Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04429
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04429
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
... '" .. '_. .- '
; :
. I 'f f : l .

too''lVce :1'' .. .. ..' '"

LI8 ,
l ',
,/ Allr Inside...
; 7 Q .
O 1986 TwoS.ctlon. M Bradford C
Outside. ; SECTION *. 10 r.... \. Ollllt" \
\ .
. a ., n .. .. ,. ,.3A kiS':
Winds off the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean causing in- iJuurtai r.-" ;I

creased humidity is the reason for the afternoon showers which The ociai u.n.. .. .. . ,s'tA \ SINCE 187""" 0((1 1.\ \
have cooled temperatures. I J! e ll'l'\
rullllcNotlc..A a
Forecasts call for more of the same over the weekend, with a 177'H/ 4t\>I F \ I }v n 4
Sport. .. . . . I.IOA \7-: C'
slight rise in temperatures and a little less rain. \ .nB \ .( \\.I .b \
Forecast for today (Thursday Aug. 7) calls for scattered clouds .. .( I '\, .:."t1\ ,
SECTION ki u r.. ;iP
with thunderstorms and a 40% chance of afternoon rain. Extended STOP Cam On.n Hom., . .l-'B 11\\. \ \ 'I'j.I j.: .

forecast Friday-Sunday calls for more of the same. L.ro Quallaa i .. .. . ..28 ,S' ( .:
WPXE recorded a high of 95 Wednesday. Temperatures will Don$.rou. Crul.. . . . ... .11. ;
range from the low 90s and to the low 70s. A .. Death. .5' '
In Aug. 3-5 scattered rainfall of 2.13 inches were recorded at )m Dpne. .U

Lawtey, 3.45 at New River, 1.8 at Hampton Lake, and 1.0 at N.w. BrWi. 11" . .?' ,)

Raiford. SFCC R. iUtroiion' . . .11 ; ,j
July normally) gets 7.99 inches of rainfall, August 8.10, and with Clanllled. . . lo'-izs The .
June'e 7.07 inch are usually the three wettest months of o.o Capiur. li" Sweetest Strawberries. This Side of Heaven :'

the year. Average annual rainfall for this area is 61 inches. Crash injure. 2. .. .. . "UB 108th Year STARKE FLORIDA Cents Copy .

... ,- ......__,_ 3rd_Issue_ Thursday;August_...!!1986!it.- ..1>..... USPS M2.7IMI_ I .
r I 1" '}{.:f 11I11IIIIiIiliI.iU/ __ .1\1 -

:0 .

'Wo.ll! noling High Winds Rack Up Boats, Docks, Roofs at KingsleyUsually ; )"

"; '
placid Kingsley Lake was pleted octagonal dock house at Bish ,:hickory nut, and lightning which sumers were without power from out ot the water and sank it on the \',i
churned into foam by a big but brief Bishop's place on the west side. found one target in a New Kingsley 6:20: to 10:30, but a few served by a southwest side of the lake, where : "
blow about 6 p.m. Thursday,July 31, The hurricane-type winds, which Beach sign post, burning out power transformer that blew out in the metal boat house roofs were ripped ..1 .'!
Childbirth Class... overturning trailers at the Camp Paul Poland, a westside resident, 'lines to the dock. vicinity of Kingsley Lake Civic loose, and falling limbs damaged a .{ ,:
'.IN If you are expecting a baby soon, Blanding campground, knocking out estimated from 100 to 120 mph, Bishop, whose estimated loss of Center were without electricty for 17 carport at the Bryan Bishop home on "
'If: you don't want to miss the new power to some users for 17 hours, swept in suddenly from the east 'from $6,000-to-$7,000 (which he hours, until 10:30 Friday morning. Kingsley Village. ;r "
"y.r class on childbirth preparation. downing a large number of huge across a two-mile expanse of open hoped was covered by his insurance, Waves, said to be five or six feet Damage to trees, docks, boat, and a '
:''v This series will provide information trees, sinking at least one boat, and water, accompanied by hail, .suffered. the biggest monetary loss. high, tossed Hallie Seymour's new mobile homes around the lake was
.' to prepare expectant parents for tossing off the roof of.a newly com described by some as big as a Most Florida Power & Light con boat with a heavy Mercury motor estimated at over $35,000. ,

"-w labor and childbirth. '.
'jar Participants will learn exercises,
::f relaxation and breathing techniques !- : i

..., to ease the birth expreience. i.i
I Topics also include care of the ;} r;

...; newborn and choosing safe equip 911 "
ment. .
::1 .' The classes are free and willis I,
begin Tuesday.Aug. 12 at 7 p.m.
at the Votech. Participants are ask- ." .
ed to bring two pillows and a
r blanket to the first class. Register .4 rl
by calling the Bradford/Union Area .r'r.
Vocational Technical Center at + IsInriaee
I. '. 9646150. i I rat

J,;: Alumni Association... T+ '. $"
'itt A meeting of the Alumni Association : -

ai of Bradford High School is set ,
j at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, Aug. ,
'"' 7) in the BHS library. 3 ;
invited. information ; 1
Everyone, contact is Linda For more \ 1 1q

Hildebran. .
,1981 Class Reunion... As of 9 a.m. August 4, the national

, :1r The Bradford High graduating 911 emergency telephone numberfor
Bradford County went into place.
:':' class of 1981 plans its 5-year reunion pica
t.". August 16. d ., z By dialing 911, a caller gets the
a; "i- Bradford County jail. Radio dispat--
Anyone interested MUST contact
w i id iw cher at the jail will direct the call to
Baldree Winkler
Tammy phone I w the such the fire
. proper agency, as
i b
,. 964-4903, or Mary Anne Miller i
48l department, emergency vehicle service -
Tillman, 964-7805, before
. y or the sheriff or police depart
. Aug. 8. is the absolute
u':: deadline. No exceptions. ment.
911 will be available through all

Dual Enrollment... h pay telephones and for the 964 ex-

'; change. Other local exchanges, 4(18( j
r' BHS students requesting dual t 533, and 485 already had 911 service
enrollment with Santa Fe Community p,
5.- available through adjoining coun-
College for the 86-87 school ties, Sheriff Dolph Reddish says.
c; year must be enrolled in three or Commissioners intend to mount a

Ar. more classes at BHS and take the campaign to educate the public in
remainder of their schedule at i which is for
i3aN ri nf the use of 911, emergen-
r. : SFCC. f : d cies, not routine business.At .
; A one semester course (three 4 1' y present the jail has three 911
:. + semester hours) at SFCC equals lines with rotary dial phones. It will
one-half BHS credit. For more information take a second phone call to switch a
contact BUS Assistant call from the jail to the Starke
Principal Paula Steele, phone police, for instance. But in 45 to 60
9646092. days the local phone companywhich
: : is supplying the equipment fora

Active Seniors... .. 4 C r rental fee, will install PBX equip-
The Senior Center offers various ac.. 'tiI' &.1r.f" r.-.L"-: e. ..ul''Jfl'l: il'l'I' f'L "" ':tt. "' 1k.'tr..n.iU''t': 1'lIjo: : .i": fl ment to enable such transfer calls to
be made by merely pushing a but-
r activities for senior citizens including Clash Photo by Mark Fricdlln commissioners said
of the Knights. ton, county
needlework, macrame, ex- .
'{ ercises bingo, etc. Monday Aug. 4.
u The Center is open Monday Two members of the Society for Creative Anachronisms battle it out parents State Health and Rehabilitative Services officials and guest And, the Sheriff's Depart-

through Friday from 8:30: a.m. to 4 with real weapons and armor during an Open House celebration at the speaker Jack Eckdahl, shown standing in the background at left betweenthe ment retain and Starke their Police current Department numbers- /
p.m. and is located behind the new Alligator STOP Camp near Raiford. two knights.For will
for the sheriff and 9645400for
and courthouse Georgia on Streets.the corner of Grand The unique camp opened. it's doors to visitors Saturday, including more on STOP Camp and their Open House see our B-section. 964-6161 city police. It took a lengthy r

discussion with Police Chief
I Contact Beverly McGee or ---------
and Sheriff Reddish
Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more Bowen Dolph
information. for the county commission to decide

I Call-In Program... 7,450 New Registration Cards MailedCompleting sent wave everybody numbers.length was about mostly retaining on the the same pre.

A morning call-in service to
Cliff Chapman, county'semergency
assist senior citizens who are aloneis
services director read
offered by the Starke Police a gigantic project ago. Next hurdle is processing those midnight oil burned and extra help significantly than others. This state law requiring all agencies, to a
Department, according to Chief Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynnmailed 200 new registrations, which is being hired, began Monday, July 14, after means some voters will continue to switch to 911 where the service is Im-
Jimmy Bowen.To out 7,570 new Bradford Coun- done now. Newly registered voters Mrs. Flynn received at 3:55: p.m. vote in the same polling place, while plemented. Commissioners
become involved in the program ty voter registration cards with an should receive their registration Friday, July 11, a court order for others will vote in a new place. wondered how the city police depart

a citizen is asked to register accompanying letter Monday morn- cards within the next 10 days, says school board members to be electedby The letter explains that voters will ment felt about that, and invited
with the Police Department then ing, Aug. 4. Mrs. Flynn. single member districts. Mrs.Flynn's vote for commission and Chief Bowen and Sheriff Reddish to I y
now county
call in before 10 a.m. each [day. The letter tells Bradford voters Another job is finding voters office qualified candidatesthe school board candidates within their meet with the board Monday morn-
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will what district they live in, the polling( whose address is incorrect. It is week of July 14, then began district. In the
check on those citizens who have place where they will vote Sept. 2, possible that any voter whose address locating voters. new commissioners and school past, county board ing.Chief Bowen said the Starke

not called in. If there is no answer, and the precinct number. If no voter is not current in Mrs. Flynn's members have been elected by all Police Department has a three : 1
a police officer will visit the registration card and accompanying office won't receive a new registration Separate letters had to be typed Bradford County voters at large.In minute response time now, and he 6'
residence. letter is received, a voter should con- card. If any voter does not and reproduced for each of the 24 can't see giving that up merely so j
Chief Bowen reminds the public tact Mrs. Flynn, phone 964-6280. The receive a new registration card, precincts. The letters also explainthat addition, county voters can vote 911 can be used. SPD answered 6,443 i
that the service is available. new card must be presented upon they should contact the supervisor of in the new single member for a state house member in either calls in the past six months, and that
voting.To elections at phone 9646280. redistricting plan, that some district District 13 or District 21, a state would throw a heck of a load on the .
No Job, No Skill... get the new registration cards "We're still optimistic we're going lines, and many of the precinct lines, senator in District 5, plus all county jail staff, said Chief Bowen. I
out Mrs. office to be ready Mrs. have been the court statewide candidates and the U.S.
Job CorpsTraining slots Flynn's stopped processing Flynn says. changed by Bowen also questioned the effec-
available in health occupations are, new registrations two weeks The gigantic effort, with some ordered plan, some more Senate seat up for re-election. tiveness of the current rotary dialed

plumbing, welding, business- 911 system.
clerical, auto mechanic and other "I'm for 911," the chief explained. II,

skills for men and women aged 16 KH Wants for "It's fantastic in emergencies for I
through 21.Obtain Operational Airport JetsAn kids and" older people to get so-

a GED, earn spending meone.
L S I money and saving money and But, Bowen said, he is going to

make a good life for yourself. operational airport large Amnesty Days... disposal, according to Emergency!: in. Chapman said people will need to advertise that the 964-5400 number
Room and board, clothingtransportation enough for jet aircraft is the goal of Oct. 10-11, a Friday and Saturday; Services Director Cliff Chapman. be educated about what is a hazar- remains available for anybody in the
allowance, medical the town of Keystone Heights for the are amnesty days in Bradford Coun- Alachua County is underwritingthe dous material that needs to be city who prefers to use it.
and dental care will be provided.For Keystone Airport by 1990, Zoning ty, during which dangerous or con- cost of the effort. And, a trailer disposed of. "Well, we'll just be wasting the
more information, visit the Deputy Janet Turner reported Mon- taminated chemical substances can will be parked in the courthouse KH taxpayer's dollar. Maybe we should
Job Service Office at 1430 South day, Aug. 4, to the Bradford County be turned in without penalty for parking lot to receive items turned (See Alrport..P.2A1u ) just let everybody have his own em-

First Street, Lake City, or phone Commission.KH --. .. --- -- --h_ __.__ ...._ pire," said Commissioner Lawrence
Irene Pearce at 7523121. Mosley, who explained the commis-
is seeking approval of its plan sion didn't intend for the law en-

Dance... from the Federal Aviation Ad- forcement agencies to give up their
Square numbers. And, the
ministration, said Turner, who administrative
Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley visited the KH city council meeting i commission realizes people will still
Lake Civic Center. Plus level. last Thursday nignt, July 31, to in- use the 964-5400 and 964-6161
Dance, first Saturday of each form Clay County officials about the numbers, Mosley added.
month, same place. 7 p.m. Bradford land use plan. "That's what I said, Chief Bowen
workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream shot back. "I thought I made myself

dance. Clay County is working on getting clear."
is first land use plan into operation. Mosley pointed out the county
Upcoming... Bradford has had a land use plan would have push button service.
The Board of Governors of the since 1978 and is about to have it up- "You don t have it now," Chief
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com dated by the North Central Florida Bowen" replied. "Once you get that, ,

is set at 12:30: Thurs- Planning Council as required undera fine.
merce p.m. will
If Chief put 911 on'city
day, Aug. 7, in the board room at new state law. The state is providing b police cars and advertise the t
Center of Santa Fe Com funds for the updating. TWMlr j
the Starke "
yCpnkfI number, ...we have no problem," I
munity College.The said Commission Chairman E.L.
Commissioner E.W. Hodges, who
Brooker- monthly city commission meeting of is the set also attended the KH meetng) told I (Nook) Norman. Bowen agreed to do i
the commission that Mrs.Turner did that. '
Tuesday, Aug. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in ci- an outstanding job in representing Sheriff Dolph Reddish, speakingat
ty hall. the request of Chairman Norman
Bradford before the Clay officials.
The monthly meeting of the
Mrs. Turner told Bradford of- said there misconceptions aboutthe
council Is set Tues- '
Hampton city ficials 911 service. Of
Monday that
day, Aug. 12, at 7 p.m. in city hall. the Keystone Commissioners and Chief Bowen '
Heights owns resultof
The regular monthly meeting of a 1947 quit claim deed. She a said are saying the same thing in different l
Bradford school board is set
the the
of the ways, sheriff said.
1,350 acres airport in
Monday, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. in the Bradford County, 1,150 in Clay.are Most Chapman is right about the state

administration building on N. Temple of the runways are in Bradford I i Finish for the Starke Star Veterans... I law, but the chief's proposal falls

Ave. County, most of the hangers are in .- _. within the purview of the law, said
The third Tuesday meeting of she said. Only three trophies were given in the national tour year u-ri 'a'aarews, :sean Robinson, Lee Austin, anaMike the sheriff.
the City Commission of Starke is Clay Back, in 1947, the Bradford nament and the Starke Stars brought home the third Chappell. Max Wilkes, national ASA tournament "If a citizen wants to call the
set Tuesday Aug. 19, at 7:30: p.m. mission was not interested in com- place one. With the trophy In Gadsden, Ala. are the only representative, presents the trophy. For story and 964-5400 or 964-6161, there is nothing l f
in city hall on Thompson Street. the owning four players who will be 18 and too old to play next more photos of tournament. .<.. -wts pages 7-10A. .
airport. (See .. .\)



,- .. ... .. . ... ,- .. . '" .. .. _. _... .. *
-'- I

... .. .. .. .. . ,-
-- __ -
- -- -- -
'r'. .. -- : .. -.-- ;-...._-- -' --'-. -., '.:" -. _- -,-.-,.-, ..: .:: ::::.:-. ._ .-... ..... t- : :- .-.'''';:- .,. .4.., -, .-
t '! .1 ...r tT'" ...... ,..-"'" """':'..::--...;;".:. : ...:......._ .

,, .. ,,, .... .. .. ,.. ., ... .
.. ., ... ,,,, ," ... '" -" ... .. .. ." ..." """ .".. .. """ .,,l..r'.. 1-J..I .. .
I' 1

.. ,'11 .a I
':' I\ '

Page: 2A TKI-KGKAPH Aug.ust7,19116 t 1s 1 .' ,

Y Brooker Residents Ask City

l w i

( r' A"C .

I Ii i I.I' for Animal Control

," "Will the budget Include funds for Budget Time... council that he had seen the fire
f : animal control?" asked Brooker truck and all body repairs are nowcomplete
: : : resident George Pierce,who attends Town Clerk Linda Robinson advis- .except for the painting,
S.i ed the council that budget !
council meetings regularly as in- prepara-
: an
Y : terested observer,at the city council tion time has arrived,and that she is and that may have been done Tues-
'J+ required to submit a tentative day, July 0. He reported that the
meeting, July 8. budget to the county property appraiser truck "won't look like new," but he
This question did not receive "
with the job.
?; by July 30. is "satisfied
tee s fit'T4 firm committment yea or
I: A ? nay,but it did open a spirited discussion -
concerning dogs running loose Robinson stated that she believes
I Review...
within the town. the state revenue sharing will be
,.' /4 Vice Chairman Roy Carroll, acting continued, but federal funds will be Pierce asked if the clerk had con-
k ; in the absence of Chairman C.J. reduced.Brooker currently receives tacted the Insurance Service
f i Stalnaker,said"we have a problem. $1,300 in federal funds.
; f k Brooker is, a dumping ground for T Organization (ISO) in response to
{ dogs." Marshal pro-tern Tommy his reQuest at a prior meeting.
l 1 i
l Raulerson said that Brooker cannot Appointive Positions..,
that she had
afford a pound, and suggested that Attorney Blinn was absent, but Robinson replied con-
and that
the town might contract with a near- had advised Robinson that he would tacted the organization a
;._ would be made
review of the town ,
by county that maintains a pound, to discuss an ordinance proposal deal- will take six
handle that ing with the electionof although it probably
4 stray dogs are picked appointment or
will review fire
ISO fighting
tt M1 M,9 the marshal and clerk positions at .months.
up.Marshal Raulerson was asked if a the upcoming workshop.
law enforcement officer could legally / equipment, personnel and all other
shoot a dog, and he replied "onlyin aspects of fire prevention and con-
a possible life threatening situa- Firetruck Ready... trol. Rate reductions may be possi-
tion, in order to save a human life." Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker told the .ble if all criteria is met.
Pierce pointed out that an ordinance
IVII which is unenforceable "isn't worth
the paper it's written on." Councilwoman .
Sue Davis said the council
would discuss the matter at an
,w>I e up-
AI t coming workshop. There was no CITIZENS OF :
decision made at this meeting.

1 Rowdyism Problem... j I would like to take this
: Councilman A.B.Adams asked the the
to thank
r i two law enforcement officers, Tom- opportunity
my Raulerson and Bob Holder, if 'citizens of Bradford

Starke Girl Attends Blind Camp... they they were said nothing having any in particular problems,The and ( County for the vote of I j

Delia Covington, granddaughter of Percy and Delia (Above) Della is helped into the saddle by Christian usual problem of rowdyism in the | confidence In allowingme
Covington of Starke, is legally blind. She attended the Record Braille Representative Sonja Tice. Tice is the absence of officers continues, with ; to represent you on ,

Blind Children's Camp at Camp Kulaqua in liigh Springs representative who serves Bradford County. the officer's whereabouts being [ the Bradford County, .,,'
during the week of July 21. monitored via CB radio. !

The camp is sponsored by Christian Record Braille, Delia has attended the blind camp for more than 15 It seems that "spinning wheels" School Board Dlst. it'" .
an International service organization for the blind irritates some residents, and
years. The blind learn confidence by doing things dur-
which also provides talking and large-print books for ing that don't the chance to do. Raulerson said he usually warns with other School Board
camp they normally get perpetrators to discontinue, but In the upcoming term, I will work diligently
the blind in Bradford and surrounding counties. effort to make our
In all-out
while this activity is highly visible, members, Superintendent and citizens an
he and Holder have better school system! one of the best If not the best In the country.

do, rather than spend time tracing
down violators. Again I thank you.
Raulerson said "We are here to
911from serve the people of Brooker," and Jimmie L. Scott I
requested the council to advise themof Bradford County School Board

ways to Improve their services. Member, District 1 p. Pol. Adv.1la0iEOilfo .
( page 1 A) Sheriff Reddish have always and chief to put 911 on the cars in
.... .....
cooperated with each other. their "I see them -""
we can do about it, Sheriff Reddish "We departments. can "'),(,"M->. <-C...>:,. c- < .>
pointed out. For routine business, might not always agree, but we talkit keeping 964-5400 and 964-6161 but not
about 98 or 99 percent of the time out and remain friends," said the pushing them," said CommissionerMaxie

those numbers Reddish.should be used, saidSheriff chief. Carter. i PUBLIC NOTICE

"The chief is right. If the people in "The chief is right. If the people in The 911 equipment is being sup-
his jurisdiction call 964-5400, there is his there jurisdiction is want to call 964-5400 plied by Contel, the local phone com- Absentee Ballots for City of Starke Election
nothing anybody can do at $2,071 rental. 911
nothing anybody can do about it. pany per year
Looking at Chief Bowen, the about it, the sheriff said. service has been wanted for years, September 9 1986
sheriff said: "In no way do I want to Chief Bowen said the commission but the price was too high. Now, ,
do the city's dispatching. I don't needs to educate people about the commissioners say, they won't even Are Now Available At City Hall
have the equipment or the manpower proper use of 911, which is for charge the 50 cents per month
." emergencies, not routine business. they've talked about. Neither does
Chief Bowen pointed out he and Commissioners want the sheriffof Contel want the charge on its bill. 209 N. Thompson Street.

.,. ...
--- ------ '

I JvJti Airportirom \i' For more information, come by during regular ..

( page IA) Jacksonville for a special l air com- 4-II Coordinator... business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5p.m.

pressor. County Agent Bobby Taylor a
Exception Granted... says
A hardship exception to the coun- The compressor will be used to fill new 4-H coordinator will be on board or call the office of City Clerk, 964-5027.
air tanks for firemen and rescue per- within the next few weeks.
ty's zoning rules was unanimously sonnel. It will also purify the air and After going through an interview
granted J.D. Matherly for place- remove moisture from the air with a process, Taylor says the job will be
ment of mobile home
a on property set of filters. The
electrically offered to an individual who is on
owned by his sister off SE 21st St. on operated compressor will replace a vacation now, and that he doesn't "A; Man the
SR-18 east of Hampton and for People"HAROLD
noisy one operated with a very noisy know exactly when the new person
classified as Exclusive Agriculture,
gas engine which can only be will start.
which requires 2'/i acres per dwell- operated night because of the Commissioners approved a $2OOT

ing.The noise. The old compressor works increase, from $4,200 to $6,200, in its WATERSCounty
board granted an exception to and will be used truck
on a so a part of the 4-H coordinator's salary
the 2'z-acre rule so Matherly could mobile unit will be available, says for the new man who is more experienced -
locate a mobile home near that of his Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse. than previous ones and Commissioner District 4
sister. Matherly is subject to
periodic blackouts and needs to be Tower Due Paint... will provides earn the more major money.portion The of the state 4-H In addition to regular monthly meetings, HAROLD

him.close where the sister can check on Commissioners also turned over to coordinator's salary. WATERS will be available anytime he is needed by the peoplein

Compressor Bought... a tower committee, which bids tower on maintenanceman painting the Gaines Replacement... District 4. They can rest assured that, if elected, HAROLD

Commissioners approved a $4,265 Jerry Thompson says needs do- Commissioners expressed an in- WATERS will be there for them.
ing badly. tention to advertise for a replace-
hid from Splf Safety Equipment Co. The bids are to remove old paint ment for Zoning Director L.M. Bradford County has many problems, but HAROLD
and rust and to repaint. Two biddersare Gaines who is retiring because of
Legal = right together: Harrington poor health. WATERS believes that by working with THE PEOPLE and the

Tower Service of Morgantown, KY Commissioners hope to combinethe other commissioners we can find solutions together. Vote
bid $2,495 and Angle Tower Co. of jobs of zoning director and ,
Gainesville bid $2,500. Jackson manager of the county landfill for and elect "A Man for the People".
NoticesPUBLIC Wrecking and Sand Blasting Co. of operation into one job and find a per-
Jacksonville bid $5,470. son who can handle both operations. Thank you PD...POL. ADV.Qeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeec..

RAYONIER, INC., has made application
Radio Tower (Allowed In any zoning
classification with special exception) to I C ,,
the Bradford County Board of Ad. C
justments on property that is classifiedOR I C RE-ELECT
and described below: RE-ELECT
Located In the Graham area off C.R. C a
18 and lying between SW 18th Ave. and C DR. LEN SGHLOFMAN P
Section line approx. seven acres out of JUDY
Parcel 092100100. In Section 21, C School Board District 3
Township 7 South Range 21 E. This request .a e
Is for Bible Broadcasting Network. '
The Bradford County Board of Adjustments BECKERSchool C
will conduct a public hearingat e
their regular meeting held on Tues Board
day, August 26 1986, at 7:30 P.M. In the District 2 j (111' e
Council Room of City Hall on Thompson t &hL' l rr c /
1 I
Street. Starke, Florida. If
At this time, all persons will be heard c ,f
concerning this application as specified c
Gaines c
L.M. "
Director _4"
B/7 I Itchg

IRENE H. COMBASS has made application e Board Member, 4 Years e 9

for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for CHILD e Classroom Teacher, 10 Years c 9
DAY CARE CENTER t6! to the Bradford e Vice-Chairman, State Textbook Selection Committee o 9
County Board of Adjustments on property
that is classified OR and described > 9

below Located: seven miles South of Starkeoff EDUCATED e Initiated and Pursued $400,000 grant fore 9

S,E. 35th St. In the Theressa area In e Masters Degree In Mathematics Education BHSAuditoriume \ 9
Section 2, Township 8 South, Range 22 e Studied Public School Finance 9 I

538900000 East, three acres out of Parcel e Attends Legislative ConferencesENERGETIC Capped legal and other professional fees to keep 9 :

The Bradford County Board of Adjustments 4D.c more for education. 9
money :
will conduct a public hearingat & ENTHUSIASTIC .ce 9
their regular
meeting h.ld on Tuesday
August 26, 1986 at 7.30: In the e Regularly visits schools
p.m. IC i
Council Room of City Hall on Thompson e Participates in PTOs, Band Boosters, BHS Alumni Assoc. C Worked for construction of Starke Elementary walkway,

Street, Storke Florida. e Active In various county Youth ProgramsPARENTTAXPAYEREDUCATOR truck driving range, and reconstruction of high school .
At this time, all persons will be heard !
concerning this application as specifiedIn .
the Zoning Codes of Bradford County. Working WITH YOU 'to Improve schools ,1
L.M.Gaines Democrat our Pd.Pol.Adw. C FOR THE CHILDREN OF BRADFORD COUNTY.Pd.. Pot Ada. 9 ,
8/7 Itchg J oooooovooo00 OOQO Q0OQOQOQOQO s


I.. .. '-. .

..- ,. ., .. "'" .,_, .. .r.... .' ,,, ,

f ,



I, Humane Society Members Urge Changes at Council MeetingA II


group of some 20 Humane Society Councilman Vernon Silcox at- plaint, because a dog had 'been Florida Legislature had adopted the Pumper no. 2 has been returned recognized for the number of
tk members again had Starke commissioners tempted to terminate the lengthy released without the requirement to publication. Commissioner Bobby from Ocala, where it was renovatedfor facilities to be named. He said that
on the griddle Tuesday discussion by agreeing the records have the dog sterilized. Renfro told Biggs' motion to have Attorney less than the anticipated 7500. he would not be in favor of persuing
night, Aug. 5, agreeing to correct Irregular begged improvement, and stating the council that it is a violation of Terence Brown review the book and It is now in excellent condition, and the recommendation. Silcox said
feedings and inadequate that the group could spend the rest of Florida statutes for the pound! to make recommendations passed. ready for use, reported the Chief. "We don't need to open that can of
": record keeping. the evening trying to read and Inter- release a dog, without provisions being Hardee then recommended the worms."
'i Mrs. Claiare Capps, a member of .pret the records. He suggested the made for sterilization of the adoption of the 1985 National Fire Who to Honor; Schaefer withdrew the request.
the Humane Society who lives In the council accept the criticism and cor- animal Codes, volumes 1 through 8, with all Council Avoids Problem...
vicinity of the dog pound, complained rect the records, which obviouslywere Both Schaefer and Silcox made revisions and supplements. This Depositions Taken...
it. of irregular feeding times at the next to non-existent. statements, thanking Renfro for her recommendation was also turned Schaefer asked the council for per-
pound. Capps told the council that Renfro moved on from accoun- comments,and assuring her that the. over to Brown for his review, and mission to name a committee to con- Attorney Brown advised the coun-
she could determine if the dogs had ting for dogs in total, to accounting reforms she requested were considered opinion. sider naming the various sports cil that depositions will be taken
reasonable and would be im Hardee complexes through-out the city. August 6, In reference to the NAACP
been fed by the barking and for individual dogs. Current recordsdo requested permission to
suit it is for
charging a
behavior of the dogs,without leaving not provide for the movement of plemented.When spend $327 for the marking of fire This impossible
suggestion had been made black candidate to be elected to city
her home. Mayor Charles Schaefer individual dogs, from intake to Renfro suggested that the hydrants through-out the city, with
some time in letter offices under the current
city contract with Alachua County tc blue reflectors. The ago a to the at-large
\ responded by saying that he would disposition. Shaeffer promised that council told him
i instruct Mr. Merill Dees to establisha this area of records keeping wouldbe handle the animal problem Silcox that he had the money in his budgetfor Telegraph. Councilman Jimmy voting system, and asking that
Crosby said he considered the member districts be
single voting
said "no." Silcox said that he would proposal
a fixed time each day to feed the improved. small expenditures, and to proceed
last when he implemented. He said that he wouldbe
not be willing to delegate that if he year was on
dogs. Capps accepted the mayor'spromise Renfro continued into another so desired.
t. Recreation committee but found taking depositions from all the
to improve the feeding area. She said a dog had been pickedup responsibility to anyone over which Councilman Biggs asked Hardee there ,
I schedule. Saturday, June 28, but there was the council had no control. about his academic courses, and were too many people to be plaintiffs on Thursday.

I Mrs. Barbara Renfro then took the no record for that day. The owner The council meeting fill- was told that Hardee has completedall
room was '
r podium, and held the position for the had retrieved the dog, which had ed with Humane Society members. required courses, and has taken Now Open in Lawtey
next 45 minutes, citing the poor been carried to the Police Station, Following Renfro's the examinations for becoming a _
records system used in accountingfor rather than to the pound. The dog presentation, State Certified Fire Inspector. -
exited the
f dogs. Renfro produced copies of was not licensed, and still has not well they pleased with meeting the promise, semmingly of im Hardee has received notificationthat Jhlfvla; Beauty Salons, ; 1
records beginning in April, 1986, upI been licensed, according to Renfro.No provements. he passed all tests, but his cer- t" !
through August 2. The Telegraph impoundment fee was paid. tificate has not been received as of In Hairstyllng" NW Eunice Rd. Lawtey

I was not furnished a copy of the Fire Chief Speaks... August 5. Grooming for Men, Women & Children -3 I
,I. records, but from the conversations July 18, two dogs were adopted, If the three firemen who took tests Opi-n 8.30 H m. -a p m Turn-Snl. Cluscd Monday f .
and the Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee ad- BI* BaB m=*== ... _!
between Renfro and the Council, it $40 impoundment fee was this week passed, then the city will ra>i UllnlTT '
: became obvious that the records left paid. A receipt,written on a scrap of dressed the council, recommending have 6 EMT fire fighters and one Cllmatress Perms reg. as" 782-3590
[ much to be desired. paper was given to the new owner, that the council adopt the 1981 edition paramedic fire fighter, which will Through Month of Auau .$2700 Freda Lanukv.owneropriator.
!' Both Mayor Shaefer and Renfro and the money was turned in properly of the "Life Safety Code Hand- upgrade the quality of the local Bisgaas ,,7mi MC=r
,;: studied identical records, yet could but Renfro complained about the book," with all future revisions.The department tremendously, said :>
1; not agree on the number of dogs that apparent lack of adequate cash con- fire chipf .tAtpr that the Chief Hardee.: Featuring Products
< should have been in the pound at the trol. There followed a discussion a a a a a a S a a Salon Prescription Center
end of July. Renfro contended that 5 concerning the handling of cash, but j;Tr TT TT TT TT TOT NA W T5T"WET"fir tt"flT T ff ff ff TjJr -
dogs are not accounted for. Based on there was no contradiction to Ren- .
individual interpretations, council fro's charge of poor cash control f" ....
members were not sure if any were records. 1-10x13 1 99 Deposit
unaccounted for, or if Renfro were Renfro had one more item. She iRayDurban' rev .
correct stated that she had filed a com- (Wall Photo) $10.00 Due at

*1 )} 18x10 Pick up

Council Tells Chief rw SCHOOL BOARD 25x7 (plus tax)

2- 3x5

} DISTRICT 2 1 16- King Size Wallets $1 099

to Rotate Purchases Regular Size Wallets


4 When Councilman Willie Strong the land fill on SR-100 South, near J ... ...", KODAK PAPERAT
] asked where the city would buy gas Keystone Heights, Commissioner Pd Pol Adv )} ".
in August, Chief of Police M.M.Jordan Bennett pointed out '. "
replied that he had been making ;
I purchases at the Handy Way Store. Pay Raise Request... PERSONAL -.. ... .',( "'
Mayor Robert Scott pointed out Chief M.M. Jordan renewed his requested Born& Raised In Bradford County "- .......,1-;' I .
that the city had been rotating pur a 5 percent cost-of-living Married 17 Years Former Bonnie Rosier K
.. chases on a monthly basis among all pay adjustment, but stated that the 4 Children:Chris 15,Scott 13, Ramie 10,Greg 8 "- ;
gas retailers, and purchases shouldbe request would be withdrawn if the city BUSINESS K TWO LOCATIONS: r
made at the Commissary Food would hire an additional Owned& Operated Successfully for6 Years )} BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE
Store on CR-225 West in the current policeman. PROVEN PERSONNEL LEADERSHIP "- Palmetto & Nightengale Sirs.
month. The request was shelved tem- Master Sergeant(E-8)) Florida Army National Guard for Keystone Heights Fri., Aug 8
Chief Jordan stated "I'd rather porarily, until budget matters would PROVEN INTEREST IN OUR SCHOOLS "- Photo Hours: 9-12; 15:30BRYAN'S
I 11 not go there"referring to an incident be discussed. Later, during the the Served 4 Years as PTO Officer for '- ACE HARDWARE
l i some two weeks ago, in which discussion of the 1986-87 budget, the LES& BMS Parent Advisory Committees fr
1] Charles Stalvey, owner of the Com- council considered an additional PROVEN INTEREST IN YOUNG PEOPLE 1101 South Walnut Street
missary Food Store, was given a police position, but took no action. Active In Little League Baseball Starke Sat., Aug. 9
ticket for having a license plate on Jordan was promised a definite President of Pop Warner Football Photo Hours: 9.121.5;
'1 the rear of his truck, rather than on answer at the next regular meeting.A Supporter of F.F.A.and 4H ,. 0 ;
the front. public hearing will be held wTiTWPresent
Strong said "Charlie told me he Wednesday, August 27, to discuss Ray Durban School Board District 2 ,
k) didn't want that police car on his next year's budget. this ad to
... .. ** **** photographerat
property anymore. l JJt. eat N t'e .4 time of sitting and receive
11 Mayor Scott said the city doesn't Fire Report...
4 extra 3x5's with
1 have a personal axe to grind with Fire Chief Bill Crouse reportedfive purchaseof
/S anyone, but that the city could not fire runs during July. 10.99 package.
< divide the business. If a gas!: station The largest single loss was the fire
| served one department, it would that destroyed the Ernest Ward VOTEandELECf TERRYGAINES
I i have vehicles.to serve all city owned residence, valued at $104,000. ;

In a telephone interview following Other Items...
|i the council meeting, Stalvey said Strong reported that water lines
that he expects to service all city have been installed along SR-225
'j owned vehicles with gasoline during East and down US-301 south, and on-
'J the month of August,and foresees no ly required hooking up 6 or 8 metersto City Commissioner Lf
''i' problems with selling to the Police complete the job. Residents are Group 3 u9a fr
Department. charged $65 for meters installation,
i for total of $85. Lifelong Resident of Bradford Co.
( a
'J Grant Administrator... plus $20 deposit Group charge
The city allows payment to be madein Long Family Background of Service
1 i- The city of Lawtey has a $500.000 three monthly installments, if re ) To Our Community 99' per person
Eager to Serve You, The People
for the rehabilitation
Grant approved Chief Jordan reported that the
and/or replacement of 16 housing !- traffic light is being delayed by the use
units in the East Lake Street Department of Transportation. The YOUR SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATEDPd
Area, which is CR-225 East. railroad has completed its paper Pol Adv
/ City Clerk Al Anderson had adver- work, and has no objection to mov ,'.' .'for Good look
tised for an administrator for the ing on with the project.
fund, in compliance with terms of
the grant. There were three firms l FOR CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITSJASONEK J
which submitted resumes in
response to the ad:
Fred Fox, Inc., St. Augustine, GED TESTEarn
Fla. !
Sarah T. Davis, Alma Ga. n
Julian Webb Jr., Chipley, Fla. JOHN
The grant provides a stipend of your high school diploma by taking
$99,000 to administer the fund, so
competitive bids were not required.The the GED Test. For further information call

tions council submitted reviewed by the the three qualifica-ap-- 964.6150: The deadline for registering is

plicants and chose the Fred Fox, 14
August 1986. Testing dates and times
Inc. firm to handle the grant. STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 13.
are as follows:

Fallen Limbs...

Bennett, chairman of the Streets
Committee, reported that he Aug. 18 & 19 Aug. 20 & 21

receives numerous calls in 1:00 * * * * * * * * *
reference to the removal of tree : p.m. 6:30: p.m.
limbs. He said the city has no way of ON THE ISSUES
cutting limbs, and has no provisionfor : p.m 8:15: p.m.
hauling limbs, since the local 6:30:
land fill has been closed. Residentsmay p.m.

burn limbs or carry them to 8:15: p.m. Education As a former Baker County school teacher, I believe In

I a "back to basics" approach to quality education

because It works.

Automatic Pay Raises

"IT'S BEACH- .TIME, for Legislators You and I do not receive automatic pay increases and

> neither should our elected leaders In Tallahassee. My

VI" opponent, George Crady voted for the automatic yearly

a. B'EACH- Income I am against It.

-, I

a STATE:..:SRNATOR.. DISTRICT .5 # u Closer to the People I believe that a representative must be close to the

Dear Voters: Lei me tell you a little about myself: r' .( : :!I. people. My commitment Is to have frequent town
My parents were farmers In Gilchrist Co .' a ;rit;; meetings In each community and a mobile office that
d .
'.1 I was reared In Gilchrist and Plnellas Cos. ffi" "',;,
a: be In ALL of our towns.
can regularly
Member US Marine Corps, t
.Wounded In Battle of Okinawa Lobbied Legislature for 23 Yrs. .'.i ? Attended UF on a football scholarship, later Inducted Into UF ,-of
r Hall of Fame i igti
Employed by Fla. Highway Patrol 1951; promoted to every | < w rv
rank from Trooper to Colonel. Director of FHP, 1972-1982, I A clear difference
r' where I supervised over 2,000 employees. jz the clear choice
Listed In Who's Who In America; Member Christian Heritage JJj4

Church. L. ,
A(mall campaign contribution. of IO-S2S wills graatly appnwlatod and may be mailed .
to Eldrlg BMCh Campaign Ofllca 1100 Capitol Clrel IE,TallahaMa. Fl 32304((904)) : r
SMM12. ..

,... 'ef.


-. ....p,...- -:. a -- _...;'- _. ...._ S
"JiIif.JtjII.10' '
: :t os"Augs17,1086
_. .. .
C i r -r I -If i.:1 IiIIIi-. --- -- - - - ---

w-.- ---,

,',' "\".' ... yM ... 'V.\: I" f -. ,

.. .. ,1,.. .H' .. .. ....M.h _......_...... ..*.__ ......-. _ .,.-.,. ..._ .. J po_ w--A.M-_+M-.r1-W 0" '" .. .

f\ "

Page 4A TELEGRAPH August 71, 1988 .
__ .'"

Sam McGarvey Continued to Write His 'Great Day' Column ,

i". \ .

Despite Handicaps That Seemed InsurmountableSam r

t t
I want for that price," the buyer said, "so operation.As Stecher, both of Gatlinburg, Tenn. I
McGarvey and his wife, Alice, arrived -
take it leave it. farming became more and more un-
or Before his death, Mr. McGarvey expressed -
in Bradford County 37 years
ago..never to leave again.lie Sam took it, of course, but he didn't like profitable, Sam was duties forced for to give up his a wish to be cremated, as was his I
it.He was a Scotchman at heart,and proud part-time writing The Telegraph wife, Alice, who preceded him in death by
and at '
had been a space buyer and copy From City of tt. He didn't like to be taken advantage High Springs Herald- ,employment to which he commuted the- several years.A ---

writer with an advertising agency on New sf pricewise, but would give you the shirt some 25-30 miles a day through fair memorial service will be held at 3:30
York's Madison Avenue. She had been a off his back if he thought you really needed weather and foul. He began work at the p.m. Thursday in the Archie Tanner McGarvey ,
bacteriologist for the City of Port Orange Desk to it. Gainesville Sun In 1963, reporting regional Funeral Home chapel on U.S. 301( South.
New Jersey. They wearied of city life ana Sam's second contribution to The news in his own inimitable, but accurate
decided to make a new start in this comparatively 8 1949, in a piece
Telegraph came on July style; often taking photographs to illustrate -
sparsely settled area of North BradfordCounty called "Fair and Square" (reproduced on his stoi les.

Florida. this page), After retirement from the Sun in 1974 he

Early in 1949 they wound up in Bradford credit black was menindictedforithemurderofDave began writing a column"Great Day in the FAIR SQUARE

County, found a pine-wooded tract of land three Silcox in holdup earlier Morning,", a Sunday feature of the Sun
just north of Lawtey and decided like L. a grocery that even after his eyesight completely failedas
he"ate crow" by admitting
Brigham Young--"This is the place." Farm Is that before year coming, here he formed the wrong a result of glaucoma. He was forced to By Sam McGarveyIt

Sam and Alice arrived at their new homein opinion of black-white relations in the which type his entailed copy in a a complicated painfully tedious correction way was Interesting, as an ex-Yiuikee, to attend the recent '

time to plant a spring vegetable crop, courtroom from reading one-sided anti- when he sensed without mender trial In Starke and aee and hear first-hand how
mostly turnips, mustard and cabbage.Sam's Long] Jump south newspapers in the North. Bradford process seeing Impartially the fairly or
that he had made a typographical error. proceeding were conducted. A local aelr-respect-
first big disappointment several County justice,in this case,he proclaimed, The dogged determination from Ing citizen had been hot to
stemming death the defendenta
months later was the discovery that it is "fair and
was square. his Scottish served him well dur- Negroea, and
ancestry public feelings were aroused Thin
much easier to a than to sell it according
grow crop month later on August 12, The ing these times. But he to
for a profit. One trying was never whflt, I had been led to believe was a setting for prejudice
Telegraph presented its readers with a late with his column. racial bias and bloodshot
Being familiar with the advertising personal column Justice. But they did not materialize.
down-t -earth. highly
business he naturally gravitated to the called "Farmer's Diary." It was writtenby Early Sunday evening! August 3, Sam When you live up North you got ... distorted version of Just
newspaper office to give voice to his woes, Sam, who still had hopes of "making a died in his sleep at his quiet pine- what Is happening In the South with regard to racial matters
surrounded home where he asked to be
and his first article for The Telegraph appeared living" on the farm...hopes that were taken after spending few brief weeks in for this reason. Only stories In which a Negro has been beaten
as a front page commentary cap- never realized. But he didn t give up easy, the and local home dur- hot or even lynched appear In the newspapers and magazines
hospital a
tioned"Take It or Leave It".These abrupt even though his milk cow,Joy,caused him ing the last stages of his nursing illness.A They play up these stories as news, and of course It In news
words were thrown at him by a Jackson- endless pain and his water pump, Fin- when when a band of hoodlums take justice Into their
ville produce man who offered Sam $1.35 a negan, was a source of deep frustration, staunch Democrat, he maintained a hands. In the course of own
hamper for his string beans. "I can get all with its "on again, off again" mode of lifelong interest in local, state, and national printed In Northern a year perhaps a dozen such stories are
politics, and during sleepless hoursat publications, and reader. gain an impressionof

.. night he listened avidly to world affairson a lawless bigoted region. Cases where law and order prevail
radio since he could no longer watch such aa in the recent trial, do not appear In print because they t
,/ : ;> !: television. are not "news", and consequently, Northern readers
: \ get only one
", i.E" 'D\I': "m'o""IDI"J, :'L'S'/ : Sam is survived by two brothers, WalterE. Ida of the picture.
:, : :; : : McGarvey of Chatham N.J., and This writer at least had such an Impression. In national

; James F. McGarvey of Bowie, MD.; two magazines, over the radio and television, and In metropolitan
sisters Marion Anderson, and Ruth L. New York newspapers he had been led to believe that Southern

Justice aa regards the Negro was a mockery. Southern friends

tried to explain, but In light of all the.cases,
If Jails Won't Hold'em All they were uncon-
t County Agent'sNotebook vincing. And perhaps one of the moat damnable aspects of it all, I
was the fact that the Russians played up every single story a*

Build More JailsPrison evidence against this country.And .
eon It was with great Interest that the writer and his
wife attended. the trial as new farm- r-irejiidenta of Florida

By Bobby Taylor hoping that their fears would not be realized. Here's what they
admissions in Florida rose reading for all young people: law and heard:

from 1,354 during the month of July Caterpillars & Ornamentals A trial as orderly and fair certainly as any witnessed

1985 to a record-breaking 1,907 one year Crack is the most toxic and most po During late summer, caterpillars cause North the defendents represented by able counsel .up a i P
tent form of cocaine available. It problems for gardeners all over our state.
later, during July 1986.A produces preponderance of Negro witnesses testifying against the defend
instant and instant ad- As you probably know,caterpillars are the
an high ents .' A candidate
Negro for the excused
Jury by the defense
large percentage of this increase is larvae stage of butterfiles and moths.
diction. Everything cocaine does crack .
an Intent but orderly courtroom full
spectator, of which'perhape
attributed to the highly addictive effectof While many of the winged adults are at-
cocaine in the form of "crack" does too faster. tractive, the damage caused by the larvae 40 percent were Negroes ample precautions taken
or"rock" certainly is not. Because caterpillars are to ensure the safety of the defendents or. In other words Just
the new drug which is popular Both substances can kill the very ravenous feeders they can cause con- about the opposite\ of what .they had been led to believe happened
among young buyers because is pro first time someone uses either one or siderable damage in a short time.So,early down here.
duces a comparatively cheap "high" the 10th time the 100th time. Users detection and prompt counter measuresare
or At any rate. I wish that the editors of sonic of our nioi e biased -

and is easily obtainable. But the "high" risk death each time they try crack or There very are important.few too many kinds of pest northern publications could have eat through the cntiir trial

that comes in a few seconds lasts only a Cocaine. caterpillars to cover in a single article, but here last werk. raIn confident that they would have been Coined:

few minutes and calls for a "fix" at a I will discuss a few of the common ones to admit somewhat shamefacedly, that they arc jfh'lnr.their

cost of $10 to $20. As the saying goes, Crack and cocaine can kill in four you may encounter,and comment on some readers a badly distorted picture of true conditions In the Smith.

this soon runs into money, causing ad- direct ways, says Ian Macdonald, M.D., basic control measures.

dicts to resort to breaking and entering, director of the U.S. Alcohol, Drug Abuse seriously Sod webworms damage and lawns.fally And armyworms, it's not ... --------------J

purse snatching, mugging, and other and Mental Health Administration.These unusual for both to attack at the same'
crimes in order to finance their addic- are: time. Webworms are the smaller of the LETTER TO TilE EDITOR:

two species, reaching a length of only
tion.The 1. Convulsions followed by about three-quarters of an inch,comparedto Re: Chris Campbell Funding Drive
growing threat of crack/rock in respiratory and death
collapse ; one-and-a-half inches for .
armyworms.In As the result of the
Campbells' not to return Chris to the Pavel Kozak
Florida has caused Senator Lawton 2. Cardiac arrythmias (irregular general both are greenish in the young Clinic in Figueras, Spain for treatment, the committee in charge of raising
Chiles to urge a special session of the heartbeats) leading to cardiac arrest stage, turning brown as they mature. funds has suspended future major drives in this direction, for the present time.
state Their feeding is similar resulting in notch- In the event of unusual
Legislature to consider ways to any medical circumstances requiring additional funding -
and death .
: ed leaf However
crack down on those dealing in these or ragged edges. web- aside from monies currently available in the medical trust fund, the com
tend to feed in while
worms patches armyworms mittee has been assured that all pledges will be called in, and various benefits,
life-threatening drugs. Senator Chiles 3. Myocardial infarction (heart attack cause more scattered damage.The projects, drives and events will be resumed for this purpose.
wants the drug elevated in legal statusto ) which results in death; orange dog caterpillar is a common Sufficient funds are currently available at the Florida Federal Savings and

the rank of heroin, LSD, and other 4. Increased blood pest on citrus trees. It's black with white Loan Association in Starke to meet Chris's needs for special diet foods and skin
highly addictive narcotics. pressure leading to markings and slimy looking. It's eggs medications for at least the next 15 to 18 months.
brain stroke and death. which look like small yellow beads, are
hemorrhage, Mr. has
Campbell agreed to furnish news updates on Chris'condition and
Speaking of rock, Senator Chiles said, "A we'd laid on the newest plant growth.At maturity gress. News media may call him at telephone 964-4536 in Starke. pro-
year ago, never even heard
the dog becomes a swallowtail
"This is so readily available. It is so ad- of crack," said Dr. Arnold butterfly.If orange. For those concerned caring individuals who have indicated their personal
dictive. If you use it two or three times, Washton felt desire to continue contributions to Chris' medical trust fund please mail or
you're addict. Once director of research for 800-COCAINE, you've ever suddenly a sharp, deliver same to Florida Federal Savings &Loan Association,395 West Madison
an you're addicted sensation while
the national toll-free helpline. Today, stinging pruning a plant, Street, Starke, Fla. 32091.
you're going to sell or steal or deal. you may have come in contact with two
You're going to sell nearly one-third of the helpline's callersare stripes (one white and one maroon) down P.O.Box 1192 Mrs.Pauline Aiken,Chairman
your body, you'regoing addicted Heights/FL chris Campbell Fund Raising CommitteE
to crack. both sides of its body. It has many clumpsof Keystone 32656
to steal
deal in
or to feed
drugs stiff poisonous hairs. Touching these is Telephone 473-4441
Crack reaches the brain within
your habit. painful to most people. In some cases, the
seconds, produces an intense high that reaction is bad enough to
The Senator is in require Letters !
right saying that the
lasts a few minutes and leaves the user hospitalization. The 10 moth caterpillar Lounges Are No Place .
Legislature needs to tighten laws on craving more. which is only one of several stinging .. For City Interviews i
possession and sale of rock. This could varieties is found on such plants as 4 I
easily be done by putting "crack" on Crack users become addicted within hibiscus, poinsettias, palms, and many tditor!; Telegraph: Dear Whoever:

par with heroin when it comes to months instead of years. Eighty-two others. Re: The Telegraph article on Execution Execution City I
penalties. Under present law it takes 28 percent of 800-COCAlNE's callers Caterpillars can be controlled' City in your July 31 issue. Ain't it a pity?
with chemical If
grams of crack or rock to qualify as a report a compulsion to use crack againas the mechanically caterpillars, are large, and sprays.few in Since when did a local lounge becomethe Our once peaceful little town

felony, but only four grams of heroin.In soon as the high wears off. number, they can be removed from the proper forum for interviewing a city official Is getting widespread renown
plants by hand. Or, if egg masses are on Starke's relationship to the elec- For ..
Some 7 the being the home
percent of callers
a statewide the Florida tric chair
survey recognized, these can be destroyed before or any other topic of public in-
Department of Law Enforcement found surveyed suffered brain seizures, 64 they hatch. Chemical control materials in- terest? Such "official" interviews should of Electric Chair,

that as of June 20, 282 pounds of crack percent chest congestion and 40 percent clude sevin, malathion, and bacillus thur- properly be held in the City Hall or some Where killers sit to curl their-

cocaine had been seized in the state. Ir chronic cough. Thirty-two percent pro- ingiensis. dignified. setting rather than while hair.
duced black phlegm. Sevin is a stomach poison, that's good to "bellying up" to the bar, it seems to me.
street sales this would translate into Taint funny, McGee--
use on small caterpillars that are hard to Some of the remarks made about Starke
almost 1.4 million doses with a sale They also reported depression Irritability find. However, sevin isn't a very good con- were undignified, untrue, and totally It's plain to see
value of over $2 billion. extreme paranoia, lack of sex tact poison. So, it can't be used against the This uninviting reputationNow
undeserved. They are making us
Under present law, possession of 29 drive, memory loss, violent behaviorand caterpillars Malathion that is a good are already contact\ quite poison large.but a laughing-stock of the country and who widespread throughoutthe

grams of heroin can bring a 25 year suicide attempts.A poor stomach poison. So, it's best for use wants to identify their hometown as the nation,
mandatory sentence and a $500,000 fine on large caterpillars. Malathion must be "home of the electric chair"? What a Will frighten away .

while the same amount of crack or roc) dealer can process an ounce of cocaine applied thoroughly, to insure contact with shame. Those who make hay
would costing $1,200, into 437 vials of all the caterpillars.This can sometimes be Name Withheld on Request And could help our city
bring only a three-year man- crack and at $20 each, can clear a hard to do especially on large shrubs and Progress. What I I
a pity
datory sentence and possible fines of
$7,000 profit trees.
per ounce, according to
$50,000. USA Today. Bacillus thuringiensis isn't a chemical.It's Ever Noticed? Starke "Mad""Do

As the an example of the ineffectivenessof Base, or crack, houses are springingup only a to bacterial caterpillars.concentrate It won't that's harm deadly any The Isn't Editor it interesting: that the local politicians *** .

seller present law, one local crack- in cities where crack is out of control.An other insects. who haven't acknowledged you once all the good you can.By all
was arrested three times within 80s version of opium dens, crack When applying pesticides, you should in the past two years now greet you with a the means you can/ In all the way
five weeks for selling the drug, having houses and the dealers who run them always use caution and common sense. smile and handshake or pat-on-the back as you can,/In all the places you tin./
been released Avoid contact with the concentrate, and if lost friend At all the times you canTo all
the first two times after you were a long ? the
offer users a place to smoke crack until stay out of the drift. Read the
posting spray product Lynette R.Baxter people you can,/ Aa long aa ever '
moderate bonds that could easi- ,
their money runs out. label carefully, and follow all direc- you can." John
Starke Wesley
ly be paid from her profits during that tions exactly. ,

period. Some spend hours, others days main- -- .-. .. .
taining a constant high, never eating

deadliness Somehow of the message of the never sleeping, caring only about the I Forestry In Bradford Count.
drugs must be brought to next dose. I
our young people through more em- Active Seniors...
phasis in the home, the church and the Crack is instant death for some, ins- By David W.Norton for an announcement. The seedlings are

schools But this instruction needs, to be tant addiction for all. The bottom line isdon't The Senior Center offers various Bradford County ForesterIf set there aside will specifically be no problem for this purpose so
oacked use It. Even once. activities for senior citizens in- obtaining them
up by more suchas after the
stringent laws, : needlework you are interested In ordering seedlIngs September 15th sign-up date.Just
those proposed by Senator Chiles.In Straight Talk About Drugs Is a syn cluding, bingo, etc. macrame, exercises from the state's nursery you may be a reminder that the free seedling program,
dicated column written by Sue Rusche, surprised to find out that some species are which is sponsored by forest industries is
already sold out. As of this writing, the available to anyone in Bradford County in-
her "Straight Talk author and national authority on drug The Center l 18 terested in
About Drugs" open Monday Division of Forestry has Genetically planting at least S acres into
column, syndicated writer Sue Rusche abuse. Write to her In care of the through Friday from 8:30: a.m. to 4 Superior Slash Pine, Loblolly, Longleaf, commercial production.
told it like it is with the Gainesville Sun, P.O. Drawer A, p.m. and Is located behind the new Dogwood,and Red Cedar still available for One other reminder Is that cost-shared
message which should be require Gainesville, Fla., 32602. courthouse on the corner of Grand sale. All of the pine species are selling for assistance for tree planting is again
and Georgia Streets. $20 per IfOOO and the Red CedarDogwoodare available this fall. Sign-up under this pro
selling for $60 per 1000. gram is during the month of August for
I anticipate that our nurseries will carry this winter's tree planting season. Please
H :;' .D Teresa Contact Wood Beverly McGee or most of the pine species through October, see Mr. Warren Carver at the Bradford
at 964-4545 for
: more and Agricultural Center call
information. but Red Cedar Dogwood will probably ,or him at 9644548
ell out during the month of August.For for more Information.This Is a good opportunity
those of you who may be interestedIn if you were considering planting; S
The surface of the Moon has about the same area of Africa the Free Seedling Program; it will be offered acres or more and did not want to spend
again in mid-September, so watch you life savings to pay for It.





i T

r I

\ r'I August?. 1986 PELEGRAPII Page SANavy

I I ____ ,... Did You Know.......... Airman Apprentice ayme
'. ". L. uhl, daughter of
Corley B. &
The children of L.F. & Mildred
Juanita D.
Linzy of Lake Butler
Social Side Griffis surprised their dad with a
Club News recently reported for duty at Naval
combination retirement
Air Station
Agana, GU.
theNews NoticesChurch HilitesBy dinner on Saturday, August 2.. She is a 1985 graduate of Union
of D Items' Everyone had a good time. County High School. .

Dolores Meng $:::::::::::::::::s::::::::::sa::::::::::':':':':'::;:::::::::::::::::;;;:::::i::::i::ii:; : i::::: ::::'W:;:::;:!:!:?:;: '

,.;;" Phone 468-19IS i'r&i''f&X'X'iwVacation i*::*::::*:;::*;:::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.:.:,::.::"::::.:.::.::.::,:::':,::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::::.::.::.:::.::.:.::.:::.:.::,:::.:.::.::.::"::::.:::.:.::.::YNYJr1ri i:: :::: ::::::N.=.t.;;.;....:.::.::
.. .M
WeddingsReceptions ; :::
:: :::
'f tie's high school graduating class :
1 Jamboree for Chris...
held at the Amsley Golf lub'in ::::::: :::,*:
.i tfi\ Parties The Jamboree held at the Hamp- Atlanta in June. Her refurbished :...;...:.:;'C:: ...."...;1.:.
ton Firehouse Staurday night and graduation dress and bouquet rib- > Bible I School I
August 2, was entertaining bons 1 1m 1
were among interesting
monetarily successful Some $340
.was collected for the Chris Campbell mementoes on display at the Reu f{
Fund. nion. 1111111 CHURCH OF CHRIST
Tammie Lynn WestfallTo The
daughters Patty Sanford, .
Pauline Aiken and Mrs. May
Wed September 20 Belle Mrs. Whitehead from Keystone Laurel, Holly and Ken-fa, former :::: : ::::::?
neighbors now living in Miami,were U: 10-14
Heights who serve as Chairmen of August f
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Westfall of among recent visitors of Mr. & Mrs.
Raiford announce the engagementand the Chris Campbell Project were ::: :
Connelly. :c: :eo
: .. .
present at the Jamboree.They gavea ...:: ,:::
approaching marriage of their :; ; ,,:,
+,p daughter, Tammie Lynn, to Charles report and showed pictures of St. Edwards News... ::::::'::::1:: 7 p.m. 9 p.m. : "..
Chris before and after his treatmentin
Green III, of Lake Butler.
Charles Lyman is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Spain. They thanked all who have Oktoberfest Planned... 11m I! 633 McMahon Street Starke it::;
St. Edward's
4 Catholic Church will ..
Charles Lyman Green II. supported their project to improvehis ..... ::
The wedding is planned for physical condition. sponsor Sunday an October Oktoberfest 5 celebrationon the ':::::-1: Begins Sunday at 7 p.m. [? :c
on parish
September 20.Michelle Among bands who performed at grounds. ;:::::::::: ::;..:::ol
the Jamboree were the Strawberry <<
Stilwell Jammers of Starke Hank Lott's Mrs. Bobbie Moore, Chairman,
Honored at Luncheon Bank Lett's of Grass, Billy Dupree announces activities planned. Bar- mmm Ummmimm 1 1i1i1i111i1i1mmmmmmmmmm11i11 mfi1im 11111 1111m11111111111111 l1111111m111l11!
with his Sea Grass Bank and the Leo B-Que chicken dinners, arts and
Miss Michelle Stilwell, brideelectof Hill Band. crafts, baked goods and candies, ice
Dr. Gray Flynn'was honored at a Cakes made by George Werre and cream social, white elephant booth,
bridal luncheon Saturday, July 26 at Beverly Padgett were raffled. prizes and games for everyone.The .
noon at the Bradford Family Barbeque beef, hamburgers and next planning meeting is WENDY REPLOGLE I

ilk Restaurant. other refreshments were served. scheduled for Sunday, August 17, at
J. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Mr. Werre thanks all who helped in 11 a.m. in the parish hall. ?a : ---- -
J.E. Denmark, Mrs. Janet Turner, &S '
to make this Benefit suc-
Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mrs. Ann any cessful.way CCD Registration... I, -Se-

Godwin, Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips, Those attending were also informed On Sunday, August 17, at 2 p.m., :
Mrs. Huston McClane, Mrs. T.G. of the Adam Hardy Fund now be- registration of children for religious
1 1I Ritch Mrs. Joan Chitty and Mrs.
L << Godwin. ing collected in Starke. education classes will be held in the

I J.B. arrival white silk corsages The next Hampton Jamboree is parish hall.Parents ..w..
Upon to the honoree scheduled for Sat., Sept. 6, at the CI- and children will meet
were pinned mother Mrs. LloydStilwell ty Park with proceeds going to the teachers, review teaching : .
Michelle her 1S
Cancer Fund.Celebrates. materials, and be treated to an ice
Shelley Renee Raley her grandmother, Mrs. cream sundae.
Randall L.Reddish Walter Nolan and to Mrs. George Birthdays... C '
Flynn,Jr., mother of the fiance. Appetizers RENEW Review... ,t
Shelley Renee Raley were served to the guests by Mrs. Louise Mattheus celebratedher
To Wed Randall ReddishMr. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Phillips. July 23 birthday by visiting Mrs. Margaret McCully, St
The luncheon tables were in a relatives in Tampa for three days. Augustine Diocesan Coordinator of
& Mrs. Luther "Doug" Raleyof u-shape banquet style with white She was accompanied by her son, the RENEW Program was guest
Theressa announce the engage- linen cloths decorated with fresh Glen Mattheus of Folkston,Ga.They speaker Tuesday night, July 29, in
ment and forthcoming marriage of greenry arrangements. The head were guests at the home of her St. Edward's Parish Hall.
their daughter, Shelley Renee, to table was covered with an army- sister-in-law, Mrs. Alma Peterson.On Dr. William Marchese, St. Ed-
Randall L. Reddish son of Mrs. Bar navy cloth with a silk floral centerpiece Saturday, Mrs. Mattheus wentto ward's RENEW Coordinator,
bara Reddish of Starke and Mr. in shades of blue and wine. Chiefland where she visited Mrs. welcomed Mrs. McCully to the
Lamar Reddish of Santa Fe Lake. Mrs. Turner gave the invocation Ruby Mattheus, her sister-in-law. meeting attended by Team
Shelley is a graduate of Bradford before the luncheon was served. They celebrated the 91st birthday of members, Altar Society and Parish
High School class of 1984 and is The hostesses presented the silk another sister-in-law, Mrs. Lily Council representatives.Mrs. .
employed by the State of Florida at floral centerpiece to the honoree as a Walker. The had dinner at the McCully reviewed accomplishments ,I
Camp Blandmg.Randall momento of the occasion. Lighthouse Restaurant in Fanning of the Program and S Ii i
is also a graduate of Brad- Class of 1971 Springs and returned home Sunday. offered suggestions for the for is now at
ford High School class of 1980 and is thcoming Season V scheduled to !

Butler.employed by Owens-Illinois in Lake To Have ReunionTo Attends 50th Reunion... begin on Oct. 12 for a six week's C.J.'s Cutt 'N Loose

all classmates of 1971 who are Mrs. Pattie Connelly has returned period.
The wedding is planned for interested in having the reunion, we home from a three week visit with Father Joseph Finlay, pastor US 301 South Starke I
in the
6 1986 at 7:30 thanked
September : Mrs.
p.m. McCully ana
need your $30 no later than August her daughter and family, Mr. &Mrs.
Fellowship Baptist Church of Mark and parishoners for attending and cited Come By And Say Hi
William J. Stephanie
will follow Immediately 12,1986.
Raiford. A reception the positive aspects of the RENEW
You it to of the follow .
in the Fellowship Hall. can give any Emily, in
All friends and relatives are cordially ing people: Mary Ann Clark, Mr. & Mrs. Medford Connelly attended Program.
invited to attend. 782-3556; Minnie Pearl McCloud, the Fiftieth Reunion of Pat- Vote for Nichols Elect Nichols' Council
964-4981; Sandra Demps, 9644627.

18 NOGf" ,

t a playground/ for Saints Attend

iP =- but for Sinners
a hospital 1'.1\ JD.... IJI... O .
i1tl: -rr

/ ., _ /


"Flowers for All Occasions' Seeber Goodman & Personnel Genesis 1'1-25 to Send the Very Best" ,
Kim & Jan Johnson
U.S. 301 South 1011 N. Temple Avenue Monday Near Bradford 9641776FLORILAND Sq Shopping Center

964-7954 9645899BOWEN'S Genesis
2624: I .
POWELL'S Tuesday .
DAIRY FREEZE PEST Distinguished) Caring Service Worship at the Church

"Home of the Footlong Steak$;" "Draw Nigh to God and He Wednesday for Over 50 Years of Your Choice This Week

1212 N. Temple Will Draw Nigh to You" James 4:8 Psalm Steve & Cindy Futch & Staff J D. Jr. & Vernle P. Odom
96492MDIMPLE'S 191-13 514 E. Nona 964-6200-Keystone 473-3176 393 N. Temple Ave. :984-7700
964-6567 _
BRADFORD TITLE 65113KeislerWilliunu :
STYLE SHOP / aka dd>< L
& ABSTRACT a1r a j0y' Palm "The Best Way to Go" "The Price Is Right"

"We encourage you to worship Dimple Overstreet & Staff alr ,e 001 i +04.+ 35 Management & Employees State Road 225 at US 301 Lawtey

this I week & every week 117 S. Thompson Street Saturday 1290 N. Temple Avenue 782-3017

964-6881 __ 964-5780 zr' 4o11aiah 9646744DOUGLAS

OF S .
I CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH AT STARKE 1- We BASK ers, Service that Is Distinguished,

DODGE, INC. "Serving You First" Alternators & Generators Professional Thoughtful

"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W Madison Street I IS I sometimes 1 good I to be uncomfortable f Auto Marine Cycle Batteries 802 N. Oak 964-790S

I U.S. 301 South'964-5237 or 964-6313 Being content In all situations and surround407 N.Temple 964-7911 Carl I D. Halle -
.II 964-6011 ings could denote a lack ol growth
Ii Learning is an ageless avocation and to be LYNN'S CUSTOM Community
RIVER GRIFFIS & SONS hours of being State
CEDAR eager to learn could require some
uncomfortablehkehomewarkforayaungslerls Bank
t.!J SEAFOOD FIBERGLASS WORKS often for them a very unpopular task although PLASTERING INC. Z Starke'
i i' "We Encourage You to Attend necessary It they are to learn and grow to
The Best Seafood in Town at the Church maturity. "Your Complete Dry Wall, Plastering Starke's Only Home Owned
Worship Services
Ave. with everything like It Is" & Stuccoing Needs"Hwy. Independent Bank
236 S. Temple Those satisfied
Choice"US -
of Your
1* Starke 984-5517.11
c rarely contribute to new creations or accept chal S Walnut M4-7I30
964-5685 964-5531 :
301 North lenges that help their fellowman
Making sure that their mundane way of life Is HURST'SORlAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS
.LETA'S FLORIDA not upset means not rocking the boat'or"mak
Ingwaves."lnotherwords.nolgenlnglnvolved. ,
Stronger more creative venturesome and "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff

"Your Family Hair Care Center"1HN. Officers, Directors alert know oreaGotmmewoadmwhlcntheyllve,and to 987 N. Temple Avenue Hwy. 301 North

Walnut Street yes about the eternal life 964-6111 9647500CORBETT'S
9648113Chastaln's & Staff Outstanding They want visions ol truth,for they know that _
the 23ih lime
must from this planet,and are ----
Achievement in bringing about a bet one day they
eager to hear about a future life That why they BEAUTIQUE
I Jewelry I NAPA AUTO wayLandinohehcaAgarycor go to Church.They know then are people thereon Costume Jewelry, Cosmetics & TIRES & SERVICE

& Gift Gallery PARTS STORE 'advertising the and same women search of the and cloth that to there help are them learned men Fragrances for Men & Women Complete Tire Shop

Bibles, Gifts & Jewlery "All the Right Parts avei.m/ewn,,-M*Socmy I Across from Bradford Square & Auto Repairs
____ 417C Edwards Road 402 N. Temple Hwy 301 N.
104 W. Call Street In All the Right _'p0.M _' .....-.u... 964-4077 960\-1438'
'. 964-7271 155 W. Brownlee Rd. 964-6060

CO.r..QJ & Equipment
LODGE ''""" -Ml; South 301 Plaza
"Worship This Week and Mandarin Szechuan Cuisine Complete Auto Parts "Quality Work for Less'u -

Not"Spend A Fortune"Hwy. A Night Every Week at the Church of'1900 N. Temple Avenue & Auto Paint I State Road 100 South (Across from Norma..'. Market)

your Choice" N.Walnut St. 964-5844 964-5263 964-7434
301 N. 964-7600 lots N.Temple 9S4-6481; -



"7.77 Every Pair I Every Day From All of Us at Western Steer "Love Is Good For You" Superior Quality Homes Catfish Johnson & Employeesworshipetyourchurcheveryweek. CORP'

Open 6 Days We encourage you to 925A N. Temple Avenue at Affordable Prices 107 E. Call Street,
U.S. 301 South Mark
. : : 964-4582 Hwy. 301 South 964-6633 9644524HOMETOWN ,Mullins &,.Employees
4178 Edward Road 964-4071 1848081THE

FAMILY HAIR This feature is made possible by the" APPLIANCE. .REHIAL.TV & ;.,''I,ANDREWSDESIGNERS DRUGS

OFFICE SHOP above firms who are 100 % interestedin OF STARKE

Precision Hair ."See You In Church '"Don't Get the Runaround Ervln Andrews

for the Entire Cutting 110 W. Call Street this community. Rent at Hometown"
617 N. Temple 964-6424 9647170r
870 NW McMahon St 964-7303 964-5764 ,

4. .,;L _. __ 4 +L............. i"-- r - r,,,,...T.vgM! +wow, w. . ?w. ., .. _

.f...."' n ........ -.--

-- ..- ,

I ,, r-q-/MiVM.-',- .
r-M- --.W .' -- -" ." ;
; I \ --j---------jI


I HagefiA iii.KGRAPII August7,1986 I Did You KnowNavy i--

Catherine Ruth Roach of Starke is
Church JNewsDr Reception Held At among the 172 students making the Marine Pfc. Keith G. Wyrick, son .

.. .. ., St. Mark's EpiscopalThe Seaman Kenneth G. *'ox: Presbyterian College Dean's List for of Dada F. Hollifield of Hampton
";: son of Glenn W. &: Nancy L. Fox of the spring semester of the 1985-86 recently completed the Motor Vehi-
,. (,. women of St. Mark's hosted a Keystone Heights, recently com- session. She is part of the select cle Operator Course.
'!1 ",,",' : reception in- honor of the Kenneth pleted a five-day port visit to Hong group representing the upper 20 per During the five-week course at
: ''- I. ; ) Roach awily after the morning ser- Kong while participating in a cent of the PC student b dy. Marine Corps Base, Camp
\ .1'I: ;'iIStarke I ; vice of August 3. The Roach familyare Western Pacific deployment.While Catherine Is the daughter of Mr. & Pendleton, CA Wyrick received
I \ '" /,/ I moving August 18 to Sewanee, in port Fox enjoyed various Mrs. Kenneth Roach. classroom and behmd-the-wneel instruction -
\\:1: 1/" I Tennessee where Mr. Roach wll sites of the city, Including Victoria -sgtlSt"llass Jerry H. sates, son on the operation and
: begin his theology studies. Corps
i Peak which overlooks Hong Kong of Lillie I. Pellom and brother of capabilities of Marine
Baldwin was in chargeof techniques -
< Mrs. Harbor and China. Connie Barnes, both of Starke, has vehicles, defensive driving
: the affair which was held in the In road" and user-
';;;; Fox also participated paintingthe participated In the annual NATO ex- "rules of the
'- Parish House. Dutchess of Kim Children's level preventive maintenance.
Church of God covered The refreshment with white linen tables cloths were and Hospital of Sandy Bay. ercles Yates Central, a platoon Enterprise.sergeant with the He Joined the Marine Coprs in
To Hold Kid's centered with silk flower arrangements hospital While, one the snip's group clown painted troupe 32nd Army Air Defense Command, January 1986.
e traveled to
West Germany
while balloons were entertained the patients.Fox Officer 1st Class ReidA.
Puppet central Ger- Navy Petty
locations throughout
hung at vantage points. The is currently stationed aboard field Whitacre, whose wife, Karen, is
train in a
Starke Church of God will beholding over the fireplace had a silk flower the battleship USS New Jersey, many to realistically the daughter of Sameul F. and
a Kid's Puppet Crusade arrangement in the center flanked in Beach, CA. environment pressure.His
homeported Long Caton of Keystone
Thelma H.
the daughterof
beginning Sunday, August 10 at 6:00 by a brass candelabra.Finger foods., A 1982 graduate of Keystone wife, Zenaida, is Marchan of Heights, recently participated in
Paul P.and
at 7:30 and were served.
following each night cake punch
p.m. Heights High School, he joined the Team Spirit '86.
Kev West.
p.m. through Wednesday, August 13 Navy in June 1984. the month-long exercise,
with The Tiptons, Fish Net Sgt. William D. Craven,Jr.,son of During
Ministries, from Jacksonville, Fla. Pine Level Campers Lynn Holtzendorf of Starke and Ellie J. Johnson of Browder, KY., approximately 200,000 personnelfrom U.S. and
They will be featuring "Pepper"the Return HomeA Terese Richardson of Melrose are and William D. Craven of Starke, all services of the .
clown. enjoying a four day, mid-week has participated in Global Shield 86, Republic of Korea participated.Exercise is the
The church extends a warm handof group of children from Pine cruise aboard the 27,000 ton "fun an exercise involving U.S. Air Team Spirit conducted in
welcome to the community. Level Baptist Church returned homeon ship",TSS CARNI\"ALE. The cruiseis Force, Navy and Marine Corps largest joint exercise
I August 2 after spending a week at to the sunny Bahamas and will units, and elements of the Canadian the free world Involving approx-and
I Trinity Youth Camp in Keystone cruise through the 700 island chain Forces. imately 28 U.S. ships, 218 Navy
Patrick Anderson Heights. while visiting Nassau and Freeport. The exercise, coordinated by the Marine Corps aircraft, and 28,000
Fine Level
Group Awards for scripture memorization Air Force Strategic Air CommandSAC Navy and Marine Corps personnel.
Attends WYFB were presented to Grant Bosier Army Reserve Private Robin E. ( ), was designed to enhance Whitacre is currently
Anti-Lottery RallyTo House and Joe Starling. Heather Sapp was Edwards, daughter of Ruby M. Ed- readiness and the ability of SAC to Patrol Wing One detachment
Be Held At presented the Red Cross swimming wards of Lake Butler,has completedan carry out orders should deterrence Misawa, Japan.A of Marion C.,
A group of twenty-seven membersof award. The Pine Level boys were Army food service specialist 1976 graduate
First Baptist Church at Fort Jackson S.C. fail.Craven missile maintenance Moore High School, Louisville\ he
Pine Level Baptist Church enjoyed recognized as having the "cleanest course is a
Dr. Patrick Anderson will speakon lunch together at a Gainesville cabin". As a reward, they were The course trained personnel to specialist with the 351st Strategic joined the Navy in December 1976.
Tuesday, August 12, 1986 at 7:30: restaurant last Sunday, and then attended given a pop corn and Kool-Aid party. prepare and serve food in large and Missile Wine at Whiteman Air Force .--
.m. at the First Baptist Church of an "Open House" and the Accompanying the campers was small quantities. Students received Base, MO. .
Starke p in opposition to efforts to first birthday celebration of Christian Mrs. Dorothy Melton, who served as training in baking, field kitchen ,XO ,
establish a lottery in Florida. Dr. radio station WYFB. a counselor operations, and the operation of t'- y 4SERIoj
Anderson has a Ph.D.in criminologyat Station Manager, Dick Weer, Army dining facility.
Florida Southern College, greeted the group, showed them
Lakeland, Florida. their facilities and explained their Elect Nichols-Council Staff Sgt. Cheryl M. Hooper
The public is invited to come and operation and programming.WYFB daughter of Kathleen M. andCharles
hear the reasons against using offers fine Christian broad- J. Hooper of Keystone }
gambling as a means of raising tax casting, which is listened to regularly Heights, has graduated from the Air CUSTOM i
revenues. There are many valid by many members of Pine Level Force non-commissioned officer ..
reasons of which the public needs to Baptist Church. I leadership school at Charleston Air .r:
be aware of as they will be asked in Vote for Nichols Community News Force Base, S.C. : : ,. Draperies Vertical Blinds t
November to vote on the lottery and Elizabeth Walker The sergeant studied techniques of "
issue. The leadership, management and super Balloon Shades Mini Blinds '
casino gambling pro- UCHS Class of '48 964.6683 ( I/I .
gambling forces try to confuse the vision.
needs to be Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Hooper is an inventory .
issues thus the public Planning ReunionThe manage- 'f Roman Shades Bedspreads
Church revival will begin Sunday,
aware of these facts. ment specialist with the 437th Supply
The rally is sponsored by the New Union County High School' August 10 at 7:00: p.m. and run Squadron. All Drapery Linings
of has 1 through Friday, 15.
class 1948 begun August
River Baptist Association and Dr. graduating: Marine Pfc. Keith G. Wyrick, son FREE
for their reunion.All Services will begin nightly 7:30
banning :
Anderson is provided through of Darla F. Hollifield of Hampton,
with the interested persons should con- I Through Month of August
special arrangements p.m.The recently for duty with 2nd _
act Walt Massey at Rt. 1,Box 655-E, community is invited to at- reported '
Florida Baptist Convention. Lake Butler. Fl.. 32054. t end Rev. frank Evans will nr>/ ch. Force Service Support Group, Camp
A 1985 graduate of Hunter Huss :
High School, Gastonia,NC, he joinedthe
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS IS '.Im// Marine Corps in January 1986. j Coordinate your home or office.


COUNTRY Terwillegar Motors Florida Building, remodeling or decorating

Liquid Glass CALL FOR HELP!

is your dealership with the best prices in Fla. or Car Care Center c; \l\'eJ\ -.\\ 5| 2$0 n/ '

Ga. "For that lifetime '' Interior Decorating Made Easy 'I I

SHINE! l For Shop at Home Convenience

Ranger 4x4 F-150 117" W/B 106 Brownlee Road .; : Call: Donna Gruen 964-7714 Starke
\ Call for
964-8348 :' i a no obligation appointment
Air, Tilt, Speed Control Tu-Tone, 300 six, 4 speed I MT l/il '

2.9 L V-6 Engine Tilt, Cruise, Air, Headliner .

5250 G.V.W. .
vj_ _



$ 10 X95 $9995:-

', Escort 2 Dr. Escort 4-Dr Wagon II IfOJEs I,

Air, Stereo Cassette .
A/C, Stereo Cassette, Value-r-kg. I
Special Value Package
5-Sneed. Full Size Spare

8602.00 9414.00 ,

._ Dlsc,611.00 DISCOUNT 611.00 : \ /

,- 17991.00nbisc691.00
Q $8803.00DISCOUNT I I,

$7' 804.00 i f Ii I
300.00 *
$7999.00 II -Z/f/ f,

,, // / I

Taurus GL-4 Dr. $13,182.00VG i'-

ll5iaTflS I, '
Auto 0/Drive, DISCOUNT 1187.00 I'

Tilt, Cruise, El. Cassette *

Road Wheels, Cony. Spare 11,995,00 i't!
"",: ;! i t

Plus Fit.& Sale Tax :_

Used Car

1986 Mark VII Lincoln .

SpecialsDr.., Designer Series. 7,000 Miles Telephone Rentals: Your ticketto

23,495 full service.

Rent a phone from Centel l, and don't
you pay a cent for Parts or labor.
1986 Mercury Lynx"GL" If something goes wrong,just bring your phone in.Wel1 fix it free.
1984 Isuzu Or if you'd rather well make
Impulse ; housecalls for a nominal fee.The cost to

Wagon Loaded. Black W/Gray Interior rent is minimal, too.Just $3.50 a month rents a newlbuch-CalJ phone. !

Auto., A/C, Speed Control, Stereo Cass. 4o' And any services necessary to keep it ringing true. '

,495 Telephone rentals. It's just one>f the ways Centel keeps

6,000 miles- Save 3,000 8,995 1984 Datsun 300 Z connected.To get the ticket to full service,call your Centel Service you well'I,''I

1985 Lincoln Town Car Representative.
Loaded. Black W/Tan Interior I

Alum. Wheels-Leather Int. 14,995 $9,495

1985 Crown Victoria 2-Dr. 1984 TransAm T-Tops ..
I..' _,.
19,000 miles Sold New l
; for 17,000
over Loaded -Red W/Grav Interior .! .".'v '.

Leather Interior $11f495 10,995 ,. ,'.,R .' '.. ..... .'I

1 1984 Cadillac El Dorado 1983 Camaro Z28 ; .. ',.A ) I

"Biarritz" 14,495 T/Tops Manual Trans. ij"h. ..,./.:...i.r: ",,,,"(1',(1"; I
[loaded w/equlp. Over 25,000 New! 8,995 I. ".... ,-..iI"'W'IV :': .'" :_,.t.)',.,".

.... ., ,- '. I."':; ..: / If',.I' ttt' ut. I;I,: '..t .,' ,
i "

Terwiilegar Motors CEMTEL I III

473-FORD (Ke stone Heights) 964-7200 (Starke) Where people connect. II

C CenIeI,1968

... -- ... .
w If'I -- -- -- -- ---'

.,....., .. .. . .. .
.. "
.. \ '1' .. ... ... .. -

-'-' '- .--., .- -' . .. .r .. .t - -.- --. --.. ,. =-iiiii ..'. .. '_ ... ..... .I" .<4o'H
'. 'I
V 1 ;a .

August *, IH8S TELEGRAPH Page<%

I Starke Stars Put On Show, Place-Third National Tournament .

The Starke Stars finished third when the Stars edged 3-1 past B&G McGriff, putting the Stars in the top The Stars batted only .385, to score three more runs for Stars 10, Farmhands ;
among 41 teams at the Boys 18-and- Tire of Jasper, Indiana. four teams and allowing them to 10-for-26.() Mike Chappel, 2-for-3, was the win\ In Game No. 1 played at 11 :}J5 a.m.
under Junior Olympic National In the defensive struggle James play Sunday. the only Star with two hits. Randall Polk was 3-for-3 at the Friday, the Stars eased 10-4( by the
Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament in Carver and Eric Nazworth were Hitting stars were Mike Chappell Pasadena's champion Bullfrogs plate, Sean Robinson and Eric Naz Farmhands of Palmyra, Virginia.The .
Gadsden, Ala. July 31-August 3. 2-for-2 at the plate, and Mike Chap- 4-for-4 Johnny Jackson 3-for-3, and posted a 7-1 record in tournament worth 2-for-2, and Johnny Jackson Stars hit ,4b3, going 4-for-29..
The Starke youths were 5-2 in the 2-for-3.. It was a defensive struggle Lee Austin, Eric Nazworth, and play. and Mike Chappell 2for3. Johnny Jackson led the team with a
national tournament, losing only to over an excellent team, says Sean Robinson 2for3. perfect 4-for-J performance at the
had 11 hitsin Stars 8 Ferdinand 7 Stars 5 Jclenic 4
the first place Pasadena Lakes Coach McGriff. The Stars plate. Mike Chappell and Tad Cr ws
Bullfrogs and the second place 24 at-bats, a .458 percentage.B&G Pasadena 9, Stars ;3 J In Game No. 3 played at 12:30: p.m. Mike Chappell hit a three run were 2-for-3.
Satellite Beach Rockets, both Tire was the third place. Eventual tournament champion Saturday, the Stars edged 8-7 by the homer over the left field fence, 295
Florida teams. The top four teams, finisher in the 1985 nationals. Pasadena Lakes from Pembroke. Ferdinand Merchants from. Ferdi feet from the plate and over the Next Year..,?
including B&G Tire of Jasper, Indiana Pines, FL beat the Stars 9-3 in Game nand.. Indiana. 8-foot high fence to lift the Stars 5-4 With only four players leaving the
who the Stars beat to finish Stars 15, Clydesdales 8 No. 4, knocking them into the loser's over Jelenic Machinery of Mentor, squad because they will be too old
third, all qualify to return to the 1987 In Game No. 5, the Stars went 15-8 bracket Saturday in an 8:15: p.m. The Stars were down 7-4 going into Ohio In Game No. 2 played at 10:45: for next year's team, Coach McGriffis
nationals to be held in July 30-Aug. 2 by Clydesdales of Charleston, S.C. in game. the bottom of the seventh. But Ferdi p.m. Friday looking forward to a another good
in Albany, Georgia. a game played at 9:30: p.m. Satur "We had two very, very tough nand walked In one run and Mike Gary Wise was 2-for-3 for the season.
The Stars finished their season day.It. games and were fortunate to win one Chappell hit a bases loaded triple off Stars. The team hit .286 in the game,
with a 35-22 record. In compilingtheir was a good win, says Coach of them," said Coach McGriff. the 8-foot center field fence. 295 feet 6-for-21. See Page 8
5-2 record in the national tour
nament, the Stars scored 53 runs, a
7.6 per game average, compared to
46 runs, a 6.6 runs per game .
average, for their opponents. The .. '
Stars got 96 hits in 190 at-bats for a ".;,f..'' ," j.1
.505 13.7 hits I '"
average, or per game.
Opponents of the Stars ;
29-13 tournament record, sowing
the Stars played no weak team. '

Satellite Bch 13, Stars 9 -- 4e

In the final, Game No. 7, the Stars ,If find -
lost 13-9 to second place finisher, the -
Satellite Beach Rockets, even with 1g1 Ja lower sale
the team hitting at a .618 pace, price on school:.
21-for-34 for the game. The Rockets _.
got a little revenge on the Stars who AMERICAS FAMILY DR UG STORE' .' "m I that supplies ad to, bring-
beat them twice in winning the -- I
Florida state championship, said k 10 Eckerd. We'll i
II '
Coach Jerry McGriff. \a meet that price .
For the losing Starke team, Jamey and save
Crews and Tad Crews went 3-for-3, you
Lee Austin and Wise from running- _
3-for-4 Gary ,- =- ::::;
Mike Chappell Johnny Jackson and Sale prices good thru ::. tore to store -

Timmy Seeley each getting two hrtg. Saturday, August 16th.
Satellite Beach finished in second
place in the national tournament. '

Satellite Beach they would have
played out of the loser's bracket for I
the national championship and I II II II II
would have had to twice beat the -l.
first place team, Pasadena from I
Pembroke Pines. II I IF
H : I
Stars 3, B-G Tire 1 II
In Game No. 6 a third place finish : : I
and a team trophy were assured II

TornadoFootball F II my II II I

I I I II I I I I 1.00 avalloM MailInrabatc / I

I I II on purelmM ef Iwo
I I 5 !
I Pile wllcctl offer I I B-PK. 12-OZ. CANS 2-UTER CA135 or CL110
Limit 6Coupon Limit 3Coupon
Coupon Good rhiu&ia abel Limit 3Coupon 12iXPOSURECoupon
Good Thru 8/16/86 Good 1116116186 Good thru 8.1666 COM Ihiu&1&M

'-' .
football practice begins at :BACK-TO-SCHOOL: : ;HEALTH AND,BEAUTY ; FOOD AND CANDY :

9 a.m. Aug. 15 at Bradford High Wlrebound Notebook 70 sheets ... ....... ..... .............. 3/100 Krlsty Wells Krazy Nails, Stick-On Krazy Nails or Ultra Krazy Nails Gum 10 Available In 4 flavors 97
School, says Head Coach. David College Notebook 100 sheets :....;.:.;:.;.?......... .......... 6," ((3.99 100)) ....-.... .-. .... .-. After Rebate 2.99 Wrlgley Grandma's Soft Cookies-pack Assorted Flavors 68'
Hurse. Entire Stock of Knapsacks Reg. 3.99 to 999 .. 25% Off Krlsty Wells Glue Pen or Nail Glue ((1.99 1.00)) After Rebate 99' Minute Maid Apple or Orange Juice 3-pack Reg. 1.29 99-
The first football game Is just overa Entire Stock of School Bags Reg, 3.99 to 9.99 25% Off Cleopatra Hypo-Allergenic Lip Gloss with Built-in mirror 2.88

month away- Sept. 13 at home Pentech Markers .- .......--.. ... .- .....--. ..-. 99' Khol Eye Pencil ...., .-.... .. .. .. ...--.-... 188
against Monticello. Crayola Crayons Box of 24 ...... .. .. .. .... .. .. .... ..... 99 Alyssa Ashley Musk Hand & Body Moisturizer 16-oz. 3.75
There'are 36 players listed on the Scrlpto Lead Pencil 5mm or 7mm .... ............ ..................,.... .. .... 99' Gloria Vanderbilt Cosmetic bag with Free Gifts .,.." 10.97
varsity and 52 on the junior varsity, Write Brothers Pens 10-pack .................... ...............,......................".... 99' Jherl Redding Shampoo or Conditioner 15-oz., Mousse 6-oz., O Entire Stock Of
including 17 sophomores. Only two Erasermale 2 Pens 6-pack ......"..."""","......................,.........,............. 99' Gel 5-oz., Lotion or Glaze B-oz .............................. ......,............ 2/3,00 3 3 Sprinklers, Patio
lineman Dane Clark and Rollerstlck Pens 4-pack ."...........................".....................,..............,....... 99' Coty AJrspun Face Powder or Powderessence Creme oOFF Furniture Patio
sophs tailback Rodney Mosley, are listedon Mead Binders The Organizer Trapper Keeper 2 styles. Flex 3, Foundation .....,...?...?...... ......, ... .....".....".".......,.......... ... ...... ......... 3.29 Accessories, Barbeque
the varsity now. The Data Center or Super Shades All-in-One ................",.... 3.99 Entire Stock of Hair Brushes Reg. 1.49 to 559 .. .... 25% Off
Mead 5-Star Poperpad 125 sheets, Pod Folder or Clairol' Pazazz Gel 4-oz. or Mousse 5-oz. ....,.., .. .. ". .. .... 2.59 Grills, Coolers and Jugs
Jamboree is Sept. 5... "Wrapper" Notebook with Cover ..........?........................?.............. 1.49 Miss Clairol shampoo-in Hair Color ..,...... ............ .... ........ .. 3.49 Reg. 79 to 79.99ELECTRONICAPPLIANCECAMERA
Football Jamboreewill 12" Wood Ruler ..............,....................................................?................ 3/1.00 Head & Shoulders Shampoo 18.75 bonus size .... ... ....... .. 3.29
The 1986 Fall Starke this 3" x 5" or 4" x 6" Memo Notebook ........................................ 3/1.00 Style Shampoo or Conditioner 20-oz. bonus size ...,......... 1.59
be played in year 6" Protractor .....,.,...........,........................................................?................ 3/1.00 Perms Soft Shampoo 16-oz. with Free Conditioner 8-oz 2.59
and is set for Sept. 5 at 7:30: p.m.In- Pencil Top Erasers 5-pack ........,....................................................... 3/1.00 Lady's Choice Dry Roll-on or Solid 2-oz.
Five teams BHS, Palatka and West ECKERD Pencils 6-pack ......................................?....;......................,... 3/1.00 Price reflects label offer ..................................",....................... ....... 1.69 Energizer Halogen Flashlight Reg 7 49 9 49
terlachen St.Augustine and there Dictionary .... ,..."....,......,..,..,..."...........................,.......................................,. 1.49 Clearasil Vanishing or Covering .65-oz. or Adult Care .6-oz. 2.29 GE Steam Dry Iron #F379BL. 12 88
Nassau, are participating Clipboard ...,." ........."....,.............,....""....".".............,........".."..............".". 1.49 Style Hair Spray 12-oz ......................................................................... 1.19 VIP Pro. 1250-watl Hair Dryer Reg. 1499
will be five quarters of football. IHS Y? Binder with 6 pockets .................................................,...............". 1.49 Foamy Shave Cream 11-oz ............................... ......................,.." ... 1.79 ((999 300 200)) .-......- ........- .-.. After Rebate 4.99
and WN will play the first quarter, Heavy Duty Binder ...."..,...,............,......................................,'...............,.. 1.49 Mylanta Antacid Liquid 12-oz .........".......,..................,... ................, 1.99 VIP Pro Flocked Hairsetter Reg 2999 ((24.99 500)) After Rebate 1999
Palatka and WN the second BHS SA Centurion Pencil Top Eraser "..,.......................................................... 1.49 Mylanta Antacid Tablets Bottle of 100 ...................... ........ ....... 2.49 VIP((499 Pro. 200)Curling) Brush... #,VPHCB or Curling. Iron.. #...VPIT After Reg Rebate 6.99 each 2.99
and Palatka the third, IHS and Vinyl Organizer "........"..,......,.......,................................................."'.....,..,. 3.99 Today Contraceptive Sponge Box of 6 Hamilton Beach Toaster Oven #336 Reg 5599
the fourth and BHS and SA the fifth. Stationary Set .,..?..........................,..,............................................".........,. 3.99 ((499-200)) ...............................................................,... After Rebate 2.00 ((4499 500)) ... .. Alter Rebate 39.99
Warms ups begin at 6:45 p.m. Ad- Battery-Operated Pencil Sharpener .........................".........."...." 2.99 Q-Tlps Cotton Swabs Pack of 300 ..., ................ ............ ......... ,1.71 Mr Coffee Junior 4-cup Corfeemaker" JR-4"""
mission is $3.Workouts. Any Fashion Wlrebound Notebook In Stock ........................."." 79' Vaseline Petroleum Jelly 7.5-oz. ,.. ..,... ........................,............... .. 177 ((1999 400)) ... ,......... ."...... .."'.". ..""..... .. ......... After Rebate 15.99
Fashion Portfolios ........?....,,.?...."...M""..".................".,...,................,.,. 2/1.00 Depend Undergarments Regular Pack of 36 or Extra Absorbency GTE Ultrastar Desk/Wall Telephone Reg 4999 ,,...., .........." ..... 39.99
Set... Portfolios ., ,....?.....................................""...'''..........''.''"......."..,......'..".. 5/1.00 Pock of 30 ((14.49 300)) ....... ......... .......,.., ,..,.. After Rebate 11.49 Magnavox Stereo Cassette Player #ED8040 Reg. 4999 ". 39.99
Players are asked to report to the Report Covers 3 styles ".......".........................."...""....."".. .....-...... 5/1.00 Nature Made Vitamin C 500 mg. 100 tablets ............".... .. 1.49 Maxell Blank Audio Tape 90-mln. 2-pack .... 3.99
field house at 9 a.m. for a briefin>}. Texas Instruments Calculator #30III Reg. 14.99 ..,.... "..... 9.99 Nature Made Vitamin B-6 50 mg. 100 tablets .................. 1.97 Duracell "AA" Batteries 4-pack ,.." ..... .... .. 1.99
The first workout of the season is Lunch! Box with Thermal Bottle Reg. 669 .". ......".. ...?........ 4.79 Nature Made Vitamin E 400 IU. 100 capsules ............. .... 2.69 Entire Dlgltech Stock or GPX of Picture Stereo Frames with Headphones, 199 #2830 Reg. 1499 999
to 999
Reg 40% Off
scheduled that Friday af ternobn, the Eckerd Dlphedryl Elixir 4-oz. Compare to Benadryl ....... ... 1.19 Keystone Evertlash Disc Camera #1070 26 88
first day allowed under Florida High :HOUSEWARES Eckerd Hydrocortisone Cream 1-oz. Compare to Cortald 1.44 4" x 6" Photo Album 60-pocket Reg. 499 2.99
School Athletic Association rules."I Eckerd Epsom Salt 4lbs. Reg. 1.49 .. .... ,........,..................... .... 99' Ansco' 35mm Camera #335 Reg. 31.99 26.88
want to encourage every: foot Niagara Spray Starch 22-oz. Reg 1.39 ......... ., .................. 88 Dr. Scholl's "Hidden comfort" Insoles 1-palr pack .... ... 109 'Z" Watches by Omni Men's' or Ladles' Reg 1999 14 88
ball player to report that day, says Magla Table Top Ironing Board Reg 5.99 ....... .. _., 3 99 Soflens Enzymatic Cleaner Refill Pack 24 Tablets ................ 5.97 Spartus Sonic or Morning Star Alarm Clock Reg 999 6.99
Coach Hurse. Sweater Dryer with Air-Flow Netting Reg. 4.99 ,. 3.49 Boston Cleaner 1-oz. or Conditioning Solution 4-oz. ,...... 4.29 Maxell VHS T-120 Blank Video Tape 4 88
All sophomores are requested to Mr. Coffee Filters Box of 100 Reg. 99' .....fl.-----... 67 Acutrlm. Acutrlm II or Acutrim Late Day 20 Tablets ........... 4.29
to practice with the varsity at Glad Handle-Tie Kitchen Bags 13-gal., Box of 10. ....... 99' Neosporln Ointment Yi-oi Limit 2 ..,............................................. 2.39
report Aug. 15, even though they Black Flag Ant & Roach Killer 151'>-oz. ...................... ............. 2 29 Act Dental Rinse 12-oz. Mint or Cinnamon Flavor .........".... 2.19 I 'OR.I
9 a.m.be the JV team. Plans are Rubbermaid Laundry Hamper Basket with Ud Reg 11.99 ... 7.99 Reach Toothbrush ....?.,.-...... ........,."'....-...........,..,..,....,..,...,,................ 1.39
may on to have the sophomores' Rubbermaid lllt-lld Wastebasket ,....._.........-......,................. ...... 5.99 Johnson & Johnson Dental Floss 50-yards ...........",............. .. 1.09 i SAVE UP TO $3.00 ON I
this season with the varsity each Mon- Rubbermaid' Rectangular Laundry Basket Reg. 5.99 .., ..?_ 3.99 Stayfree Max! Pads Box of 12 3 Types .......".........."........."."..... 1.59

practice day and Tuesday, then go down Wastebasket Rubbermaid.. 11-Quart.".............?..Bucket..............?Bath??.......,Tub.........Mat.......,.Shower_...,...........Caddy. ......_. 2.99 or Playtex Deodorant Tampons 16-pack 3 Types ",......."... .. 2.09 PHOTO
with the JV to 12" Fan 2150 19.99 ...... 1688 Cortizone-5 Ant) itch Creme 1-oz. 2.59 I PROCESSING'I
preparefor Galaxy #
Wednesday night The Oscillating 3-speed Reg. No Nonsense Hosiery ................"............,.........,........",........,.........."". 1.27
sophs the will Thursday learn more and game.progress Charlie .47-oz. or Jontue .7-oz. spray cologne ,................... 4.99 I $ I Rlarwruce 20FF sOFF cr1a I
under experienced Suave Shampoo or Conditioner 16-oz., Lotion 10-oz. or IXP.1011 DISC .
faster coaches practicing with fewer players per Hair Spray. Styling Spray or Gel 8-oz. ... ...............................".... 1.79 2..1X'. lOlL M.IX' ROLL
Aquamarine Shampoo Conditioner 15-oz. or Lotion 14.8-oz. 99' I Prxunt ttiit coupon wtm your next original roll or disc film I
coach, Hurse points out. SAVE MONEY HI & Oil Solid 2-oz. or Roll-on 15-oz ..,...."............",.......... ...." 99' Gel twice .... print with System :2
Ninth graders will begin practiceat who did Tone 475-oz. 2-pk. or Dial 5-oz.. 4-pk. Limit 4 .................. .. 1.19 or try Ultralab 3S-, U you'i serious about :39mm.
9 a.m. Aug. 20. Freshmen DON'T SACRIFICE QUALITY Cutex Polish Remover 4-oz. .....................,................................... ..... 89' I I
not come out for Spring practice are .......... .. 2.39 Limit 1 coupon pm roll Of dltc. .
welcome to come out this fall. Boys We have 400 Eckerd Brand Equivalent Bayer 100 Tablets or Maximum 60 Tablets Limit 2 Coupon Good thru 8/16/86
who have never played much go by prescription drugs that carry the PAQ. seal and I (7641 I
! the field house and pick up a form can save you up to 50%. To an Eckerd Pharmacist, See the yellow pages for the Eckerd Drug oj.II"I'-" ooj']. IJ'l ; :" tFt I4ljy
Coach Hurse is arranging Important than health. the to limit ir
for the physicals. nothing's more your nearest you. We reserve right '
with a local, doctor to do the quantities. Limit one rebate per customer. I-r i UWa l' tla aeu..auar ;? '
.- !.
physicals.Some have not worked out m_________ .,.'t
players .
this summer two days per week as I :( : ,]leeIIJ.J:;: t : 'jlJ-1.IIIe: ;;: ] ,t : 'j'-1.IIJ.J: :;: I 11I f ) .
asked, Coach Hurse points out. II II N

Coach choice Hurse but to says practice there football will be and no I II f1J.f II. I II I I III I II

at the .

run same players a time.conditioning not in Hurse top physical program points conditionare out that I I SWi i II 17I II II III II

to injury. 'i'
more prone I ; .. I II .- II II III L

--= ::
--..-- I I II I II II ,ter i II" t< 1 :

I .- = : II II .1 I .:
AnnouncingHolly II f'?ytrKrfrt sh II "

Victoria McKinney I I I II I I I I I i II 1 1wR1 "

Mr. & Mrs. Alan McKinney the birth of of IWIET'N LOW Of PUMP4.6-0Z.NBI .4-0L. IIOIJ..ON 1.25-0Z., I 118'I IIC DtslasABlE I II.WIT'NWlLD I I I.
Starke proudly announce I I Umlt 2 Prtce I II I SPRAY 4-02. Of SHAVERS. hall \ :
a daughter, Holly Victoria, born on UmltCKLT3: "ects" label oller. lOUD 2-02. /0 PACK more. ; ,
18, 1986 In Shands Hospital in Copan Good IMa 8166/ Capin Good IIMU/161" Coo on Good Ihu 8/16116 :; Capbn Good Ihu 8/16'116 &1686 h ,''
July Ibs. 10 ,: ,,", ,1"1)) ,oj'l ". I'-i-i.] ',IJ '.-. I !.: "
Gainesville. She weighed 7 : ;: !-oj-r.I..lJ'lll'l ,oj:" 'I'I.;: :I. I'1' {ojo.JIJ'l.ll') ,o!:( [" { .J 'IJ : .1.111 oj.j: : (

ozs.Maternal Grandparents are Mr. & .. P ..:
Mrs. Arthur Layne of GruetH, TN. : ': e.i
Paternal Grandparents are Mr. &
of Starke.
Mrs. Balis McKinney
Holly joins a brother, Kevin 4
years old. AUGUST 13, B MKT ROP, ORLANDO DIST.11II .

,., -
- -
1.... ,,, ,, ,.", .Lo -.. -


.) .. . I'J
.::_'..__. _(_._:.:": : .. .: :: : :,., :: :: ,. .w.o -... -. :: 7'r .

I'agesA TKI.K<;KAIMI August, 19I1


.r ," '.,, ,
.C } 'J. J'' ,
.i ', ; ."
1 ,
to- :
.. .,V'M 1 I 'J i ,1 Ii' '', : ""
4 "
'4d J ), iP .' : !
,., .;,p' lJ ',"." ", ,r ,


t r t ytA 4
,: '

,, '.

.1./ w y : jir itwJ

rx ..,

1-. -. IE .- -
ti s t : ,

6 rr.. p' 4

lIT \W tl''n"n .IIt 1111t

y.0. r
wM.+ .i

Stars Had Crowd Welcome Them Home...

The Starke Stars, who finished third in the national Softball tournament, (holding trophy) and Tad Crews. Second row: Gary Wise David .- -.---. --- ._--
had a police escort from the county line to the Edwards Road ball field Hamilton, Eric Nazworth, Randall Polk, Coach Jerry. McGriff. Third Championship Form...
Monday night. row: Coach Hiram Chappell, Johnny Jackson, Jamey Crews, Brad
The tram members are (l-r): Green Mike Chappell, Coach Robert L. Kitchens, Jamey Carver Lee Starke pitcher John Hamilton slides another strike towards the plate
First row, sitting/ : Justin Williams. Timmy Seeley, Sean Robinson Austin Ron Thomas 11, and Jason lIugglns.I for the state champ Stars.

r- -3- J

r 11 I Starke Stars Place Tl tiird at NationalsThe


*">m Poqai 7A alternated and washed between Stars had a police escort from' the national tournament is on

.. McGriff hopes there will be games, and looked different at each the county line to Edwards Road display in the CSB.
:: ,, enough boys out for two teams next game and practice. They wore state field Monday night.
( summer. championship shirts at Six Flags Ray Norman of the Community "We: still have lots of bills to pay.
The four boys playing their final over Georgia near Atlanta which State Bank coordinated the fund Any donations would be appreciated -
games in the national tournamentwere they visited Monday on their way rniainofor ftu> trio The trophy from ," said Coach McGriff.

Lee Austin, Mike Chappell, home.
Tad Crews and Sean Robinson.
t'.1, Who Went...?
8. "".
Those accompanying the team to
.. : Starke .. included r
.t. J Complimented. Gadsden Ona G. McGriff,
... '
.: ... .,... "' Liz Farrah, manager of the Holiday Coach McGriff's mother; Franklinand
,.}!i.ti.' : '. ., Inn in Gadsden, congratulatedthe Daryl Nazworth, Glen Polk,
"......;.:.",",.". Starke contingent on being the George and Brenda Seeley and kids KOCH DRUG STORE
best behaved, most courteous, and and Granny, Phyllis Huggins and
: .: ..i;... .. best appearing group to stay at the children Warren and Carolyn 166 W. Call St.
motel Coach McGriff reported. Ms. Carver and Star alumus Robert
;' Farrah was happy to learn the Carver, Jackie and Aline Crews, Across from Bradford Telegraph
Starke group would be returning to Coach Robert L. Kitchens, Coach 964-6757 964-7188
,, b the national tournament but disap- Hiran Chappell, and David Jones
pointed it will not be in Gadsden. who drove the bus. Registered Pharmacists Ready
Teamwork Pays Off... Tournament Director David To Serve You
Miller said the Starke team was the Welcoming Party...
Starke Star Randall Polk backed up by Shaun Robinson times his best looking team and showed the A welcome home party for the Olin White -Irving Clark Jr.
I throw towards the infield while Timmy Seeley (no.19) and Mike Chappell most sportsmanship. The Stars had Stars was organized by Vivian Chap- ,
(no.16)) look on.r1 five shirts and three shorts they pell and Linda Hildebran. Your Full Service Pharmacy Featuring

Personalized Service and Individual -Attention

= = 1 __ I To
All Your Health Needs. ,

.. '" ,. ..

4Ya AUGUST 7-8-9 1n1ck I To School i Specials

Visit Our Complete Convalescent

BNe Supply
I u ilk lq1 For All Your

1 1 u "

SChODICrutches NeedsWheel Chairs
,' Walkers

Overnight Film Developmentby

gi,30..1: 48" tVk: JACK

.ALUMINUM P.rloct'or.-'orm..or"ll.bu'ldlng.ROOF, COATING. .. m' 'O\.w\: Os.n.pwpoermKrlist. Kodak
\ ... |ack with 3r_"nuou.lIft. 7.000*
e R.IIect.Ih. heal 0.0.ln.dae' e tbnl..aMS ,.
and aecke. c..o' ,aprayedSC44 I GM..I capadty." .Topgiad W.eh. ..only30.*mairtabi.. bal
> I IO "' .
sLIEEFIVEOALLONi 12 month HrMItd watranty
ONE GALLON .... I We Feature
I1'r ."u -. < Coming Soon:
MOBILE HOME ALUMINUM -- ----- ---- I TorooaP38 Hudson Vitamins

I ;y ALUMINUM ROOF COATING .R..ocl.,.. .....,. ," m Package
ROOF coos',,.......and Mala.....and crack. e P0rt ctretlecllve .... .. and other fine products
l .
root coating lor mobi'*home.cee ;: STRETCHER- Express Ctr.
COATjNp P You also FP&L
may pay your
pinTAR :::: & Airborne Exp.
\ req -, BRUSH ,, One.m.n..e.. ... Light bill at Koch Drug Store.
.a'hud. e For all .
e c.1.0" nl rool..coating e Tnmmed nr Tampico llbre" $O59 e taor20oauge Iht and E.IoUIhll.ndI.doubia. rivmHO A .Open 9 a.m..to 5:30, Mon.-Sat.
"brialleae r.2'.II.bIock aC .
.. SpedalDboa bonuapeck" oonsliuctton .. .
\ ..- 8100h -
P .atrorYdurna0 '25.88 Sale I Leas 300 rebate _poo'''''palT"0. -
4o BARBED = == $2288
FEED ,, m ab'h0 a ircont. .:;
.. .".om a:" pdmbeM IJ ooea
wdl-g Fwl '01Q 7 188
: "'"''"':. s a --. UPLAND FIELD LOADS
fauh.dwnedroamnrsula.. ...P. 12of20gaug m.1M AND
LE PRICE\ \ ) Ep.adeaa bonu.SA "-
dna E- 28.88 Sale Lass 300 rebate.
--- '''' $2588 -HOUR
H,1N: WELDED WIRE "" not

0 L-: '..:SH.' CiTCH SPUCER Meal I for Qardena and Dog afar
-- e Oueranleed AmM.CrbW.nOl.mn ,..,..
c,5 BANK mo' OrMt F- *1 1A.n : an. DIGGER
::"Ff: HO conttructnnStratchM / : $1988 ,..0 h I tfiang ofrrununMon
BLADE/ .... ",i PRINTS
/I 0Grswr..m Other __ S'xrblede e 4r hardwood
.a p 0..r 0. "NCH.snlt'.. huld.e ......s.""
=:. ,
:-"a"...n w. ear.,. WIIOHIONtH' I arvrnul boo w tor."_a,-...... UNION. "asroroer. Overnight Service
*" It
V.lb. 1510. 62 144 _American_ M._ .'
----- awa30 1 [GOLDKISTlUJJJE
12 S2.89

$688-... S1.....,.. $1Bse WEED & BUG CONTROL Exposures or

WHEELBARROWS : Disc 53.49 36 Exposures

B-4 WHEELBARROW ROUNDUP Conladwaadklltorraadllyabaorbad! -. 24 Exposures 84.98 for 6.99 '

..w Don not"iranatocaM orhr plant! Encallant'' lor adglng a apol
Heavy-duty 4 cu.ft capacity AVV N2roYInp. Re-md anar 7 days $4 016
Pneumatic lira ara+ G quart Your Film From KIS
Baked-on,long lasting finish SPECTRACIDE 6000 Buy

KC P-5 CONCRETE WHEELBARROW '/ .cys .r i Kllla! .widavarlaty Granular.atre.anuplo600sgft. $998'.,ib toapply. And Save Money! ,

; : :: :
FMamlMsiteallray bracing 10'pneumatic H liraHolda450lbaofeoncraM D.mire $4 844 Specially daalgnad for lawn and......'1011 or.... $ n 11024Exp.$2.1935mm Disc Film:
I(Aiaambly Required) Control.Ire onto within 24 hour.. fr*
i 5 IbJ 24 Exp. 82.29 Single 81.89

S '35mm 36 Exp. 82.85 Twin Pkg. 53.55
cA. ......... 'rube Contalna OaHnoohiaactldda
." I e 2 GAL COMPRESSION Forla rri "" "-one!"
STAINLESS STEEL uJP re which provide poeltiv.control of many_M Mln'aucklng and chawing In_..

e E E.eanroed trareecfi B.FTdmbun Nom ha lugwlurl sea ,. $369 ?> $554 ?... $ 38 Operated By: Hour PhotoProcessing
r' Iw
doeura e wide Nn03..aw ; MM"'M' toMnM. OMMM.
1 na,. Marian Walker '
964-7204 .
Iattytng H OAL INDOOR-OUTDOOR 00.30130
MM HornauffcUIM.pMOf,porcftoan'*"a
j Tougn.cnemlcal' --

S Dig ft00301 NP Open 10.6, M-F

", $' 2 u.s.sotw: \WI1suella\lllft 10-2 Saturday '

.-...'. .,
y Located 116 N. Walnut St.

I' ; ,I C3Q By Fair GroundsU.S. \1 GOLDKIST by Starke Post Office

301 North Starke .
L .
964.7871 N

--- --- --

. .


August?. 1986 TELEGRAPH Page 9/\

Bradford High School. : "Fighting: Tornadoes" 1986

., Keep A
S.pt.mb.r 12 Montlc.no( Horn Octob.r 24 Bishop K.nny Homecoming r

September 1 9 FernandlnaWett :
Horn ExperiencedMan
Octob.r 31November Poxon Away .
26 Nassau Away
7 P.rry Home '
Octob.r 3 Eastslde Horn Working
Nov.mb.r 14 Open ,

October 10 Macclenny Away Nov.mb.r 21 Santa F. Away

Octob.r 17 North Marlon, Home r For You


CITY COMMISSION BY Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids ::9 : : ReElectJ.T.

STARKE, FLORIDA will be received by the City of Starke for

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the one ((1)) 13.8KV Grounding Transformer

Ordinance, whose title proposed Bids will be received at the City Hall, City -

hereinafter appear, will b. considered of Starke until 1:30 PM Tuesday, '

for final enactment on the 12th day of August 19, 1986 for furnishing the equipment Legal:- Notices PARRISHSchool
described In the Contract ,
August. A.O. 1986, at the City Commission .
Documents Proposals will then and
Meeting 7:30
In the City Hall commencing, 209 N. Thompson at Street p.m., there be opened and publicly read Board Member Group 5

Starke, Florida. A copy of said Or. aloud. Contract Documents may be examined
dinance and obtained at the office of
be Born Raised
may Inspected by any -
m.mb.r of the public at th.Offic.of the W.M. Weldon, City of Storks City Hall,

City Clerk In the City Hall,. Starke P.O. Drawer C, Starke, FL 32091 NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon.star IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Educated in Bradford County
Florida. On the dote first abovementioned B/72tchg8/14 August 18, 1986, at 10.00: o'clock ,

all Interested partl. may A.M., the unaeisignea, oatorFrelghtways BRADFORD PROBATE COUNTY DIVISION FLORIDA 12 Yrs Experience Representing People of Bradford Co

appear and be heard with respect to this Inc., will sell at public auction
porposed Ordinance.. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville CASE NO.! 8656CPFILE DEM PD POL ADV
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE REGISTER Fla., one lot of gaskets consignedto NO.

CITY COMMISSION APPROVAL OF ALL Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida freight and storage charges, under the .EBLA W. YELVINGTON.- defenses, If any to It on SANDRA W. !Sampson River; run thence Northerly

AGENCY EXPENDITURES; TO RESERVETO Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Deceased. HARKINS DAWSON GALANT, SULIK along the Sampson River to Its Intersection -

THE CITY COMMISSION THE POWER undersigned, Kervle H. Combats and Standard Bill of lading. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe ELLIS, whose address is 320 East Adams with County Road No. 18; run thence

TO APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE EXPENDiTURES Irene H. Combats, Rt. 3, Box 1115 Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier, administration of the estate of Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32202 on or Easterly and Northeasterly Hong County

OF THE AGENCY; TO MAINTAIN Starke, Fla., sole owners, doing Pro. 01-802995 dId 5/16/86 PERLA W. YELVINGTON deceased. File before August 21, 1986, and file the Road No. 18 to its Intersection with

ALL OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE business under the firm name of The 8/7 2tchg 8/14 Number 1-3745. I. pending In the Circuit original with the Clerk of this court County Road No. 227; run thence NorJheasterly .

ORDINANCE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT Children's Farm, S.E. 39th Street Starke, Court far Bradford County, Florida, Pro. either before service on Plaintiffs attorney along County Road No. 227 to

; AND TO PROVIDE AN IMMEDIATE Florida, Intends to register said fictitious bate Division the address of which Is or Immediately thereafter; otherwise Its Inl.r..cllon-'wllh Slate Road No. 200

EFFECTIVE name under the aforesaid statute. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. 945 North Temple Avenue Storks, a default will be entered against (U.S. 301)); run thence Southerly along

DATE.BY: TERENCE M. BROWN Dated this 4th day of August, A.D., day August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Florida, 32091. The names and addresser you for the relief demanded in the Com State Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)) to Its Intersection .

TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. 1986 In Bradford County. A.M. the undersigned. Gator of the personal representativeand plaint. with County Road No. 221; run

486 N. Temple Avenue 8/7 4tpd 8/28 Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction the personal representative's attorney WITNESS my hand and seal of this thence Southerly along County Road No.

Starke, Florida for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville are set forth below. court this 29 day of July, 1986.GILBERT 221 to Its Intersection with County Road

8/7 Itchg Fla., one lot of carrier racks consigned All Interested persons are required to S. BROWN No. S.E. 34th Avenue (Meng's Dairy

INTENT TO ACQUIRE to Flo. Aviation Miami, Fla., to file with this court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Clerk of the Circuit Court Road); run thence Easterly along County

PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL satisfy freight and storage, charges, OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS BY: Beulah Moody Road No. S.E 34th Avenue (Meng's

NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF SERVICES BY under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of NOTICE: Deputy CI.rk7314Ichg821 Dairy Road) to Its intersection with State
ORDINANCE BY COMPETITIVE SELECTIONThe Uniform Standard Bill of lading. 1)) all claims against the estate and ((2)) Rood No 100; run thence Northerly

CITY COMMISSION Bradford County School Board Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier any objection by an Interested person to along' State Road NO lOu to tne Southerly

STARKE, FLORIDA Starke Florida In accordance with Pro.01-821668 dtd 6/17/86 whom notice was mailed that challenges Intersection with County Rood No.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Florida Statutes 287.005 shall conduct 8/7 2tchg 8/14 the validity of the will, the qualificationsof In accordance with Final Judgment 100-A (Grlffls Loop); run thence Northerly -

Ordinance whose title proposed open competition In the selection of a the personal representatives, venue, entered In Civil Action Case No. along County Road No. 100-A (Grlffls

hereinafter Professional Architect. or jurisdiction of the court. 86-6-CIV-J-14, this Is a notice of change Loop) to its intersection with Seaboard
will b. considered
appears, Selection shall be based but ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT of boundaries' of County Commissioner's Systems Railroad
for final enactment on the 12th day of upon not NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday (Camp Blandlng'Dupont -
August, A.D., 1986 at the City Commission limited to: capabilities, adequacy of personnel August 18, 1986 at 10:00 o'clock SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Districts. The new district descriptions Spur); run thence Southeasterlyalong

Meeting commencing at 7:30 past record and experience, A.M., the undersigned Gator Publication of this Notice has begunon are as follows: Seaboard Systems Railroad (Camp

In the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street p.m., willingness to meet time and budget requirements Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction Thursday, July 31, 1986.CoPersonal DISTRICT NO. 1 Blanding/DupontSpur. ) to the Brad
Beginning at the Point of Intersectionof
Starke, Florida. A copy of said Ordinance location and recent & current for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Representatives: the ford/Clay County Line, the said point ot
work loads. Mildred and Bradford-Clay County Line, and
b. Fla., one lot of galvanized sheet Welsgerber beginning.
may Inspected by any State Road No. 200(U.S. 301)), run thenceSoutherly
m.mb.r of the public at the Office of the Those Individuals or firms wishing metal consigned to Trap Corp., Miami Charlene Craig the DIMRICT'! NO.5B.glnnlng
'Clerk consideration who have not previously Fla., to satisfy freight and 561 East lakevlew Drive along Bradford-Clay Coun at the Point
City In the 'City hall, Starke, storagecharges of Intersectionof
ty Line to Its Intersection with State Road
Florida. On the date first abovementioned filed their pre-quallflcatlon forms with under the provisions of Section Keystone Heights,, Florida 32656 State Road No. 100 and State Road
No. 16 thence .
all Interested partl. may the Superintendent's office are Invited to 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Attorney for Co-Personal Representatives Road No.: run 16 to Its Westerly Intersection along with State the No. 200 (US 301)) run thence Easterly and

appear and b. heard with r..p.ct to thl.propo.ed do so by 9 a.m., August 28, 1986, and Gator Frelghtways, Inc, Carrier : Seaboard Systems Railroad th.nc.North.rly Southerly along State 1 Koao I NO. 100 to Its
Ordinance. falling .am. shall not be considered.The Pro. 040815453 dtd 6/16/86 JAMES R. FLYNN ESQUIRE ; run Intersection with County Rood SE 341hAv.nu.
of this selection Is for 405 West Georgia Street along the Seaboard Systems
scope all 8/7 8/14
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A 2tchg Railroad to the (Meng'i Diary Rood); run thence
additions Stark., Florida 32091 Northerly Boundary of
plans, renovations
REDEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND AND ITS 904.964.4667. the City Limits of the City of Starke; run Westerly along County Road No. SE 34th
remodeling or construction needed for
DURATION; PROVIDING FUNDING FOR thence Westerly along the Avenue (Meng's Dairy Road) to Its intersection
Science Lab, Auditorium and minor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 7/312tchg8/7 Northerly
TRUST FUND THE USE OF FUNDS protects with Road No. 221
; ; REQUIRING less than Boundary of the City Limits of the City of County ; run
AN INDEPENDENT AUDIT; AND .100000.00 for Bradford EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Starke to Its Intersection with State Road thence Northerly along County Road No.
PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE County IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR No. 16; run thence Northwesterly 221 to Its Intersection with State Road

DATE. of the three best qualified BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Stat. Road No. 16 to Its Intersection along with No. 200 (US 301)); run thence Northerly

BY: TERENCE M. BROWN firms will begin at S p.m., September 8, CASENO.:86187CAIN PROBATE DIVISION County Road No. 233 ( Road along State Road No. 200 (US 301)) to Its
1986 the School Morgan ); run
at Board Office
TERENCE M. BROWN 582 RE: The Marriage of File Number 8661CP thence Easterly along Road Intersection with County Road No. 227;
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. BEN WELDON HIGHTOWER IV, IN RE ESTATE OF County No. then
486 N. Temple Avenue : 233 (Morgan Road) to Its Intersectionwith run Southwesterly along County
with the best
Stork., Florida Negotiations qualified firm Husband, BERNARD HAROLD MUSIEH JR. State Road No 200 Road No. 221 to Its Intersection with
(US 301))
shall lake after the ; run
place Interview
8/7 Itchg andDEBRA Deceased thence Northerly along State Road No. County Road No. 18; run thence Southerly .

Jim Bradford Duncan Superintendent MARIE HIGHTOWER, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 200 (US 301)) to its Intersection with the along County Road No. 18 to Its Intersection

County Schools Wife administration of the estate of Bradford-Clay county line, the said pointof worn the barnp oi ",..., sun
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF 8/7 3tchg 8/21 NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTYTO BERNARD HAROLD MUSLEH, JR., beginning. thence Southerly along the Sampson

ORDINANCE BY : DEBRA MARIE HIGHTOWER deceased File Number 86-61-CP, is pen- River to the Bradford-Alachua County

,_ CITY COMMISSION RESIDENCE; UNKNOWNYOU ding In the Circuit Court for Bradford DISTRICT NO.2B.glnnlng Line (Santa Fe River); run thence Westerly
STARKE FLORIDA NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an'ac' County: Florida, Probate Division the at the Point of Intersectionthe along the Bradford/Alachua County

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed day, August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock tlon for dissolution of marriage has been address of which Is Bradford County Bradford-Clay County line and State Line to Its Intersection with the Bradford-

Ordinance, who. title A.M., the undersigned, Gator filed against you and you are required to Courthouse, Storks, Florida 32091. The Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)); run thence Northerly Union County Line (New River); run

hereinafter appears, will b. can.ld.r.d'for Frelghtways, Inc.. will sell at public auc serve a copy of your written defenses If names and addresses of the personal along the Bradford-Clay County thence Northerly along the Bradford-
tlon for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacktonvllle to it, on the Petitioner's/Husbans's Line to its Intersection with the Bradford- Union
final enactment on the 12th day of any representative and the personal County Line (New River) to its Intersection
Augu.t, AD., 1986, at the City Commission Fla., one lot of pis wheels consigned attorney, whose name and address is: representative's attorney are set forth Baker County Line; run thence Westerly with County Road No, 229; run

Meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m., to Pacific Guarantl.Corp.., Ft. louder- JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. below. along the Bradford.Baker County Line to thence Southeasterly along County Road
dale, Fla., to and storage Green A Hobbs, P.A. Interested the Bradford-Union County Line (New 229
In th. City Hall, 209 N. Thompson Street.Starke persons are required to No. to its Intersection with County
Florida. A copy of said Ordinance charges, under the provisions of Section P.O. Drawer 938 file with this court. WITHIN THREE MON. River); run thence Southerly along the Road 225 (Bayless Highway); run hence

may b. Inspected by any 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Starke, Florida 32091 THS: OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Bradford-Union County Line (New River) Southerly along County Road No. 225

m.mb.r of the public at the Office of the Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier and file the original with the Clerk of the NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate to its Intersection with County Road No. (Boyless Highway) to Its Intersectionwith
Pro. 04.813271 dtd 6/5/86 above-styled Court on or before interested 229; run thence Southeasterly along State Rood No. 100 thence
City Clerk In the City Hall, Stark., and ((2)) any objection by an ; run
Florida. On the date first abovementioned 8/7 2tchg 8/14 September 10 1986; otherwise a judgment person on whom this notice was served County Road No. 229 to its Intersectionwith Easterly along State Road 100 to Its Intersection

all Interested parties may may be entered against you for the that challenges the validity of' the will County Road No. 225 (Bayless with State Road 200 (US 301)),

appear and be heard with respect to this relief demanded In the Petition. the qualifications of the personal Highway); run thence Southerly along the said Point of Beginning.

proposed Ordinance.A )NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday WITNESS my hand and the seal of said representative, venue, or jurisdiction of County Road No. 225 (Bayless Highway) 7/24 4tchg 8/7

RESOLUTION DESIGNATING AN August 18, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock Court on this 5 day of August 1986. the court, to Its Intersection with State Road No. '

"ENTERPRISE ZONE" IN THE CITY OF A.M., the undersigned, Gator GILBERT S. BROWN CLERKBY ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 100; run thence Easterly along State

STARKE; STATING THE PURPOSE OF THE Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction : Martha S. Johns SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Road No. 100 to Intersection with the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

"ENTERPRISE ZONE"; ADOPTING A PRO. for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville DEPUTY CLERK Publication of this Notice has begunon Westerly City Limits of the City of Storke REGISTER

GRAM OF LOCAL PARTICIPATION; AND Fla., one lot of root beer consignedto 8/7 4tchg 8/28 July 31. 1986. as It existed In 1970; run thence Northerly FICTITIOUS NAME

PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Riviera Beach, Personal Representative: along the Westerly City limits of the

DATE. Fla., to satisfy freight and storage -- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE- Mary E. Musleh City of Starke to the Southerly Boundaryof Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
charges, under the provisions of Section Section 20 Township 6 South
Route 2, Box 2492Melrose Range
BY: TERENCE M. BROWN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Statutes, notice is hereby given that the
4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Florida 32666 22 East; run thence Easterly and Northerly
IN AND FOR undersigned, Hollls Mullins,
Gator Frelghtways Inc., Carrier along the Limits of the of joint
486 N. T.mpl. Avenue BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Attorney 'for Personal Representative: owners, doing business under the firm

Starke Florida 197M329872tchg614 CASE NO: 86-174.CA Dudley P. Hardy P.A. Starke to its intersection with County name of Maryville Farms, P.O. Box 5701,
Road No. 229 thence
; run Easterly along
P.O. Drawer 1030
Florida 32602 Intends to
Starke Florida 32091Telephone County Road No. 229 to its Intersectionwith
Plaintiff, ,
vs.TRACY. : ((904)) 964-9701 State Road No. 16; run thence register said fictitious name under the

NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday 7/31 2tchg 8/7 Easterly along State Road No. 16 to its aforesaid statute.
August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Intersection with the Seaboard Systems Dated this 16th day of July A.D.. 1986
CITY COMMISSION A.M. the undersigned Gator Defendants. Railroad; run thence Northerly along the In Bradford County.

STARKE. FLORIDA Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Seaboard Systems Railroad to the Northerly 7/17 4tpd 8/7
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jocksonvllle Boundary of the City Limits of the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed -. Notice is hereby given that pursuantto Notice hereby given that I I. Dolph E. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Fla., lot of m.tal."tr. of Starke thence
one consigned City ; run W..rlyalong
Reddish sheriff of Bradford County
Ordinance, whose title the Final Judgment of Foreclosure as EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
to Vlstawall Art., Miami Fla., to Florida under and virtue of Writ of the Northerly Boundary of the City
hereinafter appears, will be considered entered in the Circuit Court of the Eighth by AND FOR
and Limits of the of Storks to Its intersection
freight City
storage charges
for final enactment on the 12th day of Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County Execution to-wlt: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

August A.D., 1986, at the City Commission under the provisions of Section 4b) of Florida Civil Action Case No.i Execution Issued out of County Court with Stale Road No. 16: run CA"_. 'u unec 00_" __.,._oc_.-re. 'yIN
Uniform Standard Bill of thence Northwesterly along State Road
Meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m., Lading. 86-174-CA on 22 July 1986 I will sell the of Bradford County, Florida pursuant to RE: The Marriage of
In the City Hall, 209 N. Thompson Street Gotor Frelghtways, Inc., following described property lying and a Final Judgement for Charley E. Johns No. 16 to Its intersection with County MITCHEL EUGENE HUDDLESTON

Stark., Florida: A, copy;of said Ordinance 14-773269 dtd 6/4/86 being situate In Bradford County, Agency, Inc. of Starke, Florida and Road No. 233 (Morgan Road); run thence Husband 1

be Inspected by B72tchg814NOTICE Florida, to-wlt: against Laura Ann Whlsenant defendant Easterly along County Road No. 233 and
may any 'i
Road) to Its Intersection with ,
member of the public at the Office of the in the amount of $263.00 togetherwith (Morgan JEANETTE LOUISE HUDDLESTON ?
State Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)) thence &
City Clerk In the City Hall, Stark., One Lot 90 feet East and West by 100 costs of collection. ; Wife \
Northerly along State Road No. 200 (US
Florida. On the date first abovementioned feet North and South In NW corner of Have wined and have In my possesion NOTICE OF ACTION; "y
all Interested parties may is hereby given that on Mon. EI/2 of Lot 3 and Lot 2 and West 20 feet the following described personal pro.p.rty 301)) to Intersection with the Bradford- CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: '

appear and be heard with respect to this day, August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock of El/2 of Lot 3 In NE1/4; as described InDeed to-wit: Clay county line, the said point of begin NO PROPERTY .,

proposed Ordinance.AN A.M., the undersigned Gator, Book E, at Page 681, public recordsof 1980 Chevrolet Chevette ning. TO: _Mikhel Eugene Huddleston '
ORDINANCE ADOPTING A COMMUNITY Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction Bradford County, Florida. All In NE1/4 I ID No. 1B689AA19430 DISTRICT NO.3B.glnnlng -- 223 Ottawa

REDEVELOPMENT PLAN AND for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville of NEI/4 of Section 29622. As the property of the above named at the Point of Intersectionof Louisville Mvunuo 40209
PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE Fla., one lot of sofas consigned to defendant and that on Monday, the 25th the Bradford-Clay County Line and Kentucky
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that action for
DATE. Direct Furn. Fac. Outlet, Jacksonville, Said sale shall be at public sale to thehighest day of August 1986 at 2:00: P.M. on said State Road No. 16; run thence Westerly dissolution of an and child

BY: TERENCE M. BROWN Fla., to satisfy freight and storage bidder for cash and In accordance day on the premises of the Bradford along State Road No. 16 to its intersection custody has been marriage filed and
TERENCE M. BROWN charges, under the provisions of Section with the aforedescribed Final County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell with County Road No. 229: : run against you
4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of lading. bidder for cash thence Westerly along County Road No. you are required to serve a copy of your
the In hand
486 N. Temple Avenue Judgment. Sold sale shall be held at the to highest written defenses, If to it
on EugeneF.
229 to Its Intersection with the any
Starke, Florida Gator Freightways Inc.. Carrier Main (East) Door of the Bradford County the above described property of said Westerly Shaw Wife's attorney, whose addressIs :
Boundary of the City limits of the City of
8/7 Itchg 16-777549 dtd 6/16/86 Courthouse, In Starke, Florida, at 11:00: defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex 925.E North Temple Avenue, Starke
Starke thence Southerly ,
; run Westerlyand
8/7 2tchg 8/14
a.m., Eastern Standard Time, on the 29th ecutlon.
Florida 32091, before
Southerly along the City Limits of on or August 14,
day of August 1986. Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff
the City of Starke to its intersection with 1986 and file the original with the clerkof
this court either before service
State Road No. 100 run thence on
; Easterly
State Road No. 100 to its intersection attorney or Immediately
CITY COMMISSION NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday : Beulah Moody along
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
with State Road No. 200 (US 301)) ,
FLORIDA August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Deputy Clerk ; ,
entered for
against the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR run thence Easterly and Southerly along you relief
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed A.M., the undersigned, Gator TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. demanded In the petition.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA State Rood No. 100 to Its Intersectionwith
Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public for Plaintiff '
Ordinance whose title auction Attorney
DATED on this 15 day of July, 1986. '
CASE NO: 86-279-CA the Southerly most end of County
for cash at 2600 Rd. .
hereinafter appears, will be consideredfor Lloyd Jacksonville 7/312tchg 8/7 GILBERT
DIVISION: Rood No. 100-A (Griffis loop)
Fla. ;; run
lot of
one Roach-Ant Aerosol
final enactment on the 12th day of Clerk of
MORTGAGE COMPANY thence Road the CourtBY
SOUTHEAST Northerly along County No.
consigned to Kenco Chemical
AD., 1986 at the City Commission Co., to
August : Beulah
100-A Griffis its Moody
Plaintiff ( loop) to Intersectionwith j
satisfy! freight and charges SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED
storage ,
Meeting commencing at 7:30: p.m., the Seaboard AS; Deputy Clerk
In the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of The School Board of Bradford Countywill vs. Systems Railroad 7/114tchg 87NOTICE .' ...
Uniform Standard Bill of CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE and JUDYR. (Camp Blandlng/Dupont Spur); run ,
receive bids swill from all school
Starke, Florida. A copy of said Ordinance Lading. on .::::- -- -. '
KNIPE, his wife.Defendants. thence Southeasterly Seaboard
may be Inspected by any Gator Frelghtways, Inc..,Carrier cafeterias on August 11, 1986 at 1:00 OF'INTENTION' '
Systems (Camp Blandlng/Du
member of the public at the Office of the 14-768945 dtd 4/2/86 P.M. Interested Individuals must bid on TO REGISTER '
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO pont Spur) to Bradford-Clay County
City Clerk In the City Hall, Starke 8/7 2tchg 8/14 each school separately and may bid on DEFENDANT: line; run thence Northerly along the FICTITIOUS NAME ,
all schools.Copies .
one or
Florida. On the date first abovementioned -
CHRISTOPHER D. KNIPE Bradford-Clay County line to its intersection
of the bid form be pickedup
Interested may
all parties may at the Bradford County School Board ADDRESS UNKNOWNLast with Stale Rood No. 16, the Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
appear and be heard with respect to this NOTICE Is hereby given that Monday known address 628 Pinewood said Point of Is
on office, 582 North Temple Avenue, : Beginning.. Statutes, notice hereby given that the .
proposed Ordinance.AN August 18, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock Starke, Florida 32091 or call Dolores Drive Starke Florida 32091 DISTRICT NO. 4 undersigned, CLARENCE R. HUTCHESON .

ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION A.M.. the undersigned Gator Morgan, Food Service Coordinator at AND All OTHERS WHO MAY BE CON Beginning at the Point of Intersectionof and JOYCE B. HUTCHESON. Route 2 Box
13.28 OF THE CITY OF STARKE CODE OF Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public CERNED the Line and thi
auction : Bradford-Cloy County 1335 Slarke, Florida
PERCENTOF (904)( ) 964.6800 and a copy will be sent to 32091 hit wife
EXEMPT 50 as
ORDINANCES TO for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jackson YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of an action .Seaboard System Railroad (Camp Blan- '
THE OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE TAX ville. Fla. lot of fertilizer you.Interested the joint owners, doing business untie1h;
one liquid consigned have bids to foreclose a mortgage on ding/Dupont Spur; run thence Southerly
must at
LEVIED FOR BUSINESSES OR OCCUPATIONS to Cross Country Ext. Chlpley, the Bradford persons County School Board Administration following property In B.odford County, along the Bradford-Clay County line to firm name of DRAPERIES BY JOYCE;

IN ENTERPRISE ZONE. Fla., to satisfy freight and storage Florida: Its Intersection with the Bradford. Route 2, Box 1339 Starke, Florida 32091,

BY: TERENCE M. BROWN charges under the provisions of Section P.M. August Building 11, 1986.not later Send than bids 1:00 to: lot 9, tlock 1, PINEHAVEN, accordingto Putnam County Line; run thence Westerly Intends to register said fictitious name

TERENCE M. BROWN 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of lading. Dolores Morgan, Coordinator, Bradford plat thereof In Plat Book 2, Page 65, along the Bradford-Putnam County under the aforesaid statute. 1

486 N. Temple Avenue Gator Frelghtways. Inc., Carrier County School Food Service, 582 North public records of Bradford County, line to Its Intersection with the Bradford. Dated this 23rd day of June A.D.i1 f 1 i
Starke, Florida 01.803954 dtd 5/21/86 Florida Alachua Line thence 1986 la Bradford
Temple Avenue, Starke Florida 32091. ; County ; run County, Florida: ;
8/7 Itchg! \ 8/7 2tchg 8/14 7/3l2tchg8/7 has been filed against you and you are Westerly along the Bradford/Alachuo 7174tpd807'I. : _

required to serve a copy of your written, County line to Its Intersection with': the 1,



; ..,...."
,- ; -. <,..a "! "

.. .
I Ii .
f 'i' 1

Page IIIA TKI.KC.RAPII: : August?. 1988

I Softball Teams Finish Third and Fourth in .Stat TOUMUnnp.nt.

-- - - --------- -
Northside Baptist finished fourth League championship in Starke. Lewis, Paul Rodgers, David Duncan,David Thigpen and Jackson two crucial plays on balls up the fie loser's bracket playing the Jay
and the First United Methodist Northside won the District Tourna- Thigpen, Jimmy Alvarez and Dar- Prevatt 1-for-3. middle that most players in the out- Saints from Jay, FL Jay went down
Church team finished sixth in the ment and FUMC was second, quali- rell Rodgers were 1-for-3. field never saw, points out Coach .9-5 in an errorless game. Curtis
Men's Church League Major fying both teams for the state tournament Two home runs over the 300 loot Revels. Crawford was 3-for-4 at the plate,
Slowpitch Softball Tournament in Northside led all the way in Game 8-foot high fence sunk Northside 11-8 Jason Polk, Rick Stephens, and John
Milton FL this past weekend. Northside Games... No 4, going 11-6 by First Baptist of to the Carpenter's Home in Game FUMC Games... David Franrls were 2-for-4.
Lakeland. Stewart Duncan, RobertKelley No. 2. Northslde had the tying run on First United Methodist Church of
Holy Assembly of God of Milton and Paul Rodgers were first base with two out in the bottomof Starke finished sixth in the state FUMC sat out one game and hit
won the state tournament. Playing five games for a 3-2 3-for-4, John Lewis 2-for-4, Daryl the 7th, but the NS batter flied out church tournament. the field again in Game No. 3 to beat
Carpenter's Home was second, Life record at the state tournament, Nor Rodgers l-for-3, and Jimmy Alvarez to end the game. Buddy Revels was the East Hill Baptist 143. Jason Polk
& Praise Ministry was third, Nor thside was knocked out of contentionin and Jackson Prevatt lfor4. 3-for-3,Paul Rodgers 3-for-4,Darrell FUMC lost 16-10 to its first opponent was 4-for-S and Rick Stephens 3-for-5
thside Baptist of Starke fourth, First a one-sided 19-4 shellacking fromCarpenter's Rodgers 2-for-3, Robert Kelley First Baptist of Lakeland, against East Hill.
Baptist of Lakeland was fifth and Home, the second place In Game No. 3, Northside was edg- 2-for-4, John Lewis 1-for-3 and David although outhitting the opponent 20
of Starke was sixth. finisher, in Game No. 5. ed 4-2 by Andrews Baptist. Thigpen 1-for-4. to 17. Nerves took over the first After a four hour wait, FUMC lost-
Stewart Duncan singled and scoredon game as six errors were committed its second game 7-4 to eventual
"Going to state was a great ex- It looked like a pretty good game a John Lewis double in the first Northslde beat the Jay Saints 11-10 in the first three innings. Curtis runner-up Carpenter's Home as
perience," says Northside Coach was cooking up, but Carpenter'sHome inning. In the sixth, Lewis singled, in Game No. 1, but the score sheet Crawford, Wade Winkler and Pat state tournament play was ended.
Buddy Revels. "I feel Northside blew it away, says Coach Paul Rodgers reached base on an er was lost and the results unavailable. Mundorff were all 3-for-4 at the Leading hitters for the state
Baptist and First United Methodist Revels who led Northside in hitting ror, and David Thigpen and Robert Northside had a lot of outstanding plate, and John David Francis tourney were Curtis Crawford .666,
Church represented: Starke well." with a 2-for-2 performance at the Kelley singled for three runs. John plays, but some of the most spectacular 3-for-5. Pat Mundorf '.615, Wade Winkler
plate. Stewart Duncan. and Johnny Lewis was 3-for-3 for the game, were made by Jackson .583, Jason Polk .562 and Jeff
FUMC won the Men's Church lonkonn wprprn..9 pnH tnhn Robert KfH< v 1-for-2. and Stewart Prevatt at pitcher. Prevatt made Saturday morning found FUMC in Johnson .545.

'uus .
- -

. Lawtey Woman Appointed in Fibrosis CampaignEdna Hours 10Sat.10-5.30: .l; Jo Ann s .

South 301 Plaza(904)H4I947
Allen of Lawtey has been appointed fibrosis gene until their child is necessary for improvements in genes. Now scientists can concentrate : ( ) A Speciality Gift' Shop L

special events chairman for diagnosed as having the fatal diagnosis and treatment and on this small section which will Start ... .-
Bradford County as part of the Fall disease. ultimately a cure so that children cut years off research time. Some i "
1986 Campaign for the Cystic Cystic fibrosis produces abnormal born with CF can live a normal life scientists believe that the cystic Back to School Spectacular! _

ribrosis Foundation. amounts of thick-gluey mucus that without fear of the future. fibrosis gene will be identified within White willow laundry baskets, sz. 25"xl8"xll", -
Money raised through walk/bike- five with this of the
blocks breathing and digestion. Dai- years narrowing '
Ms. Allen will be chairing a ly therapy and medication are a-thons, like the one Ms. Allen is area to be probed. Now, more than reg. price 19.95. Special Price M0.88. or get
walk/bike-a-thon on September 13 to necessary to prolong the lives of CF planning, have funded research that ever, research dollars are needed to one FREE with a '60 or more purchase. Perfectfor
raise funds for research to find a victims. just last fall brought a startling new fuel the research that now appearsto toys, storage, or laundry.
cure for cystic fibrosis, this nation's breakthrough in the search for the be so close to answers that all the are i
leading genetic cause of childrens' fibrosis that the children limited. Come in today.
Today, children born with cystic cystic gene causes suffering with this disease
deaths.A fibrosis, even with the best care disease. A team of scientists using a need. .
child Inherits cystic fibrosis have only a 50 percent chance of liv- relatively new technique of gene
tracers narrowed the search to less
through a recessive gene from both ing into their early twenties. The
than one percent of the DNA the
raised In the
money walkbikeathon
parents who are almost always -
unaware thAt they pnrrv thp rv tip will support the research substance In the body that carries all

You Asked. ,

. Cross Country Practice Set August.. .:. 15 'r 9Y ,

Practice for the 1986 cross country- Anyone interested in grades 9-12 is Loper hopes more runners will a .,

track team is set to begin August 15, invited to come out the coach says. report this fall.
I according to Coach George Loper. Last year's squad/was made up of Lori Sapp will be captain of the
Runners are asked to report to six girls and seven boys, but the boys girls team. Robert Thorpe will be George Crady
Coach decimated Boys team captain. The first matchis
Loper at the Bradford Middle squad was by injuries
School and didn't finish the Coach Sept. 15 at the Bishop Kenny Invitational -
gym at 9 a.m. Aug 15. season. '
Responded !


Softball LeagueTo : ;'
By Rev. Ed Kirkland
Be OrganizedThe
Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist ChurchIS

YOUR HOME AN OASIS FROM STRESS? Starke Recreation Depart-
ment is trying to start a Fall Softball Bradford County
Stress is a fact of life. I know every single one of you reading this know the League, and to add a little variety,
wonderful feeling of having a really rough day and looking forward to com they'd like to make it co-ed. Has Requested
ing home. You imagine that there you will find people who love you and a Co-ed rules require that three
relaxed evening to do whatever you wish This dream is often shattered women be on the playing field and Representative Crady's Help on Many OccasionsThe
when you drive up and walk in the front door. There the harsh realities hit batting. When a woman is up to bat,
outfielders must play behind a line
you.The fact is even in the very best home environment there is stress. of 140 feet Also, when batting, if a following is only a partial list of his successes.
Sometimes though, your home becomes as stressful as your job. When this man is walked, the woman who
happens you never seem to have any time to release the building pressure. comes up in the line-up after him has
Also, you miss the opportunities to enjoy coming home. Instead,you can ac- the option to hit. or walk. All other Helped obtain 8400,000 for the renovation of the High
tually get to the point where you would rather stay at work than come home. rules are A.S.A.If
Let's take just a couple of minutes and review a few of the things that can you are interested, please call School Auditorium.
cause stress in the home. These involve every member of the family. the Recreation Department at
1. OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES. Now it's a good thing for everyone to have out- 9646792. If enough interest is expressed S Saved Bradford hundreds of thousands by returning State

side activities. But, what I mean is when they get carried a little too far. It's a meeting will be set for the Road 16 back to the state for maintenance.
first week in September to organizethe
when you get home from work and have five minutes to eat every night
before leaving to get someplace else. It's when every eligible child is involved League. Helped obtain 864,000 for repaving and repairsto

in something different all happening on every night, seemingly during the Farmers Market.
same time. Your house becomes a pit stop.Activities are good but maybe it's "n.o
time for family to sit down and reevaluate what's on. Then learnto STARKE
your going Helped obtain 10% pay raise, rather than 5%,
"no" when need to.
2. NOISE. That's right, simply noise. If you have the television on, someone for our Correctional Officers.
422 N. St. Clair 9S4-544S
else has the stereo going (hopefully another room) and you have
Passed Prison Bill that Bradford
children playing all at the same time it's loud. In fact, it can get to the point Walter F. Montz, PastorWe Impact gives
where everyone just ignores each other. That's no situation to come home to invite you to worship with us. additional funds each year.
everyday. Quiet things down a little bit. One thing at a time without everyonein Attended Nursery
the same room all doing something seperate at the same time. Sunday School . . . .10 am
3. LACK OF COMMON INTERESTS. I've hinted at this already. It's Morning Worship . . 11 am
more than just activites. It's made worse when there seem to be no interests Evening Service . . . 6 pm
shared by everyone. This means you can be an active family and still reduce Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm
stress, but only by doing some things together. This can also go too far,so be
4. LACK OF PLANNING You must plan to reduce stress in your home.
Till BRAoroaa
Plan to do things some evenings which will get away from the normal activities ReElectGEORGE
and away from the noise. And when you do it, do it together. In other COUNTY TE1I9RAPM
words, you must plan to have a peaceful home, it doesn't just happen. Published every Thursdayat
There are all kinds of people reading this article. You represent all different 135 %V. Call Street
types of families. But, one thing we have in common is the need to find CRADY
a "rest stop" not a "pit stop" in our homes. You should be able to face the Starke, Florida 32091
pressures of the day and know that later on, when your family is together- Second Class postage paid at
you can forget it and be happy. If we set out to make our homes more like Starke. FloridaSubscription State RepresentativeDistrict
that, an "oasis" from the stress, we will be able to face life's pressures a
great deal easier. Rates:
Ed Kirkland Is pastor of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway IS at In-trade area: $12.00 per year
Kingsley Lake. You may request an answer to a personal need or respond to $7.00 six months 13 Democrat
an article by calling his office at 533-2018 or writing to: HOW'S THE FAMILY pd. pot adv.
? Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, Rt. 1, Box S8S Starke FL. 32091. Your Outside area: $13 per year
name or address will not be printed. $6.50 six months

vacationBible NOTICE TO VOTERSOn

August 4, new voter identification cards

Scho0L were mailed to all registered voters in Brad

AGES "- old ford County at the address on file with this of.


AUGUST 11-15 9am 12pm Every registered voter should receive a new

Kingsley Lake Baptist Church card. If you did not receive your new voter

identification card you should contact the

and Centrally 10 minutia loaattd from just fUddl'bury 5 minutes from' Stark Elections Office in the Bradford County Courthouse -

ton CALL HOBS 633-2013 INFORMATION/ Hiddlfburg ,\ before the September'2, 198 election.Neva .

I tiR.v.
ed Kirkland '
t Patter 81fangat.y

% Baptld Csusrk LaJ(. Supervisor of Elections


... stark.adG

- -- .- .

.. ... -. ., -' .

\ I

The Bradford County Telegraph

BsectIOn.TheUni' ".vf '; "'

County Times The Lake Region Monitor
B Section -.

"'-- -
-- ,--- --

M teval.Lessons. .

S.T.O.P. Camp takes, trip to Middle Ages with the Society of Creative Anachronism

-i:: ,r 't Vie. By Mark Friedltn tern completing public works pro
{ b + je r BCT Staff Writer jects. The residents and staff
Swords clashed and armor crashed members are currently at work in
as members of the Society for the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens
Creative Anachroism medieval/ Guests in attendance at thi
historical group paid a visit to the rehabilitation success story facilit
f r4 +t rr Alligator Creek STOP Camp's Open included Bradford Chamber of Commerce
House Saturday, to the delight of a Director and Clay School
big crowd of residents and their Board member Jack Eckdahl, who
guests at the unique facility. was guest speaker, and Health Ser-
The Society,who's members came vices Program Director Clark
from Gainesville and Jacksonville, Powers.
put on one of the finest shows for the The boys put out their finest for,
crowd, with mock battles in full armor the open house-decorating the main
on the "field of battle" where buildings with flower arrangementsand
many a knave was put to the sword showing off recently
before the show was over. redecorated interiors in both the
"They put on quite a show," com- staff offices and the barracks where
mented STOP Camp SuperintendentJim they make their bunks.
Hughes, who said he was pleased STOP camp residents also con-
with both the turnout for the open ducted demonstrations of their
house and the overall improvementsin public service work in the fields and
the facility. "We were lucky forests around the three-county area
enough to have a member of our and showed off their tools and work
staff Ted Lewis, who is a memberof areas where much of their activities
the society who arranged the take place.
show They don't do too many showsin Staffers and residents then hosted
the summer wearing all that hot their guests at the sumptous BBQ
V. r t Y inlV p armor." chicken dinner with all the trimm-
/ STOP,an acronym for Short Term ings.
t'" e I Offender Program, is a brief, In- The visitors, which also included
9G a y tense rehabilitation center some parents of residents at the
by the state's Department of Health camp, were impressed with the
eYt and Rehabilitative Services locatedin organization and strict, but caring
a rural setting off SR 16 between atmosphere they found at the facili
Starke and Raiford. Serving boys
who have committed deliquent acts, ty.The program tor youths nas been a
the facility emphasizes hard work, big success in its two-year existenceso
community service and personal far, boasting a 97 percent comple-
----- -' ------ '''-' responsibility.The .
tion rate for young offenders who
boys live in rustic styled log are placed in the camp by the courts.
Photos By Mark Frledlln cabins and work closely with park
rangers! in their normal working pat. See... S.T.O.P.

'- ...iw.r.wn .




,: -* ''" o
x, ; "- /i i

u I
r i THE
s.s,, (r [.17 ,
.... '

1.; a I mjrn 8O0 1 : I-\(\


Battle to the Finish... 150 ML. / '_ GIN--.- --- .'
Members of the Society for Creative Anachronismsdo realistic looking armor but members put on one of ts.ioe' I 1.15
I battle in front of an appreciative audience a the their best displays for the boys Involved in the unique of CASE 12 gg LITER or.gs fLEIS HMANN'S
Alligator STOP Camp Saturday.It program which Is sponsored by the state Departmentof 71.00
was hot underneath all that handmade, and very Health and Rehabilitative Services. % > : 1198

-- .d9DTA 71.00 wmue..rM


= m .., .....

y I\Dodge JnxlaChryslerPlymouthDodge I\ MAJESTY Dr\NDICO \

Inc. -rwnm-. ,-- Rare LITER RUM I
11. Canadian
33.8 or.LT5 _

U.S. 301 South. Slarke ((904)) 964-6081/4770 -- LITER. 'H'fiiskel RUN ICO 0F12 CASE
83.00 '
No Dealer Add-On Stickers: No Dealer Fees: Your No-Nonsense Dealer MAJESTY, 1139 CASE w /

67.50 M ERT RIU1tm

ui L, '

,.' .


__ -' vrr (3 9RLY1IMI


II'' 77.00
Fully loaded with the following equipment: velour bucket seats w/recliners 75.501f69"w
automatic transmission on consoleair conditioninglight packagedeluxe 93

windshield wipers'w/intermittent speedscast aluminum alloy wheelssport-

handling suspension packageGoodyear Eagle GT Tirestilt steering wheel ;
automatic speed control w/resume featurepower windowspower door locks,2.5
liter electronic fuel Injection engineAM-FM Premium ETR Stereo Radio with s

seek & scan feature & cassette tape player'w/automatlc reverseIncludes the
factory 5 year/50,000 mile warranty and rust thru protection ( ask the

dealer for all the details ) ,. If I ill I e.m,') I IEDR 1'miner'sthoicr

MSRP, . .$13,117.00 i BEER
Discount .$1,120.00 = '4* BURGUNDY CHABLIS
Rebate. . .$500.00 [ ] 12 oz. CANS aa"01a RHINE ROSE
Sale Price.$11,497.00 3 LITER -
\\/AI .. 12-PAK CASE 101.401.

., You save.$1,620.00 \Dodge Tnxlal.. ,, Qar .v 495 CASB OF 4
'tJ1 (on all .models In stock. ) I 539 1069 19.25r.r.

Where Buying Your Car Is A Pleasure...

., .n

" .
-, .
', -, - -' - -, -



Engineer: Mario Rivera enters race for District Seat

"My reasons for making this deci- "We all should be concerned about .I believe we must Stop OffShoreWell and the entire coast of the state of
sion stem from my concern, and the the future of Florida's Heartland. Drilling. Florida.
Qualifies for concern of others, for this District's "I am very concerned and I want .I believe we must redevelop, and "I propose we listen to the peoplea
future. An area prone to rapid to bring this concern to Congress, reinforce, and strengthen the Family d find out what additional con
growth and development. An area with New Ideas,and a New Hope,fora Farm and Fishing Operations.I cerns they have, and 1 propose that
deserving of the title-"Florida's New Frontier. believe we must enforce all air you send me, with these signatures,
Second District, Heartland," said Rivera.In "The immediate concerns Include and water pollution control laws to to Washington as your Con
a press release he continued: : assure a clean envlroment, and gressman.
Offshore Well Drilling-which will .I believe that we must Improveour "I want to return to the District
U.S. House destroy our beaches and reduce roads, sewage treatment, gar- and say 'when the people In the 2nd
Mario F. Rivera has announced fishing operations. bage and hazardous waste disposal Congressional District speak out on
'aa his candidacy for the 2nd District The continued Reduction of- facilities, and monitor the growth Issue-Congress Listens." .
Seat in the United States House of Family Farm-Operations. management plans of,this district."I "I am not a lawyer, I am not a
of Representatives Representatives. A district with The contamination of the Environment Professional Politician, but I am a
..ARCMario over 280,000 voters which includes that comes with Growth and, propose we take these concernsto Professional Engineer, and.
25 counties, stretching from West of Improvement and the need for the people and get their' views and determined to be a servant of the
RiveraHepresentative Gainesville to East of Panama City, new roads, sewage treatment gar- signatures on petition to STOP Off- people. I firmly believe in the futureof
Dist. 2 Seat and from the Georgia County line tote bage amd hazardous waste disposal, shore Well Drilling on the coastlineof Florida's Heartland, the 2nd Congressional
Gulf of Mexico. and water and air pollution controls. the 2nd Congressional district. !. District."

The Beef People have been cutting your-

Local A Cut Above.. meat Just the way you like it for over 60 -

years. And it's always an assurance of the

W-D Brand U.S.Choice best cut you can buy. Winn-Dixie's closer

trimmed, U.S. Choice Beef is quality you roBR i
can be sure of. It's always tender and eTe Pe

delights which arise : @ Beef. .. always cut the way you like it. A cut above.

from the pages of the Worthington From the Beef People..Winn-Dixie.
Springs Civic Club Cookbook for 1985
are enough( to tempt the pickiest DAYS Now Bingo is more fun
palate. liD I c It BACK BY POPULAR and more rewarding!
From appetizers to deserts, the Hu YN.
ladies of Union County really know A !
"What's Cooking?" 'I MANUFACTURER'S I WEEK:0 DEMJND.g;:.

Cheat PattI. SY.: : -...-.-..-.....-..:..'":.
This quick and easy appetizer was I LaW-.nOrl.rw rY-A/.rr.
submitted by Mary Strayer. O FLORIDA M.riI .
PONS ---WM-C111Nw.---c-...-----.

2 1/2 sticks pound oleo ch.ddarch..s. ONLY! .=..-..:-:.=-:=...-:.:.:-.-_,Mrm

2 rups plain Hour
2 cups Rice Krlsples (trademark) --... ---o.;; :__: :_". i
1,4 teaip. r.d pepper DOUBLE COUPONS, GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE. :w w.own.aw. M..., wWw._r_._-r.r OVER ": .:;, ___
FERNANDINA, ST AUGUSTINE. STARKE. LIVE ....c..r .:::......., ::!if:'
Mix grated cheese with oleo. Add PERRY, PALATKA. CHIEFLAND. MADISON, I rNwrrc"1rrr.a:: ..: : +r-Qo"--.. Mwrrraw..+wr.w. OO O 0 O O i!
flour and red pepper. Mix well and CALLAHAN MACCLENNY S 4-w... .=. "":'Aw-.:NY.-,.wryer. ----
add Rice Knspies. Let stand in o .wr rY rY r N.e.N-- 1.:r---M:::1:r: ,!i ie:: :wIN
refrigerator at least one hour. CASH AND VALUABLE COUPONS! :s.-:15e! ==-.-
Pinch off small pieces of mixtureand CompM.own.rulM MilibW In pwtttlpMng Wlnn-OiMe Store.UPfn .,
pat flat. Bake in 400 degree oven
for 8 minutes or until slightly brown.
DO NOT brown too much. Makes 9 I ll/llVf!!-,uLI; *!,HDCl| <.MUr>V
dozen cheese patties. *NO ISO tlh'ORANGE (BONELESS}

One Day Pickles lUICEOH

This easy-as-pie pickle recipe was
submitted by Elizabeth Perry.

7 cup. thin sliced cuk., unpeeled A NO, HALF II
1 cup sliced onion. I JUICI M GAIi
1 cup (r.d and gr..n) peppers, .lIc.d l -
1 cup chopped cauliflower (llowerettes) u tillact9 '
2 cup. sugar1 -
tobl..p, c.l.ry ...d.
1 tablesp mu.tord..d-
1 tablesp lolt1 .
cup vln.gar-

Heat sugar and spices (ingre
dients marked-) to boiling,then stir '- Ai LPq
in other ingredients. Set out of sl
refrigerator until marinated one or A1.PQ
two days, then put in jars and keep
refrigerated. (Will keep up to 6 months -


Texas Cornbread
SAVE 470
recipe for a south of the border treat.
1 and 1/2 cup..lf-rlsing, corn m.al
3 tablesp. sugar

4 3 eggs t.a.p.b.aten baking powder $ 9 i

1 cup chopped onion 9499314.Dt $100 1 $398

I 1 cup cup bell sour pepper cream, chopped 25 BOX LB. LB. lBCOFFEEDDau

I cup cream .tyl. corn
I cup grated cheese
1/2 cup cooking oil Il -' MADiSON IRAND TURKEY er CHICKEN
Mix all ingredients. Spray or MATE . JAR trRL S1 6SC
grease a 9x13x2 inch pan. Pour mixture PIIITIO.OVN.: BATH TISSUE PAS o. ia BOLOGNA .
into pan and bake until golden SAVI 9O<.THRIFTY MAID RIOULAR. O SUNSHINE .0N.LlSIIftWM.AILlAN
brown in 350-400) degree over. Butter HONEY WHEAT 00
top generously while hot. BREAD. 2 LVs$1 APPLESAUCE 99cLAND HFcL. SSe GROUND $ 177

0 0 5fAL . CHUCK. . iaREOULAR
Boat Ever Vegetable Soup
This hearty meal-in-one-dish was v 99 1
submitted by Rettie Mae Parrish. o 0 0 0 1:3: 1 BLACKHAWK

1 can English peas ((0' bag of frozen) CHEK m $-3379 SUPERBRAND
3 large cam of tomato. 79c MILWAUKEE cDRUMSTICKS 29cDRINKS.
1 con (large) whole kernel corn . 2B\T\ t = 1 SPREAD iUe b! LeN .
1 can string beans(cur through to make
mailer plec.s)
3 or 4 carroli, chopped
I bag of small frozen potatoes
1 cup of chopped celery (optional)
1 bag of ford hook b.an.
2 tablesp. flaked onion. ,
I cup of macaroni, noodles, or rice % 1hr
Add .alt, only If needed
3 toblesp. sugarCombine

all Ingredients in large
saucepan. Cook slowly until all w Pp1, 1 .
vegetables are tender.Leftovers can .q

This cake is certainly the cat's SHERBET
meow as anyone can see. It was submitted $599
by Linda McPherson.

4 1 box.gg.y.llow cak. mix HALF 9ge SPAK $199 88C EACH AVAILABLE IN

1 small can Mandarin oranges with

Mix the above ingredients
together and pour into three greased
layers (cake pans), Bake at 325-350
degrees for S5-30 minutes and cool.


I pckg. vanilla Instant pudding
1 larg. can crushed pineapple
I large container Cool Whip \

!Combine= first two ingredients and PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
nine well add Cool Whip and mix. THURS. WED., America's Supermarket.RESERVED MO.
the Spread cake between layers and on top of AUGUST 7-13, 1986

<.. .. .. .
444. .4 -' :! -1 .. -- .. ---<: -- .. ., -

.. 'JI.. .. .. ."
. .. .. ."' 'n.. """ '" ." '' .. ,. ,,, ; ,, .,' ... ".. ", ,, .." "", . ". . "'. ".,, .. ,. .. .

a d 4 a

August, 19116 BSECTION Page:

I S.T.Q.P. celebratesopen- ] house, -productive work program.... 1

from 1 program
page The expansion of the STOP by Hughes and his staffers like alight services of a group ol teachers from direction of the Forestry Department be the biggest cause of juvenile
That success rateonly( 25 percentof is part of a broad trend in cor- ship with a difference. The the Bradford County School system They have also volunteered to crime."
all STOP Camp residents ever rections away from large, imper-- kids all have a chance to make their who make the long drive out to the assist the Starke Beautification 1 The counselors at the STOP Camp
return to the courts for another offense sonal institutions toward smaller, own input into the system as well. camp each school day to assist the Committee to maintain the landscape have a unique responsibility in that
prompted the HRS to more easily controlled programslike "This is important to establish youths in their studies. and medians in and around they must do their own evaluation of
authorize the construction of yet STOP, which house up to 18 because the first thing they probably "The amount of cooperation we U.S. 301. each youth who enters the camp. A
another camp to make a total of youths at any one time. notice is how tough this place Is com- get from the staff in the school The youths work their time, then boy from a comfortable upper-
three in the state. "We may go up to 24 at times but I pared to bein back home in their system and the teachers themselvesis are returned to their communities to middle class neighborhood may
I, "The success rate Is something think that will be our limit," Hughes neighborhood Hughes said. "It can fantastic," Hughes commented."The see if they can make a new start have trouble at first adjusting to the
that we are all proud of and I know said. "We must have the time to seem almost like a military boot whole community has received without violating the law. Breakingthe harsher life the STOP Camp offers.
my colleagues in the other prisons devote some individual attention to ....l .-=... .........,.. ..... .=,..1.. L' 10: on '_ ____ rules at the STOP Camp cen Cabins are not air-conditioned or
here wish theirs could be as high," each boy. One staffer can occupy mean time added to their stay,a rule heated during the winter, the food Is
Hughes said in an earlier interviewas three kids, but what will the rest be that seems to be very effective. wholesome but plain, and the lesson
he stood outside"the pit"-an out- doing at the same time? We alwaystry .Mr.1 1k ; ; zi ru "Most of them are ready to go becomes clear to new arrivals thisis
door meeting area for the boys and to make sure that the boys are } home so they don't want any time no summer camp.
the staff surrounded by wooden occupied In activities where they are added," Hughes said. "We really "Some of the kids are a little spoiled -
buildings. "We have a unique advan- learning and getting some interaction don't have that much problem with when they get here but they soon
tage here because at this age, you with the staff at the same time. the kids because many are productsof get over that when they assume
can make a big impression on mostof We feel this is very important and + it broken homes or just a bad en some responsibilities," one former
the boys here in just a week or it's a part of the reason for the success vironment. They respond well to a staffer said. "On the other hand,
two. Most of the time this experienceis of this facility." disciplined, ordered environment." some are street tough and adjust to
just enough for them to get the pic Youths in the program earn pointsfor rh The boys are usually on a "short the living conditions here with little
ture. Most of them are very different doing their chores and following leash", meaning they have to ask problem. It's the discipline they
individuals when they go home." the rules in the camp which is run permission from a staffer to do just have trouble with at first."
abouit anything outside the work A typical day at the camp is a busy
'H schedule and someone in authority one. After the inspection and
has to know where they are at all breakfast, the boys are trucked out
times. to their work sites, many at fairly
The youths come from varying remote locations, for their forestry
r backgrounds and every economic projects, or into town (Starke or
level; from the richest, most exclusive Lake Butler) to work on community-
neighborhoods to the slumsof related projects.The .
1 Miami and Tampa. That fact boys and their counselorshave
ei' makes the success rate of the STOP also continued work on improving
N program even more impressive, according their camp site. .
J: M to Hughes A new drainage field has been
V s completed by the boys and many additions
"There is a complete variety of and improvements have been
I types of kids who are sent here, and added in the past two years.
bb.i1l lately we have seen an increase in "We have a lot do right in our own
the number of younger boys being campsite," Hughes said. "We don't
I ; :J ) +. sent here," Hughes said. "You want to spread ourselves too thin."
t know, kids can get into trouble for "We hope to have a positive impact -
many different reasons but don't on every boy that is sent here,"
} Ship-shape... think income level has much to do Hughes said. "We try to be flexible
with it. Each kid has a different within the rules, and we try to give
Residents at the STOP facility are proud of their camp and their public
background and a different set of requirements the boys a sense that they re all in
4"1r111.c works projects and took special care to fix their main buildings up with for the staff to deal with. this together and they should help
4 flower arrangements and remodeling for the Open (House. The level of family support seems to each other out whenever possible.
be so important and a real key in That might be the first helping experience -
I II It camp in comparison and it makes a the idea of the camp very well sincewe how strong the kid is to resistingsome some of them have ever
j big impact, no matter how rough a opened. We try to give some of of the pressure from their environments had. This is no pleasure cruise but it
neighborhood they might have come that back in our community work to go down the wrong can be a real good learning experience -
from." projects." path. It all goes back to the quality of for the boys,many of whom
A typical day at the camp begins Members of the STOP Camp have parental relationships. Most of the have made just one bad mistake,
well before eight a.m. each day as helped in a number of community- youthful offenders we get here are and deserve a chance for a fresh
the boys make their bunks and clean related work projects since the from hrnlrpn\ homes That seems to start."

their living areas,which are then inspected camp opened. These projects are .... .. .. .. .. .. ._
-- -\ \ \.M.\ -MM'M. V M V\ M,
promptly at eight by camp also involved in the boy's point
staffers. system. Boys who accumulate the
five highest point totals each week Courtnay School of Dance
"The discipline here is an on-going are awarded special favors eatingout
thing that is established immediately going to see a movie or other
," Hughes said. "We don't get special activities which give them a FALL REGISTRATIONClasses
many kids here that we have to sendon feeling of accomplishment for their Jazz
; :.3. to a more restrictive institution, chores and good behavior. The point in Ballet, Tap &
..- but it does happen and we make totals for each youth is posted on a
Pho'ot by Mark rl.dlln$ them realize right away that the bulletin board. 3 yr. old to Adult Ages
Battle Dress... standards will be very strict from The projects have included clean
members of the Society make all their own armor have to do it the old day one." ing up around churches and city and Saturday, Aug. 23 10-3 p.m.At .
cnnntv nwnfri buildings planting
fashioned way, by hand. The process of making the mail coat alone Studio in Midway Center
The youths keep up their school oven 75,000 pine seedlings in the
may take several months. work at the facility, thanks to the Lake Butler Starke area under the

----..-.-----..-.. ..... .....- ...---..

..,.... c. D




800 N. Temple Ave. Starke


/ 4\L Introducing Fresh Seafood Displayed In A Showcase 1

Order From Here What You_ Want, How Much,

And How You Want It Cooked Suited To Your Taste!


: '
S A Complimentary Glass of Wineor

Beer Served With Dinner

TRY OUR FRESH SEAFOOD. . . We Also Serve All Kinds

Qf f Trooical Drinks Wines Beer & Cocktails
m'1k1l'm.lt> :r.t; M aaTROi'ICALOBIIY1IStidt; 2'o1Wi t1' m'd

Jumbo-Size Shrimp Red Snapper

Medium-Size Shrimp Flounder 1 fIt' f(

King Crab Legs CodCatfish J ,

10... 3.00 r\.UTWtuIKII' 3.00 ""Ml 3.00
Snow Crab _. _. .
Legs --. A -- .Moe el -' M.M d M tojlh/ Ls,
po.rliMmY. Ju.man Mn111 atl.vpd Aq0. pKp
1'e' blwp...Mean. = .A1M.A qNb M. 0 "",,ttKMfKMK
Soft-Shell Crabs Clams Oysters

Salmon ((1/2-shell raw or steamed) 1r

o'1 1LML01tM
Grouper Scallops
-- lAiTAM MUNTM 3.00 .. 3.00

DELICIOUS CHINESE FOOD. lo oo-qwonomioi ol levQuoinfH..rt 0.h.Wea. .n n,erMM. Ino M 0M ., /
pP . i to oflng + OnpM O.M .uMM-

Now Serving. .

Mandarin Cuisine Hunan Sizzling Beef or Pork C)"

Szechuan Cuisine Orange-Flavored Beef .w_ v.pualU'
IMAM fMWI .AIIIU., IlAn_ 3.00 ,..NTIM 3.10
Hunan Cuisine Shrimp or Scallops in Hot Mq=:=::::=. -=--a.-: :
Garlic Sauce
Cantonese CuisineFeaturing
Hunan Sizzling Shrimp '

.' ) :: or Scallops i 1Ii

/ Lemon Chicken
Crispy Shrimp or Scallops X
,..S"" i'U3.00 "UM 1.15 t""'"" ue

Hunan Sizzling Chicken Szechuan Hot Spicy Shrimp .p al:r yaOMN 1: gr u :.:s: =

Shredded Pork or Beef f' It
Shrimp and ScallopCombinations "Zr";

in Hot Garlic Sauce J'9 ---




V 't'

Page SECTION August?, 198ft

I FamilyfromStarke1iveso danger on'-Caribbean: cruise \: \'*. ./*\ I

ByMarkFriedlin. minutes before we could find the airlifted by U.S. Coast Guard Some of the passengers didn't really -, .-
BCT Staff WriterA right passageway." helicopters to hospitals in Miami. want to go back, I could tell, but T .. .
family from Starke experienceda The thought of some type of terrorist Unlike the famous Titanic, which there was certainly no-where to go
frightening experience two weeks attack passed through manyof has been in the news again lately on that island so there were no problems
ago as a tranquil, fun-filled voyageon the passengers minds at first, according the Emerald Seas had plenty of from them. All of the other
a cruise ship turned into a brush to Mrs. Rink and accordingto lifeboats for the entire crew and passengers were very helpful In
with fire and explosion.The many of the passengers interviewed their passengers.The calming down the ones who got ner
incident, which happened by television news stations after captain of the ship ordered the vous. That helped to keep them
Wednesday,July 8 and made the national the incident. lifeboats to begin heading for a near- calm."
news shows, began when the "Well,you see things like that happen by island- "Little Strip Cay" which The ship's engines were restartedand
William Rink family of Starke,along all the time and you don't thinkit proved to be a good temporary the ship turned and sailed back
with Bradford Middle School could ever happen to you but then refuge from the troubled liner. to Miami, where it is now undergo-
teacher Robin McNelley and again you never know," Mrs. Rink :"We stayed on the island for about ..
Mildred Bellizzi, booked passage on said, obviously relieved to be backon hours Mrs. Rink said. "Then the And would the Rinks go on another
the crusier "Emerald Seas" for a dry land. "Some people might Coast Guard men had boarded the cruise anytime soon?
relaxing vacation in the Carribbean. have thought about terrorists but I ship and inspected it to determine if "We most certainly would" was
Their destination when they sailed knew it was fire of some kind and I it was safe enough to start up again. the plucky reply from Mrs. Rink. Model of the Week
from Miami was Nassau, a small but didn't think it had been deliberately They thought it was safe,so we load- .This trip was just a little more exciting -
beautiful Island featuring snorklingand set." ed back on the lifeboats,all nine hun- than most. We're ready to go VIRGINIA CRAWFORD
swimming in the crystal clear Mrs. Rink said the situation would dred of us,and went back to the ship. again anytime."
waters and sunbathing on the white have been quite a bit more serious if ? .
sand beaches.It the explosion had occured at night w
should have been a real pleasure instead of in the early morning sun- ,
cruise, and was, according to Anita shine. TERWILLEGAR
Rink, who said her family and their "People would have been very Y
friends from Starke were in various frightened if it had happened at .!l MOTORS
parts of the large ship, which has a night and it would have been much
seven-story high row of decks, a harder for the crew to control eightor EDDIE STARLING -
large recreation area and long nine hundred people," Mrs. Rink i
hallways between rooms and levelson commented, "expecially in the NEW & USED
board,until the vessel was wracked smoke and confusion of the first CARS & TRUCKS !
by an explosion and flames. hour. I
"we were scattered all over the The tension level of the passengers Bring In your best '
ship, really, with everyone doing increased visibly, however, when
what they wanted at the moment, the passengers were told to load into deal, let me try to
and Bill and I were down in our the lifeboats and abandon ship. beat It! < ,
cabin when we heard people yelling
below," Mrs. Rink said after she "Some people did start to panic STMKE2M KEYSTONE i.. '
returned to Starke early this week. when we were ordered into the W. Madison Nary 21 7r
"We went outside of our cabin and lifeboats," Mrs. Rink said. "And 64-7200 473-3673 d
lots of smoke down the 1 ,
saw rolling
that was a scary thing. They sway _
halls from the area just below us. and rock from side to side when they
The smoke covered a large area are lowered and some people had
pretty quickly and people were running trouble with that because you are so
away from it to the upper decks. far off the water up in the air. It was
We didn't know what was happeningat precarious."
very f

The first.Rinks made their way up the Seventeen people were injured in I
deck, fighting their way past a the blast, most of the injuries occur- I I,1
stream of running people who were ing among the passengers who were *
beginning to show the first signs pf in their cabins near the source of the
panic. explosion when it occured. The injured -
"We went to the upper deck and passengers and several in- V.I.P. Memberships
took our life jackets, which were in crew members were later
the our cabms," Mrs. Rink con
tinued. "We were very concerned at sAnow! available at
first to get all the family togetherbut ;
we saw that everyone was accounted FLA.TWIN THEATRE I Williams Jewelry
for when we reached the 964-5451
area where the lifeboats were kept. 100 W. Call Street 964.7064

members Nicky and of David the family(two of) were the younger unableto Open Every Night Bradford Square Shopping Center 964-8485 ;

get their life jackets from below S2.00 SPECIALSat.
Card Holder Entitled
decks, which we were worried aboutat & Sun. 5:00 Showing to:
first, but they had plenty of extrasin Tuesday Showings
the lifeboat storage area. We put Sale Price In Advance of Sale .
them on and waited. There wasn't Starts Friday, Aug. 8
much else could do. The Discount Prices on In-Stock
we ship" RALPH MACCHIO Virginia looks cool and refreshed In her cotton ensemble. Solid tank
seemed fairly stable at the time. Merchandise
coordinates with her blouse and solid color She
top bright print pants.
But the drama had only began at
that point, according to Mrs. Rink PAT MORITA Additional Discounts on All accents the outfit with earrings and beads In a tropic color.
Sale Priced Items t Tnnk:4.99 Shirt: 12.99 Pants: 12.99
There were over 900 people on
board the ship as it lay at a dead stop Iterate Kid VIP Charge Account
in the ocean, and the crew acted ad- n Without .
BPG) Part 90-Days Interest
mirably in keeping them calmed PAYING HIGH PRICES!
down, Mrs. Rink said, adding that
they were calmer than she expected SCREEN 2 Stop by today and ask for OPEN 10 .m.I pm 492 N. Temple Ave.

them to be in the face of what seem- VIP Membership.. MondaySaturdayPhone AcroM from High School
ed at first to be a very serious acci your H4-8772 VISA MC Layaway
dent. LEGAL EAGLESTHE You Are Our Preferred Customer!

The explosion, which occured as a NEW COMEDY FROM THE
result of an overloaded valve in DIRECTOR OF GHOSTBUSTERSROBERT

some steam lines to the engine, according S REDFORD -- _
to later news reports on the -- -
accident, had blown out doors, I :
bulkheads and walls in cabins sur- **.****************!,
rounding the engine room. SUMMER TIME FUN *

The blast ignited a fire, which on- 10:30 Wed.AM Aug.& 2:00 13th PM Rattan Dining Set
board an ocean-going ship can W All Seats SI.00
quickly escalate into a very PEE WEEs BIG
dangerous situation if no professional -
help is standing by, but in this
case the uncertainty proved to be the 301 DRIVE-IN h
biggest enemy.
Starke 964-7484
"No one knew, or could know what ..
had happened in the first momentsof Fri, Sat., Sun., w
the explosion," Mrs. Rink said. .
"The uncertainty of what was goingon VTfO D''JlE .
early when it happened caused w
some people to get a little panicky.You w
know, all sorts of things flash
through your mind, all.we saw was
billowing smoke coming through the I
halls. When we left our cabin to go a.
up on deck we we found we couldn'tgo PLUS
the way we had used throughoutthe FRIGHT
trip because it was so filled with
smoke you couldn't breath or see. NIGHT .
We had to find another route up to },
Showtlme Sundown
the upper deck and it took us a few :

Let's Go Pisfiin? !I.

Tremendous Selection of AffordableBASS '


NOW IN STOCK The Inviting Styleof


.40 HP Mariner OutDd.
Foot Controlled troll motor c: dining or as a game table, this five-piece set is an elegant

Aerated Depth finder live well ITA.TI 4O Y 5 9 9 5 addition to any decor. The clear glass table top accentuatesthe

Custom drive-on trailer AS LOW AS_ unique dark ratan table base. Four Breuer chairs are

wrXiio Carry! HYDRA-SPQRTS -.PROCRAFTUASS shiny brass-plated frames with rattan backs.Each has a com-

< STREAM fortable box seat upholstered in a ribbed, off-white fabric.
A classic dining set. From Bernards. _

Reg. $39995Table

1 and Four Chairs Sale $29995FREE

rz: )MRin.. DEUYERY SINCE; 1923'' 90 Days Same As L

/OUTBOAFWSW.ETE 1S1 Terms Available> .

8ASS FISHINS I "18$ 30Aooi DENMARK.Credit
f twtfetjj JU Lw At . t .. ar .

OIh.plow.AvALAILSU 1,1 l.nontimf MM,11.L D FURNITURE NEW. STORE HoURS:
____ 8:00: a.m. 8:30:
THE PRO BASS TACKLE SHOP -- 434. W. Call! Street 411 W. Madison St. Monday trtdAJn'

3070llendinq'Blvd.eJddlhura. : 964-5826 >10 984-5827 8:00: a.m.-100: pun.

I',.. .._of...........J II'' r. ::::'";1 l Slarka, Florida Saturday

282or1151ACfE .
:- ... .. ., -" A- e.. 1 .&8 ttt_ 4.# --_.
a MARINE INC. 282-311

-"- .. __ r 4 v --. ... r '. ... .. _..... _... __...........,... ._,_ .. ... ._ ._ ,,, .. __




I Obituaries = ;, ,': ;" ------- .

Pamela Jean Gross Dell SmithMrs. Funeral Home of Keystone Height. :' of Lawtey. The Eastern Star Starke. Burial was in Crosby Lake

Pamela Jean Gross Is in charge of arrangements. Chapter No. 224, The Philatethes
26, of Starke Dell Smith, 65 of Starke died Cemetery,
died Tuesday morning, August :5. Society Order of High Priesthood of
1986 at Shimdx Teaching Hospital Sunday the Riverside morning Hospital, August in 3 Jackson-, 1986 at James D. Yeager the State of Florida, Past Grand In MemoryIn

following a brief illness. ville following a brief illness. Mr. James D. Yeager died Tues Commander of Florida, year of loving memory of my wife, Par-
She was born and 29, 1986 at his residence 1966-67, Eastern Star No. 40 in Lake
raised in Hurmington. 'Mrs. Smith was born in Fargo, GA day July thine Leggett, mother, and grand
New York and moved to,, and moved to Starke in 1930. She was following a short illness! Butler. mother who passed one year ago

St.irke two years ago. the widow of the late Edwin Smith August 5, 1985. God came by and
Mr. born In
Survivors include her father and Yeager was Survivors include two sons, James picked his flower beautiful flower.
and was retired from the Sunland a r it-
GA and lived most of his life In
stepmother, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Center In Gainesville a D. Yeager, Jr., of California and Husband Ira Leggett, children $4 .
as super( Florida. He retired health in-
was a
Gross, Sr., Starke; one sister, visor. She was a member of the of Jack Yeager, Orlando; one niece, Barbara, Glen, David and grand ''i .
the State of Florida Mr.
Patricia Ann Palaba, I'otterville, Pleasant Hope Congregational spector Inez Allen, St. Augustine; two children. Friends will always miss r
NY; two brothers, Thomas Gross Methodist Church of Starke. Veager was a member of the Brad- grandchildren\ and four great her She was a mother who loved all ,r-
Jr SUuke and l Lawrence Gross, Survivors include her twin sister, Lodge No. 35 James Yeager grandchildren. of her family.We 4i '' t'A

North fort Mrs. Linnie Bell Harris of Starke; love you but God loved her
Funeral services will be held at one brother, Mr. Josie Davis of Glen Chapter No. 62, R.A.M. The Lawtey Funeral services were held Friday best ._ .4. .
2:30: p,m", Thursday, August 7, 1986 St. Mary; many nieces and Council No. 39, R. & S.M., The Brad-- August 1, 1H6! at the chapel ofArrhip McMillian -
at the First! Baptist Church of Starke nephews. ford Commandery No. 43, K.T., All ; Tanner Funeral Home in Leggett Families Porthln Leggett
with Rev. Ben Bryany officiating. I

Cremation will follow with Archie Funeral services were held Tues

Tanner Funeral, Home of Starke in day morning, August 5, 1986 at the .. -
charge of arrangements. chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral "-yv T -nnrv
Home with Rev. D.E. Willis and ,

Ruth S. Clare Rev. Mark Woods officiating. Burial

Mrs. Ruth Clare, 83, of Keystone will Gardens be in in Orange Jacksonville Park with Memory Archie i L \ II! ilL'

Heights died Monday, August 4, 1986 Tanner Funeral Home in charge of l M
at her home following a brief illness. arrangements. @

Born in Portsmouth, Ohio, on July '''' ''II O i : 1" ::I =IItn
29, 1903: Mrs. Clare moved to 1
Keystone Heights in 1966 from Port. Frances Barry Land .

smouth. Mrs. Clare was a memberof Mrs. Frances Barry Land, 55, of
Community Church and a Pensacola, died Wednesday morn-
housewife. ing in the Baptist Hospital in Pen- A A

Survivors include her husband, sacola following a long illness.
Robert R. Clare; son, James H. Mrs. Land was born in Brooker -
Clare, Melrose; sister, Helen Wood- and lived in Pensacola for the past 25
ward Baton Rouge, LA; three years. She was employed by the \( # ,

grandchildren.Funeral University of West Florida in the ,.-: .._-... A'. :: .",", -
services were held in Library Dept, and was a member of .: '-: '
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel 1 on Wednesday the Gonzolas First United Methodist (IJ ;" ff "J. 00 __

August 6, 1986 with Rev. Buddy Church of Pensacola. oj-a: 1 .t i "IY YJ... ,. ,rr
Kriedlin conducting the services. Survivors include her son, Al 1 ...
Burial was in Eliam Cemetery at Land, Tallahassee: ; two daughters!, I ") ,, i'l ? "" ,

Melrose under the direction of Jones Gwen Shiver & Carol Allen, both of : ;

}o'unerdiliome of Keystone Heights. Pensacola; Her parents, Mr & Mrs. -_... .. .......
: -:; = -=::::
L.W. Barry, Brooker; two sisters, I ... ",
Bess Violet Harden Helen Crosby Starke, Jackie Cnit- ... --,.,. *'e .1 \ ,. '
Hempstead chfield, Brooker; one brother, L W. -- LL : *...* ,- V'_ "'\.J.
Barry Jr. Pensacola two ; "':
; grand
Mrs. Bess Violet Harden Hemp- --- ";
children. .i
stead, 88 of died .
Keystone Heights, .
Funeral services were held \\ Ji'YLJ'J
Tuesday: July 29, 1986 in Oaks morning in the of Fait --.-. ",J.,, 'cv _:. '\ ... .
Chapel .. n. v '
Residential & Rehabilitation Centerin .'"' ..
Funeral Home in Pensacola. Burialwill -- s '...
Gainesville following a short il ". p11.1
lness. be at Dedan Cemetery in 11.I(
Brooker with Rev. Jim Countryman VMa '.- "
Born in South Bend Indiana
on .1J. .0
conducting the services. Archer ,
August 13, 1897, Mrs. Hempstead tf"u.- : 1 "" x ,
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in _
moved to Keystone Heights in I9<1fl of -.., iii] \ I ,
arrangements. :Ll'I \
from Knox, Indiana. Mrs. Hemp- COOL CANVAS
stead was a member of the Catholic Louise V. Johns ,\ .I..... CASUALS -Oi \ '
.. jIr! ; j jitfP
faith. r.PJ ., \ rif?
Mrs. Louise V. Johns, 69, E
799. 1M
d Compare
Up 4 ,
Survivors include her niece, Mar-
Florahome, Fla., died Wednesday, : ..11 \ 'J I'
I ., .
: jorie Antonelli, South Bend, In- July 30 1986 at Bradford CountyHospital ,. Assorted styles and :t ..\ ,

diana; her nephew, James R. following an extended il- .-,. ... I: colors In men's, ladles', 'J j ,
: Harden, Largo, F'L.Memorialization lness. \':; e:) II, and girls' sizes. "fr--j nJ
will be by crema- .. r' #
Mrs. Johns was born and raised in i
: : tion with burial at a later date. Jones Bradford County and was the widowof i4fi" 'f/I/ p. '" .

; Funeral Home of Keystone HeightsIs the late Luther J. Johns. She wasa ,/ .
-:: in charge of arrangements member of Church of God of n

.: Starke. 499 .
; Leona English
: ; Survivors include three |

:. :: : Mrs. Leona English, 85, of Starke, daughters, Mrs. Alma Narworth. -- .
; died Wednesday, July 30, 1986 in Florahome, Mrs. Joyce Tetstone,
: :- Whispering Pines Care Center in Brooker, Mrs Betty Rehberg, '
.: Starke following a long illness. Starke; six sons, Charles & Wayne r1r ,

.. Born in Highland, Fla., on June 1, Johns, both of Jacksonville, Jefferson f t \
.: 1901, Mrs. English was a lifelong Johns, Florahome, Lester, Joii 599
: resident of Bradford County. She Eugene and Ernest' Johns all of % -:: I .

H-. a homciuaker and a rqclnljcrsyf1j .., Starke; onebrptherJe.ssie Padgett, t I .I.111t I ( ,
:.;: Fim Christian Church '' Hinesville; 'GA: thirty-two grand- .. 1 k .
.: Survivors include two daughters, children and eighteen great- r I \ LADIES' WEARNylonspandex
Esther! Mary Sanders, Starke, & grandchildren. ., .j
: Minnie Lee Manard, Jacksonville; Funeral services were conducted BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS teddies, GIRLS' 4 TO 14

:- one sister Thelma Conway, Starke; Saturday, August 2. 1986 at the OR JEANS U i t '. \.., sheer babydolls, full
: seven grandchildren and eight Starke Church of Clod with Rev tltJ. nylon slips, or big tee TOPS OR JEANS

i great-grandchildren; six nephews Gene Bass officiating and Rev. Reg. To 8.99. Fashion jeans r 'iJ..f. sleep shirts. Reg. To 4.99. Long sleeve

;. ; : and four nieces. Leroy Olive assisting. Burial was in with embroidered back pockets. fi .J- HALF SLIPS I 2.99 screen-printed tops.

::. Funeral services were held in Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie Collar knit shirts 8-18. ) EXTRA SIZEBABYDOLLS 5.99 Reg. To 899. Jeans with

:'. DfWitt C. Jones Chapel on Saturday, Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in BOYS' 4.7 KNIT SHIRTS. 4.99 )! embroidered back pockets. .,
: August 2, 1986 with Rev. Thomas charge of arrangements. ti

i-:. Crafton & Raymond Baer conducting : .' :
: the services. Burial was in REGISTER NOW

:.:: Longbranch Cemetery under the Leona EnglishMrs. '. e' e e -100 TO WIN A
: :: direction of Jones Funeral Home of SHOPPING
Leona English, 85, of Starke,
: :. Starke. .. Wrn Vo a ;:eOlh/np SPREE!
died Wednesday, July 30, 1986 in Qb 08UV'YOUMU.tBet8Y

Sam McGarvey Whispering Pines Care Center in SPREE:J SWEEPSTAKESREGISTER :J :J : Has.Fameee Pne.To &Ae Reaerl Nol Eupiph:'To I :fl.! =ar ., n?:Are:atl Ave 01 a par Olar Femn,roHpueeMlnWa Collar R,erlsler' ntl Or The,
Starke illness Are
following a long So
: Mr. Sam McGarvey, 77, of i/\/Innlng/\ Aroelon.irane/a.pro' And No 'alv Fn A, Do No.J .
: :::;:, Lawtey, died Sunday, August 3, 1986! 1901 Born, Mrs.in Highland English Fla.was, on a lifelong June 1, :::: NOW TO WIN Deeipn.etl Ollkra: FemrlyaC Space. 'On TM ann rmp"..OS Suoar/1u1Mn;Ern np/ i Rae r.:':,'o.N"a'a:: You iaee MJ thuT nturrM. woe o..
extended Illness 01
his home Fairy
at following an resident of Bradford County She Hamper" e Sloro wnr. Ymr Ary Rogrnere7D I .rnTentllrale :e
: : .
homemaker and member of
was a a
lie was born in Newark, N.J., and
First Christian Church.
:= lived in the Northeast until he and ,..
Survivors include two daughters, --
: his wife Alice moved to Lawtey in ( '.
: I" _' I
Esther Mary Sanders, Starke, & .
: : the early 1950s to farm. r -
: : He attended the Newark Minnie Lee Manard, Jacksonville; I. I >>JJ ) '
sister Thelma Starke !
: : Engineering College and worked as one Conway and, ; --:! .. ...... DIET -_II ;;;.I. Id f.. .
seven grandchildren eight
: : an advertising executive and "') COMPARE .-. J;:p: i I i- I ,..r I'
.; copywriter in New York City and great-grandchildren four nieces. ; six, nephewsand ( ... J AND SAVE-. PEPSI'Pepsi ,,,,:, I{ .t t II IIII
::' New Jersey. He also worked as a .... ,. "
,, -f-f.i.c1t
-- :
Funeral services held in .'Lt. "
were .... .. .. "
:: clerk for the Lackawanna Railroad / .. ; ..:. --.; ; II "' -' -
DeWitt Jones Chapel on Saturday, / : ,
: : .
the I '
during depression.After August 2. 1986 with Rev. Thomas ---..-- t._ \: 1.1:0WEL: {'it',
ty he was he a moved reporter to for Bradford the Bradford Coun- Crafton the or services.Raymond Burial Baer conducting was in- -. S c.PO ..;: I. .,,1"S'. ,. '-10....'..t ."c.. .

Telegraph and the now-de-
County ; under the
Longbranch Cemetery .
funct Alachua Journal before '
direction of Jones Funeral Home of
writing for the High Springs Herald 99cS.
Irom 1957 to 1963. He began work at Starke. 699 YOUR 2$1
the Gainesville Sun in 1963, repor- Ruth S. Clare CHOICE

ting and photographing regionalnews Mrs. Ruth Clare, 83, of Keystone 2 LITER PEPSI
until his retirement in January Heights died Monday, August 4,1986at 5 PC. BATH SET 38 OZ. RINSO Pepsi, Diet Pepsi Pepsi 5 OZ. BAR SOAP PAPER PRnnllr.T
1974. His "Great Day in the her home following a brief illness. Rug, contour mat and tank, Regularly 1.39. Laundry Free, Diet Pepsi Free or Reg. 39' Each. Shield 51 ct. foam cups. 100
Morning" column continued to be a Born in Portsmouth, Ohio, on July [ lid and seat cover. detergent. Limit 2. Mountain Dew. deodorant soap. Limit 6. ( sheet towels.

regular Sunday feature until last 29, 1903, Mrs. Clare moved to B8BBIHBIffi .
March, when Mr. McGarvey'shealth Keystone Heights in 1966 from Port- (MMmHKggHOMQ ..... -
declined. lie lived briefly in a smouth. Mrs. Clare was a member Rubber Queen I \ \ Rubber Queen ----:::::::::-. e

nursing home in Starke this spring of Community Church and a
before returning to his rural home housewife. C r ; I f p OUAKER I yONOERFOILli

approximately! month ago. Survivors include her husband, '. jll li II''IJ\I ...... I -- I STATE I ..:;/ ht ... ,
Survivors include two brothers, : I I C III' I 1'("'(; ; 'j7.j; -
H. 'IVl -
Robert R. Clare; son, James a' L j I ...
\JIIJ..l -
Walter E. McGarvey of Chatham, I II,,'' aI
Clare, Melrose sister, Helen Woodward c I I 1'it I
; ll'
N.J. and James F. McGarvey ofBowie ,t I I lfl i: i fOIL
Baton Rouge, LA; three I' .} I : I I : I !:,.O rtol WaND
I p .,
sisters Marion
MD; two grandchildren.Funeral j I I l--ssr I.'U.. BATI1I\OOMTISSUE
Anderson and Ruth L. Stecher. both services were held In Ipl;; : 'FI'I\\ i, I' I :

01 Gatlmburg, 'Itnn.; several nieces DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on Wednesday I 'i- : 1
--Td .
and nephews.Memorial August 6, 1966 with Rev. BuddyC. =
services will be held at Friedlm the services.
3:30: p.m. Thursday, August 7, in the Burial was in Eliam Cemetery at 699 1099 84c: 69CVINYL
Archie Tanner Funeral Home Melrose under the direction of Jones

.Chapel: of Starke. Funeral Home of Keystone Heights.

Myrtle LaMoyne Bess Violet Harden 4 piece set. In beige, black 4 piece set. In black gold Rag. 1.09. Super Blend Multi-purpose 12* x 25' Soft two ply Camellia
Mrs. Myrtle LaMoyne Earl, 83, of Hempstead or clear. or blue. 10W30 motor oil. Limit 5. aluminum foil. bathroom tissue.
Starke died Friday morning, August
1, 1986 at Bradford County Hospital Mrs. Bess Violet Harden Hempstead o -1- $>Iw, ,J
following an extended illness. 88, of Keystone Heights, diedTuesday / / e 4.rCaa'Pai
She was born and raised in Branch July 29, 1986 in Oaks .- i iIul ,
Residential & Rehabilitation Centerin
County, Michigan and moved to ,
'I\ 64 4. w
short il-
Gainesville +
following a
Bradenton in 1964 and then moved to IS
She of the lness. _JJn a
Starke in 1980. was Baptist +
Survivors Include 'two sons, Mr, Born in South Bend, Indiana, on

G.K. Ely, Starke, Mr. L. D. Ely, August 13, 1897, Mrs. Hempstead .
Costa Mesa, CA; several grand- 'moved to Keystone Heights in 1946

children. from Knox, Indiana. Mrs. Hemp- .
Funeral services were held Saturday stead was a member. of the Catholic

August 2, 1986 at the chapel ofArchie faith.

Tanner Funeral Home with Survivors include her niece Mar- 3 SUBJECTCOMPOSITION 3 RING BINDER 70 CT, COMP BOOKS 64 CT. CRAYONS LUNCH BOX SNACKS
Bro. Leaton Morgan conducting the BOOK Regularly 227. Assorted Regular rule. Brilliant color non-toxic Assorted potato
jorie Antonelli, South Bend, In- Chips and
services. Burial was. in Skyway Reg. 1.49. 120 sheets. color canvas binders. crayons In box. peanut candy bars.
Memorial Park in Bradenton FL diana; her nephew, James R.

with Archie Tanner Funeral HomeIn Harden, Largo, FL.Memorialization .
Starke In charge of ar will be by cremation Price Good Through This Weekend.
with burial at a later date. Jones Quantltiet Limited On Some Item 309 S. Walnut Street Starke ,
No Sale To D* ler..

___ __ _,r- M--


Pages SECTION August 7, 19H6 __

g' ,t. 1 ,

.- ',,' .,.','," 1.. ,''I'' ..
"j" .
:: { ',?\& *' ( '.k *",' '' '

._ w ei s

r ceu ;

I II : 1 ? aI
I A a

a a'D


\ I I

America's Finest Income Tax Course

Learning income taxes now could offer you money-making
Good-looking Line-up.
opportunities and save on return at tax time.
you money
The BUS Jazz dancers! go through another routine under the eye of Instructor Becky Poore. Claudine Greenly and Amy Nagoel.
Donna Parado. In the rear: Sheila Tew Wanda Mueller Tonya Klein Lilly Burgess Morning, afternoon evening classes
I From left to right on the first row: Shena Burgess, Tonya Anderson und Shannon Wolf, Partially hidden are Audra Brantly and Angela Mon- Reasonable Course Fee .CI..... begin Sept. 3
Morgan Fill. Cristl Jackson and Midi Fill. tgomery. Send for more Information today or call fowl I
In the middle row from left to right: Cristi Meyers, Angela Forsyth,
Send for more Information today or call now!

. BUS Dancers Prepare for New Football Season r'e I ; ----1 I

By Mark Friedlin sponsored her group with hours of Parado organized the BHS girls at Corps previously and wanted to keep 964 N. Temple Ave. '
BCT Staff Writer her own personal time in an effort to the suggestion of BUS Band Director the girls on a good footing before I 't
BUS fans can come down to the give football fans plenty to cheer for Charles Ball and has been workingwith leaving the area. Starke, Fla. 32091
high school auditorium this Friday when the season begins this Fall. them on a variety of new "Donna has been a tremendous
and catch a sneak preview of the Parado who plans on majoring in workouts and dance routines. help to the program," Director Ball I ,964-8286 or
Tornadoes Jazz dancers and majorettes Fashion Design at the University of "This program is good for the girls commented at the end of the last I 528-2551 :
in a unique showcase of Florida, tried out for the U of F Gat- and good for me as well," Parado school year. "She has put quite a bit '
their talents. torettes last year and missed a spoton said. "I hope we can establish a real of her own time into this project and II Please send me free information about your tax preparation course.
The girls in the jazz dancing group the prestigeous squad by just one top-notch squad of majorettes and manes.' I Name I
have been working out on their place. dancers in time for next season.The .
routines under ex-BHS majorette "Dance was one area I was a little girls so far have been very en- because of her efforts." I Address I II
Donna Parado for the past two weak on in the tryouts," Parado thusiastic about the project."
weeks getting ready for a new football said. "We had to pick up a new Parado came up with the idea for The show this Friday begins at 2pm. I City .State_Zip I II
season. dance routine in just 45 minutes, jazz dancers about two years ago at the BHS auditorium and is
Parado has been instrumental in which was difficult, so I was deter- and established the group herself. open to the public.Donations for the Phone__ i
preparing the girls for Band Camp mined to work on my dance before I She had already helped raise money program will be accepted at the .. tttstr faits ea.e - .as stee .ssw1e1w1t
for the maioref, nnri th. Finn door
which comes up next week and has tryout again next vrar ""
---' \
I ----- .


]1' ,i./ Yr5'Md ry'fcw' ,>i-V*>u fw + \\

f ;; .' _
frSSt Y -$Mti$&, f .,.+' ': "

If.. \ r

h ': SENTRY _

I : ;' I Hardware Sals Ends August 23.1986

r rf 1 r't'Vv'l 3g I I I' _

SAVE 30! 6 Gal Wet/Dry
I '
W j If
; t r .. Vacuum with 4-Free
.. l Utility Knife SAVE 30
:-- ,n, Accessories

r ,. Z ,'J . .
2 Petition Knife + i ?
Stores Extra 10-39 6888
Block In MACCOLiquid '1 l .
Handle i
: I H.ovy Duty cloning Indoor or,out
/ I Includes hot*..nt t.n.ionwandt, ,
S| $3.2*VALUE I j :i I noiiU and lou ,wh..l dolly PIUS 4
FREE octMtorin
\ I6ii ,,
'. Nails 1

Instructions... e 1 I
Jazz Dance Instructor Donna Parado gives some instructions to two of 1.49 VALUE 700-02-62
her youngest students during her dance clinic.
From left to right: (Holly Tew Morgan Fill and Donna PAra.lnIrtH
SAVE $4.00!

ff A NeWF RNiT EoUTm'l -I 199 I 119 SAVE 16 $1.00 Oz. I i

IN TOWN --- Hammer
:-y' !.

I Located at ... \) t >\\\\\'H'\ !' VALUE 10.5 Oz.Fastens I5T"' -

i OLIN'SHOME ,,:::;::r Stme 1 High carbon 469

I ',. 1'.1' h adwith 5.69
: '
CENTER rlt 1 without nail Us.
.1I block finish
'. \ BRUSKOBRUSH "?dl t ry on car gaskets drywall and polishedbell ,
p"' mirror tiles and more .. '
t Hwy. "
: -Starkeancing AvailableALL Hardwood handle '
All steel 23-ln. floor brush ,
i k i t t I with smooth taindfinish
NEW FURNITURE"THIS guaranteed not to hondl.'I' I I i '"
I All steel head and I M.N601B
'TRAILER' FURNITURE!" eliminate*sagging bristle*and s
IS NOT broken handle 2I74CS I Ii

I Call 964-5606 for more informationFamily .rtw i
t- -
eeaar ... .
SAVE $2.00! Trash Can

SAVE 30:! With Wheels
P.tl '

a o' Spray Paints :

r"I'' i i I

739 1333
in Assorted ,
1. III I, Sturdy buill-ln
EAIPBRuE Colors I ,, wheels lor easy
itiue i mobilityPruning
I No pinch handles
i Designer Shoes FOR LESS Saw taeew IILAgt r 3.29 VALUE II Wo lock lid In place ,
Tubular steel frame, chrome plated s
L.A. Gear Candles Easy tension take-up odustmenl| prevents blade 9 9 6 year warranty.
eryday Ii-i twist' _I Y

Eveh parr Nina 9 West Tempered blade is easily replocable 2 j OTT

Gloria Vanderbilt Ciao --
A5 v 13 0:.

Bradford Square 417 Edwards Road Starke Single SAVE $2.00Plunger

Dead 9 9 CYlinder. KRYLONDrlM I Provides high capacity lorce

9 against, toilet" and drain stoppages,

INSULATION Ribbed Inside and outside for
I.11\"" extra strength
SAVE THAT ENERGY :+ Furnished with 21" handle

tre 5.65 VALUE

\ .. e dust free In 5 7505 6
D minut.hondl In >>mlnut...
...... fauSvelI No lot tlm....|ut grv* It a *hak.
I- dcodbolt wilh live pm tumbl< and pray
and stainless. steel tumbWf e Seals out moI.tur..GYCIilable In
Keyed exterior and "",_tprwtgt......._ US J SIB assorted colon C5 Chicago Specialty I -
.1.'''''''<.1.101'"- .
: _
FIBERGLAS: At dM Ioeallv wn d Sentry store In your neighborhood --


..FIBERGLAS HIGH HIGHR\MLiirmiiinv BAm ..NEW INSULATION OR OLD INSTALLATION CONSTRUCTION j Lake Butler US 301 S. Starke Keystone Heights :::::::
SAVE Ufjmmyn! SAVE S.W. 8th Avenue 984-6078 Jet SR 21 i 100 !ZLSSI

ON HEATING -I 19646956 J| ON COOLING SO0T991C' 498-3079 Limited. 473-4973
t na.w/w.waraQaa'ewog:. -.at mei__-...----- -.mar n.fljil Insxe ____
DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE wet A.'r S wsc.rp nw-tr-Onor- nom to and OUVW.t

e ... c..x .. ... .._ ... ..
i- .
w A -- ae or -- s -- -- -- ----- '-'rre ------ --- ocr.---, -

..,. .'.- .. ''' .. ...
.. .., ... ..... .. .. .. '" -' '' '," '" ''. '''' .. '" "" .. .. --P' ... .-' .. .... .., .. . ,' ," . .. ..... ..'.. .. .' .'- '....

V J. #

,....,;- :1 ?, 1'JHB li SECTION Page 1I

Man .. sought here on several _.

I .

,charges is arrested_ in Duval. ; "..< .. .'" ,/ '." {" :.., ; '" ': (
- -- -

George Washington p Early, also Keystone Heights Bank. One check ville,.failed to stop for a stop sign :.. ---I"" 'j' nl.'I 't
known as Buck Frazier: was arrested was made to John Duke, in the and failed to give turn signal at the SI'lll't"lIlit1n (
by Duval County Officer E.P. amount of $50, and two were drawnin corner of Weldon and Thompson
Lee, late Monday, at the request of favor of Brenda Norman, for a streets Friday, August 1. Two city lPld : r ,I 'It\ I.. WY4' 1G/t sY
the Bradford County Sheriff's office. total of$150. police officers observed the infrac- ,\ ., ... I
Courthouse records Indicate there Two additional capiases were tion and halted the car. Allen gave Y ... J,
were six outstanding capiases for issued for Early, for driving withouta the officers, W.R. Russell and Kathy nt '
the apprehension of Early, includingone valid drivers license, and driving M. Best permission to search the .., !
for burglary of dwelling,one for while license is suspended or revok- vehicle. During the search, a con I t\\ ',', ,
grand theft and four for failure to ap- ed. cealed firearm was found, along I
pear. with drug paraphernalia and a quan- I \
Early is charged with unlawful en- DUI Charged... tity of cannabis. Il t ijl 'jIIIel
try February 2, 1985 into dwelling of
Martha Ann Marks, 922 E. BrownleeSt. Herbert A. Clark, age 33, who jl It #
., Starke, and taking cash in an resides in Bradford County, was arrested Allen was charged with one count tl I
amount less than $100. July 31 by Lt. Barber for DUI each of carrying a concealed j
Early is charged with unlawflul (Driving under the Influence). Clark weapon, possession of drug
entry into dwelling of Merrill Jones was released after posting $362.50 paraphernalia and posesslon of can-

May 19, 1986,and taking$450 In cash. bond. nabis. Bond was set by Judge
Early is charged with forging George Pierce at $1,000 for each
three or more checks with the name Ignored Stop Sign... charge. Bond was posted on August 2
of M.H. Jones, drawn on the James Thomas Allen Jr. Jackson- by his wife, Elizabeth E. Allen.

I News BriefsResident '' .S .. 1 It N I ti .iL

a ,

and was not charged with a traffic US301S crossing three cars were "
In LB Inured violation according to trooper crashed one man injured. \

William Langston.Carelessness. Marvin Monroe Williams, 67, a
Gregory Keith Clark, 20, Rt. 4,
Hampton resident,was heading east
Starke in-
incapacatlng ChargedIn on CR-18. Upon reaching US-301, he
juries July 26, in an accident onSR231
U-Turn Accident for
stopped the stop sign, as re
south of Butler.
Trooper James H. Horler reportedthat Jerry Ernest Quiett, 18, Rt. I, quired. Williams then proceeded to Senator Grant Visits LBII/IISC...
cross the busy intersection, suc-
Raiford, attempted a U-turn
Allen Lake
Ray Guyott, 26,
Butler, was heading south, when he Sunday morning on SR 100, one mile cessfully crossing the southbound State Senator Bill Grant, who Is presently running (,\ Sen. Grant, meets physical therapist Joy
east of CR 235. While attempting the for U.S. Congress from Florida,toured the Lake Butler Koh.in" and outpatient UaleJc'lamma: from Grant's
was forced to slow for a slower moving
lanes, but failing to make it
vehicle. 1986 maneuver, he lost control of his vehicle safely Hospital and Hand Surgery Center Friday, July 25. lioinetmMi of Madison, Fl.
Guyott, driving a
across the north bound laneWilliams' .
Sen. Grant said he found the visit Informative
and struck culvert. He very
Toyoto pick-up truck, spun out on a was not 1978 Ford collided with a as he got the chance to look the medical .
over facility :McClamm.i is marbles from bowl
wet and into the path of injured, out trooper William D. picking! up a as one
northbound 1985 Honda, driven by which in
Clark's northbound 1984 Lincoln. Langston charged him with careless specializes hand and microsurgery, while also e\c *rcfse wliith will help improve the gripping abilityof
William Edward Reneke, 51, serving the
general medical needs of the Inrnl area. his injured right hand.
Michael Burkhalter, 17, riding driving. Gainesville. Both vehicles spun intoa
with Clark was not injured. Cars CrashAt car stopped on the CR-18, which
Guyott was charged with "Failureto
was waiting to cross from east to
maintain control.! 18, 301 CrossingIn west. The third car was being driven
.. U
DUI ChargedIn yet another accident at the well- by Andrew Timmons, 40, also of
known intersection of SR-18 and Hampton.

Car Accident ---- -- --- --.--.-.--.--.-..--. -.-----..--.--- -- -
...... ............ .... ..........
Shirley Copeland White, 36, .....u.........................=.................,
Michigan Ranch on SR 100 S., was .. i. TEPrA VEJl
charged with DUI(driving under the ,' \"
:: ; : :: ,
influence), no tag and no drivers .. .. %
license by trooper Donald C. .. .. p.
.. zW ..
Roberts. .. ..
White failed to negotiate a curve .. .. G. FOOD MART 4)

450 ft. south of SE 8th St. (Griffis .... x ....
Loop) and her car hit a large oak .. ;t ..
tree Friday, July 26. .... Y I A' .... 705 N. TEMPLE 834 W. MADISONUS
White was not injured in the acci- .. + .. AND
dent. .. w. US ( 301 & SR 16)) (SR 100))
I ..
.. ..
Union Commissioner .. ..
.. .. USE YOUR
.. ..
Uninjured in Crash -
.. t ..
Union County Commissioner i ..

Sidney Todd was uninjured in an accident .... u ..
July 29, near his home, 1.4 ..
.5 ..
miles west of Worthington Springs .. 1. ..
Trooper T. Calvin Pace reportedthat .. K, ..
Todd was attempting to make a .. Y ..
left when his plus tax
turn into his driveway, .. Q l ..
vehicle was struck by a Mack truck .. ..
.. .. & LITE BEER canss2.99
Hriven by Starke resident Mark E.: 6-Pk. 12 oz.

JU Sl| sy '26,'who-.waa.i, t.tampliug .let* i::: ;i'I w v wrW y,'V.:.:' '
pass Todd at the time he was making nusch Bud Mluer,
a left turn.Mosley .a :e

was charged with failureto .... r ... BELLY BUSTER HOT DOGS 2/99*
have vehicle under control. Glen US v ..
Griffis, Melrose, a passenger in the .. ..
truck not .. ..
was injured.
.. ..
.. ..
Right Signal, Left Turn .. .. You can purchase an
Leads to
.. _
Michael Gregory Driggers, 32, Rt. .. t -,- .... -A 8-pack of 16 oz. -
1, Raiford was heading north on .. .. '
CR-16 July 30, following a north .. t_ .. = returnable bottles
bound car driven by Rosa M. Gon- .... ___ ..
zales of Miami. As the two cars approached '.. ? .. of
Pepsi products
: ,
CR-225, Gonzales signaledfor
a right turn, then turned left. .. r t/ I a. P I
.. r. ;
Driggers, anticipating a right turn, .. : ..
was unable to adjust, and struck the US \ ..
rear of the Gonzales car. .... .... for 99 plus deposit & sales tax
Neither Driggers nor Gonzaleswas .. ..
injured, but a passenger in the _a. "' :: Regular price *2.79
Gonzales Karen Gardner, 22, ..
car, ..
Gainesville, sustained possible In- .... .... 8 gallons
'" .. .. lien purchase |
juries, according to the report by .. .AJi. .. you
trooper James H. Horler. .... 'I. "" :.f.' .. ..
Driggers was charged with failureto oj''z:''' '"\ s z
use with due improper care. Gonzales signal. was charged :.:. : :) .. ; .f'yo .: or more of FINA Premium

.v N .
.:+ +
Car Misses Dog, :..: ., :{ :: Unleaded Gasoline
Hits Tree
.. U0
Saturday Morning, August 2,,, .,. .. I
Wilbert Delon Sewell, 22, who lives .,_..:.:: ., /, :; ::
I :
Pine Street Starke, driving :
on was ,
east on SR-16E, when a dog ran onto :: THIS WEEKS MODEL: ::
the road. Sewell dodged the dog, lost 1..1,. ..

tree.control He of was the not 1974 injured.Mercury,and hit a ':::1" ..' Mitchel Starling U.:: r tf-t rPurchase 1I MI-l1

Trooper William D. Langston '' .. ,rt I ..
charged Sewell with careless Driv :: .Mitch Is ready for school with pants made by Bugle Boy, Price: :: Any II Purchase Any I
:: $19.99. He has two shirts with the outer being pink and made by Bon US
ing.Ellerbe :: Homme Price: $17.99. The Inner shirt Is white and made by LeTigre ? Sub or Sandwich II Sub or Sandwichat

Curve ':: Price: $14.99. The sports coat is by Bordeux Pacific. Price: $2499 :: at regular price, regular price, I
Get Another Car .. The shoes are canvas and are$5.99 x"V .;

Jack Brannen, 67, Rt. 1, Lake :: So,whatever style you want for school,make the S v :: Get Second One FREE II Get Second One FREE I
'' .. .
:: Alght Turn"with us. agmrwn
Butler, was southbound on SR 121 .. '
late Monday Evening, approaching INQ .urEBY VE FIN FINA fTERAVEI rIN
Ellerbe curve, also known as DeadMan's :! Right Turn Mens Wear :i V FOOD MART.V II V FOOD MART ? \,/ I

Brannen Curve.got through the S-curve, a. 452 N. Temple Avenue. MFM'e :: Good thru Aug. 13, 1986 II Good thru Aug. 13, 1986 I

but spun out when he attempted to ..5 Starke 964-6795 "E"" :US: One Coupon per Trip One Coupon per trip
and overturned his
1983 straighten Ford. Brannen up was not injured, o..aaaasae..a.a.aa.a.aaa..a.a.aaaaaa.\ r4aiaaaa per Customer II per Customer I
705 N. Temple (US 301 & SR 16)) 705 N. Temple (US 301 S SR 16))
834 W. Madison (SR 100)) .IJ 834 W Madison (SR 100)) J

Jones Funeral Home - - ulm -'-- ,-

Complete Hospital Equipment


For Rent or Sale

24-Hour ServiceMonuments tt! .

964-6200 473-3176 FINA FfNA

Starke Keystone Hgts.

Jones Convalescent Service

(Medical Transportation)

,. 79C; 99:


& Cindy Futch


.,. ,. .
- -- ---, --.. --- -. -- -- - -'-
-. .. .. .. -

'''' -. ..e_.
? ;)
i1 V '


B SECTION August!,Isle

1 Special. SFCC Registration Set Tonight in Starke: .

-" -
A special evening registration is at me btarke Center of Santa Fe One of the highlights of the Fall literature, New Testament Santa Fe Community College this those who take the ACT Test to fill
scheduled tonight (Thursday, Aug. Community College.The semester is a class in acting to be anatomy and physiology, medical fall should take the ACT Test to be out an application to SFCC prior to
7) from 6-8 p.m.and a health-related Fall Term which features 38 taught by popular Dr. April O'Con- terminology, computer concepts, administered Monday ,Aug. 11, at taking the test if they have not yet
counselor will be available all day different day and night sections in nell who hopes to use the theatre BASIC computer programming, the new Starke teen admitted to the college.ThereIs
Friday, August as registration Starke begins August 26 and ends class to develop a cadre of actors fora assembler programming, and com- no charge for the test.
continues for the Fall 1986 semester December 18. Children's Theatre to be developed puter software applications.For The tent,which lasts approximately Results of the ACT will be used to
in Starke.In addliton to basic clases more information, phone four hours will begin promptly at determine placement in SFCC
_. .... ..... in math, English_ science, history, 964-5382. !8:30: a.m., It will be necessary for English.._- and math courses.. .
social sciences and humanatiies. a
1 ., Be Wise. wide variety of other courses is being Act Test Offered
offered At Starke Center
including accounty,
a, ;Z: ShopPRICr.WISE speech, major religions American Any student who plans to attend. BIRTH CONTROLTHE S3 Tubal)Ugatlon.
) I 55, The Pin '
CHOICE IS YOURSFor 56 Intrauterine Devices
57 The Rhythm Method
BILL'S CB RADIO & ELECTRONICS confidential Information on 68 Diaphragm Foam and '
mis subject,can Tel-Mod at M440M Condom
Crown Relska 101-B Edwards Rd. Starke or 37IMX>07 and ask to listen to any
Ancient Get Ready For Hunting Season With These Specials of these free tapes: Tel-Med Is a free service provided
Royal Vodka by the Auxiliary of Bradford Hospital
Age Super Star 120 Cobra 29 XLT 1 Vasectomy Inc.
1.75 750 1.75 3149.95 S129.95Cobra -
I ..., n -- -- ,
25 XLT Cobra 18 Plus r i
8119.95r $99.95HURRYI & *> .
.. &
.. l
964-6897 -p\. \ eO
HURRYI .. '!
1199 SI
'-' -. g

Tla We are doing I BulldozingFill

Kentucky ; Marla what do best. Dirt
Tavern Canadian we ..

Club 750a ...auto, homeowners, I' Leveling

LTR 750 1150 and farm insuranceWe

have redirected our attention to the areas of service we do 1oa Robert Worrell: Owner. .
689 889 best auto, homeowners, and farm insurance. There was a time (i Qjto" '
when no one could touch us for service or rates. We're proud to an- G Thundayt ._.. .\. .
nounce those times are back. Before you renew your coverage in a .
these areas,how about giving DAVID us a BEATTY call for a quote. llJg: Y

301 Liquors & Lounge Auto, Home AGENCY. ,..Farm MANAGER, Life& Health
OPEN: 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy 301
i 325 S.E. 6th Street
2270 N. Temple Avenue
Lake Butler, Fl 32054 /; Starke, Fl 32091 121 Worthington Springs
Mon.-Thurs. 9:00 til 12.00 MidnightFri.
: am ;
((904)) 496-2171 ((904)) 964-6369 496-2390
& Sat. 9.00; am til 2:00: am : _. .
--- -
A .
Sunday 1:00: pm til 11:00: pm f .' --,-----",,-- -_. -'-..- ... .. ,...-...
HAPPY HOUR 5:00: p.m. to 7:00: p.m.

... 90 WELL DRINKS to. .




Wine Mixers Ther"cOf, p. .. it. -

SAWYER.SII'I'li LivingThecbodLife

JustmeDy.. ; .


00 p y \



.. 9' 1 r ,tr .... ,......, L c. !'
jIII>>Il1tftiiw.. >. \ .'

New Car Loans New Boat Loans t None Equity Loans

4,000 to 34,000 BTU's \ ; % ?
10.90/0 11.90/0 f ai9
Priced from $148 : I' ,
Simple Interest Simple Interest .Simple Interest i,

CARRIER iyje08ni.,*.? i 1,080 60 months 60 months 10 years -
WHffllrWWW M0.$1 HE.12,0903TU..S3FM8HHCH< ( -- 11.07%APR 12.07% APR ,-.12..19%APR

,, ,.
,LY1.., ,1 1.'.1. 1U IIIII11q,$4 aIFWMW

t,, .-BTL....r.$2Be wIf4ftLPOeL2U o 6W. I.

If you thought living the good life was beyond low monthly payments that won't change. And '

your means, think again. At Florida Federal,we've we've made applying for them easier. In most cases, .. .."'...
just lowered our new car; new boat, and home 'you can get credit approval the same day. .
equity loans to their most affordable level in years. With all we have to offer there's no reason you
$39 We also offer long term financing on these fixed can't buy that new cat;boat or other worthwhile ','
per rate loans(up to 60 months on new cars;up to purchase you've always wanted. Sacall or drop by :'
month 84 months on new boats;up to 10 years on home Florida Federal today. Because at these rates, you can

MOBILE HOMECENTRAL equity), so you'll have the added convenience of afford to live the good life. ',

A top notch unit especially .'

A!R about designed our for no mobile money homes.down,Ask FloridaFederal : :

: ., ,: :
"" :c., :. ',:'
Saue S e 4V 7Ut Sam

Downtown Gainesville .O ln .vlll /Th.Oik Starke 'Ooal '
220 N.Main Street 6707 Nowtorry Road 309 W.Madison Strwt 3033 S.w.College Rd.
377-33441 375-2700 M4-SOOO 237-7204
allne.vlll./Unlver.lty Keystone H lghU' uk.Butter
3601 W University Ave. Lawrenc.Blvd:a 175 W.Main Street.
373-8462. Sylvan Way <49 .-3e1<4
332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7/01 a
Rates available only at the branches lifted above.


.. ... ..... .. .. ,., ... .
".." -- '-.c- - Y- ----w --M -'-- -- --- -

.- .-. ------ -.. .--. --. .-- .

'" '''' ''' .
'' '' p "" ,,0 > ." ", .' .
, ". ., -. ". . ..".... ''' '' ''. ,.. .. ... """ ", '" .." .. ., ,' ",, ,. ,. "f,

; I

Home Entertain.ment Concepts

Bradford Square Shopping Center Starke 964-6946


: ?, i" No Membership I Required I

: ,

ct I, I..'I
!' '. .
95 'r
: 3 for $500

Movies .kl,'

Monday Thursday Friday & Saturday

t_ Take a Sony to the Beach

with You !

$74 99

$1"900 '. .
SONY CFS-230 '", .
at q. .I Rugged,water-resistant design,Ideal for all outdoor AM/FM stereo tuner .
activities LL ""- =; .. Stereo cassette recording __I .,.......
FM stereo lunar Automatic shutoff al end of tape
Reliable one chip Integrated Circuit(IC) Built-in elactret/ condenser microphone .
LED stereo/battery Indicator Dual speakers lor nch sound ---.c. :.
Water-reaslant MDR headphones '
... Highly visible bright yellow color wv
Carrying case supplied

:::' I _
: ,
World's Smallest Sony _
I : :
e: I Compact DISC Watchman '

SONY ICF-S76W and t FM Stereo _
WATERRESISTANTWaterresistant w/QuarlClock !
ii/// -
design-perfect lor use in bathroom SOUND SYSTEM liquidSHOWERRA010 Crystal Alarm
I. and shower 2" Flat Display / uiwt/ar
AM/FM timer FD3A $
Large speaker for excellent sound 695
Wall mounting bracket supplied /'- jjuf
I $199 / D-T DElUXE
$. 99. : g7ltti, 'I! ITJ Home use with supplied AC Adaptor
t, 7,7.. ..!! "'",.. ,', :.jo il/ / : 3 1 Portable use with optional battery pack/case
.t / Music Automatic SearchFeathertouch Music Sensor(AMS)
LCD Display ol'track'number and time informationMovies

50.FR 1 00 FREE

; ;\ During: our Handycam"demonstration :

to view"this Movies to view ,

week with purchase this week with purchase not only can you see the

of any VCR in stock. of any TV in stock

future, you can hold it.

R Symphonic VCR
Fisher i
V9"1" c p Jome in for a free demonstration of the )ust2.2Ibs Its size.one neat handful. Its sun
'r Model 5000 ony Hand/cam''and see with your own phcity you'll know how to use it in 5 minutes
Remote Control, 3 I Wireless remote 14 day Programable timer, ands just how easy the future of movies is If you can raise your hand, you can raise your
going to be. Starting right now. In fact every sights to the smallest lightest,easiest video
l'UDUlr. & clock, 12 channel thing about the Handycam is easy Its weight camera in the world.
$34' ; present, 10 channel $309 ';" SONY
This Week Only r fl', cable ready

BestPriceofVHSBlankTapes / /7' T ,

J Y hr' this area I ( / lII '


Panaso'Wic. Gibraltor.

VHS T-120" T-120 VHS v rpl

6 Hour Tapes $ ''IJ 99 6 Hour Tapes $425
10 For *"5. 6t


Reo.'525 PanasonicVHS

r $439 Color Video CameraAuto
Focus Recorder
IJI .-, I I't, KV1072Rir TRINITRON Recorder, Playback View, Video 8, Compact One Piece,
/ ::4 Tonltrononegun/oneleneplclurelubewllh Fade I In/Out Feature Auto Focus w/6x" Power Zoom,

.., 17 I display exckivApedure3nI4andtua, ,square-cornered Record Review, Auto & Carrying case, AM-FM Recorder .
Mirrorblack screen forhigher oonlrast.Pantoeus
gun Stereo lor broadcast Improved tharpntss compatible, at circuitry corners with MPX Manual I Focus, Audio Dubbing, for Super Hi Fi Sound,

broadcast OUIPulconneclorforanophonaISony.ereo decoder 3 Way Power Supply Direct Playback on any TV
Cable-Compatible' Express Tuning with' qusru-
locked accuracy
eeu Simple nFnxe up/down channelcontrolspreserv.clean Reg. *1545 Reg. '1485
-penel HIT("Home Interlace Terminal)
Sle.plimit 10-key Express turns Commander TV olt eulometically vemdeeontrdbr. hour $ 1 3 4 9 $1399p.
sound channel adjustment selection picture, tuning' and stereo .
Handsome Dark Branlian Rosewood styling


+. J J'' .t

Page 10 B SUCTION; August 7,1986ftarkeArea

51 JM

I Want Ads .



negotiable.. Call 9644151. 7/31 :2tehg: .----.. LINK FENCEi Installed, Free SHIP JOBSI! Great Income pJ
8/7 OWN YOUR OWN lean-sportsw.ar, estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co tial. All occupations. For Info call: ((312): ) trwille.gar:
19(4 BRONCO XIT. Loaded, excellent ladies apparel childrens/maternlty. Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559, tfn 742-8620:: ext. 362.7/31 4tpd 8/21 .
condition AM/FM cassette, CB, powermirror GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows
large sizes petite, dancewear, accessories ASSISTANTS
AC hood lock, chrome wheels etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY,! a
or bridal shop. Jordache needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. REALTY
1200.15I1r.s. FIRM. 964 6805. 964.6078, Orders also token In Lake
Chic Lee, Levi Izod Gltano Guess, Call Susan Cook, 9646220. 12/5TF
8/7 8/14 Butler, 496.3079 and ,
2tpd Keystone Heights
Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, Evan SALES POSITION) Must have sales ex
1980 FORD 4734973. :2/26: : IfnWANT
COURIER pickup new Picone, Liz Claiborne, Members Only, perience. Call 9645606. Olins Mobile
engine, speed, AM/FM stereo Gasoline, Heolthtex, over 1000 others. TO DRINK'THAT'S Homes TFGOVERNMENT PHONE 964-7776
$2500. 9645928. 8/7 Itpd $14.300 to $25,900 Inventory, training, YOUR BUSINESS JOBS $16,040 to
l 1981 DODGE ARIES, AC 4.spe.d. WANT TO STOP'THAT'S 205 N. Temole, Storke
fixtures, grand openings etc., can 59230yr. Now hiring. Call
AM/FM CB radio $2295. 964.4884 or open 15 days. Mr., loughlln ((612)) OURS 805-637-6000, Ext. R-5504 for current
9647818. 8/7 1 tpd 8884228. I Itpd 8/7 Alcoholics Anonymou.964.4150.964.6B94.964.6219* f..d..rallisl. 6/26: 8tpd 8/8 CECILlA TERWILIEGAR

1964 FALCON restored, 3sp. man. LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING northAmerlcan EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON honest,
trans., original miles, good sound Van Lines needs SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All'males" clean cut A MUST! References required .

transportation. $600 nego. Call owner/operators I If you need training cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used ; possible $25,000 first year. Apply T I J J .SPECIAL. T I I
782-3953 after 6 p.m. 8/7 Itpd we will train you. You will operate sewing machines for sale James D & S Motors 207 N. Temple No OWNER GOING TO SEMINARY-Forsythe Rd. over 15 acres
corner Morgan Rd. and
own tractor. If don't have Hwy phone calls. 4/3 TF
your you
------------ one, northAmerican offers a tractor 16, Starko 9648733. 12/5TF REAL ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 weeks fenced; &. cross-fenced good timber frame home approx.
MOTORCYCLESHONDA purchase program that can put you In a HANDYMAN carpentry, painting elec. Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate College. 52000. Also shed 20' x 20' pole born wired for 220 & 110.2

.----------- now tractor for $2500 down. If you are trical, complete home repair. 7/3TFN livestock pens with running water Also an additional 13.54
21 and think Reasonable rates Licensed contractor. AIRLINE JOBS $17.800
or over you may qualify to $68,500/year,
3SOX. three wheeler, brand we'd like to send you a complete Information Call Mitch 4733940. 1/9TF Now hiring. Call JOB LINE acres for approx. $24,373. Zoned agriculture.
new. 4732214. 8/7 tndchg TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call
package. Call any weekday. 1518459.3535 Ext. A3377 for Info. 24
TOLL FREE 1 ((800)) 3482191. Ask for 964-6766 Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. Hrs. 7/24 3tpd 8/7 MOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace-3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, CH/A,
97. Icon 86-234 We will tell you how to avoid that lob CONSTRUCTION, DRIVERS MECHANICS
------------ Dept. ,
15 1/2 ft. wIce maker
and Hotpoint p/W. stove, cu. refrig. ,
Increase the value
hame.LAWN ,
HOMES OWN YOUR OWN $10.99 ONE PRICE your welders, electricians, machinists,
DESIGNER SHOE STORE. A retail price SERVICE! reasonable rates Most carpenters, needed Immediately. Also washer/dryer, four ceiling fans, drapes, blinds, tinted win
FpJtSALE unbelievable for quality shoes normally lawns $15. Phone 964-4233. 5/8 TF airline lobs. Will train some positions. dows freshly painted inside & out, patio, 10 x 10 utility bldg.,
-- --- priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD WOULD LIKE to (Up to $6000/month). Transcontinental nice chandalier In Dining Room

THREE BEDROOM 2 Ba.. with central air brand names 250 styles. $14,300 to 964.4526 take piano between lessons 2 call& 5 Lori Each at Job Search ((308)) 382.3700 Fee fan .A JOY TO LIVE IN: Large, attractive home In city with little
$25,900 fixtures pm pm. 86.233
and 9646201.heat 7/17 Approx.4lpd 8/7 2,000 sq. ft. Call grand opening.Inventory Can combine training with over lesson Is only $5. 7/3 tfnchg EXPERIENCED HAIR DRESSER WANTED yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sw. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

TWO BEDROOM furnished house on corner 1,000 brands of apparel accessory, ROBERTS LAWN MOWING Reasonable. good working cond., private room.Call spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room utility room,
lot, newly renovated. $26,000. dancewear/aerobic, childrens shop. Free estimates, Call 964.4600 After Glenda 9644151. 8/7 ltchgR.N.'S skylights 2 utility bldas., privacy fence. Reduced to $44,000.
small down and will Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan ((305)) 4.00-Small Yard. $10.00. 8/7 2tpd 8/14 t LPN'S needed at WhisperingPines
finance. Ph 9645970.payment 6/26 owner TFNchg 6954638. 8/7 IlpdBARRESTAURANT EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN) Residential, Care Center. Call 964-6220 aSK THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house,

THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME, CHI A, 2 with 5 rental houses complete house wiring, room additionsand for Elaine or Susan. 8/7 2tchg 8/14 I dock and covered dock patio, clear water for swimming and
Ba LR/DR fireplace breakfast room, and opts. on canal to Withlacoochee: house rewiring. Mobile home service PRIDE OF FLORIDA Is now accepting applications fishing. Budget priced at $33,000. Owner financing. .
game room. 560 Glendale St., River. Room for R.V's,, $160,000 A/C circuits and ceiling fan hook. for the position of BARGAIN OF IHt VEAR-BROOKEK-fcxtra nice -one blk from
964.5468.3/13 TF $30,000 down or trade, make offer ups. Phone 964 8450. 8/7 Itpd maintenance supervisor for Its meat
LOG HOMES. Be on informed buyer. owner ((904)) 726.9912 (Icon 86.230 BABYSITTING In my home, family at. packing plant located in Raiford, Fla. school-1500 sq. ft. of excel liv. space-only 8 yrs.

Order the Log Home Journal FREE from SEA SHELL BUSINESS over 4000 shells ._rnp.sphere1.964.4799.: ? :..!8/7 Itpd__ Prospective applicants must apply In old-CH&A-$43,000 VA assum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9Vi % Also
American Lincoln, Homes. Two volume (horse conks) welks, helmets (Murex) FOR RENT person at the plant. Located on River 14'x24'work shop-56'x12' patio-large oak trees-garbage
Plans rollers & mist, sell all or port even- Rd. & Sit 16. Those applying! should beknowledgeable
Home Guide 995. (US) ._ .
---------- disposal-five ceiling fansyou can get Into this home for ap-
In ,
NC 8006828127. fcon !7j)2.3354.8Mpd)
800-334-5166. ( ) _jngj!: ____
86-227 THREE BEDROOM one bath, furnished refrigeration, plumbing and con- prox. $6,0001!
FOR SALE OR TRADE, Beautiful 4 Br, :2Bo: BOATS house. Central heat and air. South of struciton. Applications will be accepted AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt

:2-car: garage with pool In NW .RANGER---155.A-, .15ft w/50_HP Mercury deposit.Lake Butler Land for also$300 available.a month plus Call 8/8/86.between 8/7 Itchg 8 am & 5 pm through 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & screened in patio.

Gainesville. Many extras save created live wells, Silver BRAND NEW BRICK HOME-3 BR 1 1/2 BA $42,000.
thousands. Owner ss prop, Bilge 1.262.1791 or 13721953. 7/24 6tpd EXPERIENCED roofing and sheet metalworkers garage
financing possible
owner needs property or land in Lake Trol trolling motor Super Sixty II depth In Jacksonville phone .HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick colonial home
finder custom drive-on trailer. $3500. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 358-2333 8 5 After 5,
am pm phone
Rd.-4 2 2700 ft10.09
Butler, Storke, Macclenny area. off Geiger bedrooms baths-approx. sq.
431.1496 after 5 pm or days 431.1212 2593757. Ask for Derrell. 8/7 2tpd
371.11:18.7124:: 4tpd 8/14 RENT/LEASE
ext. 210. 8/7 2tpd 8/14 8/14 acres-many amenities.
1984 MASTER CRAFT SKI BOAT, power LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER In nice country THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome
YOUR LOT, 1200 ft.. 3 Br, 2
Ba $5.500. approx.533.2116.8/7 sq.2tchg 8/14 slot, loaded. Gray S blue, excellent NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call S Thompson home neor Waldo w/all modern appliances brick & cedar home on 37'/a acres, 4 BR 2Va bath, plus a nice
319 ST. CLAIR ST., 3 Br, 1 Ba fully cond., garage kept. 4732214. 8/7 Streets: :2:I story masonry building. ; for cold-30's self-employed barn efficient 133000.
------------ energy ,
mole. All plus for houseworkand
W. 356.6849.4/iOTF expenses
assumable 1st mtg. at 83/4% $33.500. lAND FOR SALE 3 Clyde RETAIL STORES Simpson for lease Highway 301 or someone willing to pose for OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY I Twelve acres with
Call 964.4718 after 6 p.m. 8/7 :2tpd: 8/14
BROOKLYN LAKE COTTAGE: newly ACRE--LOTSi--Pleasant---Grove--Settlement-- South 473.3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF pencil drawings-will consider the latter home approx. 2900 sq. ft., 4 Br, 2 ba, barn, workshop, pole

remodeled with deck. On wooded lot. 3500. $350 dn. $70 per mo. Call as anytime/eves part-time best lob.8/7 Call 2tpd 468.1173 8/14 barn ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced, $85,000.

Call after 7 p.m. 4737854. 7/31 3tchg 9645606. 1/03 if nONE LOSTFOUNDLOST OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service .WALK TO EVERYTHINGI I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, !1'12 bath, large

FOR 8/14 SALE BY OWNER: Lakewood Est, ACRE LOTS on Meng Dairy Road: ) small black & tan male, part military personnel in the Naval Air lot, $45,000. You'll love to call this home.

Crosby Lake, 4 Br 2 Ba many extras Call$3,000 9645606.no down 1/03 payment tfn $70 per mo. beagle, dew claws on all 4 feet, tail Reserve Program in Jacksonville FL. "36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner
Excellent/ buy. 964.4092 days curls across back growth in right eye Ground and flight crew positions will Florida
or LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964-5764; after available in patrol transport halo and finance $82,322. A smart investment.
15 Ibs. Reward Call 964-4307
964.4106 eves 8/7 ItpdS 5, call 9645251. 3/07 Ifn collect.weighs 8/7ltod attack squadron. Call toll free INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially subdivided
1/2 ACRES FENCED, HWY 121:: South of
3 ACRES 230-East of Storke. $500
facing 1800521.1316 for more Information highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 acre.
Macclenny. 4 yr. old :2: Br frame house down plus closing, costs. $175 per
per MOBiLE HOMES 7/3 13tpd 9/25:
pole barn :28: pecan trees pond and month. 964.5606 7/3 tin TYPISTS $500 weekly at home! Write: Hardwood trees. Developer's dream!
other out bldgs. 69000. Call 2594650. 13 1/2 ACRES 2 wells/septics. 3 miles FOR SALE P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. 10 PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH: Corner Washington,
8/7 I tpd east of Stark. Terms available, will .---------
81chg 8,28ADMITTINGDATA South of SR 16, 262.5'on Hwy. 301 105'on Washington St.
BRICK HOME. 3Br 1 Ba, on 3.64 acres divide. 964-8813. 7/31 2tpd 8/7
CH/A, fully carpeted, pecan trees, .------------ 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on PROCESSING CLERK: PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven

priced to sell. 9648970. 8/7 tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE one 904-964-5606 or all. Olin's tfnchg Mobile Home Sales healthcare challenging field full-time Is available position at In Bradford the- thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 150' on Hwy

.------------- OUT OF AREA 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 Hospital, Starke, FL. Applicantmust 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,0001

-------.---- Bedroom, and more Take overp"ym.nt. have the ability to function under ...PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
.. Call 782-3358 after 6 tress and work well with the public. SIX ACRES-Great Rd.
p.m. Buy-Primitive Baptist Church $12,000.
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 182 ACRES-90 I Ejcperiencje ls preferred Ip admitting .
3/20: TF '
1ST & 2ND MORTGAGE MONEY. $ For cultivation peanut allotment./ Annual 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this and/or data processing but will train CRAHAM-2 BR, 1 BA Frame home-reduced $16,500.
any purpose credit no problem. Fast rental income approximately 5000. price. FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES qualified applicant. Excellent benefits BROOKER Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 10020000.
ask for Tim Paxton Balance woodland. Creek river fron include shift dilf. Interested applicants "HI & DRY14.05 Ac. 2
personal service Green Cove Springs. Call 284.5000 collect wells, septic tank $35,000.
HUNTING! Bradford M-F, 1-4
Tenant house. apply Hospital
tage. p.m.
Mtg. Co. 3063 Hartley Rd. Jacksonville call 1.471.0611 after 6 7/3
Brokers. 7/24 77350. United Farm Agency P. O. pm. ((904)) 9646000. Ext. 354. EOE. 7/31 ALTO-Ten acres-$15,000.
904)) 268-4109 Lie. Mtg. pd 7/31 tfnchg
Box 755 Alabama 36081. ((205)) 8/7 LAURA CHURCH RD.-Four
Stpd 8'21 Troy 1980 DOUBLEWIDE 3 Br., 2 Ba., unfurnished plus acres $10,000.
566-1870 or ((205)) 735.2442fcon 8628Accelerated on 110 x 175 chain link fenced TWO HAIR STYLISTS NEEDED. Following WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.
not Must be excellent cutters

we-r mgr r .ter tr r----. r r rsr lot. $25,000 firm. 964 6910. 7/17 4tpd necessary.& stylists. 964-HAIRBENDERS( ). PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.

-f fI 1972 MANATEE DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER, 7,31 TFNchg SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells 3 septic tanks.
Realty Inc. : 782-3724.7/31::24X40 2 BR, 2 4tpd BA,8121 Call after 5 p.m. FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000

1985 BRIGADERE MH, 3 Br, 2 Ba, CH/A 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.

Phone 964-4544 4961383. 8, 2tpd 8/14 "THE TIME IS RIGHT" "2 ACRES with 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA frame home, Lawtey. $33,000.
: I ASSUME LOANS: 14 x 70 3 Br, 2 Ba, $149
with 2 1/2 acres to 50 acres.
per month: 24 x 45 3 Br, 2 Ba, $168 per Watson Realty Corp. has a few
S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida
POULTRY FARM 5 with four
month: 24 x 52 3 Br, 2 Ba, $201 per vacancies for qualified Sales on acres barns.
Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront I month; 24 x 70 4 Br, $231 per month. Associates. If you are, or have con.sldered 193' ON 301 SOUTH 85000.

t Farms Commercial Free delivery 8 set-up no cash neededon a career In Real Estate, we "135' ON 301 SOUTH two acres Near KOA.

| No Charge to List Your Property for Sale D3.tl II select 8/7 models. Call 26 -5000 need to talk. Please call for a confidential .2 BUILDINGS ON CALL ST.-Both for $40,200.

Call and discuss it with us. ".iiunI < anytime. Itchg interview to determine If "3 LOTS
ALL GUERDONS cost plus set-up with each 50' x 100' all for 7000.
COUNTRY HOME ON ONE ACRE Room for swimming pool brick, 5 BR.. 2 BAT, I approved credit, at Flying Z Mobile you Team.can 473.7653 be a part or of 4752272.the "Winning CROSBY LAKE LOT 100'x 385' $17,000.
2-car garage, close to the city, $77,900. Homes 11060 Phillips HWY. Jacksonville
I COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST. Brick home on 2 acres, 3 BR., 2 BA., Central heat 262-5000. 8/7 Itchg WA'fSl After Hours
and air ceiling, fans, brick utility bldg 2 acres, 57900. BY OWNER with additions, out bldg. SR Really carp REALTORSTim's Pauline Randolph 964.6323

LET'S GO LIVE WHERE IT'S PEACEFUL Spacious home, 3 BR.. 2 BA., great room 16 E. 964.8592 after 6 pm. 8/7 2 tchg --.- .- -. Randy Cory, 475.2597
| with fireplace, patio, storage building 74900., 8/14
LIKE TO GROW A GARDEN 5 acres with brick home, 3 BR.? 2 BA.. eat-In kitchen Anne TerwHtagar Nelson 473.7541

I with large snack bar, family room with fireplace $58 000. I i io .
EASY LIVING One-Unit duplex, 2 BR 1 BA. $27,900. r Custom Cabinets .
NEED TO SEE TO APPRECIATE Mobile home 3 BR 2 BA, Central heat and air
I enclosed in brick well 8 septic tank, $56,900.SEE Now Construction Remodeling .;;.,; r BULLDOZER WORK WANTED

IT NOW- Mobile Home great value, neat and clean, 2BR, 2BA, porch tool shIed Cabinets *Tile! Calling :

on 2 lots, Brooker 25000. I Free Estimates ":t;. Call ((904)) 964.5606
MAN SPECIAL Frame Home. 2 BR, 1 BA, in the city, 15000. IIii' .
rail: Tim Thompson
| 251 FEET ON 301-frame home. 4 BR., I BA., well & septic tank, 34900. rf Between 8 acme to 6
Shop 964.6238 Eves p.m. .
WATER FRONT LOTS Sampson Lake & River Start at $8,000 owner financing. I V- 964.4380 -- ,

COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES Lot for sale. ---.
[ LAND FOR SALE 2 parcels, 4.55 acres and 2.16 acres near Graham.
KIDS HAVE A WHEEL RV? Buy this 10 acres in S. Clay County has plenty of I

room to ride only 17000. I m FIND:53U In *A
A RARE acres one
| COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-Building with Approx. 1 5,000 sq. ft. floor space, corner a
of Madison & Thompson, 74900. I parcel with many possibilities. world of enjoyment In this 4 BR,

I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 301 South 146 ft. frontage. I Over 3,000 ft. highway frontage 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Liv. rm., Din. Rm.,

| WE HAVE IT AT THE RIGHT PRICE-131 Acre farm for sale. Approx. 3,900 ft. adjoining sewing rm and more within

I HOUSE FOR RENT 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths. Starke Golf & Country Club. 2400 sq. ft. Priced at $73,000.
1 OFFICE FOR RENT-486 Temple Ave., Suite C, 925 Sq. ft. I 964 4522 '
Timber va'ued at over 200000.
I LOOKING FOR LOTS OF is ltd! 3 Br., 2 Ba., close to
EVENINGS: South 301. Plaza.
| SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3 everything. 27000.
...... .964-6593 Novls Ward..964.7454 PAMJICKSONRes LARGE
Douglas I HOME-In
Wayne Open Mon. thru Frl, I bedrooms, 3 baths and too many city on ap
John Greene.............533-2121 Bill Dodd................964-7408 ':30 a.m to 5:30 p.m. 964-733 J I features to describe on 3 3/4 prox 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2Ba,

l Irving Clark.964-7188 Cindy Kurimoy. ........964-7408 I Sat. t a.m. to 4 p.m. I acres. CH&A, 1900 plus sq. ft. assum

I Evelyn Chastaln.. .9644319from 0 nHo".i 168.1905 mtg.

Bement.9646439FAULKNER Patsy lawson........ 964-6927 I Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business PRESTIGIOUS-- AREA-located *SUPER NICE. In town: 3 Br., 2

..::. r ills' BRtssrliE et'Mlf-i1T/t e r ate Irrre r r 1D:2UZDD Your Full Service Reol ht".<. Offiro in area of other lovely homes, Ba., executive quality home.
HOME BEAUTIFUL: on two *AW -.V FROM THE CROWDS.You this 3 BR, 2 Ba is on a corner lot Lots of living comfort features.

=DDDD:=sIR acres, 3 Br. 2 Ba., 1700 sq. ft., will love the privacy this home with many amenities. Super LAKE ACCESS-Extra nice MH,

CH/A, many amenities A offers. 4 Br., 3 Ba., 2,100 sq. ft. nice. CH/A with beautiful grounds.

REALTY INC. bargain. plus an extra large garage. MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to Keystone area.

CLOSE TO STARKE but country Many other outstanding Hampton Lake, 3 Br., 2 Ba. *ZONED COMMERCIAL- city,

atmosphere. Lovely 3 Br., 2 features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY CH&A. Plus a new 28'x40' CB 144'x52' w22'x46' bldg., Ideal

Located 301.1 Blk S. of St. Rd. 100 Ba, on 5 acres. Many outstanding QUIET NEIGHBORHOODS Br., storage bldg., and' a 10'x12' for laundromat or style center.
Hwy features. 1 Ba., CH&A, 708. W. Call St. greenhouse. On 1 acre All for *SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit rental

3 PARCELS OF COMMERCIAL ;- Lots r $60,000. complex full occupancy, firm
Acres & Building :
PROPERTY on S. 301. Close in OWNER MOVING-Must sell. cash down payment required.
964-5069 NICE BRICK HOME and good 1 5- 10 era 70 acre.parce I s. beautiful .3 Br, 2 Ba CORNER SR 18 & 301 14.87

[B neighborhood. 3 Br., 1 1/2 Ba., _Many to cnoose from homeFeaturing Formal LR, DR, acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19

w/carport. $32,300. Some owner financed. j Fam rm. w/fireplace, large kit.mi.. to Gville.

Watch For Our BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE on, Let Us Help You -In City $58,000. OWNER FINANCING Br., 2

Grand Opening : REALTOR 10 acres. 3 Br., 2 Ba. Let us show *AFFORDABLE city, 3 Br, 1 Ba., doublewideon 1 acre. Now

you this one. You'll LOVF it. for ease T Ba, fenced cor lot. $34,500. only $24,900. '

: Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CR8 *MINI-FARM Between Starke l 2BR Apartment- _
and Lake Butler. 4 Br., 2 Ba., US 301 South
1 REALTOR I On Our Other Properties
We Invite Inquiries
CH&A on 8 acres Extras-large Office
: : Space or
a 1 achy Thinking of Buying or Selling? Callus! jJ'
CB building and large pole barn. JJ Warehouse_Spac__,__'_.. _0'_ .. ___ __u_ _


A 0 _ ra.aa or _
3 .. rev _.... ,. .... .. ..

: -- : ,

f r -v:


August 7,1988 B SECTION Page II I

II' 1 .
-- --

Escaped Michael UnionBounty
;]... .;. ;, ,.'

Will take care of children In my home. Zenith 3S" Console Color TV In beautiful
Registered In child care with HRS. Call walnut cabinet, was $749.99. Now
DeSue "A-'d 4962282. Itchg. 8/7 need someone to take over paymentsof
is in
captured Flagler sCOMMERCIAL $23.18 per month or pay small
FOR SALE AND RENTTwo balance of $328.60. Call 496.2282.7/24
PROPERTY 4tchg. 8/14

Michael DeSue, 22, who escaped City Police Officer W.R. Russell Aderholt'was a companying DeSue RENT/LEASE bedroom mobile home and two HELP WANTED
from custody last Thursday was reported that he was driving east on in the second story hallway of the bedroom house for rent. Also 1.5 acres
captured Sunday, Aug. 2, at Flagler SR-16, when he saw a car, matchingthe courthouse, when DeSue "took off OFFICI land for sale. Own.r financed. Call
Beach near the Flagler Beach State description of the vehicle stolenin running." Although handcuffed, AND WARIHOUSI SPACI Hale and Associates Real Estate, Part-tlm. receptlonlit/legal secretary
Park. Indiana, parked on the street, DeSue outdistanced Aderholt down located In Union County Times 496.3939 or 462.3068.7/31 2tchg. 8/7 needed Apply at Jones and Hardy. IIS
DeSue was noticed loitering{ near with the engine running. Standing the stairs and out the door. While 496-2261.building.tfn.Coll for Information. N.W. Ill Avenue, lake Butler, Fl.
Flagler Beach State Park, and look- beside the car on the passenger side. descending the stairs, Aderholt fell WORK WANTED 4963820. Hours 9 to 5 Wednesday and
ed suspicious, stated police officers. was a white female. Two black and broke an ankle. DeSue crossed HOMES Fridays. Good phone vole and appearance

DeSue gave a false name, but the males were across the street, talk US-301 near the Best Western Motor Housekeeping available. Tuesday and Earn $4.17 required Hr. We need tfn/chg.assistant 7/31 In
alias turned up in a computer checkas ing. Russell stated that he stopped Inn,and disappeared into the woods. Friday full or half day Home or office. evaluating and responding to dally
being one sometimes used by and asked the nearest male if his There were several reports of Government Homes from $1 (U repair)..., Call 4962940. Itpd. 8/7 work reports submitted by our agents
him. name was "DeSue", and the man DeSue having been sighted in the Delinquent tax property. Reposses throughout the state. No experience
replied "yes." Russell ordered Reno area, but each time he would sions. Call 1(805)687.6000( ) Ext. H-1136 BUSSINESSOPP.Interested necessary: Paid to complete training.
Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- DeSue to place his hands on the M gone before police arrived. It has far curr.nt r.po list. 7/31 8tpd. 9/18 Work at home. For Information sendselfaddressed
ment brought DeSue back to Starke patrol car, which he did. Russell not been determined how or when I stamped envelope 9
last Monday, and he remains in the frisked DeSue, and placed him DeSue left the area, and he has provided FREE PETS In making extra money? Sell 1/2 Inches long to: AWGA Dept E,
local Jail.Fugitive. under arrest. In the meantime officer little information, except for Stanley Home Product. In Union Bradford Box 49204 Atlanta, Ga. 30359. Itpd.
Spears had arrived in responseto one interesting bit: the handcuff Six Kittens, wormed d.fl.a.d. Fr.. to Cloy and surrounding areas. Set 8/7
From Justice... for assistance your own hours. Call ((904)496-2432) for Live.In housekeeper. Unencumbered
Russell's request were removed with a key, but whc good homes. Excellent pets. Itfree.
DeSue was arrested July 28 on when he had spotted the stolen vehi- owns the key remains a mystery." 8/7 appointment. No collect calls Itpd. salary free room and board. Call
charges of being a fugitive from cle. Russell requested Spears to arrest 496.3700.8/14 tfn/chg.
justice. The State of Indiana had ad- the female, Rhonda King,whichhe Remains In Jail... Hard working operators wanted.
MOBILE HOMESFor Several positions available as sewing
vised the Starke Police did.
Departmentto DeSue remains in the county Jail
machine We offer
be on the lookout for him,since his being held under the otiglna{ .Antique round tobl., antique bed benefits and operators. great Experience
mother, Marilyn DeSue, lives here. DeSue Escapes... fugitive warrant. He has not been washstand, cloth., tr.a.ur... Saturday sate three mobile homes, fair to helpful production but not type required pay.'. Apply
DeSue was wanted for grand theft Thursday, following his arrest on charged with escape, since Aderholthas August 99 A.M. to 3 P.M. Worthington good condition. 2.two bedroom and In person at Lake Butler Apparel
automobile. Indiana police advised Monday, DeSue was taken before not returned to work. Ordinarily Spring. SR-121 and SR-18, I-four bedroom 1 1/2 both. $2,400 650 S.E. 2nd Street Lake Butler.' Itchg
local law enforcement that DeSue Judge George Pierce for an extradi- when a person is arrested, he appears 8/7 toward Brook.r. Call 496-2IS4. Itchg. each while they last! Call 4962366. 8/7
had stolen a 1979 Datsun hatchback tion hearing, in which he was advis- before a magistrate within a 6119 chgltfn Full Time Maintenance Man. Must have
sedan in Terre Haute, and was accompanied ed of this right to either waive extradition matter of hours, but in this case, the Why. pay r.nt' Purchase a mobile homelike trim carpentry and some electrical ex
by a white female, Rhonda and be returned immediately prior warrant serves to keep DeSue INSURANCEMAINES rent.W. payments. Owner financed. perience. General maintenance from
945 N 3rd
Street. Sid's Mobile
King, 19. DeSue and King were to Indiana, or to fight the incarcera ted. 'lawn. work to pointing. Apply In person
apprehended Monday, July 28, on charge. DeSue declined to waive ex Deputy Don Denton said the question INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. Park. 7/24 tfn 8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through
SR-16 E, near Brownlee St. They tradition, and Pierce set bond at of returning DeSue to IncUanna Main Street Lake Butl.r, 4963978. Saturday Pines Mobile Home Park
were arrested and jailed without in- $50,000, the same amount set by the prior to his being tried for escape in 4/10 Complet. Insurance S.rvlc. 2tfr. NOTICE SR121 Lake Butler References required
17 then tfnCARSTRUCKS hard workers only. 6/5
cident. Indiana capias. Florida is to be decided by the
When the first appearance before respective state's atorneys. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
Chain lawn and
saw mower small
DeSue Arrested... Pierce was completed, Deputy. Dave to the Union County Times office engine mechanic. Only experienced
in and in advance
- -- writing paid
need apply. Call 496-2534, 8 a.m.-5
THf* f IS EU RoFLr 1970 Ford Torino station wagon Run. unless credit Is already establishedwith p.m. R S J Saw Shop Worthington Spr
b1f3 good. $700 or best offer. Call 496-3393 this office. ings. 7/17/tfn
i r1 after 9.30 P.M., Monday-Friday. Itpd. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
II FOR RENT CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER looking for a carrier In the Lake
".:' ... I THE TELEPHONE. Butler/Worthlngton Springs area. Excellent
_' ...04- Classified deadline Is TUESDAY opportunity for good monthly
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES NOON prior to Thursday publication. Income in return for port-time work.
Many weeds growing in America today arrived from Europe in toil used FOR RENTs Union CountyTlmes, 150 Minimum charge is 19 words for$3.90, Applicants must have reliable car & be
as ballast in ships coming to the new country for cargoes. Ballast dumpinghas P Main Str..t, Lake Butler. Phone then 15 cents for each word thereafter. able to post a refundable cash deposit.For .
496-2261 for Information tfn more info call Jim Baxley: 378.I 416
sowed weed seed from Europe all around the coasts of the U.S.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE REAL ESTATE or 373.0160 or 3754926. 8/7 Itchg.

locot.d In Union County Times Buildingat OUT OF AREA Hard working operators wanted.
ISO West Main. Call 496-2261, for
Several positions available as sewing
I Information tfn
mar. machine We offer
operators. greatbtnefits
I I Two mobile homes On. 10'xSO'. one12'x70' LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
MAKE REPAIRS Quiet country living Call PERTY? III I don't have 'it, I'll find It. Just and production but type pay. Experience
I helpful not required Apply
496.26007/24 tfn ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. -
We are In the business of sell I in person at Lake Butler Apparel
Printing I feel that It One bedroom and on. bath mobile 496.2126 or 4962903. eves. "YOUR 650 S.E. 2nd '
ing new carpet, but we Street Lake Butler ttchg
home. Retired couple preferred and UNION COUNTY REALTOR: tfn
Is only fair that we advise our .references. Call 4963130. Itpd. 9/7
That's out of this world. customers that carpet can be

plugged(repaired) by professional /. ",- .". .._. ,... . -... >, """ "<'.W" "' >_it: =" ",,:,, "
carpet Installers.If -PLAN TO BUILD Call about a lot.
you have a brand new carpet good location. \
BROCHURES PAMPHLETS and burn a hole In It, the only sensible FOR RENT-Office Bldg. 218 S. i
course of action Is to repair Walnut St.. Beautifully d.corat.d, 3
the carpet. So, It Is always a good shelv.s, coffee ar.a.I Magnolia
BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS safeguard to save scraps of I t.

carpets left over from carpet In Downtown Starke across from Post Office
stallatlon.Of .
; -

;. 4hrJ ." -, course, we have a tremendous REALTY
e .
.CO" hAYTrh'r''' n selection of carpets for you
. : 964-7700 Rooms for Rent
to see. If It's new carpet you need, 393 N. Temple Ave.
come In today and let us fill your
Vernle P. Odom Srok.r-GRI
Our Special order. Nightly Weekly Monthly

1,000 Business Cards -.S I AC-301 AC WITH So.WELL-owner 476' Road Frontage will hold Nightly *8 From 35 Weekly

Raised Letters, Black Ink Teal Tile -mtg.LOTS-Graham Area. ......
: -1 AC and larger. --.u
& Carpet HOUSE-913.500. ...---:-......,......:..:"..,.,..::;....,...........w.w/'"
i -AS IS
: $1R 95 LOTS-Dalewood S/D. High ft Dry.
131 N. Cherry St.

plus tax I Starke, Florida ----

964-7423 KANE CYCLE
Call 964-5764 Ask for Kim

?r Broker US 301 N 964-5805
i .Shop & Compare l 11I REALTOR OPEN Friday & Saturday 9-7

Ask For
I Special: Insurance for r

Mobil.Home Parks David L. Dodge, ,
All types of homeowners I Ma.t.rS.nlorApprol..r

policies for 964-4522 Member Nat.Ann.
i BRADFORD PRINTERS mobile hom. of M9tter Appraiser

Call for Quote STARKE.FL. __________________

110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764, Olin's Mobile South 301 Plaza Complete Property Appraisal Service I r

Farms .Home .Business Land

Home Sales ..... -----. .
---------------- I-- -

Elaine M. Olin Agent Open Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. a Parts Hepalrs

964-5606 I Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Discount Price for
Tires & Batteries
:. _ -0.
- - -
APTS. 3 Retail SpacesFor

Brand New Lease Hwy 301 South Sandi-Houses

,1.2, & 3 Bedroom Units 1,000,1,250 Hwy301S.ft 2,750 sq.ft. No Down Payment

Beginning As Low As Across From Th. New

$195 Wal-Mart Shopping Center Many Sizes and Styles

tar Call 964-8848 yr .JANE S.JJSHERYour ;

'I0","IYN' ,".' 782-3531 Untoi County......, I 9648848tfn
: tin
FHA 496.2126 or 496.2903

1/7 Itch S60 WAIl....S. ....1..1__ Evenings

964-4073 473-3627 .J

)I R.T. LOVORN REALTY TREE SERVICE IDEAl LOCATION, 15 min to C'vllle, L. City, L. Butler Alochua & High
Mary Redding 473-362( Springs. Lovely country setting.urrounds this very, very neat and comfortable
Removal home and 3.25 acres. This well kept property has fruit trees, equipment
ARGE 3BR, 2BA older home I ln{ Trimming pole barn. Suitable for small farm operation, MAINES REAL ESTATE
TOWN from this home. Cent. H/A and wall to wall
Just reduced WALK TO two story
country. Removal
Stump carpet. Needs minor repairs. Must see to appreciate. HARRIETT MAINES, REALTOR
$27,500. Firewood WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Three or four bedroom home. Cent. H/A. One
NEW LISITNG IN THERESSA! block off SR. 121. 1/2 acre up to :3 acres available. Priced right to sell. 25 EAST MAIN
Free Estimate
2BR, 1 ISA, CB home on 3 aci\\ Owner transferred must sell. .
with barn. Storybook Edition./ 473-7097 473-7679 .40 ACRESProperty located I lo Union County.With rolling terrain and Iron LAKE BUTLER, FL.
Must ting three roads, this property has numerous home sights and can be easily -
see to appreciate. Ml-
After 5 P.M. sub-divided.Parcel may also be sold In 20/20. Owner finance. 904-496-3978
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 1.0 acre tract off little Springs Road. Wooded,
CB home, move-In condition.] Keystone Heights septic: tank and well. Owner finance. FOR SALE LAKE BUTLER
schools.. Licensed BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Business/commercial & building In city
Conv. to stares & Insured property
Hn limit.of Lake Butler.Some financing available to qualified buyer.Could be 13 BR., 1 1/2 BA., block home, low 30's

used for several businesses, with plenty of parking space avlalable. 3 BR., 2 BA., block, central H/AC low 40's
....######## ., ###..##.#+i*:#..+1F FfNfi. SHAVE TO 9 acres available with owners out of town E need to sell.Some 3 '
financing available. Has a..urnabl.loan.too. Call today for appt. to see BR., 2 BA., central H/AC, brick home, fenced, mid
'r. CYPRESS MULCH HAVI 2 VA HOMES with o.ableloan.Proper down payment neededto 40's
qualify only. No credit report or loan closing cost --<:4ed. SEVERAL
i CHOICE BUILDING approx. 2 acres
TRACT OF LAND can be subdivided Wor-

: You pick-up or We Deliver JANE S. USHER Realtor [ thington Springs Area

Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery 496.2126 or 496.2903 Eves. FOR RENT

Cypress Lumber "Your Union County REALTOR" [MOBILE HOME LOTS for rent in Union County, Lake

.. .
Butler and Worthington Springs.oJ
964-6649 ..
.. .
...................*.......*.........**.......... ,

.., _
_Jo._ /St f.r rP .
-' ., --.. - - -- ,.
-- .
J -

r 7 P P A '" ,,S i . . ... .. ., .. .
P III' e 1 V x I x x a 'b x. F Y r M 6 tl A p. u A 0' Y er -M/'W V w-Yx'w' i7V. rr nx.?- ,.-.y -'w. -Y1r .1 af Vr LU { r r S A X

; J 't' '.

12 SECTION August 7, I9HgStarke

I ( I ( ,

Want Ads. Keystone Heights Ads. .

--- ---- ------ -- ---- --


apartments, 1 2 BR
Drive Big Trucks'' DOT Certification Mobile Homes and spaces for rent SALES call 473.2919. 8/7 tfnchg or Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac, I >unge seats, teak ski storage, three
Local and Notional Job Placement Recreational vehicles welcome Phone Llmerock ft Fill Dirt HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA Across from 473.2521.8/7 tfnchg nice ouilt In cooler/storages! Full Instrumentation.

Assistance. Correspondence/Resident 964-7498 9/16 tfn 20 yd. semi-loads only golf course $400 a month. Nice. NEED TYPING DONE? Reasonable, efficient Extra storage Large
Training. Eligile Institution for Financial NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Phone 712-3172 5/23 tfchg 473.3083 or 4752838. 8/7 tfnchg computer printout letter quality. fuel tank Bow rail, carivan, boarding

Aid. Guaranteed Student loans. BA opt For more Information call Lake STORE BOUGHTi Furniture for sole at MOBILI HOMES FOR RENT $ISO Call 473.4648 and leave message. Will. platform Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
Coll 1 ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK Butler Apts 4963141. Equal Oppor Doublewide Home Center located month. Partially furnished. Keystone per return call. tfnchg 3/27 GOODI I SS Props CLEAN. $5500.,Lorry.

MASTER Resident Training: Tampa, FL tunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not area. 4732026. 8/7 tfnchg HANDYMAN SERVICE Mowing yard 475.1267.8/7 tfnchg
icon 86.229 ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg QUIET CLEAN COMFORTABLE unfurnished work, chain saw work tree trimming GENEVA SPRINGS CONDO NEW. 2 and
night. From $35 week Discount FOR SAUl Store bought furniture for trash 3 BR, 2 BA, utility, LR, DR, garage.
------------ per per house,. In Keystone Club hauling any odd lob.. 4733321.
offered for sole Ollns Home Center located $57,000 and 67000. 475.1048. 2tchg
YARD SALES longer term. Apply In per at on Estates 2 BR, 2 BA central H/A, 8/7 tfnchg
son. Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St across Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer PRESSURE _
------------ weathered porch. 481.3109.8/7 tfnchg WASHING Houses, mobile
from Post Office. TF furniture. 6/13 I tfnchg GRAVELY TRACTOR MOWED 7.6 HP
ONE homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free
SAT. 8 12. lots of girls clothes sizes 5 x ONE-QUARTER ACRE Mobile "old
estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 8/7 on
7, excellent condo Take 301 No to Hwy home lot. Water, septic tank, with 200
decorated everything furnished. Laundry custom made A Installed Homes tfnchg runs good. $500 firm. Call
125 in left between 2 pole, $130 munth. 1.765.2033.3tpd .
Lawtey turn amp
facilities Included. Video room Beautiful of N. Fla.. 964.6766. 5/ITF LAWN MOWING Trimming, edging. 4752667. Itpd 8/7
motels, 5 miles, look for 7/31-8/14
go signs available. Will accept one child no FILL DIRT FOR SALE 9049645606. Ask for GENEVA Call The Lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free REGISTERED HALF ARAB FILLY' -3 monthsold.
782.3830. 8/7 I tpd OAKS CONDO 2 BR, 1 BA
Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple Mark. 7/3 TFNCHG Sire, Egyptian Arab, Dam Welsh
124 E. SOUTH ST.. FrI., Sat. & Sun. A lit pets utility, living room, dining room AC. 8/7 tfnchg
Ave? Starke 32091. 5/1 TF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. month. FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING pony. Ready to show at halter. $450.
tie bit of 8/7 $350 475.2052.
everything Itpd per 2tchg
EUNICE'S NURSERY 3 miles N. of Lawteyon 28 FT. TRAILER for rent by month, 1 or 2 $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tin 7/31.817 House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling 473-2183 Itchg 8/7

301. Sat 8 Sun Bam til ?? 8/7 Itchg adults only. No pets Deposit required CHEVY 4x4 PARTSi ton anything you COZY APARTMENT $250 month. Fully Service, for all your foundation KENMORE six HEAVY DUTY WASHER $200;
964.8484. STARKE KOA KAM- need-Axles, front or rear, matching French Provincial living
furnished. 473.2606. repairs. 473.7721. 8/7 tfnchg
BAM TIL T?? Cancel if ram. Children 2tpd 8/7-14
school clothes. SR 16E the left hand PGROUND 301 South. 5/15TF transm., transfer cases, 2 different LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call? room tables, $350, antique Mahogany
side of the road 8/7 Itchg $50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one types; spring lift blocks, big U bolt*. OFFICE BUILDING SR 21 N. 2100 Sq Ft (The Blues Busters) by writing to butterfly table, $250, Sears zigzag sewing .

BABY CLOTHES linens. glassware baby bedroom apartments with refrlg and Call 964.5812. TFce of offices, restrooms. Call Century 21 Lakeside Singles Club Rt. 1 Box 530, machine with attachments, $50,
walkers 8 much Thurs. 8 Fri 624N. cooking facilities, All utilities are Included CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIALS 1 group $5 Showcase Properties, Inc., Broker Hampton FL 32044. 8/7 tfnchg pair of turquoise upholstered side
Lake St 8/7 Itpd more. In this price, so why rent a room per foot 1 group $3 per foot. 7/24 Keystone Heights 473.4903. 8/7 4tchg CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction choirs, $25; 54-pc set of Yamaka china

when you can have an apartment. 4tchg 8/14 truck mounted equipment.C Sayonara pattern $25, full weight set,
6 FAMILIES Fri. 8 4. family clothing.hou.ewar.s. ,
Monthly rates are $200. Call us at HALF PRICED I I Flashing arrow signs '. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 8. B CARPET CLEANING like new, $50 or best offer 473-2007.
come see our 964.4262 days 964-6566 evenings, or $2691 Lighted non-arrow $2591 1tpd 87RABBITS
Keystone Heights 473-7770
1 Ave. Lot 20 8/7
Temple Itchg drop by and see the apartment Unlighted $2291 Free letters) Full fac 19S6 14X 0 MH on one acre land 1000 Half off on Scotchguard all sizes, all colors cages,
families Five Oaks" am the pm. manager In opt no. six at 314 North tory warranty. Limited time only. See gallon septic tank, 4 Inch well. Located 8tpd7/108/28 crocks, feeders. All: or part. 473.2000.
at Country
Club Look for the Lots of back to Temple Ave next to the Tenneco Station locally. Call today! 1800423.0163 2 miles north of Keystone. Call ownerat UPHOLSTERY Choirs, couches, cushions 2tpd 8/7-14
school 8/7 signs 6/26JF anytime, fcan 86-232 4737770. 2tpd 7/31-817 and campers 473.2452. 4tchg 817.28MISCELLANEOUS
bargains. Itchg.
SAT. AUG 9.8 am 4 pm, one day only. FURN. 2BR MH, window air & central
Corner of 16 & Conerly Estates
A little bit of everything Everythingmust heat nice yard. No pets. $225 per Lost .
964.7417. 8/7 Itchg 4 BR 1/ BA brick
home. Pool,
go. Curtains. sheets. sun lamp month plus dep. Avail. Aug 16. screen
1975 IV FAN LEE LINER Travel trailer
clothes. books shoes mi.c. Past Hosp 964.7047. 7/31 2tchg 8/7 $100 REWARDI Black male Labrador, PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible patio, many extras. One block from
AC self-
condition fully schools.
good 160 ft. .
1 2 miles. Bethel Ch. Rd. 8/7 Itchg 2 BR HOUSE newly painted stove A contained. 2300. 964-6805. 8/7 2tpd mixed, dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov. Items and antiques. Used furniture, Owner will finance.on road $114,000.
FRI 8 SAT. Westmoreland Tr. Park. lot refrig. No pets 964.8498.8/7 Itchg 8/14 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Road glassware (jewelry and much more. 473.4058 after 6

27. clotres (jewelry. and misc. Items. TOTALLY NEW APARTMENT cosy, newly MOVIE PROJECTOR with sound 16mm Answers to "Minor" 4737162. 6/5 Come see for yourself. One mile east 3 p.m.BR 2 3tpd BA .8/7.21
Ocala brick
Inside 8,7 Itpd built & furnished, 1 BR, AC, color TV, of Keystone Heights on Highway 100 home on Smith
Bell & Howell model 1585 $100. Drill Lake lot
SAT. 9.2 Moving sale all must go. screen porch quiet area. Prefer single HELP WANTEDHAIR 473.2183.615 tfnchg Large many extras. 62000.
large, machine $390. 473.4058 after
press shop type 6 p.m. 3tpd 8/7-21
bedroom living room fern dinette mature person or mature couple.
dishes, tables tv, stereo clothing all see to appreciate No pets. $250 per Original cost $4770. Elec. chord organon STYLIST Full service salon. Wages TWO CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSES on
stand $35. Table & 6 chairs $100 CARS TRUCKS Lake
Johnson 2 BR, enclosed front
and month 468.2305
sizes much more. 828 Weldon St. plus deposit or plus commission. License required.
1 1st house on left past Vo Tech 8/7 964 6714 8/7 Itpd OBO (table real good cond.-chairs Doris Hair Clinic. 475-2211. 8/7 tfnchg & BOATS porch, carport, out buildings, fenced
1 Itpd ONE BEDROOM! furnished apt In need recovering). Pat Dickens, EXPERIENCED CARPENTER'S HELPER for yard. Lot 50'X 500' (?) to lake. First

GARAGE SALE Frl 8 Sat Aug. 8985utility duplex $200 plus security. 329 Center Raiford. 9044311200. Itpd lumber yard. Handling lumber and house $17.000; second house, 19000.
HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE-sIx months 1969 Call 473 2000.
CADILLAC convertibleMechanically 3tpd 8/7.21
468 1115. 8/7 8/14
trailer shotgun lawn mower, St. 2lpd building material, truck
old. Household Items $$. Off sound
save $1250.4734436Itpd .
floor machine chainsaw ONE BEDROOM furn at
sweeper adding apt. Inquire counter sales, maintenance work.
C-18 1 blk ft 1 blk Graham
tools 20" box fan desk hi.chairstroller Tackle Box. 341 N. Temple Ave. 8/7 east north Available to work Saturdays. Apply In 8/7 PETS
bedspreads Post Office Look for signs or call 750 CC SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE loaded,
car seat, carpets Itpd King Lumber of
person Keystone
4963945. 8/7 low A-1 1 condition.
sheets pillow cases pots 8 ROOMS FOR RENT meals, laundry, Itpd Hwy. 21 N. 1tchg SI7 mileage $800 or FOR SALE Pit Bull/Rottweiler puppies,
SLIDE-IN-CAMPER-, ice box sleeps best offer 473 2000. 8/7-14
pans silverware, suitcase. and 1974 toiletries, semi.private bath. $60 KITCHEN ASSISTANT Part-time. 9 a.m. 2tpd $75. Coll after 5 p.m 473.2278. 2tchg
cond. $850. call 964 4718 PRICED TO
4 SELL 1983
Dais un 8210 w/at 8 ac. 7 1/2 miles weekly In advance. 964.4833. 8/7 Ingood to 1 p.m. Apply Park of the Palms Office Chevy Chevette 8/7-14
after 6 pm. 8/7 2tpd 8/14 S/S A/C AM/FM radio, clean and only
south of Starke, on road 100 on left Itpd Steady work 2tchg 8/7-14
CLIMATROL 10,000 BTU air conditioner $2495 best offer. 473.7644. 8/7
room or Itpd
8'7 I Itpd ONE BEDROOM furnished house in
Cools 964.5945 after 6 PRICED TO SELL LAND FOR SALE
FRI 8 SAT 2201 Sleep/hollow Dr. of WMarket Brooker, $175 plus dep 485.1564 after good. NOTICE 1982 Chevy Chevette, l
Rd. clothes. dishes toys etc, 5 pm weekdays 8/7 2tpd 8/14 pm. 87 IIpdCITATION A/T. A/C, AM/FM radio clean and on-
8 heavy duty washing machine, ly $1595 or best offer 473.7644. Itpd LAKE LOT Hlllcrest Lake. $13,500. f
7ltpdYARD RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
SALE 301 S. at Whispering Pines and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- like new. $175. 964.8592 after 6 pm. to the Lake Region Monitor office 8/7 473 Owner.4367 will. 6/5 finance. $164 per month. r
8/7 8/14
motel Sat only 9.?? 8/7 Itpd Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF 2tchg In writing and paid In advance
BED night One
YARD SALE Next to Jones Funeral Home CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On unless credit Is already establishedwith
pink lamps, desk w/chair, extra chair, acre wooded 'lot. $17,500 Call 473.7162
Sat Aug.,. 9912. Baby il.ms. clothes, Highway 16 W Close to prison. this office.MONITOR .
of drawer all 8 1949 after 5. 3/27
chest white gold. tfnchg
etc,. 8/7 Itpd 964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
GEIGER RD., down Col ley Rd. past FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile Mongtomery Ward sewing machine In RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Lawrence and Jasmine Wind surfer KEYSTONE AREA Wooded tracts with I
Elem, cabinet. Call 964-4574 after 6 pm or -one year old beagles, kitchen table access to Small fishing lake. $300 ,
Southslde School Aug. 1 1829o homes Inside city weekly & monthly CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
.fn. 5 p.m. Clothes, furn 8 appliances JO LU Motel & MH Park 964.8810. 6/5 431-1939 anytime. 8/71 Itpd THE TELEPHONE. and chairs, miscellaneous Items. Itchg down $75 month. Owner financing, no
6 NEW TIRES ft RIMSi Firestone 8/7 qualifying. 8132533258. 4tchg
7/31 I TF
Itpd Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon 7/17.817
P1957SR15MS. Call after 6
SAT 8 SUN Aug. 1 8 2. moving. FURNISHED APARTMENT living room, 1 pm. prior to Thursday publication I
Household items wood stove. gas Br. kitchenette, bath. Elec & water fur 496-3857.817 Itchg Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, sss sssss

heater, bedroom suite clothes etc. nished. Sorry no children or pets. then 15 events! for each word thereafter MEN & WOMEN FILL
CR 18.1 mile, west of 301 on Hampton Phone 964.5033 or 468.1338. 8/7 Itpd. FOR SALE 17-62 DIRT

Lake 7/31 I Itpd 2 BR DUPLEX apt. for rent. $175 per .---.,..--- .
SAT. AUG. 2. 9 a.m. tit ?? 2 sofas good month plus sec 964.5951. 8/7 2tchg NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. ( CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES: Two POSTAL JOBS
almost recliner w/heat & 8/14 start at $390 per week TOP SOIL
shape new
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great I beautiful homes 3 Br, 2 Ba. stone and I
vibrator dishes boys clothes, MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 Br, unfurnished
some -
for and TELEGRAPH cedar or 4 Br. 2 Ba, brick veneer. FEDERAL JOBS _

size 6.8. much more.. Go 100 S. turn left clean stove refrig. AC to 135 patching W. Call St. 964.6305.repairs. "<., j!)yv. PRATT ST.t 3/1 CHSA. stove, G$; 5_ , .:$J76 per week .. ...
Griff. ((100 A then left SE reliable Private Dr.
on loop ) on couple. garden microwave DRAINFILLROCK 04
COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or refrlg, oven, ceiling fan GS- 6 $308 per week
ash Ave.. Blue house left watch for In 3 1/2 milesN
on space picnic area pines
sale. Canon home copier $799, Canon two wind turbines. GS-7 $342 week
964 8545, 7/31 of Starke US 301. First & last
signs. on home or office copier $999; Canon of. LAWTEV AREA Gorgeous 3 Br. 2 Ba. GS. 8 $379 per week '
GARAGE SALE Sat 10 a.m ,,12 p.m. 323 month rent $175 per month. Al) Young ;
fice copier, $1399. Rent to own for as brick veneer, over 2,000 sq. ft.. Interior GS-9 $419 per week (
N. Walnut 964.7682. 7/31 Itpd 964.6918. 8/7 Itchg
little as $45 month. OFFICE SHOP, decor that must be GS 10
YARD SALE Thurs. Sun. Nice clothes KITCHENETTES 1 8 2 rooms, TV. AC 8 all per seen plus $461
110 W. Call St.. Starke. 964 5764. 2/21 9.74 ac 8 much more. TRAIN NOW FOR 4681455CALL
shoes dishes, 8 furniture also 1950 utilities furn, newly remodeled.
Chev PU Truck. 100 South 4 miles. Inside Underwood Motel Hwy 301, 3 1/2 tfn -CENTER ST.: Excellent buy on this 1 SERVICE EXAMSHome

rain or shine. 7/31 Itchg miles N. Starke 8/7 Itchg ELECTRONIC down ORGAN Call$49.99 964.6946.per month.No tfn Br. 1 Ba. $25,000.HISTORICAL Preparation For: ANYTIMEAIRLINE1AAEL

MOVING SALE house full of like new 2 BR FURN. APT. $150 per month plus $75 LIKE NEW payment.WHIRLPOOL SELF-CLEANING PROVIDENCE 135 acre POST OFFICECLERICAL

furniture 2 bedroom sets. living room sec dep. No Pets 964.8071. 8/7 Itchg OVEN less than 1 year old almond farm with lovely large brick home ..MECHANICSINSPECTORS

set!, recliner, dining table & chairs $450. 964.5733 after 5 p.m. 7/31 2tchg with all ammeniHes, Ige. pecan Write S Include Phone No SCHOOL I
sears washer, microwave. antenna 8/7 trees has 4 MH rentals 2 stocked National Training Service, Inc.

_tools. 473.4897. Itpd 87WANTED NOTICE ROLLS OF HAY: In barn. Elicla.$25; fish ponds, near I 1.75 & 441 P.O. Box 538 &si-.-

Eliea.$20; Bohia-$20. Arthur Gasklns. NORTHWOOD S/D Family living at Cherry Hill New Jersey 08003

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 782.3727. 7/31 tfnchg Is best nice neighbors, close to ((1.800.524.2515)) 8/7
.----------- to the Bradford County SEARS HEAVY DUTY WASHER ft DRYER town. Don't miss this 3 Br. 2 Ba 31pd 8/21

WE BUY HOUSESI! Threatened by Telegraph office In writing and paid in $200 Sofa, $25, queen size bed $85. CH/A on 1 acre priced low SO..
foreclosures We can help I Any condition advance unless credit is already Odds & ends 964.7832.8/7 1 Itchg -CR 225: Close to Prison. 2 homes to

Legal problems solved. We're Investors established with this office. 1981 GS75OL SUZUKI 3/4 Fairing, runs choose from. 3 Br. 1 Ba. or 2 Br. 1 Ba. 'i LAND SALE I

not realtors. Mortgage Co. Immediate THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE great $LOW. OBO. May trade for small Both come with CH/A. 1 acre.

cash 1.800.462.8877, Ft HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN truck 782.3613. 8/7 Itchg GRAHAM RANCHER Over 1800 TRAVEL AGENT
Lauderdale fcan 86.231 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER APT. SIZE STOVE, good cond. $25. ft. of formal countr"livlng wil all am- 1 Acre To 20 AcresAs

WOULD LIKE TO LIVE IN and take care of THE TELEPHONE. 964.6362. 8/7 Itchg menities plus 4.5 acres. Low As $100 Down TOUR GUIDE

elderly lady. Will do cooking and Classified deadline is TUESDAY, 6HP JOHNSON MOTOR. $150; 78 Toyota LAKE BUTLER on S. Lake Ave.,. And $25 Per Acre Per Month AIRLINE RESEfWTIONIJTJSTUTUUUT
housecleaning Write P.O. Box 1339 NOON prior to Thursday publication. LWB truck-rough body & bed $450; across from school, 3 Br. 2 Ba. C/B, mime/runnel
Starke FL 87ltpdWANTEDMALE Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50, Topper for Toyota LWB $50; MF 35 recently remodeled. | With $50 Per Month Minimum TIM M l/H UURt CtWimtMM

BARTENDER good look- then 15 cents for each word thereafter diesel tractor with some Implements, Sill I IOKIT TUMMKB
Ing with good personality Wed. nights. $2000; Used tin 40 sheets, 8 ft. $15, 100 RENTAL INCOME PROPERTY 755-4162 nUNca(LS LYARIIU
only 6 to 12 midnight. Call 964.7771 for gal. fuel tank., $30; Sears weight WALNUT ST. 4 plea plus 2 Br 1 Ba PUCIMtKT UJHTMtt

,interview. 8/7 Itchg bench $40; Ford LWB truck bed $25; MH, 78x210 lot with parking garage or NAT L KDOITEIS:UGHTHOKl f T,FL
Maple desk, $30, Olivetti electypewrltter EDWARDS ROAD DUPLEX 8 Br. 3 Ba

$25. 9644738. 8/7 Itpd plus 3 Br. 1 Ba. frame. Shopping close -800-432-7085 A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL
N ATV 3 new tires & some engine parts. by.
Plumbing Supplies From 1-800-432-3004
964 8608. 8/7 Itpd
HUNTSMAN CAMPER for long wheelbase MATIIEWS REALTY |On Site-496-3427 kocrtittU ffMifter HH$0

Durrance Pump & Supply truck. Sleeps 4, stove, refrig, 441 W. Madison '
water $500 Call 782.3953 after 6 32091 '
nego. FL J.1
Starke ********.*** ******
We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed' ?;> pm. 8/7 Itpd 964-4169 *
US 301 North,864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke' 96 '"7061 tion. $200. 964.5997. 8/7 Itpd Assoc. Harold Epps 964-6616 'S432.-Lake Bjtler-7 ac., 2 BR. 2BA t BUSINESS J Jt
TF ---.--,--.. mobile, 2 stocked ponds, creek will i OPPORTUNITY

split. Y It-

4301 Acre., mobile, sheds, lake s
FOR SALE access. "t; FASHION STOP is, !

PINES Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work 4294 reduced BR! 2 BA,. 6 ac.. 2 hookups. [: developing a new It-

Backhoe Bulldozer 4435--mobile (covered), small bldg. *shopping plaza adja- :

RENTAL HOMES for comm use, fronts state road : cent to their store on
7/2.TFN 964-6182 964-5023 IIOOE.

1. ? and: 3 Bedroom Ail-Electric 4436.-Going Day Care Business.goodgross :[ Ilvvy. 301 (across from, ::

--- .- unbelievable selling price 'high school) It-

Close to hospital, schools, prisons 23000. : ONLY TWO :
437-20 ac. 2 stocked ponds, fenced -
CABLE TV LAUNDROMATFULL Roberts Real Estate near Little Santa Fe, privacy plus! : RETAIL OR OFFICE :

TIME MAINTENANCE NIGHT| LIGHTING 986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL Lovely homesite. :[ SPACES are left :
We have other listings on acreage
PLAYGROUND BASKETBALL 964.6262 parcels, apartments, mobile parks Available for occupancy It-

CARPOOLS PRIVATE or sites available. : by Mid-June! :
COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,
bR 121 Lake Butler 406-2366 $50,000. Call Todayl I !! REALTY.TCC } ;: Don't miss out on this :

ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only GSTRq noMta : great location :
-- $75,000. Owner terms possible. CALL 904-384-0603 ''It-
-- - 473-3OT6 .
eCHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms. 1 bath, central heat & air.. For Further

SAVE $ $ With Reduced to 35000. STARKE.839 N. TEMPLE FL 32091 Inlormation i

free 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly It
JLfn4 that '_:: ._. --- ************-***-***-
growing area of Clay county Priced to sell at less $1200 -
ts\\rI\o\es Homes Beautiful 1)/1)9 per acrell.)

DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms. 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000. Carpet (Any Scotchgard

Tilt: SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000. R< $1495 Is
.38 ACRE FARM. Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath Cleaning & ) Available le ,

r frame with outbuildings, CH/A Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. M")

grove, no Improvements.
1 Fa, a Soffit Fascia
FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no Improvements 640 ft. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREWe I

/la- Awning Screen Rooms road. 2.9 with older mobile home, well,
frontage on acres
I specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean-

aaning Carport Brick or Stone pump, septic tank.COMPLETE Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment.

I Call George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker Senior Citl/en Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

: HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N-FLA, Terry A. Gaines 964-6058, CSM,Evenings Salesman/Appraiser -. ?cams ever' Call '- 964.4997 Call ..nblf. .

250 sq. ft Check Yellow Pages In local phone book Slarki.Bradford

Starke F'- 964-6/66 964.4181Ev.nings extra charge All Work Guaranteed Chamber of Commerce:

K& SX3S mlm.* :

- .. .__ ... _
-t/If"r --- M' ,"" "_.__-..-..- ___

- _

r /

...._.._. .n.. D"L'.u _._._ ....
.-. .- -

I; TERWILLEGA' a Two charged for perjuryBradford I


a county law enforcement return, any information given can- is a friend of DeSue's who had told
---- USED CARS officers have had their problems not be used against the person makIng him that he was arrested each time
recently in keeping some folks in the statement. he came to Starke. Denton said "he
jail. What with escapes and bonds DeSue had been arrested on told the truth."
,,', "i"f." ...:. .) J"." : being met, some days it just doesn't Thursday, July 31, and had been
.i : ,.v. .I"'" pay to get up. bonded out with
".IN'.. $25,000 cash,paid In "Sugar man" Charged...
',, ; : ':V' Two persons have been dollar
one bills.
arrested It took some time for
,' "
I I ,, and "Sugar man"Suggs who has been
_4' charged with in the sheriff's
perjury connec- staff to count the
.i with
nt' charged involvement in the
I II ; ,, ..' I Ir I' -- tion with the local "crack" case in money. When DeSue was arrested ring was charged with perjury cocaine -
,,' .---- which Debra 11 were Ann arrested DeSue and July Willaim 31. and bondsman jailed on the perjury charge, the Friday afternoon, Aug. 1.
requested the return of When
questioned Suggs denied
James Suggs, sometimes called his$25,000. The
money was returned knowing Roosevelt Wims, also
"sugar man, were arrested Fri- to him.
day, August 1, and put in jail. Judge Deputy Don Denton said the bond known as "Papa" Wims. Suggs
rw having met July 25 or 26 with
George Pierce has set a $250,000 for money was sent from Gainesville by Wims. He denied
having met during
each. a "runner," who was paid $500 for the last
two weeks in May with Wims
1- Rice and Potatoes... his under efforts.subpoena Officials and required placed him him to and up and others distribute in a motel cocaine.room to cook

Officers obtained an account reveal the source of the funds. The Following his denials, he was
ledger in which DeSue kept records. runner revealed that the bondsman charged with perjury, and jailed
She had recorded the purchase of
"rice"and"potatoes"the amountof r I I
rFd $15,000 between June 17 and June I / I I Iv
23. DeSue insisted that she had in- ,
.. ...
nr .w. deed purchased the groceries to be (OAIDA It .o?+l't' '41 i' ) i t
; 7} '
eaten by her daughter and herself. prsiONIAOL 1
Law enforcement officials believe
"rice and potatoes" are code words
used in the purchase and sale of co-
caine and crack.
+M..q ., + \ "Some people like a lot of starch in 539 E. Call St. tare Open 9-6 964-5745
mpal their diets," one investigator com- For Lawn Insect Control..Use
mented. t Swan Reinforced
After being charged with perjury, WATER HOSE
DeSue "was granted "use ', Apply at the rate of 1 Vi oz.
r immunity a tool sometimes used edalllom8etterOueilty to 30 gal. water. Covers
44 by officials to gather information. It 1g t.OOOsq.ft.area.
o can take away a person's right to remain v"x50' '9 9 5/8"x50 IRea. 9 9 '
a h rr. r. silent and force him or her to Req.7.58.7 !j

... talk or face contempt charges. In _.to.29. 16 02. btl. rep 10.99 S888
: .. 32 oz. btl. rep. 19.99 S"168a
tpv y/t ar.rllh.
lyMorkFrLdlln Card of Thanks
Award Presented... C.mpr..4..or.yr.
The family of Bennie Lee Jackson ehM.l.ht n.nCoo&v.
I Starke Ford Dealership owner Clyde Terwillegar Presenting the award are C.W. Jakes, Dealer Account would like to thank everyone for 1 4 Gal.h.u WideMouthModi .dWIIebI neul.
(middle) accepts congratulations and a trophy for 25 Manager, at left and Hal Wills, Branch their love, prayers flowers, and all imlted )P iooorfsNoii Outdoor Plants,
of association with the Ford Motor Credit Com ...,
years pany. Manager, at right. the acts of kindness shown us in the SuDptyt .w A ???? Buy One Get One
death of our loved one. Model 2000P I
A special thanks to Dr.Gianas and 2 Vi Gal. Reg.34.00 27" FREE!I I!
Cheryl Griffis the staff of Bradford
County Hospital and Jones Funeral Model 3000P
Home for their kindness and con- 3VS Gel Reg.39.99 29"
Jean Jackson HIGHWICEEC-'
Jammie Jackson '; MOWERS. :.1 WEED EATER' I Itf
Bennie Jackson,Jr.
'FRESH Thtv Roll EtilfrI
:j Model 02500ELECTRIC
Soty To Vpnoit : .A...
.Cut like A Charm .
,'tn tough or ttndr gruii. ..y'fJ! BLOWER
ORMANSMARKET Lost For Ytan L 0.ump OIl
y aui*o7 ilmpl,hiav/ :..' ,. adevaelop',
.duty contraction.r 125 MPH
'f. wind ueloclly.ND .
; R. SI"J
To QuollfltJ_ Buytri_ J| .. r Sale
SALE PRICES KESllVtOWE QUANTITY KICHTI China has nearly 21 per- .11..141..1.....11".ut," : 16A11"nerwh..hR.p4U.U ?- 3999
cent of the world's population -
.. 349.-
GOOD THRU ; the U.S. has nearly . ryeaw.rrenmyMed.l ,
WED., AUO.13' ACCEPT f 5.5 percent. ...'. 4 Nr.:217! .ut' ovw INCOenIN 4ehNQ.11"rdwL.d4.rry.A. *
FOOD AgJk/n., .,.. ".._.,..1.''1..449"5120'I IW -: W9 Strvic'
i U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE 964.6071 STAMPS Take Trade-ins- ..Wh.'W.S._ "

._.. ..-, :: -- -

-I--Bill CUT TO -... -- .., .. :'<'


Center CutPork

Round Steak .ID. 1.99 Chops .lb.2.39 Appreciation Supper

Top Round .ib. 2.29 Smoked

London Broil .ib. 2.49 Neckbones/Hocks.

Cube SteakFam. .2.29m. Sliced Smoked

Picnics .Ib. 1.29


Side ofBeef Front You're Invitedto

a Qtrs. Qtrs.

o oC+O 139Ib. $169Ib. $129Ib. anAppreciation

Avg. 300 Ibs. Avg. 165-175 Ibs. Avg. 175.185 Ibs.


Red RindCheese honoring
Family Pack
Redwood-5 Lb. Fam. Pk

Franks Pork Riblets

5.99 99* Lb. 2.49 Lb r

Fresh.Cut Fresh YellowCukes Sen. Bill Grant

Candidate for US Congress

10/1.00 5 for 990Cantaloupes


Broccoli PROttUCI:

Saturday August 16
99 BU.Cauliflower. 990 ,

Lemons ea. Recreation Park, SR 121 ,

1 1 9 10 for 99 Honeydews 11/2 Mi. So. of Lake Butler
hd. 1.89 Ea. (Lg.)

We i --

O O .. .. Cooking Are FeaturingFREE


Catfish Chicken I & COUNTRY MUSICMusic

1 I .39 Lb. .Ribs Pork Butts Begins at 5:30: ; Supper at 6:30

Perch .
Ocean Try Our

.'. Rock Shrimp (EX. Lg.) Delicious4.191b.
2. .9 ib.
BBQ Bring Your Family and Friends
Pd Pol. Ado.

---- -

,.< -_ _-..,-.,-..-_"_,,._.,,._-.. .., ....... .. .... \, .. ... .',. .. .. r. .... ." .. ...,. ..' .......-. ."...., ........ -..-... .:::--... ...'...-.....-. .-...-... -# ... ........-...._ .. .. .J L"'r. ,. ..-.. ... ............'''.....-.... -'T.... ._'' .-......... .. II' '"" "L' ... -- T ..'.... iii .... .'

- ; .t'I. ; 1 1

Page It SECTION August 7, 1986

__ ,JI1P /
__, r 7' r 0

.c '
t "
"i ; I : j

,t t '11 r i'I

I r3 :
.I r ti 'teaI N wS J.j

rt I

0 : : k(
I \ 'it; ',

l ,EJr

r 41 4 k', I Z

I Ii I'i V 1,4gI r"i

i i IfrTL : 4l

,. = r r
r .
Two Injured... Photos by Bradford Sheriff's Officerail
Sudden Impact...
Two people were seriously Injured in Friday night's treated at Bradford Hospital and later treated at
crash and one was immediately transported to Shandsvia Shands! with a damaged knee. This pick-up was totaled out Friday night north of the and pine tree at high speed. Patrolman B.M. I
I helicopter with several broken bones the other was Washington! Street}intersection after striking. a guard Devereaux Investigated the scene.


Two injured when car hits tree '

Brian Bundy Thomas, son of injuries to internal organs. For- occurred just north of the n
Delano Thomas of Kingsley Lake rester will be hospitalized for some Washington st. intersection.
and Gladys Thomas of 1404 Ree St., time. Patrolman B.M. Devereaux
Starke, and Charles Gregory For Thomas has a damaged knee, andis prepared the accident report. He
rester of 926 W. Euclid St.,son of Mr. being treated by an orthopedic stated there was no evidence of
and Mrs. Ed Forrester of Mid- surgeon. He has no broken bones brakes being applied by Thomas, COSTS
dleburg, were seriously Injured but has many lacerations, cuts andbruises. but the truck was beginning to skid,
when their pick-up truck ran off the He returned home on Tues- indicating that the driver was attempting
.. wrong side of Orange Street struck a day. Thomas was first transportedto to control the vehicle by
. I tree just at the intersection of Bradford Hospital, and later correcting the line of travel.
g Orange and Washington Streets. transferred by helicopter to Shands
Teaching Hospital. Brian's mother stated that neitherof The best salesman you can
Forrester was taken directly to Thomas, who owned the truck, the young men were wearing seat
Shands Teaching Hospital by was driving north on Orange Streetat belts at the time of the accident. hire at the least cost is:
helicopter with a broken left leg, a an estimated speed of 60-70 miles
severely damaged knee cap, and injured per hour, when the truck left the Charges are pending, but have not "Bradford Co. Telegraph""The
left wrist. His right arm was road on the left side, traveled 131 been filed late Tuesday. No alcohol
2 cut, causing nerve damage. He suf- feet, and struck a guard rail and blood level test results have been
,i ferred a collapsed lung which has pine tree, with the tree absorbing 95 received by the Starke Police Bradford County
i been re-inflated. hn there were no percent of the ImpAct. The sopinent Department. Telegraph" delivers1 your adver

tising message to over 27,000

Chance Irvine seeks Fl. District Seat I readers in our area. For

guaranteed delivery and for best
State Representative Chance Irvine goes west on 227 to:&H-18 and runs on'SR.18
R-Orange Park, this week announced past Graham,then turns south results, invest your advertising
for re-election to the just,past Graham and follows the In 1986, Irvine was recognized as
I District 21 seat in the Florida House Sampson River to the Bradford- an outstanding legislator by the dollar in:
\ of Representatives. Alachua line. Florida Women's Hall of Fame.
I Rep. Irvine is the only Republican
candidate in the House District 21 Rep.Irvine's re-election campaign
I race. She will face the winner of the address is P.O. Box 2542, Orange Bradford Co. TelegraphCall
Democratic primary in the general Park, FL 32067-2542; phone 264-3000.
election in November.Mrs. Ad Today 964-6305
our Display Department
Irvine was elected in 1984 and
serves on the House Agriculture
A? Committee, Corrections Committee, --
and the Regulated Industries Committee
and the Public Utilities Sub-
committee.A .
native of Lovingston, Va., Rep.
Irvine is a graduate of StratfordHall
\ Danville, Va., Lake Erie College -
Painesville, Ohio, and com-
pleted one year of law studies at ORIAN WELLS
X William and Mary Collegte in
"', Williamsburg, Va. She is a former '
editor for Michie Law Publishersand Chevy-Olds .- .
\ : _
C worked in the credit departmentof ..... :...., .' '
A .... .... \ "
a large department store chain. -
.' .'. ". .
For 23 years Rep. Irvine has been .

:L\/ J.-;r married manager to for Van an insurance Irvine, a company.division <

..... Rep. Irvine is a past chairman of i 4t
r" the Republican Party of Clay County
Rep. Chance Irvine and has served on the RepublicanState
.l. Executive Committee since
S* ki R cllon
w To Hou. Dlsl. 21 1980.A.
board member since 1981, Rep.
House District 21 generally In- Irvine chaired Senator Paula
cludes the eastern half of Bradford Hawkins' Nominating Board for the ; ig
County, all of Clay County, and a Air Force Academy in 1985. She is a immmm3ltMHi aaI
portion of St.Johns County. The member of the Civitans, the Clay, r: ;.
dividing line between House Bradford,and St.Johns Chambers of I NO.2009' .
Districts 13 and 21 in Bradford Coun- Commerce, the Humane Society, '
" ty, starting at the north end of the Heart Fund, Cancer Society, 1986 Olds CheY'ylU
county, runs south down US-301 to Leukemia Society, Friends of the 1986 Nova 4 Dr. 1986 (
r the Lawtey city limits, jogs around Orange Park and Middleburg Cutlass Calais 4-Dr.
Pickup V-8 Auto. Trans.
Auto, PIS
the west city limits of Lawtey thus Libraries, Clay County Associationfor Toyota 4-Cyl ,
,. including all of the town, then again the Retarded, Clay County Fair Air Cond., AM/FM Stereo Air Cond., PS, PB, Tilt Air Cond., Radio, Delux, Tu-Tone
runs south on US-301 to NW 55th Ave, Association, First Coast Parlimen- Window List Price Paint, Chrome Step BumperLiSt
Elec. Rear Defogger,
goes east on NW 55th Ave. to the tarians,Miss Liberty Week Committee -
railroad, runs south on the railroadto Republican Women's Club of List Price $11,184 Price 540, DownOuV
SR-16 in Starke, goes east on Clay, National Rifle Association, $9566 $*72 Dwnd I Our Low Price '539.40 Down ARI
SR-16 to the east city limits of Bull Snort Forum, Matanzas Bay Cash or $10,188 Cash or Trade Low Price Cash or Trade
Starke, follows the city limits south Club, MADD, American Legislative Our Low Price
and then west to US-301 again. The Exchange Council and the National $8865 SN1054
..lined runs south on 301 to SR-227, ?Republican Legislative Association. $18820 $21629 sio.077 SM19Z6 $20900SN2153

4 Per Month Payment
Mo. Payment
Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm Per Payments _

Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
24th Street, follow signs or

Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat 1 -5:30 Used Used

' Dwarr Azaleas 4 Colors '85 Olds Cutlass Ciera '84 Ford XLT Pickup

-Z-: DAY LILIES 4-Dr., Auto, Air Cond., Long Wheel Base, 5.7 L V-8, Auto,

AM/FM PS, PB Low Miles Power Windows, Power Locks,

All Nature Sings of Jesus Book retail $412 Down Air
H-e $17,650 Cash or Trade AM/FM. Loaded. Low Mile

*FszcS-f&px*&< Our Low Price Low Monthly Pickup. Low, Low Price
'6800 Tu-Tone Paint
Payments $7800WELLS
Buddy SN3183A

Seafood RestaurantOff

CH-I40M; on West Skin' or Lake bantu he at Earlcton
Open 7 Day. A Week Day and Night ORlAN :

J t ]

ALL CRABS $5.95All .= Highway, 301 North Starke, FloridaNumber

You Can Eat One on U.S. 301 Starke. Florida
Lunch & Dinner (Except) Sunday) Telephone 984-7500 Gainesville 372-0103

OPEN Monday-Friday till 8 PM Saturday till 4 PM



:.. -- -.r. -- x--,... -'-' ,.erL-...- ,,e, .+ -_ -