Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 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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The National Weather Service Office In Jacksonville advises that SECTION AI 10 r.o..
"Hot and dry weather to likely to continue"and now la a good time Hard News.. .. ,.. .f. .1-3-7
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There will b0 a tit quarter moon Monday, August 31. .. '. .
Television.station WJXT reports 1987 is. the third hottest summer SECTION i12 'o.
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Drug Free Schools.Voting.. Jim r'r ; Crosb Resigns. from City Commission Postby ''I

An for
organizational meeting --
Bradford County's Drug Free Buster Rahn :: authorized to appoint a new councilman (RMC) in February, 1987, has beenadvised moves out of town, but Crosby feelsit Following the council meeting.
School Program to set for 7 p.m. BCT Staff Writer .. to fill the unexpired term, to move Into a state owned to be the right thing to do. Crosby gave a statement to the '
tonight, Thursday, Aug. 27, in the "It is with regret that I tender my but three of the four remaining coun- house on the grounds of the Institution A native of Starke, Crosby attended Telegraph, for the residents of
board room of the Starke enter of resignation from the .Starke city cilmen will have to agree on the at Lake Butler. local secondary schools and Starke: \,
S council," Jimmy Crosby told replacement. The Department of Corrections requires graduated from the University of "It to with deep regret that I an-
Speakers will Include School members of the city council Monday Members of the council, Travis the superintendent or an Florida. Corrections recognized his nounce my resignation from the '
Superintendent Jim Duncan and night, August 24 In a workshop session -" Woods, Charles Schaefer, Mayor assistant superintendent to live on abilities by promoting him to a top Starke City Commission. Even
Sheriff's Investigator Don Denton. called to balance the 1987-88 Vernon Silcox and clerk Neil the grounds of institutions that have position at a relatively young age, though I have been advised it Is not
Representatives from community budget. Tucker, expressed their regrets in housing available. Since RMC has a 34, within 12 years. necessary to resign Immediately
organizations and any interested Crosby set the effective date of his seeing Crosby resign, but each number of houses for personnel, and Crosby is married to the former and as much as I hate to leave, f
citizens are urged to attend. resignation October 31, in order that understood the necessity of his doing superintendent George Denman Leslie Oladell, and they have two simply don't think it would be fair to
he might provide input into the does not wish to live there, it fell to children, Trey, age 6 and Brittany, the residents of Starke to continue In
Kingsley Civic budget, and give the remaining so.Crosby, who was promoted to the Crosby to move to the institution.The age 1. office. I would be unable to serve
Center. council members time to select his position of assistant superintendentof city charter may or may not them at the level .required.. "
.. replacement. The council Is. the Reception and Medical Center: require a councilmen to resign if j he. Crosby's Statement., .. -... Page f A
An important program and
covered dish supper is set Saturday -
Aug. 29, at the Kingsley LakeCivic
Center. Council

Voter registration will be ,
available from 6 to 7:30p: .m. Com-
missioner James Jett will discuss I
the October 6 referendum on the
proposed one-cent sales tax in- tikJ..i4 : Balances

crease in Clay County.

Meals for Seniors...

Bradford residents 60 years of Budgetby
age and older may be eligible to
receive a meal at no cost from the
Suwannee River Economic Council Buster Rahn
(SREC) at 134 E. South Street, BCT Staff WriterIn
Starke. a Monday, August 24 workshop,
SREC serves a nutritionally called to balance estimated expen-
balanced meal Monday through ditures with revenues, the Starke city -
Friday, except holidays. For more council found common groundand
information, call 9647894. got the Job done.

Art Festival... Esentially, the council told clerk

The Starke Festival of the Arts is Neil Tucker, to balance the budget
scheduled for October 24-25 on Jefferson which he did, with the council approving -
Street beside the Starke his recommendations.When .
Center of Santa Fe Community Col [
lege.Applications. % -r .,.. Tucker presented the proposed
are now being accepted budget at an earlier meeting,
for artist entries. Deadlinefor l 'F the print out contained actual expen-
artist applications Is Aug. 28. ditures and revenues through the
Entertainment applications are month of May, 1987,with projectionsfor
available now. the remainder of the year.In the
For information call Nancee 1L1 Monday night meeting Tucker had
Clark or Carol Brown at 393-5159 in the advantage of actual figures I
Gainesville or call the SFCC Starke through the month of July, leaving

Center at 964-5382. L"--- hp ry """"'oIr.--7C ...."'_ ..,'....... _. _. '__ u- -- only three months, July,August and I
September to be estimated. With the
1 additional information. Tucker was
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.---Sqi&ape--Dance." *. _.....*-......, > -. tt+tglng In a New School,Year.-.- able .to .project more., accurate 1' I
figures for the end of the year, '
Plus Level square dance Instruc- Teachers and administrators In Bradford County braced themselvesfor September 30.
tion is available each Tuesday in a new school year beginning Monday but reported a very smooth Upon calling the meeting to order,
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center opening clay as hundreds of students streamed Into waiting classes and Mayor Vernon Silcox immediatelyasked
from 8-10 p.m. with Ken Perez met their new teachers. Tucker to make his budget
caller. For additional informationcall There were the usual missed buses In the afternoon, gaps In some presentation and recommendations.Tucker .
964-7955. schedules and some overcrowded classes, but staffers at the seven said some of the earlier
Humane Society... county schools reported no serious problems as the students reported to revenue figures had to be reduced,
their first day back. based on information from the
The Bradford Humane Society The BHS football team Is already hard at work In practice for the Florida Department of Revenue' ,
meets the first Thursday of each ..ryQlte Fall Jamboree to be hosted by BUS Sept. 4. and actual collections through July.
month at 7:30: Church the First 6S* ti At left James Curies and Justin McElhenny raise the Florida State Expected city revenue from its
Presbyterian opposite the flag at Bradford Middle School. share of the county's newly enacted
hospital. trsrNN Ili + There are also 30 new teachers In the county school system this year. two cents per gallon of gas, will not I
New members welcome. w + For a complete story on the new faculty members see page 8-A. be realized s4 since the county failed to meet a I
deadline for making the tax effec-
Call-In Program... tive this year, Tucker told the coun-

A morning call-in service to i cil.State
assist senior citizens who are alone revenue sharing from the
is offered by the Starke Police .t 4''14 ? .t 1'I I sales tax on services will generate
Department, according to Chief only $2,700 according to information
4.ayJ. '
Jimmy Bowen. T :- received from Tallahassee, says
To become Involved in the program 1J a s Tucker, far less than had been anticipated

a citizen is asked to register
decreases in estimated
with the Police Department
the difference between In-
call in before 10 a.m. each day. revenue,
and disbursements widened
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will come
check on those citizens who have from $$144.776 to $204,477 on the proposed

not called in. If there is no answer, budget.What .
a police officer will visit the N
Chief Bowen reminds the public 4i. to do...?
that the service la available. Tucker told the council that the

covenent surplus,
No Job, No Skill... generated by the Utilities System,to

Job Corps-Training slots are be distributed by formula,with each
available in health occupations, dollar transferred to the general
business- fund be matched with a like amount
plumbing, welding,
transferred into the Renewal
clerical, auto mechanic and other being
skills for men and women ages 16 & Replacement Fund. Surplus Is
through 21.Obtain then defined in the covenent as being
a GED. earn spending the funds left over after bills and
money and savings money and bond payments are made.
make a good life for yourself. Mayor Silcox said he had long
Room and board,.clothing thought the Internal Service Fund
allowance, transportation, medical should bill the utilities system for its
and dental care will be provided. pro-rata share of expenses. There
For more information, visit the was no objection to this change in
Job Service Office at 1430 South the accounting procedure. and
First Street, Lake City, or phone Tucker will incorporate the change
Irene Pearce at 7523121.Upcoming. Smooth Opening Recorded at Schools into Tucker the accounting estimated system.the additionalcost

A '-' to be distributed to the Utilities

... A smooth opening day was the Jesse"Moore, but more are expectednext enrollees. enrollment of 575 this year, way up System, to be $60,000 thereby
order of the day at all county week. The Hampton from previous years. 102 are adult decreasing administrative cost by a
The following meetings are schools. as doors opened Monday for Starke Elementary enrollment Is has enrolled 198. two more projected students.No night classes are In progress like amount. that
scheduled by local governmental the first day of the 1987-88 term. 679 compared to 657 last year, and and expect five or six more until after labor day. Tucker then told the council
agencies: About 30 students less than were opening day was nice and easy, according after Labor Day. The Middle School has already In- although the new Winn-Dixie (W-D)
The regular monthly meeting of expected has held the total enroll to principal Wayne Mc- vited parents and students in for an complex will not go on the ad
the Starke Zoning Board has been ment to 3969, just short of the anticipated Cloud. Bradford Middle School to at 806, Orientation Last Thursday Lawtey valorem tax roll this year, it to
cancelled, and will not meet Aug. 4000. Additional Lawtey Elementary stands at 439, about what was expected. They have Elementary has scheduled an open already generating revenue for
27 as scheduled. The time for enrollments after the labor day with 10 to IS additional students expected had some withdwawato already, and house for parents for September 10, utilities. In fact, the July utility bill
advertising a city zoning change weekend will bring the total up after labor day, said prin- expect some additional enrollment. at 7:30 P.M.. for W-D was approximately twice I
has passed.Starke some, perhaps even exceed the 4000 cipal Buddy Paterson. We are star At the High School, enrollment to Brooker and Starke Elementaryhave the amount it would have been in the I
Commission 7:30 p.m., projected.Southside. ting a contest to write words for a around 1125, with a few more'ex both scheduled an open house old building. Tucker also mentioned I
Tuesday, Sept. 1. Regular meeting. Elementary has 584 school song," he said. pected.A few classes are overloadedbut for September 15, at 7:30 P.M. utilities billed to Burger King in the
Bradford School Board, 7 p.m. students enrolled, which to some 46 At Brooker Elementary, enroll scheduling changes are being The other schools are planning an past quarter. saying\ that he Is now t''
Tuesday, Sept. 8, second public less than expected. The pupil ment to 129, Just one short of projec made to level that out. open house, but schedules are not willing to project a 7 percent increase \ ,
hearing on budget. teacher ratio to great,said Principal tions. They also expect some late The Vo-Tech School has a total firm at this writing. in utilities for next year. He I ;,
-Brooker Council 7:30 p.m., had been unable to do so, based on I I j
Tuesday Sept. 8. Regular meeting the May 31 figures' With the changein
and budget work session. accounting procedures: and the
Bradford Commission 8 p.m., .- acceptable increase in the utilities
Wednesday. Sept. 9. Public hearings estimate Tucker said he to now willing -
on: mirage levy, solid waste 6 Different Regional: Landfill Plans Discussedby to include carryover funds to
disposal ordinance, two cents per balance the budget.
gallon gasoline U*. boat wake or Joe Glssy proposed- and discussed.-- open one large landfill for the 13' The far off counties of Jefferson and With this optimistic note,the council
dinance. Staff The cost figures presented are only counties,located at the central point Madison would have a long haul voted to approve the proposed
BCT WriterAt
Public hearings on budgets: a Joint meeting of the Task preliminary, and were presented of solid waste generation, the pointof distance, but they produce lesser budget as being In balance, and set a
Thursday, Sept. 10. Brooker, 7:30 Force and the Policy Advisory Committee as a basis to evaluate the systems least mileage for city and county amount of waite.Subregfonallandfllls.. first public) hearing on the budget for
p.m.; Hampton, 7 p.m.; Lawtey of the Comprehensive which are to be studied In detail at a, workers and private firms to deliver 7:30 p.m. Thursday, September 10,
7:30 p.m.; Starke. 7:30: p.m. Solid Waste later date. all waste. ... In city hall..
Regional Management
Bradford County Commission This landfill would be In the Nor- Slightly higher costs were pro- The second and final public bearing -
9:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 14. findings Master Plan for six Monday alternate preliminary ways of A Central Landfill... thwest pert of Alachua County,since jested using two subreglonal I land- will be held during the council's
Regular meeting. The first MondayIn handling the wastes generated by 13 From an economical viewpoint Alachua County produces about 60 and virtually the same coats regular 1 meeting, Tuesday,
Sept. to Labor Day north central Florida counties were the most cost effective proposal.to to percent of the waste In the region. SM ,... 2A September 15.


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TELEGRAPH August 27,1987 ".
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County Zoning Board Makes Quick Decisions

4E T. by Buster Rahn- situated within forty acres owned by house. He also wants to sell a mobile mits totaling $669,200 have been
BCT Staff Writer Arrington, and would therefore not home site,but again,he wants to sell Issued thus far in August.
The Bradford County Zoning border anyone else. only one acre.Replogle Permits were Issued for 3 single
Board met in regular meeting Tuesday Board member D.J. Phillips mov- moved to approve the request family dwellings,3225,60018; mobile
August 25, with five members ed to grant the request, and the motion which passed 5-0. There was homes, $155,500; one rehabilitationof
". --'-- .. attending.The board considered two carried 41.Board member Rick. no opposition. dwelling, $14,500; 35 additions,
';1 ," :' : -t-;' ,;1 :, I petitions, approved both, and ad Replogle opposed the request. etc.,$187,200, and 8 commercial per-
: a." journed. Business Report... mits for$86,400.
;->'\%..,,,','- ---A--- ,\ ,, Stone Request... Janet Turner, assistant zoning Ms. Turner said permits issued in
:.'.., 1"-.1;': ,' ., .J',,, 1 Arrington's Request... W.J. Stone, Jr., requested rezon- director advised the board that per July were approximately $1,500,000.KOCH'S .
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ing of located mile
,. ". 'j : :, '; : Lewis Arrington asked the boardto 20 acres, one
< ,, '-'''' .?1'\1\ amend the land use plan, to north of Starke, off US-301, on Ham-
foot parcel from mond Road, from_ EAtoJ5r.
REStt : classification OR to ILW. OR is an
I ): ANr...,; :; L agricultural class for high density Both are agricultural classifica-
; rural rresidences. Is, one acre tions,and have to do only with densi-
.1 ;' plots Arrington requested ty. EA requires 2.5 acre lots ort
ip ttil : a change to light industrial which to put a residence. OR re-
'! for the fabricating of aluminum quires only one acre.
horse trailers. Stone told the board he has no
"f Co The parcel located 3 miles southof plans for developing the property
T TI Starke on S.E. 11th St. (Forsyth but would like to sell two lots of one STORECall
4 Road). acre each. He would like to sell an DRUG
d Darrell O'Neal, county zoning existing house to his daughter, but
u 1 w. director, told the board the parcel is only wants to sell one acre with the St. Starke

Fixtures and other items on

Joint Meeting. (from page 1A) August 29 at 1 p.m.Can .

I Wtll be seen at 10 a.m.
were given for operating three land- amount of waste is an important
fills in the region.. aspect of waste disposal.He .
Some of the items
said the legislature is aware of are:
Energy Recovery System... the need for help in funding this project
An incinerator producing elec- and said the rural counties of
tricity from the burning of garbagewas north central Florida are not being Portable Refrigerator
the third consideration. This forgotten as in some other projects."We .
was the most costly of all,more than are sitting right on the top of Typewriter Stove
double the costs of a central landfill.A the biggest recharge area" for the
much smaller landfill would also water south Florida needs," IBM Typewriter Freezer
be necessary, to dispose of the ash Kirkpatrick said. "This project is
residue and non burnable materials. showing the legislature an effort is Washer/Dryer Stainless Steel
L being made to take better care of
Baling with Landfill... this resource. The legislature will Ping Pong Table Sink
.. As with the central landfill,a central help with the funding".
." baling station was shown to be Kirkpatrick said he suggested Copy Machine File Cabinets
more economical than multiple stations that incentives could be devised to
in the region.An promote recycling as a way to Desk Cash RegisterToasters
approximate 25 percent In- reduce volume, he said.
Improvement Award... crease in total costs was Tables
demonstrated at the conference for Liabilities...
Susan Chen,left, manager of the China Restaurant Is shown receivingthe this system over the sanitary land- The county or counties who will be Office Furniture ShelvingIce
Bradford Improvement Award for August from Suzan Faulkner, fill. The advantages of bales in- host to the landfills or other waste
chairperson of the Improvement Committee for the Chamber of Com- cludes tighter compaction and less cannot assume the Cases
merce. space needed. This extends the life total liability for problems that may cream Display
The China Restaurant added new and attractive facade recently,win of a landfill over long periods of arise.
ning the award for the month. time. Senator Kirkpatrick said relief Freezer
Susan and George Chen own and operate the China Restaurant and Recycling... from liability from the state is need-
Torena Motel on North Temple Ave (US-301)) where authenlc china foodIs ed. He also reiterated the need to Other Items !
served. Separation and recycling costs reduce volumes of waste by in- Many
George Chen native of the China mainland Is the chef, and motel were estimated to be about 45 per- cineration, separation and recycl-
manager. Susan Chen, from Tiawan. Is the restaurant manager.The cent above the sanitary landfill ing.
Chens came to Starke years ago from Taiwan on the advice of her costs. Advantages are the reductionin
brother,who lives In Gainesville,and Is associated with the University of volume of material to be buried,
Florida. and prolonged life of a landfill.
The Chens have one child,Paul, 8, who attends school In Orange Park.
Senator Kirkpatrick

Child Find... identification of potentially han- Speaks...
dicapped preschool students, and State Senator George Kirkpatrick,
Do you know a child with a handicap the location of children and youth chairman of the Florida Senate
?! between birth and 21 years of age Select Committee on Solid Waste, r
Child Find is one part of the who may have a handicap condition addressed the group and emphasized -
Florida Diagnostic and Learning and are not receiving services. his belief that reduction of the ,
Resources System (FDLRS) that If you know of a child who may
lends support services to excepbe: handicapped, contact
tional student education programs FDLRS/Child Find at ((904)) 328-8811 THE BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
in a six county area: Bradford in Putnam County or write
Baker,Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, FOLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, USPS 082-700
and Union Counties. Bostwick, FL 32007. Published every Thursday at PRICES BEGIN THURS., "'
One function of Child Find is 135 W.Call Street Starke rI f
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Bradford County-Board of County Commissionersof Canadians

Starke, Florida will hold a public hearing at the Brad- I.TS f9.2o LITER:. t 150 ML. LORD

ford County Courthouse, 945 North Temple Avenue, l U01R'S 4 g 25..01. CALVEHT CANADIAN i ,

Room No. 129 at 8:00: p.m. on Tuesday, September 9, I

1987, for the purpose of obtaining written and oral

comment from the public on the proposed use of

Federal Revenue Sharing Funds in the upcoming .

Budget for the Fiscal Year of 198788.All fwY11MEc; -z Q '

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interested citizens' groups, senior citizens and BOURBON 80C
senior citizens organizations are encouraged to attend

the hearing. Persons attending the hearing shall have 1188 :6 = l35 LITER 0:.

the right to provide written and oral comments and sug- :;r 4k44 f g g\ ,.:

gestions regarding possible uses of Federal Revenue "'-

Sharing Funds. Contact Esther B. Ellerson at 964-6280,

Ext. 250, to be placed on the agenda.The .

following is important planning information for
the Proposed: Use Hearing: alitGUIOY.cHAOLIS & LIGHT 'u.AED .
Amount of Fund Balance Federal Revenue Sharing ROSE -RHINE I2 PAK Budwelser

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41290.00 .-Ci.-ca..

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Gilbert Brown Esther B. Ellerson 12 oz. CANS .

Clerk to the Board County Finance Director
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August 27,1987 TELEGRAPII Page SA i I

ed and firm plans for the future have
not been completed. A look at FIRST ASSEMBLY Of COD
rebuilding in the Industrial Park Hwy' 16& W.' on.St. -Stark 1
: : south of Starke is definite
: a possibility. Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
"We're not going to let It die by
1 d'.A 'r, : any means," said Sharon. And "We Morning Worship 11 p.m. I
yr want to rebuild where there are Evening Worship 6 p.m. I
plenty of fireplugs." w.... Mid-W..k Srvlco.7130 p.m.
; H Staff Nu...,,Available
Rer. Stephen R. Pippin, Factor

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301 North 21 SB N.T.mpls> A.... FREE

r W....7 p.m. Sun. 3:30 p.m.
r M 3+rI '4r. GOD'S WORD
3d x
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RfiiW 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 vnur home free of charge.
This i Is nondenominational
a study
Walter f. Mont PastorWe
based only on what "thus salth the
I L. A' p Invite you to worship with UH.A Word of God." I
t.nd.d Nursery APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.
Sunday School . . lOam ""
Morning Worship . 11 amIvanhig 782.3303
Sorvlco . . 6 pm To schedule your home bible
W """.rfoy youth . 7,3O pm study,or for additional Informatton.

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Bradford Furniture Factory Rubble...
Need insurance for home
I Sunday Morning August 16 -one of the early landmark Industries of helplessly and watch the complete destruction of the plant because of a your ,
Bradford County burned to the ground. lack of water. Said Sharon later. "We want to rebuild where there are mobile home car life or boat?
The owners, Sharon and Morris Williams, were forced to stand by plenty of fireplugs ,


I Bradford Furniture Had Old RootsBy t t\S\' Ii for I have Call all your me the!right needs.coverage

Joe had increased the space in the factory wooden and metal dinettes, already begun, in a warehouse on Ye ,
GissyBCT to 65,000 square feet. upholstered and cushioned locally, East Brownlee Street at the railroad 1
Staff Writer Two additional companies were which are also marketed throughoutthe crossing. Additional space Is being *|.
The Bradford Furniture Factory added to the business, Bradford southeast. negotiated for on Washington Street,f just north of Starke on U.S.301 burn- Traders, and Castlewood of Brad- at the former Lawson's Meat I
ed to the ground early Sunday morn- ford. The Bright Side... Market. Ken Chitly
ing,August 9, It had been in businessfor Bradford Traders is an importerof Following the total destruction of Some employees have already 440< W. Madison 51. ,I t Allstate e
over 50 years, being one of the rattan and wicker from the the factory, Sharon could still see a been recalled to work, and the first In New Wlnn Dlrie AUrtatelarurUlCILCoanpuy
early landmark manufacturing con- Phillipines and Jamaica. The rattan bright side.A shipment of the wicker shipment of rattan chairs is scheduled Shopping Ctr' AU.UU Lift IUUTUM Company
cerns in the county. and wicker frames are padded and and rattan was expected on Satur- for Friday August 26. 964-4695 Northbrook.
upholstered here, and marketed before the fire but I
day was delayed
Early Beginnings... Future Plans...
throughout the southeast. until Monday, after the disaster.
The business was founded by Ed- Castlewood of Bradford makes both The start of a new operation has At the time of this writing,detail-
ward (Eddie) Hartman, and his
father, Albert Hartman, in 1936,
when "I was still in High School,"
says Eddie Hartman. "It was called
Hartman Manufacturing Co. at that
time," and was located in the shop
behind what is now the Champion (

Travel Ave.Dressers Agency at 838 N. Temple YEAR _

bedsteads, vanity tables
for motel and hotel use were the END
main products, until World War II, TERWILLEGARS SALE
when a government contract was obtained
for making ammunition .
Also, a line of wooden boats were
made at that I location, under a con
tract with the Sears Roebuck & Co.
This was in the days when fiberglasswas
still unheard of and was a rare

and exotic material. The all :new. ,. ., _. ... ;.:'1.. J :-.t. ,:. .
. 7 .... ys. 1 gOJLO I
Al Alllartman."Plastics; '
Mr. Al Hartman continued 'in'
business in the Temple Avenue loca- Ford Festiva7"
tion for many years first in building
fiberglass boats, and later as a boat
windshield and plastics products FORD FINANCINGON

business, according to his daughter, 2
Lorraine Champion.Incorporated.


Renamed... t. ,.; t..
In 1947 the furniture company was Lr-1 ,1 RANGERSTBIRDS
and renamed the
Bradford Furniture Industries, according -
to Hartman. The corpora-
tion purchased a 13-acre tract northof
town, and constructed a buildingthat t
years.was to be its home for almost 40 TAURUS

Move To U.S.301 North...
In 1948, when the present site of "- ,.
the furniture factory was first oc-
cupied, there were 26 employees. It a
grew to over 100 employees when,in ESCORTS
1955, Eddie Hartman left the
organization. His stock in the company You get all'this equipment
was sold to his estranged wife, standard .
Loyree, who then became owner of
1.3 Liter 4-CyllnderEngina

the A company.new product line was also in-' 4-Speed Manual Overdrive
Transaxle Rack And Pinion $ 500
troduced about that time consistingof .
dinette suites, bentwood backs, Steering MacPherson Strut
padded and upholstered, which was Front Suspension With Stabilizer"' i
to be the main line product for many Bar Power Front Disc/Rear .
years. Dinettes are still one of the Drum Brakes Cloth Interior/Full
mainstay items produced in the fac Bucket. Reclining High-Back Cash Back
tory. Seats Side Window
Demisters Opening Rear
1 The Early Years... Quarter Windows And OnIyIlU..ncI..XIl'L.hlenulald/nrtislgpuladt.u6ptia. from FORD on all I
'outside man' during Much More
Eddie was the -
i -the early years, spending muchof I II I
his time on the road making con-
tacts for sale of their products, and 3 used, full size F-150 :
soliciting contracts for items to

manufacture.Denmark Furniture Co. on west Bronco 4 x4s I
Call Street, was the local outlet for iiiisil=- '0 F-250
''Bradfords own' here in Starke.
The manufacturing phase was left 3 used 4 x4Bronco -- -- -
in the capable hands of Loyree,who r F-350 '
guided the factory and helped build r
the business Into a profitable and II's

,reputable concern.

Eddie Retires... 6 used Ford with manual transmissions
Eddie Hartman Is now retired and I
lives in Jacksonville Beach. He con- _
tinues to work In his woodworkingshop Nothing Down :
at home, making small furniture 78-87
pieces, some office furniture,
inlaid novelty items, pictures madeof with
inlaid wood,music boxes,jewelry .Fina d with r ri. ,
boxes, and the like.
He has on display at The BeachesArt 1'
Gallery several inlaid wood pictures EASY Payments I Approved Credit
all made with natural woodsof
different colors and textures. '

New Ownership in 1975... r '-r.rmml

In July of 197J,, .the. foundering! .
business was bought by Morris and
Sharon Williams. Only five :
employees were working at that Terwillegar.Moto'rs
the time- of the fire, the
workforce had been built up to a

total of 47. 473-FORD
The fire happened at the start of 964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD
the "busy season", when up to 70 Keystone Hgts
workers would have been employed, Starke Gainesville Jacksonville
said Sharon. State Road 21

New Additions...
Expansions; in the past five years

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4A TELEGRAPH August 27.1M7

etUTOKJALSMartinez : 'No Biz Like Show Biz' m

11'g'I" .. .,,f-v ... and Arline Greer finds Bradford's "Carousel" is tops
'.' ''' .. ". .. --..' _

Arline Greer, drama reviewer for ThGafn Following Ms.Greer's review it stresses what is tile true f tar of Ibis
..vlll. Sun,was high in her praise ofStarke's as appeared eoUafaoraboa
Puts Monkey in the Friday Aug. 14 issue of the Rodgers and Hammersteia :
production of "Carousel", the
Sun" "Scene Magazine": its music.The cast assembled far BRAT'S
Rodgen and Hammerateln musical about "Carousel" can stag oil bow cam it S IIC-
On Legislatures Back "carney characters" that has withstoodthe Directed by Conseullo Dodge, with Bill exhibiting style tone rnaDII a
test of time in hundreds- perhaps McRae as musical director and David richness that makes listening a moving experience. -
thousands-performances over the past Dodge, technical director the show was .

Governor Martinez' latest "surprise ministration, Martinez has already forty yean. Starke presented Elementary on a tiny stage School.in the cafeteria With the of Never mind that set changes: on the

package" is viewed with mixed emo- shown himself as full of surprises, and Ms.Greer who calls the critics shot the limitations imposed by so non-theatrical a cafeteria stage acoompusbcd by***&

J tions. like Florida's only other Republican way she with sees this them first, was musical favorably drama impressed by- setting,one might suppose it impossible to bodies straining tbemseJves in foil view of
the audience. Never mind Chat there's
bring off the entertainment inherent in the
We to the "across the governor since Reconstruction Days- (the recently formed Bradford
were opposed BRATS musical. One would be barely enough room on that same small
! board" service tax and feel that raw the unpredictable Claude Kirkwill in- Repertory Arts Theatre),a group conceived wrong.To stage for a chorus of men to dance a horn
Rambo tactics were used by the Governor sure the people of Florida "never a dull and inspired by David and Conseullo be sure, the BRAT's production of pipe.Lack of space and tfirtnaralfaeitobes
moment in Tallahassee.To Dodge who came to Starke seven years "Carousel" is not a professional Job, but, seem unimportant when we bear songs
and Legislative leaders in hastily begin with, the people were stunn- the uptight life of South to its everlasting credit,it is an honest enthusiastic like"If I Loved You.""When I Marry Mr.

passing this controversial legislation ed in the spring when Martinez: who had Florida, as so many others have done. full-hearted effort, wblcb Snow". "June Is Bustin' Out AU Ower".

without giving taxpayers sufficient opportunity \ campaigned on promises of state spen- "When the Children Are Asleep"YoaTl I
to be heard. Never Walk Alone". This Was a Beat
ding cuts, pushed for and assured Nice Clambake",and"Soliloquy-.
Some defenders of the Governor's -
passage of the largest-ever tax inc seFlorida's EDITORIALStarke ::
leadership role in getting the servicestax Tbe men in this product ..
in history.
"Carousel".are particularly fine. Ball
have said the 1986
Even Thomas West McRae.who plays Billy Bigd w.tile car
Tommy a Talent Deserves the Best
Legislature was really to blame when it In
Florida who co-chaired the nival barker,who falls love withJube,a
passed a bill "sunsetting" all sales tax Republican mill girl, .is particularly affecting. Ha

exemptions. But in taking this action, Martinez campaign complained, "He "U'I amazing?how much talent(musical> and acting) there is in Starke and robust heartfelt rendition of rSohloqoyIn -.
said he could cut the budget by $800 Bradford which be imagines the birth of hu son
the legislative intent was to let the exemptions County, an impressed spectator commented while filing out with
million. I believed him. I heard him the crowd ( 'But-") and then of IBS
in order to review themon sayit capacity after the final curtain at the Rodgers and Hammerstein "My boy.
expire 25 times. But once he gets in office he musical, "Carousel". daughter ("My little girt pink and
a case by case basis in order to deter- flabbergasts white.V) is as tint.as any I nave beard on
starts about taxes. It -
talking more
mine which ones were justified, and In its second production (the first was Starke Sings Broadway) the Brad- any stage anywhere.
which should be terminated. Martinezand ford Repertory Arts Theatre (BRATS) proved that it has what it takes to br There are other noteworthy perfor
his co-horts, the Demo-GOP coali- In its Tuesday editorial comment the ing class theatrical productions to the entertainment-hungry people of Brad- mances. Don Hardy is first-rate.Enoch

tion led by Senator Dempsey Barren Gainesville Sun dubbs Martinez as a ford County. Snow the ambitious fisherman who von

took it upon themselves to ramrod a bill man of many surprises: From the scene around the gaily lighted carousel to the movingly flawlessly the heart of and Julie's brings friend humor Carrie.and He warmth sings

eliminating ALL exemptions, emotional finale, "Carousel" was a delight to the eyes and ears of the to his role.Even Jigger the play"'s mUun.as .,
regardless of merit. "As a rising political star he surprised capa..:"y-crowds that packed the Starke Elementary cafeteria every perfor- played by Paul Carter knows bow to
many by switching his affiliation to the mance during the five-night stand. time a musical phrase and move on stage.
The Governor's belated decision to let
Republican Party in a state still dominated by
the people be heard on the service tax Democrats. Then he surprised Democrats by The only fly in the otherwise satisfying ointment Is the fact that Starke has Among the women the honors tall to .
issue is welcomed by most of those who becoming the second Republican to be elected no facility with the ambience to match the mood quality, and tone of a production Debbie Woodcut who plays Carrie. She's ,
opposed it in the first place and protested governor of Florida in this century. such as "Carousel". Although the school cafeteria did its best to fill restrained in her acting but her plaintive

that the had been given little "Running for office on the promise to clear the bill, and is appreciated, the fact remains that it was never designed for a singing sweet and clear. &risningreadition
people of "June Is Bustin' Out AU Over" is
musical theatre of this and few could have view
out the smoke-filled rooms in Tallahassee, scope spectators a
advance information about the given by Patty Kay Elder.who plays Ket-
proposal Martinez surprised proponents of open of,the stage due to lack of elevated seating.
tie,the keeper of an oceanfront m New
and insufficient opportunity for spa
government by taking office and then declar--
input in the decision. But the Governor's ing that he really couldn't function in the Sun- David Dodge and his wife Conseullo, who are responsible for organizing England; and there is a lovely dud by-
action also raises questions as to shine. BRATS,would like to have a cohesive theatrical troupe,capable of presentingat Hardy and Woodfin in"When the Ooldren
Are Asleep, not to mention the
least three shows each yearone comedy, one musical and one straight
whether it was based on genuine con- "Entering the governor's mansion on a drama. They would like nothing more than to have a repertory theatre at a tional"You'll Never Walk Alone- sung by-
cern about the people's rights to be pledge to trim $800 million In government location in Starke's downtown historic district, which would be a draw for Patty Kay Elder and Annette PucatcrX

heard, or a strategy to clear his skirtson spending, he astounded fiscal conservatives tourists and out-of-town visitors! as well as homefolks. (Incidentally a Pusateri.in the lead role of Julie,is lovely -
an unpopular tax before his 1990 reelection by presiding over passage of the largest number of theatre fans from nearby Gainesville were noted in the audiences to look at,with her auburn listened fine
bid. single tax increase in Florida's history- attending "Carousel".) Such a facility is still a daydream, but with so many features.Chris Davidson is seen to advantage -
billion-year tax on all services. in Starke in recent yearsnothing is con-
new and different things happening as Mrs. Mullens, the disagreeable
There has to be a motive in this amaz- "In doggedly insisting that Florida's tax sidered impossible any more. proprietress of the carousel.Musty Rotber
ing bait-and-switch action by Martinez base be expanded to provide a broader,more plays Billy's teenaged daughter. Lauor-
other than a "benign" effort to let the stable revenue base, Martinez demonstratedthe Think about it. Then let the Dodges know what you're thinking and Conseullo Dodge is Billy's. "Heavenly
sort of courage under fire that separates a Friend" in the other world.
taxpayer have a retroactive voice in a politician from a public-policy maker. But
matter of such great concern. TheGovernor's now the Governor's courage appears to have A special nod of thanks goes to poantct
supporters as wellas run out on him. Daniel Martin who accompanies the
Clay County Registration BooksTo singers in this show with the expertise of a
his enemies were both stunned by his "He wants the voters to retroactively bless Broadway orchestra.Set .
action in calling for a September special the service tax he pushed so hard to have Be at
Open CenterClay
session in order to place an amendmentto enacted into law. And if he doesn't get that Kingsley designer David Dodge and Bill
blessing. Martinez seems fully prepared to
Wilson,Jr.constructed a colorful carousel
the State Constitution on the March 8
have Florida do without its extra billion or so
Presidential Primary ballot, declaringthe in annual revenuesand never mind thisstate's County registration books will be residents, formerly registered in Bradford seaside for the production as well as a number of
sales tax on services unconstitu- staggering backlog of unmet needs." available at the Kingsley Lake Civic County, have recently re-registered in settings that are imaginative and
suitable. Phyllis Bother is
tional.In Center Saturday, Aug. 29, from 6 to 9 p.m., Clay County in compliance with Florida responsible for
... for the convenience of voters, especially in Statute 97.091 which requires that voters choreography.
doing so he is placing the monkeyon In trying to explain his action the Precinct 5,Kingsley Lake and surroundingarea. must register in the county where they "Carousel"! is a bittersweet love'story
the back of the legislators who if ,
reside. The fact that. they operate a based on Hungarian author Ferene
they oppose the proposal, will lay Governor says he wants to head off a This is business or have other interests in another Molnar's play "L hom.;". Adapted to this
themselves open to charges that they drive now under way to collect 350,000 all unregistered registration especially who importantto county does not qualify them to vote outside country's New England coastline, it is
wish to
refused to let the people vote on the signatures to place a tax-limiting qualify to vote in the special persons referendum to the county of their residence. pure Americana with Rodgers and Ham-

issue. Martinez, on the other hand, by amendment before the voters in the 1988 be held October 6 on the question of levying Clay County Commissioners Tuesday merstein at their most eloquent

shifting the burden to the legislative General Election. But it is hard to see an additional one cent sales tax in Clay approved an additional two-cents pergallon For bringing the beauty"Carousel-to

leadership, will free himself from being what he or the State would gain from County. gasoline tax effective September 1 rural Florida BRATs deserves our

labeled as "Billion Dollar Bob" becausehe such a pre-emptive strike. It will be Clay County Commissioner James Jett bringing the county's gas tax to a total of gratitute.

the referendum. Smart hard to convince the taxpayers of will address those attending the KLPOA seven cents. The $800,000 expected to be It takes approximately 45 minds to
suggested Florida that this motive is not raw covered dish supper to be held at the Civic generated annually by the tax will go for drive to Starke from Gainesville. I'd make
that remains to be seen. Center night at 7 road and bridge projects, commissioners the
politics rather than his for the Saturday p.m., explain- trip just to hear Bill McRae smg
concern ing the need of the one cent tax to sald.
help "Soliloquy"again. BHAh'"Carouser'fers of-
In the first months of his ad -
eight opinion of taxpayers.SFCC's finance Clay County's landfill ( musical
garbage Mavnard Cox, the Clay County "snake beauty that has endured rf
disposal) program.A man'' will also complete his discussion on not forever at least for a good 42 years and

large number of Kingsley Lake this topic following the supper. still counting.

Code of FriendlinessHas ,

Wide Appeal to StudentsAre .
County Agent's Notebook
By Bobby Taylor'Chinch ---._

women more sold on self- The easy-going philosophy of Santa control
bug often can be accomplished .
improvement, educationally, than Fe allows a personal touch that makes with minimal use of Chinch BugsIt's result from other factors.So it's--- HA.to

men? Figures recently released by Santa the transition easier, especially for chemicals. Studies show that improper .Ide.tify.tJJe true cause.If _
Fe Community College would point in older students who f find it hard mowing and over fertilization invite true that prolonged periods of you suspect chinch: bug damage part
might to the in the
chinch attack, while grass areas
that direction. bug good management drought can encourage chinch bug inva-
Although the data was adjust to a larger institution. not dead brown and look far the
"It's less practices reduce the need for sion. The key is to water enough to keep spots,
released by SFCC Gainesville campus, intimidating for a student to come to pesticides. the grass healthy, but not growing ex pests on the soil surface.Immature dune
we are told that the percentages also apply Santa Fe'r one staff member said. Rapid growth in combination with Improper cessively.The bugs are tiny red critters with a white
to the SFCC Starke care causes St. lawns to band across the back.The adults are about
generally Augustine
There is less
pressure, because classesare excessive thatch thick type and amount of fertilizer also Influences one-fifth of an loch long and black, with
Center. develop a spongy
smaller and more intimate. mat of and grass growth. Growth rate and white wings.H .
runners undecomposed
Some 54 percent of SFCC students are Students know they can get a solid which provide an excellent habitat for chinch minimum bug problems applications can of be reduced slow release when chinch bugs are found, start control

women who tend to be older than the education in a more personal at- chinch bugs. nitrogen are substituted for frequent dosesof measures promptly. Several fhrrmrafr

average student, take fewer hours, and mosphere. Older women tend to feel St. Augustine should be mowed to a water soluble inorganic nitrogen.In quids are effective.with a lawn-type Some can nose be applied attachment as It-
of 3 and inches
height 3Vi five
to ten
perform better than male students comfortable with this atmosphere. You every addition to good cultural practices,
days. U the lawn is not mowed often sprayer; others as granules with a drop-
which may be surprising to some male have to be pretty brave to tackle a big you may find some valuable allies in type spreader. Ask your garden centeroperator
chauvinists. university after being out of school enough to avoid thatch buildup, clippings beneficial insects that prey on chinch for suggestions and follow all
"In fact for
says an SFCC should be removed with a grass catcher,or bugs.The most prominent of these are the label directions exactly.To .
spokesman, "when we got our first ten years. by raking sweeping, or vacuuming the black big-eyed bug and a predacious Ear- avoid unnecessary i environmental

honor society, Phi Beta Kappa, on SFCC Starke Center also notes that yard. If thatch reaches a serious level, It wig. Populations of these benefactors can contamination and a reduction in

campusfor the first two or three the adult population, especially in its may require mechanical removal through be encouraged by limiting pesticide use. beneficial insects early spot treatments
vertical mowing or power raking. Of course, even if you follow these suggestions be
the entire can applied while infestations are still
years, membership was evening classes Is
predominently chinch bugs may attack. So, inspect small. Treat the off-color
areas and about
female. How about that, fellows? female, drawing! on women who are your St. Augustine'lawn frequently a 10-ft buffer zone around each. A few I.

Although many of the women students busy during the day with household ,fAJ.ettershearing for signs of damage. As they feed, chinch days later, check for effective cant ot. If

have children, they don't let that in- chores, or even outside jobs. bugs cause yellowish to brownish patchesin damage is widespread, the entire yard
the grass. Such symptoms also may may have to be treated.
terfere with their education, for Santa

Fe offers them the assistance of a day Now at the start of its third year, the

care center, incorporated into the Santa Starke Center is looking forward to Forestry in Bradford County

Fe Little School Lab Study Program.The another increase In fall enrollment, on Drop-Out I

cost is based on a sliding scale, according which closes Friday for daytime Problem in Schools Tree Planting Schools lIy County
Set for 1 Bradford
September '
to income, ranging from 40 students, but will continue through next erThe
cents to $8.50 a day week for Open Letter to the Public:
night classes.
Wednesday new king of southern agriculture downer in Bradford County and sign-op
SFCC President Alan Robertson enrollment had topped 700 for SFCC "As a fellow Floridian concerned with ourState's might surprise most people. How about a starts September 14 at the ASCS office
young people I'm sure you are clue This value is twice that of
Starke Center's fall term. crop's soybeans the Agricultural BMfr, Start
credits the college's appeal to women, aware of the long-term, adverse consequences or cotton, and three times that of Another way of increasing timber
as well as men, to its "user-friendly"at awaiting middle and high school tobacco,wheat or corn.The new king crop duction is to insure landowners of pro
mosphere. The phrase derives from the Enrollment for the first term in 1985 dropouts. These consequences affect not ,is TIMBERyou know as in trees; planting jobs. To provide this service quality

world of computers, and refers to a program started off higher than expected, and only the whole.I individual. dropout, but also society forests, pines or hardwoods. The picture Division of Forestry is sponsoring tee

designed to help the person usingit. the steady increase since that time as invite a all interested parties to join me. shown will help you identify the new king. planting schools for both contractors and
This climate of cooperation helps to reflects the stability and the increasing students, business leaders, educators and According to a recently released report designed to to show attend.pitfalls These schoets'are bat

make the transition from non-student to appreciation and confidence of the student parents on Tuesday Sept.I,from 9 to 11:30: by the U.S. Forest Service, Umber .is the often overlooked during tree common rjrf"'g

student status much easier, even for population in the Starke institution. a.m. at Sandalwood Junior-Senior High highest valued crop in Virginia, South Avoiding pitfalls generally results fat a
The high figure reached in School 2750 John Prom Blvd. in Jacksonville Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and LouI- and
those who have been long-time drop- 1985 was not limbs job a successful stand of
session of
"flash for a Informational ex siana. In each of the other southern states. .
Just a in the
outs from the classroom. Students pan", due to SFCC'anewness change. We will hear testimony from timber ranks the three Come
among top and
by see tree planting done
choose their own pace, according to in the community. The healthy selected witnesses who are knowledgeableon agricultural crops in terms of value.Okay while yon wait! The following dates properly

their circumstances. Some drop-in for a increase in enrollment each succeeding this issue.Although Florida, let's get hustling! For any of you are for your viewing pleasure:
while then drop-out and work a year proves that Santa Fe Starke there .is no uniform solution to who have a tough time "swallowing"
this problem we know that successful interventions Sept IS-Div. of
timber Forestry office n
Center is its as an agricultural crop, try eating
while until to fulfilling educational role in
they save enough money include contributions from .cotton or tobacco sometime. Lake City.
drop-in again. the community. home,school,and community. Your attendance Officebi16Clayalive; Fr"t
and interaction with us at the hear
ing will help speed the day when dropping inOue way Is of Increasing' timber production Sept. 17-Div. of Forestry office ta
out of school does not present itself as a ceritives through a "free seedling" In- Gainesville.
program. This program (Called ,
to student.
viable option any
TRIP) All sessions run from 10 tit 4
encourages private landowners to p.J1L.aII.e
I look forward to seeing you at this important -
meeting. plant otherwise IdJe or nonproductive an effort to attend and give your" new plantings
lands into pine production, by the start they needa well trained
If. kernel of popcorn were dropped on a neutron star ft would produce err much Lawton Chiles landowners for the cost of the reimbursing aeedJinp. tree planter. More information at a later
energy as a World War S atomic bomb. United States Senator This program Is available to any Ian- datestay tunedlPage !


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prr August 27.187 TELEGRAPH Page 14', I

Moody-Gaskins Wed June 27

Saturday evening- June 27, at 7 cented the cake. Cutting the cake SOCial
p.m. at Pine Level Baptist Church were the groom's four aunts. News
Lisa Moody, daughter of Mr. and Guests were greeted at the door by
Mrs. Mark Moody of New River, Marie Thornton at the reception.The .
became the, bride of Darren receiving line consisted of the
Gaskins, son of Mrs. Linda Gaskinsof bride and groom and their parents. Weddings e Births Club News
Lake Butler and Johnnie Gaskinsof Cutting the bride's cake were Kay H Hi Hr Hr
Raiford. Waters, Margaret Williams. Dolly Engagements Church News Social Events
Rev. Roman Alvarez united the HarreU: all aunts of the bride. The
couple in matrimony before an altar bride's book was kept by Lisa
1 which was enhanced with two Waters, friend of the bride.
( pedestal baskets of rainbow colored Assisting with serving at 'Jie
G silk flowers against a background of reception were M. Myrick,P.Johns,
greenery and twelve varieties of L. Johns, T Osborn, P. Welch, M. r
candelabra, which included the unity Clark, R. Burkhalter,A.Dudding, S. rI
candle, in the double-ring Robertson,L.Sapp,J.Strickland, V I
candelabra. Thomas, J Moody, S. Moore, G.
4... Charlotte Durrance, organist, and Tomlinson and S. Tilley.
soloists Deanna Tomlinson, Following a wedding trip to South
'tt. .. Charlene Mains and Joyce Moody, Florida, the couple will reside in
I ... : .. provided nuptial music. New River The bride is a 1987
....... ,. -. '. Attending the bride as Maid of graduate of Bradford High School
w t ._Ii. .,. ..,.. Honor was Connie Moody sister of and is employed at Insurance World. i
I .. .. \ N the bride, who was attired in a rose The groom is a 1985 graduate of
"' -14.01 -. colored, off-the-shoulder satin full- Union County High School and Is
.. ... skirted gown accented with ruffles. employed at Gilman Paper Company
... .' 1:6. Her headdress was a ringlet, accented of Maxville.

'p : : ried a fan-laced with rainbow bouquet ribbon.filled She with car Karen Chitty Honored

;Ii; : :x-- rainbow silk flowers, rose flowers,
r accented with ribbon.Also attendingwere With Bridal LuncheonMiss
Deanna Waters, cousin of the
Karen Joan the
".. t bride, dressed in blue
: ; Sherry
honoree at a bridal luncheon at noon
,,. + Thomas,cousin of the groom,dress.
on Saturday, August 15. The
; :s1- ", ed in peach; Linda Alvarez, dressed hostesses for the occasion were Mrs.
.. .- in yellow, Vicki Crockrell,dressed in Maxie Carter, Jr., Mrs. Anne Godwin
: > W; purple, and Dawn Mosley, dressed Mrs. Jim.i.. Godwin, Mrs.
f In turquoise, all friends of the bride. George Flynn, Jr., Mrs. Bettie Ann
..\. Their flowers were fan-laced bouquets Phillips, and Mrs. Janet Turner.
J filled with rainbow silk flowers
The private dining room of the ,
I Mr.and Mrs.Darren Gaskins and ribbons, accented with their Family Restaurant was beautifully
dominating color of dress. Each attendant decorated for the occasion
by Mrs. ... ..._ ...
BRADFORD SQUARE1 wore an off-the-shoulder, Jeannie Biggs. The tables were -- -
satin, long full-skirted dress, accented covered with white luncheon cloths Mr.and Mrs.Joseph L.Hickey,III
: with ruffles. Their head. and centered with arrangements of
dresses were identical to the Maid of green ferns,rust tropical spikes,and
Honor. yellow pompoms on large iron plant
'Jr SHOP Erica Mains served as flower girl. leaves. The head table was centered Stafford-Hickey WeddingHeld
Jeremy Rhoden was ring bearer. with a silk floral centerpiece in the
Best Man was Chuck Harrison. bride's colors of blue. At the conclu-
GIVE AWAY Ushers were Paul Moody, brother of
sion of the luncheon the hostesses
the bride; Allen Parrish, Dwight presented Miss Chitty with the floral Aug. 8 in Vero BeachRobin
Mallard, Wesley Thomas,all friendsof
SALE! silk centerpiece as a memento of the
the groom; Jim Williams and occasion.

REDUCTIONS OF ? Drew Williams, and Matt Waters, The honoree and her mother,Mrs. Stafford, daughter of Rev. For her daughter's wedding the
cousins of the bride. James E Rogers, Jr., were given and Mrs. Leonard T. Melton of mother of the bride chose a teal blue
5 50% to 75% $ her The bride, given in marriage by corsages upon their arrival at the Waldo, and Joseph L. Hickey III, wedding gown.-pleatedWfth a lace
:>CX3OS father, wore an off-the-shoulder, party. Guests were served appetizers son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. collar and long sleeves.The groom'smother
satin and lace
bridal gown with fit. and enjoyed social Jr. of Grosse Point chose tan and
J AT GWE AWAY PRICES a Hickey, Park a white striped
.__-DnIsMs.s..e. ted bodice and basque waist. Her full getting-acquainted period before the Michigan, were united in marriage street length dress with a white collar -
ouess 70 skirt was styled with tiers of Chantilly luncheon was served. Saturday, Aug. 8, at 4 p.m. in Glen- and white detail on the short
C.SlumSacksSo lace ruffles, scalloped by satin dale Baptist Church, Vero Beach. sleeves.
... atBr. aS' C bows, which extended into a chapel- Mrs. William Ross Rev. Melton, father of the bride,
Handbags length train. She carried an exquisite performed the afternoon service. Following the wedding a recep-
ltlsa yellow silk throat orchid Baby Shower HonoreeMrs. Mrs. Celeste Mattox, sister of the tion was held at the Italian'
ware decorated with bridal ribbon andpearls. bride, served as Matron of Honor. American Club, at 5 p.m., with
William Ross honored
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Other attendants were Miss Lisa
Lisa's only adornments were pearl with a baby shower Thursday, Aug. iDoiron and Miss Sabrina Stafford. disc jockey,providing the entertainment
earrings and pearl necklace, givento 13 at the home of Mrs.Jay Carver on Fred P. Hickey, brother of the ; Patricia Coleman kept the
her by the groom. Her headpiecewas Country Club Road. groom, served as Best Man. Ushers bride's book; Catherine Thomas
a bridal hat of acetate satin Guests were greeted with pink and were Robert Melton, Glenn Mattox, served punch and Pam Schultz served
blue balloons at the entry. The pink
trimmed with polyester flowers. cake.
and Jon Melton. Miss
Greeting the wedding guests were and blue rocking horse theme was was flower girl. For her traveling costume, the
t Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rhoden.A carried throughout the party and
The bride was attired in a gown bride chose a beige street length
refreshment table.
i v held with a sweetheart neckline puffed dress of silk complemented with a
reception was at the Pine The honoree was presented an infant
Additional Level Baptist Church Fellowship carrier-car seat from the sleeves,tapering down to her wrists, corsage of pink sweetheart roses.
J> > iweI ao o Maladewna Hall.Each of the nine tables carriedout hostesses-- Mrs.Warren Stevenson, complete with chapel length train.. Following a wedding trip to north
the rainbow theme,covered witha Mrs.,Ray Durban, Mrs. Dan Foster, Her bodice was ; enhanced with and central Florida, the couple is
lace skirt. The bride's table was and Mrs. Jay Carver. Also assistingwith pearls and sequins. Her bridal veil residing at Vero Beach. ,
covered with a white satin cloth edged and Kim was made of fresh flowers with Out-of-town guests included thebride's
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Page IA TELEGRAPH August 17,1987Engagements

Lawn Party Honors

Engaged CoupleMr.

r .. '- and Mrs. George A. Canova,
St.hosted a lawn party on Saturday,
August 8, at their Kingsley Lake
home, Introducing Miss Kym
Lisa Durban-Thomas
Tatum Engagement Told Schluter, fiancee of their son,
Mrs.Patricia Wainwright Brown of Jacksonville and William L.Durban of I George A.Canova,Jr.,and announc-
Gainesville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their ing the recent engagement of the I t
daughter Lisa Anne Durban to Thomas Wesley Tatum III, son of Mr. and couple.
Mrs.Tom W. Tatum Jr., of Lawtey. The food table on the porch was
The marriage will be held October 3,at 6 p.m.,at Grace United Methodist covered with a pale yellow imported
Church in Lawtey. cloth of Belgium linen, featuring a k1
The bride-elect is a 1978 graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, and attended lace border embroidered with white N
Florida Community College of Jacksonville and Denise Carol Schoolof wedding bells. Glass trays holding '
Modeling.,She is employed as Retail Manager with Body Shope of finger foods and condiments surrounded -
America Inc. an over glass basket filled 6 .r
Miss Durban is the granddaughter of WUma Starling Wainwright of 1 1i with hydrangeas and aspidistra.The
Lawtey and great-granddaughter of Mable B. Wainwright of Starke. r punch table on the lawn was attended -
The future bridegroom is a 1978 graduate of Bradford High School and is i by family members.Approximately .
employed by Tatum Bros. Lumber Co.of Lawtey.He is the grandson of Mr. forty guests A '
and Mrs. T.W. Tatum Kym Schluter and gathered on the lawn to visit with the "r
Sr. of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pearson of d n1ti
Starke. George Canova,Jr. honored couple between the hours of
All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the weddingand Canova-Schluter 2 and 4 o'clock. Members of the L1 +
reception to be held afterward at the Officers Club at Camp Blanding. family who assisted Mr. and Mrs. ,, ,
Engagement Told Canova in caring for their guests _
were Mrs. L.A.Canova,Sr.,Mr.and
Mr. and Mrs.David Kent Schluterof
Mrs. David Canova, Mr. and Mrs. oJ
Flowers-SeweIr Engagement Told Spring Valley, Calif., announcethe J.W. Furlong and Mrs. James Otto.
engagement of their daughter,
Johnny L.and Ernestine Flowers of Melrose announce the engagement of Kym Lucille, to George Alderman
their daughter Rose Gwendolyn Flowers, to Edmond A. Sewell, son of Canova, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Chitty-Woody To Wed

Jessie Mae and Hubert Berry of Starke. George Alderman Canova, Sr., of Saturday, August 29 -+ ."-.-....... -___. .:..."1 .:JI-
The wedding will be held Sept.4 at the Bradford Courthouse,followed by a Kingsley Lake.
reception to be held Saturday Sept. 5 at Johnny and Ernestine Flowers The couple is planning a February The wedding of Miss Karen Joan Leila Mundy and daughter, Jean, cut 80th birthday cake.
residence at 5 p.m. wedding in Tucson Arizona, where Chitty to Dr.John David Woody will
All friends and family are invited to the reception Saturday. they are stationed while serving in be celebrated this Saturday evening,
the United States Air Force. August 29"tat the First Baptist Leila Mundy Honored at Birthday PartyThe
Miss Schluter is an Administrative Church of Starke.
Specialist and Mr. Canova is a The nuptials will begin at 7:30:
Johnson-Morris To Wed August :48 Telecommunications Specialist. p.m..and a reception will be held in Kingsley Lake Civic Centerwas were given by Rev. Ben Bryan
Norman K. and Hilda D. Johnson of Keystone Heights announce the They are stationed at David Mon- their honor at the Woman's Club immediately the scene Saturday night, Aug. Mrs. Lee French of
upcoming 22 of an 80th birthday anniversaryparty Dr. Frances Cannon of Tallahassee.Mrs. .
marriage of their daughter Patricia R. Johnson to Arthur Bruce than Air Force Base. Mr. Canova is following the wedding
Morris,son of William and Joy Dowling of Starke. the grandson of Mrs. L.A. Canova, ceremony.All given by Dr. Jean Mundy of Mundy retired several years
friends and relatives of the Tallahassee and Kingsley Lake, for ago after 18 years as owner and
The marriage will be held in Keystone Heights. Sr.,and Mr.and Mrs.J.W. Furlong.
Wedding plans will be announcedat young couple and of their familiesare her mother, Ms. Leila Mundy of manager of Leila's Dress Shop on
a later date. invited to attend and share in Starke. Call Street.
their wedding and reception. Guests were greeted at the door by
Mrs. Keith Gillingham and Mrs.
John Sapp. Mrs. Victor Griffis and
Hours 93030: M-F I 504W.CaIlSt. Woman's Club Executive
Mrs. James Harris of Gainesville
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0 kept the guest book. Board Meeting Set
See us for ** W (904)964-8547 Receiving guests were the
*Quality Invitations *Reception ItemsAttendantsGifsPartyDresses honoree, Mrs. her The Executive Board of the
Mundy, daughter,
"r- 4 A Specialty Gift ShopA Dr.Mundy,Mrs.Carl Sapp and Mrs. Woman's Club of Starke will meet
*Tuxedos *Mother of the Bride Hosiery V Guy Sale. September 2 at 1 p.m. in the board
*Bridal Accessories 3 The tiered birthday cake was cut room of the Woman's Club. All officers
*Anniversary Gifts WHALE OF A SALE.-SO% Off by Mrs. Neal Goss of Panama City and committee chairmen are

{"" a"btaanr Harvey Knox Kingdom porcelain figurines: pigs, and Mrs. Harold Monk, Sr., of urged to be present at this meeting.
elephants, cats dogs deer. Iambs, bunnies and Gainesville,following the buffet sup
Comc r"U"" Jay woodland animals. This collection is a big seller at per.The
honoree's table was covered
World. Excellent Ideas. in while Beulah Baptist Plans
LeUa'sDress Disney gift Hurry with a pink tablecloth centered witha
& Gift selection Is good low arrangement of pink and blue Sunday Night Sing
Shop NEW: Freeman Hollow Mud N Stuff Unusual carnations. Candelabra also Beulah Baptist Church will have
Bradford Square magnets mason Jar toppers and trivets. See our new decorated with pink and blue carna their 5th Sunday night sing Aug. 30'
Shopping Center Starke964SO91 swan hot pots with crystals.We Tributes at either side. at 7 p.m.Featured will be the Weeks
Ms. for her
Mundy untiring -
Family, along with other singers.Pastor .
ODB3 appreciate your patronagel I services to the community,
Paul Estes invites
her church and other civic.B:9U: everyone.

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August 27.1987 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

Hampton Bradford Bov fir.nllt- School MenusAug.

Achieve 100% EnrollmentRon

31Sept. 4
Denmark Chairman for the Bradford Elem.A Middle School:

ft Bradford District Boy Scouts of Monaayt Chicken and rioo, cheese ails turnip
Dolores Mcng.4M-19U America, North Florida Council ......awed potato pta.eombread, milk.TMsesyt .
Salisbury steak, mashed potato and
Visitors... wishes to thank those Individuals gravy, buttered growl peas, chocolate ca....,
and businesses who helped this .
biscuits, milk.WoaiMMlayi
Among those visiting Mr.and Mrs. achievement become a reality Cheese tout,green beam,paachaa. ,
D. Mitzel recently were his brother eookla, lea cream, milk.Tkaraaayi .
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chicken. nuggets, baked bean, cabbage
Tha Bradford District has mei its slaw fruit cup tint rolls milk,
Dean Mitzel of Stewartstown Pa., .
S goal now two years in succession.The ...Ida,. B.et-a-rcnl, cheese area, garden aalad
along Crawford with of his Dallostown mother Mrs.Pa. Marie goal this year was $4.,000 and ffft. crtjp,hot rolla milk.
this goal has been! exceed Bradford High School
h F The visitors were treated to a
M....',Spaghetti/ with meat .,eheeaa' atlx,
cookout on the lake by Mrs. Ron and wife JoAnn celebrated garden salad apple crimp hot roll, milk
Crawford' grandchildren, Mr. and TMedayi Beef 4 gjavy. buttered rice turnip
I Mrs. Roger Mitzel. Mr, and Mrs. this victory as guests at the Univer- pas,tweet polat6 pie, cornbread,milk.
Curtis Brooks and James Mitzel. sity Club in Jacksonville with other 'Wtdnndayi Whaler on a bun,trench frtea cola
Districts slaw,fruit Juno* cookie milk.
Joining them were her two great who met their goal,as well. ", ......', Comdog, macaroni fc chase, green
grandchildren Curtis (Randy) Ron Bradford County has over 18 bean,fruit cup milk.
displays a plaque Scouting units in the ...... there, lettuce at
Brooks county con- Tacos with meat
and J. Mitzel
Jr. (R. ) he has
Roger been
presented with has the sisting of Cub Packs,Boy Scouts and tomato buttered corn atrawberry shortcake,
tR Jr.Mrs. Inscription: Ron Denmark. For Explorer Posts. mM-
Bette Smith has returned 100% Achievement of Sustaining A-la-Carte
home following a five month's tour. Membership Enrollment 1987 Monday i Pizza, corndoga, trench fries,
She spent several weeks with Bradford Ron would like to ask the com- mlUuhakea,O.J.Tendayi .
1 H relatives in Yakima Washington.She munity to express a word of en- mlUuliakea.Wedmtdayi Hamburger. pizza, trench fries,

J then traveled to Wilmington, couragement to those volunteerswho Corndoga, pliza, trench fries,
Vt, spending time with relatives worked diligently to make this mtlkahakai,O.J.Tknndayt .
LL. r there. Before returning home, she possible. They are: Eddie Douglas, Cheeaeburgera, trench fries pizza.
: !1 Gospel Sing John Miller, Doc Mullins John mtlkahakee.0.1.
spent three weeks visiting friends in frMeyi Pizza, trench his mUkalukea/ hamburger -
Sherman Conn. Sunday, Aug. 30 Torode Orian Wells Jim Womackand !.
The Ralph Martins Among those visiting Mrs. Viola Church of God Jobe White. .Each day atudenta have a choice of a hot lunch,
Lefebvre. the Henry Spell and Lawtey clad bar or they may purchase a-la-cart

William Muse families this week
were Mrs. Barbara of Lawtey Church of God will presentat

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin's25th Pensacola, her daughter Fitzpatrick Julie and beginning Gospel at Sing 6 p.m.Sunday Featured Aug.singers 30, Once Again, A Special
son Mike, students at the U of F in
Gainesville and Vickie and Lee will be Buck Cearcy and the Cearcy The Competition Can't Beat!
Cowden Family. Everyone is Invited to at-
who to this
are now moving
area. tend and enjoy this evening of sing-
Anniversary and
ing fellowship.
James and Wilmajean Terry have
returned home after visiting

and Charlene Martin of The Martins were overwhelmedwith relatives and friends in Columbus
Starke celebrated their 25th wedding very personal gifts from each of Ohio and South Carolina for( the past
anniversary July 14. the children also. Daniel presentedthem two months. Rehearsal Dinner
The four children honored their with a 25th anniversary china Held
parents by preparing a beautiful dinner plate. Karen gave them a crocheted Home Again... at Theressa
including a decorated cake using beige tablecloth( she had been work- Mrs. Louise Mattheus has come Community Center &I' Model 2000
the bride and groom centerpiecefrom ing on for two -years. Sharon home following ten days at Bradford
the Martins original wedding presented a large needlepoint picture Hospital, Inc. Theressa Community Center was
cake 25 years ago. and Esther made two ceramic the setting for a wedding rehearsal
Son Daniel a student at Jackson- plates for the occasion. School in Session... dinner held at 8:30: p.m., Friday
ville University while Karen and Several other gifts were receivedby Aug. 21, hosted by Mr. and Mrs.Per-
Sharon are students at Lee Collegein the celebrating couple..all addingup Principal Mary Ann Kyle welcomed cy Sullivan Jr.,in honor of their son, e
Cleveland. Tennessee and Estheris to memorable for some 200 students back to schoolon
a most occasion Rusty, and his fiancee Theresa
a Bradford High School student the Martins. Monday at Hampton Elementary. Ricks following their rehearsal.
Teachers this year are: chain

Kindergarten--Joe Watson; 1st Guests were treated to a buffet
grades-Jean Clark and Lynn Mar- dinner of roast beef and turkey with

I Kirkland 50th Anniversary Party Set Edith shall; Shaw 2nd-Shirley Bagwell LeBlanc; 3rd- all the trimmings. Helping prepare i
; 4th-Mindy ; PIaWA
and serve were Ilene Ful ham, Deb-
5th-Bill King; 6th-Millie Kramig; bie Broome, Debbie Griffis Connie

The children of Nettie Ruth and K-6 Primary Specialist Resource- Dampier, Sherley Heath and Peggy

J.T. Kirkland Jr., of Keystone Claudette Frees; Special Education- Hersey.
Heights and former longtime -Alice Faye Waters; Chapter Rusty and Theresa presented giftsto

residents of Starke would like to in- Education I-Earselene and Zimmerman; Phys. their attendants. regular retail value of $199.99 g-fl O/99
vite all friends and relatives to their Comprehensive
parents' 50th wedding anniversary.The Education-Steve Acres; Music- Among the 55 guests attendingwere NOW
Carole Stevenson GuidanceIvaJean the bride-elect's grandmother
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Lucy Hodges again serves as groom's grandparents Mr.and Mrs. 539 East Call Sweet
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Gospel Sing August 29 by .
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ris and Betty Stone. Sidney Dell is Palatka Emijo Camplijohn and >uah way dealer has ban The public is cordially invited to the school custodian. Ruby Chapman of Miami. f 11 0ipancgea it me YOas..a doss ne,ass another lied a w(912)( )352-93W. ha
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A attend a Gospel Sing Saturday night, Teachers aides are Margaret
A t, August 29, at 7:30: p.m. at Lawtey Sheila Wadsworth Debbie Donnerstag and --
Elementary School Cafeteria. Morgan.

?.!Featured singers will be The New. The school has a bright fresh appearance -
Spirit Singers from Callahan. inside and out. During the
summer months Paul Sullivan
Mr.and Mrs.J.T. Kirkland hauled in hundreds of discardedDOT STF
test cylinders which serve as
borders along the walkways. In-
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Ei'illb "TllgT's' auoudst." did extensive yard work planting
: trimming and weeding the grounds.

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30 New Teachers Join Faculty in Bradford County SchoolsBy

Mark Frltdlln He has been teaching in Okechobbee
: +bMaM>i>W
The beginning BCT Staff of Writer a new school County previously of Havana and attended theUniversity ;: :T- r4 i 1 I H D Al I,

year is a time for new teachers in the Julie Fait teaches Special Education
school system to get acquainted and and Is from Columbia Count"
to get to know their students as well She graduated from the Universityof r lrlart
and this year is no exception in Florida and lives in Melrose. +,,
Bradford County. Clarence Williams teaches mathto
30 new teachers have been ninth and tenth graders and is a
employed by the school system this native of Starke. He graduated from
year,and they teach a variety of dif Howard University with a degree in : ., ; I ?
ferent subjects.At Physics _
Southside Elementary, Clare Larry Jordan teaches AlgebraOne
DeSue and Ruth Carey join the and Two and is from Levy County -
faculty. where he taught at Chief land
DeSue a Teacher's Aide in her High School. He graduated from the
first year is a native of Lawtey, University of Florida and is engag
graduating from Bradford High ed.
School and Santa Fe Community Greg Morris teaches Chemistryand
College. She is married and has one General Science and is from
child. Jacksonville but spent the last few
Ruth Corey teaches Special years teaching in Lee County. He
Education and also graduated from graduated from the University of "
BHS. She attended the University of Florida. His wife Lynn is a native of
Florida,and is married and has one Starke and teaches at Hampton. Jt.L414L
child. They have one child. ? i
At Starke Elementary, three new Four new teachers joined the staff
teachers join the staff there. at Lawtey Elementary.
Richard Spruill is a music teacher
Laurie Dunbar is a kindergarten who graduated from Florida State
teacher who hails from Conneticut University. He lives In Jacksonvilleand
and attended college at East was born in Texas.
Carolina. She currently lives in Ray Crone is a new physical
Jacksonville with her husband education teacher who attended Santa
Gregory. Fe Comm'nity College and
Cathy Gaines is a new fifth grade graduated from Florida Southern #, 3 u
teacher who attended the Universityof College in Lakeland. ,
North Florida. She is also a BHS Charlotte Durrance is a BHS k'
graduate and is married with one graduate who attended Lake City .
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child Community College and the University -
New at the Middle School.
of North Florida in Jacksonville.She ..

Tammy Winkler is another BHS teaches third grade. New teachers at Bradford Middle School Include (from left to right on in the second row: Dave Tew Mary Williams, Charlott Thornhill. Carol I
graduate who chose to return to Not pictured is Stacy Denmark, the front row): Brenda Littlejohn, Ruth Amar, Anne Muter Beth Francis McLeod, Russell Larramore, Maura O'Neill Cheryl Musson and Glenda
Starke to teach. She graduated from the Universityof and Jimmy Brownlee Johnson
She attended the University of Florida and is from Starke.
North Florida and is married
to Ptiohx fcr Mrii rtedtlB'
Wade Winkler of Starke.
Brooker and Hampton Elemen- BRADFORD HIGH
tary had no new additions to their
teaching staffs this year, according

to information provided by both ._ .
schools. ,
13 new teachers have joined the
staff at Bradford Middle School giving -- --
employees.it the largest number of new SCNOOI IS HER

Glenda Johnson is a new Guidance
Counselor who has a degree in
Business Education from the
University of Florida and a Master's
degree at the University of North
Florida. .
She lives in Starke and is a r .
graduate of BHS.
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Russel Larramore teaches sixth
t' n
and seventh graders and is a 44..r ;
graduate of Tennessee Temple -- t
University. He is married and livesin
Starke with his wife, Mary Lou.
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Cheryl Musson teaches sixth and
seventh grade science classes and : \ ::4 New Staffers...
graduated from the College of St. j jw dy, K. Sue Morris, Epitanlo Romero and Julie Fait.
Francis and the University of North 1Jh4- New teachers at Bradford High School Include (from On the ba k row: Clarence Williams, Larry Jordan
Florida. She is from Louisanna and left to right on the front row): Marsha Duck Brett Purand Greg Marshall.

she and husband Gail have three. ;

children and JnStarke. I. ._ ..

Brenda Littlejohn teaches a New at Starke Elementary... With Call Wathyokphone
Special Education class and is a New teachers at Starke Elementary include, from left to right: Tammy
graduate of Troy University in Winkler, Laurie Dunbar and Kathy Gaines.
Alabama. She is from Greenville
Alabama and she and her husbandhave is
... never tied-up.
two boys and one girl.
Ruth Amar teaches a class for the '' l
emotionally handicapped and I I
graduated from Indiana University. lii
She was raised in Gary, Indiana and
has lived in Gainesville for the past
two years.

Beth Francis has a big load this
year -Math English and Music Appreciation -/.
classes as well as the X14 /_.
sixth and eighth grade chorus. She
lives her in Starke, graduated from
the University of Florida and is
engaged to be married. She
graduated from BHS. i r i
Jimmy Brownlee has lived in ,
Starke alll his life and will be the
new Band Director. He graduatedfrom
Jacksonville University and at- n t f.r
tended high school at BHS.

David Tew is the new Dean of
Students at BMS. He is originally
from Virginia Beach, Virginia and
received a Master's degree from ; t

Nova University. He is married with .. _
"one on the way. ," I '
Mary Williams teaches LanguageArts \
to seventh and eighth graders. '
"\.".. She is native of Lawtey and received I r': 'U .. ... .aNew .-. -- -
her master's Degree at Florida A
and M University. She did her at Southside... t
undergraduate work at Bethune
Cookman University and taught at New teachers at Southside Elementary include, from left to right:
Clara DeSue and
Ruth Corey.
Southern University.
Charlott Thornhill teaches science s/i
and Social Studies to seventh and
eighth graders. She is from West
Virginia and graduated from Glen- tssr Itt
ville State University. She is mar- .
ried with one child. ansrtlarat JpgiftflgftP p g IfQ '
Anne Miller is a long-time residentof roaaltltail Msst
Starke but a new addition to the esMtt'slsll9effflssa 1sAhdtt3ss7td6Niss6'it18MMlY > '
BMS staff. She attended the University xustlatlisll91/1 t li II a71L.w'9'
of Florida and teaches Business pp asMlliEiiYl17/lBt96 fi .
classes at BMS. She is married to tltslttytii""MilllllMadlaLQdl" NJ
Telegraph publisher John Miller and aiftestar 't fR7lAtWIA + /1416 y
they have two children. s 'r Mti'DsNll! 4 iIV 4, i-
Maura O'Neill teaches math to taalaw rdattl' rfpd' 1'' llllll l
seventh and eighth graders and tBtagltllilll>t/ i > /
graduated from the University of F i i ,
Florida.She is from St. Petersburg.Eight & '
new teachers join the administration r r fYt1' t,
at Bradford High "Mrs! t rR
schooL i That means:
Marsha Duck attended Carson-
Newman University in Jefferson City You can reach your steady babysitter even when her boyfriend is
Tennessee and currently lives in hanging on the line.
Gainesville. She is married to Dr.
? Dennis Duck of Gainesville. Your stockbroker can get through to tell you to sell before you go

Brett Purdy teaches physical and for broke.

general sciences and will be the new -. Your doctor's nurse can bypass your conversation to confirm your
wrestling coach at BHS. He grew up : next
in Gainesville, where he attended appointment.Your .
Eastside High School before callers won't get a busy signal. Instead,you'll get a little
graduating: from the University of "beep" to let you know another caller is on the line.
Florida. He is engaged.

K.Sue Morris teaches tenth grade s Call Waiting. For all the times there's no time to wait. / .
students and graduated from Appalachian p 1 a4
State University and did ,
undergraduate work at Florida ;i.CEN'rEL i.'
She received ;,
Southern University. "
New at
Lawtey... .'
at BHS
her first teaching assigment
previously and says she "glad to be New teachers at Lawtey Elementary Include, from left to right
back". Richard Spruill, Ray Crone and Charlott Durrance.
Epitanto Romero taught Spanish Not pictured: Stacey Denmark. "'
here at BUS years ago and has Where people connect CContol.198I /
returned to teach the same subject. .

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BHS Tornado Defensive Unit Recreation Plans. < 'fT -
.. AgeMasd ap ma> be Md at tt.OHRcgSstraUa W..Dept aD..atligiiJtiFlag
' Aemo1T.wtiDlnlllrSala; late Stork )
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Ceramic... a.m.. at the Old Armory Cheryl
i By Mark Frledlba Ceramics evening classes: begin Godwin instructing. Flag V..II. Football...
The two Inside linebacklng in ? : Football will be
BCT Staff Writer spots Monday Aug. 31,7 p.ID.MOI'I JI aept.1afineo
The Bradford County High School the split 40 are being contended for classes will begin Wednesday Sept. Aerobics... the Old wB be Sept HI at Armory Bet Office
by Bill Hamilton Terry Whitehead 2, 9 a.m. Classes are held at the Old ArnMry Becreaba* Office front 1:31 am. to U noon and
varsity football team' defensive Evening Aerobic Dance and .
Exercise from .....
Keith and Malachi Jenkins and :a to mom aad VMPLB .....
unit Is much improved, according to Travis Armory (Recreation Dept.) with begins Tuesday Sept a.Classes *.forages....CnrtwfB befUL 14t.rn win. for
Long. Lillie Instructor. > Smallfry age
Defensive Coach Mike Sexton. Ann Johns as will be held S or 4dayTper week.
and down in H aaiI.IIaaiar..12.Cost will
They will be tested in the "They are up practice Aerobic Dance will be S:3 Co-Ed
Fall early up. right now due to the beat.' Sexton Exercise Classes... Exercise will be 4 lUlL SofUnlJL. be 15.tea toe shirt. ,which yon keep
: coming Jamboree which 6-7 The
is set
p.m. price There win be .
said Games
"But we have to ley arw will be weekdays, after
for 4 here classes will be
Sept. at BHS. Morning exercise varies depending the
on amount
tough of
The Tornadoes tired. That's when it gets in held and Fri- classes attend meeting for C-Cd Saftbsp .a caoot.at 3:13 and 4:15 at Pratt 51.ftdII. .
face Lake Butler on Tuesday, Thursday
you per week Classes
the fourth and have to ,Sept.1*at me Old Armor at .
period we
and Interlachen in the jamboree and day. Beginning classes are 10:30-11 are held at the Old Armory (Bee. 7Thuars ?
have that effort pines
worked to get this In strong closing Advance classes :30-10:30: Dept.), with here Monday.Sept H-34.
drills. ready week against the teams we play this a.m. are ; _. structor. Cheryl Godwin In If a imam er kaaw of a from 3:15-4:15 for ages H to prac
"W.e have season." few ptayaa wka"""Ibe w.-w. tice.and from 4tt4U for ages Ml
some tough players, but Some still have a long way to go, ia c'wdk sites in mates ..prs etie:& After! this week, games
our younger players will really haveto Sexton said, but he impressed with Crosby... Tap Jazz & Balletu. .....you sad Is pis w ataesdag begta and.. joat play and bare a
the come season through" commented in the first part Head of their progress, especially that of the Tap Jan and; Ballet classes for:._ !JiS meetad. u yea art mate it._ gned tinef _
younger players.We (from page 1A)
Coach David Hurse. "We will run a .
will take close look at the
split 40 series of defensive forma- Tornado offense a next week.up "The people of Starke have been
tions this season that has been effec- extremely good to me, and there is Now Serving 301nprtb
tive for us in the past.If our younger nothing I have enjoyed more than
players come through as we expect The Annual BHS Tornado Parents serving as your commissioner for ountry Wait lit lake Dudn'-.t.
them to, we should have a good night will be held this Friday, at 7p.m. the past seven years; However,it is lID 1Teysesoe IIcbK. Dfi otanfd.
season. The defense Is ahead of the in the BHS gym. time for me to move on to other arpets to Manrfffltu couth
offense right now.The heat has been Among the teams being introduced -
something else, but everyone else is are the JV and Varsity "The commission has almost com- a
feeling it too-it'.good for our condi- Cheerleaders the JV football team pleted work on the city( budget, and
tioning." and varsity football} teams in their there are really no big Issues pending 964-6108 or 9646154open E "
The BHS coaches have two fine game uniforms. so this may be the opportune o.nJd.
cornerbacks in the defensive secon- This is a good chance for parentsto time to leave. I have given my : Mon-Sat 9-S.
dary with Senior Darren Pattersonand get a picture of their kids in resignation date as October SI,but If Registered TEf'f'ERELL'WEST: POINT
Lance Wiggins. Patterson Is a uniform,according to Head Football a replacement Is found earlier, the PEPPERELLT Dealer South Sot
"tough,proven leader"and Wiggins Coach David Hu' se. date may well be move up. My only
is described as a "super soph who After the picture taking in the interest is in making the transition We Sell It Country Carpets SPECIAL of the WEEK
is getting better all the time. ASlso gym, the football team will have a as smooth as possible for the remaining -
seeing plenty of action Is another snort scrimmage. commissioners and my We Install It Sold Saxony or Sculptured

soph, Leon Jackson. John Berry will The public is invited and admission replacement. ____ We Guarantee It
also see action in the secondary. is free. "Starke has a great future. I suppose $9.99 sq. yd. Installed wl916padding

Spencer At middle Smith, safety and Kevin is Pedro Crawford.Carter ings Is the to best say,way'Its my to sum hometown up my,feel-and O( ) ( I'ISA] Values up to$15.99

"We feel good about this group", I will miss being a part of it'." FlDaacm.cAYaIIabIe Several Handsome and Vibrant Colors to Choose from.
says Coach Hurse. "Our secondary
will be a big part of our defense this

Junior Rodney Mosley Is set for
the "roverback position, and will THE OFFICE
be backed up by Clint Reed. SHOP
Up front, the Tornadoes have a I
mixture of youth and returning

Sexton.At veterans. according to Coach Mike Helps you get Back To School

left tackle three players Dana t '
Clark Chris Durbin and Eric Naz-
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right tackle Andy Tyson,Allen
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CASE NO:87-217-CA populationdeviation 95 ew _a. 17 bctt 1IGg.148
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WILLIAM and Husband NEAL LANEY, I and more 129. \


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Adklns RoadCarrolllon, Georgia ::::::1-: 95 .

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action 69
for dissolution of marriage and .. 0 a SWINTEC ReconditionedElectronic
other relief hot been filed against you In
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the above-styled to serve a Court copy and of your you written ore required ..i Typewriter IBM

detente. If any, to It on TERENCE M.
BROWN. ESQUIRE, Terence M. Brown, iill, iilli'' #1186 Correction
P.A., Post Office Drawer 40. Starke, SET C.l.KlC
N sale.
Florida 32091. on or b.for. 14 1: I"'' : : reg. .

September 1987, and file the original "Gemexco"STAPLER ,1 I,: _
with the Clerk of this Court, either I 449.
before ....,Ic. on the above-named attorney Heavy Duty Correction Capability reg. $399.
or Immediately thereafter,otherwise 1 sale .
tion.a default will be entered against t 6 :

WITNESS my hand and official teal of
this Court on this 10th day of August
1987. .

By Beulah. Mood Computer

TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A.Attorney Paper 1099 ..
for Husband .
P.O. Drawer 40 ,, 1000 sheets 9 l2zllComputer ,,",,-I .
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28.will 1987 be ,held at 9 at a.m.Unit, a 22 tale, C of&contents C Mini 7, $20.70 box m 10 ."_:.;:_;;:;::._:..,. "-_-

Storage, Hwy 301 South Stark., Fla. "
This sale Involves property belonging to $2.85 for one j-. ==:==. ComputerSSDD514
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Notice It hereby given that on August ;: Printout
28 1987 at 9 a.m., a tale of contents .
will be h.ld at Unit 21, C & C Mini ))1 :- -: Paper
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Storage, Hwy 301 South Stark., Fla. __ r -- __ ti- --.. ,
This sale Involves property belonging to -
Paul L. King Jr. : :- 'u .: _" ..:=E
A sale of the entire contents of these Freedom Phonesby
unit will be made to the highest bidder.If .
no bidder, the sale will be conducted .
Southwestern BELL -
pursuant to rental agreement between
tenant and landlord. -
8/20 2tchg 8/27 \
from 52 95 'THE
Typewriter Paper
The City of Starke Is accepting sealed OFFICE
bids for the construction of a 13.2 KV BOO sheets 2OIb bond
Feeder Circuit to be built In the City. of Answering: Machines also ,
Starke, Florida.Specifications. SHOP
are'available at the
Electric System Office, City Hall 209 N.
Thompson St., Starke, Florida.' now.Const.
Bid will be opened at 6.30p.m..Tuesday -
September 15, 1987,In the City Hall 964-5764
Commission Room.Specification .
sheet and a map of the
rout.will be provided to all who request All Notebooks Stark,.Fla.t "

The City of Stare reserves the right to
accept M reject, any M all bid. ;
for the Sta"' .City 1O/ -
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Legal Notices : Jr.. State Attorney tor the Hurl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Section 21. Township 06 South. Range

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Judicial Circuit of Florida. 600 Duval OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 20 East Bradford County Florida for
=- OF THE SECOND ] Courthouse, Jacksonville, agricultural uses.
NOTICE OF INTENTION CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA Florida 37302: ; S. Ray Gill Slot Attorney FLORIDA Written obectlons| or comments on
JUDICIAL TO REGISTER IN AND FOR LEON for th. Fifth Judicial Circuit of this application may be filed with th.
COUNTY. Florida. 2nd Floor. County Off ic* Governing Board of Suwannee
BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida CIVIL ACTION NO.87-2856 Building 19 N.W. Pin. Ava..ue. Ocala RE: Thor Marriage of River Water Management District
Statutes. notice to hereby given that Ih. DANIEL JOSEPH GRAHAM Florida
Florida 32670; James T. Russell Stat Route 3. Box 64. live Oak
PROBATE DIVISION undersigned. Eva M. Varesko. 316 N. SI. DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE of the Attorney for the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Husband 32060 until 9/14/87.

CASE NO.17-63-0' Clair St.. Storfco. FL 32091. sol* owner. STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF Florida. P.O. lox 5028 Cleorwater and 1tchg8/27

FlU NO.01-3845 doing business under the firm. name of GENERAL SERVICES, a public body cor- Florida' 33318; Stephen lewis Boyles, CLARE ANGELLA GRAHAM

Bridal B Gown Boutique Box 1291. S. porota on behalf of Ih* STATE OF Slat Attorney for .... Seventh Judicial Wlfa. NOTICE OF INTENTION
IN RE: The Estot.Of: Hwy 301. 5....... Fl 32091. Intends to FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL Circuit of Florida 440 S. Beach Street.Doytona TO DANIEL NOTICE JOSEPH OF GRAHAM ACTION; TO REGISTER '
register said fictitious name under she RESOURCES. FICTITIOUS NAME
Deceosed Beach Florida 32014; Eugene 1Whiworlh 6227 W. Lisbon A..u.Mllwou" .
aforesaid statue. Plaintiff State Attorney for the Eighth WI".lnYOU
Dated this 5th day of August A.D. vs. Judicial Circuit of Florida. 1'.0.10.107. Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 1987 In Bradford County. STATE OF FLORIDA and... several.Taxpayers. Gainesville. Florida 32602: Robert tion for dissolution of man-log and Statutes, notice to hereby given that

8/6 4tpd 8/27 Property 0GIld Citizens for the Ninth the undersigned ROBERT HANNAH.SR. .
Eogon Attorney In
Th odmlnlttrotion of th* estate of other relief has been filed against you
FRANCES File thereof. including Nonresidents owning Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. Box 1673 the above-styled Court and you ore required ., LILLIAN HANNAH Rt. 1. Box 190.
WHITEHEAD. deceased.
or subject to taxation therein Starka. and ROBERT I. HANNAH. JR..
NOTICE OF INTENTION property Orlando. Florida 32802; Jerry Hill State to serve a of written
Number 1-3843. It pending In the Or- copy your
TO REGISTER and All Others having or claiming any Attorney for the Tenth Judicial Circuit of defenses If to It on TERENCE M. Rt. 1. Box 191, Starka, FL, 32091 jointown.r.
cult Court for Bradford any
right. title or interest In property to be Florida ., doing business under the firm
FICTITIOUS NAME Florida 250 N. Wilson Borrow
Terence M, Brown.
Florida. Probate Dlvl....... .... address
Florida affected by the Issuance of the Bonds 33830 Janet Reno, Slot Attorney forth name of TRIPLE H DIRT SERVICE. Rt. 1,
of which .. North Tempi A_. Pursuant to Section 865.09. ;: I'.A.. Post Office Drawer 40. Stork.
Stork. Florida 32091. The names and Statutes notice is hereby given that lii.und.rsipr.d. described hi th. Complaint and All Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida Florida 32091 on or before 14 Box 190 Starke. FL 32091 Intends to

addresses of Ih. personal r.pr..n-i David Van Voifconburg.Vice Others to be affected In any way Room 600 Metropolitan Justke Building, September 1987 and file the originalwith register sold fictitious name under the

lair. and Ih. personal represen- President ATC Holdings R>. Inc. thDefndats. 1391 N.W. 12th Street. Miami Florida tha Clerk of this Court either aforesaid statute.
tafl..*'. attorney or* MI forth Mow. 4582 S. Ulster St.. Parkwy. WllH-jm A. 33125; Frank Schaub Stat. Attorney forth before service on the above-named attorney Dated this 21st day of August, A.D.
Interested required Croppw -''VIce President-KBl Sub I. Inc. Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida or Immediately thereafter otherwise 1987 In Bradford County.

to HI.. with this court.persons WITHIN oat THREE and Ml Sub .. me.409 Engtowaad. CO IN RE NOT TO EXCEED $250.000.000 2002 Ringllng Boulevard.( Sarasota a default will be entered againstyou 8/27 4tpd 9/17

MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION B0237. 611 Walker Street Houston TX STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF Florida 33577; Bill James, Stat. Attorneyfor for the relief demanded In the Peti -

OF THIS NOTICE: ((1) all claim ogomttth 77027. (loint owners doing business NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATIONAND the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of lion NOTICE OF NAMESOF

estate and (2)) any objection by an under the firm name of Paragon Cable. RECREATION LANDS REVENUE Florida County Courthouse Annex, WITNESS my hand and official) seal I of. PERSONS BE OWNERSOF

bitrMt d person on whom" thin noticewas..rv.d Intends to register sold ftctitfovs name BONDS. Tampa Florida 33602; James Applemon this Court on this 10th day of August APPEARING TO PROPERTY

that challenges. the validity under the aforesaid stmuto. Stata Attorney for the Fourteenth 1987. ABANDONED

of .... will. th. qualifications of .... Doted this 4th day of Juno. A.D.. 1987In ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Judicial Circuit of Florida. P.O. Box 956.Mor' GILBERT S. BROWN 717.
Bradford County. --. Florida 32446; David H. Blud- CLERK OF THE COURTBy Pursuant to Section 118. Chapter
personal representative vanu. or : NOTICE TO: STATE OF FLORIDA. AND Fifteenth Florida Statutes, entitled. "Florida
(jurisdiction of th. court. 8/13 4tpd 9/3 worth State Attorney for the Beulah' Moody
THE SEVERAL TAXPAYERS. PROPERTY Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act"
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. Box 2905, Deputy Clerk
OWNERS AND CITIZENS THEREOF. INCLUDING Kirk C. notice to hereby given that the personslisted
Publication alibis None ho begun JOB OPENING NONRESIDENTS OWNING Zuekh. Stole Attorney for the Sixteenth TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. below appear to be owners of
PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION Judicial Circuit of Florida 1'.0.10.1086. Attorney for Wife unclaimed personal or intangible property
on August 27. 1987. Bradford County Rood Department hoe AND All OTHERS HAVING OR presumed abandoned. THIS DOES
THEREIN Key West Florida 33040; Michael J, Sat P.O. Drawer 40
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: an immediate|ob opening for a qualified
State Attorney for the Starke. Florida 32091
IN Judicial Circuit of Florida 201 S.E. 6th 964-8272
3438: Own Road operator for bulldozer grader front- THE ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS DESCRIBED Str_. Ft. Lauderdale. Florida 33301; 8/134tchg9/3 MILDRED M, R'.I. 1'0..17., Stark. FL
Brooksvill Florida ....
loader and varied
other operatlonolskills AFFECTED ACCOUNT NUMBER
THEREIN.AND ALL OTHERS TO BE Norman R. Wolfinger, State Attorney for 32091.
ATTORNEY FOR with chauffeur license.
IN ANY WAY THEREBY: the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida 4281-1979-9138; CANNON WILLIAM E.
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: Applications will be acepted from 730 You and each of rand the State of Bravard Courthouse. 400 South CALL FOR BID MR.. Rt. 2. Box 48A. Slorke. FL 32091.
Dorla Joan ChristopherTorenc a..... to 4 p.m. at 8I2B North Grand Florida through the State Attorneys forth Titusvllre County Florida 32780 Bruce The Town of Brooker will receive bids 2909-19864011: CHASTAIN. JIM 316 E.Irawnl. .
5' ;
M. Brown. P-A. Street August 27. 1987 through First. Second Third Fourth Fifth. State for the Nineteenth for a Clots C Operator for the water .. St.. Storka. FL 32091.
Cotton Attorney
P.O. Drawer A September 11. 1987. Sixth. Seventh. Eighth. Ninth. Tenth Judicial Circuit of Florida P.O. plant. You must be able to take 4353-19864092; CHERRY LEROV 1220 E.
Stork. Florida 32091 Equal Opportunity Employer Eleventh. Twelfth. Thirteenth Fourteenth Florida 33448 bacteriological reports and send them to Larry St.. Starke. FL 32091
Telephone: (904)) 964-8272 8/27 2lchg 9/3 Fifteenth. Sixteenth Seven Drawer 4401, Ft. Plaice ; D,E.R., maintain operation records, 0519-19864004: CHISM. RANDALL K.
D/Alessondro Stat. Attorney
P. .
8/212tchg 9/03 teenth. Eighteenth. Nineteenth and Joseph Circuit of check plant equipment (chlorinator 534: W. Pratt St.. Starke, FL 32091, .
for the Twentieth Judicial
Twentieth Judicial Circuits of Florida. booster pump, well pump), take chlorine 0544-19854007; COOPER. CHARLES T..
Ft. ,
P.O. 399 MyersFlorida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR or* hereby required to appear before florida. certified United States residuals, k..p plant flow recorded. 2909-19864018; CRAWFORD DON H..
OUVALCOUNTY TAX DEED this court In the Chambers of the 33902 by Bids must be sealed and received on P.O. Box 10. lawtey. Fl 3205$.
of 1987.RAYMOND .
18th ,
CASE NO.8910203 CA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that PMteHawed Honorable J. Lewis Hall. Jr.. Circuit Mall this day August K. PETTAttorney or before 7.30 p.m. on September 8, 1600-19864005; HAVES R.L.. 626 W.

the holder of the following car. Judge at.... Leon County Courthouse In for Plaintiff 1987. Mailing address Is Town of Madison St.. Stark. FL 32091

In R.: The Man-log Of: Mficotes has filed said cortrficats for a lallol oss... Florida on the 3rd day of DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE Brooker P.O. Box 127 Brooker Florida 1465-19854411: HORNER MARY, Rt. I.

LARRY O. HEALAN. Husband tax deed to be issued thereon. Th* certificate November. 1987 at 10:00 clock A.M. Room Larson Building 32622. PO Box 370. Lawtey, FL 32058.
and numbers and years of issuance, if 453 Bids will be accepted for a two-year 4281-1979-7602; JENKINS. ALVIN
and show cause, have why Florida 32399
any _
you Tallahoe .
GLORIA K. HEALAN. WifeNOTICE th. description of the property and the the prayers of the Complaint filed In the (9O4)( )468-4782 period beginning on October 1,1987 and ORLANDO. P.O. Box 147. SIa..... FL
names in which It was assessed ore as should not be ending on September 30 1989 32091. 0348-1986-0043: JERNIGAN. R.E..
obova-slyled cause FL BAR ID No. 0354767;
OF follows: granted and the Bonds, the security 8/27 Stchg 9/10 l The Town Council reserves the right to Rt. 2. Box 27, Storke. FL 32O91.
SHERIFF'S SALE Certificate therefor, and procaedinvwith respect accept or reject( any and all bids. 1463-1985-0431; JOHNSON CECIL
Year of Issuance 1985 thereto validated and confirmed. as TOWN COUNCIL 1465-19854433; JONES. PAUL A.,986 N.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1. DolphE. Description of Property: S 264 ft. of N therein preyed. The Bonds to be issued NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO BROOKER FLORIDA 32622 Temple Ave.. Starke. FL 32091.

Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford County. 461 ft of W'/4 of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW by the Plaintiff herein are described as REGISTER 8/20 2tchg 8/27 1985-19864796; JUAREZ LYNN. M.D..
Florida. under and by virtu of a Writ of 1/4 EX PAR IN NE COR SO N 8 S by lOOT E follows: FICTITIOUS NAME 1465-1985-0437: KELLER. JOHN.

Execution hrtofor issued out of th. W EX PARC Bff SQ AS DESC M Oil NOT TO EXCEED S2SO.OOO.OOO STATE Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida CALL FOR BID 1465-19854440; KELIEY. EDMUND P..
In the above 2O4-48I B EX OR 214 175. SECTION that the of Brooker will receive bids KELLOGG. LOUISE
above-entitled Court Pg. OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL Statutes, notice to hereby given The Town M.D.. 1465-198S4;
styled cause, have lvld upon the 25. TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH. RANGE 22. RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND undersigned. Ellen' Sakewskl 331 Clark for Garbage Pickup. Bidder must be able K.. 1465.19854442; KELLY JAMES T..

following property. situate, tying and Name in which assessed Parlay Clyde RECREATION LANDS REVENUE BONDS Straet. Stork, Fl.. and Chris Rewls.Route to pick up garbage on Tuesday and 1465-19854443; LAMB. VICTOR S., 1020Eastwood

being In Bradford County. florida. towN Nat_ (hereinafter theBonds") to finance the >. Box 29.. Sterile. Fl., (Joint Saturdays (or any two days the Council Drive, Start&.. FL 32091.
: All of said property being In the County of for outdoor owners doing business under the firm requests) each week. Bidder must have 0136-19864044; LINDES. E.F.. Rt. 2.
Wit half (W M) of Block 1 South of of Bradford State of Florida. acquisition recreational in Alachua.Baker. name of The Cinderella Dreamglrl Beau his own vehicle, tools, Insuranca. Starke; Fl 32091,4353-19864020:: LONG.

Rang 3 and Northwest quarter (NW Unless. such certificate or certificates Bradford purposes Brevord. Broword. ty 1'-'. Route. 2. Box 295. Sto...., Bids must be sealed and received on LE.OV.809 E. Chestnut St.. Stark. FL
1/4) of Block 1 South of Rang 2 East In shall be redeemed according to low th. Boy Fl.. Intends to register sold fictitious or before 7:30: p.m. on September 8, 0091, 42811979.1424: MILLER. GWEN-
Tmpl s Subdivision. Section 22. property described in such certificate or Calhoun.- Charlotte. Citrus. Cloy Colombo. Collier name under the aforesaid statute. 1987. Moiling address Is Town of DOLYN. Rt. 2. PO Box 137A. Storke. FL

Township 6 South. Range 22 tost. except certificates will be sold to the highest Duval Dated this 25th day of August A.D.. Brooker 1'.0.10. 127 Brooker Florida 32091, 4281-1979-4576; MURIVIN.MEUN-
parcels recorded in 0... Book 74. Page bidder at the courthouse door on the Dade. DeSoto. Dixie 1987 In Bradford 32622. DA R.. P*. 3. PO Box 328 Sto..... FL

IBS: 0... Book 69. Page 201; 0." Book 23rd day of Sept......... 1987 at 1I-OO( EscambMi. Flogler, Franklin Godsden.Gifchrist. County.B27 41pd 9117 Bids will be accepted for a two-year 32091. 4281-1979-3338; ORMOND. LYNN
69. Page 204; O.R. Book 38 Page 636. Glades, Gulf Hamilton period beginning October 1. 1987 and OR ELSIE 413 Center St.. Starke. FL
Bradford County. Florida. A.M.Dated this 27th day of July. 1987. Hordee. Hendry. ........Ida. Highlands.Hillsborough. ending September 30, 1989. 32091. 4281-1979-8456; PADGETT.

Oaf th*> property of It)*) olovij nand GILBERT S. BROWN.ClerkBeulah ....m-. Indian River PUBLIC AUCTION The Town Council reserves th.right to WITT C..JR.. Rt. 2, Box 29F. Stake, Fl

Defendant and that on th. 14th day of Moody. D.C. Jackson Jefferson, Lafayette Lake NOTICE to hereby given that on Monday accept or reect| any and all bids. -2903-19864057: ROBERTS. GAIL

September. 1987. Monday at two Clerk of Circuit Court t... lean. Levy. Liberty Madison. September 7, 1987, at 10:00: o'clock TOWN COUNCIL M.. Address Unknown. Starke. FL 3209I. .
o'clock on said day on the premises of Of Bradford County Manatee. Marion Martin Monroe A.M.. the undersigned Gator BROOKER. FLORIDA 32622 0349-19864398; ROSE ZONA J.. P.O.

.... Bradford County Sheriffs Office. I Florida8274tchg917 Nassau. Okaloosa. Ok..chob. Frelghtwoys.., will sell at public auction 8/20 2tchg 8/27 Box 48, Stark. FL 32091.
will offer for sal.. and sell to the highest Orange. Osceola. Palm Beach. Pasca.Pinellos. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson . . . . , 4281-1979-5757: SALAZAR. LINDA Rt. 2,

bidder for cash In hand the obave- Polk. Putnam St. Johns St. ville. Florida one lot of chairs consigned IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE PO Box I13C. Starke. FL 32091.

described property the property of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Santa Rosa. Sarasota. Seminole to WfiHecraft Miami.. Fl., to satisfy EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 428 I.1979.39t.3; TUCKER EDWARD 212

the said Defendant to satisfy said Execution. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Sumter. $uwonn_. Taylor. Union and freight and storage charges, under the AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Bay Street Stark. FL 32091
Volusia. Wakulla. Walton Uniform 4281-1979-4211 ZURFLUH. LONNIE K.,
FLORIDA provisions of Section 4b) of Case No. 86-495-CA ;
DOLPH E. REDDISH BRADFORD COUNTY. Counties.. Florida. as more ... FL 32091
e621-CA Washington standard: Bill of lading.Pro. DAVID C. BROOKS and 406 N. Walnut' St.. Sta. .
Sheriff of c-No. the resolution of the
/ described hi
fully 1648-19864006.
06-991923 6/19/87
ELLEN M. BROOKS his wlf.,
Bradford County. Florida R. V. DURRANCE. Governor and Cabinet of the Slat of Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Plaintiffs Information concerning the amount or
8204tchg9IHIN Plomtiff. Florida duly adopted by the Governor Carrier description of the property (such as

.. . . . . . . . . .. w and Cabinet of the State of Florida as 8/27 2tchg 9/3 Vs unclaimed checking accounts, savings
ROSA LEE MITCHELL. CLYDE HOGAN. the Governing Board of the Division of BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA accounts, utility deposits, stocks, bonds
and WILLIAM J. HOGAN. JR.. Bond Finance ('Governing Board") Insurance refunds, safe deposit boxes,
D.fado on August 4. 1987 (the 'Resolution') NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR D'ARMENIA. .tc.) and the names and addresses of
which Resolution authorizes the Issuance TAX DEED the holder of such personal property
CosNo.86-495-CA IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant of the Bonds.The Resolution. provides NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that L.G. and CO RICE H. POWELL his wife, and may be obtained by any person possessing
DAVID C. BROOKS and to the Amended Judgment of Patlionentered holder of the following certificates LELIA ALESCIA POWELL the by addressing
wlfa.Plaintiffs. that .... Bonds, hi on aggregate Dyal. the an Interest In property
ELLEN M. BROOKS his in this cos. dated 17 August principal amount not to exceed two hundred has filed sold certificates for atax Defendants. an inquiry to Gerald Lob

1987. that I will sell to the highest and fifty million dollars (S2SO.OOO.OOO). deed to be Issued thereon. Th. certificate tote Comptroller, Attn: Abandoned
v* best bidder for cash In .... First Floor shall be dated and shall mature on such numbers and year of Issuance, NOTICE OF ACTIONPROPERTYTO Property Section State Capitol.

BEATRICE R. D'ARMENIA Lobby of the Bradford County Courthouse dates and hi such years and amounts OS the description of the property. and the : FRANK LEWIS D'ARMENIA Tolloha._. Florida 323994350, ((904))
in shall be provided by subsequent resolution names In which It was assessed are as 4870510. Th. Jacksonville Are Office
D'ARMENIA.JOHN W.HALSEY and JEAND. Florida at I IrOOAJM.( on th. 11th day of the Division of Bond Fhionc follows: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a telep"nu"ber"" (904))359-MMS. You
HALSEY. hi. wife DAVID L. POWELL of September. 1987. the following of the Issuonc.lv85 Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage octlon Information
adopted an or prior to the .. Certificate No.BOYearof hey else contact the Consumer
and CLARKE H. POWELL his wile and described property as set forth In Ih. Bonds. The Bonds may be issued Description of Property.-J1835.00402 has been filed against you for the toll free Hotline at 1-800.848-3792.

IELIA ALESCIA POWELL.Defendants. Amended Judgment of Partition, to- substantially In the form and shall be LOT 36 N OF RD EX E 335' EX W 125' following described property in Bradford Be sure to mention the account number

wit: subiect to other terms and conditions as SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP SOUTH RANGE County Florida: AFTER the name as published In this
SE 1/4 of the SE 1/101
of the
Thirteen ((13)) more or less. A portion
acres Is
ACTION-PROPERTY provided In the Resolution. The Bonds 22. .. Unless proof of ownership
NOTICE OF hi the West part of the NE 1of NW shall be issued pursuant to Article IX. Nome hi which assessed......J.W. Section 29. Township 6 South Range 22East presented to the holder by October 19.
TO BEATRICE. D'ARMENIA In the City of Starke, Bradford
: 1/4 of Section 27 Township 6 South. delivered for
of will be
BEATRICE R. PATTI Section 17 of the Florida Constitution AND PATRICIA LLOYD. and 1987. the properly
a/k/a UNKNOWNYOU Range 22 East bounded on the North lees as incorporated by Article XII. Sec All of sold property being In the County County Florida being more par custody to th. Comptroller of Florida.

ADDRESS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a by land of John pul...., on lha East by tion 9aMI of the Florida Constitution of of BRADFORD State of Florida. ticularly described of reference as below commence: at Thereafter all further claims must be
l land of Conwoy. on th* West by land 37S. Florida Statutes, as UnUsr. such certificate or certificates For point directed to the Comptroller of Florida.
Foreclose action 1968. Chapter
Complaint to Mortgage and the the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4
of Powell-Smith Company, on and to law the GERALD S. LEWIS
for the amended (the Outdoor Recreation shall be redeemed according
been filed against South 87 18
has you and run thence degrees
South by State Rood No. 48 <( Section In such certificate or COMPTROLLER
Bradford Act of 1963'1. described
following described property in Conservation:: property minutes East along' the Northerly boundary
Florida Road 16)). Bradford County. Florida. 253.023. Florida Statutes ((1986 Supplement certificates will be sold to the highest 8/20 2tchg 8/27
: of 25.04 f feet to
County.A portion of the SE 1/4 of theSE 1/4 of DATED this 17 day of August CLERK 1987. ). as amended. by Chapter 8796. bidder at the court base door on the the Easterly thereof boundary a distance of the right ol way . . . . . . . . .
Section 29. Township 6 South. Rang 22 GILBERT BROWN.Beulah Moody Laws of Florida and Sections 27th day of August 1987 at 11:00: A.M. of Epperson Street; run thence South 0

East. In th. CIty of Stark. Bradford By 215-57-219.83. Florida Statute (thaState Dated this 6th day of July. 1987. degrees, 30 minutes East along' said NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

County. Florida, and being more par OpuryCOnk8202Mg 8/27 Bond Act"), and shall bear Interest GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK Easterly boundary a distance of 410 loot REGISTERFICTITIOUS

ticularly described as Wows: at not exceeding the maximum Signature: BY: Beuloh Moody to point of beginning. From point of NAME
For point of refer one* commence at lawful rote of interest on the dote the Clerk of Circuit Court of BRADFORD beginning thus described continue South Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida

Ih. NW comer of sold SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 "RjBUC:HEARING Bonds are sold. County. 0 degrees 30 minutes East along' said Statutes, notice to hereby given that the
and run thence South 87 degrees. It The Bradford County School Board. The Clerk of this; Court to directed to Florida. Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feet undersigned. Glenda Epps. 242 Pratt St..
East the Northerly' boundary Starka. Florida will hold a Public Hearbig of this Order to Show 8/134tchg9/3 737 S.
minutes along cause a copy to a point ruc.lhence North 89 degrees, Stark. FL 32O91 Alan Greenberg.
thereof. a distance of 25.O4 feet toM on the following proposed Cause to be published once each week 30 minutes East a distance of 98.08 feetto Walnut St.. Starke. FL 32091. (joint

Easterly boundary of the right of way to Board Ru"6Gd-S.04 amend for three (3) consecutive weeks commencing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT a point; run thence North 1 degree, 10 owners, doing business under the firm

of Eooenon Street: run thence South 0 the grading system for rh*county school with me first publication which FOR BRADFORD, COUNTY FLORIDA minutes West a distance of 75 feet, more name of Foxy Clothes. 101 Edwards Rd..

degrees. 30 minutes East along said shall not be .less than twenty ((20) days CIVIL DIVISION or less, to a point bearing North 89 Starke, H 32091 Intends to register said
Easterly boundary a distance of 410... This public hearing. will be held n me prior to the date set for th. hearing CASE 86.173 degrees, 30 minutes East from point of fictitious' name under the aforesaid
of From point of School Board Room of the School Ad- of general circulation NATIONAL SANK
la point beginning. herein. In newspapers FLORIDA beginning; run thence: South 89 degrees, atu..
beginning thus. described continue South mtrwstrotive Offices. Set North Temple published hi Alachua. Baker Plaintiff 30 minutes West a distance of 97.21 feet Doted this 10th day of August A.D..

0 dagr_. 30 minutes East along said Avenue, S....... Florida an September$. Bay Bradford Brevord. Broword.Caihoun. vs. to point of beginning.and 1987 In Bradford County.

Easterly boundary a distance of 75 feet 1987 at 7 P.M. .Ohar Otte. Cirrus day. Collier. ALMA J. THOMPSON. you or. required to serve a copy 8/13 4tpd 9/3

to a point; run thence North 89 degrees The Uniform grading system for th* CaIu ..Ilia. Dade. DeSoto. DI.... Duval. Def 4ncIan.: of your written d.f....... If any to it on
30 minutes East a distance of 98.08 feet Bradford County School System will Ib* -- Flogler. Franklin. Godsden.Gilchrlst. NOTICE OF SALE the Plaintiffs attorney whose name and

to a point; run thence North 1 degree. consistent with vtoto tow. The system Glades Gulf. Hemando.Highlands. NOTICE .. hereby given that, pursuant address to TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE

minutes West a dl.tancaof 75 feet, more and interpretation is as follows: Hillsborough HoI_. Indian to the Final Judgement entered In Case Terence M. Brown P.A., Post Office
or less, to O point bearing North 89degrees. GRADE: A; PERCENT: 94 100:: GRADE liver Jackson. Jefferson.. Lafayette. Number 86-173 In the Grcult Court of Drawer 40. Starka. Florida 32091 on NOnCE OF APPLICATIONFOR

30 minutes East from point of POINT: 4: DEFINITION: Outstanding Pra- lake. Lee. a-.. levy Liberty. Madison Bradford County Florida. I will sell the or before 22 September 1987. and file TAX DEED

jlunlftji: fun thence South W davr30 -. .... Manatee Morion. Martin. Monroe. property situated In Bradford County the original with the Clerk of this Court NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that BOBBIE
minutes West a distance of 97.21 feet GRADE: B: PERCENT: 85 93: GRADE Nassau Okal__. Okeechobee. Florida described as: either Before service on Plaintiffs' attorney JEAN FRANKLIN the holder of tha

to point of beginning. POINT: 3; DEFINITION: Above Average Orange. Osceola. Palm Beach. Pasca.Pinellos. Parcel 2: South Vi of Lot 19 except oc Immediately thereafter otherwise following( certificates has filed said certificates

and you or* required. to serve a copy Progress 1'..... Putnam St. Johns. St. OW. and North 50 feet of Lot 30 except a default will be entered againstyou for a tax deed to be issued
of your written defenses..If any to ion GRADE: C: PERCENT: 79 84; GRADE lucl. Santo Rosa. Sarasota. Seminole ROW of Section 18. Township 9 South. for the relief demanded In the com sr.on. The certificate numbers and

the Plaintiffs'attorney.whose name and POINT: DEFINITION: Average Pro- Sumter. Suwonnee. Taylor Union. Range 22 East as per mop or plat ofyoodlown plaint or petition.WITNESS years of Issuance, the description the
address to TERENCE M. BROWN ES Volusia. Wakulla. Walton and recorded In Plat Book No., my hand and the seal of sold property. and the names in which it was
QUIRE.Terence M. Brawn. I'A. Post Of- 8'5ADE. D:: PERCENT: 65 74: GRADE Washington Counties. Florida page 17. of the public records of Bradford Court on this 18 day of August 1987. assessed are as follows: Certificate No.

y Bat Drawer 40. Stork.Florida 32O9I.on POINT: 1; DEFINITION: lowest Accep- DONE AND ORDERED In Chamber at County. Florida containing 5.496 GILBERT S. BROWN 119; Year of 1._. 1985; Description

or .before 22 September 1967. and file table ProgressGRADE Tallahassee. lean County. Florida this ./.. more O** ..*.. Clerk Circuit Court of Properly: Tax Parcel 024764I74O4
the original with the Cork of this Court : F; PERCENT: 0 64: GRADE 17th day of August 1987. Parcel* 3: lot 30. 31. and 34 In By: Martha S. John. Lots 4.9.6 7. 81k 17. Knights S/D. Nome

either before service an Plaintiffs' ..-. POINT: 0:; DEFINITION:: Lowest Acceptable BY:William C Garry WOODLAWN. per plat thereof In Plot Deputy Clerk in which assessed: Frank Green Estate.

tomay or \INnedIofeIy thereof''.otterwlse Progress Circuit Judge Book 1. pogo 17. of th. public records of TERENCE M. BROWN ESQUIRE All of sold property being In the County
a default will beentere.. against- GRADE: PERCENT: 0; GRADE POINT' : CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE Bradford County. Florida. EXCEPT the TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. of Bradford. State of Florida.Unlesr .

you for the relief demanded In the ash 0: DEFINITION.pIet.. I do hereby certify that true and cooact North 50 feet of Lot 30. and that portion Attorneys for Plaintiffs -such certificate or certificates

plaint Osf This .,stem to eHecttve with the copiss of th. Complaint and .... of lot 30 lying West of SR 225-A. In Section Post Office Drawer 40 shall be redeemed according to law the
WITNESS myyhhand and... seal.of said. 1987-88 school year for afl students.The Order In th. above-styled action haw 18. Township 9 South Range 22 Stark., Florida 32091 property described hi such certificate or

Court on this 18 day of August. 1987. effective dale of the cumulative 1.5 been served on Curtis A. Golden. State Cast. 8/20 4tchg 9/10 certificates will be sold to th. highest

GILBERTS. grade caaverage for required Attorney far the First Judicial cIrcuit of at public sale. to th. highest bidder for bidder at the court hose on the 23nIcloy

Clerk Circuit Court course to 198647 school Florida. P.O. Box 12726. Pensacola. cash. at the front door of the Bradford NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn of September. 1987.
By Martha*.Johns year to the 1988-89 school y.ar.This Florida 32579 William N. Meggs. toN County; Courthouse hi Stark. Florida.at Dated this 7th day of August. 1987.

Deputy Oerit '.dverrisemaW Ie In compliance Attorney for 1. Seed JudIdaCrCUIf 11:00( A.M. on tha 17th day of VICTOR JONES. Rt. 1. GILBERT
TERENCE M. MOWN. ESQUIRE with...Florida Statutes.Chapter 120.54 of Florida 500 lewis Stata Bank 8/17/87 Oerk.Circuit Court
Saptember.I987. FLA. 32622.
TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. as enacted by the 1974 Florida BuUdmg Tallahasse. Florida 32301; GILBERT S. BROWN Box 2221. BROOKER. By: Beuloh. Moody.
for water use permit
Attorneys) for rlcHfftnfra legislature.Jhn Jerry M. ..... Stale Attorney for III. AS CLERK OF SAID COURT made application for an daily Deputy Clerk
2.87.00090 overage
Post Off lea Drawer 40 Duncan SupsrintendsntBradford Third JudIcIal OrcuM of Florida. P.O. Beuloh Moody 8204tdig910r.p"A :

Stark. Florida 32091 County Schoois Brainier 144. 215 Fine Avenue Live By. Deputy Clerk withdrawal of 0.0009 waters million located gallons In .. .... ..... .. . . . .. . .
S/2OItclp 9/10 8/13 Stchg 8/27 Oak. Florida 32060; T. Coward Austin. 8/6 4tchg 8/27 per day from ground

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Ancient Canoes Raised in KH b rMa .Yin.

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ByAreUter night. So Mrs. Henderson was kind The truck traveled cautiously but ,y fir
UUlEAtiIar enough to babysit the canoes until still the fragil condition of the canoes '
For nearly a year Mr. Mar weceuldget back to get them.was caused a rippling action to occur and r '.- ., Jn -
Henderson at Keystone Hetgbts has like having a canoe nursery" by the time the truck reached
been the official guan&an of ucieat Henderson said. Stricklin's farm the canoes were immediately -
canoes that were placed in Lake When the canoes were first watered down, a process
Geneva. On Weib.& y.August 19. Stricklin's workers that would continue during the trip r Y r
a Croup of arcbeoJogfsta raised the the University took samplings of the to Tallahassee. t yJM.
canoes,a first step m the begfanJas canofs. These samplings revealed Getting the canoe out of the small y'a.
of a unMyie u'cjervation' process that the smaller of the two canoes pond at Stricklin's farm was an easy
that will take two years. has a radio carbon date of 1,000y chore with the help of Stricklin's
The canoe were originally and the larger canoe Is about employees and utilizing heavy
discovered at Strmklm Peat Farm J2O: years old. equipment to load the canoe onto the
near Keystone Heights and are officially The Keystone area is rich in ancient truck. It took one more stop at Lake 4 e
I the property of OUie canoe finds and Newsome said Hampton in the Starke area where ,'
Stricfciui. owner of the farm. nearly% of state-wide canoe finds another former canoe find was load-
I Because ancient canoes cannot are coming from Clay and Putnam ed onto the truck, before the opera-
I always be found fat conjoin1 lion with counties. Two other canoes are tion was completed.
a canniest timetable for restoration. known to be located in Keystone Dave Muncher with the Florida
". these canoes were removed lakes awaiting theirturn for the date Department of State in Tallahassee, Ky4yI
from the peat farm and placed in with the preservation process. beaded back to the capital with the
Lake Genera where the lake water Newsome attributes the canoes to canoes where a new preservation
would act as a natural preservativeuntil the Tamaucan Indian tribes that apparently process using refined sugar will be
they canoe could be removed. were numerous in the lake used to restore the canoes.
Lee New. some. a graduate student region daring early civilized times. The canoes will be studied,
at the Umvernty of Florida The dugout canoes were hulled by a preserved and it will be up to Ollie -
wbo is seated with the Florida burn fire method and were Strlcklin as to where the canoes will Secrets to be Found.
State Museum, led Wednesdays made kmgleaf pine trees.Once be publically displayed. Newsome ..
relrieral operations. Newsom bad the Seminoles settled in Florida said that the canoes as with mostSee Researchers from the University of Florida begin brThe artifacts were trasfered to a balding pond to I
nothing but praise for Striekfin and they began using tools and uttllzeriCypress (( Canoes..P.3B) Inglng an ancient Indian canoe out of It's watery grave. Keystone Heights.
Henderson. She said she asked trees for their canoes
Henderson to keep the canoes Kewsome said. L- _. .... "'...."... ;;."." -;:- .". .. ,
because her Lake Geneva property In order to lift the water logged ; -
skirted a cove where Newsomefefttbe canoes from Lake Geneva workers
canoes would be undisturbed.Henderson placed three straps around the based
said she apt a watchful the canoe. With a "beaveho" the **! ""
eye on the Cannes. As weeks canoes were lifted from the water
turned into months,she was beginning and up a small incline to a waiting
to wonder if they'd ever be flatbed truck took six adults to get
retrieved. the first canoe out of the lake and onto
Td ask fisherman who came into the truck. But that was the small
the area not to fish there. If they canoe. Hard as they tried workers
wouldn't lave rd throw rocks into could not budge the larger canoe,
the water to scare off the fish.I was but when word reached OUie
always so afraid somebody would Stricfchn that researchers were having -
get curious and them"Bender- trouble getting the canoes out,
son s d.1'becaaoes. within 20 minutes he arrived on the
were submerged in the scene with a crew of workers. The
cove off Henderson's lakefront home man. fully dressed never hesitatedfor
and then covered: in canvas. When a moment to enter the lake andhelp
workers entered the waste deepwater with the operation.
Wednesday,and removed the Just as they were lifting the canoe
canvas they found the canoes justas from the water. Dan Scanlan
they bad left them. reporter from Channel 17 news in
When workers entered the St. Jacksonville arrived on the scene
Johns Rio to retrieve a canoe that with camennan R.Michael Rue UI.
bad been discovered by sheriffs TIle operation was broadcast on
deputies ka Lake Magnolia",the river Cbannem that evening.- *- -
ted been a busy;workers found... After retrieving the canoes the
canoe was in pieces: and unable to be group of researchers headed out to tr / -- / '-
salvaged Strickhn Peat Farm where a newly
-When the canoes were discovered discovered canoe was to be loaded
at Mr.SIricJ D'.farm we removed onto the truck
them so be could continue bis opera It was rather awesome to watch
t Gas.But they have to be kept wet or two ancient canoes in the back of a
they will disintegrate almost over State truck traveling down CR 214. .1

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R... $25 BCT Staff WriterIn take Hoover were basically un/ majority of the people." recovery under way which came to1
1929 Herbert Hoover, a because they did not why change it? Why not continue be known as "The New Deal"
Throughout shop Republican, was inaugurated presi measure up to the needs of the time i to operate under the old methods Roosevelt's inaugural address'
dent. According to Gordon V.Axon, namely a new philosophy of some that had proved so reliable in the I placed the blame on those who con
author of"The Stock Market Crashof measure of public control over all past? trolled business, and on"the money
1929," the final upheaval was those aspects of life that provide the Hoover tried, but he was hostage changers, who have fled," says Ax|
'' ,, '" a's Sftear already under way, and couldn't public's well being. to the old way of doing things,and a on.One
jen Design have been stopped,regardless of the Hoover was a humanitarian, new day was dawning. of his first steps was to close
party in power. Hoover was not to whose' exploits in feeding hungry'' Franklin Delano Roosevelt was all the banks in the nation, in a
In the Tand.r' Loving Car center" blame for the crash. WWI have been elected in November, 1932, and In- "bank holiday," and allowed only
"We lair keep looliwt oodH However, Axon says, Hoover's documented, and helped propel him augurated in March, 1933. those which were solvent,to re-open.
you thoughts were attuned to the old Into the White House. However, Axon says "He (Roosevelt) was The Bank of Starke was among the
HO S. Thompson IN Mile NORMAN B/dy belief that industry and finance "Hoover had operated all his life,, wily, tough and ruthless." He used, group that was unable to open underits
should be left alone and that,if they under a system that had succeeded and expanded, the powers of the own directors during the bank
964-4151 were, the people would fare well. better than any other in providing presidency to take vigorous action in, holiday,in March 1933.
On or about March 10, 1933, State
Comptroller J.M. Lee, under whose
jurisdiction all state banks operated,
allowed the Bank of Starke to reopen -
Winn-Dixie for the purpose of "making
change, opening safety deposit
boxes, cash government checks and
receive cash deposits in accounts to
be held intact as trust accounts."
The bank had to await official permission
Lt.BtAM from Washington, before
; enlarging on the services.In .
late March, 1933, ComptrollerLee
appointed Paul B. Hale,
QUANTITY RIGHTS DeLand, as cor"ervator, explainingthat
PRICES GOOD ..DESERVEDWINNDIXIE .., a conservator differed from a liquidator
THURS. WED., --- in that a conservator's duty -
was to conserve the assets, and
AUG. 27 SEPT. 2, 1987
return the bank to solvency,if possi-
ble, whereas a liquidator responsibility -
was to sell the assets and
make distribution to the depositors.
HAS LOW PRICES YOU During the period, prior to Hate's
appointment,local stores were forc-
ed to pay cash for merchandise and
supplies, and sold principally for

CAN DEPEND ON DAY IN & DAY OUT.SO currency Hale checks to declared a,in or halt.the on business credit.the bank The communitycame passingof would

operate on a restricted basis,with 5
percent being paid to depositors.The .

you can Count on a Lower Total vator Telegraph of are the working bank reported, and diligently the, "The conser-and officers

harmoniously to bring about the best i
Food Bill time possible results for everyone con- j I
every you shop. cerned.In the meantime,the bank is
open for ordinary banking accom I
modations. Deposits at this time are
to be held in trust, subject to payment
in cash on demand or to the
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: depositor's check. Practically all of
the bank's patrons are making use of
STARKE its facilities at this time."
470 W. MADISON ST. E.S. Matthews, president of the
bank, blamed the problems on the
bond market,which had fallen to unprecedented -
'. lows.A .
: month later, in April, 1933, Hale
-1 r (QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED was continuing to pay depositors 5
percent of their deposits, and the
MUSSELMANAPPLESAUCE UNTRIMMED $ 97 majority of the depositors were
99cG.B.CNOICT 2 transferring their money into new
checking accounts, to be held in
; MR . La trust. There were no restrictions on
1 / the accounts, and they were subjectto

ASTOR .. r- r. 1'W. \ 1 :: *. .. rr" '. $' talk checking of reorganizing at all times the bank.There.was .' i
I I 5e / 1'28 '';ComptrouerLeesaidhewoudysk)
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SALT . . .2.ft. f 4' r' HAM ."Li" ""IhS legislature to enact laws to
facilitate re-org plans. '
,. I COUNTRY STYLI or %-'L a DOWN LEAN MEATY For the next three and one half I
VIVA CTc KPORK years, the Telegraph would have little
$197 to say about the Bank of Starke.
J Of50oz. ; The bank would continue to operateon
. ? SPARERIBS .La a restricted basis,with a new con-
1 m .i/ y SEEDLESS RID 0RAPM orTHOMSPON SKDLISS servator, CL. Stockwell being appointed -

--- SUNBELT ,/' WHITE koc Talk of to re-organization replace Hale. continued,
47e ., but nothing came of it. Depositswere
JiFF' TOWELS . ROLL a; : GRAPES . La received and checks process
,'.., ed, but no loans were made. In order
corn 1- HARVIST PRISH for deposits to be held in trust, cost

jm* JIFFY CORN 1 De .,., PRUNEPLUMS of charged operating to current the bank deposits.could Comp-not be

38e troller Lee decreed that service
f < 'ft K(? charges had to defray operating ex
'. penses.
The Farmers and Dealers Bank in
HAWAIIAN,, PREMIUM 7c Lake Butler continued to operate as
99c Q a full service bank, and local
64oz.SI2E. I business borrowed
PUNCH OSUPIIIRAND men money from
. .La
llddlBSII oo-CT.SMALL,48-CT. MIDIUM or 37-CT. LARGE WITH ILASTIC it.In November, 1936, The Florida
avau LEGS National Bank group applied for a
; ; I. ; DISPOSABLI ORANGE $ 98 charter to locate a bank in Starke. .
'0- KUDDLES II 39 Conservator Stockwell opposed the
$ JUICE 1SUPEIBRAND application, and Comptroller Lee
R.1i 6 . .GAL
stated that a charter would not be
,I j f';;: DIAPERS . PKG.frPK.(. jII issued to the Florida National Bank

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Library Presentation Indian <
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seventy persons attended a everything.If a man leaves his wife, that no white man has. ever witnew-
presentation on Indian customs at he does so only with the clothes on ed them. l ,
the Bradford County Public Library his back.
The desecration of Indian burial,
on Thursday, Aug. 20. Chief Little Many of those attending the grounds concerns many Indians and 1
Dove Buford. the Principal Chief of presentation were curious as to howa non-Indian people.Chief Buford ask-
the Southeastern Cherokee and person could be classified legally ed the audience how they would outs, ssaaM
Creek Tribes was the guest speaker. as a Native American.According to react if their great-grandfather
Accompanying Chief Buford to Chief Little Dove a person with as graves were dug up and their bones aNOA
Starke were Chief Running Buck little as 15% Indian blood can be exhibited?
Buford the Reservation Chief, and termed a Native American.Persons Chief Running Buck describedhow so'6
Matron Thelma Burns interested in Joining the tribe must the Indians hunted with spears 30 outh tar e 964.607 1
Chief Little Dove explained how complete an application for and blow-guns. He showed the audience -
she and other Indians in the area membership. This application includes several examples of these .
have established the Cox-Osceola Indian an ancestry chart showing Indian traditional Indian weapons.
Reservation in Orange Springs, ancestors.Tracing one's Indian Chief Running Buck also explained -
Fla. This reservation Is only one ancestor Is not an easy thing to do.A the significance of the ceremonial
year old and is still In the process of sample tribal membership form Is dress he wore to the presentation. SUPER STEAK SALE
being built.It is hoped that a general available at the Library for copying Many fine pieces of Indian craft-
store and an Indian school will be added Indian Laws are still enforced on work were displayed at the presen- ,
to the reservation In the near the reservation. The severity of the tation. Craft Items Included bead -- <
future.The Chief kept the audience's punishment is dictated by the type work, painted turtle shells,jewelry,
attention with her accounts of Indian crime committed. leather items, weapons (knives, Family Pac Porterhouse
life and lore. The medicine man still plays an spears and blow-gun)and clothing. T-Bone Steak
Little Dove explained to the audience important role in the life of the tribe. Herb Thomas, the adopted father Steak
that Indian women have been He keeps the secrets of the past alive of Chief Little Dove and Jong-time
"liberated" for a number of years. for the next generation.Many of the friend of the tribe, helped sponsorthe ; Chicken3Breast $3.69 ib. ./
In Indian norlefv. the woman owns Indian ceremnnf are no sacred .
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drew a large crowd of onlookers as Chief Running Buck customs and beliefs.DENMARK .

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artifacts studied by the State,wouldbe t / ttI $5.99Ui F19 ''lb
I returned'to the county In which 3/4 PINT ,
they were found. ''Strlcklln"'lI8idbecause :< '.. ,,
the canoes were found In the
Keystone Heights area, this is the I
part of Clay County where he wouldJike I La-Z-Boy *':; m "' 1 .. '. .". ;'
them to stay.
Newsome said the efforts of
Henderson and Stricklin have allowed '
a part of Florida's heritage to be
preserved for all times.
Basically they have preserved a I
part of the State's heritage," said I
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4 SECTION August 27, 1987

KH Christian Singer/Songwriter.

Goes to Nashville to Continue CareerBy

Anne Sponholti.LRM Editor blooming career was when she attended filled A; :; 1rM
She's pretty she's talented and airways when a D.J. TV In Melrose and her mom,Nancy, 4
the Dove Awards In ___
she's played one of her songs and Introduced owns Melrose Florist. Tresa
on her way down the road of says
Nashville recently. While there she her as "the from her parents have been two of her
girl biggest
success. Tresa Buz, at 19, Is a credit participated in seminars sponsored Melrose". zr y
to her community and the Christian supporters, along with brother
by the Gospel Music Association
Tresa has Carl.
of life performed on many occasions -
way she avidly affirms in her
where she got a first-hand look into
travels toward at Christ Evangelical Tresa also has a lot of big sup-
success. Her the writing and publishing business. Lutheran Chruch where she and her porters from those who have beard
all.message" simple: "Christ did it "It was so neat!" Tresa said bubbling parents are members. her perform. The mail just keeps
Tresa with the enthusiasm that will She already has a concert pouring in at the Buz home.
daughter of
Roger and be a hallmark in propelling schedule ,
probably "You
planned and one of her just wouldn't believe the
Nancy Buz of Melrose is
music singer and song, writer.a Christian She her toward success in the competitive stops will be back in Keystone mail.She has really been an Inspira- I
has just moved to Nashville in order music industry. Heights to perform at her church. tion to the young people. These are
Although she hasn't had a song Other areas kids talking right from "
their heart
to be closer to the across the country ,
and music business produced; with a big label yet, she's where she will be performing include Roger Buz said. .
to come her opportunities way. that are sure and working her her war toward to the Nashville big time New Jersey, Minneapolis, Success hasn't gone to Tresa's Thinking Big...
Tresa move Orlando and Jacksonville. head, and she is quick to give the
little began performing in publicas marks her upward move. Five songs This summer she did a concert for credit to where she feels it belongs. Tress Bui of Melrose hat big plant In the Christian Music business andIs !
a girl when she d sing In that Tresa sings and wrote the lyricsare off to start.
Gainesville the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran "The most important thing is getting already a promising
or at benefits with her
now being played radio station I,
on -
dad's band. Church International Youth Rally the message of Jesus out to the
88.3 out of Starke. where she performed for 1200 people. My gifts aren't anything I
She took up the piano at 10 and
in age Tresa moved to Nashville on youths from across the world. Her do. They are all what He has givenme
early teens she entered a August 14 with her friend and work. tape was on sale following the concert ," Tresa said. FOREMOST PRIcE WIsE
country music contest that gave her ing companion,Amanda Varian whois seta
and was sold out almost Im *"
studio.It her first. exposure to recording in a from Hawthorne. She now has a mediately.This As "the girl from Melrose" works fwnt Prices
producer and he is working hard to same tape will soon be hard toward the big break that will gts tu- Good
turned wasn't long before her music get a recording contract for Tresa. available at the Promise Shop on mean a record album and recording 4comb ne to bring you Thru
directions and she was sing. Before she moved to the record Lawrence Blvd. in contract, the folks back home will not
ing and writing Christian music. capitol, she visited Nashville often Heights. Keystone doubt wish her well and be waiting to LOWER PRICE3 So + 4
One of the biggest moments of her and on A vent trip her pretty voice Tresa's dad. Roger, operates Buz hear more about her successes.

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I Flossie Wright Steele 10 a.m. in DeWItt C.Jones Chapel on Starke, died Wednesday, Aug 19-In. Cemetery with Rev. James T.Totnpkins -
ObituariesServices Mrs. Flossie E. Wright Steele died Friday?Aug 28 with Rev. Phillip Bradford Hospital following a long and Rev. Ralph Durham of
Tuesday, Aug. 25 in an automobile( Draayom officiating. Jones Funeral illness. ficiating. Burial was under the
! accident in Jacksonville.Mrs. Home of Keystone Heights is in Born Oct. 11, 1912 in LumbertonN.J. direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Held for Hazel Paulk, Steele was the daughter of charge of arrangements.In ., Mr. Sever was a pre-WW II Starke.
I Lucy Wright and the late Donald lieu of flowers, her family requests veteran of the Army and a retired
Former County Commissioner Wright of Starke. donations( to the Florida:Lung cabinet and furniture maker. He
Survivors include her husband, Assn., P.O, Box 8127, Jacksonville, was a Methodist. Mr.Hugh Colwell Sr.
Wiley, and three sons, DeWayne Fla. 32239 Survivors include his wife, Elsie Mr. Hugh C. Colwell, Sr., 83, of
Mrs. Hazel Underhill Paulk Assn. of County Commissioners, the Bias Bobby Solomon and Wiley Leona "El" Gura Sever of Starke. Melrose died Saturday, Aug 22 at

Mrs. Hazel Underhill Paulk, 751 Florida Forestry Fresh Assn.Fruit, Florida and Steele, Jr.. all of Jacksonville; four Mr. Ernest SeverMr. Graveside funeral services were (See Obituaries... P.7B)
Farm Bureau
widow of the late Dave Paulk of Assn., and the Florida brothers, Ernest< Padgett of Palm Ernest LeRoy Sever, 74. of held Friday, Aug. 21 at Santa Fe
Starke, died Thursday, Aug. 20 at Vegetable Extension, Services. Bay, Donald Wright, Jr., of Starke
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Bradford Hospital after an extended active in and William and Andrew Wright,
illness. Mrs. Paulk was also both of Jacksonville; three sisters,
She was a native and lifelong resident assisting In fund-raising Volunteer drives Fire for Evyonne Daniels of Columbus,Ohio,
of Starke,playing an important the Bradford County Donna King and Rhonda Sikes, both
in life and af- Departments for the purchase of Jacksonville.
community public
needed equipment. She was a Funeral services will be held WilLIAMS JEWELRY
member of the Madison
In 1975, Mrs. Paulk was appointedto charter Saturday, Aug 29 at 11 a.m., at
fill the unexpired term of her hus- Street Baptist Church. Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home, Family owned and operated
band and was elected to a full termin Survivors include two daughters, South Edgewood Ave.,Jacksonville.
1976, continuing in that office Sylvia Reddish and Faye Andrews, Graveside services will be con Announces their new location in the
through I960. both of Starke; one sister, Gladys ducted at : at Crosby Lake
Mrs. Paulk assisted her husbandIn Edwards and a brother, Jack Cemetery, Stare. Winn-Dixie Market Place
the operation of Paulk Construction Underhill, also of Starke; five
Co. unW his death, after which grandchildren, and two great- Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Saslwff! watch for Grand opening
she continued management of the grantchildren. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Sashoff 73,
company until her retirement Funeral services were held at 3 of Melrose, died Monday, Aug. 21 at
several years ago. pm. Sunday, Aug. 23 at Madison her residence following an extended
She was named Citizen of the Yearin Street Baptist Church, with Rev. illness.
1979 by the Starke-Bradford Coun- Gene Bass and Rev. Henry L. Born Feb. 21, 1914, in Columbia,
ty Chamber of Commerce,served as McKinney officiating. Burial was in Ala., Mrs. Sashoff moved to Melrosein
chairman of the Bradford County Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie 1956 from Sarasota She formerly
Library Assn.,the Board of the State Tanner Funeral Home in, _charge. attended the Melrose United
Methodist Church and was a former
Card of ThanksWe member of the Melrose Woman's St> :
Card Thanks
are deeply grateful to each and Club.
The brothers and sisters (and everyone for their pet of kindnessand Survivors include one son, RobertH.
their families) of the late Drew C. thoughtfulness during our time Vary of Melrose; brother,Marvin
Sweat join us in trying to express our of sorrow. We gratefully appreciatethe McCoIlum of Kingman, Arizona; EQUAL HOUSING
loving appreciation for the many food,cards, and many visits, but two sisters, Maxine Hilker of LENDERATTENTION
many expressions of sympathy andhelp most of all the prayers that were ex Chipley, Fl., and Sarah Blount of
rendered to us at the time of his by friends and neighbors. State Road, N.C
recent death. pTh Charles Williamson Family Memorial services will be held at

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These precious kindnesses, along Upholsery Shop presently on our waiting list for

with God's support, are helping us 304 E. Call St. Starke 964-7014 federal rental assistance In Bradford County, the Department of Com-
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face daily. Owned and Operated by Donna Beinert
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we are very grateful for their quick Housing and Urban Development (HUD), pursuant to 24CFR 882.209(8)( ).
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InjuredIn Rainey was charged with DOT, 1I De cttmop*,-fI..1D; and)prowling; according to Sgt. W. ..50 surety bond was posted. ,known Terry as Alexander Carl Lee Hill Green pled guilty alto:
driving while license suspended. '2's' stpertA.tC."-. C......Bond was set at $500 she officer without violence;
Silver LakeA Damage to the Pontiac was fUSOO, m mrnGncnraihitamiiftirf'BtiTilhr. Remains! In cuatDclJ'L John Bates, 49, was arrested Aug. opposing six months probation with
U-year-old boy received severe said Abrama. SB-11! lacerations of the body when he was ell lianas tts rile.. _"ly ins *"m Pkccy ria Keaton 19, was arrested Bates' blood alcohol content was .18
struck by a boat's propeller Sunday Man Found GuiltyIn was attempting tb amamite JLswisrIheaaBtfaDunfllbraeaodcniUitewittta August 2O for aggravated percent. He was released after a
afternoon In Silver Lake. One Day Trial wehidieaedaaI allsue.LawtsanIl- assault,. according to Lt. Glen $362.50 cash bond was posted.
Michael 'Mike' Myer of CR-315 in JAded 'IIMttb tike 1Cluttatm 1IItR iJIIpIIItca118B Stoat*.Bond was set at$1.000 hews FHP To Man
Clay County (with a Melrose ad- A 27-year-old Lawtey man was : :sbeo-lldtbIP lRdktDta released on Ala own recognizance.Coretiai Two SentencedIn CheckpointsBradford
dress) was flown by ShandsCalr to found guilty of resisting arrest : Circuit CourtTwo
Stands Hospital where his condition without violence and trespass after (the Mazda.ILcmaf wmoUe edIdup! Lynn Baugess 20, of CountyThe
Is listed as stable. According to warning in Bradford County Circuit liD!the flttda(DO 4BJ1C AlflE fltf tttV IIUIIdIo- Stark*.was arrested on a capais men were sentenced by Judge Florida Highway Patrol
Bradford County Emergency Services Court August 29. XWAV ADu:Ibe JBaVaOttaCD I eII III apim lite charging grand theft IL according to Osee Fagan August 10 in Bradford will be conducting driver license
Supervisor Cliff Chapman Tony Lamar Henderson was arrested ( OB HaC! (BfitaflaT AfflC..uDIIIdi &tD.IIDbIDUL favesOgator David Aderbolt and. County Circuit Court. and vehicle Inspection check-
Myer received severe lacerations on April U and charged with Deputy: Doug York.She was released Norman Horn found guilty of points during the week of August
the back of both legs, body and buttock resisting arrest with violence and !.ew.ill_a.l ll1IiIIIIIJIdI'IIlQI2bt dtrisv-! after ax $500 surety bond was violation of probation for aggravated 28 thru Sept. 3 on SR-21, SR-100,
as well as bi-feral fractures of trespass after warning of Tompkins waswhile IImIIDR i u inifa|| .utmd goWIdl. assault without a firearm; SR-230, SR-18, SR-18, CR-18,
As of preu.time Myer re Liquors Lawtey. The Jury ID the sun=. waa8te .... IItIIIIbia sentenced to the Department of Cor- CR-16, CR-21B, CR-225, CR-125,
maw In intensive care and faces one day trial found Henderson guilty : __ tarry a Lewis in custody,had an rections for two years, followed by CRCR- I, CR-227. CR-221.
future surgery but the doctors told of a lesser Included offense. 'X diLtfl (QAUDBABft ttB tflrlfvehicles ttthrce additional:charge of violation of probation two years probation. CR-230 and CR-100A In iradforICounty
Chapman Myer would not loose his Judge Osee Fagan ordered won KUWDHeccnt 'JIJiIme wwme msneptrtediqullxsontthee placed against him August 20, Neal Dewitt Palmer guilty of VOP .
presentence investigation on this { n.8ID- according: to Deputy Doug York. for burglary of a structure; sentenced
legs.Myer was swimming underwater case and a violation of probation Lewis was released after surety to DOC for 2tt years with credit Union CountyThe
August 23 approximately 2:45 charge which is pending against bonds totalling $10,000 were posted for time served. Florida Highway Patrol
p.m. accordingat to Wildlife Officer Henderson. Aiiuls; Our charges of aggravated battery, will be conducting driver license'
Jim Hubner,when be strayed 30 feet In Bradford 0-,1- criminal)mischief. battery of a law Change of Plea and vehicle inspection check
past the dock and designated swimming Semi Wrecks, Burns ; nitii'UMimnt officer and VOP. The following defendants were the week of August
area. A boat returning to the Near Ilts. 'Xhe SoJimMnig amBfltti! WHRNE nrrwfi* sentenced by Judge Fagan following 28 through Sept. 3 on SR-100,
dock struck.Myer. There have beenno Keystone t by i aral atrahmtntt: iIII Traffic their change of pleas August 17. SR-121, SR-231, SR-241, SR-238,
charges filed in what Hubner A semi tractor-trailer truck overturned County.Ortfay. Benjamin! : Olin Armstrong, 43, of Gary Dewayne Alderman pled CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, CR-125,
termed a freak accident. a and caught fire at 12:15 a jn. Hampton was arrested August 24 for guilty to escape; sentenced to DOC CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-796A In
Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire August 21. William,a&WH alterB9oorptaamamaaacmasalir driving: while license suspended for three years consecutive: with Union County.
Department responded lending The Mack truck failed to make the IJ8U ; !. ('OWLS)1) according to Trooper time lerving.
valuable assistance, according toChapman curve at the intersection d 43rd Hen: :than 3D;gcBuv eVooB 0nuBdta,$'" Phillip Kraszewski.He was released
,who responded in Rescue Lane near Keystone Heights when 11'1111 witbaut mmUman,amnnKflng after a surety" bond was posted. ,
61 with Paramedic Dan Cuddington. the driver said his brakes failed,AC Pahvlawa GoMid E.Bh. BOndI
cording to Trooper Kenneth was.m ad*7Bx31.me was---tI William Davis,36,was arrested NAME YOUR PLEASUREVisit
Driver Charged Ethridge.The driver tried to cut the tIIII:her_JIIII'I9'AugwttZ -- Aujp :2X::Bar driving under influence.
corner, the trailer went onto the WliUmnB masiBTIO q i l '- 0WL: $. according to Investigator
DUI in AccidentA shoulder and the tractor and trailer II'eStIId with IIbHiD1I Adernott He was released after. a

40-year-old Lake Butler man overturned, catching fire before the
was arrested for driving under in- driver got out. Keystone Heights
fluence August 21 after nis vehicle Fire Department and Rescue PHYSICAL THERAPY"JSSSOSf
responded but no one was
wrecked on CR-18A east of Dukes.
Ed L. Rainey, driving a 1980 Pon- transported. flSBEEHL PIY .1-
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off the Lake Butler was charged with driv-
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and veered to the opposite side careless driving, said Ethridge.
of the road.The vehicle then ran off Damage to the semi was (40,000.
the roadway,slid through a fence in-
to a wooded area and collided with a Improper Lane Change
tree, according to Trooper W. M. Causes 3-Car AccidentKeith
Rescue 51 responded to the 11:15 Dale Lewis 29, ,of
p.m. accident, transporting Raineyto Gainesville was charged in an accident -
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former resident of this area has Bahamas and Switzerland.The of possession of firearms by'a convicted convicted 9! bank robbery In for sports can. The Indictment indicted for helping were ten other
been arrested in California and 13-stato. eight-nation drug- felon, those charges Were Sarasota County.At that time the SO alleges he bought a new Porsche 928 defendants.The .
charged In a 13-state drug smuggling smuggling thai laundered millionsof later dismissed at the request of the arrested DeMirza on the possession and a BMW 633 CSI in 1981. One of ring distributed drugs
operation. dollars through offshore banks state attorney.In of weapons charge. He was released the racketeering acts Includes accepting throughout Florida and in California
Philippe Joel DeMirza the alleged has been smashed with an indict- January of 1961 DeMirza, then after a $10,000 bond was posted. a shipment of $590,000 in Colorado Georgia, Illinois,
ringleader, was arrested August 13 ment unsealed in Miami August 19, 29, of Melrose was living on the DeMIrza,represented by attorney gold Krugerrands from a New York Kansas, Kentucky Massachusetts,
by u. S. Marshals and Laguna accordmgtoKeUner. Lanler property on Little Lake Santa Cap Wilson\ of Gainesville,maintained company. Ohio, Vermont,Wisconsin. Alabama
Beach. California police after a The group imported cocaine and Fe when he reported the burglary of the guns belonged to someone The indictment came about with and.Texas, the indictment said.
high-speed chase In that West Coast marijuana from Colombia and. his home.Four guns were missing,a else. He also presented himself as the cooperation of Internal Revenue accused of
community, according to U. S. At- Jamaica, distributed it across the Lyman .45 caliber planes rifle, a the son of a deposed Iranian shiek. Service and Drug Enforcement Administration In Florida, the ring of is of
torney Leon Kellner. United States and then hid the profits Remington 12-gauge automatic Since 1981 authorities have had no agents across the country importing thousands pounds Pom-
"DeMirza was the top man," said in Caribbean and European companies shotgun, a antique six-barrel revolving contact with DeMina. ,as well as the U.S.State Depart- marijuana into Delray Beach,
Kellner. ,according to the indictment. black powder pistol and a HK 93 While in Bradford County he was ment.The ring has been"effectively' pano Beach, .Marco Island and Key
The suspect hired pilots, bought The ring, which imported tons of assault rifle rifle.The weapons were kept under close surveillance, he broken up" said Kellner. West.
planes, contracted boats and crews, marijuana and multlkilogram cocaine recovered by Clay County and owned a plane and hangar at the DeMirza faces 28 counts of DeMirza used some to the drug
identification arranged false shipments, operated from returned to Bradford County where Keystone Heights Airport. racketeering, drug and tax evasion proceeds to buy two properties said.in
for ring members and January 1978 to the time of the In- authorities returned them to DeMir Authorities thought he was involvedin that could net him a term of life imprisonment Delray Beach, the Indictment
channeled the money through the dictment in May of this year. drug activity but no one realizedthe plus 241 years, with at At this time DeMina owns no pro-
Netherlands, the Netherland Antilles DeMirza was arrested in Bradford Investigation of DeMirza througha extent of his Involvement. least ten years before he could be perty, at least under his name, in
the Cayman Inlands, thA County In Mav ""9 on four counts computer check found he had been DeMirza apparently had a taste considered for parole. Bradford County.

NewsBrie& Obituaries-

(From Page SB) di of Schenectady, N.Y., and Karen
his home following an extended il- Colwell of Glens Falls, N.Y.; three
lness. sons, Hugh C., Jr., of Middletown,
Union County Man over the Speedville area in Bradford areas near Lake Butler August 12. The aerial surveillance will con- Born Jan. 28, 1904 in Cherry N.J., Douglas of Schenectady, N.Y.,
Faces Sex County.Bradford. One patch found In a planted pine tinue in Union County, according to Valley, N.Y., Mr. Colwell moved to and John Bruce of Belmont, N.C.;
ChargesA County Sheriff's Department forest north of Lake Butler and near Whitehead.A Melrose in 1974 from St.Petersburg. sister Margaret Dougherty of
Lake Butler man was arrested and the Florida Department of CR-31B had 22 plants, according to He was a member of Greenfield Nutley,N.J., and six grandchildren.
and charged with sexual battery of a Law Enforcement spent nearly six Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.Many were Center Methodist Church, a retired Funeral services were held Mon-
15-year-old girl last week. hours In the air August 29 locating 10 to 12 feet tall. i proof-reader in the printing In- day, Aug. 24 in DeWitt C. Jones
Robert Siddons, employed by a eight separate marijuana! gardens In another wooded area west of dustry, a member of the Interna- Chapel with Rev. Leamon Ward of
tree surgery company, served which netted 328 plants. Lake Butler and south of SR-121,the 0u tional Typographical Union the ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of
alcohol to the girl about midnight The plants were six to ten feet tall, deputies and Florida Department of Florida Federation of the ARts and Keystone Heights in charge of ar-
August 3, according to Sheriff Jerry according to Investigator Don Den- Law Enforcement agents found 141 he bowled in the Phoenix Mixed rangements.In .
Whitehead, then Siddons allegedly ton and Sgt. Sammy Eunice. plants, most about four to six feet League. lieu of flowers, the family requests
had sex with the girl. Two of the pot gardens had water tall.No Survivors include his wife, Lois A. donations to North Central
Siddons, 34, lives in a Lake Butler supplies directly from nearby arrests were made and no racetrack In Venezuelahas for Colwell; three daughters,Janet Col- Florida Hospice, P.O. Box 233,
mobile home park where he was arrested residences. Additional arrests are suspects have been identified, horses.CBruce a swimming. pool well of Washington,D.C.,Linda Jor- Keystone Heights, Fla. 32656.
August 20 following an investigation expected as the investigation continues -- Whitehead said.
and placed under a .
$25,000 bond. The plants found on Tuesday were
At a bond reduction hearing Sid pulled and destroyed.
dons was later released on his own
recognizance. Pollock
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Locate 163 PlantsIn Board Certified Family Physician
Spot Union County
Pot in BradfordTwo
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arrests are pending as a Union County Sheriff's Office found
result of a Tuesday air-surveillance 163 marijuana plants in two wooded

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Bradford Union Girl Scout leaders Gateway Girl Scout Council Ser- r
are ready to go with exciting plans vice Team Conference was held in Tuesday evenings
for the 1987-88 scout year. Starke last Saturday at the
Leaders met August 25 to plan the Methodist Church. Eighty adult Girl Saturday morningsOur
calender and to co-ordinate all Scouts from 15 counties received
events.The Fall Roundup(Registration training, bragged about themselvesand i I
) will September 10 at the enjoyed a delicious meal
. elementry schools in each area all catered by Sonny's. Thanks to-
new scouts are asked to attend that everyone who helped make the day a
evening. Registered scouts need not success.
attend if they were in a troop last Representing BU were Andrea,
year and plan to stay in that troop Laurie, Carolyn, and Connie. office is located 88.
your leader should be in touch with behind SCHOOL SPECIAL'
BC Library Art Show Lake Butler .
you.Service Hospital
for the
Team Members
Don't miss the art exhibit at the
scout year include Neighborhood Bradford County Public Library. Hand Surgery Center shr

Chairman Chairmen Andrea Laurie Abrams Mullins; Cluster Two their talented art work adult on Girl display.Scouts Andrea have 850 East Main St., Lake Butler

(Southside), Mary Looney (Starke and Lila Rae were students at SFCC
Elementary), Connie Hinman Summer B Term Art FundamentalsClass. Call 496-0092 for an appointmentBlue .IIII
Barbara Reed (RJE)
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Betsy Hersey (Hampton-Brooker) Hint..look for the Starke com-
and Diane Tierney (Lake Butler); munity enthusiast and a Snoopy
Debbie Broome
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Treasurer-PR Carolyn Eaves; -- 30" GAS RANGE
Cookie Chairman Lila Rae Yawn;
QSP Chairman Judy Dukes.Andrea,
Laurie, Diane and Carolyn are also 1 $288GE
Trainers. BU has a new Field Director -
Sharon Brooks from trade-in $25
Gainesville. She will join us
September 3. Welcome Sharon and
ST members. ".
welcome new -
There will be no fall campout for .f -
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schedule and other events, howevera
birthday party campout is NATIONAL ..
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leaders have said they wanted in the ., TELEVISIONS r
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.tub- 13 ACRESI ("'/, acres cleared rest 'In '
mltt.d to the Bradford County 1973 MOTORHOMEt $3,900. 4311050. goad timber)< 2 BR mobile home usedas BUILDING and/or restaurant
T.I.graph office In writing and paid In 8/20 4tchg 9/10 a rental at entrance of property. equipment for lease. Will sell equipment .
advance un I... cr.dlt It already Several Across from Santa Fe
1974 FAN LEE LINER CAMPER good con- money-making pecan trees separately '
established with this office. dltlon. air heat, sleeps 6. $1950. around mobile home. $28,000, You Community College Best restaurant i\.J\
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 964.6805 after 5 p.m. Itchg 8/27 Finance. Call for appt. 964-6305 days or location In town. 964-7188. 8/6 tfnchg :.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 22 FT. MOTORHOMEt Douglas on Chevy 964-6493 after 6 p.m. TFo| FOR LEASES 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South next [L Cecelia_ Terwlllegarl REALTOR
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER chassis, self-contained, nice Inside and LOT IN CITYI $6,000., Call 964.5764; after to United Realty 964.8848, 964-8447,
THE TELEPHONE. out. 6 cyl. Industrial engine, 3 sp..d. 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn or eves, .73.362716 tfnchg 'w'We:Make: 'fie" rt
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY Sleeps/ 6. $2,950.964.8503 alter 4 p.m. 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. 8/27 2tpd 9/3 Into 10 acre or more tracts, 964-7771 or WANTEDWANTED
Classified display deadline TUESDAY, 964.4537.5/14 TFchg ......COMMERCIAL....
5:00: P.M. Special Classified, display 1.27 ACRES) shady, close to lakes Southof 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 240'on 301, great value $ 37,000
plac.m.nt Is NOT Guaranteed. BUSINESS Stark. Call 282-3057 eves 8/27 TO RENT 1 yr. min, 3 BR, 2 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
Minimum charg. for classified ads Is OPPORTUNITIES 4tchg 9/17 bath house, large yard, within 10 milesof 301 N: approximately. 150'x approx. 220'* $125,000
15 words for $3.SO th.n 15 cents for Camp Blanding. No children.
301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option? S 93.000
each word thereafter. 473-4674. 8/204tpd 9/10
northAmerlcan Van lines n..dsown.rop.ratorsllt 301 S: 193'301 frontage S 85,000
BOATS you need training, 301 and Washington Street 262.5. 105' $ 91,500
we will train you. You will operate 4 301 S: 270 ft.on 301, approx. 2 acres $150.000

your own tractor. If you don't have ....ACREAGE.....
BOORUM JET BOAT 18 ft., 460 c.l. Ford one, northAmerlcan offers a purchase .
: AcceIerare d.ReaI Rd. 100 East, 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7,000
.ngln. with chrom. "goodies", drlv. that
program we Is one of the y/DC. 105th Ave., Lawtey: 2 /, acres cleared $ 8.000
on trall.r. Extra harp. Lt.bluemetalflake. best In the Industry. If you are 21 or
438 This has $438,000Lawtey
Must sell. $4,750 over and think you may qualify, call fora Hampton acres. property everything
OBO. 7823660. TFm| complete information package. Call : : S acres 105th Ave., good Investment $ 13,000
1979 BASSTRACKERi 16 ft., 40 hp M.r- weekdays: TOLL FREE 1-800-348-2I91, 964-4544 Rd 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide open paces $ 26,000
cury Mlnnkota trolling motor Hummingbird ask for operator 97. fcan 87-355 Flume Rd., 9 acres loins Country Club. Condos?Time Share? $ 49.000
depth finder driv.-on trailer. FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE, full or part. 1520 s. Walnut St. m Rd. 16 East: 9 acres, 2MH hook-ups $ 45.000OklawahpRiver,3beautifulacresriv.rfrentoge
782-3497 or 9647827. Itchg 8/27 time. There's a $600 million market In 15,000
LOVELY HOUSE BOATi 43 ft., $13,900 emergency responder "Personal Panic I A I (Hwy. 301 S.) LIJ Primitive Baptist Church Rd.: 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
cash or $18,000 trade for land or house Alarms". Senior citizens, women Starke. FL septic tanks poles, owner finance $ 50,000Or
.qulty. Has 2 BR, living room den full alone, convenience stores who need REALTOR will split each $27,000
modern kitchen and bath with two air police, fire dept., ambulance immediately Wayne E. Douglas MSA Brownlee: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82.332Boyless
conditioners. May rent. Docked at Total dollar commitment as Hwy 50 acres, frame home A egg farm
Green Cove Marina. 4739055. Itchg our dealer Only $3,980 Includes Designated AppraiserS Owner finance"eggs-actly"what you need $250,000
8/27 demonstration equipment Inventory .
training sales aids etc. No age limit Homes/ Lots/ Acreage/ Waterfront .....HOMES....
ANIMALSFOR no experience. Toll free: / Farms S Commercial Keystone Heights Townhouse, Geneva Spring, 2,265 sq. ft.,
1-800-823-6482 Mr. Brown. fcan 3 BR, 3 Ba,2 car garage & 2 space,90% financing $ 84.000

SALE 873..9.OWN FARM FOR SALE 41:1-: ACRES- 3DR,2 BA Block home,Fireplace 310 Lafayette St., 2/2. CHSA fruit trees charming $ 49.500
YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Francis St.: 3 BR, 1 Ba, CB privacy fence back $ 33.000
w/ uck Stove Swimming Pool,Some Land in Pasture, to Farm &
some Ready
ROTTWEILER PUPS $300 each 964-4238.
STORE choose from: Jean/sportswear, Melton Terrace: 3 BR. 2 Ba, CB CHSA, Convenient comfortable $ 49,500
8/13 tfnchg ladies apparel mans, children/mater. Wooded Areas Fenced and Cross Fenced Creek Runs through Back of Property 1240 Blanding St.: 4 BR, 2 Bo, n.wlyr.mod.led.lik.n.w S 44,000
nity, large sizes, petit., 32'X 36'Cypress Bam$140,000. Alvarez Court: 2 BR, 1 Ba, landlord off your payroll $ 20.000
FINANCIAL SERVICESNEED dancewear/aeroblc, bridal lingerie or JUST REDUCED-Owner financing on this Old Fashioned Frame Home 4BR. lake Butler: 4 BR, 2 Ba, 9o years+ memories $ 26,000Rd
accessories store. Add color analysis 2BA.CILIA Just Painted Inside and Out, f Has 1BR, IBA Apartment w/sepamte 100 across New River Bridge, MH-3.33 acres- 47.500
HELP Brands: Liz Claiborne, Gasoline, Entrance } acres,48900. adjoining 3.66 acres no residence seclusion 12.000

We buy houses, FHA or VA Mortgages Healthtex, L.vl.) Lee Camp Beverly ANTIQUE BRICK HOME W/SWIMMINGPOOL/ : ;/ Formal Living dining Edwards Loop: 3 BR, 2 Ba,1 1 acre, let's go country $ 62.000
Hills St Michele, Chous, Outback Red and Pratt 2/1 frame dream S
Some Conventional. Elaine 473-2438 Orange : handyman's 25,000
Genesis, Rooms 3BR, 3BA Family Room w/Fircplace, Large Screened Porch w/DBQ
Brenda 473-3672. 7/9 2tchg 7/16 Forenza Organically Grown Breaker-3/2brick and frame, Shady Oaks Sub.,extra lot $ ....000
over 2000 others Or $13.99 One Price Grill, Guest House w/Bath, Pool has diving Board and ocher Accessories,VA
Meng Dairy Rd. 2.25 acres 3/1 CB CH/A, so near S "0.000Cro.by
PERSONALS Designer Multi-tier pricing discount or Assumable Mortgage,4 Lots. Lake and canal MH, corner lot live and fish S 42,000
!: family unbelievable shoe for store.quality Retail shoes normally prices. NICE, NEAT FRAME HOME 2BR. I DA.Stove,Rcfri..Dishwasher, Ceiling Crosby Lake Canal: 2 BR. 1 Ba CH/A frame $ 41.000

ALONE?? Call BRINGING PEOPLE priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 Fans, CILIA Large Screened Porch.22'x 30' Barn, 3.9 Acres Good Price. Kingsley Lake Village: 2 BR, I Ba. Frame, 5 lots Income S 29,500

TOGETHER I Starke's most respected brands 2600 styles. $14,800 to $26,900: LIVE TII E SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE 3BR/1 BA Frame,and DW Mobile .....IOTS....
dating service since 1977. All ages Including Inventory, training fixtures grand Home in Excellent Condition w/covered Patios and Carport,Well &Septic, Lakefront Lots 8 Lake access Lots S 9,000
senior citizens opening, airfare, etc. Can open 15 Blueberry Plants& Pecan Trees,6.92 :T Acres. Prices range from to
1-800-648-4401. 4/2 tfn 8/27 days Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8886555. Itpd ROilINSANDROSES2BR2DABlock Home, Extra Large LivingDiningArea $21.000Country

NEW SINGLES INTRO CLUBI Meet pre- 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES: Sunal- Family Room Breakfast Room Kitchen has Plenty of Cabinets,Garage on 3 Club Estates: 2 lots. Acre each (S 7,500
qualified men or women, this area, WOLFF Tanning beds SlenderQuest Acres. ($ 8.500
who share your Interests and want to Passive Exercisers Call for free color EASY DRIVING TO CECIL FIELD Brick,5BR 2BA.Split Floor Plan. Klngsfey Lake Village: 2 lots $ 4,500
meet you Low cost, results Crosby lake Lot 2: Make Offer $ '17.000
catalogue. Save to 50%
Living Room w/Fircplace Formal Dining Room, Kitchen wlPlenty of Cabinets&
guaranteed. Free confidential details
18002286292. icon 87-352 Washington and Cherry: 2 lot* $ 8,000
NEW HORIZONS P. O. Box 361, snack Bar, Utility Room Garage,on t Acre. Winding Tree Lake: lot 746 Florida Frontier $ 15,000
Zephyrhllls, Fl 34283-0361. icon 87-353 QUIET AND PEACEFUL Block Home 3BR.2BA.Family Room CH/A, After Hour
-. i Range Refri.,& DUfiwashcr.'l.TS\ ,'sIP,Chain Link Fence. Nice Property. "Pauline Randolph' 4-3J3
---- COMPLETE THIS-2-STORY IMR HOUSEi9BR>.!JBA'l'lJf rai LNttrf&<''' John Longford-MdsterAppraMe'r' ""-22'"f" |

AIM cross'America Dining Rooms Recreation Room Utility Room,Large Front& Back Porches;7.6 -Anne Terarillegar Nelson '' 473-7541
Acres. Randy Cory 475-257
BROKER WALK TO SCHOOL Block Home 3BR. I 1/2/ BA Living Room.

Dining-Kitchcn Combo,Central Heat,35900.

REALTY COUNTRY LIVING .Brick Home.3BR, 1 1/2 BA,Range & Rcfn.. Well &
Septic,Nice Lot
Broker SHADE TREES AND PORCHES 3BR/2BA Doublewidc.Well & Septic. 1 72
Acres, $33,000. HERITAGE VILLAS
838 N. Tempi Ave

(U.S. Hwy. 301)) Bus. ((904)96.4-8931) SELECTED PROPERTIES 700 Bradford Court in Starke

Stark, FL 32091 Re.. 473-3096 .
:2 Lots In Northeast Section of City COMING SOON -
LAWTEY .2 Lois Inside City Limits Zoned for Mobile Homes.

.TEN ACRES: Bradford County. 13th Street,N.E., Pecan Grove. One and Two Bedroom Apartments
LOT ON LAKE GENEVA- 100x790 ft,on the water!
105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachun County. Priced To Sell Available September ,

10 ACRES in South Clay County, Residential Agricultural,17900. .War t. Watt carpeting.Central heat k air
20 ACRES NW Bradford County Residential-Agricultural. .AppBances inducflna frtstfree rerrlowetsrConveniently
LAKE pre-wlrcd for caMe.. TV end tel
LOTS-Crosby&Sampson Lakes Owner Financing. .Specially designed units for handicapped
4.55 ACRES & 2.16 ACRES: Near Graham,Zoned for Mil.I ,Coin operated.laundry.Private paHas
.CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W 2 Blacks from 301. ..Outside storage.ompiirtinentsSpacious
: clouts
_e CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Section.
r ub' I HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good Business location FROM ONLY $22O. rtuiumra

P HWY 301 SOUTH Acres near Earlclon Beach 210'on Highway. Rental information available at

.COMM: : BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.000 iq ft floor space the construction trailer or call: ,,_

i\ (813)( ) 443-3251 Mon-Frl 9-5PM uj I

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT

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Located Hwy. 301 -2 Blks S. SR.100. 221 W. Lafayette Street
OWNER SAYS GET OFFER doublewlde. 10 acres of good land 47000.
2 MOBILE HOMES on 2.9 acres. Forsyth Rood.
964-5069 MH AND 19+ ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Starke. 3/2
doublewlde with large open country porch, on 19 acres of sheer privacy.
*3/1 FRAME. 1.400 sq. ft; 2/2 MH like new. All on 1.76 acres. 46000.
.rte REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS MOBILE HOME WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many extras. South of Stark.
.' 964-4522 on 2.5 acres. $32.500 with owner financing.
Irene L. Faulkner- 964.5142 rn RTARKK FL *A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR 1 BA central H&A, on molar| highway. Plenty of
a Lucille Spry 964-8420 / I. rI storage In basement. Inovatlve financing. Priced to sell 26500.
t Bobby Biggs 964-7331 r JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Mobil. home, 3 BR 1 8A, on 1.4 acres.
REALTOR I Need lots of ? Over 2.000 ft. In this better
: *CRYSTAL LAKE AREA space sq.
it ,,$ #. & ;Wi *, ., .:.*) lihjr # than new brick home. 3 BR 2 BA. CUBA on 2 lots $110.000
/ /u w *LAWTEY AREA 3/2 CB. CH&A. approx. 1.500 sq. ft. on 1 acre, 53900.
*LAWTEY AREA 30 acres $750 per acre.
.. 11 ACRES On SR 16 8 Morgan Rd. Seller' motivated.
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i *2 LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES $8,800 for both.
>ryApfkr *KINGSLEY LAKI VILLAGE 2 lots for 5500.
*!**!*; for Retlcte'nc* Faifm 'Ccmmerel l >j Bu fnej s 1 LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVI. Beautiful beach. $30.000.

LAKI LOTS on Sampson lake.
*THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL BUY* *SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer Hunting Is good on this 13 -..*. Heavy

Vacant A ready to move Into:: C/B 3/1' close to new Wlnn-Dlxle, 28000. In timber Close to Sampson Lake, 32000. Owner financing.
a.: ovatlve financing available COUNTRY CLUB Building lot. from 6500. Some with awnnclng..

HOMES IN STARKE *MOBILE HOMI PARK SITE. 8 acre Market Road w/lngress on US 301. City
water & sewer available Stork.
BEAUTIFUL BRICK 4/2 CH4A fireplace, energy efficient on 2 acres In LAKE BUTLER 1,300 sq. ft. building on 104 x 208 lot. Plenty of parking.
i ii Starke. 89900. Additional acreage available. TURN KEY OPERATION Boot manufacturing the popular Stumpknock.r
I i LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY Exceptional Brick Home In absolutely the best and Grlrreraff fishing boats Owner assistance.
location.3 BR, 2 BA, over 1,600 sq. ft. living area double garage, CH/A 120' x ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, full occupancy call for details.
300' lot city water A sewer 70500. 2400 SQ. FT. Spanking new warehouse) 3 large overhead roll-up doors.
IN THE BEST AREA On Bessent Road lovely 3 Bedroom 3 bath separate INVESTORS Plnesong S/D. Paved rood through property. Owner fin.
1 dining room double garage, many amenities. On 5 acres 110000. US 301 Vacant land available. Assorted lies A acreage. Call for Info.
FOR THE GOLFER Country Club over 1 '/ acres 3/2. All brick sunken live *OUT OF STARK*
i ing room, fireplace ceiling to floor windows many extras. $79.500.
. *DEER RUN Immaculate living In this 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad security LAKE BUTLER Price reduced fo 30000. Owner need to sell home. Will
light, tacked lake. Ideal for retired. Only 15500. sacrifice to buy larger home In the country. Hurry.
it IMMACULATE ./2 IN STARKI CHSA, 2 car carport 100 X 100 lot. 53000. WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart lake w/3 BR MH CHA. 30000.
it EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR. over 1300 sq. ft. 28000. HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story 3/2 CH/A, craftsmanship unavailable oday.
*SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, 1'/ Ba, approx. 1400 sq. ft.. 39900. KEYSTONE High Ridge Estate, 3/2 mobile, $30,000..
REDUCED ".000 FOR QUICK' SAll-HAIPORD ARIA Brkk 3/2 on over 1
*HANDY MAN SPECIAL Brick home, approx. 150 200 lot $20,000.
BRAND NEW LISTING I *FRAME HOME on N. Church St. Immaculate. Only 28600. acre. This Immaculate home ho over 1,800 sq. It. CHeA, range. refrl.,
*PRICI REDUCED 3/1 CB CH4A In Starke. Owner financed. 36000. dishwasher, above ground pool. Too many extra to mention Only $65.000.
\. Call to ue this today I Brick, three bedroom, two *WALK TO EVERYTHING 3/1 from., nice lot. 23500. *HAMPTON LAKE*

I bath'horn with control heat and air, with over five *:PERSONALITY" HOUSE on shaded corner lot. Detached garage with shop. ALMOST NEW CONTEMPORARY Immaculate, 75 ft. lake front. 108000.
Move right In. 25000. 75 ft. of white andy beach. Only 87000.
This won't last long I BRICK HOME many extra.
We Invlfe; f nquIrfeJfOnOur OtTTeFProptJrfles"I
*ONI OF THE FINEST 3/2 Doublewldes built on 3 acre of manicured land on
Commercial!A Residential Rentals Available I a paved rood with a side access road. 49900.



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Mali offer, 964-7545. 8/30 2tchg 8/27 milted low down payment 11.49X, *
to the Lake
Mobile Homes and for rent. Region Monitor office on Lake Geneva. Efficiency starting at
CADILLACS MERCEDES. PORSCHE .le.. 2 BR. 1 BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for Recreational vehicles space welcome. Phone In writing and paid In advance $150 weekly. Monthly or seasonal discount $239/mo. Uncle Roy' Mobile Homes
direct from Government.. Selied In retired couple. Easy walking distanceto 964.7498.9/16 tinS unless credit I I. already establishedwith *. Special rate for year round. Ocala 901.371.8514.6/6.6/21
BRIGADIER 3BR. 2BA, den. 11.49%. *
drug Available your area. Save. this oHlce.
center 29999. Call lake Geneva Rental 4732919. 4tchg
thouands new shopping BR. 2 BATH MOBILE HOME on V4 acre $279/me.. deluxe throughout. Unci.Roy' .
216-453-3000 ext. MONITOR STAFF
9645606. 4/30Ifn CANNOT BE HELD 8/13-9/3
lot. Central heat t air. Stove and
's Mobil Homes, Ocala
A4259. 8/20 2tpd 8/27 PRICI REDUCED FOR QUICK SALT,3 BR, 2 refrigerator furnished. Utility shed RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN HOUSE FOR RENT On Lake Geneva,
If 14 BRONCO XLTi Ford 4x4. excellent BA, brick veneer home with fireplaceand with washer ft dryer.$275 month plus CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER brand new 2BR. carpeted, stove 904-151-8514. 8/6-8/27 14XBO low down
condition. Power LIBERTY 3BR 2BA ,
window., mirrors,
3 Beautiful THE TELEPHONE. dock facilities'
garage, on acres $100 deposit. Call 964.6305 refrigerator laundry,
door lock. Fully loaded. 10000. home. United of Starke. Classified deadline Is 11:00 payment. 11.49X. 169mo. UncleRoy'e
Realty from 8.5 after 6 9646493. a.m. priorto available. You must see this on*
964.6805 after 5 p.m. or p.m. Mobil. Home, Ocala,
p.m. Itchg 8/27 ..
964-8447 or evenings 473-3627. NOW 8/6 8/27 Thursday publication. 473-2919.4tchg 8/13-9/3
$.74 FORD LTD loaded. 964-7514. Itchg $59,500.7/2 tfnchg 2 BR 4to| MH FURNISHED quiet Minimum charge 13 words for$3.90 WHITE SANDS LAKE 2BR. 1.... with 904.351.8514.6827.
8/27 FOR SALI BY OWNER 2 BR BA frame IS for each 198* CLOSE-OUT SX down easy
1 then cent word th.r.ofl.rMISCELLANEOUS .
from ci deck. $295 per mo.. $200 deposit
BLAZER 4x4i neighborhood. Hwy 16, / mil. credit 3 ft 2BR full warranty, 1 low a*
350 4 speed big tires, On large lot. St. Clair St. Call 9646870. 904.249.7884.4tpd 8/20-9/10
looks good run. Wrong. $2400 or 8/13 ty. 468.1323.2/12 tfn *139mo. Uncle Rolls Mobile Homes,
might take trod. of ?? 964.4368.8/27 HOMES for $1.00 (U Ocala. 904.331.8514.0627
1 ft 2 BR unit. Call 964-7293. near Keystone. Private. 473-4186. RSPOS ASSUMI PAYMENTS double
2tpd 9/3 Repair) BUY DIRECT! Repos 8 Tax SEIZED 8/20-9/3
1977 BUCK REOAll AT, AC. PS. PB. 350 properties Call TODAY for FACTS I between 9 a.m. 8. 11:30 a.m. Mon., PACK RAT Buy, tell and trade collectlble FURNISHED 3tchg STUDIO APARTMENT on and dnglewlde.' low a* $139/mo.
V8. Good condition. 96 .0723 after 5p.m. 1.518.459.3546 EXT H3377 (TOLLRefundable Tues.. Thurs., t Fri Equal Opportunity Item and antique Used furniture Lak. Geneva. $273 mo. Include Free credit check. Uncle Rolls Mobil.
4/23 per
Itpd 8/27 Housing. tfnchg glassware, jewelry and much more. Home. Ocala 901.371.8514.6/6.8/21
) 24 HRS. 8/13 3tpd 8/27 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. utilities. 473.2919.3tchg 8/2O-9/3
Itn OMC DUALLY 454 LARGE HOME ON NICI LOT with extra Close Call Come see for yourself. On. mil. east BROOKLYN COVE 2BR. IBA vacation
AM/FM/cassette, air, sliding glass lot Included. Pecans, workshop chain 468.1323.614 to prison tfnchg on'Hwy'223. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. cabin $ISO per week. Also 3BR. 2BA PETS

window with fiberglass topper. link in need of some repairs. Make of NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg home. Deer Spring lake -. $390 per
782-3497 964-7827.. Itchg 8/27 fer. 964.5610.8120 2tchg 8/27 BA apt. For more Information call Lake GRAPES U-PICK open 7 a.m. until 7 month. 473-3562 or 473-4903. Itchg MOVING MUST SELL pair S/S African
1981 TOYOTA COROLLA SWi good condl- COUNTRY CLUB AREA brick home,3 BR. Butler 496-3141. Equal p.m. dally. Lilly's Vineyard 12 mile 8/27 gray $650. SIS male
tlon. Asking $2400 or best offer 2 bath, den fireplace, garage, CH/A. Housing.Apts. 6/7 tfnchg Opportunity east of KH In Florahome off SR 100 on FOR RENT 3BR doublewlde .. 2BR amazon, talk .$ doubl.f..llowhead
964-5681. Itpd 8/27 $61,900. 964.8809.8/27 9/3 Coral Farm Rood. 6tchg 813.917BROWN'S will cell. umbrella cockatoo $300 Tame male
2tchg ROOMS FOR RENTS Magnolia Hotel $8 Inglewlde.. no pet,
1969 CHEVY IMPALAi runs great good FLOORING CARPET AND .. $250.
LAKI BUTLER-REDUCED FOR QUICK 1.669.2269.2tthg 8/27-9/3 pectoded' amazon Cog.
week. Discount
body and engine. $599 or best offer. SALE 4 BR, 1% baths, ranch, 33000. offered per night.for longer term.per Apply In per VINYL SALES AND SERVICE Installations FOR BALE OR RENT 1986 mobile home _all obi.. oI73-6 5. "pel 8/27-9/10
and All work
Ask for Jennifer. 964.7423 days or Appraised at 41200. 820 S.E. 6th son Magnolia Hotel.Walnut St. across repair guaranteedand located In Keystone school district on .
964-5985 after 6 p.m. Itchg 8/27 Avenue... Call 396.1166.9/27 2tchg 9/3 from Post Office. TF priced to save you money. on. acre land. AC. skirted 4" well HELP WANTEDBOOKEIPERACCOUNTANT
1977 CUSTOM VAN) loaded. Also 20 ft. MOVING SAlli Moving-must..114 BR. 2 APARTMENTS FOR RENTi Newly 473.1933. 8tpd 8/27-10/13 etc.. deposit required. 473-7770.. 3tpd

camper, loaded. $3,600 for both. bath, big kitchen all on 1 1/4 acres decorated everything" furnished. Laundry 8/27-9/10 for Clay
964-6661. 0/212tchg 9/3 shade trees, fenced-ln pool. facilities Included. Video room CARS FOR SALE OR LEASE- 2BR mobile horn County CPA office. Computer experience

1913 MERCURY MARQUIS LSt vinyl Assumable mtg. 9%. Appraised at available... Will accept one child no In Hlghrldge Estate partially furnished helpful. Non-.mok..II..um.
leather Interior, pr.mlum sound $68.000, now $62,000.964.8139 after 8 pets. Palm. Apt*., 2313 N. TempleAve. 194S MUSTANO OT COUPE 302 auto. alr-condltlonod. Sale $15,300 or to: CPA. P.O. Box 5765, Jacksonville,
system, electric seats, excellent p.m. Itpd 827WATERFRONT .. ., Stark. 32091. 5/1 TF factory air, run good tome rust 1 lease $225 per month. Call 473-3432 or FI, 32247. 4tchg 8/13-9/2
transportation. $4,995 can b. financ PINE FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR opts now spare part. $2500. 473-7683. 3tpd 473-2O87. Itchg 8/27 NURSING POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN
ed. See at 135 W. Call or call John avail.. Call 9.5, Mon. thru Fri. 9646312. 8/27-9/10 FOR RENT Cottage on lake, 1BR YOUR COMMUNITY for private duty,
964-6305. 1/8 tfnchg 179 DODGE POWER WAGON 0200 screened porch large deck. Single CNA's. LPN*, RN's. Interested I In workIng -
TFYARD PROPERTY THREE BEDROOM 2 bath mobile homeon 4X4, manual transmission 318 one working women or older adult No with horn health or hospice pa-
SALES 1 acre lot, off 301 South. $285 $100 owner, many extras 473-3724. Itcha pet.. $295 per mo. include utilities, tients. Call the Wellness Personnel

SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR. 2 Bath fireplace, deposit. Call 966-4090.8/20 2tpd 8/27 8/27 plus security deposit of$10O. 473-7239. Registry at 338-2146 or 1-800-342-3406.
SALE of and Weldon. dock 4 Inch well 62000. 4733843. CLEAN TRAILER! 2 bedroom fully furnlshed 173 FORD LTD 9 PASSENGER WAGON Itchg 8/27 EOE. 4tchg 8/20-9/10
corner Thompson 7/30 HnchgSAMPSON private.. lot. Crosby Lake Excellent Interior a exterior, no rust FOR RENT Furnished nice 2BR house. PART-TIME COOK NEEDED Family-style
Furniture and mi. Inside sale. Friday
LAKE ESTATES Lake front Shores. No pets, no children. 964-5739 $900. 473-3168. Itchg 8/27 AC fireplace and small 1BR cottage. meal, weekend Included. Apply at
and Saturday 9-4 Itchg 8/27
GARAGE SALE Wurlltxer p.m. $275; and lake access. Lots available.. from or 9644468. 8/20 2tpd 8/27 Silver Lake 473-2440 or 246-4160. Itchg Park .f the Palm Itpd 8/27
$9000. Zoned Res/mobile home. 3i LARGE
cloth., etc., Friday and Saturday, Aug
mites west of Storks on beautiful Stark. $350 monthly. Need FOR RENT 3BR IBA, home In Lake HELPERS NEEDED Call Alan Justlss at
2829.9 o.m.-l Corn.r East Bridges .
pm. references. 1.126-7671.8/20 2tpd 8/27 Geneva. $330 per mo. 475.2682.2tchg 473-4824 or 475-1094.2tpd 8/27-9/3
and North St. Clair, 964-5445. 'Itchg. Sampson Lake ((2000 -4- acres) Excellent 8/27-9/3
fishing skiing and boating. HERITAGE VILLAS PRESSURE WASHING House, mobile
8/27 904.964.7755 OPEN HOUSE homes, pools, deck, sidewalks. Free FOR RENT-2BR. IBA.mobile home,central HOMEWORKERS WANTED Top Pay. 121
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Friday Aug. eve-533-2038.. Owner/broker 8/13tfnchg SATURDAY, 1.4 p.m. estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 3/3 air $230 per mo. 473.2130.2khg 24th A_., N.W., Suite 222. Norman
Melton Terrace, 8 until
28 at 614 a.m.
Rental applications will be accepted for tfnchg 8/27-9/3 OK. 73069. 8/27 4tchg 9/17
SATURDAY Aug. 29 at Rd. 16 and
LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
new I and 2 bedroom apartments on
Weldon 8 a.m. until. Itpd 8/27 Saturday 29 for Initial Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. FreeEstimates. FOR SALE
Aug. occupancy
MOVING SALE Saturday Aug. 29, 602 3/3 tfnchg
1987. Rent from $220 month
Sept. per
West Francis St., behind 171 N. Orange PERSONAL SERVICESWANT plus utilities Located at 700 Bradford CARPET CLEANING C t B Carpet ft MODERN DINING ROOM SET smoked

St., 8:30: a.m. Furniture, 1976 Court In Starke. For r.ntallnlormallon. Upholstery, truck mounted deep glass top with 4 upholstered chair -
Volkswagen dishes, collectibles, antiques TO DRINK call 18004433251. E.H.O. Itchg 8.7 steam extraction. 4737770. Fr. $185. Pet Porter Airline Kennel for
bric-o-broc and |unk. Bring THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS THREE BEDROOM 2 bath mobile home, estimates 7/30-9/24 large dog new $50. 473-3353. Itpd PUBLIC NOTICE
money. Itpd 8/27 WANT TO STOP unfurnished except for appliances and A/C SERVICE. refrigeration,attic Insulation. 8/27 [Unclaimed 1987 school model-All

MULTI-FAMILY Saturday Aug. 29, THAT'S OURS washer and dryer. 964.6305 until 5 All makes, reasonable rate. LOWERY ORGAN with speaker $700 I metal geared, sewing machines.Due
miscellaneous, plants. Come and Alcoholics Anonymous p.m. and then 964.6493.8/21 TFoJOLU | 475-3112 Steve. Stchg /11-1/27 neg. Couch chair, French Proventlal. I to school budget cuts these machine*.j
seal 420 SW 3rd Ave... LB. ltpd-B/27 964-4130-964-6219 MOBILE HOME PARK 2 BR furnished green 6 white $250 neg.. Swivel are unclaimed. New, never used.
pd thru 9/17 HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, additions
clean monthly, $20 and up. Also chair $65. neg. 473-1634. 2tchg | Free arm Nelco dressmaker modelsewing
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free or complete building. 3O years
8/27-9/3 .
REAL ESTATE estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. RVs, weekly $5O and up. Sorry, no experience serving.. Bradford and Clay LOVELY HOUSEBOAT! 43 ft.. $13.900 machine for pant leg,
OUT OF AREA Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8359 tin pets. 9648810. Itchg 8/27 Counties. 473-4018. 5/28 tin cosh or$18,000 trade for land or house sleeves, collar, etc. Make buttonholes
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA WOODED 60 HANDYMAN carpentry painting, electrical RENTALS AVAILABLE. $ISO per month FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? equity. Has 2 BR. living room, den full I sews on buttons, twin needle i iI
ACRES log hunting cabin (sleeps complete home repair. and up. Call Susan F.Faulkner, Broker- House out of level.. ?? LaRue leveling. modern kitchen and bath with 2 air I sewing, blind hem, and sew 10 |
25.30)), hunting area Larg. Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. Owner at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF service.. for all your foundation repairs, conditioners. May rent. Docked at I thicknesses of Denim. 25 year warI -
born. Adjoining prime 2,500 ocr. for lease RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn C. C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South 473.7121.7/9 tfnchg Green Cove.. Marina. 4739055. Itchg ranty, sew silk, leather and I

((5 10 years). $132.000. owner financ SEWING MACHINE REPAIR! All makes 964-8848.6/11 tfnchg Ron Denmarkat COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, 8/27 lupholstr-y material. List price I
301 Contact
ing. United National Barron Strother, cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used OFFICE 961.5516.6/25 ON tfn painting, electrical plumbing. NO I $629.00 now only $188.00.All major

Broker, P.O. Box 755, Troy, Alabama sewing machines for sale. James FURNISHED 2 BR MOBILE, HOMI InSIark. Reasonable '01... Licensed contractor, T00 I credit cord accepted, checks OK,
36081. 205-566-1870. 2057352442. Strickland, corner Morgan Rd.and Hwy .. Clean maintenance fr_. No RB0049306. Call Mitch. .473-3940. 8/20 I lay-A-Woyt welcome For free home
fern 87350. 16. Starke, 964.8733.3/19 Hn Children under 4 accepted. TFchg (delivery call Educational Division

LAWN mercial.SERVICE Reasonable for residential rate and.. com Free pets 964-8810.8/13 2tchg 8/27 t;; IG ] 1-800-223-4768. Money bock j jI

THREE BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home, ::> guarantee.
MATHEWS REALTY estimates. 964.4238.7/16 tfnchg YARD SALESYARD (j)
: Clair .
appliances furnished. 209 N. St. .
LAWN SERVICES, most lawns, $20. Free ,
441 W. Madison estimates, 964.4238.7/16 tfnchg St.. $200/month plus tax. $100 damage '"
Starke. Fl 32091 deposit. 964-5523 ask for Leon. 8/20 SALE Fri., Aug. 28. 9 a.m.until 3

.... ..... 2tchg 827TRAILER p.m. Chair I love" teat. Many other
COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, SPACE FOR RENTi Call 9647895. Item 21 North C-352 then 2 mile on : "'"
painting electrical, plumbing. 8/20 2tpd 8/27 paved rood Whit. Sands Lake. See
[8NIS'tVI.TlPI.C Reasonable rates Licensed contractor HOUSI IN TOWN FOR RENTS like new sign rain or shine. Itpd 8/27 EEElffHtEEE:: : : -lIIL1 .New Hone Window*

IB / RB0049306. Call Mitch 4733940. 8/20 completely remodeled 2 BR, Ig. kitchen :Roans Addition Painting

i is TINS TFchg living.. room tile both family BOATS EXPERT ADVISEON Carport! Nsw Roof System
REALTOR SfKV/Ct WORK WANTED I will sit with the elderly room, patio w/awning, garage, curtain Cut Brick orStoneWork Pool Enclosures

Jacksonville Multiple Listing Services or sick. Will discuss terms. ceiling fans throughout. Nice 1M4 CHAPARRAL 18', bowrider 120 [[ ALL OF Y .Vlnjl SWIng
ONLY exclusive MLS agent for this area References upon request. Please call yard. Must see to appreciate. 1 child h.p. Mercrulser I/O complete
964-5442 anytime. 8/20 2tcho B27WILL maximum. $375 per month plus package. Including trailer and custom BUilDING NEEDS Call Todayl ''
WALK TO SCHOOL 3 BR, 1 80, TAKE CARE OF ELDERLYt 9647478. deposit. 9646714. Tom Parker. Itpd made cover. Excellent condition. 6766

CH/A, $36,500.BROOKSRi 8/27 2tchg 9/3 8/27 473-7776 or 2648026. Itchg 8/27 [ nrr AF;
76 acres, 2 story POST FRAME STEEL BUILDING 94x30x8 14 FT. WIDI MOBILE HOMES 2 BR, unfurnished

house, fenced pasture, creek, roll- ft., with one 8x8 ft. garage door, In Waldo. CH/A, stove"' HOMESON .c.
land. erected on your site 3995. CallStrongpost refrigerator, waiher/dryer hook-up. HOMES BEAUTIFUL
Ing collect 3622548. Itchg 8/27 No $200 month first last and .
pets. p.r
-STARKi frame home on 20 NORTH FLORIDA
large EXPERT SEWING AND ALTERATIONS Fitted $100 security deposit. 469-1509. 8/27 LAKE SANTA FE-enjoy sunset diningin OF MLMa.-C 1. o M4.
Ac. with lot of pecan trees. just for Baroora J. Smith 93AVAILA.LI beautiful 2000 sq. ft. brick home on 215 E. Ca n. 5167"
you. 2tchg l5-- .# R 77
PROVIDENCE Large stately oak 7823207. Itpd 8/27 RENTALS! waterfront) 3/1 Melrose cul-de-sac. 3BR 2Vi, BA. 2 car

greet your 2700 sq. ft. brick home, TWO RELIABLE experienced women to on Crosby lake, $475; 2/1 In town, garage. Fin. candy beach 250 feet
2 private.. fish ponds, 135 Ac., ap care for your children In our home. $300; 3/2 mobile home In lawtey pier walled court yard. 142500. ee-
pro*. 140 pecan trees Morning to 6 p.m. Hot meal and $300; 1/1 house. Tiffin< Owens, Lie. RE 475.1950. Itpd 8/20
snack Two blocks from lawtey Elem., Broker 9645065. Itchg 8/27 BUY DIRECTI I Repos ft Tax SEIZED Pro Elixson Wood Products Inc.
782-3877 or 7823972. Itpd 8/27 TWO BEDROOM 1 both house In city perties. Call TODAY for FACTS)

$235 per month. Call 9647404. Itchg 1-518-459-3546 ext H3339A (toll refundable
8/27 ) 24 HRS. 3tpd 8/27-9/10 Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou
mobile home
D 0 0 for elderly lady. 4311088. 'Itchg 8/27
2BA CH/A, laundry, garage, near golf We Deliver
MOBILE HOME with small shop Pickup or
cou.... Compare at$49.000.475-2598.
ALL ESTIMATES AND On private property.782.3785 before 1 4tpd 8/4/-9/17
FREE ROOFING p.m. or after 6 p.m. Itpd 8/27 26X70 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 3BR, We Also Have
TVfES home 485-1556) : tOUSI: TRAILER nice and clean utilitiesfurnished. road paved
(374-1443 or : REPAIRS 2BA 2 acres on paved
Including air. $6Ow..k.n.ar driveway.. 3 decks, storage building, Red Heart Cypress Lumber
ROOPINQ LICENSE RC0050707INSURED- BONDED Graham. 4851371. Itchj 8/27 kennel, aviaries, telling fans
FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath house, central throughout fireplace, satellite dish 964.6649 \

heat and air. Appliances furnished. available... Low down $37,500 owner .
371.6316 after 3 p.m. or 377-8500, ext. financing. 473.7685.3pd 8/27-9/10 -. 'I(

& Shop 2679 from 8 to 4:15 p.m. Itpd 8/27 LOT PLUS 12X60 MOBILE HOME 2BR
Paint Body
David Lawson
ESTATE 1BA central air, $10,000 cash.

Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates FOR SALE 413.2730.2tchg 8/27-9/3 Opening Late September

CR129 NW 18th St. 964.6133 LOST AND FOUNDLOST Forest Park Apartments

dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin Black lab Retriever.. named Henry. Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts.. range -
camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. Wearing Orange collar lost seen
FOR SALE $5,450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. 8/16/87 at Brooklyn Bay Rood. Call refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air,
W) ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438 473.3521.2tchg 8/27 I
-. eves... 2/12 NnFOR patio and laundry. Rents from $180. -

Fill Dirt, Top Soil $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler

Large or Small Loads of Limerodc" RENT For Information/application: inc.
Tropical Property Management,

Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer: 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. PINESQUALITY 1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesville Fl 32605

964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 Ideal for Repair Shop LIVINGSR (904)372-8327 E.H.O.

$200 per monthAt '

Rear of 121 Lake Butler

.. -_ WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL Motley Tire Co. ((904) 496-2366 REPAIR
1,2 & 3 Bedroom Homes KANE CYCLE
5 Rooms for the) price) of 4 Living Dlnl ORS On US 301 South Schools & State.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED IDM i; See Lynn at Near Hospitals.' Facilities I ,Cycle Repair Parts Accessories I'

''Quality Room Weds& HVill;Low.) .Low Prices $ 1495 ScoKhe-rd AII.. ,.I lf ,IA..y Lynn's: Body Shopor Preference given to Long Term US 301 N. Starka. .9645805lvTT'90

nior Citizen Discount J:!oMleaq!' Charg e Free Advice call McDougall19047868989J' Rentals Consult Office. Unit 23

Call 964-4997 .-.. C.W.TV Kkf Playground I : 16 .MAxoN ,
e -y.-.....h_1.eMe M5- .. New4 BatKtbll Court Paved Prtvat Rd
F--ft... a c*.' i PIveMLeundramst Full lime Malnt. $49.50 Full t Face.Helmets
:.. $39.95Snell
Bungie Nets OPEN: TUES-SAT.

$3.99 ea. Approved -

12N12A4A1 12N143A
.t and 3 BX Apt. Now Available Bungle Cords $34.00

PRESSURE WASHING .t BX from S1SO-I274 plus utilities. 3 BR from $200-1302 .99$ ea. $26.95 $29.95

Central heat/air pnd appliance furnished a.Anh

: Call us for a FREE estimate and FREE sample of our work ? 1530 W.st Madison St. or call 4-4312 Foam Grips Flat ShleMt Oil Filterst p.yar4td

4E3, .MOBILE HAMES sBIJSIf $SES MPTELS DRIVEWAYS ,- I Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity. $2.95 perSet $2.50 6L $1.95 Tune-Ups


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Drive Big Trucks! DOT Certification very good condition ---- -- ------ SIS FOOD STORE-M In Lake Butler Is
$1000 to $1500 per w..k and can must see to oppreclote. Starke, to the Union County Times ol forManog.r
local and National now accepting application
Job Plocem.nt travel with 'late model auto, call $80O. 9647620. Itpd 8/27 lice In writing and paid In advance GOVERNMENT HOMFS FROM $1 (U
Position. mutt.
Assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining. 1-800-922-9084 or 904.252.3120 fcan 1980 GOLDWINO loaded, block and unless credit Is already establishedwith repair). Delinquent tax property. Experience a
benefits. bated ..-
Company Salary on
Eligible Institution for Financial 87-354 chrome, runs and looks this office.THI Repossessions Call 1(005)687-6000( ) ,
Aid. Guaranteed Student Loam. new $2,200. Ext. GH-1136, lor current list perelnce plus bonus Send Return or
TIMES repo
THERAPY 5 8/27
p.m. 2tpd 9/3
Call 1.800.2828165. United Truck TECHNICIAN RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 8/J78tpd. 9'lSLAKE'BUTLER. apply at SSS office, 2200 E. DuvalStreet
or Registered Respiratory
Matter. Resident Lake City Fl. 32055 nWchg.
Training: Tampa. Therapist lake City Fla. 326 bed VACATION RESORTS OR CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Reduced lor quick sale. 3 6/4
Florida. Icon 87.354MOBILE : Clearwater, general medical and surgical facility THI TELEPHONE DR,, 2 BA, CHSA I age 'lot, only $41,500 PART-TIME position available, male or
and a 120 bed nursing home care unit. _RENTALS Classified deadline Is TUESDAY 38000. Mathews Realty. 964..69.2511n female. NAPA 4962345. tfn-8/6
NOON, prior to Thursday
Salary commensurate with qualifica publication. CASHIERS PART-TIME GAS ATTENDANTS -
tions. Excellent benefits Including COTTAGES, Fully furnished. Dally, Minimum charge 15 words for S3.50, also
now taking applications
FOR SALE .vacation sick leave, health, life Insurance weekly, monthly rates. Also mobile. then 15 cents for each word thereafter REPAIRS/SALES experienced tire and oil
malpractice 'Insurance. Con home pork spaces for rent and homes .--- changer. Apply at repairer office of: Brown's
tact personnel service((05)), VA Medical for sale. MT. VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E,
Inc., State Rood 12118, Worthington
1911 LIBERTY 14x32 reconditioned front ANI?ENNA TOWERS repair and sale, also
Center lake City Fla. 32055 ((904)) Highlands, Pd., Franklin, NX. ((704))
kitchen, 2 BR, 1 bath $2.500 equity and 755-3016 ext. 2005. An Equal Opportunity 5244605. 6/11 tfnchg YARD SALE satellite repair and service. Call Don Springs. Phone 496-2161. tfnchrg-8/13
CAREER sewing
oiiume $2.000 balance. U-Move-lt. Wllkerson ot 496.2282 for free
Employer. Itchg 8/27
machine operatort. Offer 2 week paid
Must sell. 7823861. TFjm 301 QUIK STOPt estimate 27-3tchrg-9/10
NEW 8 USED MOBILE HOMES. Coll Roy for full time clerk.accepting Apply In application.person 2'/t FOR SALE LOTS OP CLOTHES! Saturday, Aug 29. 9 -..-.-- ---- .vacation insurance plan 3 paid
Wells at A8W Mobil. Homes, 964.6407 miles South 301. 8/27 2tpd 9/3 am.2 p.m. 806 W. Pratt St. SaratogaHts. FOR RENT holidays and profit sharing. Experience
or 964-6408. 8/14 tfnrw ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGS Full and ., Starke. Clothes for children, Infants helpful, but not necessary. We will
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24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE. all set up In Oln's( port.11m.. positions available, 6 day MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as adults. Playp.n and baby swing. train. Apply In person, lake Butler Ap-
Subdivision, R.ody to move Into. week Call I! 485.1174.8/27 2tchg 9/3 $14.99 p.r month. Call 9646946. tfn Miscellaneous Items, ltchrg-8/21 co's CHECK US OUT I Clean rental parel. Hn-8/13
$13,800. Financing available. Call NEWSPAPER PLATESt Aluminum. homes tailored to your pay schedule.
964.5606.6/11 tfnchg $8.00 HOUR Earn $300 Kit Show toys Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great PINES SRI31. lust t south of SRI00 In MOBILE HOMES
2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'St Financing and gifts FREE supplies and commission for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
available. Call 1.272.0625 collect tfn Call Iris, 964.2030 or 964.4889. 135 W. Call St. 964.6305 FOR SALE 5/21 FOR SALE12'x

Low down payment. Call 1272.0650 REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call TURING COMPANY not a broker located in Union County Times Buildingat MOBILE ..,)MI Two bedroom, 1
collect tfn 1-7554040. North Florida Real Estate CROWN METAL BUILDiNGS Box 1243. U-PiCK MUSCADINE SCUPANONE ISO West Main. Call 4962261, for 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must
Collage. 7/30tfn Cabot Arkansas 72023. Coll Pat grapes. Martin's Fruit Farm Ft. White Informal' tfn
1970 MOBILE HOME for sale: 2700. more on see to appreciate. $6OOO. Call
431.1050.8120 4tchg 9/10 RESIDENT MANAGER Mature couple for Branlgln. 18005270963. lean 87-331 4972621. Closed Sun'day. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI Nicely fur 496-0071. tfn/chg. 3/19
1975 MOBILE HOMEi 12x60, good condition 44 unit rental property 'In Starke, GRAPES-U-PICK: Grlllls Loop. 9645678. 8/13-4tchrg-9/3 fished, all lecilr| central heat and $250 DOWN MAKES YOU OWNER
$5,000. Call 964-6805 after 5 p.m. Knowledge of light bookkeeping We pick by request. 8/20 3tpd 9/3 191 IS FT. STOTCRAFT BOAT with 40 hp air. private paved rood, laundry and Balance like rent. Owner finance. Tryus.
Itchg 8/27 beneficial Maintenance experience ALICIA HAYi new hay, $25. Delivery Yamaha motor, custom trailer, park playground." Near schools, hosp.. Call .496-3715 ltpd-8/20
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME $2995, required. Salary plus apartment S available. All hoy In barn. 7 miles West Motorgulde trolling motor. Call state facilities PINES SR-121. east Lake 1958 MOBILE HOME large llvlngroom
negotiable 9648651. Itchg 8/27 utilities. Send resume to Southwind of Starke on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gasklns. 496-3540 after 5 p.m. 8/20.2Ihrg-8'27 Butler. Call 4 Management P.O. Box 10293 Clearwater 964.8356.8/27 TFchg LAND, MOBILE HOMES AND STORAGE max, and MO pets. chq tin 5, 21 ft. Forest Pork Appartments, across
FL 34617. EOE. 7/30 4tpd 8/27 FURNITURE sofa and love seat and din. HOUSES 1-3-5 acre or lorgor lots for BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on from hospital. 4963765.
HELP WANTED EMERGENCY SERVICES CONSULTANT Ing table and chairs. 9646888. Itpd sale on SR-100 New River Plantation, Main Street LB. phono 496.0077. tfn-8/6 8/27-2lchrg-9/3
after hours and weekend. B-U 8/27 SR-18 near WS Pine Tree Estates, 4 BEDROOM 1.12 BATH nlre yard. Convenient
Guidance Clinic. Inc.. Storke. 9648382. WOODEN DINING ROOM TABLE with 6 US-301 near Starke Pine Tree Estates lo Starke and LB 496.2842Itrhrg .
WANTED Llv.-In help for elderly male. Pertons with mental health professional chairs, $175. Also free puppies, boxer low down payment owner financing. 8fl:
964-5408. Itpd 8/27 or social services degree and mix, 7823990. Itpd 8/27 Also several two bedroom mobile I ACRE SHADFD LOT with hookup
EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED TradingPost desired' but it not required. Persons SEVERAL ITEMS: 1978 Audi, good body, homes for sate or rent to go on lots' ready tar mobile, home Near WS $65 CHAMBLBtVS
Restaurant Hwy 301 South. Applyin such as psychiatric nurses EMT't and engine needs work, make offer Need extra storage space? We have par m on Hi Call 446-2185 alter 5:30.:
person. Itchg 8/27 other trained professionals may also Maytag portable dishwasher, $125; GE 5x10 and 10x10 mini warehouses Hale p.m wrekja/s. 7 23 tin' MOBILE HOMETRANSPORT
EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON wonted, apply. 8/20 2tchg 8/27 5 cu.ft. freezer $100; Dearborn 40,000 and Associates 4963939. tfnchrg-8/27 I ACRE SHADED LOT ready for mobile
782.3003.8/6 chgtfn EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN) salary or btu heater with safety pilot, $100. Call SEAFOOD, BAIT AND TACKLE at Douglas home. I I 12 mile SW of LB off SIM2
LICENSED RN NEEDED at WhisperingPines commission, you can decide what you 964-5787 alter 3 p.m. Itchg 8/27 Seafood located south of LB on CR-231. 4962953: Itpd 8 2'COMMERCIAL
Car. Center. 3-11 charge nurse, make. Send resume to SALESWOMAN, KINGSIZE MATTRESS 3 piece. NICE, We will be telling fresh seafood starting -----.--
full-time. PRNI. LPN's needed. EOE. P.O. Drawer A, Starke. Fla. 32091. $100. 964-8733 or 9646521. Itchg 8/27 Friday. Aug. 28, Including mullet PROPERTY
Phone 9646220. Experienced need only 8/20 TFchg LIMEROCK, FILL SAND TOP SOIL cot fish trout flounder, shrimp MOVING
to apply. 2/12 tin TRUCK OWNERS Frederick TransportUS 782.3172, Allen Taylor Lawtey. 8/27 bream, oyestert. 10-lb. bog ice SOcentt. RENTLEASEOFFICE ,,i THROUGHOUT
BOOKKEEPER, part-time, 30 hrs. per Inc., Duncan, SC, it hiring 1980 and TFchg Open 6 am.6 p.m. Closed -- --- -- --- --- .,' SOUTHEAST
week for lumb.r & hardware company. newer truck to run van or machinery.All ZIPPER PEAS clean. Leon Starling Tuesdayt. 8/27-4tpd-9/17 AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
Reply to: P.O. Box 364 Lake Geneva, miles paid loaded A empty Permits 782.3310.Itpd 8/27 JUST OFF HWY 121, Approximately 2 Located in Union, County' Times COMPLETE
FL 32660. 7/23 tfnchg & fuel taxes paid, base plate& insurance ARCHERY EQUIPMENT PSE and Bear acre's, 4963814. 8/13 4lchg 9/3 building Call for ,information TEAR DOWN
HIRING Government Jobs your area. plan. available. Driver needs Grlssly Compound Bow with arrows, ..962261 >ln. SETUP
$15,000 $63000. Call ((602)) 838.8885 2 yrs over-the-road recent & bow quivers, etc. $100 each. 9646086. .
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EXT 3493. 8/13 4tpd 9/13 verifiable. Please call 18003348297. Itpd 821SEVERAL 311.1212
doublewlde. Call 782.3003.8/20 TFchg TRAIL RESTAURANT of Lawtey will betaking 2650 $3,500 or trade: new DA air --------- -- ---- INSURED
BABYSITTER NEEDED In our home for Infant applications for experienced sander $30; skateboard $25; new ,INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E. 1-
and toddler, starting in waitresses and evening cooks and Pollenex whirlpool bath $125; IBM Main, si.uui' Lake Butlar 4963978.
496-2406 496-3103 I ask foi
September. Afternoons 1:30-430. dishwashers Waiters and waitresses Selector 2 $220; baby bed $35. tify. 8/20-2tfr-8/27 or Cump't'to' Insui once Service 4, 10 tfn
References please, 964.7328 8/202tpd must be 18 yrs. of age. Apply in person 9645530. Itchg 8/27 Sophie. --_...
8/27 only, no phone calls. EOE Wayne Nor WHEELCHAIR, heavy duty. $75; bedside pet
Lost 2 milet out Providence Road
R.N.'st Full-time, part-time and PRN man, manager. 8/20 2tchg 8/27 commode $35. Louise Stern 9645616.
Ernest Peacork homeReward
positions available for ER and EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES exist at the Itpd 827CENTRAL (SR-238)) near
MED/SURG floor In a small hospital lake City VA Medical Center for RN's AIR CONDITION/HEATING for 496-3680 Info or recovery 496 2991 HughRoberts () People in Service'
specializing in plastic hand and and LPN' We offer liberal leave and 3'/ ton $250. 9648651. Itchg 8/27 8/27-2tfree-9/3 or
reconstructive microsurgery. Apply to federal retirement benefits, continuing PIANO FOR SALE: assume small monthly
personnel Lak. Butler Hospital and education and career opportunities In payment on modern style piano, like
Hand Surgery Center, SR 121 & 100, this Medical Center or in one of the new condition. Can be seen locally. CARS/TRUCKS Amn. James Dowling
Lake Butler, Flo. 32054, 496-2323 EOE. other 172 VA Medical Center without Please call. Manager 19047859054. .. Wilson"f't'flmtRt9Crtllg '
Ssgt.Anthony; Air Traffic Graduate
8/20 Stchg 9/3 loss of seniority. Please contact the 8'p 3tgd.9/11Oy! e .: .
.. .
l'79 CHEVY"r WD PICKUP sKoYl 1 wHeeP -
CONSIDER SELLING INSURANCE: Life of Personnel Office, VA Medical Center, 1:;"' } ; ISSSgt. Navy Airman JamesN.
Georgia hot full portfolio of products. lake City. Fla. 32055 ((904)) 755-3016, GRAPES U-Pick. Open dally 7 aim 7 base AT, PS, PB, sliding back gloss of Apprentice
Experience helpful, not necessary. ext. 2005. EEO Employer. Itchg 8/27 p.m. Lilly Vineyard. Florahome on Cor. AM/FM stereo, white spokes, $2,000 Anthony K Wilson Sr., son Dowling son Carolyn Bosargeof
Over 21. w. will train. Excellent pay HOMEMAKERSI I Kids In school? Need al Farms Road, 6592121. 8/20 6tchg call 496-3118 alter 5 p. m of Mrs. Cathtl'1Iw A. Wilson of White Lake Geneva, was graduated
local agency. For Interview call extra cash? Free kit and supplies. 9/24 8/20-3tchrg-9/3 Springs i received his staff sergeant from the Air Traffic Controller
372.3686.8/20! 4tchg 910Roberts House of Lloyd. Call Iris at 964.2030 or ALICIA HAY Fresh cut. $25 a roll. All 1916 FORD PICKUP 23.000 miles Take up promotion/ 1 on Auf I8. 1087.I'his School.
see in person at lot A-29, Waldo FleaMarket. hay under barn. 7 miles from Starke on payments. 496-3253. t'nchg-8/27 is the fourth award received During the 14-week course at the
8/27 TFchg Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964.6167 or 1974 FORD PINTO STATIONWAGON hy tiSf.1 Wilson\ who is stationed at Naval Air Technical Training
HOMEMAKERS WANTEDI! Top payl 121 182.3721.6/4tfn $150. For details call Steve at 431.1136Itpd FI! Knox. hit-murky with the HHC Center in Millmgton, Tenn.,Dowlingwas
24th Avenue, N.W., Suite 222. Nor. -8/27 1941)1) Armor Brigade HIS MOS isNu'IL'III' prepared for duty at an air station I
Real Estate man, OK. 73069. 8/27 4tchg 9/17 ( Uuili>nu-al I and Chemical control tower He also underwent I
I I AUTO MECHANIC Reception A Medical \Vjrl ire a Federal Aviation Administration i

986 N. Temple Ave Center In lake Butler is taking applications LEE'S CONSTRUCTION His wilt- l HOMO< J Doretha is the examination and

Starke, FL 32091 for this vacancy. Starting salary "l.uiKhl''i\ "nf H.and !Mrs Menderun received FAA certification for con-
$7.32 per hour plus fringe benefits. Requires Hudson !livUey. trol tower operations.He .
((904)) 964-6262 at least 3 years full-time experience : Additions joined the Navy in February I
In gasoline and/or diesel e 1987. I

engine repair. Reception and Medical '
28 ACRE FARM Center has a fleet of cars, trucks, vans, ..\ Roofing i'vl, Prank Geisenburg

Comfortable 2BR Home tractors which require and large maintenance passenger buss and a Small Jobs P!:+;;+ Completes 'Chopper Petty Officer Brown I

w/fireplage; CH/A Barn ire repairs. Send State Application to Weapons Repair Reports to Gulfport j I II
Reception ft Medlcrl Center, P.O. Box I
Outbuildings, fenced & cross 628 lake Butler Fla. :32054 or call -: 4311675'R Course Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class
fenced, 10 acres in 14962222. Ext. 176 for Informotian. R James J. Brown, son of Odette M. ;
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. nt Private ('rank G. Geisen- Brown of Waldo, recently reportedfor
producing Pecan trees, Itchg 8/27 RB0053099 License RC0053Q70 I i. in -mi Amelia S. Ueisenburg duty with Naval Mobile Con

balance in improved pasture. .Ii, -I i 'i.iuK /\ Geisenburg both of struction Battalion 133 in Gulfport,

Excellent Location; 4 miles !\. -,111111', lithas completed their MS.Brown
II HELP WANTED h. "H'opicr' weapons systems joined the Navy in
from Starke. I |, 'uir, niirst at the I'.S Army December of 1979.
eWelders 'Maintenance KEYSTONE AREA I I dIsp'"'if; tit q.. si-hool in "'t. Eustis,

2BR, 1BA. CH&A Block Person 3BR 2BA mobile home V.i
I lilt' LI mi 10 prrpjit'd. enlisted pcr- Pfc. Clark Stovall
Home in Town. Must Be ExperiencedGood Excellent Benefits with CH/A, fireplace, -oniifl to (perl"" ''''' maintenance on Completes BasicPvt.
fenced yard & Owner Train to be a t1l'l1'upll'r! | .u : .inent/ subsystems,
Apply tipcrlln"' MI I 'i 'I;)" test sets and 1st Class Clark S. Stovall Jr.,
5 Acres of Land on ForsythRd. Griffin Industrial Financing. $27,900.
'< ,!..11."I'j( I lop 'll son of Clark S. Stovall Sr. of
PRICED TO SELLI! Hwy. 221,Hampton 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. f ;. !1':1 i ',If. 'i.xiuate, of Keystone has completed basic
1 t I I' i : '.,, "I! training at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo.

Beautiful lakefront lot. During the training students

--- ------- -- -- ---- Access 3 lakes. Owner received instruction in drill and
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Marl locally lull*tan..p.rt-amu It. Ifoherson ReportsTo ceremonies, weapons map reading,
-15% down.
Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S. Financing Train on llvt airline compuurs v Pearl 'bor tactics military courtesy, military
$16,900. llum* ludy and rcxlcjunl Iralnlnjj. justice first aid, and Army history
301 North, 864 N, Temple Ave., Starke a. Financial alit avnllt>ble, Job :Ny: : LI Jcllry L Koberson,, son and traditions.
NEW 1I0MBeautifu12 : plecemcnlsrrklsncs.Nattonalheadqusrtera ot ..Iulnland Maple V. Koberson: ot
Pumps *Plumbing Well Drilling r.. 4 story cedar ,Llghthmii Poir\tt IL Kit stone,, recently reported for duty
C'umm.iiHler in-Chief Pacific
MacClean t4/t .vith
Water Conditioners
A.C.T. Travel School
home 3BR 2BA
Flt'ettHfr:\ in Pearl Harbor, HI
overlooking Sampson A 1977 graduate of Keystone High

Lake. Over 2000 sq. ft. 1-800-432-30 r 'School, Lt Uoberson joined the
!\avin Juno, t' Bl. ills wife, Mary,
of living area plus 1500
is the daughter of Etheline Morris of
sq. ft. of open porch. Keystone Ills.Py .

Reduced $110,000. i GACNONReBuilders


Bulldozer Work CLIk- .
NEWLY REMODELEDF 1BA frame home, a

screen porch; on a Culverts' InstalledFill -. c::: Used as an adjunct in quit smoking -
beautiful lot. Great Dirt & Top Soil V) programs a prescription chew-

QM&H Location. $25,000. 964-5414 0 lag gum containing nicotine is help-
J ing "thousands kick the
If No Answer964801O
BUY TIlE FARM l9STARKE smoking habit. The gum releases
small amounts of nicotine into the
18 acres in the Florahomearea.
lining of the mouth reducing with-
Great terms10% drawal
1 U IiY down. Land can be symptoms. _

divided for mobile home

sites. $26,000. takes all HOUSING CENTER Commercial

Y 18 acres. CALL TODAY "This Weeks Special" i

473-7653 4734816Keystone 24x60 3BR/2BA Buildingin

Hgts $500 down $216. mo Starke .

475-2272 G'Vllle. '85 14x60 $300. down $166. mo. 1725 sq. ft. i

"' 282.1300 Jaz' Big Selection of Reconditioned Mobile, Homes 36000.00 .

; Walnut Street co"P Al MObIle Home Include:Delivery .Set-Up .Tax TYie,:' Homo Owners Insurance 9648629after

across from po tofflo Stark I G Located on US 3011 Mile S. of Starke

, 964.4174 6:30.: pmr

1 week month. Real M NRA1, RS
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August a.1887 B SECTION Page.


; :frau_ la I Helicopter Trains HereAugust

& 12 TRAUM; I, a licensed ding before the state legislation,was with the latest advancements and
air ambulance(helic >ter) based atJacksonville the Instructor. changes that occur in emergency
University Hospital, Bradford County Emergency Ser- medicine.
flew to Bradford Cou ty to conductan vices offers monthly inservice to all
inservice on pre-h tspital care of fire and rescue personnel. All In- Dr.Alexander's class was very in
the. young trauma pat ent. terested nurses from Bradford structional said Chapman. It also
Hospital are also Invited, according allows rescue personnel to interact
1rr" Or. Bay Alexandci past state to Supervisor Cliff Chapman.The with the helicopter crew in order to
1 medical director anld one of theauthors inservice classes are needed facilitate transfers when the
of a new Tr uma Bill pen- BO that rescue persormM ran keep up helicopter is needed. .

Man Arrei ted for Failure to Make Court Appearance H
The defendant scheduled for Circuit who failed to appear to show cause Those subpoena's are being issued
Court trial failed o appear Moo- why they were not in the court room this week by the Clerk of the Court's
day. He now is in the custody of the Monday morning for jury duty. Office.Griffis I
Bradford County Jail
.n- _. ________,__. ----...
Morris J. Aaron,a was arrested {''"'" >tVY_''''' <,_' .'${
24 for failun ,
August to appear for &: Son;
the court case. Aaro t was arrestedin :
April for possess! n of controlled f S --, -
substance and sale ar d delivery of a
Training Exercise... controlled bond substance ,A $10,000 property Fiberglass
was pirated for his
Weather not cooperating. Trauma I finally landed release at that time. That bond has
back of the Bradford County Courthouse for the training been forfeited.In Hwy -3O1 ,N. Starke ,
Depression... exercise August 12.The Inservice training providedby
the crew of the air-ambulance and Dr.Alexander addition to Aaro being chargedfor 9645531End' -
IF....Page 281 a continuing effort by Emergency Services to be better not appearing in court Monday, "
prepared,said Supervisor Cliff Chapman."If Judge Osee Fagan or dered 25 jurors of "canerqncc
Lee said the best interest of the
.community: could be served toy a
bank owned and operated by local '

bu$ The re-org plans called "on7T ,,,_..,,,,,.,, .
or1OUeSate of slock,to raise cash. 4
and nqu red approval' by 75 percent I
of the depositors.Stockwell FACTORY DIRECT m :
expected by i _
the federal goveranent da."
A local .committee of pranment JOUTBOARSJ;
businessmen approved the plan,but ,
28' X b'-
it was never to be.Depositors could 1988 FLEETWOOD : '; k /,
not muster percent in favor of the in stock!
plan and thus it died for lack of 3BR2BAINCLUDING .. .. *
cooperation by the people wbo had
the most to lose.A t
local businessman, wbo was Very special price on 25HP
close to the situation,,said"the bank : removable hitches, plywood floors upgraded carpet g and
could have been saved, but polities double padding wired for 2 fans, extra china hutches and bull ets L manual Mercury Outboard.
got into it.' shingled roof. Masonite siding bronze windows storm door 16 cu ft Great for Fall
When it became obvious the reorganization fishing
t :
plan bad failed cam frostfree refrigerator deluxe stove coordinated drapes 30 gallo water ,

troUer Lee issued a charter to the heater vaulted ceilings, garden tub PLUS: a real wood burning fireplace '" .;,.. ;" ., ". -<<<" ",'
Florida National The Bank of ,'
group. for winter and efficient central air for summer. :;
Starke agreed to remain open until ';;;
the new bank began to operate. A Brand ,r Used
syndicate beaded by attorney Mar- new
cus Brown and Dr.PA.Br'D5GII.of- >1
erred to purchase the assets of the ALL THIS FOR ONLY 24' ALOHA Fiberglass
Bank of Starke.paying depositors 29! fish and
percent of their money. The Pontoon
Telegraph did not record the outcome -

On of Monday.the offer.March 1. 1937. The eYave $ 173. a monthS fo el party boat Boatwith

Florida Bank at Slaike began operations a be
in the old Bank of Bradford iS
County building,which was purchased with $2OOO. down reg. price tandem
from Dr.Brmson.The Rank '
new 04' lee $6500.GIVE trailer 35HP
was capitalized at 05,000. with
910,000 surplus.It ONLY AT: Johnson Motor
has never looked back.


PLACEof e e $3800.
... '25OO.Everything

Of 1.0OOof II.s

Call 259-2O48 a man could have half his wishes, he would doublehis
Located on Woodlavnt Bd. troubles." Benjamin Franklin
Macclenny. Fl.Ned to 1-10


I ; for your

o spare bedroomyour

For a Prettier More choice

for Healthy Lawn Next Chestof

Planting I Spring FertUizeII -
c !?[ .
Now with
L- Drawers

"FERTILOME"Premium /i -3 ((4 drawers)

Fall Vegetables Pellets -

Special formula for Florida contains Iron& $69.95
& Annuals are minor elements plus sulphur for that deep green
beauty- homogenous pellets _

16-4-8 formula $12.95 -- -
.79 <: Bag covers up to ft .l

5000 sq.ft.HAVE .
,can now to schedule delivery& light

tray of 6 spreading fee .$2. a bag _

tands -

MAKE/ YOUR MOVE TO TORO NOW UP TO $100 Available v .
trade-In allowance

EASY- MOWING TORO on a WALK new J :I-1- Dresser

for as little as

t $40. per month TOP QUAIIIYGTSGuaranteed : $139.95Pieces
t No Money to 9.95
Start on the first or $
Down second pull for 2
similiar to illustrations
s to Qualified
years. 2 and 4

Buyers cycle.pull or electric
start-self propelledor FREE DE VERY DENMARK9ODays -Same as

push-rear baggeror

.......725mP.w side discharge. Call Sj! I L Credit Terms AvailableDENMARK'S

_'--'- ____ TORO priced as low FURNITURE

A TORO Rider can mate your mowing 83. E. 434 W. Call SU411 W.
fast&fun.Choose+ cutting deck size FL
299.95We Madison St. Starke
to 32'.7 to 11 UP 25"lID 8-5:30
catcher Across from WInn-Dixl Markatplace
or easy Service What We SEW nn-OIIlI.J: ..
available for aO models. I 964-5326 964-5827 8-1

'lu' .:.7'act,7"ouCan'Do'BetUrat SaturdayI
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Papal! SECTION August 27,1987

Famous Dog-.. -; Breeder Snake Bitten.

byJoeGInyBCT snake was over 27 feet long," animals is J t st a hobby," Sparks
un Writer "Now working: with snakes and said. I 101 Edwards Rd. -Starke 964.5650 i lIi"F
Dog breeder and bog time animal .
trainer.Pete Sparks,of New River, .
tad trab wtth death wIleD be was
bitten by a caoebrake rattlesnake I 'V
Met Thasday,1ela hr e lIll
ROM of Raiford was bringing 1\
a dog to Sparks kennels for dS liZI'
breeding whena be found the snake, '
and took it along.In a dog box.: ee $l.oft'a y
-When I readied into the box to purchase w/thl
get the snake it Jerked its bead a litUe coupon
,so tldidn' lid good grip onH ,
*Sparks said.The snake managed Y rdC
to twist enough to bite him on the ,. '
land between his HnimK and forefinger b 1f'i
.but with only...fang.
When Sparks stumbled and fell
Boss pot him In Ills pickup and took
him to the Bradford Hospital
Emergency Room. "
Sparks was unconcious before ar
riving.lie had stopped: breathing and ORlAN
his heartbeat had sb red to 20 beats WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS
per minute he said.

Or. Peter Gianas treated Sparks
fa the emergency room administering -
oxygen; to revive the patient.
Sparta said they injected 10 vials of
otivuiiix According to treatmentrecommended w
by Maynard Cox
director the Snake Bite Treatment
Center in Orange Park USED CAR SALE
-Personnel here at Bradford
Hospital are friendly,and the treat-
ment was efficient and wonderful," '
said Sparks. ""Couldn't want r, % '85. C-1O Silverado . . . . . . $9,350.00
anything better. be said. LOADED!
"I have been snakes in
snake shows since ins," said 85 Chevy S-10 Bonus Cab . . . . 6850.00
Sparks,"and this is the first time I AT AC PS Cruise. .
have been bitten.- worked with
noted herpetologist) Frank Buck, '85 Toyota King Cab . . . . 6550.00
when be bad a zoo on Long Island in ATAC .
New York,"Sparks said."And 1 was
an animal trainer and handler at the '82 Ford Granada . . . . .'. 3250.00
I90: Worlds Fair", 4 dr. SD.
Be has worked with animals and
especially pit bulls all his life,at one Mr. Pete Sparks in Hospital i '86 Pontiac Sunbird . . . . 6995.00
time training: a monkey to roller Pete Sparks now knows how he would react if bitten by a poslonous snake.In .
skate and ride a bicycle in a show. over 60 years of handling snakes,along with other animals,Sparks had AT AC PS .
The largest python ever imported never been bitten. Ills hand and arm are swollen but he Is recovering 87 Beauville Chevy 3/4 ton 'People Hauler". .16998.00
into the United State was in his care nicely, and expects to be released on Thursday, (Today),
at one time, said Sparks. "That ,

87 Cavalier . . . . . . 9988.00

I State Receives 25 Felony Cases 85 Chevy Loaded S-10 Bonus Cab . . . . 4888.00

4 cyl., 4 speed.

The Bradford Office of State Attorney Charles- McCullough arrested Simon Mitch ell arrested March 21 87 Chevy Celebrity . . . . . $9,988.00
Eugene Whitworth received June 23 for issuing worthless check for robbery,aggravated assault; in- LOADED I
25 new individuals cases and/or (Pantry Pride $13321)); case sufficient eVid nce as to this defendant -
felony defendants for prosecution dismissed, restitution made. .
daring the month of July.One of the McCulIough charged with issuing Charles Riy; Smith arrested
cases was prison related accordingto worthless check (Pantry Pride March 30 for ealing in stolen pro- Month/3OOO mile Drive Train Warranty on
Investigator Wiley Clark $195.95)); resititution made perty,trafficking in cocaine;insufficient
Information was filed on 17 prior Paul !McCloud arrested April 29 evidence as to this defendant. ALL above used cars
cases and the office declined to prosecute for armed robbery, aggravated Joseph Ehsha Griffis arrestedFeb
SEE cases.Eleven cases were assault; transferred to misdemeanor 23 for attempted burglary; insufficient
dismissed. There were no juryII'ia1L division. evidence as to this defendant ml.ORIAN WELLS: II
One felony appeal was Tiled Mark Anthony Smith arrested Oct. |I :
No judicial action was taken on 13,1985 for burglary; completed pre- The following sworn complaints lJiiiiiilii
defen nts dismissedin \,_ 2' ChevrolEt dsmobile
two cases and three violation of probations trial intervention contract. against were -
were filed. Three pleas of Howard R. Rhine charged with Introduction July; _r .
A charge of sexual battery, ag-
guilty were accepted. fo contraband; defendant "-
sentenced on other charges. gravated assa lit; unable to locate U:&:. :301\ North-Storke 964-7500 Gdlnesvllio 372-0103 Jorksonvllle! 282-4522
Twenty-eight misdemeanor cases Maurice Bryan Brumfield, Jr.arrested victim.
were filed and eight prior cases were July 2 for grand theft auto;
dismissed by the office in July said lacks prosecutive merit.
dark. The office declined to prosecute Horace Junior Sellers arrested
eight cases and one case was April 15 for five counts of forgery; i
rmtfOLfS tiy the court.Twenty-two
cases dismissed,defendant sentenced -
guilty pleas were accepted. on other charges.
Thirteen petitions were filed in Rochelle j
Kathleen Prentiss arrested -
juvenile court. The state attorney May 17 for aggravated battery o e eO
dismissed one Juvenile petition and ; transferred, to misdemeanor ': 'I
seven received nonjudicial action. division. '
Five pleas of guilty were accepted. Charles Lester Boyer arrested e
The office declined the recommendation May 9 for disorderly intoxication,
of HRS on four petitions.
resisting arrest with violence; case
The following cases received final transferred to misdemeanor divi
disposition during the month of July .sion.

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