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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Still more typical! Dog Days weather is expected. SECTION AI 12 Pogvt .T
Somewhat drier than normal weather Is the outlook FrldayNew.. . . . . . .3A
Sunday with highs in the low 90s and lows in the upper 70s. Chance Editorial. . . . . . 4A
of rain is predicted to decrease slightly each day. Social N.wl. . . . S.IIDA
.lIurrlcline Danny headed toward Galveston Wednesday: night.PubllcNotlc..i. . . : . .'A
here is no immediate danger of a hurricane. Sport . . . . . 1M2A
Rain chance today (Thursday, Aug. 15) is 50 percent. t1pnrrain
Through Aug. 12, the Louis Hill fire tower at Highland recorded SECTION Bl 10 Pag.s
7.56 inches of rain, the Santa Fe fire tower on US-301 south of Starke Slaying Fit. . . . . .IB
4.0 inches, the New River Tower on SR-100 west 2.4 inches, and a SFCC C.nt.r . . . . .IBArea j'
gauge on West Madison St. in Starke 6.2 inches. Thirty-year Dvalht. . . . . .28 I (dC
average rainfall for August, traditionally the wettest month of the Bannittor Trial . . . . .... L 1 dl 01\
year is 8.1 inches. Drug Trial 5.1. . . . . .4BNw Y dU 1 ['l Of F LU1
30-year average rainfall January-July is 31.85 inches. Some 36.5 BrUli. . . . . 4B J 'j 11 "l:,-{ )
inches of rain has been recorded to date in 1985, with July and Trucks Pl.adi. . . . SB The SW rL 32v"" I .n
August catching! up. Wont Adt. . . . . .(-7B 107th Ye 1 j..C)J ILLtr! ;Cents; ; Copy ,

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, Woo noling County Income $677,000 Less Than Budgeted ExpendituresA I


$4.48 million budget for fiscal 85-86 carry- less than the budget, which is balanced by us- Commissioner Mosley seemed to prefer The county can raise some$120,000 by levy-
ing a 9.322 millage rate was approved by ing funds on hand.It priority raises for certain employees. If an ing the full 10 mills of property taxes allowed
Bradford County commissioners on a means that next year to fund the same ex- employee works he can see a raise, said by law.
For SFCC Classes. preliminary basis. act budget the county will have to come up Mosley. But if an employee doesn't do a good The proposed new spending bill is up
.. First of two required public hearings is set with an additional $677,000 in If the job, he doesn't deserve a salary increase $317,664 over the total 84-85 budget, mostly
SFCC Starke Center Director Dr. for 8 p.m. Sept. 12, at which time the budgetcan current $330,000 in federal revenue snaring every year, said Mosley. because of the five percent pay raises, In-
Bernard McFadden was moving In- be tentatively adopted. Final adoptionwill funds are cut, as is predicted, the county will "I suggest you begin immediately to look creased expenses in the sheriff's budget, and
to his new offices in the old 1902 be proposed at a second public hearing to have to find an additional $1 million in new into additional revenue sources," CPA Farn- other smaller increases.
courthouse Wednesday. be held some two weeks after the first hear- revenue sources to balance next! year's sworth suggested to the commission after Jail expenditures could climb another
Library furniture was being moved ing.The budget at $4.4 million. that exhange. $80,000 if the state Department of Corrections
in, and the first shubbery was county is not increasing property taxes. "Unless we get lucky, like we did this year The $330,000 federal revenue sharing funds (DOC) requires the county to hire 10
new jail
planted. Goal of Dr. McFadden was The 9.322 mills, down from 9.7 mills, is the and income is more than anticipated, the are all basic services, Farnsworth said, suchas employees. DOC wants the jail to have round
to be in the new offices today rollback rate certified by Property Appraiser budget will be short next year," CPA Farn- the jail and sheriff's office. the clock duty for both women and men
(Thursday, Aug. 15)). Jimmy Alvarez to bring in the same amountof sworth warned the commission. The commission has discussed charging Jailers. Plus, the DOC also the correc-
Registration continues 8 a.m. to 4 tax dollars the county received for fiscal Commissioner Lawrence Mosley said, "We fees to support the services the county provides tional officers cannot also act says as dispatchers,
p.m. in the BUS office of SFCC or 8485. Property taxes currently make up only need to get on the ball and do! someting about such as garbage disposal, emergency as they currently do.
in the new office in the old cour- 34 percent of the county budget. these five percent salary raises." medical treatment, and fire protection.
thouse, phone 9645382. The new budget uses $677,000 in carryover Quickly replying Clerk Gib Brown Said, "I Combining the radio dispatching service of The county is protesting the DOC order
The Fall Term is set to open Aug. funds, money the county has on hand and don't think that will be a problem next year." the city and county, which would result in a legally through a Tallahassee attorney who
won't be recurring next year. In other words, Mosley retorted, "I've heard that before, :$50,000 saving to each, would be another cut works for the Florida Sheriff's Associationand
27.The SFCC Starke Center is thp annual' inromp of the rnimtv I is $677.000( tnn i the budget deficit. is familiar with such DOC orders.

welcoming not only recent high .
school graduates but also older I I
students who may wish to start or
continue a college education. f

Classes are also open to non-degree Drainage Help
, seeking students who wish to take !
one or.more courses for their
enrichment or enjoyment.For .
more information, call the ,
SFCC Starke Office, phone 9645382.
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Fighting Cancer... Set by CountyIn

The 1985 American Cancer Society -
Bradford County Unit, Fund
Drive period will end in August.
Bradford County's 1985 quota has
not been met, says Drive Chairman
Lillian Stump. Donations may be
sent to Miss Lillian Stump, 1199 Lincoln CityAs
Bessent Road, Starke, FL 32091.
"Each year we hope the cure for -
this dread disease will be found and

great strides are being made an- soon as it dry enough the coun- Williams and Cummings said, but it
nually," advises Miss Stump. ,. .lrlrr r u ty will improve drainage in Lincoln. doesn't solve the problems.
"As a part of your regular City, a community just south of Lincoln City is in a lot better shape
cancer-related check up, ask your Starke, by digging out ditches, than some county residents, ChaIr-
physician to help you keep your colon replacing broken culverts, and in- man Carter said. Some rural
and rectum healthy. Early stalling culverts bought by residents must travel six miles on a
detection and prompt treatment residents. dirt road before getting to a paved
really pays oIL Even before our Road Superintendent J.B. highway. Some people, like those
president suffered this disease, the Crawford said Tuesday it is impossible who live at Sampson Lake, cannot
main efforts for cancer control by to pile dirt on top of already wet get out when it rains as it has in the
the Cancer Society for 1985-86 was dirt roads now. But that county past few weeks, Carter said.A .
in colorectal:; problems. .... crews will go to work in Lincoln Cityas clearly frustrated Cummings
'. oII. ., ..,, ",:' .' '....."....'-', soon as the roads become dry .exhibited little patience with other
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Toys Needed... ..._ ,1'/ _.._. \'{....i. ""''' '!-1f> "enough. It has been several years people's problems, and repeatedly,
w. + ., .', .:; .... ;, .- since such work has been done In the asked for help on the Lincoln City
The Bradford-Union Guidance ... Lincoln City area, says Supt. drainage problem. A frustrated Ar- I
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Clinic needs toys your children .... J' "': : ', 4' .. .,;:! .. Crawford. thur Willams told the commissionnone
have outgrown for use in its Child ,:: ,;,,,,,. '. '. .; Arthur Williams.Jr. spokesmanfor of the local gas tax money is
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Day Care Center for ages 25. < o ;-'. 'f"t: ;" .. ,} ..h' a group of eight Lincoln City spent on Lincoln City.
Items most needed are puzzles, residents who visited the county Frustrated Chairman Carter, ask
books, push-toys, play kitchen pots, The Bone Yard... commission meeting Monday morn- ing for input from his fellow board
dishes. Any, and all donations will ing, presented the county with a list members, told the group there is no
be greatly appreciated, says Debra Tom Perry, a contractor for Hercules, walks around of all of the 70 crawler tractors parked in the lot. of streets on which broken culverts possibility of paving Lincoln City
Johns Parmenter, clinic director. what is called "the bone yard" in the Hercules yard on reminisced about crews he had worked with for Iler- have drainage stopped up. He said roads in the near future. Carter admitted -
Persons wishing to contribute can Alton Road in Starke. Perry, who was taking pictures cules. the problem is caused by culverts he promised to repair one
deliver items to the Clinic at the being broken in, by some being culvert and the county had not doneit.
corner of Grand and Georgia buried, and by there being no ditchin .
Streets, behind the new courthouse, front of some residents who haveno "We're doing the best we can all
I or call the Clinic at 964-8382 or the Hercules Hurt by Imported Resin, culvert. over the county," said Commiss-
Community Day Care Center, dioner Lawrence Mosley. Chairman
phone 964-6794, to arrange for pick Williams said Lincoln City Carter pointed out there is 350 milesof
residents have trouble getting from dirt roads in the county, and eachis
up. Lay-off to Hit Starke Maintenance Shop their homes to a paved road which graded as often as possible.One .
Square Dance... leads to US-301. lady in the group finally suggested -

The first Saturday monthly Imported resin from Red China has the wood stump So, the heavy equipment maintenance shop of Her Just grading the roads is not doing the county fix one road at a
square dance is set Septembe 6 at operation hurting badly, Robert Burton of Hercules, cules, Inc. at 709 Alton Road in Starke is open to the any good, Jerry Cummings told the time in Lincoln City, but to get
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center Inc. told the Bradford County Commission.Red public. Company officials announced that to the Boardof commission. Cummings said he did started.
with callers Ken Perez and Jerry China decided in 1981.82 it wanted to flood the Governors of the Chamber of Commerce last Thurs- not intend to criticize the commis- Williams asked if the county has a
Barrett.A market with resin, Burton told the commissioners day, Aug. 1, and Monday to the County Commission. sion, but to ask for help. Cummings way to install culverts for individuals
covered dish dinner is set at Monday, Aug. 3. Hercules has been a large marketeerof "Your name is in the pot," Commission Chairman called for a task force or committee and let them is pay such on time.
there
5:30: p.m. A square dance workshopis resin, which is made from rosin extracted from pine Maxie Carter assured Burton. to look for a solution to the Lincoln Carter replied no pro-
set at 6:30: p.m. Mainstream dan- stumps for which Hercules is known here. Hercules has been designated a full service Cum City drainge problem, and to keep gram. residents live in Lincoln
Some 250
cing begins at 8 p.m. In 1981 Hercules had 108 crews over eight states. This mins engine dealer and a Berco dealer for tractor the effort alive.
left due to lack of a market. undercarriage components. The Lincoln City residents said City.
week, 24 crews are twice for
Ceramics Classes... The Hercules maintenance shop in Starke has 54 Commercial services. provided at the Hercules shop they get no service, that no tax The county has applied roads and
employess and contributed $1.4 million in payroll to the will include engine and transmission repair, engine dollars are spent in the area. federal grants to upgrade
Ceramics classes are being held will general truck and tractor Commission Chairman Maxie drainage in the Lincoln City area,
this But the 54 employees dynamometer testing,
Bradford area past year.
Mondays from 7-10 and machine and said Lincoln roads but funding has always gone to other
p.m. soon be cut back to 38 or 39, Burton says. maintenance and repair, and shop Carter Jr. City
Wednesdays from 9 a.m. until noon get graded, don't they Yes, areas.
"We are in a world of hurt, Burton told county com- Hercules..P.3A)
at the Starke Recreation Dept. on (see
N. Temple Ave. (the old armory). missioners.
Instruction is being given by I
Lillie Ann Johns. There is no Container Donates Sampson Boat Area

charge, except for materials.

Lights Out...

Vet Memorial... Cypress Run, the boat landing on --.-. ..
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the west side of Sampson Lake west
A granite stone was dedicated of Starke, is now owned by Bradford
Memorial Day this year to all men Biggest Power Outage in City Hits County.
and women who have served their

country in any branch of service. A foul-up during routine maintenance at the Florida Power & Light Container Corp. of America, the .. ...
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Donations are being accepted by substation on East Call Street was the cause of the 58-minute power largest land owner in the county, f
help offset the cost of installing the outage of the entire City of Starke. presented the county commissionwith .oit .
beautiful stone monument, affixedto Electricity was off Wednesday morning from 9:50: a.m. to 10:48: a.m. a deed to some three acres of .". III -4
the base of the artillery piece It was the first time since 1967 the entire city was without electricity, land which comprise the property In- < _
facing south on the island at the In- as well as Utility Supt. Merril Dees can remember. It is just the secondor cluding and around Cypress Run. 1Jf.
tersection of south Walnut Street third time the entire city has been without power in the past 50 The county plans to build a new boat
and US-301. Starke councilman years, Dees says. launching facility at Cypress Run
Charless Schaefer, who spearheaded FPL was doing routine maintenance at the Starke substation. In the sometime in the near future. \ ;
the drive for the veterans process the feed to Starke was transferred to a standby breaker.! According t WIn
memorial, says donations of any to Bill Weldon, superintendent of power resources for Starke,
amount will be appreciated. To the problem occurred when lockout relays between the City of Starke Substantial Landowner
make donations phone the City of and the FPL substation showed the FPL breaker open, meaning it was
Starke 9645027.Upcoming.. not carrying electricity. "Container is a substantial lan-
When the FPL relay showed the FPL breaker open, it tripped the downer in Bradford County and the
... Starke breaker. As long as the FPL relay showed the FPL breaker company has a strong committment '4
open, Weldon was prevented from closing the breaker on the Starke to being a good citizen. We're pleased -
The Bradford School Board will to this land to be made ....- -
present
meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19, in side.FPL had to by-pass its relay switch in order to close its breaker on the public for the
the Administration Building on US- the line that feed Starke. An FPL relay learn from the Bradford Cypress Run boat ramp," Container
301N for its regular monthly substation on Griffis Loop Road off SR-100 had to come to the Starke Corp. land manager Merle Conklinin the Public Spirit...
meeting. substation\ and bypass the relays. The Telegraph was also told by city presenting the deed to County Merle Conklin, left land manager for Container Corp.. turns over a
The Starke City Commission will officials that the problem had to wait for FPL employees to phone up Commission Chairman Maxie deed to the Cypress Run boat landing area at Sampson Lake to County
meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday Aug. 20, the line for permission to change the relays. Carter Jr.816OOO. Commission Chairman Maxie Carter Jr.
for its regular third Tuesday The city from Madison Street south is fed directly from the city The deed was given to the county Monday, Aug. 3, by Conklin and Con-
meeting of the month. power plant. But when the FPL feeder line was opened and current tainer Forester Joe Glssy.
.The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub ceased to flow, the entire city load was dumped onto the one power SavedThe
will meet tonight (Thursday, plant generator that was running. That blew the breakers on that
Aug. 15) at 7 p.m. in the Starke engine, causing the entire city to Be out of electricity. county in a has fund $16,000 kept by accumulated the- Basin to be DugAt Future Improvements?
Golf & Country Club. Speaker will The on-and-of power when the lights came back on was because too basin will be dug
be Jack Hairston, sports editor of large a load was thrown on line at one time. It had to be done in stagesso Department of Natural Resources Cypress Run a and chan- Zoning Director L.M; Gaines. No
DNR) with which to build recrea- in which to launch boats a
still (
There of
The Gainesville Sun. are the line wouldn't be overloaded when the load hit. problem is expected on approval
facilities. With the funds, derived will be dug out into the lake
nel
the Miami trip. the tion the plans, Gaines
for and cool and the occurred after says.
openings It was an overcast morning, outatga from fishing and hunting licenses, where a sandbar now makes it difficult -
LSI' is full. A second bus to and before lunch. The load then about 6.5
trip breakfast city's was
future boats. Plans for the
the county plans in the near to launch
Auburn has openings. For information megawatts, far below the 10 megawatt peak. Had the outage been at a to improve the, boat landings at boat basin and channel are now At Little Santa Fe Lake\ the coun-
call Hazel Hardy. 964.5070 or peak time, such as round breakfast or dinner, the problem could have Run and on Little Santa Fe before PNR whlrh i Is currently ark ty is talking about building a dock
\l64.j451. been worse. Dress ing tor additional information from and improving the picnic area. .







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J'"I.t. .' ,:, ,'. .' ; Attorney Reggie Flynn.has< ] been cepted Flynn's suggestion to draw has clearer language. begin work again. .
( put to work again on a new county 'up a control ordinance and leave out
,\, '1' ,-,.,:'." ',-, ,," '.'"." "".'1 landfill control and littering or- the charges and load requirementsto Chairman Maxie Carter was Flynn's recommendation to the 1 I
,' \: dinance. be considered later. Commis- uncertain about whether to proceedon commission is to keep the new law
sioners are anxious to regain control the garbage law at the present, as simple and as clear as possible.
,' 'j I A special meeting of the county over the landfill on SR-100 which the before Circuit Judge R.A. (Buzzy
commissioners will be called when county lost control several months Green rules on the county's appealof Currently, the county has no con-
III1 L,Flynn has readied the proposed new ago when Judge George Pierce Judge Pierco's decision on the trol over its landfill. Anyone, a commercial ,I
\ ''flier"law 'which he expects to1 be con- declared the former county garbage current garbage law. But Commissioner carrier or a resident, can J
siderably shorter than the 31-page control ordinance. unconstitutionalFlynn Lawrence Mosley, saying the dump anything and the county, \
original, the board said. board has talked enough about the without a law in effect, can dump '
and sanitarian Darrell new law, pushed to go ahead on the with impunity. Commissioners remind 1
''. i The commissioners, meeting until O'Neal have worked many hours on landfill control portion of the new themselves every meeting that
after 6 p.m. Monday Aug. 3, on the the new ordinance, which, Flynn law. Chairman Carter switched his the situation cannot continue in.
I continuing garbage problem,. ac snvs ,Is more romnr*>b 'nsiv nnd stand then, and instructed Flynn to definitely.
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Rev. Jerry Patton...

The new minister at the First Presbyterian Church. Reverend Patton. n., '" "
will be ordained and installed Sunday evening at 7 p.m.A '-J'-'LaJ: KIST
reception will follow In the church Fellowship Hall.



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Mark Friedlin ed to be able in live in such an exciting -
and Carolyn Eaves and beautiful area of the
BCT Staff Writers state."
New Presbyterian Reverend Patton's hobbies include Softball, SALE !
Jerry Patton brings a youthful (which is good news in this Softball August 15.17,1985
brand of enthusiam to his new job at crazy city), golf and bowling.
Starke's First Presbyterian Church. The Pattons are happy to be in
-m- Patton has been a busy man in- Starke as well. .
;,, ", deed since July 13 when he assumed "The people in Starke have been "
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Patton is a native of Nashville, friendly atmosphere here that car-
Tenn. where he served for eight ries over in every aspect of life," ;: II{ I/'I\144\ k. .r ELECTRIC HORSEb.
years as supply pastor in the Patton said. "The city is just small ,, .
Caneridge Cumberland enough to retain that certain atmosphere '
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Presbyterian Church. He also serv- that only small towns can : .:. \ FENCE POSTS FEED
ed two small Presbyterian Churchesin have. Being close to Gainesville and .
Indiana ears. Jacksonville is an added bonus as 10% BIG HOSS
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Seminary in Kentucky. He also the Starke Ministerial Alliance as
received a Bachelor's degree in one of his top priorities, saying he I Large Anchor 15% BROODMARE PEL ,
Social Work from Murphfreeooro, wants to devote "time and energy"to 1 50# $5"
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Patton also worked in the banking organization. 14% GOLDEN HORSE
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the Cumberland Church.In playing piano and quilting, and has 87400 50# $540
addition to his new duties as already enrolled in Santa Fe Community Prevent Rusting
minister, a family commands muchof College's new Starke Center AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES!
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Patton and his wife Amy have two She is seeking a degree in Elemen-
daughters Heather age four and tary Education.Rev. .
baby Leah,' who was born in
February.As Patton will be ordained and
a family, they love to visit the installed as hew minister of the
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Florida where we can travel just a reception will follow in the
short distance and do so many Presbyterian Fellowship Hall immediately -

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Brooker Budget $13,975 IncreaseWith ::1,


all spending requests for the $14,000 previously. vices lor the upcoming year: Dump
upcoming budget year received, the Parks and recreation figures are worker Harlan Hodge again will
tktf air Brooker council set a preliminary set at the same amount as last year, work at a figure of $225 per month,
( fiscal plan at a workshop Tuesday, a total of $1,600 in both years. up from $220 last year. Bradford
4 ft,y 1' 'r August 6. The sanitation department budgetwas county pays half of this bill. Garbage
yr' t The tentative plan has an overall increased $800 from last year, pick up will be handled by Forest
increase of about $13,975 in city being set at $8,680 for the new year.A Drawdy,as in the last year at a priceof
spending. This represents a spending new category of spending was $400 per month, up from $390. Bid
increase of about$10,621 in the set for the next year. covering for the water department Class C
water department, with an increaseof city maintenance. Previously operator was by the current
$3,351 in general fund expen- lumped in other departments, the operator, at the same amount as last ,
ditures. new figure is $2,700. year. The current meter reader was
ra All revenues from the water The fire department spending was awarded a $20 raise to $100 per _
system are spent on water system set at $5,838, up $250 over the past month. '
expenditures, amounting to an year. Most of the increase was in
::: estimated total of$35,548 for the up- salaries for the volunteer fireman. Agreed to perform work on in-
coming year, up from $24,924 for the Police expenditures were set at stalling a new meter service at the ,
past year. The major part of the in- $5,505, down from last year's $6,705. Clark residence and to replace
crease is a transfer of prior funds to The council will be considering the broken meter box tops.
a reserve account. budget over the next weeks for any
The General Fund is expected to adjustments that may be required.In .
h generate $60,134 during the upcom- business at the regular meeting Will hold a workshop on needed
T ing year,an increase from last years Tuesday, August 13, the council: expansion and renovation of the i
$56,783. This fund operates all city water works pump house Friday,
departments other than the Water Opened bids and awarded serI August 16, at 7 p.m.Summer I
system.General. I II
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administration expenses -
are set at $24,410, up from $21,310
How to Save an Infant... last year The streets and lights Sizzler

Navy First Class Hasso-Olaf Born demonstrates the student Melissa Mayo, and Delores Morgan, food ser- budget; is set at $13,000, down from Sale!
CPK technique on an Infant. Watching are (I-r) Kick vice director the Bradford school system.
K//ell assistant principal at Bradford Middle School; Grace United p Shop Early



I Residents Certified in CPR TechniquesApproximately Methodist 225 Lawley road Post Across ChurchRd Office from Best for J ''


25 persons, including administrators, shown. If interested call the Chamber office, phone SUNDAY SERVICES SelectionUp -
faculty and employees of the Bradford school district, 964-5278.
became certified last week in the cardio-pulmonary- Sunday School . 9:45: am
After completion of the eight hour course, all par-
resusitation (CPR) technique. ticipants were certified through the American Heart Sunday Worship . 11 am To Ak-\
In addition, students, individuals and business people Association for a period of two years. Instructors for
also participated in the eight hour course taught in this course were Marine Sergeants Edward Roberts -- ".- -
the school board meeting room by members of the U.S. and Williams Marinell. STARVE
Marine Corps stationed at Cecil Field. The course is 75off 11i
CHURCH ul
taught as a public relations effort by the U.S. armed "We enjoy teaching the class and have helped to cer- OF GOD
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services, says Chamber Director Mike Cooney. tify over a thousand teachers in Duval County," says 422 N. St. ClaIr' 964-5445 r--
The one-day eight-hour intensive course is taught Sgt. Roberts. "We hope to train people in Bradford Walter F. Montz Pastor ,fr4t11' II
with four to six students. Cooney says more of this type County on how to administer CPR while at the same We invite you to worship with us. .f ON ALL SUMMER WEAR
of CPR training ran be taught if ennuch interest is time leaving a positive image of the military behind." ATTENDED NURSERY ? ll llJR

Sunday School , 10 a.m. Lee Jeans
Morning Worship . 11 a.m.
Evening Service . 6 p.m. I. Jr. Sizes 3-15

Traffic Fine to Pay For GuardsAnother Wednesday Youth 7:30 pm., x Missy,620Reg.

THE BRADFORD 34.00
$2 may be added to traffic SE and SS, and in Lawtey and The new state law just came to COUNTY TELEGRAPH 99
fines in Bradford County beginning Hampton as the result of an agree- light here, after the 50-50 cost program Published Thursdayat r' S9
in October to pay for crossing ment between the school board and had already been agreed upon. every 6 ,
guards at schools. the municipalities to go 50-50 on the The new law amends Section 318.18, 135 W. Call Street ; Chic Jeans
School Supt. Jim Duncan appeared of the Florida Statutes, and Starke, Florida 32091 /Swimsuits
before the commission Mon- cost.However, a new state law will authorizes the imposition of an addi- \ i Reg, $32 & $34
day, Aug. 12, to make the request. allow the $10,670 school crossing tional penalty of up to $4 per viola- Second Class postage paid at \ ; $10.00
There was no opposition from county guard program to be paid for by persons tion for non-criminal traffic viola- Starke, FloridaSubscription $24" & '25"
commissioners who agreed to in- committing traffic violations, tions. The clerk of the court is
struct the county attorney to draw which will relieve the budgets of authorized, upon approval of the Rates:
up an ordinance to be advertised on both and municipalities and the county commission, to assess this In-trade $10.00
area: per year
adding the $2 to all non-criminal school board. additional penalty to fund a school
traffic fines. There were 6,843 non-criminal crossing guard program. $5.50 six months 452 N. Temple Ave.
Supt. Duncan said the school traffic violations in the county from Starke Commissioner Jimmy Hwy 301 Across from High School11 itvrv Phone 964-5772
crossing guards will be in place at July 1984, which at $2 per violation Crosby brought the new law up to the Outside area: $11 per year Open 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Y Visa, MC, Layaway
two elementary schools in Starke, would raise $13,686. city commission Aug._6, $6.00 six months:
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Hercules..

#>f. s. (from page 1Aifn )- NOTICE '
CEDAR RIVES
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and welding shop services. The Bradford County Sheriffs Office is {
Since its establishment in Starkein
1953! the Hercules shop has pro- accepting applications for the position of SEAFOOD Lp l
vided maintenance support services
for the Forest Resources Division of male and female Correctional Officers; app- _
Hercules Inc. Forest Resources
operates one of the largest fleets of ly at Sheriff's Office Bradford County Cour- 'QYsrrkg
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heavy equipment in the country, ,
with over 300 crawler tractors and thouse. ,
175 other pieces of heavy equipment.
Currently, Hercules has 100
crawler tractors for sale. "If you
want a D-5 crawler tractor, I've gota E. Reddish
deal for you," Burton told commis- Dolph

sioners.Hercules began pursuing the idea Sheriff
of commercialization at Starke in
1984 following a market survey
determining a need for a full service
heavy equipment shop. There Is no
full service heavy equipment
maintenance shop of the type Her- J

cules Ocala operates, company between officials Jacksonvilleand said. COX APPLIANCES HELP US



Autry Describes & AIR CONDITIONING

353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box)


Open 9.6 964.7462 CELEBRATE
Progress IWE HAVE MOVED I

The 18 months of effort that have
gone into planning downtown Full Line of

revitalization were described by APPLIANCES
Carolyn Autry, a member of
Starke's Downtown Progress Com- MICROWAVES i GOOD AT ALL CEDAR RIVER LOCATIONS
mittee,at the Rotary Club last week.
Various plans for financing improvements WASHERS Whifli of
were considered and
discarded as unworkable before the DRYERS HOME JK APPLIANCES
final decision was made to pay for REFRIGERATORS
landscaping, "white way" street
lighting, widening sidewalks and FREEZERSAIR
other features by creating a specialtax Making your world a little easier. OF OUR
district whereby property CONDITIONERS
owners would pay on a front-foot 1st STORE
basis for necessary improvements, .
the speaker said. LOCATED AT:
Ms. Autry stressed the fact that NOW SALES & SERVICEon
the Call Street district and the Santa 2502 Blanding Blvd.

Fe designed Starke to complement Center project race ouierand were all appliances & air conditioning JacksonvilleMonday

give new vitality to the entire -
downtown area. She said everythingseems 19th thru
Monday August
to be coming together in a Y August 19th thru Sunday, August 25th ,

coordinated way to create'an upbeat Thursday, August 22nd
atmosphere in the downtown I

district. One Free Beverage Apalachicola Oysters

;, area i with
Card of ThanksWe entree on half shell

wish to extend our sincere (including Beer and Wine)
thanks and gratitude to everyone 99c
who helped us during our time of loss i Iht dozen

of our precious daughter, offerings I
All the flowers, food and love with meal after 4 p.m.
helped us through our great cs Flounder Dinner

loss.There comes a time in everyone's .
life when they have to understandwhat 5.95
the Lord does is right and we
have to accept it. $62668EYIDDNXA
would like to wish a r .
Also we
special thank you to Steve Futch and Whirlpool Model' EV200NXR Upright Freezer .' \ (Broiled or Fried)
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home for 19 6 cu. II, Storage Capacity No-Frost System. ., ',
being such thoughtful people who, textured Steel Door Inventory Control System
easier Porcelam-on-aleel Interior Liner Gold Trimmed O .. I
made things Heather **. ,II
The Family of Nicole Shelves Power-Saving Heater Control Switch I
Adjustable, Temperature Control. I
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i I Archaic Canoes Buried in Peat Bog Prove Indians Were Here in 2,000B'.G. ::1:1The




discovery last week of several dug- Since the bow and arrow had not been In- The earliest Indians recorded in this
out canoes, estimated at over 2,000 years vented at that time, big game was hunted area of Florida were of the Timucuan tribe
old, in a peat bog near Smith Lake in the with spears propelled with great force by who were found here by the Spaniard and
Keystone Heights area has been called a throwing sticks.
French invaders during the early part of
major archeological find. s The earliest inhabitants lived for the the 16th century. They were conquered by
i The makers and users of those canoes most part along the coast and waterwaysof the Spaniards with little resistance, and
I were Indians of unknown origin, predatingthe Florida, which provided transportationfor were to some extent civilized and con-. y
Tlmucuans who occupied this area and their canoes. They did not live in per- verted to the Catholic religion. >r; ; t1'; ArtaI

mysteriously disappeared long before the manent villages, but roamed from one Several factors led to the downfall and
Seminoles moved in and fought the early place to another as they used up the food disappearance of the Timucuan tribes.
settlers of interior Florida in a series of I supply and game in particular area. For Disease wiped out almost half of the mis- I? ..emsu' +
wars during the 1830-40 period. protection from the elements they likely sion Indians between 1649 and 1672, and an

,, The earliest Indians are believed to have ; lived in a crude palmetto-thatched huts or eight-month rebellion further reduced the J .'
migrated here from Asia by way of the circular tentlike shelters made of deer Indian population. j r, -, v

Bering Strait that separates our continent skin. Later, near the end of the 17th century '
from Siberia. It is believed this migration Indians from the north instigated and
1. started about 20,000 years before the birth The coastal Indians lived largely on fish sometimes accompanied by the English
C of Christ.When these migrants first reached and other sea food supplemented by rab- forces, destroyed and carried away more
: Florida, mastadons, as big as our bits, bear, deer and other animals broughtin and more of the Timucuans. Survivors of
; present-day elephants were still roaming by the hunters. One of their favorite the original tribes were moved to the
"l in this area. Harpoons and spear points, meats was the gopher tortoise which is still south, and some were carried to Cuba by ; l u' FVTimucuan
made from the ivory tusks of these in favor today, but has been hunted so ex- the Spaniards.
animals have been found in many Florida tensively that it is now almost extinct.
sites. Replacing the original peaceful Timu
I cuans were the so-called Ishti Semoli
t (translated "wild men") later known as
the Seminoles, an offshoot of the Lower r
Editorials Creeks.They were composed of fragmentsof
numerous reduced and broken tribes,including -
some Negro slaves who
escaped Inhabitated this
who
Indians, once area.
from Spanish and English owners. Tilling the Soil were among the first to settle In permanent colonies and

During this period, there was constant olant crops.
Unified Gty-County Action strife between the Spanish located at St. 'f'--- .. '! -- ... ....
Augustine and the English in South .. 1io1"'t :'.:';,. ., .':". ", :.t ;,!:-;.
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Carolina, as well as battles between the r
various tribes in Georgia and Florida.In .
Gear the Air
Might 1835 the Second Seminole Indian War
I broke out and for seven years this area of
i Florida was the scene of a bitter conflict
Now that the City and County have des, including law enforcement could with a few early settlers trying to protect

come to a mutally agreeable solution on actually be handled more quickly, effec- their homes and families, and the aveng-

operation and financing of the county tively and efficiently than at present. As ing Indians roaming in wild bands, killing,

landfill, the time is ripe to move on to the head of one department put it outposts.In burning,.and scalping them at unprotected

other areas of cooperation in the interest "There are too many people involvedat 4

j I of more efficient and more ( present)... too many messages and only 1842 a the small war was fraction declared of Indians to be over were,

}I economical operation of services for the (sometimes duplicated or conflicting)... left. Most had fled to the swamps of lower
I I public good. and too much resulting confusion." Florida, or had been shipped to reserva-

:i The most obvious and most logical Every department has a want list of tions in other states.

;; area for the next move in this direction needed equipment such as a power ram During the war period, the Alachua

; is the placing of city and county ser- for use with extraction mechanism usedto Union Lands,counties which then were included said to have Bradford been and the

vices for fire, law enforcement, cut apart a wrecked vehicle tc scene of Indian depredations unequalledby

I emergency services, quick response recover an injuredor sometimes any other section of Florida.Dr. .

units, and centralized dispatching, all lifeless victim. Such items could easily .Jacob Rhett Motte, an army surgeon -.. r- .
under one roof. be purchased with savings on who saw duty at Fort Harllee on the Santa .
r duplicated services. Such savings are Fe River in southern Bradford County
The time is particulatly appropriate to be (then Alachua) wrote in his diary concern-
projected as high as $100,000 an-
I now, since the North Florida Regional ing the ravaging Seminoles: "It seemed
emergency services and Civil Defense nually if all of the jail personnel re- strange how sympathy could ever have
quirements now mandated by the state been excited in one's breast for these
t t; building on Edwards Road is vacated From Stefan Lcranl'i TAr Vr World (Until. Sloan & Pearce)
r and unused and should to are put into effect, whereby correc- bloodthirsty cowardly demons,whose only
according a tional officers can no longer be used for glory was butchering defenseless In- Plate V The King And Quccn'1'akc A Walk
| clause in the deed from the Bradford dividuals; raising the ruthless rifle and

County Development Authority to the dispatching as they are at present.In keen-edged scalping knife against unoffending their mothers, reserving her as the last had disappeared long before the white

; Board of Commissioners of State Institutions addition to savings, the consolidation and helpless infancy, decrepit old sacrifice so that she must endure the most man came to this continent. Little is known

,t revert to the BCDA which' of fire, emergency, and policing age, and weak women, never risking an exquisite torture of witnessing the death of them, and hopefully the discovery of
r encounter with men like themselves, ex- agonies of those she cherished dearer than their canoes may lead to other fascinating
deeded the 1.52 services would the
acre site to the state for permit cross-
cept under the most advantageous cir life. into the
glimpses lifestyles, tools, and
I the building in 1965. training of personnel, and would also "
cumstances. Fathers were butchered But the Indians who left their wooden social customs of Florida's earliest
put Bradford among the upper echelonof before their children, and children before buried residents, some 2,000
The first step should be for the City canoes in the peat near Smith Lake years ago.
and to Florida counties taking advantage of
County get together and formulate -
' plans for joint use of the building the 911 all-emergency number in crime-
1 and Agent's Notebook ByBobbyL.Taylor I
' curbing life-saving efforts. County
which has ample footage to.meet : '
square
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the present-needs ,for the proposed Bradford County and Starke are for- t. .. I. "''1' 1

f merged services of both city and coun tunate in having dedicated leaders at During late summer, caterpillars cause Malathion is a good contact poison,but a
i ty. the helm of countywide emergencies problems for gardeners all over our state. Caterpillars & Ornamentalslaid poor stomach poison. So, it's best for use
services and the fire As you probably know, caternillars are the on large caterpillars. Malathion must be
city department.In .
! Some confusion and in larval of butterflies'and
delay turning stage moths.
applied thoroughly, to insure contact with
the property over to the BCDA may their view, "The bottom line is giving While many of the winged adults are at- on the newest plant growth.At maturity all the caterpillars. This can sometimes be
have resulted from the fact that the the people quality service in the most tractive, the damage caused by the larvae the orange dog becomes a swallowtail hard to do especially on large shrubs and
t
cost effective and efficient way." Theyare certainly is not. Because caterpillars are butterfly.If trees.
[, county and city both indicated their in-
presently planning and meansof ravenous feeders, they can cause con- you've ever suddenly felt a sharp, Bacillus thuringiensis isn't a chemical.It's .
. ways
terest in the use of the building in siderable damage in a short time.So
sensation
doing just thatand both that early stinging while pruning a plant, a bacterial concentrate that's deadly
? separate letters to the Department of agree detection and prompt counter measuresare you may have come in contact with two only to caterpillars. It won't harm any
;. Community affairs, rather than making consolidated services in a well-equipped very important. stripes (one white and one maroon) down other insects.
a joint request. Neither has received building such as the one on Edwards There are far too many kinds of pest both sides of its body. It has many clumps When applying pesticides, you should
Road would go a long way toward caterpillars to cover in a single article, butI of stiff poisonous hairs. Touching these is always use caution and common sense.
any response to their letters (the county achieving this goal. will discuss a few of the common ones painful to most people. In some cases, the Avoid contact with the concentrate, and
wrote on June 27 and the City on July 22) you may encounter,and comment on some reaction is bad enough to require stay out of the spray drift. Read the product
I indicating that Tallahassee officials basic control measures. hospitalization. The 10 moth caterpillar label carefully, and follow all direc-
may have put the matter on hold until Sod webworms and fall armyworms which is only one of several stinging tions exactly.
seriously damage lawns. And, it's not varieties, is found on such plants as
further clarification. The Rich Get Richer
They will soon get unusual for both to attack at the same hibiscus, poinsettias, palms, and many
,: a third letterthis one from the time. Webworms are the smaller of the others.

Development Authorityasking that Under Tax ''Reform two species, reaching a length of only Caterpillars can be controlled Surplus Commodity
terms of the deed (i.e. the reverter about three-quarters of an inch,comparedto mechanically, or with chemical sprays if Distribution Dates

clause turning the property back to the Nearly 30,000 individuals and couples one-and-a-half inches for armyworms. the caterpillars are large, and few in Scheduled by SREC
who earned than In general, both are greenish in the young number, they can be removed from plants
BCDA) be carried more $250,000in-
out. stage, turning brown as they mature. by hand. Or, if egg masses are recognized,
Cheese butter flour rice and
,
,
cluding 3,000 more of the echelon ,
upper Their feeding is similar in
,resulting notch- these can be destroyed before they hatch. honey will be included in the surplus
How much better it would be if a joint who earned more that a million ed or ragged leaf edges. However, webworms Chemical control materials include sevin, commodity distribution this month.
; city-county plan for use of the building smackers in 1983paid little or no tend to feed in patches, while armyworms malathion, and bacillus thuringiensis.Sevin .

could be formulated and submitted to federal taxes for that year, according to cause more scattered damage.The is a stomach poison, that's good to The following schedule has been
orange dog caterpillar is a common use on small caterpillars that are hard to announced by the Suwannee River
U.S.
: the State, with the blessing of the Treasury reports."If pest on citrus trees. It's black with white find. However, sevin isn't a very good con- Economic Council:

w Development Authority. That should anyone had doubts about the un- markings, and slimy looking. It's eggs tact poison so, it can't be used against
\ satisfy Tallahassee if it has any doubts fairness of our present tax code, these which look like small yellow beads are caterpillars that are already quite large. Thursday, Aug. 15, old RJE school
, about the best of the for all building, 10:30: a.m. to 4 p.m., for
, use building taxes should convince them beyond a over 60 and handicapped only.
the citizens of the county. It would also doubt," says the chairman of a House Friday, Aug. 16, RJE, 9 a.m. to
:, be fair to both the city and the county Ways and Means subcommittee. DARTS and LAURELSFor 1:30 p.m.

governments. The city has a stake in the Monday, Aug. 19, Lawtey Recrea-
building since it built According to the report, 29,800, or 11 tion Center, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
the was on property per cent of tax returns showing annual County CommissionersDear Tuesday, Aug. 20, Hampton City
given to the
by City DevelopmentAuthority. income of more than $250,000 paid less Hall, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
But the Development Wednesday, Aug. 21, Speedville,
than five cent of that income in Editor
per :
which must make Augustl3,1985 Pleasant Grove Church 10 to
Authority, ultimately a.m.
the decision on future use of the taxes in 1983. Nearly twice that number I would like to take this time to Dart and Laurel our County Commissioners. 1:30 p.m.Wednesday.

building, has responsibility to the owed no more than ten per cent. In fact, 1. Dart to Mr. E.W. Hodges who did not have the time or show any concern dur- Aug. 21, Brooker City
11 of those Hall, 10 to 1:30
cent a.m.
county-at-large, not just the City of 3,170, or per earning ing a conversation with several of the Commissioners in the Lincoln City area p.m.
more than a million paid less than five
Starke, in deciding what is the highest on 8/12/85. Applicants must bring USUA commodity -
i and best use of the property. Joint city- per cent in taxes, and 5,395 paid less 2. Laurel to Lawrence Mosely who did take the time and explained to me what order card and identification in
would enable the than ten per cent, the Treasury said. would be happening with the road problem in the Lincoln City area. to receive commodities.
county use BCDA
to Please
In marked contrast the bring bag or box to place
discharge its obligation to all, without average 3. Dart to Mr. E.W. Hodges, who was more concerned about a supposed radio commodities in.Fighting .
" partiality. family earning between $30,000 and call in his car than to speak with me. ,
about 13 of its in-
$75,000 paid cent
per 4. Laurel to Mr. Wilbur Waters who took the time and explained a little more in
I When the present needs of both the city come in taxes to the federal government depth about what they have in mind concerning the road problem. Cancer...

and the county are considered it is in 1983. 5.Dart to Mr. E.W.Hodges,who is supposed to be our commissioner for District The 1985 American Cancer Socie-
difficult to reconcile spending' money There is no doubt that tax reform is 4 which includes the Lincoln City area that is in question.. Yet Mr. Hodges got in ty, Bradford County Unit, Fund
needed and needed rolled the windows and Drive period will end in
of badly. But accor- his car, up turned the air conditioner on. August.
unnecessarily on a duplication ser-
Bradford County's 1983 has
vices as is presently the case. Both ding to most anyalysts the reform bill 6.Laurel to Mr. J.B. Crawford who took the time also to respond to me and not been met, says Drive quota Chairman
recommended by President Reagan stayed a little longer than the others. Lillian
governmental bodies have been able to Stump. Donations may be
: balance their budgets by cutting needed would still benefit the highest; income 7. Dart to Mr. E.W.Hodges who proceeded to try to interrupt the conversationson sent to Miss Lillian Stump, 1199
services and equipment here and there- groups at the expense of the middle in- several occasions in order for Mr. Waters and the others not to speak with Bessent Road, Starke, FL 32091.
If true, that "Each year we hope the cure for
comers. would not be tax
1 items which, in cases could be me.Last this dread disease
many will be found
I easily financed by reform, it would be just more of the but not least, A BIG DART to Mr. Maxie Carter, Jr., chairman of the great strides and
unnecessarily are being made
and money spent. same unfair treatment middle income commissioners, who got in the car along with Mr. Hodges and never returned to nually," advises Miss Stump.an-
unproductively on conversation.The .
i duplication.Not groups have been getting for lo these the "As a part of your regular
many years. point I'm trying to make here is that these people are supposed to be in a cancer-related check up, ask your
I where in they are responsible to the people and for physician to help
could be saved but position especially the people you keep your colton
only money Real tax reform in the interest of of their District. Mr. Hodges' attitude was very negative and has been for and rectum healthy. Early
1 some services, such as dispatching for fairnessyes.. Tax "reform" to make some time. These people are elected officials and they are supposed to represent detection and prompt treatment
fire, quick response and other emergen-. the already rich richerNol! ALL the people, and not just one group. really pays off. Even before our

:'These people are paid with my tax dollars along with all the other residents of president! suffered this disease, the
main efforts
for
., I Lincoln City. So on 8/12/85, when Mr. Hodges was in the neighborhood he was cancer control by
;. : ( t T: rOT: ITe I6-0T IT"! 'IJ on the taxpayers' time. His salary is $969.20 per month plus $25 for travel ex- in the colorectal Cancer Society for 198 .86 was
""- penses. So he is paid to do what he should have been doing. It is not like he was problems.
J. / ""- doing the residents a favor-it is his job. (We are talking about approximately -- .
: LS &4- C- 10 minutes of his precious time). But what more can you expect when Mr.
ti, ':"- Hodges still refers to black people as "colored folk?" "Farming I Is a continuing
Mary L. Cummings miracle wrought by the
Tri Speaker, the great American baseball player was known a* the "Gray Eagla" P.O. Box 464, Starke hand o>God.*
b au.e.of his. gray hair. and his speed In playing,the outfield.'L'L Benjamin Frank.InJ


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Christine Creiqhton JamevGoad Wed ,I

Lisa A. Norman, I
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Engagement Announced Lawte the marriage of nice of the bride wore a pink andwhite ried pink roses, with baby's breath mother. I
; their daughter, Christine, to Jamey gown with a pink veil and a and white ribbons. Her headpiecewas The bride's table was decoratedwith
Mr.and Mrs.James M.Norman of Goad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith of halo head piece. She carried a small made by Beedeemay Norman of a white table cloth and a pink ,
Highland, announce the engagementof Miami,July 27. in the Women's Clubin basket with pink and white flower Lawtey and was a halo of white silk and white flower arrangement. The {i
their daughter,Lisa A. Norman to Starke with Pastor George< petals. flowers. cake was decorated with pink roses,
John M. Cravey, Jr. son of Mr. and Chisam of Georgia officiating.The The attendants were marton of white swans and white doves.
*' Mrs. John M. Cravey, Sr. of music was provided by honor, Connie willIams, and The groom's attendants were The guests were greeted by \
Keystone Heights. Michael Prescott, pianist and Deb- bridesmaid, Stephanie Creighton, Louis Smith,father of the groom and Richard Griffis and in the receiving \
Miss Norman is a graduate of bie Norman, soloist. sisters of the bride. They wore pink Richard Griffis. Michael Jones, .line were Stephani Smith, of Miami ,
Bradford High School and is The decorations consisted of white and white gowns and carried pink nephew of the groom, attended as and Casey Brown, of Orlando. I
employed by Lawtey Correctional and pink pompom mums pink and roses with pink robbon streamers. ring bearer. The newlyweds spent their honey--
Institution.Mr. Cravey is a graduateof white carnations and white and pink Given in marriage by her father, After the ceremony there was a moon in Orlando and will reside in I
Keystone High School and is wedding lIs.Crosby the bride wore a white, floor length reception, also at the Women's Club, Miami.
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employed by Metal Container Cor ,
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wedding is planned for 7 p.m. ReunionSet
August 31, at Evergreen Baptist >: j
Church in Lawtey. All friends and This Weekend jI I
relatives are invited to attend. p I
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Deccndants of the late Philip '
Lisa Norman Abraham and Clarissa Bragg
Crosby will gather Saturday and
John M. Cravey Jr. Sunday, Aug. 17-18, for their 43rd an- i
nual family reunion. Now yoU'w
Festivities will start at 2 p.m. :I
Lisa Ellinger, when the clan will visit the old I
I Crosby homestead off Highway 18
Mike Scott just east of Brooker for the tradi-
To Wed Aug. 31 tional peanut boiling and get-
together.The .
Mr.and Mrs. Wayne D.Ellinger of scene will shift to the Lake GOTThETOUCHO'Ibuch .
r'sA Tippecanoe, Indiana, announce the Butler Community Center at 10 a.m.
engagement and approaching mar- Sunday where a brief business
riage of their daughter Lisa Carol to meeting and program will start at 12
Michael Eugene Scott, son of Mr. noon, followed by a covered dish luncheon -
and Mrs. Lamar Scott of Starke. for family members and Calling is now NMiat's more, everyone supply' you with a new
Lisa is a 1983 graduate of Grace friends. Rep. George Crady and available in this area. So is going to need Touch Call telephone that will touch
Baptist Christian School in Mrs. Crady are expected to be
Plymouth, Indiana. among the invited guests. you can: discover for yourservice to access the exciting your lift
Mike is a 1976 graduate of Brad- self how Touch Call service new electronic services!

ford the High Western School Steer and is Restaurant the managerof in Eastern Star is a lot quicker and more that are coming in thecanecnii'nt =-_::.. -;;- g

Albany, Ga. Supper Aug. 17 to use than future. -:..-==-= == ==.
The wedding is planned for August Starke rotary dialing. Call us and let us
31, at 1 p.m. in Bourbon Bible Chapter 224 Order of COl1/Jl1/I/7i.'htJholl J
Church, Bourbon, Indiana.All Eastern Star will have a covered
friends and relatives are invited dish supper Saturday, August 17 at 7
in the Masonic '''
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to All Masons and their families are ,

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Miss Rosa Moore will be honored
SUPER VALUE DAYS
with a reception to celebrate her
80th birthday Sunday, August 25
from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Union FREE ATTACHMENT NO DOWN PAYMENT
Primitive Baptist Church on Morgan -NO MONTHLY
Road. L PAYMENT FOR 90 DAYS'
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No gifts are requested but all
friends and relatives are invited to During Super Value Days when choose either a 6-bushel grass
the church dining hall. you purchase any Snapper catcher or dump cart-FREE!

Mr.The and reception Mrs. Nelson is being Moore given, her by rear-engine riding mower at OR, if you buy a Snapper Hi-Vac

brother, and sister Mrs. Lois Cox regular retail price Rider you can get a Twin-Bag
you can Catcher or Bag-N-Wagon at only
Vz the retail price And for
Bakken --'
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Engagement Told = smootherride

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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bakken of
Breckenridge, Minn., announce the / riders now .. .
engagement and approaching mar. have an automatic
'. riage of their daughter,Linda Kay to blade stop and '..; ..",*'..''"" ,;,..(.'{,",, "I'JII'! .
Richard J. DiPaolo, son of Mrs. Bet smooth start clutch.** .-.
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The wedding is planned for Sept. 8 ip
at the home of the bride-elect's $ff tH[ :.* v mM ) ,
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Mr. DiPaolo is a pressman for GRASSCATCHER li''
Florida Crown Printing Co. in Max-
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Hoppe. Roszel DUMPCART =.r'= ". j n
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Lynda Anne Hoppe and Daniel -"' -- -,. 'T IJII
Craig Roszel were married Satur- d.
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The bride is the daughter of Mr. WARRANTY
and Mrs. James Clarence Hoppe of

Tampa.The bridegroom She is a teacher.is the son of Mrs. .-.. ..HURRV.OFFER ENDS SOON ',. 1 .1 BACK TO fl\I\
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4. Beth Underhill Bob Boone. ExchangeVows .

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41, Beth Underhill, daughter of Mr. baby's breath and leather leaf fern show off the heart shaped top with fisherman at a pond fishing. Servingthe
and Mrs. Eugene Underhill of Starke background with ribbon streamer to bride and groom. groom's cake was Nancy Stancil.
and Bob Boone, son of Mr. and Mrs. match her gown. Serving the cake was Sylvia
Earl Boone, also of Starke, were Miss Amy Black, Mrs. Angela Underhill and Velma Harms. Serving Floor hostesses for the evening
united in marriage on June 28, at the Gorman and Miss Lorrie Cason the punch was Stephanie Starl- were Earnestine Underhill\ Coulette
lr Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day served as bridesmaids. Their ing and Linda Wilkison.The groom's Sapp, Margaret Stancel! and Pat
Saints in Starke with Elder Earl nosegays were pompoms mini car- cake was chocolate decorated with aCommunity Waters.
Mattox performing the couple stood under an archway baby's breath and leather leaf back- .
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of multicolor flowers and ing. The ribbon streamers matched
doves with pink roses and sprays of their gowns of rosette color. 'The
flowers off to the side.Two tall green flower girl was Nora Waters, cousinof State Bank:
plants stood next to the archway. the bride. She carried a lace
d rp / Daniel Martin played the piano for basket of pink rose petals. Martha of Starke
soloist Mrs. Sylvia Reddish. and Nora's gown was a lighter pink
Y'd. The bride given in marriage by matching the maids gowns of rosette presents'I\
j :/ 4.; her father, wore a Victorian style color. All gowns trussled to a ruffle ,i '
; look with ruffled shoulders.
satin gown with a fitted bodice. The'bodice
( was highlighted by seed David Rtihart served as best man. Community Appreciation Day
pearls set on Alicon lace flowers. Loren Reihart, Dean Underhill and
A'4 The gown flared to a hoop skirt with Randy Wheeler served as ushers
: pleats accenting the center of the and attendants. Paul Waters, cousinof
chapel length gown. The seed pearls the bride, served as ringbearer. FREELIVE
and alicon lace flowers accented the All wore silver-gray tuxedo's with
full length train. The knee length pink carnation boutonnieres.A .
veil was surrounded by,/the same reception was held after the ENTERTAINMENT COKES
lace flowers with seed pearls to ceremony in the Cultural Hall at the
match the gown. She 'carried a church. HOT DOGS ANTIQUE CAR SHOW
nosegay' of pink roses mixed with The bride's table was set with
mini carnations and ruben greenery and flowers and doves in
Rink, backed with leather leaf fern the center. Pink punch, nuts and
and baby's breath. Flowering from mints were served along with an
the center downward was love lace elaborately decorated cake made by
which completed the elegant look. Barbara Reddish as a gift for the
Mrs. Martha Davis. served as bride and groom. It was three tiered
matron of honor. She carried a with a staircase leading down to two
nosegay of one rueben lily, white' more cakes on each side. Matching
daisies and mini carnations with attendants were" on the staircase to

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Mrs. Earl B. Searing had as guests a two-week trip to Atlanta and Baton Sewer Cleaning

last Cmdr.week and her daughter Mrs. J.G.and Sims husband and, attended Rouge. While the in National Baton Rouge Sports they t.\Q !I I s Water Heaters Poulan thanks America

children of Washington, D.C.; her Festival where Mrs. Kennard'snephew ; All Plumbing Fixtures
John Sawyer was one of the i with new low chain saw
son and wife,Mr. and Mrs. E.Burge visited Jack -: Commercial
Searing and Erin of Atlanta, Ga.; coaches. They also l q ...
and Sawyer in Wayeland, Miss., the Gus .. ''
and her niece and husband, Mr. Industrial
Mrs. J.B. Jackson of Jacksonville. Evans in Cochran, Ga. and Sue and 'S prices and a free gift.Poulan .
Don Tilley in Orange Park on their ; Residential
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis of return trip. t-' 'Q.I'
Camp Blanding have returned from is America's chain saw, built for rugged
Gresham,Oregon where they visited Owen Alvarez "Owner American workers designed:i
dependability by ;
their son, Jerry E. Griffis, and famiIV The Lawtey of God is having a
Jlllv 1 tn Ana 7 sing, August 18 at 6 p.m., featuring -- by American engineers. That makes the
Mrs. Bernice Kennard and Mrs. Sharon Beavers. Pastor James Poulan Super 25 ideal for cutting
Bernie Jackson have returned from Miller.
RESULTS OF JULY 27th JACKPOT American wood.

'20000 ADDED SUPER CLOVERLEAF 17 RIDERS

BirthsCarmen 1st Julie Steckner . 270.00

Elise Waterhouse Joshua Steven Read 2nd Robin Morton . 162.00

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wright Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Read of 3rd Mollie McClellan 108.00
Waterhouse, Jr. of Hampton announce Fayetteville, N.C., announce the
the birth of a daughter, birth of a son, Joshua Steven, born NOVICE CLOVERLEAF 30 RIDERS
Carmen Elise, born August 10 at St. August 2. Super 25
Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville. He is the grandson of Ralph and 1st Judy Ring . . 43.50 with 16" bar
Rebecca Read, former residents of
Maternal grandparents ,are Mr. ,
2nd '36.003rd a 2.3 cu. in.(38ccm( )engine
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i and 'Mrs: "Andrew. J. Eaves*III jl 4 Lake Butler. > .1 i'H. :. GlorjabElswick ,
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Maternal grandparents'
great at Ft. Bragg. J.T. Bass . . '28.504th a Low kick chainAutomatic
Mr. and Mrs. L. ,C. Early, allof,
&manual chain oiler
Starke. Gwen Wilds . 21.00
Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
Beatrice Benson of Starke. Paternal Mr. and Kyle Mrs.Matthew Jerry Griffis E. Griffis of 5th Doug Martin . '13.00 Reg. $279.99NOW

Waterhouse grandfather, Sr.is Mr.of Palatka.Jack Wright Paternal Gresham, Oregon announce the 6th Dana Moore . '7.50 $259.99
Matthew born
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birth of a son, Kyle
great grandmother is Mrs. A. K.
July 12.Kyle. NOVICE POLES 14 RIDERS
Brown, Sr. of'Starke,
brother Kelly
joins a SAVE $20.00
Michael, 2>/2. 1st Gloria Elswick 31.50
age . .
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Ashley BrooksMr. Paternal grandparents are Mr. 1 Year limited warranty on
and Mrs. Wendall Brown of and Mrs Gerald Griffis of Camp 2nd Judy Ring . '18.903rd TOTAL VALUE SAVINGS $80.00 OFFER EXPIRES 8/30/85/
Lake Butler announce the birth of a
daughter, Ashley, July 25 in Blanding. Randy Hartley . '12.60 Magnavox D39OO
Humana Hospital in Orange Park.;
She joins two sisters Crystal age Jorrod Wayne Bacon Bacon of SUPER POLES 'SO" ADDED 13 RIDERS PLUS! Free .,-
Mr. and Mrs. Terry
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Maternal grandparents are Mr. Raiford announce the birth of a son, 1st Judy Ring . . 57.60
27, at St. Vin ... .
and Mrs. Jesse P, Griffin of Starke Jorrod Wayne, July -
and great grandparents Mrs. Alma cent's Hospital, Jacksonville. 2nd Martha Nasworthy 34.50 i
Orr of Alton, Missouri and Mrs. Ella Maternal grandparents are Hilsey With purchaseof
3rd Linda Everette 23.00
Smith of Thayer, Missouri. and Louise Norman of Hampton Super 25.
Lake and great grandparents,
Paternal grandparents are Mr. Retail Value.$5995 Otter good while, supplies last
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
and Mrs. Art Brown of Lake Butler James B. Davis of Glenn St. Mary.

and great grandparents Mrs. Bell Paternal grandparents are Pete See You at Next Jackpot Aug. 24 at 4
of Raiford and ,
and Alene Turner pm
Brown and the late A.W. Brown of Florida Pest Control Starke Power Equipment
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Edward great grandmother, Trennie Robinson STARKE
of Green Cove Springs.Donations 539 E. Call Street 438 s. Walnut
of
Middleburg.
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Persons wishing to contribute deliver items to the
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August 15, 1985 TELEGRAPH Page PA
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Payment Terms: Full payment erected shall be heard

required on acceptance for or against the proposal .

NoticesNOTICE of highest bid. as specified In the Department of the

Legal ., Form of Payment: All Zoning Code of the City Treasury/Internal
,
.
payments must be by of Starke. Florida. Revenue Service

Toro makes the No.1 cashier's cash, certified or treasurer'check, Walter Wescott Chairman NOTICE SALE OF PUBLIC AUCTION -


check or by a United Stork.Zoning & Planning Under the authority In Internal .

consumer rated mower. States postal bank, express Board 8/15 Itchq Revenue Code section

This change in classification It subject to or telegraph 6331, the property

CITY OF STARKE has mode application to a public hearing to be held on Thursday, (money order. Make NOTICE OF APPLICATION described below has

the Starke Zoning and Planning Board August 29, 1985 at 7:00 P.M., In the check or money order FOR REZONING been seized for nonpayment -

for reclassification of the property Council Room In the Starke City Hall on payable to the Internal AND AMENDMENT OF of Internal revenue
THE LAND USE PLAN
/ described below from R1C, R1A RM-1 to Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. At this Revenue Service. An ORDINANCE taxes due, from Thomas

RID for residential (mobile horn. or conventional -' time all persons Interested shall be Susan Ryan, Revenue Of- the ComprehensiveLand am.n.ding 0, and Jeanette Smith.

), approximately 56 acres, 59 heard for or against the proposal as ficer 08-0645 Use Plan Element The property will be soldat

parcel (or portions of parcels), located specified In the Zoning Code of the Cityof 8000 Arlington Expressway and Map by City of public auctions as provided -

North of Georgia Street West of Good Starke, Florida. Stop 510.1 Starke. Florida-In accordance by Internal

win Street and 300' and 600' West of Hwy Walter Westcott Chairman Jacksonville, Florida with the local Revenue Code section

301N. East of Grand St. and South of Starke Zoning & Planning Board 8/15 32211 ((904)724-4587) Government Comprehensive 6335 and related regulations. .
8/15
.
DeSue Itchg Act
Street. Planning
NOTICE Date of Sale: Thursday,
of 1975 as provided for In

S.G. DENMARK has Chapter '163 of the August 29, 1985

made application to the Florida Statutes.TO Time of Sale: 9:30: a.m. i

Place of Sale: Front Steps,
Stark. Zoning and PlannIng
: All Citizens, Taxpayers
Board for Bradford County Court
and other Interested
; reclassification of theproperty Persons. House Starke, Florida

described You and each of You Title Offered: Only the

: below from R1A. to RID are hereby and herewith right, title, and Interest of
Thomas O. and Jeanette
__ Twenty ((20)) acre given notice In accordance -
Smith in and to the properly -
located South on Colley with Florida
will offered for
be
Rd. turn left on Geiger Statutes that the Boardof
sale. If requested, the Internal
Rd. go 1/4 mile on right City Commissioners of
Revenue Service
UILP7ii&JI. off Geiger Rd., In Section Starke, Florida. have will furnish information

34, Township 6 South, designated the Starke

Range 22 East Parcel Zoning and Planning about possible encumbrances -
which be
: may
,
4517-00000 for mixedresidential Board to conduct a publichearing
u.efulln determining the
of Mobile at a regular .
value for the Interest being
;,' : ;+ ct4 homes and/or conven meeting held at 7:00: lold.Descrlpllon.

tional. P.M., In the City Commission of

This change In classification meeting room, Property:
That certain sales/pur
Is subject to a public Starke City Hall Stork.,
termed
chases contract as
hearing to be held on Florida, on Thursday
.r Articles of Agr..m.nt.dat.d ,
4 : 5. Thursday. August 29. August 29 1985 and
__
9
So why would 1985 at 7:00 P.M.. In the make a recommendationto February 1976
buy S
you S between Thomas O.
.. I 2 Council Room In the the City of Starke
... 'M I 4 tiI S. Smith, Jr. and Jeanette
% ._gA Starke City Hall on Commissioners and the
else. 'J I
anything .r -
.s'J, N I I i I I't Sutton Smith, the sellers,
.. Thompson Street Board will consider on
: ,
I I
fr- ": t ;. s' and Raymond J. Allen,
I I Stark., Florida. At this Tuesday September 3,
ri .5 k
? the recorded In
-Jr.L buyer as
jp
:, it il.4.r B time all persons Interested 1985 at the same said the Official Public

We weren't real surprised! when competitive models. We always knewa &'/ .: shall be heard place at 7:30: P.M. an Ordinance Records of Bradford

leading consumer publication gave this riding mower was the best ". for or against the proposal relating to: Starke Florida
one : County,
.iL :z1' J-r' 1 / p. r as specified In the Th. rezoning of the
this Toro a rating of excellent in 9 money could buy. on February 12, 1976 In
Code of the
different categories, and a rating of But when Zoning Cityof following described property Official Record. Book
now we say it-you 7/z7.3 Starke Florida.
and the
.' _. No.1 out of a field of 14 don't have to take our word for it. ; L" Walter WeMcott, Chairman Comprehensive amending Land 138, Pages description 710 712.,and Property


BEl' : Use Plan to provide that other conditions and

m ; L.I Stark. Zoning& Planning lands currently zoned A restrictions are described

Board and the
designated by
,. c' IIm'l.'n't'Oudone\\ithutaTn long ?' therein Monthly
> enough plan as Agricultural be
the contract
: rezoned to RM.2, anddesignated payments on
: of the and based
$176.80
Department are on
Model56145 8 H.P. Key-Lectric Start ." TreasuryInternalRevenue Mobile Home amortization schedulethe
Park the of L.E.
property

32" Cut 5 Forward Speeds : / ,'i: I '. NOTICE OF Service PUBLIC AUCTION Andrews, described as $9257.51.balance remaining is
/ ; '
'uz1_ ? ., :. SALE follows: Nineteen ((19)) be Inspected -
Property
2 Year Limited Warranty ,. ......... acres at West City limitsof may
-
r Internal
$ -1-10099 I ----- J I Under the authority in at: Official Public
West Starke off South
Revenue Code section Records, Bradford County -
I I Otl
Reg. 1399" SPECIAL side of Butler Rd. to
6331 the property Starke, Florida.
Thomas O. and Jeanette Land Seaboard RR Track
Jr. and Jeunette Sutton Comprehensive described below has Payment Terms: Full payment
Smith In and to the property Use Plan to provide that Parcel 4161-00000 In S.c.
Smith the sellers and been seized for required on
nonpayment acceptance -
NO MONEY DOWN
land zoned RSF 29 Township 6
will be offered will currently tlon ,
07 Hugh E. Ellis, Sr. and of Internal revenuetaxes of highest bid.
48 be offered for sale. If and desglnated by the South Range 22 East to
requested
Dorothea V. Ellis, the due from Thomas Form of Payment: All
To Qualified ONLY
Buyers per month the Internal plan a* Rural Residential be used for Mobile Home
buyers, as recorded In O. and Jeanette Smith payments must be by
will furnish be rezoned to EA. Park
the Official, Records of Revenue Service The property will be soldat cash certified ch.ck.ca.nl.r's ,
Information about and desginated Exclusive You are further given
Bradford County, Starke, public auction as provided or Ir.asurer'sch.ck
LAWN & Florida, on May 20, 1977 possible encumbrances, Agriculture the by Internal NOTICE that a copy of or by a United
which be useful In of ANXLE B. said proposed ORDINANCE
may property !
I in; Official Records Book Revenue Code section States postal bank express
the value of MEAD described as Is available for
151, Pages 205 206. Property determining 6335 and related regula- or taiegrophmoney
ARDEN CENTER T'rONTROL description and the Interest being told. follows: 146 acres tiDAL your inspection at the office order. Make

of located three miles of the Director of
Description Property:
other conditions, and Date of Sale: Thursday check or money order
South of East of and Planning,
That certain soles/pur Keystone Zoning
29 1985. the Internal
539 EAST CALL STREET restrictions described August payable to
21 and North of Ct. Bradford County Courthouse -
chase termed
contract as Hwy
CALcO therein. Monthly Time of Sale: 9:30: a.m. Revenue Service.
Rd. 214 Parcel Stark., Florida.
954-5745 Articles of Agreement
of Sale Front Richard Bartholomew
payments on the contract Place : Step,
6205-00000 In Section 36. Each and Person
dated November 25
every
are $172.02 and bosed on Bradford County CourtHouse Revenue Officer. 8/05/85
1974 between Thomas Twonshlp 8 South. Range having any interest
an amortization schedulethe Starke, Florida 3131-62 NW 13th St.
O. Smith, Jr. and 22 East, to put propertyIn whatever In the enactment -
balance remaining is Titlo Offered: Only the Gainesville, Florida

.\l.. :" "" $12,258.16. Jeanette Sutton Smith. Agricultural classifica right, title, and Interest of of this proposed 904-377-0280,81\5

S. NOTICE OB etNTBNTIOKtnrrTO 'Notice of p i; .'t1ilYo14.. 1 1'10'1 L I c.'bf Application fo/> Property may be Inspected Everette the sellers Combs,. and'-dAd)Carol m.. tion.You are further given> .Thomas O. and Jeanette ORDINANCE and be heard should at the appear -
Smith and the
REGISTER FICTITIOUS at: Official Public In to properly -
ToxDeed Tax Deed Y. Combs, the buyers, as NOTICE that a copy of will be offered for time and place prescrib Department of the
Records Bradford County
NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE IS HEREBY said OR. .d.
recorded in the Official proposed TreasuryInternalReenue
Pursuant to Section GIVEN that Dempsey R. GIVEN that Maude H. Starke, Florida. Public Records of Bradford DINANCE is available for sale. If requested the Internal BOARD OF City of Stork. Service

865.09 Florida Statutes Sapp the holder of the Griffls the holder of the Payment Terms: Full payment County, starke your Inspection at the office Revenue Service COMMISSIONERS NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

notice Is hereby given following certificates has following certificates has required on acceptance Florida, on November 25 of the Director of will furnish information BY.Director, Stark. ZonIng SALE

that the undersigned filed said certificates fora filed said certificates fora of highest bid. 1974, in Official Records Zoning and Planning, City about possible encumbrances & Planning 8/15 Under the authority in Internal -

William D. Craven, sole tax deed to be issued tax deed to be Issued Form of Payment: All Book 129, Pages 213 Hall ThompsonStreet which may be Revenue Code section .

owner, doing business thereon. The certificate thereon. The certificate payments must be by 215. Propety description Stork., Florida. u.efulln determining the NOTICE OF NAMES OF 6331, the propertydescribed
under the firm of cash, certified check, value of the interest be- PERSONS APPEARINGTO
name numbers and of Issuance
years numbers and years of Issuance and other conditions and Each and every person below has
Suzuki of Stark., Intends cashier's or treasurer's ing sold. BE OWNERS OF
the descriptionof the descriptionof restrictions described having any Interest been seized for non-
to register said fictitious the property and the the property and the check or by a United therein. Monthly whatever In the enactment Descrpitlon of Property: ABANDONED PROPERTY paymenr of internal

name under the foresald names in which Is was names In which it wan States postal bank, express payments on the contractare of this proposed That Certain termed sales/pur- Pursuant to Section 13, revenue taxes due from
chase contract as
statute. assessed are as follows: assessed are as follows: or telegraph $100.38 and based on ORDINANCE should op- Chapter 717, Florida Thomas O. and Jeanette

Dated this 25 day of July. Certificate No. 8 Year of Certificate No. 145 Yearof money order. Make an amortization schedulethe pear and be heard at the Articles of Agreement Statutes, entitled Smith. The property will
dated June 29 1976, between -
A.D. 1985 In Bradford check or money order "Florida Disposition of
Issuance 1983
Issuance 1983D.icrlpllon balance remaining is time and place prescribed. be sold at public auction
Thomas O. Smith,
8/1 8/22 payable to the Internal Unclaimed PropertyAct"
County. 4tpd of PropertyLOTS Description of Property 827156. as provided by Internal
Jr. and Jeanette Sutton he,
4606 LOTS 8 & 9 OF BL.< Revenue Service. BRADFORD notice is ebygiven Code
BOARD OF Revenue section
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 4,5,6 OF BLK 15 IN Property may be Inspected Smith the sellers, and that the
Richard Bartholomew
3 LAKE KINGSLEY HTS IN COUNTY COMMIS. persons 6335 and related regula.
Official Public
RIVER
FICTITIOUS TOWN OF NEW at:
REGISTER Hans A. Davis and TeresaM.
to
Revenue Officer 8-05-85 listed below appear
SEC 24 TWP 6 -S. R20. NE 1/" OF NE 1/4 SEC 36 Records, Bradford County SIONERSBY tions.
NAME : 3131-62 NW 13th St. Davis, the buyers, as be owners of unclaimed
Pursuant to Section Name In which assessed Twp6S. R22. Gainesville Florida Starke, Florida. : Gilbert S. Brown, recorded in the Official Intangible Date of Sale: Thursdoy.Augu.t ,
personal or
,
865.09 Florida Statutes.n..stlce Arrena (Arrlne) Jones Name In which assessed 32601 I 904-377-0280: 8/15 Payment Terms: Full payment Clerk 8/15 Itchg Public Records of Brad- property presumed 29, 1985
Mims Time of Sale 9:30 .
H.B. : : a m.
of said required on
is hereby given All property acceptance I. ford County Starke, abandoned. THIS DOES
NOTICE
the of All of said property NOTICE of bid. hereby Place of Sale: Front Steps,
highest
that the undersigned.Harry being In County that Florida, on June 30, 1976 NOT INVOLVE REAL
of RALPH BRYAN has made given on Monday Bradford CourtHouse
In the
E. Cooney and Bradford State of being County Form of Payment: All In Official. Records Book County
26 1985 at 10:00 ESTATE.
Bradford State of application to the Stark. August : Starke Florida.
be in
Marianna Cooney, Rt. 3 Florida. payments must 142 Property -
and o'clock A.M., the undersigned Poges573-575. BRIGHT HARRIDELLEP.O.
Florida. Zoning Planning Title Offered: Only the
such certificateor cash certified ch.ck.cashier' ,
Box 1403 Stark., Flo. Unless description and BOX S
Unless such certificateor Board for reclassification Gator right title, and interest of
treasurer'scheck
32091 owners, do- certificates shall be or other conditions and
32058
joint Inc. will LAWTEY FL
Frleghtways,
of the
certificates shall be property described United Thomas O. and Jeanette
to by a
busIness under the redeemed according or restrictions described
Ing sell at public auction for 1691.1984.0001DODD.
below from R1C Smith in and to the
redeemed to
to -
firm of Old Glory law the property described according States postal, bank, express therein, Monthly D. property
name WILLIAM
.
cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.
law the property described RID Twenty-five ((25)) lots will be offered for
intends in such certificate or or telegraphmoney the
and contractare
Feed Supplies payments on P.O. BOX 280
in such certificate or one mile North ofBrownl. order. Make Jacksonville, Flo., one sale. If requested the Internal -
to register said fictitious certificates will be sold $92.01 and based on FL 32091
STARKE.
lot of columns andbrack.t.
.. Rd. Revenue Service
certificates will be soldto (Hwy 16)) check order
under the to the highest bidder at or money amortization schedule
160019840004DOWLING
name West of Old Rd. consigned to an will furnish Information
the highest bidder at Lawtey
aforesaid statute. the court house door on payable to the Internal Window Cocoa, the balance remaining is JR.. ERNEST J.
ofSeptember the court house door on to RR r/w, excluding Revenue Servico. Ability about possible encumbrances -
Dated this 29 day of the 3rd day $8059.74. 570 W CALL ST
Flo. and
to satisfy freight
the 17th day ofSept.mber lots 1.2,3,4,7 & 8 Richard Bartholomew which may beuseful
A.D. 1985 in Brad 1985. be Inspected STARKE Fl 32091
July. charges, under Property may
Parcels
( storage in the
1985. 2495-00100 determining
Dated this 10 day of Revenue Officer, 8-05-85 ,
8/22 Official Public
ford County. 8/1 4t at: 27751984.0146
the of Section
2495-00200 and provisions value of the Interest beIng
Dated this 26th day of -
S. 3131-62 NW 13th St.
June. 1985. GILBERT Records, Bradford County LAWSON'S DAVID PAINT
Notice of Application for BROWN CLERK July. 1985.Signature. 2495-00300)) being Parcel Gainesville, Florida 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Stork., Florida. & sold.Description.
,
Tax Deed BY Beulah 2495-00000, In Section 32601 904-377-0280 8/15 Bill of lading. of Property:
Beulah Moody Full
Terms
: FELIX
NOTICE IS HEREBY Clerk of Circuit Court of Moody GILBERT S. 21 Twonshlp 6 South, Gator Frelghtways, Inc. Payment payment SULLIVAN TEWPLE That certain salespurchase -
required on acceptance 367 NORTH
GIVEN, that E.M. LEWIS Bradford County Florida BROWN Range 22 East for NOTICE OF APPLICATION Carrier of highest bid. contract termed as

OR EDDIE J. LEWIS the Clerk of Circuit Court of residential, mobile home FOR REZONINGAND 01-437841 dtd 2/21/85 of Allpaym.nt. AVENUE Articles of Agreement
OF INTENTION and/or conventional 8/158/22 2tchgDepartment Form Payment: STARKE, FL 32091 doted December 10,
holder of the following NOTICE Bradford County, AMENDMENT OF must be in

certificates has filed sold TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS Florida. 8/8 41 8/29 This change In classification THE LAND USE PLAN of the cash certified check, 1477-1984-0056 D. 1974, between Thomas

certificates fdr a' tax NAME Is subject to a public An ORDINANCE amending TreasuryInternaIRevenue RITCH CARRIE O. Smith Jr. and
of cashier's treasurer's CHERRY
the or 556 NORTH
deed to be Issued Pursuant to Section Department hearing to be held on the ComprehensiveLand Service United Jeanelle Sutton Smith

thereon. The certificate 865.09 Florida Statutes, Tr.a.urylnt.rnalRevenue I Thursday. August 29, Use Plan Element PUBLIC AUCTION SALE check or by a STREET the sellers, and Harold G.
bank express
States 32091
postal, FL
numbers and years of Issuance notice is hereby given Service 1985 at 7:00 P.M.. in the and Map by Bradford Under the authority In Internal STARKE Anderson and Mane E.
PUBLIC AUCTION or telegraphmoney 0340-1984-0017
OF ,
NOTICE
the descriptionof that the undersigned Council Room In the County, Florida In accordance Revenue Code section order. Make Anderson the buyers, as

the property and the Marty Protto, P.O. Box SALEUnder Starke City Hall on with the local 6331, the properly Information concerningthe recorded in the Official
Melrose ..01.own.r. the authority in Internal check or money payableto amount or description Public Records of Bradford
nnmes In which It woe 842, Thompson Street Government Comprehensive described below has -
Internal Revenue suchas
assessed are as follows: doing businessunder Revenue Code section Starke, Florida. At this Planning Act been seized for nonpayment the of the property ( County Slarke,

Year of the firm name ofMarty' 6331, the property time all persons Interested for of Internal revenue Service. unclaimed checking Florida, on December II,
Certificate No. 6 inChapter .
of 1975 provided
as Bartholomew
Richard ,
below has accounts
222 N. described amounts, savings Official.
1974 in Records
Roofing shall be heard taxes due from Lee and ,
Issuance 1983D..crlptlon 163 of the
Temple Starke, Intendsto been seized for nonpayment for or against the Blanche Jenkins. The property Revenue Officer, 8-05.85 utility deposits, Book 129 Pages 342 -
of Property proposal Florida Statutes.TO .
13th St.
3131-62 NW bonds insurance
of internal stocks
INT OF register said fictitious revenue as specified In the Taxpayers will be sold at 344. Properly descriptionand
0132-00101 1/4 All Citizens,
: Gainesville Florida refunds safe depositboxes
the taxes due from ThomasO. other conditions, and
. 3/128 INT TO MIN. name under Zoning Code of the. Cityof and other Interested public auction as provided 904-377-0280 8/15 and the
)
and Jeanette Smith. 32A01 etc.
aforesaid statute.Dated Starke Florida. Internal Revenue restrictions described
f OF by
RIGHTS IN SE1/4
! SWIM DESC IN OR 127 this 29 day of The property will be soldat Walter Wescott, Chairman and persons.You each of You Code secllo.i 6335 and NOTICE names and addresses such of. therein' Monlhlypoym.nl.

, PUBLIC July A.D. 1985 In Brad- public auctions as provided herewith related regulations.Date CECELIA T. TERWILLEGAR the holder of per.sonal on the contract
345 IN THE are hereby and be
Pg.RECORDS OF BRADFORD ford County. 8/1 4t 8/22 by Internal Starke Zoning & Planning given notice In accordance of Sale: September has mad. application to property may $39.66 and based on an
Code section obtained by personpossessing
Revenue and any
Board the Starke Zoning amortization schdeulethe
: COUNTY OR 127 Pg. 345 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO with Florida 3, 1985. Interest In
6335 and related regula Board for an
See 21 TWP 6-S. R20. REGISTER FICTITIOUS Department of the Statutes that the Board Time of Sale: 2:00: p.m. Planning the by addressing balance remaining is
tions. of theprop.rty property
reclassIfication .
$1"16.95.Prop.rty
Place of Sale of
: Lobby
which assessed TreasuryInternalRevenue of Commissioners .
In County
Name Gerald
NAME to
Date of Sale: Thursday, the Bradford described an Inquiry may be Inspected -
County
Genevieve E. Crooks Pursuant to Section Service of Bradford. Lewis State Comptroller
August 29 1985 below from BP to R.2A at: Official, Public
Courthouse, Highway
All of said property 865.09, Florida Statutes, Time of Sale: 9:30: a.m. NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION County Florida have 301 Starke Florida. Ten ((10)) acres located Attn: Abandoned Records, Bradford County -
,
of ,
Bradford ,
being In the County notice is hereby giventhat Place of Sale: Front Steps, SALE designated the Title Offered: Only the North of Bessent Road Property Section, 202 Starke, Florida.Payment .
State of Under the authority In In- and Planning
Bradford Zoning
the County Street
undersigned, CourtHouse Blount ,
Bradford County and off Bradford Drive In Terms Full
title, and Interest of :: payment
Florida. ternnl R-v "nue Code section Board to conduct a right Florida
AUNT j's GARAGE INC., Starke Florida. Tallahassee
Lee and Blanche Jenkinsin Section 28, Township 6 required on accep.tance
Unless such certificateor P.O. Box 631 Hawthorne, Title Offered: Only the 6331 the properly public hearing at a the will South, Range 22 East 32301 (9044870510.) The of highest bid.

certificates hall be Florida 32640, doing title and Interest of described below has regular meeting held at and to property Jacksonville telephone
right, be offered for sale. If Parcel 2941-B-00100 (excluding Form of Payment: Allpayments
requested
redeemed according to business under the firm Thomas O. and Jeanette been seized for nonpayment 7:00: P.M. In the Council InternalRevenue lots 1 2.. Parcels number for Information must be by

the law the property name of GREEN POND Smith In and to the property of Internal revenue Roam of Starke City Hall,. ,Service the will fur 29..1-11.00102. I I. (9043596085.) Be sure cash certified check,

described in such certificate LOG HOMES, In Clay, will be offered for taxes due from Thomas Starke, Florida on Tue 2941B00101 to mention the account cashier's or treasurer's

or certificates Bradford and Alachua sale. If requested, the Internal O. and Jeanette Smith. day Aug. 27, 1985, and nlsh Information about 2941-B-00201 and number AFTER the name check or by a United

will be sold to the Counties Florida, Intendto Revenue Service The property will be soldat make a recommendationto which possible encumbrances be useful In, 2941-B-202): ) to be used as\ published In this Slates postal, bank express -

highest bidder at the register said fictitious will furnish information public auction as provided the Board of County may for multi-family and notice. Unless proof ofownership or telegraph
value of
the
court house door on the under the by Internal Commissioner and the determining I I. presentedto
name provisions about possible encumbrances single family residences.This money order. Make
sold.
3rd day of September of the aforesaid which may be Revenue Code section Board will consider on the Interest being change In classification the holder by October check or order
of money
1985. Statute. u..fulln determining the 6335 and related regulations. Monday Sept. 9, 1985 at Description Property: 29, 1985 the property will
lot 18 Block 2 In Nat I I. subject to a public payable to th. Internal
Dated this 11, day of DATED at Gainesville, valud of the Interest be- the Commissioner hearing to be held on be delivered for custodyto Revenue Service.

July 1985.GILBERT Florida, this 17th day of ing sold.Description. Date of Sale: Thursday, Room of the Bradford Williams Sub DivisionSection 6 Thursday August 29, the Comptroller of Richard Bartholomew,

S. BROWN July. 1985. of Property: August 29, 1985 County Courthouse 22. Town.hlp 1985 at 7:00: P.M., In the Florida. .Thereafter all Revenue Officer 8-05-85

CLERK AUNT J'. GARAGE. INC. That certain sales/pur- Time of Sale: 9:30: a.m. storke, Florida at 10:00AM. South Rang. 22 East. Council Room In the further claim must be 3131.62 NW 13th St.

Beulah Moody ATTEST) Harold J. chase contract termed as Place of Sale: Front Steps, an Ordinance Property may be Inspected Starke City Hall on directed to the Comptroller Gainesville, Florida

Clerk of Circuit Court of lawlor,.Secretary an Agreement for Deed Bradford County CourtHouse relating to: at: 1402 Old Thompson Street of Florida. 32601 904-377-0280
Starke
Bradford County Florida Byr Joanne Lawlor., dated May 20, 1977, between Stark., Florida. The rezoning of the lawtey Road aarke, Florida. At this GERALD LEWIS COMP-
Florida 32091 BY AP.
President 8/8 4t 8/29 Thomas O. Smith Title Offered: Only the following described property -. ( time all person In TROllER OF FLORIDA
right title, and Interest of and amending the POINTMENT ONLY).










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NoticesDeportment Hilites Community News
Legal Hampton We were happy to hear they were Visitors J .
Dolores not adversely affected by the hijacking Elizabeth li. Walker ,
of the By Phone 4681915Hospitalized'Meng in that area. Among recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Meng spent two weeks Phone fl6.1:6 83 -
TreosurylnternolRevenue r Mrs. Medford Connelly were Mrs. recently visiting relatives and
Service Mrs. Wilmajean Terry recently William J. mark and daughters, friends in Columbus and Toledo, The Fellowship'of Churches
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION returned home after spending two Emily and Stephanie who spent ten Ohio. Revival began August 12-16, 7:30:
SALE Mrs. Lillian Hall is a patient at weeks with relatives and friends in days with them. Visiting from with Prayer Service nightly at New
Under the authority In Internal North Florida Regional Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio.Hampton Nacogdoches, Texas, was Mrs. JohnT. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng Bethel Baptist Church.
Revenue Code Gainesville, Room 322. Russell. returned last week from a six weeks Preaching will begin Sunday,
section 6331, the property LakeCondolence visit with relatives and friends in August 18, at Mt. Pisgah, 7:30: p.m.;
described below has Travelers Mr. and Mrs. Mike Connelly and Ohio. Their vacation included a tour Monday, August 19, Ebenezer Baptist -
been selied for nonpayment Coy and Mark Connelly of Houston, of Niagara Falls in Ontario and the Church; Tuesday, August 20,
for Internal iftr. and Mrs. Michael Brunetti en- Sincere sympathy to the family Texas, spent five days with Medford New England states. First Born Church; Wednesday,
revenue taxes due from joyed a recent two week tour to and friends of Bill Sanford who died and Pattie. August 21, Allen Chapel; Thursday,
Thomas O. and Jeanette Athens, Greece. This included a on August 8 in Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Teresa Meng spent one week August 22, Mt. Calvary; Friday,
Smith. The property will three day classical tour of Olympia following a massive heart attack. He Norman and Barb Nicol of recently visiting her sister and fami- August 23, New Bethel; and Sunday,
be sold at public auctionas Mycenae, a three day cruise of will be remembered as a friendly Frostburg, Maryland, spent five ly in Kentucky. August 25, at Mt. Moriah, 3 p.m.
provided by Internal Myconos and the Hydra Islands. helpful person in the community and days recently visiting her sister, All Fellowship Churches are askedto
Revenue Cod section They also toured Porous and especially at Hampton Elementary Debbie Weimer and family. They all Welcome to Carmen Elise please cooperate. The public is in-
6335 and related
regulation Rhodes. Their trip also included a School where he was president of the enjoyed a day at Silver Springs and Waterhouse, daughter of Jack and vited to attend.
Date* of Sale: Thursday trip to Ephesus, Turkey. PTA. Wild Waters. Andrea Waterhouse, born August 10.

August 29, 1985.
Time of Sole: 9:30: a.m.
Place of Sol.: Front
Steps Bradford County
Court House,, Stark,
Florida.
Title Offered: Only right
title, and Interest of
Thomas O. and Jeonette
Smith In and to the pro.
p.rty will be offered for
sal*. If requested the Internal .
Revenue Service
will furnish Information

about possible, which may encumbrances be AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE i

useful determining the j
value sold.Description of.the Interest being Sale prices good thru Sat.. August 17th. / /

of Property: Sec the snstths lor the Ecktrd newest you.
That certain sales/pur We m right to Hmlt quantities. -
chase contract termed as 'VJSNI 1 Come In & pick-up our 4-paga sail circular for more savings throughout the store
Articles
of Agre.m.nt.doled ,
July 20. 1981, between .

and Jeanette Thomas S.O. Smith Smith 0 -- r I \'/ 0

the sellers, and Raymond .
.
J. Allen, the .........
buyer, recorded In the
Official Public Records of er
'
Bradford County Starke,
Florida, on July 22, 1981,
In Official Records Book
196, Pages 522523. 'f
Property Description and
other condition and
restriction described O.r wr,7Ia+ ?ur, I
,
therein. !v) W
Monthly payments on EVEREAOY BATTERIES
the contract are $131.11
and based on an amortization CREST or AQUA-FRESH DISH DETERGENT "C" or "0" SCIIPTD ULT I E
schedule the


Public 1051450.Property balance Records remaining at may: Bradford Official be Inspected I Is. I 119 ug ug 3100 J


County Starke, Florida. DIAL 6.4-02. 3 TYPES 9Mj! 4-PACK Reg.79c each
Payment Terms: Full 0 / 7c BATH SUN
payment required on acceptance .!- JDY FOR
of highest bid. Limit 4 22GZ.muNli .
Form of Payment: All

payments must be by 0
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.
cash, certifies check, ::=- :1
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cashiers or treasurer's :'oro-.c: = '
check or by a United -' ',:
States postal bank express v / _
or telegraph
C10RDX .
money order. make .. .. (iJ :

check payable or to money the Internal order ATONE,_. ATONE-. 2

Revenue Service. .: :::::;:..
i Richard Bortholom.wRevenue r- t
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Officer 8.05.85 Lz r ..J.... fabric bleach "
3131.62 NW 13th St.
Gainesville, Florida fCt COVER WITH COUPON SilL ATUNE SHAMPOO 7'OZ. I 1 Cl0A0K 2 I PAINT a a WIREBOUND /,
32601 904.377.0280 8/15 MASCARA CHOICE OF TYPES A CONDITIONER 7-OZ. All FABRIC GLUE STICK I I NOTEBOOK
erA TWIN PACK BIfACN Rag 79 eachWernocculJt' 80 SHEETS .
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED ar' %
ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE ce
BY CITY COMMISSION ,
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STARKE
FLORIDA I 'I li1EST .{ ) illette v
NOTICE IS HEREBY % tiI
GIVEN that the proposed I
Ordinance, whose title ; y
hereinafter appears, will t'0T
MORE SAVINGS r _
be considered for final -
enactm.nt on the 20th / 1 / NEMOCCUIT I I GILLETTE GOOD IN THE: STORE. / ''I
NEWS CARE BEAR'
day of August A.D., NOMf TEST .(CULM er PIVOT Look for this symbol INVISIBIf TAPE I PENCIl4 ;i
1985 at the City Com A 1 4I
RAZORS PACK OF
S e sae'
for values!
mission Meeting commencing exceptional
at 7:30 p.m., In -
the City Hall, 209 N. I
Thompson Street
Starke, Florida. A copy norwbgian Iamuls Shasta I
of sold Ordinance may ;, ,
be Inspected by any
[
member of the public at y Soda z .
the Office of the City 1 1 1 / ,
Ia nantlae
very tlry cnapyxa
Clerk In the
City Hall / .
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Stark, Florida. On the 2 Ltr Bottle 0
date first abovementioned '
all Interested r

and partied be heard may appear k / MNAOOL 1 NEUTR06ENA 7 9 0 I I ACCOHIOE / 1 SPRING ARM
with CAP SULES HAND CREAM 10" 3IIINIIBINDEl DESK LAMP
respect to this proposed m TABLETE 21'30'ee 2-02. with CLAMP
Ordinance.AN Limit 2 2 TYPES or BASE
ORDINANCE __
VACATING DISCONTI- -
NUING AND
ABOLISHING A PORTIONOF
PRATHER STREET.BY .
: TERENCE M. BROWN
TERENCE M. BROWN, acolor
P.A. 142 W. Call Street R
Stark, Florida 8/15
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1 KODAK COLOR AHSCO" NA-2S IAIAKV 1 1 / FASHION Of REGULAR 1 ENTIRE STOCK OF
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DINANCE ENACTMENT OF OR. ISO 100 Rp... 2299 A.1. 1/ Selection may vary
BY CITY COM-

MISSION FLORIDA STARKE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the proposed
Ordinance, whose title
hereinafter appears, will
be considered for final
/
enactment on the 20th 111 IJ 1 '

day of August, A.D.,
1985 at the City Com
mission Meeting com
mencing at 7:30 p.m.. In A
the City hall, 209 N. / / LADIES' THERMOS' ROUNO KETTLE I REGULAR PRICEWEEDEATEAS I I ENTIRE STOCK OF EUROPA 0
Thompson Street, 1 17 "77 HARc 1 HOT SHOT RQ Qf7-PIECE
Starke, Florida. A copy EN14.99' I "" pr&e.j& a Rid. 29.99 I PRODUCTS U W J MTIO SET
of said p ,.... to 11999 >
Ordinance may Reg. G.99 Ae/ Porahe Ape 1J9 to 2.99 Rag, 9999
be Inspected by any
member of the public at

the Clerk Office In the of City the Hall City pqQ "Generic Drugs are net) The Cora Bean or*
Stark, rewarding kids who care
Florida. On the
01
date first abovementioned created a oafs" tb. t N" .. FREE With your next j
all Interested '
xea
> System 2 roll or
parties may appear '
and be heard with Generic drugs save) you money But all genetic' drugs are not created ; ,: MEMORYMAILER disc film / ;
respect to this proposed equal Eckerd: requites that each genetic drug manufacturer: pass I processing
Ordinance.AN Eckerd's: own 18.step selection/ process. And only /those that pass get / ,,' :
ORDINANCE the Eckerd FAQ Seal FMQ. Pharmacist Assured QualIty means you never See dliptav In Hie cord Limit 1 memory mailer ''hN 1
A (
VACATING DISCONTINUING M _sacrifice high quality for a low Eckerd generic price. deportment detail of complete per customer. I jp :
Good Thtu
8/30/85
AND One drugstore Is be"erhon/ the rest Eckerd: Coupon :
ABOLISHING.\PORTIONOF
COURT STREET.
BY: TERENCE M. BROWN / ,
TERENCE M. BROWN,
P.A. 142 W. Call Street
- Stark. Florida 815

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I BUS Tornadoes Begin Grueling Two-A-Day SessionsTwo


\ the 1985! Bradford day practice High School sessions for amination forms complete and that The BHS-Athletic Program will introduce Lanier Clyatt, who coached at Plumbing Supplies: :
ty football Season open this morning varsi- they bring them with to practice. four new coaches this year. BHS 3 years ago'will return as head From .
(Thursday Aug 15) at 9 a.m at the J-V Practice Jerry Kaminski will coach the J-V coach and weight-lifting coach.
field house.. defensive backfield of the varsity. Clyatt went to Union County High Durranco
Begins August 22 Kaminskl a graduate of Western Illinois 3 years ago to coach their offensive
Head Football Coach David Hurse Practice sessions for the junior brings 6 years experience, line. \. '
asks that players bring practice varsity football players will begin coaching 2 years at Moline, Ill. High Pump& .
clothes and a combination lock, as next Thursday August 22, at 5 p.m. School, 2 years at Western Illinois, Jay Godwin, who is in his 5th year _.
well as a pair of gym shoes. Those at the field house. and 2 years at Iowa State University. of coaching, 4 at Buccholz in Supply Co. -
who do not have cleats can buy themat Those going out for the J-V who do Gainesville, will be head basketball
the field house. not have forms for physicals can coach and also coach the varsity offensive U.S. 301 N.-M4 N. T.mp'.1964-70611'
The pick them at the field house. line. Godwin, 'a BHS Stark.
morning
session from !9-H up Mike Richter will serve as head graduate who played basketball and
a.m., will consist of Nurse re-emphasized the importance baseball
a meeting the coach, and coach the offen- football, will graduate from the
first hour and a skull session the se of having physicals com- sive and defensive J-V backs. This University of Florida in
January.
cond hour. pleted, because no one will be allow- is Richter's first Job at coaching and We Drill Wells
ed to practice until the forms are teaching. He is a graduate of Jefferson Hurse said he is pleased to 2"to'" -State Llc n*.dOUR
al. Coach Hurse said it's very important turned in. County High School of Mon- have men of this calibre very working in
that players have physical ex- New rbarhoa State ticello, and a graduate of Florida the athletic programs at Bradford
University. High.
Pop Warner Practice

,, In Full Swing Now

Bradford County Pop Warner
Football practice is in full swing at
5:30: p.m. weekdays at the Edwards
Road Complex.
t Boys and girls ages 7-14 may still
"t sign up at the practice field from
5:30-7:30: p.m. each day.
However each team has a max
imum and all teams are filling up.
Each football player is required to
put in 10 hours of conditioning prac-
tice prior to going into full equipment -
so please take your child on In
to sign up as soon as possible.For .
more information, contact; '
Commissioner H. F. tnzVe
WigginSi
964-8592; President
964-7354 or Cheerleader Coordinator
Sheila Padgett 964-5753.

r LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR!

Rec. Dept. News

Youth Flag Football

Registration Set...
Registration for Youth Flag Foot till f \ A sada rit
ball begins August 26 and will end m
September 19 at the Starke Recrea
tion Department.
Clinics will be held September > w L
16-19 with games played during the FACIAL QUALITY r
week after school scheduled to -- BATH TISSUE S
begin Sept. 23.
The program is for boys and girls l
ages 7-13,and if there is enough participation _ D PEPSI
,there will be two leagues, 8 ROLLS///4///
7.9 and 1013. Age determining dateis
-
how old your child is on Sept. 23. aaoTO ou y 2-PLY ,yt0to
Registration fee will be $5, which 1i
will cover the price of a shirt that the \
child will keep.

Men's Flag Football...

Men If lOU s Flag are interested Football League in having this a $ $ $

year, and have a team, please con- 44 79 2 o sse
tact the Starke Recreation Department .
phone 964-6792. R

Morning Exercise... 200 CT. NOTEBOOK PAPER QUAKER STATE OIL 8 ROLL BATH TISSUE 42 OUNCE TREND 2 LITER DRINKS

ment The will Starke conduct Recreation exercise Depart-classeson Regularly 99'. Pack of Regularly 1.03. Regular Regularly 1.99 Each. 2 Regularly 1.39 Box. Choose from Pepsi,
Tuesday and Thursday mornings 200 sheets notebook 30 or HD 30 motor oil ply Coronet bath tissue. Heavy duty laundry Mountain Dew or Diet

,beginning Sept. 10. ..._,.,_.., fillerpaper., Umt..4.! ?? _. Limit 5 quarts. ,? ?,.? limit 2 packs. ,., detergent. Limit 2. Pepsi' soft drinks.
The free classes will be from
9:30-10:30: : a.m. at the Old Armory.

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Removal / rSecret ,M., .NNM1flO7 -,"

Trimming 10

Stump Removal _- _

Free* Firewood Estimate $1 $ 159

73.4732 473.7679 4 O R $1 0 R

After 5 P.M.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 4.75 OUNCE BAR SOAP 100 COUNT TISSUES PUREX BLEACH HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS

Keystone Heights Reg. To 1.69. 5 subject Regularly 3 Bars M. Regularly 3 For *1. Regularly 87*. 1 gallon Reg. To 2.69. Your choice
Licensed & Insured composition book or Cashmere Bouquet Marcal 2 ply facial cleaner and whitener. Secret deodorants or Flex

Bic pens & pencils. soap. Limit 4 bars. tissues. Limit 4 boxes. Limit 2 gallons. shampoo & conditioner.


B. Griffin, Macon, GA T. Green, Edison, TN K. Stallard, Bluefield. VA D. Belorl, Titusville, FL
R&RPainting THIS WEEK'S R. Fulbright, Claremont NC E. Mosley, Mcintyre, GA A. Totllver, Extension, LA V. Lacy, Manchester OH
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$ A. Williams, Bartow, FL N. Prlsco Cocoa, FL V. Hester, Yuma, TN C. Davis, Riverdale, GA
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L. Lam, Elkton, VA E. Meadows Canvas WV J. Sumraee, Qultman, MS R. Dorsey Demopolls, AL
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P. Fox Six Mile, SC W. Rucker, Commerce, GA D. Baines, Salado, AK P. Carr, Birmingham AL
Quality Work WINNERS I !I L. Simms, Weston, WV G. Williams, Tallassee, AL E. Ashley, Lawnaale, NC E. Odom Enfield, NOG.
Duncan, Williston, SC Ms. W. Butler, Jacksonville, FL V. Simmons, Atlanta, GA C. Smith, Chesapeake, VA

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I For Free Estimate $4 : i AT 14.99

964-5188 '


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SPORT SHIRTS

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dress shirts sizes 141/2 to
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LeisOuoCall Reg. 2.39. Lace or Reg..49'. Sheer knee hl'sIn
( Be with matching belt. Sizes crisscross styles. fall fashion colors. joggers and athletic shoes.
Now -.- 29 to 42. Also ladles' sport casuals.
Sizes 32A to 40C. One size fits all.
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I Dixie All-Stars Finish is Highest Ever for Starke TeamBy :. v .. ._. :'""",.t.,

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Charles FrancisThe David Elder was the "tough luck" team's fine defensive play in winn- (Editor'*Note The third place finish In 4 .
pitcher of the tournament pitching ing this tension-filled game. the state Is the highest for a Starke team
Starke Americans Dixie Major 12 innings, giving up 3 hits,,and 4 PENSACOLA 110001000 3 since moving from the Florida Little Majors
All-Stars placed third in the State runs, striking out 19, and failed to STARKE 000300001 4 In the early sixties Coach Dwight
Playoffs Aug 5-9 in Bartow pick up a win. Sheffield pitched 10 Bowen, Elder((3)), Francis ((9)); Bowen Elder and his staff of Edward Akrld e,
Thursday afternoon, Aug 8, the Innings, giving up 5 runs on 8 hits Francis. John Dempsey and Emory Prevatt are to
Americans went to an early matinee and struck out 20. Francis ended up WPi Francis ((1.0)) 28; Dempsey, Sheffield be congratulated for doing an excellent _
-an epic western"Silverado" -but it with a 1-1 record, pitching 3 innings. lob with this All-Star team.)
wasn t until after sundown that the .
homeplate umpire shot them "out of STARKE 002021 5 .1 ., _._ t .
PENSACOLA 140010 6
the saddle" and ended their ofa
hopes
IP Francis ((1-1)) HR: Blihop 2Bt Eld.r,
state championship. Jackson -NOTICE-

Pensacola West 6 Starke 5 Starke Pensacola NE 3 MEN AND WOMEN 17.62

In the of the 4th Starke
top inning With 2 out in the bottom of the 9th
trailed 5-2, when Devin Jackson hit a inning of a 3-hour marathon, Donnie TRAIN NOW FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSNO
shot off the center field wall
long
Francis dribbled a slow rolling base HIGH SCHOOL NECESSARY
with the Goodowns
singling Andy on
hit to Pensacola shortstop Randy
first. Grant who couldn't make the play. POSITIONS START AS; HIGH AS
By the time Pensacola center- Randy Milton scored from 2nd on the $9.22-HOUR
fielder James the ball
Young got
RBI single which put the Starke
back into Goodowns
play, was on
Americans back in the winners
third and Jackson second. Before
on bracket Wednesday night with a 4-3 OFFICE
POST CLERICAL
David Elder could step in the box,
the umpire ruled he had called time, win.This .MECHANICSINSPECTORS :
was the longest, most exciting -
'"
and Jackson's hit 114rx4
was a "no-pitch.
best defensive game of the KEEP PRESENT JOB PREPARING AT HOME
Goodowns was returned to first and WHILE FOR
Jackson to the plate. Two pitches tournament. GOVERNMENT EXAMS ,A
Jamie Bowen started for Starke,
later, he was thrown out at first on a _
giving up 2 unearned runs in the first Write & Include Phone No. _
close play by the shortstop to end the
rally. David 3 innings Elder.In before. being relieved by NATIONAL TRAINING SVC., INC.

Donnie Francis started for the
the 4th, the Americans came Box 160, Dept. 32
Americans, gave up three runs in back to take a 3-2 lead. Devin Haddonfield, N.J. 08033 .
the first two innings, and was relieved -
Jackson singled and was out stealing
by Reggie Sheffield, who gave up
second. David Elder singled, Jeff
3 more hits and 2 runs. Starke trailed
Carver got on by a wild throw from
5-0 after 2
innings. the shortstop, and Reggie Sheffield
3rd i
The Americans scored 2 in the
drove in 2 runs with a sharp RBI '
when Francis walked and scored
on
double past the second baseman.
Jackson's RBI double. DavidElder's
John Dempsey doubled Sheffield s
RBI single drove in Jacksonto HALL'S BIKE SHOP ..w
home and put Starke ahead with a
cut the lead to 52. B. B. Prevail
and Sheffield walked to load the long drive into center field. Sales Service Repair
Northeast scored in the top of the
bases without anyone scoring.In 6th to tie the 33. (' : ., gtj.4'
oaf
the 5th, Link Bishop hit a 2-run David Elder game, who relieved Bowenin ) We Carry A Full Line Of Jamis BicyclesAlso a
homer with the walking Jeff Carveron ;
the third, pitched six
base to reduce West's lead to 54.i innings Also Custom Order Van Shoes
before having to leave the game due
the 6th, Francis and Goodowns to tournament rules at the end of 8 ,
singled and went to 2nd and 3rd on a innings. David gave up 1 hit, 1 walk, 134 E. Call St. Starke If We Don't Have
passed ball with none out. Elder struck out 10 batters, and gave up 1 What You Want,
doubled Francis in to score, but the unearned run. .((904)) 964-7055 We'll Order IU /
rally ended to send Starke home Catcher Donnie Francis picked up .
with a 3rd place finish. Elder, Fran the win in relief by pitching the 9th. t
cis, Goodowns and Jackson each had Francis walked the first batter, got t
2 hits in the final game, with Bishop, the next to hit into a double play, and
Carver, and Jeremy Crawford one struck out the third to end the game.
each. Devin Jackson led the Americanswith SANDWIC
Leading the team in hitting in Bar- 2 hits. Jeff Carver, Dempsey, i
tow was Devin Jackson ((7-14) .500, Elder, Francis, and Sheffield had ea 5
Reggie Sheffield ((3-7) .428, and Link single hits.Coach SHOPPE
Bishop (3-9)) .333. Elder Rave credit to his
107 E. Call Street Starke, FL

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I Starke Fun Run Set Sept. 7The ::Chef Salad . . $2.50.

j Foot Long Hot Dog $1.0Q E ERosha's ; ? .
7th Annual Starke Fun Run to Starke, with special thanks to: ..:. .:.: .:.:.. .: ,

benefit the Bradford Association for Jaycees of Keystone, Starke City
Retarded Citizens is schedule for Police, Hardee's, McDonald's,
Saturday, Sept. 7. Coach Jerry McGriff and Coach .
There will be two races, 10,000 George Loper. All proceeds go to Beauty Shop
Meters and the One-Mile race, with benefit the Bradford Association for
the first race beginning at 8:30 a.m. Retarded Citizens.Community 597 Raiford Rd. 964-7570
from the Community State Bank
parking lot. Day...
Zotos Permanent Wave
Races will be run in 12 divisions: In conjunction with the Fun Run, t '1 ...
Women's 13-under,14-19,20-29,30-39, the Community State Bank of Starke (This includes Hair Cut & Set) _, IJI1r { ill
40-over, and Men's 13-under, 14-19, will have its annual Community Appreciation _1
20-25, 26-29, 30-39,40-49, and 50-over. Day following the race. ,r't. ..
Special trophies will be awardedto You're invited to come and bring $20.00Hair
1-mile winners, children 2-6 and the family for free entertainmentand
7-10, with trophies to first-place win- free hot dogs and cokes. Cut shampoo & Set
ners in all age groups. There will
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The phrase has become synonymous for a whole new That's what we specialize in, a personalized fitness
attitude that is one of the biggest fixations of the "new plan for each individual," says Ms. Steele."I .
look" generation of the 80's, a boom in body buildingand have felt 100 percent better than 1 used to in ''..
exercise (and sales of their related products) everything I do since I started working out," said ,;
which is making an impact here as well. Starke's Joy Tetstone, a school teacher and young
mother who began working out at the center and liked
Aerobic classes are the rage for housewives and the program so much she became an instructor. "You v.
working women alike who are shaping up and workingout never realize how far you can slip in physical condi-
to the uplifting beat of disco tunes! while enjoying a tioning when you get older, begin working long hours
whole range of new activities, including bodybuildingwith and don't have time for lots of exercise. The equipmenthere
weights and martial arts, not at all common makes it easy to drop by in your extra time and
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popular Health and Fitness Center in Starke. The guidance of the instructors and the formulation of a
Fitness Center, sponsored by Bradford Hospital, ad- complete workout program tuned to suit individual
joins the main hospital complex. personal needs."Everyone's.
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range of activities is opening up for everyone,and of all for everyone. We try to custo 'mize each 1 4 :
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l The SFCC Starke Center has mov- puter Concepts, BASIC Computer this Fall are reminded that they available basis). 27 and information, please call 964-5382.
ed from Bradford High School into Language, Software Computer Applications must take the ACT Assessment Test The Fall Semester begins AugustProfessional For more I
its new home on West Call Street in Public Speaking, to be offered by the College this ...,.
the renovated 1902 Bradford County Emergency Medical Technology evening, August 15, at 6 p.m. or on wrestling comes to KeystoneBugsey I
Courthouse. Registration is continu- Marriage and Family, and Genera August 23 at 8:30: a.m. Results of the
ing at the new Starke Center for the Psychology. Basic classes in math, test will be used to determine place- uuin i .iu. -iw t p.m. wionuay six tag team members, Ha.ioi';,.ng
30 different classes offered In the reading, and writing are offered for ment in Santa Fe's English and McGraw is well circles known and in through j Friday Randy Rhoads vs. Super Pac Man,
Fall Term. students needing developmentalclasses. math courses. professional wrestling "Some cf the proceeds will go to Crazy Luke Graham vs. Ex-Green
local fans of the will havea
Although registration for daytimeclasses now sport basketball program's Tip-off Bay linebacker Vern Henderson anda
the
there are The SFCC Starke Center is With the expanded program in the chance to see him and several Ron Ausec. match
has been heavy, Club, said KHHS Coach special tag team featuring
welcoming for its premiere class in new Starke Center, a local studentcan other stars as the International
in the
still seats available,especially road "We hope it can become a regular Chris Champion and Dr. Red
classes. Registration is con- the new center not only recent high obtain an A.A. degree taking all Wrestling Federation brings its Roberts vs. Mr. Wrestling II and
event.
evening to 4 school graduates but also a great classes in Starke. Classes are also show to Keystone Heights August 24. will featureAS The
tinuing daily from t a.m. p.m. in the The card for the night Mike Majestic, The Crusher vs.
The show will
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students who students
number of older are to
seeking
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starting or continuing their educa who wish to take one or more classesfor Keystone Heights High
history, social Baker vs. Billy "R" Lil Abner Collins.
math English their enrich- Gynasium and tickets can be pur- r...:Graw, Big Ox vs.
sciences and humanities, a wide tion.All own enjoyment or The Wrestling Cowboy, a Call 473-3044 for further
students students chased Monday at the high Mack Ron Ausec at -
is being of- degree seeking plann- ment. Fees are waived for starting match
of other courses woman's featuring
variety fered." including Statistics Com- ing to enter SFCC for the first time 60 years of age or over (on a space school from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and special information.



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Obituaries-

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Dennie E. Brannen member of the Masonic Lodge No.82 children and four great grand of Raiford, a member of Masonic F. & A.M. held graveside rites in Griffis; one daughter, Annette J 4
"'F & A.M. children.The Lodge No. 82 F. & A.M. of Raiford Sapp' Cemetery. Archer Funeral Carter; one son, George Carter, all
Dennie E. Brannen, 28, of Rt. 3 He is survived by his wife, Ona Funeral is scheduled for Fri Florida Sheriffs Assoc. Woodman of Home of Lake Butler was in chargeof of Folkston; his father, Nelson Grif- 1
Box 720 Lake Butler, died Sunday, Richardson Griffis of Lawtey; one day, August 16, in the Airpark the World, and a member of the arrangements. fis of Lake Butler, one brother,
August\ 4,at his home in Lake Butler son, Keith; two daughters Alice Ellington Church with Rev, LeRoy Olive of Diasbled American Veterans Melvin Griffis of Starke; two sisters, '\.
after a long illness. He was born in of Lake Butler and Winnofae ficiating. The burial will follow in Association he was awarded the William Andrews Deloris Crosby of Melrose and Jen-
Lake City, but had lived his entire Fair of Tallahassee;a brother,Elzie Prevatt Cemetery. Jones Funeral Purple Heart during WWII, wherehe nis Lou Palmer of Jacksonville; and
life in the Lake Butler community.He A. Griffis of Glen St. Mary; a sister, Home is in charge of arrangements. was a Veteran of the Army.He William (Bill) Andrews, 23. died one half-sister, Melverna Luke of
attended the Union County Mazie Ella Redding of Raiford; is survived by his wife, Odessa Sunday, August 4, at Parkview Lake altlwas !
Schools.He seven grandchildren and four great William Roscoe Parrish Sr. McRae Taylor; a son, Robert E. Memorial Hospital, Fort Wayne, In Bur Friday, August 2, in .
is survived by his parents, Mr. grandchildren.Funeral William Roscoe Parrish,Sr.,66,of Taylor, Jr. of Lake City; two diana. brother, Folkston, Ga.Card. 1
and Mrs. Everett Brannen of Lake services are sheduled to Rt. 1 Box 285-1,Brooker died Friday, daughters, Charlene Taylor Crews He is survived by a
Butler; two sisters, Frances be held Thursday, August 8, at 2 August 9, after a bried illness. Mr. and Mary Louise Taypor Lykins of Bradley Clem of Lake Butler.
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Gaskins and Nancy Brannen of Lake p.m., at the New River Congregational Parrish was born in Bradford County Lake City: two brothers,Carl Taylorof Services were on Wednesday Sons of ThanksTo
and
Butler, and one brother, Benny Methodist Church with Rev. and lived most of his life in Brad Adel, t a. and Lamar Taylor of August 7, at Needhan
Brannen of Lake Butler. Michael Norman, Bro. Gordon ford and Putnam County. He workedon Clarksville, Ga.; one step-brother, Funeral Home in Marion, In Burialwas with the Class of 1970 and all my
Funeral services were held Tues Dasher and Rev.John Yarbrough officiating horse farms until his retirement. Grover Avery of Greenville, N.C.; Rev. A.L.Reemerofficiating. friends and love ones in Bradford
day August 6, at his home in LakeButier Masonic Rites will be held He is survived by a daughter,Mrs. three sisters, Nelma Hall of Benoit, at Riverside Cemetery in Gas County.
with Elder O.M. Yarboroughand at the graveside in Pine Grove Wanda Tomlinson of Bostwick; four Mass, Thelma Bennett and Hazel City, Indianna. I express my sincere thanks to
Elder Harry Brooker of Cemetery at Raiford with Raiford sons,William Parrish Jr.,Kevin M. Taylor of Adel, Ga.; one step-sister, Griffis each of you for the cards, flowers
ficiating. Burial followed in Mt.Zion Lodge No.82 in charge. Ar- Parrish, Joesph G. Parrish and Betty Patton of Lenox, Ga.; and two Smyrna and comforting words doing our
Cemetery under the direction of Archer rangements are under the directionof Robert E. Parrish, all of Bostwick grandsons. Smyrna (Dick) Griffis.60, former bereavement.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Archer Funeral Home of Lake three brothers, Herbert Parrish and; Funeral services were held Tues resident of Union County, died May God Bless You All,
Butler. Henry F. Parrish, both of Brooker, day, August 13, in the First Baptist Wednesday, July 31, at his home in Ronnie Austin Sr.
and Wallace parrish of Palatka Church of Raiford, with Rev. Kin- Folkston, Ga. and Family
two
Louie B. PrevattMrs. Rev. Lacy Conway sisters, Mrs. Nettie Gay of Starke; saul officiatin. Raiford.Lodge No. 82 He is survived by his wife, Oline
Rev. Lacy Conway, 75, of Starke, and Mrs. Geneva Rogers of Orange ._ 1II11.! lILI!:_ ""- -
Louie Bell Prevatt, 72, resident -
died Tuesday, August 13, in the Park; and eight grandchildren.
of Lawtey,died Monday August
Bradford County Hospital after a
5,at the Bradford Hospital following long illness. He was an Ordained Funeral were held Tuesday,
August 13, at the Chapel of Archer
an extended illness. She was born IfEiWLEGARMOTOR1Invites
Minister from
Baptist 1955 to 1984,
Funeral Home of Lake
Butler with
and raised in Bradford County, the serving Airpark and Dedan Baptist
Bro.G.C. Fogarty officiating.Burial
daughter of the late Clairdy and Ella Churches, a pilot instructor for 20
followed at Ft. Call
Mosely Griffis, former Cemetery. Archer
pioneer and
operated a Greyhound
residents of Bradford County. She Bus Funeral Home was in charge of
Station and Amoco Service Station -
was a member of the Lawtey Churchof from 1935-1971. The Bradford- arrangements. You To Drive
God. Union
Vocational Technical Center
She is survived by five sons, Clifton and Bradford Middle School are Robert E. Taylor Sr.
Prevatt, Cecil Prevatt, Robert located now on the old airport property Robert Edgar Taylor, 63, of
Prevatt and Eugene Converse,all of built by Rev Conway.He Raiford, died Saturday in the Lake
Lawtey and Johnnie Converse of is survived by his wife, FarrisH. Shore Hospital in Lake City, after a THIS
Jacksonville; three daughters,Mrs. Conway of Starke; two sons,Fred brief illness. Mr. Taylor was born in
Genelle Underwood of Green Cove Conway of Macon, Ga. and Kenneth Greenwood S.C. and has lived in the
Springs, Mrs. Virginia Brice of Conway of Atlanta, Ga.; a daughter, Raiford community for the past 26
Lawtey and Jean Chase of Palatka; Kathleen Barnette of Jacksonville; years.Mr.Taylor was retired in 1984
one sister Mrs. Lois Allen of a brother, Leonard Conway of from Florida State Prison where he
Baltimore, Maryland, two brothers, Callahan, a sister, pauline Thomasof was a correctional officer II, was a
St. Clair Griffis of Lawtey and Lake Park, Ga.; and eight grand member of the First Baptist Church With NO DOWN
Cleave Griffis of Norfolk. Va.; 20
children.grandchildren and nine great grand-

Funeral services, were held Mark C. Knouse, M.D.
Wednesday August 7,at the Archie
Tanner Funeral Home Chapel with A Specialist in Internal Medicine
Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Burial and
was in Lawtey Cemetery with Ar- i
chie Tanner Funeral Home in Bruce Pollock M.D.A PA YMENT
charge of arrangements.
Family Practitioner Specializing In Pediatric and Adult Care

Mallie M. Griffis
Are Pleased ToAnnounce
Mallie McKinley Gnffis. 83. of
Rt. 1 Box 582,Lawtey.died Tuesday, 1985 CONVERSION VAN
August 6, in the Riverside Hospitalin The Opening ol Their New Offices Adjacent toi
Jacksonville,after an extended il-
lness. He was a life long resident of Lake Butler Hospital
Bradford and Union Counties and
Hand Center
was a member of the New River Surgery
Congregational Methodist Church of 850 E. Main St., Lake Butler,' FloridaFor
Raiford. Mr.. Griffis was retired
supervisor for the 0.1. Company, an Appointment with Either Physician Call 496-2323
Inc.,a former school board memberof $
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I.Debra Banister Trial Starts Next Week, Family Will Not Testify I


.' The trial of Debra Banister for the tw,... buupoenaed to appear for the Marlene Sims Watson 28. The motion ed to the shooting. Authorities said grand- jury for couepu.acy to murder date, depending on what happens in ,
: murder of her husband remains on trial. Due to the calls requesting was to excuse the three from Hearn conspired with Mrs. Banister Batie. That killing was allegedly the Alachua County trial. '
I schedule after' a hearing August\ 9, they be excused, more jurors may having to testify because they Intendto to kill her husband and planned to an extended
but her sister and parents have have to be called if it is deemed use the Fifth Admendment to move with her after the.murder. promptedbattle between Batie and The judge was told the three mightbe
refused to testify in her behalfCircuit necessary according to the state attorney's decline to answer questions that Mrs. Watson. more willing to testify after the
office. Witnesses from may incriminate them. Hearn also confessed to the Batie murder trial was completed.
I South Carolina and Georgia are be- Mrs. Banister's attorney, Val January murder of Cecil BaUe convictedin
three
Bates said Mrs. Banister's sister However if the are
Judge R. A. "Buzzy"Green ing brought to Starke for the trial, Bates, had issued subpoenas to the Marlene Watson's ex-husband, .in the Batie trial in Alachua County
and witnessesin
ruled that the trial would proceed which is expected to last all week. three to testify for the defense in the Alachua County. All four family parents are important could further
as scheduled with jury selection Green also ruled in favor of a motion Banister murder trial. members the two Simses, Marlene her defense which would be less the appeals process to testify in
I effective without their their willingness
testimony. delay
set for Aug. 19. brought by attorneys for Joe Banister was killed Feb 2 and Watson and Debra Banister were trial In Bradford Coun-
Approximately 200 jurors haveL. Franklin Sims Iris Sims 46 and Attorneys for the three were asked if the Banister
52, John Wayne Hearn 39, has confess- 'indicted by an Alachua County '
to at later
they might decide testify a ty.


I. L.J. Norman Faces October Trial On Charges of Conspiracy in Trafficking; I


J. Norman, an accused cocaine convicted of trafficking if more thanan FDLE agents testified that Norman charges against Norman based on The b'upremeiourt case, stated traffic-In cocaine will not
distributor, is back on the circuit ounce (28 grams) of cocaine is \supplied much of the cocaine to the the same date and witnesses,shouldnot that a person may be tried on new meant he was guilty of traffick-
trial docket here after Judge John J sold. Testing indicated that the 23 people involved in the drug ring. be allowed because he was charges if conviction ouldn't prove ing in cocaine the charge that was
Crews set a new trial date. for white powder Norman delivered to
The other defendants in the case essentially being tried again for the guilt on the earlier charge that dismissed.
September. ,an undercover agent weighed 42 have already pleaded guilty and same crime. was dismissed.In With the legal maneuvering com-
Norman, 41, of Wellborn, will be grams but that it was only 37 percent received various sentences depen- the test case a person was pleted, the result is that Norman is
tried on charges of delivery of cocaine pure cocaine.amount fell Because below the the pure cocaine ding on the amount of cocaine they But Assistant State Attorney Tom ,charged with stealing a bull. That scheduled to go on trial Sept. 18.Andif
and conspiracy to traffic in cocaine 28-gram sold and their previous criminal Elwell said although the date was charge was dismissed when it was he is convicted the penalty is the
minimum the dismissed.
not on previous charges that case was records.At the same the crime was different. proven that he didn't steal a bull-he same as he would have received for
he trafficked in cocaine. Norman was arrested in Crews said the test he had to use stole a calf. The state then chargedthe trafficing, a mandatory three yearsin
The earlier charges that he traf- November 1984 along with six other the hearing August 9, Judge was a Florida Supreme Court ruling man stealing a calf and a retrial plus a $50,000 fine
ficked in cocaine were dismissed defendants in an eight-month undercover Crews heard arguments from Nor- that spelled out whether a person, was allowed in which the man was Robbins said he would appeal
after a two-day trial in June. Accor- investigation by the Florida man's attorney, David Robbins of was being tried a second time for the convicted of\the new charge. The Crews' ruling and also ask that the
ding to state law a person may be Department of Law Enforcement. Jacksonville. Robbins said the new same offense. test .was that being guilty_of con- September trial date be postponed.

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Phillip L. Lyons, 38, was arrested was spotted in his ashtray and a and, at that time Green was iden- Clinic Aug. 19-23 '. PERM Reg. '35" ... NOW 17.50
clear bag containing cannabis was tified as being part of the smuggling
August 10 on a warrant charging 8 -1
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Green and Kenneth Johns
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surety bond was posted. Margaret Alice Hooten of Lake Butler, were arrested at a : Frosting Reg. '20... Now $10
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: Patrolman M. H. Paris. Her blood probation and a 60-day jail term in
Starke Man Arrested
alcohol was .19 percent.> She was May.
On'Violation Charge released on a $100 surety bond. Henry said the scheme involvedthe
sale of about 1,000 pounds of
William J. Faulkner 27, of Brad- Robert C. Li of Lake City was ar- marijuana which was imported to '. ST. JOHNS RIVER
t ford County was arrested on a war- rested Aug. 10 for driving while Lake City from Belize, in Central
rant charging violation of probation, license suspended, according to America. Green, who was in posses-. 51 JR@, COMMUNITY COLLEGETERM
according to. Deputy Sammy Trooper D. C. Roberts. He was sion of 90 pounds of marijuana at the
Eunice. released after a $210 cash bond was time of his arrest,was not the leaderof
{, Bond was i set at $1,500, he was posted. the group, but did receive a'portion I EVENING SCHEDULE 1985.86
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Green Gets One Year

Padgett Arrested In Duval County Jail Classes Begin: August 26, 1985 Classes End: December 12,198!
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George Padgett was arrested Lyman Green was sentenced to one
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::1 I Trucker Pleads Not Guilty in ]DeathsA ,


truck driver Involved in a traffic! defender in Bradford County A trialis SR-10o. < the accident indicate Taylor was I
accident in which four people cited expected to begin October 21. Killed in the accident were Katie driving with an alcohol blood level of
last month pleaded not guilty August Taylor is charged with four countsof Campbell Crawford, 32, her sister .24 percent, more than twice the
9, to 12 different felony counts second degree murder, four Greta Campbell Cain, 34, both of legal level.
against him. counts of driving while intoxicated. Raiford and Mrs. Cain's two Circuit Judge R. A. Green, Jr:
Gary Lynn Taylor 47, of Altoona manslaughter, and four counts of children Aaron Johnson, 9, and denied a motion to reduce Taylor's
entered the written pleas through his vehicular homocide as a result of the Melody Johnson; 8, of lake Placid. $28,000 bond. He is being held in the
attorney, an assistant public July 20 collision with a car on Results of a blood test taken after Bradford County Jail. RIDING MOWER

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Lloyd Nelson Douglas, 44, a Lake which had run out of gas a few miles Both Douglas and Cunniff were according to the reports. ,; NO MONEY
Butler resident, and Michael Ben- 'west of Lake Butler. taken to the Union County Jail. Lt. Cochran said that Cunniff will ,.-L DOWN 1L
nett Cunniff, 28, of Winter Haven Lt. Larry-Cochran' instructed Cunniff told law officers that he be turned over to Polk County to face
were arrested Friday, August 2, andcharged Reserve Deputy Tim Gieberg to had burglarized a home in Winter charges of armed burglary of an occupied MONTHLY
with grand theft and trafficking check out the man at the truck stop. Haven on July 31, according to the dwelling and grand theft. P&YMEMTS
in stolen property. Cochran located the Mercedes about arrest reports. Cunniff also said that Douglas will remain in Union
four miles west of town, parked on he picked up Douglas somewhere County to face the charge of traffick- I\ 4
According to the arrest reports,an the shoulder of SR-100. around Tampa later that day. Cun- ing in stolen property. % ..
attendant at a truck stop near Lake A check on the automobile tag niff told lawmen that he had given ;*******++*************+** \
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197 GMC VANil/2 ton $2500 964-7423 phone. Easy qualifying for mobile
after 6 5/16 tfn
1910 FORD VANi 1/2 ton $3000, Coll home. Call and ask for' Mr. Orr ROLLS OF p.m.HAYS Fresh cut Alecio.' Arthur COMMERCIAL 964-9139 or 964.6566 BUILDING 8/8 for 8/13 rent 2tchg at 320N "

964-7423 Teal Til. ft Carpet. 6/6 tfn 1.351.2126.7/188/8..tchg .Gasklns, 782-3727 after 5 5/16 tfn -
p.m. Temple Av.. In Downtown Stark.
FORD CAR FOR PARTSi 429.ngln. C6 SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N.
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
tranimlitlon 15" tires, good reor.nd. Stork.. Com see Roy Gouin, form.rly SALES Building, has 2 Ig. bay with metal ,' truJiUefJi1rQP
Gory 964-8569 6/13 tin of Lok. Chevy-Olds, for the bargains. Llm.rock* Fill Dirt folding doors. Ideal for automotive f
or similar business $300
'83 CUTLASS CIERRAi take overpayments. W. buy and move u..d homes. semi-loads garage r
20
only
yd.
month... 964.5139 or 964.6566 8/8 8/15
Excel Cond. Call Gary 964....,.. or 964..778.26 tfn
hon.7.2.3172 S/23tfchg RENT 4 BR 2 BA heat, Ig. ,
MOBILE HOMES at 2500. FOR : porch
USED Starting 964-7776'
964.85696/13 tfn
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sol. at PHONE
office In back laundry ft wash room .
197P CHEV. CHEVELLEi Pow.r towing, Call and ask for Mr, Ori- 13512161. Doublowid Home Center located "'iECEl1A
Auto. transmission w/2 .p..d FOR SALEi] Several 2 br Mobil. Homes In appoint only. 964-6365 Hn 205 N. Temple I Starke I
I pow.r North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this I. not UNFURNISHED HOUSE 4BR IVtBo, 313 IERWILLLGAR _
I gild. AMFM 8 track storoo, rebuilt good to .xc. cond. $2700-4500 each trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg N. Walnut St. 350/mo. 964.8404 8/15
nglno, n.w tiros ft koyston classic Som. with A.C. Pin. M.H. Pork FOR SALE: Store bought furnltur for TWO UNFURNISHED- HOUSES TODAY AND ALWAYS, MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU.
rim. 964-6850 or 782.3886 after 6:00: .96.2366.25 tfnchg. sal. at Olin. Home Center located on I 150/ea 964.5882 8/15 THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS TIlE FOUNDATIONOF
ptu.175 deposit.
p.m. 8/8 8/19 2tchg WOW N.w 3 BR, 2 Ba, Mobil homes. Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer OUR PROGRESS.
RENT TO OWN MONTHLY dally,woekly, Masonlte siding, shingle roof and furniture. 6/13 tfnchg HOUSE FOR RENT 2-BR. 1 1-BA, with
rates from $14.99 Koyston, Stark, fireplace. For $225/mo. Call and ask HOUSE PLANS Custom drown, phone carpet 964.7357 Tempi Motel 880 N I
Melrose, ft surrounding ora. Call for for Mr. Orr 1.351.2126 7/188/8 4tchg Mocclenny 1-259-3538 7/1 4lchg Temple Ave. 6/20 tfnchg PREFERRED PROPERTIES

10 percent discount. U-Save Auto Rental IS USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 p.r month ..INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY; Partially I
Koyston Hat. 473-4711 8/8 8/29 on. or all. Olln's Mobil. Horn Soles. LAKE CITY GLEASON'S CORNER MAIL and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker-
1977 VEGAS 964-4489 8/15 Itchg 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg Fr.sh water Marine fish birds, puppies Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 6/27 subdivided highway, frontage close to school 1000. [

1978 CHAMPION 'MOTOR HOME. 25' RENT TO OWN. As low as 149/mo. kittens and pet supplies. T.n per NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS per acre. ..

long,.roof air, generator, low miles, Delivered and set up. Call and ask for' c.nt off with this ad. 7/11 4tchg US-441 between Sylvia ft Ch.rolkk., FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining Camp |
.xc condition. 14500. 9645123. 8/19 Mr. Orr 1.351.2126.7/18 8/8 4tchg 25 IN ZENITH COLOR CONSOLEi $200.00 N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near:
1910 HONDA PRELUDE Air sunroof, RE'OIIlEPOII) 3 BR, 2 BA, mobile home call 964.6850 or 782-3886 after 6 fishing, hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway Blanding management Area Buy all or part Excellent Invest.
automatic. Toke up payment. .Call as low as $199/month. Some or. REGISTERED SANTA GERTRUDIS STEER mining. New 2-br Cablns-Furn Sunset ment.
964.5358 or "73.2130,8115 8/22 2tchg- assumoble. Call and ask for Mr. Orr Ideal for 4 H FFA project 15 mos. $800. Farm Rd. Cabin. Rt. 1 Box 216-C Whittier .
.2 BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT
BUILDING All |
10' NC 28789 -704-497-2200 7/4 8/22 are
CHEVY CITATION Auto, sir, 60,000 1.351.2126.7/118/8..tchg 496-3050 oft.r 5 p.m. 8/15 8/22 2tpd
miles, runs good. 964-4812 $2900. OBO 1973 CHAMPION. 12X65 1BR Ceramic GRAPES U Pick, open every day 7 a.m. 3 "BR MOBILE HOME on Griffli loop. rented & have positive cash flow & good assumable mor

72 PONTIAC CATALINAt $400. 431-1447 Bath 12X25 LV, N.w Panelling and tit dark. Lilly Vineyards 12 miles East of deposit-No Pets 964.88168/15 Itpd tgages. Owner will take second mortgages for good client. 2 ]
oft.r 6 p.m. 8/15 Itpd carpet Refrlg Stov., CH&A, $5500.00 Keystone Heights on 100 Coral Form
67' VW Sunroof n.w tiros, bott.ry ft 964-4403 2tchg 8/1 8/8 Rd. 659.2121 8/15 tfn HELP WANTEDFULL story home on Call and Church St. reduced to $37,700.

shocks, $350. 431-1447 after 6 p.m. 1971 MOBILE HOME 12x43 unfurnished 1978 DODGE MOTOR HOME Low NOBODY DOES IT BETTER We are proud to offer'a handsome |
74' F1004X4s without .ngln., good front 2BR, 1BA HSA stove, refrig. S.t up in mileage; execellent condition. Wood TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE
ft rear .nd, transfer cos, 4 whit. Bradford Trailer Park $400 ft assumeloan heater and couch. 782-3402 8/15 Itpd Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and brick and cedar home on 37Va acres 4 BR, 2'/a baths plus a

spoke wheels ft 900X16 supertractlon balonc.$4,196.27 Payments $112 LIKE NEW Hotpolnt refrig. w/glass Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Loyfayette barn $144,000

$800. FIRM 964-4503 8/15 Itpd month. 964-4979 8/8 Itpd shelves, $300. OBO, or trod. for air St. 9..506571.. tfn .A SMART INVESTMENT IN FLORIDA LIVING BROOKER We I
360 C.I.D.I w/streetmaster aluminum intake 1971 MOBILE HOME:12x43 Unfurnished conditioner& cosh. Also solid oak anti GOVERNMENT JOBS
headers, holley 625 4 barrel 2-BR, 1-BA Heat, Air, Stov., Refrlg. que buffet best offer. 964-4812 8/15 $16.040.159.230/YRI Now hiring. Na have two homes In Brooker; one has approx. 1480 *q. ft. with

compl.t. engine ready to install, $800 S.t up In Bradford Trailer Park $400 FABRIC AT WHOLESALE PRICES) Polycotton tionwide. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-3000 3 BR 2 BA for $"5.000. the other is a brick and block home
964-4503 8/15 Itpd and' assume loan. Payments polyester, nylon, doubleknlt, for current f.derolll.t. 8/1 9/1981pd
440 C.I.D.tPollc Interceptor motor, $112.01/mo. Balance $4.196.27 ph thread, buttons, etc. 964-7434 10.6 ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND which Is only five years old with over two acres for $55,000.

newly rebuilt, oil cool.r,-n.w starter 964-4979. Itpd 8/8 COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Starke PRIOR SERVICE PEOPLE Do you know SUNBELT SPECIALS COMMERCIAL Invest now in commercial -
heavy duty radiator. $800. 964-4303 SPECIAL CLOSE OUT On. Only; 28X96 Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212. where you can find a part-time lob In .
301 250' 301x120' with
77 CHEVY TRUCK LWB Auto. Transmission 3BR 2BA Dblwlde. stone Frpl, D/W. Lg ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3.000/lnstalled, plumbing, masonry, metal lob and properties on Hwy. on $89,000
1650. 79' 2-dr Plymouth Volare PS Ma.t.r B/R. walk In shower, plus S.bOO dealer. 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg heavy equipment operator that offersa $40,000 cash balance In 3 years also 200' oh 301 approx.

PB AC 1475. 81' Chevy Chevette 4-sp Garden tub great room, entry foyer FOR SALE Sears Craftsman lawnmower stead paycheck specialized train- 1:61: acres'$129,000.
AC 61,000 miles 1675. 964-8358 8/15 was $464 mo. now $332 mo. Save 20 In 3.5 hp. $125; Sears Solid State color if qualified, up to $27,000 for
23760. Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips console TV 24 In $200; 55 gal fish college? the 202nd civil engineering eA SPECIAL PLACE AT THE WATER'S EDGE SAMPSON LAKE

LAND FOR SALE Hwy, Jax. Fl 733.08218/15 tank stand 8 acces..$150; whit. mink squadron of the Florida Air National Approx. 100' on water x 275' plus a storage shed 21900.
SPECIAL OF THE MONTH 1875, ,..X70.3BR. 3/4 Guard has
length 1500. Take 16 west to currently these military
NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL Twelve and home-
ONE ACRE LOT facing Road 2BA Lg country Kit., built In Morgan Rd east. Take right 2nd trailer positions available. Contact MSGT Carl acres large
down payment, $75 Forsyth per mo. Call no hutch, extra cab., ceiling fan, storm on right. Come after 1 p.m.8/15 Ithcg Slevers Jr. Mon thru" Frl for more info barn workshop variety of fruit trees $85,000. .
door 7 p.rc.nt down equals $960.7 ELECTRIC RANGE Whit. 30" motion Call 904-
9645606. 10/4 tfn Frigldalre, 533.3386. Join
A LOT FOR YOUR MONEY
LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down, years at $230 mo. Hurry Save, $14,160, $50.964.7266 after 5 p.m. 8/15 Itpd Americans at their. best. 8/1 8/29 5tchg i
bolanc. In five years, financing by 'Hurry Save. Clayton Homes 3965 BRAHMA CROSS BULL Slrmatln CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS NEED EXTRA Hampton Oaks $9,000 Crosby Lake $25,000 I :
9646853. Phillip. Hwy. Jox.Fl. 733-0821 Bloodlines calf. NICE 5 mos. Ideal for BUCKS? If you ore willing to work 10
owners, 12/13 tfn. Kingsley Lk. Vill. $9,900 Ctry. Club Est .$9,500 | i
cattl. freezer. 4M-1626 hr. week. You
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. grad. or 8/15 per can earn $400$500extra
$3,500. $350 dn., '$70.p.r mo. Call YARD SALE LIVE STOCK Several horses A 6 hog.call per month. Free Bonus Car Program Bessent& Mimosa $6,900 Five Oaks $10,000 E i

9645606. 1/03 fin after 5 pm. 964.5978 8/15 Itrhn too. Call Cralaor Marie 782.3790 Bradford VIII. $7.000 Southgate ((2 Lots) $12,000
GIANT YARD SALE: gravely 12 H Tractor SALES PEOPLE NEEDED
Excellent
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY SALE Linens, Thur. thru Sat. 1290 N. career
Mower roll-a-way bed, furniture Cherry & Washington $7,500 Crosby Lake $17,000
ROAD $3,000, no down payment, $70 Temple Ave. Best Western Motor Inn opportunity In Industrial uniform sales
per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn ji. tools. dishes, MUCH MORE. Sat ft Sun. No phone calls:. 8/15 Itpd ,,,<.< with a growing company in N. Fla. WE HAVE YOUR HOME READY a
1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C.227)) '9 tllk little Lake G.n.va (Keystone) VICTORIAN SOFA ExC.IL Con.L.CUmeoijij.......,area. We offer excellent base salary ,31" N. St. Clair$1'9.000i <*.,H "<". *," Rd. 16 4
9 FAMILY YARD SALE Sot '' Epp tJ1\.Q9Q
$3,500. no down poym.nt, $70 per mo.' Aug 17 only' 8 lie mattress & boxsprlngs. Call .i< plus com }\'d16rl. employ be n.',' ,
Call 9645606. 1/03 Hn a.m.-3 p.m.30) S. In front of 301 Quick 964-42048/15 Itpd / opportunities for advancement; For appointment Off 301 N MH$215Oft'utlerTerrace$48,400 .

LOT IN CITY. 6000. Call 964.5764; after Stop. Boys, girls, mens. women, PRICE WAR (NEW) SUPER DELUXE coil Dale Holloway between 832 W. Cypress 32,000 615 N. Church $49,900
5, call 964.5251.3/07 tin cloth. ft shoes, dishes ft pots, some FLASHING arrow signs $235 complete. 2 and 6 p.m. on Monday Aug 19 at the
OCALA NATIONAL FORESTi High and fishing ft hunting Items, lot. of mist ($25 monthly). Save $2641 Lighted, no Econo Lodge In Storke. Equal Oppor Market Road $33.900 321 N. Myrtle $99,000

dry wooded lots, suitable for mobI! Items Itchg arrow $219. Nonlighted $163. Warranty. tunity Employer. 8/15 Itchg 230A (Griffis Loop) $38,000 Forsythe $70,000 I
home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea.. 40B N WESTMORELAND Sat Aug 17, 9 We'll not be undersold! See 'locally: HELP WANTED Openings available for 907 St. $43,000
w/$150 dn.. $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting a.m..> Children's cloth. to 6X, 1 ((800)) 423-0163, anytime) prior service personnel In the Naval Cypress Forest Heights $74,900
and fishing. Own.r ((904)) 236-4579 or newborn sizes ft children's shoes, TRAILERS TRAILERS. TRAILERS S'x8' Air Reserve Program In Jacksonville Raiford Area $44,000 Off 301 North $78,000

629.9649.6/1312tchg 8/29 women's men's work jeans, dress pants, shirts, utility trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, Ground and flight crew positions Lovely home 'on'Sampson City Rd. REDUCED to $49,900*
dresses available
shirts, and In Patrol Helo ft :
LAND FOR SALES Six lot., 1.2/3 acre per pants $1,700; 16'utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn Transport .
lot and lot. Off of maternity cloth. MI.c Items. Itpd Attacks squadron. Call toll Iree NEW LISTINGS
3,500 4,000 per For. trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single axle
syth Rd. No money down $75 mth. KREVIES KIDS CONSIGNMENT SHOPi Big trailer, $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 l-BQO-521-1315 for further Information. | 270 ft. on 301 S Approx. 4 acres $300,000
Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg garage sale. Lowest prices .v.r onmen ft. $100. Olln's Mobile Ham. SCULPTURED NAIL TECHNICIAN: Must .
women 8 children's ramps hove I 193 ft. on 301 X 80 ft. 85000. A
WOODLAND ACRES 1/2 acre lot locatedat clothing. 2 Center Rd. 100 W. Starke. 964-5606 professional experience.Hairplanes .
Woodland Acres,. Starke. Has well, miles N on Hwy .21 Keystone Hats. 964-4645 8/19 8/22 2tchg Lot 16 Golf View Acres 9500. i

septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling 520 S 4th AVE Sat Aug 17.8.5. 4 family FOR RENT WANTED 2 experienced hairdressersfor 3 BR 1 3/4 BA M.H. on 1 3/4 acres 25000. i
yard sale. Assorted sizes children tull time employment.
500 down 135.00/month. Call ft Followingnot
price -
964-56066/13 tfhchg adult clothes, misc. Itchg necessary Call 964-4247 95. 8/19 Marklee Starling Rd. 15 Acr. M.H. 3BR 2B-$32,900 1

LAND FOR SALE 5 to 20 acr... 9647893. 2 FAMILIES 517 N Wat.r St.. Sat. Aug. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST/ needed for 54th Ave. (Off Rd. 16)) Energy Efficient Home $98,900 !
2 ACRES W/TRAILER 10000.' Without 17, 96. Itpd Mobile Homes and spaces for r.nt. busy law firm. Salary commensuratewith 7
trailer 8000. Will take percentage GIANT MOVING SALE Com on, com Recreational vehicles welcome. Phon. ability. Call kathy at 9648272.

down .end Inquiries to Rt. 1 Box 1164, all to N Grove St. In Lowt.y. Come to 964.7498.9/16 tin ; SALES CLERKS Must be neat honest * ** ** I.
Melrose. Fl. 32666.. Ruby N.w.om. Elem School A 'look for signs. Cloth., RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET Will dependable, able to work all shifts. EVENINGS
8/15 8/22 Itpd books, toy., furniture etc. Friday ftsot. design and remodel to suit your needs. Good pay ft benefits Apply at Jr. Food I BILL DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
9.2 Hod Call 964-6305, ask for John. 3/07 tfn store In Waldo. Hwy. 24 ft Cole ST.8/15 I IRVING CIARKJR.964-7I88 JOHN GREENE 933-2121 J

REAL ESTATE BOATS MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile REAL ESTATE LICENSING In Lake City. I WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454
from Starke city limits. Clean. No Call 1-759-4040 North Fla. Real Estate

OUT OF AREA childrenor pets. Hwy. 16, W Call. College. 8/15 tfn ... ... .
I MONARC BASS BOAT 16' long alreated 468.132310/7 tfn HAIRCUTTER NEEDED Fla. licensed. Lots
live well. 12/24 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. Qr"> of waik-ins rent chair '
trolling motor, drlv.on a Hairplanes
CUSTOM BUILTi Thro* bedroom 1 1/2 For Rent
trailer. 2700. 964-3123 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call 96..6458115 8/22 Stchg Gospel OuartetCompl.t.l
bath two lots on Ochlocknee Bay. City 964-7530 or .68.132310/07 tfn :
WANTED front office desk Remodeled
Experienced Looking for Piano Player Jill
Water split level central H/A
STUDIO
APARTMENT
LOSTFOUNDLOSTiRed Weekly, monthly
3SRHouse'
clerk. In No coils S
Apply phone
person. For Information
flr.plac., deck dock boatramp. ((904)) Palms more
rates. Apartments, 2314 N. Tempi -
9845516. Av*. 7/28 fin Best Western Motor Inn of Starke. 8/15 on Hwy. 100 VIII Call 752-7943 Lake City
FULL TIME Apply only If dependable A .
mar. horse, man. clipped, NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 cAll96407.1384/ after 7p.m.
PJ'S Ctr. '".743..
MISCELLANEOUS back hoof old and energetic. Sports ,
split. If found call BA apt. For more Information call Lok.
Jail House In Stork.. 8/8 fin Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor EARN PREMIUM RATESlmmedlate openings ... -
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for wood secretaries, -
LOSTilost dog small processors
FREE DOGS. 2 adult ft 4 puppies-all mixd In gray poodle. Lost tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg typists and clerks. Call Kelly services
the Besient Rd.
area July 5th. PARK RENTAL 24 ft. trailer, the
964-6614 8/15 Itpd by 371.1913 Hurry. 8/15 HnCOMMERCIAL .
R.ward. 964-4934. 964.7347. 964-8183 .
month for 1 or 2 adults. No Pets.
Deposit required. Starke KOA Kam- PROPERTY Opening Soon

pground, Hwy 301 S. 964-8484 8/8 tfn Commercial
rn LAVERM. H. 'OUTLAWBroker HOUSE 38R 1BA carpet air Hove, RENTLEASEFOR Storage
refrig, garb dlsp., no p.t. 300 mo. Building
I. [!
plus' 1 mo. deposit. Call for apolnt. SALI OR LEASE: IN STARKI Two- Reserve Your Space NowSy

rREAUOR r Res. 964-9478 13058698785. 8/8 tfn story building 7500 sq H on corner of calling Doug
GUEST HOUSE 1BR furnished 175/mo- Call ft Thompson Sts.. needs remodeling. 9i4-t4l
Fix up 1BR unfurn. 100/mo. Fix up tiny Call W.
L DAVID L. DODGE Clyde Simpson. 356-6849.
house unfurnished 125/mo 964.8404 5/30 tfn C&C
Storage
Realtor Assoc. KITCHENETTES! 2 completely furnished .
Res. 984-9370 utilities Included. 964-7184 B/8 fin U.S. 301 S. Stark
''f MOTORCYCLES S v I

I 964-4522! .

j .. Your Full Service 1985 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler
STARKE.FL, Real Estate FLORILAND 1700. OBO. Good condition. 782.3333
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Across from Roberts Real Estate "

Norman's. 301 -Markel South "We Do Appraisals"U.S. 964.7700 REALTY J393X--3 BR, IVi BA.. block-'In 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL
Parkwood S/D 35500.
964-6262 .
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Ns N.T."'p'I.' A... 386X..3 BR. IVi BA.. from near I.

j *COUNTRY LIVING AT IT'S BEST Beautiful spacious ((1932 sq. VIe..,"'p...Odom...."Aiioclm Mk..Otl' Southsld, Elem. School corner lot
Iff.), 3 BR, 2'/ BA. home on approx. 6 acre. This home Is $23,400. JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot.

I beautifully landscaped, 2288 sq. ft., out buildings, other am- |*U Acre $1900 /388X--Smoll from, 3 BR, 1 BA In Central 1 heat and.air, carport. $49,500.
per acre. St. Rd. 100 Lowtey $7500. business location on US 301 with 589
Prime
I believe. COMMERCIAL -
menties! too numerous to. mention.' Must be seen to frontage...
/402-1 BR. 1 .BA., from. Raiford 3300 ft. building.Call .
]128500. *WORTH CONSIDERING 4 BR, 3 BA. 12500.. plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. sq.

ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AVAILABLE H Fireplace, dbl. carport,IG.adjoining 1403-3 BR 2 BA., block encl. garage for details.

I New On The Market 21 Acres with 3 Dbi-wide M.H.'f. all with I area with BBQ grlll-sup.r for .nt.r- Saratoga Heights area $38,500. 640 ACRES -' Excellent development property in a rapidly ,

I CH&A, separate wells & septic tanks .20 min. from G'vllle. All for B.telning S2 Acres' Sam w/nlce'owner home financing 1399..3 BR 1 BA., block fenced corner growing ,area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that '
paved Rd. 2sid. ,
lot Ch/2 wall units,. shaded lot acrell.'WATERFRONT .
92900. A ... $1200.00 per

LOVELY BRICK RAMBLER 3 BR,. 2 BA, CH&A on 1.15 acres In .38 Acres paved Rd.. 2 sides $39,900; 150 plus-minus feet on: beautiful Grandin
.181 Acres > Graham Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.
I Parkwood cubdlvislon. Priced below appraised value'at $37,800 or. Check on our commercial In.

*3 ACRE MINI FARM-HORSE RANCH Land In pasture. 3 BR, 2 1114 hold Acre. Union Co. Owner will vestments for Highway comm.rClol. Lg. screened porch. This one will go'fast at $57,500.
Mtg. St. Rd. 18 Mobil Horn Parks. Apt*. ': MOBILE HOME On a'l plus-minus acre lot with four outbuildings
JBA abundance of kitchen cabinets and counter plus H .
space, many I98 Acres Union Co. Owner will -l3tN.t.mpl.Av.; 66' metal barn. Loads of
21'
I other ammenttles. See It and you'll love It. 64900. hold Mtg. St. Rd. 18 Stark.Fl l 32091 Including a x .

1 *ACT NOW Brick 3 BR, 2 BA, CH&A. Chain-link fenced backyard .5 Acres 47e ft. on 301 S of storks possibilities..

( 100' <300' lot excellent location 49900. H'lot ecross from Waldo Flea Mkt.
large > I ISO > ..7r.S"alltral" 'STROUT'REALTY COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
1 *OWNER FINANCED 3 BR, 2 BA, CH&A on approx. 2 acres In {. 6 lot. Owner financing '- O.org.W.RobertsJr.BrokerT.rry

I city. $51,500. 'L.rg.Ilk Bldg 3 stores under roof Gain CSM. SalesmanPItJf
1 *We have building lots and acreage'o I .S"ell lid,.. good area Ideal for '64.$931. 47S- 096 A.
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OPPORTUNITIESLOUNGEIPACKAGE BUSINESS Keystone Heights




County Llc.n.., ,Melbourne 4-COP Br.vard area FOR RENT PERSONAL, SERVICES FOR SALE YARD SALE HOUSES FOR SALE. i I

Riverfront Property Included with 2 BR .-
apartm.nt. Wnr Financing' with KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CARPENTER WORKs Remodeling work, SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC FRIDAY, AUGUST -'9.4 near elementary 1913 24x56 SKYLINE MH lop siding

$100,000 downs Grossing $""'ouo- REALTY kitchen cabinet and trim carp.ntry. pipes and fittings. Water softeners. school on Cardinal Drive off shingle roof, many extras On 3/4 ocr. I
1.305.72..600.11/151Icn Rental Property Available Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts., Pecan Good clothes, household items, In Keystone Heights area. 24,000 or 1
OWN A LADIES OR CHILDRENS FASHION 1 I., 2 BA Lake Santa F. Unfurnished 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg etc Itpd 8/15 best offer 473.3160 or 473-2082. I
STORE Our 10 year-old company con No pets. $400 per month. CARPET AND VINYL Repair and In MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series GIANT GARAGE SALE Gravely 12 hone 7I251'nchg' 1
h.lp you open your own business. We 2 I., 2 BA-Gator bone lake. Completely stallations. Free estimate. Ten year organ with double keyboard base tractor mower, roll-away bed furniture OWNER FINANCING :2BA house on I
.upply Inventorylxtures' training furnished. $400 per month and $400 experience. Coll 473-4217 and ask for pedal and rhythm .section $795. Call tool., dishes, MUCH MOREl! 3 acres, Secluded In the Keystone
site evaluation, and airfare. Famous security deposit. Craig. 5/17 tlnchg 473-2210 weekday or 473-4648 Sat. ( Sun, 9 a.m. til Little Lak.G.n.va Heights area. $16,000 with $3,000 ;

lines Include Colvin Klein Gloria OFFICI SPACE At Keystone Center .PRESSURE WASHING Remove dirt, weekends for appointment to see, tfn (Keystone). Itchg 8/15 down and $260 per month for 6 years :

Vanderbullt lee, Zena Chic, Levi!, $200 per month and $200 security mildew, peeling paint from home., PIANO Baldwin studio upright recently INSIDE JO-JO's Hwy ,100 E. In Lake 4734512.: Itchg 8/15 ;
Esplrlt. 100' more Purchase price deposit driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick tuned $800. 4732689. 2tchg Geneva. Fri. & Sat., 103. Lamp., '
$8.500 to 18400. For more Informa- 1 BR, FURNISHED ., efficiency cottages.By 4732452. 4tchg 8/15 9/5 8/8-8/15 tables, chairs, pool table, clothes. Itpd REAL ESTATE WANTED
tlon call Ed Brandt 1-405-238.5098.8/15 week or month. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinlshlng. 2 HOGS 125.150 pounds, $75 each or

LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR,, IB A, unfurnish Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac both for $125. 4737461. Itchg 8/15 CARS TRUCKS WC NEED LISTINGS I-'lake lots, homes,
PERSONAL .d. $275 month. 4732521. 8/1 RIDING MOWER -16 H.P..2 Inch cut Implement
SERVICESCLiFF'S per tfnchg & BOATS buyers waiting. Put number 1 to work
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, TERRY HALL BUILDERS Custom homes hitch, $1000; Fishing boat for you today. Call K.rry Whitford at
licensed Real Estate Broker, 471-4961 $22 per sq. ft. Additions & Home Im ISVi ft. fiberglass Johnson, 20 H.P. 473.4903 or 473-3321. Century 21

DIESEL REPAIRS 24 hr. rood ser. 6/21 tfnchg provements. State licensed contractor. Mercury trolling motor Gator trailer 1972 VW BEETLE rebuilt motor, good Realtor Showcase Properties, Inc.,
vice. Spec In Cummins, Mac 4733929. 8/1 tfnchg Excellent cond. $1500; Exercise bike,
brakes and body, new radial tires Hwy 21 North Keystone Heights. Itcha
Detroit..473-7143. 6/27 tfn. OFFICE SPACE Available on Highway DEEP STEAM Truck mounted carpet magnifying light. 118 volt, 60 cycle, like $900.473.7053.Itpd 8/15

SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED. All 21. $100 per office 473.3360 9-5 cleaning. August special FREE new 473.2971.2tpd: 8/15.8/22 1978 DELTA (I 4 door, 48.000 miles, full REAL ESTATE LICENSING
makes cleaned oiled and adjusted 475.1468 after hours. 4tchg 8/1-8/22: DEODORIZING. C 8 B Carpet Cleaning, GRAPES-U-PICK Open everyday. power, cruise control. $3500. 473-7403. SALESMAN CLASSES
$15. Used sewing machines for sale! UNFURNISHED extra nice :2 BR, 1'/. Keystone Heights 473-7770. Stpd Lilly' Vineyard Coral Farms Rood Itpd 8/15 8 Week Class 2 NightsWeekStarts

James Strickland corner Morgan Rd. bath, screened porch, kitchen equipped 8/1.8/29 Florahome. 6592121. fl/15 tfncha/ 1974 FORD LTD Good mechanically Sept.10 Call 4734816or

and Hwy. 16 Stork. 964.0733.1103 tin W/D hookup on Lake Geneva I HAVE A FEW DAYS open that I can $350. 4732615. Itpd 8/15 475-2272
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free Lake prlv. 473-4165. Itpd 8/15 clean your home or office. I do very MOBILE HOMES 12 FOOT Fiberglass boat; 12' aluminum
..tlmat... Handy-Man Fence Co. EXTRA NICE Unfurnished 3BR, I'/t BA good work and at reasonable prices. fishing boat, 5.5 Evlnrude motor LM.w.ly ItNI

tin Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559.329 mobile home on Lake Geneva. Lake Call me after 3:30 p.m. 473.2658. 8/8 14x'0,BRAND NEW 2BR I MBA, on '/. swivel seats; 4'x 8' styrofoam raft
prlv, kitchen equipped W/D hookup. tfnchg acre wooded area lake access CH/A, 4753049. Itchg 8/15 LAND FOR SALE
WANT TO DRINK'THAT'S 4734165. Itpd 8/15 RICK'S LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all W/D connections. Many extras Immediate 1976 TOYOTA SR5 good mpg excellent
YOUR BUSINESS LARGE 2 BEDROOM home on lake. A/C type of yard work. Reasonable rates. occupany. Low down paymentand mechanical condition, air LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500.

WANT TO STOP and heat fireplace, large deck shady 473.4512.2tchg 8/8-8/15 monthly payments. Owner financ radial tires, 1600. 4733893. Itchg Owner will finance $164 per month.
THAT'SOURSAlcoholics lot no pets $375 per month. MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, barstools ed. 473-3671 evenings and weekends 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
Anonymous 1-694-3087. tfnchg 8/15 camper beds. No lob too .mall. 7/18 tfnchg HELP WANTEDSTEADY LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto
964-4150-964-6894-964-6219 LOVELY TRAILER Keystone 2BR partially Addison Upholstery 4732452. 4tchg 12x64 Carport screened porch 2 utility move on. Power well septic and
pd thru 11/15 I furnished, fenced yard near 8/15 95PROFESSIONAL link mile fence. 6499. 392-0985 or 4733024.
sheds, chain fence, CHI A, 1/4 EMPLOYMENT for lawn
GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, schools shopping $195 p.r mo., $150 Housecleaning and from school. /73.4019.8/1Hnchg 5 Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY security deposit. 473-4995. Itpd 8/15 yard work. Reasonable rates. maintenance personnel days a WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA) 5
9646078. Orders olio 3BR 2 BR MOBILE HOME $150 a month, furnished week. 473.4165 after 6 p.m. Itpd 8/15
token In lake :2BA On Lake Geneva $400 per References available Call Judl acre parcels on scenic county maintained -
Butler. 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, month. First month plus security 4732309. Itpd 8/15 or unfurnished. Across from GENERAL LAWN MAINTENANCE PERSON road Melrose area. From 16000.
173.4973.2/26 tfn Lake on SRI 00. Purchase for $80 Full time position. Call 473-2560 Need ?
deposit. 4733653. Itpd 815MISCELLANEOUS WRITING FOR FUN AND PROFIT 4 week financing Call today. Prestige
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and session, $20. Begins Sept 10. Phone month. $50 down. 473.7560 8/1512/30 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Itchg B/15 Properties, Inc. 373.1700 after hours
toddlers up to 5 years of age receive freelance writer Anne Sponholtz. MATURE WOMAN To care for infant 475.2647.7/25 tfnchg
excellent girl 2.3 days a week 7 am.6 p.m.
care. Weekdays, 77. Call 4733756. 3tpd 8/15-8/29
473.7864,4/04$1n Falling down on cI.anlng'We'll 4733893. References..ltchg 8/15
PAC RAT. Buy, Sell and trod. Used furniture AT HOME CAR CLEANING Your car
LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawn. Ball appliances, household Items, washed and waxed at your home. Call pick you up.

fields playgrounds.4/25 Phone 435-1861 collectable, glassware, old lewerly, 473.9606 between l0 a.m. and 12 noon House or office lanetStarling
LAND anytime tfnchg tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 M-F. Itpd 8/15 Basic Tlranine FLORIDA TIMES UNION
CLEARING Bulldozer
work. Bob
Motor Route AvailableIn
Maurer. 2597480. 72515 1: Call Linda 473-3468
4tpd
CARPENTRY WORKi J or Glenda 473.2279 Starke-Lake Butler Area.
General
repairs, Uththtuny
I Must have reliable transportation Realtor
porches, decks, bathroom and kitchen
remodeling plumbing 9646232. 8/8 telephone, and be able to
8/152tchg post a $250 cash bond deposit. -11 ACRESWell septic tank.
BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer PERSONAL SERVICES YARD SALETwo REAL ESTATE Call 964-5165 (8:00 AM 5:00 PM pond/open air barn. $33,500

work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for OUT OF AREA Mon.thru Fri.) or come by office, -5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES .

work. 9645606. 7823333. Ask for DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK Family Saturday and Sunday 1605 N. Temple Ave. 25000. Excellent Terms

Mark. 8/8 tin Package deal: 2" or 4" well water August 17 and 18. Ski boot piano LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO. 4.87 ACRES: Well septic tank 17x35(

RICKS LAWN SERVICE Mowing & all pumps, new Installation of septic table top planer clothes stereo equipment PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find itJust Talman pool fenced/cross-fenced./
types of yard work. Reasonable rates. tanks, drain fields and lift station. guitars, new desk and many ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. ,pryrp.qgr.p.rprrp.q.Help C \..$25.000.
473.45128/88/152tchg Mobile home poles available. All work other household Items. Five miles east 'I.*) -< ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500.
496.2126 or 496-2903 "YOUR
LAWN MAINTENANCE: And trash haul guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman of Lake Butler on SRI00 across form UNION COUNTY REALTOR.eves" tfn *I 3 ) *5 Ac.: Pv'd 'rn g. $12.500.

ing. Call legrand 964.4757 8/15 Itpd 2752151. tfn9/1 Morris Used Cars. Itpd 8/15 Land For Solo; Approximately 3 acres. ics, I\ *12 ACRE: Old farm house. Beautiful*
FRESH RIVER NETTLES TREE SERVICE Good Sale Rain Shine under .**
Tree removal
SHRIMP And fish for your or cover Partlcolly wooded well and septic Save Energy SJ Oaks 32500.
freezer. Ten Ibs. or more. Please call and pruning. Also firewood oak and Friday and Saturday. August 16 and 17 tank, mobile homes okay. Hale and *, 2)) OLD BUILDING: in Lawtey $8500.00 (

284.9755.8/15 10/3 4tchg pine for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Clothes-good prices Associates Real Estate, Inc. Call Install Custom Made \I C 1II\."LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE
HODGES CUSTOM ENGRAVING: name 4963823. tfn 12/22: bike, books sewing machines, jars, 496.3939 or 4623068. chg. tfn Insulated WindowsCall 2 -50 Ac. 50000.
badges door plates, desk plates Will Babysit In my Christian home. plants magazines, TV's-need little 'I !p3BR 2BA
Land For Sale J.D. Knight Estate, 413 964-6766 Today Beaut land Scaped lot. (
awards, plaques, trophies Weekdays or nights Lunch and snacks work curtains and lots more. 380 N.W. 'I
acres of beautiful first growth timber 5539.500. Hwy 16 West.
904473.3671 24 hr. provided. For more Information. Call Third Street--Two blocks north of bank Homes Beautiful of
serv. day or eve. N. fla
Union County 4 miles N.W. of Lake i I s2k2BR 2BA In the Country. 29900.
496-2805 8/15
8/8 8/22
nc 2tpd
Butler Also 27 acres for sale on > .
Starke Fla. +
Will Babysit In home. Will WANTEDWILL ,
my serve
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Suwannee River Lafayette County, S ((904)) 782.3931
DEMONSTRATORSNEEDED breakfast lunch and snacks. Call Fla. Itcha.. 8/15 Fr. Estimate 10% Discount 21 P.O. Drawer
i M
4962282. Ask for
Betty. 8/15 2tpd 8/22
PAY CASH for your used mobile No Money Down With This Adi ... 301 lawtey
Experienced Dependable Mom will
home. Ray Powell, call 4963377. 8/1 FOR SALEBass Financing Available
babysit (any age) Mon.-Fri. Call Janlc.No.g.l. .
Toy Party Line q.rO A' d-
.
496-3923
: 8/15 3tchg 829MOTORCYCLES
FOR RENT
NO INVESTMENT Tracker 15 foot, 40 H.P. Mercury
Average$8 an hour electric start trolling motor depth
t
473-4939 964.8849 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR finder many other extras call ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

RENT Union CountyTimes 150 496.3009.8/15 3tchg 8/29
***********.....*.. 1982. Honda XR-100 Completely Rebuilt. Main Street Lake Butler. Phone 1974 Venture Pop-up camper Realtor
.. Excellent condition $500. Call B. P.r. 496.2261 for Information tint refrigerator stove sleeps six Good fi

/tNKr" ney"town"}.bR rish496.34651tch81/J : uwhcA.vi .( MOBILE HOME Furnished, 3.b.droo1Y., (,, condi'Iooo..o.$1.300coll.'_.Bi l 1.5.:..." 0 '. .Formerly FAULKNER REALTY -, e a
.r 1-bath on SR239A. Phone 496-2199. 40 Channel CB Road talker Extra wire T I \ 221 W. Lafayette Street
Beautiful'New"l4fWde, 2 BR 7 Fur- HOMES FOR SALE' 8/8 2tpd. 8/15 and mikes. Call 496-2444, After 6 P.M. Mon.-Fri,1:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
i nltur. Stereo, Carpet I/O, Bay Window 1984 MOBILE HOME: Air conditioned. Saturday a.m. to 5 p.m.
I Free Paddle Fan, Delivery B.Set Island Range Garden Tub Pool 3 acre REGISTERED SANTA GERTRUDIS STEER
GOVERNMENT HOMES From I U Ideal for 4-H FFA 15 $800
$1, ( project mos. 964-5065
UP yard. $300 month. In Raiford. Phone
a
NO MONEY DOWN to qualified repair). Also delinquent tax property. 431-1133. 8/8 2tchg. 8/15 496.3050 after 5 p.m.8/15 8/22: 2tpd

] j buyer. Take over payments of] Call 8056876000. Ext. GH11 36 for information HOUSE Near lake Butler 3-bedroom INTERNATIONAL STEEL BUILDING RENTALS AVAILABLE
.
7/4 8/23
t $222.12 per month. 8tpd 1-bath central heating and air, furnished MANUFACTURER Awarding dealership
1-473-7237 unfurnished. Phone In available areas soon. Great
Ford
I Call:: Mr. at or
CONNERLY ESTATES AREA .ANYTHING YOU NEED Profit-5.31 In
*
<***************** MOBILE HOMES 1.262.1791 or 1372.1953: 8/8 4tchg. profit potential In an expanding In. acres
dustry. Call wedgcor 3037593200. Ext. developing area keep the home & sell lots. Fruit trees, fish pond
House Three bedroom, two baths. For 2403. 8/15 Itcho THE SPECIAL HOME-1784 sq ft 3BR 2BA floor to telling stone fireplace, A
24' x iO1 Mobil. Home On approximatelyone Details. Call 496-2179 or 496.3517 energy efficiency highlight this one.

acre. 1 1/2 mile from town. Itpd.8/15 INSURANCEMAINES VACANT LOT.Build you own dream.EASY! owner financing available.
House Two bedroom-one block south of
25000. Owner financing Call SEE TO BELIEVE-Excell. Dbl-wide on 4.5 acres rolling to creek. Ready to
496-2142 Itpd 8/15 Court House on Lake Street, lake
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. move in at ready to move price.
End of Season Special Butler. Contact Dewltt Knight.
Lake Avenue, lake Butler EXTRA l0T wide 2'/i 2 let rent sell lot..
4963978. -Single on acres septic you or a
((404)34,4-2199.) After P.M. Itchg. 8/15
Nationwide swimming pool company MISCELLANEOUSWatch Complete Insurance Service tfn INCOME-flxer upper 2BR. 1BA priced to move.

has new 1985 quality Inground pools. ... .. *BEAUTIFUL LOT 'In Hampton Oaks ready for your home.
. ,
Wants homesltes for display '
pro for Window All PEACEFUL LIVING frame house with 7 acres..
Display items $1
gram. Great Saving for homeownerswho each. New Items added dally. All Sales WOULD YOU BELIEVE I $54,000 for this 3BR 2BA home In the Country Club

qualify. N.w pool concept and Final. Closing for good September 30.Dena' QntuI area. Beautiful brick fireplace, spacious family room. Owner anxious to sell.

best warranty In business. 100% .. 95 N.W. First Ave., High Spr- HISTORICAL SECTION OF TOWN. See this cute 3BR I BA home. Large living
Immediate credit
financing. ings. Open Dally 10:30: A.M. to 4 P.M. nrr21 with cozy fireplace.
available. Florida State Certified Insured 8/15 2tchg 8/22 LANDSCAPED BEAUTY NEAR KINGSLEY LAKE. Immaculate 3BR 1BA. MH

Bonded I LLlJJ w/bullt-on front & back porches. Call now) .

L. 399-5685 Phone Collect > NEW LISTING.Looking for quiet country living with many am 3'/ acres Try

this 2565 sq ft home. Cozy fireplace, Ig. rooms. Priced to sell.
INVESTMENT PROPERTIES-2BR. lOA Lake St.

i I ...d.. DANIEL CRAPPS AGENCY INC. 2BR 1BA Remodeled frame on St. Clair. Terms.


We Have 2 Apartment bldgs. with 4 rentals each Good Income reported.On .
Route 13 Box 1166 US 90 West
,
Center St. & Washington St..
Lake City, Florida 32055 WELL BUILT 3BR 1BA home w/hardwood floors priced at $31.900. Convlent-

(904) 755-5110 ly located

BUSINESS Large profits from Bog Ice 8 an established LP Gas Business Has

ALL equip neede to tun operation. Plus a Brick 3BR 2BA. Owners hcnne

"Many Extras".
REALTOR
4 ACRE LOT ON 239-A overlooking a beautiful rolling countryside., Nicely 120 ACRES with up to date equip. Plus owners home.

S. USHERYour Wooded lot. Build that new home on this lot! ONLY $12,500 C/R 225 40 acres w/owner home, waiting to be developed
JANE
V SLAUGHTER HOUSE, Meat Wrapping Business, 4 BR Dbl-Wide Home PLUS 10 PROVIDENCE C/R 241 A. Norweigen Brick 3BR 2BA CHSA. 1 acre Big'

Union County Realtor acre of land for only $100,000 workshop pecan trees, etc. $50'..
496-2126 or 496-2903 COOL LIVING in this special-order mobile home on a 2 acre wooded lot. Just *C/R 125 W. 70 acres w/Hwy Frontage on both sides. Will sell all or divide.

UP W. MeUi' St.. Lake Butler off SR-18. Feel those gentle breezes from the large oak. as you sit on the cool, AM-Everything you want Is In this 3BR 2BA rancher setting on 4'/.

screened porch I 32500. | acres within minutes to G'vllle or Stork.,

BEST INVESTMENT YOU'LL EVER MAKE"BUY CLEAN AND NEAT AS A WHISTLE! This 3 BR 2.BA, home located just off PASTURE, Irrigated fields and approx 40 pecan trees on 47'/i acres with
"THE 239-A on 6 acres of land. Two barns included with this home, a closed-in barn | brick home. Priced to be an excellent value for the smart buyer. Only $89,900

NOW..... Interest rbe are going down. 3 & an open barn. This home has rooms that could turn this home Into a 6 BR THIS NEWLY PAINTED cute home In Starke could be all yours for only
| than they were
Your monthly payments will much lower today home Ideal for those large families. 81000. | 25300.

months ago.. 120 ACRES OF EXCEL. FARMLAND Two 60 acre tracts of land. A nice fishing THIS LOVELY WELL INSULATED HOME is situated on 18.9 acres of well kept
outlll! I
CALL NOW. . . . .0 TODAY . . . .Check it pond Is located on one 60)-acre tract. Just off 239A. All 120 acres for just I pasture 8 wooded property. Must see to appreciate. Call us anytime.
4 120000. it ZONED for trailers, 4 high and dry acres partly cleared In Breaker $11.900

FOR SALE Brand BUY A PIECE OF PARADISE. Gorgeous :2.5 to 5 acre lots In the Providencearea. KINGSLEY LAKE HOME for Sale It won't last.
3 BR Home,one block from Main $t. Lg. room and fenced yard. n.w Heavily wooded. Excellent homesltes. Only $3,000 per acre *3BR. 1BA Nice lot in town. Needs some finishing. Priced under 20'..

roof. Owner will l.n.nce.. Ready to _"eln. BUSINESS ACREAGE in Town-3 acres26000.: 8 acres$56,000.)

Best escribes. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES *5 acre Homesite $2750 per acre. Mostly cleaned. Union County.

Town and Country thl. 3 Ir.2 MIA, home- with 1 eere. of pa.tur.and fenced fort *1.74 ACRE LOT ON TIGER LAKE In Suwannee County. Beautiful wooded lot. *3BR. 1BA furnished 8.5 acres farm ONLYI! 37900.

large oak trees here in lake lutl.r. SEE..f need ft cross Nice quiet neighborhood. Tiger Lake Estates. $12,000 I NICE MH with built-on's, utility bldg., swimming pool chain link fence, all
divided Into private
' \\I".tack. Could possibly b. used a. Trall.r Park or S TO 300 ACRES I 100 acres In 5 year old pine Just north of White Springs, 100 for 25000.

t. home .It... CALL TODAY..SEE TODAY.. First Its a lovely acres wooded acreage, and 100 acres subdivided Into lot. of 5 acre or more. *LAKE BUTLER-Llmlted time you should see what you can get with 4000 sq ft

31n 1 ...This lovely Country Home has unique opportunity.trimmed GREAT room ac- But the whole 300 acre or (just a part. All 300 acre for only 330000. for $78,000.
3 or 4 IR, 2IA, Country style home w/Cypr. off of 5.. I *DEERWOOD. Have nice 3BR 2BR, home w/assumable mortgage.GET .
tenting beautiful flreplac. Added feature pool I deck patio. After Hours: IN THIS 2BR 1BA house Immediately' priced at 24200.:
barn. Last,
o. cond there are eppre.e acres for small type forming plus nlc.for home | Gale Bartlett.".277' Sara Joyner 752-687 I *CROSLEY S/D. Immaculate 2BR 2BA MH w/carport 2 porches, workshop
makes It possible a
concrete clock building| 755.0566 I only 22000.
but not least a' 10 or Sherrl Woodl.
_
business opportunity.Don't pass this by..Located len 11235 n rSR100. 1 *Let u. show you this lovely brick home on 1 acre plus f.p., greenhouse. .Ig.
MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE.Call .
minutes from Stork., Broo..r and Lake Butler. I site DBL garage with workshop space.
today for Appointment to SII. 1 *MELROSE RD. 3BR 2BA 14X72 MH on I acre has nice workshop 8 carport.
*Show uWIvUIoB., IV. IA concrete block home close to RMC or Carpet Scot hgard I COVE APTS. 6 units 8 2BR 1BA, frame. Priced right. All rented good In-
Contract signed. (Any
downtown Lake B-rter. Will also rent with Option to Ivy SIA95800 Is come.
Room *MELROSE acre area nice building lot.
Ready*HANDY to SlArP6CIAl..Ww? lake Butler t Rallord. 3 BR, 1 IA 8plumbed Cleaning a 11a1Q Available *LANDMARK-Beautiful home w/hardwood floors, F.P., screen porch 3BR j
,
for V. > future -.ready. Has 1 ecre In nice Country |28A nice family room. Lg. lot.Susan .

i.lghborhood. Heady to own need. T.L.C.WANTED Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED Sales Manager Evenings 964-4048
end lake Butler with POOL.Call me REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene
nice home between Gainesville of wal to wan ,furniture clean
Super walling. Wa specialize In cleaning, and re-dyeing carpet L. Faulkner 964.5142 Elise Johns 533-2816

today-Have buyer ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality Suzanne Kitchens 964-7630 Bob Matthews 964-7281

Cal to make an appointment Lou Young 964-7525
now
RENTALS ft work at low, low prices. .
Wall papered, painted -
In.ld.
lrond N.w
Rental Looks No Mileage Charge free Advice
Have Super_Nice kes thl.3I ham.'. dollhou. Cell. \ me today for this esc. .Senior Citizen Discount Carol Warner 964-4992 Property ManagerLee

e.rp.ted. ,IOllall.ntol..1275. MONTHLY Call 964-4997 Call Hardanbrook-Appraisals

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[;New 14 Wide 3 BR. Furnished, No lob too small,we will tackle
8 WEEK COURSE ... *185 Woodildlng, Carpet I/O. Free Pad- 'anything I Sewing Service
+Cd'e' Fan. Delivery ft Set Up. NO \ Cleaning, Laundry Home Lounge
Starts September 10th .MONEY DOWN If you're qualified t Meal, Sewing, Clean your mO'l Repair Most Makes & Models
buyer. $222,11 per month. Run Errands& even Type! FREE ESTIMATES and
Coll Mr. Ford 473-7237 C I u 177.5 24 Package Store
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H CYPRESS MULCH Realtor/Builder 473.7060 ( Lake
Large variety of Lots &Acreage In the hill region of Bradford
I Co. A few Duplex& Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds- paved ( 8.8010 8.8 0/0
H & PINE BARKYou roads Our community water systems Owner financing Chevy
from$3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville Palatka and
pick-up or We deliver Starke.Beautiful. ( Olds .
Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
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CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING Golf Course Lots \ SUPER SPECIAL -

Priced from $1O,95O
964-6649
I New C-i0 Pickup
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$425 Down 19862 Month !

VACUUM Wa II KinnQ DIAL ANYTIME FLA.TWIN THEATRE 48 Months with approved credit, cash price '8000 nlm tax and license

SALE 1964.878'' Starke 964-5451 1985 CAMARO Z28
PLOMBIN G OPEN EVERY NIGHT $

NEW & USEDw. --- ----- STARTS FRIDAY TP1, Tilt, Cruise, Stereo, No. 5120A 13,48 8
.Finance Our Own FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS,
KIRBYS CALL THE COMPANY THAT WILL EE HERE TOMORROWTO -- -
1984 CAMARO COUPE
ROYALS STAND BEHIND THE WORK THEY DO TODAYI' $-7000
HOOVERS EUREKAS V-8, AT, PS, PB, A/C, Cassette, No. 5405A O O
ELECTROLUX

FILTER SEARS QUEENS FREE ESTIMATES WAYNE KINNEY [!>i13)) :a'! 1984 CHEVY C-10 PUNo5635A
COMMERCIALWe $7588
repair all make PLUMBING Frl. Mon. Tue. Wed.Thur. 7.01): 9:05: Auto. overdrive, cruise, cassette, V-8 .
;2-; SEWER DRAIN CLEANING 1 Sat. Sun. 5:10.: 700.: 9:05: .
AI Young'sSince W NEW CONSTRUCTION 964 8786
[Pt REPAIRS&REMODELING
1957 Wf WATER HEATERS SCREEN 2Simmer 1984 Mercury Cougar
[5* SEWER INSTALLATION $7 5 8 8
964.6918 W REASONABLE RATES 4 Loaded with all the toys, No. 5607A . .
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