Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Inside... "e Bradford COllI OCT 0 71985
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SECTION At 10 Pog. t

Outside. New. . . . . . J.3A
Editorial . . . . . 4A SINCE 1879
A cold front is expected to move into North Florida Saturday, Social N.wt. . .. . . .J.7A JIIIIII
Oct. 5, turning temperatures cooler behind the front. Indications Football Cont.it . . . .(AR.lcu.
are for the first real Fall air over the state in the next week. W..k . . . . .9A o-t
Temperatures are expected to dip into the 50s Sunday with the Sport. . . . .. . . IOA $4-00 13'-
highs from mid-to-upper 70s. ,(

Partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of rain is predicted Friday SECTION B: 12 Pqg.t 1 .I 10 O nt! ,i It j\) I\
and Saturday, with increasing cloudiness Saturday, clearing and Armory Dedication . .. . \l ) \,. \ d tt Or-_ f\.. ) \
turning coller Sunday. std.wolkDonc.r.. .. . . .1a'l l )\. \ J t'j'" 5 \ l.
The heavy rain Monday ranged from 1 to 3.75 inches around the Spoons Appointed. .. . . .4B 1 10J 6\S\ tL :'> 2

area. Thirty year rainfall average for September 5.46 inches, for 33 New Coi... 0..0. o. 0. .581C IJ \L\:. .
October 3.64 inches. Air Show 0 . . . . 78 11 impir- ,.. :,J I L JIIII\.
30-year average rainfall January-October is 49 inches. So far in Wanta Ada. . . .8-9,11 The J \ \ "
1985, some 47-49 inches of rain has been recorded in Bradford Coun N.wl Brl.fl, 10 Sweetest Strawberries ....its Side of Heaven

ty. Area D.othl, (28 107th Year STARKEFLOItIUA 25 Cents Copy

IIJIJI 11th Issue Thursday,October 3, 1985 USPS 062.700
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..j:' Worflt noting y -Yt r $4.48 Million w- .

'IJ'I Farm Bureau Meet.
.. t

The annual membership meeting Set
.: of the Bradford County Farm Budget
J Bureau is set today (Thursday
Oct. 3) at 7 p.m.
The meeting will begin with a
I covered dish supper in the main
building at the Bradford County
,h' fairgrounds. President James f For
tend.Gaskins urges all members to at- f rN County

1: Last Chance... -
: A $4,48 million budget for fiscal Commissioner Lawrence Mosley
:1 Today (Thursday, Oct. 3) is the 85-86 was given final approval Mon- says the board needs to do
last chance to get a free blood B v day, Sept. 30, by the Bradford Coun- something about the annually recur-
pressure check, cholesterol and v r mwA.fWW ty Commission meeting for the second ring: five percent salary raises."
glucose screening at Bradford and final public hearing on the Clerk Gib Brown says that pro-
Hospital.The new spending bill.
bablyon't be a problem next
screenings will be held from Not a single taxpayer appeared to Mosley doubts the problem will year.
3:30: to 5:30: p.m. in the hospital comment at either the first or se- away. go

":, library. cond public hearing required by Commissioner Mosley prefers
;: state law on the budget. Final approval priority raises for employees who

Courses Still Open...? was also given on the 85-86 perform. If an employee; doesn't do a
revenue sharing and the pro- good job, he doesn t deserve a salary
The Community Education Program perty tax levy. increase every year, contends
a part of the Bradford Coun- The new budget carries a 9.322 Mosley.

ty school system, is still taking applications millage rate. The $330,000 in federal revenue
for Cake Decorating, No changes were made in the sharing funds is all used for basic
',. Hunter Safety and Powder Puff budget Monday night. services, Farnsworth has pointedout

Mechanics. such as the jail and sheriff's of-
:-' Call the Bradford-Union The county is not increasing pro- fice.

Vocational-Technical Center, phone perty taxes. The 9.322 mills, down
964-6150, for more information. from 9.7 mills, is the rollback rate The commission has discussed
certified by Property Appr.-ser'
charging fees to support the servicesthe
Gator QB Club... Jimmy Alvarez to bring in the same county provides, such as gar
Y 5 amount of tax dollars the
Speaker at the Gator Quarterback H county bage disposal, emergency medical
3V received in fiscal 8485. Property treatment, and fire protection.
Club meeting tonight (Thurs ..
I taxes currently make up only 34 per Combining the radio dispatching
day, Oct. 3)) will be UF Receiver
Coach Mike Heimerdinger. cent of the county budget. service of the city and county, which
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. School Spirit... $677,000 in carryover funds, would result in a $50,000 savings to
Coach however t I money the county has on hand and each, would be another cut in the
Ileimerdinger, ,
The percussion section of the BUS
:.Marching Band won't be recurring next year, was budget deficit.
cannot be present until 8:20: p.m. uus! realty' cooking" Friday night! as the Tornadoespinned used to balance the 1985-86 spending The county can raise

.. arriving.Rip and will.speak immediately after a big loss on West Nassau.Members bill. In other words, expected 85-86 $120,000 by levying the full 10 mills some of

-' : of the annual income of the county is taxes allowed by law.
O'Steen leads the membership ""cliollllldutle ( from left: Shan property
Tucker $677,000 less than the budget, whichis The proposed new spending bill is
'X' drive with 9 new Gato QB'ers non Reggie { 1'I111anll Jelf Adams.At .
balanced by using funds on hand.It .
up $317,664 over the total 84-85
.,.' signed. t .: lower left M.ijorette: Donna P.irudo cuts a pret- means that next year to fund the budget, mostly because of the five
Square Dance... t> picture as she put on a da//ling displa at same exact budget the county will percent pay raises, increased expenses -
+ halftime lower right! 'heel-leaders (from the have to come up with an additional in the sheriff's budget, and
;.\ This Saturday, Oct. 5, is a first 1r front) Polly Griffin. Erika Oriien, Shiljn Chaff and $677,000 in revenue. If the current other smaller increases.
Saturday of the month and you can ti ww Ti-iici Kowan entertain the crowd with a dance $330,000 federal revenue sharing Jail expenditures could climb

square dance at the Kingsley Lake S routine.\ funds are cut, as is predicted, county another $80,000 if the state Depart-
Civic Center: \ -w I ,f commissioners will have to find an ment of Corrections (DOC) requiresthe
5:30: p.m., covered dish supper. additional $1 million in new revenue county to hire 10 new jail
6:30: p.m. workshop ,. 11ri sources to balance next year's employees. DOC wants the jail to
8 p.m., mainstream square budget at $-1.4 million, or drasticallycut have round the clock duty for both
dance. expenditures. women and men jailers. Plus, the
Caller: Ken Perez. "Unless we get lucky, like we did DOC also says the correctional of
this year, and income is more than ficers cannot also act as dispat-
,,0 Post 56 Work Day.. anticipated, the budget will be short chers, as they currently do.
next year," CPA Farnsworth has The the
county is protesting DOC
The second of two American
$ warned the commission.
lie sug- order Tallahassee
legally through a
Legion Post :j6 has work days is set
the commission
gests begin immediately attorney who works for the Florida
on Sept. 28.Legionaires.
looking to new revenue Sheriff's Association and is familiar
are urged to
par- sources. with such DOC orders
ticipate, says Commander Robert
L Brown Jr. _
Go to Spain?
Merit School Plan
Interested in studying abroad this
There will be an informative
orientation meeting at 7 p.m. next )

Thursday, Oct. 10, in the BHS ( \ t for DistrictAn
library on a trip to Spain next sum- Sought
mer. The program is open to high r
school students and adults. Any student I' _
parent, or interested party is ix application to the state Depart- If not teaching in a merit school,
welcome to attend, says BHS I.4 t ment of Education to have a Merit the teacher could still participate in
Spanish Instructor Ronald Reagan. V 1 School Plan was approved Monday, two other parts of the quality incen-
For further information, contactMr. + fAA Sept. 30, by the Bradford School tive program:
Reagan, phone 9614424. Board.
The merit school plan has three -A tuition reimbursement plan for
Day Care Openings... facets, all based on a point system. which an instructor qualifies if
Care Centeris Teachers could benefit monetarily if he/she has eight semester hours of
The Community Day they teach in a merit school. The
children and college work in field and at a stan-
now accepting new amount of
money a teacher would
there Is no enrollment fee. receive is not known. (see Merit Schools..p.2.\: )
The center provides care and
early learning skills to prepare

children ministered for by kindgarten.the Bradford-Union It is ad- New State Laws Go Into Effect...

Guidance Clinic and is funded and
monitored by the Department of

Health(HRS).and The Rehabilitative center accepts Services children those Dedicated Smokers
2-5 years of age. It is open Monday Getting Tougher for
Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.
Fees are based on family income
and size. whether smoke not'T1d sr declared.:- cal window and increase the severity of In- *Add a $2.50 surcharge to the cost of a birth
we or
is the questionand -
To puff, or not to puttthat
For more information, call I if so, where? Brown said that a memo would be sent to jury to occupants. record, with proceeds being used to prevent
Johns child abuse. ;
Director Debra
each courthouse official advising them to post
Parmenter, phone 9646794. a designated area for smoking. Courthouse *Subject bicycle riders, age 15 and older,
Courthouse custodian Herbert Norman was corridors, rest rooms, and the county com- Trucks weighing less than 2,000 pounds may to the same fines as motorists for traffic
Join Explorers... busy Wednesday rounding up No Smoking mission meeting room are "off limit" areas, not have bumpers any higher than 24 inches violations- increase of 300 percent to 800
signs following a County Commission decision off the ground, according to the new law.Max-
as courtrooms already were. percent.
Are you interested in Emergency Monday night complying with Florida's new imum heights for trucks weighing 2,000 to
Medicine? Explorer Post Indoor Clean Air Act which bans smoking in 3,000 pounds is set at 27 inches, and 28 inches
460 with comeJoin public buildings except in designated areas. for heavier trucks. .Increase the civil penalties for non-
Emergency Services. Each county official will be notified to The New Law... oriminal: traffic infraction for a parent or
with doctors, designate a certain area in his or her office leave child 5 or
You will be working guardian to a age younger
The law states that "No said enforcement
where smoking would be allowed if so new specifically Sheriff Dolph Reddish than
paramedics, nurses, EMT's, am- alone in a motor vehicle for more
desired. person may smoke in a public place or at a the new law would be the responsibility of all
':.; bulances and hospital emergency public meeting except in designated smoking law agencies, including the sheriff's office, minutes.
rooms. areas." Public places referred to in the law departments, and the
t Registration night is set for Grand October School Supt. Jim Duncan said Monday nighthe include government buildings, elevators, municipal Florida Highway police Patrol. Reddish said he *Forbid cemeteries from being exclusive
; 14 at 5 p.m. at 812 N. had an interpretation of the new law from hospitals, nursing homes, educational welcomed the new law since the jacking-up sellers or installers of monuments or

Street in Starke.for further informa- the Department of Education. Board member facilities; libraries, jury rooms, museums, process causes a vehicle to become topheavy gravestones for their lot owners.
Call 964-5317 Rodney Hall said smoking area signs shouldbe theaters, auditoriums, indoor arenas, retail and makes it more vulnerable to accidents.
tion. established. Supt. Duncan said adults at stores, transportation systems, rest rooms, *Section 320.0706 Florida Statutes has been
the vo-tech center will be the main students and drinking fountain areas, and restaurantswith amended to require the owner of any true* .
Upcoming... of more than 50 trucks can represent a total Investment of more than 5,000 pounds OR -
affected. Smoking has been prohibited at the a seating capacity peopie. Jacked-up of with a net weight Ii
The Board of Governors of the high school except in designated areas. of$15,000 or more, with; a good sPot any truck-tractor to display the registration
for $600 or
Bradford-Starke Chamber of Com- Starke commissioners, meeting Tuesday super-wide tires and rims selling license plate on the front of the truck. .

merce will meet today (Thursday, night, were told Clerk Neil Tucker will form a more. was
Oct. 3) ats 12:30: p.m. in the board committee and designate smoking areas for The new la'.", which went into Oct. \,
room of the new Starke Center of all city properties. Tucker said he will first Jacked-Up Trucks Hit... Other changes in Florida laws, effective passed by the Florida Legislature, accordingto
Santa Fe Community College. consult with city attorney Terry Brown aboutan New rules regulating bumper heights on Tuesday, included measures to: new reports, because so many times mud the
The Lawtey city commission interpretation of the new law. jacked-up pick-up trucks also went into effect license plates would be coverved with
Make it third-degree felony to possess and illegible. However, no tag on the back will
will meet Monday, Oct. 7. at 7:30: October 1. a
in city hall, its regular monthly child pornography. be a problem for pursuing law enforcement
officials it has been pointed out. It has been
meeting.The Right to Smoke... high-wheeled trucksto
The new law,requiring the Legislature redress this problem
Brooker city commissionwill the smoker the their followed reports by predicted
Lawrence Mosley, only on bumpers .
misdemeanor for except in its 1985 session.I
meet Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 8.p.m. County Commission,: said he believes the new state highway officials that high-rise *Make it a anyone guardianto
in city hall. unconstitutional the had caused at least 18 traffic deaths a pharmacist,doctor, parent or
law is taking away bumpers to under were reportedly a problem to
sell hypodermic: syringes anyone ne dirty tags
The Hampton city commissionwill rights of taxpaying smokers. "We're paying and four serious injuries on Florida highwaysin at weigh-in stations
furnish officials checking tags
also to sell deliver or products
meet Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m. 16 cents tax on each pack of cigarettes and recent years. In a collision, officers say a 18; clove,cigarettes to minors. and change was made at their request.
in city hall. have the right as an individual to decide high bumper can crash through a standard.. or

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH October 3.1985

I Commissioner..". Schaeffer Is New Mayor- I

Veteran councilman Charles 58, is beginning his 7th term on the with no discussion, was 5-0. It was beginning his eighth term on the and all current city police officers.
Schaefer' is Starke's mayor- council and his fifth year, not consecutive been the custom of the city commis- council and is its senior member. Zoning and recreation board ap-
commissioner for a year,until Oct.1 as mayor-commissioner' sion in recent years to pass the Clerk Tucker is beginning his third pointments wire put off at the sug-
1986 in a unanimous 5-0 vote with no Schaefer was last chairman of the chairmanship around. Commissioner term as clerk Police Chief Jimmy gestion of Commissioner Silcox until ?gas
other(. omln ted.' council in 1980.Before that he served. Woods who has never been Bowen his 7th term as police chie the next meeting set Oct. 15, to give
Commissioners Schaefer> >and Very< three straight years as chairman.. mayor declined to be mayor- None was opposed his bid for reelection commissioners time to see if the
non Silcox City Clerk Nell Tucker, "(1' commissioner. this year. non-paid board members want to .
and Police 'Chief Jimmy,Bowen all! ;1 .,1':1':, Commissioner Woods was elected continue. 3"
took oaths Tuesday,,night Oct. 1,for j Outgoing i J: mayor Bobby Biggs vice-mayor, succeeding Commis- Next year three commissioners
new:two-year;terms of,,office in the ; nominated Commissioner, Schaeferfor sioner Silcox, in another quiet 5-0 In other reorganization action, the Bobby Biggs Jimmy Crosby and
board's annual reorgani tion. '. mayor; Commissioner Travis vote. council reappointed city attorney Travis Woods will be up for re-
Mayor-Commissioner*Schaefer Woods seconded and the quick vote, Commissioner Vernon Silcox is .Terry Brown, surveyor Pat Welch election.


I Tax Assessment Protest for Bowling .Alley Gets NowhereWithout I

documentation that the bowling- alley equipment and $237,000 and in a 32 lane facility at that a house can be worth more in School Board Members Rodney Hall j'\lI

$ 00,000 of bowling equipment was property value. 284000. one place than another.'. and Len Schlofman. Alvarez agreedthe
gone from Starke Lanes before Jan. Dr. Bishai claimed the 30-year-old Bishai also claimed the value of Fair market value is the key, board members were correct
1, the Bradford Board of Adjustment equipment now being used in Starke. the Starke Lanes building to .be pointed out the board about the key what a willing buyer
refused to yield.In Lanes was there as of Jan. 1 is worth $375,000 not$525,473: as the property members who adjustment would give a willing seller. Charles SchaeferNew
fact, the live member board only$40,000,not the$200,000 that Appraiser appraisal claimed. Bishai presenteda sioners E.W. Hodges Maxie CarterJr. "You're killing this business" Mayor-Commissioner
which meets annually to consider Alvarez had assessed. $300,000 contract to erect the ., and E.L. (Nook) Norman and said Dr. Bishai in departing.
petitions to lower property tax Bishai said the new automatic and building but admitted it excluded
assessments, the Board of Adjust- computerized equipment, originally some items/:such as plumbing air-
ment backed up Property Appraiser installed in Starke Lanes and on conditioning and some paneling.
Jimmy Alvarez all the way. 1985 which Alvarez levied, is, worth The Starke Lanes building was a r
seemed to be the year the assess 200000. But Dr. Bishai said the new erected as cheaply as possible to LORIDA r
ment for property value equipment was moved to a new keep costs down, said Bishai.
assessments on all the local apart- bowling alley in Tallahassee and the Alvarez contends the building is PEST ;
ment houses to be protested but no used equipment installed in Starke worth $525,473, the assessed value. '' r r
owner actually showed up and no Lanes prior to Jan. 1. Alvarez said he will find a buyer for ONTROL ,,, e .
assessment lowered. the building if Dr. Bishai would take' rt.atncat.ro.
was _
Alvarez didn't waiver from his $375.000 for it. 1539 E. Call St. Starke 964.5745 |
Only Dr. Samy F. Bishai of position that the more expensive
St.Augustine the owner of Starke equipment was in Starke Lanes as of "Many things can enter into con \. .
Lanes and several other bowling Jan. 1. Alvarez also said he'd checked struction costs, but the value of a !I iiiimii= Now is the Time to You Can Have a Rich Green
alleys in Tallahassee, Palatka, and other bowling alleys of comparable (completed) building is a lot less
St.Augustine, showed up to protesthis size, and that equipment in subjective" said Appraiser : Mulch Shrubs & Roses Grass All Winter

property assessments, both on one 25 lane facility was valued at Alvarez. Example Alvarez said, is D to Help Them thru the Plant Rye Grass Seed

.I) I. Winter. It Looks Good Too! ,, 5-8 Ibs. per 1,000 sq. ft. of
** established lawns

. Merit School Plan Submitted... Pine VMHRB Mulch 2 cu. n.KB,. 2.79 . . Sale 199! IGRS.sUP
10-12 Ibs. for 1,000 sq. ft.

(from page IA) Accepted the resignation of BHS policies for administrators, and look Pine Nuggets2cu.it.Reg.3.29 . Sale 249 of bare ground
instructor Jimmie at a safety survey.
social studies
dard a recognized math teacher institution.taking coursesin In this Blackmon who quit after school Cypress Mulch30Iba.R. .3.29.. . Sale 249 1 Lb.37c 50 lb. bag 1299
way told
started rather than reject the -Was by Board Member Len
math could have his tuition paid
and institute Schlofman that $250,000 is being Included
for back to school to earn a
in the House AppropriationsBill
disciplinary action which had been
master's degree for instance.A contemplated by the administration. by Rep. George Cry D-Yulee, HEATER TRADEINThat's
Supt. Duncan changed his recom- to refurbish the BHS auditorium fora
job incentive attendance
program mendation, he said after Blackmoncame community center.Schlofman said
under which a teacher not absent -
he will ask Sen. Bill
in to talk the situation over
during more their than 196-day three contract working could days with the assistant superintendentDewey D-Madison the, Senate.to sheppard the fundthrough Right! This Week You Can Trade-In Any Portable Kerosene Heater, UL

participate in a state supplied cerned McKinney.the amount The of problem Blackmon'spay con- Regardless of f Condition, on a New Toyostove Heater, made by the ,

monetary fund. Supt. Jim Duncan check when it arrived Sept. 15, -Was told by Supt.Duncan that the World's No..1 Maker. __ 'Fif' "'
said that last year 2,300 employee Duncan said. There was no reason contract with Cheesbro Roofing Co. I. 1IIIo"JI'.V''
days of work were missed an of Ormond Beach is a five contract ;tS'J 1
for the teacher to be placed on continuing year .. ,_ _
average of Bait or 9 days per teacher. contract Duncan said. ,not a two year one as thought, rrl.
Object would be to lessen and has not expired. Repairs on the ; vi

absenteeism.. Set a workshop for 7 p.m. Oct. 14, leaking middle school roof, under I1 '1
a Monday, to discuss: a policy on warranty to Cheesbro, are going to $1000Trade .opi u I
A teacher in a merit school could h I
AIDS, consider appointment of a be made by the company, Duncan -In
participate in all three ,
programs said.
and thus benefit monetarily in three school board architect, residence (Even if it doesn't work) ,

different ways. .- ....---- ... ...- 1
All three of the above programsare e.
part of the merit school plan. -
The Bradford school district did not GATOR BRAND OF MODEL H OUTSTANDING QUALITYON
have a merit school plan this past
year. A plan was written and almost Headquarters ANEW 1 h We have 9 quality Toyostove models to choose
passed but fell apart before the 'M from, Including the DOUBLE CLEAN,,, HEATER
school board. ,TOYOSTOVE, ,the cleanest burning heater In the world
The amount of money to be divided for .
wouldbe '. .' : ,
winners this
among year
at least $12,000 in the Bradford 14 Kt GoldJewelry .'. Toyostove Portable Heaters "
district says Supt. Jim Duncan.In Sizes 8400 to 22,700 BTUs
addition a teacher can competeto 1 Bigger :
become a merit teacher, a different Depend on Size
Charms tirringi. rings
from the merit
program Prices from $9.95 Model& Condition Key Now5995..18995HEATER
school plan, under a program
established last year. Twelve Brad Also Cater P.rty'Suppll..
ford teachers were declared merit
teachers for the 84-85 term and will 104 W. Call Street
receive a$3,000 salary boost as such. Downtown Starke TUNE-UP SPECIAL
Many teachers did not apply to be 964-7271 9 9
merit teachers last year, however.In M-F 9:30-500: ; Sat. 92STAJ'T' We'll Install new wick& Ignitor coil& check safety mechanism on any Kero-Sun 1 9

I or Toyostove heater,during October, for ONLY

other Sept. 30 action, the school

Approved a salary supplement ,
schedule for personnel in athletics 'Jewelry(((23.Gift ".
and other extra curricular activities
such as band student council, Gallery inc.

chorus, yearbook ROTC, high-Q
and cheerleader .............
team, sponsors. .. ... .......... .
"- _
The schedule had been delayed by
the board because earlier it did not Lis
show equal salary increases for all 50th
personnel. Supt. Duncan explainedthat Happy Anniversary
a federal inspector under Title 9

of the Elementary and Secondary October 2 1935 to October 2 1985 }
Education Act established a respon- :-..
sibility index for each activity, s 1
without regard to sex. A complaintwas EVA BORROR e U
made that a female coach did
not receive as much supplement as
male coaches doing the same level 50 wonderful years of happiness married to a

job.Duncan wonderful woman.
said the federal -i
inspector's recommendations were YOU CAN AFFORDEV3ICD3EB.3M -
followed but did not apply to all Love, Elwood

cases.The school board wanted each ---,.......-- I *MIP19575R14 I
title to reflect the same increase, -- :.
and had it to reflect that.
so changed |
The federal regulator went along OCTOBER SPECIALSPanasonic 72.95 P215/75R15 82.95 i

with classifying some sports as major L P205/7R14 77.95 P225/75R15 '85.95 ,
and other as minor,Duncan said. CZ9QJ Receiver _
with remote control!. P205/7SR15 '78.95 JP235/75R15 88.95] '

MTI 2800A Motor Drive, 100* LNA

Lunch Menus 6 ft. dish, 100' of all cables WHITE WALLS WITH TRADE TUBELESS (IM 's sathuBPLm

Oct.7Oct.11 Completely Installed 169500

Bradford Elem.&Middle School Panasonic C2003: Receiver Control' zX ... ;
Monday: Chicken 4 noodles, cheese atix buttered MTI 2800A Motor Drive, 100 LNA
cookie, biaculta,
green peas peaches
honey milk.Tundayi While Supplies Last 10' dish, 100- of all cables
Beef-ve ellbJe soup c"lout., RO-10 Receiver .
Ampflca Installed'
,garden salad. ,chocolate cake milk. Completely 199500Panasonic I -
Wednesday: Hamburger gravy, mil bed I, 10' Dish, 100* LNA S. T". M i
t toe*gravy,turnip greena,fruit Jello,corn 100' of all cables C2000 Receiver .5-" _
bread,milk _
with control
Thursday: Cuban .sandwich baked beam cole Completely Installed 1195 remote
.I.w.peaches milk. PS3000 Delux I Antenna Positioner I I t
Friday.: TEACHER PLANNING DAY. Schools Regency SR-5000 Receiver 100* INA, \ff Antenna -

Bradford High School 100* LNA 100' of all cables '2295" t FRONT ar 2 REAR IflAaSM [ saw M Casa SMSM -
Compjeiejy! Installed ..,* rsei MMSi ear JiJ' maaiimift iY.srayMB.sb..
Completely Installed '1395 i i s/4Ya....tararsa.gra, -.............
Spaghetti w/meat aaucle chase STS Receiver ft, Motor Drive .
Monday .......,.. $
SSsesszs _.
garden salad. ,hot rolU apple crisp chew milk tout, AmpHca RO-10 Receiver 100 LNB, Janell 10" Dark Star Dish100'of "a- --u $1395

Tuesday pear halve*Beef-vegetable,brownie milk.Wed.esday .soup. 6 ft. Fiberglass Dish, 100* LNA all cables klMMipaisaiMM.* =...:.. wan1M eMlOa. eel j$4995
Hamburger on bun,lettuce,tomato 100' of all cables -
EXPeIE31af31/e9 i0i3'/85
k pickle french fete,fruit topped cake milk.Tkandayt *995 Completely I I Installed I 2O45"Completely i """':" _
macaroni cheese
Corndog J Installed
Friday green HOLIDAY.TEACHER pau,.peache PLANNING,cookie milk.DAY. STUDENT '" .LAWTEY.SATIi .IT.E.; MARION TIRE & BATTERY _.CO. ,. INC..

ALACARTEMeadayiPtixa I I Hwy. ,,301 N0t1 .Uwfey, ', .... 709 S. Walnut Street Starke
hamburger.' french fries .%..*H"orlr..d' ifLbui'ei. +. .. ..

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Hospital for Emergency Services eek


On Monday, Sept. 30, Bradford iliary and Administrative Secretary the nurse in th'emergency room inaction
'1+a Hospital opened its doors to 105 Vickie Martin, and Administrative as they cleaned and bandaged
Southside Elementary School Services Supervisor Gina Bennett. the injure kp 'c. .
kindergarten students for a tour of The girls were given pink nurses
the hospital. caps and the boys were presentedwith Alachua General Hospital's Slat

1i: )pP With a skip in their step and The badges students of courage.visited the emergency Flight transport()emergency flew in from: helicopter Gainesvilleto

whispers and laughter traded room,data processing where they be a part of the tour. The students
among themselves the five year old observed the computers, and the listened carefully as they were told
children walked from their school
cafeteria where the students were how the helicopter works and what
the two blocks to Bradford HospitalBH served lemonade and cookies. The the Stat Flight crew docs.
( ). The students were able to students also viewed an architect's The
tours were given as a part of
view the new addition to the hospitalas model of the new addition to the Emergency Medico) Services Week
they passed by it on their tour hospital and a slide show. (Sept. 29-Oct. 5)), Other classes will
r Christina Woods, one student on be touring the hospital during the
The children were greeted at the the tour, fell on her way to the week and screenings for blood'
emergency room entrance by hospital and scraped her knee. her pressure, cholesterol and glucosewill
several members!_ the BH Aux- kindergarten class was able to sea be provided to the public.

Looely veiw of the*
r earth isn't it ? ,

1 USDA Changes Commodity; Rules

Medical Services Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces that due to a changein
Emergency on Wings... cAbout
the USDA Commodity Piogram, all recipients will have to be recertified
Jill Schlofman and Adam Marchese from Southsido before receiving commodities.
Elementary School In Starke watch as Chief Flight equipment used by Stat Flight (emergency medical 300 years age some people All agencies distributing USDA commodities must recertify families on
Nurse Joyce Goodman displays some of the medical helicopter service) from Alachu.i General believed that migratory birds pent the new Household Application and issued a USDA Commodity Card that
their winters on the moon will have to be shown each month, along with identification. The card will be
punched each month when commodities are distributed.
I InvitationalThe Persons eligible to receive USDA Commodities must meet the following
Cross Team Finishes Third Sandalwood
Country at criteria and provide documentation: current eligibility for Food Stamp (Let-
ter of Decision); or current recipients of AFDC, Medicaid (Medicaid Card);
Lady Tornado Cross Country Sapp was the first finisher for BUS, followed by Orange Park's Ellel the Lady Tornadoes at home Tues- SSI or self-declaration of need based on income up to 130". of the}<'pcleralln-
team stepped up from the 3A race to in a time of 11:44: for seventh. Runice in 11:06: and Bishop Kenny's day when Palatka and St. Johns come Level Guideline, adjusted for household size (requires amount of the
the 4A event at the Seventh Annual Disappointed that arch-rival Jenna Dunn in 11:09.: Ed White's Country Day School came to visit household income and signature confirming this statement on application).
Sandalwood Saints Invitational and Orange Park slipped past them for highly touted Antoinette Turner was with BHS taking the win. 130% POVERTY GUIDELINE
finished a respectable third, behind the first time this year, Loper said fourth in 11:10, evidently having a "The course was real sloppy," GROSS INCOME GROSS INCOME
number one ranked Lake Howell and his team didn't run particularlywell bad day. said Loper. "What wasn't under FAMILY SIZE PER MONTH PER WEEK
Orange Park."Definitely. explaining they weren't men- Next on the schedule for the ladiesis water was real mushy." 1 $569 $132:
wanted to run them tally prepared.Lisa a trip to Tallahassee for the Sophmore Lori Sapp was the win- 2 $764 $177
4A," said Coach George Loper. He Tierney was noted by the Florida State University Invita- ner for BUS coming across the line 3 $959 $222
related that it would not have proved coach for her effort and so was tional Cross Country Championshipsthis in 13:13: with Palatka's Senior 4 $1,154 $267
anything to have run his girls in the Christie Harrell, with Robin Mann- Saturday. Loper said the race Rachel Hopkins close behind in 5 $1,349 $312
3A race just to win it without any ing being praised for her perfor- will let his team run against 13:30.: Hopkins had trouble on the 6 $1,544 $35'i
real competition.The mance. Niceville and Leon, who are con- course, losing her way which allow- 7 $1,739 $402
girl's ran 3,000 meters or 1.8(5( The 4A run was won by Lisa tenders for the 3A crown this year. ed Sapp to catch-up and eventually 8 $1,934 $447
miles Saturday against some of the Samoki, the defending state champ take the win. Each additional member $195 $45
best competition in the state. LoriTornado from Lake Howell in 11:04: closely In third plac. for Starke was If you have any questions, call your Outreach Center at 9646696.
Team Results Kelley Jackson 3:42: while Christi WEDNESDAY, Oct. 9, Lawtey Recreation Center, 9 a.m.-1:30: p.m.
I-Llkl Howell 31, J-Orange Park 80 3-BHS 91. Harrell nailed dovn fifth overall in THURSDAY, Oct. 10, Old RJE School Bldg., 9 a.m.-3:30: p.m.
4-Blshop Kenny 124 S-Ribault 143 6-Ed White 14:25.: Barbara Harris finished in FRIDAY Oct. 11, Old RJE Schi.. ... Bldg.. 9 m.-3:30: p.m.
I Talk 164, 7-Galnetvlllo Buctiholi US l-Wollson 107., 14:36: and Lisa Tierney in 14:40: to
Ocala Forest in 10-Terry Parker 249 Rilnol round out the scoring.

307 .
Everyone... member, notify any Key Club of- Individual Rasulls 3,000 m.l.rs I ,' .: ,: :
If would like information ficer, or Key Club Sponsor Cheryll I-Slmokll1.04. 2-Runlce 11:01: I.Dunn 11:09 Team Result I' .
about you club, its ,or to let Swift. 4-Turner 11:10 Fanseca 11:2) Michaels I-BHS 22,Palatka 51, St. Johns, NTS in t.ior nipI :
your purpose
Don't forget your dues! Also we 11:28: ,7.LorlSapp 11:44: 16 Kelley Jackson 11:24 ;
people meetings know to what be in goes Tornado on at Talk your, will be having a car wash this Satur- 32-Chrlstle II Ilia Tierney Harrell 11:21 37 26 Robin Barbara Manning Harris 12:50 13:15. Individual Results 2-mllvs ,l'I 'Just (Can't: :':Understand I l.SQm.e'WQr\ '!
day, Oct.5, at the Community State 58 Chrlssle Anders 14:10 1-Lort Sapp 13:13. 2-Hopkins 13-JO: 1-KalKy ; :1 1
write down the informationand ,
please Bank from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Jackson 13:42.4-Vlncent 11:45 s-Chrlstia Harrell ,' ,
give it to me no later than any At Home TuesdayIt 14:21 Barbara Harris 14:44: 7-Usa Tierney "
charge will be $2.50 a car, $3.50 for 14:40: 6 Robin Manning 15.13.Chrlnle Anders
Monday.welcome, ANY including information personal is trucks and vans. was a successful afternoon for 15:22 Linda Shipp, a Certified Hearing Aid Specialist with

messages. All Sports Club... Audio Hearing Service of Gainesville, will be in

Congratulations... There will be an All Sports Club I Starke the 1st Monday of Every Month giving FREE!
meeting Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 7:30:
to the 1985-86
Congratulations in the BHS Library. Please try Tests and
Senior Superlatives. They are: p.m. HOMECOMINGOctober Hearing servicing hearing aids.
Best All Around: Tracie Clark and to Come

John Hamilton. Drama Club...
Most School Spirit: Terri Fender byMITCHELL'S
There will be a VERY IMPOR- 6 1985
and Doug Carlton.
.. ... .
Best Dressed: Donna Parado and TANT Drama Club' meeting tomorrow ,: DRUG STORE
Clinton Jenkins.an r'J "'1'. ': (Friday, Oct 4)) In the BHS
Friendliest: Tammy Dempseyand Library after school. We will decideon 127 E. Call Street Starke 964.7810
Billy Jackson. this year's activities and fund Morgan Road Baptist ChurchCR
Wittiest: Allison Denmark and raisers. It is imperative you at- 233, Starke l NEW DATE: Monday, October 7th
tend. If are unable to be there,
Chris Dougherty.Most you 9:30: to 12:30:
contact Michelle Hall, presi-
Bashful: Denise Gullion and please Dinner the Groundsat
Jeffrey McClellan. dent or Claudine Greenly, vice- on Mf

Most Talented: Tricia Lawson and president.Mz. 1:00: p.m.
Jimmy Wilson. Ugly Contestants... If you are tired of asking people to repeat
Most Talkative: Sherry Herndon Special Music % ,! If you have trouble understanding in a group of two or more
.and Chris Cribbs. Any guys who are interested in *
If people complain that the TV is loud
Most Individual: Terri Jakab and participating in the 1985 Mi. Ugly WelcomePastor too
Karl Leigheiser.Most Contest, contact Wanda Prevatt in Everyone YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS FREE OFFER
Flirtatious: Stacy Reddish the Finance Office or Vivian Chap-
and Kyle Harrison. pell at the Middle School. The con- James Parrish THE Audio NHearing
1905 NW 13th Street
Most Likely to Succeed' Kellie test is set Dec. 6 in the BHS
Baldwin and Jay Hayes. Auditorium. HEARING Gainesville FL37355O7
Most Intellectual: Karen and AID PLACE
Sharon Martin and Rusty Nail. e ViC gfJsy
Most Athletic: Marla Reddish and
Frank Long. .
Most Dependable: Deanna GED TESTEarn
Tomlinson and Wayne Sutton.
Cutest: Erika Gruen and Jason

Huggins.Teacher's. Pet: Robin Hersey. your high school diploma by takingthe

There is a run-off between Simon further informationcall
Mitchell, Richard O'Steen and Keith GED Test.

Gillingham.Coolest: LaTanya Tyson and Chris 964-6150. The deadline for registeringis Printing. .

Thomas.Sr. October 18 1985. Testing dates and
That's out of this world. ..
Choices: times are as follows :
Seniors also voted on the class colors -

flower, song, and motto. They
area: Oct. 21 & 22 Oct. 23 & 24 BROCHURES PAMPHLETS
Class Colors! : Scarlet and Gray.
Class Flower: White Rose tippedin

Class Song: Celebrate Youth. 1:00: p.m. 6:30: p.m.
Class Motto: What we are today is BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERSI'
what we've made of ourselves, but 3:00: p.m. 8:15: p.m.
now the time's come to cherish the
memories and move forward; to use : p.m.
what we've learned for the future in 8:15: p.m.
fulfilling\ \ our hopes and dreams.

French Club...
The French Club had a car-
wash/bake sale Sept. 14 and raised a --Our Special--
total of $200. Not bad for our first

fund many raiser.more fund We will raisers be planning in the Commissary Food StoreSR 1,000 Business Cards

future.Our goal this year is to raise 225 US 301 Lawtey Raised Letters, Black Ink
enough money for a trip to France -
The cost is $1,100 a ) I"-
this summer.
person including air fare,hotel, and [.t ?'f $ OO
some meals, for 14 days and nights. It 01. Market Style 1 8
This is an excellent opportunity for T-Bone . .-. . ea. 1.98 Bacon . . lb. '1.59 Plus Tax
Even if aren't interested
young people. you 10-.IZ.

in going to France member, but are Rib Eye . . '6.90 Call 9645764BRADFORD
interested In being a club : .. \
Raf-tar e ---
are still welcome to join. Dues
are you $2.50 a semester, or $5 for the -. Eggs. . . . 2.00
11.I u.Cenlsr Cut ...
year.1985-86 French Club officers are: Pork Chops ... '4.60 PEPSI

Carrie Sellers president; Mitch Pick ._.__ .
Starling, vice-president; LaShaun Pepsi***.*. Dep Tax *1.79j
Eric Starling, '"'
Butler, secretary; 100"% UenGround '
treasurer and Miss Heather Camp-
bell, sponsor. Beef.Ib.99'S '/'/
Pack Rlturnable Bollles PRINTERS

Key Clubbers... Budweisar,. 2.59
Don't forget, we meet every Tues- ... ....,. ., 0'"' 11 0 W. Call Street Starke 9645764.IP
day from 6:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. in "",' .....'1'.-'
Miss Swift's room. These Brad A \5< JtlB .

meetings are very important. We Fryer . .TV. .Ib.59' Busch. . . 2.29
are planning a new year, and deci-
sions need to be made nowl_! ...
If you aye unable to attend, but are
interested in being a Key Club

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home of __'.angfurd White American Legion Pact was this lg cabin type
The dnprfissjom days of the 1930s wiil Old
building on Wht ('.an and Christian Streets just vest of First CfcrtUun Cbnrrk. ScenesTop
!w erbetnrgallnnbythosewlaexperiencedthern\ ( center) Band from
,For readers 50"w ho have Camp Blanding plays
.. m6y board About that era. here is a brief concert in Call Street in
summary of +'hat t was going on at thatltimto' front of old Starke
EditorialsHISTORIC T" ;: Hotel.

Dc cumber I3Cnrpfnmg'
(At right Three photos
*Drug Stare on the southwest for a dime were a
PRESERVATION comer of Call. and Walnut Streets kept a bargain on Call Street in ,
register flf World War I veterans for the the days when a dollar ,
purportnf nrganrangan American Legion bought a real dollar's
An Idea Whose Time Has Come foal 'The first rgamzaiion meeting wasilft worth.
:: ,for Dewmber 12 at the courthouse..An .

American Legion Post was organizedwith
In its current issue Newsweek lighting streetscaping with trees .and A..1' Thomas' unanimously elected hit by depression. Teacher salaries were distribution to needy.

Magazine challenges the idea that new shrubbery, benches for pedestrian rest T nst ""commander! N.D. Wamwright. Jr., cut by School Board: high school instruc- Christmas 1933
is when it areas, off-street parking and outer elected post Adjutant. Post named for tors from $115 to $90 per month; grammar
necessarily betterespecially
'three Bradford Countians killed in the school from $80 to $75. Congressman Lex Things were a little brighter by
concerns demolishing old buildings amenities. Such improvements cost 'war-: 'Willie J. Jones seal Langford, and Green sought loan funds for depressionhitfarmers. Christmas 1933 as CWA (Civil Works Administration
both residential and commercial that money but should in the Hong run yield Richard Ray"While Public schools "facing serious ) workers were getting their

are still structurally sound and more a good return on the investment to the than their modern enhancing value of the property workers on old Road 13 cut-off were paid
appealing eye secured fingerprints to find out who broke little Christmas in
replacements.In located in an attractive, viable business out a window and flooded the boiler room August 16Carl Johns elected City $600 circulation.New putting. a money
district, rather than one which, aH present Sat BHS Again in order to get a one-day Clerk defeating C.A. (Charley) Futch who
the past ten years the movement to ttclimil holiday. had served 22 years in that office. also
is far from realizing:its real potien- hope was brought by other:
preserve historically significant tial. Bradford .was one of Florida counties September 16County Commission CWA projects. Rebuilding the city hall additions
buildings has increased greatly assessing properly higher than 50 percentof ordered Tax Assessor E. W. Hayes to placea to BHS school building and a lan-
throughout the U.S. Nationwide there Reporting on the strong rehabili market value. Bradford was rated at value of 50 percent on all outstandingstate ding field for airplanes were among the
about historic buildings that tion-preservation movement a rect 'GZIffi/., while some counties were as low as tax sale certificate lands in the coun- projects proposed by the Emergency
are 20".. Stale average was 41':%. ty, as shown by 1931 tax roll. This action Relief Council. A total of 20 projects were
are eligible for substantial tax credits issue of the realtors" trade magan e, taken at called meeting in effort to have planned, including a municipal swimmingpool.
and many others are also worth preser- "Real Estate Today, notes (that "The C.S; ; Postmaster General recommended tax sale certificates, then outstanding on a .
ving. Says Newsweek, "Communities rehab business is better than e\"er. and !ttc President Hoover that postage on letters fourth of the lands in Bradford County, -
!increased from two cents to 2',2 cents an December 22Chief A. L. Alvarez an-
should rank the historic value of their opportunities abound." The writer attributed ounce redeemed or purchased.crisis.Grammar Six-month nounced that stores would close all day
schools reported facing
older buildings and neighborhoods.They renewed interest and excitement December 1931 term seen unless additional school funds Monday: Christmas Day, and a Community -
should then have the courage to in utilizing yesterday's structures received. Christmas Tree was planned by the
BHS celebrated its first Homecoming
Music Committee of the Woman's Club.
preserve the best...". to three factors: new building costs are Day toy organizing an alumni association October 14Hoke Smith, former resi-

Historic is idea whose too high; older craftsmanship and ar- with AJ. Thomas elected president, dent of Raiford, elected field officer of December 29, 1933This Christmas was
preservation an chitecture cannot be surpassed; and the Harold C. Wall-vice president and JohnH. Bonus Marchers waging a fight for pay- much brighter than the one in 1932, and
time has come. There are many reasons tax credits on rehab are just too good to Powell as secretary-treasurer. A total ment of bonus to World War I veterans. The Telegraph reported as follows:
for this upsurge of interest in preserving of 187 graduates were listed from 1896 to Plans made for new march on Washington.
the best of America's architecturalpast. pass up. All wishes for a Merry Christmas seem

For some both old and young Three good reasons for approving the 1931.Torode Chevrolet advertised "The Great estimated Strawberry at 2,800 acreage acres.in Bradford County ed than to in more the past nearly few seasons be fulfilled as stores this did year a

there is a fascination with historythe proposed tax district to beautify the American Value for 1932"the newChevrolet rushing business and almost everyone
social economic and political changesthat downtown area, and enhance existing six, as low as $475. November Revolution at the polls seemed to have a few dollars to spend on
Happenings of 1932 results in landslide election of Franklin D. food and clothing for himself and
have affected the lives of all. Old older buildings by restoring their presents
Roosevelt as President. Bradford County for
buildings reveal much about the way facades to conform with the historic February 12New fountain dedicated at went for FDR six to one giving him 1,301 others
our ancestors lived in the past and theme. Starke Woman's' Club. votes to 210 for Herbert Hoover. The distribution of approximately
$30,000 in this county to Civil Works Administration
destroying old buildings is equivalent to 'Santa Fe Community College has set March 18Roosevelt for President Club employees during the past
burning rare old books. the with its beautiful of organized by Col. J. L. Frazee, chairman. Tip Tcp Grocery advertised "best white three weeks had a favorable effect on holiday -
t pace adaptation Study begun on two routes for Cross-State bacon 7 cents a pound and fresh ground .'business activities,' and merchants
Others are attracted to historic the 1902 Courthouse for use as a college Ship Canal. One route started near Orange coffee 15 cents a pound". could once more complain of that "tired
preservation because they admire fine center and the purchase and landscaping Park on to Middleburg then just south of feeling" at the end of a day's work.
architecture and interior design. Theyappreciate' of an expansive off-street parkingarea Lawtey, through New River, High Springsand December 16Due to lack of funds,
the of adds down the Steinhatchee River to the American Legion Post 56 called off its The old two-story city hall is no more,
quality workmanshipand that beauty and convenienceto
Gulf of Mexico. Community Christmas Tree that delighted and in its place there will presently be a
attention to detail that went into the West Call Street area 600 children the previous year. Starkeites modern one-story stucco building to be
in the before August 5- First carload of free govern. asked to old and contributefood
buildings days efficiency patch up toys erected at a cost of $5.897.46 under the
replaced quality and beauty. Other property owners in the proposed ment flour distributed here to aid families and clothing to the local Red Cross for CWA federal works program.
historic district shouldand we

For others, admiration of the old is a believe will follow through by doing

sentimental journey back to a more their part in this cooperative effort to GFC Concerned About Acid Rain in Florida LakesThe I

gracious, romantic era, which softens make Call Street once again "the heartof

the harshness of chrome and glass Starke".

modernity.Still following letter from the Florida LETTERS Thank you for your concern! over this
Game&Fish Commission is in regard to a problem and feel free to contact me for
others become involved with recent Telegraph editorial based on an En- .,aarn.ri any further information on this subject.
historic preservation for more vironmental Protection Agency report on
pragmatic reasons. They cringe at the The Lost Art of LoafingHow the increased acidity of fresh water lakesin Homer E. Royals Chemist
the Eastern Florida GFC,Eustis
a number of
waste of demolishing structures that
I Florida lakes showing above increases -
still hold years of useful life and can be long has it been since you saw a average
adapted for re-use such as Bradford Hampton Councilman
whittling a of white pine on a
man piece The letter Is from Homer E Royals,
County's 1902 courthouse, now serving street corner bench..or a woman, chemist, with the Eustis Fisheries / / Y/ / / Says He's 'No Thief'

admirably as the Starke Center for San- hands folded in her lap rocking away on Research Laboratory / / /// //i To all my friends and family:

ta Fe Community College. These people a vine-covered front porch? Editor, Telegraph: #4 My name appeared in the
realize that restoration of historic properties newspaper and over the radio waves
can provide attractive tax incen- In spite of all the new-fangled appliances The Florida Came & Fresh Water Fish / this past week stating that I,a newly
tives and financial benefits. That makes that are supposed to relieve us Commission is indeed concerned about the elected Hampton City Councilman
of routine drudgery and allow more recent EPA lake survey report and the turned himself in on theft charges.To .
good business sense.A potential for harm to our fresh water end all speculations on the mat-
leisure time Americans seem to have
resources by acid deposition. The
ter, "I'm no thief" never have
third group may comprise leaders forgotten how to loaf. Fisheries Division has been and will con- been and never will be. For anyone

who recognize the importance of com What about the old custom of Sun- tinue to monitor all pertinent acid deposi- concerned with this allegation "I
munity pride as the key ingredient in a tion research and findings. Efforts to in- have never broken the law never
civic cohesiveness a unifying force in day afternoon rest period or nap? It's a itiate our own research are being pursued even had a speeding ticket, and
obtaining community goals. thing of the past. Today instead of loaf- through legislative channels. that's the honest to goodness truth.
ing away the afternoon, the family loads Those who believe in me will unders-
The GFC is charged by the Florida Con- waters. I have
personally spoken with tand and stick
Even in cities and modern into the out the crowded by me through this
as as gets on
carl stitution to exercise the regulatory and executive Secretary Tschinkel of the DER and her situation to clear
help ,
Miami there is fascination with the highway and plays a high-risk game of powers of the State with respect to staff about reductions in sulfur level emis- because 'A country my boy.name will
pastalthough their history is only half tag with disaster. Or they head for a the fresh water aquatic life. As in the past, sions from fossil fuel burning plants.It is a survive'." --
the length of towns in North Florida public beach or park and fight mos- the GFC will continue to make every effortto DER responsibility to cet emission levelsof J.P. Mitzel,HamptonCountyAgent's
the such .
such as Starke. This has resulted in an quitos ants and wall-to-wall people. prevent degradation of our fresh operations.

annual festival called "Dade Heritage What a rest I

Days", attracting both residents and Even the kids get in the act.
Notebook I
tourists alike. Starke and Bradford Remember when they used to play Homemaker Clubs Being FormedBy
County have a heritage of more than 125
dolls read a book, or play baseball at
years and an annual Bradford Heritage Dlann DouglasExt. Agricultural Sciences at the University of
"the nearest vacant lot? Now"they must STARKE: Oct. 10, 10 a.m., Agricultural
Home Economics Florida
Days could be developed into an attrac- Agent Gainesville. Membership is opento Center
tion that would bring hundreds of have "organized" play scheduled ball Calling all people who are interested in the men and women who are interestedin
and deadlines to meet just like educational based volunteer BROOKER: Oct. 17, 7:30 p.m., Brooker
games joining an leadership development programs in
tourists and other visitors into our com- Elementary School.CIHAMPTON .
grownups. Casual play or just plain organization. The Bradford County subject matter areas sponsored by the
munity annually. loafing Is a thing of the past. Cooperative Extension Extension Homemaker Service is Clubsin now Florida Cooperative Extension Service.All : Oct. 14, 10 a.m., Hampton

Starke's downtown district has been organizing the county. persons interested In participatingare LAWTEY: Oct. 15, 7:30: p.m., Lawtey
nominated for'listing in the National There was a time when if something The purpose of the Extension meetings invited to attend organizational Elementary, School. .

Register of Historic Places America's needed "to be done a person with Homemaker organization is to assist com- 4
list of districts authority got it done usually by munities to help themselves through
official buildings ships
i Plan Now for Control By Robert W.
leadership skills of individualswho Ray I
himself. Now everything is done by a developing Burning,
and other sites and structures worthy of Sometimesthe serve as volunteer leaders for com- Stop Camp Forester

preservation for future generations. committee or a computer. sub- munity service projects and educational The rainy season has arrived in Brad- way'to reduce Destructive
,f Between 200,000 and 250,000 structures committee appoints a programs related to Extension Home ford County. The threat of wildfire has eliminating hazardous wuoiires oy
accumulated forest
I of architectural and historical committee, and more often than not, the Economics. been reduced significantly. But with this fuels. Additional benefits from
significance are now included on the computer breaks down. It's a minor Members receive educational programs rain, there is renewed growth of under' burning of woodlands can include prescribed increased -
if anything actually gets done. through leader training which is providedby brush in our woodlands. This underbrush, forage for
4 is the National miracle cattle Improved wildlife
Register which supervised by Extension Home Economicsstaff
the County if left unchecked for long periods of time, habitat, control of
Park Service and the U.S. other qualified in a given wildfire competing vegetation,
or persons .poses a severe t. thereby Increasing
Department of the Interior. Most people today feel guilty if they subject. Those persons who receive the Florida had one of its worst fire seasons The period from December growth of pines. .
leader then present the information to February
Property- owners in Starke's stop long enough to read, a good book. or training materials to their club or group. ever this past year. Many people suffered ,is the best time for prescribed burning
losses woodlands
financial to their and
downtown district will vote soon on the One fellow who dared sit' on the front Clubs usually meet monthly But may even their homes. Many residents in Brad, suitable and weather conditions are most
pines are dormant.The Divi-
establishment of a special tax district porch and just rock caused passersby &, time meet and more day often of the if they meeting choose.is decided The place by, ford County were extremely lucky this sion of Forestry will assist you by plowing

affecting only those who ,own property stop and ask if he was sick or just,' club members. For example,working people year. But what about next year? lirelines or even prescribe burn your land
In, fee designated area. If approved, crazy. He soon began to wonder, may prefer a lunch time meeting. .Prescribed burning is the intentional setting for a nominal fee. So think ahead, and
district will be increased to himself..got and started pulling Extension Homemakers are members of of fire under proper weather conditions remember: It is quite possible that if more

iEthe nts to streets and weeds in the Uf' Now he's in Chat-' organized Cooperative clubs Extension sponsored Service by the throughthe County goals.to Prescribed achieve specific burning land management woodland the people wildfires had prescribe of this burned past season their lands would
I decorative'. "white i way"fc tahoochee. ,Poor guy I auspices pf the: U.S. Department of every, three. to five years is an effective. control.have been less destructive and easier to

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I II Mr. and Mrs. Edward Akridge Celebrate 25th Anniversary ;:1| ,,''- '1>":' I.;" ,

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1 I, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Akridge Blonnle Derkman. Two silver The food table waS centered with a Presiding at the punch table. ; ,'"" :,1I
celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary candelabra and silver bows with rib- silver coffee service served by Mrs.// which was centered with a silver Side'f : '
Saturday Sept. 28 at bons decorated the table. Marba Whittle. punch bowl on a silver platter en- I, '
a .. circles with ferns Mrs. Elaine I : *
,:I reception from 6-8 pm. at the Crawford. I '
Madison Street .
Hall. The reception was Fellowship given by Among approximately 75 guests I Itt News ,.
''I, their children.Mr.and Mrs.Richard 'end; irom ourortowirwere ,., I >' Weddings''
: Wimpy, Bernie Akrldgeand friends. Mrs. David Sikes, Ms. ;| I '"
F Marie Sikes and Edward
is AIr the tables Thomas .
were covered wll.11I
I army/navy white lace tablecloths. all from Callahan, Mr. and Mrs. I ; Gladys Mooty ...Parties. .
l The guest book was attended Jimmy Hazen from Gainesville Mr. 964-7608 "y, '
<< Tammie Lynn centered with a Mrs. Richard Davis and ,Mrs. \
6 photo of their wedding Evelyn Davis from Gainesville
The cake table was centered witha Rev. James Miller, Mr. and Mrs.' -
Floyd Howell from TEL MED
three-tier cake with silver Jacksonville, -
white roses and topped with leaves silver and Mr.and Mrs.Randy Hutchins of Brought to you by the Auxiliary of
Live Oak. Bradford Hospital Inc.
wedding bells. Serving the cake
or 378-0007
were Mrs. Alma Packham and Mrs.. ---- - -

' M Farm Bureau Meeting ."".
; Thursday, Oct. 3 I"I APPLIANCES

The Bradford County Farm I/ ,' ,'i' I& AIR
!y Bureau annual membership l ; 'f ,} ,. .

,9. 3 meeting, at 7 p,will m. at be the held Bradford Thursday County, Oct. 'Of''., ,, \ 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box)

Fair'Buildmg.o I .
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supper 964.7462
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will be an event of Friday, Oct. 4, at DU2900XM '
7 p.m. in the Northside Baptist J. F DU5004XM '
Church with a reception following in ", "If .... ,"'<, with ONLY
the church Fellowship Hall. .'- : i. Yl l .. HITemp I

., All to friends attend.and relatives are invited I : ......)..,.,. ..,. ..... ...;::' I Option Washing $325"Whirlpool

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I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mobley Celebrate 40th : Tech Care Vacation Win an exclusive, Whirlpool European Appliances

4 Automatic Cycles Including Pots & Pans FranchiseServing plus other"Instant Winner"PrizesENTER
On Sunday afternoon,Sept.29,Ed Jaimee Hughes-and Jessica Mobley. A variety of foods were served by Power Clean Washing System Exclusive In-
ward and Delores Mobley of Starke Daniel Davis and Kevin Mobley fellow parishioners. The-Door Silverware Basket Hlgh-SideRacks. NOW!
renewed their marriage vows in great grandsons, were ringbearers. j Decorator 6-Color Panel Pack for upper and NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
celebration of their fortieth wedding Serving as ushers were Bill Moody, lower panels More. 'Tmk, Bradford Co. VOlt WHERE FOR DETAILS
anniversary. The double ring Scott Davis,Roger Green and David aT .
ceremony was held at Calvary Bap- Bridges. KICK
tist Church in Starke. Performingthe The bridal attendants carried red
ceremohy was Rev. Benny silk roses. Mrs. Diane Beckum

Beckum.Rev. Lem Hughes, son-in-law, directed The celebration the wedding.was hosted' by Customer

gave the bride away. children of Mr. and Mrs. Mobley, OF F. Appreciation Day
Special singing was done by Wayne Mobley, Dianne Hughes and ..
Shirley Mobley, Barbara Bridges Barbara Bridges.

and member Dianne sang Hughes.a medley Family of old Following the ceremony a recep- YOUR WEEK Thursday October 3 1985Gold

tunes. tion was held in the fellowship hall. ,
Mrs. Mobley wore a lavender print The three-tiered wedding cake
dress, a gift from her husband. She decorated with red flowers and the WITH YOUR
carried a bouquet of white and red number 40 at the top was made by Kist will have their annual meeting and
roses surrounded by lavender sweet Pat Williams. The groom's cake was
peas. made by Shirley Mobley and HOMETOWNNEWSPAPER Patron
Wayne Mobley served his fatheras featured a fisherman in the lake. Appreciation Day this Thursday... You
best man.Serving Assisting at serving the receptionwere

Stacie Moody as matrons and Melissa of honor Davis.were Trainor Faith and Martha Murphy Davis, Theresa are invited to stop by, have a coke and visit withus.

Melody Green, Laurie Mobley and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Chitty took
I Stefame.Hughes were bridesmaids. video cassette pictures during the
Junior bridesmaids were Tammy ceremony. Other photographers
Mobley, Shannon Hughes and Angel were Gene Murphy, Sr., and Gene READ /
Mobley Serving;!;as flower girls were Murphy, Jr. tIT
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The Education Committee of the Miss Harrell, who was selected to l
Woman's Club of Starke will direct participate in the Florida Youth THE
the next club meeting, to be held on Leadership Seminar held in Orlando OF VALUES
Wednesday, Oct. 9, at noon, at the this spring, was chosen for this BRADFORD
clubhouse.Mrs. honor by a board comprised of facul-
W.B. Scoggins, Education ty and students of Bradford High COUNTY
Chairman, has announced that Mrs. School.
Carole E. Zegel, coordinator for the Serving on the committee for this
"Guardian Ad Litem" program for meeting are: Mesdames F.J. Shaw, SALESUPER
the 8th Judicial District will speak.In C.M. Hernandez, G.H. Sale, C.H. Telegraph
addition, Miss Sherrl Harrell, Nasworthy, W.H. Thomson, C.A. NGS. .
I the"Hobie"winner will be honored. Knight, and J.E. Byrd. VALUES!


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Riverland Music Club Setting Up. Projects Items of Interest -' : I

The Riverland Music Club met members of Riverland Musk Club: and is of two by Tammy Thomason, Robin
February, one at the
Penny Rlggs, Vicki Crockrell
Thursday, Sept. 12, at the home of are on sale for $d each and are brass 19851 professional musicians
of the latter.
Mrs. Tommy Cox in Brooker. available through any club member; in the United States. Steven Lamb en-
and refreshments were
President Nell Mann welcomed This money will be used to help Games .
sup. Mr.Smith explained several brass To Wed Oct. 19 Joyed by the 15 guests attending.
members to this first regular port club projects. instruments and how the different Hostesses presented Mrs.
of the 1985-86 Several Following the business meeting
meeting year sounds are accomplished. After Jr.of Crockrell with various items
club projects were discussed and Mrs. Robert Clyatt introducecispecial Mr.and Mrs. John M.Riggs, baby
demonstrating the instruments using made of.blue and
plans made to out the work guest Irvine Smith of Lake Starke announce the engagementand and a corsage .
carry several mutes for different socks memento of
of their white baby as a
and purpose of the club. Butler Mr.Smith is a member the sounds,he played a number of selec- approaching
The club will offer a music student St. Johns River City Band and plays and some favorites of club daughter, Penny Ann, to Steven M. the occasion.
scholarship of $100 a year in its efforts the cornet with the band In concertsat members. Lamb of Gainesville, son of F.
Park in Jacksonville Maurice Lamb of Macon, Ga.
to promote music. Metropolitan
After the program,a delicious lun-
The second edition of "Country and other various functions. The cheon was served and enjoyed by Miss Riggs is emloyed by Karte Tonjo( McCloud,
Cooking" cookbooks compiled by 27-piece brass band began in Jewelry at Belk Lindsey.
all. Mr. Lamb is employed by R.M.C.in Barry Boswell .

Melissa WIlliams, Lake Butler. ToldMr.
Robert Frampton The wedding will take place Oct.

Melissa Williams American Legion Post Open House'Oct. 8 19. Mary. McBride Jessie McCloud McCloud and, both Mrs.of
VolunteersTo ; are happy to announce the

Robert FramptonTo The American Legion Post 56, in Jr.,. Post 56 Commander the themeof Vietnam Memorial Dedicated Nov. Teenage Meet Oct. 7 riage engagement of their and daughter approaching Tonja Shea mar-
Wed Dec. 20 the Open House is to .
cooperation with the Vietnam display a 11,1985" to Barry Boswell,son of Edward andLizzie
Mr. and.Mrs. Lysle Earl Williamsof Veterans of Florida, will host an large color representation of a The Memorial will be formally The Teenage Volunteers (former Hankerson of Starke.
Open House Tuesday, Oct. 8 at the Florida Vietnam Memorial, and the dedicated at Tallahassee on
Hampton Lake announce the Candy Stripers) will have a Tonja Is a BHS senior and Barry is
engagement and approaching mar- Post home on Edwards Road beginn- first American flag to be flown over November ll, 1983, Veterans Day. reorganizational meeting Monday, a 1985 graduate of BHS. .
it in
riage of their daughter., Melissa ing 9 a.m. 83 every (county seat Florida for Am. Legion Post Holding Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. at the Hospital. The wedding will take place at
Sylvia to Robert Thomas Frampton According to Robert L. Brown, days servicemen one day for each ofFlorida's Any boy or girl, age 14 or over can Greater Bethlehem Free Will Bap-
,son of Mr. and Mrs.Cecil Stuart who remain Covered Dish Dinner attend. tist Church on Oct. 19 at 3 p.m
unaccounted for).
Frampton of Starke. CBM Bible Clubs Tuesday Oct. 8 Friends and relatives are invited to
The bride-elect is a dual-enrolled The Florida tour of the Memorialwill Mrs. Jerry Crockrell attend.
student at Santa Fe Community Col- Oct. 15 & 17 be at the American Legion Post The American Legion Post 36 will Honored At Shower
lege. Mr. Frampton is a graduate of CBM Bible Clubs will be held each Home only on Oct. 8. The public meet in the Post Home Tuesday,
Bradford High School and is beginning Oct. 15 at especially all armed forces Oct. 8 .on Edwards Road at 8 p.m.A Mrs. Jerry Crockrell was honoredat TEL-MED
employed by Davis Express, Inc. Tuesday Southside Elementary and Thursday veterans, are invited to view this social hour will begin at 6 p.m., a baby shower on Sept. 26, given Brought to you by the Auxiliary of
The wedding will take place Dec. Oct. 17 at'Starke display and pay homage to our followed by a covered dish dinner at .Bradford Hospital Inc. ._
20, at 7 p.m. in Madison Street Bap-- Clubs will be held in Elementary.the mobile Florida veterans of the Vietnam era. 7 p.m. Bring your covered dish and I,
tist Church. A limited number of com- we'll have an old-fashioned get Minns DIAL NILes4.878E ME
Children's Chapel for one hour after e
All friends and relatives are In- school for first grade and memorative pins (button type) will together.The .
up. be offered for sale to Post is to the j
vited to attend. An Interesting is planned offset the cost getting ready lay
program of the Memorial. Pictured on the pin. concrete base for its new building
including contests,
awards, visualized Bible lessons, will be a color replica of the addition. Remember, we need your
Memorial and the words "Florida help with this project.
missionary projects.Treasure Chest FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS,
Did ,You KnowMrs. prizes and summer camp opportunity .
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price. PH3IMEERPflRTNEK 14" Bar
Each!; clubber must bring a per- STAND BEHIND THE WORK THEY DO TODAYI
Charles Coty and children of mission slip signed by parent or 157)1
Tampa spent the weekend with her guardian. Slips are available at ,) pelf,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mit- school office. Seating capacity of the
chell. Children's Chapel is 35,so the first 35 Gives you more.WALL'S. s 1 409 5 Rnanclng FREE ESTIMATES WAYNE KINNEY
slips turned in to office will have Available PLUMBING
Mr. and Mrs.'Marion Harringtonand 330.Perfect for the casual chain a
priority.The out user This Ilghh.elght8n" I la heavy on you er.Its exceplIonal -
daughters of Ormond Beach club is sponsored by CBM, .Far anll.\llbraUon system Insures hours d comfortable cuUlng. lIeat yet II'I very alfordabie. 2- SEWER & DRAIN CLEANING
your sefety chain brake 18 standard. i3' NEW CONSTRUCTION
were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Inc., (formerly Children's Bible Mis- i3' REPAIRS&REMODELING 984.8786
Mrs. J. D. Seymour. sion), a non-denominational pro- SMALL ENGINESPIONEER a- WATER HEATERS
gram in the area for over 30
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Griffis
All those rides home
in Orlando SERVICE
spent Thursday to Sunday -
should be
picked up promptly by Bt SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT
with their grandsons,Jeremy and 3:20 p.m. For more information call 224 E. Washington Street Storke 964-7580
Danny while the boys parents, Mr. 4734782. tA
and Mrs. Ben C.Griffis were at a ---
convention in \V. Palm Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harrison of
Waycross Ga. were Sunday visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. Mr.

and Daytona Mrs.Beach Robert were Harrison Saturday of k1 Cb =me BE Large Selection

tains.visitors while enroute to the moun- r D Fr-

Ms. Robin Akers of' Lcs Angeles, R SHOP
Cal. spent last week with her HOW.Coll St. of )

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warren j\i\ 9645764Storku. LOCATED AT '
and took her daughter,'Rena, home ,
with her after an extended visit with .Flo. 110 W. Call Street

her grandparents.Mr.. and Mrs: Al. Kay Carlisle and Downtown Starke t.;" G I F T S '\' t, I''.: .

Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman at- .. f'c ;

tended the Mississippi State-UF Financing Available]; ,, \ u, ,,", :: ;;'; .. .
game in Starkeville, Miss on Satur- .,...
day. 1 1" rl'VSi"/, wAll I tn, ,p, .I. .

LCDR Barry Firth left Sept. 15 for
two years service in Guam with the I
Navy Air Force. 1/2 .

Miss Kelli Carver celebrated her Picture .
birthday Friday evening with a 1/2 ,
cruise with 10 friends with dinner
and dancing on the Jacksonville Frames flCe
Skyline. . . price

In Stock
Terry Wayne Fox was granted a
final adoption for his stepson on
Sept. 13. William Terry Fox, age 7,
is in second grade at Keystone
Elementary school. All Halloween AJI

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Siddons of

Fort Pierce spent the weekend with Deocrations & Gifts
their parents,Mr.and Mrs.Joe War-
ren and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siddons Coffee
and were accompanied home by her Mugs
daughter, Tammy, who had been I
visiting her grandparents.Mrs. 25 Vo Off

Gladys Williams spent the : :
weekend with her daughter and f42. in stock
family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc-
Quaig in Waycross, Ga. .

Mr. and Mrs. Brant Turner of
Washington, D.C. visited their
mothers, Mrs. Janet Turner in CALENDARS
Starke and Mrs. Deila Burchette in
Lawtey over the weekend. 1/2 Price

Mrs. James Blackshear visited
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Denison at I
Daytona Beach last Monday to
Thursday 1986 CALENDAR

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Mrs. Donald P.; Stilley of Jackson- w

ville was Sunday visitor of Mr. and .' wtr'1. ,. .. .I ... ../ ... .l'. BACK TO DuolangFolder
Mrs. R. C. Buford. i; .. II .. .. .. .. .. II II .. .. .. ;;il
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Mrs. Gloria King spent Saturdayand iI li ,.NN11 I

Sunday with her son, Mike King 1 .
ji g
in Leesburg., J lCIHIOOlb .One. Get One FREE
l1 11 !1 II 11 11 N 11 a a Buy
N,11 N !1 1t N !I ? n p 10 %

Mrs. F.J.Shaw, Mrs: W.H.Thomson .
1 1 1 1
and Mrs. Francis Merlie have .
returned after spending the month of i., .". ,. ,..n.n,. !..i:. ...u "" N. Off
Sept. in a Condo at Crescent Beach. .. n ,1 r

They had Mrs. Elna Schaffer as 1 1 1 1 1. -
guest from Saturday to Tuesday. 0: / t 11. 11 If 1i.. S F .. N 11a ,
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Anderson, Mrs. George Roberts, '
Mrs. J.E.Hardy and Mrs. Myldred t 1.. N ,. :0.:a; t 3 ... ... ... .1SuuNa 1986Quadrille 59C ,I

Cuttino were guests of Mrs. Clyde :E ,.N II ,. ?nuN N11 Z.nnI.na tl 11N1/ ? ? FILLER 100 sheet pgk ,
Sinclair last Sunday\ to Wednesdayat N

Hilton Head; S.C. . .. . 8ge I
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and 11N N nl.n WN nl.ltlrf N
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey sons j ..
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of New Orle.ins spent Thursday to ? N II.. .l .1.19 I
Sunday at their cottage at Kingsley 300 Sheetr..r..r

Lake. I;:

Mrs. A. J. Barry of Starke and -
Mrs. Barbara Poston of Keystone k

", Crl1 eights t..M\attended Guild meeting the Southeast at Charlotte Yarn, Graft Paper &<< Carbon Paper 50 Sheet : r,1e?

N.'" :,'pt. ;23 to 30. -. ...::a1oMEN'S o
it 1-\/\ Big Chief Tablets TYPINGPAPER. .
$1 0 9
Mead No. 2 Pencils . ..

li'a free .ervfc brought $1. 0 9 .
to you, by the Auxiliary of Bradford 10 each pkg ,! .
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I Mack Futch Honored Items of Interest- -- w ..

I With Promotion ed of youth groups of Fundamental tinning for six weeks.

Dinner HospIce Training Beulah BaptistHomecoming ;( Independent Baptist Churches in On Sunday, Oct. ., Prayer Com-
I i To Begin Oct. 10 Set Northeast Florida. The evening'will mitment Day, the RENEW team
Assistant State consist of skits ,music, a dynamic will be commissioned at the ID a.m.
Attorney Mack in in
maining private practice
Futch was honored last Starke Hospice Training Classes'wUl Beulah Baptist Church will be having message by Dr. Ron 1ei ly, and a LIturgy.
Thursday until 1957 when he became
at an
a going-away dinner begin Thursday, Oct. 10, at7:30p.m. their Homecoming on Sunday, pizza blast. Visitors are Invited tojoin The RENEW Prayer Vigil will be
at the
home of assistant state In the
attorney early at Alachua General. Hospital Oct. 20 following the 11 a.m. worship held on Thursday Oct. 10 from 9
Mr. and.Mrs. Wiley Clark at Lake 1970's he became the public In the Jun. For more Information
,Auditorium. service. a.m. until 7:30: ,concluding witha
Hampton Oaks. call 9MM41.Bradford p.m.
defender, later returned to private Schedule of classes will continue Plans made for dinner the Hour from
The are on Baptist Church is an independent Holy 7:>>8:30 p.m.
distinguished gathering drew practice and in 1982 again joined the each Tuesday evening at 7:30 for six grounds following the service, and a Baptist Church meeting ,
over 100
friends and dignitaries, including state attorney's office in Bradford weeks. Instructor is Patrice Moore, Gospel Sing scheduled for 2 p.m.The temporarily In the auditorium of
three sheriffs, one exsheriff County. For the past year and a half R.N. Fee will be $50. Call 372-4321, River City Trio of Jacksonville and School. Ser-
., five judges and one state attorney Mack has been in charge of the Hospice Office, for more ,informa- the Weeks Family will be featuredon vices are held Elementary Sundays at 9:45 a.m., Starke :Elem.::; News
gathered to wish Mack Baker County State Attorney's Of-, tion. the .
well in his move to the Sarasotaarea. program.Beulah 11 a.m.,and p.m.,and Wednesdaysat
fice.As Baptist Church is located 8 7:30: p.m. On Wednesday evenings The Fall Carnival will be held on

Born in Bradford Mack has been of October 1 Mack will be miles south of Middleburg on Hwy. Pastor David W. McClain is Saturday Nov. 2 from 2-4J p.m. on
active in the judicial system for the supervisor of the Sarasota Office in Birthday Party 21. The church pastor is Herbert teaching; a series on the doctrines of the school grounds.We .

past 35 years in this county. the 12th Judicial Circuit under State Honors Gwen and Don Mullaly. the Bible. Visitors are cordially in- are planning many booths for
The honorable Bradford County Attorney Frank Schaub. In additionto vited to attend all services. this year's carnival. In most cases,
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, State Attorney supervising the sixteen attorneysin Fletcher SaturdayMrs. Transportation may be arranged by we are only asking for 1 hour of your
Gene Whitworth and Assis- that office, Mack will be responsible phoning Pastor McClain at 964-4441. time on carnival day.Please contact

tant State Attorney Thomas Elwell for major prosecutions.Also Gwen Fletcher and her son, Lisa Dukes Honored your child's teacher if you can help.

gave brief speeches and presented attending the dinner were Bryan Fletcher, were honored at a With Bridal ShowerLisa We are beginning to collect
Futch with a briefcase as a momento Mrs. Adeline Futch and five of their joint birthday party at their home in homemade craft items for our Coun-
of the occasion. six children and their families. Lawtey, Saturday, Sept. 28, Dukes was honored at a St. Edwards News try Store. Any donations you wish to

Mack became a member of the The family will be joining Mack celebrating their joint birthdays on bridal shower on Tuesday, Sept. 17, RENEW KIckoH Sunday make will be greatly appreciated.These .
Florida Bar Association in 1950, re- Sarasota after the first of the year. Sept. 30. The party was given by at 7:30: p.m. The shower was given The Third Season of RENEW items may be sent or broughtin
Gwen's parents, Mr and Mrs. Leon by Mrs. Barbara Brown, Mrs. Linda representing Empowerment of the during school hours.
Hicks Mrs. Bobbie Sue O'Brian and Remember, we can have a great
Starling. ,
Holy Spirit was begun on Sunday,
This was also a welcome home Mrs. Debbie Ward, at the home of Sept. 29, at St. Edwards Church. carnival if everyone will help I

M O''UNCI party for Gwen, who had been a pa- the latter in Five Oaks Estates. Goal posts with a RENEW football
G'Michael tient in Shands Hospital for the past White carnation corsages were stood at the church entrance.
3' weeks being treated for leukemia presented to the honoree and to Mrs. Following Mass, parishionerswere
that was diagnosed In August. Margie Dukes, mother of the bride, invited to the parish hall for YOU ARE WHAT

Gregg Williams, Jr. Jacob Shaun HodgesMr. Those attending were her family and Mrs. Ruth Paladino mother of refreshments. The special cake with
and Mrs. Mark A. Hodges of and the Young People's Sunday the groom. red icing was decorated with a white YOU EAT!!
Mike and Beth Williams of Hampton Lake proudly announce School Class at Northside Baptist Games were played by the 25 dove symbolic of the Holy Spirit.Dr. .

Starke announce the birth of a son, the birth of a son, Jacob Shawn Church where she attends church guests present, with prizes serve William Marchese, St. Ed- Good nutrition Is !me foundation
Michael Gregg Williams, Jr. born Hodges born Sept. 19 in Gainesville. and Sunday School. awarded. The guests were ward's RENEW Coordinator and for good health. To find out more
Sept. 10 in Alachua General Jacob joins three-year-old brother Gwen is being treated as an outpa- cake, punch, mints and nuts from John Wadovsky, Team Small Group about!the food you eat,call TelMedat
Hospital. Joshua. tient for several weeks now. Gwen the dining room. Leader, gave designated times and 964-496 or J7B-0007 and ask
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. W. and Don would like to thank each one The dining table was decoratedwith places of the Small Group Meetingsto to hearanyof these free health Infor-
and Mrs. William Starner of Starke. M. Patrick of Lawtey. Paternal for their prayers, visits, cards and a white lace flounce tablecloth be held beginning Oct 13 and con- mallon tapes:
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and grandparents are Mr.and Mrs. E.W. gifts she received while in the with a crystal punch bowl in the

Mrs. Walter Williams ofStevensville.Md. Hodges, Jr., of Hampton Lake. hospital center, which was encircled with

Paternal great grandparents are There were approximately 100 in fern and daisies. Lisa received ....................................
Mrs. Ruby Hodges of Brooker and attendance. many beautiful gifts, including a Legal Notices
Mrs. Fannie Brookins of Starke. General Electric steam iron as a by the Board of' County
memento of the occasion from the Commissioners at Its
hostesses. scheduled
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT record and experience, regularly 14 October
meeting on
Bayless BaptistsTo OF FLORIDA EIGHTH willingness to meet time 1985.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN and budget requirements
Hampton HilitesBy Community News Honor New Pastor Varied Program At AND FOR BRADFORD location and YOURSELF PLEASE ACCORDINGLY. GOVERN-

Dolores Meng Elisabeth: G. Walker Bayless Highway Baptist Church Bradford Baptist Church COUNTY, FLORIDA loads.recent & current work .

Phone 468-1915 Phone 964-6883 will honor their new pastor and wife Bradford Baptist Church of Starke Ca.. No. 83-366-CA Those Individuals or Itchg 103IN
Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Epps with a began its firms consideration
Lu-EstheCha terOE.S.Ishaving eighth month as a church wishing THE CIRCUIT COURT
BookmobileThe a fashion show dinner at the Armoryon reception at the pastorium on Sun- with "Friend Sunday" on Sept. 15, IN RE: The Marriage Of who have not FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
day, Oct. 6 from 3 to 6 p.m. THOMAS previousfiled! their
Bradford County Bookmobile with numerous visitors present for DAVID FLORIDA
Edwards Road Oct.
on Saturday,
gives free service to this area every 12, from 6-9 Everyone is cordially invited to at- the services. CLARK, pre-q"nlification forms PROBATE DIVISION

Tuesday ftom 12:30 until 2:30: at the Tickets will p.m.be sold for $8 and may tend. Sunday, Sept. 22 was "Family Husband with theSuperintendent's CASE NO 85.45.CP
post office parking lot. Brenda be Marsha Day". Anna Craig was awarded a and officeare FILE NO. 1-3669
purchased by calling Invited do
BOONRUAN to so by 9
is the driver and beautiful Bible for the
Hulsey supervisor. family having
964-4620 Lucia 9646451.
Jamboree or largest number of family members PAKDIPANYA CLARK, a.m., October 14, 1985, IN RE: The Estate ofCLIFFORD
Girl Scouts
Wife.NOTICE. failing same shall
Everyone is invited to enjoy the Girl Scout Troop 68 will meet each attending with her. Sunday, Oct. 5 is not be considered.The B.
Hampton Jamboree Saturday even- Cemetery WorkingAt designated as "Noah and the Flood
Wednesday at 3:30: in the Conference OF ACTIONTO scope of this Deceased.
ing, Oct. 5, at the new City Park. Room at RJE Complex. Parents are Beulah CemeteryThere Sunday". : BOONRUAN selection Is for the NOTICE OF
Several good bands will be perform-- asked to cooperate by giving The Teen Departments of the PAKDIPANYA CLARK renovation, repair 01 ADMINISTRATIONTO
ing and a variety of food will be volunteer help.Apaitheid will be a cemetery workingat church, headed by Bill Bosier and You arc notified that construction of certain
available. Protest Beulah Cemetery in Camp Blan- Larry Whittemore will travel to an action hat been flied covered walkways for ALL PERSONS HAVING -
Congratulations40th There will be a program in protestof ding on Saturday, October 5. Jacksonville Saturday, Oct. 5 to play against you and you ore Bradford County School. CLAIMS OR
Anniversary Apartheid in South Africa at RJE The Turkey Trot Gate will be openat putt-putt golf. On Saturday evening, required to serve a copy Selection of the three DEMANDS AGAINST THE
Congratulations to Edward and Complex on Oct. 5 at 5 p.m. 7 a.m. Come and bring lawn Oct 26, the teens will be going to of your written defenses. best qualified firms shall ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
Dolores Mobley who celebratedtheir Everyone is invited. mowers. Trinity Baptist College in Jackson- If any to JAMES R. take place at 5 p.m., October OTHER PERSONS IN.
40th wedding annh'ersary on ville for a youth fellowship, compris- FLYNN ESQUIRE Peti 14, 1985, at the TERESTED IN THE ESTATE.
Sunday, Sept. 29. They renewed tioner's Attorney whose School Board office, 582 YOU ARE HEREBY
vows at the Calvary Baptist Churchin address is 405 West North Temple Avenue, NOTIFIED that the administration -
Stark, Starka, Florida. Negotiations of the
Starke. A reception was hosted by G.orgla Street with
the best
their children, Wayne Mobley, Florida 32091 on or estate of CLIFFORD B.
Dianne Hughes and Barbara CITY OF STAKE before October 16, 1985 qualified firm shall take BROWNING, deceased

Bridge ., \ and file the original with place Imm.dlal.lyth.r.aft.r, "'<-, Case Number 8545CP.
th. CI.rk of this Court and File Number 3669..
Four generations of their family JIM DUNCAN,
either before service on Is pending in the Circuit
participated in the ceremony. Petitioner's Attorney or Superintendent Court for Bradford( County
Church members hosted a dinner for NOTICE OFREFERENDUM Immediately thereafter, Bradford County Schools Florida. Probate Division
them in the church hall. 9/263tchg 10/10
or a d.fault will b. the address of
NewlywedsBest .nt.r.d against you for NOTICENOTICE which is P.O. Bcx B.Starke. .
wishes to Thomas Acey the relief demanded In Is hereby Florida 32091.
Paladino and Lisa Yvonne Dukes VOTEThe th. complaint or peti given that on Monday The personal representative
who were married Saturday, Sept. tion.WITNESS October 14, 1985 at of the estate Is
28, at the First United Methodist my hand and 10:00: a.m., the under FLOYE C. BROWNING
Church in Starke. Seal of this Court on signed GATOR whose address Is P. O.
New Baby September 16, 1985. FREIGHTWAYS, INC. will Box 653 Stork., Florida
I Mark and Tonya Hodges of Hampton GILBERT S. BROWN sell at public auction for 32091. The name and address
Lake proudly announce the arrival CLERK OF THE COURT cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., of the personalrepresentative's
I of their son, Jacob Shaun BRADFORD COUNTYBy Jacksonville Florida attorney -
Hodges. He was born Sept. 19 at Beulah Moody D.C one lot of auto parts consigned ore set forth
9/19 4tchg 10/10 to JOES AUTO below.

Alachua Gainesville General, weighing Hospital 8 Ibs. 14 o2.in City of Starke, Florida will soon NOTICEOF Pierson SALVAGE, Flo.& WRECKING., to satisfy claims All persons or demands having

and measuring 21 inches. He joins freight and storage against the estate or.requlr.d. .
his three year old brother, Joshua. charges, under the WITHIN THREE
consider the of SALE provisions
I Paternal grandparents are E.W. enactment a special glv.n of Section 4b( ) of MONTHS FROM THE
and Lucy Hodges of Hampton Lake. Notice Is h.r.by Uniform Standard Bill of DATE OF THE FIRST
is Christine that I I. Dolph E. ; PUBLICATION OF THIS
Maternal grandmother
Patrick of Lawtey. Paternal great assessment against property to finance as sheriff of Bradford und.r lading.GATOR FREIGHT WAYS, NOTICE to file with the
grandmothers are Fannie Brookinsof County; Florida INC. clerk of the above court
and of Writ of
Starke and Ruby Hodges of by Carrier01.577417dtd72385 o written statement of
downtown The of Execution to-wit:
Brooker. redevelopment in City Execution Issued out any claim or demand
have. Each
10/32tchg 10/10 they may
Colsie Rigdon returned home last Starke. The downtown redevelopmentplan County of County, Florida Court pursuantto of Duval NOTICENOTICE claim and must must be Indicate in writing the
several days :
following forF.rguson
Thursday a Final Judg.m.nt I. hereby bans for the claim, the

treatment at Bradford VisitorsMr. Hospital. includes funding for offstreet parking Inc., and against Enterprises W. V., October given that 14 on, 1985 Monday, at, creditor name, and or address his agent of the or

and Mrs. Paul Lefebvre and Forsyth. Jr., d/b/a For 10:00: a.m., tI,. undersigned attorney, and the
son of Alabama spent the weekend syth Plumbing, defen GATOR amount claimed. If the
with his mother, Mrs. Viola Lefeb- i facilities.I dent In the amount ofS4.301.55 FREIGHTWAYS, INC.. claim is not yet due, the
vre and the Ed Spell family.Mr. together with will sell at public auctionfor dote when it will, become
and Mrs. Paul Meng visited costs of collection. cash at 2600 LloydRd. due shall be stated. If
their daughter and boys, Phyllis Mc- Have seized and haveIn trie ., Jacksonville, Fla., the claim is contingent or
and Ryan in Tampa my possession described on. lot of chair consigned unliquidated the natureof
weekend following p r-
the uncertainty shall
last to John Keller Pompano -
Affected shall have sonal prop.rty to-wit: Beach Fla., to be stated. If the claim is
Hampton Teacher ElementaryNew property owners an 1977 GMC truck, VIN satisfy freight and secured, the security
No. TCL337B527488 shall be described. The
Carol McLeol was welcomed as 1980 Ford Truck ton, storage charges under
seventh teacher on Tues- to vote the the provisions of Section claimant shall deliver
the grade opportunity on redevelopmentplan VIN no. F37GNGDO255, 4b of Uniform Standard sufficient copies' of the
day Oct. 1. Miss McLeod is formerly 23' GrXfcraft Boat FL ( ) claim to the clerk to
from Port Charlotte and now. residesin 3643 CM (built 1981)), Bill of Lading enable the clerk to mail
by secret ballot October 22 1985 GATOR
Gainesville. on Boat trail.r Magic- INC. one copy to each personal -
She graduated from the University Tilt S.rlol No. 1073544.. Carrier representative.All .
I of Florida in May. Among her As the property of the Pro 01-579497 did. persons interestedin
at Starke Hall between the hours of
special interests are singing, sewing City above nam.d defendantand 8/1/85 the estate to who a
and crafts. that on Monday the 10/3 2tchg 10/10 copy of this Notice of Administration
PTA Meeting 14th day of October, has been
I On Thursday, Oct. 10, a PTA 7:00: a. m. and 7:00: p.m. Absentee ballots 1985, at 2:00 p.m. on moiled are required
meeting is to be held at the school said day on the premises NOTICE OF WITHIN THREE MONTHS
I at 7 Carnival plans of the Bradford County PETITION FILED FROM THE DATE OF THE
will beginning be made at p.m.that time and much may be obtained from the City Clerk of Jail Yard I will off.r (orsale TO CLOSE STREETS FIRST PUBLICATION OF
and the community and sell to the SECURITY THIS NOTICE to file, any
from parents
help is needed.Student CouncilAt the City of Starke during normal business highest hand bidder the for above cashIn HOME SITES have objections that challenge they may the

described property YOU ARE HEREBY validity of th.decedent'swill
the recent election held at the said defendant to satisfy NOTIFIED that NORMANJ. the qualifications of
school by students from the 4. 5, 6, hours. the aforesaid Execution. CONTI and LAURA the personal representative -
and 7th grades, the following of- DOLPH E. REDDISH CONTI his wife, have filed or the venue or
ficers were chosen: President: Wyatt Sheriff a petition with the jurisdiction of the court.
: Collins, Vice President Joey Hall, Bradford County Florida Board of County Commissioners All CLAIMS,
I Secretary Lisa Jones, Treasurer 9/19 4tchg 10/10 for Bradford DEMANDS AND OBJEC
Gina Padgett, Sergeant at I Arms County. Florida requesting TIONS NOT SO FILED

Fletcher Rodgers. The assessment plat showing the area INTENT TO ACQUIRE the the county disclaimany to WILL BE FOREVER BAR-
Class representatives are: PROFESSIONALARCHITECTURAL renounce RED.
Padgett and Eric Don- right of the county Date of the first

nerstag grade-Jason; 5th grade-Alicia Woods to be assessed the plans and specification SERVICES BY and the public In and to publication, of this Noticeof
and Danielle Hersey; 6th grade- COMPETITIVESELECTION the following: Administration: October
All of Ann Street and 3. 1985.RICHARD .

Trish grade-Cindy Jones and Griffis Jana, T.J.Lester Orton; and 7th of the proposed redevelopmentplan The Bradford Stark County, that lying portion directly of Ann South Court of 954 N. Tempi E. WELTY/ AvenueP.

Mary Wood. School Board. Lots 5. 6, 7. of Block 4, O. Box 995
Steve Acree, P.E. Instructor, is and the estimated of'the Florida, In accordance SECURITY HOME SITES, Stark, Florida 32091
cost im-
Meetings are with Florida Statutes
the Council, Advisor. p.r plat thereof In Plat ((904)) 96".8050Attorn.y
heldy other, Tuesday. Discussion 287.055 shall Book 2, at page 34, for Personal
involves needs of the school. for the open competition In the public records of Brad Representative
'.. far Wash provements are open inspection by ] selection of a Professional ford County Florida. FLOYE C. BROWNING
Council is sponsoring YOU .ARE FURTHER
The Student Archllectj ,Personal
be based Representative
ear wash on Sat.. Oct 12, at the NOTIFIED, that the Petitioners of
pl public at Starke City Hall. upon, but not limited CLIFFORD B. BROWN
"Community State Bank parking lot to: capabilities, ode. will request the ING. '
in Starke. Proceeds are intended for quacy of ...>.oiinel.' post passage of a resolution 10/3 2tchg 1010I ,
\\w\ planned Christina i Dance.
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son each week.
1 2) The entry must be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and
; must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday -
i! afternoon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the team
i you think will win or"tie" if you think the game will end in a tie. The
I. t ) i/ person who picks the most games right will win the top prize.
r' 3) In case of ties we will use the total points scored in the Bradford
: t4 SFr High School game each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a
!: tiebreaker. Please fill inopponent the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes
i and their combined in the tiebreaker blank. For instance -
I: if the score in the Tornadoe game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents
i' 7, the correct score was 26 points.
I 4) All decisions of the judges ares final. A second tiebreaker will be used
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i k W. Madison I MOSLEY TIRE CO. M.chlnic.IR.pl"

.-' 964.7200 Air Force vs Notre Dame Muffler Work U.S. 301 South Starke
Florida vsLSU 964.6600
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BII Dodd EVENINGS 984-7406 Randy Cory EVENINGS 864.8590 t..- ," We Have Your Wagon... e

John GIHn 533-2121 9648593 -- Come See How Economical .
Wayne Douglas I c'
CECELIA Irving Clark. ,Jr. ....".. HovliWart 9647454iTERWIlLEGAR "Indianapolis vs Buffalo
Tommy ChatUIn 964-4319 It Is to Operater! TI,.. Wrtck.r..., *
Putnam Custom Made Gator Sports Shirts SUZUKI of STARKE

16.95 to '22.95 U.S. 301 South 964-6020

Medicare Services .
(u.s. 301, South) .
We Have A Large
2S2F South Walnut Street
.. 107-E W. Edwards Road PJ' S (Across 964-7434 from Norman's) Selection of

964-4O37 Monday'Friday tae Saturday 10.5 ( NEW SUZUKIS
Ohio St '
vs Illinois
iii, J Detroit vs Green Bay Gator & Seminole. Gift Items In Stock

';. Red & Gray Fat Laces Parts Service SMU.vs Sales Arizona

102 E. Brownlee Road -

Starke C. Jones Funeral Home
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Orien Wells & BucholzvsTitusvllle -1J' JJ. "- &.iili! ')
Moore ; ,
Charlie Schramm Pniv'rtiwill ). ,,. Ji, ; Jones Convalescent Services

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treat !
your right rwo-= <1''
Miami Dolphins vs Pittsberg 473-3176 Keystone Hgts 964.6200 Starke

CHEVY-OLDS. ,:: _..._. ,. Baylor vs Houston "Let Us Help You, Spread Confidence" fi;

Bradford Square Starke 964-5423
; 434 W. Call Street Starke
See Jim for a Large Selection l jEO'ttUE ROBERTS.AGENT SCOTT ROBERTS.AGENT
of Men's Suits ROBERTS REAL ESTATE _, 964-5827

& Sportscoats 'f 98B TEMPLE AVE. GEORGE KOUEKTS.BROKER We Have A Laz-A-Boy Recliner
AT A GREAT PRICE s (1104) IIn4a2t2( ""'KAISLK: for Watching Those Games in Comfort
UCHS vs Newberry 'OMPLETE APPRAISAL SERVICE NY Giants vs DallasEverything

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Community State Bank Building Supplies, I I,
Paint & Tools Florida vsLSU
CORBETT'S Corbett's ri A Service .
es 3 Locations to Serve. You III\\\111\

TIRES & SERVICE D & S Motors Inc.
402 N. Temple Starke Denmark Furniture ,k

9646436KHHSvsPKYonge '', ,' 4 ,T. 1 Lake Butler I Starke Keystone Hgts.
Jackson Building Supply I S.W.6th Ave. US 301 South Jet SR 21 & 100
:', 'o\ ,," 496-3079 964.6078 473-4973
Jones Funeral Home ,
COMMUNITY STATE BANK Lake Chevy-Olds ', ; r1",
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OF STARKE Mosley Tire CoPJ"s 'J ,
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U.S. 301 South 964-7830 Sporting Goods'r'r TEAL TILE

; Putnam Medicare Services _
( Kansas City vs LA Raiders & CARPET INC. -
I, George Roberts Insurance_ ,

t .: Come See Us for Ross Paint Center f 131 N. Cherry Street Starke, Florida
Your Home Improvement. .
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Stumps Department Store
*Awxto' Loan Today I ,

Suzuki of Starke "
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D & S MOTORS, INC., Motors .. pR
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\\"j, 207 N. Temple Avenue' Starke, 964.7556 .' k j ACE HARDWARE,_
Terwlllegar Realty_ "r Oklahoma SI VI Tulsa
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, .. Kerosene Heaters
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Direct video inputs lor superior picture quality fr i f y
during playback of home VCR or videodisk v
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Services full
Emergency when they are on duty and between them they have put .
Handsome Dark Brazilian Rosewood
time staff Supervisor Cliff Chapman. Paramedics in alot of duty.Scott has nine years of service Cliff and styling I
19" Color
Scott Taylor Dan Cuddington Paul West and Bill Paul each have seven years. Bill has six years and Dan ((1. Sony
has four years, all with Bradford Rescue. .
These full time paramedics work around the clock
t9'I, Cash & Carry

I Emergency Services Week Celebrated I Ji .'. $ 3 Q C 9 9

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Governor Bob Graham has proclaimed nel taught Lawtey Correctional In- who sees the Rescue and/or Fire
September 29- October 5 as stitution first responser and later Truck parked at the college.
Emergency Medical Services Weekin this month Theressa Volunteer Fire Emergency Services continue to
Florida. Department will receive instruction.This provide instruction for the general ----
The proclamation states emergency will enable the outlying area to public with classes in first aid, CPR \ -II
medical services of Florida pro- administer first aid until Rescue arrives and/or first responder. -
vide necessary life-saving medicalcare said Chapman.The During EMS Week the Explorersare -
to the citizens and visitors of participating in health screeningat -
Florida. More than 27,000 emergency annual Disaster Drill was con- Bradford Hospital. Anyone (maleor
personnel are on dury around the females, 14 to 20) who is in-
ducted by the American Red Crossof
clock. terested in working with doctors IQl
Jacksonville 30.There
Sept. was a
EMT's, )
paramedics nurses ambulances
good scenario and response, accor- 'I
Bradford Rescue had a busy year, ding to Dr. Peter Gianas, Medical or hospital i'l I \\
a 25 percent increase in runs over Director.A rooms is invited to join \ -
last year,according to Supervisor of mock explosion at Bradford Registration night is October 14 at I
at 812A North Grand St. in
Emergency Services Cliff Chapman. p.m.
Square was real enough that one
Rescue units responded to more citizen in the grocery store said she Starke. SO1'c \I\I10
than 100 calls each month in Feb., was afraid to leave the store. \)
March, May, June and Sept. Three Organ Donors 1 ,,
other months were in excess of 90 During the past year the response Emergency Services are sponsoring
calls the first nine months of 1985. with the Starke Fire Departmenthas an Organ Donor Program SRF-20W 9 5
During the year the Explorer Post been outstanding, said Chap- Awareness for the general public WALKMAN FM STEREO RADIO 4
460 was organized,the troop now has man. The Emergency Medical and law enforcement.
13 members.A Technicans with the city mean safer Posters appearing around town FM Stereo reception
residences.The depict a medical emergency with In- Micro Dynamic Receiver(MDR) headphones with
comprehensive emergency second EMT class at Santa Fe formation numbers if you would like Samarium Cobalt magnets and mylar diaphragms
management plan was tested with Community College is now being to leave a life-giving legacy The Best LED tuning indicator makes tuning in of stations
hurricane Elena and Rescue persona conducted.To relieve anyone's mind become a potential organ donor. !

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one really plans on having a Hospital,Inc., is a 24 hour,physician ment with five treatment bays. Recorder In TownSharp
medical emergency, but statistics covered (on-call) facility. The staff "This new emergency room will Video
be a modern facility with state-of-
treats all types of emergencies,
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from minor cuts to car ac the-art equipment. It will have a
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that you or someone you VC-582U Wired Remote
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Each year, more - - - -
accident injury sustain, offer new outpatient services and &
people are treated in the United or you Cash
States at emergency care facilities.The you should come to the emergencyroom care, said Judy Moore, Assistant
Administrator of Bradford Hospital.
number of Americans visiting and let our staff do the evalua-
tions. You don't have to use home
hospital steadily increased emergency since 1960 when remedies or self-treatment becausewe September 29 through October 5 IIl III 1 ILLl.I IEJlns Carry
statistics showed 48 million have qualified physicians that has been designated Emergency
visited are available to serve you," said Medical Services Week. In recognition -
Americans emergency Bradford Hospital Administrator C. of it, Bradford Hospital will be
departments.Bradford Hospital's emergency E. O'Steen.Included. performing free blood pressures, fI$2pl
cholesterol and glucose screening on
treats almost 500 in the building programnow .
department each month. underway at Bradford Hospitalwill Thursday, October 3 from 3:30 to
emergency The emergency patients room at Bradford: be a new emergency depart 5:30 p.m. in the hospital library. taxGet

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the dust settle last Friday Singled out by Hurse on offense some good defense." pressure said Sexton.He Number 31 Clinton Jenkins car-
night, it was Tornadoes 35 and West were Frank Long for his outstanding Inside linebackers Gary Wise and is expecting a tough challengethis ried the ball 13 times for a gain of 83 Anothe only completed junior one for 15 yards.
Nassau 13, making BHS 3-0 for the job of throwing the ball and reciever Ron Brown were cited by Sexton for Friday when the Tornadoes go yards Friday night, averaging about one in the air, Robert but didn't Starling got
season. Mike Chappell with his two their efforts against West Nassau against Inverness this Friday at 6.4 yards per carry. Fullback Aaron
"I'm very pleased with the ball touchdown catches. The offensiveline along with Billy Jackson and Aaron home. They are 3-0 so far this season Mathews made six carries for a totalof any. .
game," said David Hurse, BHS head did real well, making good improvements Mathews. and ranked seventh in 3A competition 60 yards, averaging 10-yards per Recievers for the evening put 30 of
coach. "Played super, great progress from last week he said. "We got good pressure on the according to Sexton.In trip. Mathews also made one score the 35 points on the board for the
from Fernandina..put points Coming in for the nod defensivelywere quarterback, said Sexton, after play action West Nassau's during the evening.It Tornadoes. Tight-end Mike Chappel
on the board." senior' line-backer Lonnie West Nassau tried un-successfully to quarterback was sacked six times was Frank Long's night, making caught two passes for 39-yards and
A key factor in the win according Hamilton and junior offensive tackle pass and then switched to running. by the Tornadoes, losing a total of 40 10 of 16 throws for 143 yards and two touchdowns. Junior David
to Hurse was that West Nassua used Ron Brown. Lonnie Hamilton, Chris Cribbs yards during the evening. Credited completing three for touchdowns.The Williams caught one for 19yardsand
the same type of defense as Fernan- "Felt like we had a real good and Gregg were named by the coach with catching the play-caller were only damper was one In- one score.
I dina had the week before. This was defensive ball game," said Mike for their good jobs. Billy Harrell and Billy Jackson, Gary Wise, Lonnie tercepted by West Nassau. Pat Diggs snagged two- for
;I like playing the same game two Sexton, head defensive coach. Greg Doughtery came on from the Hamilton, Greg Jackson, Ron Substituting for Long, junior 29-yards and Aaron Mathews also
weeks in a row he said. "Three weeks.--In..a row we played defensive tackle to add to the Brown and Chris' Dougherty. Johnny Clark threw three times, but, got two for a total of 33-yards. '.'

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ranked Inverness will nadoes have been to date, and the Inverness Right slotback Ronnie Kearse, no. kick, points out BHS Defensive Coor-
give Tornado gridders their toughesttest defense is aggressive and 25, 175-12, is used as a tailback and dinator Mike Sexton. The kick offs
of the season to date on Brad- quick. lines up in that position some. are aimed right at an opposing
ford Field tomorrow night (Friday "You wouldn't believe how quick Fullback Jeff Southall, no. 27, 160-11, player and tried to recover the foot-
Oct. 4)) at 8 p.m.Exceptionally. they are," said Coach Hurse after is the main runner. Southall has cat- .
;1 quick, much viewing films of the Hurricanes,who like quickness, is a fast, strong run- ball.A
quicker than anybody would expect, are extremely quick off the ball on ner and the rushing leader of his conference good many of the Hurricane
says Head Tornado David Hurse of offense and have good defensive Against Dade City, Southall players go both ways, including
1d 1// the visiting Hurricanes with which reactions. rushed 22 times for 156 yards and Kearse, Elling, Avery, John and
1H BHS had just a one-year contract. The Hurricane offensive forma- four touchdowns. Rick Langley, Beasley QB John
The next three games, Inverness, tion is the same two slot-backs used Quarterback John Langley, no. 42 Langley is the middle linebacker on
H Macclenny, and North Marion, are by both Fernandina and West 155-12 is extremely quick, fast, anda defense.
expected to be the toughest tests of Nassau, but with an unbalanced line. good faker.
the season for the Tornado eleven. Most of the time the Canes run Left slotback Ricky Langley, no.
I Inverness,3-0 is not a district foe for. ,toward the, strong side, the side with 21, 150-11, is small but quick, and a BUS Chances...
BHS, thus the Tornadoes will be three. linemen. good runner. He rushed 14 times for Can the Tornado eleven win
.( tested without the possibility of los- Unlike the previous two BHS opponents 92 yards against Dade City. against a tough Inverness squad,
ing to a district foe. Baker is ranked the lone Inverness back is Split end on the strong side is Bob- ranked 7th in the state.
10th. lined up behind a guard, not directly by Avery, no. 20, 170-11, who has .It's just the sort of challenge
::1 Inverness, or Citrus County High, behind the quarterback.You good speed and is a good blocker. veteran Tornado coaches David
was ranked the number 10 class 3A know what's coming, says Defensively, Inverness uses a five Hurse and Mike Sexton like.
11 school last week, and moved up to Coach Hurse. But opponents just man front, a straight 50. Once, The Tornadoes have some
7th this week after a 43-0 romp over haven't been able to stop them. against Vanguard, the middle guard quickness, Coach Sexton points out.
::1 Dade City. Inverness lost to Dade CI- The Hurricanes threw only three stood up and moved back as a "I think we're up to it," said Coach
ty in three over times in 1984, and times in the 43-0 whitewashing of linebacker, making the lineup into Sexton.
lost a close, tough contest to Dade Dade City. what is known as an old bubble Coach Hurse says Inverness is
City the year before. But they pull the slot back from defense. good. But the Head Tornado has said
Friday contest is cooking up to be the weak side, the one with only two Against Inverness, the used a trick all along that BHS is going to be good
one of the best football games local blockers, and run the strong side. play on the kick-off. John Langleyran this season. And, Coach Hurse says
Photoi By Don Sapp fans will get to see this season. The down linemen are Scott Elling, the kick-off back up the middleto every week the Tornadoes have im-
q I TD Catch... Ard John/ereu.en, "Unbelievable quickness," says number 84, 215-12; Tom Bender, no. the 20, then lateraled across the proved. Witness: the easy way they
Coach David Hurse of the Hur- 51, 200-plus, 11; Joe Beasley, no. 73, field to brother Ricky Langley who took care of West Nassau.
BIIS Tight End Mike Chappell made this fingertip catch for a 20-yard ricanes. Their offensive line is as 210-12, center Mike D'Ambrasio, no. ran completed the run for an 83 yard Inverness runs the football right at
touchdown Friday night as Aaron Mathews follows the play. good as Bradford's, the Hurricanesare 66, 225-11; Tommy Hill, no. 52, touchdown on the kick off. you. "We're going to try to have people
Chappell beat his defenderobscured by Mathews) by a step on the big more aggressive that the Tor 195-10, and Rick Briggs, no. 75, Inverness kicked off short against in the right positions for them,"
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I Bradford Gridders Keep Improving as they Dominate West Nassau VarsityBradford I

High gridders, improving two to tight end Mike Chappell and mixed passing and running Dy runn-
; pressured into throwing a running Taking over, this time from the
each week, romped 35-13 over one to tight end David Williams. ing back Clinton Jenkins and game that was stopped without a BHS up 13-0 with 7:40: remaining in WN 32, BHS scored its fourth
West Nassau and remain undefeatedat Tailback Clinton Jenkins rushed fullback Aaron Matthews and a first down, and a squibby punt that the second touchdown going up 26-0 with 37
3-0 so far this season.It for 83 yards in 13 attempts and one passing from quarterback Frank traveled only 11 yards. Bradford County 7 It i 0 -35 seconds remaining in the second
is also leaves the Tornado TD. Fullback Aaron Matthews, ad- Long. 6-4 wide receiver Pat Diggs Starting from the WN 26 yard line, Walt Nassau 0 0 0 13 -13 period. On the short drive QB Long
eleven at 2-0 in District 3-3A. It ding another demension to the BHS caught 15 yard to the WN
was a pass 18 Tornado QB Long completed an 11 -Janklns. 13 yd. run. IP- Hamilton, kick. completed passes of 15 yarfds to
the third week the Tornadoes faced a running attack, ran for 60 yards in 6 yard line, speedy wide receiver Andy yard pass to fullback Matthews to .Chappall" :0 yd. pan. EPKick fallad. wideout Andy Jones and hit tight end
I 4-4 defense such as BHS, itself,uses. attempts and one TD. Jones caught a pass in the right the 15. FB Matthews dove over the e-M.eb.w.. If yd. run. BP- Hamilton kick. Mike Chappell for another 20 TD
It was the second week the fast- Linebacker Chris Cribbs tackled flat and ran for five yards to the WN middle for five yards, fullback Greg Chappall" 20 yd. p.". EP- kick lallad. strike. Chappell came across the
improving Big Red defense faced a West Nassau's usually elusive 13, from where RB Jenkins, on the Wiggins then caught a pass on the E-Cribb.al.ty. Tackled OB In IIZ.8WIIII.ms. field at the goal, had a step on the
double-wing offensive attack. quarterback Brown in the endzonefor counter play leaving 3 4 tacklersin 30 yd. pill Iron OB Long. EP-
or sideline and got to the six before be- Hamllton kick. WN defender, caught the pass and
I The BUS defense corralled elusive a safety. his wake, made a determined run ing forced out of bounds. But on stepped into the endzone. Hamilton'sEP
: WN quarterback Vincent Brown Starting the second half, clean into the endzone. David Hamilton, fourth and one from the six, the BMS Wast boot bounced off the right goal
holding WN to 20 yards rushing and Tornado uniforms started showingup hitting on three of five extra points from center was fumbled by BHS snap, First' Dawns U Nassau 1 post and BHS was up 26-0.
sacking the quarterback six times. in the Big Red lineup. The center including one miss which hit the and the scoring threat temporarilyended. Rushing Yards J7-H4 14-21 Linebacker Chris Cribbs caught WN
Getting the sacks were Big Red was Bryan Barton and a new strong right cross bar and bounced back, Passing Y.rd. 1M 120 QB Brown in the BHS BHS endzonefor
defensive end Billy Jackson, inside tackle, Andrew Timmons, started added the extra point with 51 From its six,WN lost a yard in two PA-PC.PI 21-11-1.6-0 a safety to put BHS up 280. WN
"Ij linebackers Gary Wise and Ron the third period. Starting center seconds remaining in the first rushing attempts, linebacker Lonnie Punts .U.S 6-32.7 had to kick off from the 20 and Aaron
:j Brown, defensive tackles Greg Danny Manning switched to strong period.Touchdowns. Hamilton breaking in to toss the WN Pumblts-lost 1-' ..M. Matthews returned it 15.yards to the
Jackson and Chris Dou terty, and guard for the first time this season to then came quickly as running back for a 2V4 yard loss. Chris Cribbs, Greg Wiggins, and' WN s45.
j outside linebacker Lonme Hamilton. get some experience there. Before it the Big Red defense almost com- Another squibbed punt, this one Ron Brown combined to stop WN at QB Long then engineered one
1 Offensively, BHS had 304 yards of was over the entire BHS squad had pletely tattled the West Nassau of- traveling only 16 yards!, puts BHS its 35. Inside linebacker Ron Brown more scoring drive as the third
: offense,passing and running almost played. It was good experience for fense and penalties pushed the Warriors back in business on the WN 21. tossed WN QB Brown for a six yard period wound down. Long passed for
at will. BHS had 146 yards rushing the youngsters and a real morale further back. Starting from On second down from the 20, QB loss and a left end run cost WN twoyams. 11 yards to Pat Diggs, 14 yards to '
:I and 158 passing in a balanced attack. booster, points out Head Tornado their own 21 after the first BHS Long threw to tight end Chappell, A WN back got loose for 11 wideout Todd McLeod and then 20
Quarterback Frank Long completed David Hurse. touchdown the Warriors steadily the football going over the receiver yards the 35, and WN chose to yards to wideout David Williams for
i, 11 of 21 passes for three touchdowns. BHS opened its scoring barrage in lost ground due to a holding penalty, into Chappe1 's hands in the corner on fourth down but it was broken pass up the TD. Hamilton's extra point put
.'i The TD tosses were all for 20 yards. the first period with a yard drive of off-target passes as QB Brown was of the endzone. The second TD put by BIIS' Johnny Clark. BHS up 35-0.
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II;I! J.V. Squad Defeats day High Blue Devils 26-12 I Knee Braces AppreciatedBradford

/fI The Bradford- High 'School Tornadoes touchdowns in the third quarter' ''in the fourth quarter after a key The J-V, 2-0, will play its first High School Head Football Coach David H rS said he did .
1 J-V jumped ahead early and before Clay could answer. 31-yd. reception. Darin Patterson game at home tonight (Thursday, not expect this reaction when he addressed the Starke Rotary Club a
never trailed in a 26-12 win over Clay Both TD's were set up by Blue scored the final TD on an 8-yd. run, Oct.3) hosting a tough St. Augustine couple of weeks back and mentioned the fact that he would like for
I High in Green Cove Springs Sept.26. Devil fumbles, the first coming with Jenkins kicking the PAT. Yellow Jacket team. every member of the Tornadoes to have knee braces for protection.
I Penalties stalled the Tornadoes at when Clay started its opening seriesof Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. at the A couple of days later, Hurse opened a letter from Lake Chevrolet-
I the Clay 25 on their first possession, the half. Home Opener;.. Bradford High Football Stadium. Oldsmobile of Starke, and enclosed was a check to cover the cost of
i but after Darin Patterson returned a Brady Rehberg pounced on a loose' five new knee braces. .
., punt 27 yards to the Clay 23, the Tor- ball at the Clay 19, and 5 plays later, Since that time, 30 additional braces have been donated to the BHS
nadoes took a 6-0 lead on a 3-yd Darin Patterson took it in from 5 Girls Volleyball Teams Not Giving UpThe I Athletic Department by businesses and individuals.
f! plunge by Spenser Smith with 1:36: yards out. Jenkins try for the PAT Coach Hurse expresses his appreciation to the following for their.
left in the first quarter.; Malachi was no good, and the Tornadoes led Bradford High School girls'. lost its concentration, and lost the donations to the program:
oj Jenkins kicked the PAT. to give the 136. volleyball team is now 0-5 on the rubber match 153. Orlan Wells of Lake ChevroletOlds.F. .
'I A Brian Davis from the one young season, but they haven't G. Mueller of Alligator Creek Ranch.
I Tornadoes a 7-0 lead. keeper given. In winning the 15-6 game, Amy
Ken Teal of Teal Tile and
.1 It looked as though the Blue Devils capped a 6-play drive that started i up.Coach Williams served 6 points, Unissa Carpet Company..
'I were coming right back when, on, when Chris Douglas recovered a Inez Diggs says the bright King 3, Angel Spell 5, and Ann Starl- Mr. Burl Taylor.
possession. Robert Lends Clay fumble at the Clay 32. Once spot is that the teams are looking ing 1.Coach. John Torode of Torode Oil Company.
turned the corner along the right again, Jenkins try for the PAT was better each game in. Diggs said errors cost the Coach Hurse said it will take 68 braces to equip the 34 players on the
i the Tornadoes led 19-6. Tornado roster, and thanks to the contributions. the department now
:. side and scampered 64-yards for the no good and junior varsity ladies a 15-5 match ,
has a total of 56, just 12 shy.
Santa Fe
TD. However Dexter Williams' run On the following kickoff Robert Prevails...
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The braces, which cost
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failed the Blue Lewis returned the ball 90 yards for forward movement but prevent -
for the conversion as The varsity Lady Tornadoes drop was not playing that well., but did not side-to-side motion of the knee which
Devils were penalized for illegal procedure Clay's only other touchdown. James peel the first game 15-8, but came: 'make as many errors. is hit Just right on the knee. causes injury when a player
and the Tornadoes led 7-6 at Tobler tried to run for the conver- back strong to win the second game In the second game of the match, to donate
Anyone wishing can contact Coach Hurse "
sion, but was stopped by Brady 15-6 and send the at the BHS Field
halftime. match into a third ,which BHS lost 15-11, Marcie Brown House, phone 964-6470.or mail contributions to Bradford
The Tornadoes came out strong In Rehberg. I' game Sept.19. r- Into, Tangela Pittman 4, Please specify what the 1 contribution Is for. High School.
J'.,I the second half, scoring two more The Tornadoes scored again early Coach Diggs said the team then '.,and Nicole Clark and Tricia Jones ,1 -


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D AJ :m .Above This flag from the 24th Infantry Florida Army National Guard
wits one of many displays borrowed from the St. Augustine National
Guard Museum for display at the dedication of the new armory. Others
A Vision from the Past... Included uniforms, gas masks, guns, sabers, pictures and newspaper

This fountain was restored at the front of the new armory building. The fountain and the beautiful new armory building wire much com- clippings.
(Below, right) This member of the Navy precision parachutist team
mented the large number of people in attendance.
on by
It stands on the origional site of a World War II fountain that was built .
files Old Glory during a demonstration put on after the dedication for the
the bed constructed at the .
near 3,000 hospital Blanding war.
families attending the weekend-long activities at Blanding.

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Dedication of new Armory marks milestone in progressive changes in Blanding facility

By Mark Friedlin Camp Blanding today that were moved here from '. .,'" ."
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With a flourish and a loach of nostalgia officials at was the superintendent's house was one of them. The r "' 1v
the Camp Blanding Military Reservations dedicatedthe four houses are on each of the four corners of the :
National Guard's new Armory and Post Head- camy'" Cooper said. y f'
quarters in ceremonies Saturday morning followedby you go to the Post Exchange today at Jackson- v 7 j
a festive Family Day attended by a large crowd. ville Naval Air Station, you will see one area that is '
Rapid growth in the number of visiting troops using raised higher than the rest, where the architecture if I
the unique Camp Blanding training facility slightly different. This'area of that building is all thatis

necessitated the move to a larger headquarters, a left of Camp Foster at NAS," said Cooper. > ,-u- ,.. .
construction project initiated two years ago that has Cooper; said his first trip to the present site of plan-..: f.L % V; .. ,. p
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The speeches at the dedication ceremony were ; : s.: '1: : ,tY '. '..
highlighted by a narrative of Camp landings'' .:;
Maj. Gen. Ralph W. Cooper Ret., who was 7 '
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ding facility. .
Maj. Gen. Cooper told the crowd the origins of the '. "I
post began with the first headquarters located in f ,
Jacksonville, a site which is now the Jacksonville ." ,',
Naval Air Station. '
The Jacksonville site was first called Camp Joseph I'). "L 0
E. Johnson when it was built in 1917 and then renam- ."':
ed Camp Foster after a general who duM in 1928. :: '
"In the late 1930's war seemed imminent"said ;
Cooper, "The navy wanted to take over Camp Fosteras ,. ",
a training site and this was approved by the Ar-
mory Board, providing that the Navy give the Na- ..
tional Guard $400,000 to build a camp somewhereelse.
Cooper noted that Jacksonville's businessmen and

government officials realized the advantages to having .",
a naval i training site in the city and raised the 'S 1
$400,000 to give to the Armory Board, with the pro- \ % 1
viso that the new national guard camp site be chosenin
Duval or One of the surrounding counties. The
Board chose 30,000 acres in Clay County.
Cooper told the audience that they received salvage
rights to Camp Foster, meaning they could move 1 I
equipment, buildings, etc., from Camp Foster to the L...._.._ .
new site. "We moved lumber, brick, plumbing and
electrical supplies and there are still four houses on Maj. General Robert F. Ensslin :..attiilt 1L

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Sidewalk Dance Tieatre promises exciting evening of modern dance tonight :

The Sidewalk Dance Theatre, a Fall Festival of the Performing Arts ty College Starke Center, the large The Sidewalk Dance Theatre Michael Bensey has received The Sidewalk Dance Theatre, in
professional dance company from continued tonight, Oct. 3, at 8 p.m. at crowds for local Thursday perfor- derives its name from its start in scholarships to the Southwest Ballet addition to touring the South, has
Tennessee, promises an exciting the Starke Woman's Club. mances continue to outdraw parallel 1976, performing original dances on Center in Fort Worth, Texas, performed for the last three years at
evening of modern dance as the 1985 Sponsored by Santa Fe Communti- Friday performances in Gainesville.! the streets and sidewalks of Knox- Jacob's Pillow, the American Dance the internationally acclaimed
ville. Under the artistic direction of Festival, and was selected as a Spoleto Festival in Charleston.
. I .. .. J" ''' //ltt .r.t It'j.O' : Annie Genung Sidewalk has becomea dancer with the Tennessee Bicenten- is free and
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modern dance company with a nial Dance Project. He has open to the public. It will be followedby
large and diverse repertory, using choreographed musicals and televi the popular "meet the per-
music from Sousa to Schumann. sion commercials, and was Dance formers" reception sponsored by the
j1 Captain at Theatre West Virginiain Starke Woman's} Club.
The Sidewalk dancers are noted the summer of 1983.
for their vitality, wit, and humor. A Lynn Bernatsky, a new company
{' h taiaT t 1kl g Clzw ..wi'r ,,1 "f t ,.w 12 d highlight of their performance here member, has danced with the resident BaritoneComing.
will be an upbeat version of "Little company, Ballet South, and a
Red Riding Hood" created especially jazz company, the Dance Syndicate.She .
:: for this group. Each character has studied with the Lar
; J + '. d ,3f tirh1. tells his version of the story to music' Lubovitch Dance Company in New ...
ranging from Brahms to Buddy York City. Lynn has also danced
Rich.. with the Center City Dance Theatre 'The fourth and final perfor-
"and most recently, she danced with mance of the 1985 Fall
Other numbers on tonight's per- Lee Harper & Dancers in Atlanta. Festival will be the appearance -
formance include"Sleeping Parallelto Bruce Alan Ewing began studying of Baritone
Kingston Pike" (1984), After the dance while a student at the Univer- Christopher Trakas next
Weather" (1985), and"Watermellon" sity of Tennessee. He received a full Thursday evening, Oct. 10.
(1980)). scholarship to the Jacob's Pillow The Greek-American
,Annie Genung artistic director, Dance Festival, the Houston Ballet baritone, winner of the 1983
began the company in 1976 as an Academy and the Joffrey Ballet Young Concert Artists International
,outgrowth of her; work with Improvisation School in New York City. He has per- Auditions Competi--
while teaching at''the formed with the University of Ten tion made' his debut in NewYork
University of Tennessee in Knox- nessee's New Repertory Dance last year.
I ville. Ms. Genung, originally from Company, the Houston Ballet, the Trakas has appeared in
Middle) Tennessee, graduated from Appalachm Ballet Company and the numerous operatic produc-
4 Mary Washington College with a Concert Group for the Joffrey II. tions as a member of the
Bachelor's Degree in Dance and Kimberly Morton-Mikels began Texas Opera Theatre I the

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from UCLA where she studied with. nessee where she was a member of Opera Including a world
Imagination in Flight... Mia Slavenska. A past recipient of aChoreographer's the New Repertory Dance Companyfor premiere at the Kennedy
received Center Washington.. D.C.
Fellowship from two years. She a
The SMruglk. Dance Theatre will pi oMe nn exciting The performance is free and open .to the public. the National Endowment for the scholarship to study at Jacob'sPillow Because of the large crowd:
ruing of modern dance at the Starke Woman's Club Everyone Is Invited to attend. Arts, Ms. Genung received the Dance Festival and at the expected, this final concert: of
loaighIlrt. :3. at 8 p.m. t. 1982-83 Tenn.*fl Arts Commission American Dance Festival, and has the season will be held in the
Individual rtlst'. Grant in performed with New York's Adclphi First Methodist Church. .
Choreography Dancers.

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B SECTION October 3, 1885

I Bradford's Spooner appointed to King commission; by Graham .

Bradford's Carolyn Spooner was been a difficult task to adequately assimilate into his life the values Dr. Americans who represent important things that have been done before. place In Florida to become a model
recently appointed to the Martin commemerate Dr. King's birthday King espoused."To values that are significant to all Our goal should be to encourage people which other areas of the country will
Luther King Jr. Commemorative Jan. 15. Commemorating Dr. Kind accomplish these goals, I suggest citizens of this country and of this to a new sense of self-realization look to In terms of what they do to
Celebration tommision by Florida birthday provides us the opportunity three strategies. One Is the world. The celebration planned by about what it means to live in a commemorate this very significanttime"
Gov. Bob Graham. to recognize his contributions to our grass-roots strategy.The plan of the the commission must be meaningfuland democracy that respects diversity,
Spooner is the area director of the society,reaffirm our commitment to commission must reach out to the individual involve all. that encourages change within the .
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic. Asa his ideals, and again dedicate and give each person the "A third strategy is to gain the legal processes, and that respectsthe LAST CHANCEEXTRAMONEY
Martin Luther King, Jr;? Commission ourselves to the elimination of the opportunity to make a personal participation of public institutions as individual ,and what that in-
member, Spooner will be con vestiges of prejudice and bigotry change. well as private institutions. The dividual means in terms of being a r
tacting various community leaders which still remain in parts of our "The second strategy is to Involve commission needs to involve all sec- son or daughter of our making."I .
and agencies,asking for support and world. the full range of Floridians.Dr.King tors, including labor business and believe that the commissioncan ,
cooperation in 'carrying out the "The challenge of commemorating did not belong exclusively-to black civic, cultural and religious groups."I create an experience that will Christmas only 12 weeks away
governor's requests.The Dr. King is almost as Americans anymore than George urge the to be have a change-agent quality for our I
following is an excerpt from great as the magnitude of his ac Washington belonged exclusively to creative and innovative in its planning nation and our state. And I want the show toys and gifts for House of '
the governor's message concerningthe complishments. The Governor's Dr white Americans. Both leaders are and not confine itself to those goals and celebrations that take Lloyd now 19 Thanksgiving.
charges laid on the commission: Martin Luther King, Jr., Com- Free $300 kit. Wa train.
"The late Dr. Martin Luther King, emorative Celebration Commissionis '.: ':'.': :. ,: .. __d 'n ,: .;: .' ..;: '.'.: ;....:... d' .'''''',:'. ;;:'.' ;. ...... :.''.:, .. ,I\\ "- :.... ",".''''" ',," .:;.. ;'.1 Average$8 an hour.
Jr., dedicated his life so that black created to meet that challenge. It I '
Americans may enjoy the freedoms is my charge to the commission thatit 9644415TAKC OUT CH'fII'fjXIr.'N FAMILY RESTAURANT 473-4939 EveningsCar
guaranteed every citizen under the make plans, that, over the days D' H.L. DYE H.L. DYE IIIiJi.9 and phone required
United States Constitution and the weeks and months from Jan. 15, \P Hostesses Wanted Also
Declaration of Independence."Over 1988, until Jan. 15, 1987 encourage All Our Food
the past! several years it has each citizen of our state to I E'ACTOR1 Inc. Pr.prtd On Pr.ml I'.'

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Carolyn Spooner and Gov.Bob Graham The Law Firm of 9I"IDIe ""I 1.5 r

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Brannon, Brown, Haley,

Blandhgfrom Robinson & Cole, P.A. Multi-Mile Polyester Glass Belted

page 1 Camp Blanding Post Headquarterswhich Road Hazard Warranty

ding was difficult. "You could hard- includes all state and federal Is Pleased to Announce That MULTI-MILE: XL

ly walk from the highway to the post support new building activities.The has. an interior 165.800.13.. . 25.88 155-8011-13..33.83
lake the
was,a tremendous underbrush clearing was so thick.job and It space of 35,441 square feet and is 185-800-13 . 32.88 185-80R-13. . 33.88
we only had$400,000 to purchase the equipped with a modern conference C. Dennis Roberts 195-756.14..30 88 185-75R-14. . 37.88

land and build the camp," he said. briefing rooms which utilize state-of- 205-75B-14. . 32.88 195-75R-14 . .38.88Formerly
The state prison farm provided the the-art audio-visual equipment an
auditorium, six supply rooms,office 225756.14..36.88 205.75N.14..43.88
labor to clear World the land.II spaces for the Post Headquartersand with 215-75B-15 . 35.88 225-75R-15 . 46.88
During War the
was federalized and expanded,camp with a kitchen. 225-75B-15 . 36.83 23575R-15..47.88___
new roads and buildings built to Col. James C. Rinaman, Post 23575815. . 38.88 14.00 Balance' ;;
Commander at Third Judicial CircuitPublic ,
house the increased number of Camp Blanding, ,
troops stationed there. predicted continuing economic FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL I :
benefits Defender OfficeWB 44'-9-5
When the war was over, the camp to the surrounding areas Includes Set easier' camber lot In 'to (FRONT or RAR I >-
returned with the addition of more than Replace pith or shoes; resurface drums l
was state control and the manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension ..
federal government sold the 500,000 troops per year, those coming -ti .. dr'. a /a ,. ." hh",111"! ,. 'I' -c\ & steering system for mast American or rotors; pack bearings; bleed'A adjust'; # '
facilities they had built there and to Join th@!! troops who used the,. \Ik"., ', / "' '\1 an dMi ',..'t .,.;' ... ....,I. \>' J);...,. ., i eers.1 ntwheel' drive vehicles and nattiest most American cars' .tracks,
facility last the busiest'year I .. .
already :
planned to send the Army Corps of for year 'A .. ) .' ,' {"M 1 Q t t I Chevelleseztra.Prlaaslra. I Metallic parti extra when required.
demolish Engineers the federal wrecking crew to And ever the armory camp is personel.just the biggest 1 ; '14.9 n 4 HEAVY DUTY. SHOCKS. .'I. g:: ::
improvementsmade I.
to the The and most visible change at the Former Councilmanfor Most Cars &/ '59.95 =::
camp. armory One of the newest additions is I REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 14.95 U.Trucks
board had a clause in the contract camp. of Lake _._ _
for restoration of the and a new air assault landing strip built City City .0 _''
fought the Army Corps of camp Engineersto for highly not specialized at training the missions HUNTERS SPECIAL r'r'is
be able to retain many of the possible facility

facilities they have now. before.Additions in the three now associated with the firm. ,: 31 x 10.50-15 . 553.33 .
The federal government had also past years
purchased 40,000 north and east of have Increased the number of full v" 31 x 11.50-15 . 66.88' ',;.
the and leased an additional time staff personel from 12 to 40. ... ""
100,000 for manuever purposes. Maj. Gen. Robert F. Ensslin, who Gardner Building 33 x 12.50-15 . 77.88 ?
After World War II ended, the delivered the official dedication
10 North Columbia Street
federal speech at the new building to the
government cancelled the
lease and was going to declare the crowd: called the new armory the Lake City Florida 32055
40,000 acres surplus. "crown jewel"of the installation. ,
"We felt that the war to end all Ensslin dedicated the new facility (._
wars had not yet been fought," said to "readiness" because it is the
Cooper, "and that the property was "major driving concern" of the
necessary for training. Florida National Guard.

After two trips through Congress,
the Armory Board managed to get a
bill passed that would deed the 40,000
acres to the state for national guard .
training purposes.Cooper .
took his attentive audience mRO RIDING MOWER Rf ,9a ed
through the history of the Camp, BUY A 2340 ., ( -
tracing a outline of coding Mower
growth ..
& Stratton
through succeeding U.S. Presidents, 8hp Briggs 32-inch fully gCon bytfj
culminating with the Reagan ad- floating 4-in-1 cutting deck. Electric start. 5 forward M g arlne o men

ministrations'sustained growth five-year in funding period for the of .STRING I TRIMMERIATTHE I speeds, comfortable seat fully adjustable.

National Guard period in which '
the Camp Blanding facility has seen BRUSH CUTTER 7
more intensified training activity M lVOMOlVEY'
than ever before.
"The growth and the changes we REGULAR PRICE >O VN
have experienced here have been 1\1J
tremendous, Cooper told the ANDSAVEUPTO $23950 'LY
crowd, "But I'm very proud to say PAy
that those buildings we built before A'IENTSFrom
World War II are still intact.""
The new building, flexible in its 400800N
function and spacious in its interior :
space with modernized equipmentand YOUR 0 .to

climate controls,was completed 2ND ATTACHMENT MOOEL2351 qu nedbun",
in January 1984 at a cost of$1,747,101with Edger Attachment :
funding provided jointly by the MODEL 2340 Details lawns, gardens

The state construction and the federal project goverment.spinoff String Trimmer/Brush Cutter and driveways Homeowner i ,r ; seas

benefits to the local communities in Trims weeds and grass. and Professional use ,
the area were significant, and the Cuts through brush with Reg. 570,00 Save up to $350.
continued growth in the number of accessory blades. All Riding Mowers On Sale
units training at the facility has in- now!
creased that impact. S35 00 Many mowers in stock to choose from MODE
The building project at the armory @ # 57356
'site included the restoration of a + Electric start starting at 0899.9B model #58125
World War II era post hospital fountain -
which is now located still at its ACE
original site, at the pntrance way to -YOUR CHOICE
the new building. MODEL 2371 OPTIONAL GRASS CATCHERS ( ?
Seven Florida Army National WeederCultivatorAttachment
Guard units and actacHinents are .
housed in the facility along with the Multi-functional toolBdifferentgardeninguaes '


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opened retirement house is # Quickly blows leaves or.e."M RIDEBRYAN'S
; now offering extra large and debris Into neat piles

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State _._ _._ .
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Receives 33 Felony CasesThe t tI

Bradford Office of weapon; dismissed.victim does not I
the State Ruby M. Fisher arrested July 31, evidence as to this defendant.
Attorney received 33 new individual wish to prosecute. 1984 for obstructing an officer with Sworn
:i.. ca.cII'! and/or felony defendants for Sworn complaint charging grand violence; completed PTI. gravated complaint battery victim charging does ag-not I
;\ prosecution during the month of theft; case lacks prosecutive merit. Sharon Hall arrested Dec. 6 for wish to prosecute.;
August: according to Investigator. Sworn complaint charging aggravated possession & manufacturing cannabis Sworn f
Clark assault; victim does not
; completed PTI.
Two of the cases were prison wish to prosecute.Barry Sworn complaint aggravated jury defendant.; insufficient evidence as to this The Most Effective No Needle Methodof

,,.t related. Layne Moore arrested Oct. assault; victim does not wish to pro- Hair Removal Available.
Informations were filed on 20 prior 21, 1983 for possession of less than 20 secute. II
cases and the office declined to prosecute ,grams cannabis; completed pre- Sworn complaint charging aggravated See Page It I
seven cases. The state at- trial-----intervention (PTI) contract. assault; insufficient fi
torney's office dismissed 13 cases. ;: -" + .
One felony appeal was filed and A'1 NECK '
one defendant was placed on the pre- i UNDERARMS '

trial intervention program (PTI). ,. '
J Two extridations were handled by If/@mlil IIREAlT .- I II
I the office and two violation of proba- TOWN TV I
tions were filed. Four guilty pleas ,
were accepted and there were two '. ...
state attorney investigations. -- !
There were three jury trials in &
August, the sensational Banister
I murder trial and two trials involving
,s; use.The inmates saw both courtrooms in APPLIANCE RENTALS THIGHS

IJ trial of inmate Michael A.
Brown charged with aggravated NCCK UNE HAIIILINE'HAriNG
battery lasted three days, almost as
( long as the murder trial. Brown was PICK ONE FOR ONLY
I found guilty of throwing glass at a RACK EYEBROWS
fellow inmate. He was sentenced to
eight years DOC to be served con LEGS
secutive with time now being served $5 00 e FACE
j .
Thirty-one misdemeanor cases ((2 WK, MIN.) :- UPS

were received and eight prior cases _
'I were dismissed by the state attorney WHEN YOU RENT TO OWN FEET e CHIN
in August.Four guilty pleas were ac- 3&- I
cepted and seven cases received '( ANY ITEM IN OUR STORE. I
,> nonjudicial action. ,
"1 Four petitions were filed in O\V AFTER 18 MONTHS THE REMOVATRON WAY IS ,
juvenile court and all four received I
I nonjudicial action approval. SAFE, EFFECTIVE. .
t The following defendants received RECEIVE YOUR
final disposition and/or sentence and PAINLESSEven

.i during the month of August. CHOICE OF on the moat sensitive parts of your body.Best of all

. A irs "ouchlesa" you feel no pain especially compared to
1 John Vincent McKinney arrested NvL1 I\.A A electrolysis, because there are no needles used. Just
: March 15 for lewd assault
on child tV''N1.1 .
,4 V an electronic Instrument that never touches the akin.Th.re'a
sexual battery; changed plea to guilty -
\\'J VJ. redness. You
G sexual battery by use of force not no swelling or can even put on
likely to cause serious personal injury make-up Immediately after treatment
,sentenced to 30 months Depart- \ \\ Z 4
ment of Corrections (DOC). f'IIt'CROVl Sound too good to be true? Come In and let one of our
I Horace Sellers arrested Jan. 11 for certified Pllethemctoglsts offer a free consultationanalysis,
issuing worthless check; pled guilty and see for yourself.mERLE.
I adjudication withheld placed on
probation for three months. '
FSP inmate Carl McQuay charged noRm'
with battery of law enforcement officer : c2t ; r I
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; case dismissed due to insuffi-
cient evidence as to the defendant. 118 S. Thompson Street
A sworn complaint charging issu- .
ing worthless check Feb. 16, case 964-7355
dismissed due to improper venue. Including Delivery Set Up & No Credit Ch.ck
Norman Horn arrested May 11 for
First Week's RentTV's -- -
No Long Obligation
aggravated assault; case dismissed,
Consoles A Portable No
" defendant sentenced on other .
charges. VCR's Refrigerators Offer. Delivery & Service

t i. Horn charged with possession of Freesers. Ranges. WashersDryer Included The 86's are here now and more arriving
short barrelled shotgun; case e Rent To Own

charges.dismissed defendant pled to other daily. $ave on the few remaining 85's in
FSP inmate Elisha H. Spriggs ar- . .

j tery rested and April battery 16 for of law aggravated,; enforcement bat- .6 LITTON KELVINATOR SPEED QUEEN stock. FULL tank of gas with purchase of

} officer incompetent.FSP; case.dismissed defendant is 7 ADMIRAL WHIRLPOOL RCA SHARPTHE any new car or truck. You do save at Lake

charged inmate with aggravated David E.battery James; OUALlTYf GOE ON CALL TODAY!

"it t dismissed, victim does not wish
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Norman Horn arrested May 11 for ,

I aggravated assault; pled no contest, MON.-TUES.: 326 FERRIS STREET $8,62600
given five years probation. 617 N. TEMPLE AVL
A sworn complaint charging utter- STARXE THURS.-F6RI.-SAT. GREEN COVE SPRINGS
ing a forged document; dismissed,
defendant.insufficient evidence as to< this 964.6424 WED.,.1Q-5: 284-7885

r. Inmate Robert Dale Henderson .. --
extradition for South Carolina re-
quested; transferred ordered.
Ricky Carl Norman arrested July e Merle Norman W83 firenza
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sworn complaint charging Baker :Qt4If _.. ,._... '
grand theft; case sent to 10,153
County, correct venue. .
Two sworn complaints of issuing ...
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defendant made restitution.

Inmate Carl Mullings charged ,gt ,
.. with aggravated battery March 15; .
' case dismissed, lacks prosecutivemerit. ,c
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,; Sworn complaint of battery, Cutlass Ciera
, burglary; victim does not wish to
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; Charles Stokley arrested ,1 Prices Start at
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Sworn complaint charging aggravated '

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Sworn Complaint: charging j
defrauding an innkeeper; facts do :
not constitute a criminal offense.A : :WALK IN WITH o WALK Cutlass Supreme
sworn assault complaint with intent charging to com-aggravated I ,_. ",,',,'-.,'. _u, '''< '''"" ..' ". .r ,. 'f", _
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prosecutive Richard Eugene merit. Clark, Jr. arrested We're kidding about the *15,989 -

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evidence as to this defendant. when $7.50 worthof ,5NinetyEight
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Neal 1 Norman Golden arrested Ju- you
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Freddie G. Myers arrested July 8 We call them"EverydayFavorites' ....
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Chris James Derousse arrested .p.y. b
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n 3 for conduct, resisting ". W 1', blue I I- Rose.SheerBlusherSatinCinnamonLipsticlc Calais Coupe
arrest with violence; pled no contest a moon.
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arrest without violence,
placed resisting on slx'mntha probation. I.|{ "V"A' ?- ,', Sorsnip out 1 This offer is good through October31,1985, I Prices are manufacture's suggested retail prices and

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probation .
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207 N. Temple Ave. Starke J64-7556

Immediate Financing to All Qualified BuyersWe 4t! _
at D&S would like to thank Starke/Bradford County for your support, r t flu i I

Payments As Low As $2500 per week .N ilia ar.."iimi. I i I '"''
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1976 Datsun B-210 Corolla Air-buffs Unite... Pllolut ny Mo'. Fflodllll'
1980 Toyota
1980 Grand Prix Speed A/C A big crowd of plane lovers enjoyed the sights i uiiil Force I'OIllIlIlIlIac.kJlltol'rl( | hO) and this A-7 Corsair
White with Red Interior 5 $2,195cash sounds of the North Florida Alrshow last weekend siting{ from Cecil FirUK bottom right).
Loaded 1695 dulling a pass by a P-51 MustangUop( left, uu Air

3595 1976 Chevy Malibu 72 Mercury Comet .I'
Auto., 1st customer with
Auto & A/C
$200 Gets It! Runs Good!'
1495 -

1978 Mustang V-8 1974 VW 80 Deltiil18 S N P S' '

Red on red, AM Stereo, Nice Clean Car Very Nice t..q .. h -1tYr.
Auto.. A/C Family Car$2995cash k
1995 995

Financing Available ( _. I
79 bids 98 Regency
84 Trans-AM 4 dr., AM/FM Radio, 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo

Black & Gold P/door locks, windows AC, Auto

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9600 *2495arl EXe16cgd50n LN ,

1978 T-Bird _
1 Owner (local) '78 Chevy Monte Carlo] '80 Malibu Classic
Auto, AC Auto, console, bucket seat, SW. Auto.. Air,

$2 ,9 95 ALL 77 OPTIONS Buick Century AVAILABLE Burgundy/Inter./ Exc. Cond. Airshow Thrills Big Crowd

Financing Available 4 dr., white w/ red int.
.. ,_ ,r" By Mark Friedlin tion. on hand during the two-day event.
exc. cond., auto, air BCT Staff Writer The fascination for. the older aircraft Most ol the World War II planes on
81 Mazda GLC Financing Available Modern fighter jets mixed it up is of interest to many in this hand were own and flown by
with ancient biplanes last weekendas area and the plane ownlrsH're members of the Valiant Air Com-
Sport Ha'chback! 1488 80 Plymouth Champ ] the North Florida Air Show drew more than happy to show visitors mand, a club started just five years
5 sp., stereo, cassette 5 sp., overdrive, A/C the largest crowds ever to this how the old \\arbirds operate the ago with a ag-tag group of warbid
player, factory sun roof. 80 Ford Pinto Pony stereo, sun roof charity-funding event. hours of time spent in restorationand lovers which has now evolved into
Clean CarJ2788 New Engine w/all new parts Real Clean Car The show was held at the Lake Ci- the thousands of dollars which one of the top organizations of its:
Very ty Airport this year and the crowds must be spent to put 33-40 year-old type in the country performing in
1995 2488 flocked through the gates to see aircarft back into the sk\'. airshows all over the region.
brilliant aerial acrobatics, Even the World War II burrs were They put on an exciting: show indeed -
breathtaking sky diving stunts, a pleasantly supnsed, however, whena as restored Japanese trainers
1 mock battle between World War II visiting A-7 "Corsair" Jet attack and fighters, dressed up in their
fighters and beautifully restored fighter from Cecil Field in Jacksonville original WW II battle markings,
vintage aircraft lined up in neat dropped in to join the festivitiesin made "attack passes" over the field

rows...... ...on. the_tarmac. .for close inspec- an unannounced fly-over with a complete with chattering "machine
... -- .-. ._- roar from his turbinepoweredengine guns.and: bursting smoke bombs.
that thundered over the field They were cleared from the
in waves oi overpowering sound. friendly skies by a fighter sweep led
The single-seat fighter made a :second by a gleaming P-51 "Mustang", a
pass with all his landing gear prop-driven lighter thai was! the
exposed as if he were going to landon scourge of the Na/.ies over the skies
a carrier deck, then just as it of Germany in WW II.
seemed he were going to touch The Mustang roared over the fieldat
NO DOWN down, the pilot pulled his throttle :300-plus)() miles-per-hour and! was
buck and accelerated with a shrill followed by a pair. of U-25 "Milchell"
whine, soaring almost straight up in medium bombers, the l,,pc which
a vertical power climb and disappearing flew off the aircraft "Hornet" in the
high into t the bright blue sky famed first airraid on the Japanese:
in seconds. homeland in thos clark days of early
PAYMENT The show included booths and 1911 when the Allied forces were
4LLIJ displays set up by residents, seemingly on the retreat.
businesses and organizations from The show also included "The Fly-
all over North Florida and South ing Dentist" Dr Chuck Carothers,
Georgia. The event is sponsored who thrilled the capacity crowd witha
Columbia Association for Retarded series of daredevil acrobatics in
Citizens as their primary fundraising his tiny, specially designed stunt
Drive Away Today with Nothing Down. event of the year. A percentage plane.
r shared with
of the proceeds are Later the crowd was entertainedby
Happy House Child Care of Lake Ci- the antics of "Wild Bill" Parsonsin
All You Pay is Florida Sales Tax and You Are on r ty as a "thank-you" for their coor- his tiny gyrocopter, which flew
dination of hospitality: for guest sideways in a hover, pulled off prac-
7 ) Other non-profit groups tically instantaneous 360 degree
benefit from side-shows and concession turns and other stunts that brought
Your WayAbolUteiy ----- r stands set up for the big crowds cheers from the spectators.

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$ Senior Citizen Discount ___No Mil leage Chorge. Free Advice
,4, BU l ,darkA? Loaded ,. 1 ,495. sUPERIII r I
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S3 .Mustang' .Convertible .... ... .H $10,495 85 Toyota Conversion Vans ((2)) '11,395 Dr. Dennis ConnaughtonAssociated
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I. :I FSU & Gator Memorbalia Now Open on Wednesdays!

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub : }{ A'
mitted' to the Bradford County FOR RENT CARS & TRUCKS YARD SALE \ \. \) Jf -

Telegroph office lo writing and paid In
advance un'e' ;, cr.dlt I II already .
established with this office, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK 1984 THUNDERBIRDS PB. PS, AC AM/FM' FRIDAY/SATURDAY corner of Cherry
Stereo cassette, cruise control remote and Adklns: 2 man Inflatable
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II'HClD Mobile Homes and. spaces for rent. boat
RESPONSIBLE Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone mirrors, auto, overdrive. 964.8092 clothes for women men children; 78
CLASSIFIEDS FOR MISTAKES IN 964.7498.9/16'fn from 8.5 or 964-6604 after 6 p.m. 10/3 Chrysler Cordoba desk and choir, lots' trumlegarREALTY
THE TELEPHONE MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile 2tchg 10/10 of everything. Itchg 10/3
Classified deadline It TUESDAY. from Stark. city limits. Clean. No 1978 FORD LTD station wagon. 964.5232. GARAGE SALE: Friday 9.12 and Sot. 92. .1' Q. 'r (!

NOON prior lo Thursday publication. children or pets. Hwy. 16 W. Call. Itchg 10/3 Baby clothes, clothes for the whole ,
468-1323 10/7 Ifn 1966 GMC PICKUP) long wheelbase family baby cor seat and baby carrier '
Minimum Is 13 words for
charge $2.75 overload springs standard trans., 10/3 ::
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. STUDIO APARTMENT: Weekly monthly one Itchg ;j
rates, Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple owner 1500. 964-6148. Itchg 10/3 SAT. OCT. 5: from 9 until, Big assortmentof \! ..
Ave 7/28 tfn 1985 EXPLORER F.I50.loaded., short chlldrens clothes, including locket PHONE. 964.7m
MOBILE HOMES NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 wheelbase exc. condition. 9644886. and sweaters on 301 next to satellite In CECELIA _
BA apt. For more information call Lake Itchg 10/3 Lawtey. Itpd 10/3 r intwiutGAR. 205 N. I
FOR SALE 1976 FORD ELITE $700. Also 1981 Honda SALE Thursday thru
YARD 9.5.
Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Oppor Saturday MAY BESTOW HIS
tunity Hou'hg. 6/7 tfnchg' 750,,$1.350. Call_ ( 964-8587. Itpd 10/3 Rain or shine Women's, men and
SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 N.: KITCHENLTTES 2 completely furnished FORD THUNDERBIRDS 1979 51.000 miles, children clothing, toys and what nots. .
Stark. Come see Ray Gouln formerly utilities included.. 964-7184 8/8 tIn new tires, PS, PB, AC 2350. 1978 dolls, wheelbarrow plants, and more. .
of lake Chevy-Olds, for th. bargains.I NICE ROOM. PRIVATE BATH 964.6035 BUICK REGAL PS. PB AC 2200. 1978 Out 100W signs on Edwards Rd.. .Itchg

We buy and move used ome.. tin CHEVY MONTE CARLO factory 4 spd, 10/3 SPECIAL
964.4414 or, 964.4778. 4/26 tfn N.CAROLINA VACATION CABINS PS, PB. AC 17509648358. Itchg 9/26 GARAGE SALE: Oct. '-5. F'l & Sat. WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2'/a year
FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In Fall Color Change Sept Oct Christmas centerpieces clothes, some
good to ...c. condo $2700-4500 each US .441 between' Sylvia and CherokeeN.C. MOTORCYCLES furniture ceramics handcrafts,.dried old cedar & stone home with handsome great room

Some with A.C. Pin. M.H. Park (heart of Smokies). Near fishing arrangements Avon coll., cloth and cathedral ceilings stunning fireplace approx. 1900
"96.2366.25 tfnchg.IS hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway mining. plants. CR 16.A at Kingsley lake. Signs
USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on New 2BR cabins, furnished. Sunset 1985 ATC 200X HONDA: 3 wheeler will be posted. Itpd 10/3 sq. ft., mammoth master bedroom with king-sized adjoining

one or all. 011,,'. Mobile Home Sales Farm Rd. Cabins Rt. 1. Box 216-C 1700. OBO. Good condition.' 782.3333 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat 10/5 from 8.' bath plus two other bedrooms & both garage
8/8 tfn 127 N. Water St. back of Fla. Pest
90-964.5606 6/6 tfnchg Whittier N.C. 28789. 17044972200. p.m
2.93 ACRESplut mobile home. Fortyth 9/124tchg 10/3 1982 YAMAHA 650I'Mo..lm. dressed Including Control. Clothes for men and women with magic door opener all this on over an acre of .

Rd. $12,500 cash Call 1-305-464-6827. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N. faring lowers, saddlebags, household goods and much more. beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boat-ramp & dock '

9/12 lOtpd 11/14 Temple Ave in downtown Starke. luggage rack sissy bar, headers, Cancel if rain. Itpd 10/3 and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best part
7% DOWN 7 YR FINANCING 1986 $50.$75/week Including utilities No cruise one helmet $2,250 FIRM. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE: Fri & Sat., Oct. .
14x70. 3BR 2 Baths, $946 down 7 yrs. deposits required. 964-5139 or 964.8092 from 8.5 or 964.6604 after 6. 4 5. 8:30: til 4 p.m. TV saddle small appliances for last-- a true value at $65,0001!

at $238/mo. CLAYTON HOMES 3965 9646566.103 TF 10/3 2tchg 10/10 adult and chlldrens clothes

Phillip. Hwy., Jacksonville Fla. TWO BEDROOM House: near Crosby 1980 TS-185: Suzuki. $450. 964-7065 or dishes odds and ends. Much more. BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford
733.0821. 9/26 2tchg 10/3 Lake. 964.6490 or 9648877. 10/3 2tchg 964.6069. Itchg 10/3 Postpone If rain. 1002 Butler Rd. Itpd
TIRED OF PAYING RENTTl New 14 wide. 10/10 1978 HONDAMATIC: less than 16,000 10/3 Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads water sewage,

2 BR. front kit., $740 down. 7 yrs. at 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city No miles 782-3253. 10/3 2tchg 10/10 .4 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri & Sat. 9 until. police protection, nice neighborhood $7,0001
$187 mo. CLAYTON HOMES 3965 pets $190 a month plus deposit. Call 1973 YAMAHA 750: 964-7654. Itpd 10/3 First houe past Trail Motel on left on
CHARM WITH ECONOMY 1019 E. Call) St., frame home with
301. Look for Children and adult
Phillip. Hwy. Jacksonville Fla. 4681323. 10/3 TF sign.
7330821. 9/262tchg 10/13 2 BR MOBILE HOME: close to city. $85 HOMES FOR SALE clothes toys tricycles popup camper, porches, fireplace plus an extra lot termite clearance fine

1983 FLEETWOOD MH: 1..703BR.' 2Ba, weekly including utilities Call 3 BR IV. BA HOME: Saratoga His., corner rldy horse tools Gibson guitar. Itchg location reduced to sell! '
CH/A, cathedral celling. Excellent condition 468.1323.10/3 TF 10/3
964-4155. 9/26 4tpd 10/17 LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concrete lot. Enclosed garage CH&A. Phone SATURDAY ONLY: 7 family yard sale COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Formerly the Pastry Shop 138

PRE-OWNED HOMES 3BR 1'/ bath, large patio water furnished close to prison ON 964-8652.HAMPTON 3/21 LAKE tfn : Brick, 36R ) '/BA. corner of Walnut St. and Rd. 100. Many Call St. in the Historic Section of Starke. Originally $33,000,
964-7530 4681323. 10/3 TF Christmas crafts household articles '
dining area. Fr.. delivery and tet-up. $95/mo. or
Fireplace, carport screened porch 3/4 of various sizes and reduced to 23000. _
$600 down. $121 mo. CLAYTON TWO BEDROOM: in town excellent location toys, clothing
HOMES 3965 Phillips Hwy., Jacksonville $200 month plus $100 deposit mile west of Hwy. 301. $95,000. miscellaneous items $25. Itpd 10/3 TWO BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are
468-1576 after 6:00. 5/9 tfn
Fla. 733.0821.9/26 2tchg 10/13 9648704. 10/3 WOODEN HOUSE:20x20. tin roof blocked FRIDAY & SAT. 4 families trumpet fur rented and have positive cash flow and good assumable mor
MOBILE HOME for tale by owner Large FURNISHED MOBILE HOME 2 BR, with niture baby bed high chair bikes 9.8
/i acre lot with 12 wide. 2 BR 2 bath nice yard not located In MH park tIn up ready to move $500.00 431-1050 outboard lots misc. Off 301 N? Ham tgages. Owner will take second mortgages for good client. 2

mobile home. CH/A central 964-5630 after 5 Itchg 10/3 mond Rd. 103THURSDAYFRIDAY reduced
water"furnl.h.d. p.m. CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE: 3 BR. 1 1/2 story home on Call & Church St., to 37700.
TWO BR MOBILE HOME in Oct 34. 517 N.
n.w'carpet., front and rear Lawtey no
bath large back porch. CH/A. with NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. We are proud to offer a handsome
decks, owner financing. .68.1323. 10/3 children no pets. Phone 782.3363 after Orange St. Refrlg., tome furniture,
TF 5 p.m. Itchg 10/3 9646530.from 1 to 9/5 10 tfn acres land on CR.225. clothes, shoes, knickknacks, lots of brick and cedar home on 37Vi acres 4BR 2'/ Ba plus a barn.

1978 12x60 Guerdon Statler 2BR bath, NEED STORAGE SPACE Starke Mini other things. Itchg 10/3
very good condition clean unfurnished Storage Warehouse has 10x24 ft FRIDAY & SATURDAY: 9.5. Toys, clothes
$6,000.964.7512. 10/3 TF storage available.. Call 473-7683 for lot 3 BR,. 2 baths, CH/A. $66,000. household goods exercise bike 8 lug INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
Phone 9646201. 9/5 EOW
178 MOBILE HOME. 3 BR 1 acre, tome rates. Itchg 10/3 THREE BEDROOM 4tpd I bath heat. AC 10/17 nearly 15" wheels, truck bumpers double Good land plus highway fro,:.itage. One thousand dollars an
fence, buildings, porch extra septic FOR RENT OR SALE in Storke 12x43 BR mattress, tools tires, free kittens and
drive nice lot.
tank grape arbor. Bank financing trailer Set up In park, furnished AC new on private much more. Hwy 100 3 mile. S. of acre)

available with good credit Laura Baptist washer. Sell for$4,500 or rent$200moand BY 9645997.919 OWNER Concrete 3tpd block 10/3 2BR, 1 Ba. In Starke at Goobers. Itchg 10/3 .A SPECIAL PLACE AT THE WATERS EDGE Sampson Lake ap-
Church Road N.E. 11th St., 4th MH $100 security deposit. 778-4814 GARAGE SALE Out 230E across from
town. Central heat and air 9"% 100' water 275' plus building 21900.
prox. on x storage
on left. Handyman't place. Itpd 10/3 Jax. Itpd 10/3 230A. Red brick house, clothing baby
FOR SALE OR TRADE: DW trailer under 5 3 BR TRAILER: 2 Ba, located in Keystone. assumable 10/10 mtg. 964 6484. 9/26 3tpd goods misc. items. 9 a.m. 2 p.m.. KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also

Joseph R. Lloyd Rt I. Box 512 $225/mo. 4732914. 'Itchg 10/3 Sat., Oct. 5. Itchg 10/3
acres. BY OWNER: 3 BR, 1 bath centerblock 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled, plus second
Lawtey; 782-3626. 10/3 4tpd 10/24 TRAILER FOR RENT $75 and up weekly CARPORT SALE: 656 W. Madison St., 9-5
USED MOBILE HOMES for tale. 964.6490 Sleepy Hollow Motel 301 N., Starke. house can be converted to 2BR with p.m. Lawn mower (needs work), items home for family guests or rental several other buildings all

or 9648877. 10/3 2tchg 1010LOSTFOUND 10/3 3tpd 10/17 garage neighborhood., needs $19,000 some repairs.FIRM. For In quick good from store closeout window clothes. well maintained..Owner financing.
3 BEDROOM: LR, DR, ceiling fan Itpd 10/3
gas sale. 964-4194, Starke. Itpd 10/3 FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acros adjoining Camp
heat. 9644315. Itpd 10/3 TAG SALE 230 E at double bridge. TV,
NEWLY REMODELED one bedroom apart- : kids clothes size 3-., odds and ends. Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Excellent investment
house, excellent location city. Inside
ment. $170/mo. 496-0077 Itchg 10/3 Thurs. and Fri. 8:30.1 p.m. Itpd 10/3
Owner financing.
redone In good condition
LOST RED MARE HORSE mane clipped RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month newly GARAGE SALE: Fri & Sat., Oct. ".5.
back hoof old and split. If found call and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker Phone medium 964-8251 to small for appt.down 10/3 payment.TF 8-4:30: p.m. 12 ga. double barrel WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Ter-

Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 6/27 shotgun 20 go. shotgun 9mm pistol race in the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view, 4 BR,
FOUND Walker hound In StrawberryAcres. tfnchg BUSINESS baby bed high chair stroller, walker
Identify and pay ad. 9646361. TWO BEDROOM mobile home 12x65 on car seat bedspreads sheets, 2Ba, approx. 2000 sq. ft., motivated seller.

\ 10/3 TF C-100A, South of Steel Mill at Fort OPPORTUNITIES pillowcases, carpet fans, sewing YOUR BEST MOVE WOULD BE TO THIS HOUSE Saratoga
Volley campground. 96".5760.tpd\ machine single' bed. 7 miles South of
1 I 10/3 Starke on Rd. 100 on left.ltpd 10/3 Heights 3 BR (could be 4)), large & comfortable family room,

I I .. THREE BEDROOM one bath CB house on, OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR: SATURDAYS 9 a.m-Noon 924 CHSA $35,000.A .
,. ...-.- ..,. '..1*2Vfe acres, $300/mo 964-5445 onGrlttls.:.: "ladles apparel children. *large sixej ,,: Woodlawn. 1 Lots of.everything. Itpd .
'JOY attractive
:r combination store) petites, maternity4accessories. ; *" "' .. ., .. TO LIVE IN. Large home In-city with little
Starke. Adults only' Itpd 10/3 10/3
t BEAT THE RENT Loop Jordache, Chic Lee Levi), yard to keep up: Approx. 2417 sq'ff"CH&A: 3 BR, 2 Ba,
EZ Street Izod Esprit Tomboy Calvin
With This Perfect CARS & TRUCKS Klein Sergio Valente Evan Picone, Liz MISCELLANEOUSFREE spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room roomy utility

First Home Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline room skylights, 2 util. buildings property completely enclose.
1980 FORD VAN 1/2 ton $3000 Call HealthTex. over 1000 others. $13,300 ed fence 55000.
964-7423 Teal Tile & Carpet. 6/6 tin to$2'.,900 Inventory training, fixtures PUPPIES: Pekinese and bulldog w/privacy
I $20,000 Will put you In this JEEPS Is it true you can buy jeeps for$44 grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. mixed. 9646614. Itpd 10/3 WIDE OPEN SPACES & PLENTY OF CLEAN AIR Brick home on

nice 3 bedroom 2 bath through the U.S. government Get the Mr. Bing 4042524489. Itpd 10/3 five acres, completely fenced on Forsythe Rd., 3 BR. 2 Ba,
mobile horn that has It all, facts today. Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES W.'wlll find
a business free. Or sell barn greenhouse 5 ceiling fans many trees. 69000.
plus excellent terms. 609.(8/22( 9/5,9/19 10/13)pd) you yours.
1978 TRANS-AM 3000. 4962936. 9/26 Over 3000. New limited photo andcomputer HELPIISave !! LARGE LOT AT COUNTRY CLUB Lot 3 "The Woods", 180x388,
Located between Stark. under
2tchg 10/3 distributorships
excellent location $8,000.
I and Hampton off US 301. FORD LTD:1984 station wagon AC. 10000. Mortgage money available. Energy $$$
J AM/FM radio power locks, cruise con Call 14049518444. fcan 17510/3 GOING RESTAURANT BUSINESS In Lake Butler. Priced for

trol ...c. condition. $7,600.964.8810 or eeae4l aoeeaaeaaeaoeooBUSINESS Install Custom Made i quick sale. .

Ontum 1979 4682220.CHEVY Itchg SUBURBAN 9/26 10/3 exc., clean Insulated Windows HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS Ocala

21. super low mileage. Trailerlng special OPPORTUNITY Call 964-6766 Todayl! block home approx. 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on fifty acres '

pkg. One owner. Also, 1977 Prowler Crawford Rd. four cnicken barns--a good
Travel Trailer 23 fi. w/generator. Will Rebuilt Battery Dealership Homes Beautiful of N. Fla.I I plus going

sell Paid Training J business. Owner financing. Buy all or part I
OMNI REALTY CORP. as package or separate. Call Starke, FloridaFree
282.5656Davld Flack 964.7061 or 9647578. Itchg 10/3 Equipment Inventory Estimates 10% DlscouniMo NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.
Phone 744-441 .
1972 CHEVY PICKUP flaetslde, $800. .
Or 1-800-255-3550 Money Down with this it ., Owner financing.
-v 964-6842 good condition. 9645930. 10/3 2tchg
_" ..__ 1975 CHEVROLET Car $500. 94-6490 or 1 ton 10/10 Financing Available *,* * ,
964-8877. 10/3 2tchg 10/10 4eee004ee0448e0. EVENINGS

-. C BILL DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319

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Oct. 5 and 6, starting. at 9 .a.m Loans from $3,000 to $300,000 ..- --- -- ...
IS UNIT MOTEL In Starke an Hwy
This Saturday & Sunday :SOl North plus living quarters. First and Second Mortgage Loans

Years and years of ac Pool and 7 acres. Ready to build *Commercial & Business Loans N

cumulation.; Shop Smith, more units on Inc. $75.000 to Bill Consolidation ee.
100000. Doing good business all Storage? ii
Tools of all kinds, plus much ,ear. Home I Improvement

much more.,, Asking 1395.000. 20% down.j 4S Hr. Approval

Approx. 5 miles South of owner financing. Ii I "Equity la your Credit"WESTSIDE
Starke on US 301 Call '.964-5006 I II I Sizes .

Look for the sign I Ask Louie I
Or slap at Sleepy Hollow Motel 4 t
ton 10/3. tOIlO Hand! House Storage Buildings
,. .
.30 sizes to choose from

1542 Kingsley Ave., Suite 134. Orange Park, Fla. 32073 HANDI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGS .

r *licensed Mortgage Broker* US 301 South Starke 964-8843

.LAVERN H. OUTLAW' 103RobertsReal __ _.. .

e ? .Ja.: I Ref Broker, 964.5478 I .

i : Associates-_ Estate Opening Soon

DAVID-L. DODGE. Ms 986 N. Tempi Ave. Starke.

964-4522 c' A R... 964-9370 : : 964.6262 Commercial Storage Building I

.. 8TMKK.inA\ KAY C. WATERS 4 j. _
?Across from u Res. 964-6941 t. { PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves 2. Reserve Your Space Now

m Norman' Market. Estate 'tffltee I Ij ,BR frame house CHSA outbuildings and many extras. By Calling Doug
Full Service Real .
I U.S. 301.: South your / -JUST REDUCED. 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. Central ', B84-s&is .
'"We poApralroli" ''. heat and air -
carport. $49,500.
C & C Mini J -
j *SOUTHGATE AREAS Contemporary 3 BR 2 BA. CH/A chain link fenced bockCOMMERCIAL]! ; Prime business location,on US 301 with 589 Storage,

I yard. Assumj\mtg. Only $53,900. B 'plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.. US 301 South Stark. W'

13 ACRE MIMI-FARMi Horse ranch. land In pasture, 3 BR 2 BA super kitchen.] Call for details I Ip640 1
I$64.900. \
I *HIGH "6V! Building lot with beautiful oak trees. Keystone area. 4500. ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly f -

*UVE IN TUT COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acres, pecan trees barn (growing area of Clay county Priced to sell at less that

I and workshop. See It. you will |ove It.$128,500. $1200.00 per aCrel! I I. .

1 *BEST AREAl Brick 3 BR; 2 Ba. carport chain link fenced backyard. $49,900 I WATERFRONT 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin
*READY TO UVE IN for only $21.500. Owner financed. In city. the Plumbing Supplies
Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking lake.
J *1MO OOUHRWIDE on one acre, all hookups.' excellent cond. VA financing
I available. S2A.toO, I .g0. screened porch. This I one will go fast at $57,500. i"

1 *OWNER TRANSFERRED'ANXIOUS) Brick 4BR. 3 BA on 2 lots.Over 2600',CH/A I MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out From Durrance .

loll amenlttee. Excellent location. lust| off 16 W. Only $74,900. ,' I II buildings including a 21' x 66' metal barn.. Loads of & Supply Co.
*BOUCTOML" NOWI Recently renovated 3 BR house on SR 100 South of II possibilities. Pump .

I Starke.Only..900,1 t ; .. ..... .... .- .
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-. A---. irel'nvlt.InqulrL.I On Our Other Properties. i $64 N. Temple Ave. 1W4-7061J: r W.OrlllWell.; i

"*$>? Thinking of Buying Or Sailing. .? Call V*. George W. Roberts, Broker Starke, Fla.:, f assil. 2"to6" ..State llc.ns.d.. e : '.:'i.
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CAMPER Traveler 1978: 35' fifth wheel American "NEED A TUTOR": All subjects| K-8 Certified FULL Scholarship TIME REAL available ESTATE! ERA SALESPEOPLE Tiffin andOwen : FOR RENT FOR SALE YARD SALE's\
with 20 ft.
awning fully self- Teacher
533-2901 after 7
p.m. Inc. Realtor 221 W.
*, LayfayetteSt.
contained price neg. 533.2411: Calloft.r 8/22 tfn 964-5065714 tfn ,MOBILE HOME 2 BR $ISO a month fur. MUST SACRIFICEHammond 5000 series BIG SEVEN FAMILY wit Friday and

6 p.m. 5/16 tfn CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free EXCITING OPPORTUNITY nlshed or unfurnished. Across from organ with double keyboard base Saturday October 4.5.86. Sunrise Park

ROLLS Of HAY Fr.shIt'AI.cla.. Arthur estimates HandyMan Fence Co. Typists Secretaries, Needed Now. Call lake on SRI00. Purchase for $50 down pedal and rhythm section 795. Call lust oft Pecan on Hilltop. Tools, tires,

Gasklns.BRADFORD 782-3727 after 5 pm.516 tfn Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. 329Un' Kelley Services 371.1913 EOE. 8/29 tfn and $80 month. 473.7560, tfnchg 9/26 473.2210 weekdays or 473-4648 1 housewares, sew// pqmachine, roll

LIMEROCK WORK FROM HOME $60 per 100 Inserting weekends for appointment tq see, fin away bed clothe all *txei you nameIt.

SALES WANTTODRINKT envelopes. Information send HELP WANTED HONDA 10 CB 650 motorcycle, $595 Rain or shin. Itpd 10/3
Limerock t Fill Dirt THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS stamp to K.S Enterprises, P.O. Box 1 OBO. 473.3358.9/262tchg 10/3 MOVING All Saturday October 3

20 yd. leml-loadi only WANT TO STOP 1501.C, Bloomfield, NJ 07003. 9/12 WORK FROM HOME $60 p.r 100 Inserting ,from 9 til 4 p.m. Located at 695 S.

Phone 7(2-3172 5/23 tfchg THAT'S OURS 4tchg 103MOTOR envelopes Information send 'WUKLITZEK spinet piano, sjxieilent conditlon. Lawrence Blvd. off Hwy.21, Keystone

STORE BOUGHT Furniture for tale at Alcoholics Anonymous ROUTE AVAILABLE In Keystone tamp to K.S. Enterprises, P.O. Box $1,000. i Cherry mahogany. Height. Rain no sale. Itpd 10/3

Doublewlde Home Center located 964-4150-964-6B94-964-6219 Heights Must have reliable transportation 1501C. Bloomfleld NJ 07003. 4tchg Phone 4733752. tfnchg 8/29 GARAGE SALE Frl and Sat. 4.5 from 9

North on 301 lawtey, Fla. (this It not pd thru 11/1 telephone and be able to post 9/19-10/3 COUNTRY STORK and property for sale a.m. look for signs Hwy 21 South near

trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, a $250 cash bond deposit. Call 964-5165 LIVE-IN COMPANION and housekeeper by owner. Highway 100 6 ml. east of Fairway. Clothes, tools, plants, mlsc

FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY or come by office at 1605 N. TempleAve. for elderly lady. Nonsmoker, non- Keystone Heights. Egg business, and Teske't craft. Itpd 10/3

tale at Ollns Home Center located on ., 964-6078. Orders also taken In Lake Mon-Fri. 9/26 2tchg 10/3 drinker. Must hove own car. groceries, beer and win. Will consider GIANT YARD SALE Saturday October

Highway 100 West. This It not trailer Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, MAINTENANCE POSITION Applicationsnow References required 4733425. Itchg leasing. Also 1982. Corona 14X50 from 8 until. Eight-tenth mile South of

furniture 6/13 tfnchg 4734973. 2/26 tfn being taken for experienced 10/3 mobile home, like new Phone traffic light on SR21. SE Lake lane..

DELUXE FLASHING ARROW SIGNS $259 LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Boll maintenance good full 904-473-2067. 3tpd 9/19.10/3 Item large and mail. Itchg 10/3
complete! ($23 monthly). Save $269. fields Phone 485.1861 person pay PERSONAL SERVICES furniture,
playgrounds. time work hospital benefits. Apply at THIRTY ONE PIECES Amber Tleraglasswaie. YARD SALI Huge sole,

Lighted non-arrow $247. Nonlighted, anytime 4/25 tfnchg Griffin Industries, Hwy 221 Hampton Six place settings, domed linens, toy, mist Fri. So,. and Sun. 9
$199. Free letters, bulbs. Quality BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer Fla. 10/3 TF butter dish never used $125. til. Three mile west of Keystone on :

workmanship. Can see locally. work. Have 2 bulldozers S looking for PRESTIGE SALES POSITION If you wont a CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work 4734385. Itpd 10/3 Hwy 100. Turn left at Keystone Oak,
kitchen cabinets and trim .
Guaranteed neverundersold.l800.423.0163 work. 964-5606 7823333. Ask for career sales position and desire far Call 473-4018 carpentry.Reasonable after ALUMINUM STORM DOOR 32X76 Inches right first dirt road left at end. Signs

anytime. Mark. 8/8 tfn above normal Income; with excellent prices. $5 pickup camper door windows are posted. Itpd 10/3
Icon 171 10/3 FRESH RIVER SHRIMP And fish for 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg
your products and sales Call $2 each TV antenna $15.
FOR SALE OR SWAP $11.000 value: 2 freezer. Ten Ibs. or more. Please call 1.800.922-9287. Icon 172 training.Itchg 10/3 CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and installations 4751138. Itpd 10/3
Free estimates Ten
time-shares at Daytona Beach on the 284-9755. 8/15 4tchg 10/3 QUALIFIED SERVICE-MAN mobile years 1963 CHEVY IMPALA I. blue Interior, run
on Call 473.4217 and ask for
ocean overlooking the pool. Sleeps 4. experience.
homes Prior needed or a great antlqu.llc.n. plate, great condition -
Swop for motor home boat ???. experience Craig. 5/17 tfnchg
Phone 496-2939, 496.2871.9/12 4pd 10/3 $800. 1964.16 ft. Sportcraft r.rr
good over
carpenter. Starting pay PRESSURE WASHING dirt
9049648806. Jay Edwards 9/26 2tchg HODGES CUSTOM ENGRAVING $5/hr. Olms Home Center Apply In mildew from homes, Skyllner boat 65 HP Mercury engine, I\

10/3 Trophies, nameplates, doorplates, 10/3 Stchg 10/31 peeling paint new cables, tilt-on trailer overall good
person. driveways, mobile homes Call Rick
SEVERAL ITEMS Portable dishwasher
awards, plaques, engraving EGG PICKER NEEDED Prefer exp. 9/12 10/3 condition $800. Huffy riding mower
$200. Searst HP water pump and deskplotes. 24 hr service day or eves. mature woman 964.7138 or 9644402. FURNITURE 413.2452.4tchg $100. 1962 Chevy needs work $100.
tank $250. Dirt rood by Vets, Dr. 9044733671. 9/26 4tchg 10/17 10/3 TF AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng. 473-2560, 9-4 days Itchg 10/3 Special
Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac End of Season
Mullins, 2nd MH
Hwy on right. HAVE OPENING FOR PRESCHOOL SALES PERSON WANTED: Exp In the 4732521. 8/1 tfnchg 1971 SOUTHWIND motor home. Gen.
9/26 2tchg 10/3 CHILDREN Excellent care at air, low mileage 13500. Call $4995
mobile home field or other related
MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, barstools
SATELLITE SYSTEM 100 channels .
plus reasonable prices. Certified teachers, 473-3343 or 9647055. 10/3 tfnchg
fields. Olms Home Center, apply In
beds. No too small. -
complete with Installation. $43/mo., hot lunch. Small World 964.5232.9/26 camper |lob Inground swimming pools, complete

Will finance Why pay cable? Call Mike, 2tchg 103RELIABLE person.10/3 Stchg Be 10/31 sure you have experience. 9/1210/3 Addison Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg LAND FOR SALE Installation with filters, motor

473-4090 or 276.1336.9/26 2tchg 10/3 MH REPAIR SERVICE Painting\ and free chemicals.
NEEDED Fla. licensed.
6-PIECE RATTAN living room furniture. cool-sealing leveling, spray washing, HAIRCUTTER Following preferred: 964.4645, CARPET CLEANING extraction.- truck mount.d.d.ep October, LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500. 100% Financing No Down Payment
Very reasonable Call after 4 p.m. Fri. and skirting. Free estimates. 9648899. SHAMPOO ASSISTANT Owner will finance $164 per month. Florida State Certified CompanyPh.
Hairplanes. one-half off .
special, on Scotchguard.C
day. 9644804. Itpd 10/3 9/264tchg 10/17 WANTED Must have Fla. License.Hairplanes 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 Collect
AND B CARPET CLEANING 399-5685 Anytime)
FERGUSON 8N TRACTOR with scraper BAKER LP GAS: Family owned and 9644645. Itchg 10/3 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights readyto .

blade. Excellent condition. $2,250. Bill operated. We strive to give better COUNSELOR II FORENSIC PROGRAM: Keystone 473.7770 Heights move on. Power, well septic and .. '/2"U/U

Gibbs at 473-4006 or 659-2111 after 6. r price and service. We solicit Bradford,Union Guidance Clinic Inc., Upholstery cleaning fence 6499. 392-0985 or 4733024.
10/3 customers who their tanks. Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13
own own
Starke Fla. 32091. DEADLINE for
applications HUSBAND
TYPEWRITER Royal manual. $25. Itpd We sell and rent tanks and furnish WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA I 5
: Oct. 4. 1985. QUALIFICATIONS smokers Cleaning, windows,
10/3 cylinders Open Mon-Frl 8:45-6:30, Sot. acre parcels on scenic county maintained
: Master's degree In a mental fertilizer trimming. For shut-
GENERAL MILK COW calf due road. Melrose From $16,000.
8:45.3 1800635.2371 2596810. area.
: p.m. or :
health discipline from an accreditedcollege ins only. His and Her hair I care. Freeestlmntes. VACUUMSALE
December $250. 782-3864. 10/3 We fill cylinders at dock for $20. 10/3 two Need financing? Call today. Prestige
or university plus years Call 4734543. Itchg 10/3
CHICKEN FARM breeders, Inc. 373-1700 after hours
: heavy 3tchg 10/17 professional experience, one of which Properties, i
guarantee salary $82,000 per year. LOOK I WILL HAUL unwanted object or be 4752647. 7/25 tfnchgMOBILE
must in a specific program area. CARS TRUCKS
$325,000. $60,000 down. 4682339. do odd jobs etc., with my one ton. Call This ,
10/3 Phil between 6-8 p.m. Itpd 10/3 the potential for developing into & BOATS HOMESBY NEW & USED "
HOLIDAY RAMBLER 5th wheel, good and lawn
full time.) Evaluation, county lail inmates Our Own
1979 LTD STATION WAGON automatic We
Home Center
cond. $8,000OBO.Olin's vice. Firewood for sale. Call for free referrals
Hwy 100W dealer 10/3 Stchg 10313WHEELER estimates 964-7758. 10/3 3tpd 10/17 court evaluation, provide, A/C, P/S. P/B, tilt and cruise, V-8 OWNER lovely 28X64 3 BR 2Vi' BA KIRBYS '
: Honda X200. Exc. cond. BABYSITTING In my home. Lots of TLC, psychoscclal service consultation, motor Clean condition $2700. 1979 fully loaded, 1 year old must see to ROYALS

$1,750. Call 7823333. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 snack provided, large yard to run and emergency case Lincoln towncar 4 door loaded appreciate. No equity assume mortgage EUREKAS '
travel between two counties, provide
KEROSENE HEATER with drum and stand. ploy. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call after 6 p.m., Individual and therapy. Services $3750. 1977 Buick Skylark V-6 engine, must be moved. 4737311. 4tpd HOOVERS i

$100. 9647476. Itpd 10/3 9646193. References available 10/3 will be group under automatic, A/C, 4 door, $2000. 9/19.10/10 ELECTROLUX
ELEC. HOT WATER HEATER: perfect cond. 2tpd 10/10 provided STARTING SALARY supervision 473.2409if no answer, 398-1071 (Jax). 1974 MOBILE HOME-12X65 ft., 3 BR on FILTER QUEENS
MINIMUM $9,000
Used one year. Call 964-5577 after 6:30: : Ask for Nick or Scott tfnchg 9/19 83X103 ft. lot in Keystone Heights, SEARS
: Spooner
10/3 10/17 1985 MERCURY Grand Marque fully near schools. $16,500 assumable more
p.m. 3tpd LAND FOR SALEONE Ed.S.. Area Director, B.U Guidance COMMERCIALWe
TRAVEL TRAILER 30 ft. On 301 S. 3'/ Fla. 32091. equipped 2,071 miles still In warranty tgage. C. B. Isaac Realty Inc. repair all makes
Clinic P.O. Box 399, Starke
miles by Crosley Trailer Mfg Corp. one owner (deceased). Can be seen 9044752199. tfnchg 9/26
Itpd 103FIREWOOD ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road, no Itchg 10/3 at Charlie's Shell Station Keystone 12 X 70 MH 2 BR, 1 BA, A/C close to AI Young'sSince
Call down payment $75 per mo. Call Heights, or call 4733713. Itpd 10/3 town. Available Oct. 15. $245 month.
FOR SALE Cheap. 9645606. 10/4 tfn will be taking applications: as of 1960 VW BUG must sacrifice. Lowered 4732730. Itcho 10/3
468-2477. Norma Arter, Star Rt. 1 I. Box October 10, 1985, fur the position of 1957 .
I LOTS 6 ACREAGE: 20 percent down front and rear end, electric air shocks,
a?.A Hamnton. Fla. 32044. Itpd 9/26 Police Officer. Must be certKied with MISCELLANEOUSPAC ,
balance In five years, financing by rebuilt 1500 cc engine (no miles). One 964.6918
Police Standard
owners, 964.6853. 12/13 tfn. Training. Applicationswill piece window kit. As Is. 4732730. Itchg
trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement be taken at City Hall. Merrell Dees 1983 CHEVY CITATION automatic RAT- Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture 3 Miles north of

$1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Office. Itchg 10/3 PS/PB, tilt and cruise, V-6 clean cloth appliances, household Items, Starke on US 301

trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn tingle axle 9645606. 1/03 tfn EARN $4.87 HR. Interior. $5000. 473-2275 after 5. Itpd collectable, glassware, old jewerly,
trailer, $878 16' car hauler, $1,150 6 need in and
; ; We assistance evaluating
tools 473-2183 tfnchg
ft. ramps, $100. Olin's Mobile Homo responding to daily work reports submitted
ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 :J
Center Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. by our agents throughout the --
mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn
_ 1/10 tfn 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) state. No experience necessary; paidto Need Tiffin & Owens Inc. $ t
COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or complete training. Work at home. ERA ,
$3,500. down $70 mo. Custom
no payment per
le. Canon home copier $799; Canon For Information send self-addressed,
Call 9645606. 1/03 tin
hBme or office copier $999; Canon! offMexxpienj$1399. stamped envelope 9'/i inches long to: Draperies: ? RealtorFormerly
ILOTI.N.9TYI $6,009. Call 964-5764; after... ,.. .,. .
: for .. > y4 '
Ran to'own Atlanta' ,
? o 5, eatt 964-5251.. 3/07 tfn AWGA, Dept. E, Box 49204, Call Loma FAULKNER REALTY "jv'
I lect. $45 per month OFFICE' SHOP, Ga. 30359 Itchg 10/3 oo
LAND FOR SALE: Six lots, 1-2/3 acre per 221 W. Lafayette Street
110 W. Call St., Starke. 964-5764. 2/21 496-2219
lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For Mon.-Frl.8:30 a.m.-4:00: p.m.
ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. REAL ESTATE TF Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. z
No down Call 964-6946. 4/04
payment. Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg OUT OF STATEDEER
tfn WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot locatedat 964-5065 r

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. Woodland Acres, Starke. Has well Shop & Compare I 11 I
$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. 4/04 septic tank o pole. 8500 selling 8 TURKEY HUNTING PRESERVE for RENTALS AVAILABLE Ito

tfn price 500 down 135.00/month. Call sale. 400 acres, middle Georgia. All Special Insurance for
COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Stark. 964-56066/13 tfhchg type game abundant. One mile river Mobil. Home Parks --

Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212. 5.43 ACRES: 646 ft. Forsyth Rd. frontage. frontage. Call ((912)) 552-5681 collect. All types of ho'ne- II RESIDENTIALS

11/24 tfn $4,000/acre. Call 3054646827. Cash orterms. Town & Country Real Estate, fcan owner policies for I KINCSLEV LAKE AREA: Nestled among the oaks, this 2BR spacious home

ADD A ROOM: 14'X22' 3,000/installed 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 169.10/3 mobile homes decorated with real wood panelling. You won't find a more solid home. Call

3,500 dealer 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg 20 ACRES: fertile soil, not too wet or dry N.C. MOUNTAINS: New 2BR cedar Call for Quote for personal showing
SAWDUST 2 yards'deliveredand
homes, land water, electric heat
lots of oak and sweet trees beautifulacres.
pine gum brick homo 9.75
COUNTRY ESTATE You'lilov. this spacious on
spread, $20. 4682624. 9/1212tchg '/ mile off Rd. 100 near church store rock fireplace, deck $38,500. We or.dev.loplng Olin's Mobile Barn Included. Fenced and cross fenced.
11,8 and school bus route 4 miles fromKeystone 1400 acres surrounded by I
MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR Runs off 2 BRADFORD VILLAS: Immaculate one unit: 2BR 1'Bo, over 900 sq. ft.
rivers and lakes. Pick and choose
8 miles from Starke. Rt. 3, your Sales
batteries like brand $1.500 Home extras In the carefree living unit priced to sell.
new Box 682, Starke. 473-3619. Itchg 10/3 spot fowl) $4,000 per acre. ERA DUN- Many
original price over 52500. Phone FOR SALE OR RENT acres well, septic CAN REALTY. 124 Highway 64W, Murphy 1 MAKE YOUR MONEY WORK Rent that mobile home and rent that extra

468-1941 or 473-3389. 10/3 2tpd 10/10 and pole After S call 4625102. NC 28906. Free brochure Elaine M. Olin, Agent lot!
SEVERAL ITEMS Baldwin piano like Itchg 103BEAUTIFUL 18004388196. fcan 17010/3 964.5606 READY TO SELL Lovely home In prestigious area, one of Starke's finest

new $800; pool table w/table tennis FENCED 20 Acres: with SW MOUNTAIN LAND for sale by owner. homes. Stone fireplace highlights great room.
top $200; exercise bike$45; 30-gal fish trailer barn fruit trees dark room. In $100 down owner financed 2 acre -- --- -- BEST BUY to get away from it all 120 I acres minutes from 301. Owner will

tank $30; 7 qt. Sears pressure canner Lawtey off 225. 964-5165 8-5 p.m. or tracts, nearby 3,000 acre lake, 1 '/. r finance. NO QUALIFYING)

like new, $40. Call 964.7920 after 5 964-6566 after 5 p.m. 51000. hours North of Atlanta. 1-404-276-2727 Inc I HISTORICAL BEAUTY Finer 2 story home on Stark.Walnut St. Completely -

p.m. Itpd 10/3 or 14042763668. fcan 173 10/3 t Bargain Center, modernized 4 bedroom 3 bath Colonial. Appointment only.
SMITH WESSON 9mm automatic pistol FOR SALE BY OWNER 20 I outside. 3 bedroom
HELP WANTED : Approximately if EASY LIVING In the country: lots of space Inside and
model 39-2 limited'production, cherry acres producing apple and peach orchard I 2 bath doublewlde.
condition. $300 FIRM. 964-5123. Itpd with home in the beautiful hills Electrical I Plumbing I
ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY to th.Hospital *3 BEDROOM 1 '/ Bath home, conveniently' located, walking distance to
10/3 of North 14042733495. fcon Mobile Home SuppliesPaneling
Georgia. I
Administrator. Must schools and
possessexcellent shopping.
; typing skills, machine dicta ( IMMACULATE 3 bedroom, 2 both home on 2 acres located In Lake Butler
condition. ALSO BOATS
cabinet $75, good
tion, organizational skills and be I 2 Commercial Icemakers
I area
Royal typewriter $25. Phone 964-8233 Makes 350 Ibs,
10/3 capable of handling administrative a Day SARATOGA HIS 3 BR, 1 bath starter home, or Investment

NOW days.TAKING Itpd ORDERS for handmade details and assignments. Salary will be 14 FT. FIBERGLASS Boat and Trailer: Call I CapacityQUALITY I CYPRESS DECK overlooking your own fish pond. This 2 story 4 BR, 2 bathhouse

Cabbage Patch dolls) Ideal fort\ commensurate with experience. Call after 5 p.m. 964-8081. 10/3 2tpd 10/10 with spiral stairs Is a real charmer.

Christmas. $25 black or white. ) Ronald J. Rice, Hospital Administrator GLASTRON 1S'/ ft., 65 hp Mercury t FOR LESS I *OFF BESSENT RD Nice 2 BR, 2 bath brick veneer, with many extras. Can
((904)) 4962222. ext. 295, or send w/tllt trailer, new built-in gas tank,
9646650. Itpd 103Janet. be purchased with 4 or 7 acres
.. and history to Ronald J. new battery, fish or ski boat I a
salary great
resume 961-6679 US 301 South I MILE EAST on Hwy. 100. On 1 acre, 3 BR, 1 bath. Good owner financing.
Rice Hospital Administrator Reception 964-7901 after 6 p.m. 10/3 2tpd 10/10
*RARE OPPORTUNITY Be a home owner at 22000.
and Medical Center P.O. Box 628 l __ __ -.. .., *IMAGINE one acre on St. Clair St. Large 3 BR 2 bath home. Call for ap
Lake Butler Fla. 32054. Itchg 9/26

J' r I I' .1 pointment.LOVE* THAT. PRICE! $25,300. Cozy frame In Starke.

5 Starling- Protect Your Home Steve Broadway I Ip KINGSLEY LAKE Newer home on a shady lot. $90,000.

Realtor -- And Save 25% TREE SERVICE i ACREAGE

11 ACRESWell; septic tank I*, FLORILAND On All Maintenance-Free Exteriors Is Now COUNTRY SETTING) One acre up to 3 acre lots terms
c .
Cut Brick and Stone cleared Bessent Rd. Terms available from
BEAUTIFUL LOT already on
jond/open air.barn. $33,500 Coqulna Shell BROADWAY & WALTERS
5 ACfJeS!\ $12,500; 10 ACRES REALTY owner
(23,0f ;'.'&c.lI.n' Terms. 964-7700 VlnylorAluminum Siding Removal EXCITING MH SITE 4 roiling acres Breaker. 11900.

47'ACRES:Well, septic Conk 17. Trimming *BUILDING LOTS on Crosby lake Canal.
saN.t.nybnw. CALL TODAY FOR FREE *301 NORTH: !'/ acre. Only 15000.
rajman .'pool l. fenceaVcrVjss-Jenced. V..nl. P. Odom Srok.r-OHI.
ESTIMATES Removal subdivision. Owner financing gets you a start on a
2%IOOO. < Joy Thornton A.tocl.* Stump *LOVELY newer

4 ACRES: Hwy 225' A. 12500.; Homes Beautiful I Firewood homestead.

5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. $ 2.500. e$,3* Acres, In city, 3 BR 2 BA, brick of N. Fla.. Free Estimate I FARMS AND ACREAGE
12 ACRE Old farm house. Beautiful
: desired Ready to ,1 sell. Call to
most area. Owner must
"" home *40 ACRES $39,500) Don't pass up this bargain.
Starke Fla. 473.4732 473-7679
t poke $32.500. \ sell. Call for more detail ,

( LIQUOR OLD IUliOING STORE:.AND In Lawtey LOUNGE$8500.00 I .less than 2 Years Old:Brick home In 964.6766 After 5 P.M. I I5C I day.VERSATILE PROPERTY Convenient location 37 acre, only $ .500 per

country with 6 or mare acres.

>At. $50.000. .'HI Acres, good hunting .woods, I __ Guaranteed Savings Keystone Heightsiark acre.* EASY ACCESS to Hwy 301: 80 acres, will split.
>3BR 2BA Beaut.. Land Scaped Lot .
+nt lon
financing. Included
I some owner II FARMETTEi 18V4' acres, farmhouse on paved
I !39.900. Hwy) 16 West.1f2BR '20 Minutes from Galnesvlllei High t _

| 2BA tt. the:Country... $29:900'. dry ,land highway frontage, ex(904)782.3931 COMMERCIAL

cellent owner financing good far ... *Yeu'll love this bargain. Commercial location en Hwy. 301. $22.500.

( ) t I subdividing. T' *PROVEN HIGH TRAFFIC AREA Hwy 301. Nice newly remodeled bldg. and
P.O. Drawer M Commercial Building, space for ,. available.
Good term
Rear parking.
&mirtna& & Associate' ; zt1t. work area.
business, plus Income property.' ,,; *DOWNTOWN I Large brick bldg. with over 12,000 sq. ft. Presently used for

Industrial production and sales. Will sell with or without buslnes 1/4 acre'
L .r -" lot.


," POTENTIAL. $39,800.
r HELP WANTED, 'From V acre to 2.5 acre.'Newly op.nd section has community Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR

water. These lots can be sold complete with septic Sale Manager Evening''''-404'

('I Openings available) for prior service military personnel In tank and power pol. /Irene L. 'aulka.,REALTOR''''-42 ASSOCIATES III.Johns S33-28U

the Naval Air Reserve Program In Jax. From $41.00 per month Call for details. Suzanne Kitchen ''''-7630 Bob Matthew 964-721 '

f Ground and -flight crew position available In patrol Lou Young ''''-752S lee Hordenbreok 479-7864

and attack> squadron. Also, several Farm Home approved _lots.; .. * *
helo >>
i transport, I Carol Warner 964-4992' Property Manager
t Call collect.KM-772-3M1 for,further Information.
lee HorH brook 471-7144-Appraisal s
-' 9/12 4tchg 10/10 __.__, _-==- __ ..RftaltcrlevQdtr'473.7060 .

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m News Briefs :. Car Missing From DealershipA I

.. potential buyer was,given the 'The emerald green Lincoln Is still
Two tomes Lost ding to an rrest report. according to Sgt. Paul Rhoden. "We appreciate the support of the keys to a 1979 Lincoln Versa lies last missing and may have- len the area,,
Mitzel was booked Into the Tolbert, 22, of Georgia is charged by their attendance Saturday, Sept. 28, morning at said Tilley. '
public at the
By Fire WednesdayAn Alachua County -Jail and released with grand theft and no valid CPR course and plan to Terwelligar Motors and told 1 to U.ke I
after appearing in court. driver's license. He is in' sponsor', a test drive..he never returned, according The investigation is continuing In-
early morning fire Wednesday ': being held for another one the future, said
( to. Investigator n Tilley to the grand Chert. ,
Georgia authorities. .
Oct 2, totalled the home of Mr. and Eunice. .
Mrs Sonny,Douglas on S. E.35th St. Motorcycle Theft Waldo PoliceIn f
in Theresa. Gets Man Arrested All officers,Patrolmen E,J. Klserl
The family escaped Injury in the TrainingWaldo Dean Puller, Terry Branson andAustin I
7:10:: a.m. fire of the wooden-block An 18-year-old Starke man was apprehended McLeod,qualify in fire arms, NSYvlAJONr
Police Chief J. D,
structure, according to InvestigatorJohn during a stake out of his says he plans to continue requiring Eunice which will continue twice a year.
Tilley. home Sept. 25.
Mrs. Douglas had returned home James Wilson Marchant. was arrested his men to attend schools for further Patrolman McLeod received 40
training. "I feel that education is hours advanced report writing at the \ 'C
after taking child to the bus stop on probable cause for the -_
when she smelled smoke and heardan theft of a motorcycle. He has been very important"in the performanceof police academy. .. '
explosion. She grabbed the baby charged with grand theft in additionto police duties, said Eunice. Patrolman Puller received 40 hours '" ., (:
All officers I ,
recently received technique training (to train other officers \
and left the house Just as she heard four outstanding capias charging I
another explosion. By the time help violation of probation on traffic William training Reno taught by Patrolman!.. ) at the police academy.: '
arrived the house was engulfed in charges and failure to appear for a of the Starke Police .
flames, said Tilley.Responding non-jury trial on battery, according Department and participated in Chief Eunice was recently namedto ';
to the fire were rto Lt. John Dempsey,and Deputy CPR taught by Paramedic Scott the state-wide advisory board of .1,. ,_ IiII .
Theresa Keystone Heights and John Tilley. Taylor and EMT Nelson Green of the Florida Crime Prevention Com
tleilbron* Springs Volunteer Fire The deputies staked out the house Bradford Rescue. 20 citizens also mission, according to the executive COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE EXTERIORHIGH
Departments and Quick where Marchant was staying but participated in CPR. director. R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION -
Response-10. had to bust a barracade in order to FIBERGLAS BAITS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
arrest him,said Tilley. -, DUALITY INSTALLATION ..
A 9:24 a.m. south of Lawtey on Bond was set at $5,000 for the
US-301 the mobile home of Letha grand theft charge and a total of CYPRESS MULCH lJ- Fie eei .wara \. \
Higginbotham was destroyed by $2,753.25. Marchant remains in the yOrNtght -'' 01: SAVE
custody of the Bradford County Jail. SAVE j 9646956'COOLING
were no injuries in the fire. U & PINE BARK fl )
Lawtey Correctional Volunteer Fire Georgia Man NHEATINGDEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE
responded.The Department. QR-10 and Rescue 60 Charged with TheftA You pick-up; or We deliver ,

cause of the fire is unknown at 1980 Lincoln stopped for havingan Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery -- -
this time, said Investigator Tilley. improper tag by the Starke Police CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING
Department appears to have been
Palm Beach Man stolen Sept. 30 in Macon, Georgia. I
Sentenced.in Starke William Tyrone Tolbert was arrested 964.6649 :!I
Oct. 2 at 4 a,m. after a com- 1 Jlichord's SHOES
Albert Aaron of Palm Bech Countywas check determined the Lincoln
arrested Sept. 30 on an order of possession was listed as! stolen -
arrest for failure to pay child support ., .
according to InvestigatorDavid

Aaron Aderholt.was sentenced to 60 days for FREE HEARING TEST
criminal contempt. "

Hampton Councilman 1\ V od. .ngJ. '. ,. ., .

Charged With TheftA Gainesville Hearing Aid is, coming to STARKE Hush ll,'iliHnnm Puppies isniiitti, 'I''f.'I :tS. '

Hampton city councilman was
Put bit of class
grand arrested theft Sept.after 23 and allegedly charged taking with We will be at Mitchell's Rexall Drug on Call Street the Sterling m your step with a this open toe
from his slmnhack pump Sterling takes
money James Mitzel,workplace.21,who was electedto FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH from 9 a.m. until the gathered European look
the council in September was arrested and adds deep,down home
after turning himself in to 1:30: p. m. to better serve our customers. comfort to make 9 to 5 less
Waldo Police. Mitzel admitted tak work and more play.
ing $111 fromjhe Waldo Cargo Sta
tion where he Is employed, accorTELMED-, Gainesville Hearing Aid Center 33.99 Putty Navy Wine-N,M.W,-5V-11
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For a copy of the free brochure Other Hushpuppies to choose from! '
listing Tel-Med's 215 health Informa- We service all make and models of hearing aids. \ Men's Hushpuppies Also!
tion tapes, call *64-ooo.One will be
mailed to you promptly. Also have batteries available. Home testing by ap-
Tel-Med is a free service providedto Gregory Robbins 964.7353
the community by the Auxiliary of pointment only. Licensed Hearing Aid Specialist lEEl kvIs4 J
Bradford Hospital. ., Inc.-. Mon.-Sat. 9:30-5:30: ; Fri. 9:30-6:00: : _

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GOVERNMENT). Also delinquent HOMES From lax $i, (Ur.palr NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES----- Get ResultsIM09DRASTICAILY *Weekly 'Mo.ifh'y
property. Also
pruning. firewood oak and
Call 805.687-6000. Eat GH.1136 for In. pine for sale Call Thomas Nettles *Or By the Night
formation. 8/29 Btpd 10/17 4963823. tfn 12/22 Registered Quarter Horse Gr.at Shape. 1974 Echo 12'x60', two bedroom, one located by
IV Owner large home, almost on.acre, Call 496-2620. day or night. Dean bath, central air, furnished 5000. .. -- .. Starke
Post Office
corner lot on SR121. Call 496.2376 REAL ESTATE Ward. 9/19 4tpd. 10/10 Kingwood, 12'x60', two bedroom, one
Itpd. 10/3 OUT OF AREA Deluxe Zenith 25" Color TV In beautiful bath, furnished, window Air. REDUCED: 4 BR 2 Reasonable RatesMagnolia --
""" walnut cabinet, was $729.95 now conditioner, 5000. Both real nice.Call Ba two story horn on 20 ac., stocked Hotel
BUSINESS $286.50 or take up payments of $24.65 Powell 4963377. Itpd. 10/3 pond pool playhouse for kids, fenced -
LOOKING FOil A SPECIAL; PIECE OF PROPERTY per month Int.rested parties make a 1983 14' 5&'Two bedroom, one bath,un enjoy) great privacy. Will split ,' --
OPPORTUNITIES ? If I don't hove It, III find It.Just free call, collect for Mr. Whit. at furnished many extras, like new. No #413-- 1/4 acre, paved road i'/ '
ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. 755-0945, betwen 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. down payment, assume mortgage.Will mile to town. Owner will finance. .
496.2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR 9/19 4tchg. 10/10 consider rent to Call 496-3206,
We will find you a business fr... Or tell own. Low down.
your Over 3000. New limited photo UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tin Lumber 2'x4'x8', treated $1.55 each after 6 P.M.. Itpd 10/3 '400.9 1/3 acre near Graham, Eyesight Changes
and computer distributorship under Land For Sale Approximately 3 acres dressed 2'x4'x8' treated rough $1.35 12'x16' On two lots. Pump, septic tanks, timberland, owner financed lowdown
10,000. Mortgage available. Partlcally wooded, well and septic each 4'x4'x8' $3.50 each. 2'x4'x8' aluminum utility building fruit trees. r
money tank, mobile homes Hale and treated$1.65 each. You load. Call 4963250,
Call 14049518444.( ) It 10/3 okay. pressure 7 to 12 A.M. Sunday- #411-3 BR 1 Ba, on 5' ocr.. In
.- Associates Real Estate, Inc. Call limited supply call 752-4166Loke( City) Thursday, all day Friday and Saturday LawteHome In excellent condition l
496.3939 or 4623068. chg. tfn 9/264tpd. 10/17 Itpd. 10/3
HELP WANTEDSilk North Carolina Mountains New two 3 Bdrm Frame home, for sale by owner, I closed garage.
bedrtom cedar homes, land water, central heat/air,5/8 acre city lot at 955S. #412..3 BR 1 Ba, on Market Rd. Ap.
Screening Instructor High School electric haat, rock fireplace, deck for Lak. Ave., lake Butler 4962976. INSURANCEMAINES pllances, cookout grill. many extras
diploma or GED, four $38,500. We are developing 1.400 9/26 3tpd 10/10 here. Assume mtg.
years' experience
INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. 405-3 BR, 2 Ba block,CH/A, ,
In printlng/illk Industry acres surrounded by rivers and lakes. Dining Table with six chairs $300. Sofa, carpet
screening Three wall lake Avenue, Lake Butler 496.3978. lovely landscaped yard, In town. On*
Ability to communicate well. Pick and choose your spot now) $4,000 $350. piece unit lighted
Teach inmates at Cross City Correctional per acre ERA Duncan Realty, 124 $400. Must see to appreciate Call Complete Insurance Service tfn ly $9,000 down.
Institution. Salary: $702.96. To Highway 64W, Murphy, North Carolina .496-3206 after 6 P.M. Itpd. 10/3 Classified Ads #399-3 BR 1 ba, corner fenced yard,
apply contact Lake City Community 28906. Free Brochure. 18004388196.( ) For Chevy 4x4 4-speed transmission and In town block CH/2 air units, priced
College, Rt. 7, Box 378 Lake City, Fl. Mountain land for sale by owner. $100 transfer case with front end locking Gef Results at 39900. I
32055 ((904)) 752-1822, ext. 313. Equal down, owner financed, two acre tracts, hubs less ring gear and pinion. $400, #395--Lovely 2 BR home In country. Don't take
opportunity employer. 9/26 2tchg. 10/3 nearby 3,000 acre lake, 11/2 hours call 496-3607 Itpd. 10/3 One acre parcel many fruit trees. your eyesight forgrant.d.
Prestige Soles Position If you want a north of Atlanta. 1(404)276-2727( ) or Deluxe Flashing Arrow Signs $259 Complete FOR RENT workshop. Owner will finance Having good vision often
($23 monthly). Save $2691 meant having the good sense to get
career sales position and desire far 14042763668.( ) It 10/3 OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
above normal Income, with excellent By Owner Approximately 20 acres pro. Lighted, Non-arrow $247. Nonllghted regular eye exams, and possibly,
products and sales training. Call ducing apple and peach orchard with $199. Free letters bulbsl Quality TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR Ask about our commercial In wearing eyeglasses. Make an appointment
18009229287.( ) It 10/3 home In the beautiful hills of North workmanship. Can see locally. War. RENT: Union CountyTimes 150 vestments. Tell us what you want. soon,
Georgia. Call 14042733495.( ) It 10/3 ranty. Guaranteed never undersold Main Street, Lake Butler Phone U'N.hmpl.A"..
Deer and Turkey Hunting preserve for 1(800)423.0163( ) anytime.It. 10/3 496-226)) for Information tin Starke,32091 South Eastern
NOTICEMEN sate. 400 acres, middle Georgia all Guns In new to excellent condition. Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished -
type game abundant. One mile river Browning BLR243, swivels and sling call 964-6385 or 496.2751. $275 G. Eye Care, Inc.
WOMEN frontage. Cnll ((912)552-5681) collect. $300. with 3x9 VARIXII Leupotd scope month, first last and security deposit ) RTE. Robert F. Hook M.D.
17-62 Town and Country Real Estate. It 10/3 $500, Winchester 942MXTR and swivels tfn/chg ,
$275 with 2x7 VARIII Leopold stop Rent or lease Formerly Mary Beauty INCOHrOHAUOOKU' George W. Freeman, M.D.
TRAIN NOW FOR YARD SALE $450; Browning 22 Autorifle breakdown Salon, 415 S.E. Second Ave, Lake Diseases & Surgery of the Eye
CIVIL SERVICE model $235, Savage Fox model I B Butler Call 496-2293Day( ), 496.0091 964. 931 473.3096 103 Edwards Road
12 gage, 30 Inch barrel $275, SavageFox after 6 P.M. 9/26 2tpd. 10/3 ''
EXAMSNo Remodellng-all Items must go Some model 820 gage 26 Inch barrel Room In private home for congenial person .- 964.8588
building materials bathroom fixtures, $275. call 4962001. Itpd. 10/3 non-smoker, references required
High School Necessary clothes, toys, general household Dresser Two chest of drawers, dining Call ..96.3087. tin
Positions Star'' AS High As Items. Saturday October 5, 8 A.M. til. table, couch and chair. Call .96.2173, Apartment Newly remodeled, one
HOUR Five miles out of Lake Butler at intersection after 6 P.M. or 496-3798. 10/3 2tfr bedroom $170 a month. call 496-0077. "
of highway 121 and 237S. 10/10 Itfhn in/I OLD GLORY
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FICTITIOUS NAME 8:30: a.m to 3:30: p.m.

Pursuant to Section Jones Convalescent Service
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notice is hereby glv'Oi" that :w1' t(1.i 964-6223 (East on SR 16 4th street on right)
the undersigned FRED C.
WARD 245 Oak Forest 1 1 Medical
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Keystone Height, Fla. Complete line of Farm and Feed Supplies
32656, sole owner doing i transportation 1
business under the firm ; :rr;::.j stretcher & wheelchair I '
TRADING POST, P. ,' 1"l t patients in Bradford I FREE. 5 lb. sample of JAZZ Dog Food per customer
O. Box 1515 l Kystone<; 111 'it & Clay Counties.
Heights, Fla. 32656 Intends ate" I

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name under the
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Mrs. Inez BrinsonMr Mrs. Maggie GoddenMrs. all of Starke; great-grandparents step-daughters, Nina Lee Green of
Lafayette BrinsonMr. Estes Peterson of St. Augustine and Glynnville, Ga., and Linda Gail home after an apparent heart. at- Valdosta and Marvin Hagan of Lake
Lafayette Brinson, 80,and his Maggie Bell Small Godden, a Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prist Pensacola.. Rainey of Lake Butler four Butler; three brothers, C.A. Haganof
wife, Mrs. Inez Chalker Brinson, 76, lifelong resident of Starke, died Sunday Funeral services were held October brothers, Mayo Bishop of ;Mass., Born in Thomas County, Ga., Mr. Moultrie, Ga., Julian Hagan of
both of Melrose, were killed in an Sept. 29.Survlvorb. 2 at Forest Meadows Funeral Homeof Cecil Bishop of Cocoa, Fla., Carlos Union Hagan had lived most of his life in Quitman, Ga., and Harold Hagan of
automobile accident Sunday, Sept. include a daughter, Gainesville with Rev. R. D. Wilson E. Bishop of Louisville, Ky., and County. He was employedwith Thomasville, Ga., three sisters,
29, in Melrose.Mr. Patricia Rossin of Miami; three officiating. Burial followed at Forest Charles W. Bishop of Florence,S.C. ill Owens-Illinois as foreman until Rosa Lee Moore of Roxborough,
Brinson was born in August brothers, Marshall Small of San Meadows Memorial Park In three half-brothers, Zeke Bishop;, health forced his retirement four N.C.,Louise Wilson of Moultrie,Ga.,
Diego, Calif., Columbus Small and years ago. He was a member of the
1905 in Oxford,Fla. and was retired Gainesville. William Bishop and John Bishop,all Faith and Faye Grice of Valdosta; and ten
: Cleveland Small Baptist Church.
of Starke three
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from the grandchildren.Funeral
Internal Service.
of Fitzgerald, Ga.
sisters, Brown Ella ; one sister, Lillie Survivors include his wife
Shelly Jones,and Lillie
services were held Satur-
Mrs. Brinson of
was born in March G. Brown of Macon, Ga.
1909 in Georgia, and was a retired Jerdean Owens, all of Orlando!: three Edward L, Bishop sister, Virginia; and ;5 one'grand-half- four Mae Guess Hagan of Lake Butler; day in the Faith Baptist Church of
business woman. Both were grand-children and many Mr. Edward L. Bishop, 61, died in children. Atlanta daughters, Marilyn Morris of Lake Butler, with Rev. Ralph
and friends. Marie Freeman of
Shands St. Dui ham officiating. Burial followedin
members of the First Baptist Teaching Hospital Sunday, Memorial services were held
Funeral services will be Mary, Linda Sirmans of
Church' of Keystone Heights and on Saturday Sept. 29 after a brief illness. Tuesday, Oct. 1, in Archer Funeral and Valdosta Mt. Zion Cemetery under the
Mrs. Brinson was a member of. the at 10 a.m. in Lake City. Combs Born in Georgia, Mr. Bishop was Home Chapel 1 with Rev. Ralph Butler Jennifer Wysocki of Lake direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Melrose Woman's Club. Funeral Home is in charge of ar of the Baptist faith and a member of Durham officiating. ; two sons, Michael Gilliam of Lake Butler.
Survivors include one daughter, rangements. Masonic Lodge 550 ABBA Georgia.
Jeannie Brinson Prince of Jacksonville Card of ThanksTo He was a concrete truck driver. Billy L. Hagan
; three grandchildren and one Survivors include his wife, Flora Mr. Billy L.
Hagan, 54, of Lake
great grandchild. Mr. Brinson is the friends and neighbors of LeeMobley of Lake Butler; two Butler,died Wednesday afternoon at
also survived by one brother,Ernest Mrs. Marrita Penzlin, we wish to say BERRY BASKETHome
Brinson of Largo,Fla.and one sister thank ypu for all your prayers and
Eunice Whatley of Tampa. Mrs. flowers during her illness and death. Show Inc.
Brinson is also survived by two ,
sisters,Estelle Miner of Melrose and Card of ThanksThe
Sue Miller of Hawthorne. family of Earnest Harold
Funeral services were held Newmans would like to thank ri s44 2eI is looking for motivated well groom-
Wednesday, October 2 at First Bap- everyone for all the expressions of
tist Church of Keystone Heights with sympathy and kindnesses shown dur- ed ladies as sales representatives to
Rev.Jack Wingate officiating.Jones ing the loss of our loved one. 118 S. Thompson Street
Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas We would like to thank Rev. Reed hold home parties to show unique
in charge of arrangements. Jones and our church family for being 964-4151
Burial followed.. in Melrose there with us. handcrafted gifts and silk arrangements -
Cemetery. Special thanks to Archie Tanner t puu" WALK-INS WELCOME
Funeral Home for making this time a y, etc. for the home.
Mrs. Mattie Morgan little easier for us. We are now open mondays....
Mrs: Mattie Jane Cowart Morgan, Zelma Newmans ........ ..... ... .. ...... ...: ,

69 Bradford, of Starke Hospital., died Friday,Sept.. 27 in Dorene Davis Rep.: .t3.5. Perms, \ tI. Only 4 shows required per mpnth

Born December 20, 1915 in Brad- Christopher McRee '"
ford County Mrs. Morgan owned Infant Christopher William Earl $ 2 ti;
and operated Morgan's Beauty Shop McRee of Gainesville died Sept. 28 at NOW 5 Including Haircut Commission Bonuses
in Starke for many years. Mrs. Shands Hospital. He was born Sept. 3.

Springs Morgan Baptist was a member Church. of Heilbron and Survivors Mrs. include Richard his parents McRee Mr.of Ask for Pat & receive an Extra $500 Purchase of Kit not required

Survivors include three Gainesville; grandparents, Mr. and Please Call
daughters Mrs. Joyce Chambers of Mrs. Henry Wilson of Gainesville Mr. : off your perm. We Like to Keep You Looking Good Rv Ch
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Lake Butler, ,. Mrs. Judy Sommer- and Mrs. Murphy and Gene McRee, .. ...... .. .. Q 964.8740

ville of Waldo,and Mrs.Ellen Baileyof -_.__.._..... -.-.-.----
Starke; one brother, Floyd
Cowart of Starke; 14 grandchildren,
10 great-grandchildren and 2 great- _

greatgrandchildren.Funeral services were.' held Sept. / r ll Norman's !

29 at, Heilbron Springs Baptist
Church with Rev. Dean Cassels and
Rev. Johnny Morgan officiating. 3WEATER
Burial followed in Conner Cemetery. market
Jones Funeral Home of Starke was

in charge of arrangements.In ', ., U.S. 301 South 964-6071 1
lieu of flowers, donations may e"
be made to the Heilbron Springs "The Country Store For More" ,
Baptist Church Building Fund. ro
thru. Sat. f
SELECTION Open 8:30: a.m. p.m.Won.
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Thanks to all my friends and FOR LADIES We Accept USDA Food Stamps
neighbors for all the' wonderful
cards,flowers, donations and food.
The Pete Barton Family All Sizes
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Inmate Greg Bradley chargedwith for Our Everyday \.:-.; 6 9 G rrYt

extortion by threatening letter; _.. Low: Meat Prices Ib ;;
insufficent evidence as to this defendant c {
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case lacks prosecutive merit. .
Bobby Earl Hasten arrested May r lb. -
6 for burglary, grand theft; dismissed r7 '
insufficient evidence as to this r
defendant. t\\ ii'' r.l\ Turkey
Scott John Habenicht arrested ? {. \ '
Jan. 22 for burglary-grand theft; .. Sirloin TipRoast
defendant Breast
pled to other charges. I .
Michael Leverson arrested Dec.27 'I
for possession of controlledsubstance '
and sale of controlled Smoked $1.59Sirloin .
substance; case dismissed, defen- lb.
dant pled to other charges. Ham Hocksor $179. i
Granver Harris, Jr. arrested May
24 for resisting arrest with violence;
transferred to misdemeanor divi- Market StyleBacon I : I ILadies

sion.Michael James Paris arrested Neck Bones Tip : t

Oct. 29 for burglary of conveyance, Steak
grand theft; completed PTI. JEANS 19
Duncan Winfield Sinclair arrested $ 1

Nov.defendant 29 for sentenced aggravated on battery other; By Lee, Levi, 59Clb., $ -499 H Ib. lb. ; .

charges. :
Michael DeSue arrested May 15 Chic, Tayor Togs I
for battery of LEO (2 counts); f
resisting officer with violence, & Wrangler
disorderly conduct; transferred to Boneless T-Bone
or r
misdemeanor division.
Sworn complaint charging grand Deimonico's I
theft locate; witness.case dismissed, unable to PorterhouseSteak r

Sworn complaint aggravated
assault with deadly weapon; unableto 3.99 )
locate witness. 299
William E. Hobson arrested . .Ib.
March 30 for issuing worthless ..
check; restitution made. '
John Clifton Rosier arrested Nov.
1, 1983 for grand theft; completedPTI. \ %
1 1 1 SWt Kits
Sworn complaint charging grand .. .
theft; case transferred to misde-
meanor. Thompson Seedless Snow WhiteCauliflower" Green Crisp
Robert Dale Bradley arrested i
Dec. 10 for resisting arrest with White Grapes Broccoli58C
violence, aggravated assault, bat
tery, disorderly intoxication; case .
dismissed, victim does not wish to I 89 : 99C
prosecute.Sworn lb. ,lb. Bunch

gravated complaint battery charging criminal ag- e Green MediumYellow Farm Fresh

mischief; case dismissed unable to \
locate victim. Peanuts Onions Collard Greens

Sworn complaint aggravated bat .
tery; unable to locate victim. $
A sworn complaint charging false 59c 19 -J19
imprisonment, battery;' battery GATOR SHIRTS. ,lb. Bunch
transferred to misdemeanor false I
imprisonment dismissed, lads pro- '

secutive Otis Waldron merit..arrested June 10 for I' For All The Family 1 I + 1 1 1

tampering with witness by force or
ore., aggravated assault Also Boys & Men'sGATOR Fresh Filets
with intent. to commit a felony; FreshWattr
dismissed, insufficient evidence as CAPS tI' Red
to this defendant. &tDeVedned\ ) Snapperatish
Olan S. Waldron arrested June 10 lvee\e
for tampering with witness by forceor at $ 99 39
threat of force,aggavated assault .
p & lb.
with intent to commit a felony; S""m lb.
dismissed insufficient evidence as to Stumps Dept. Store ,
this defendant. 9 Crabmeat
Melanie Jean Jones arrested July U.S. 301 South Bradford Shopping Center. Grouper
3 for issuing worthless check; $ 49 .

restitution Two sworn complaints charging f 964.5423 \b./. $ 1 99 $ 699CanLCawlb.

Btterinfl a worthless checks; victim .
does act wish to prosecute. s

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