Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04439
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04439
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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OCT 201986

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Outside.The .. Editorial PaL.*A SINCE 1879
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first cool weekend of the year may be coming up. Public. Social Se. .. -$A
A high pressure area is moving In, clearing the clouds out with '"'OA
cooler and driver IS mph winds from the north. Sport +*

Forecast today Thursday, Oct. 16) is for clear skies, a 20%
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chance of rain. HigtrTS, lows in the mid50s. SECTION PagMCold
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Extended outlook Friday-Sunday is for partly cloudy skies, mild Knight.2B
lows in the 50s! highs in the mid-70s. Fish Tourn.y.3-B
The New River fire tower on SR-lOOrecelved 4 inches of rain over River Rac. .'. ...
the past week, the Santa Fe tower on US-301 south 1.1 inches, and Girl Scout. E 51c11N'
Brlof.. .IB Vq
Louis Hill tower at Highland on US-301 north half an inch. N.w. 1
August rainfall average is 8.1 inches 5.46 inches, Oc- Dane Ally*.* '
tober 3.64 inches, November 1.86 inches. Member 3.08 inches. Cla. llid Ad..7-9B The SweetestSVI nis of Heaven
N.wu Brl....9.1I.12B Side
Area Ooothi. I2B 108th Year u L.OK1DA Cents Copy
13th Issue 1. .,,ay,October 16.1986 DSPS 062-700

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Seminole Boosters... Art Festival

The Bradford-Union Seminole
Boosters are scheduled to meet at 7
p.m. today (Thursday, Oct. 16) at
the Western Steer Steak-house in 1 I 'M1f "-

Starke.C.W. "Hootie" Ingram, athletic Set Oct. 18-19
director for Florida State University -
will be featured guest speaker.
All interested persons are invited to
attend. Call Street in MarKe will come leature of the Starke Festival, it is M1
alive this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. only part of a range of activities that
AARP. 18-19, with some 75 artisans at the will bring new meaning to the
first annual Starke Festival of the phrase "something for everyone."
According to Chairman, Ben Arts. For those who enjoy the performing j,
Holt/endorF the Bradford AARP Hours of the festival will be from 9 arts, a stage will be set up on the '
Chapter will meet today (Thurs. .. a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. to east side of the SFCC Starke Center
day, Oct. 16)) at 1 the Senior 6 p.m. Sunday. In case of rain, the parking lot, next to The Telegraph.This .
Citizen's Center (behind the courthouse festival will be moved to the outdoor theatre will be the site lit

t. ). Volunteers are needed fairgrounds buildings on US-301 of a full schedule of live entertainment -
for the numerous civic programs 4y north. that will run the length of the
proposed and sponsored by the : Booths will line historic Call Street Festival weekend. These programswill
local AARP Chapter. between the railroad track and allow many local groups to
National Retired Teacher's US-301. showcase their own special talents.
Association (NRTA) members are 1C The SFCC parking lot will be closed Local service clubs and other community
: eligible to join and urged to attend. and used for the entertainmentarea. groups will be setting up food
alt il A small stage will be built nextto concessions. all over the street,offer-
''T The Telegraph building, directly ing a variety of treats from full
across from the SFCC Starke chicken dinners to genuine cotton
Freshman Class...
4 S for the
Center, performing artists. candy.
\ The Freshman Class will be selling r There will be continuous entertainment -
I souvenir mums (artificial) at rx 1ss+ 5st from 9 a.m. to 5:15: p.m. Satur- Activities for Youth...

.' school this week, next week, at the day and from 1 pm. to 4:45: p.m. Special activities for the "junior"

.f> football game this Friday night, SundayThe members of the festival spectators
Oct. 17, and Oct. 24 at the BHS ';'z.. -h ,a entertainers, (the list was not are planned.A .
Alumni Assocation meeting. Prices complete Tuesday afternoon), Includes designated youth art area will
': are $6, $5, $2, depending upon the the SFCC Acting Class the be set up, within which young local
size of the mum. tit UF Dance Company, the Gainesville artists will be showcasing their
.ipr' Civic Ballet, the Gainesville Ballet work. Many school groups are parSee -
: Art Festival... Theatre, First Baptist Church ol
Starke, the Swamp Rooters, ( Art Festival..i>
Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 1819. t bluegrass and folk musicians; Terry
.. Arts, crafts, and entertainment in Strong a folk singer; the Sundancers -
Call Street commercial district. and the Sun Dance Kids! ,
The festival hours are 9 a.m. to 6 chiggers from the Gaincsville/Ocala t
r p.m. Saturday and 1-6 p.m. Sunday area: Jim Probert of Gainesville, an
Continuous entertainment is set acoustic guitar player and singer;
:'. from 9 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Saturday ( Patch and the Humarians playersof

; and 1-4:44: p.m. Sunday.Republican r original and country and western e
t. ballads, and Body Image aerobic
; :
tjj Rally... dancers from Keystone Heights.

Republican Political Rally is set
Oct. 18 Edwards See Oldest Building...
Saturday, on
i Roarl (CR-100A WP.<;O nt 4a0! : ) rn>. f Owner Freeman Register invitesthe
Everyone is invited to eat boiled 1 xr public to tour the second story of AS'S
.: peanuts and hear the candidates or f ; 01 smrir the 1856 oldest Richard-Pace
;i. a representative from the cautid building, the in the town,
didate. Follow the signs. where new wooden stairwells have
; recently been erected.
,.).... The building will be open for the
Musical Revue... festival and visitors are welcome to

: ,.. The formed Bradford r visit, says Register. The building
newly contains an old windlass used to lift
,. Repertory Arts Theatre (BRATS)
r Ireight in the early days.
plans present a fund-raising
i--, musical revue entitled "Starke Y

\:'!'; Sings Broadway" October 18 at 8 About the Festival...
1- Bradford High School :
Auditorium.p.m. It is a cooperative effort of the :J9.F '
Well Hey. community of Starke, the Santa Fe
:; For information call 964-5370. Community College Starke Center f'.Jt.JI" '"

111. Gator QB Club... Busily shaking hands.! Commissioner of Agriculture Gov. Bob Graham, above right campaigned back and and the SFCC Endowment Corpora ;: ',...
Doyle Conner a Bradford native, ran up on Gwen forth across the chow lines at the 4-counly Democratic tion. The Festival, sponsored in part I
Monte Towe, assistant head Thornton, who he instantly recognized along with rally In Lake Butler last Saturday. by the National Endowment for the j
w.. basketball coach, will address the daughter, Crystal Kadkhadaie, and granddaughter, The 1,300: present were Invited to eat armadillo and Arts, and the State of Florida,
Gator Quarterback Club at 7 p.m. Neda, almost 3. possum pilau cooked by former UC Sheriff John Department of State, Division of
today (Thursday, Oct. 16) at the Frank Mann left, running-mate of gubernatorial Whitehead. It was reallj chicken pilau, and it disap- Cultural Affairs, and the Florida t
Starkes Golf and Country Club. candidate Steve Pujcic, was a big hit with his horse peared. Enough B-B-Q chicken slaw, and baked beans Arts Council, is patterned after the -1
with the saddle blanket emblazoned with PajcicJlann.I'rt' prepared on the Whitehead farm to feed 2,500. annual Spring Arts Festival in
Gainesville. It will have many of the
Upcoming... same artists, and represents the r

-The bloodmobile from the truest form of community involve- j
Civitan Regional Blood Center is 1,300 Democrats Gather in UC ment. --
For two historic Call Street
scheduled to be in Starke tomorrow days Festival T-Shirt...
(Friday, Oct. 17). The bloodmobile will be the site of professional artists -
,. is scheduled at Bradford Square both locally and nationally SFCC student Sue Smith modelsan
from 9:30-11:30 and at Brad- known, gathering to display their art festival T-shirt which are on
: : a.m.
ford Hospital from 12:30-3:30: : p.m. In Show of work to spectators and judges alike. sale.Design
Big Party UnityThirteen for the T-shirt
The regular monthly meeting of The festival is free to the public. poster for the Starke Festival and of the the

the Bradford School Board is set at While the art, both two and three- Arts is by Jacksonville artist Debbie

7 p.m.The Monday third Tuesday Oct. 20.meeting of hundred rally-goers from Mann, Democratic candidate for Lt. (See Demos Gather..P.3A) dimentional, is perhaps the largest RannowY .

I the City Commission of Starke Isy' four area counties turned out Satur- Governor and Steve Pa,cic's runn-
day, Oct. 11, to hear Gob. Bob
set at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21. ing mate; Agricultural Commis- -
The general meeting of the Graham urge a united Democraticfront sioner Doyle Conner, U.S. Congress
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors in the November 4 General candidate Bill Grant, insurance wFL

is set at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Election. commissioner candidate Bill
Gov. Graham candidate for the
the Bradford Family Restaurant, a Gunter, attorney general candidateBob
according to Cecelia Terwillegar, U.S. Senate, asked Democrats to Butterworth and Florida state
' "do things together to help make a representative candidate George
president.The better state and nation." He urged
Classes of 1963 and 1964 cor- Crady.
i dially invite ALL classes of the 60's party members to vote the straight The rally was planned as a show of _
Democratic ticket and turn out full party unity and numerous exampleswere
to attend the "Get-Together" after _
. I the BUS homecoming football strength Nov. 4. seen and heard at signs and +
I I game at the Starke Country Club Some 1,300 people from Union, speeches advocated voting for the _r ,a ti
Bradford, Baker and Columbia Democratic candidates in each of
I Oct. 24, 10 p.m. until All local 63 ,
t and '64 graduates are encouraged Counties gathered at the Lake the many races facing voters in I
i" I to bring their favorite hors Butler-Union County Recreation November.
I d'oeuvres. The Sixties grad invite Complex on SR-121 Saturday, Oct. Governor Bob Graham advocated
I any other BHS graduates to visit 11, to hear Governor Bob Graham voting the Democratic ticket in all 1 f t r
with them at the country club. and a large slate of democratic can- races. Graham also highlightedsome
E The annual dinner meeting of didates speak. of his own political prioritiesas A
i I. the DuPont 25-Year Club is set Friday The rally was sponsored by the the Democratic candidate for I1w _

; Oct. 31, at 6 p.m. Letters will Democratic Executive Committeesof U.S. Senate.
I be mailed soon regarding details. the four counties and speakers In- Graham stated that stronger law
' The third Tuesday meeting of cluding former state Sen. Frank enforcement in the area of illegal;(
< the City Commission of Starke is -

set at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, In
-i city hall. Martinez Due Here SaturdayBradford _
-Tornado Whirl is set Thursday,
'1 Oct. 23 at which the 1986 BHS
county Republicans will for re-election, will be unable to at-
will be
homecoming an-
queen bring out gubernatorial candidateBob tend the Republican gathering.For .
nounced. The homecoming parade
Martinez this Saturday October
further information, or reser-
t ;: is set Friday afternoon Board of Bradford Oct. 24. 18, in a show of strength for their vations for the Econo Lodge recep- 2
The Zoning ticket. tion call Bradford chair- -
'I County is scheduled to meet Tuesday ::
man Tom Beard at 473-3910 or Union
Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Starke _
4 city hall. Martinez, former mayor of Tam- county campaign chairman J.D. -
The October Chamber Mixer is pa, will speak at a $100 per person Griffis at 431-1373.

set at 5:30: p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, at reception between 11:30 a.m. and Entertainment for the Festival...
Orian Wells Chevrolet-Olds. 12:15: p.m. at the Econo Lodge. Priorto Peanut Boiling... The of manager, and Lisa Rogers, the keyboardist. Standing:
of the Class SFCC
The Zoning Board of Starke is the reception, Martinez will visit Saturday, Oct. 18, at 5:30: p.m. Shoestring Players Acting Ruth Klddick, the villain; Shllynn Chaff the hero:
Starke Center will entertain festival-go'ers at noon,
set to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, the Starke Festival-of-the-Arts on there will be a political rally and 12:30 with Virginia Crawford, the heroine; Nancy Shuford, the
and 1 Saturday, Oct. 18, an
hall. downtown Call St., according to B.C. peanut boiling at the Holtzendorf p.m. p.m.
30, in city and
Oct. f'! 8-minute melodrama entitled "Abigail Stands Fast" grandmother, Julie Ferguson, the announcer. Instructor -
t CPA Eddie Douglas of Davis, Holtzendorf, chairman of the Brad- residence, on Edwards road, 1.5 about the of the class and director of the play Is April
widow and her who can't
a daughter
Monk, Farnswroth & Co. will ford County Republican Party Com- miles west of US-301. Republican pay O'Connell.
and the villain wants the for his
mortgage daughter
discuss tax reform at the October mittee. candidates will be given an oppor- wife. There will be continuous entertainment from 8 a.m.
Chamber luncheon set at noon tunity to address the gathering, or to 5:15p.m. Saturday and from 1-4:45 p.m.Sunday on a
The cast Is (l-r): Holding the title sign "Abigail
have someone to speak for them.
Thursday. Oct. 30, in the Western
stage In the SFCC Starke Center parking lot.
Stand Fait" Deanna Tomllnion. the
Steer Steak House. Senator Paula Hawkins, candidate The public is invited. /


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: TKI.KC.KAPII: October 16, 19116

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_' IIit h -, Lawtey Hires New Policeman

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+ : 'k { The Lawtey council voted 4-1 in a Sidewalk Needed... perienced with the part time "water

secret ballot Monday night, Oct.6,to Chief Jordan told the council thata man," Greg Williams. -)
hire deposed Waldo chief of police sidewalk is needed on the east side According to Strong,Williams was
"c Julius D. Eunice, to be the third city of US-301, from Lake Street to the hired to work two hours a day, but
: police officer. school crossing. In his opinion, doesn't show up for work for days at
l school children will now attempt to the time, and problems arise in the
'r; y.M Eunice, a Lawtey area native, will cross US-301 at the traffic light, Water Department. Strong made a
1 be on probationary status, althoughthe rather than walking to the motion to advertise for another plant
term of probation was not stated, designated school crossing, where a operator. Mayor Scott suggestedthat
and will be paid at the rate of$13,000per guard is stationed. If a sidewalk is Williams be called in for. a
year provided between the railroad and discussion. Strong said that had
: the highway, the children might been tried before, and didn't work.
Jr ;t .- Chief of Police M.M. Jordan told utilize the school crossing. However, following some discus-
/ the council that he had three applications sion, it was agreed to table the motion -
e r for the position, but Chief Jordan suggested that DOT and call Williams in for more

Eunice is the only one to meet all (Department of Transportation) talk.
standards requirements. Jor- fund the sidewalk and
police might requested -
dan stated that he would asssume the clerk to write a letter, Promises .
full responsibility for Eunice If the making a formal request. If the city In a prior meeting, the need for a
council elected to hire him. is unable to get outside funding, and privacy fence between the newly
L Since Eunice was present for the has to build the sidewalk with city built apartments and residents was
1 meeting, Mayor Scott called for a funds, Chief Jordan said he would discussed. The council agreed on the
__ ____ secret ballot. When the motion to get the labor contributed, leaving! need of a fence, since a screen of
hire Eunice passed, Eunice told the only materials to be purchased. vegetation had been cut out unintentionally -
. SFCC Plaque Honors Sheriff P.D. Reddish... council he had been looking for a job although the screen was
and appreciated the council's vote of Grant Under Way... called for in the contract. The con-
\ plaque honoring the late Sheriff P.D. Reddish INurn ford County for 10 years and served 24 years sheriff.. confidence. Fred Fox, administrator hired by tractor, G and G Construction Co.
eilcd in the former sheriff's oilier in the new Starke Son Dolph, succeed P.D. Reddish as sheriff and still the council at the August meeting was contacted, and agreed to build
(enter' of Santa Fe Community College. Dr. Alan serves today.All Clerk Gets Help... was present to discuss terms of the the fence. Bennett advised the council -
KolxTtsuii, SFCC president, unveils the plaque in theprrsenre the Reddish sons Drew, Dolph, Vernon, Jimmy, The council reviewed 6 applica- contract on the city's $500,000 Com: that the fence has not been con-
of :Mrs Ruth Sapp Reddish the widow of Michael, and John Arther and their wives gathered last lions for a part time water billing munity Development Block Grant. structed, and requested the clerk to
Sheriff P.D. Reddish, and their son Drew Reddish week for the unveiling. Only son absent was Glenn, who clerk, although there was no men- write the contractor a letter!:, remin-
P.n. Reddish served as county commission of Brad- lives In Loulsana.I of ding him of his promise. and G
tion another in
creating position Fox stated 16 homes will be Construction Co. is owned by formei)
the minutes of the last prior renovated or built with grant funds. representative George Grosse anc
meeting. Home owners receiving benefits Raiford businessman J.D. Griffis.
Council members read the .applications from the
grant, either in renovationof
Ever BHS SetIt and heard a motion to existing homes, or new homes City Hall Leaks...
Biggest Homecoming
hire Queen E. Myers by Councilman built with grant funds, would owe
Willie Strong. The motion passed. nothing. Rental property will be The roof on city hall leaks, says
Councilwoman Laura Harris stated Fire Chief Bill Crouse.
repaired in the target area east of
s 1986 Homecoming Week at Kenny of Jacksonville, should give each time they speak to a boy. The the newly hired part time clerk was the railroad, and the owner
Bradford High all next week. Tornadoes as good a chance as any boy with the most footballs at the to work only in the water deparet- may not be billed,at the option mayor of the When Financial Chairman Harris
for win. end of the is titled Mr. Irresistible said is in sound financial
a day ment, sending out billings, and was city. The target area be enlarged the city
The highlights will be Tornado This BUS homecoming will be like and wins two tickets to the to work the last 10 days of the month. if there are not a may minimum of 16- shape, a motion was made and car-
Whirl at 7:30: Thursday night, Oct. no other, however, because homecoming game. Clerk Al Anderson complainedthat homes meeting requirements for ried to go ahead with the repairs.
:23! at which the homecoming thousands of BHS the Oct. 21 50's Dress advised advertisedfor
queen grads over Tuesday, : Up he needs help in other areas. repairs within the boun- Anderson was to
will be crowned. The 1986 homecoming past !90 years are having a reunion, Day in which students can break out When asked by Mayor Robert Scott daries. bids to repair the roof
queen, chosen by the entire stu- sponsored by the new BHS Alumni their mother's old poodle skirt and why he needs help to do a job that
dent body from from among five Association, and will be taking partin their dad's lettermans sweater and had been done by a single person in Trailer Request... Public Meeting..,
senior coeds elected by the Senior the weekend's activities (See wear them to school. Tuesday is alsoI the past, Anderson said he needs There will be a public meeting
i lass Four of the nominees are Deb- schedule of reunion activities.) Hate Boys Day, the reverse of I help to mark the invoices paid after Dan McKinney attended the Thursday October 9, at 7 p.m. in city -
rwParnsh, daughter of Mr. and BHS students have been busy after Hate Girls Day.Wednesday he pays the bills.Councilman meeting, representing Lawtey hall to take applications for
MrWayne Parnsh; Sheila Shan- school taping skits and drawing Oct. 22: 20's Dress Up Buster Bennett stated Satellite,and asked permission to In- renovations and rebuilding under
non daughter of Mr. and Mrs David scenery for the skits for Tornado Day in which students come dressedIn that there had been no additional stall a travel trailer behind their the terms of the CBDG grant.
Shannon Maria Thomas, daughter Whirl. Float preparation begin daily their finest "Roaring Twenties" company building.
work load added to the postion. Har- Everyone living in the target area
.J l Mrs Gladys Thomas and Delano Oct. 21 from 3:30-9: p.m. at the attire. Zoot suits and flappers will be The building has an existing septic in the
ris then suggested that Myers be who wishes to participate pro-
rhiuiias, and Pam Clark, daughter fairgrounds. The final night before the order of the day tank, and the trailer will be con-
hired on a full time basis for three is urged to attend.
.,i \Ii and Mrs Irvin Clark The the parade, the Thursday of Tornado Thursday, Oct. 23: Tornado months, then There was nected to it. Mayor Scott stated that
1IIIh candidate to be chosen to- reconsider. he had no objection, providing a per- attltlttltlu
i was Whirl, students will be allowed to Scavenger Hunt. Beginning at first
formal motion but the council
lax Thursday, CM. 16)) in a run-off work on floats until 11 p.m. lunch, a list of BHS Tornado items no voted with, the mit from the county Health Depart- : III lllIPOIiD
election between Priscilla Welch, A different activity for each day of wil be distributed behind the council comply did suggestion.The ment is obtained.The council agreed CIBNf THMRWI
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Homecoming Week is f planned: cafeteria. Classes will see which can not set an hourly with the mayor,and passed a motion
but Anderson said
Welch.. and Donna Langley, Monday, Oct. 20: 60 s Trivia Dayin turn in the most items on the list. wage,had been In $3.85 per supporting his suggestion. Published every Thursdayat
hour paid the past for
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jim which questions concerning the Points will be awarded for the Classof time McKinney stated that Lawtey 135 W Call Street
I "n\tlt'\ Sixties will be read over the inter- the Year competition. part help.Traiffic Satellite will be increasing the elec-
I'hr annual nomecoming paraded com and the first student answeringeach Friday Oct. 24: Spirit Day. Light Set... tronic equipment in the building, Starke, Florida
iis homecoming parade is set for question will receive a free Students can show their support for and needs someone to live on the Second Class postage paid at
Frul.i. Oct. 24, at 1 p,m. ticket to Tornado Whirl. Monday is the Tornado footballers by dressingup Lawtey will have a traffic light by property, providing security for the Starke, Florida
The homecoming football game at also "I Hate Boys Day," in.which in scarlet and grey, the school the end of the week, so stated Chief additional investment. The council
up\ M.. Pndav. Oct 24 with Bishno girls buy footballs and give up one colors. Jordan. concurred. Subscription Rates:
The two heavy duty poles have In-trade area: $12.00 per year
been set, and the lights will be hung Problems Problems... $1.00 six months
. Art Festival within a day or two. "It will be a first Councilman Willie Strong, chair-
class job, with turn signals and man of the Water Department, Outside area: $13 per year
pedestrian controls" said Jordan. outlined the problems being; ex- $7.50 six months
( from oaee 1A) tunit to choose their own art in the Chamber) of Commerce, with Executive -
IK ipaung t>\ disputing! several col- $1 to'$10 price range. And, a clown Director Jack Eckdahl at
i '('imns nl their talents This area will be present lor the children. the helm, has been
u .111 also utter lace painting to get the conception of the Star
tin little ones in the iestival mood. Festival! Mr. Eckdahl has I;> Resolution' No. 130
Behind the Scene... ly acted as a community hason for I:
.l uidllili wall will be erected con- the festival coordinator: in such
All this fun and Irivolity i is the
,ling ol long sheets of newsprint, things as negotiating city services
join! u ill allow youngsters under 12 to result of many long hours of planning and etK'ournaing merchant support.MtiNor .
and hard work
LIJ!< in and "...do their thing." There
\\llIl'\en be a mini-art store
Charles Schaeler issued a
The City ol Slarke threw every
mlk-etnis riv C'luldrens'under Emporium 12 years old.for those This available resource into preparing proclamation urging a city-wide FOR FISCAL YEAR 1986.87, AND TO

will oiler/ children the the citv' lor the two-dav event. The cleanup."Our .
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The City Council of the City of Lawtey, Florida, met in a special

\\\I\ meeting on the 16 of September 1986, to finalize the budget process

for fiscal year 198687. All notices as required by law were publishedin

J5t iti the Bradford County Telegraph at the times specified by law. All

!i' t M law held set forth in the
public meetings as required by were as


published notices. Therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY



fit) 1. The budget, which is attached hereto, is the budget to be used

aa: by the City of Lawtey, Florida, for fiscal year 1986-87, and is hereby


2. The millage rate for the ad valorem tax roll for year 1986, for '
1 its ;1 I

a ,4 property in the City of Lawtey, Florida, is hereby set at 3.066 mills. !

-' aaa 1" a4 PASSED by 4 to 0 vote at the special meeting of the City Councilof I

the City of Lawtey, Florida this 16th day of September 1986.

new heat pump saves more than BUDGET 1986-1987

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Do you think FPL knew that when GENERAL RECEIPTS ." """7.SI68.503OO:r ..t

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II BHS Alumni Association Expects Large Turnout for 90th Year M

A big turnout of Bradford High alumni is expectedfor front of the high school. 'Breakfast honoring BUS teachers 7:30-8:10: : a.m. ol Jacksonville- .
the BHS Alumni Association's 90th The Starke Woman's Club has donated to the Alumni Exhibit p.m.
newly organized High School library 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. .Get Together'Classes of'63 '63, '65-Starke Golf
year celebration since the first graduating class in Association the cornerstone that represents the first 'Dedication BHS (front lawn) 12 noon. A memorial and Country club10 (after )
1896. high school in Starke, which was located in a two-story Is being' built to place all cornerstones representing p.m. game

Grads from all over are expected to join in with the building at the corner of North Walnut and Jefferson BUS.Parade1 Saturday, Oct. 25...
Class of 1986 next weekend, Oct. 24-23, to visit with one Streets, present site of the Woman's Club. p.m. '
another at this year's homecoming.The The Alumni Association has also located the core BHS Festival Food, drinks, fun booths- 2.7 p.m. 'Reunion Rally BItS Library- 9-11 a.m.
Alumni Association has mailed letters to more nerstone of the former "C" Building of Bradford High 'Woman's Club Open House honoring retired Exhibits- 9a.m.noon.. .
than 1,000 BUS graduates that live out of town, inviting which was located on N. Temple Ave. on the site of the teachers-2-4 p.m. 'Luncheon Classes of 20's and 30's American
I them to return for homecoming festivities Oct. 24-25. present high school l, and was built in 1914. 'Santa Fe Community College Open House. noon-4 Legion Hall 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
'Luncheon Classes of
1940 1949 Western
BUS graduates,with known addresses,are located in p.m. through -
Steer-1:30-5 .
each of the 50 states, Norway, Germany, England and These two cornerstones will be placed in front of the 'Fish Fry Class of 1941 Kingsley Lake Civil : p.m.If
are unable to attend, but would like to join the
South American countries. high school their final Make Center, 4.7 you
present as resting place. p.m.
BHS Alumni Association and/or "B" book
There is still time to send additional letters to those plans to be at this special dedication, Ms. Hildebran. Dinner Classes of the 20's and 30's Bradfort please write to us. purchase a ,
who have not received one because of lack of address.If There will also be special guests. Family Restaurant- p.m. BHS Alumni Association membership dues for 2
you have the address of a graduate that perhaps the Various classes will be meeting in the afternoon. Dinner Class of 1935 Lee's Restaurant -7:30: p.m. years $5. .
Association does not have, call 964-7881,964-8937 or the Check the schedule for your class meeting and Iota ."Get Together" Classes of 20's and 30's American "8" Book $5 plus $3 shipping and handling.
high school, 964-6092, and a letter will be mailed. tion. Legion Hall II p.m. BUS Alumni Association, c/o Bradford High School,
The new BHS "B" book is available, and will be on Football Game- BUS Tornadoes play Bishop KennyThreeWay 581 N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091.
! sale during reunion at the BHS library for $5 each It Reunion Rally... .

will also be on sale at the North Marion game Friday, Saturday morning, October 25, the day will begin
Oct. 18. Proceeds from the sale of the book will go to the with a reunion rally at the BUS library at 9 a.m., with
Alumni Association. several class reunions. scheduled for the afternoon.
The 'B" book is a superb bargain, listing every
graduate since 1896, says Reunion Chairman Linda BUS Festival... ,
Hildegbran. It also lists prospective graduates through Be sure to attend the BHS festival, following the Calling.
I the year 1990. The publication is worth the price, just parade. It will be held behind the high school building, :
, to read the list of advertisers, to see how Starke has starting at 2 p.m. Jimmy Bowen will demonstrate his
grown in recent years. BHS is observing its 90th year of expertise in making and serving his famous chili, withor Lets
sending graduates out into the world. without hot dogs. The association will use profits for, you put your cai
BHS is honoring two former graduates by naming high school materials and services. Fun booths will be
them Alumni homecoming queen and grand marshal, operated by some classes as fund raisers for their
respectively. Mrs. Mona Alderman Canova, Class of needs.
1921, a long time teacher in the Bradford school Come meet old friends and join in reminiscing about, mechanic and insurance
system, will be Queen. Charley Johns Class of 1923, the good old days. A good time is guaranteed.
I former state senator and governor will be the marshal. AH graduates, former students, faculty, and friendsof
Both will receive special attention during the re- BHS are invited to the reunion.
I union. week-end, and will attend many of the functions. The BHS library will be open for visiting and sharing agent on the same line.
Festivities will begin with a breakfast Friday morn- memories with former classmates and friends, says
ing at 7:30: and continue throughout the day, followed Ms. Hildebran. Anyone who has items of interest to
by the homecoming football game Friday night. Kick- place on exhibit is asked to bring them along. These Three-Way Calling gives your phone conversations
off is at 8 p.m., with Bishop Kenny of Jacksonville providing items will be carefully guarded and will be returned, It lets talk more impact.
the opposition. says Ms. Hildebran. you with two people in two places at one time. So you save time

Tentative schedule of events for the reunion is: because you don't have to make unnecessary calls.
Dedication... For local and long distance for
business and pleasure.Tlirn phone intoa
A special dedication is set at noon Friday, Oct. 24. in Friday. Oct. 24: three conference your
: way line with Three-Way Calling.

Call today to find out more about Three-Way Calling. So you make an impact

1 when you make contact.
; Political Rally. -

', from page 1 he continued, "I believe we can save Mann said that there seemed to bea
1'\ drugs and illegal refugees is needed money through a program like this," misunderstanding on the death
nationwide, as can be seen by by keeping people in a position warrent issue. Mann said Pajcic intends /
Florida's own problems in the past. where they don't need to be in the "to carry out the law of
I"t "We need to work together to hospital or nursing home, "And we Florida," and noted that Pajcic in- C 'LrELs
\ achieve stronger law enforcement in could put the money we save back tends to sign death warrcnts and
protecting our borders. There are into programs like Medicare to help carry out this"law "the same as Bob ; { A.

too many illegal drugs and too many the people who are really sick." Graham has. Where people connect. s
j illegal refugees coming into our Graham said it was not a pleasant Mann also noted the problems
country," he said. future for the average person to contemplate which will have priority by Pajcic if
I The death penalty issue was where if a person lives he is elected and said that some of 7L! ;
another priority Graham re- long enough he will end up in a stateof these include:
I I E emphasized his speech at the ral near-poverty, sick and in a nurs- Overcrowding in (the prison
I ly. "There are too many people in ing home. "This is not the kind of system. "Turning" them loose is the-
this country who are able to avoid America I want to live in," said wrong solution, said Mann.
Graham, noting I that with the help of Education. "Teachers in Floridaare
justice, he stated, saying that after
state elected officials changes in the still not being paid at the rate 9
j a person has had a trial and has been "
sentenced, he should be allowed an system should be possible to forge"a they should be, he said. sa
appeal in which every issue in the more compassionate and respon- Doyle Conner, veteran candidate
case is examined. However, said sive health care system." for agricultural commissioner, said
Graham after that appeal... and no Graham also mentioned the thai (arming and farm problems area
big worry in America today, and {dhrdst?
more than two years after the economic problems being experienced '
orginal trial... "after that, it's by larmers and put a part of the blamed import/export habits in "
over." responsibility for those problems on part.
I United States habits."I "We have imported more into the
t Graham said that a strong standon import/export
U.S.n; tbe last three months than we
worked job alongshorl'man
enforcement of the law and in on a as "
have exported to the world, said
in Jacksonville two
I ,Carrying ha "sending out the the death right penalty message"would to weeks ago':'-said Graham, "and we Commissioner Conner, blaming Mw*. 4 %
practice for the $150 billion trade !!
unloaded autos;What .
I the criminal or potential criminal, 2,000 Japanese deficit in existence in the U.S. y bsy? f b
do back that
we on
the message being that the govern- you suppose put q' sir;
Conner noted that when beercomes
back to ? A load of
ship go Japan
ment is serious about law enforce-- '
into the taxes of i
Florida citrus? No. ) e f h H
ment. "This is the kind of help the phosphate or collected. J 4xu.
When U.S.
$2 per 100 are
Those went back to .
ships empty pick
federal needs" in its
government beef to other countries import s ;
goes an
another autos to backto
up 4,976 bring
crime said
against ,
fight this country." tax ol $20) per 100) is collected, I Ii
Graham. and in Japan it goes as high as $25.
"You can't have a country where
Another issue Graham tagged as from "Things have got to firm, up ;hi this Yrsrl
buy everything
important was a reform of the na- you everyoneelse
and have nothing to sell," said country and Democrats will pl.iy a vt ;v &
tional health care plans for the older "
Graham. big part, said ConnerIn 9 '2'
citizen, emphasizing prevention urging Democrats to stay
Frank Mann can-
before cure. "There is too much em- didate for Lt. Governor, continued united and vote the straight ,a >, ,v s ,
phasis being placed on waiting until ticket," Rep George Crady said he 4r
the lines that his
along same saying $
people are sick enough to go into a could not have been as elleclivc in T
running mate, gubernatorial can- tia
hospital before they get any help, '
obtaining appropriations tor projects -
said Graham. didate Steve Pajcic intends; to carry F '
out many of the same types of pro- in his district without the S I.
"We need a plan that will help peo- wt
of other Democratsin a
strong support t aap
in Florida which Graham has
ple stay well and active and out of grams Tallahassee 1 rg
the hospital or the nursing home" carried out in the past. r ;

I Bradford Teacher Honored by Appointment

George Bowen, a teacher of 8 Donna Smith, Bowen's wife,
years at Bradford Middle School, teaches in the middle school, also. to e cI
was appointed Sept. 24 to the State M
Education Practices Commission by
the State Board of Education in

Tallahassee.The -I-

commission is charged with r- 1 ju
overseeing state laws governing the
conduct of teachers. It is composedof

13 members 12 of which must be
drawn from the educational field. 1 f S
al The 13th member shall be a lay per-


Bowen is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he majored in

political: science for his bachelors
J degree. His masters degree is in 1 r '

social studies, education. He is cur-
rently the president of the Bradford

a_,.. ..w... Education Association.


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I Fearful Storm of '96 Destroyed School Houses in West Bradford County I IThe.

second of a series of articles
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ting on Temple Avenue (now U.S. 301)i)
on the early schools and ween 8th Street (now Adkins St.) and 9th

educational system of Bradford St. (now Washington).

County.) In its July 18, 1913 issue The Telegraph
proudly announced that the new school
The Bradford County High School continued -
would be of modified Gothic architecture
at the same old stand on Walnut "softened with some Moorish features",
street for more than 20 years. Graduating stories and basement, 126-foot frontage -
,'lasses were small in those days,and there two
75 feet wide at the ends the central
The Telegraph
ue several accounts in front being recessed 15 feet. From the rear
Where elaborate commencement exer- which the auditoriumwill
will spring an
class of
i ises were held for a graduating
enough to seat 600
> be located spacious 1r
only two membersor even one "
in a couple of occasions. people.
t\rounlll910 it became obvious that the ; This brick building, the source of so
town was finally outgrowing the old two- I much pride in 1913, was demolished to
tory frame school house. -- make room for the new, more modern high

Bond Election Held school building in 1972.

Saturday, July 5, 1913 was an eventful School BoardSome
il.iv in Starke when freeholders went to the First +aIwBaseball
polls and voted 113 to 44 in favor of bonding interesting facts about the school
foi' a new $30,000 brick school building to system are contained in biennial reports t
tw located on nine acres of property fron made by County Superintendents to State

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Team In Late '20sBHS

Futch Glen McMillan, Buster Kickliter..
Voters Should Heed Lesson '. students, about 1929, made up a baseball "town Back row: Merrill Struth George Inman, Junior
,.1 4. I- team" that played in the old city ball park on Thomas McDonald, Elmer McMillan JR. (Nookie) Wain-
St. in East Starke, about 1929. Bill Harrell and Hallie
'>J!: wright, Gary Overstreet ,
Learned in Kirk Regime Front row: Eldndge Robinson. Dick Griff, Merrill Jones.

Superintendents back in the 1800s. and encouragement of Legislators Irom money at the end of each term to pay the
Remember when Florida elected its moderate liberals, as well as liberal- Bradford County was created by this county." teachers for their service and not run the

j lust I Republican governor since and-moderate conservatives. The real Legislative Act on Dec. 6, 1861 (the first In 1871-72,14 schools were reported with county or school board into debt by
Reconstruction Days? Few people statesmen in the political world weigh year of the Civil War). It was created froma 326 pupils enrolled. In 1873, A. Lawrencewas employing more teachers than we have
and have to issue as
under 40 would recall those hectic each issue on its own merits and vote portion of old New River County which superintendent, although there is no means to pay .script
according to the dictates of their conscience in turn had been created in 1858 from the record of his commission.In has been done.
times. The year was 1967 and the man eastern portion of Columbia County. New
fleeted! was Claude R. Kirk, Jr., whose whether liberal, conservative, River County soon vanished from the map, that year, Isaac Hatch,chairman of Fearful StormIn
the School Board made the
election due to rift in the or somewhere in between.In being partitioned to create two new counties following
was largely a
report to J.C. Gibbs, state superintendent: his report for 1896-98, F.G. Schell,
Democratic Party between the sup- spite of Florida's cabinet system, Bradford and Baker. "We have been obliged to get all the in- superintendent at that time, reported: .
porters of Gov. Haydon Burns (seeking the Governor still fills a very powerful The first Board of Public Instruction in formation we have obtained by going over "The fearful storm of 1896 swept away all
re-election to a second term) and position. Among the things that shouldbe Bradford County was appointed April 28, the county and making personal inquiry of the school houses in the western part of the
1869 during the Reconstruction Era after We have them with
Robert King High a South Florida can- borne in mind by those toying with the Civil War. The first School Board was citizens in regard to the progress of free county.stronger and better buildings.replaced "
didate perceived as being "too liberal." the idea of "crossing over" in support of organized Nov. 26, 1869 with F.N.B. Oliveras schools which we have found entirely unsatisfactory -
the nomination and Burns the nominee is the fact that chairman.Up to every taxpayer. An entire Schell was referring to the hurricane of
High got Republican
disgust of the free school system prevails 1896 which came in at Cedar Key and
allegedly threw his to Kirk Florida's Constitution decrees that "the until 1869 the "judge of probate"
support served except among those who have been made devasted the pine forests and many homes
resulting in the election of "I Claudius". supreme executive power shall be Schools. as County Superintendent of acquainted with the distribution of the and other buildings in the Providence area -
Judge J.R. (Rob) Richard of Providence
vested in a Governor." Among other was the first superintendent dur- school funds by our predecessors in office. of Union (then Bradford) County.
Kirk was a colorful, but somewhat erratic things he shall "Make appointments to ing the period 186772. You ask why? Because the laboring Schell proudly reported that there were
classes have derived little benefit and
man, whose term in office became fill vacancies in state and county of- so four high schools in the county "where the
According superintendent'sreport seen so little diffusion of knowledge
chaotic and counter-productive because fices." During Kirk's administration a "the number of youth (in the county from public resources. higher branches are taught": Lake Butler
of his inability to work constructivelywith Democrat seeking an appointment by ) at that time was estimated at 1,400". Providence, Starke and Hampton. the
the Democratic House and Senate.It "We have had a good many PRETENDED high school at Starke for the first time
the Governor must first change his par- As soon as the superintendent was appointed free schools, but the teachers were had an eight-months term.
ty affiliation. "he went through the county and always paid by the patrons with a PROMISE In the 1898.1900 biennium, Schell
would be unfortunate if Florida, on conferred with people on the proposed from the school officials that the reported "a healthy and strong growth the
the verge of its greatest period of Another consideration of great impor- establishment of free (public) schools. On tuition would be refunded last two years. We have built three new
growth, should fall prey to the same tance was touched on by Rep. George being apprised of provision of the law,they when collected from the State or tax collector school houses at a cost of $150 each, the
scenario enacted during the 1967-71 Crady at the Democratic Rally in Lake accepted it cheerfully and eagerly." Money has been received from the School Board furnishing the material, and

of Claude Kirk in the Governor's Butler Saturday night. Crady, who has "As the board was unable to complete old treasury for payment of the patrons for the patrons doing the work gratis." He ex-
vears believe this will been successful in obtaining funding for organization until after a tax was levied, tuition paid teachers, but from apathy, the pressed belief that "a vote on compulsory
mansion. We not
money crisis the decline of the price of education in Bradford would
patrons of the schools sustain them at prosent. County carry
happen once the votersespecially several local projects, including the Fourteen have been started in this 'turpentine', or forgetfulness, the losers two-thirds in favor,with proper limitationsto
those who are old enough to remember BHS auditorium said his success had way. A tax for their support will be levied have not been remunerated. the law."

those yearsbegin to recall and realize been due largely to the cooperation and dbllected without opposition. Private "But with a great deal of exertion on the ,In our next article on early! eohools we
the potential pitfalls that could disrupt received from the Governor's office and schools already in operation have arranged part of members of the board, the prospectis will see how the importance vocational
Florida's steady march on the path Democratic members in the to come in under the school system. The much more cheering now than for the six training was being stressed by a far-
of the nation's Legislature. progress made is largely due to support months past. We expect to start betweensix sighted county superintendent as far backas
toward becoming one
and 12: schools and have sufficient 1900.

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A few elected officials at i
and city level have indicated this could prove to be a good thing,
county their ,intention to "cross over" to although it will be a long time coming to NINETY YEARS AT.IlS.1896-1986" ;
small north and west Florida counties sponsored by
the November 4 .u
Republican country 188'
General election supporting the such as ours. And when it does come, it B.ll.S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION .!,

Republican candidate, for Governor. As will undoubtedly mean keener partisan October 2-1, 1986- Friday CI J..

an excuse for their switch they repeat competition for every office on the !

such trite phrases as, "I vote for the ballot. Breakfast- "We Appreciate You", B.H.S. Teachers -7:30.810: : 30's 5:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m.

mannot for the party," or "I haven'tleft The political scene is changing in a.m. Hall"Get-Together"8:00: till Classes of the 20's and 30's American Legion +!
School Library 9:00: a.m. to 6.00: p.m. -
Exhibit p.m
left Florida but until such time High I
the Democratic partyit me. as a Dedication in front of high school 12.00: noon Football game 8:00: p.m. .
They also seek to brand all Democratsas Republican Governor can be assured of Parade 1:00: p.m. "Get Together" Classes of 1963, 196t, 1965-Starke Country Club
"liberal" and all Republicans as strong support in both houses of the B.H S. Festival Food, drinks, booths (back of high school)) 2:00: 10:00: p.m. (after game) till- \

"conservative" without recognizingthat Legislature the threat of another Kirk 7:00: p.m.
Woman's.Club Open House honoring retired teachers 2:00: 25 Saturday I
conservative-and- debacle is
there are always a possibility.
pm to 4:00: p.m. Woman Club. Reunion Rally 9:00: a m. to 11.00: a.m. -high school library
Santa Fe Community College Open House 12:00: p.m. to 4:00: Exhibit 9:00: a.m. to i2:00: p.m. high school 1 library
pm Luncheon-American Legion Hall-classes of 20's and: '-10:00:
Starke ParadeFor Fish Fry Class of 1941 Kingsley Lake Civic Center 4:00: to a.m. to 2.00pm.Luncheon: .
on 7:00: p.m. -Western Steer-Classes 0 filth e 1940's1:30: p.m. to
I Dinner Bradford Family Restaurant Classes of the 20's and 5:00: p.m.

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on Parade" should be the the Gospel Tabernacle in Starke in the Tourism Brings Commissioner Woods .

theme song for the next two weekends, early 1960s. The copy, painted by the Makes Annual Downtown i
with the Starke Arts Festival coming up son of the 80-year-old artist who paintedthe Benefits ReportOn

this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18-19, original, will be displayed in the RecreationIn RevitalizationThe j
and the BHS Alumni Reunion, Historical Room at the SFCC Starke Highway 301 is a major transpor- his recent annual report to the City ,
celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the Center in the old courthouse. The storyof tation route for thousands of Council Commissioner Travis Woods, Downtown Progress Committee I
school's first graduating class. the painting will also be a part of the tourists every day of the year. Recreation Chairman listed the following is proud to announce that
exhibit. The public is invited without Many travelers are avoiding the improvements completed during the year. Starke has received full state fun- ,

Both events are expected to draw charge. monotony of 1-75 and 1-95 so that Purchase of a new van to use for ding for the revitalization of the
capacity crowds to Starke, and it is important Momentum on the Alumni Reunion is they can see more of Florida's transportation in the summer program. downtown area. $575,000 will be ,
that our town, now in the pro- still building with all classes starting towns cities and countryside. *Installation of tennis court lights at available November 4 to begin this I

cess of revitalization, look its best for back in the 1920s expected to be According to a 1985 Dept. of Bradford High School. important project. ;

U e visitors, as well as homefolks. represented. Interesting events are Transportation traffic count, over *New drain field culverts at the Ed- I

Only one day remains to put the planned for two days, Friday and Saturday 24,000 vehicles pass through Brad- wards Road complex,allowing for parking This grant will be used to repair I
finishing touches on the clean-up effort ( Oct. 24 and 25. Nostalgic exhibits ford County on Highway 301 daily. in the area south of the playing fields. and remodel the streets, lighting, 'I

that has been in progress here for the will be on display at the high school dur- Although accurate tourist figures *Completion of playground equipmentmade landscaping and signage for Starke

past two weeks. The Arts Festival opensat ing the festivities. would be difficult to obtain, we Institution.by inmates at Lawtey Correctional historic district. The City of' !

9 a.m. Saturday, and again Sunday at Starke, always noted for its know that a large percentage of Starke, Mayor Charles Schaefer,
1:00: p.m. with displays along Call Streetof friendliness and hospitality is this count is out of state travelersand Approval of a matching grant for con- City Commissioners Bobby Biggs
expectedto struction of four-wall
a handball
racquetball Jimmy Crosby, Vernon Silcox and
art in all media, and crafts in metal, roll out the red carpet for its visitorson visitors. The following infor- and outdoor basketball court.
glass clay, fiber, and wood. Entertain- these two occasions and make them mation was obtained from the New Travis Woods should be applaudedfor

ment and food will also be available. eager to return here for events in the England Business Journal. Historical Society their this efforts and leadership
during project.
An unusual feature of the Arts future. Although figures vary from com- Will Not Meet .

Festival will be the the exhibition of a Give your premises, business or munity to community we thoughtthe Until November,20The The downtown progress committee -
of "The Feast of Belshazzar residential last-minute information might be useful. members
large painting a touchup in the are as follows:
If a town or city can attract 100 Historical l Society will not meet this '
which is a copy of the original few hours remaining before the opening Carolyn Autry, Mitchell Drugs;
additional tourists a day for a year month due to conflicts with other scheduled -
painting that was destroyed in a fire at of the Arts Festival. events. Dr. Bernie McFadden SFCC;
it will realize such benefits as:
The next meeting will be held Thursday,' Evelyn Chastain, Chastain's '
million in
An additional $1.9
Nov. 20, with Dr John Mahon author of Jewelry; Gene Matthews, John
business receipts "History of the Second Seminole Indian Miller, Bobby Ferguson Bradford
A $507,000 increase in payroll War" as speaker. Dr. Mahon will relate Telegraph; and Jerome Johns of
income incidents of the war occurring in this area. I l Gator
4.9 which was a favorite hunting ground of the. Freightways.
A gain of 47 new jobs Indians during that period. I
An additional $106,000 in state

and local tax revenue
: o Enough tax revenue to support I = ;' -'=
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45 school
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An increase in population of 119

Creation of 44 new households

Get Heady for Arts Festival, Oct. 18,19AndBHSAIumniKeunionOct.24,25 A $144,000 increase in bank

deposits After a queen of Egypt had a long reign of peace her successor Mid H was a dltgrace.
And 6 new business He had her name and figure scratched off the stone carvings of Egypt.Page .

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;<,: : Side! ciubNews: ;; ::: I. by Sue Davie ,' ... :: .

Notices Church Activities... "b''the. hostess. A reminder to all -
of the y. Church Items What a beautiful day last Sunday Christmas Is coining soon and the
J club still has several cookbooks I It
(Oct 12)) was as people gathered available. r
News. from near and far to take part In the
homecoming services at the Brooker
1J i I Baptist Church, also to enjoy the -. School Event...
traditional dinner on the ground. I Principal Bill McRae announces
C Parties. was very touched during the services final plans have been completed for
as guest speaker Rev. Terry the traditional Halloween carnival '
I I Cranford of Dothan,'Alabama sang sponsored by the Brooker PTA each .
several soul moving songs. Two that year. This event will be held on the
stand out in my memory so much BES campus October 25. McRae
were1 Call Him Lord" and "The ,said "our goal this year is$5,000 and
Alpha Gamma ADK Honors FoundersAlpha Next Time Jesus Comes He Will Be I am sure with the combined effortsof
Coming For Me". The audience was the parents, teaching staff, a 1
Gamma Chapter of Alpha upon is u canuy sale With the Nestle- enthralled by these magnif leant students and interested parties the
Delta Kappa held their monthly Belch Candy Company. The sale will songs as the sound vibrated carnival will be a success".
meeting in St. Mark's Episcopal be held from October 6 20. All the throughout the church. Tickets are available on the
Parish House on Monday, October e.money earned will be donated to the The sermon following expressedthe following items: Brownie 12 guage
I This meeting was dedicated to the Santa Fe Community College. feeling of how God's word pump gun, GE. VCR with wireless
founders of our sorority. During the Some Altruistic projects of the reaches out today, that we as Chris- 'remote control, a Service Merchan-
meeting, two of our members, chapter include donations to Special tians and ministers of the Holy Word dise shopping spree for $200; BMX
Eunice Searing&:Lucille Johns, told Olympics and Girl Scouts; Assisting should realize that Jesus conducts bicycle and a Teddy Ruxpin bear. A '
us about their many Interesting exwith the Starke Festival of the Arts, church 24 hours each day, not just word of caution Watch for the
periences at the beginning of their Christmas gifts to residents of the from 11 to 12 on Sunday, and that children as students along with
teaching careers. Thank you so Volunteers of America Home, God's wisdom is manifested in the adults canvass the streets, highwaysand
much, Eunice and Lucille, for your monetary and needed gifts to the church. As a follower of the Word of byways selling tickets on the
wonderful memories. Alpha Delta Kappa resident home God, Rev. Cranford said 95 percentof above items.
ADK week is October 12- 18. Durfor girls near Florida State University all Christians were brought into. Anyone interested in supporting ,
ing this week, refreshements will be and to Ronald McDonald House in the church by watching the Godly the sales or working in one of the
placed in all the schools, com Gainesville. lives of others. The lesson we learn many booths please contact the
pliments of all the members of Hostesses for the meeting were from this is to remember that the school during school hours, ph. .
Alpha Delta Kappa. Laurie Mullins, Monterey Wasdin &: head of the church functions as He 485-1812.
The fund raising project decided Eunice Searing. wills it to.Before 80th Celebration... Death having claimed his wife some
closing, Rev. Cranford twelve years prior Joe decided to
shared a very dear memory of his BVFD Turkey Shoot.., Joe Hess of Brooker Isn't sure pull up stakes and move to Florida.
Woman's Club Holds October childhood with us.As a youngster attending Field and Streat magazine and the what will happen when his wife and After being in the south for
MeetingPresident school in Branford, living in National Volunteer Fire Council is her sisters Lydia Crosby and Amy sometime he met and married the
the country he was transported to sponsoring a turkey shoot for the Williams get together. Keeping Hess former Martha Groover. Moving to
Thomas called the Ocyellow fall daisies interspersed with class by bus each day. There was Brooker Volunteer Fire Department in the dark the sisters conspired and Brooker afterwards the Hess' purchased -
tober meeting to order and then lavender ageratum. The head table one stop where a small girl from a Saturday, November 1. The shoot planned a party inviting a few enough property for a home
I turned it over to Pat Slack,who gave held an arrangement of bronze and poor family that had a speech Im' will be held in the old Clyde Cone friends to help Mr. Hess celebratehis and vegetable garden. Having beena
an inspirational message on "Be yellow mums. pediment would board the bus. Field located on the south side of 80th birthday Oct. 11. Joe Hess Is tiller of the soil Joe said there isn't
I Happy Attitudes". She compared New members welcomed into the Several of the older children would Highway 18 in Brooker. Those join a remarkable fellow and doesn't any difference In growing
\ the thoughts therein to our Holy BIclub were Etta Faye Thornton & tease and heckle her. She was ing in the activity may sign up for look his age. Being a Yank at birth vegetables in any of our states. You
i ble beautitudes. Sandra Gallagher. Luncheon guests always very calm, never became the Turkey Shoot Sweepstakes. The he was born and raised in Illinois. Asa must know the four basics the soil
I Thelma Jennings, program chairwere Patsy Welch and Beverly Dur- angry but would face her tormentorswith grand prize is a one-week trip for young man he married and movedto how to work it, when to plant andlast
I man for the meeting, introduced ranee. a sweet smile and say; Twinkle two to Cabo San Lucan, the sport- Missouri where he purchased a but not least when to gather.
I Judy Moore and Jim Laws, who President Thomas reminded the Twinkle little star, what you say is sman's paradise.A farm and settled down to till the soil This is an unbeatable team of factsas
I spoke on mental health of the young members the club will have open what you are. How many of us could few of the prizes offered by the and raise a family. When the need his many friends will tell you.
adolescents. They are both affiliated house October 24 from 2:00: p.m. have been so calm?There is a lessonto corporate sponsors are: one set of arose he took a job at a sawmill. Thai is those who have shared the
I' with Grant Center Hospital in Ocala 4:00: p.m. honoring teachers, retired be learned from this little poem four Goodyear tires, Purina Hi Pro Working there for some time at fresh produce raised by this kind
' Even though the weather was teachers and returning teachers who and as God fearing people we should dog meal, 50 Ibs. per month for one various jobs, he finally was assignedthe man. Joe, may we add a belated
I sweltering hot outside,the Woman's.will be in Starke for the 90th anniversary recognize it. Thank you, Rev. Cran- year, Jim Beam Labrador hunting job as an edger operator Therehe Happy Birthday and hope you will
ford for sharing this little gem with decanter limited edition remained until retirement in 1972 have
Club was beautifully arrayed with celebration of Bradford High dog Browning many more.
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us high grade bolt rifle John Deer A' A A'A' "A' a" a.
fall colors depicting the pretty Homecoming. 51 SV chain saw plus many, more. JK w wr i r.rrreTPcix T*trw-wr tar: ."R''A': rr.wwr.
Riverland Fire chief Tony Stalnaker says all

Pine Level Baptist To Feature SpeakerDr. Club... you guys and dolls out there prime
Several members were present at and clean the old shot gun, do a little RepublicanPolitical
the Riverland Music Club meetingheld target practice, then come on down.

.. Wayne Martin, president of thousands of pastors and mis- in the home of Mrs. Vera
will be sionaries around the world. Clyatts last Thursday. During the
Arlington Baptist College, Personals...
guest speaker at Pine Level Baptist meeting final plans were completedon | Rally
Roman Alvarez, pastor of Pine fund raising projects to help We were sorry to read of the recent -
Church this Sunday, October 19. Dr. Level and a former professor at Arlington finance several small goals and one death of Hazel Ruth Woodin.
long range goal. A report was givenon Mrs. Woodin was the mother of a
Martin will be preaching in both the |
morning and evening services. College invites! everyone to the Annual Suwannee District former resident, Mrs. Polly Wait. Saturday Oct. 18 :
-- attend the services this Sunday. Bi Club meeting held at the Thomas Polly and Howard are now retired ,
Arlington Baptist College, formerble study will be at 10:00: ( a.m., morning Center in Gainesville Oct. 1. The and reside on Lake Ann near
ly Bible Baptist Seminary, is located. President of the Florida Federationof Melrose.
service I at 11:00: a.m. and the Music Clubs presented two merit | PEANUT BOILING
in Arlington, TX and is one of the evening service will be at 6:30: p.m. awards to the Riverland Music club Miss Deborah Green of FSU at .
oldest fundamental bible colleges in The church is located three miles and a plaque to member Thelma Tallahassee was the weekend guestof c <<
America. It is the Alma Mater of west of Starke on Highway 100. Boltm as having been chosen as her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley COME HEAR '
., .... .. Woman of the Year. Green.
Members present for the occasion, .ICI( | THE CANDIDATES .
i nnPfpce; United'Methodist: : Will were; Elouise Ramsey, Dene Ward, .,'. c
Thelma Boltm and Nell Mann. # 5:30 p.m. *=NS '.nfe ) :.tc
Celebrate 98th Annual Following this report a program of Mrs. Wynell Vickery and
HomecomingThe music was presented by members of daughter, Ann Britton of << {(
the club. Piano and organ duet by Gainesville, were the Sunday luncheon -
Grace: United Methodist Services will be at 11:00 a.m. with Vera Clyatt and Dene Ward; a piano guest of Mrs. Inez Green. In
Church of Lawtey will celebrate District Superintendent Dr. McCoy duet by Nell Mann and Elouise lie evening, Mrs. Lucille Edwards, (t Edwards Road /P/fT Xi i ffc
Ramsey; a song by Rettie Mae Par- Mrs. Inez Green and Miss Shirley c/ J
;heir_98th annual homecoming: service Gibbs as guest speaker. rish and Mamie Jo Douglas accom- Green visited with the Howard Starker j*

Sunday, October 19. Members attend. and friends are invitedto panied Brown. on the piano by Blanch Wait's near Melrose. **.ft:.*:*.*****:* ******* **

After the meeting a delicious
covered dish luncheon was served
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Tammy Powell HonoredAt :' iJl'r ; : < 1":" ,, < A'''
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Bridal ShowerThe Dc-Clcchon Campaign

was the Starke setting Golf for &a miscellaneous Country Club Now Open ItCampbell's ; Florida House of Representatives [Dislricl( ( 21

bridal shower given by Mrs. Robert Po ftt t Ollicc box 2542 ., Orange Park Florida 32067-2542
McRae and Mrs. James Hobbs for Electronics
Tammy Powell, bride-elect of Ron- Telephone 904 2691777Dear t
ny Patrick. 132 E. Call Street Downtown Starke }
Their wedding is set to take placeat Citizens of Bradford County,

the Post Chapel, Camp Blanding,
Oct. 18. : We Service All Makes of TV's & VCR's
on During political campaigns rumors are circulated which may or may not be true.It .
The Ball Room was decorated
with white linen cloths, different has come to my attention that people are saying I am for casino gambling. Thisis

shades of pink and mauve, silk This Week's Special totally untrue. I am now and have always been against casino gambling.
flower arrangements and candles. Organized crime is always envolved in thjs activity. With 17 of 29 organized crime

mints The, guests punch and were cake.served Approx-nuts, 1 Q% families currently located in Florida we certainly do not need any more, nor the

: imately 20 guests enjoyed the off prostitution, pornography, drugs and other horrors which they bring.On .

festivities. on All Repair Work
J.O.Y. Class Luncheon November 4th I will vote against casino gambling and urge you to join with

me in saying no to casinos.
Scheduled Oct. 17

The Kingsley Lake Baptist J.O.Y. OPEN 10 A.M. 7 P.M. Sincerely,
f Sunday School class will have their tIJ
j regular monthly covered dish lun- MONDAY SATURDAY )/ Ndx ju/A.U...
cheon October 17. at 12:00 noon in RC'pllb": C
I the fellowship hall. IM I'M 1 AtK
There will'be a special program.All :: Chance Irvine
Store 964-4045
Res. 964-4536
senior citizens are invited. .. ;
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Sunday Woman's At Day Mt.Set MorlahThe u a Chicken & SizeDinner Shrimp

young adult women of Mt. Pic-A-Flic VISA, MC
Morlah United Methodist Church
r are celebrating Women's Day on LayawayMon. ifH
I Sunday, October 19, at 4:00: p.m. : Video
j. The public is invited says Rev. 5
Willie Session, Jr.

Eastern Star Supper I Free Membership Two Tasty Favorites!

: Starke Chapter 224, Order of the
; Eastern Star, will have a Family Enjoy generous portions of tender'biteaize
Night Supper Saturday, October 18, Tues: Thur. 2.00 each or 3 for *5.00 1 fried shrimp and delicious

I at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Wednesday 1.00 each chicken fillets, served with }
\ i. boneless
All Masons and their families are french fries, fresh cole slaw, $3 69

invited to attend. "'"i Friday Rent 2 Get 1 Free two Southern-style hush puppies,sweet .

Results of the Oct. 7 duplicate I ..j; <, Saturday Rent 3 Get 1 Free &: sour sauce, cocktail sauce and a H For A Limited Time Only

bridge game: 1-Lucile Green Mar- lemon wedge.
jorie Thomson; 2-Allene Brew -
4-Doris Tibbetts -
Frankie Rhea Johnson Semser.; 10-9 pm Mon.-Sat. AD-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner 2-Piece Fish Dinner

$400 Country-style fish fillets French Dinner includes: 2 go.'iVn-brown: fish
per day 12-6 pm Sunday fries Cole slaw Hush puppies fillets natural cut french fries, fresh

Lu-Esther Ch. O.E.S. Tartar sauce. Offer Good For a379 cole slaw, 2 Southern-style hush $2 29

Celebrates 4th Annlv. Dining Room Service Only puppies. .

Lu-Esther Chapter O.E.S. will '
celebrate our 4th annual anniversary .' Lawtey City Limits on US 301 South
night October 17 at .
on Friday i D's
New Bethel Baptist Church at 7:30 .
:: 62Pu!
p.m.The speaker of the hour will be' L- 782-3233 i
Rev. Howard, pastor of Allen Chapel seafood place.
AME. Come and help us lift up the
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name of the Lord. l

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HOW'S THE FAMILY? Southside Elementary News .

Happy Birthday to our only Jerl Thompson.
By Rev. Ed Kirkland Terrific Kids of the Month... and for outstanding leadership in September birthday,David Thomas. We would like to wish .
HAVING ANOTHER CHILD Southside Elementary School, P.E.,Beth Lee and Jonathan Elderl! Mrs. Ilobb's 2nd Grade... Crawford a happy birthday, Oc
students All this week our class ha;
are once again Mrs. Hobbs' 2nd
par grade class Is off
I am going to make an assumption That means I'm probably in trouble ticipating in the "Terrific Kid of the Mrs. McKinney's 1st to a great start! We've just finished plained what the "PledgtAlligance"
already. But, assumption is that most of you reading this already haveat Month" program. The "Terrific Grade.., studying about dinosaurs. Some of means on the mm
least one child. Again, I said, most of you, not all of you. But, that Kids" win a cheeseburger, french We are currently studying beginning the special activities in this unit included announcements. They were Rirf
assumption is a basis for the subject I would like to discuss. fries and a medium soft drink from and ending sounds, rhyming making a dinosaur booklet, Baugess, Sabrina Flowers, r
It is the experience of having another child. Notice I said "another" McDonalds.The Winners have earn words, listening skills and alphabet making fossils, and cooking Hannah, Estefanie Pormatilo, i
child For some of you it would mean your second and for others, your ed their award certificates and acitivites. We completed a social dinosaur stew. A special thanks to Crawford Sam Telhen,Greg <
third. Anyone with more children than that probably can't afford to buy the McDonalds meals for a variety of studies unit on the Family and are the parents that helped. Tracy Dukes, Suzanne Griffis.}
paper and even if they could, I seriously doubt they would have the time to reasons, including:' Improved now doing a unit on"All About Me". We welcome Mrs.Kathy Gaines as The following students Month"were fro |
read this school work and ed for "Kid of the
anyway.However behavior,continued With Halloween rapidly approaching intern for the sempsf
let's turn our attention to a couple of practical (at least I hope success in academics, and outstanding we are decorating our Mrs. Keddish's 3rd Grade... grade: Scott Thrift,
they are) remarks about the addition of another child to your family. This attitudes toward school and room with ghosts,witches,and ack- Thomlinson,Jacob Henderson, [II
past March we were blessed with crossing over that milestone of life. their peers. This program is sponsored o-lanterns. We started having Spelling Congratulations who made to 100 the follwngstudents Unit 6 cus Moore, Jonathon Elder, Hd i
Therefore, these !itmes come out of immediate past and present ex through the Guidance Dept. Tests and those who made 100 on on Johnson. L
test Monica C.J.
periences.For The spelling : Busby, Unit 7 spelling test the folio?
September winners Included their first test are Creasie Bennett
one thing, if you are anticipating another child,the pace of your life the following students: 1st grade Bobble Jo Doughman, TerriHolloway Crawford Hudson, ,Tammie Maranda Holley Hutchinson, Natasha, students made 100: Ricli Jf
is going to change dramatically again. In fact, it will be just about as Jeffery Nettles, Renee Smith, Beau Stella Jackson, Brand! JSikke Jackson, Andrew Lawrence Baugess, Andrew Lawrence,
Brandy qf
dramatic as the first time The type of change will depend on the age of Pearson, Adam Marchesel Kelly Lewis, Jessica Marshall, Antwan Libby, Marcus ,
your youngest child But, I'm convinced the change will be just as Renkin and Lori Musson.2ndgrade. Mitchell, Carrie Mosley, Gwenn Jason Libby, Noel Norton, Greg Greg Page, Terry Paul,
dramatic. For instance,if your youngest is still in diapers,you are about to Angle White, John Wolf, Steven Nevitt, Kelly Rankin,Jasmine Reddish Page, Tery Paul, Angle Randolph, Smith, Jennifer Swanson, Sljj
graduate to a three carton per week family. Also, things such as feedings Phillips, Trent Patterson, and Sean and Jimmie Wright. Sonya Smith,. Sharon Thomlinson i ,. Thomlinson, Jeri Thompson
which you thought you had down,are about to get much more complicated.On Connaughton. In 3rd grade Scott Congratulations to our "Kid of the -- --- a'_,_
the other hand, if your child is a little older, as my son is, you have Thrift, Sharon! Thomlinson, Jacob Month', Kelly Rankin. :
another type of change coming. Remember how you could finally go just Henderson, and Marcus Moore. In Students making all A's on their A r 0
about any place you wanted again? To restaurants,take that longer vacation 4th grade Johnny Todd, Maurice first report card are: Terri _
go to see friends and stay late? Well, you can forget all that for Moore, Carmen Bass and Tanya Halloway, Stella Jackson, Brandi
awhile. You must realize you are going back in time to those earlier days. Anderson. In 5th grade Dena Grif- Lewis, Antwan Mitchell, Travis
Another thing, you are going to end up handling your second child dif fis,Jennifer Johns Kim Jones,Shell
ferently. You have seen it before.The first time,when he or she developeda Dwavne Franklin and Odom, and Kelly Rankin.
fever, you called the doctor immediately Now, unless they're sweating, James McKay. From Mr. Wood's Our favorite learning center this
you don't even take their temperature. Not because you don't love them as class Harold Johnson; Mrs. week was the "Clothesline 9 jj4i1''
much, but because you are used to it. You have changed as a parent. You Chandlers' class-Michael Simpson: Alphabet".
have )learned some things. Not many, but some. -
Listen, don't let the stress of having another little tax deduction around
cause you too much grief. It's true that they are going to cause some major j
changes around the house for a while. And, it's true you and your husbandor WEED LEAF
wife are going to get depressed sometimes that you can't go out to din
ner because of a new feeding schedule. But, on the other hand, it's also a #941
chance to see a brand new life with all kinds of possibilities. A clean slate, GRASS TWIG
so to speak.
This all means you have an exciting challenge ahead. It won't always be
easy, but it will be worth it. Don't be caught off guard,expect the changesthat V + 6f
new son or daughter will bring so you can concentrate on the joys. r DRESS & GIFT SHOP & TRASHBLOWER
Besides, look on the bright side, after you have it all figured out, and are r
ready to meet your new child with enthusiasm about the future, you may ="2" .... V
yet be in for a surprise. He or she could be twins!
Ed Kirkland is pastor of the Kingsley Laka Baptist Church on Highway t\C.t\ : iFff" :
16 at Kingsley Lake If you want to submit a family topic or respond to an :s I
article you may call his office at 533-2018 or write to: HOW'S THE FAMI- MAKES YARD AND DRIVE-
LY?, Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, Rt. I, Box 586, Starke, Fla. 32091. MAGIC FITSPECIFICS WarmWRIT
Names/addresse are not printed. WAY CLEAN-UP A BREEZE /

t 100% Poly-stretch Royal EXTRA POWER & GAS POWEWEEDEAI'ER ]
Church Command Fabric, Visa 140 MPH AIR VELOC
Bradford /
Baptist finished. Using our highly ONE HAND OPERATI
\ successful Royal command QUALITY VIBRATION DAMPENING HAN
"" stretch). We've added -
Dedication Service Nov. 2 p.#,'' the tummy control panel
and side-Inset elastic feature onthe
A.coIns Ih
waist band. This pant Is an Improvement
Bradford Baptist Church will hold The Grounds". 9.oa, OnIyll9ASSEMBL
the successful -
,, upon very
dedication services for their new The church is located 1/8 mile off WInI"? r Tp WI1l. Levi)Bendover style.
church building Sunday, November 100 East on Griffis Loop (UOOA).
2, 1986. You are cordially invited to come V t J .-i Reg.$27.00 $129.99
Sunday School services start at 10 and share In our excitement and joy i
By Pykettes
a.m. with church service at 11 a.m. as we dedicate our new church
There will be special music and immediately building to the Lord. '>
following the service If you need transportation please VI 18.99or i
please plan !to slav for"Dinner On call 964-5552 or 964-4168. .. .
See the new gas powered blower and other Weed Eater quality produc
I 2/3500

r ,. $ ( 539 East Call Street
.., tIt: Starke 964-5745 "
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Bradford Square Shopping Ctr. ZT n Although vry d at.r hu bMn pullynohled/pus' otter Mm individualdMtoi
Open M-Sa.9:30-5:30 VISA I.g I | nolpanieipaM' If'on*"you" Mfcct do.nol,lM.noth 'rliMdOT' 12)3ag-taue)
S64-SOS1 """
t n.art,saurtt of offer WI guaram**adcquata stock ovtrtlMd pric. r
One of the earliest known harmonica concerts was,..olven in 1846.._ M

I ; o i s t a playground IS NOT for Saints AttenEt'iA

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for All Occasions"U.S. Goodman FURNITUREKim "When You Care Enoughto
"Flowers Seeber & Personnel Celebrate 122nd
AnniversaryThis Send the Very Best"
301 South 1011 N. Temple Avenue & Jan Johnson
Near Bradford Sq Shopping Centy
964-7954 964-5899 9641771WESTERN

POWELL'S BOWEN'S coming Sunday, October 19,. 1986 will be a DEWITT C. JONES STEER]

DAIRY FREEZE PEST CONTROL"Draw celebration time for Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. It FUNERAL HOME FAMILY STEAK HO J

"Home of the Footlong Steak" Nigh to God and He is their annual "HOMECOMING" Sunday. It will mark Distinguished for Over,50 Caring Years Service From All of Us at Western S
1212 N. Temple Will Draw Nigh to You" James 4:8: U.S. 301 South t
their 122nd as a church. Steve &Cindy Futch & Staff I
964.6567BRADFORD 984-52M year 914 E. Nona 964-a200-Keystone 473-3178 964-8081
"We have many reasons to celebrate this year,"

TITLE DIMPLE'S says their pastor, Rev. Ed Kirkland. "The Lord is actively B & M STARTER ANDREWS

& ABSTRACT"We STYLE SHOP blessing our church in many ways." Certainlyone & GENERATOR DRUGS ,

encourage you to worshipthis Dimple Overstreet & Staff of those blessings would include their newly 238 E. Washington Street Ervin Andrews
week & every week. 117 S. Thompson Street
964-6881 964-5780 remodeled sanctuary. Also Kingsley Lake Baptist is 964-5274 964-7170

actively involved in reaching new families for Christ.
STARKE These, along with other things the church has done andis STARKEWe

DODGE, INC. "Serving You First" doing may very well make it the "newest old church Rebuild Starters, Superior Quality Home I

"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street around". Alternators & GeneratorsAuto at Affordable Prices
U.S. 301 South Marine Cycle Batteries
9646011CEDAR 964-5237 or 964-6313 Special events for the day will include special 407 N.Temple 964-7911 Hwy. 301 South 964-663

RIVER GRIFFIS & SONS music by the adult choir, a trio and solo's as well as Community

SEAFOODThe FIBERGLASS WORKS"We former pastor Rev. Greg Douglas speaking in the morning StateBank

Best Seafood In Town Encourage You to Attend service. Following the service there will be "Din of Starke
Worship Services at the Churchof Starke'a Only Home
236 S. Temple Ave. Your Choice"US ner on the Ground" for everyone. There will be no Independent Bank Owned I

964-5685 301 North (64-SS31 evening services due to the special activities of the Itt 8.Walnut M.I


STYLE CENTER"Your NATIONAL BANK Both former members and those who have never EXXON SERVICE ,

Family Hair Care Center" Officers Directors been to Kingsley Lake Baptist Church before are in "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Stat -

114 N. Walnut Street vited. Sunday School will be at 10:00 a.m. with worship 987 ft: Temple Avenue Hwy 301 North
& Staff 964-6111 984-7500
9648113Chastain's service beginning at 11:00 a.m. The church is located -

Jewelry NAPA AUTO just a few minutes east of Starke on the corner of S.R. Lou Ann's Azalea' CORBETT'S I j

STORE"All 16 and Lake. For information & Blueberry Farm TIRES & SERVICE
& Gift GalleryBibles PARTS Mary Dot Lane at Kingsley more
All Nature Slnas o(l e8U' i Complete Tire Sho ;
Gifts & Jewlery the Right PartsIn call the church at 5332018. Located off 100 South towards & Auto Repairs
104 W. Call Street All the Right Places" Keystone, take right on 24th. 402 N. Temple Hwy 301
964-7271 155 W. Brownlee Rd. 964-6060 Street follow signs 964-7109. 964-6436 I



"Spend A Night "Worship This Week and Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine Complete Auto Parts "Quality Work for Less' South. 3011 P
Week at the Church of
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Page HA TELEGRAPH October 16, 19116

Homecoming Services Set fet. Edward's Church made for attending the Gainesville

I Hampton Hilights"" ,.. Altar Deanery Meeting scheduled for Oct
Society Meets... 16 In Chiefland.
Oct. 19
For Beulah Baptist by Phone Dolores Meng Betty Dazlnskl, president, presided Refreshments were served by the
468-1915 and
at the meeting of St. Edward'sAltar hostesses, Josephine Gumber
Homecoming Services are Raiford, a former pastor bringing Society held Tuesday night, Sophie Kimutis.

scheduled for Sunday, October 19, at the message.A New Arrival... Among those visiting Mrs. Clarice Oct. 7, In the parish hall.
gospel sing will be in the afternoon RENEW Season V Begins...
Beulah Church located Adklns
Baptist on Mrs. Clarice Adkins of on Sunday were her
SR 21, seven miles south of Mid- with featured singers The proudly announces he arrival of her daughters, Mrs. Louise Smith of Among those having altar care Sunday, Oct. 12, marked the open
dleburg. Allegiance. Trio & The Weeks Family. great-grandson, Bradley Joel Smith. Jacksonville Mrs."Helen Richard of were Elois Jones and Melita Red ing of the Season V period of the

Morning worship services start at He was born on Sept. 221988 at St. Ocala, and 'Mr. & Mrs. Emory dish. RENEW Program being Conductedin
Is invited
to attend
11:00: a.m. with Rev. Bobby Registerof Everyone says Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville Prevatt of Starke. the St. Augustine Diocese This
Fellowship Baptist Church in Herbert Mullalv, pllstor.Join1lethodist "weighing 8 Ibs. 5 oz. Success of the Oktoberfest held at Season with the theme'Evangelisa
His parents are Joel,Jr. & Carolyn parish grounds on Oct. 5 was tion" Is intended to welcome non-
Smith of Jacksonville. Mrs. Rita Martin and Mrs. Emma reported by Chairman, Bobble practicing Catholics back to the
Putnam County Johns of Bismarck, N D.. left Thrus- Moore. Father Joseph Church an well as to invite non-
Historical Society Worship Paternal grandparents are Joel & day following one weeks visit with ed all who supported this affair, .Including worshiping persons to an understanding -
Louise Smith of Jacksonville. their brother and sister-in-law Mr. members.
at 11 of the
Plans Antique ShowThe Every Sunday a.m. & Mrs. George Werre. Arriving on

Putnam County Historical OnCableTV.ChannelSNormanWhitehead Another great-grandmother is Sunday for a visit were Mr. Werre'ssisters Members were encouraged to par- Small group meetings will be held! .
Society announces its Special Event Mrs. Don Peters of Melbourne. Mrs. Hertha Oster and Mrs. ticipate in the Respite Program being in parishioner's homes during this
the Twentieth Annual Antique Show Adela Adams of Bismarck,and Mrs. sponsored by the Diocesan Coun final RENEW Season, for a six
Matilda Zimmerman of Fargo, N.D. cil of Catholic Women. Plans were week's period.
&Sale, to be held on October 24, 25& Gratitude..
26, in the National Guard Armory in '
Palatka. The Armory will be filled to Family Reunion Cub Tigers Troop 675 of Hampton Hampton ElementarySchool

capacity with exhibitors showing a Scheduled Oct.. 26 appreciates[ from the donations receivedrecently Carnival Planned..,
large and beautiful variety of anti- Andrews Drug Store

que furniture china crystal, silver The Norman/Whitehead family for posters poster are material.now on display The at Troop the Plans are underway for the An-
& brass
items. reunion will be held at the Community Handy Way Store. Mrs. Lori Brooksis nual PTA Halloween Carnival to be
The show opens from 11 a.m. to 6 Center in Lake Butler Sunday, held Lv0TE
their Troop Organizer. at the school on Sat., Nov. 1st, 5
p.m Friday & Saturday and 12 to 5 October 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.A to 9 p.m. ,.
p.m. on Sunday with door prizes covered dish lunch will be serv- Chili and hot dogs will be available
each day. The donation of $2.50 ed at 1 p.m. ami all relatives are urg- along with desserts and other good
admission for all three Surgery...
covers days. ed to attend. foods. A variety of fun booths will be
Historical Society members will Interesting information and surprises Little Russell Kawcliffe under- featured.
serve homemade food in the dining are in store for all. went surgery on Oct. 9 at Bradford
area of the Armory at reasonable Hospital, Inc.Visitors. .
prices.All Carnival Chairman Louis

funds received by the Societyare Emanuel Baptist ... Marney, announces that $100 cash
and several other prizes will be
used to furnish and operate the Sets Gospel SingA Charles Prevatt of New York City given. The children's principal
Historic Bronson-Mulholland House spent a recent weekend with his
consist of two BMX Bikes
and Putnam Historical Museum gospel sing will be held at the mother, Mrs. Clifford Prevatt, and prizes and boy's.Parent .
located in the 100 Block of Bronson Emanuel Baptist Church on Saturday other family members. They were
St. in Pal tka. They are open on Sun- Oct IB, al 7 p.m. at the church celebrating Mrs. I'revatt's and participation and ocm- 1 1a
day, Tues. & Thurs. afternoons and located off SR-235. Marcellene's birthdays.
are free to the public. Go west on SIM00 and turn left on Glen Mattheus ol Folkslon Ga., munity support are essential for / e
another successful Carnival!
The Historical Society appreciates SR-235 then continue 2 miles and spent Friday with his mother Mrs. 1
the support of all their friends and turn right to find the church. Louise Mattheus Spending from
those that enjoy antiques for their Regular services will begin at 10 Sunday to Wednesday with Mrs. Adult Classes...
attendance at this special 20th an- a.m. with Sunday School on Sunday Mattheus were her daughter and Reading, writing and math classesare
nual show. Oct. 19, and continue with an 11 a.m. son-in-law. Mr. & Mrs. Marcus being held at the school on Mon-
and a 7 p.m. church service. Lamer, and her grandchildren, Mr. day and Wednesday evenings from 6
Everyone is welcome to attend. & Mrs Kenny Wilson and Amber all to 9. Anyone interested in improvingthese
H pot Idv by Joann ft. .
Refreshments will be served after- Welgol' Comp TreatSERVI&TAR
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36. 1986 TELEGRAPH Page9A

I Poor Offensive Performance the Key at Baker Marion is Next IAn E

anemic offense left Bradford period, immediately following the
High on the short end of a hard- Bradford field goal, and.put Bakerup
fought 13-10 game which Baker High 73.: i
won in Macclenny last Friday night Baker used the power option with bJ nI
Oct. 10. Lee Ellis a 6-1, 170 sophomore w
It was sweet revenge for the home refusing to be tackled easily and
town Wildcats who were beaten 21-() repeatedly getting crucial first i
in Starke last season. Friday night downs with 8 or 9 yards to go. :
Baker turned the football over live The teams then traded fumbles fir'":
times, including three times in the and pass interceptions before Baker
fourth period, but the visiting Tornado got the football on its 40 yard line '
footballers failed to capitalizeon when James Thompson, a 5-10, 145 n It.b'
the breaks. pound junior speedster, returned a
Tornado punt 20 yards to the Baker i is.
Chance Fizzles... 40. Three plays later Thompson got
Down 13-10, Bradford got the football through the Bradford front line and
on the Baker 30 yard line with ran 40 yards to the Bradford 16 yard
2:27 to play, then lost 8 yards in two line where Tornado Darrin Patter
running plays and threw two Incomplete son make a touchdown saving
passes in the face of a tackle. "
Baker rush in which 8 players lined Lee Ellis ran left end for four 4 f ,, A& '
up on the line of scrimmage and yards, Thompson ran right end for : ,
charged for all they were worth.The five yards and Ellis went five yardsup ; :
Baker players also exhorted the the middle of the Bradford 1E
hometown crowd to yell making it defense for the second Baker TD, 1v.
difficult for the Bradford players to which put the Wildcats up 13-3 with y ,,
hear the signals called by the 1:51 left in the third quarter. i
Bradford Comeback...
Tornado TD... Following the second Baker TD, Defense...
Down 13-3 going into the fourth the Tornadoes began their 68 yard It was a defensive struggle against Baker County last Friday night but Darren Patterson Linebacker Bill Hamilton, and an unidentified BUS I
period, Bradford drove 68 yards, touchdown march. the BUS Tornadoes came out on the short end of a 13-10 decision. defender.
with the help of two 15 yard penalties Running back Rodney Jones foundan Shown above closing In on the Baker running back are defensive back

A on Baker, to score. Bradford nar- open lane over the left side and ... --
rowed the Baker lead down to three ran for 12 yards to his 44 yard line. ,$
points, 13-10, on a booming extra Three passes from QB Johnny Clark BALLET
point kick by David Hamilton. fell incomplete but Baker drew a North Marion Will Be FavoredA t '
15-yard penalty for a late hit on the I t. CLASSES
Late Chance... third pass, giving BHS a first downat t tt

After linebacker Gary Wise the Baker 41 yard line. quick, tough North Marion football around the end and go 10 yards up- noseman on defense. t Courtney's t tt
recovered another Baker fumble at team will be a real handful for field then lateral back to a trailing NM also puts tremendous School of Dance
the Tornado 49 yard line, it looked as As the 3rd period drew to an end, Tornado gridders on Bradford Field running back, Tornado coaches pressure on the punter and extra t t
if Bradford would score again. A 17 Tornado running back Rodney for an 8 p.m. game tomorrow night point out. QB Torino reads the point kicker They put nose man has expanded to Starke. Classes
yard pass to wideout Cory Strong Mosley ran right tackle for four Friday, Oct. 17) defense very well, says Coach Leonard Thomas, 195, 6-0, 11, at end t biting offered In ballet and tap. t tt
gave Bradford a first down on the yards and running back Greg Pitt- The North Marion defense is Hurse. and let him come. Thomas has
Baker 35. A hard 14 yard run by man ran three yards to the Baker 34. far the quickest defense BUS will) NM will also break the wishbone, blocked lour extra points, Coach t For Information Call t
sophomore Rodney Mosley, another QB Clark missed wideout Cory play, says Head Coach David Hurse. and run a wingback, go to two tight Hurse says.
QB Johnny Clark pass to Cory Strong at the Baker 15 yard line on Plus, the North Marion players are ends, and two split ends. There are No. 40. Jere Hawkins 186, 5-9, 12, I 964-5326 t ta
Strong, and a run up the middle by the first play of the fourth quarter. big and tall, though six sophomorsare usually two men in the backfield, is a !strong runner and blocker who or 473-7757 ,
fullback Greg Wiggins gave Brad- Then QB Clark hit 6-4 wideout listed as starters. however.NM punishes! tacklers from the fullback '-'- --- ---....
ford another first down on the Baker Patrick Diggs for 10 yards at the Coach Hurse is also very impressed throws the football quite a bit. position.
20. But there, Bradford was penalized Baker sideline at the 25 yard line. with Colt quarterback Damion jB Torino is a good medium range Lell hall no. Ii. Williared Thomas, JANET'S SECRETARIAL
15 yards for illegal use of the Plus, Baker was penalized halfwayto Torino, a 6-3 186 pound junior, who passer. Favorite receivers are No. 5-10, 162 10, a hard runner with excellent
hands, pushing the football back to the goal from the 25 when a executes the North Marion wishbone 21, split end Bruce Nichols, 5-7, 124, outside speed. Right hall is SERVICE
the Baker 35. Wildcat player said something to an offense very well. QB Torino will I run 11 t, and No. 45. Leonard Thomas, the See Page lOA Complete business bookkeeping
official, the penalty being tacked on- Payroll A tax forms
There the drive stalled as BHS to the completed 10 yard . ... . ... . . .'... .H.... . .. Student prepared
pass. - - - papers proUiiionally typed
threw three straight incomplete QB Clark next threw a 12.5 yard Resumes prepared
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Baker player who dropped the football Diggs in the far corner of the end-
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ford lined up for a 44-yard field goal pass, then held the football highso Your! TIM'S CUSTOM CABINETS
attempt, but instead chose to run the the BHS bench across the field ,
J. football, and QB Clark was sacked could see he had come with it. Cabinet .. .. BIBLE CHURCH
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3-0 Tornado Lead... Bradford failed to score. ,y
Stare CONSTRUCTION Sunday Service . 11-12
Bradford opened up a 3-0 lead in
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goal by David Hamilton. Bradford Brad lord High I 0 0 1 Ii
moved the football 30 after Baker High 7 0 0 d II
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fumble recovered 1 .
by Tornado tackle First Downs 10
Eric Nazworth. Bradford moved the Ruining Yards 7119 2..222 Gran' 16 East 2.3 miles OF GOD

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High players "out-quicked" Tornado coaches point out. the Baker: 45. and-QB Johnny Clark that even If the ball had been movedto Effort Was There... Jenkins has 7 tackles and 3 assists.

the Tornadoes to get into the Brad- hit wideout Cory Strong for 19 yardsto the Baker 30 it would have been a Cornerback Darrin Patterson had 8

ford backfield, Bradford coaches Hurse Takes Blame... the Baker 26. Then! with Baker longer field goal than BHS has kick- It was a Coach pretty good, over-all effort tackles. Mike Grey has 6 tackles and
Sexton who said his
reported after looking at game "I feel like I blew it," says Head thinking pass, fullback Greg Wig- ed this season. defense, says did linebacker Gary Wise 6 tackles, 2
a good job especially in
films. Coach David Hurse, who points out gins got 6 yards right up the middleto half assists. DT Eric Nazworth was 3-2,
the second
the Tornadoes had a good chance to the Baker 20. An illegal use of the In Right Position... .-- CB David Hamilton 3-1, DT Dane

Wildcat defensive tackles Alfred win the Baker. ame. hands penally pushed Bradford back Tornado defenders were in the The defense has to the field Clark 3-0 safetyjCory Strong 2-1.
Godwin, no. 51, 5-10. 180, and Joel 15 yards to the Baker 35. Three Tor- right position to Baker rush, too stay on
long, ...but we bring it
Burnett, no. 52, 5-11, 186, were Bradford had scored one nado passes, one nearly Intercepted, but just didn't get the job done, says ourselves," Coach Sexton., on In CB Patterson was named best
repeatedly in the Tornado backfield touchdown on a 68 yard drive, helped went incomplete and Baker took Coach Mike Sexton. other words, if the offense moved the defensive!! back of the week.

stopping plays before they got along by a timely penalty on Baker, over on its 34 yard line. football more, the defense could play

started and throwing the little Brad- to get within three points, 13-10. The effort was there, says Offen- less. If the offense scored more, that LB Brown and SSE Jenkins were

ford backs for losses. "They were Two plays later, Baker speedster sive Line Coach Jay,Godwin. would put more pressure on an oppo named best defensive linemen of the
shooting the gap and stunting and weweren't The Bradford defense hung tough James Thompson fumbled Tornado nent. week.

picking them up," says and the Wildcats coughed up the linebacker Ron Brown recovering.BHS Baker broke two 40-yard runs on

Coach Mike Sexton. football Big Red linebacker Gary had the football on the Baker 30 the Tornadoes, which set up the two Now, if the Tornadoes have more Patrick Diggs' three pass recep-

Wise recovering on the Tornado 49 with 2:27 left in the game. touchdowns. In 13 games last than one touchdown scored on them, tions, including one TD pass, got him

Bradford players were in the right yard line.Bradford. season, the Tornadoes gave up only it puts the game out of reach. named best pass receiver,
position, and were not outnumbered, drove to the Baker 34, Two runs lost 8 yards and two three runs over 20 years. This I

coaches said. where Baker intercepted a QB passes were off target under a hard season, the big play keeps hurting Monster man Mike Grey played a Coach Sexton says Ron Brown and

Johnny Clark pass and returned it to rush. Baker took over at its 38 and the defensive! effort.? good ballgame against Baker. Grey Malachi Jenkins had good

Baker stopped the late-game the Bradford 32, but fumbled the ran out the clock. has become a very consistent defen- ballgames. DT Eric Nazworth is

Bradford threat with pressure put- football back to Bradford, fullback Coach Hurse said he should have Against Baker, the Tornado sive football player, Coach Sexton "...really doing the job for us. We're

ting eight men on the line and com Greg Wiggins recovering, on the ran the fullback up the middle to try defense would stop two runs, they says. "He's had an awful lot of of- really pleased with his defensive

ing. Baker was running a 5-3 same play. to get within field goal range, in- give up a big third down run, Sexton fense run his way," Coach Sexton play, especially athe last two weeks.

defense, and put all three On first down running back stead of trying the final pass. "You points out."We're says: and has been forced to learn Mike Elder, 150-11, an offensive

linebackers on the line of scrim Rodney Mosley found an open seam know me, I'm conservative, that's in position to make a lot of qUIckly, guard, has been used at defensive .

mage and sent them. It was not in the right side of the Baker what I usually would have done" plays, We're just not making them," Linebacker Ron Brown's 8 tackles tackle. Small and quick. Elder has

unexpected, but is a Baker tradition. defense and scrambled 14 yards to Hurse savs He admits however Coach Sexton says. and 5 assists (written 8-5) led Brad- been very effective on stunts and
ford. Strong side DE Malachi Coach Sexton plans to use him more.


undersigned will;; sell (lor cash to the
Legal highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S.
Walnut St., Starke. Fl at 5:00: p.m. on the THE LAND USE PLAN Girls Finish Strong

defendant and that on Monday the 20th 27th day of October 1986, the contentsof An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive .
day of October 1986 at two o'clock on Unit No. 28 belonging to Sherrl
Land Use Plan Element and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the of the Bradford' Chonder containing misc. household ,
said day on premises
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR County Jail I will offer for sale and sell goods, by C & C Mini Storage, 1642 S. Map by City of Starke, Florida, In accordance
with the local Government Comprehensive At
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA to the highest bidder for cash In hand Walnut St., Stork., FL 32091, 9648848. Lee High MeetThe
Planning Act of 1975 as
CASE NO.: 86.357-CA dbove described of said provided
the property 10l62tchg1023NOTICE
for In Chapter 163 of the FloridaStotut.s.
IN RE: The Marriage of to satisfy the aforesaid Ex --- .

DONALD Husband C,, DUNCAN. defendant, TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Interested Bradford High girl's cross meet to meet objectives, the coach
Dolph E. Reddish Persons. country team placed sixth out of 20 says.
Bradford Florida NOTICE Is hereby given that under 9\ .
andJOANN County You and each of You and
GREEN DUNCAN are hereby teams in the 19th annual Jackson-
9/254tchg 10/16 I and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS
Wifo, herewith given notice In accordancewith ville Robert E. Lee High Invitationallast
Self that
as Storage Facility Act, the
Florida Statute that the Board of Tuesday Tri-Meet.
NOTICE OF ACTION; CONSTRUCTIVE undersigned will sell for cash to thehlghe.t Saturday. Oct. 11.

SERVICE: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO bidder at 301 South 1642 S. City Commissioner of Starke Florida The Bradford girls won a trl-meet

NO PROPERTYTO REGISTER Walnut St., Starke, FL at 5:00 p.m. on the have designated the Starke Zoning and Winner of the meet was Titusville with Ocala Forest and Gainesville

: DONALD C. DUNCAN FICTITIOUS NAME 27th day of October 1986, the contentsof Planning Board to conduct a public hear. Astronaut, the number one Class 3A High ran on the Tornado course

ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Unit No, 1-A belonging to David Pfen- ing at, In a the regular meeting Commission held at 7:00 girl's cross country team in the Tuesday, Oct. 14.

ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the niger containing misc. household goods, p.m.room Stork. City City Hall Starke, meeting Florida, state, and they are the defendingstate BHS had 18 points. Ocala Forest

dissolution of marriage has been filed undersigned Sandra S. Norman Normans by C 8 C Mini Storage 1642 S. Walnut on Thursday October 30, 1986, and champions. Astronaut won was second with 38 points, and GHS

against you and you are required to Farm 'Inc., 1 1103 S. Walnut St., St., Starke, FL 32091 964.8848. make a recommendation to the City of with 44 points.Tallahassee. could not get a team score becauseof

serve a copy of your written defenses, if Stork., Florida, sole owner doing 10/16 2tchg 1023IN Starke Commissioners and the Board too few runners.
any to It on Eugene F. Shaw Wifes, attorney business under the firm name of Nor. Leon second
whose address is 925.E NorthTemple will consider on Tuesday, November 4, High was
Florida mans Market 1103 S. Walnut St., 1986 at the same sold place at 7:30 p.m. with 50 points; 3) Orange Park, 116; Lori in
Avenue Slarke. 32091 The was by Sapp
Starke Florida Intends to register sold THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR race
on Ordinance relating to: 4) Bishop Kenny, 128; 5) Mid-
before Monday, Novembers, 1986 time for the slow soft
on or BRADFORD 13:02 a good ,
fictitious name under the aforesaid COUNTY FLORIDA : ,
The rezoning of the following described dleburg, 139 and 6) Bradford with
and file the original with the clerk of this statute PROBATE DIVISION BHS course. Felicia Davis of BHS
court either before service on Wife attorney property and amending the Comprehensive 154 points. second in 13:36. Ramona Ten-
Dated this 16th day of October A.D. CASE NO. 86 87-CP Land Use Plan to providethat was :

or immediately thereafter; otherwise 1986 In Bradford County. FILE NO. 13770IN lands currently zoned R1C 1 and without Felicia Davis nant of BHS was third in 13:55.:
a default will be entered againstyou 10/164tpd11/6 RE: The Estate of the BHS ran Christ Harrell of BHS was fifth in
designated by plan as single family
for the relief demanded In the peti --------- MARY RANDOLPH BROWN low density be rezoned to 1.1. and who was out of town due to an illnessin 14:33.: Kim Adams of BHS was 7th in

tion.DATED Deceased. designated Light Industrial, the propertyof her family. 14:42.: Achan Jenkins was 10th in

on this 30th day of September, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO CLARA F. COLSON, described as 15:54.: Robin Manning of BHS was
1986 ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Individually, the race was won by
REGISTER follows:: LOCATED OFF Eost'Brownlee at 12th in 16.35.There
FICTITIOUS Rood of Parcel
NAME Old Lawtey 14 acres out
Clerk of the. Court Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN .00000 (excepting 250' X 350') In Sec. 12:07.: is always a drop down bet-
BY Linda I PearceAs THE ESTATE
: Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the tion 27 Township 6 South Range 22 ween a big invitational and a small
Clerk Lori of BHS ninth in
Deputy YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Sapp placed
undersigned, Robert H. Munk, P.O. Box East to be used for heavy equipment home meet, because there is not the
10/2 4tchg 1023IN administration of the estate of MARY 12:40. Ramona Tennant was 25th in
128 Brooker, FL 32622 sole owner, do- storage. The did
intensity. girls a good job
RANDOLPH BROWN, deceased Case 13:25.: Christi Harrell was 28th in
business under the firm of You further NOTICE that
Ing name are given a prepping for a big meet in Deland
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA KIDTECH P.O. Box 128, Breaker FL Number 86.87-CP, and File Number copy of said proposed ORDINANCE i I. 13:44: her best time this season. this Saturday.The .

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND 32622, Intends to register said fictitious 1.3770, is pending In the Circuit Court for available for your Inspection at the office Robin Manning placed 56th in 14:56.:
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Bradford County Florida, Probate Division Achan Jenkins 57th in 14:58
name under the aforesaid statute of the Director of Zoning and Planning placed : '
CASE NO. 85.280.CAIN Dated this 16th day of October, A.D., the address of which Is P.O. Box B. Bradford County Courthouse, her best time of the season boys division was won by
RE: THE MARRIAGE OF 1986 In Bradford County. Starke, Florida 32091. The personal Starke, Florida. Ocala Forest with 19 points. GHS
GLEN A. PIPPIN, representative of the estate Is ARETHA and was second with 36 points, and Brad-
10/164tpd 11/6 Each every Person having any Interest
Husband AUSTIN, whose address is P.O. Bpx 225, whatever in the enactment of thl.propo.ed Considering that Felicia Daviswasn't ford could not generate a team score
and Lowtey Florida 32058. The name and address ORDINANCE should running the Bradford girls because of too few runners.
ROMILDA TUCKER of the appear did well, says Coach George Loper.
PIPPIN. personal representative'sottorney
e REQUEST FOR PROPOSALSThe and be heard at the time and place
Wife, forth below. BHS probably would have finished
r City of Starke City Commissionwill ore set prescribed Individual winner was Greg Shortof
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO All claims demands third if Davis had run equal to her
persons having or of OF who
accept proposals for appraisal services BOARD OF City StarkeCOMMISSIONERS ran 1821.:
: GLEN A. PIPPIN: Address for the CDBG Commercial against the estate are required, WITHIN best time this year, Loper says. The

Unknown Revitalization program. In order to THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE BY: Director, Starke Zoning S Planning girls remain on schedule, steadily BHS places and time were: Robert
YOUR ARE NOTIFIED that on action FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to improving, meeting their race to
qualify for appraisal services the appraiser 10/1611chg Thorpe, 7th, 19:27: ; Benny Jackson,
has been filed, and file with the clerk of the above
against are a
you you race objectives.
must earn at least 51 of his annual 14th, 21:37: ; Keith Thompson, 16th,
required to serve a copy of your written written statement of any claim or demand
Income from performing 17th 25:32.
defenses if any, to JAMES R. FLYNN ESQUIRE appraisals. they have Each claim must 25.28; Roger Padgett, :
The list of properties/parcels to may NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR The boys team title went. to
PetItioner' Attorney, whose address be In writing and must indicate the basis
be appraised can be obtained from the REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Jacksonville Wolfson with
is 405 West Georgia Street, for the claim, the name and address of 58 points.
Starke/Bradford County Chamber of THE LAND USE PLAN
BHS could not because of the
Stark., Florida 32091, before the creditor his and score
on or
or or
agent attorney
Commerce 202 South, Walnut Street, An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Upcoming...
November 7. 1986 and file the originalwith the amount claimed. If the claim i I. not abscence of Johnny Thompson, the
the Clerk of this Court either before Starke, Florida. The proposals for this yet due the date when it will become Land Use Plan Element and number three boys runner, who is in The statewide Deland Invitationalis
will be accepted until TUESDAY, Map by City of Starke, Florida, In accordance -
service on Petitioner's Attorney or Im due shall be stated. If the claim Is con- the same family with Felicia Davis set this Saturday, Oct. 18, at the
with the local Government
NOVEMBER 4, 1986, 4:00 P.M. Comprehensive
mediately thereafter, or a default will tigent or unliquidated, the nature of the of and was out of town due to the illnessof Deland Airport.
Act 1975
Hall Thompson Street, Starke. Florida. Planning as provided
be entered against you for the relief uncertainty shall be stated. If the claim a relative.All .
of the Florida
for In 163
The proposals must Include the following Chapter
demanded in the complaint or petition. : I I. secured, the security shall be described Statutes.TO Over 1,500 runners are expected in

Court WITNESS October my hand 6 and Seal of this 1 Cost for primary appraisal services for The claimant shall deliver sufficient : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other interested of the boys ran their best of the all divisions, Coach Loper says.
on copies of the claim to the clerk to enable Most of the first 15 or 20 high schoolsin
GILBERT S. BROWN the selected parcels/properties; Persons.You season to date. The personal bests
the clerk to mail one copy to each per. and each of You and each division expected to com-
CLERK OF THE COURT 2. Cost for review appraisal services for tonal are hereby were Robert Thorpe, who placed are
BRADFORD COUNTYBy the selected parcelsproperties.Interested representative.All herewith given notice In accordancewith 59th in 19:07; Benny Jackson 76th. pete."We're.
Interested in the estate to
Beulah Moody D,C. persons can contact Linda who a persons of this Notice of Administration Florida Statutes that the Board of 20:36; Keith Thompson, 85th, in

10/9 4tchg 10/30 Day, 964.8902 for additional informa has copy been mailed are required, City Commissioners of Starke Florida. 22:59, and Roger Padgett, 86th, working hard, preparing

---...-- -...... .------- tlon. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE have designated the Starke Zoning and 23:02. to have a good run down there, says
VERNON SILCOX Planning Board to conduct a public hear.
Each is tryingto
Coach Loper. runner
i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR MA YOR.COMMISSIONER10161tchg NOTICE to file any objections they may ing at a regular meeting Commission held at 7:00: These freshmen are taking their cut down 10 seconds per week. The
In the City meetingroom
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA hove that challenge the validity of the p.m. Starke City Hall Starke. Florida lumps but are getting a lot of ex- runners do that at the big invitational -
PROBATE DIVISIONFile decedent's will the of the meets on the weekend, when
qualifications on Thursday, October 30 1986, and perience, says Coach Loper. Like
Number 86.67.CPDIvision IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR personal representative or the venue or make a recommendation to the City of the girls, the boys are meeting( their the competition is there, Loper says.

1.3736 BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA jurisdiction of the court. Stork. Commissioners and the Board

DeceasedNOTICE 1986 at the same said place at 7:30 p.m. North Marion
DivisionIN BARRED.
an Ordinance relating to:
OF ADMINISTRATIONThe RE: ESTATE OF Date of the first publication of this ofthe described
The following
administration, of the estate of EMMA ERVIN Notice of Administration: October 16 property rezoning and amending the Comprehensive (trom page 9A) are no. 5, Chuck Johnson, 5-10, 164,
DELL D. SMITH, deceased, File Number
DeceasedNOTICE 1986. land Use Plan to providethat 11, and no. 3, Shantel Adkins, 5-9,
86.67 CP, Is pending In the Circuit Court TO CREDITORS RICHARD E. WELTY No. 2, Kevin Bradstraw, 51 I, 170. 11.
zoned R1C and 161 12.tour.
lands currently who is quick with good internal ,
for BRADFORD County Florida Probate
(Summary Administration) 954 N. Temple AvenueP.O.
designated! by the plan as single family
Division, the address of which Is Bradford movement.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Box 995 low be rezoned to B.3, and sophomores are listed as
County Courthouse North Temple DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE Starke. Florida 32091 density Commercial theproperty Nose man Thomas is a tough starters on the offensive line: guard

Avenue Snarke. Florida. The names and ESTATE: ((904)) 964.8050Attorney designated of CLARA Highway F.. COLSON described player in the NM 5-4 defense. Rich Fearnow, no. 63, 5-8, 174,

address of the personal representativeand You are hereby notified that an Orderof for Personal Representative as follows:: Corner lot 250' X 350' off Tackles are No. 30, Vince Edwards FernandGraham tackles John Johnson, no. 74, 8-1,221,

the personal representative's attorney Summary Administration has been East Brownlee (Hwy 16)) at Old Lowtey 5-8, 165, 12, and no. 75, and Chuck Preston, no. 55, 5-9, 192,

are set forth below, entered In the estate of EMMA ERVIN, ARETHA AUSTIN Road out of Parcel 2844.00000. In Section 219,6-2,11. Ends are no. 80, and center Chuck Cole, no. 72, 6-5,

All Interested persons: are required to deceased, File Number 8546CP. by the Personal Representative of the 27, Township 6 South Range 22 East, for Ron McKay, 6.3,174,10, and no. 44, 232.
file' with this court WITHIN THREE MON- Circuit Court for Bradford County Estate of Mary Randolph Brown convenience store with gas pumps. Bobby Holsey, 6-0, 161, 12. Monsterman

THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida Probate Division the address of 10/16:2tchg 10/23 You are further given NOTICE that a Tommy Sims, no. 43, 5-8, 162, NM is 2-2 this season having

NOTICE ((1)1) oil claims against the estate which is Bradford County Courthouse, of said proposed ORDINANCE Is 12, is a sure tackler with good speed. beaten Bishop Kenny 44-12 and

and ((2)) any o objection by an Interested North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida NOTICE OF AUCTION copy available for your inspection at the office Kevin Bradshaw, the offensive beaten West Nassau. NM lost to
person on whom this notice was served that the total cash value of the estate Is that Man- Ocala Forest and Ocala Vanguard.
NOTICE Is hereby given on of the Director of Zoning and Plann right half, plays safety. Cornerbacks
that challenges the validity of the will, approximately $10.000 or less and that day October 27, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock ing Bradford: County Courthouse,

the qualifications of the personal th. names and addresses of those to a.m. the undersigned Gator Starke, Florida.

representative, venue, or jurisdiction of whom it has been assigned by such Frelghtways, Inc.. will sell at public auction Each and every Person having any Interest Starke Elementary NewsThe

the court. order areName : for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville whatever In the enactment of thl.propo.ed .
: Fla. one lot of boot part consignedto ORDINANCE should '
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Melvlno Broom', 1025 Magellan Larry Roberts, Orlando, Fla.; one lot be heard at the time and app.arand place 1985-86 Annual Report of Mrs. Rother's class.

Publication of this Notice has begunon Avenue, Atlantic City NJ 08401 of auto parts consigned to Auto Bra., Ft. school progress packets were sent

9,25 86. Carolyn Bright, 721 N. PennsylvaniaAvenue Lauderdale, Fla.; one lot of coin prescribed. BOARD OF City of StarkeCOMMISSIONERS home with S.E.S. students this week. Mrs. Patterson's 4th Grade.

Personal Representative Atlantic City NJ 08401 operated coffee makers consigned to Mad Minute Champion Robbie

Horlll R. Ellington Sr. Willie Lee Grayson f/k/a Willie Lee ARA Company Miami, Fla., one lot is I/S BY: Director Starke Zoning& Planning Mrs. Tetstone's 5th GradeWe Bassett, Chris Cummings and Julie

P.O. Box 257 Washington 2441 Church Street, Sanford tubing consigned to Zayres, Delray 10/161tchg are very proud of Candi Norman Walker.

Lake Butler, Florida 32054 FL 32771 Beach Fla.: one lot of lighting floures- She was elected Super Citizen Spelling Super Stars Robbie

Attorney for, Personal Representative: Rosa Bell Ervin, 706 W. Wilson, Lake cent consigned to Progressive Lighting by her classmates for the first six Bassett, Jeff Chitty, Chris Cummings -

EUGENE F SHAW925.E City, FL 32055 Tampa, Fla.; one lot of china consignedto NOTICE OF PROPOSED SALE weeks. Others elected were Smith Erroll Hampton, Brian Sutton,

North Temple Avenue, Starke Fl All persons are required to file with Charlies, Clearwater Fla; one lot of OF REAL PROPERTY OWNEDBY Patel &: Tera Matryasic for Terrific David Wheeler, Jessica Bennett,

32091 the clerk of said court WITHIN 3 CALEN glamortex consigned to Products for Industry BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Kid Awards. Student of the six Erin Brewer, Sarah Groves, Katina
Telephone: ((904)) 964 5200 DAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE FIRST Tampa, Fla.; one lot of bumpers The Bradford County Board of County weeks was Jonathan Smith. Most Hampton Beth Modesitt Diane
10/9 10/16
2tchg PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all claims consigned to Robert Meezler, St. Commissioners I I. accepting sealed bids Improved went to Oliver Crisis &: Newham Julie Walker
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i NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE prescribed by Section 733.703 of the signed to Sea Pines, Melbourne, Fla.; to-wit.; Our Safety Patrols are Stephanie For the 1st 6 weeks we had four

Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the one lot of shopping carts consigned to The Southeast quarter (SE 1 14)) of the Sellers, Candi Norman and Crystal students who made 100% on their

Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford County. Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship DLR Supply, Tampa, Fla., to satisfy Southeast quarter (SE 1/4)) of Section 16, Greer spelling test every week. Con-

Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of Procedure.ALL freight and storage charges under theprovl.lon. Township 6 South, Range 20 East, East of We enjoyed Jonathan Smith, Jeff gratulations to Eric Cowart.Terri
ecution CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO of Section 4b( ) of Uniform River, containing approximatelytwenty
lo-wit New
: Evans and Dana Newsome from the Griffis, Paige Smith, and
Execution Issued out of County Court Lading.Pro. ((20)) acres; Gifted Classs showing us their Gulnuevere Adams, Annette Mc-
of Florida Publication of this Notice hoe begunon 02-735286 Said sealed bids will be opened at ten
L.vy County pursuant to a volcano and dinosaur they made in Clelland 4th Grade. Room 28.
Final Judgement for Levy County State October 16 1986. Pro. 14-777192 o'clock a.m. ((10:00 a.m) on Monday,

Bank of Branson. Florida and against EUGENE F. SHAW Pro. 03.862597Pro. November 3. 1986 at the regular Board

Charles P. Graham defendant In the 925.E North Temple Avenue 03.831744 of County Commissioner's meeting. Moll PRETTY CocD
Stork.. FL 32091 Pro. 14-773330 dtd 8/20/86 sealed bid to: Gilbert S.
amount oi $3.467.57 together with cost or deliver '
of collection ((904)) 964.5 _?}10/162tch_ 8 1 123.... Pro. 02.704573 dtd. 3/14/86 Brown Clerk of the Court Post Office BLAND, R S

Have seized and hove In my possession 08-824945 dtd 7/7/86 J Drawer, Starke, Florida 32091.
the following described personal NOTICE AUCTION Pro. 14 775806 dtd 7/14/86 10/16 2tchg 10/23

property to.wit: NOTICE Is hereby given that under 12.776258 dtd 6/11/86 ; The world's largest Island l Is Greenland. It's 840,000

12.foot Arlstocom Satellite, Dish and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 FS pr 14-777684 dtd 8/11/86 square mile.

A* the property of the above nnmed a* Self Storaoe Facility Act,. that the Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier


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seats last week when they glided into the football stadium at the high Mark Friedlln paid a visit in high style hitting 3495Non
school to kick off Homecoming Activities. BCT Staff Writer their "target zone' in the middle of
Above at left, a team members hits the target in front of the crowd with The skies over Bradford High the Tornado football field in a fine
were filled with colorful
perfect accuracy as members of the audience look on (top right while display of precision skydiving.The
smoke trails
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Homecoming is being celebrated.
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Charity fish tourney in Lake Butler to hook $2,000 in prizes.

The Lake Butler Rotary- Club is chandise. Third is a trophy and$200in The Big Bass Pot will pay up to -Artificial lures only may be useu, regularities will be disqualified. SR-100 from Lake Butler and turn
tourna- cash and merchandise. $500 and will cost each boat$10 additional no live bait. Decisisons of the judges are final. right on SR-231. The lake is on the
sponsoring a charity fishing to enter ($5 ). Two people Is the maximum. No boat may come in contact
Fourth place win net $150 in cash per person
,Oct. 25, left.Lake
be held
ment to on Saturday and merchandise and fifth place will number allowed in one boat for the with any other boat during the Palestine is one of the most
at Lake Palestine.The total $100 in cash and merchandise.For Entry fee for the tournament is$20 tournament.The tourney or both boats will be dis remote and beautiful lakes in
and will entitle the participant to a qualified. Florida. It is completely
of" places 6 through 10, merchan-
will give prizes
tournament merchandise in excess of dise prizes will be given. lace free fish fry dinner Saturday night. touney will begin at 6 a.m. More complete rules will be undeveloped around the shorelineand
cash$2,000 to the top 15 places in the ag will total$75,seventh and eight$50 Non participants will be charged and end at 2 p.m.at the boat ramp on distributed. at the registration on bass fishing is usually good and
gregate catch category and will and 9th and 10th $25. $3.50 for the dinner. Lake Palestine. Oct 25.Lake at times excellent.

have as a high Big as Bass$500.division which couldgo Sid Rothe, who is in charge of collecting Rules: One boats boat may ramp be launched only is beginningat availableso Palestine... For registration forms contact

First place for most pounds donations for prizes, expects 'Large mouth bass only will,be ac. 3 a.m. Boats will be inspected Lake Palestine is located approx-- Lake Butler merchants or Rotary
caught will be a trophy and $500 in more to come in soon so the prizes cepted with an 8 fish aggregate limit before launch by order of arrival at imately seven miles north of Lake Club members. Mike Clemons is
cash and merchandise. Second is a will probably be increased to the per boat. Qualifying fish must be 12 .the registration tent. Butler .on SR-231 (going toward tournament chairman, he can be
trophv and $150: in cash and m...r.Honored. first 15 places. inches long from nose to tail tip. Contestants guilty of contest ir ninQtmO H.."H toward Lake City on reached at (904) 4983840.

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everything you need to make super got savings on everything from

meals at super savings Pick your frozen foods to canned goods So

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Jerry Patton was named :Ministerof
the Year by the Starke Kiwanis I "r.T' Supedfrand

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Reverand Jerry Patton, pastorof
the First Presbyterian Church of
Starke, has been named Minister of I Barnburner "
the Year by the Kiwanis Club of Helper r bI
Starke I
ACCIDid ra E
Past Kiwanis club president I 1 j I, .
Richard Weltly said the club l '
"always looks for people who work I wiI 8 TO 11 LB. AVG. ,, .
with children, and the Reverand 1 f
Jerry Patton has that counseling LEGQUARTER5LILAC F
ability with children that we thoughtwas Atln MPIAANAT rI IiKI I
important." Welty further a1TFRRENr i 48c
stated that "we're pleased! to have
Rev. Patton in the community, and i.
feel that" he deserves the award this POWDERED BETTY ALL VARIETIES CROCKER WD.7L8.BRAND AVOI I


The Rev. Patton became pastor of DETERGENT TUNA HELPERS U.S.D.A. iiCTiR Sf" PICNIC
First Presbyterian! in July 1985,pro- ;:
viding a continuing interest in the
youth of the church, which is consis-
tent with the goals of Kiwanis. 'lz't88C, 9ge ''f- l& $158. SSe

Prior to coming to Starke, Rev. La
Patton was active with young peoplein
Nashville Tenn.,working in"Rap
House," a crisis counseling center
lor He assisted the Nashville PUSH lONG
Police counselor Department, and worked as for a a youth group BATH L98 e DEEP SOUTH 88 STEMMEDROSES $100 DELMONICOSTEAK $3 91
home for juvenile offenders.
Rev. Patton has demonstrated a HICKORY SWIIT
desire to help youth in this community Thrliftr SNOWPEAS $291
by acting as a "room parent" in SSe 320L 7ge to
Southside Elementary, and par. JUICE . I slzE CATSUP . 811. SUPlllIAND- . IB.
ticipating in other youth activities.The
(Amy to her many friends) have COCA STARKISTTUNA
three children two girls and a boy: 2'LTR$108 54c FOOD 9ge WINGS La39c
Heather, 5; Leah, 18 mos.; and An COLA . 6CANE oKG .

Nashville Rev.! Patton, and holds is a degrees native from of SWISS STYLE
Middle Tennessee State Universityand DRINKS BTL YOGURT SIZE Bff
the Louisville Presbyterian
Theological 1 Seminary.This ,
is the fourth year the local A/r.r' ,
Kiwanis Club has recognized a +k
"M inister of the Year."


Fla. BankEarnings WHOLE SLAB Of


r, $ .99EACH
UpFlorida 'Vi -I -.

National Banks of Florida, '.. I MACARONI CHEESe I
Inc., has announced third quarter NARINERPIfH MADISON WITH ROSES M SHEET or 8 INCH 3 LAYERS
1986 net income of $6.0 million, Q A w'HiRpP BIRTHDAY CAKES '
representing earnings per share of SALAD HOUSE' D
$.23 primary and $.21 fully diluted. :- "
:. This net income level represents a TOMATOES POT PIES ,- TOPPING 3(1Jr' $688
53% decrease from third quarter EACH

Primary 1985 earnings and fully of diluted$12.7 earnings million. 58c 4 $100 ,7 2 $100 .

p per share decreased 54% and 55%, 8.0t. 8-0t. J I AVAILABLE IN
from$.50 and$.47 earned in the third ,. SU' DELI STORES ONLYI' .
quarter of 1985, respectively. All per OlE.-=::Q
share data has been restated for a
two-for-one stock split distributed to
stockholders June 30, 1986.
Based on the third quarter results,
net income for the nine months end-
ed September 30, 1986 was $33.9
million with primary earnings per
share of $1.29 and fully diluted of WINNDIXIE
$1.19. Net income for the nine-iponth
period decreased 4% from the $35.5
million reported in the comparable
1985 period, exclusive of the $38.4 .
the sale of F'oouHr
million after-tax gain on -. '
Alliance Mortgage Company in 34 3'I PRICES GOOD : 4 RESERVED Np,
February. 1985. Primary and fully Supermarket WIMMM KMM me.COPVMOM1
diluted earnings per share declined THURS. WED., : 1MI
@ OCT. 16-22, 1986
7" and 9% from 1985 levels of $1.39
and $1.31, respectively, exclusive of
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Model of the Month



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Paul ami Pam Wheeler pose beside the boat which Paul took a first
held the Suwannee Kiver. w---- L' /.
place in during quurtvrmile races on
Paul's bout reached speeds of over !IO miles per hour during the race. SAWYER GASLHF1i

Starke man wins / 1 rC ,,fr.1v1 /


River Drake

By MaikKriedlin clock, then on the day of the race, he

HOT Staff Writer lined up against fellow competitorsand ..,. i'r'j
Starke resident Paul Wheeler has raced head to head. : "'7'"
always loved boats, and going fast "There weren't too many pro
was Just part of the enjoyment. blems with wake from other drivers FOR 39 YEARS THE GAS
He got the suprise of his life two (especially if you are out in front the ,
weeks ago when he entered a boat entire time, like Wheeler was) but CAN RELY ON!
race held on the Suwannee River steering was a little tricky when
and took first place in the "Class E gusts of wind came up over the S
Quarter Mile Drag". water," Wheeler said with perhaps a Dearborn
"You think he was suprised," said bit of understatement, "You had to 1.1 1
wife Pam Wheeler, "You should adjust for them a little but it really Thermostat Control 4t;
have seen the other competitorsmany wasn't too much of a problem. So lit-
( of who had been racing for tle of the boat is out of the water at 3 Speed Blower -

years) they were very suprised." speed that a little steering" input can T R NOW ON :
Wheeler has been interested make a big difference. ,0 .
boats, racing and speed for the better Pam knows the danger is there 50.000 BTUlHR .
643.00 155.00
part of 12 years and it paid off in she bought Paul a $300 life preserverfor 65000 488.00
the race when he defeated a group of Christmas which will hold an unconscious BTU/HR 776.00 228.00 548.00

veteran drivers head to head in the driver upright in the SAVE UP TO 50% ON GAS HEAT COMPARED TO Carrie is modeling our New Natchez Trace for fall.
mile. water until help arrives in the eventof ELECTRIC
Paul, who lives on Colley Road in an accident. $29.99 Blouse $31.99 Skirt
Starke, was piloting a Hydrostream "You can't think about it too
boat powered by a 200 Horsepower much, but you know the danger is S4'egda y Z'ie4 The
Mercury outboard.The there," Pam said. "I have faith in _
pilot of this boat had better his driving" PAYING HIGH PRICES!
like speed and danger too, as the Paul made five runs against his :
craft reaches speeds of over 90 milesan competitors and was declared the -.-0--\,- OPEN 10 am 6 pm 452 N. Temple Ave.
winner late in the afternoon when all rw o.n '
hour in the quarter mile run.Paul's --: MondaySaturdayPhone Across from High School
the times and finshes had been com-
boat is built to exact 964-5772 VISA MC Layaway
specifications and the hull shape pared by the judges.
was selected for pure speed. Thee "I'm looking" forward to the next 332 W. MADISON ST PH. 964-7701
wait is constructed; so only 16 incites one already, Paul" said. "It really
8 of( the hull i ia'in the:water! at any one gets in your blood.
3 Ijjme? duri &14 gh s&t"dmnli} ; PrOne A! 1* Al I ''
mistake at than'!.pced aruf-

well, Paul has seen film clips of Tarketf
water racing accidents as we all

have but felt enough confidence in No More Stinky Perms .
his driving ability to take on the > VINYL FLOORING
challenge, supassing many other, NO-WAX
more veteran drivers in the process PERM SALE SPECIALPaul
during the time trials.
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racing on Sunday, there very
few complaints.The Alan. Tina Clemens
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scenic banks of the river in eager anticipation rebate
as the drivers revved their Hairplanes
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Paul was awarded prize money
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win, and says he's fired up now and
wants to go on and race at other
events in the future.
Paul had plenty of help and sup-
port 1 from his "pit crew" wile Pam
The Difference..:
and Tom and Shelly Bowen. He also Introducing

got race.a a special prop-welding assist from job Don before Maineson the Because good health hasa _. .

Paul bought the boat from a ,
to do
lot looking good. '
dealership! in Jacksonville and spent ".S.' \ "... m ,.>>:
over a year on his off-time experimenting is : ,
with the equipment Merle Norman
( and motor height) and getting \;;. '" r .
prop a total .
the boat ready to race. g "
Paul makes practice runs on'' :;. IiAt to beauty. .. '','.., >'",
Kingsley! Lake on the weekends and -" "" Skin .. .. ": .
is looking forward to the next race. And now, The ',\. ':-.. .:::
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race is going to be right now becauseof '. ,!
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the fuss they over } "I
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"There is some talk of having the The Difference "Total Health and Beauty Supplements" are 1I.m;,,....,. ,. --_..- o9{" .0'.... "" ''".,..... '.'\,. .'" ... ,
next race in a section of the Cross formulated for Each convenient kuJ/---,_ _._/-J9"" ; ; l".. 'Ii.t'W'j' .
specially women. daily packette ,1 { .1Y "' '"
Florida Barge Canal (the proposed 0" d/ (JI.><-" ," \ .. .,. :; .. :.!
commercial waterway was never contains six easy-to-swallow soft gels which, together; offer more ..... U ,{t- "...'. 1.s.

completly finished) which would be nutrition than any multi-vitamin alone. .....:-/l"' tJ'J -! -., ... .- '',. \..... ...,\:,.r",',,i.I., ..K. .. .
great. It would be a nice, straight Plus The Difference offers special formula supplements for .. .. .. "'.\' y ,: "
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the entire family like anti-oxidant vitamins, stress formula, q&00&t\ ;...
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the } '
Paul way made two qualifying run in balanced calcium with D and a multi-vitamin with minerals.So ? ,,1)J'[.

the trials at the Suwannee race on stop into a Merle Norman Studio. See what a differenceThe Save $2.00 per square yard on
the first day, racing against the Difference can make for you. ,;;., ,'

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drive by the Rescue building on ;i Norm will give you a 120-gel bottle of Balanced ; t!:: LTM I TED ;af lifetime than l.rdm.1rinl.lld lloors.
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fice, while out surveying properly Woman to WbrnanMERLE
just ol f CK-225,noticed the Bronco in
a wooded area. "meRLE noRmAn Tarketf The Morkl's! most experienced flooring company.
The vehicle was recovered but
missing were a tool box and tools, .
glasses,' a knife and other items.'p ., .." -.. .
taken from inside the vehicle, value. TEAL TILE & CARPET -964
approximately $4 been made to remove an AM/KM NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO ?
radio causing damage to the dash,. 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida,
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Page 4 B SECTION October 16,1986Bradford.Union

I Girl Scouts Start 75th Celebration at CampThe

annual Bradford Union tried their hand at a silhouette much was shown prior to the fashion show,
Neighborhood Campout is a thing of like Daisy may have made in the with special appearances by our own
the past, but it was another good 1900's. Juliette Low, founder of Girl Scouts.
one. Diane Tierney let everyone participate morning everyone was
in outdoor games, relays, treated a Jungle Breakfast. Each
Approximately 250 scouts, leaders sack races. The winners were unit had bags of cereal, fruit, cheese
and parents spent Oct. 3,4,5 at Camp awarded ribbons and! prl''r, ". and donuts hanging on trees and
Chowenwaw near Green Cove Spr- bushes.
ings where they celebrated the Mary Looney and Cheryl Moss
beginning of the 75th Birthday of were in charge of Kim's Game Then it was packup, cleanup and
Girl Scouting. 1987 is our 75th Year which is a nature memory game loadup time, back to Starke,
but BU started early with a Time from the past. Lawtey, Hampton, Lake Butler
Travel weekend. LL2 Field Director Denise McCulloughlet where most of the scouts probably
the scouts make a hair piece of napped the rest of the afternoon.
Under the direction of Special the future, very attractive and
Events Chairman Laurie Mullins Io 'spacev'.
participated Friday nightin Thanks to everyone who par
everyone iT ticipated in the campout,for all)\of dances from the 1900's to now.
4VW Lunch time brought BU into Big
Great fun for all but due to the crowd Cabin for spaghetti, garlic bread! it Is a training, learning experienceand
between and
cooperation girls
and the heat we did not do as much I
salad chocolate pudding and lots of
leaders is a must. We have a few
the would have lik-
dancing as scouts 1ia 1 Na drink;,boy what a warm day. Oleeta new scouts and leaders this year and
ed. Of the
course everyone enjoyed
Hardenbrook in of the
was charge
IIt we hope they now feel welcome and
group singing.Saturday rl
kitchen and the food was served by will continue to have a great scout
hoppers with the help of a very year
morning following the capable kitchen staff (scout mamas
flag ceremony and breakfast BU and daddys). Thanks to everyone for QSP
scouts gathered for a Wide Game. their efforts, it really ran smoothly. Everyone is now involved in QSP,
Each station in the game was an activity if you would like to subscribe to your
from the past 75 years. Judy All units were on their own Satur- favorite magazine or order a tape,
Dukes and Senior Scouts 669 day afternoon, they prepared their record or cassette,call)\a BU scout or
demonstrated how to cook over an evening meal and/or met with leader. Each sub or record is $1 in
open fire with 'stick biscuits' the clusters for training or fellowship. the treasury of the local troop plus
treat of the morning. Carolyn Eaves, Lake Butler Brownie Troop 622... Saturday night back to Big Cabin helps win awards for the scout and

Joyce Sutton and Cadette Troop 520 The Brownies are: (Front row, 1-r) fhrihtie Watson, (Front row, 1-r) Jessica Howell, Jessica Klixson, for a fashion show, where scouts add dollars to Gateway Girl Scout
shared pictures, memories and Missy Hughes, Shannon Arnold, Tiffany Asian. Kara Gwyn Harvey. modeled uniforms and clothing for Council's budget
'Daisy' stories from Juliette Low's Dewees Stephanie Chandler, Beth Hurt, Whitney The girls were sponsored by Lake Butler Apparel in the 75 years of scouting. A neat The sale is through October 27 so
Savannah home. Then each scout Reiman, Rebecca Kemp. going to camp. movie called the 'Golden Eaglet' let's do our best for BU.

I Changes in Laws Effective October 1 May Be Hazardous to Financial HealthDriving REQUIREDDearborn NO VENT

a motor vehicle without a the case. have coverage, when in actuality he issued, with consequences outlined cle was obtained from the Divisionof
license plate or a current validation If an individual misrepresents in- does not have it, he is then in serious above. Motor Vehicles and the Florida
sticker or proof of insurance has surance coverage, by claiming to trouble subject to having a "D-6" Information contained this art!' Highway Patrol. A A1nAlA AAAAAAAAIAAI.IA

become a more serious violation of I Itl7
Florida laws with changes made by LUThI
the 1986 session of the Legislature. !
Section 320.07, Florida Statutes, TERWILLEGAR LOCKED OUT? irs l3t'I I I''
was amended to provide slitter
penalties than those imposed priorto "gig.* MOTORS LOST KEYS? AUTO, HOME, OFFICE

October I. If registration has been I
expired less than four months, it EDDIE STARLING r
shall be treated as a non-criminal
violation, and subject to a civil fine.If NEW & USED A-LOCk-DOC

the tag registration is expiredmore CARS & TRUCKS
than four months, the crime COMPLETE LOCKSMITH SERVICE
becomes a misdemeanor of the second Bring in your best'Y
degree, subject to a fine up to
$500 of imprisoned for six months, or deal, let me try to NOW Dead Bolts Re-Keying GAS HEATER

both. beat it! Sales & Service Keys Made
LOCATED Master Bonded Heats up to 5 rooms, 40.000 BTU
:Mobile Home Owners... Keying completely Installed with gas, 10 ft.
STARKE \ I IN. Repairs Insured Tubing Included.
Mobile homeowners throughoutthe 206 W. Madison .
county are alerted that the same 964-7200 1 STARKE Reg. NOW $248
statute applies to the validation
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October 16, 1986 SKCTION PageS

Traffic Court in Bradford, Oct. 7 ,

The following defendants appeared DWLS; fined $625 under Salvation possession alcohol beverage by
in Bradford County Traffic Army supervision, must attend DWI minor; placed on court probation 90
Court October 7 before Judge school. days, pay $50 court costs.
George H. Pierce to receive final Smith charged with DWI; case
disposition. dismissed.
Thomas Edward Burchell charged
Michael C. Wilkeron pled no con with possession of marijuana and
test driving while license suspended drug paraphernalia; pled guilty to 41 0
(DWLS)' ordered to pay $50. marijuana, was ordered to pay $50.
Terri L. Crown pled no contest George Andrew Thomas pled guilty I
DWLS; ordered to pay$50 or$101.25.>> battery; fined $101.25. I
Frank King pled guilty no valid Carolyn Hinds pled guilty ALike
driver license (NVDL); ordered to disorderly conduct; 90 days proba- the colors of a rain
pay $50 or $101.25.Margaret tion Bradford Union Guidance
Clinic. bow, carpets are available
S. Dougherty pled guiltyno
tag; produced valid tag and Jerry Calvin Wilkison Jr. pled In almost any pattern and
ordered to pay $50>> costs. guilty possession alcohol beverageby I coloration. New dyeing and I
Dougherty pled guilty DWLS; minor; placed on court probation
ordered to pay $50 costs. 90 days, pay $50 court costs. printing techniques have
Willie C. Jenkins pled guilty baying Jeff Alvin Starling pled guilty done wonders for carpet
the scene of accident; fined styling.

$106.25.Jenkins pled guilty careless drivIng COMMISSARYFOOD Other colorations are
; dismissed. STORE made possible through the
$106.25.Jenkins pled, guilty NVDL; fined SR 225 at 782.3017 US 301 Lawtey, use of multi-colored yarns

lowGasPrlcesJLi which have been
I-;; : : I .. ',' Criminal-General dyed
: Reg. Gas .77' __JK/t/ several colors, irregularly
"V". $ Change of Plea
& "1" ...i:,..,.. i'1 Unleaded .84' 0 spaced. These multi
Kirk 0
D. Miracle
'r> pled no contest to .
: driving while intoxicated (DWI; S.Hi-Test .92 --; colored yarns, when tufted
,I .,,' charge amended to wilfulwantonreckless ea. 1"Ribeyes into carpets, produce a

,. 1 and attend driving DWI;school.ordered to pay$362 > . ea. 69C beautiful floor covering.Our .
Bradford Volunteer Thomas E. Burchell charged with Canter Cut showroom is a vast
; Pork .. .. . ea.49
.... Firefighters Complete driving while license suspended; CHOPS display of highly styled
produced valid license, ordered to Boneless
30 Hour Course pay $50 court costs. Chuck Steak .. . ib. 189Etra carpets. We invite you to
"t' Randy A. Chesser pled guilty Large 29 visit and select a carpet for
", DWI; charge reduced to wilful- Eggs llatZ home or office. Carpetis

wanton reckless driving; fined $362, Ground Chuck. . 169Plus your
l Volunteer firefighters! in Bradford must attend DWI school. .Ib. a good investment.
County have completed a 30 hour John H. pled guilty to Tax & Deposit 16 oz bU..
Loggins Pk'189
Coke & Pepsi.. . .
... course! presented at the Votech Sept. failure to stay in single lane; case
dismissed. 6 Pk Long Necks&
-- 19.
'., Instructor John Stites! from the Loggins pled guilty DWI; charge Budweiser. . .. a tax 269 Teal Tile

.tP ..- provided Florida State the Fire expertise.College in Ocala All driving reduced; to fined wilful-wanton$362, placed reckless on 30! Budweiser. . . 12pk569 & Carpet

Y11iIw { lirefighters passing the course! will days school.probation, must attend DWI Busch. . . . 6Pk 229 131 N. Cherry St.
receive certification Irom the State
,M u' \ ol Florida. David J. Browning Jr. pled guilty We Accept Food Stamps Starke, Florida
\ 'tt Starke firelighters praise the DWLS; ten days in jail (on & W.I.C. Checks
V"It j cooperation between the city weekends), pay $50. Visa and Master Charge 964-7423
:r volunteers! and those in the county. Janice A. Smith pled guilty;
Being able to work together is most
? eil important, !said Stark Firelighter
'9.V Rusty Barrette. The willingness! of
volunteers to become better
qualified is also a step in the right
,ke I tj direction said Barrette. $ TEPJAVERFOOD
The Starke firelighters l are \
'"J leading the way to better qualifications "
live of the eight full tune G,. (
firefighters are paramedics and
they are continuing to take further MART
training as the opportunity arises.!>.

( 301 & SR 16)) (SR 100))


I Child Restraint Law Toughens in FI SPECIALS FOR OCTOBERAll

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b in themselves. Cigarettes per pack . . . . . . . . plus tax $1. 15
%b'er' j (iVg fatally injured as a passenger protect :

Child tougher Rt'stialtlt by requiring* Law :J1sWmade anyone atr' 90 automobile percent if accident the child are is properly reducedby son Also cited effective under this October section 1, any may per-no Bud & Bud Lite Beer . . . . . . 12 pk. 12 oz. cans $5.79

age transporting or younger any in child a passenger five years car of, restrained.Not only.is it the law, but the use of longer providing have proof the case of purchase dismissed of by a 'All Long Neck Beers . . . Busch Bud Miner . . .2/$100

the van state or pickup in which truck it is, regardless registered, of to child protect restraints the little is ones the best who way cannot to court child hearing.restraint device prior to a LayS POtatO ChipS All Flavors . . . . . . . 7 oz. Bags 99''*::

have the child in an appropriate
'- -
restraint device. -
Previously the law applied only to
a parent or legal guardian transpor F==p" sW -r
ting their own child in a passengercar You can purchase a

registered, van or in pickup Florida.truck which was Motel \ ,' 6-pack of 12 oz. ,,

Children three years of age or Temple _{y *,i
younger must be in a separate, Cans of 1PSKOU
federally-approved child restraint 880 N. Temple Avenue '
carrier. For children four throughfive Pepsi productsfor
years of age, a separate carrieror
seat belt may be used. Come Stay With Us!
Statistics gathered by the Florida

original Highway law Patrol went since into 1983 effect, when, the in- Single Occupancy . $14D&up 99 plus sales tax

dicate that the chances of a child be- ::
Double Occupancy . $17 & Up --

Meet Methodist In Starke Women Ask About 964-7357 Our Weekly Rates 'hen you purchase 8 gallons|

District United Methodist Women _
will meet in Starke at First Church or more of FINA Premium
Saturday October 18, for the Annual

Meeting. -. ..
Registration starts at 9:15: a.m. Unleaded Gasolineour
with coffee and donuts, with the
10:00 a.m. in the sanc-
meeting at ::
tuary.Luncheon. 7 ; Be Wise. .'
will be served at noon in I. Shopr4J'LI ( gasoline does not contain any ethanol or alcohol)
Fellowship Hall for a $3 donation
reservations are requested.A .
business meeting will concludethe PRICE.WISE 1 - 1 _
afternoon session, scheduled to r r------- _

end at 3 p.m. Purchase 2 Corn Dogs II Purchase 2 Corn Dogs I

Free SFCC Class for 99 for 99

For Adults Get Third II Get Third I
New LifeDo
Beginning Corn Dog Free Corn Dog Free
want need to start over 11
you or IJTEefi4VE
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in your life?
The Santa Fe Community College Gin Turkey FIN UTEe.VAvE fIN
Starke Center is sponsoring a free ,V II 'V I II
class designed to help adults make a 90' 101 FOOD MART FOOD MART

new beginning. 'Focus on the crow.1 Good thru Oct. 22, 1988 I Good thru Oct.. 22.1986 IU I
information and
Future'assistance will in provide learning the skills TR 750 w119 One Coupon per Trip One Coupon per trip

necessary to make a new start for U per Customer II per Customer I
divorced persons, widows and 705 N. Temple (US 301 & SR 16)) 705 N. Temple (US 301 & SR 16))
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homemakers and anyone who who want Is to unemployed earn a livIng Y i. Y L - ti - 1- -

or under employed. I
The class, which will meet Mon-
day and Thursday evenings from 7
to 9:45: p.m. beginning Nov. 3, will "- Canadian TRY OUR FINE
focus on learning how to plan a new Seagram'sGin '
direction in life and learning the Lord .y:...
skills for a succesful job search. Individual OldSmugglei Calvert
topics will include com- .,N
munication and assertiveness skills l /IMa R1NA
and budgeting,
management 1.75
money handling the stress of change and us- Lb....,.
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available community '
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information will In- 1299 :G.
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clude skill and interest assessments, 36 I ::::-
Interviewing techniques and infor-
mation on preparing effective Job
applications and resumes.

Dec.The 18.class It will will be run necessary from Nov.to pre-3 to 301 Liquors & Lounge MOTOR OILS

register for this free class at the 79 99$
SFCC Starke Center. 1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy 301
For more information call Lila .
Yawn at 964-5382.

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Dance AliveConcludes ;r-

Fall ,,.1,J:, ; Zd91 9A df 1'vn W : .(.', VINYL SIDING

Arts Festival ;t, r } L Ir" I II iI
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Starke looks forward to its (
First annual Festival of the Arts on ,'; I ," TRAIN VINYL SIDING
Call Street this weekend, the Ninth 'j ,
Season of the Santa Fe Community 11 :, .. .,
College Fall Festival of the Perfor J, INSTALLERSTO'QUALIFY f
ming Arts will conclude next Thursday j c
evening Oct. 23, with a perfor- \
mance by Dance Alive, the exciting J
dance company dedicated to the best JI.
in classical ballet, contemporaryworks YOU WILL
and jazz. ,
The final event of this free-to-the-

public 8 p.m.cultural at the series Starke will take Woman's placeat SAVE 50% OF SIDING COSTS

Club. It will be followed a
by recep- -------
tion hosted by the Woman s Club.
Dance Alive began in Gainesvillein
1975 under the direction of well .I.C. ENTERPRISES
known choreographers Judy Skinner
and Kim Tuttle. Their program is a
versatile and entertaining one,keep- r .; 2020 NE 12th Place
ing a unique combination of artistry i. ,
and entertainment as a goal. The !
Ocala FL 32670-
dancing repertoire ranges from the ,

and great"Bolero.Stripes George" Pas Balanchine's de Deux" to Ravel's"Stars ',>:i!l' :ALL COLLECT 9046224963Name

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The has tour '"
company a heavy ". ...I\r.
schedule this season sponsored by : <'\:. II.1I' ':
the Florida Department of State and ;:{"
the Southern Arts Foundation. Last .:::: \ Type of Home
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year they traveled from Miami to :, .. .. Address. Wood D
Minnesota giving over 200 perfor .
mances. ,. '. City Mobile
The dancers performing with
Dance Alive have a reputation of Phone
projecting a remarkable feeling of 1: 0
unity, giving them a special
chemistry that is shared by the au i.-.. ., ':t .
The outstanding quality of this

dance their backgrounds.Judy company .is obvious from A Scene From "Jump Start"

Skinner, Company Director,
has a Master's Degree from the
University of Florida. She studied in
New York with Charles Kelly, Bob
Audy, Richard Thomas, Robert Jof- Motorists to Use Caution
frey, and in Chicago with Gus Gior-
dano. She is cuurently a faculty
member of the U. of F. Theatre
Department. When Approaching Animals
Kim Tuttle, Company Director,
began her studies in Gainesville
before joining the prestigious Stut- Florida Highway Patrol Director noise. Animal riders and jwnurst
tgart Ballet as coach and staff Colonel Bobby R. Burkett Issued a should take precautionary measures
pianist. She recently returned from warning urging motorists to use ex- such as making sure they !know': how '
the animal I will react to tralfic conditions
treme caution when approaching :
Mistress for the 1984.85 seasons. persons riding or leading animals and be selective as to where : OCT 16th. THRU WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22nd IV ]Ii
Todd Bedell, Technical Director along Florida's highways. the animal ridden. Burkett adden.! S io: L.

and Light Designer, has served as Florida law places; certain precauUpon approaching persons either I
the lighting designer of the Hip-- tionary! responsibilities on motor leading or riding animals' motorist I 80 VODKAOR
podrome State Theatre. vehicle operators when they apshould reduce their speed and avoid I +
Kathryn Dandois has been prin- proach animals who are using the any startling noises or maneuvers GIN
cipal dancer since 1976.She has had shoulders of the highway. which might cause tl'u animal to bolt I MSCHMANNS
scholarships to the National Balletof The potential for injury is exinto traffic. a .
Washington and the Jeffrey Balletin tremely high in these situations.One GIN GIN;
New York. of our primary concerns is Motorist should ruili/e I hat colli-
Susan DeHoff, a dancer of statues horseback riders using the highway sions with animals such as> cattle or I 1 1.75 LITER 1 1.15 LITER
shoulders. Many times riders! horses often produce us much _
que beauty and elegant line, has are S9.JOI. 39.2ot.
trained with the Boston Ballet. unfamiliar with the horses or how damage and injury as colliding with CASE --_'-
Gary Duncan has had a scholar- they will react to motor vehicle another motor vehicle, said Burkett. I OF IS 999 71.251,99 fLPSsRMnDily
ship to the San Francisco Ballet and 59.50 ;
has worked with the Connecticut is h yLii yy VO DA u j.rit

Ballet.Tim Heflin recently returned froman a f 4& STEPHEN SMITH -. a.pL

engagement with the Zurich ,.. LUMBER
Ballet. He has also appeared with 'v 5't t
the Texas Ballet and the Fort Worth '
Ballet. L uaxl '' ,
Richard Rose had a two year Ts This Weeks Specials.
engagement at Bally's Park Place in _: ANAIIA
Atlantic City and is known as an exciting 2x4x8 . r 1.63
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and explosive jazz dancer.
Michelle Incollingo received her 2x8x12 . -r' 6.99 CANADIAN
training at the School of American "
Ballet and the Pennsylvania Ballet. Free Don Q
She has toured with the Royal Ballet 1 Delivery MAJESTYare
and the Stuttgart Ballet. r
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"s. ". .d. $6900. CITY OF STARKE Is I
t : 964-8484. 9/11 tfnchg EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS accepting applications
1981 OLD CUTLASS SUPREME for the position of
$3,000. Apprentice
1 needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr
.r NY ,964.8083.9/25 tfnchg YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear Lineman with the Electric Department i'1
Call Susan Cook, 964 6220. EOE. 12/5TF
1972 BLAZER 4x4, V-8, just tuned-up ladles apparel chlldrent/maternlty EXPERIENCED line crew. Position requires lie
honest i
speed trans, pot. Iron rearend, large sires, petite, dancewear/aeroblc clean cut A MUST! References required graduation from high school and mustbe rw !Jar
i heavy duty auxiliary Run GOOD or accessories store. Jordache, Chic able to obtain a Florida Chauffers
needs torn body work. Great for hun Lee, L.vl.) liod Gitano Guns, Calvin ; possible $25,000 first year Apply license Apply at City of Starke Personnel

';, ting. Also good AM/FM ca... radio. Klein Servlo Valente, Evon Picon, Liz phone D &calls S Motors.4/3 TF 207 N. Temple No Dept. City Hall. Applications will be LREALTYYw

t $800. Call 964-4037, day or 964.4430 Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline, received until October 24, 1986. 10/16 ,
.j. after 5:30.: Ask for Tudy. 10/2 4tjo 4/30 Heallhtex, over 1000 others $14,300 to REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks 2tchg 1023.BRADFORD .
Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate College.

.:,. 1913 TOYOTA TERCEL 5-tp*.d. am/lm, $25,900 Inventory Training fixtures, COUNTY ROAD DEPART.
?' AC runt good. Looks like newt! Coll grand opening etc. Can open 15 days MENT will be accepting & reviewing ( PHONE 96 .7776
a':' 964-6172 after 7 p.m. 10/9 tlntw Mr. loughlin ((612)) 888.4228.10/16ltpd 59230yr. Now $16.040 Call- applications for employment on Oc 205 N. Temple, Starke I
I 1975 BUICK LeSABRC auto PS, AC $500. 1000 SUNBEDS. SUNAL-WOLFF SYSTEMS. Hiring. tober 17 thru October 31, 1986. Chauffeur Cecelia Terwlllegar!
964-4151. ask for: Tony. 10/16 Itchg Buy the Best. Direct from manufacturer 805.687.6000 11/27 Ext. R5504. 10/16 7tpd license required. 812B Noith

1973 MG MIDGET Save Thousand While They Grand Street Starke, Equal -
CONVERTIBLE 1000. Opportunity
732-3449. 10/16 Last. Commercial & Residential Sun GOVERNMENT JOBS 11 I Now hiring In Employer. 10/16 2tchg 10/23. National Association of Realtors said the average existing -

ItchgMOTORCYCLES quest Lamps S Trevor Island Lotions. your area, both skilled and unskilled.For BABYSITTER NEEDED: must havereferences home is more affordable now than at any time in
1.800.228.6292. 86.324BOATS list of jobs and application call and flexible hours. the last eight due
years to steady and
((615)) 383-2627 Ext. J507 fcan 86.321 mortgage rates a
: MANAGER NEEDED for convenience 4737726. 10/16 IIchgCOMMERCIAL slight drop in the median resale price.

store Only experienced need apply. -_.a..wMrsrr.rsxwvsora.r. ..
: 1979 KZ 1000, fully dressed excellent
Pep-O Food Store. 620 S. Walnut. SPECIAL.FISHERMAN'S
shops, $1,600. Can be teen at 204 N.
1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 Starke. 9/18 tfnchg
+ St. Clair St., Starke after 2 p.m. 10/9 h.p. PROPERTY DREAM 2 BR 1 BA frame
10/23 Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home cottage, garage
,'.. 3tpd Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfn assembly work. For Info call RENT/LEASE drive-In boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby
504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 10/2 4tpd 10/23 Lake Inlet. 38000.
LAND FOR : experienced '

reliable sitter for 9 month old. M-F Streets 2 OWNER MUST MOVE cd ar boar J" an db a tan, Irep ace.

HOUSEHOLD. Fri. Sat.GOODS ft Sun.&97.moll 712 AltonRd. opphoncet. IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after 8 4682308.a.m. noon.10/9 2tchg In my 10/16 home, Hampton. Clyde W. Simpson: story 3566849.masonry 4/10TF building. range refrlg., d/w CH/A fenced yard city water & sewer,

10/16 Itchg 5. call 9645251. 3/07 tin AGGRESSIVE ASSOCIATES WANTED. PROFESSIONAL TWO OFFICE SUITE with approx. 1,456 sq. ft. Assum. mortgage 58500.

2 FAMILY YARD SALE 411 N. Broadway. United Realty of Starke. 964.8447. bath avail. Oct. 1. Adjacent to Brad UNCROWDED LIVING: 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
ford Courthouse Call
Children' clothes, twin bed, misc. PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN 10/16 Itchg 964.4667.9/11 $200 mo. Kingsley Lake Village 30500.
Herns. Sat. only. 10/16 Itchg PART-TIME tfnchgLOSTFOUND
experienced bllndstitch.
panthemmers .GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 CH&A with
: SAT. 8 AM TT Hwy 100 toward LINK FENCE Installed. Free flexible hours. Apply In person acres
Keystone. Follow signs at Silver Lake. estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. to Starke Uniform Manufacturing approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave.

Mite. Items 10/16 Itpd Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559 tfn Co. 441 E. Brownlee St. 10/9 2tchg SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED 11 FINE LOTS. Ap

GARAGE SALE Fri ft Sat. at 212 E. GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows, 10/16 LOST DOG part peklnese/port prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, monthly
Jackson St., Starke. 10/16 2tpd 10/23 NOW ACCEPTING applications for
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUJPPLY, chihuahua. Brown with white
spot on $220. ((10% for 10 )
TOOLS AIR CONDITIONER much more. 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake dishwashers & exp. cooks at Troll back of neck. Answers to the name of payment approx. years

215 N. Broadway*, Fri. & Sat. 9.2.10/16 Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights Restaurant in Lawtey. Apply In person Sandy. Left home at coiner of Rd. 16 EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES-$96,000 Heavy pines 20 acres

..... Itpd 473-4973 2/26 HnWANT only. No phone calls. 10/16 Itchg and 301 behind Step-Saver. Coll
SOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE Samsonite cleared fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 near New River.
TO 964.8094 9644251.
or 10/16 Itchg
luggage and other Itemt. Saturday THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS WANTED: White male, 19-27. to work EASY TO ENJOY-Brlck 3BR 1 '/, BA, CH/A, large family room
10/18, beginning at 10 a.m. 602 and live In Jax. Neat clean cut,
WANT TO STOP with fireplace formal living & dining room, utility room, Access
Lafayette St. 10/16ltpd THAT'S OURS responsible, no drugs. To work 15 hrs. MOBILE HOMES
beautiful Lake.
Alcoholics Anonymous week, janitorial work, $200 month to to Crystal
HOMESFOR 964.4150 -964-6219 start will Increase with time. Room In FOR SALE .INSTANT LIVING COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1981 Guerdon

SALE pd thru 11/15 my house rent free. Call anytime. doublewide-Sampson Lake Access 35000.

SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes 3891408. 10/16 Itpd 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace 1 IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY-S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100
cleaned oiled 8 adjusted. $15. Used HAIRSTYLIST WANTED: full or port-time. Bedroom, and Take
more. overpayments
East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, living room dining room kitchen
Experience preferred. Call 964.6777.
2 BR OWNER FINANCING low down pay. sewing machines for sale. James Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m.
ment. Near hospital Best offer Ph. Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy 10/16 1 Itchg 3/20 TF eat-In area or study den office all appliances drapes large

9647910. 9/18 tfnchgU.S. 16. Starke. 9648733. 12/5tfn NEW t USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I IA

GOVERNMENT REPO: no money HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical CASE MANAGER: duties responsiblefor Wells at saw Mobile Homes, 964.6407 JOY TO LIVE IN: Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA
down, low closing cost. 804 complete home repair. complete client case records, Including or 964.6408.8/1. tfnrw
L Westmoreland St. Bass Country Realty Reasonable rate.. Licensed contractor. home visits, assessment 3 BR. 1V, BA MOBILE HOME In Keystone.No spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room utility room,

698.2511. 9/25 4tpd 10/16 Call Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn documentation. & case plans. Supervision down poyment, take over skylights 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. 44000.
U.S. GOV'T REPOS: we arrange your TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call of service delivery staff and subcontractors payments. For more information call AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING-Corner Orange & Pratt
loan on all Gov't foreclosures. Bass 9646766. Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. (Both home delivered 9645647. 10/9 2tchg 10/16 '
3 Br., 2 Ba., CHSA LR, DR family room & screened In patio
Country Realty 6982511. 10/9 2tpd We will tell you how to avoid that lob meals and congregate). Qualifications 12 x 53 MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom. 1
10/16 and Increase the value of your home. Degree In social work previous experience both central heat 18.000 BTU window .HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick colonial home "

LOOK AT THIS I Just remodeled for you I 5/1 ifnFAIRFIELD In working with the elderly. unit refrlg., stove. 52000. Firm. off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.-10.09
1.720 sq. ft., CH/A w/ottle fan, 3 or 4 ROOFINGi: Free estimates Must be a resident of Bradford County. 964 5311. 10/92tchg 10/16 amenities.
BR, 2 full tile bath equip klthcen, 19 x Licensed Insured and bonded. All Have some nutrition training and ex 10 x 56 Fully furnished 1200. 9645626. acres-many
20 great room, closets galore, fenced types of roofing and repairs. Money perience. Deadline for applying: October l0/162tchg 10/23 .THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome

backyard with tool thed. Saratoga back guarantee if unable to stop leak. 24, 1986, 4:30: p.m. Please send 2 BR MOBILE HOME needs repair $500. brick & cedar home on 37% acres, 4 BR 2Vi bath plus a nice

Hgts. Concrete drive & walk. Don't Mobile Home tool 485.1556, 485-1016 resume to Suwannee River Economic 964 8877. 10/16 Itpd barn, energy efficient 133000. Ideal for horses.
miss this bargain, $56,000. Call today or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchgI Council Inc., PO Box 70, Live Oak FL
40004400444440000044MATIIEVS WALK TO EVERYTHING! 1032 E. Call St.. 3 BR, 1 /. bath
473-7541 or 4752597. By owner. 10/9 I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your childrenIn 32060 Attn: Frances I.. Terry Executive ,
4tchg 10/31 my home, days. 9647321. 10/16 Director. Salary $4.S3 : REALTY $45,000. Extra large lot.
CEDAR LOG HOMES. Precut kits starting 2tchg 10/23 $6,70/hr. 10/16 1 tchg. 441 Madison 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.

from 15600. Custom blueprint services BAKER LP GAS INC. MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE to work In motel will A Florida investment.
Starke PL :32091 Owner finance $82,322. smart
d" available. 30 day guaranteed Do you know or core what you pay for and live in. No pets, 3i miles north of [B
leliyery Cedardole Hem sp.O. Box ? Starke on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchaV INVESTORS: 438 Acres In .South Bradford County. Partially
I.-_.. 18606, Greensboro': NC27419. '((919)) We propone have a summer time" special I'andsenior "'.1"0' subdivided highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per
8541752. Color brochures available for citizens ditcount 1161..1169! dream I
Hardwood trees. Developer's
1ED I ,\<; oc. Harold Kpps !lfil- 6l6; acre.
$6. lean 86329. Family owned and operated.We \ RE"'lOF PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd.
strive to give better prices and ser r LAWTEY 125: 2 BR, 1 BA 15 acres
REAL ESTATE vice. STARKE f- plus extra septic tank 60000. Seven thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg with 150'on

We don't charge any depotits. 1640B S. Walnut (Hwy 301 5)) .E. CALL ST.: 2 or 3 BR 1 BA. CH/A, Hwy 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,0001!
;' OUT OF AREAN. Ph.: 1800635.2371 or 2596810. 10/16 P O. Box 861 4 detached 1 car garage, $31,000.

CAROLINA N. GEORGIA PROPERTY WILL WATCH CHILDREN In my home, any GREAT BUY9 acres Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR, 2 BA on 2 .NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.

;;r Lake front creek front home lots, age Experienced. Call Amanda at beautiful 3 BR 1BA home, large lots sitting close to lake, SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
.,' mobile home lots. Carolina 964-8635 for more info 10/16 Itpd $90,000
Country work & BROOKER-Trailer 14' x 56' plus lot 100' x 10020000.
ROOF COATING. Single wldes starting seperate shop carport .W. PRATT ST. i
r. Real Estate, P.O. Box 686, Hayesvllle : 3/1 CH/A stove,
.. >, NC 28904, collect ((704)) 389.8335. lean at $135. Doublewidet starting at $150. fenced 2 septic tanks 2 rcfrig., microwave oven ceiling fan, eHI & DRY14.05 Ac., 2 wells septic tank 35000.

J 86.323 One year guarantee against leaks. Sr. wells 12 x 65 mobile home $38,500. .WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.

.' GEORGIA MOUNTAIN PROPERTY. Free citizens discount. Also relevellng done. included. 400ft. Hwy 100 frontage 4 LAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR, 2 .PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide

_'_;... _. ''color brochure on our many mountainproperty Call for free estimates. 9644680.1016 $67,500.INVESTORS BA, brick veneer over 2,000 sq. SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells 3 septic tanks.
: listings. Call 1.800.554.3232 tfnchg Interior decor that must be seen
MIDDLE AGED LADY will do housework FORTY ACRES Near Country Club 90000.
-- or write; Jenkins Realty Group Inc., SPECIAL-5.4 appreciate, 9.74 acres 8 much > >
P.O. Box 734, Blairsvllle, GA 30512. by the day or hour. References furnish acres 468 ft. Hwy 301. Price nego. Some owner fin. ft'j 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.

lean 86-327 ed. 964-4082. 10/16 2tpd 10/23. $35,000 10% down 10 yrs HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 .CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000.

at 10% farm with lovely large brick < > KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.
HYPNOSIS PETS with all ammenities, Ige.
pecan LAWTEY AREA-Five acres 13000.
10 ACRES I in
trees, has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked i!
.15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.
PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for CUTE SMALL PUPPY brown with white 30000. fish ponds, near 1.75 and 441.

weight control smoking, stress, etc. markings. 5 months old. Most shots, 9 ACRES4BR. 1 BA block FARM Approx. 22.5 acres with After Hours
For help, please call 9644433. 10/9 female. 964.4690 or 9645041. 10/16 house with owner financing BR, 1 BA MH. 2 Ige. barns plus tractor Pauline Randolph 964-6323 I
Ifnchg Itpd 67000. ? & equip Many extras. 31
LAWTEY AREA: 3 BR, 1 BA, CH/A, Randy Cory 475-2597 |
14.5 &
ACRES-High dry.
acre $39,000.GRAHAM 473-7541
2 STORY BLOCK HOUSE, closeto AREA: Over 1,800 sq. ft. .0- Anne Terwillegar
town on paved road. of formal country living with all am- +
me..ities plus 4.5 acres
Owner financing 32500.
Accelerated Realty Inc. 2.5 ACRES in Hollister (Owner lot only $41,500.HAMPTON .


Phone : 964-4544 2 LOTS Lake Hampton 301. Oaks. only$18,500--$25,000HWY -Approx. 11 acres on 325, SERVICES OFFERED CEDM>

Frontage on $10,000 "Quality Work low low prices ?'
100E: Approx. /, acre with old $1/199 -
each (terms). house, $7,000. (Any Room & Hall) . . . 11 Scotchgard Available
1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke. Florida| 1 ACRE on Hwy. 16. Well. RENTAL INCOME PROPERTY Specializing In cleaning and ra-dyelng of wall to wall carpet, furniture cleaning

Homes Lot Acreage Waterfront kept 3 BR, 1 '/, BA DW with WALNUT ST.I 4 Plex plus 2 BR, 1 BA, and offer bids on commercial work

Farm CommercialNo additions, paved drive MH, 78x210 lot with parking garage. Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free. advice
Charge to List Your Property for Sale FRED SACKETT Broker BA, plus 3 BR. 1 BA frame. Shopping .Room..... Call 9S4-4997 Call .M..rot
Call and discuss It with 290 iq.II.tilticMrgi. CJiacft yellow pig**III local pfcon*book Il'''s-Br.'''onlChmMr
us. close by, 69500.
JOHN CURLES Associate AM Word Ouw.nt d at Commune

DO YOU KNOW THE MEAT BUSINESS Buy this meat processing plant on)
20 acres and be your own boss. Good home building site Priced to sell.
GREAT home 1 BA porch on *All YOU NEED Is a swing on the *
28.7 acres good land good timber and water system to livestock pens, [ front porch for this maintenance free Architect d..lgn.d,8rlck 4/4, 3,2001

machinery storage building fenced 74750. B : aluminum siding house 3 Br., fenced plus of luxurious living with many I
BUY NOW AND PROFIT Brick home nestled on 5 acres, 3 BR, 2 BA, family I I yard. Pasture Is fenced and cross- amenities. From 2 to 60 acres OWNER j

room with fireplace, large kitchen with lots of cabinets, utility room fenced iJBrpkeir fenced. 31 acres Owner says presentall FINANCED!

$49,900.GOOD oimm offers! *CORNER SR II A US 301 2 corners, 1 I
LOCATION Mobile home on Hwy. 16E. 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A well S ] '- I 1 111 COUNTRY HOMES* parcel 14.87 acres 1 parcel 55 plus I

septic, 35000. BUILDING LOTS acres. Only 19 miles to Gainesville, 6 |
VALUE PACKED OFFER Just a little work will make this a fine home, 4 BR, j Designated Appraise*; ; miles to Starke.
2 BA large living room on 1 high & dry acre with large shade trees, I 964 14522STARKE. on acres .
renovated kitchen. CHSA
27900. FL. 1 : 1 paneled walls picture window houseIs '4 lots, plus 7 acres Some paved j
BROOKER MOBILE HOME On two manicured lots, 2 BR, 2 BA screened| KITCHENS
building $25,900. SUZANNE nestled amidst 8 pecan trees. Ju.tr.duc.dl road nice pine timber Reduced I
porch storage : I Owner Is ready for an offer
301 NORTH 251 feet frame home I 25000. OWNER SAYS SELL
HWY on Hwy. large yard parking area, ,
4 BR, 1 BA. screened porch 34900. I. 1 1I COUNTRY HOME'you dreamed of *HOME BEAUTIFUL 75.200on 2 I

QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Lovely bricked mobile home, 3 BR, 1 BA | I owning. It has everything reduced! 4/2 over acres, 3/2 1700 sq. ft., CH/A many |
ft. 2000.
CH&A. well & septic, $56,900. 2,000 sq. Price Judi| ..xtral..HOMEMAKIR'5.

WANT SMALL ACREAGE 3 acres cleared, with CB home, 2 BR, 2 BA extra| I +OWNER FINANCED Country Club wash I
] large living-dining combo large garage, $65,000. ; pprlsiirsfOf' lUsldific* Iqrrrf tommcreUif area building lots on Bessent Road & dishes do laundry and DREAM answer the |

I ACREAGE 10 Acres, South Clay county residential-agriculture, 17900. | Flume Rd..NICI wainscotted
at time. Separate -
phone one
NW Bradford good mineral water, 49000.
20 ACRES county STARKI
MICK HOMI good dining room and sunken den. 3/2
I and Graham HEIGHTS ARIA well
4.55 ACRES 2.16 acres near SARATOGA
OWNER FINANCING on this 3 Br.; neighborhood 3/1H wtarport.: CHIA above ground pool. Dbl
LAKE LOTS Sampson Inlet Sampson A Crosby Lakes, owner financing.CITY renovated CB home. Three block kept 3 Br, home New roof CHSA & 32300. garage. A 20 X 25 upstairs room to becompleted
nice lots 16 W, 2 blocks from 301. .Priced for quick sale. '
LOTS 2 on Hwy. only Hwy. from new shopping center. Reduced to many...xtras.i to have your own private
HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage. $28,900. *LOCATION LOCATION Walk to *BEAUTIFUL DOUILIWIDI 10 AC BR suite. All this only $66,000.
HWY 301 SOUTH 4.5 acre with approx. 208 ft. frontage. everything. Neat as a pin and 3/2 Let ui thaw you this one. You'll

| COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space, 74900. *OWNER really wants to sell this manicured yard. 2/2. LOVE It. NSW REMODELED RIVERCOMPLITELY frame I

one) Next to Wlnn Dixie shopping *THIS HOMI IS JUST WHAT YOU *MINI-FARM letween Stark and home* excellent condition ont Ac.

FREE NOTARY SERVICES center Just painted Owner financing. NEED I Next to school. Huge fenced lake Butler, 4/2, CHIA en 8 act. Extras New carpet throughout 3 ceiling fans.

Only $26.500. 3 Br. sunken family room large Cl bldg. large pole barn. small
yard : Great for a family
PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU w/flreplace. Lg. screened porch on ,
IANTA Fl LAKI ACCUS.bc.lI.ntg.t.away
AFTER HOURS LARGE HOMI-ln city on approx..9acre. back CH/A side by tide relrlg., trash home Collier more Infor
4/2. CH4A 1900 plus sq. ft. W.Nswe aeMeIe
I Wayne Douglas.....964-6593 Novls Ward..........964-7454 | assum. mtg. compactor. Absolutely Immaculate motion
Priced Retail
at 61000. Spece NowAvelIebl.
i John Gr..n.33.2121 Bill Dodd..96-C.7..08 *DOUIUWIOI on '.'7 Act, 3/2 .
......964-7408 *AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will LAWTIY CH&A, fireplace extra nice owner
Irving Clark.......... Cindy Kurlmay At 301 Plata
love the privacy this home offers. 4/3 *ON GOLDEN POND 2/2 split plan lor sale
Tom Bement........964-6439 Don Hood.............468-1905 2,100 iq. ft. plus an extra large mobile home on 1 acre Includes glassed ready a

James Dilts...........964-8629 arage. Many outstanding feature on In porch, skirting awning, storage We Invite Inquiries 0 rt Our Other Properties
1.76 acres. shed > outside light


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I t! Starke Want Ads... .r Keystone Heights-. Ads ... '

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3 BK BRICK COTTAGE Klngsley Lake. ', '
DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Buck.- Long Pier, AC Call 964.6491.9/25 TFN PIANO FOR SALEi Wanted: responsibleparty LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, monthly FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING & BOATS

Drive Big Trucks! D.O.I. Certification. PINE FOREST APARTMENTS-2 BR opts. to assume small monthly efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR, Hand rubbed oil finishes Coll Jac,
Local/ and National Job Placement now available starting at $180 per payments on Spinet-console piano call 473.2919. 10/2 tfnchg 473-2521. 10/2 tfnchg mi-14 '
Assistance. Correspondence/Resident month. Call Mon-Frl. 95. 9646312. Can be seen locally. Writ (Include MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per PRESSURE FT. BASS BOAT trailer and 40
Training. Eligible Institution for Financial WASHING ,Houses, mobile HP motor $1600. J.C, Wynn; 4732737.
10/2 tfnchg your phone numbers) Credit Manager month. Partially furnished. Keystonearea. homes, pools decks, sidewalks. Free I -
Aid Guaranteed Student Loans. RENTALS AT THE "COVE" 1 11, $165; Elf'.. P.O. Box 8547 Ft. Myers. FL 33908. 473-2026. 10/2 tfnchg estimates Call Rob tchg 10/16. \
Call 1 ((800)) 282-8165. UNITED TRUCK $140: Tiffin & Owens Realtor 10/9 2tchg 10/16 LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. tfnchg 4733590. 10/2 W3 BUICK CENTURY Rum, needs _

MASTER Resident, Training: Tampa Fl 9645065. 10/16 Itchg ASH REGISTER dinette set, baby crib S Retired or handyman caretaker couple LAWN MOWING some work. $300 or best offer. I
Trimming edging. 4753439. .
fcan 86.320 Bedroom trailer. other acces. 964.887010/16ltchg preferred. $200 to $275 473.7269 Itpd 10/16 :
CLEAN FURNISHED, 2 mo. or Call TheLawn Barber. 4733590. Free If76 CHEVETTE
Looks and good. j
Quiet neighborhood private lot. No 1984 CHATEAU travel trailer 33 ft., rear 376-7749 or 378-8622 10/2 tfnchg Estimates. 10/2 4132452. runs I
RENT bedroom, Ig. ret., AC .self-contained FOR RENT tfnchg 2tchg TO/16-23 '
FOR pets no children. 964-5739 or 9644468. HOUSE on beautiful Silver FLOOR SACGING-DOOR DRAGGING 1978 COURIER TRUCK
10/9 2tpd 10/16 like new. 964-5813 or 732-3786. 10/16 lake. 2 BR, CH/A, pool table on 1 acre House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling 4732452. 2tchg 10/16.23 Runs good, $600.1'
ROOM FOR RENT: In large house near tfnchg lot. $375 month. 904-247-1604. 10/2 "
Service for all foundationrepairs. 1f77 DODGE
Mobile Homes and for rent. Hampton everything furnished. $100 tfnchg 473-7721. 10/2 tfnchg drive looks good, runt good. 61,000.
spaces Trailer. Gas or elec.. good cond.,
per month. 4682515. 10/9 2tpd 10/16 MELROSE AREA MH. New 2 BR, $225; I DEEP STEAM CARPET CLEANING Truck $3000. 4752050. 10/16'
Recreational vehicles welcome Phone Itpd
St. $200 toilet 1000. Small elec. fridge 3/4 BR, large LR S porch. $175 2 BR v
964.7498.9/16 tfn 2 BR HOUSE 385 Cherry per ; $160 mounted equipment. C.A; B Carpet 1979 OLDS REGENCY 98 diesel
month. Stove & refrigerator No pets. new mattress w/plastlc cover, $100. plus deposit. 16846634. 4tchg 10/2.23 powereverything '
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 Cleaning 473-7770. Keystone Heights looks new, runs great Fat'more
Evrett/Jennings wheelchair, like .
964.849810/9 2tchg 10/16 new WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR, 1 BA furnished
BA apt For more information call Lake $200. Location: NE 20th St., Paul Starling home. screened 6tpd 9/18.10/30 Information,. 4752050. Itpd
2 BR TRAILER for rent Near state prison. Fireplace, porch BABYSITTING I am a responsible and 10/16
Butler 4963141.
Apts Equal Opportunity
Furnished $220 month. $100 farm. Pauline Norman. 10/16ltpd AC $415 month, $200 deposit '
Housing 6/7 tfnchg per BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RING-Over 60 caring mother willing to babysit Mon. 1975 TOYOTA CELICA ST 4 speed AC.,
964.5161 964.7650. 904.249.7884.4tpd 10/2-23
ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 security deposit or Fri Call 4732568. Itpd 10/16 x-tra clean, magi, Sacrifice, $950.
old. Retail value $800. Make offer ;

10/16 llpd years MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA, close to townon WHY LUG THAT HEAVY SEWING 473-7618.
night. From $35 week. Discount Itpd 10/16
per per 4 BR in 964.6864. tfnce wooded lot. $235 month. Call
MACHINE to the shop. I will 197S TOYOTA .
offered for longer term Apply in come to COROLLA SR5 4 ,
964.5232 964-6398. 10/16' 1 llchg ORGAN 4732730. 10/2 tfnchg
or your home & fix It. No fix, no charge. AC, full clean
son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across gauges, tack ,
2 1 1BR HOUSES FOR RENT in downtown new $1600 OBO. For more info. Call FOR LEASE 1. 2, &3 bedroom energy efficient 4752692. Itpd 1016HOUSES economical
from Post Office. TF $850.473-7618. Itpd 10/16
964.7569 alter 6 10/16
Starke. One for $150 per month and p.m. 2tpd 10/23 apartments. 475-1048 or
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly 310 5 speed runs good,
APT. SIZE GAS STOVE.-$25 coffee
one for $200 per month. No deposits ; maple 415.2052between1a.m..10p.m.1016tfnchg FOR SALEBY needs C-U
decorated furnished. Laun joint $750. 413.7618.
everything required. Pay only the first month'srent table $12; lots of clothes, $1.00 per Itpd
dry facilities Included. Video room
and In. Call 964.5139 bag. 964 6362. 10/161tchg FOR RENT 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. OWNER
ava loble. Will, accept one child, no move or $390 Large 2 BR. 1 BA, fireplace TOYOTA COROLLA WAGON AT

pets. Palms Apts.,. 2313 N. Temple 9646566. 10/16 Itchg ALL STEEL CLEAKSPAN BUILDING SALtll'I per month. 4737086. Itpd 10/16 stove regrigerator. WD and stereo equalizer tape extra clean.

Ave.. Starke 32091. 5/1 TF 30'.50'.10"$4.990; 40'x60'xlO'-$7.490; STORE OR OFFICE space tor lease 4 interest dishwasher. $5000 and assume 10% 67.000/owner miles. $1750 firm.

$50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one FOR SALE 50'x15'xI2'-$9.590 ; units to choose from $300 per month. $33,500.473.7619.mortgage. Total 10/2-23 price, 473-7618. Itpd 10/16

bedroom, apartments with, refrig. and 60'xI00'xI2'$13.990 1 located on SR 21, near Woodland Dr. 4tchg
MELROSE South on Hwy 21, 3 BR, 3 BA.ov.r ,
cooking facilities. All utilities are Included 80'x125'14'$21,990. Other sixes Call Call CENTURY 21 SHOWCASE PROPER. 1800 FOR SALE
ft. of
in this price so why rent a room BRADFORD LIME ROCK 800-447-1900 ext. 428 anytime fcan TIES INC., Broker. 4734903. 10/2 laundry room sq. & two living car area with plus
when you can have an apartment. SALES 86330. 4tchq 1023MOBILE garage 16% FT.
electric Large eat-In kitchen MONARK S-1 BOWRIDER
Monthly rates are $200. Call us at LlmerockS Fill Dirt STEEL BUILDINGS (Quonset 8 opener.
964.5139 days. 964 6566 evenings or 20 yd. semi-loads only Straightwall) 4 only cancelled orders. with separate dining room 27X22 Lounge seats teak ski storage three.
nice built in
master bedroom with roll-in shower cooler/storages! Full Inutrumentation.
drop by and see the apartment Phone 782-3172 5/2311chg 30x50 40x62x 46x110' 55x190 with HOMES FOR SALE .
walk in Extra
CH/A fireplace brick & storage Large
manager in opt no. 7 at 314 North STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at sliding doors. 1st come 1st served fuel
cedar exterior, tank Bow rail ,
new roof fresh canvas boarding
Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Station Doublewide Home Center located 1.800.423.0052. ALLSTEEL INC. fear EDGEWOOD 2 BR 1 BA, fenced OR paint Older
platform. Johnson 135
high A fenced lot HP. RUNS
dry 1
over acre.
6'26 TF North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not 86 327. '
Mario 82 4 BR, 2 BA. screened porch 65000. James E. Powell GOOD! SS Props. CLEAN. $5500.: Larry.
FURNISHED 2 BR HOME in Crystal lake trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg NEW GREETING CARDS at Introductory carport. Homes located side by side. estate 475-1267. 10/2 tfnchg

Subdiv.,. $275 plus deposIt. Now taking INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS: prices. 1 dozen cards for $10 Including Easy terms with owner. May rent with 4734961.broker Keystone Heights MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS $100
Realty Trumpet
applications. 964.5734. 9/18 tfnchg custom made & installed. Homes postage. Group A: Family general options. 473-7044. 2tchg 10/16.23 Itchg 10/16 Trombone $4*; Guitar $90. 473-7095.:
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT off 301 S. 2BR Beautiful of N. Fla., 964 6766. 5/ITF cards Group B: Collection of General 10/2 tfnchg

C/A. on one acre. Concrete patio with MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as Greeting Cards Send checks payable HELP WANTED WORK WANTED USED APPLIANCES Kenmore

top $225 per month $100 damage $14.99 per month Call 964 6946. tfn to: Jennifer, Inc., P.O. Box 4359 Ft.Louderdole dishwasher $75
; Tappan table
deposit. Will work with you on last CHEVY 4x4 PARTS /. ton anything you FL 33338. fcan 86322. HANDYMAN-CARETAKER Looking for top
PART-TIME HELP WANTED In stove $40; 3 section glass sliding door
need. Axles front ---- Apply home and work. Can do electrical
month rent Call 964 7705 alter 4 p.m. or rear auto
$300. Call after
10 9 4ipd: 10/30 transm, transfer cases. 2 different NOTICE person at Model A Lounge Highway plumbing carpentry and various other Saturday Sept. 20.

2 OR 3 BR MH adults only no pets types, spring lift blocks big U bolts. 21. Itchg 1016BABYSITTER repair jobs. 473.2183. 2tpd 10/16.23 PIANO 4733202.FOR 10/2 SALE tfnchg- Wonted responsible

964-7619 or 964 8614 10/9 2tpd 10/16 Call 9645812. TFce
2 BR, 2BA TRAILER, lot 7. Santa Fe Trailer NEWSPAPER PLATES: Aluminum. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. NEEDED: must have YARD SALES party to assume small monthly

Park 7 -rules S. at US 301 & SR "21 Measures 24x36'. 25 cents each. Great milled to the Bradford County references and flexible hours be payments on spinet console piano. Can

468. 1777 eves. & 964 5888 days. 10/16 for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH Telegraph office In writing and paid In 473-7726. 10/16 llchg FRIDAY OCT. 17 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and phone seen number locally.) Credit Write (include your
P. O.
1 tchq 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. advance unless credit is already Saturday Oct. 18 from 8 am.2 p.m. Box Manager
8547. Ft. FL
2 BR HOUSE clean security deposit required CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIAL 1 group $5 established with this office., CHILD CARE WANTED for small child In Beta Sigma Phi. Kings Road off 10/9-16 Myers 2tchg

Ready now. 964-6166. 10/16 per foot, 1 group $3 per foot. 964-6182 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE your home. Mature lady preferred. Woodland. Itchg 10/16 1980.23 FT. LAYTON Travel Trailer.
Itchg or 964-5823. tfn HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Please call Kathy 964 6739. 10/9 4tpd FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY 105. 21 N. to Screen
air. Excellent
4 BR, 2 BA in country on paved road. HALF PRICEIII! flashing arrow signs CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 10/30 Deer Springs Road to end of Doe Trail. dition., 9044733756.awning con

Central heat 964 6664. 10 16 I Itpd $2891 Lighted non.arrow $2691 THE TELEPHONE. (Follow signs). Itpd 10/16 24 FT. AVION Itpd 10/16
3 2 MOBILE HOME in Lawtey $350; 3/1 1 unlighted $2291 free letters!I. full factory Classified. deadline Is TUESDAY r SAT., OCT. 18 3 family. Clothes, ladies, Must see to

house $250: 2,1 house $250; 2/1 apt warranty. Limited time only. See NOON prior to Thursday publication. NOTICE meets juniors, boys girls toddlers, APARTMENT appreciate. SIZE

$200, 1 'I 1 opts, $165 & $185. Tiffin, 8 locally. Call today! 1 800 4230163, Minimum charge Is 15 words for $3.50, babies jeans dresses bikes shoes, white excellent condition.- Whirlpool dryer,
Owen Realtors. 964 5065. '10 16 Itchg anytime. fcan 86.325 then 15 cents for each word thereafter CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted CB's' baseball cards shorts trailer SHORT BED TRUCK TOPPER

3 BR BLOCK HOUSE. $325 per month WOOD STOVES AND FIREPLACES to the Lake Region Monitor of. hitch slacks, pantsuits sweaters, tion. 473.3397 good condl-
964.5606. 10 16 tfnchg stock Florida's' largest selection Vermont lice in writing and paid in advance hardware and much more. Hwy 21-1.2 anytime. Itpd 10/16

CLEAN NEWLY FURNISHED & remodeled Castings Consolidated Dut- REAL ESTATE unless credit Is already established miles N. of traffic light on right. Itpd

2 BR trailer AC and nice big' yard. 1 chwest and much more Everything you with this, office.MONITOR 10/16 MISCELLANEOUSPACK
child max $225 per month plus need to install. Well worth the trip to FOR SALE STAFF CANNOT BE HELD FRIDAY A SATURDAY 8.4. Follow signs

deposit 9646714. 10i16ltnc Gainesville. The Wood Stove and RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN from Pecan St. to Paradise. Ridge. Furniture
RAT sell and
LARGE 1 BR HOUSE in town Kitchen appliances Fireplace Center 2031 N.W. 6th St $48,500 HORSE COUNTRY RANCHO A CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER baby and adult clothes. Itchg items and- Buy antiques. Used trade furniture collectible I

& washing machine furnished Gainesville Toll Free 18005242675. Fla. acres, charming 3 bedroom home. THE TELEPHONE. 10/16 I
glassware jewelry and much
$225 plus sec. deposit 964 7015. 10'16 9: 18 6tchg 10/23 2 miles to lake. Hurry! UNITED NATIONAL Classified deadline is 11.00; a.m. priorto SAT., OCT. 18 95. Good bargains Come see for yourself. One mile more. Y r I
SQUARE BALES bale. Call Thursday publication. some furniture. On Woodland east
2tpd 10 23 BAHIA $2 per REAL ESTATE 4100-CR Dr. off of
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month 964.4506. 10/9 2tchg 10/16. Belleview Kansas City MO 64112. PH: Minimum charge is 1 15 words for $3.50 SP 21- first turn past Sobo's on the left. 473 Keystone-2183. 10/2 Heights tfnchg on Highway 100. t[
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker. FIREWOOD FOR SALE-Early season 1.800.821.2599.icon 86-326 then 15 cents for each word thereafter. 1

Owner at 964 5069 or 964-4048 TF prices Pine $15 per truckload Oak t
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent., On $25 per truck load. Sunshine industries j. KANE CYCLE "'I,r,' 0'1 Mlql"st.rbscrbeTcxky-l' Hi;; i r

Highway 16 W. Close to prison 964-7699 SR 16W next to Olins Trailer REPAIRUS LAKE REGION/ MONITOR/ I ,
964.7530 468. 1323. 1010 Pork 10/96tchg 11/13 SAVE $
or Tfchg $ With t
; 301 N e 964-5805 473-2210
FURNISHED efficiencies, and mobile/ REFRIGERATOR G E. H.itpomt,. 2DR, 12 fre4 _

homes inside city weekly & monthlyJO cu. ft runs well. Can be delivered. aces ""0 Open Tins s-l Wad I-1 Thur H Frl ft Sal 9-7- I
LU Motel & MH Park 964 8810. 6 $140 3779615. 10/95tcholl 6 Estirn Homes Beautiful "c1"9

TR 2 Retail SpacesFor

("'._._.._f_-_... #442.Hawthorne.DW oni lot,-'
NEAR VO-TECH 3 BR 1 BA 5.1.; access to three lakes lovely area. Tint: Lease

Call to see.MOVING ---.1. $42.000. WINDOWSAlso 1.000, 1,250 2,750 sq. ft.

to Middleburg #443--4 plus acres undeveloped Hwy 301 s.

3 BR, 2 BA on '/> acre. fenced 8500. 964.8848.t.'t..

f FLORILANDREALTY #435--Mobile and small stucco For' II I Siding Soffit & FasciaE _
building fronts SR 100 E. Make offer.
E owner anxious. ; Awning e Screen Rooms

#427.'Lovely brick on 5 ac., fenced -
Carport e Brick or Stone APTS.
i 964.7700 born with feed tank priced right Cleaning e Parts Repairs
393 N. Temple Ave. 75900.
Discount Price for
V.rnie P. Odom Broker-GRI #39821 acres 4 Br., 2 Ba.. stucco Call
Jeanie Gagnon lame, MH hookup rents $80 a month. Tires & Batteries Brand New

Eve..964-5414 Realtor Associate 65000.( Owner financed, with 10% HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF NStarke. FlA
I down. Will 1. 2, & 3 Bedroom Units
split. .
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; : Check our commercial Investments IF 964-6766 : Low As
Beginning MS
BRICK HOME, 2 plus, 3 BR. 2 apartments motels office rental' F BUSINESS *

BA on lake Sampson Good fishing. space acreage. OPPORTUNITY $195

Access to 2 lakes Must see to appreciate. I
Lorraine Champion. Broker Call

-181 ACRES Good Hunting. Owner Fred Stafford FASHION STOP is { ,...,.,..,...:" 782-3531
will finance.
II .LOTS ZONED FOR TRAILERS u..f.f: LT'rg1 ELECTRICAL developing a new FHA

Graham area St. Rd. 100 & Lawt.y.I e..,... CONTRACTOR shopping plaza adja-: :'
.4 ACRES PLUS St. Rd. 100. Nearerto IMlttl47330M. Residential Commercial
Keystone cent to their store on t
.. Bradford
I GOOD BLDG. LOTS City water 8 Hvvy. 301 (across front BROADWAY & WALTERS
38 N. TEMPI.. ..,
I s sewer joining Green Acres. STARKE PL 32091: MOBILE HOME SPECIAL school) '
V.-_..__.._-_.._.._.. high TRPF SERVICE

200 AMP Service, pole & ONLY TWO : Removal

__" ,_' v_" J __,-.t,_(___ .
fo.SoJ W ;o..or """'""' ..,} 7'- Hookup $375.00 RETAIL OH OFFICE Trimming

New construction rewiring j SPACES are left Stump Removal

FAULKNER REALTY INC. repairs i Available for' 'occupancy ..' Firewood

by Mid-June! ,* *
485-1952 FDon't Free Estimate
221 W Lafayette Street miss out on this *
2 Blocks S. of; Hwv. 100 on I I1 IJ 301 9648830 great location! 473-7097 473-7679

9645069Susan 24 hrs. CALL 904384.0603 : After 5 P.M.
normal site &
For" Further: i Keystone Heights

M. Faulkner, GRi CRB au. Information ... tin Licensed & Insured

PRESIDENT V*******************
Realtor Associates -
Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 eves. Roberts Real Estate FOR SALE

Marty Lucille Russell Spry 964.8420 473-7694 eves.eves. 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work ,

964.6262 I Backhoe, Bulldozer

BEAUTIFUL BUILDING lots two RESIDENTIAL or one. Very large on Road 230, just past COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301, 11201FH 964-6182 .964-5823.

hospital $10,900 over an acre $50,000. Call Today!

MELROSE 1 acre hwy frontage lake privileges ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide'mobile home. Only TimVCustom-
DOUBLEWIDE furnished 1 has built-on S utility Cabinets
NICE on acre, screen porch
$75,000. Owner terms possible.
Cash terms.
LARGE room. HOUSE or In town 4 BR, 2 BA chain link fence priced mid fifty's. .CHURCH STREET -'3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. New Construction *Remodeling -- p

*COUNTRY LIVING 4 BR, 2BA. Reduced to 42900. Reduced to 35000. *,Cabinets' *Tlle Ceilings : f

f *SOME OF THE nicest land in Bradford County. 22'/ acres at $19,000 per eMO ACRES Excellent.development property In a rapidly Fre&TEstifnates

acre growing area of Cloy county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 Call Tim Thompson 'I r
PECAN TREES cover 8.71 acres with pasture & 2 BR frame house. Good
fence. 49900. per acre) I. ,. 944-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves4 -

*WE HAVE PULLET FARMS and broiler farms with acreage. Call for an op- DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 both on 1 acre. $23,000. .
lot. $11,000.e38 *...?.*********** *********! #
:ointment to see. SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront

FIX-UP HOUSE 15000. ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath .:r CYPRESS MULCH t
*27 ACRES of land for 23000. Call to see. !
frame with CH/A
outbuildings :
I It
*COMMERCIAL BUILDING next to shopping center
3 BR 2 BA In town only 25000. -10 ACRES Pecan grove, no Improvements. .'t BARK .'

POSITIVE CASH FLOW on this 2 unit apartment room to finish a third unit. eFORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plusno improvements, 640 ft. t PINE I f

HIGH > DRY this property can b.split Into small parcels.Owner will consider frontage on road. 2,9 acres with older mobile home, well

with qualified buyer tract of 20 acres 'Youtpicpor
pump, septic tank.COMPLETE : We Deliver
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA 1/1 home, 1 '/ year old. CH/A carport, fenced ; :

yard with storage building In bock COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE : Minimum ilyds. on Delivery

LAND FOR SALE at $1,300 per acre. George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker .
2 ACRES on SR 16. Owner financing. 964-6058 Evenings I Cypress Lumber I.:

*GREAT TERMS lots on Sampson Lake. .
Terry A. Gains, CSM Salesman/Appraiser I -9i -6649 j i

C 9U. I'1 Evenings L _
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Located In Union County: Times Main Street, lake Butler, Phon.
building. Coll for Information. 496.2261 for information fit
'' i ,
t bl t located In Union County Times Building
/ ru ol ISO West Main. Call 4962261, lor
u +st M WANTED more Information tin
+ HOUSE FOR RENT Three bedroom one
', FARM LAND WILL BUY OR lEASE. Call bath central heat and air. $350 a
Tom Chairs daytime ((904)542-7937.) month plus deposit. Call I 1.262.1791.
night (04)42-70SO.) 10/2 4tehg. 10/23 or 1.372.1953.9/25 ehg/tfn
HOUSE FOR RENT Two bedroom one
bath. Completely rnovaled. carpet,
HELP WANTEDTHE Hove, refrigerator, $220 per month.
First, last, plus security. Call 496-2995
4I RECEPTION AND MEDICAL CENTERIn after 6 P.M. 10/9 2tpd. 10/16
lake Butler' has the following temporary DOUBIEWIDE MOBILE HOME Three
positions available fan a cnn, bedroom one bath $200 a month, plus
.tructlon project; Assistan $100 deposit. Located In Worthington
Maintenance and Construction Supervisor Spring Call 496.3253. 10/16 tfnchg.
$9.41 per hour: Vocational In FURNISHED, LARGE MOBILE HOME to
tt f'I i structor/Plumber $7.49 per hour: responsible party $200 a month, plus
"ae Vocational Instructor/Electrician deposit. Call 4962842. Itchg. 10/16
4 $7.45 per hour: Vocational '''"ruc. THREE BEDROOM. ONE BATH HOUSE on
tor/Masonry $7.45 per hour. II in. one acre In providence area. Call
KM wreck.... terested, contact the RMC personnel 4962713. Itchg. 10/16
office by phone ((904)) 496.2222 or come SEVEN ROOM STUCCO DWELLING next
There were no injuries thin Thursday Oct. 2, accident on Lawrence truck on the right: siilc and truck Collier's vehicle ax It was turning. by In person EQUAL OPPORTUNITY to Methodist church. $175 a month
Itlvd. In Keystone Heights. Worley was riled for carrier driving, according to Investigator Brian EMPLOYER. 10/9 2trhq 10/16 Call 4963737. Itpd. 10/16
A 19KI Mercury driven by Henry L. Collier of Kll was east bound on Hit-holl.) OFFICE SPACE near court home In Lake
Slt-IOO. A 19X1 Ford, driven by Steven K. Worley of Ft. Pierce, was west- II.IIIKIKC the Ford was Si.;;9O. Damage to the Mercury was $lvoo.The TYPISTS $500 weekly at home) Write: Butler Call 4963004. 10/16 4tchg. 11/6
bound. truck was not directly Involved in the accident, said Bishop.I P.O.Box 975. Elisabeth, NJ. 07207
Collier attempting a left turn wan struck hv Worley us Worley passed a 10/16 8tpd. 12/4 PERSONAL SERVICES

Scouts t xr estimates. Free pick-up and delivery.Call .
19S3 CHEVROLET S-10 PICKUP truck. Call 496.3217.10/9 4tchg. 10/31
I 4962713. Itchg. 10/16 NEED LUMBER Custom sawing", Will br
U 1971 PLYMOUTH TRAHDUSTER 4x4 Air. ing my mill to your timber or fill your
take r pow.r steering and brakes, automatic pine or cypress needs from mine. Call
t transmission. 65,000 miles Good con Neal Vornes at 496.2063 l0/164'chg.
.. \\jN... < f .f.' dition. $1,900. Call 2752776. Itchg.
10/16 NOTICE

tripBoy CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
to the Union County' Tim. of-
47" .I MOVING SALE Rolford-brick house fire In writing and paid In advance
Scout Troop 70 began the new next to community center on Whltten unless credit i is already establishedwith
scouting year, camping, swimming, Street. Dining table with choirs, new this office.
canoeing and fishing the weekend of : A\ c4 20" wheel bicycle, quart jars, patterns, THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Sept. 5.Camp. odds and end.. B.glnnlng Thursday un RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
was set up at the Salt Spr- 8 til sold. Call 4311851. Itpd. 10/16 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
ings Camp Ground in the Ocala Na THE TELEPHONE.
tional Forest. The Scouts plannedand ,to; INSURANCEMAINES Classified deadline Is TUESDAY,
prepared their meals in pairs,so .c,. NOON prior to Thursday publication.
there was considerable variety, in- ? Minimum charge is IS words f for$3.SO,
then 15 cents for each word 'thereafter.
Deluding plenty of "junk food", Meals t4 Main Street lake Butler, 496-3978.
are normally planned and preapredfor Complete Insurance Service 4/10 tin REAL ESTATE
the whole troop, with final con-
tent approval by the scoutmaster.But OUT OF AREA
this was to be a fun campout FOR SALE
with the boys doing their own thing. Adventure... LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
There was less complaining, but Scouts the latest camping adventure include ScouliiuisU'r .,,,'K chl1lidl.S'uuhmh'r PERTY III I don't have it. I'll find it- Just
whether their mothers would have John Srli'iiidt the other did of WANTED RESPONSIBLE PARTY to ossume ask JANE S. USHER REALTOR.
was on
(from left to right) Michael Itowell, Shams Schmidt,
small monthly payments on spinet-
approved their menus is "YOUR
ques 496.2126 4962903.
tionable. Douit Snvder. Chip Crews, Jason !Morin and A""l..x".z. Hit ('a lue1'a.Magnolia. console! piano. Can be seen locally. UNION COUNTY or REALTOR.eves.' tfn

The real fun began at 7 a.m. Satur :: .._._. u' .:........- _"'-==- ..L'. :'>"" "L' ..: Write (include you phone numbers). TRIPLE WIDE MOBILE HOME Five
.\., day with an early morning swim in 66. --or" Credit Manager P.O. Box 8547, Ft.Myers. bedroom 2 bath on on. acre with'
Fl. 10/16
33908. 10/9
I' the very cool waters of Salt Springs. now fully qualified as a Boy Scout 2tchg. large pecan trees. Only $40,000.
PIANO (ELBRIDGE) $350. Call 496.3004 THREE BEDROOM, TWO BATH home on 1 1ocre.
The afternoon was spent canoeingand Life Guard. The majority of his
fishing on the Oklawaha River, training was completed at Summer 101164tchg. 1168'xlO' Cedar siding. Only 37000.
DECKS Pressure treated wood
followed by a late swim back at Salt Camp in North East Georgia. HotelDowntown galvanized nails. Call 7528291. DREAMHOME home Five bedroom, 2 1/2 both
2 $65.000.
Springs. Big time fisherman, Jason Troop 70 meets every Tuesday on acres
daytime or 755.I 905. evening 1 Itchg. CALL DICKS AND LAKE REAL ESTATE CO.
Morin, landed a two-pound mullet evening at 7:30: at the Scout Hut 10/16
753-821 05.
which added greater variety to the under the Starke Water Tower. New Starke across from Post Office doy.tlm..755.
evening meal. members are welcome. For furtherinformationocaU.Scoutmasler BOATS
Shaun Schmidt has John'
'completed ,
C.P.K. training at Vo-Tech and is Schmidt, at 9646774.
'R'o'l 1s'-fOf'Rent'
trolling motor. Plus n.w hunter drive repair), Delinquent tax property.
on trader $2.000. Call 496.3253 tfnchg. Repossessions. Call 1(805)6876000( ) ,
Child program offers meals Nightly Weekly Monthly 10/16 Ext. OH-1136 for current repo list.

Nightly-600 From $35 WeeklyJESSIE'S

Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic, Inc., P.O. Box 399, Starke, Florida Classified/ Ads HNISHING SWIRL DESIGN
32091 announces the sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's"Child PLASTERING ROLLED TEXTURED

Care Food Program." -.Z : ..,..,......... Get Results STUCCO HARD COAT
Meals will be available at no separate charge to enrolled eligible
children at the centers listed below and will be provided without regard to
race, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap. LYNN'S
Parents/guardians of children eligible for a free and/or reduced price 1 DRYWALL & PLASTERING, INC.
meal must complete an application with documentation of eligibility in- THE APTS.
formation including number and names of all household members, social LOUNGE Hwy. 16 East
security numbers of all adult household members or an indication that a 2 & 3 Bedroom apartment for Starke, Florida
household member does not have one, total monthly household income, rent. low Income family owner Phnne
Avenue Starke 964-9951
and the signature of an adult household member. Temple housing. LYNN LUTHER ((904)) 964 5517TrUTaAGEMT
The local source is the Child Development Center, 906 E. Jenkins
Street, Starke, 9646794. Festival Goers! Apply at 922 E. Brownlee St.
The Income Eligibility Guidelines for School Year 1986-87:
Household Size Free Meals Reduced.Price Meals Come on by and relax with us. Stark, FL IISIIME/TaZl a.

1. . . . .6,968 581 134 9,916 827 191 964-7133
. . .
2. .9,412 785 181 13,394 1,117 258
3. . . . . 11,856 988 228 16,872 1,406 325 COLD PITCHER ,of BEERON
4. . . . 14,300 1,192 275 20,350 1,696 392 IGUtLUUSI?
5. . . . 16,744 1,396 322 23,828 1,986 459 3.00 IO'Ulchg 10 ee
6. . . . .19,188 1,599 369 27,306 2,276 526 TAP o: -.
7. . . . .21,632 1,803 416 30,784 2.566 592 .
8. . . . .24,076 2,007 463 34,262 2,856 659 Coors Lite & Bud Lite .
Offer good from 5pm. Ill Closing
For each additional family FOR RENT

add . . . +2,444 +204 +47 +3,478 +290 +67 Bartles & Jaymes LOUNGE OPENS TOUR GUIDE
Wine Cooler 11 a.m. Daily$1.25Bottle 14 X 70 Mobile Home II"'E" IIEIlllYAT1O.ns
The Child Development Center has a Pre-School Program to provide
Air C. Heat Partly furnished Itm -IjIR/IRl4It
early learning skills to prepare children for kindergarten. The Center w nmmunMruamriani Wtt.Rllaf
also has a Before and After-School Program for elementary school age Scott. Ave. ErR 1TII'f.IoBOIT 1tU11O
children with transportation provided to and from the schools to the Close at Midnight Kingsley $250 Per fwRllSSSIMILE
Center. These programs are administered by the Bradford-Union ) ME' ,
Guidance Clinic and are funded and monitored by the Department of Month $100 Security un.' MOIIUS:uemi eat K.it s'
Health Rehabilitative Services (HRS). e Call 533.2017
The Child Development Center accepts children from two thru five 1 A.O.T.TRAfL CHOCi
years of age for the Pre-School Progam and from five lhru twelve yearsof L 10'1 Itchg 1801M323894David

age for the After-School Program. The center is open Monday thru Fri- .. ............,
day from 7:00: a.m. to 5:30: p.m., twelve months per year. The After- _
School Program is open till 6.00; p.m.
Fees are based on family income and size (immediate family) ). BROCHURES PAMPHLETS
Call 964-6794 for more information, Debra Johns Parmenter, Director. Lawson Paint & Body Shop
Now accepting applications No enrollment fee. CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY
Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

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No Injuries in Accident... heard. center Digital remote command l

Half of a mobile home overturned as it was being moved! Friday afternoon ding to Trooper Kenneth Klhritlge. control, square corner
Oct. 19.As Air hags are used to upright the overturned trailrr. Damage to the Scott picture. GMR899R
the tractor attempted to turn left from US-HOI: onto CK-125 in Lawley! ;Mobile Home was listed! as $7,11110.DON'T .
the mobile home broke loose from the frame causing it to erturn,accor-

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I Golden Knights. DYSSS ..oj"
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\ ONLYStarke = .'..........
from page 1 miles per hour in this position. IT! of RCA STEREO VCR
schedule of airshows and The marked their flight throughthe
demonstrations like the one at BUS, skies of Starke with the aid of red Fl(11x14 You owe it to yourself to see RCA's new VCR line. In features, in per.
the Knights have two demonstrationteams smoke that billows from containers formance, In reliability, truly the state-of-the-art.
that travel some 280 days per attached to their jump boots and PAl"PORTRAITS
year performing over 300 shows burns at temperatures of over 1,400
from coast to coast and around the degrees F. non
world. IN
The smoke is essential to the 26
The famous parachuting team is demonstration, as the crowd in the LIVING COLOR 19" Color TV
also a group of veterans with experience stadium found out, for at 12,500 feet 1
in air shows all over the up, the jumpers can hardly be seen 0
U.S. as they exit the plane two miles up in NOW ONLY .
he l sky. __ Wh n $288
$2. .--*
The Golden of .* Photographed
Knights are a group _
world class jumpers who leap out of At about 2,000 feet or alter 60 Balance '
on "'
their plane at 12,000 feet altitude and seconds of freefall, the jumper pull- 14,95 Delivery FLR458W" """
can land on a dime. Tile members of ed his pilot chute, which in turn <
this elite group are recognized as the deployed the black and gold main (plus taxi) FISHER Stereo System . (. $1&8
finest parachuting teamin the world. parachut that is symbolic of the RCA Color Camera . .$598
famous team.
The team has won 57 National and ( Also Available) Children & Adults *
eight World Championship titles. The show lasted a total of 37 RCA VCR Fronttoad . . . .$348
minutes as the plane slowly circled 2 8x10 4. 5x7 20
Founded at Fort Bragg, North wallets
over the stadium and the jumpersexited Save ZIJ !
Carolina in 1959, the team's 82 Swtycfau Sawy c
members are divided into two in teams and hit the red "X"in Donald Bartlett Days: Fri.-Sat. -Sun.
demonstration teams, two competition the center of the football Held. Photographer will Dates:Oct. 17.18.19
teams, an aviation section and a In the "diamond" formation, all be available Hours::1.611.51.5rTG&Y
headquarters section. They have the jumpers exit the craft at the (
performed more than 4,500 shows same time at about 11,000 ieet. The a.aoAa. :.
around the world since they were teams have some 40 seconds to com- G..MMI ,
founded. plete their formation and make a ,, ::-::=... 837 South Walnut Street
safe landing one by one in the target F.e
area. Starke, Florida 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701
Once the jumpers are in freefall
It colorful and
was truly a ( excitingway
and safely out of the plane, they to kick off a big Homecoming
maneuver through the sky at speeds Celebration. .
reaching up to 180 miles per hour.
Not falling, but flying in a sense, the
jumper will use different ... -
..movements to speed up slow down, UNDER, NEW-_.. "MANAGEMENT-..- .. -- .- .CHANCEJRViNE r
make left or right turns or cut
laterally! across the sky.
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They jump from 12,500 feet and "O\\\ CARES
up <(\ J .1.1&. R
at that height and at that speed, .0>( \1 fllu 13i
their arms and legs take on the prin-
cipal of wings, and at such sppedsthe Waterfront Eatll1g-t ii
slightest movement of the bodywill 0W r ABOUT YOURCHILDREN
bring about an instant reaction. ; t$6QSe yc
Also using their arms and legs to BEER & WINE
maintain a stable body position, a pe CHICKEN %
jumper steadily descends towardthe ; CLAMS OYSTERS PO !
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To gain speed a jumper puts bth Dinner SHRIMP GROUPER
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his legs. A lateral dive is the Mon.Thur Includes French Fries a Hum Puppies
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Recent ArrestsIn LIVE


following arrests were madein Fri.-Sat.-Sun. 468.2394 <: ifI
Bradford County by local $

Tommy Brown of California turn- ...a..................L.5'.... .............I.J.........H UH UHBILL'S =
ed himself into the Starke Police Increased Local Funding for Schools
Department Oct. 12, according to C.B. RADIOS & ELECTRONICS
Patrolman Richard Splitt. Brown
was arrested on an outstanding Electronic & Communications
capias charging trespass. Equalization of Education Funding insuring all

964-6897 101B Edwards. Road.
Leslie DeSue, 48,of Starke was arrested -
Oct. 12 on an order of arrest, One Connex $50000 CHI AM/FM students of Florida receive equal education
according to Investigator David
Aderholt. DeSue owes $3,544 in child Radio to be Raffled Off MO perticketThis
support, according to the arrest
record. will come with choice of antennaAll opportunities.
proceeds to go to Bradford County Emergency Services.
Juanita May Cloud, 31, of Starke SEE BILL IN SHOP FOR TICKETS :

was according arrested to Oct.Patrolman 11 for retail Williams theft, t eU......../1.....Please......Help.,....Only.70....Tickets.......to..be...Sold.I..1....L..1..e.HI : ABOUT YOUR COMMUNITY *
Russell. Bond was set at $210.

Rodney Adres Perry of Starke was Frequent visits to learn about your projects and
arrested Oct. 11 on an order of arrest -
according to Investigator I assist in making them a reality.
Aderholt. Perry may purge for$162. II

Glenn Patrick Russell authorities, 20, was arrested ABOUT THE ELDERLY *
by on ,
a Bradford capias charging grand

burglary theft-firearm, according, burglary to Deputy, attempted Doug Chance Irvine is working to make services availableto

York bond was set at $3,000, he was
released on his own recognizance. all senior citizens of the area.

Traffic DENMARK I I La-Z-Boy

Thomas Edwin Aaron, 25, of
i Starke was arrested Oct. 11 for driving '

(DWLS while), according license to Trooper suspended D. C. \ I I i 1 1 I I I Ii i VOTE'OV 4
t' Roberts. Bond was set at $210, he I ,
was released on his own .
recognizance. II :

Wayne C. Carter, 20, of Waldo was
arrested Oct. 6 for DWLS,accordingto forCHANCE
Trooper William Abrams. He was Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
released after a $210 surety bond
was posted. Located off 100 South towards Keystone take right on'
24th Street, follow signs or

Misdemeanor Court Call 984-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat 10-5:30: IRVINE
Michael C. Wilkerson chargedwith
possession of cannabis; case
dismissed.W. Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors
C. Reynolds charged with bad
check; case dismissed. DAY LILIES Concerned Experienced o Effective
Andy Louie Chaff pled no contestto
running fox without license; plac Rep Pd Pol. Adv.

ed on six months court probation, All Nature Sings of Jesus tin.". . ..
ordered to $50 court costs and .-' .
pay . ,
violate no laws.

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October Id. lXt! ( It SKCTION auf .II

I Attorney Receives 52 New CasesThe -n-

Bradford Office of the State Michael Anthony Davis arrested! misdemeanor divison. t .
Attorney received 52 new individual July 24 for lewd lascivious or Inde- A sworn complaint charging issuing rOQEN
cases and/or felony defendants for cent assault or act upon or in worthless check; case dismissed -
prosecution during the month of presence of child; case dillmlssl.d.nsufl'icient ; restitution made.
September. None of the cases were evidence as to this Sworn complaint charging Z
prison related according to Investigator defendant. distribution of cocaine,assault; case Sp10NOpr t
Wiley Clark. Howell Monroe Williams arrested dismissed lacks prosccutive merit.
Nov. 11 for burglary; pled guilty Sworn complaint charging worthless BEFF
Information was I filed on 39 prior sentenced to 30 months DOC. check: case dismissed,
cases and the office declined to prosecute Williams arrested Nov. 22 for restitution made.
nine cases. Four cases were burglary, petit theft; pled guilty, Sworn complaint charging sexual
dismissed.There was one jury trial. placed on probation five years to battery; case dismissed victim does .- .'..'
The office conducted one state attorney begin at end of sentence restitutionto not wish to prosecute. U.S. 301-South Starke 964-6071 ; ; :
investigation and l filed one be made. Sworn complaints charging aggravated -
felony appeal.No Williams arrested Nov. 22 for assault battery; dismissed -
burglary, grand theft; pled guilty to unable to locate essential witness.
judicial action was taken on burglary,placed on 2'y years proba Sworn complaint charging grand TBONESTEAK
two cases and five violation of probations tion consecutive to above case, theft; case lacks prosecutive merit.
were filed. 25 pleas of guilty make restitution. State attorney investigation of
Sworn complaints were filed on six
were accepted. grand theft; case closed, no probable kAAA.j
defendants charging grand theft; cause found.
the cases were transferred to misde- Sworn
Twenty-live misdemeanor cases meanor division.A complaint charging $79
threats extortion cases dismissed, .
were filed and 12 ; I
prior cases were sworn complaint charging ag-
insufficient evidence to this
dismissed by the office in Sept.,said gravated assault; transferred to defendant as a' _i
Clark. The office declined
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secute fourteen cases. Eight pleas of
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guilty were .;................................. .. .. .ii : ,
accepted.Two .. ;: ; m'u m'iIW' !\!
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petitions were l filed in .. 1 PORTE
juvenile court. Three pleas of guilty mm mmmm ERIC PACKHAM mm ,
were accepted.The rr ::::::::
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following cases received final .r. I I VI'" ii
disposition September. during the month of ... 1l1t711 I STEAK

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Bobby Lee Cohens Jr. arrested .r :: ::::::::;: '
July 17 1985 for sexual battery; pled .r r .. $ I'I'm
guilty lewd and lascivious assault .... .. ..... 299 .:
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and .
was placed 15 ..
on years probation .. .
Dec.9; July 29, 1986 Cohens was .. .. ...Ibk I
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arrested on violation of probationVOP .. .... : i L Uml1l!w .'.1
Sept.2.( ) probation charge, admitted was continued.to VOP ..... .....r.r ::::;{:';;:'' Whole I Small'TENDERLOIN :.. ..:

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Kim Andrews arrested June 7, US ., .... I "
1985 for grand theft; pled no contest .. SPARERIBS {
and was placed on five years probation ....
Jan. 6; arrested May 14 on VOP S.f d .. ::::;:;: ...
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warrant; admitted to VOP, proba- 4" r' CUT $99 $1 79
tion order dissolved, committed to .rr 1& r' .
Department of Corrections (DOC) .. .r
for 30 months. .. rr j1 111 :FREE 1
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Damon Jefferson Whitaker .. IiW = r. t It
arrested .r .. ti "=i : {
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property April; case 20 for dismissed dealing improper in stolen :.:. .... ......... DELICIOUS'DELMONICO .

venup. ....r. + s? I ...US.r. : :

March Clifford 28 for Leon robbery Smith, aggravated arrested :.. f :.: II 379 J;

assault :: .r.
; case dismissed defendant STEAK
sentenced on other charges. .... ... ::::::::: . Ib. :.' :
Christopher Charles Goodman arrested .... ...r
March 28 for robbery, aggravated .. ry' ..r.
assault; case dismissed
defendant sentenced on other :: b"r :: ..
charges. .... ..U5.. :.::.::.::..:::1 W .
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Brenda Lee Newby arrested Feb. .. .. ,
20 for of law .. &
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disorderly conduct; pled no .. ..
contest to resisting arrest without .. ..
violence; placed on one year proba- .... ....
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Joseph Luke was arrested March U. A __
10 for issuing worthless check;pled i __
guilty placed on three years proba .... :..: \Ft : .
tion ordered to make restitution. I .
Dec.Shirley 8 for introduction Benard Vinson of contrabandinto arrested .rrr.. ..r.. t. :
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prison; pled guilty to posses- .rr... rii r .. t. ...I bbryfc' :::" :;
sion placed three .
tion.Inmate; William on Joseph years Passala-roba- :.:. -",...
qua arrested July 25 for escape; pled :: Looking like the "Sharp Dressed Man," Eric is wearing :: .
guilty sentenced to one year DOC. :: a Jazzman Sportscoat for $20.99, along with a 29 Broadway :: iiii! jJrJfIlii: : : !;:: :: tW Hb: :ii" :! Wi r f ::!
Vernell E. Hampton arrested Feb. his Z :: PRODUCE
:: Tuxedo shirt for $16.99, accompanied by zap
20 for forgery, uttering a forged :: f.::;:: It=.II.l UiJH !i.llW "lW.l.I.I.: :::' .1
document; pled no contest to :: pants for$24.99.S3 '
forgery placed on 3'/a years probation So make a visit to the "Right Turn" and pick out your:j : C;: .
fined $250. us II !
Debra DeSue arrested Aug. 1 for :: "Sharp Dressed" style. .. ; Snow White Extra Fancy Jumbo Ii. ,
perjury in an official proceeding; in- :: r. .
sufficient evidence as to this defendant Thu :; JumboCauliflower Red DeliciousGrapefruit .::
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Bernard Beard arrested March 2 Right .. :111 Apples ,:: :
for grand theft fleeing or attemp- mmimt
ting to elude, wilful-wanton reckless :: 452 N. Temple Avenue .::. .:.: ,:. ..'

pled driving no contest improper to grand driver's theft license,placedon ; -:: Starke 964-6795 wsk""" .. ...... I. ::: (: (: (: .}

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Page 12 SKCTION October 18,19HU

\ News BriefsStarke two were smoke investigations and placed In the middle of streets to bet-
..{. ., H, one was a fuel spill. Two calls were ter identify fire hydrants. Schools
said blood ment as a southbound vehicle: approached or reduction of bond. false alarms and one call was a were visited by firefighters to make ..,M
Man ArrestedOn traffic signal, Reno. His '.
a private drive. Linzy Judge John J Crews granted structure fire. students more of aware of fire safe-
alcohol content was .12 lie
Drug ChargesAs was released after a $624.50 percent.surety drove left to turn into the private Wimsr release on a property bond. During fire prevention week, approximately ty. i
drive into the path of the 1979 Mer- Wims, 39, of Gainesville in the 180 blue reflectors were.
result of surveillance bond was posted.
a a by
Bradford Jail
,driven by Stanley E.Thornton. on charges
cury \
county authorities a 55-year-old There were no listed injuries to drug trafficking, was released later
Starke man was arrested Oct. 9. Williams or Samuel Hunter, driverof Thornton attempted to avoid the collision in the day after a $240,000
Giles H. Mitchell was charged the Chevrolet. Damages to the but the vehicles struck headon bond was posted. TURNKEYPAPER
with possession of a concealed Chevrolet was$2,000.Damage to the said Williams. Thornton, 33, of
weapon and possession and deliveryof .pickup was $500. Lake Union Butler General and Linzy were taken to Starke Fire Dept.
cocaine, according to Lt. John Hospital. CO.DISTRIBUTORS
Dempsey and Investigator Don Den- Lake Butler Woman Damage to the AMC was listed as Respond to 12 Calls ,.
$500.: Damage to the Mercury was
ton.The Charged in AccidentA $1,800. Linzy was charged with DUI Twelve calls were answered by OF
surveillance was initated as a
result of a complaint charging Mit- 39-year-old Lake Butler woman and Williams.violation of right of way, said the the Starke month of Fire September Department, according during PAPER PRODUCTS
chell with drug sales, said Denton. was charged with driving under In- to paramedic firefighter Rusty Bar & JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
Giles was released on his own fluence after she caused an accidentOct. Wims ReleasedOn rette.
recognizance. 9, according to Trooper Clark Property Bond Three of the calls were to traffic I 964-40921'
Williams. accidents one involving extrication.One .
Starke Man ChargedIn Juanity D. Linzy, driving a 1977 Attorney for Roosevelt Wjms appeared call was a rescue assist and 238 S. Walnut Street Across from Family DollarMAxii
US-301 Accident AMC, was northbound on CR-121 at in Circuit Court Oct. 13 with a one call was to a downed powerline.
12:25.:: a.m., travelling. on wet pave- .motion for release on recognizance One_call was to a dumpster fire
Edward Lamar Williams, 20, oft -
Starke was charged with driving '
.r while intoxicated Oct. 13 after his
vehicle struck another vehicle on
US-301, according to Patrolman W.

C., Williams Reno. driving a 1977 Ford
1' pickup, was southbound on US-301 i ioii E ,
when it struck a westbond 1984
Chevrolet at the intersection of

SH-16. Williams failed to stop. for the I

Obituaries .

R : : J

Seth M. Parrish
'\ Seth M. Parrish, 65, of Largo, Fl., -(
died Saturday October 11,at Morton f
'V 0\ Plant Hospital He came to Largo in
'* 1950 from his native Lake Butler. Hey
was retired superintendent for
l. Enterprise Building Corp.and was a r
iI member of Carpenters Union 1275.
f Survivors include his wife Blan- '
che; four sons, William Randy and \
Kenneth Ray, both of Largo, Jerry
Ralph, Lake Butler,and Richard S., It
Clearwater; a daughter Yvonne :
Crile, Largo; a brother, Daniel of

" w" Lake Brannen Butler Lake; four Butler sisters, ,Dorothy Evelyn t't Fall is the time to fix-up your home for the ,,_

Jones, Columbus, Ga., Jennette r ," You're In good company It
E Phillips, Largo, and Ann Bennett, yof i upcoming holidays.
A' Blackshear, Ga., and six grand : ,- ', with Mobile BLP Paints now and in r)
(. children. : r. company for the holidays when ft:;

t Frances Sullivan Chrones o f4t Q friends and family make it home.

;S Mrs. Frances Sullivan Chrones, ,w -',
,. 92,of Starke died Thursday, October I Imw
9, 1986 at her home in Starke follow-
ing a long illness.
Mrs. Chrones was born in Jersey
City, New Jersey on July 13, 1894.
She was a homemaker. 4
Survivors include one niece,
Wilma Cox, Starke; one son,
Thomas Chrones, New Jersey; two \- :
granddaughters.Funeral .
" .' services will be at a later t
'. .' date under the direction of Jones
Funeral Home of Starke.
' 'I
N ,
Helen Louise Wililt MOPACOTE MILDEW

' I Mrs. Helen Louise Wildt 66, of
" Keystone Heights, died Thursday 100 RESISTANT
October 9, 1986 in Humana Hospitalin % Acrylic Latex LP J&MM Ira.
Orange Park following a brief il-

lness.Mrs. Wildt was born in Alliance, .
.: Nebraska on April 27, 1920 and moved House :
to Keystone Heights in 1958 from
Jacksonville. She was a member of MOPACOTE
Clay County Democratic Women's Paint- ,
Club; past president of Lioness
Club was the Florida Good Sam AL
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State editor; member of Keystone ::,,:OOoMASONRYant. 111m: STATEOFGLOSS .
Kampers Chapter; retired in 1983! as \ '

secretary Elementary Survivors of School.include the Keystone her husband Heights, ( \\\ry' )tr.?.. MAQNO WH'TE 40.1.3 List 12O.U hClory 1000A cry I-IC Lar-.tt i- :

Joseph W. Wildt; daughter, Jo Elen \ .
Foster, Escondido Calif; son, ,
James L. Wildt, Arcadia; mother, House Paint
Nana T. White,Green Cove Springs; tJLr\\\\
three grandchildren. $1 399
Memorial services: were held in r
i DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on Monday, Factory M
1 October 13, 19H6. with Rev. Hubert MAQNOLIA 140'23
White conducting the services. Art WHITE
rangements were under the direction .
t' of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights. '
" In lieu of flowers, family requests
donations to the Florida Lion's : --
Club.Camp c/o the Keystone Lioness r'4 _

t ,
; Bessie Ward t: ASH t 1BlP

Mrs. Bessie Ward,86,of Lulu,died
4 Wednesday morning at the Lake Ci-
.y ty Medical Center after a long il
lness. ''
Mrs. Ward was born in Ponce dc
Leon, Florida and lived most of her
life in Bruce, Fla.She moved to Lulu
; ten years ago from Panama City.
t a She was a member of Lulu Baptist
Church and was the widow of the
'' late AradL. Ward, Sr. ONE COAT
a Survivors include one daughter, '
Ruth Newsome, Lulu; two sons, $1188 COVERAGEWASHABLE
rr., Arad L. (Stanley) Ward, Red Bay,
Fla., and Thomas Gene Ward of
I. Bruce, Fla.; two sisters Cara Belle
Carroll, Pensacola and Sarah Factory
Justice of Chipley, Fla.; ten grand LIlt
children and twelve great- 111.1'
grandchildren.Funeral .
services were held Friday
morning in the Lulu Baptist Church
with Rev. Guyn G vey and Rev.
Willard Wilson officiating. Burial "
was in Dead Creek Cemetery near 35.25
ki Red Bar' Florida. Archer Funeral 4* .EQH| WHITE
( Lake Butler was in chargeof "

Family arrangements.request in lieu of flowers
donations be made to the Lulu Bap- $1399BLP ,,
tist Church air conditioning fund.


Card of Thanks

Perhaps you sent a lovely card,
or sat quietly in a chair. _
Perhaps you sent a funeral spray,
if so we saw it there.
Perhaps you spoke the kindest
as any friend could say.
Perhaps you were not there at all,

just Whatever thought you of us did that to day.console our 6th Avenue Quantities Limited Jct. SR 21 & 100 (.1

we hearts thank, you so much whatever the (Lake Butler, Florida US 301 South Starke Keystone Heights, Florida

part.Thank. you from the family of 496-3079 964-6078 473-4973 I .VIS. ( I
Charles K. Waters
Wife, children grandchildren OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 7:30 TIL 5:30: CLOSED ON THE LORD'S DAY.
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