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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Partly cloudy through Sunday,Sept. 29,seasonable temperatures SECTION Bi 12 Peg.. ,,
with lows in the mid-608 and highs in the upper-BOs to mid-90s, and a _Hor.. .IBSuipoct \..\ '\. ..\.0
slight chance, less than 20 percent,of thundershower activity in the .48Ar \:0: s\
afternoons is the prediction. Tropical storm Gloria was off the .a Doatht. .,, .-. ., .S.'. '" -\ \" .
coast of N.C. Wednesday afternoon and not expected to hit land. Bluografi Show . ..r..' 7B ,) ....\ \\,.\:.
Since a'h to 1 inch rain fell last Thursday Sept. 19, there has Wanta Adi... co:; -qpr
been no appreciable rainfall. Thirty year rainfall average for Nowi BrMt. . ','. 11-126 .\ \o;
August is 8.1 inches, for September 5.46 inches. Ara Doathi.' 12B, htr V.
3o-year average rainfall January-September is 45.41 inches. So
far in 1985, some 47 inches of rain. has been recorded in Bradford SECTION Cl 4 Pag.i, The Sweetest ...... awberrles- This Side of Heaven

County. Social N.wt. . .. . 1,4C 107th Year STARK, LORIDA 23 Cents Copy
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W Sisters Charged with Murder Get New Lawvers ..1


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I New lawyers have been appointed January murder (33-year-old Cecil spective defense lawyers. James P. Jamieson, be replaced.. first-degree murder and conspiracy,
for two sisters charged with murder Lee Batie of Gainesville, Watson's Watson, 28, asked to have her bond Jamieson said he and Watson have but are free on $20,000 bond each.
and conspiracy in the shooting deathof ex-husband. ,reduced from $150,000 to an amount "irreconcilable conflicts" and he The ages and health of the Simses
Free Check... the former husband of. one of the she can afford. Sanders denied the supported Watson's request. were factors in their
women. Banister, 29, asked for a court- request, based on arguments by Sanders granted the request and reuse from jail.
Bradford Hospital, Inc., in appointed lawyer because she said Assistant State Attorney Ken Hebert appointed Huntley Johnson to repre- Debra Banister is serving a
recognition of Emergency Medical Debra Ann Banister of Starke and she could no longer afford to pay her that the existing bond was sent Watson. Johnson also 17-year prison sentence following
Services Week Sept. 29-Oct 5 will Marlene Sims Watson of Gainesville private-practice lawyer, C. Valentine "reasonable" in Watson's case. represents the parents of Watson her conviction last month for
provide free blood pressure, appeared Sept. 12 at a pretrial hearing Bates. Sanders
granted and Banister, Franklin Sims, 52, and second-degree murder in the
cholesterol and glucose screenings before Circuit Judge Elzie Banister's request and appointed a Following Sanders' denial of the Iris Ann Sims, 46, both of February shooting death of her hus-
Tuesday and Thursday, Oct. 1-2, Sanders. S The sisters are charged special public defender, who will be bond-reduction request, Watson asked Gainesville. band, 41-year-old John Joseph
hospital from 3:30 library to 5:30: p.m, in the along with their parents with the named after Banister talks with pro- that her special public defender. The Simses also are charged with Banister of Starke.


BHS Open House... -
An open house is scheduled this
Tuesday Oct. 1 from 7-8:30 p.m. atBradford Final
High School at which in- HearingSet
formation will be given out on state
graduation requirements and other
recent legislation having an impact
upon children.
Parents will be given an oppor- '
tunity to visit Bradford High \ /ayeS 11 Deficit
School, meet teachers and ad- <: IL on
ministrators, and ask questions
regarding their child's education.
Individual conferences can be arranged -
at the school. ';.."'" ,
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Intro to Computers... \" LJII'I"V,
County Budget
,"Introduction to Computers" will
be taught beginning Oct. 1 at Brad-
ford High School each Tuesday and

Thursday from 6:45: to 9:45 p.m.It 1' raaMiaaarr The second and final of two required bill, the commission decided April
is a basic computer course public hearings on Bradford 12. In other words, expected 85-86 an-
featuring many hours of "hands County s proposed $4.48 million nual income of the county is $677,000
on" experience. Student enrollmentwill budget for fiscal 85-86 is set at 8 p.m. less than the budget, which is
be limited so call the Bradford w ,rot Monday, Sept. 30, in the commission balanced by using funds on hand.It .
Vocational-Technical Center, phone rw meeting room in the courthouse on
954-6150, to reserve a seat in the N. Temple Avenue in Starke. means that next year to fund the
class offered by the Adult Educa- Not a single taxpayer appeared to same exact budget the county will
tion Department.Fee comment at the first public hearingon have to come up with an additional
is $11 for adults without a the budget Sept. 12. $677,000 in revenue. If the current
high school diploma, free for high The new budget, carrying a 9.322 $330,000 federal revenue sharing
school students taking the course millage rate, has been approved by funds are cut, as is predicted,county
for credit. the County Commission on a commissioners will! have to find an
preliminary basis. It is not a property additional $1 million in new revenue
Senior Citizens... tax increase. sources to balance next year's

Come join in the activities of Final adoption will be proposed budget at $4.4 million, or drasticallycut
your Senior Center: needlework, Monday night after the board hears expenditures.
macrame, exercises, bingo, etc. any comments from the public. "Unless we get lucky, like we did
The Center is open Monday tl; r The county is not increasing property this year, and income is more than
through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m., taxes. The 9.322 mills, down anticipated, the budget will be short
and is located behind the new courthouse from 9.7 mills, is the rollback rate next year," CPA Farnsworth has

I Georgia on Streets.the corner Contact of Grand Peggy ands Flag CorpsjVdd& ColorvRizz-Zazz; ; to BUS,. anf1. !tbrtnajJg Jimmy certified Alvarez by. Property to bring in Appraiser the same ,warned CommissioneI""Lawtence.'M08ley the commission., ., : .f r. '

Barnett, center director, 9644545for Members of the 19S3 Bradford High Flag Corps of the Hank Lott of Hampton;Angela Montgomery, daughter amount of tax dollars the county said, "We need to get on the ball and
more information. Tornado Marching Band are (I-r): FrontLaurie of Bishop and Mrs.. hell Montgomery of Starke; Dawn received for fiscal 8485. Property do something about these five per-
Mobley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mobley of Woolvin.daughter of Mrs. Carol Woolvln of Starke.and taxes currently make up only 34 per- cent salary raises."
Pre-Retirement: Starke. Second rowRhonda Nettles, daughter of Mr. Cindy Frey,( daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guida of cent of the county budget. Quickly replying, Clerk Gib Brown
Learn Mail. and Mrs. James Nettles of Starke, and Pam Mikeil!!, Starke. $677,000 in carryover funds, said, "I don't think that will be a problem
By .. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mikell of Starke. Not shown is Flag Corps Captain Cindy Ward, money the county has on hand andwon't next year."
Retirement years can be a great In back: Ginny Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvln. II. Ward of Lawtey. be recurring next year, will be
phase of life. It affords the oppor- used to balance the 1985.86 spending (See County Budget..p.2A

tunity to do all of those things you
never had time to do while work-


however ing.Planning, Is for a major retirement consideration.It Professor' Anderson Honored by Former Students I

can make the difference between
enjoying those leisure years or Educators don't get much respect these 75 cents a day, took the train back to Lawtey.He degree in education from Tuskegee (Ala.) In-
struggling through them.It days and times. But that is exactly what arrived at 11 p.m. July 3, 1939, and was stitute in 1951. In 1954 he received his
is never too early to begin "Professor" C.C. Anderson of Lawtey does in met by two school trustees, a Major Bell and a master's degree in administration and supervision -
planning, especially if you are look- spire.Anderson. Mr. Kittles. Major Bell had arranged for from Teachers College, Columbia
ing at retirement in five or 10 retired in August 1979. Saturday Anderson to stay with a local resident. Back University, New York.
years. The Extension Service is of- night, Sept. 21, six years later, the then, school trustees were more important to Anderson recalls separating students who
fering a six part LearnByMailseries "professor was honored by former students the running of a local school than the school ate from a forbidden persimmon tree by see-
to assist in preparing for and friends for his 40-year career in educa- board, f ing who could pucker to whistle. If they
retirement. Information will be tion, all spent in Bradford County in Starke Anderson opened Lawtey Training Schoolon 1'f+ .ice couldn't Anderson knew he'd found a persimmon -
sent to your home for your conve- and Lawtey. July 4, 1939, glad to be working, even on the eater.
nience. Some 70 persons crowded into the banquetroom Fourth of July. The school year 'was eight 4i' Master of ceremonies Jimmie Scott recall
If interested, contact the Exten- at the Econo-Lodge in Starke last Satur- months back then, and started earlier so the ed a group of boys who went into the woods to
sion Office, phone 964-6280, Ext. day night to pay tribute to the veteran students could be out in time to pick strawberries. make moonshine during a school lunch
284. educator, the only one in Bradford County to period. But a pipe didn't fit and boys where
have a school named after him. As a teaching principal, Anderson taughtthe going to fetch the correct size when they met
For 26 years, from 1939 until 1965, Andersonwas sixth, seventh, and eighth grades as wellas 1 & Professor Anderson as they came out of the
Square Dance... principal and teacher of the former being pricipal for the entire 120-student 1/ < woods. "Boys, don't go back in those woods,"
You can square dance at the Lawtey Training School. In 1954 the school school which covered first through eighth Scott recalls Anderson saying. They didn't,
Kingsley Lake Civic Center the was renamed C.C. Anderson Jr. High School. grades and had three other teachers. Before iT P /, and Scott still didn't know whether Anderson
first Saturday of each month. When that school was closed, Anderson mov- desegregation, C.C. Anderson Jr. High grew knew what the boys were up to. The professor
Oct. 5, first Saturday. ed on to become principal of RJE High Schoolin to some 200 students, and a new school had to didn't tell Saturday night, either.
5:30: p.m., covered dish supper. Starke. When that closed Anderson movedto be built. But the number of students required Anderson says there are teachers who
6:30 p.m. workshop the county office in charge of the secondary that the old wooden school building still be us teach for a living, and others who teach
8 mainstream education program. He worked as the vo-tech students. Those teaching for a living aren'toften
p.m., square ed.Anderson s
dance. school as an administrator, served a stint as still lives in the neighborhood in around after the bell rings. The real
Caller: Ken Perez.Upcoming. assistant principal at Bradford High, and for which he got his professional start. For the teachers are interested in the students and
one semester, January to June, was principalof first year or so, Anderson boarded with the stay after school to help them, Anderson
BHS. Joseph Reed Family. He moved in with the notes.
... Anderson has a reputation fcr being a tough Leonard Crawford family, because that was I'.JLI4Vi To get an indication of which kind of a
school man. With his special demeanor, one closer to the school and he could be there Y : teacher he had, Anderson used to ask
-A Chamber of Commerce spon- straight-forward C.C. Anderson look and a more. In those days, Anderson walked to teachers, away from their classroom and role
sored seminar on communicatingwith few quiet words usually sufficed to clam up an school. He lived with the Crawfords until he book, to make him a list of their students. If
your employees is set at noon unruly student. Anderson was working in the got married, to Alice Mae Strong, a girl from the teacher said he needed his roll book,
today at the Fried Chicken Fac- county office when when blacks and whites Peetsville, just down the road from the Anderson would say, just list as many namesas
retired will be Med Connelly, squared off at BHS during the desegregation school. He and Alice Mae have a son, Alphonso you can by memory. A teacher interestedin
president of Kraft Foods In- process in the late 1960s. Anderson is credited Eugene, now 26. his students, knew their names, Anderson
ternational.The with a major contribution in stopping that riot "Out of this neighborhood, I got four points out.Andersoll.
and restoring order almost before the riot got medical doctors, gobs of teachers, one or two a Tom Casey man, recalls being
Sept. 28 city zoning meetinghas started. dieticians, ministers... but no lawyers," honest with former Supt. Jim Temple by tell-
been cancelled. No applications Saturday night, his former students Anderson says. The doctors are Dr. Samuel ing him he supported Casey in a race won by
for reclassifications came up, said (repeatedly referred to Anderson as being Strong who for the past 7 or 8 years has had an Temple by 55 votes. Temple relegated the
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines. tough. Anderson calls it being positive. No office and clinic in Toledo, Ohio, and three veteran administrator to the vo-tech center.
The Board of Adjustment will matter the term, there is obviously a lot of 'persons from the Robert Franklin family Education is now "...more demanding for
meet at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 30, in love and mutual respect between the former have gone into the medical field. Dr. Ben- the teacher and ,the student" than when he
the county commission meeting students and the veteran educator, who still jamin Franklin is a Lakeland physician and started, Anderson said.
room in the courthouse to consider makes his home in Lawtey.A Dr. Henry Lavern Franklin is also a physi
appeals of property tax vigorous 68, Anderson raises a large cian. Anthony Franklin is a senior in the Anderson recalls those who stuck by him,
garden and passes out the fruits. of his labor to University of Florida dental school. such as Supt. Tom Casey who brought Ander-
'assessments. Eight petitions have the neighborhood. Born Charles Cromittee Anderson in son to the county office and wanted him to be
been filed by taxpayers to appeal Anderson was 21 years old in 1939. two Madison County, he moved to Hastings in the principal of the high school. And he recalls u
their assessment. Six of the peti- years out of college, and hungry for a third grade. His mother and father separatedand parents, black and white, stopping him on the
tions are from local apartment teaching job. He sent out a dozen resumes to his mother moved to Hastings to work in street when he was acting principal of BHS toteD
and two are from different county school superintendents. One to fields. But she always insisted her him to stick with it. Anderson recalls BHS
Stare Lanes, Inc. for both per- answered Supt. Andrew Griffis of Bradford chip go to school, and Anderson was one,, guidance counselor Allison Aljets who stuck t
sonal and property assessment ap- County. Anderson rode the train from of eight students who graduated in 1935 from with him. 'I
peals. The board is composed of the Vocational Training Center.
Hastings to Jacksonville to Starke for an interview Hastings '
t
three county commissioners and with Supt. Griffis, who always wore a Another was his sister, Annie Bell Anderson, Anderson also recalls one trio he had to
two school board members.A western style hat, even at his desk in the old a retired school teacher who lives in Lawtey. discipline, the sons of a principal, a school
1902 courthouse. Peering from under the brimof Two of the eight are dead, but four were present PltoMlyMlrll'rUdllil board member, and the school superintendent. -
public hearing for final adop- the big hat, Supt. Griffis, Anderson recalls, last Saturday night: Annie Bell Anderson Anderson phoned across the street to
tion of the 1985-86 Bradford County said when Anderson walked into his office: Cora Merkerson Harrison, now on the city Supt. Casey, who said he ran the superinten
budget is set for 8 p.m. Monday, "You are nothing but a boy. You can't handle council in Hastings; Rosa Arnold Nim-. C.C. Anderson... dent's office, and that Anderson ran the high,
commission
Sept. 30 in,the In the courthouse. No one meetingroom appeared those men out there at Lawtey." But Supt. mons, and Anderson. The two others are Getting ready to edge the walk to his school, to do as he saw fit.Anderson's Is
the first hearing.The Griffis gave Anderson a class roll book to take Ruby Robinson and David Drummond. front door, retired educator C.C. Anderson favorite passtime, however
at budget
his former
City Commission of Starke ,back to Hastings and study. Anderson recalls Anderson worked on campus to pay for his keeps busy with a large garden and yard hearing of achievements teachers of In Rod-'
Tuesday telling his friends he had a job,even though he two-year degree as a licensed instructor from work. Ills many friends on SU-225E in students. One student who
will meet at 7:30
: for
f..m. Florida Normal School in St.Augustine. chester, N.Y. was here over the summer
actually didn't have one. Lawtey enjoy the fruits of Anderson'sgardening.
Oct. I, in city first hal and third council But the word came by letter from Supt. After serving in the Army as a teacher in "Professor" Anderson was Frank Bell's funeral, and was mad as a wet
meets on the World War II. Anderson returned to school hen that Anderson was honored duringthe
on setting
Griffis offering the new educator $65 per honored Saturday night at a reception
each month.
of
Tuesdays month:a priestly sum in 1939. Anderson gave weekends and during summer while he work given by his former students. school year when she couldn't be present,
up a job digging fence post holes.in a bog for ed at Lawtey. He earned his bachelor's the professor chuckled.






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Durrance Pump Wins Improvement Award..

The Bradford Improvement Award for September was presented to ,.
Durrance Pump and Supply for Improvements to their building on North +s
Temple Avenue.
"Sn'.f Pam Wheeler left, the daughter of company owner R.V.Durrance, accepts ::",
the award on behalf of her father from Susan Reddish, awards committee
chairman of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce, the
presenting organization The Durrance building was remodeled inside
and out New offices were built for the company and for Nv! ton Telecom-
munications, which has an outside entrance on the south side of the
building. A cedar front, awnings, and a new parking area was paved In
the rear of the building.



I 4 ly7v I D 6F iiKiiEii i iS, Land Surveyor


is pleased to announce the opening of his


lr "i p ( ; 1 t i surveying business serving Bradford and


vi r. 1.6 rE surrounding counties and offering land ,


E ti I i 6J ) -" surveying and planning services. Call

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Public School


Passes $7.1 Million Budget for 85-86

WeekWE
Teachers
the $7.1 million 1985.86 budget for probably the toughest! decision the Parkwood Subdivision near Pratt perty owners to approve or disap-
the City of Starke was passed for- council had to make. Street west of Orange Street indicated prove a special taxing district. The
fntllly by the commissioners Tues With its garbage pickup service a street had been layed out, money would go to pay for proposed
day night, Sept. 17, after months of $75,100 in the red: city commis- but not built. The street would have $300,000 in improvements to the
discussion.The! sioners decided to. increase residential connected two roadways on either downtown area. The city commis- THANK YOU
vote was so uneventful that garbage collection rates $2 per side of two lots. Welch said the road sion approved the referendum which
Commissioner Charles Schaefer month, from $3 to.$7. and to increase way was not needed and the Brown said would'be scheduled in Teachers of Bradford CountyWe
Said, near the end of the meeting, commercial garbage pickups $1, developers should be given the about four weeks.
that he couldn't remember being a from $1.50 to $'.51) per pickup for a 60-foot easements back. Gerald Grif
part of the unanimous vote. dumpster,and from$3.50 to$3.50 per fis said two additional houses couldbe
Increased garbage pickup fees pick up of garbage out of bins. The built there if the city would return U
Will raise $77,352 and $85,000 federal increases will raise$77,352 per year, the land to the subdivision. Appreciate The Fine Job You Do
revenue sharing (FSR) funds mostly said Utility Supt. Merrill Dees who Commissioners approved the transaction _.- .. '.
Used for non-recurring expendituresWere figured out the plan at the council's with the stipulation that
major factors in the balancing request last week.In Griffis pay the attorney fees involved -
act, in drawing up the paperwork, First United' Methodist ChurchWalnut
"'I believe garbage ought to pay other action, the commission: which would guarantee city accessto
for itself," said Mayor Bobby Biggs water lines under that property. & Jefferson 964-6864

back on July 30. Nobody disagreed, R 4e

And the long-standing city opinion Approved a street closing requested Was told by Attorney Terry ,- .. ,_ -
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Brown that paperwork is completeto ,
that each service should be self- by Griffis Construction Co. .. "
supporting was reaffirmed. It was Pat Welch said a survey of the call for a vote of downtown pro- "




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Mosley retorted, "I've heard that The commission has discussed penses in the sheriff's budget, and eMoore's
before, too." charging fees to support the servicesthe other smaller increases.
Commissioner Mosley prefers county provides, such as gar- Jail expenditures could climb
priority raises for certain bage disposal, emergency medical another $80,000 if the state Depart-
employees. If an employee works he treatment, and fire protection. ment of Corrections DUO) requiresthe
can see a raise, said Mosley. But if Combining the radio dispatching county to hire 10 new jail
An employee doesn't do a good job, service of the city and county, which employees. DOC wants the
he doesn't deserve a salary increase would result in a $50,000 savings to have round the clock duty for both
every year, said Mosley. each, would be another cut in the women and men jailers. Plus, the Missing...
"I l suggest you begin immediately budget deficit.: ; DOC also says the correctional officers
The raise cannot also act The name of this lovable pooch Is'Critter"
to look into additional revenue county can some as dispatchers .
,Sources" CPA Farnsworth has suggested $120,000 by levying the full 10 mills of as they currently do. i\t.' and he has been missing
Road sectionof
to the'commission.The property taxes allowed by law. The county is protesting the DOC from the East market .
$330,000 in federal revenue The proposed new spending bill is order legally through a Tallahassee Starke for the past two weeks.Critter's F
Sharing funds is all used for basic up $317,664 over the total 84-85 attorney who works for the Florida owner Donna Belnert,
Services, Farnsworth said, such as budget, mostly because of the five Sheriff's Association and is familiar would appreciate it If anyone who
the jail and sheriff's office. percent pay raises, increased ex with such DOC orders. sees Critter would call her at
964-8078 In Starke.
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I Health Department Inspection Repon l : OFFSuggested

1Jr Retail
The following restaurants were inspected tiles by back door broken and miss storage of single service cups and inspection. Gallon Price
by the Bradford County ing. Door frames by back door, kit- utensils. Improper covering over 301 DRIVE IN: Closed at time of in- CollectionQ
Health Department during the HRS chen entrance, storeroom and knife. Light in walk-in cooler not' spection.
Third Quarter (April-June, 1985), restroom entrances rotten and working. Hood fire extinguisher not WENDY's: Improperly stored ice bf.Eife'H'jfali 4 DAYS ONLY!
The information was taken from broken. Wallboard broken in dining properly tagged and inspected. scoop.
the inspector's files, which are area near restroom.Floor in counter WESTERN STEER: Food in walk-in
Manager did not possess a valid food coolers not stored at proper heightoff
public records. The inspection area cracked and peeling. Wall in
reports reflect a health appraisal kitchen (behind cookers) broken. management certification at time of floor. Can opener dirty. I-ROS&-\
tnade at the time of the inspection Lights in kitchen not shielded. --- .
and not be the current health KOCK'S DRUGS: Chest freezer door \ 964.4442
mar the establishment. Some of broken and instulation falling out. Paul thanks America : t i', ..,
an --
the restaurants will receive a Wall behind cooking area in I 102 E. Brownlee Road
scheduled "call back" inspection to disrepair.Floor behind cooking area CENSER
PAINT
assure the health violations were dirty. with new low chain saw -.. Starke
corrected and others will be required -
to make corrections prior to LILSKEETERS: Dumpster opened.

the Health next Department.routine inspection of the opener Improper dirty.disposal Improperly of garbage.covered Can prices and a free gift.Poulan ;- s.o ass fire tam etr aeq

All restaurants have been in- food in store room and cooler. Uncovered
spected for compliance with Chapter ham stored on ice used for Is America's chain saw, built for rugged

State 10D-13 of, Florida.FAC, Food Service Code, smoking cooling condiments.in food preparation Evidence area.of dependability by American workers, designedby I .. I

No cover on floor drain. Managerdid American engineers. That makes the

not possess a valid food manage- Poulan 3400 Ideal for cutting American wood. I
ANDREWS DRUGS: Employee did ment certification at time of inspec
riot wash hands after eating and tion. I
before preparing customer's food. McDONALD's: Half case of sausage ri I {' I
CAPTAIN D's; Employee with bad patties and batter mix out of
cut handling food. Single service temperature. Stop Sale Notice 100% needle bearings I
items stored at improper height off issued on sausage patties. Powerful _. ,. 4super Front ew"I mounted spas I
floor Hood vent over deep fryers MITCHELL'S: Ice cream scoop lying 55CC nr.ung muff., Iq1I
greasy. No towels in rest room. on pair of rubber gloves used for englne''i. FArYl I
Manager did not possess a valid food cleaning with copper pot scraper ad- tJI" > Model 3400w113" I
management certification at time of jacent to the scoops. Flow rate at ice 4'1 bow
inspections. Changed ownership late cream dipper well too slow. Heating (. I
in quarter. grease on an unvented stove. Not \ ., <- I
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CATFISH SANDWICH SHOP: Ice washing, rinsing and santizing in S. j': S :.
scoop stored improperly. three separate steps. No test kit for 4V1.CaunterVlDe ..' \ '\ I
CEDAR RIVER SEAFOOD: Stuffed sanitizer. Reuse of single service I
crabs and shelled shrimp found to be utensils. syslem-up to Both automatic & manual 13're.erslble bow
7e% lees vibration chain oiling systems
stored at 90 and 60 degrees F. PEKING RESTAURANT: No lightin I
respectively, instead of 45 degree F walk-in freezer. Paint on walls rf\.
or below. Walk-in cooler and ceiling in walk-in cooler and .
temperature was 55 degrees F. Tar freezer peeling. Improperly covered a ss NOW $34999 .1 i ROOMS FOR RENT
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tar sauce stored at room chicken and rice stored at upper iI !
temperature. Personal drinks found limit of proper temperature. Meat
in food preparation area. Flies pre- slicer and can opener dirty. Dirty 1 Year limited warranty on all Poulan saws See dealer for details
sent in storeroom and door opened to aprons and towels uncovered and I
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4 tnq.1 ib '{r1 r t '1 Ta Ina public hearing attended by provide$4,500 toward city revenues.
very little public,the Lawtey council The council also set total
accepted the recommended millagefor operating budget revenues of
1 M property taxes and set the $160,500 with the largest income
+ 1985-1986 budget; for the city. from state revenue sharing monies,
's a figure of $34,000.Expenditures .
It was the second and final public for administrationwere
:'i'1' hearing required by Florida law on, set, at $9,200, with the police
: ,' I the new budget, which totals department budget set at $45,479.
$272,900. That figures comes com- The Street Department will be

,kt' 'tis ,t JI'' ..ra' bines$1650,500 the and town's the Water General Department Fund of budgeted at a figure of $54,992, with
budget of $112,400. fire expenditures set at $2,200.

Other general expenditures, including
There is no property tax increasein recreation, capital outlay,
the new budget. The millage elections, and utility taxes are set at
\ recommended by Jimmy Alvarez, $48,629.
Bradford County Property Appraiser -
': :.w to generate the same The city water revenues and expenditures -
revenue as last year was 2.264 mills budgeted under a
., The council accepted the figure, separate heading, were set at
:;' : called the rollback rate, which will $112,400.
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Products of Local Industry...

A bass boat made by Griffis Fiberglass and trailers manufactured by Telling tall tales over the bass boat are Chamber President Richard
Crosley Manufacturing Co. were on display at the Econo-Lodge last Welty, County Commission Chairman Maxio Carter, Jr., and School
Thursday, Sept. 19, for a reception honoring local businesses during InBoard Member Len Schlofman.
dustry Appreciation Week. I CANCERBrooker I


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by Michelle Hall Brooker City Council gave its department are budgeted for trouble down there." 176 6 Breast cancer
final approval to the 85-86 budget $60,134. This is an increase of$3,351 Robinson started on the remodel- Cancer of the prostate gland

Seniors.. A Special Message... Tuesday, Sept. 16, in a special over last years total of $56,783. ing job last Saturday, said 181 179 Cancer-the Lung cancer curable disease
meeting at the town hall. Money for the water system is Stalnaker, and is supposedly
It's time to vote for Senior A short time ago, when we met, I With Councilman Gene Melvin budgeted separately with all ting a completion date during expec-the 183 Cancer's 7 warning signals
Superlatives. Get a form from your knew then you were my life. andJoe 165 Cancer of the skin
Carl Edwards, C.J. Stalnaker revenues generated from it going middle of next week.
English teacher, fill it out, and Our love is a bond, holding us Tolleson present, it was a back into the water works account. Damage to the system caused by 188 Radiation therapy for cancer
return it to your teacher no later together, through our troubles and unanimous vote for adoption of the For the new year, $35,548 has been freezes during the last two years 189 Childhood cancers
than today, Sept. 26. strife. budget for the new year. The fun- set aside for its operation. This is an would have paid for the remodeling, 525 Cancer of the stomach
The Class Officers will count the Now it's our anniversary; a dayto ding appropriation begins October 1 increase of $10,624 with the major said Stalnaker.
ballots this afternoon. Only one rejoice; with the start of the new fiscal year. portion of the a mo!,." coming from a "Might not have cold like that Tel-Med A tree community service -
form per student will be given out. Five months to the day, when you "For the income we got going, I transfer of funds alt idy on hand In- again, but then again," said brought to you by the Auxiliary
Also, don't forget about the SAT spoke with love in your voice.I think we do pretty good," said Carl to a reserve accountAn Stalnaker of Bradford Hospital, Inc.
and ACT registration deadlines. A love you Michael, forever with Edwards, city councilman.
score on at least one of these are required my heart.
improvement to the well
for most entrances.Be Soon when we're that's pum-
,
college together
P'roperty tax millage for the new phouse was the only major additionto
to Mrs. office when I shall start
by Aljets' ,
sure stop rollbackrate Low
adopted at the this year's budget. bidder
and the forms( ). love !has year was
pick up registration To prove to you our raise
will
of 1.328 which $1,515 was Joe Robinson who got the con-
made us one. for the city. This represents only tract for a submission of $4,180 to
and Actresses...
Actors
Forever yours, Nancy. about 1.6 percent of Brooker's total rebuild the building.
If enjoy the theatre, whetherit's the Diamonds for Everyone
you outlay for upcoming year.
and Restless?!?...
designing, or script Young
actin prop "The only thing we put in the
Drama Club is for you. Wanted: Two physically fit, General revenue funds, which pay budget was build a pumphouse," From $4900I11)IIIAI
We will meet every Monday in the already assembled members of the for city services such as garbage said C.J. Stalnaker, city coun-
auditorium, right after school until 4 male gender. Must be in TOP collection, street repairs and the fire cilman. "For two years it gave us
p.m. We have many activities plan WORKING condition and ready for
ned. Anyone and everyone is action.
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welcome. You do not have to be These two fine specimens must bea !one
enrolled in Drama to be a member of high school or college student .
the Drama Club. Come join and give (Please, no married men. This may
yourself the experience of a lifetime. cause some problems). LUI C
The 1985-86 Drama Club officersare If interested, reply to: Miss _
: Michelle Hall, president; Everything and associate, c/o '
NEEDS,
PLUMBING
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Audra Brantley, secretary Chrissie Please send recent,,,fulj, length CALL THE COMPANY THAT WILL BE HERE TOMORROW L"dil'S' Cluster
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There has been a change in the The Annual Staff would like to say FREE ESTIMATES WAYNE KINNEY

time of the Key Club meetings. Key thank you to the Administration and PLUMBING DIJI'WKI[ PMMI7I'
Club meetings will start at 6:30: p.m. Faculty for their patience and
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Oct. 1.The. nandina. They played a great game .. Ladies'
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Thorton, president; Lynn The Key Club extends congratulations -
Barer, vice-president; Michelle and best wishes to Carl and We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call $4900compare

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Ever wonder just how much the social account of this "elegant" occasion: Before the appointed hour one could
/lnd/ l cultural life of the community hashanged MUSICAL PARTYA see
beautifuly gowned ladies all headed in the
in the past! 73 years, from the time r GRAND SUCCESSThe same direction,the home of Mrs Futch. At ..

when women were referred to to the as "ladies"and beautiful home of Col.and Mrs J. E. the door they were met by this charming '.' ,' I ff''E ilk w
men as "gentlemen" present woman, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Lim ;' 1 '
Futch was the scene last Friday afternoonof N ,
era of "guys and dolls"? From the time baugh. ., 1
Both
social events in were so gracious arid charm-
when "entertainment" meant a one of the most brilliant .j,, '
group
leathering around the piano to harmonize the musical line ever held in Starke.A ing in their hospitable greetings that a ;'1i ,
of ri. +
spirit freedom and ease seemed to fill
on "Hearts and Flowers" to the current committee consisting of Mrs. J.E. the atmosphere. Mrs. Futch looked ,, h .
custom! of gathering around the cocktail- Futch, Mrs. T.N. Limbaugh and Mrs. unusually sweet and dainty in a gown of r.
..ul fet for champagne punch and hors to raise white batiste
Charles E. Ensey were appointed while her sister was a close
d'ovuvers. money for the building funds of the Baptist rival in a very becoming gown of white
To illustrate the vast change in "entertaining" Church. To prove that these ladies were chiffon.
that has been wrought over the both competent and resourceful was
After some eighty guests had arrived
demonstrated their musical party. Invitations -
and half decades turn back by
past! seven a and seated
were comfortably in the
the pages of The Telegraph to May 19, 1911when were issued, interspersed with
spacious and
i parlors conservatory, Mrs.
musical terms, which were very unique
of local ladies "ex-
a staged an
group DeWitt C. Jones and her sister, Miss Susie
and original. Those who replied in the
travagania to raise funds for the Baptist
Darby, rendered faultlessly, a beautiful
spirit and language of the invitation were:
Church on W. Jefferson Street, the only instrumental
duet. Both were gowned in
Mrs. Mrs. F.C. Edwards Mrs.
Phillips,
Baptist church in town at that time.
white
J.C. Poppell Mrs.J.M. Alvarez,Mrs.T.D. net elaborately trimmed in narrow
The society editor of those days pulled Gunter, Mrs. G.M. Sistrunk and daughter, white satin ribbon and lacetruly a visionof t
out all the stops and exhausted half the adjectives Mrs. C.A. Futch,Miss Fripp and Mrs. A.H. loveliness.

in the dictionary in the following Freeman. Next on the program was a solo b,' the

hostess, "I Know a Lovely Garden', accompanied -
by Mrs. Jones. This sweet ,, 'r
Editorials.Justice singer's voice is too well known and admired
to need further comment. Then
I came what had proven an all-absorbing in-
terrogation point throughout the program,
and as something was certainly behind the cur-
Politics
Just Don't MixIf tains. As Mrs. Limbaugh very deftly drew
aside the cover such a beautiful vision as
met the eyes will long be remembered by
the citizens of a democracy lose Reagan's California "kitchen cabinet"and the appreciative assembly. Across the entire
confidence in -their system of justice, inner-circle as Governor. While end of the back parlor was arranged a

can it long survive? The perception that Meese and Smith both embrace the sufficient high wall to with admit nine one oval-shaped face at each openings place.

our criminal justice system favors the Reagan philosophy in the key areas of Each opening was surrounded by large
privileged few and the well-to-do civil rights, church and state issues, and paper petals to represent the song to be All Dressed Up...

becomes more and more evident as other sensitive areas, Meese more than sung by each individual. For instance the !Mamie Cason, daughter of an early -Starkc druggist poses In
time goes on. Smith, has indicated he will vigorously modest daisy was perfect in its white her birthday party outfit in this Hoover Bros Photo, circa 1911.
of with the
Theobvious answer is that no lobby for the Reagan ideology in and out and petals golden crepe hair paper of Miss Louise dainty Peek face to

democratic society can long tolerate a of the legal arena. form the center of the flower, while her The dainty sweet forget-me-nots (four With reluctance the guests took their
sweet voice sang "Daisies". in number) were graced by the faces of homeward way,for Mrs. Futch had proven
public perception that its criminal Meese has even said, "The Bill of Mrs. Futch, Mrs. Charles Ensey, Mrs. herself as charming a hostess as she is a
justice system favors the privileged and Rights as debated, created, andratified Next in line came the thoughtful pansy Richard Fernandez and Miss Lois Peek. singer.
wealthy at the expense of the powerlessand was designed to apply only to with her purple petals, but the center of at- Mrs. Futch sang first soprano, Mrs. Ensey
traction this time happens to be a dainty second, Mrs. Fernandez first alto, and Thirty dollars were turned into the
the poor.It the national government"implying, little maiden, Emma Darby, whose clear, Miss Peek second. This closed the gates on building fund which reflects much crediton
apparently, that it does not apply to girlish voice rang out with much sweetnessand this beautiful garden of flowers. Which the committee. This novel form of
is therefore imminently fitting that state and local governments. If the promise. In the center of the group was the most beautiful, or left their entertaining was original in the minds of
the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee is Supreme Court is finally persuaded to was a gorgeous red rose, whose face lent musical fragrance the longest? It would be the committee and we hope the future has I
correct in setting hearings later this adopt the Meese view, it could jeopardize enchantment, while the rich contralto unkind to discriminate. To pluck a few many more such treats in store.
voice of Miss Powell
Mattie would
sang superbly, mar the beauty of the whole.
year on the handling of a number of many high court decisions of recent "Beautiful Garden of Roses'. The Of our ladies quartette we are proud,

widely publicized criminal prosecutionsor years, including those forbidding the en- sunflower's setting of brown was very appropriately During the refreshments of two delicious and regret
( the lack of such prosecutions) tanglement of religion and state, protec- filled with Mrs. J.C. Alvarez's kinds of ice cream, vanilla and That the men of our town missed the
American brown eyes and hair while her voice captured strawberry, and dainty cakes, served bi'the treat.A .
against major corporations and
ting privacy reaffirming press
,
the hearts of all with the younger members of the request might come
song
including E.F. Hutton, Eli Lilly, and rights, including limitations on libel "Sunflower". The modest violet framed two manly boys, Homer "Garden'd From the men left at home

GTE Government Systems Corporation. suits. the face of Miss Susie Darby, whose artistic Charles Ensey, Jr., gave several selec- "Please" Mesdames Committee,
voice sang faultlessly, "Violets". tions on Col. Futch's fine graphophone. repeat
The political role of the Justice

Despite vigorous denials by Attorney Department and the Attorney General's

General Edwin Meese and others in the office has been a controversial one in

Justice Department, enough evidence several past administrations. During It's beginning to looka
exists of soft or special treatment of the Watergate scandal in Nixon's ad-

white collar crime by the Justice ministration there was talk of removingthe 't

Department to warrant the forthcoming Justice Department from Cabinet lot like ChristmasUnion I"

Senate hearings. It has been pointed out status and mandating a less partisanrole

that Congress and the White House are for its head. The argument was that

now considering tax reform, trade justice should be blind, and Attorneys County farmer Drew Andrews At
regulation, and other matters of highest General should confine thei efforts to was recently named one of ten
finalists in the Florida Farm Bureau
importance to the nation, in which the administering justice without fear or FederatlorilaiJiOUtstanding.! young
perception of fairness and equal justice favor, rather than remaking it to con- farmer and rancher contest. It is not DrewAndrews /

in the treatment of corporate America, form with personal ideology. difficult to understand why he was ,

as well as Americans at all levels, is at Totally) out of bounds should be the attempted chosen. Apathetic attitudes and a
bleak outlook on the future becauseof
issue. imposition of a partisan the current economic situationare

Indications that the Justice political agenda( on the judiciary by the not uncommon among farmers Farm
are White House, which is what we're see- today. Instead of giving in to I
Department under Mr. Meese is as ing now. Mr. Meese is a more than despair Andrews 21, seeks answersto 1
much concerned about implementing problems with innovative ideas !
collaborator -
willingindeed, an over-eager and .
Mr. Reagan's personal ideology optimistic thinking.One
in this effort. He should be
through the Justice Department as it is his of Andrew's
concerned only with administering example ingenuity
in the quality of justice administered.Both office in a manner to assure the is the unique way he spends his
Mr. Meese and his predecessor time when he is not busy baling hayor
William French Smith, are personalfriends American people that the government'sscales raising dairy calves at his
of are kept in balance.Reagan's .
and former members of justice family's farm. Andrews has branched
out into the wholesale plant Branching out...

business. Drew Andrews, a Union i" County farmer is raising poinsettias in his
Tax' 6Ref orm' Andrews decided ornamental 2,200 spare vnnni time Ills greenhouse near Worthington Springs is filled with about
foilage production might be a wise plants, which wIll be ready to sell during the Christmas
I business venture when his wife and season.
mother came home from a shopping
Would Favor the WealthyIt spree with a few plants which cost

about $100.Last County Agent's Notebook ;'

comes as no surprise that an boosting the tax savings of upper in- December: he built a ByBobby.L.Taylor- "'
analysis of President Reagan's tax"reform" come groups. In 1982, the last year for greenhouse and rows of wire screen-

program by the staff of the which (data is available, taxpayers with topped tables to hold plants. He rais- Select Your Fungicides with Care
incomes reported ede _.".".".".."_."-nnnnala....--.-.such
over $100,000 eight
House Ways and Means Committee petunias
and
shows that taxpayers in the highest in- percent of the total income in the coun- as begonias. Not ,wanting marigolds to leave, his When applying fungicides, only use the material for the job.You must also apply it'
rates listed
the label.
come brackets ($200,000 and up) would try, but had 53 percent of the capital greenhouse empty, Andrews decide are listed in on ranges, such Sometimes as "four to rates six at I'll the try right to answer time and some at commonly the proper asked rate.

reap a whopping benefit of six percentin gains. Consequently, many taking ed to test his green thumb by raising ounces per thousand square feet". to"help take some of the
after-tax income, while those in the sional committee members are hard-to-grow poi ettlas. Generally, the lower rate is the amount us- questions guesswork out of using fungicides.
middle income bracket ($20,000 to about raising the capital gains tax rate Andrews' greenhouse is now filled' ed early in the season or when the plantsare
rather than reducing it. with about 2,200 8-inch high, lush small.The higher rate is used when the Probably the most confusing thing about
would less than
)
$30,000) get a one per- poinsettia plants, which he has plants are full-grown, or the disease has using fungicides is selecting the right
cent benefit. The Reagan plan would also strike carefully tended since July, when he become severe. However, it's sometimes a material. A lot of factors play part in the
There are various to determinethe another blow at middle income groups bought them as seedlings. good idea to use the higher rate early in the choice you'll make,and I will discuss some
ways season. This will reduce the chance of of these this week.
effect of changes in tax laws on by wiping out the $3,000 deduction now Poinsettia growing is almost a disease early in the plant's life, and make .
Americans in different income allowed families with two wage earnersto science. Besides watering (a two any disease control that is necessary laterin Some fungicides are specific and will
brackets. One method is called the help offset the disadvantage of their hour a day task) and fertilizing, An- the season more effective. Unless the control only certain diseases on certain
"burden analysis" which discloses the having to file a joint return. The Presi- drews researches l and putslnto prac-* product specifically states otherwise, it's plants. Others are broad spectrum, and
increase dent would disallow this write-off. tice growth control techniques. At a usually okay to use the higher rate, right will control a lot of different fungus pro-
average percentage or the the development of from the start. blems on a variety of plant types. And
precise point
decrease in taxes in each income Whether consciously or sub- the young plants the uppermost Finally, I would like to stress the importance sometimes, a lot of different fungicideswill
category. A report on this percentagebasis consciously, Mr. Reagan's tax leaves are removed to encourage of treating a fungus problem as ear- all be recommended for the same
was submitted to the House Ways philosophy seems to justify the headline lateral growth and flowering. Andrews ly as possible. A fungicide can't get rid of disease problem. So, how do you know .'
an existing disease. It can only keep the which one to use?
and Means Committee last week and used by one daily newspaper in announ- also applies a solution to the disease from spreading. A disease that's

amazed committee members, including cing results of the congressional tax"reform" plants the to retard the to upward produce growthof fuller already present will remain on the plant Here are a few guidelines on this. Firstof
some of Mr. Reagan's staunchest sup- analysis: "Tax-plan Income plants.poinsettias until the plant part dies, or is removed. all, make sure the fungicide you have in
porters. Judging by their reaction, it Study Shows Rich Big Winners." mind is safe for the plant you want to use it
was obvious that Congress will not If everything goes right, the Fungus diseases are a common problem on. Never apply a fungicide to any plant
ap- That's par for Mr.Reagan's course. poinsettias should start showing color this time of year in lawns, gardens and ornamentals that isn't specifically listed on the product
bill
tax "reform" that the
a
prove gives Andrewswill label.
around mid-October. unfortunately, fungus disease
wealthiest group of Americans an in- start shipping the plants to control can, be a complicated matter
crease in spendable income six times 'Well Suited retail stores after Thanksgiving because it's essential to choose the right Sometimes a number of fungicides will-
greater than that bestowed on tax- ted ? be recommended for the same disease problem
Does this you something but these can vary in strength and
payers of modest means. effectiveness. If the disease is
The youthful assistant vice-president of severe,
The main reason the Reagan plan E.F Hutton & Co.j Inc., was pictured a -- either because you waited too long to do
Avenue advertise anything about it, or because it's one that
Saks
would be so advantageous to the well- ment near-full in Monday's page Wall Fifth Street Journal modeling Letters about the Cross Not PublishedDuring spreads rapidly, such as downy mildew,
do-do is that the maximum tax rate the
a Valentino Uomo (Italian styled) chalk-. use most effective fungicide you can
levied on this privileged class would be striped wool suit (from the collection, $135 to find. You may have to to a specialty
this
reduced from 50 percent to 35 percent trio). the past week The Telegraph has received a number of letters store for a fungicide of type, because
pro and con, concerning the lighted cross mounted on the city they aren't always available at garden
under the debatable thatif
Reagan theory Sales described It as "The Power water tower. The cross was part of the annual Christmas lighting on the centers.
the top rate is cut far enough it would Suit..authoritative, but discreetly so. Its tower which, in the past, has brought forth many favorable comments
encourage factory 'expansion and style anchored by a conservative base."Even from tourists as well as "home folks". if you catch the disease before it
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I West Nassau Will Come Out Running, : Gunning AainstBHS;


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Tornado gridders will face 12,are the only two Warriors going back at 6-1, 190, 12, and George Hart, coaches.
another run-and-gun offense out of a both ways. 6-0, 17012. "West Nassau is a good ball club.They .
t double wing in their home opener From their double wing offensethe The {inside linebackers are Eric have a .i HI of offense, the

F against West Nassau High at 8 p.m. Warriors pull their guards in the Temple, no. 35, 6-3, 210, 11, who is quarterback scrambles well, throws
tomorrow (Friday, Sept. 27) on direction they run put the wing tough and will intimidate ;you, BHS good, and has good receivers, says
Bradford Field. backs in motion, and usally run with scouts say. The other inside LB i 110 Coach Sexton.
West Nassau is 1-1 coming into the the motion. QB Brown is a sprint out Henry Hobbs, no. 44, 5-9, 170, 12. The Warrior running game is
game, having won the season opener passer who usually throws mediumto Temple was removed from the Pax more of a threat. West Nassau has a
28-7 over Paxon of Jacksonville, then short but can throw long. Brown's on game for fI htingr Outside good running back and uses him a lot
losing 32-6 to a tough Daytona Beach receivers are slot backs Nye and linebackers are Keith Price, no. 33, more, points out Sexton. The two
Father Lopez squad. BHS is 2-0 going Jeff Mitchell, no. 11,6-2,170,12, and 6-0,195,12, and Robbie Knott, no. 31, wingbacks are also good runners.
into the game, with a 7-6 win over split ends Richard Toohey, no. 81, 5-5, 148, 12. The pass receivers, the ends and
Williston and a 14-0 win over Fernan- 6-2,180,10, and Jimmy Armstrong, In the WN defensive secondaryare wingbacks, are better than Fernan-

dina. no. 22, 5-10,140,12. halfbacks Mike Nye, no. 20, 5-7, dina's, says Sexton. "
The Warriors also run a 4-4 West Nassau is big up the middle. 135, 12, and Tommy Williams, no. 9, "Our secondary will be tested,
t v defense, just like the Tornadoes and Offensively, the center is John 5-8, 150, 12. The defensive middle predicts Coach Hurse.
just like Fernandina. It won't be Causey, no. 82, 5-9,172, 12, who will safety is Cliff White, no. 85, 5-11,153,
J(1 Q t anything new for the Tornadoes, but hurt you, BHS scouts report. The 12.
West Nassau quarterback Vincent guards are Maurice Hobbs, no. 65, Field OK If...
Brownt no. 7. 5.7,155,12, is smaller 5-10,193,12, and Kenny Bennoit, no. Coaches Comments... The sod on Bradford Field was dry
lot quicker than Fernandina 75,6-1,185,12. Hobbs has good speed West Nassau runs the same type enough to play on Monday, but if it ,
quarterback Ronald Veal. QB and will pull on the bootleg. Bennoit run and shoot offense from a double rains before Friday it may not dry
Brown will be a real problem to con- is a tough player. The tackles are wing that Fernandina used, but the out, says Coach Hurse.
tain, says Bradford Defensive Coach Danny Wyen, no. 76, 6.1, 215, 12, and Warrior quarterback is a bigger Problem is fixing a split light pole
Mike Sexton. Deke Smith, 6-0, 185 12. threat, BHS Coaches Mike Sexton hit by lightning, and the wooden
Big Gain... Running back Mike Martin, no. 40, In the WN 4-4 defense the inside and David Hurse say after watchinga bleachers must be moved from the
towardthe 6-1, 190, 12, has good size and is a tackles are Curtis Bagby, no. 77, &-4, movie of the WN-Paxon game. baseball field to the south side of the
BUS quarterback Frank Long finds some open field and heads hard runner, according to BHS 265, 12, and Brad Street, 6-2, 210, 10. The West Nassau quarterback is football field. Coach Hurse wants to
Beach last
goal line during the Tornadoes' victory over Fernandina scouts. Martin, number 40, and left The two outside down linemen are smaller but quicker and faster than give the field time to dry out before
Friday night. wing back Mike Nve. no. 20. 5.7.135. Mike Martin, no. 40. the running Fernandina's Ronald Veal, say the moving the bleachers if he can.
Long and Co. will be tented their next opponent this Friday night when

West Nassau comes calling.



Defense Shines As BHS Blank Pirates 140Behind


a tough defense, Tornado The BHS offense, with a veteran tercepted a QB Veal pass to end the BHS offensive lost some intensity
gridders shut out a strong Nassau offensive line and backfield, was fourth Fernandina possession. then, and even more for a time after
High 14-0 last Friday night Sept. 20, supposed to carry the Tornadoes in Defensive backs Wendall Shanks the two thwarted scoring bids.
for a District 3-3A win in Fernandina the early going while an Inexand David Hamilton, linebacker But the BHS offense came to life
Beach. perienced defense came into its own. Lonnie Hamilton and linebacker Bilagain in the fourth period on a Fer-
Bradford gridders mounted a BHS scored only one touchdown in ly Jackson combined to force Fer nandina punt which Frank Long was
59-yard scoring drive the first time the opening game 7-6 win over nandina to punt after two first downs deep to receive and mishandled.
they had the football for a 7-0 advan Williston and the defense protected a on the fifth Pirate possession. Before Long could even start to
tage. The Big Red defense protected one touchdown lead against FernanWith time running out and the runrecover the bouncing football, a
the lead for most of the game, never dina until the last few mintues. fling game not clicking, Fernandina sprinting Wendell Shanks coming
allowing Fernandina any closer than went more and more to the pass in for Long, didn't even
the BUS 45 yard line. The BHS ofDefense Shines... the fourth period, and completed slow down as he caught the bouncing
fense finally iced the win with 3:11: Keeping pressure on the most passes of 15, 16, and 11 yards for first football and raced down the Fernan
left to play on a 64 yard TD drive. dangerous Pirate offensive weapon, downs. But the BHS defense kept the dina sideline 42 ;yards before being
"We should have put the game the Tornado defense caught pressure on. QB Veal had to pass caught from behind.
away before that," says Head Coach dangerous Fernandina quarterback under hard pressure which IncreasIt set BHS up on the FernandinaDavid
Hurse. Ronald Veal behind the line ed as the game went on. Veal had to 39. But a 15 yard penalty and the
try to operate with Tornado tacklers which slipped through
counter misdirection numerous times. QB Veal was pass Chap-
Using a or blowing by like bullets. Veal had to at the five line
play that was successful every time thrown for losses five times, and pell's arms yard stopped -
into hurried avoid, not just one rushing Big Red that drive.But .
pressured making
back Clinton
BHS[ ran it,junior running
other times. Tornado player, but two or three coming defensive tackle Chris
25 passes
Jenkins 153
gained yards on
carries averaging better than six tacklers had trouble getting the from either side. BHS switched the Dougherty then recovered a Fernan
Quarterback Frank strong, stocky 190-pound Veal on the rushers to keep the Pirate blockers dina fumble on the BHS 36 yard line.
yards per carry. off balance. The started the BHS 48 and
ground. Veal repeatedly ducked play on
Long would take the football back to
in the under hard charging tacklers, mak- "I thought our defense did a pretty the fumbled football rolled forward.
Jenkins deep
waiting
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backfield. Fernandina linebackers ing them miss 14 times. good lob," said Coach Mike Sexton, The fumble recovery seemed to
the defensive coordinator, in an charge BHS up again.
would back for and
Jenkins drop would have a a pass On the first Fernandina series understatement. On first down Tornado running Big "D"...
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Fernandina linebacker Billy Jackson threw back Clinton Jenkins went over the
before red. Linebackers Ron inside linebacker Wise and
Broun(77)( ,
they recov Gary
speedy Pirate back Ernie Roberts left side and cut to the sideline for 24
lineman with their backs on the linebacker Lonnie Hamilton and other members of the BUS defensiveunit
Offense ..
Spotty.
for a six yard loss on an end run,plus yards, his longest run of the night.
would reach grab a foot, the Pirate the shutout.
ground up, converged on quarterback during 14-0
a clipping penalty pushed FernanA charged up BHS offense Wiggins got five
and Jenkins droveyyardssbehindea Brown and his teammates drf'ra't's from the staff for theirperformance.
trip up 'L preventing: dina back 15 more yards. Jackson yards in 12 plays on its first hard charging BHS coaching
many longer runs QB rushed and threw QB Veal for an sion. Running back Clinton Jenkins line, and RB Jenkins went to the
the touchdown from five yards
out first Jenkins scored the second eight yard loss on a crucial third carried eight times on the drive for right for 15 yards and a first down at
from, 10 out. down play on Fernandina's second gains of 4,10,4,3,7,1, and 4 yards. the Fernandina 20.
yards series, forcing a punt. QB Long completed passes of 7 Fullback Wiggins was hit at the ,
BHS got to the Fernandina five On Fernandina's third possession yards to 6-4 wideout Pat Diggs and line but lunged forward for a five
yard line twice more, but a clipping defensive end Ron Brown stopped 14 yar Js to tight end Mike Chappell, yard gain to the 15. Jenkins slanted
penalty nullfied a five yard TD pass the Fernandina running back for a and scored the TD from three yards right five more to the 10. Then, ,. ''' If
from QB Long to wideout Andy three yard gain, then defensive out on a play action pass.. Long again ion that same misdirectionJones ,'I, ':.'i ,.r 20
and a pass slipped through tackle Chris Dougherty caught QB started to' his 'right with the ban play, Jenkins got a four foot wide I ,101' ; ..s. 31ix ,lHfrll/u/ y. 'JiCf! J jnft
the arms of tight end Mike Chappel, Veal for a five yard loss plus a clippcocked to throw, then legged it easlhole and went untouched into the ,
popping lazily up in the air into the ing penalty pushed the Pirates furly into the endzone, kneeling to put endzone for the touchdown. David
arms of the Pirate defender stanther back. the football down. Hamilton added both extra points on

ding behind Chappell. Linebacker Billy Jackson in It was so easy and it appeared the strong, high kicks. i '"" "*....,.-. -1"i



Coaches ''Extremely Pleased' With Defensive PlayA orfinp:


shut out? "You've got to be ex- The Offense... The offensive line is: center Dan that the Tornadoes aren't scoringany

tremely pleased with that," says "Our offensive line is doing a ny Manning, strong side guard Keith more is not the fault of the line, ,
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sextonof super job," says Head Tornado Gillingham, strong side guard Tom- but the Tornadoes have just not got
the 14-0 win over a tough Fernan David Hurse. my Parker, weak side guard Chris ten everything together at this point, ,
dina team. The line is playing well together. Cribbs, and weak side tackle Greg Hurse says.
The Big Red defense protected a Coach Jay Godwin is doing a good Jackson. Best offensive lineman is "It takes a couple of games to get
7-0 lead until only 3:11: remained in job with the BHS forewall. Keith Gillingham. everything going like you want it Model Of The Week! ;
the game, never allowing Fernan The Tornado line was gelling five Jackson had to go both ways most to," points out Coach Sexton.
dina inside the BHS 45. Pressure was yards a charge against Fernandina, of the game Friday due to an injuryto "We're stopping outselves," says JANNA SAMONS ;
pretty well kept on Fernandina making big holes. Running back Dennis Cummings. Coach Hurse, pointing to offensive
quarterback Ronald Veal, a Clinton Jenkins gained 153 yards in The offensive line is getting the job pass interference and holding callsin

dangerous passer and runner. 25 carries, over six yards per try. ,done,_,Coach Hurse says. The fact.. the Fernandina game.
Coach Sexton is extremely pleasedwith -"""
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Hamilton. Jackson lead the team
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The I.ady TOInadosorkl'll hard to Like home the ing out Orange Park.
first place trophy at the annual Palatka Invitational Team member are (1-r): KkneelingRobin Manning.
Cross Country Alert last Saturday morning Palatka. Barbara Harris and Lisa Tierney.\ Standing- Christi! &&s
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The Lady Tornados kept up their Final] standings saw BHS edge cond was Rhonda Bryant in 17:08.: fir
winning ways this week, taking Orange Park 43-52 for the title. This "I was pleased with their effort," / '
home the first place trophy from the was the second weekend in a row the said Loper as he explained that the
annual Palatka Invitational last Lady Tornados have slipped past the JV included girls all the way up to
Saturday, Sept, 21, and dominated atwoway Raiders."I seniors in high school. $
meet Tuesday, Sept. 24, thought they ran real well," The JV finished with a total of 39 1\\\
over Gainesville High. said Coach Loper. "Real] tough and points for the win. '! -i iE.. .,..1\ .
Ranked fourth in the state in 3A strong."
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Vanguard FM
first place time. of near or far stations
Forest (138) 7-Terry Parker (1661.Palatka humidity was very high, said Loper B.I n
Coining into the home stretch, No Team Score about Tuesday's sunny weather. Supplied belt clip bolts securely onto radio
The Lady Tornados took the first
Kelley Jackson dug deep and came- Individual Plac.ii
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up with enough to pass several] I.Lori Sapp 11:35. 3.Rachal Hopkins (Palatka seven of ten places for an 18-44 win
Orange Park girls and sew the win II:38,Jennifer Fannon (Bolles) 13:08.Kelley. over GHS. Video Recorder In TownSharp
up for the Tornadoes with a 7th place Tierney Jackson 11:46,16-Barbra.13:JO. Chrlitl Harrell Harris 13:58 13: :40,,la 14 Robin Lisa The BMS Girls] Roadrunners Covenant had
been scheduled to run New
finish. ,
Manning) 14:29. Chrlsilt AnderI14,32Girls
Christian Academy from Jackson- Wired Remote
Christi! Harrell, Lisa Tierney and ville, but they did not bring a team. VHS VC-582U -
: Barbara Harris packed together and JV:
crossed the line 13,14 and 16 to round Running as the junior varsity, the = = -, =- =-=-===
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out the top five scores for BHS. BMS Girls] Roadrunners had a good T.am Rcsulti: Cash
There was only 18-seconds between morning Saturday as well, finishingfirst. 1-BHS (181 IONS (44)
these three Robin Manning .
runners. Individual Places! Lori Sapp 13:47
and Chrissie Anders were not far They were led by Ramona Ten- Kelley Jackton 13:51, Barbara Harrl. 13:41, ... Carry
behind as they made-up the sixth nant who covered the two-mile Christi Marrell 14:42Lisa Tlernev 15:10, C, I
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plus taxfBqBmggpaammummmMiwuiHmmium

a full boys team, the course. still feeling the effects of strep Ad Good thru October 25th
gentlemen Tornadoes were not ableto At Palatka] ,Chad Tennant crossedthe throat.
score in the Palatka Invitational] finish 58th in a time of 22:48: and Stabler came in seventh in 22:54: ,
last Saturday and had to forfeit Curtis Knights was 61st in 27:44. Chad Tennant was eighth in 24:07 mmmmm "
against Gainesville High on Tues- The meet was won by Orange and Curtis Knights was ninth in
. Park with 39 points. Bolles come in 29:30.: MOVIESwith
25
day.So far there are only three boys second with 49 and Buchholz] was Get FREE
running for the Tornadoes, with third with 67. Next date for the Tornados is the
another expected out soon. It takes In Tuesday's meet with GHS, Sandalwood Invitational at Sandalwood -
live to make a team in cross country three men from BHS were on hand to ] High School] in Jacksonvillethis of VCR TV this week
with the boys running a three mile run,even though Randy Stahler was Saturday, Sept. 28. purchase or

within 30 good thru Oct. 4th
Movies to be watched days
I BMS Roadrunners 4th in Palatka MeetAt


the Palatka Invitational Satur Scott Money 38:a*. Todd Hall 3':01 and Thomas Top finfsher for Bradford was
day, the Boys BMS Roadrunners got .Cooper 31:29 Larry Green in 26:30: for a fifthTuesday's
to run as the Tornado Junior Varsi- Home Meet... place. AHAlbums AllCassettes
ty, and came up with a fourth place
New Covenant
finish ChRrnt1ingAagadlnst! Individual Results: Larry Green M:10,
Tuesday, the Randy Miitonio:i .
e-cnru Rodrloul7 2':11.
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Coach George Loper
According to Roadrunners 14-ChrH Snow 11t40
I BM3 didn't do very 11 David Flicker 31:17.:
Park first, Eastside was
Orange was well. losing 1652. Jeremy Trimble 31.21 Kevin Snow 29:21ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttTttttt
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: in the junior varsity race. *
"They ran well," said Loper. "For *

i a they lot had of them run the that course was the" first time *: JACKPOT BARREL RACING' In Store In Store

Nine of the ten runners coveredthe RESULTS FOR AUG. 24 i
three mile course with only i
Jeremy Trimble not being able to $5.99 $5.99
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finish due to a twisted foot. $200 ADDED BARRELS:
: 18.852 $232 :
1. Squeak Huber
Individual R..ult.: Eric Wall 22::11.Mike Good thru/Oct. 4th
18.855 $114 Good thru Oct. 4th
McElroy:It,Larry Green 1J:J1,Kevin Jordan : 2. Vicki Johnson
la:11 Chris Pitcher 26 it,Mike Rodrlquel I7s41 3. Robin Morton 18.944 $116 :
4. Kappie Nelson 18.963 $ 58 *
JeV. Squad Wins *

i NOVICE BARRELS: :

varsity'he Bradford football High team,School after] Junior being 1. Squeak Huber 19.331 19.035 $33$.14 *: MOVIE RENTALS 3 for $5RentSaturdavj'etu
Deal
rained! out in its scheduled] opener 2.Amy
with Lake Butler, turned in a great 3. Lori Queen 19,361 $22 : Monday
performance in a 12-6 win over the 4. Leaton Morgan 19,4.n $11
powerful class 4-A Orange Park

Raiders in Orange Park Sept. 19...*.. JACKPOT POLES: :

Head JV Coach Lanier Clyatt- i 1. Ed Canyon $66 It HOME ENTERTAINMENT

prai&Spenser'.] the Smith offensive at performancesof fullback, and 2. Leaton !Morgan $44 ,i iIt

Darren Patterson and back Rodney and NEXT JACKPOT: SEPT. 28. .. p.m. by Fairgrounds *
at running CONCEPTS
Mosley] : It

tailback. SPOSSOItS: Bradford Telegraph, CioldKlst Store, J.L, Gladwell, E.J. :
the offensive line, Mike It Dowling. Bonnie Carne-Yj Jr. lIerKt'y, Western Steer Thomas Aulu It South Bradford Square. Starke 964-6944
301
U.S.
Still*ell. Allen Wood and Malachi : Parts, lil'lmp" Ranch Dr P..nnlngton. It ,
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I LAWTEY t ,... :.. . .w..1 i..1. . ., {, '( ,1,711\1'? .. I\ ;' 3.09%.
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STARKE", .l'" . .'. . .' ... :. . ...: : .;.I.r' 5,503'\. ')" 23. 93'%: '
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of Commissioners for the '. 'j'l'! "'/' ., ," "., '.If' ..''" ) ..' ".''. I" .\ ... '. .
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The, County 'County ;. ..TOTAl1.; .,. . l' .'1'. .,, .'.. I", ., .'.\ ." .'..' 22.996',, I 100.00'% '
FINAL PROPOSED USE OF FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS in the .. .t'io":7i'I"y'''I.'I': \ ."/: .. ',.&s roo .. 'a.yUNINCORPORATED '

'I'Wt" !'1'' AREAS t..i.. . : . ...'J':"'. 0'. . ..:.. 69.03%
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amount of 325237.00, which the County Commissioners expect to '" },'lr', INCORPORATED..AREAS. ... . . . : '}. . .). ': .. . .. 30.97% .,
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2. ASSESSED, VALUATION. ((1985 T, 1dO.) ., "
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/.'i"I' i : ,... COUNTY (UNINCORPORATED) :'. . : .:. :!..t. . .:. 117.176,422 67.12%

.." ') :, .. '. BROOKER. ... . . . . .. . .;. ;. . . 1.151,484 .66% .
':'kL:! 'M'EETING DATE MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1985 HAMPTON. .. .', . . ; . ,1. :. . . '. 1,118.760'' ., .64%
\, ", "(i... I"" : LAWTEY: . . .. . . . . . . : :: '2,371,092 1.36%
'' 'TIME: 8:00: p. m., > STARKE; : . ... .',,. .. . . ..O"'! . :. .. ;... .,. 52,760.372 30.22% ,
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; MEETING PLACE,:;: .i BRADFORD COURTHOUSE T.OTAL'. :. . ., . . :.., . ; ... :. :. ,,174,578,130, '. 100.00%
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,: ..>'. \..:.;: ; ',. 'I'INCORPORATED. AREAS.. . . /. . : . . : . ;.: . 32.88% '
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the right to make written or oral comments with regards to the proposed 7. .
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use of the Fund before the County Commissioners Final! Adoption of 4. TOTAL INCORPORATED AREAS ." '... .:... ..} :., .i, I II'"' .., ,''. ,. '. 11.

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the Federal Revenue Sharing Budget Budget .
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5. ELECTIONS (as of August .1. 1985)) .

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COUNTY (Unincorporated) . . . : . . 4.616. 61.68%
'I,' BROOKER . . . . : . . . . : .: .j i 118 1,58%
B..Ellerson HAMPTON. . . :. . . .-: : ;'. '.. .'.: : :. .' 180 2.40%
Maxie Carter;.Jr."":' Gilbert Brown Esther LAWTEY. . . . . . ; .. . : : . ... 371 4.96%

: ; Clerk to the Board County Finance Director STARKE. . : . . . . . ... . . . 2,199 29.38%
Chairman : ;:; '. jr. I ."

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AMOUNT ALLOCATED INCORPORATED AREAS. c. .' : .. . . .'. . .J.' r 69,682
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ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE : ., REVENUE' ; CODE

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,.'i 10-311-100. Taxes 6.964 on 174,578,130 .., ". ', 1,215,762.00, .. 2
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10-320-100 Contractors Registration '" 100.00 1

The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners has tentatively 10-321-100 Occupational Licenses Fees ., '; 12000.00 3

adopted a budget for the 1985-86 Fiscal Year, ,
10-322-110 ; Zoning: Unincorporated: Areas a '. 22,000.00: 3
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A Public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget, and TAXES 10-322-120 Zoning; Incorporated Areas 4

i will be held on Monday, September 30, 1985 at 8:00: p.m. in Room 129, 10-334-610 Mosquito Control State I J 15,000.00 1

the Bradford Courthouse Starke Florida. "
; County 10-334-620 Mosquito Control, State II : :,, ., 5927.00 :, 1

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10-334-630 Child Support Enforcement Fees 150.00 1
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10-334-710 State Grant to Library .502.00 .' I 1
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10.- 35"12q State Revenue Sharing, -; ,; : 225,000.00 ; 6

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10-335-130 Insurance Agent County Licenses' : 300.00 1


10-335-140 Mobile Home Licenses /:* :- /;ll : iI', t. ,9,000DO: r 1.

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Alcoholic Beverage Licenses .r'' 3,000.00 ". 1
,10-335-150. 1 \. I""
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10-337-100 City Grant Public Library' : 11225.00. : 4
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10-341-530 Clerk of'Courts Receipts .. : -" 65000.00 1 {
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Notice of Final Budget HearingThe 10-343-450 ; Dump Tickets '(Permits)) "rf{ '''' ?': :'.i t'' 3 .'7,550.00' .:,, ;., '. 1

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10-343r460 Septic Tickets / ,' .r' .00 \ : 1
Bradford .' (I r I'j; .t" .
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CounfyfCommissioners: hearing for the '('. t"l ,. .
I 10.352-100 County Library Fines .1.000.001.',..... ,1
FINAL' ADOPTION: OF: THE 1935-86 BUDGET will be held on Monday, .. t '. '
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' I September 30, "'1985 at 8:00: p.m. in Commissioners Room # 129 at the 10352900l6r361100 Library. Gifts & Book Replacements. ,.... ". .:. '.. \' .I..: 4.....:. ,.,::.,. ,..00. ;,..,,.:. 1.?: ,.i ,

Bradford County Courthouse. Earned \' .. ,.. r /.,."' .
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General, Fund Interest : 47,782,00, ; i.,, y 1
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I Interested citizens.are jnvj.ted! !, to'attend t the.hearing. j'' {;,:if.;H ,: : I""' ,,$.362-1001 Rent', ', i': >' : :.. ::1 ,OOO.OO'I'r.; '.m' .'b'?:,.. .;. .., .y"..1
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I. ... i ", .' ... ,,>, .. 1 City of Stark '. I ::' f < 31,450.00 ;
I.,, !t" h..L, ) > 10-369-400 Reimbursement 1 : ) 4
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i 'i' '. ,;".1.' ti\ ; !I ir*) H"J"'.A';r$' If'", {:" .r .-', lp, 38.1O'' () Transfer' ::' Building Reserve fundl .,'; ;; c'V,'>:., : ( 'y. f 23113.00." ';,,'i.:' ',::, 1-
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,' :, ;' :.!,!,'.:'.<. I\J"S"!\ "" 1h"! ,, ( V ''".'l '' '\'''< \<" f. 1'( FOR. THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 3D, 1986;\ : ., .' '", '
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,: /" t ; ".'4" 0 ; ..IF. ;; Quarterly' Report Incorporated 1500.00 4IEY'

( 10-39-525-11 Communication Director Salary 20,300.00 1

ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION CODE:'"' '.
'' T-'7' 10-39-525-21 FICA Taxes 0 1,548.00 1
10-21-511-11 County Commissioners Salaries 62250.00 ""I ;,'. 1 f <'I
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,. t '(-t: h' 10-39-525-22 Retirement Cost. 2,558.00 .l''
10-21-511-12 Switchboard and Secretary Salaries' 23.100.00 1 ," I. ." '' ,ill .J .' \. : I...'i'("'
1'1. I. I' '': :'! 10-39-525-23 Life and Health Insurance Cost J" 90000 '. 1
10-21-511-13 Other Personal Services' 10000.00 "
vJl r+. 10.39-515-46' Communication Repairs and Maintenance 4,100.00 .' 1
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10-21-511-21 County FicA Taxes 6500.00 ',1 ':: ,
: : ; iO-39-525-46-1 Repairs and Maintenance Tower .4,500.00 ." 1
10-21-511-22 County Retirement Cost 14500.00 1
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10-21-511-23 Life Hea'1th :1.,' 1. ':
and Insurance Cost : 12000.00 asl' ; '
I /, '. J,0-39-525-64 Communication. New Equipment Over $100.00 11000.00 '1
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10-21-511-24 County Workers Compensation on 25,000.00 1 \ .
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,;. 10-41-537-21 FICA Taxes 1 '543.00 1
10-21-511-34 Service and Maintenance Agreement ''
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0< .. .1, } 10-41-537-22 Retirement Cost 2,641.00 ." ,. 1
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10-21-511-40 Auto Allowance and Travel Cost 5000.00 : 1 Y '
lC10.41-537-23 Life and health Insurance Cost ,>:,,( 4,500.00' .' 1

10-21-511-41 County Communication Services 42000.00 1 ..
'(Ii"! 10-41-537-40 Auto Allowance and Travel Cost 6100.00 1

10-21-511-44 County Copier Rental Ricoh 4668.00
: ,,i' 10-41-537-51 Office Supplies and Materials 2'COO.00 1
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10-21-511-46 Repairs and Maintenance Cost. 15000.00 / "
11"1" 10-41-537-52. Demonstration Supplies and Materials 400.00' 1

10-21-511-47 Printing and Binding Expenses 500.00
I';., 10-41-537-52-1 4-H Operating Supplies and Materials. 1,100.00 1

10-21-511-49 Subscription and Advertising Cost 6500.00 .1 .
;, ; 10-41-537-64 New Equipment Over $100.00 1400.00: 1

10-21-511-51 Office Supplies and Materials 55,000.00 I"
0';' 10-42-553-11 Veteran Service Officer Salary 4,851.00 1

10-21-511-54 Membership Dues and Books 1,500.00 1 s' '
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-42-553-21 FICA Taxes 350.00 1

10-21-511-64 New Equipment Over $100.00 10000.00 1" "
'.I'' -42-553-40 Auto Allowance and Travel Cost 650.00' 1

10-21-513-32 Accounting and Auditing Cost 35000.00 1 I ". 10-43-562-52 Welfare Pauper Burial 900.00 1

10-21-514-31 County Attorney Retainer and Legal Fees 12,000.00 1 '
10-46-562-82 Bradford County Homemaker Project 8,617.00 1

10-21-590-52 Data Processing Supplies and Materials 10,000.00 1 '
:', 11-47-562-11 Mosquito Control Director Salary 4,968.00. 1

10-22-516-10 Clerk Circuit Salaries and OPS 109745.00 :1.; ,
: 11-47-562-12 Mosquito Control Salaries. 37,232.00 1

10-22-516-30 Clerk Circuit Operating Expenses 12,500.00 .1. '
< 11-47-562-21 FICA Taxes 1,000.00 1

10-22-516-60 Clerk Circuit Equipment over $100.00 1500.00 1 } 11-47-562-22- Retirement Cost 2,557.00 /. 1


10-23-513-10 Clerk Finance Salaries and OPS 82950.00 1 11-47-562-23 Life and Health Insurance Cost 1,800.00 1

10-23-513-30 Clerk Finance Operating Expenses 4,000.00 1 11-47-562-24 Workers Compensation Insurance' 600.00 tt 1

10-24-513-10 Appraiser Salaries and OPS 117,467.00 2 11-47-562-43 Utilities Expenses '. 480.00" 1


10-24-513-30 Appraiser Operating Expenses 47,150.00 2 11-47-562-44 Rental and Lease Agreement 32860.00 \ 1
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10-24-513-60 Appraiser Equipment 5 5.oq. 2. 11.47-562.45 Insurance Expenses 2200.00 1

10-24-513-90 Appraiser EPD and Operating Cost 1000.00 2 11-47-562-46 Repairs" and Maintenance Service I 8,700.00 1

10-25-513-90 Tax Collector Commission 98000.00 2 1147-562-52; Gas on Lubricant Cost ; ,', ,... ,. :'. 6,673.00, ,. 1

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10+ 26-,515-54 . North .Florida Regional Planning Dues ,4.188.001. t : ':;; ; ;:: 4,910,00 : j! 1
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10-27-516-10 Clerk County Salaries and OPS 117555.00 1 12-48-562-13 Other Personal Services 750.00 1

10-27-516-30 Clerk County Operating Expenses 2000.00 1 12-48-562-21 FICA Taxes J 1,000.00 1


10-28-519 Supervisor of Election Salary 32,074.00 5 '12-48-562-22 Retirement Cost 1000.00 1


10-28-519-12 Chief. Deputy. Election Salary 14,335.00 5 12485643 Utilities Expenses 120.00 1

10-28-519-13 Other Personal Services 3000.00 5 12-48-562-44 Rental and Lease Agreement 9,120. 1

10-28-519-21 Election FICA Taxes 3800.00 5' 12-48-562-46 Repairs and Maintenance Service 500.00 1

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10-28-519-22 Election Retirement Cost 6800.00 5 -48-562-52 Gas Oil Lubricants Cost 1,000.00 1

10-28-519-23 Life and Health Insurance Cost ,, 1800.00 5 12-48-562-52-1. Chemicals Cost 1,510.00 1
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10-28-519-40 Auto Allowance and Travel Expenses 800.00 5 13-49-562-13 Other Personal Services 750.00..,' 1


10-28-519-51 Office Supplies and Materials. 4000.00 5 13-49-562-21 FICA Taxes 'I' 1,017.00 r 1

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10-28-519-55 First Primary Election .i' 8,000.00 .5 13-49-562-22' Retirement Cost 1,000.00 1


10-28-519-56 Second Primary Election 8,000.00 5 13-49-562-44. Rental and Lease Agreement 2000.00 1

10-28-519-99 Election Reserve for Contingency 2000.00 5 13-49-562-46 Repairs and Maintenance Service 500.00 1


10-29-519-12 County'Custodian Salaries 28750.00 1 13-49-562-52 Gas Oil Lubricants Cost 650.00 1

10-29-519-21 FICA TaxesRetirement 2,300.00 1 13-49-562-54 Membership Dues 10.00 1

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10-29-519-22 Cost 3,600.00 1 10525682 Bradford County Guidance Clinic 68680.00 1

10-29-519-23 Life and Health Insurance Cost 1,800.00 1 10-54-565-82 Bradford Retarded Citizens Cost 6600.00 1

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10-29-519-43 'County Utilities and Fuel Expenses 49000.00 1 10-55-569-82 Bradford County Concern Citizens Cost 8.000.00" I..;, 1


10-29-519-46 County Repairs and Material Building 4000.00 1 .10-56-534-12 Solid Waste Control Salary 15,780.00 1


10-29-519-52, Maintenance Supplies and Materials. 12000.00. .1 10-56-534-13 Other Personal Services 25000.00 1

10-30-519-52 Bradford Chamber of Commerce 5,000.00 1 10-56-534-21 FICA Taxes 1,345.00 1 ,

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.10:31-522-81 Fire ,Control Service Cost 7,012.00 3 10-56-534-22 Retirement, Cost 2,100.00 1


10-32-522-64 New' Equipment'Volunteer Fire, Dept. 5,000.00' .', .+1\ ;" '.3 1'0-56-534-23 Life and Health Insurance cost' 900.00 > .v: l'

10-32-522-82 ,' Bradford, County. Volunteer Fire Dept. 12500.00, '. ;' 3 10-56-534-46 S/W Repairs and Maintenance Cost :4,500.00 1

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10-32-522-83 New'. River Volunteer, Fire Dept.'. ., 2450.00 I :.\.:, 3 .. :;>r: ,. .,' FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND ., I

10-3 -522-52 Lawtey Volunteer Fire Dept. ,, 2500.00 1>0 \ 1 '..1. .I: }: .r., .J: '. ESTIMATED REVENUES .. j
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of Starke Fire 4700.00'' 4 : ', '":,:.r';" .HJ ':I'./ SEPTEMBER 30, 1986 I h,
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10-35-522-52 Brooker, Volunteer Fire Dept. 1200.00 3 ACCOUNT'RUMBER
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10-37-524-12 Zoning Assistants Salaries 30,4 7.00 ;!;, 1 '30-334-290 State: Inquest physician Fees 2,500.00' .1
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10-37-524-21 FICA Taxes "i 0"335-1B2 Emergency
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f pines and Bonds: Incorporat.d'.:: 25000.00 4 C } rnI,1!; } 9S3 I /';\ ,! d : rt', ,'''i; > ,

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30369900 Miiscellaneous Revenue .00 ,1 +kJO :),,:': '. '., '. '1.. ( .', .. ,',.:, t"ljll"J ,' "(,.n..,: .' I. ; '.' ,tMii11! <
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30-370-100 Special Law Enforcement Trust .00 1 (' I/ 2y' .' '' +1'1", '' .
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20-11.541.21, Ii'' rFICA C: Taxes 1.\\ : ,QJ1 !: iy" d .11,435.00 "' "l I "It"!;"f. 40-21-511-45 County Insurance and Bonds Cost 42.000.00", ..' "" ,. .i..t'1., "' 1', .." I I ,

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2011-541-22 I."', I Retfremen, Cost ,SS',' 29500.00 .1 1,:' 40-21-511-46 County Building Repairs and Materials 2,000.00; ',) :."i,1'l { '"


20-I1.541-23 Life and Health .. 18,500.00 100.00 : :J. '
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20-,11-541-24 ;"'f',.' .; I"Workers. Compensation Insurance .1 I .. 15033.00. 1 { 40-21-560-49' Medicine and Doctor Vendor Fees 6000.00 )" ,T'- 1' : '


20-11-541-34, .Surveyor I, ,' Fees and ,Expenses, .26000.00. 1a? 40-21-590-52 I Computer Cost Allocation I I. '15000.00 l ..1\ ', '1 ;

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20-l I -541-44 ', ,',. 'Rental, and Lease Agreement Equfpment'" .. 20, ';,000.00. 1 ', 40-21-590-99 Ii Reserve for Contingency' "I U"! ; ;',,!',; ,- :.: 10700.00 *tf'I' I

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20-,11-541-51 I' : Offfce Supplies and Materials .' OO.OO :. \ I ,,

20-11-541-51-1 ,! : Miscellaneous Supplies & Materials ,3 00.90 ? f"" ';,':' FOR .THE. FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 986 ."It! .', '',:.'. ....;\ .' : I),


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20-,11-541-53', 'aterfals" for Upkeep Road & Bridges 20000.00. ., ', : : :
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20-13-541-21 1'FICA Taxes 'I,' ';', 'I' : ,,' ; I :, 850.0020135412z ", .1' : .: ( :; 'JC (

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20-15-541-59 County Surplus Property ? '. 4000.00 1 i ';I ,

50: 8-516-40 County Judge Auto Allowance & Travel r "' 1,250.00 1
20-16-541-99"\Reserve For Contingency '. :.. : .38000.00. 1 \. f. .,

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-08-516-54 Law Library Books and Materials I. 5 500.00 ( I .1
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30-.12-516-49 ',. : County Witness, Fees Cost ,, ", ,12,000.00 r ':'N \ (: ,' '.FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDtNG"SEPhM" .R'3.i ;: h.1986.. Fit '" 1 J :...ft\\ "'.


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I !l5-20-526-13 'O.er/ Personal Services : 11'- 8.410:00: before ''due
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55-20-526-22 Retirement ,. '" I
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55-20-526-23 Life and Health Insurance .:, ," ,' ; ', ?: 4500.00 1.
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55-20-526-24 Workers Compensation Cost 1 .
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55-20-526-34 Maintenance Contract Equipment 1000.00 1 \ ,, .,,' ,j I" .., .. ..'
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j 55-20-526-45 :r Auto Insurance Allocation ,11'2.500.00 .' r % ': '" '"

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I, 55-20-526-52'. ,. : a's.' 011. Lubricants. :Cost /I: ,(,, 'rl'.. .,::\\r' :' .. 4.67"5.00 1'r 71-361-100"' Solid Waste Interest Earned'.: .. 500.00"'y" 'I': 7'I), -1

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Supplies and Materials 6305.00 ;
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55-241-1O0;; i :', {;:, <;TOTAL BUDGET, //\PPROPRIATION 1985-86 .199.403.00 t ..., '7 J,": .' ''"'," ,i '. '...r"-IV' .

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Revenue 223,250,00, 11 -
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,4 71-99-582-71 Retirement of Bonds Solid Waste 14000.00 1

60-399-100 Less 5% Discount ((11.163,00)) iT-I .

4 l 71-99-582-72 Interest on Bonds Solid Waste ,: .9 1

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1\\ Lawtey School News uo. School 'Lunch Menus II IISppt.

I water colors,
sculpture pencil,
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I fish ching band is hard at work this year,
pond pond, sweet tooth booth, crafts, and woodwork We invite the
I Halloween Carnival... concession stand, dragon crawl, with a total group of 65 members. public to attend anytime during the 30.Oct.4Bradt'ord Thurn! Chicken & rico cheese slix, green
The Lawtey Elementary School animal walk, bowling alley,hayride, Upcoming events this year for the week of Oct. 711. beans, fruit cup, biscuits honey milk.
dart throw, cake walk, soda band include: the half-time show of Klein. & Middle School KrhUv: P\/u\ bullered corn, garden salad, applesauce
discuss the
FTO met to upcomingOct. shop
and haunted house. a home football game (BHS), Study on Plants... Mmulav: Tuna naiad on lettuce Hnlllnei,corn on cake milk
26 Halloween Carnival.The the cob peach crisp, biscuits& honey milk.
following items were voted Everyone is invited to our annual Christmas Parade, Halloween Car Mrs. Redding's fourth grade class Tiu'Hilu: Burbecuo on bun, french fries, applesauce
on: Halloween Carnival on Saturday, nival, Shriners Parade, and PTO has just finished a unit of study on cookie, milk.
I The raffle will consist of a La-Z- Oct. 26. Dinner and costume parade performances. Money is being raised plants. Raymond Durban, Mark Wfilni-Hilnv: Chicken nuKgcts mashed pommel
Boy rocker, VCR and two cabbag3 start at 5 p.m., and booths will openat for uniforms by the Band Booster King and Audrey Massey have an A 4 hot gravy roll, milk.l Inillvred green peas, chocolate cake,
I patch dolls. Tickets will be $1 and 5:30: p.m.Super Club (any donations will be appreciated average for this unit. hurmluv: Hamburger on bun, lettuce tomato,
I be picked from the school office Laura Goodner made 100 on the pickle mixed vt'Kclables blueberry pie milk. ALA-CAKTE
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up Students. .. first four weeks vocabulary Kriilttv: Spnght'tti with meat sauce, cheese sttx, Pizza, french fries,
or Ken Shuford. Art Show Oct. 7. tests. salad apple crisp, hot rolls, milk. Monday: cheeseburgers
The fish dinner will consist of Lawtey Elementary has a new Making 100 on the first four spelling orange juice, milkshakes
called the SUPER The annual Art Show is plannedfor Tu..daylIamburllera. plies, french fries,
group Andrea
tests are: Crawford
1 smoked fried fish, baked beans, Laura '
or school milkshakes
TUDENTS. Students who Oct. 7-11 in the library. All orange juice.
I cole slaw and hushpuppies, for $3.50 complete contestants should have their itemsin Goodner, Joni Griffis, P.J. Harris, WrdnrmluyChicken. nuggets french fries pizza
their work weekly will have their Peter Juchniewicz, Heidi milkshakes.Thur..yCh..eburllora..
I each. Sapp, and Bradford High School orange juice
on Thursday, Oct. 4. ,
names placed on the Super Student Chris Wise. pizza french fries
: Booths are already chosen for Board in the school office. Judging will take place Oct. 14. We are working hard Momlav, : Barbecue on bun, french fries, mixed milkshakes orange juice
each class. New booth are on french (fries
sponsors Each grade will have a first place vcgelallies, strawberry shortcake, milk. FrlilavCorndogs hamburgers
4-H Club, Band, and the Alumni. LE Band at work... and two Honorable mentions multiplication tables. We hope to Tuesday: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes milkshakes orange juice..
the
in them .Each students have choice of hot lunchor
know by the day a a
I' Thanksgiving mils,
will start off fruit nut milkUrdiicMluv
jcllo
The costume parade The Lawtey Elementarv green peas
mar- a-la-carte.
salad bar
following_ categories: crayons, or they may purchase
Holidays.
the events at 5 p.m. Winners will be : I'lg in, the blanket baked beam
cole slaw peaches milk
I chosen in each grade and pre-school .
I age .in.. the scariest. .. riitest.____no and_,__ ,most n,__
original categories.
Booths will be judged on the"Most
Classroom Participation the "Best
All Around", and "Scariest". The !!::1
classroom winners will receive an

I ice Booths cream this party.year are: Bingo, duck /)

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I \ By I'honeI6S1915 Dolorl'sIl'ng! I Sale Prices Good Thru __ I II II


I Correction I Saturday, September 28th. I
i Griffin Industries recently
donated $250 to the City Park Fund.
The company name was incorrectly \ I
spelled in list week's column. I "IECKERD"COUPON., ;:


next Hampton JamboreeThe Jamboree will SHAMPOO or CONDIT1GNH I ,

be held at the City Park on Sat., Oct. 1 "
I 5. Several good country western I" 59 1 ; ECKERD.COUPON, \ ,1
bands will be providing entertainment -
and food will be available during 1 DWELL BATTERIESEXmSTKENCTH 1
I .ECKERD'COUPONJ. '
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HospitalizedMr. I' II l MASCAU.I 7 f

Colsie Rigdon was admitted to II I r II) i I MSM'S CHOCOLATE CANDIES
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Bradford Hospital, Inc., Monday, 11 11 2.n "M" a, "..." 11
Sept. 23. Mrs. Rigdon was a patient 249 GO 11
there for five days last week. We II i 11 1 OFF II II 6 8

wish better health for both of them. 11 ImOI amt AUNN. I I I 1

Sympathy Condolence is extended to the fami- I 1 ".0.. MCIOI. M 11 11I I'' 'Iii'lia ot
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ly and friends of Mrs. Ethel Mae 1

Chancey of Hampton Lake who diedon I !1ATONE j 11j.
Sept. }a. I .. 11
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VisitorsMr. ,. .,.,. : r :: : 11 I a l
and Mrs. John Meng. and .._ II t' i
.a.na wino'''' \. II 11 1
Point, N.C.,
of
Stephanie Cherry
spent from Friday until Tuesday f I" II .1 ill -. 11 I I
with their families and friends in the I .' .-' I la SH _Coupon Good Thai 9/28/85 sl 1 11 I 11 [flflJ 1 1 e _
area. : rM

Karen Gilbert of Gainesville, I i I'I RevloN It 1I 1-
Angela Meng of Hawthorne, Tina
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and Carrie Meng of Starke spent the I ISlfrl 1 mm mm mm mm Coupon Good Thin 9128/85)/ 1 =
weekend with their grandparentsand r arsl Coupon Good Thru 9/28/85/ sr I 1 -- 1 paxaeF I%
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other family members. .. sl =
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Birthdays sae er Coupon Coed Tin A/YB/85 r err
Sept. 16--Randall Rhoden and John _
Underwood Sept. 19-Joey Hall; 1
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Sept. 20--Robbie Rowley; Sept. II : ;
2l--Kelly Cribbs and Alan Rogers; CAl'S&AIS t'O IEM FlEE N.
22-Shawna Buckallew I. REkLON NAil ENAMEl HOLD mUIIG r
Sept. ; Sept. J
23--Stacy Paladino; Sept. 25-Clance I FARR EMERY BOARDS MOUSSE 1.OI. Cheez Cheer / :
Adkins, Rosa Moreira and Joey 1rlR Tvrr-1T1 S.PK, 55' Z mES Ball$ j Curl$ i iII
Cribbs; Sept. 27-Angelina Crews LORfAl
and Jimmy Parker; Sept. 29--Mark Hol.O
Hodges. CONTAC! :
Hampton Elementary School II. 1-

New Students wj-
: Students recently enrolling at HES LFLf.III nIIe.INT e !
I include James Dube and Troyis
Dube, second grader, and Della N
Dube in the fifth grade, formerly II CONTAC CAPSULES 99 3.49 PUNTERS CHEESE MILS02.., {;
from Melrose; Roberta Searcy in 2 29 MCMCE OF 10 Limit 2. CUIROl I unlESS 77CHEE11ElC RLS (.S-OZ.,
Jennifer Searcy a se-
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The The Lad Union Region County Monitor Tim. Thursday,It September Section 26, t9115 o Bluegrass in Lake Butler Robbery Suspect Nabbed ,


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Linda Wharton, LRM Editor
The Lake Area Horseman's Association will host its fall horse show this ,
Saturday south of Melrose on SR-21 at Fallen Oaks Farms.
The association is growing in popularity in this area, attracting riders i,
from Bradford and Clay Counties, 'and drawing horse-lovers from the I ,yam w
rapidly expanding Ocala-Hawthorne area as well. kT
According to Pam Neff, president of the association,there will be some
35 classes snowing. "Something for everyone," she said. ::4 .
"We try to offer diversity in our classes," Pam said, explaining that y
classes will range from Western to English and will include jumping,
games and walking classes. There will also be lead-line classes for
children seven years and under.
Trophies and ribbons will be awarded to the winners in addition to a
high point performance trophy to the overall winner. S
The use of the show ring, just off SR-21 north of Highway 301, is being
donated by Fallen Oaks Farm owner John Wells of Well's Realty in
Hawthorne. The open field adjacent to the show ring will be used as the _
hunter jumper course. Members are busily preparing jump standardsfor

the show. ....
The track must be brushed and evened out for the riders and their ., .
steeds,who will be judged on deportment in a series of competitive events '.-.<< 4''"...'.. .. Ir1
where the slightest stumble or wrong move can mean losing points. The :
facility is a beautiful one,well suited to the recent expansion in member krE j '
ship by the association. fi
Classes will be judged by Herb Matilski of Gainesville. 'i _tlt"'t / ....... .. 'J 'Q
Association members say the success of their organization and the \ Jif .,;,10.- ,
events they produce are directly attributable to the many commercial q ::,
sponsors in the Lake Region area. r1 6 ,
"Without our sponsors, the show wouldn't be as successful as it has
been," Pam said. Sponsors, many of which come from the Keystone ..
Heights area, are listed on the programs.The ,.
club was first organized in 1983 by Pam Neff and Colby Ziegler. -
Pam said the club went through period of disinterest among its
members and a lack of strong, active leadership, but due to the deter-
mination of Pam and a few other members, the club has recovered and
boasts some 36 members now.
"We ironed out the kinks and it seems to be very successful now," Pam f r
said.
They also have big hopes for the future,as the younger members of the
club have a strong interest in the sport.In .
addition to the regular association, there is an off-shoot of the club Preparation...
designed for younger equestrians from seven to 16 years of age. This has
about 10 members and is headed by Tina Steele of Melrose. Pam Neff grooms her mare for the
Besides just getting horse'! lovers together for riding and companionship upcoming show at her Rainbow End
the club offers other educational benefits such as clinics on horse Ranch spending the long hours it
care, nutrition, equine health and various other topics. takes to present a winner at this .1
weekend's show near Melrose.In .
the two pictures at lower left,
Neff gets her pride and Joy, "Vegas
Cash"; a even-yearofd stallion
; ready for another upcoming show.
. "Vegas Cash"ranks in the top five
in the nation in Dressage, Jumper
Classes and Cross Country events
held during the past season. lie Is
half-thoroughbred and half-
Appaloossa.Neff .
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IJ. / $' _b .. r for the National Championship, r S ti
J.. /, $ % which will be held in Oklahoma this
year.
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Pam Neff, President of the Lake Area Horseman's Mrs. Neff invites the public to attend Saturday's
Association, shows off her Lepard Appaloosa stallion horse show to be held south of Melrose on SR-21.
during a recent horse show. Classes will begin at 9 a.m.


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I Sidewalk Dance Theatre, a professional dance company
from Tennessee, will bring a change of pace to the 1985 Fall
Festival of the Performing Arts when it presents an exciting even- theatre
ing of modern dance at the Starke Woman's Club on Thursday,Oct.
3 at 8 p.m.

e Sponsored by Santa Fe Community College,the third event of the
highly popular Festival will feature a dance company described by
the Baltimore Sun as one with "experimental approaches,
freshness of movements and delight humor."

The group's name derives from its early start in 1976,performing ,
original dances on the streets and sidewalks of Knoxville. Under
the artistic direction of Annie Genung, the Sidewalk has become a
modern dance company with a large and diverse repertory, using
music from Sousa to Schumann.The .

Sidewalk dancers are noted for their vitality, wit, and
humor.A highlight of their performance here will be an upbeat ver-
sion of"Little Red Riding Hood" created especially for this group.
Each character tells his version of the story to music ranging from
Brahms to Buddy Rich.

The Sidewalk Dance Theatre,in addition to touring the South,has
performed for the last three years at the Spoleto Festival in "'
Charleston and was in residency for the 1982 World's Fair. .' "

T ,;; I The performance is free and open to the public. : ''J'/,

Great Art...

Marcy Whitton of Hawthorne will demonstrate her beautiful stained Big air show takes off this weekend in Lake City
glass making technique at the 13th annual Melrose Arts and Crafts ;
Festival Sat. Oct 5 at 11:30 a.m. -
The North Florida Air Show will House Child Care of Lake City as a Tickets... Proceeds from tickets go to the

be held this weekend, Sept. 28-29, at thank you for their coordination of Bring your family, friends! and Citizens Columbia and Assocaition the Lake Butler of Retarded
all hospitality for guest pilots. Other Rotary
Melrose Art Festival set -Lake City Municipal Airport. non-profit groups benefit through neighbors and Join in for air show Club.
This year's show will be entertainment at its best. Gates
advanced ticket sales and midway
By Mark Friedlln pected to travel to this small community something for everyone. In additionto concessions open to the public at 8 a.m. on Saturday Logo Day...
BCT Staff Writer whose residents are the many aircraft displays and Sept.28, and at 10 a.m. on Sun
A real local tradition in fine art gracious hosts for the annual. performances, there will be a "mid- Pre-Air Show events include day, Sept.29. Tickets are on sale for Tomorrow, Friday Sept. 27, has
resumes Saturday, Oct. 5 when the The show started out with humble way" which includes booths and Chuck Carothers, "The Flying Den- $3 and can be purchased at locationsall been designated as 'Logo" Day.
13th Annual Melrose Arts and Crafts beginnings 13 years ago when it was displays by businesses and organiza- tist" of Lincoln, Nebraska with his over North Florida. Anyone with an Air Show T-shirt
Festival opens its doors for another held in a small lot next to the Put tions from all over North Florida airplane on display today, Sept. 26, Tickets can be purchased in Union (available through Altrusa Club) an
edition of this popular event. nam County Branch Library, a location and South Georgia. at Empire of America Federal Sav- County by contacting Clint Wilson of Air Show Cap (available at CARC should)
Once again the Melrose Community it has long outgrown in the past This major event coordinated by ings Bank in Lake City. A Mini-Air the Lake Butler Rotary Club by call- Air Show button or name tag
School will host the event at a several years. the Columbia Association for Show will be held tomorrow, Sept. ing 496-3805 or coming by the Union wear them on Friday to help make
location at the intersection of SR-21 Retarded Citizens as their primary 27, at noon over the downtown area County Times office on 150 W. MainSt. everyone aware that Saturday and
and SR-16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., as See Page 12 annual fundraiser. A percentage! of and will include a U.S. Coast Guard in Lake Butler or calling 4962281before Sunday, Sept. 28-29 Is Air Show
a large crowd of art lovers is ex the proceeds are shared with Happy rescue attempt over Lake Desota. !:. 5 p.m. Weekend. Show your support I




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when he took off in his vehicle theypursuf'd tion of the robber. At 1:59' to return later. By this time Nicholswas CR-100, he was detained until where they divided the money.
apprehended it The were taken to the
Lake City man was p.m. him under police address
Nichols arrived to place
in the back of the
store and wat-
down Edwards Road looked like the robber
in Starke after, he (fled a local Perry had made it to where the pistol was found,
where his vehicle was finally Starke ched. The subject again left but at 5 arrest.
jewelry store Monday afternoon stop Citgo Food Mart on West said Nichols. The money has not
following an interesting trail of rob- ped.The Madison was robbed by a black male p.m. the jewelry store'Called to say Another Fork in the Trail... been recovered.Two .
the man was back. Nichols enteredthe
saga began Monday morning who pointed a gun at the clerk and juveniles were arrested
with
bery events. Clifford Perry, 21, at 10 a.m. when an attendant at the demanded money.A store from the rear, with a back Meanwhile back to the local man for the
Arrested was Warren, one driving 'get
across the street and Denton and local Food Mart rob-
with grand theft in Lake City Trailways Bus Station up and the Citgo and another for
who was charged away' car supplyingthe
with was choked by a black male who Cochran in the shopping center lot. bery. At 3 a.m. Sept. 24 Collis War-
Bradford County assault, charged in Union County aggravated then robbed the attendant of the local black male answering the Perry again put on several ren, 18, was picked up by Starke gun. is in the
Warren county jail under
business' cash box. description was seen in the area of jewelry items but this time ran from Police.
and faces charges of grand theft and At noon a black male answeringthe the robbery and a surveillance was the store with Nichols in hot pursuit. Warren was arrested for that rob- $10,000 bond with additional chargesof
aggravated assault, which are pen- description of the subject wantedin begun, according to Sgt. Greg When Perry jumped into his car and bery after he confessed he and a grand theft against him. It seemsMcDonald's
ding in Columbia County, accordingto Lake City, attempted to rob Par- Nichols. Nichols checked sped down Edwards Road, Denton black male juvenile parked near came up $2,000 short
Investigator Don Denton. rish's Food Store in Lake Butler. McDonalds' where the subject had and Cochran took off after him. Citgo and he went into the store and Sept. 15 and evidence points to Warren
Perry was apprehended by Denton The subject struck the clerk in the been employed and while in the Following a high-speed chase Perrywas demanded the money. The pair then having taken the money,said In-
and Union County Investigator forehead with a Chocolate YooHoo area, another black male answering stopped before he reached drove to his Thompson St. address vestigator Ricky Bennett.
Larry Cochran when he fled drink but ran when startled by the the robber's description was seen in
Williams Jewelry Store in Bradford store owner who came from the back Bradford Square Shopping Center
Square with approximately $4,000 room. going into Williams Jewelry Store ''III
worth of jewelry in his possession.City The suspect asked to try several
and county authorities chased Surrounding counties were rings and necklaces and showed his
Perry through the parking lot and notified of the crimes with a descrip- money but then he left the store,only

. Keystone Woman Dies in Head-on Crash;
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woman died from injuries receivedin was westbound on CR-100 east of off the truck causing it to overturn.
a head-on collision Sept. 19 on Florahome at 10:30: a.m. when her
SR-100. vehicle crossed the centerline into The driver of the truck and two
the path of a westbound dump truck, passengers, inmates from the road
Cynthia K. Geer was flown from driven by William Thomas French, prison, received minor injuries. All
the accident scene by ShandsCair to 48, of East Palatka. vehicles involved in the accident
Shands Hospital where she later The Pinto drove under the 1985 were totalled. There were no
died, according to Trooper Marvin dump truck which was pulling a charges filed, according to
N. Smith. flatbed trailer 84 10 109


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the arrest of two men for possessionof 011. powder or 32 Classic Coke, Classic
cocaine early Sunday morning, Don't Be Left Out. It Could Limit 5. ounce liquid. diet Coke,
Sept. 22, by the Union County ,jY ,, Limit 2. Cherry Coke or'k
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Starke were stopped for speedingjust
north of Worthington Springs on
SR-121 by part-time Deputy Dan cii4PUREXBLEACH
Cosson, according to Union County .y
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
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bag in the floorboard of the
passenger's side of the car, in plain $
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view, that contained a white,
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August 30 where he had been sent on nnnnn 3 in Stock Tussy deodorants and more.
Bradford County charge of
a
350 V-8, Automatic
delivery of cocaine. Leverson was
sentenced to four months in prison, t Air, H.D. Chassis,
seven years' probation and a $2,500 I Plus Much More
fine. He was given credit for county
jail time served and day for day 299

good time Dec.while 4 in at the RMC.drug He was bust arrested in- Hunter's Special New 85 Chevy 4x4 A

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Burial followed in the North Plea- Funeral services were'held Mon
Onzonslow,
Card of Thanks Mrs. Cleone DowlingMrs. Born July Mrs.9, Johnson 1902 in was a Miss Cynthia Geer sant Grove cemetery under the day, Sept. 16, at Trinity united
The gamily of the late Parlhine Cleone Moore Dowling, 87, N.C.homemaker, and a member of the Miss Cynthia Kay Geer, 18, of direction of Evans Funeral Home of Methodist: Church in GainoKVille
McMillian Leggett( wish to thank the one of Starke's oldest lifelong faith ._ Keystone Heights, died Thursday, 220 N. Main Street in High Springs. with burial' following at Forest
many friends for the acts of kindness residents, died Monday, Sept. 23, at Baptist Su.vivors\ include daughter, Sept. 19 in Gainesville, from injuries Meadows Memorial Park.
shown at (the death of their loved Whispering Pines Care Center aftera one sustained in an auto accident. Charles Noble Beall Rev. Russ Hite conducted the services
II. Croom of
one. May God bless each of you. long illness. Sylvia Keystone and 17 Born Sept. 10, 1967, in Hungginton, with fi iends and collogues! also:
The Family The widow of the late Ernie Dow-) Heights, eight H .l grandchildren M. West Virginia, Miss Geer was a student Charles Noble Beall, 54, husbandof paying tributes to Mr. Beall in the
tlrtrt rtrnr > '"n former Union resident
ing,Sr.,she was born at the old Fort held of Florida School of the Arts in County form of poetry and song.
Harllee settlement near Hampton uneral services were Palulka and of the Catholic faith. Mary Whitehead, died Friday, Sept.
Card of Thanks and was the daughter of Mr. antiMrs September 22 at Lafayette Memorial Survivors include her parents,Mr. 13, after collasping at a high school James Reames
Thanks so much for the many Will Moore, pioneer settlers of Park in Fayetteville, N.C., with anti] Mrs. David Geer of Keystone football game at Citizen's Field in Mr. James David Reames, 20, of
ways you expressed your kindness to that area. She was a member of the Jones Funeral Home In Keystone Heights and Ms. Sandra Kay Geer of Gainesville.His Jacksonville,died Tuesday,Sept.. 24,
us during the passing of our beloved Starke First Baptist Church, and a Heights in charge of local ar Miami; paternal grandparents, Mr. wife, Mary, is the daughter of after a sudden illness.
husband and daddy. former longtime member of the rangements. and Mrs. Thurman Gccr of Ohio; Al and Dorothy Whitehead of Lake Born June 8, 1965 in Starke, Mr.
The cards, flowers, foods and Starke Woman's Club. maternal grandparents, Mr. and Butler. Reames was employed at Florida
especially your prayers were greatly Mrs. Dowling is survived by one l\lrs.llarriet AugustineMrs. Mrs. Joseph Manulette of Mr. Beall was an English pro Glass, was of the Baptist faith and a
fessor at Santa Fe College -
appreciated. A special thanks to son, E.J Dowling,Jr.,of Starke and Islamorada; two sisters, Kristen Community member of the BBC Dance Club of
Marie 57, and assistant coach for the
Harriet Augustine an
Dr. Gianas and the Kay Geer
staff of Bradford twin daughters, Mrs. Marian Longof and Angela Kay Geer both Jacksonville.
Hospital. of Melrose, died September 21 in ol \ Gainesville High School varsity football his mother,
Starke and Mrs. Helen Lee of Keystone! ; and one step-sister, Survivors include
God Bless You All Wilton, Conn.; 15 grandchildren and Gainesville after a long illness. Jennifer Lynn Pullen of Atlanta,Ga. team. Buna Hope Wilkerson Carroll of
served with the U.S.
in Elmira, Mr. Beall had
Mary Akridge and Family 15 greatgrandchildren.Graveside Born January 22 1923 Funeral services were held Orange; his father, Calvin Reamesof
Marine in the Korean War. He
services were announced New York, Mrs. Augustine was a September 23: in the Chapel of Jones Corps Atlanta Ga.; his maternal grand-
for 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept.. 26, at telephone operator and a member V of 1"Ul1l'ralHome of Keystone Heights, lived moving in Gainesville from Atlanta.for 20 He years was after bornin mother, Mrs. Edith Wilkerson of
Card of ThanksWe Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. the Methodist Church. with Father Tom Gordon officiating. Lawtey; five uncles and six aunts.
three Ozark, Ala.
Ben Bryant officiating. Jones Survivors include Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Funeral services will\ be held Friday -
would like to our Dowd of Other survivors include: his
Paula Jean
,
thanks and express Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements daughters Heights was in charge of ar- Sept. 27 in the DeWitt C. Jones
for the mother, Jewell Beall of
appreciation California Ramona A. Plate of New rangemenls. Chancy Starke, with Rev. Jimmy
many kindnesses, cards and letters York and Mary Ann Lowe of : Atlanta; a daughter,Sandra Beall of Chapel Parrish in officiating. Burial will
and for sharing our sorrows during Melrose; two sisters, Orma Jean Thomas Eldon Weeks Gainesville; two sons, David and follow at Long Branch Cemetery.
the loss of our loved one, Frank Mrs. Eliza JohnsonMrs. Queen of New York and Elisabeth Steven Beall, both of Gainesville; a Funeral Home is in charge of
Dekeyzer. .Eliza Rebecca Johnson,83,of Summers of Pennsylvania; and Mr. Thomas Eldon Weeks, 71, of sister, Helen Gatlin of Atlanta; anda Jones
The Family of Keystone Heights, died Sept.. 18 at eight grandchildren. Ht. 1, Box 157, Alachua died Saturday brother Judson Beall of Atlanta. arrangements.
Frank Dekeyzer her home after a long illness. Sept. 21, in the North Florida -1
Regional Medical Center In
Gainesville following an extended il- .d- / ..dft'c2S 1)
JWJepseyiftThe lness. ,f ""'wr
I Weeks was a lifelong resident of ( ? .
Alachua. This retired farmer was
also a member of the North Pleasant PERMS
pilgrims originally Intended to settle In what Is now New Jersey
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Grove Baptist Church.Mr. /
Weeks is survived by his wife, f'. 1'1
Edna Mae Weeks of Alachua, and 25
his sister Harriet Thomas of JV Reg. 3500
Jacksonville.
Funeral services were held Tuesday
WORKOUTThis Sept 24, at the North Pleasant "We Like To Keep You Looking Good"
Grove Baptist Church with Rev.
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Internment followed in Lone Oak County Hospital in Monroeville, Patricia Ann: 'Newman' daughter, Twilla Merritt of was Jean Baptist
Mrs. Itctha Cain Cemetery, Leesburg, at 3:30 p.m. Ala., after an extended illness. FoermanMrs. VaMosta, Ga.: one stepdaughter, *) de Lamarck around
Mrs. Retha Mae Cain, 71, of Dance is survived by his wife of 48 She was born in Lake City, the Mrs. Connie Shaffer of Plant City; the turn of the 19th cen
Keystone Heights, died Monday years, Ruby Blackburn Dance; one daughter of the late Leon Shaw and Patricia Ann Newman Foer one son, Kevin Roberts of
Sept. 23 at North Fla. Regional son, Clifford, Jr., of Winona, Miss.; Alice Piper Shaw. She lived in man, 41, of Rt. 2 Box 715,' Lake Groveland; two step-sons,Rex Focr- tury.ATTENTION
Hospital of Gainesville after a thort two daughters, Margaret Redmon of Omaha, Nebraska, for the past eight Butler died Wednesday, Sept. 18, at man and Stanley Foerman, both of
illness. Lake Wales and Joy Marie Dance of years. She was vice president of the the Alachua General Hospital in Plant City; her mother, Mrs. Minnie
Born September 26, 1913 in Atlanta; one brother, Gilbert H. North West Bank of Omaha. Gainesville after an extended illness Newman of Groveland; two HOMEMAKERS
Baldwin, Fla., Mrs. Cain was a Dance of Avon Park; and five grand- She is survived by: one daughter, brothers, Gail Newman and Ricky
homemaker. children, Clifford III (Trae) Kathryne Ware of Omaha, Neb.; one Newman, both of Groveland; one If you like people and money.you'li ,
Survivors include her husband, Carolina and Paul Dance, Scott andRex son, Garrett Ware of Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. Foerman was born in sister Mrs. Marette Norfleet ofAripeica like this job. Demon-
Leslie Edward Cain of Keystone Redmon.In her mother, Alice Piper Shaw of Grovelan and had lived. in Union ; one grandson.
Heights, and one brother, James lieu of flowers, the family requested Lake Butler: three brothers;Joe and County for the past 13 years.She was Funeral services were held Saturday strate toys and gifts now
Clayton Thomas of Jacksonville. that those who wish may John Shaw, both of Lake Butler, and the manager of Textile World in Sept. 21, at 11 a.m. at the Trini- through November. Free
Graveside services were con- contribute to the Lake Aurora Chris- Billy Shaw of Lake City; three Gainesville until six months ago ty Baptist Church in'Lake Butler
ducted September 25 at Mount Sinai tian Assembly, 237 Golden BoughRd. sisters Mary Gray of Jacksonville when illness forced her retirement.She with Rev. Michael Norman officiating samples and training. Car and
Cemetery in Graham with Rev. ., Lake Wales, Fl., 33853. (State Lucille Waters of Lake City and was a member of the Trinity Burial followed at Elsey phone required. Call todaydon't
Joseph Benton officiating. Jones Youth Camp for the Christian Chur- Hazel Tyre of Frisco City Ala. Baptist Church in Lake Butler. Chapel Cemetery near Worthington .
Funeral Home of Starke was in ches of Florida.) Funeral services were held Tues Springs. Archer Funeral Home of delay.
charge of local arrangements. daY Sept. 24, at 3 p.m. in the Chapelof She is survived by: her husband, Lake Butler is in charge of the arrangements 473.4939
Sandra Shaw Ware Archer Funeral Home of Lake Martin Foerman of Lake Butler; one .
Butler, with Dr. Winston Butler'of- -
Mabel L. Cole Mrs. Sandra Shaw Ware, 42, of ficiating. Burial followed in Dekle -
Mrs. Mabel L. Cole, 79, Decker- Omaha Nebraska, died Saturday Cemetery under the direction of-Ar- /l/j2 Z S22Z S22ZLiL/27
yule, Michigan.passed away Saturday afternoon, Sept. 21, in the Monroe cher Funeral Home. f f' \

September 14 in St. Marv's- rJSr-S a-77.. .
Hospital in Saginaw, Michigan. 1 n R. gSfrJ.755
Mrs. Cole was born September 30 S MOTnRS
1905 in Deckerville.She was married i ito .
the late Archie Davis until his 71LTemple i

death Wallace in 1937.Cole She who was died later in marriedto 1956. HOOVER Immediate Financing to ,,All Qualified BuyersWe

She is survived by two sons, Mr.
would like thank Starke/Bradford
Lorne Davis, Deckerville and at D&S to County for your support.

Charles Cole of Bismark, North Payments As Low As 25.00 per week
Dakota; four daughters, Mrs. Mary VALUE
Burgess, Deckerville, Mrs. Phyllis
Shaw and Mrs. Jo Ann Roy both of 1976 Datsun. B-210
Corolla$2,195'Cash
Melrose and Mrs. Judy Darlington, 1980 Grand Prix 1980 Toyota
Plymouth, Michigan.Mrs. 5 Speed, A/C
Cole had 15 grandchildrenand PURE White with Red Interior
4 great grandchildren. Three Loaded $1 695
brothers Lorne, Russell and Ray
1980 VW RabbitAuto
Rich one sister,Mrs.Belva Lockard 3595 1976 Chevy Malibu
all oil Deckerville. AND & A/C Financing Available
She was a member of O.E.S.
Marion Chapter 400 North Decker -- $1495
vine Extension Club and Harmony
Fellowship of First United SIMPLE 1978 Mustang 1977 Cutlass '77 Olds Regency 98

Presbyterian Church. She spent her Red on red, AM Stereo, Red with White Interior Loaded! Stereo,
winters in Heights.
Keystone
\ Auto., WC Nice Family Car
Services were held at 11 a.m. 1795
Tuesday in the First United e All Steel Handle $1995 $1995
Presbyterian Church, Deckerville Cash
with the Rev. Vernon Patchen and e 16' Cord WWrapConvenient Available -
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Rev. Floyd Turner officiating. S Built-in ? __
Burial was in the Downing Carrying Handle 1977 Subaru 1970 Chevy Monte t Carlof I
Cemetery.Memorials. "' 2 Door 5
73 Speed
e 9 Qt. AC, Auto
can be made to the Disposable Bag 995'f
Nice Car
Hospitality House of Saginaw Inc. No Shock Hood See To Economy Excellent Condition

...Non-Conductive: Surface $ $1795 1695

Glen E. GreenMr. POWERFUL .

Glen Edwin Green, 36, of 4.8 AMP MOTOR
Hawthorne, died Sunday,Sept.22, at 1978 T-Bird
his residence after a short illness. Steel AgitatorTWO 1 Owner (local) 7 '78 Chevy; Monte Carlo' '80. Malibu Classic
Born October 23, 1948 in Macclen- dirt driving brushes lift dirt
ny Mr. Green was employed at the Into the path of suction.Deep 01 Auto, AC Auto, console, bucket seat, SW, Auto., Air,
Ark Training Factory for Retarded cleans carpeting) '2,995 ALL OPTIONS AVAILABLE Burgundy/inter.: Exc. Cond.
& Handicapped Aduits in Palatka 2 Position 2995

and faith.was a member of the Baptist Rug Adjustment Financing Available 1978 Buick Regal

Survivors include his parents,Kir- Full-Time Blue, 2 Dr., AC Auto '
by Green of Holly Hill, Fla. and Edge Cleaning
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Jewell Mobley Beckham of 77 Chevy Bonanza 2895 '
80 Mazda 626'AMFMCassette $
Hawthorne; one brother, Gerald E. Radio
Green of Gainesville and one sister $95 PDL PW, Till/Cruise/ '80 Ford Pinto Pony 5 Speed AC, AM/FM Stereo
Connie G. Beckham of Hawthorne.
sremoteloklnpgastrunkrelease''
Was New Engine w/all new parts
Graveside services were con- $.$2995 2 no'or hardtop,. 3SJ5
ducted Sept 25*at > >
$1995 /
Cemetery with* Retfr Raymond '
Williams, Sr. officiating. Jones 2200 CASH
a
Funeral Home'of Starke was in

charge of arrangements. f


Mrs. Maritta PenzlinMrs.

Maritta Drew Penzlin, 86, of
Keystone Heights, died Sunday,
Sept. 22 in Gainesville after a short
illness.
Born August 10, 1899, in Jackson-
ville Nurse., Mrs. Penzlin was a Registered ConceptOneM

Survivors include one niece, Mary
Mitchell of New York and one sister, Sale Good through Sept. 29, 1985
Mrs. Alice D. Lehy of Peeksville, .Power DuadraflsxTMAgitation DrIveTM HOOVER
New York.
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Two Spaed MotorAttachmenta Convertlble*
Funeral services were held Sept. .
25 in Jones Chapel in Keystone Cord Reel' Cleaner ;
Heights, with Rev. Leamon Ward of- .Quick ft Clean with McCULLODH '
ficiating. Burial followed in Melrose Bag Change Headlight tt'
Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home of .Dual Headlight .tlMl.....*wiQrlp. I 110.16"8ar 'p.
Keystone Heights was in charge of .Self.Adjusting :' araia: motorIS :
Nozzle ql bWNn. with Spare 10" c::: ..
arrangements. 4MMInnN .t
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James T. Way Brushed Edge Cleaning $129Reg. 0 18"I I

Mr. James Thomas Way, 83, of = L
Keystone Heights died Saturday, : '149" GARAGESWEEP 14'995
long Sept.illness.21 in Bradford Hospital after a i L

Born Sept. 29, 1901 in Fitzgerald, Complete with epiece f
Ga., Mr. Way was a retired Power-seal Attachments \.
employee of Standard Oil Co. and a I
member of the First Baptist Churchof c:. 54" Handle 3661

Keystone Heights. Palmyra Bristles ..
include his wife L. 'OYE
Survivors ,Toye HOOVERSPIRITTM ,
Way of Keystone; two daughters i #12837
Virginia Sallas of Jacksonville andCarolyn HEATER SALE!
McDonald of Smyrna, Ga.;
six grandchildren and ten great- Portable Canister Wheelbarrow
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sept. Vacuum i' RB27SOO
24 in Jones Funeral Home Chapel 5900
with Rev. Jack Wingate officiating. Reg'; $9900Peg. Specials BTU's
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INCLUDING ATTACHMENTS!
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Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home of ::a .
I Keystone Heights was in charge of HOOVER.Convertible". / 4Cu.FLSunco5 mr: RSA-8
arrangements. e 7V4 qt. Big flinch I ;.699

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Clifford Ferns Dance, 72, of Avon Dual/Stage topside RSA..10lJA95
Park died Thursday, Sept. 19, in a ae NM"wr Motor/Fan witch
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: England, and came to America with .Ma nrywwa-.a
Fettle*
his parents as a lad of 10 years. NOW
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Bible Seminary, he served 99
j I Christian Churches in Arcadia,Lake for only '20down"
, Wales, Clearwater, Leesburg, Lake
Butler Avon Park, Florida and .
I II Alburquerque, New Mexico, which "' 20 Ib.
i included 40 years of ministry. He
served as president of the State
Ministerial Association, the Florida
Christian Convention, and as presi-'
dent of local ministerial associa* DENMARK

tions.During his 13 year pastorate of the Ace Hardware
: Lake Butler Christian,Church, the Bryan's
I present brick parsonage was con- FURNITURE ,
I .truct d.
Memorial services were held at l llbl 1 South Walnut (Next to Norman's Market)
the First Christian Church of Avon Street Fl
Call
434 W. Starke
Park on Saturday Sept.21,with S.C.: 964.4642:
j Couch minister, assisted by Kenneth 964.5826 or 964-5827
I Bain and James Vaughn. Kim
Simon sang "The Holy City" a
favorite of Brother Dance.




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CLASSIFIED A'D ADVERTISING should be sub-

milted to the Bradford County ESTATEOUT
Telegraph office In writing and paid In REAL PERSONAL SERVICESFRESH FOR SALE .

pdvance unless credit Is already OF STATEDEER
established with this office.
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD RIVER SHRIMPI And fish for your CAMPER I97B: 35' fifth wheel, Americana .
RESPONSIBLI FOR MISTAKES IN ft TURKEY HUNTING PRESERVE for freezer. Ten Ibs. or more. Please call Traveler with 20 ft. owning, fully self-

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER sale 400 acres, middle Georgia. All 2849755. 8/15 4tchg 103RICK'S contained price neg. 533-2411. Call (, rwillegar I
THE TELEPHONE type game abundant. One mile river LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn /
Clasilfled deodlln I Is TUESDAY, frontage. Call ((912))' 552-5691: collect types of yard work. Reasonable rotes. ROLLS OF HAYi Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur "-"" 10

NOON prior to Thursday publication. Town 8 Country Real Estate, Icon 163. 4734512. 9/5 4tpd 9/26 Gasklns 782-3727: after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn REALTY
ATTENTION SINGLES -
1 Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75, 9/26 Companions BRADFORD LIMEROCK L
friends, dates, all available. '
then.10 cent for each word thereafter. N.C. MOUNTAINS New 2BR cedar are Write SALES \
homes, land, water, electric heat for Information and application to Llmerock ft Fill Dirt
rock fireplace, deck, 38500. We are SOUTHERN SINGLES, P.; O. Box 743-G 20 yd. semi-loads only PHONE 964-7776
CARS & TRUCKS developing/ 1400 acres surrounded by Bonifay FL 32425. 9/5 4tpd 9/26 Phone 752.3 172 5/23 tfchg 'CECllIA ,
rivers and lakes. Pick and choose your SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at ERwlll GAR 205 N. Temple Starke .

1980 FORD'VAN 1/2 ton $3000, Call spot nowl! $4,000 per acre. ERA DUN Phone 496-2939, 496.2871.9/12: 4pd 10/3 Doublewlde Home Center located
TODAY AND ALWAYS; MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU.
964-7423 Teal Tile & Carpet, 6/6 tfn CAN REALTY! 124 Highway 64W, Murphy HAVE OPENING FOR CHILDREN In my North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this Is not'
brochure. home. 964.8635.9/19 :2tpd 926OLIE'S trailer furniture) 6/13 THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE. THE FOUNDATIONOF
JEEPS: Is It true you can buy jeeps for$44 NC 28906. Free tfnchg
through the U.S. government Get the 1-800-438-8196. icon 164 9/26 GARAGE Automotive and FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for OUR PROGRESS.. .
facts today. Call 1-312-7"2,11"2 Ext. GEORGIA MOUNTAIN PROPERTY Free transmission repair If we don't fix, youdon't sale at Olins Home Center located on .-
609.(8/22( 9/5,9/19. 10/13)pd) color brochure on our many mountainproperty pay. Free estimates 4681199. Highway 100 West This Is not trailer SPECIAL
1972 DODGE VAN 318 engine, needs listings. Call 1800554.3232 9/192tpd9/26: furniture. 6/13 tfnchg
write Jenkins Inc. HODGES CUSTOM ENGRAVING GRAPESi U Pick, 7 WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2Vi year
work, $350. 9645301. Tim will return or Realty Group open every day a.m.
call. 9/192tchg 9/26 P.O. Box 734, Blalrsvllle, GA 30512. Trophies, nameplates, doorplates, til dark Lilly Vineyards 12: miles East of old cedar & 'stone home with handsome great room,

: 197 TRANS-AM $3,000. 496.2936. 9/26 Icon 166 9/26 awards, plaques, engraving Keystone Height on 100 Coral Farm cathedral ceilings fireplace 1900
: 2tchg 10/3 deskplates. 24 hr. service day or eves Rd. 659-2121 8/15 tIn stunning approx.

FORD ESCORT!1981, :2 dr. hatch-back 4 904-473-3671. 9/264tchg 10/17 AUCTION EVERY FRI AND SAT NIGHT sq. ft., mammoth master bedroom with king-sized adjoining

speed air good condition. $2,000. BUSINESS HAVE OPENING FOR PRE-SCHOOL Beginning 8/30 7:30: pm across from bath plus two other bedrooms & bath, garage
964-8110 or 4682220. Itchg 9/26 CHILDREN: Excellent core at Waters Market In Lawtey: cabinets
FORD LTDi station wagon AC AM/FM OPPORTUNITIESNEW reasonable prices. Certified teachers, shelving furniture and misc. 8/22.9/22 with magic door opener, all this on over an acre of

radio, power locks, cruise control, exc. hot lunch. Small World, 964.5232.9/26 4tpd TFN beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boat-ramp & dock
2tchg 10/3 THE WOOD STOVE ft FIREPLACE CENTER
condition. $7.600. 964-8110' or MULTI-LEVEL COMPANY FORMING and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best part
Largest selection of quality wood
4682220. Itchg 926MOTORCYCLES -
964.5485 Opportunity to make money. Calf FOR RENT stoves In Florida. Vermont Castings, for lasta true value at $65,0001
9/26
now. Itpd
Consolidated, Dutchwest Jotul and
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR: .
more. Trade-ins and used stoves. Well
ladles apparel, childrens, large size MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK worth the trip to Gainesville. 2031 NW CHARM WITH ECONOMY 1019 E. Call St., frame home with

combination store, petites, maternity, Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. 6th St. TOLL FREE 1-800-524-2675. 9/12 porches, fireplace, plus an extra lot termite clearance, fine
accessories Jordache, Chic Lee, L.III.)
1985 ATC 200X HONDA: 3 wheeler EZ Trod Calvin Recreational vehicles welcome Phone 3tchg 9/26 location reduced to sell!
Street Esprit Tomboy, ,
964.7498.9/16 tin SUPER DELUXE FLASHING ARROW
1700. OBO. Good condition. 782-3333
8/8 tfn Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi One mile SIGNS: $269 complete! Save $275. INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.

Claiborne HealthTex., Members over 1000 Only others., Gasoline$13,300to from Starke city limits. Clean. No Lighted, no arrow $247. Unlighted, Good land plus highway frontage. One thousand dollars an
children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. $199. We'll beat anyone's price.Guaranteed .
$24,900 Inventory, training fixtures, 468-1323 10/7 tfn Sell locally Superb quality acre!

YARD SALE grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On workmanship. Call factory: .A SPECIAL PLACE AT THE WATERS EDGE Sampson Lake ap
Mr. Keenan ((305)) 6783639. 9/26 '
Itpd
Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call 1-800-423-0163 anytime fcan 9/26
608 MELTON TERRACE Off S, Orange St. 964-7530 or 468.1323 10/07 tfn MAPLE BUNK BEDS solid wood $100. prox. 100' on water x 275' plus storage building, $21,9001!

Saturday only, 9-5 p.m. Clothes, STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthlyrates. 964-8806. 9/26 2tchg 10/3 KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters dock also

household Items 25" color TV, AM/FM BOATS Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple FOR SALE OR SWAP $11,000 value: 2 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled plus second
stereo unit w/8 track and turntable.
Ave. 7/28 tIn time-shares at Daytona Beach on the
Itchg 926SATURDAY NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 8R, 2 ocean overlooking the pool. Sleeps 4. home for family, guests or rental, several other buildings all
ONLY '/. mil. North oflawt.y STRYKER BASS BOAT 1984, 18 ft., drive- BA apt. For more Information call lake Swap for motor home, boat, ???. well maintained. Owner financing.
school on US 301.Mlsc.llaneous on custom Stryker Trailer, 175hp ELPT Butler Apts 496-3141. 9049648806. Edwards. 9/26 2tchg
Equal Opportunity Jay
Items Itchg 9/26 Mercury motor Thrust.r trolling Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 10/3 FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp

GOOD YARD SALE: Frl and Sat. Heavy motor Hummingbird depth finder, PARK RENTAL 24 ft. trailer, by the SEVERAL ITEMS: Portable dishwasher Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Excellent invest
duty tools; electric, chain hoist, 4-ton many extras, 964-4461 days or month for '
1 or :2 adults. No Pets. $200. Sears / HP water pump and
$125; 4 elec. drills; 3 Inch sander $25; 964-6 121 eves Itchg 9/26 ment. Owner financing.
Deposit required. Starke KOA Kam- tank, $250.: Dirt road by Vets Dr.
Jitterbug sander NEW. $28; GMC 1973 pground, Hwy 301 S. 964-8484 8/8 tin Mullins, Hwy 100, 2nd MH on right. WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Terrace

pickup truck body engine on ground; KITCHENETTES: 2 completely furnished 9/26: 2tchg 10/3 in the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view, 4 BR,
Sears heavy duty lawnmower, needs LAND FOR SALE utilities included. 964-7184 8/8 tfn LIVING ROOM SET, all wood $175.
work. Many lawnmower parts all $15. FOR RENT 4 BR, 2 BA, heat 'Ig. porch ALSO, woodburning heater, $200. 2Ba. approx. 2000 sq. ft., motivated seller.,

Many tools. Good books. Next door to office In bock, laundry 8 wash room 964-8313. Itchg 9/26 YOUR BEST MOVE WOULD BE TO THIS HOUSE Saratoga
Handi-Way Store, Hampton. Itpd 9/26 ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road no
appoint only. 964-6365 tfn CAMPER FOR SALE 3, $600
3-FAMILY SALE Lots of childrens clothesIn down payment, $75 per mo. Call NICE ROOM, PRIVATE BATH, 964-6035 best offer 4733903.: sleeps Itpd 9/26 or Heights,. 3 BR (could be 4)), large & comfortable family room,
excellent condition South 100. Fri 9645606. 10/4 tfn CH&A. $35,000.
tin SATELLITE SYSTEM: 100 plus channels,
day and Saturday. Itpd 9/26 LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down N. CAROLINA VACATION CABINS complete with Installation. $43/mo.. .A JOY Tq LIVE IN Large attractive home in city with little
balance In five
CLOTHES < MISC. ITEMS 2 miles E. of years financing by
Fall Color Change S.pt ft Oct. Will finance. Why cable? Call Mike
Hwy. 16, then NE 10th St. at brick-front owners, 9646853. 12/13 tIn. US 441 between Sylvia and CherokeeN.C. 473-4090 or 2761336.pay 9/26 2tchg 10/3 yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3 BR, 2 Ba,

house, just past 2nd curve Fri. 9,5, Sat. ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. (heart of Smokies). Near fishing, FEEDER PIGS: $20 each. 782-3558 or spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, roomy utility
$3,500. $350 dn., $70 Call
9.12 Itpd 9/26 per mo.
roan. 964-5606. 1/03 tIn New hiking 2BR Blue cabins Ridge furnished.Parkway, mining.Sunset 7823869. Itchg 9/26 room, skylights, 2 util I, buildings, property completely enclosed -

ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum.
Farm Rd. Cabins Rt. 1, Box 216-C w/privacy fence, 55000.
Measures 24x36". 25 each. Great
ROAD $3,000, no down payment $70 cents
HOMES Whittier N.C. 28789. 17044972200. BEAUTIFUL ft CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford
per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 9/12 4tchg 10/3 for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH

FOR SALE 1.7 ACRES BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) TWO BEDROOM Duplex Apt.t phone 135 W. Call St. 9646305. Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,

$3,500. no down payment $70 per mo. 964-5951. 9/19 2tchg 9/26 TRAILERS. TRAILERS. TRAILERS 5'xS' police protection, nice neighborhood, $7,0001
Call 964-5606. 1/03 tfn utility trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer,
3 BR 1% BA HOME Saratoga Hts.. corner LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after 2 BR MOBILE HOME: clean, CH/A, convenient $1,700; 16' utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn LET'S GO TO THE COUNTRY Brick with 3 BR 2 Ba. LR, combo
lot. Enclosed garage, CH&A. Phone 5. call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn to shopping center. No pels. trailer $1,125: ; 10' lawn single axle
9648652. 3/21 tfn 964-8810.9/19 2tchg 9/26: kitchen & dining room family room w/paneled walls, approx.
LAND trailer $878 16' hauler, $1,150 6
FOR SALE Six tots 1.2/3 acre per : car ;
ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3BR 1'/.BA, lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For. ON KINGSLEY heat LAKE: Until May 1. Small ft. romps, $100. Olin's Mobile Home 1580 sq. ft., only 5 years old on 2 acres, reduced... to $49,500.
and .
ottage AC '
Fireplace, carport, screened porch, 3/4 no pets "ej'WIDE
sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. 533.2366.9/19 tfn Center, Rd. 100 W. Starke. 964-5606. Sampson City Rd.
mile west of Hwy. 301. $95,000. Call 964-56066/6 1/10 tfn .
.' 468.1576 after tfnchg RECENTLY REMODELED: 1 BR, CH/A OPEN SPACES CLEAN AIR-.Brfek home
6:00.,5/9 tfn ,.. WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2: acre lot locatedat COPY MACHINES! Canon-for rent or R.PLEJjfTYjOF! on
>: 08 S. WATER STREETS By owner.2 BR, CB Woodland Acres Starke. Has well carpets furnished, walled close patio In. 964-8601..furnished 9/19 TFN On- sale Conan home copier $799; Canon tJ L. flV' fres compl tety") "ed|,Pordythe'Rd\iju3iBRu2.: ,

WOODEN home 1-468.132311/8 HOUSE:20x20 tfn tin roof block. _, septic tank and light pole 8500 selling ONE BEDROOM: 403 N. Walnut St. home or office copier $999; Canon office barn, greenhouse, 5 ceiling'' fans,*many trees"i"$69,0(30': ; : ,
price 500 down 135.00/month. Call copier, $1399. Rent to own for as
ed up ready to move. $500.00 431.1050 964-56066/13 tfhchg $175/mo. 964-5276. Apply same ad. little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP LARGE LOT AT COUNTRY CLUB Lot 3 "The Woods", 180x388,
dress. No pets 9/19 2tchg 9/26
tfn 5.43 ACRES: 646 ft. Forsyth Rd. frontage.$4,000acre. 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964.576.2/21 excellent location $8,000.
IN ,
RAIFORDI small trailer.
Phone
CONCRETE -
BLOCK HOUSE: 3 BR, 1 1/2 Coll 3054646827. Cosh tIn
bath large back porch. CH/A, with terms 9/12: lOtpd 11/14 or 4311851. Itpd 9/26 ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month.No GOING RESTAURANT BUSINESS In Lake Butler. Priced for
from 1 to 10 land CR 225. ONE BEDROOM TRAILER:completely furnished
acres on
TEN ACRES Lot down Call 96.6946.4/04 sale.
61, In Woodlawn. payment. quick
964-6530. 9/5 tfn Including air and heat. $60/wk.
PRESTIGIOUS NEIGHBORHOOD Cornerlot 964-4886.9/19 2tchg 9/26 first and last weeks. 4851371. Itchg tfn HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Occla
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as
3 BR, 2 baths CH/A. $66,000. 9/26 __ $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. 4/04 block home approx. 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on fifty acres,
Phone 9646201. 4tpd 9/5 EOW 10/17 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX: unfurnished 122
PERSONAL SERVICES"NEED tfn Crawford Rd., plus four chicken barns..a good, going
THREE BEDROOM: I bath heat AC nearly N. Myrtle St. Small! pets only. $225/mo. COLOR TV:'$99 and Next to Starke
new, on private drive, nice lot. $150 deposit. Phone 964-8944 days. Truck Stop south of up.Starke. 964-8212. business. Owner financing. Buy all or part)

964-5997. 9/19 3tpd 10/3 A TUTOR" All subjects K-8, Certified Itchg 926DUPLEX I-BR 11/24 tfn NEAR NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved Crawford Rd.,
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 4BR, 2Ba LR, DR, Teacher 533-2901 after 7 p.m. : APARTMENT furnished ADD A ROOM: 14'X22' 3,000/lnstalled
FR, CH/A brick with alum. soffit. 636 329 Center St. Coll 14681115. 9/26 Owner financlna.
8/22 tInCLIFF'S 3,500 dealer. 904-964-5606: tfnchg * *
W. Madison St. $52,000.964.7717. Itchg DIESEL REPAIRS: 24 hr. road ser 2tchg 103RENTALS CYPRESS SAWDUST: 2 yards deliveredand EVENINGSBILL

9/26 vice. Spec. In Cummins Mac, spread $20.468.2624.9/1212tchg:
BY OWNER: Concrete block, 2BR, 1 Bo. In Detroit4737143.; 6/27 tin. AVAILABLE: $150 per month 11,8 DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319 |

town. Central heat and air, 9Y. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free Owner and up.at Call 964.5065 Susan F. Reddish 964-4043 Broker- SEVERAL ITEMS CHAIN LINK FENCE, all IRVING CLARK.JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121
or 6/27
assumable mtg. 964-6484. 9/26 3tpd estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. accessories 4 ft. high, 210 ft., you
tfnchg WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD 964.7454
10/10 Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559.3/29 remove $500. Heavy Duty Slide, $35.
LOG HOMES: Over 40 rustic models to tfn Swing Set $50. 964-5610. Itpd 9/26

choose from: Send for FREE WANT TO DRINK CAPTAIN'S BED Twin-size, with drawers
BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS and shelves. Light maple finish. Like Subscribe Today?

Rt. 1. Box 84CF, Moss, Tenn. 38575. WANT TO STOP'THAT'S NOTICE new. $125. 782-3172. Itpd 9/26 BRADFORD COUNTY
615-238-3648. fcan 9/26 OURS SEVERAL ITEMS Sears solid state 25" color TELEGRAPH
MEN & WOMEN
Alcoholics Anonymous console TV $150; whit. 3/4 length
964-4150-964-6894-964-6219 17-62 minkcoat, 1300. 55 gal. fish tank 964.6305

pd thru 11/15 w/stand pump light gravel and ace.
HELP WANTED
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows TRAIN NOW FOR $150. Sears Craftsman 20" lawn mower

Openings available for prior etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY CIVIL SERVICE w/grass catcher, $125. Or Best offer on
9646078. Orders also taken In lake any Item CR 16 W to Morgan Rd., right Need
service military personnel in Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights EXAMSNo 2nd trailer on, right. Come anytime.

the Naval Air Reserve Program 473.4973.2/26 tfn High School Itpd 926WINDOW Storage? :
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infants and Necessary AIR CONDITIONER crib and willr hundred lusi "
In Jax. Ground and toddlers up to 5 years of age receive .Positions Start As High As dining table. 964-5803. Itpd 9/26

I flight crew positions available excellent care. Weekdays 77. Call $9.22 HOUR
from
Sizes 8x10 to 12x24HANOIHOUSE
: in patrol, transport, helb and 4737864. 4/04 tfn
e POST OFFICE e CLERICAL
LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball
t attack squadrons. Call toll free fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861 e MECHANICS INSPECTORS \'

, 1-800-521-1316 for further information anytime 4/25 tfnchg K."P.nJobWhllePrepe/nll FOR SALE Hand! House Storage Buildings
XINomeForOovernmentCjcemj .30 sizes to choose from
; BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer
8/29-9/26 tandem
i I work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for Write & Include Phone No. Heavy Duty

work. 964-5606 782-3333. Ask for National Training trailer PORTABLE BUILDINGS
Mark. 8/8 tfn 2 axle 13 ft. bed "
Service, Inc. Reasonable price US 301 South Starke 964-8848

P.O. Drawer A
; 964.5514
Starke Florida 32091 Phone \

LAVERN H. OUTLAW 9/26 "

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.1.3 Opening SoonV
! '' REALTOR, Associates Roberts Real Estate. VV

.I 986 N. Temple Av. ,Starke.. FL :r.
l ,964-4522 DAVIRes.964-5370MSA 964.6262 Commercial Storage Building

11 STARKE FL. KAY C. WATERS .
Reserve Your Space Now
;1 Across from Re*. 964-6941 .PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves, 2
, Norman's Market BR frame house and extras. By Calling Doug
I; U.S. 301 South e Your Full Service Real Estate Office CH&A outbuildings many 964-8848
JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. Central -

tJ "We Do Appraisals" heat and air, carport. $49,500. C & C Mini Storage

COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 'US 301 South Starke
I *LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acres pecan trees, barn;] rr
1 and workshop. See It, you will love It. 128500. plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft, building.

1 *BEST AREA Brick 3 BR. :2 Ba. carport chain link fenced backyard. $"9.900. Call for details.

j *READY TO LIVE IN for only 21500. Owner financed. In city., 640 ACRES Excellent development property. In a rapidly

t I 1910 DOUBLEWIDE on one acre all hookups. In excellent cond. VA financing. I growing area of Cloy county. Priced to sell at less that
(available
1 24900. I
i 1 OWNER TRANSFERRED ft ANXIOUS Brick 4BR. 3 BA on 2 lots. Over 24001, \ $1200.00 per acre 11.WATERFRONT '

CHIA all amenities. Excellent location. |lust off 16 W. Only 74900. 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful 'Grandln Plumbing SuppliesFrom

I REDUCED TO SELL NOWI Recently renovated 3 BR house on SR 100, South of I Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake. .

I Stork. Only $29,900 [ Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500. .

I BARGAIN HUNTERs: story frame on large lot ((185x130)) In city, good location. MOBILE HOME -',On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out Durrance
|This won't lost I
at 16500.
long
I ATTENTIONS Builders,Developers. Investors 37 lot subdivision with 'A mile | buildings Including a 21* x 66' metal barn. Loads ofpossibilities" Pump & Supply Co., '- -- "

I paved rood. Adjoins city limits. Priced to sell. Owner financed. .

[ *WI HAVE BUILDING LOTS AND ACREAGE OWNER FINANCED. r .

Wt Invite Inquiries On; Our Other Properties. COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE US :301 North I
164 N. Ay.. I 964-7061 I We Drill Wells d'
Thinking Buying Or Selling Call Us. George W. Robert. Jr. Broker T.mple ,
Stark., Fla. I 2" 6" ..
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TIME REAl ESTATE SALESPEOPLE)

SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy 301 N. Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and NOTICETO FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE YARD SALE
Stork.. Com see ROy Gouin. Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. laylayetteSt.
of Lok. Ch.vy.0lds. for th. formerly 964-5065 7/4 tfn WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Th. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series '*WOW* New doubl. wide, masonlt. '
W. buy and move ui.d bargain EXCITING OPPORTUNITY owners of the big brown dog that has organ with double keyboard base siding, shingle roof, flreplac. All for GARAGE SAll-Saturday 28, 94. Left off
964-4414 or 96..778.26 tfn horns. Typists, Secretaries, Needed Now. Call been turning ov.r garbage cans and pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call 15900. Call, ask for Mr. Fox at Pecan past Keystone ,stadium follow
FOR SALES Several 2 br Mobil. Kelley Services. 371-1913 EOE. 8/291fn scattering garbage In the Pecan and 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4643 3512126. 3tchg 912926. signs Love seat, chairs, other furniture
good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 Horns In WORK FROM HOME $60 per 100 Inserting Magnolia St.area. If you want him, you weekends for appointment to see. tfn *FREE* credit, check by phone for walkie-talkies, books games,
Sam. with A.C. Plno M.H. och envelopes. Information send better keep him home) CRAPES-U-PICK Open everyday.Lilly's new or used mobile home. Call now. appliances, clothing, plants, (lawn
.96.2366.25 tfnchg. Pork stamp to K.S. Enterprises, P.O. Box "" Vineyard Coral Farms Road Ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126. Stchg spreader, trimmer and misc. Itpd 9/26
15 USED MOBILE HOMESt Make offs 1501-C Bloomfield, NJ 07003. 9/12 PERSONAL SERVICES Florahome. 6592121. 8/15 tfnchg 9/12.9/26 YARD SALE-family-Saturday'28, 94.
on WURLITZER spinet piano, excellent Flv. speed bicycle cradle, household
con
on. or all. Olln's Mobil. Horn. Sol... 4tchg 10/3 dition. $1,000. BY OWNER lovely 28X64, 3 BR 2'BA, goods and
much
904964.5606 6/6 tfnchg MOTOR ROUTE AVAILABLE KeystoneHeights. Cherry mahogany. fully loaded, t year old must see to more.' West on
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, Phon. 4733752. tfnchg 8/29 Nightingale to top of hill..Itchg 9/26
2.93 .
Must have reliable
No
AC.iSplo mob" ham.. transportation appreciate. equity assume mortgage
Fo"Vth kitchen cabinets and trim COUNTRY STORE and for sale YARD SAlS-Saturday Sept 28 8
carpentry. property a.m.
Rd. and b.
$12.500 cash Call 1.305..64.6827. telephone, obi. to posta must be moved 4737311. 4tpd
9/12 10.pet 11/1. $250 cash bond deposit Call 964-5165 Reasonable prices. Call "73. Ol8 after by own.r. Highway 100 6 ml. east of 9/19.10/10 Furniture,, tools, pop-up camper,,

f379 12x60 MH: good condition. or come by office at 1605 N. Temple 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg Keystone Heights. Egg business, 14 X 70 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 2 fullbo.h. fishing boat, toys, clothes and much
after 5 p.m. Call Ave. r".on-Frl. 9/262'chg 10/3 CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Ins groceries, beer and wine. Will consider ., step-up dining room. Take overpayments more Lake Geneva on SRI00, 2 miles
7."/ DOWN -964.8709.9/192tchy 7 YR FINANCING 9/26 SALES CAREER OPPORTUNITY Full time, stallations. Free estimates. Ten years leasing. Also. 1982 Corona 14X50 3 years left. Call 4733512. east of stop light. Itchg 9/26
1986 this experience. Coll 473-4217 and ask for mobile home, like new Phon. GARAGE SALE Saturday, 28 from 95. ,
14x70. 3BR 2 Baths area. Some day travel excellent Itpd 9/26
$946
down .
7 9044732067. SR214 off 100-fallow
yr 9/19-10/3
at $238/mo. CLAYTON benefits. US Chamber of Commerce. Craig. 5/17 tlnchg 3tpd 1985 FLEETWOOD 24 X 48 doublewlde signs.Can boat
Phillips Hwy.. JackionvllU.HOMES 3965 Resumes to R.G. Felton, 6066 Canterbury PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt KITCHEN TABLE four matching chairs, mobile home 3 BR, 2 full baths, kitchen lawn mower much more Itehg 9/26 .
733.0821.9/26 Flo. Drive, Columbus, GA 31909. fcon mildew peeling paint from homes, small hutch, $60 solid mahogany bar .excellent condition. $2000 LARGE YARD Saturday 28,9 until?
EXCELLENT 2tchg 10/3 9/26 driveways, mobile homes Call Rick cradle, $65, blonde bentwood rocker, down and assume of Clothes, baby supplies, tools, consolet.v.
MH 12x70, furnished, n.w $30 4737777.FIREPLACE payments ., living suit and
room misc.
473-2452. 4tchg 9/1210/3 530 SW
HAIR CUTTER WANTED Florida $187.31. Call
carpet. deep well utility licensed anytime 473-2808. Itpd
building. central A/C and Nightingale St. 9/26
FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng. organ, 9/26 Itchg
Call HAIRPLANES
CH/A6 experienced ,
acre 4 miles S. 301. 16900. heat, water heater, leaf blower YARD SALE Saturday 28. 9-5.
964.5164.9/19 9644645. Itchg 9/26 Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac 1914 MOBILE HOME-12X65 It 3 BR on Sailboat
2tpd 9/26
?
couch RV refreigerator, English and furniture, ten-speed blk. and misc.
191 RN, LPN. EMT Perform Insurance 473.2521.8/1 tfnchg 83X103 ft. lot In
14.60 SENTRY 2 BR or exam Keystone Heights,
1 / Both In MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, barstools Western saddles Forrest Hills 5 miles schools. Turn off Hwy 21 at Mac's Rest onto
garden tub Stark ar.o. good flexible near $16,500 assumable mortgage.
furnished pay
964.993.9/19 2tchg 9/26 7700. hours Call 1.396.5880.9/26 nc camper beds. No lob too small, southeast of Keystone Hwy 100, left 1 C. B. Issac Realty, Inc. 21 B-two blocks. Itchg 9/26
Addison Upholstery 4732452. 4tchg mile. "73- 527 or 4737053. Itcha 9/26 9044752199.
TIRED OF PAYING RENT?: N.w 14 wide. tfnchg 9/26
2 BR. front kit.. $740 down. 7 yr.. at REAL ESTATE LICENSING: In Lak. City. 9/1210/3 HONDA 80 CB 650 motorcycle, $595
$187 mo. CLAYTON HOMES. 3965 Call 1-755-4040 North Fla. Real Estal.ColI.Q. CARPET CLEANING deep steam extrac OBO. 473.3358.9/26 2tchg 10/3
Phillip Hwy.. .. 8/15 tfn tion. Truck mounted equipment. Sept.
Jacksonville Flo.
special live and hall $89.
rooms FOR RENT
733.0821.9/26 2tchg 10/13 MAN FRIDAY Chauffeur license helpful any
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1983 FLEETWOOD MH 14x70 3BR. 2Bo, ability to handle money take orders, C&B 9/5.9/26 Carp.t cleaning 4737770. 4tpd FURNISHED ROOMS one or two retired Carpet (Any ] Scotchgard

CH/A, cathedral c.iling. Excellent con strong, able to life 100 Ibs., varied RICK'S LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all ladies, Includes local errands, tasty Room $1495 l b
dition. %4.4155. ?/264tpd 10/17 duties, Interesting work benefits. FEE balanced meals cook food Cieanin
types of yard work. Reasonable rotas. (or own ) g & Hal
PRE-OWNED 9) Available
HOME 38R 1 V. bath large POSITION. 964-7777 W. W. Professional 4734512. 4tpd 9/5.9/26 Reasonable. 4737044. Itpd 9/26 .

$600 dining down area. Fr.$121 d.llv.ry mo. and CLAYTON s.t-up. FUNERAL Personnel HOME ASSISTANT Itchg 9/26 Career NANNY POSITIONS op.n for trained FURNISHED ROOMS one or two retired Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
people. Excellent salary and benefitsfor ladies
Includes local errands, tasty
HOMES 3965 male be
Phillip. Hwy., Jackson position. Mature Must sincereIn
vIII. Fla. 733.0821.9/262tchg 10/13 learning business and making ocareer. graduates. American Nanny balanced meals (or cook own food). PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe
Academy, P.O. Box 19933 BirmIngham
Reasonable. 473-7044. Itpd 9/26
utilities., group Salary insurance, free apartment, FEE POSI, AL 35219. ((205)) 8719933. fcon QUIET-CLEAN, comfortable, unfurnished specialize In cleaning and dyeing of waD to wan carpet, furniture clean-

WANTED TION. 964-7777 W. W. Professional Personnel. 9/26 2 BR, 2 BA house In Keystone Club Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

Itchg 926Classified HUSBAND ft WIFE team, non-smokers. Estates. Central H/A, weathered work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment
Cleaning windows, weeding fertilizing porch. 4813109. Itpd 9/26
WANTED: Reward for Information concerning trimming. (For shut-ins only) His MOBILE HOME 2 BR. $150 a month, furnished Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
W.W.II Army Air Corp crash Ads and Her care. Free estimate Call or unfurnished. Across from
sites In the Stark area. Also I need to Results 4734543. Itchg 926MISCELLANEOUS lake on SRI00. Purchase for $50 down Call 964.4997 CallCheck

contact a Mr. Mersey from the Hampton Get and $80 month 4737560. tfnchg 9/26 Yellow Pages In local phone |book AD Work Guarantied

area. Call collect any evenings SMALL 3 BR with 2 acres. Highway 301.

8139685048. 8/29 4tpd919ONE For business or gardening. $200 per _J
TO FIVE ACRES WANTED: Will buy LOSTFOUNDLOST
month. Phone
PAC RAT Sell and trade. Used furniture 473.4995.2tpd 9/26.10/3
land or pay for dirt removal rights.Phone Buy,
2 BR-1BA mobile home lot
ont acre
9/12 964-8877 or 9646517. 9/52.chg RED MARE HORSE man. clipped collectables, appliances, glassware, household, old jewerly Items,, close to town $225 per month. ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. l

WANTED good ham. for a black bock hoof old and split. If found call tools, etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 4732730. Itchq 926LAND

medium size dog. Good p.t for Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn SUPER DELUXE FLASHING ARROW SIGNS FOR SALE RealtorFormerly
children and grownup. 16 mo. old LOST WALKER HOUND: lost approx. last $269 complete! Save $275! Lighted, FAULKNER REALTY
Friday In vicinity of S. Orange and Edwards no arrow $247 unlighted $199. We'll
and likes to walk, play and hunt. Name LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. $13,500. 221 W. Lafayette Street
Rd. Answers to name of Lady. beat anyone's price) Guaranteed! See
Is Block! Phon. 9645957. 9/12
Itchg Owner will finance. $164 per month. .
Mon
CARPOOL to downtown Jax from Whit w/brown spots. If found, pleasereturn. locally. Superb quality workmon.hlplCall "13. 361. tfnchg. 12/6 -Frl.5:30am:6O0p.m.Saturday
Generous reward offered. 1-800-423-0163 anytime.fcon 9 a.m.to S p.m.
Call Dale 964-4763 factory:
Lawt.y. Traylor LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto
eves. Itpd912WHEELCHAIR 964-4239. Itchg 9/26 9/26 move on. Power, well, septic and 964.5065
WANTED Must be In good fence. $6.499. 392.0985 or 4733024.
condition Phon. 9647518. Itpd 9/12 REAL ESTATEDEER Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13 RENTALS AVAILABLE

WORK WANTED: Typing for students Individuals Protect Your Home WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA! 5

businesses. W.W. Professional AND TURKEY HUNTING PRESERVE- acre parcels on scenic county maintained
Office ft Personnel Services, 218 And Save 25% for sale. 400 acres, middle G.orgla. All road. Melrose area. From $16,000. *OPEN HOUSE Saturday, S.pt. 28, 3:00.5:00 p.m. 2 unique homes In the
S. Walnut St., Stark., Fla. 964-7777. On All Maintenance-Free ExteriorsCut type game abundant. On. mile river Need financing? Call today. Prestige Historic Section of Stark.. 403 N. Walnut and 311 N. Walnut St. Com. by and
(Itchg 9/26 Brick and Stone frontage. Call ((912)) 552.5681 collect. Properties, Inc. 373-1700 after hours .ney| refreshments and tour these hom.s.
Coquina Shell Town & Country Real Estate.fcan9/26 4752647. 7/25 tfnchg
Vinyl or Aluminum Siding N. C. MOUNTAINS New 2 bedroom IMPROVED LOT for sale, outskirts of RESIDENTIALS
cedar homes, land, wafer electric, Keystone Heights. $8,000 cash 01 LOVELY EXECUTIVE HOME 3BR, 2 Ba, great room energy efficiency
CAll TODAY FOR FREE h.at, rock fireplace deck for $38,500. owner financing $500 down with highlighted seller motivated, priced right.
1) ESTIMATES W. are developing 1400 acres surrounded $166.83 monthly payments for 5 years. *INCOME POTENTIAL 5.11101. and keep 1440 sq. ft. home in lovely area. Call
by rivers and lakes. Pick and 4733024. 4tchq 9/5.9/26 today.

Homes Beautiful choose your spot nowl! $4000 per acre. NICE 2 BR: CHI A. detached garage, 68x130 lot In town. Only 25900.
Fla. ERA DUNCAN REALTY 124 Highway64W MOBILE HOMES *KINGSLEY LAKE AREAl Nestled among the oaks the 2BR spacious horn
End of Season Special N.
Murphy, NC 28906. Free decorated with real wood paneling. You won't find a more solid home. Call for
*REPO 3/2 Mobile home. $199
$4995 itOf Stark-, Fla. brochure. 1-800-438-8196. 9/26 p.rsonollhowlng.
month, assumable, delivered to
.tt'' ,964-6766 GEORGIA MOUNTAIN PROPERTY Free .-..h.f..Coll .ask for Mrr Fait at 3512126.your .KINGSLEY LAKE horn for sale now).Newer home, 3BR 2 BA with lovely
poI..o4l0"t' >
.r.und..r.wlm"'I.g : oplete ( : o: 'color1' brocure on our'-mony mountainproperty 9/12-9/26 shady wooded lot and Its very own pathway to the lake for you.DON'T .
Installation with filters, motor Call 1.800.554.3232 3tchg
Guaranteed SavingsFLORILAND listings. *USED HOMES* starting at $2995. RENT! Own this nlc. home In Stark for only $25,300.
Jenkins Inc.
and free chemicals. or write Realty Group
naont111m0 *GREAT BUY In Breaker cute horn for only 30000.
Some low down. Call, ask for Mr. Fox
No Down Paym.ntFlolda P.O. Box 734, Blalrsvllle. Go. 30512.
100% Financing
at 351.2126.3tchg 9/12.9/26 *COOL DIPS in Hillcrest Lake just outside Keystone Hts. Newer horn of
fcon 9/26
Certified
State CompanyPh. *OWNER MUST SELL* double wide, cedar with a lovely view from deck.

399.5685 Anytime Collect CARS, TRUCKS $239. Fireplace mason lie siding *"FEATURING" Immaculate 3BR. 2Ba, CH/A brick veneer rancher on 9.75
,26.12/26 shingle' roof, low down. Deliver to hour acres. Beautifully landscaped with shrub-lined drive.
& BOATS lot no charge Call, ask for Mr. Fox at *EVERYTHING YOU WANT is In this 3BR 2Ba ranch style horn with 4V acres.

REALTY 351.2126.3tcha 9/12.9/26 *301 S carries you out to this private 3BR 2Ba CH/A with family room

964.7700 1979 LTD STATION WAGON automatic, screened back porch In high "0'..

"J N. T.mpl. A... A/C P/S P/B tilt and cruise, V-8 r-------- *PROVIDENCE: CR 241 A, Norwegian brick 3BR 2Ba rancher with ceiling fans,
VACUUM 1 V.fnl'.P. Odom', .,-ORI motor Clean condition, $2700. 1979 Bargain Center, Inc. : fireplace large workshop country living at its best.
Joy Thornton AtMclato' Lincoln towncor 4 door, loaded I I *Hwy. 16: 3BR 2Ba. fireplace CH/A, DW. Also 28R. I'/iBo CH/A on I acre.

SALE $3750. 1977 Buick Skylark V-6 engine, t *3BR 28a, CHI A. 14' MH on 1 acre 0' 28R.Bo, CH/A, 1..' Mh on 1 acre Location .
automatic, A/C, 4 door $2000. Electrical ft Plumbing t 301 S. to CR 227.
3 BR, 2 BA, brick
2.39 Acres In city, 473-2409- if no answer, 398-1071 (Jox). t Mobile Home Supplies *RAIFORDt: 3BR, 2Ba .pllll.v.l. brick veneer has a good profitable business
& USEDWe
NEW home, most desired area. Ready to Ask for Nick or Scott tfnchg 9/19 Paneling B Cabinets t that goes with home. Call for details

Finance Our Own sell. Call for more details t Commercial IcemakersMakes *BRADFORD VILLAS Immaculate on. unit 2BR 1'/Ba, ov.r 900 sq. ft. Many
than 2 Years Old) Brick ham.In
t
KIRBYS less HELP WANTEDWORK 350 Ibs. a Day extras In Ihe carefree living unit prices to sell at $34,700.
ROYALS country with 6 or mar. acr.s. t Capacity *COUNTRY CLUB: Let us show you this lovely ham. with low Interest rate
.181 Acres, good hunting woods, t
EUREKAS FROM HOME $60 per 100 Inserting assumable mfg.COUNTRY .

HOOVERS same owner financing. envelopes. Information send t QUALITY FOR LESS CLUB AREA: 3BR 2Ba ham., only $5 .000.
.20 Minutes from Gainesville: High ft stamp to K.S. Enterprises, P.O. Box t
ELECTROLUX LAKE ST. Well built 2BR, IBa CB horn with breezeway, garage, carport.
dry land, highway frontage, excellent 1501C. Bloomfield, NJ 07003. 4tchg t Only 27000.
FILTER QUEENS for 964-6679 US 301 South t
good
financing 9/19-10/3 .
SEARS owner *DEERWOOD: Good area. Nlc. 3BR 2Ba, assumaaie' ",g. with low Interest
NON-SMOKING companion for elderly
subdividing.
l
COMMERCIALWe for lady In Keystone on weekends 8.305.Prepare : =- _ __ J rate.
Commercial Building
repair all makes space *EUCLID ST.: This has been reduced, has 2 BR, IBa CH/A, fenced. All for
business, plus Income property breakfast and lunch ba.h.IIghl ,
housekeeping and drive car. Excellent 26500.
AI Young'sSince I hourly wage. References re NO MONEY DOWNDOUBLEWIDE *REDUCED: 1.1 acres with 3BR 2 Ba newer home, just North of Lawtey on

quired. Call 4737376. Itpd 9/26 beautiful country setting.
1957 4409--DRASTICAILY REDUCED: 4 BR 2
ham. 20 stocked New 3BR 2Ba doublewlde, completely ACREAGE
Ba two story on ac. BUILDING LOTS SMALL
964-6918 pond, pool playhouse for kids, fenced Shop & Compare I 11 I i I furnished carpet T 10, cathedral *BUILDING LOT In town 5000.

3 Miles north of enjoy great privacy. Will split. Special: Insurance for ceiling gard.n tub delivered and *4 LOTS on Crosby Lake Canal. $18,000 for all.
Starke on US 301 : 4413--1 1/" acre, paved road l'/t Mobil.Home Parks set up. *COUNTRY SETTING 1'acre up to 3 acre lots. .
mile to town. Owner will finance. 11 All types of homeowners No money down to qualified *BEAUTIFUL LOT already cleared on Bessent Rd. Terms available from
Low down. policies for buyer. Assume payments of $239.93per owner.
I400--9 1/3 acre near Graham mobile homes. month. *TOP NOTCH LOT in prestigious development. Owner financing makes It

timberland, own.r financed low I Call for Quote Call Mr. Ford, 473-7237. easy to own..CORNER .
down. 9/19. 9/26 of Orang. ft Lafayette St. 200x355. Zon.d R2A.
: anet I411--3 BR 1 Ba, on 5* acres In Olin's Mobile *BEAUTIFUL 5 ACRE site, lake Butler, only 13750.

Lowt.)'. Ham. In excellent condition, BEAUTIFUL PASTURE LAND Brooker, 4 acres with lovely wooded ravine

Starling closed garage. Home Sales Steve BroadwayTREE which leads to a cool refreshing stream.FARMS .
1412-3 BR 1 Ba. on Market Rd. Appliances

R.altor cookout grill, many Extras Elaine M. Olin, Agent SERVICEIs ft ACREAGE
: \ here. Assume mtg. 120 ACRES 2 pullet houses plus all farm equipment needed to run farming
11 ACRES:W.ll; septic tank. 1405-3 BR 2 Bo block. CH/A, carpet Now horn.
964.5606Isr enterprise plus owner
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Ipond/open air barn. $33.500 lov.ly landscaped yard In town. Only | BROADWAY & WALTERS *COUNTRY BREEZES 20 acres minutes from US 301, easy owner financing.Buy .
( .-5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES $9,000 down. now for best price!

$25,000.Exc.ll.nt Terms. I399--3 BR 1 ba, corner f.nc.d yard, Removal *40 ACRES 39500. Don't pass up this bargain. Own.r must sell. Call today.
.4.87 ACRES: Well septic tank. 17x35< In town block, CH/2 air units, pricedat Complete Package Trimming *COUNTRY FRESH LIVING: on 9.5 acres with well and septic already for your
Talman pool fenced/cross-fenced./ .
$39,900.JI395Lav.l mobile ham.
trouble with *
Having coming up Removal
25.000. Stump
)' 2 BR home in country
*4 ACRES 225 A. $12,500. (enough money to buy a new home *
: Hwy On. acre parcel, many fruit trees, Firewood COMMERCIAL
I .5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. $12,500. workshop. Owner will finance. |and do your land Improvements *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on major 4-lan. Hwy. 301. Call for details.
-12 ACRE: Old farm house. Beautiful ,OFFICI SPACE FOR RENT I If you have good credit we can sell Free Estimate *GOOD OPPORTUNITY In restaurant business. See us for details

1 Oaks $32,300. you a new mobile home and completeI 473.4732 473-7679 *YOU'LL LOVE THIS BARGAIN: Comm.rclallocallon on Hwy 301. 22500.

I OLD BUILDING: In Lawtey $8500.00 ( Ask about our commercial In I I well pal., pump septic *PROVEN HIGH TRAFFIC AREA Hwy. 301. Nice newly remodeled bldg. and
tank In convenient payj j
monthly
one After 5 P.M.
I LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE vestments. Tell us who yaiLjKanU. 1 meat.Call. work area. Rear parking. Good terms available.
-50 Ac 50000. .. Keystone Heights *COMMERCIAL ACREAGE In town. 3 acres and 8 acres
)3BR 2BA Beaut land Scoped lot. SI.....Fl 32091 Mr. Ford at 4737237. NEW COMMERCIAL retail, professional units on Edwards Road availablesoon
." 19/19,9/26 lIcen
I 39500. Hwy 16 West G'.STROUT' )
'2BR 3BA In the Country 29900. "

.... REALTYINCOIfOIATSO. INVESTMENTS

((904))782-3931 RENT INVESTMENT PROPERTY or live In and rent 3 others, near school. A

P.O. Drawer M MOKII lot for the .
price.CHURCH
3O1 $. Lawt.,- 94-8931 47J-30M Sack Eourtnatj & Associates 3nc. STLi 2 story ham. with large versatile CB building. $66,000 for

I both.
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H MOBILE HOME LOTS *NICE HOME on Silver Lake:,You WATERFRONT should see this one.

NICE FRAME 2BR IBa on Crosby lake Canal. Ready to move Into.

HELP WANTED I HI From '/. acre to 2.5 acres. Newly opened section has _community Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR

water. These lot can be told complete with septic Sales Manager-Evenings 964-4048

Openings available for prior service military personnel In liii tank and power pole. REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene

the Naval Air Reserve Program In Jax. I DI From $41.00 per month Call for details. I. Faulkner 944-S142 Elise Johns 533-211
Susanne Kitchens 14-7430 lob Matthews 944-7281
available In patrol.
Ground' and flight -crew positions
Hardenbroak 473-784
964-752 tee
Lou
transport, helo and attack squadron. I VI Also, several Farm Home approved lots. Young '* *

Call collect 904.772-3351.for further Information. Carol Warner 944-4991. Property ManagerLee
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Starke Man Dies $1,000 worth of costume jewelry and in the Department of Corrections for ing under influence (DUD and driving Gregory Benjamin Taylor of Edwin Robert I Conklin of Starke
the showcase were taken, accordingto sexual battery will be returned to while license suspended, according Gainesville was arrested for DUI was arrested for carryng a concealed
From Gunshot Wound Investigator Don Denton. Bradford County for resentencing to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Sept. 22, according to Trooper weapon according to Patrolman
A :U-ycar-old Starke man died The arrest was made and the Oct. 7.The, Edwards was stopped for driving on Calvin Pace. His blood alcohol l con Michael Paris, He was released on
!from self-indicted, gunshot wound jewelry was recovered through the appellate court has ordered the wrong side of the road, his blood tent was .21 percent Taylor was additionally his own recognizance with bond set
to John combined efforts of Denton and In- Dougherty's resentencing alcohol content was ,25 percent. charged with improper at $500 for the Bradford charge but
20
Sept according Deputy:
Tillcy. vestigator Bob Aired of the Clay improper guidelines were utilize Bond was set at $650, he was released driver's license and improper tag was detained for Alachua county
County Sheriff's Office. when he was sentenced before Judge on his own recognizance for He released
The sheriff's department was called motorcycle. was who had a capias charging NVDL on
to the home of George Barton, Lebowitz remains in the Bradford Theron Yawn. Between the commission Van Harold Prescott of Starke was after a $455 surety bond was posted. Conklin. ,
who lived on SR-100 south near Hope County Jail under a ($4,000 bond. of the crime and Dougherty's arrested Sept. 21 for disorderly con-
sentencing, the state's sentencing duct, according to Patrolman John
Baptist Church, at 1:30: a.m. Barton
admitted to law enforcement officers Starke Man AccusedOf guidelines were changed calling fora Hodges and Sgt. Greg Nichols. HEARING TEST
he had shot, himself in the shorter sentence. Prescott was charged after he
chest with a .38 caliber pistol,according TakingIce MakerCoral Dougherty, 30, who had a Clear- threatened to harm another in- FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
water address, was a carnival dividual In the presence of the
to Investigator Don Denton. Everett Armington, Jr., 40,
worker at the Bradford authorities. He Hearing tests and Service
Barton was taken to Alachua of Starke was arrested Sept. 23 for County Fair was released after he our regular
General Hospital where he died during grand theft, according to. Deputy tery when of he a was 16-year-old accused of Lawtey sexual bat girl posted a $52.50 cash bond Center will be held on the 4th Friday of each
at 7:08: a.m. Eunice. '
surgery Sammy Armington alledgedly took a used April 6, 1984 at the fairgrounds., SENIORCITIZENS month from 9:00: a. m, to 12:00 at*

ice maker belonging to Wilbur Currently incarcerated at Polk KOCH'S DRUG STORE 166 W. Call Street.
Jr. Food Store Heath rand was set at $1,500. Arm- Correctional Institution, Dougherty
Burglary SolvedA ington remains in custody of the received 152 days jail credit for the who has trouble
Anyone understanding or
Bradford County Jail. time he served in Bradford County "The Lake House" a newly
21-year-old Clay County man The ice maker was recovered, Jail. opened retirement house Is has Nerve deafness should mark this date on
has been arrested for the burglary of
the Jr(Food Store on south CR-100 in said Eunice. Recent ArrestsIn now offering extra large their calendar and plan to attend. If married,

Bradford Larry Allen County.Lebowitz has been Man SentencedFor Bradford CountyThe waterfront rooms with all the both husband and wife should be present if

charged with burglary and grand Sexual BatteryWill following individuals in Bradford were arrested amenities. Absolutely beauti possible. Call the Pharmacy to set up an appointment -
theft after he identified the recently County
was as Be ResentencedJames fulmust see call Sandra at'
by local authorities. avoid
to
waiting.
individual who broke the glass in the
door and entered the food store Aug Patrick Dougherty Donald Thomas Edmark, 42, of 481.2797, Hawthorne.
30 During the 5 a.m. burglary, sentenced'Sept, 4, 1984 to 30 months Waldo was arrested Sept. 23 for driv. vzetatte 964-6757

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HOMES FOR SALE _CARS & TRUCKS CHRYSLER
_
1981 Ford Fairmont Wagon Air and STARKE
GOVERNMENT HOMES From $1, (U Power cruise control. Call 4963253. PLYMOUTH [CHRYSLER
I pair). Alto delinquent tax property. 9 26 Ifn tiair lanes
Call 805.687.6000. Ext. GH-1136 for Info .---- -- DODGE e
motlon. 8/29 8lpd 10/17 PERM & HAIRCUT :
HELP WANTEDSilk
MOBILE HOMES 30.00 1320 N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) 964.6081 PlymouthThe

Screening Instructor High School i
Cut
8 Gals $10
Guys
174 Echo 12'x60', two bedroom one diploma or in GED printing/silk, plus four screening years' experience industry. Us You'll Be Glad You Did :, :.. ..,., ,,.., ". :. :N, :11I' :' ',. :* '* ;*J .. I '.:' ..; ( ''N :*1 '
bath, central air furnished. $3.500. Try P H B HI>V HV BIJ* *B
Ability to communicate well. -
Call Powell's 4963377. Itpd. 9/26 Correc CALL NOW OR STOP BY
Teach Inmates at Cross City Home of
tional Institution Salary: $702.96. To
FOR RENT apply, contact Lake City Community Mon.-Sat. : 12-5 I

TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 32035 College((904)Rt.) 7 752-1822, Box 378 ext., Lake 313.City Equal, Fl. i -4645' Super Good Used Car Deals

opportunity employer 9/26 2tchg. 10/3 Nexxus Brands
RENTi Union 150 t
:
Main Street, Lake CountyTimes Butler Phon. Pick up Egg on brreder chicken farm. 737 S. Walnut St. Starke Just Ask Your
Neighbor.
Take CR-235
No calls please
496.2261 for Information tfn phone t.************************ ,.. .
towards Brooker from Lake Butler, __ __
Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished .
call 964.6385 or 4962751. $275 pass railroad Church, veer Road.right Gene on New Andrews River ::*.' ':,Ii!' .- :.\ .. (-N.' r : ,.. ''Iii ::* ,'it: \*. .. ..,. ,. '.. '. :
first, last, and Baptist
month security deposit
farm is on left 1 tpd 9/26
tfn/chg
Rent or Lease Form.rly Mary's Beauty We still have 7.50/0 Selected Models
Week
Final
Salon 415 S.E. Second Ave., lake Financing on ( )
Butler. Call 496-2293Doy( ), 496.0091
after 6 P.M. 9/26 2tpd. 10/1 Your Newest Suzuki Dealer
Room In prlvot. home'for congenial person

,4963087.non-s nok.r tfnPERSONAL, references required.Call Suzuki of StarkeU.S. 81 Monte Carlo 80 Buick Regal 80 Cadillac 0

Loaded 2 Dr., Loaded Diesel, 2 Door

SERVICES 301 South 964.6020 5800 5200 $3450

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NETTLES and pruning.TREE Also SERVICE firewood Tree ock removal and i" 78 Jeep Cherokee 77 Chevy PU 81 Chevy PU
for sale. Call Thomas Nettles
pin.4963823. fin 12/22 2 Dr., 4x4 Good Pickup 2,6 Diesel

',2950 16.5.0. $4850!
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OUT OF AREA '

LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO ::.rdl ,r ''"
PERTY If I don't have It. I'll find it.Just '. )' """ Chevy Celebrity 4 Dr., Low Miles Clean . . 6850t
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. "
496.2126 or 496.2903, .v... "YOUR
UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin GRAND OPENINGSeptember
land For Sale Approximately 3 acres.Portlcally .
wooded well and septic
tank, mobil. homes okay. Hal. and 27 and 28
Associates R.al Estate, Inc. Call Merit Nurmin 1985
496.3939 or 4623068. chg. tin

PRIZES GIVEN AWAY :(IIiIii
YARD SALE
FA-50 Motorcycle 1 Suzuki Helmet

Saturday September 28, 8 :30 A.M. till 5 e 2 Oil & Filter Change e. -,< _
P.M.. Shows Subdlvliion-S.W. 12th a dX ,x
Street. Wood dining table with 4 Come by and register for drawing
choirs; electric h.dg. trimmer; 4:00 September 28
Prizes to be given away p.m.
women's cloth., size 11 to 14; playpen
and many more Items. tpd. 9/26: FREE COKE & HOT DOGS
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Registered Quarter Horse Great Shop. ,"*-" JO ANN'S' (j jfi .b..

Call 496-2620, day or night. Dean '
Word. 9/19 4tpd. 10/10 ;; A Speciality Gift Shop f,0 :. a1,
Deluxe Zenith 25" Color TV In beautiful ::; U.S. 301 South Starke ;"
walnut cabinet, was $729.93 now .v !"

per$286.50 month.or take Interested up payment parties of make$24.65 a Carousel Bears... unusual & loveable = l::. "l"_: .. >d jn: ID::
.free call, coll.ct for Mr. White at i Come See the. Cheerleader Bears! Y rC( ; '" i
755-0945, betwen 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. ., .'
9/1941chg. 10/10 BEGINNING OCTOBER 2 WE WILL BE OPEN

Lumber dressed.TWxS'7x4'x8', treated treated $1.55 rough each$1.33, ON WEDNESDAYS FOR YOUR SHOPPING PLEASURE WALK. .IN WITH. $$750, AND WALK OUT WITH THE STORE.
each. 4'x4'x8' $3.50 each. 2'114'118'pr..ur.r.oted '<'"'' >
10.5:30 964.8547 Across from Norman's Market i
Limited call$1.65 each. You load. ................................................................. 1 M
supply 752.4166lakeClty( )
9/2641pd. 10/17 We're kidding about the
Whirlpool Electric Range Drop-In Type.
Prevent leaks before they cost big Ask
Good condition. $125. Call 496-3655 you money. I store of course but youll get .
/ Itpd. about our roof maintenance program. .' ,

Two Very Quarter Gentle.Horses Bridle On.and Shetland saddle.Pony.Call Michael Cole Owner ?r?. ',,;,'. a lot of extra goodies free '.. < ,

496-2713 After 6 P.M. Itchg. 9/26 when you buy $7.50 worth ; '
:3 Idrm Frame home, for sale by owner, :
central heat/air 3/8 acre city lot at 955 of Merle Norman cosmetics .: -
'5. lake Ave., Lake Butler. 496-2976. '

Dresser 9/263tpd two 10/10 chest of drawers, dining m ather Craft Roofl. We call them uEveIY ai ;;*

table, couch and chair. Call after 6 g" Favorites"-a collection of .
p.m. 496-2173. or 496-3798. 9/26

FREE ESTIMATES our four most popular prod- t:, 'r ( ,' .
INSURANCEMAINES
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INSURANCE AGENCY '160 S. Senior Citizen DiscountNew This offer
special
.Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. ., very .
,|Complete Insurance Service tfn Re-roof ) >, .
-- or AB Types Seal Coats M. ;. for products
.. '* Shingles 964-4111 ----- ------- --
-- & Water Proofing you'll use'ev- i -- ---.
Built Up ,
Need Tile ,. I Bring in this coupon to FREE I
i ; ery day comes I get your
Custom Residential Commerical Industrial V !-ft ,'iI' I Everyday Favorites Gift(Moisture Emulsion

t$ Draperies? along once in I [lei igp Luxiva Liquid Creme Foundation,Cafe' I .

Call Loma Stephens .. a blue moon I Rose Sheer BlushcrSatin Cinnamon Lipstick, I
496-2219 CYPRESS MULCH : I Blending Sponge) with a purchase of$7.50 r
::1T So snip out I This offer is good through! October 31,1985' I

'. & PINE BARKYou ," ,,0),' the coupon I while supplies last. One to a customer. I

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NEW WIDE | pick-up or'We deliver 1
Merle Norman
$500 DOWN | Minimum 3 yds on Delivery ----_-------________J I '

I If you qualify, we can sell you a CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING today; 118 S. Thompson Street
I new I/' wide for$500 down end man'Ihly f
| payment a* tow as $144.94 p.r 964-7355 .

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September26,1985 SKCTIOX Huge.: II

QPS Dinner Tuesday Prices In effect Wednesday .... "' Items Available At The
I'; f *,
At Western SteerThe September 25 through I,,1 \ J :, ..ply Family Centers

Saturday September 28 \V.1 Iteted Below. Only
annual .
QSP dinner will '
the Neighborhood meeting Oct.proceed .. .:( : :,(I,'" ,
1 at the Western Steer in Starke.The
1
dinner and training will start at 6
p.m. for Service Team, leaders, Rebate Coupons at '
assistants 'and/or QSP chairmen. Customer Service.Manufacturer's .
Please plan to attend. limits may apply. '
Most Girl Scout troops have rami enters
started their meetings in Bradford- Copyright tees TGftV Slots.Co y
Union Neighborhood.Not HOUSEHOLD
all troops are filled at this
time, so if you were unable to attend COMPANY
registration please contact Save this week
Neighborhood Chairman Joyce Sut- money durihsj" ourLLfiI
ton, 964-7784 or Carolyn Eaves,
964-5812, we have room for you.
The newest and youngest, Daisy
Girl Scouts, is for the kindergartnerand
two new troops are being form-
ed. If you would like to help with this
level or know a girl who would like to flat Ys
join please let us know.
Attending the Service Team Field
Conference at the Ramada Inn in
Mandarin in August were Laurie _
Mullins, Joyce, Carolyn, Mary _
Looney and Andrea Abrams. It wasa
good day,a delicious lunch and we GfJ Rnchor Hocking
came away with some good ideas for
the Scout year. We will be'tracking'

former Girl Scouts (drop outs and .. .=;
bridgers) to see why they fail to re- 'UO c..ocqu. .
register. Andrea is in charge of this U 1
project.
WelcomeWe

are delighted to have Ann
Davis returning as Brownie leaderof mr.llooJbor .
Troop 301. It looked like this troop
would not be able to start with the
other troops but Ann came to the
rescue, thanks.
Starke Elementary Cluster 3for 10
welcomes new Chairman Mary 4 $1 Your
Looney. Mary Is also leader of
ChoiceHersheys
Junior Troop 605, her assistant is Anchor __ for
Hocking Mlcroware for
Diane Moody. Cadette leaders are
Joyce and Carolyn. Senior Advisorsare today's cook. Choice of racks for aCaiptI 1 Candy Bars: plain milk
Laurie,Judy Dukes and Andrea. bacon, roasting or all-purpose use Mt K CN chocolate or with almonds, Kit Kat,
Working with the new Daisys will muffin pan, covered versatility pan, Mr. Goodbar or Reese's Peanut
be Lynne Foster and Cheryl Moss. divided dish, baking sheet or ring. Butter Cups.
New leaders in the Lake Butler
Cluster are Bobby Howell and Linda -
Reed working with Brownie Troop
622. Catherine Hicks is Cluster
Chairman.
Laurie is Cluster Chairman for .y '
Southside and Hampton. Brownie
leaders are Kathy Hobbs,Peg Trim Havoline
ble, Wanda Bolin and Karen Casey. Soft Scotties
Leaders for Junior Troop 614 are
Diane Tierney, Regina Price and 10-W-40 Tissues
Joan Whitehead. New Daisy leadersare -
Bonnie Ford and Patricia HAVOLINE
Rankin. Oil
:
Hampton Brownie Troop 161 leaderis 38.$2Scottles
Betsy Hersey. Leaders for the MOTOBOI _
Juniors are Debbie Broome and _
Beverly Padgett. Tissues are 2-ply
Lawtey Cluster Chairman is strong, 2-ply son. 200 white
Elizabeth Walker. Brownie leadersare tissues In a pretty decoratorbox.
Willie Mae Randolph and Penny .Stock up now during
Hunter. New Junior leaders are Con- t15. TG&Y's Dollar Days.
nie Hinman and Debbie Traylor.
RJE Cluster Chairman is also '1.14
Reg. qt.
Elizabeth. Brownie leaders are
Beulah Lennon and Barbara Reed.
Junior leaders are Elizabeth and
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Pam Griffin. ..
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.ftianks to all\ the returning "" 'Camay' Hair care with .... .. ..
I legs, we appreciate you and all
U1 :extra time you give. A warm Iszs' Beauty Soap Finesse MassenglH V 1 ''I'Ii
welcome to all new leaders, we hope e'er
you enjoy the scout year and. will ::..>> M
want to remain a Scout. ,?. $2 ; ....... IOa1N41C11.4Y.NIa $1 TWIn ?
forCamay each ....,,-'..:7'.. ::<'.:;-::... Pack i '
Do Own DivorcesOn
with Finesse Shampoo INESSE MassengillDisposable 1
Rise In Florida normal skin for or Conditioner FINESSE w.-.J { :

Critics predicted confusion and m" mula. The.soap with regular or ..__,...... .." Douche, country L ?
potential loss of rights for some of beautiful extra body for- .,OM flowers, mountain
divorce parties when Florida's new women. 4.75 oz. mula. 15 oz.each. --- herbs or vinegarand
MlxedNutsare
do-it-yourself divorce forms were e each. water. 2 $3
approved last year. But thousands of always a treat.
Floridians chose to use the new for 12 ounces.

documents in their first year, and ..-.. -
according to court officials the use
appears to be rising.In :
Bradford County, Deputy Clerk d rr
Beulah Moody reports a continual
increase in the number of people requesting 15.99 Sale Price "" "'"" Windex Glass
the forms. During -5.00 Mail-In Rebate' Cleaner Refill
September five divorces were -2.00 Bonus Rebate I
received through the use of the I
forms while 14 divorces were filed 8.99 Final Cost $1

by attorneys; __ ProctorSllexAutomatic )
The lawyerless procedure, aimedat
couples with no children nor Drip
Big, 32-ounce Refill .
Coffeemakerbrews 1lr U
disputed property, was approved by for your non-break-
the Supreme Court on May 3, 1984, up to 10
Windex
able bottle
and became effective June 1 of that cups. Reg. 18.99 00000 0 with trigger sprayer. Girls' Elderton

year.The forms require the couple to Special Ammonia-D 1 3 $2 Knit Panties In
list their assets and liabilities and formula. assorted prints.
how they will be divided, have no #4-15AL for Sizes 210.
children, swear their marriage is irretrievable -
broken and stipulatethat I

one of the spouses has been a -$1$2 Low Mail-In Price Rebate each El Boys'5pack ",
Florida resident for six months.
Court staff members handling the $A Final Cost
forms are allowed to answer ques- each e Tube Socks
tions about the forms,but not to give G.E. 3-way
legal advice.The judges hearing the Miser ht Bulb,
cases are also prohibited from ad- 50-135-185 watts. kK :
vising either of the divorcing. pair G.E. Miser 4- $4
about their rights. pack Light
The total costs for filing and using Bulbs 55, 70 or
the forms is$49.50 in Bradford Coun- 10 Long-wearing
95 watts.
ty. The initial cost for the packet is Ladles' Big Sweep Gown Orion blend
$5. There is a $35.50 filing fee, $6 Cinch Sak Tall In solids 100% Tubes with .
Hefty $ or prints.
final cclor
the assorted
notary feet and. $3 for
notice. Kitchen Bags with 0 nylon or brushedacetatenylon. striped tops.
The cost will be Increased as of October 88 13 gallon capacity, One size Sizes 6-8 or 811.
when the filing fee rises to a 10 per package. tits all. Reg. 8.99
$46.50, said Mrs. Moody. -
Once the couple meet the criteria _
and file they must wait 20 days to appear Men's Insulated
before Circuit Judge R. A.
Green, Jr. for a hearing. Windshield Leather BootsMen's Men's 3-palr
Washer Dress SocksMen's

301 LIQUORS Premix 1988"
I $ CRLQbJ

& LOUNGE I low RiceJ2pkga A $ 'a.-T-- Leather

-$1 Malian Rebate _
for Boots withGOOdyear

964-7771 Orlon Dress
U.S. 301 N. -
Final Cost weltconstructIon
O WindshieldWasher Socks In black
,
1 Mile North of Starke *4lfor2p4cgs.G.E. Pre-mlx, oll- navy, brown or
grey.
Decorative antl-freeze solvent bra resistant sole and 3 package.
Light Bulbs with detergent. thick Insulation. Sizes 1013.
LIVE assorted sizes 1 gallon. Sizes 712.
and shapes. Reg.28.99

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1 LB Bluegrass: Festival set Oct. 11-12 : ei

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The 7th Annual Lake Butler Berry $15 each for adult advance tickets 1
Blossom Bluegrass ,Festival has and $2 each for children's advance State Champion Bluegrass Band),
been set for Friday and Saturday tickets. Tickets will be mailed to Virginia Squires from Richmond
Va., Suwannee River Cloggers and
Oct. 11.12 at the Bluegrass Music you. Be sure to enclose your name S.J. Hall from Chiefland. James
Park 1 mile south on SR-121 in Lake and address.
"The Giant"Croft will be the
Butler. Weekend ticket holders will be masterof tr
Tickets' for the Friday performance treated to a free fish fry on Thursday Bring ceremonies.your lawn chairs or blanketsto
are$8 with the gates openingat night the Bluegrass park and enjoy the
music will be played on
5 p.m. and the music lasting until Gospel music.Trailer hookups, food
conces-
at 11 Sunday
Sunday beginning a.m.
midnight. Tickets for Saturday are
sions and arts and crafts will be
is free and to the
$10 with the show lasting from noon performance open available.No .
to midnight. Weekend advance public.Including.
the bill of fare for this alcoholic beverages, coolers or
on
.
tickets are $15 ($18 at the gate)
pets will be allowed in the concert
Tickets for children aged 8-12 are $1 musical banquet are: Jim & Jesse
per dn. from the Grand OleOpry,Beargrass area.
Deadline for advance tickets is Bluegrass from Naples, Flat Top .
Tuesday, Oct. 1. Write Lake Butler Travelers, Dixie Jubilees, The Pro :: .,,': ..' ,- "." :" :; : '" :-]
Bluegrass Festival,. Route 3, Box spectors from North Carolina, FLA.TWIN
THEATRE
712 Lake Butler,Fl.32054.and send BpA"hvlllA Rliipernss (1985 Florida
Starke 964.5451

I Melrose Art Show from page I STARTS FRIDAY

Overtone hundred 'artists and ,cones for the younger .set. The (e r
craftsmen and women will besetting Melrose Girl Scouts wil also featurea irq
their exhibits up in the school gymnasium Child Craft demonstration area for "8i {
and the tree-shaded area youngsters and their parents.The .
surrounding the gym,come"rain or variety of art on display at
shine" according to the sponsors this festival has impressed visitorsin (}(uLDROUm
who say adequate parking space will recent years, who have watchedthe
be available behind the gymnasiumfor show grow into an event eagerly
the outoftownguests. anticipated by artists and their Friday 7:10: 9:05:
Activities won't be limited to just public from not the Melrose- Sat, Sun. 5:10: 7:10.: 9:05: ,
browsing or buying however, there Keystone Heights area but also from Man. Tui. Wed Thur. 7:45: ,
will be a full range of art and craft Starke, Lake Butler, Palatka,
demonstrations going on throughout Hawthorne, Ocala and Gainesville. SCREEN 2I SATURDAY L'LLLIL Ifl 1
the afternoon and entertainment offered Artists will display rich oil paintings WIN 5
I continually up through closing delicate water-colors and + SEPT. 28, 1985 I
time. acrylics along with sculpture on a I I I II + $5000.00
The Melrose PTO will provide the variety of subjects along with practical 10 A.M. 1
refreshmentsincluding ham craftwork and needlework.For .
further information on the pMo ,A Staff on site from 9 am to chow property 4i
burgers and hotdogs, a bake sale, festival call Rosemary Daurer at t
soft drinks, coffee donuts and sno- 475.2413. -(", I

M M' M M M M VtV M M M eOMO OwO1'OAa Friday 7:00: 9:00: :"f4Do.:: i
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Sat., Sun. 5:00: 7:00.: 9:00: ...
C1 J.'s Mon TUI. Wed Thur. 7:30: ', I
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Featuring: I'
Starke 964.7484 ::.. .
& Sharon (Formerly from Fantastic Sam's of Gainesville) :1' /
Fri, Sat., Sun., Mon. '
J a EVERYONE WHO ATTENDS
A Calvin & Jotene Enterprise :: B RECEIVES A FREE TICKET.. _.
.StoLLoneRRMBO .. i .BRING THIS AD ft GET EXTRA! L
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Hwy. US 301 South Across from Norman's Market ..: '" ... J a NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO L
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15 mile north or GainesvilleS
''' 25.00 PLUS S mile north of LaCroaae, FL on Stale
Including haircut Road U I.then I mile couth on State
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Hold 48th ReunionTwentysix


r members of the BUS i in: 41 ii'Sfervntions included" the W: ,
tk Class of 1937 held its 48th class reunion class members.O. Denmark served
I 4 4r Saturday night at the SUirkfe us master of ceremonies and a
' i wv ) Golf and Country Clur moment of prayer! was: made (for the
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I ; 10 deceased members.: Madeline

: 37ii i Lush greenery of lerns, hanging Crosby Jones of LaMirada, Calif' ,
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,i 4t The dining tables were covered with A ,social hour was held: from 'five to
: white cloths and held place mats !seven o'clock with dinner being
a j / + K : that were printed with the class pic served: at 8 p.m.Following .
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of Lisa Yvonne
wedding
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I" at 7 p.m. in the First United p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, at Calvary
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v Methodist Church, Starke.
(Photo _hu. .R_..P.. ooou Mtl._.nlnn\.__.., All friends and relatives are In- Cherry and Madison St.

Left to right first row: Wlnfred Hazrn. Deloris Bloodworth Civils. Third row: Myrtice Killingsworth Dennis, Lois Moore Cox" Martile vited to attend.
Irene Davis Blaha. Eula Mae Dyal Smith Inus Prescott Bazar, Louree llemmingway Alexander Chester Moody, Lrola Norman; SponholU, .
Howard Edwards, Madeline Crosby Jones. Arlie Sponholtz Willis Smith.
Second row: Lois Judd Bennett S.G. Denmark Virginia Fugate Darby
Ethel Packham Jarrell Leitha Kelley Persinger, Ovid Lewis and Billy ArUoTd'Brown Jack Underhill, Albert Lee Crosby- AI Kay Carlisle! and
Powell. Social Side ,Club News


o/ the 'NoticesChurch Items

f' B-U Retired Teachers Meet in Lake ButlerOn News


Accompanied by Zeporah Barberat President Ruth Jenkins presidedover recording and reporting tne numberof WeddingsReceptions
Thursday morning, Sept. 19
Bradford-Union Retired TeacherslAssociation the piano, the group sang an old, the business session. hours of our volunteer service.He .
familiar hymn. Guest speaker was Charles Gadd, again, emphasized the Importance
met in the Methodist Parties
Educational Building in Lake An inspiring devotional was given District IV Director of Florida of encouraging all retired Gladys Mooty
Butler. Members enjoyed by Mamie Jo Douglas She pointedout Retired Educator's Association. He educators to become members of the 964-7608
refreshments served by hostesses ways to become a happy person discussed health insurance and the state and local units.
and related some interesting In- scholarship program. He reviewedthe
Mamie Jo Douglas, Blanche Brown
Ruth Jenkins and Blanche Howard. cidents from Norman Vincent requirements for the local units The next regular meeting will be ..
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Peale's writings. and stressed the importance of held in Starke on Nov. 21.Shirley : : ." .1


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I Items of Interest .



Starke Woman's Club The Edward AkridgesTo Melissa Williams,

Board Meets Oct. 2 Celebrate25th Robert FramptonTo

The executive board of the AnniversaryEdward Wed Dec. 20

Woman's Club of Starke will meet at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williamsof r
and Madge Akridge will Lysle
Oct. 2 at the
1 p.m. on Wednesday, Indoor
Hampton Lake announce the
celebrate their 25th wedding an- '
clubhouse.This and approaching mar .
at Saturday, engagement
niversary a reception
will be a business-only
luncheon will not te serv- Sept. 28, between 6 and 8 p.m. in the riage of their daughter, Melissa .
meeting; Blower UnitWith
Sylvia to Robert Thomas Frampton -
Madison
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Street Church. son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stuart l-
board are urged to attend this re- Baptist
of Starke.
All friends and relatives are in- Frampton
organizational meeting. The bride-elect is a dual-enrolled
vited to attend. Tranc Weather.trpnHeat Pump .
student at Santa Fa Community Col-- I- Johnson
lege. Mr. Frampton is a graduate of
John Dixon
Miss Martha Struth Bradford High School and is

Brunch HonoreeMiss SparkmanWynnReunion employed by Davis Express Inc.
The wedding will take place Dec. Shirley Johnson, IJIubll'ilur Sat ings: Start with a FREE Thine indoor
Martha Struth whose mar- Oct. 12 20, at 7 p.m. in Madison Street Bap-- buy un energMtning blower unit air handler, for pffrrtixr
riage to Douglas Johns will be an All family members and friendsare tist Church.All John P. DixonTo high efficientheal. air distribution.Add .
event of Oct. 11, was honored at anti third annual friends and relatives are in- Wed Oct. 20 n row Tram
invited to attend the .. '
a.m. brunch on Saturday Sept.21, in vited to attend.Pentecost. ; a new Wpathertron' high
the Annex room of the Chicken Fac- Sparkman-Wynn family reunion to Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Johnson,Jr., of FKKK blower unit I I I'rril'i.'nl'h.'at pump.
Restaurant. The brunch was be held at Goldhead Branch State Starke announce the engagementand Now you ran enjoy ....'.Ir : : 'i I!Ho.itsin i winter.ioolin I 5
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Carter Jr. Park on Saturday Oct. 12, at 12 noon ChurchSets' approaching marriage of their 'round comfort and.u'.ir' : l I Eununcr..eau'a On
Maxie
Mrs. ,
given by Pavilion 32. 'round .md"lIc I I iJ vnergall 1 long.AndthntmeansdolldrsmingYhat .
in daughter Shirley to John Dixon, son energy ) ) year
Hobbs Mrs. W.B. Mun- 5th
Mrs. James ServicesYou
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Hobbs Mrs.
Miss Darlene Betty
dy to bring a covered with rnrro/ aatingcondnrlforyrar5/ Am'ri..t'I..1 selling
requested invited
Anne Phillips, Ms. Ann Godwin and are to attend a Holy Mrs. Judy Hayes of Tampa. tocnmeo heal
Mrs. J.H. McClane. dish.For Ghose 5th Sunday meeting at the The wedding is planned for Sun- punts
additional information, please Evangelistic Pentecost Church at 1 in Calvary
arrived at day, Oct. 20, p m .
As the guests they were E. Chandler 5360 To gel'your FREE Trane"indoor blower unit tP model) purchase A Ttarw EM(WX model''S 1't 4 ton)01
Glenn ,
served orange from a round table contact 730 Pine Street Starke. Baptist Church, with a reception e.ocu"voWD models 3', 5 Ion)Wealheilion' Neal' Pump And mstdllAtion ten/iff > I ban heat pi-p
which held an arrangement of peach Redrac Street, Jacksonville Fla. Services will be conducted by Prophet following in the Fellowship Hall. and blower unit, 1 tram you'participating Trane dealer Purchase and,installation. .'u"I'o'Wwr: s..pt 12
silk flowers. 32205 or call 904-781-7263. S.D. James of the World-Wide Miss Johnson and Mr. Dixon are and November 1985

The head table was covered withan Evangelistic Association. Pastor is both 1979 graduates of Bradford llurr>', Quantities Limited...
Juliette Long. School. Mr. Dixon is enlisted in
cloth and centered High
Army/Navy Start Sat inOW: !
with a silk fall flower arrangement. : the Navy.
The side tables were covered with No invitations are being sent local-
white cloths and held garlands of ivy ly, but all friends and relatives are George Brown
with fall invited to attend.
and greenery interspersed COX APPLIANCES
flowers. Place cards marked the Heating & Air Cond.

seating arrangement for the 26 Did You Know........... .
guests. & AIR CONDITIONING 964.7731
The hostesses presented the G TRANE
honoree with the vegetable dish to Mrs Vera Smith of Orangeburg, S. Walnut Street
her chosen china pattern as a 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box) S.C. and Mrs. Oweid.i Kennedy of
memento of the occasion. Jacksonville were Sunday guests of Starke 50 million/
Open 9-6 954.7462 Mrs. Edna Wells and Mrs. Carolyn people frfkr1 comfort it

Harrell Reunion I WE HAVE MOVED I Redgrave.


Saturday, Oct. 5 W ashes > Dryer See J fags 4 y

The third reunion of the Joseph Co- '415p0 WASHER & 3S.Do
ly Harrell family is to be held on

Saturday, Oct. 5, in the Lakeside DRYER SALE e 11
Community Center in Lake Butler.A e
business meeting under the fee
direction of Henry Harrell is I Whirlpool Model LA7800XM Washing e

scheduled for 11 a.m. There will be a I Machine 2 Speed, 6 Cycle, Super
covered dish lunchat
bring-your-own Capacity, 18 Ibs., water add &
1 p.m. Bring enough food for your II
family and some to share with loadS selector

others. Matching Dryer Model LE7680XM e e
Ages participating in this reunion j
range from a few months to 93. cif
I Come and spend the day with the el Both for

i I Harrell clan. You will see red hair
black hair brown hair white hair,
thin hair, thick hair and no hair.: $80000
I Come and learn about the family. / / I M
I There is a large area where children
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can play. 'v
: Family genealogists Rhonda liar- -SPECIAL OFFER- r-------------- sl
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rell and Reita Barger will have an PC. Dinner ; PC. Bucket

with update a pictorial on the family history.history along 4-Function Digital I $2.79 I $8.49 I $7.99 IGet II I

Joseph Coly Harrell was born in Quartz Travel Alarm I I I II II I
Thomas County Ga. He married ', : 3 pieces of 'the Colonel s Onqmai I. Gel 9 pieces ol 1111 (t'nionri Onqmai tin I t'i! pit'u". ol the Colonel Original\
Nancy Holloway Sept. 23, 185, then t ,.RETAIL. I Recipe' or Extra Crispy Chicken I Recipe'" or (txlia" Oispy'' Tfin ken RrflPI' 01 Iwo Cnspy Y ChuKpn' loi I
moved south to Bradford County VALUE k mashed potatoes and gravy cole slaw large mashed pnl.itors' 1,111"l1.IVY\ I only' $i !91!' with this imippn (" 'IIIIi'"

round the 1860's. An old photograph -. $5.99 ..::::a.- I and I biscuit, 'for only $? 79 wttti this I large salad and 4 BiiHi'imilk' HIM! mis !good only loi rOl1lhll1..'"," while .1110 I
of Joseph and Nancy Harrell has coupon Coupon good only lot com for only $8 41 with this coupon I oidm and' may not hr iisrtl with any
been located,and 8x10 reproductionsof lot omlniulinn othci special olios I unit one PCI,
t white/dark Coupon good only
bmation orders and
this picture will be sold for$5 each 1L$149Features I j I be used with any other special m.tynot I while/daik oidi'is and may not In" I coupon Cii. tonii'i:' "pays ..illOIMH ..IPP"I'.II"I'I I

at the reunion. .,, offers limit, ? ppr coupon used with any other' spt'i, loll salt's 1.1. ,
information .If
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rells is encouraged to attend the reu- {" applicable sales tax pays
nion and/or contact Reita Barger include hour, B.. !' .'>J I OFFER EXPIRES! I able sales tax ,11'plIl'I I I
IIst.1under (; alarm ; October 8, 1985 OFFER EXPIRESOctotxn [
evenings or weekends (phone minute and settings .
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Urooker Fla.) Route I, Box plus display back lighting. '
1375, (Gainesville. Fla. 32609. (This alter good only al store (This otter good only al sloe (This Otto good only al tort
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II 1 ; St. Edward's Now,

Items of InterestGrace MOUNCI RENEW Meeting Held

-- G On Tuesday night. Sept. 10, a
Youth Bible Clubs RENEW
Whispering Pine Care Center of meeting was held at St.

Baptist Church Starke. .. Oct. 15, Oct. 17 Madeleine's Catholic Church in High

Gets a Facelift Receiving the gifts of love for the Andrew W Reinken Springs for Gainesville Deanery
home was the administrator Mr. Boys and girls first grade and up parishioners Father Joseph
Susan
The new sound system carpet and Pat Scanlin and of' the are invited to join one of the two and-ATKelnken of High Meehan, pastor, welcomed those attending -
back wall have all to the new, some patients Children's Bible Mission Bible Clubsto Point, N.C., announce the birth of a .

look of Grace Baptist Church; The The Outreach Ministry for the be held in the area for 1 hour after son, Andrew William Reinken born St. Augustine Diocesan RENEW

steeple should arrive near the end of 15 to the past school each week through March. September 19. coordinator, Mrs. Margaret McCul-
or more Home
September and then Griffis Loop each years goes between Beginning{ Tuesday, Oct. 15. the Maternal grandparents are June ly introduced the guest speaker,
Sunday 10-11(
will again hear the church chimes. share morning music mobile Children's Chapel will J. be and Bill Edwards of Kingsley Lake. Sister Susana, from Newark, N.J.
a.m. They Gospel
at Southside Paternal grandparents are Barbara Sister
The children's church will soon parked Elementary
.I God's Word and
and encouragement to from 2:10 to 3:20 and Bill Reinken of Miami. at a NavajReservation
.j begin its crafts projects the, the patients. The in return p.m. Thursday, periences
children patient's Oct. 17 it will be at Starke In Arizona and in 'Newark
are eager for this to begin. respond with love and realblessing Elemen- emphasized
The nominating committee would are a tary from 2:15 to 3:20 p.m. Stephanie Swindell the uniqueness of In- ...
to the Outreach
like to thank all the members who workers. The program includes singing, Bible Frank and Dawn Swindell of dividuals. She recommended Scrip-

came forth to fill the positions of the lessons on the story board, Starke announce the birth of a tural citations in human relationships -
church. Presenting the 'gifts of love on awards prizes, missionary daughter, Stephanie Nicole with God and one another.

: : Pastor Don 'Scheetz has just behalf of the. Outreach Ministrywere plus mailbox lessons to earn summer Swindell. Stephanie was born Sept. The meeting included prayer,
: started two studies: the Book ot Mrs.:,Tiny, O'Steen & Steven, camp for half fee. 13 at Alachua General Hospital. reflection and discussion.

Romans on Sundays and the Book of Mrs. Ida Lee Brown, Rich Mosley Each clubber MUST bring a per- Maternal grandparents are Mr. Attending the meeting from St.
Hebrews on Wednesday nights Mr:and Mrs. Harry Collier, Mr. ana mission slip signed by parent or, and Mrs. H. L. Schoening, Sr. of Edward's were: Dr. William Mar-
Mrs. Howard .Coleman, and Miss guardian. Slips are available at Starke. Maternal great grand- chese, St. Edward's RENEW Coordinator
Millie Dicandio. school office. Seating capacity of the parents are Mr and Mrs. G. Hen- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones,

Care Center Receives Children's Chapel is 35, so the first 35 man of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. N. Josephine Cumber, John Wadovsky, l-:

" Two Bird-Baths As Gift slips turned in to office will have Fairchild of Jackson, Michigan Jan Powell, Fran and Dolores Meng. lt

We pray God will ,bring much priority. The?club is sponsored by Paternal grandparents are Walter On Sunday, Sept. 15 the Small
On Sept. 24, the Stark' Church of pleasure and enjoyment to the patients CBM, a nondenominational program Swindell and the late Helen Swindellof Group Training Session for the Third

I God Nursing Home Outreach through the beauty of the birds in the area for over 30 years. Starke, Season of RENEW was held at St. UJ '"
Ministry presented two beautiful that will visit the bird baths. All those needing rides home Madeleine's Church.

.f bird-baths with two birds to the should be picked up promptly by The St. Edward's Parish RENEW
3:20 p.m. For more information call Shelley Jean Torode Team held a meeting in the parish

u Notices 473-4782. Mr. and Mrs. Carl William Torodeof hall on Wed., Sept. 18. .
Legal Kingsley Lake announce the birthof Sign-up Sunday for Season III of

a daughter, Shelley Jean, born RENEW will beheld this weekend. ".r.oiiu inrs.J.K.. Combs '
Lawtey 4-H Club Sept. 21 in Alachua General "Empowerment of the Holy Spirit"is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and failing same shall
ADVERTISEMENT Hospital.
the theme of this Season. Connie Truman
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be
OF FLORIDA. EIGHTH not considered.The VERIFICATIONFORM Elects Officers Maternal
grandparents are Rev.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN scope of this James Combs
selection is for the Lawtey 4-H Club held its first and Mrs. Norman Redding of Starke
AND FOR BRADFORD
This form documents and great grandmother is Mrs. Ben Wed Aug. 18
COUNTY FLORIDACos. renovation repair or that Suwannee River meeting of the year Thursday,Sept. Davis of St. Mark's Has "
construction of certain 5 with 17 boys and girls and five Pensacola. Paternal grandparents Dennis and Wanda Truman
Economic Council Inc., an-
No. 85-366-CA covered walkways for adults attending. are Mr. and Mrs. John Program on ,"I. Am the
for the JTPA Program nounce marriage of their
Torode of ,
Kingsley Lake.
Bradford County Schools.Selection submitted documents for 1985-86 officers elected were: Your Church"The daughter, Connie Marie, to James I:,.
IN RE: The Marriage Of of the three president, Stephanie vice
public knowledge of ; E Combs, all of Starke.
DAVID THOMAS best qualified firms shall employment opportunities president, Chris Redding; Women of St. Mark's met in Rev.David Hodges performed the ,
CLARK take place at 5 p.m., October to the Bradford secretary, Eric Redding; treasurer, PFC E. D. CrewsCompletes the Parish Hall on Wednesday, Sept. nuptials on Aug. 18 in Pine Valley
14, 1985, the
Husband, at Crawford 18 with Mrs. Flossie Prescott
County Telegraph and Misty ; reporter, Angle giving Congregational Holiness Church
School Board office,
582
and North Temple Avenue, that said Agency took Redding; chaplain, Mark King; Course the worship and devotional program Decorating the altar was an arrangement -
BOONRUAN Starke Florida. Negotiations appropriate action to Insure recreation leaders, Jason Howard, PFC Edward D. Crews, son of Ed reading from 1 Peter, and discussing of white and blue flowers
PAKDIPANYA WiU. CLARK with the best public knowledge of Danny Coleman; Sgt. at Arms, Dale and Joyce Crews of Lawtey, completed Ember Days in Pentecost. and ferns. ,
qualified firm shall take the employment opportunities Pendarvis and Linda Norman, Phase I, Operating Room Mrs. Herbert Thomas conductedthe Elaine Duncan of Sanderson .

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO place Immediately listed below: After a short discussion on projects Special at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. business meeting and announced presented a program of nuptial
: BOONRUAN thereafter TITLE: Program Director it was announced that Fred As an award for being in the top that the 95th Annual Meeting of the music,

PAKDIPANYA CLARK JIM DUNCAN, Job.Training PartnershipAct. and Clarence Pendarvis are in 5% of his class, he was assigned to Diocesan ECS will be held on Oct. 17 J. T. Tomlinson was best man and
Superintendent charge of the swine project this U.S. at St. Catherine's, Jacksonville. the ushers Warren
and
You are notified that Army Tripler Hospital in were Hodges .
Bradford Schools SALARY: $8.99 $1200per Minnie Redding is in of The program was on the subject "I
an action has b..n filedagainst County hour.LOC..TION. year. charge Honolulu, Hawaii for advance Lamar Griffis.
you 'and you are 9/263tchg 1010IN : Live Oak. gardening. operating room training. am Your Church" and discussion Dorothy Truman served her sisteras .
required to serve a copy GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Anyone ages 8-18 interested in 4-H Crews is a 1983 graduate of Brad- period followed. honor attendant.

" of your written defenses : Participate In are welcome to comethere's a project ford High School. A reception was held in Bradford

" If any to JAMES R. the planning process for for you.SSgt. Florist Wedding House.
:' FLYNN, ESQUIRE Peti all JTPA programs In the Did You Know........... The couple are residing in Starke. .'
tioner's Attorney whose
SREC area of responsibility -
. address Is 405 West T.D. Crews
THE CIRCUIT COUR1 coordinate programs \
Sat., Aug 7, Ruby and Bill Atwood,
Georgia Street Stark., OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL supervise staff, Air Force GraduateStaff Esau Bright, III Fronie Conner and Onie Thornton .
Florida, 32091,
on or CIRCUIT IN AND FOf comply with applicableJTPA Did You Know
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before October 16, 1985. BRADFORD COUNTY. instructions and Sgt. Timothy D. Crews, son Gets Army PromotionEsau went to Auburndale to visit Mr. and
Mrs. C.D. Sellers.On .
and file the original with of D. and Jack! Z. Crews of
FLORIDA policies. Doyle C. Bright III, son of Esau C. Aug. 8 Ruby and Bill Atwood
the Clerk of this Court
, either before service on DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Starke, has graduated from the Air Bright, Jr., of Lawtey,has been promoted continued to Tampa to visit with Mrs. Anne Rieske, Mrs. Beverly r
DIVISION : A cour-year college Force non-commissioned officer in the rank Blackshear, Ms. Hazel Richards,
Petitioner's Attorney ort PROBATE U.S. Army to the Carl and Patricia Hyman and boys,
J degree from an accredited leadership school at Charleston Air Mrs. Flossie Prescott Mrs. Gilbert
Immediately thereafter CASE NO. 85-76-CP of staff sergeant. while Fronie,Onie, Mary Sellers and ,
Institution. Four
11.3659 Force Base, S.C. Bright is an infantryman at Fort Brown Mrs. George Miller, Mrs.
or a default will be friend Lillie Devoe (from Virginia)
..1 years of supervisor experience The sergeant studied techniques of Stewart Ga. with the 24th T.C. Stallings and Mrs. Herbert
. entered against you for ,, In social work, Infantry went to Cottonwood in Dothan, Ala. :,
the relief demanded in IN RE: The Estate of administration leadership, management and super- Division On Aug. 18.19, they visited with Thomas attended the ECW Diocesan

the complaint or peti MINNIE M. REID, psychology counseling, vision. He is a 1978 graduate of Bradford Mr. and Mrs Keith Brockman in Open Board meeting on Thursday,

tion.WITNESS Deceased. or a related field; with He is a 1984 graduate of Bradford High School. Valdosta, returning back home on Sept. 19 at St. Anne's in Keystone I
my hand and NOTICE OF emphasis on public rela High School. the Aug. 20.CITY Heights where Fr. Fred Yerkes was "4
Seal of this Court onSeptember ADMINISTRATION the speaker
tions. Must abili- :
16, 1985. ty to communicate possess with --- .-....... -

i GILBERT S. BROWN The administration of the business and professional Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. Flossie
CLERK OF THE/ COURT the Estate of Minnie M. Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
community.
BRADFORD COUNTYBy Reid Deceased, File No. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS OF STARENOTICE Thomas attended the fish fry in

Beulah Moody D.C. 85-76-CP, 11-3659 Is : Automobile, Melrose, Saturday, Sept. 21 to raise
9/19 4tchg 10/10 pending In the Circuit valid Florida driver'slicense funds to rebuild the Parish Hall of

-.... Court for Bradford County automobile Insurance Trinity Church which was destroyedby
i Florida Probate Division -
and bondable. fire.
the address of
NOTICEOF Resident of the SREC, OFREFERENDUM
which Is Bradford County
Courthouse Post Office Inc. In service area 17 Duplicate Bridge Clubresultss
SHERIFF'S SALE TO APPLY: Submit a were: firstLora Francis
Drawer B, Starke,
Notice Is hereby given Florida, 32091. The resume to SREC, Inc., and Rhea Johnson; secondAllen
that I, Dolph E. Reddish names and addresses of P.O. Box 70 Live Oak, VOTEThe Brew and Yvonne Riechmann; and
as sheriff of Bradford Fla. 32060. thirdCecelia Terwillegar and Mar-
the Personal
Representative
County Florida, under CLOSING DATE: Sept 30, Thomson.
and the PersonalRepresentative's jorie
and by virtue of Writ of 1985.Suwannee.

Execution to-wit: are set forth attorney River Mr and Mrs. Amos Sanford of
Execution Issued out Economic Council Inc.,
below. Tavares visitors of Mr.
were Sunday
of County Court of Duval an Equal Opportunity
County Florida pursuantto All interested personsare Employer and Mrs. L.C. Early.Mr. .

a Final Judgement for required to file with Affirmative Action
Ferguson Enterprises, this court WITHIN THREE EmployerP.O. and Mrs. David Stafford and

Inc., and against W. V. MONTHS OF THE FIRST Box 70 of Starke children of Marysville, Calif., have
Florida will
Forsyth Jr., d/b/a For. PUBLICATION OF THIS Live Oak, Florida 32060 City soon moved to 614 N. Grand Street. Mr.
syth Plumbing, defen NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Itchg 9/26 Stafford is employed by Aero Corp.in .
' I dant. In the amount of against the estate and Lake City. Mrs. Stafford is the
4301.55 together with ((2)) any objection by an ADVERTISEMENT consider the enactment of a special daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGee

,I costs of collection. Interested person to VERIFICATIONFORM who have bought the T.H. Rahn
4 Have sailed and have whom notice was mailed home at 566 N. Walnut Street.
finance
: In my possession the that challenges the This form documents assessment against property to

following described personal validity of the will the that Suwannee River Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism visited

property to-wit: qualifications of the Personal Economic Council Inc., downtown The of Mr and Mi'x. Herb Johnson in

No.1977 TCL337B527488 GMC truck. VIN venue or Representative jurisdiction of, for the Conduct Program and Administration redevelopment in City Tallahassee on Friday and Saturday

,
1980 Ford Truck 1 ton, the court. ALL CLAIMS submitted documents for .
AND OBJECTIONS NOT Starke. The downtown redevelopmentplan
VIN no. F37GNGDO253. SO FILED WILL BE public knowledge ofmployment Mrs. Melba Hatton of Sneads is
23' Grlffcroft Boat, FL
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opportunities
relatives here to
3643 CM (built 1981)). FOREVER BARRED. to the Bradford visiting Thursday
Boat troller, Magic. Publication of this County Telegraph and includes funding for offstreet park- Wednesday.

Tilt Serial No. 1023544.As notice has begun on that said Agency took .'
September 19, 1985. James W. Weaver and daughter
the of the
property appropriate action to Insure
above named defendantand Attorney for Personal public knowledge of ing facilities. Christy of Atlanta and Byron Biedle ,

that on Monday the Representative: the employment opportunities of Titusville visited Mrs. Em- ..
14th day of October TERENCE M. BROWN listed below: maRene Weaver on Sunday.Mrs. .

1985; at 2:00: p.m. on P.A. TITLE: Program Director..
said the Post Office Drawer 40Stork. Neal Goss of Panama City ,
day on premisesof SALARY: $8.99 $12.00 )
the Bradford County ., Fla. 32091 per hour.LOCATION. and Mrs. Lee French of Umatilla ")
Jail Yard. I will offer for Telephone(904)964.8272( ) : Live Oak. Affected property owners shall have an were Tuesday and Wednesday (
sale and sell to the By: Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES guests of Mrs. W.B. Mundy.

highest bidder for cashIn : Responsible
hand the above TerToViol Representative for program planningand opportunity to vote on the redevelopmentplan Mrs. Margaret Jackson, Mrs. Em.
described property of : operation and maRene Weaver and Mathew and ;
said defendant to satisfythe EVELENA B. KITTLES supervision of operationfor Jeremy Scott visited Mr. and Mrs.

DOLPH aforesaid E. REDDISH Execution, Post Lowtey Office Fla.Box 32058 47 direct contracts client providing services by secret ballot on October 22, 1985, Park Mark on Jackson Saturday.and family in Orange

Sheriff 9/19 2tchg 9/26 within SREC' eight county -

Bradford County' Florida' service ar.a.DESIRABLE at Starke City Hall between the hours of Attending the Fall Board meeting "

9/194tchg 10/10 QUALIFICA- of the Florida Federation of "
TIONS: Bachelors Women's Club at the Sheraton-St.

; NOTICEOF TRANSFERIn degree in Business, Social,Administration 7:00: a.m. and 7:00: p.m. Absentee ballots Johns Place, Jacksonville, Saturdayto

.. INTENT TO ACQUIRE Monday from Women's Club of

E _= PROFESSIONALARCHITECTURAL Florida compliance Public Service with fields Sciences with, or course In related emphasis be obtained from the City Clerk of Starke: Evelyn Griffin, Lillian

Commission Rule on personnel may Stump Aurelia Byrd, Roxanne
SERVICES BYCOMPETITIVE tI Ruckdeschel( and Young.
254.05, Central business communications Betty
SELECTIONThe Telephone Company of and business I the of Starke during normal business From the Junior Woman's Club-
; Bradford County Florida (Centel) and Con- organliatlon. Four years City Debbie' Connaughton, Carolyn '/
Company administrative Autry Kitten Denmark Joan Hall
l is School Board Stark., tinental Telephone experience In ,
of the South (Con work. Any hours. Sandra Crawford and Beckie Jones. .
: Florida in accordancewith
Florida Statutes tlnental) hereby give equivalent combinationof
notice that they Intend to and and .
287.055 shall conduct education ex Mr. Mrs. Kevin Tillman and
competition In the file a joint petition to perience. son,John Ryan, have moved back to
open transfer all of Continen SPECIAL 'QUALIFICA-
selection of a Profeislonol Starke and are living at 602
tal's rights and obligations TIONS Bondable. valid
Architect. : Pinewood Drive after 3t years in
Selection shall be bated as a telephone Florida "drivers license, The assessment plat showing the area Goodyear, Arizona where Tillman
upon but not limited company In all of the territories vehicle Insurance 'and served with the Air Force.
served by Continental automobile. Must be a

to: capabilities of personnel; ,adequacy past Centel effective in Florida upon approval to. resident In-service of ar.a.TO the SREC. Inc. to be assessed the plans and specification Ann Thornton, Betty Allen and

record and experience, of the Florida Submit ,a Beverly McGee spent the weekendat
willingness to meet time I Public Service Commission resume APPLY to; SREC, Inc., Cocoa Beach and Orlando on a

and budget, location and requirements The joint petition P.O. Box 70, live Oak, .of the proposed redevelopment and buying Print trip Shop.for Allen Office Supply
will NOT propose a Florida 32060.CLOSING .
recent t current work change to any rates In DATE; Sept. 30 of the
loads. effect ,In the territory'c'urrently.rved 1985.Suwannee. plan, and the estimated cost improvements Burge Searing of Stone Mountain,
Those Individual. or by Corn ,, River I Ga.,. visited his mother, Mrs. E.A.

firms wishing consideration tinental. Economic Council, Inc., for' thepublicat Searing, Sunday to Tuesday.
who have not inspection by
"filed thel"pre.quallflc.llon l CENTRAL TELEPHONE an Equal Opportunity. are open
previously' '
.
forms COMPANY OF FLORIDA Employer Laura Belle Brown of Hampton is
CONTINENTALTELEPHONE Affirmative Action residing at Norma's Home on N.
with the Hall.
office COMPANYOF EmployerP.O. Starke City Walnut Street.
Superintendent's
Box 70
THE SOUTH
Invited do 9
are to so by
Fla. 32060
Live Oak.
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