Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01361
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01361
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Tropical storm Isabel, packing winds of 65 mph, is 350 miles due Two SvctloniSECTION :\ Bradford C ;,
east of the north Florida coast and still heading toward north Al 12 fog.. -tt\e OIJ/ '

Florida and south Georgia. The storm is being tracked by the national N.w. . . . ... ,.,. 1.lA: .''..',( ), \ ; t; <,
weather service and being monitored locally by Emergency Editorial. ..... ... .. .. ... .. 4A I )1' ,<,',' .>iW/f']""- I
Services, according to Supervisor Cliff Chapman. Rawton'i Ad . .. . ..-. ...7A SINCE 1$79-S ( ,.,
At press time Wednesday a gale force warning was posted from Social N.w.. . .,i . .. .S.IA A \J I
Vero Beach to Savannah, Ga. with anticipated landfall between 6 Football Cant...'. .. .,. . :, .9A
a.m. and noon today (Thursday, Oct. 10), said Chapman. Public Notlcoi. .. .. . . ... .H A /1)0 I
Overcast skies, a 60 percent chance of thunderstorms, winds Sport.. . . . . 10-I2A .' (/ '? \\)
from the NE at 13 mph, temperatures in the 80s is the prediction to- : JPO -A. \..') \\
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day.The SECTION Bt 12 Pog. 0. \) 1' 0'( 3t
extended outlook, Friday-Sunday, for partly cloudy skies, '.H Week Doing.. . . :. .'I .. 1 i Ll.. S, Y
and a decreasing chance of rain Saturday and Sunday, with lows in Slips Contois. . . . .. .IB ) \) ,G ';) \0
the mid-70s, highs In the high-80s to 90. Wlnn-Dlxlo Ad. . ... . . .2B -t.\ v\ (;
.A. second heavy rain Friday delayed the Bradford-Inverness football FFA Competition . . 3B: ),10 ; ."
game for 30 minutes. Added to last Monday downpour, some 6 N.w. BrlU. . ... . .5, |OB -( Ci'
inches of rain fell here in one week. Thirty year rainfall average for Asa D.olhi. . . . .. ..48Wonto .,\. ;
September is 5.46 inches, for October 3.64 inches. Ad.. . . . . .1.10 The ASoerrles; This Side of Heaven
30-year average rainfall January-October is 49 inches. So far in .. .
School Bus Wroch . .II 107th Year ..tttL.i.0.80\
1985, some 50 inches of rain has been recorded in Bradford County.. Fir. Safety Wook . ... ;. I2B 12th Issue < ...r;!
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milL noting ( Garbage Law :

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For Baker Game... ,' !J''v",' < Reversed by ,
Reserved seat tickets for the .
Baker High vs Bradford High game y I'

this Friday night, Oct. 11, are on .r' '
sale at the high school office from '. \ 1\,
8:30: a.m. until 3:30: p.m. today Y l I :

(Thursday, Oct. 10) and Friday. ... .. ,
Some 40 reserved seat tickets Judge Green .
have not been purchased, accor- i
ding to Mrs. Wanda Prevatt who
sells tickets at the High School of- ,.
fice. A capacity crowd is -.
expected Bradford County's original gar- lawfully provided therefore. It provides -
and Mrs. Prevatt
she doesn't :
says ,. bage ordinance is once again in effect further, that if dumping is I
want people to stand around '
after Circuit Judge R.A. (Buz- done
on private property the person
without seats when
seats are ) Green in a Monday Oct. 7 deci- have the consentof
available zy dumping must: 1)
in the reserved
seat sec- 1 sion, overruled the March 28 deci- the owner of the property (for ob-
tion.Student ,..N sion of County Judge George Pierce. vious reasons) and, 2) must dump in
tickets also sale
are on A11 / The lower level county court ruled such a way that it does not create a
today and Friday at Mrs. Prevatt'soffice
the garbage law, county ordinance public nuisance and does not other-
$2 for 6-12 and for
grades $1 ) number 76-2 unconstitutionalearlier
grades K5.Join ; wise violate the law. (As examples:
this year when the countywas (a) a person could not dump on a
protesting Thomas E. Per- privately operated but unlicensed
Explorers... ryman dumping garbage which had landfill even with the owner's con-
Are you interested in Emergency ,\? -. "'1 been collected in Clay County Per- sent; (b) a person may not dump
Medicine? Come join Explorer Post .J,.; / I ryman, in defiance of the county attempt hazardous chemical or smelly
460 with Bradford County : to limit the number of loads of substances on private lands- even if
1).W garbage took to the land- the would
Emergency Services. Ferryman owner consents-if to do so
You will be working with doctors, fill, dumped a load of garbage out- create a public hazard or public
... side the gate. The county then charged nuisance, or would violate other
nurses, EMT's, am-
paramedics, \'
with laws.
Perryman improper dump-
bulances and hospital emergencyrooms. b t f ..M. ea r..e The rationale of th Ordiance and of
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Registration. night is set for October .,.r- t ; r t ; r Nh __ _..... ing.Judge Pierce's finding that "priorconsent" FS 403.413, the litter law, is to place
and "public nuisance' are the burden on a person who dumpson
14 at 5 at 812 N. Grand
Street in Starke.p.m. not adequately defined in the or- private property to determine
dinance is untenable, states Judge that the owner of the property con-
Call for further informa-
tion.964-5317 itv. Green in his ruling. Judge Green's sents to the dumping; (2)) that the
mandate overturned the unconstitu- consent of the owner is valid (i.e., in
t r tionality of an improper dumping compliance with law); and ((3)) that
DAY Meetings.. complaint the state filed against the substance that the person seeks

The local chapter of the Disabled I George W. Stewart. to dump does not create a public
American Veterans meets every se- Judge Green overturned the lower nuisance. An examination of the
cond Thursday of the month at the 44 .T .4 court's ruling that the county's gar- authorities reflects no case in which
Pratt Street Recreation Center. t R4 bage control ordinance was unconstitutional the constitutionality of FS 403.413
There is a covered dish supper at il Judge Pierce's ruling has been successfully challenged.
7 p.m. The meeting is at 7:30: p.m. March 28 caused a charge of illegal Likewise, Ordiance 76-2 is constitu-
dumping against Perryman, a tionally sound. Judge Green states.

Gator QB Club... Keystone garbage collector contractor The basis of the case was the
.. .. and Stewart to be dismissed. No unauthorized dumping of out-of-
Speaker: at.the Gator Quarter .. ,. ..- ,decision has been made as to county refuse just outside .
back Club meeting tonight (Thurs- whether charges will be re-instituted of the Bradford County landfill to:
day, Oct. 3) will be UF defensive against Perryman and/or Stewart, spite the landfill attendant's direc-
backfield coach Zavan Yarilan. 'II ,oa.: said Assistant State Attorney David
'.' r'It. )r tions to obtain a dumping permit
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Giant. Attorney Terry Brown, who prior to dumping in the landfill is
Rip O'Steen leads the member- 1 represented Perryman before Judge
conduct that person of normal In-
ship drive with 9 new Gator QB'ers L & 'oi. ', Pierce, says the statute of limita- telligence would know is prohibited.
signed. : .'1> .. tions has run out on the Perryman The Court assumes Appellee
case, and his client is home free. Stewart is such a person.A .

Senior Citizens... Flag Flies in Honor of Vietnam Vets... After they could not prosecute the ordinance.
Perryman case, county commis- new waste control
Come join in the activities of This huge flag 15 by 28 feet, flew in front of the Church of National Guard headquarters in sioners said if they couldn't prosecute was drafted by county Reggie Flynn
your Senior Center: needlework, Bradford County Courthouse all day Tuesday in St.Augustine, Chuck Fink.. president of the Nam the Perryman case they and county sanitarian Darrell
macrame, exercises, bingo, etc. honor of the 1,993 soldiers from Florida, including Vets Inc. based in Gainesville; Merve Griffin the wanted to drop the complaint O'Neal, so the county now has two
, The Center is open Monday nine from this immediate area, who died in Viet Vietnam veteran who earned a Silver Star and who against Stewart. ordinances for garbage and refuse.
t through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m., nam. The flag will be flown over all 67' counties in has been taking the display around the state, Major The Oct. 7 mandate stated the Anyone found in violation of the or-
I and is located behind the new cour- the state and then be flown over the new Vietnam Terry Rieske of the Floria National Guard :based at statutory language, which is copied dinance will be prosecuted under the
: thouse on the corner of Grand and Veterans! memorial constructed in Tallahassee. Camp Blanding. nearly verbatim from Florida's Lit- original Ordinance 76-2 which has
: : Georgia Streets. Contact Peggy Standing in front of the flag are (l-r) MSG Sam See related story on Page 2Ill /\. ter Law, is to require dumping on been tested, according to In-
I 0 Barnett, center director, 964-4545 public lands in containers or areas vestigator Wiley Clark.

; t for more information.

Day Care Openings...

I is The now Community enrolment- Day children Care Center and Governor Suspends Hampton Councihnan Mitzel I

I there is no fee. -

I The center provides care and Hampton Council Member James Mitzel, sworn in Friday as chair- Life' /;& Cargo; Slulion whet e On advice of his attorney, Mitzel council. Curtis lost out by one vote to
early learning skills to prepare; Patrick (Jim) Mitzel has been man of the council, ran the Tuesday he was employed for one day last refuses to discuss details of the Inci- Mitzel in the Sept. 10 election. Five
I children for kindgarten. It is administered suspended indefinitely by Gov. Bob night, Oct. 8, council meeting in a June. dent, which he says occurred at candidates contested for three seatson
t by the Bradford-Union Graham until grand theft chargesare calm and business-like manner thatis Mitzel, in a letter-to-the-editor in about the same time he left his job at the council, with the top three
, Guidance Clinic and is funded and resolved. becoming normal for the city of the Oct. 3 issue of The Telegraph, the service station in June. He said vote-getters being elected. The top
r monitored by the Department of Mitzel, contacted by phone at this Hampton, when new and old council stating he is not a thief after accounts he will plead not guilty to the grand vote-gelters were Bobbi Sheppardwith
I Health and Rehabilitative Services home in Hampton, said a aide in members met in regular session for of his arrest were printed in theft charge when he is arraigned in 65 votes George Werre with 61
t t (HRS). The center accepts children Gov. Bob Graham's office phoned the first time since recent elections. local newspapers. "I'm no thief, court Oct. 21. "I have never stolen votes, and Mitzel with 56 votes. In-
2-5 years of age. It is open Monday- and informed him of the suspensionat Mitzel conducted his first Tuesday never have been, never will be. I anything. I am innocent," he says. cumbent Curtis, who had served in
Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. about 2:30: p.m. Wednesday, Oct. night meeting with ease, guiding the have never broken the law, never "My attorney told me he wouldn't Hampton as chairman for 16 years,
Fees are based on family income 9. Mitzel is charged with grand theftin group through the few items of even had a speeding ticket and that's have taken me as a client if he felt he received 55 votes. Scott Davis,
and size. Alachua County, but is proclaiming business to be discussed. Other new the honest truth," Mitzel said the didn't have a good case," Mitzel another incumbent councilman, got
r For more information, call his innocence. Florida law provides commission members include Bobbi letter-to-the-edilor. 34 votes. About 47 percent of Hampton -
Center Director Debra Johns for the suspension of an Sheppard and George Werre. "I wrote the letters to help my was arrested Sept. 23 and 189 registered voters par-
Parmenter, phone 9646794. elected official until the official Is Holdovers from the previous term credibility in Bradford County' charged with taking money from his ticipated in the election.
acquitted.A are Jane Hall and Delmar William- Mitzel said Tuesday. "I've lost two work place. He turned himself in to
301 Medians... special Hampton council son.Councilman good jobs in Starke and received a Waldo police Sept. 23. Major business covered Tuesday
Plans to landscape the median meeting is set for 7 p.m. today Mitzel, 21, was arrested lot of cold shoulders at a quarter-- The suspension of Mitzel could night was a request for City At-
strips on US-301 are on display at (Thursday, Oct. 10) to fill'1 the vacan- Sept. 23 and with back club meeting over the bad pave the way for the return of torney James Flynn to research the
the Chamber of Commerce office at cy on the council. grand theft for allegedly tang $111 publicity," he said. veteran official Ted Curtis to the extension of city water services

Madison and Walnut Streets in --,-
Chairman Reggie Flynn has says ,
the plans are specific in suggestingthe Mixed Housing Set d w
type of plant to be used and
way in which they will be arrang-

ed.To pay for the improvements, the
committee is selling bumper For N. Starke AreaBoth

slicker and license plates.
"Bradford CountyGrowing More
Beautiful Every Day" and the Old mobile and permanent Crosby: ., suggested that the city re.'
homes will be allowed in an Rl-D :
1902 Courthouse is the inscriptionon quire double-wide mobile homes
car tags and bumper stickers on classification on 56-acres north of with shingled roofs, and include a
sale at the Chamber of Commerce the courthouse and west of US-301 minimum size. His aim. Crosby
office or from members of the north, Starke commissioners decid- said, would be to have the mobile
Highway Beautification Committee ed in an Oct. 1 meeting.The homes look more like permanent
: Reggie Flynn, Beverly McGee, area is north of Georgia housing.In .
Street west of Goodwin Street east
Norman Donn, or Christy erode. ,
They are also on sale at Lawtey of Grand Street, and south of DeSue
Street, and is 600 feet west of US-301.
The Office
Shell Mitchell's
Drugs, Still under consideration by the other Oct. 1 action, city com-
and Chastain's Gift and
Jhop Gallery., council is the placement of restric- missioners:
tions on what type of mobile homes
will be allowed.
Upcoming... The area previously had three Told Charles Cunningham and a
The Bradford School Board will classifications- Rl-C and Rl-A, group of eight black residents that
meet for a workshop at 7 p.m. Mon- which allowed only permanent nothing has been done yet about submitting n+ r S r.

day night, Oct. 14, in the ad- single family residential housing, an applications for federal L. ..
ministration building on N. Temple and RM-1, which allowed only monies to improve blighted areas.. 1-
Ave. in Starke. Topics will include mobile homes. The RI-D classification Cunningham is interested in water'
selection of a board architect for an allows either. and sewer for The Slough, the area 1 1
upcoming walkway building project on either of Grand Street north of the
a school safety survey, and The council passed the Rl-D courthouse. Commissioners Silcox :
discussions of a residency policyfor classification on the area, includedin and Scheafer told Cunningham the c
administrators and of an atten- the motion was Commissioner city's grant application was turned _
students with down last but would apply ..1"I .. ._ ,.
recommendation to they
dance policy on Jimmy Crosby's year, t-: : -"""'-""'" '"'- -
AIDS. look into establishing restrictions on again this year and keep the group
The Starke city commission will the type of mobile home to go In the posted on the progress. Schaefer Semi Hits School Bus, No Serious Injuries... topped Bradford school bus, number 99,was struck In
meet Tuesday Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m: area. Crosby said he has found the said there is reason to believe the city Only minor Injuries to one child resulted from the' the rear by a semI-tractor trailer truck.
in city hall, its regular third Tues- city has authority to establish such will be funded this year for Area 2, Tuesday afternoon accident on US-301 south when a See page 11B for further details.
day meeting restrictions. which is the Grand Street area.

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Page 2/\ ... --- TELEGRAPH.. October 10 II85

r : l Flag Flies in Honor of Soldiers Who Died in Vietnam I

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Our boys who died fighting in Vietnam in Local Nation Guard troops assisted Viet- action.They are: Sp4 James Guy Blackbhcar. The memorial itself consists of two 40 foot
the Iate-l960s are being honored by the State nam veteran Merve Libby in setting up the Cpl Arthur Broxton, Jr., Sgt Arthur 13oyc1Clark concrete columns covered with black granite..
''10 : \V4thajpewly constructed memorial display Tuesday morning, Oct. 8, In front of Pfc Charles Richard Crews, Sn4 The names of those 1,993 Floridians who lost
1 I in Tall sse jTlght across the street from, the Bradford County courthouse Libby has Lawrence Ruthero Kimbler, Marine Cpl: their lives or are listed as missing will be Inscribed -
': he capital. $> JR been with the display since It was in Tampa, Robert Melvin Nail, Cpl Ronald Kills on the inside surfaces, the columns.
I 'bove e;13 by S?:footVfineridan: flag, shown and plans to finish up the tour'around north Newman, Pfc Robert Earl Terrell, and Cupt Suspended between the columns will be the
U fjeing flown over,each of the 67 coun- Florida and be in Tallahassee by Nov 8. A Leon Butler Triest. American flag which has flown over each of
ties bg j; .Vie an1Vetet'ans\ of Florida, Inc. Florida Vietnam Veteran Memorial will be The tour with the flag began Aug; 21 at Ky the 67 counties for 83 days
and then wil )fly over the "new21$487,000 dedicated on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11, in West, and will continue to every county in the Florida's memorial is a tribute to all
memorial in Tallahassee. It is the only Viet- Tallahassee. state over an 83 day period, one day for each ,,Florida veterans and to the people of Florida
a nam veterans memorial in the U.S.to be built 1,993 Florida men died in Vietnam. Nine of of Florida's men to remain ;unaccounted for who have given so much in answer to their
with nnhlio mom,," the- boys from this area, t nro listed.as killed in since the end of the.Vietnam War, country's call.

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I Oualifvinff For ,Lawtev. General. Election Opens Monday oct.14Qualifying I

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opens at noon Monday, police chief, city clerk'and' three'city Police Chief M.M. Jordan, the upcoming vote. Nobody is talking, (Buster) Bennett, Group 5 Coun
Oct. 14, and runs through noon Fri- council positions. Clerk Lucille senior Lawtey official with 24 Jordan says cilman Rosier, a 10-year veteran of
day,Oct. 18, for five elective posts in Shuford has announced she will not of service, says he will run. It years s the Council seats up for grabs are the council,says he has not made his I
Lawtey.Up seek re-election after 12 years in of- quietest election he's ever experienced those of Marvin Rosier, Group 1; mind up yet whether he will seek re-_
for re-election arc the offices of fice. says Chief Jordan of the Robert Scott, Group 2, and Hiram election.

4L W q I Tornado TalkBy

,) Michelle Hall and vote on our Sweetheart. Also, nado Whirl is Oct.31,which is Hallo- ,
we have made a decision on our first ween.
fund raiapr
Foreign Exchange Trip.., If you are interested in being a Before making plans to be a partof
A four week trip to Europe is member of the Drama Club, you are the Homecoming Parade, contact
scheduled during the summer of 1986 welcome to join. Contact Claudine instructor Ted Ramsey, student
for the students of BHS. Students Greenly, vice president, or Miss council advisor,or a Student Council
; will spend the first two weeks living McGrew, sponsor. officer to find out the qualificationsfor i
r'r with the families of hosting studentsin being in the parade.
the community of Erftstadt (near Student Council...
Cologne). The 1985-86 Student Council is: Happy Birthdays...
The last two weeks will be spent Kellie Baldwin, president; Tammy Happy Birthday to my mom. I
touring several European Cities, in- Lynn, vice-president; Deanna think you are the greatest and I love
cluding Paris, Venice, Rome, and Tomlinson, secretary, and Suzanne you!II I Love, Tammy Rhoden.
,. London. Contact Julie Miller or Bob- Dyal, treasurer. These people make
bie O'Brian for information. up the Executive Committee. I would like to wish Robyn
The Student Council is made up of McNelley Happy Birthday, even
.. Seniors... the Executive Committee and the though I'm' four days late. It seems
The representative from Lake Presidents and Senators of the we've been friends forever. There
.. ....... Region Travel will be at the BHS Classes. aren't any words to express how im-
library today (Thursday, Oct. 10)) at The senators are: Tracie Clark, portant our friendship is to me. We
3:45.: If you are interested in the tripto senior class president, and senior may have our bad moments, but Poulct
the Bahamas, please plan to at- senators Patti Browder, Monica remember we'll always be close
.. tend. Maslowski, LaTanya Tyson, and friends. I love you and I hope you
Lynn Bowen. have wonderful years. ahead. Love,
Rattlers Out...! Key Clubbers... Juniors: Stephanie Sams, junior Michelle. Model 2000
Our car wash from Saturday was a class president; Don Thompson
Steven White killed this fal t l big success. We were only able to Greg Wiggins, Deena Cox, and Wanted..GOSSIP!
4V4-foot-long rattle snake in the work for two hours, but our profits Stacey Shuford. If you have any juicy gossip that with 16" bar and chain
parking lot of Orangewood Apart totaled to almost $60. SophomoresJonathon: Rowe you are dying to part with, I'm' willing PLUS extra 12" bar and chain
ments on SR-100 in east Starke last Don't forget to attend the Key Club sophomore class president; JenniWoods to listen I This gossip must be
Friday afternoon. meetings.; They are every Tuesday Ricky Kimutis, Tommy clean, nice, and not lifethreateningto A reg. retail value of $209.99
White, the son of apartment complex evening starting at 6:30: lasting until Jones and Allyson Thompson. those it is about. Of course, if
manager Peggy White, killed 7:13: in Miss Swift's room. If you are Freshmen: Cam Ward, freshmen there are no objections, this will appear Now
the snake, which had six rattles, unable to attend, contact a Key Club class president; Alisha Gruen, in Tornado Talk.
with a shotgun. Officer or Key Club Sponsor Sheryll Sheila Tew, Susan Crawford, and
Rattlers are always active this Swift or Bonita Franklin to find out Susan Peugh. But this doesn't mean I'm looking 149
time of year, getting out to find a what you missed. only for gossip. If you have anything .
place to settle down for winter's ..
a All Organizations. you'd like printed about club,
snoozing. Plus, the high water runs Drama Club... Remember,Homecoming is only a birthday or any type or your personal Exclusive 1 Year Limited Warranty On All Poulan Models See Dealer For Details
them out of low places. We will meet every Monday after few short weeks away. Now's the message, (same thing applies hereas Florida Pest Control Starke Power Equipment
school in the library. The meetingswill time to start planning on voting for does the gossip), it's all welcome.
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sure get by
The art of pleasing .consist last until_ p.m. your Sweetheart and Homecoming
theme is "Tor- Monday. You can give it to me dur- 964-5745 964-8568
ThIs ideas. This
Monday, Oct 14, will be avery year's
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being pleased. important meeting. Thank | I Although ryd.a.rh4b..npr..Mu.ly' notified of thus 06.6 asm individual d..4. may
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'CITY: STARKE :. ''NOTICE''iruOF 10 '. Ii" ',.. .)"...."....." I'


VOTEThe City of Brooker has tentatively adopted a budget for 1985-86. A

public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES

will be held on October 15, 1985 at 8:00: p.m.

The proposed operating budget expenditures of the City of Brooker are

City of Starke, Florida will soon 1.17% more than last year's total operating expenditures.

consider the enactment of a special REVENUES '

assessment against property to finance State Revenue Sharing . . ., '.< i' .""r. .' ', . $31,827.00

Advalorum Taxes . : ; . . 1,515.00
downtown in The of '
redevelopment City .
Occuptional Tax, Beverage. Lie' . .." . 350.00

Starke. The downtown redevelopment Mobile Home Lie. Building Permits .... .. ,."{ .": ... :. -". ". '., . .. 630.00

Fines, Bonds.)1./ < : ,' ; .. . 1,000.00
plan includes funding for offstreet park- ?,
Sanitation Fees . . . >. -. .t.' . . 5,000.00
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ing facilities. Water. Collections . . . .. ,"t': .. . . 14,000.00
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Federal Revenue Sharing . . ,, ./. ", :.". .; . . 1,300.00

Bradford County Recreation Funds .. ., :i j, :1,',,......, ,,, . . 1,200.00

Affected property owners shall have an Bradford ,County Fire Dept. Funds. .. ; ; ','! . 500.00
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the Miscellaneous . .'. . . ';.,1\i \.". 1,500.00
opportunity to vote on redevelopmentplan '

Local Option Gas . '.' . ,. ,', : . 8,750.00

by secret ballot on October 22, 1985, One half Dump Station Keeper t . ,; ,,'. 1,350.00
\ + iI '*' .'t "
at Starke City Hall between the hours of One half cent sales tax .. . . ''.- .- .' <:/ 'r-fI! ', ,"'.. . . 7,260.00

Interest (c/d, m.m. ) . . \-'Jo', .: :" . 4,500.00
7:00: a.m. and' 7:00: Absentee ballots ,.. ,"1.'' V ,
p.m. From Fund Balance I . .' ',, ,' ':,' \tj&. ',''."f"...',, . . 15,000.00

be obtained from the Clerk of ,' : :, .. ', ,,( .
may City .-, M ', f .. > '\\;; ;,: 95682.00
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the of.Starke normal business I 'j' 'fit::((..#' )- i : .
City during .;j.\.lll! +. h I I .
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EXPENDITURES .' -,)?.., ,.. ..,- \ ;:,. .
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Water . ; . .".,1"H' \ Z.':. :."i'"".>. .'r."'. .'". '. .. : $35,548.10
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General Administration .' .-. ,. .-.''. .'. .' ,..,..f I' ,.,! .' : ; 22810.90;

The assessment plat showing the area Streets d Lights ,,. ... '." .-.'. ; .: '. ,.,.J I'! ;':. ., : I" ., . 13,000.00
., ,:'I. ,'lull' ;, :
..t: to be assessed,. the plans and specification Parks and Recreation" ', v.:.1. ...'..,'. .'..,... :. ://1./.,.. ..,,;rf.l" .0''I'. ., . 1,600.00Sanitation

Department :. .". ;. '. '. ..',,', ',; "', '. ,-, 8,680.00
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of the
F'i: ; proposed redevelopmentplan
Fire Department. . ; . .. ., .' ,. ,. ".. j..(. : .' .' 5,838.00

and the'estimate'd cost of the improvements Police Department 1'1 '. ". ., . .' .. . 5,505,00

/ Maintenance . . t. '", .' . ',, . . ,. 2,700.00
j ::,.. are open for inspection by the] "

( public at Starke City Hall. $95,682.00w

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New ,;r 4' Y4q
County Republican Party M

B.C. (Ben) Holtzendorf Jr., left, is the new chairmanof : t:, W1.rS
the Bradford County Republican Party organization.Other b F (a.

new officers'd-T' ))'are: Mrs.:Marty'Barry, vice- Car for Driver's Education...
chairman; Ethel Hall, treasurer, and Ronney Harris,
secretary.The Driver's Education class at Bradford High has a school board $600 per year In lease costs. The school
new officers were selected In a Sept. 19 organizational car in which students can practice driving. board has been leasing Its driver's education cars
meeting In the Western Steer Steak House. Is courtesy of Sheriff Dolph Reddish, right, who because car dealerships no longer provide schools with
of the title of this 1981 Ford LTD from the
changed driver's education school
did. The
Ben and Harriette Holtzendorf cars as they one
ford Republican Club represented the Brad to the school board. Supt. Jim Duncan left, system will still have to lease one or two more cars,
recently by fund raising
attending a
title of the new car as Driver's Ed Instructor
Supt Duncan unless another
gift horse comes along.
dinner for Sen. Paula Hawkins at the Sheraton
looks The
Cunningham on. car will save the

I Brooker CouncilThe _

Brooker City Council learned 27, the council damage from freezing Water Tower Paint and Repair of was charged $1.50 to dispose of a
Tuesday,Oct.8,that it would have to diture of$3,800 for a if they are repeated Orange Park will be inspecting the mattress at the dumping station.
the new budget becausethe chassis to mount this winter. city's tank in the near future, clerk The chairman said he was going to
re-approve city clerk had made a mistake in ment's tanker body items need to be added to Linda Robinson told the council.The check into the situation and find out
advertising it. The truck was found according to Joe Robinson tank is scheduled for a $250 check on what authority the operator was I
A special meeting is set for next at Florida Rock for the project. He listed because it has been in use for about charging people. "
Tuesday, Oct.15, at 8 p.m. to re Lawtey Correctional as an overflow pipe from the five years in Brooker._ "That s going to cause trouble,
certify the budget bill. According to assist in getting the an exhaust pipe for the aux Dump Charges...? said Joe Tolleson.Miscellaneous.
the council, no changes are expectedin According to the engine and a chlorine overflow
"A citizen asked
me today whenwe ... I
the spending authorization. will have to do is from the chlorinator. The coun-
materials to have the that a tentative cost be started charging" to use the The Brooker Arts and Craft Showis
Fire Department News... On Tuesday, the for them so that action Brooker dump, said chairman Carl still on schedule according to Sue
by Tony Stalnaker, be taken at next week's special Edwards. Davis. So far there have been nine
At a special meeting Friday, Sept. on the budget.! According to Edwards, the citizen confirmed entries for exhibitors.

I State Attorneys' I COX APPLIANCES -

The Bradford Office of the State transferred to
Attorney received 45 new individual sion. ;
cases and/or felony defendants for Lee Jay Nugent 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box)
during the month of for uttering a ;
according to In. victim does not 9-6 964-7462 t
vestigator Wiley Clark. restitution made.Alexander ; I WE HAVE MOVED I
Nine of the cases were prison Gordon .
related. rested May 3 for
Informations were filed on 39 prior theft; insufficient D
cases and the office declined to prosecute defendant and case ; 'fia00 WASHER & 'o1./1t; 1' ,
four cases. No action was vie merit. .Qq
taken on two cases. Three guilty Johnny George,
pleas were accepted and eleven 24 for burglary, ; DRYER SALE MONTHLY ,
cases were dismissed. pled no contest to
Fifty-five misdemeanor cases Pamela I. Toohey ( ; Whirlpool Model LA7800XM Washing I
were received in September and the for issuing worthless ; PAYMENTS
Machine e
Speed, Cycle, Super .
office declined to prosecute five tion made.
cases. Nine cases were dismissed; Tommy Crumpton ; Capacity, 18 Ibs., water add &
and no action was taken on six cases. 18 for burglary, ; load, 5 selector.
There were five non-jury trials and guilty to trespass of Matching Dryer Model LE7680XM $ 4 I 13 3 \
14 pleas of guilty were accepted.Two ture, placed on ; per month '
juvenile delinquency petitions restitution, fined $
e' were filed and one case was from victim. '.._ &of Both Only' 799. 24 Month Payment
M dismissed.Two guilty pleas were ac-_{. MI! UHiaaXieorgo FINANCINGAVAILABLE
and 11 cases received non- for burglary, battery; ; Whirlpool Tech Care
judicial action approval.The trespass of occupied
following defendants redeived battery; fined $1. Franchise in Bradford Co.
final dispositon and/or sentence during Joey Faulkner ...-.-
the month of September.Two 1983 for aggravated ;
sworn complaints charging contest to
aggravated assault; cases con- 9, 1984 placed on
solidated. years, pay 7$23702"n I CUT TO
Two charges of issuing worthless $525 and court costs$ ; D
checks; cases transferred to misde- a violation of THE BONE!
meanor division. Faulkner arrested ; _
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John Stapleton arrested May 30( violation Sept.3
for burglary of structure and grand county jail.A .
theft; insufficient evidence as to this sworn complaint Smoked
defendant. cheating; Smoked 9 8
this defendant.
Sharon E. Wade Hampton . . Half or Whole lb.
Aug. 15 for aggravated battery,
child abuse; case transferred to May 24 for ; HAM '
misdemeanor division. tim does not wish to Smoked

Alfonzo Covington arrested July 2 Sworn complaint Half or Whole 59
for aggravated assault case theft; insufficent Neckbones
dismissed, same charges previouslyfiled. ; defendant. .. . lb
Larry Dale Scott 0
Van Harold Prescott arrested for aggravated ;
Aug. 18 for aggravated battery; case secutive merit. Pork Loins

Ib. ];;)
Half or Whale$1.29Ib. .

I Census Bureau to Visit $ 1 2 9

The Census Bureau will visit area cent rate, both .
residents Sept. 16-21 to collect current for the sixth month in s W
employment data, according to The Census .
James Holmes, director of the questions on
Bureau's Atlanta regional office. chronic diseases for Boiled ,Is/
The information will contribute to Disease Control to '
September's national employment immunization drives Ham
picture to be released October 4 by how many people are
the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data common diseases.
collected in July showed the overall only source of
employment rate, which includes on these subjects that $1.69Ib.
military, at 7.1 percent and the to data such as age,
_civilian unemployment at 7.3 per_ poverty status. c

OCTOBER Panasonic C2000 [ I (b Pork Butt

with remote
AATI 2800A Motor
6 ft. dish, 100' of $29 9 CIt.

I Completely Installed .lb. n .

Panasonic C2000 BET ONE FREE
MTI 2800A Motor Drive -
While Supplies Last 10' dish, 100' of oil $129 _:,.tes. *

Amplca RD-10 Receiver Completely Installed $ lb., f
1O Dish, 100* LNA Panasonic C2000 Azar 2 Lbs.Sausage. Carolina Pride
100', of all cables WJJ
.0 with remote 9 Hot
Completely Installed 1195 PS3000 Delux Antenna $12 Dogs I

Regency SR-5000 Receiver 1JO. lNA, 10' ib. .
with remote control la/ of all $
100*INA, 100",of all cables Completely Installed $3 99 f 69
Completely Installed 1395 STS Receiver A I I' Box Pkg.
Ampllca RD-10 Receiver 100* LNB, Janell 10'
6 ft. Fiberglass Dish, 100* LNA 100' of all
100' of all cables Completely Installed '

Completely Installed *99500LAWiITEY ... Fresh Cedar KeyOysters

301 North Uwtey ii FISH & MEAT MARKET

'althoriir.d:Ol.erlbuor $
For F an.onto .ce'"ce BVe.e"e ,

Panasonic- .au'' w0 0411 $6.00 8u

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.t.T"I.IWUU'U October 10. IMSMrs.De7azitfs3ri/ !

auMa : 6raaeDemarls{rat treNational t::E __ --- Lack Leadership Stalled

,. '. 'f0U'll -
OUT Starke's Growth 1890s

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We PQiNirt cc6ov i fi'Pu47L. I I'I wE poiNG1t111N(AR along the railroad south of Call Street, the
Following are excerpts from an article
Jones had erected a roomy and
Ceotlrleio late N.J.
pmt entitled "Ramblin Notes and
I hotel which was great
? Reminiscenses" written for The well-appointed a.

t Telegraph in 1931 by H. E. Lagergren, a hostelries improvement heretofore over the existing.sorry apologies The saloons for
well-remembered and
surveyor frequent' voted out of town, which made
had been
writer and occasional editor of the paper in
and better order.
the early part of the century. He was the for more prosperity

grandfather of retired Starke surveyor The Georgia Southern & Florida

,0 D o 4 4 0 0 0 0 0. M.G. McMillan. Railway was then under construction and
'I''II rr Starke could have had it if less apathy had
However, it benefitted other
been shown.
The writer is an old-timer. Came to
I Starke long before the time when portion parts of the county- helped Hamptonand
birth to New River station
of Street washed
Thompson was away
and Theressa. It
because bed had choked box Sampson City, providedan
Ik TwiRE ARE ow Y va.fHU.DRtM I IM 1HECmS3SO HRS.OEfAZlQ' HAD 10 HELP OUT. a quilt up a outlet for timber, and caused truck
fAo C Science Monitor culvert. He was even here in time to assistat
farms to be started<< around these places.
the birth of The Telegraph in 1879 and

Blessed Are the .Children for They Shall Pay the National DebtA congratulate its founder, Col. W.W. Moore
upon the looks of the first edition. ...-
( 0\1,1.\ .
Our work much of the time has compelled w ,TTk': \. .
new addition to the "poverty Washington long enough to know us to take note of the progress of Starke -

level" this week was the U.S. that the deficit can be reduced on- and Bradford County, and the J tl('
Government, now operating on a ly by enacting appropriate tax in- characteristics of its people. "' \ \\J

hand-to-mouth basis as Congress creases or cutting spending- a Our early settlers who came here, most- :::-::;:)!: II I/' ly from Georgia and South Carolina were I J' l=- '7 r u _' "
writhes and wrangles over the combination of both. President .) Vi- .,
of an independent breed and they have )) ,) -
administration's in spite of his wishful
Reagan requestto Reagan, preserved their independence, often % ;
increase the national debt limit t 1 belief that it can be done with mir- against great odds. The typical Bradford

'to $2,078,000,000,000 from its pre- Tr, o, rors and an ever-increasing (but Countian is of an impulsive nature; he is 0/ I

sent limit of $1,824,000,000,000. In ugb often unrealized) g.n.p. growth, intelligent, generous, courteous, and con- t ru 9h. r rr

the U.S. system of counting, a must also realize this stern reali- siderate in need of; but leaders.he has little initiative and is
; -
trillion is a unit followed by 12
we're a_ 0 ty.The Lack of leadership has been the trouble --
Thank 'goodness '
J, ciphers. 1991 balanced budget proposal with Starke and Bradford County We have f
under the English system f ::::--
not would have at least one had and have now men fitted for leader

i where a trillion is one unit plus 18 doubtful benefit-- for hard- ship, but somehow, they are too modest to
ciphers. Even our computer for re bring their talents into play. That they -"'-
pressed Congressmen --
up would be listened to can be proved by
would doubtless choke on all those
election. could back home
They go abundant examples whenever temporary
zeros. oe and tell their admiring consti- leaders have crawled out of their shells- Starke's
Orange speeded
d $2.078 trillion represents more tuents, "I voted for a balanced the eagerness with which bond issues for growth in IHSO's groves, but got "fro/e: out"in
mile from hereto school buildings, roads, sewers, lights,
than $20 for every budget"almost as good as the 90s.
etc. have been voted
pavement, drainage
the sun, which is estimated at voting for motherhood and apple for, when the necessity for such improvements

93,000,000 miles from Earth. kdeficit pie But who will remember that was advocated in a convincingway A little later the Wannee branch

11991? shows that more could be done, both railroad, from Starke westward, was built
How prophetic was the fortune for our town and the county at large, if our by Starke citizens,but proved to be a white
cookie served at a local Chinese Critics of the meaningless leading men would only assert themselves.The elephant on their hands. They had hoped to

restaurant recently. It told us... balanced budget legislation it make a fortune by draining the Sampson
most potent, and almost the only and rice and other
Swamp planting ,
"Blessed are the children, for might fail to provide the flexibility leadership here has been provided through but the portion of the track passing crops

they shall pay the national debt." needed by Washington in deal- the years by the newspaper. It advocated through the lake swamp was built on flammable -

I Perhaps the cookie should have ing with changing economic circumstances strawberry growing; living at home, the ) peat, which frequently caught fire

said "our children's, children's ; to say nothing of- substituting of improved breed of hogs for from various causes,often consuming long

children." No one has yet com- to zero by setting an annual Heaven forbid- another war. acreage razorbacks; employing; decreasing of county the agents cotton, stretches of track.

puted how much debt there will be reduction scale, achieving a It isn't the current budget male and female, to teach farmers better Once, during a rainy time, a large 'gator
child.A balanced budget by fiscal year process husbandry and their wives better got stuck in a culvert, stopping it up, and
per "broke"the trouble
deficit exceeds these that's housekeeping; the need for better education causing the washing away of several hun-
debt ceiling of that magnitudeis 1991. If the lies in the failure of the White better roads, t/etter sanitation. Its efforts dred yards of rail. A track requiring both
and target levels, as it most certainlywill fire and marine insurance was a poor in-
as financially obscene House to provide the required have not been in vain.A .
the President would be"compellerl" vestment, and the owners were glad to be
ridiculous as the proposal by the leadership, and the failure of Con- of what
to make across-the- striking example our peoplecan able to sell it to the Ambler Lumber Company -
President and some members of gress to have the determination to do when they make up their minds was This firm used the road chiefly for
Congress to enact a law requiringa board reductions in spending, make it work. evidenced in 1917 when the government hauling logs to their sawmills in Jackson-
balanced budget 1991. Using with social security and the urged farmers to do their best to grow food ville. They rebuilt the track through the
by sacred cow Defense Department crops for carrying on the World War. Such swamp, using non-burning sand brought in
what for ? Dollars borrowed -
money exempt of course. By the way, clearing and fencing of land, such work from Alachua County, and set up a
under the $2,078 trillion debt without ceasing by men, women, and railroad shop in Starke. This road gave

'i ceiling, no doubt. what's the annual interest on As a matter of fact, there is no children, was never seen before. Slaves, birth to Ward City, later renamed

$2.078 trillion? Ask your favorite law against submitting a balanced under drivers, could not have done better Brooker, and added transportation
Tw'o Republican senators haveit than these free men and their families. facilities to Sampson, where it crosses the
all figured out, however. Their computer. budget NOW, should anyone so Many farmers said if they worked in sucha G.S.&F.

have been in desire, manner all the time, they would soon be
,;i.J \,bill.would theoretically reduce the Most Congressmen .F rich; but when the spur.lifted,. the old, Early in the '90s a syndicate headed by
4 '" .,., .. 1\\ Dr..J.L;,( askins.and Col"ComerL"Peek,
4 r'H .1.1.r' i i > I- i' leisurely ways resumed,j' .< ',f ,,'
J1" "
ll; V; '? .'1'\1 '1 P.,'...; '7. of Starkboughtuftkleexjpnsivexwamp; \
i :E T T EAR S' Na town in Florida has attained grolvthIDuntil west of;here. This swamp completely surrounds -

the leading men or conditions gave it Crosby and Rowell Lakes, and a

I On The Matter of Parking a start and nursed italong until the leading third lake, Sampson, is skirted by it
: strings could be discarded. Some have had halfway around. To drain the swamp,
Lawtey Resident Opposed wealthy men to spur them on. For instance Sampson River, the outlet of Sampson
1 I what was St. Augustine, the oldest Lake, was canalized for a couple of miles
Utilizing the limited parking spaces in to patronize stores where more parking city in Florida, before the advent of Mr. then another canal was cut to allow Rowell

) the downtown district to obtain max- is readily available.If Package Sewage SystemEditor Flagler? Lake to discharge into Sampson.

imum benefit from all that are merchants and their employees Starke is over 70 years old and still These operations lowered the lake surfaces -
i available will require cooperative effort small. Why? It has had no striking attrac- and of
persist in this practice, it may, become Telegraph: considerably, a large area
tions no capitalist has deigned to look at
from all concerned. ; sawgrass peat was made dry enough for
necessary to resume enforcement of the In my opinion: us yet; no mineral mines exist, and it has cultivation. A rice plantation was started

With the opening of the new off-street two-hour parking limit in the downtown First, I am not against housing in the Ci certainly not been the pet of any transpor- near Sampson City, but was doomed to

parking area in connection with Santa district, which was in effect at one time, ty of Lawtey. Multi-family housing with its tation company. Starke has mighty failure.Cultivation was abandoned and the

Fe Community College Starke Center, but has been abandoned in recent years. own package disposal system,and the rest neighbors on the north and south who have swamp was left to grow up in pine trees.
of life blood but
tried to our
sap economy ;
t,: students 'are being requested to utilize This may cause some slight inconve- of the residents is not what having I a sewage. still we are doing business at the same old This drainage, little by little, caused the
these spaces to the maximum, thereby nience to employers-employees who are disposal system am against.At stand. lowering of the ground water in the soil for

'I leaving all available spaces on Call accustomed to parking in front of their the first of the year when it was dry, The history of the town as an ecomomicunit lands.miles around For, though, greatly the improving elevation the low

Street for use of customers of own or their neighbor's place of water still flowed down the canal that runs can be said to have started in 1890 above sea level is around average 140 feet, the flat

businesses in that area. business, but it would be profitable to through the city (one block north of the when the orange industry was flourishing, contour of the land, and the retentive
the business in the long run. school)). This canal is a carrier of rain- strawberry growing had taken a firm hold, nature of the soil, made run-off and ab
Merchants and their employees in the water and muddy water. At times fish can a bank had been established, and the town sorption of rain water a slow
downtown area also need to reassess Where there are cars there are peo- be caught, but I've learned lately that this had been regularly laid out in blocks. Settlers process.

their parking habits and not leave their ple, and it is good to see signs of renew- canal now considered dead. When water from states north of us had started The developers had predicted that
ed in the downtown district. ran during a dry period it came from the farms and were building homes and Sampson City would someday surpass
all in the activity But
own cars parked day spaces head of the canal, starting at DuPont.At gathering fruit. Starke had more dwellingsthan Starke in growth, but their dreams were
that should be available for their cars also mean that the best use must be it has now, and there were a sash and never realized and Sampson City today is

customers. To do so is to discourage the made of all available parking facilities.It the last hearing of land use change at blinds factory sawmill, !orange packinghouse just a name to be remembered.

very people they depend upon for the is up to each individual to decide what the City Hall in Lawtey, I had questionsand carriage factory, livery biauiea\ ," (To Be Continued)
success of their business, forcing them that best use shall be.CountyAgent's comments to make. I addressed one of race track, and skating rink. On the block
the developers of the Lawtey Apartments,
and when my name was given he labeledme
as a trouble maker. Also at the same
meeting I presented a petition to the City Forestry Bradford; County

Notebook Council with about 40 names on it. These By David W.Norton J
names were people who would be covered _

By Bobby L.Taylor with water when the canal overflows. I Timber Timber Sale Tax Breaks ThreatenedIn
was told by one of the councilmen, "They

Home Garden Strawberries and don't the count",. I've talked with EPA, DER, November, 19b4, the U.S. Treasury break you know how beneficial it is. Please

County. Department proposed to repeal write your U.S. Congress persons( ) and
Even though we have several commercial and manner I described, and apply another twoandahalf is sim- (eliminate) capital gains treatment on Representatives and tell them feel-
conclusion: and your
opinion very
U-pick strawberries in our area, many of our pounds of fertilizer. This time, place the fertilizer My rain living timber. If you have made use of this tax ings about capital gains. If don't know
it doesn't you
gardeners and hobbyists like to grow their own. If in a narrow band about two to six inches ple: water runs when treatment before, you know that capital who they are call at 964-6280 ext. 219
really me ,
you would like to join the latter group, here are deep in the middle of each bed. Also, during the canal dies without themselves notice, nobody at higher ,gains keeps Uncle Sam from gobbling up and I will give you a list of their names and
some tips' that might help make you successful.In first season of strawberry production, include a wants to commit site is being most of your profits from a timber sale.-" addresses.The .
our area, strawberry plants should be set of minor elements in the levels, apartment complex
from now through mid-November. When winter tilfzer._ prepared the City sells water, the apart- For those who can't figure out what I'm Florida Forestry Association,

comes, the cool nights and short days will cause Strawberries should be planted in raised beds, ment renters will be able to use their laughall own talking about, in 1944 timber capital gains American Forestry Association, National
the plants to begin flowering. Flowers formed which are two feet wide and spaced two feet apart. washeteria, and the developers can of (tax treatment for a long-term asset) was Wood Products Association, and many of
after the last killing frost of early spring will The beds should be mounded, so they're six inches the way to the-bank at the the expense with enacted. At this time in American history the forest products companies are having
develop into fruit. high along the edges and about eight inches highin the people who pay through nose Another entire regions were denuded; timber was their voices heard by Congress. Why not
the ten cent utility tax. cut with no thought about how trees would let
Berry production and harvest continue the middle. per Congress hear it from the people.who
throughout the spring. As the weather gets After the beds have been properly'formed, fertilized story). become regenerated. Even though some of benefit mostyou, the landowner.

warmer and the days grow longer, the plants will and very well moistened, cover each with a Go to the Health Department and see this still happens today, the purpose of
stop producing berries and form runners. These sheet of one-and-a-half mil black polyethylene what it takes to put in your own septic capital gains was to encourage landownersto Senior

runners win take root, and become new plants. plastic, the recommended mulch for strawberries tank,just for one house. Now compare this grow and harvest trees. using good forest
However, most home gardeners destroy such in our area.Place soil on the edges of the plastic to with what our City Fathers have allowed to conservation practices.How

plants, and start over again in the fall. hold it in place. Then, cut slits in the plastic where happen to us by permitting the land use to does capital gains tax treatment Citizens...

: Although strawberries can be grown in just the plants are to be inserted. The plants should be be changed to multi-family. work? Under Section 631 of the Internal
",1 about any type Florida soil, they don't do as well set in double rows one on each side of the raised Consider this: Our Federal Government Revenue Code, landowners are allowed to
In peat or muck. Strawberries like a well-drained bed, about six inches from the edges. Space the $25,000 to the City for study of a exclude up to 60%, from income taxes on

I oil,which is moist but not wet.So,sandy soil with plants 12 inches apart in the rows. Be sure that no fewer system. This study waa made and 1 the money they receive from a timber
plepty of organic matter Is best. plants are set directly over the fertilizer band, "no way because of a number of things.. sale. For example, if you sold timber dur-
:.:1 because this can lead to salt burn. This same, agency lends money to a ing any year for $10,000, $6,000 would be
If* Important to plant strawberry
Always start with certified, disease-free plants. developer to' dump"even less treated excluded from income taxes, and the remaining
have themselves under Florida
which conditions -
proven Keep them moist before planting, and plant them wastewater than we could have :with' a $4,000 is taxed as ordinary income -
,varieties such as Dover and Florida Belle.
1I' in moist soil.Set them at the correct depth. Do not Pretty good deal. I'd sayl!
They yield large fruit,and are resistant to a common sewage
=: plant disease called Anthracnose.' Other' cover the crowns and do not leave tops or roots ex has hitched the wagon before
posed. Spread the roots in fan Somebody As I stated previously,the U.S.Treasury
a shape, and pack somewhere will
well adapted to our area are Douglas and
soil firmly around them. With proper the horse, Department has proposed to the Presidentto

and Chandler. maintenance, and a bit of luck, next spring you'll listen. abolish this tax treatment as one meansof Conic; join the activities of your
1 For a ten-by-teh foot strawberry patch, broad- be enjoying fresh strawberries .from your own Wayne E. Massey cutting our national deficit.At this point Senior Center: needlework,
cast about two-and-a-half pounds of 6-8-8 fertilizerand patch. Box 212,Lawtey you may be thinking that eliminating macrame exercises, bingo, ect...
work it into the soil.Then,form the beds in,the capital gains wouldn't do very much to a
I ... The Center is open monaay-
multi-billion dollar deficit, and I would
,; KEEPS SMOKING t I 7 have to agree with you. Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is
THE. PROFITS H located behind the new courthouseon

: FACTS"HE what can you do as a landowner? To the corner of Grand and Georgia

M begin;if you aren't making use of this tax Streets. Contact Peggy Barnett,

r ', ____________ break I would recommend you start center director, 9614-4545, for more
; America, tobacco wa l gal tender In before you lose it. If you do use this tax Information.
('1k' ,gt: ,?,.;.ty,,I"j .'. +'. .. in pie-devolutionary a.v.ral colon-)

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October 10, 1985 TELEGRAPH Page SA

I Jennifer Nix Terry. Vauqhan Marry. Aua. lOin, First Baptist

Jennifer Lee Nix, daughter of soloists and Mrs. Charles Francis, tiny seed pearls with a matching Linda Pfenntnger.
Chaplain and Mrs. B. R. Nix of pianist presented a program of nup- fingertip veil secured by a headpiece The buffet table was covered witha
Starke and Terry Layne Vaughan of tial music. decorated with seed pearl and ems white linen cloth and held an
Starke, formerly of Tallahassee,son Mr. Vaughan attended his son as broidered Schiffli l lace. The gown assortment of party snacks and hors
of Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Vaughan of best man. Ushers were Stanley featured a Queen Ann neck, bishop d'ouvers. The punch tables were
Tallahassee were united in mar- Vaughan, Eric Dukes, Steve Dunn sleeves and from the fitted waistlinethe centered with punch bowls encircled
riage Saturday, Aug 10 at 4 pm.ln and Arthur Nix. skirt flowed into a chapel train. with greenery and florets. Assistingin
the First Baptist Church, Starke Sheila Nix of Long Beach, Cal. at- She carried a free style cascade of serving were Mrs. Carolyn
with Chaplain Norman Redding and tended her sister as maid of honor. white roses, stephenotis and fresh Taylor, Mrs. Allen Pratt, Mrs. Jim
the bride s father Chaplain B.R. Nix Attendants were Miss Pam Pratt, greens.A Duncan, Mrs. Patsy Lawson, Mrs. 9, d
performing the nuptials. Miss Donna Tyler, Mrs. Julia Nix reception was held in the church Lavern Outlaw,Mrs.Louie Jimenez, S
and Mrs.Joy Johnson.They were at- Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Virginia Mrs. David Aderholt, Miss Kelly
Centering the altar was a surburst tired alike in long teale green taffeta Darby greeted the guests at the door Carver and Mrs. Sonny Tenly.
arrangement of white and pink gowns. The dresses featured a and Mrs. Tina Bassett kept the
gladiolus, gerbera daisies, carna- ,sweetheart neckline accented with a bride's book. Following a wedding trip to the
tions and poms. In the choir loft was small ruffle and with a low scooped The bride's table was covered witha Smoky Mountains in North Carolinathe
an arch of light candelabras with back, puffed sleeves to the elbows Army/navy cloth over a floor couple is residing at 791 W.Pratt
burning tapers. Flanked on either and fitted waist. They carried European length satin cloth. street.
side of the altar were two tree styled bouquets of Sonja The tiered wedding cake was top-
candelabras with tapers. Palms gerberas, miniature carnations and ped with miniature carnations and The bride is a graduate of Brad-
were used throughout the setting. baby's breath. baby's breath.Cutting the cake were ford High School and is attending the
The bride and groom used a kneeling The bride, given in marriage by Mrs. R.M. Autry and Mrs. Norman University of North Florida. The
bench decorated with bows. her father wore a traditional gown of Redding. groom is a graduate of Florida State
Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist, Mrs. silk organza and Venice lace with Cutting the groom's cake were University and is general managerof
Bob Milner and Mr. Pat Crawford, accents of Schiffli l embroidery and Mrs. Dewey McKinney and Mrs. WPXE radio station. r

I Becky Giddens and Bradley l Stevens Wed Sept. 14 at HomeBecky

Giddens, daughter of Mr. served as best man. full sleeves ended with pearl- foods were served on silver trays. [::11
and Mrs. Marion A. Payne of Starke, Nicole Giddens served as her buttoned cuffs. She wore a mauve Cutting the cake was Mrs. ThomasL. f.
and Bradley W. Stevens, son of Mr. mother's only attendant.She was at- colored cymbibium orchid corsage.A Casey, Jr., and the punch was e
and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens of tired in a floor length, dusty rose reception was held immediately served by Miss Jennifer Haas. .
acetate silk dress with a lace bodice Mrs. Hobbs directed the .
Kalamazoo, Mich., were united in following the ceremony. Party Johnny 1 '
marriage on Saturday, Sept. 14, at and ruffled neckline and capelet rooms were highlighted with potted wedding and others assisting were
2:30: p.m. at the home of the bride's sleeves. She wore a wreath of pink plants and hanging baskets of Nancy Payne, Jana Godwin and xr "
parents on Bessent Road. Judge and.dusty rose silk flowers and car- greenery. Mrs. Wade Winkler. J --J
George Pierce performed the nup- ried a bouquet of the same flowers The refreshment table was Among the out-of-town guests w
with pink ribbon cascades. covered with a white, cutwork, linen were the bride's grandmother, Mrs. ,
tials.White and lavender potted cloth, and centered with an arrange- Rosalie Crutchfield of St. Augustine i ,
chrysanthemums were used as focal The bride, given in marriage by ment of silk flowers in pastel colors and the parents of the groom, Mr. i i'm. r
decorations and the fireplace mantelwas her father, wore a street-length flanked by a silver candelabra.The and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens of "
enhanced with fresh greenery dress of ivory chiffon, with a two-tiered wedding cake, Kalamazoo, Mich. t :
interspersed with white, pink and pointed, side embroidered peplum. decorated with pink roses, was on Following a brief wedding trip,the .&: ..j','
yellow carnations and mums. The neckline was enhanced by a one end of the table with a silver couple is residing on Lake Geneva, Mr. and Mrs.Terry VaughanXODU 1
Richard Neuhaus of Gainesville single strand of pearls and the long: punch bowl on the other. Finger- Keystone Heights. "

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ft Notices
Shirley S. Johns, Lottie Faye Sumner OJ tfieNews Church Items 'tERIOhC8

Roy W. Stone Robert JeffersTo \

Marry Oct. 4 Miss Wed Cathy Oct.Sumner 18 announces the Weddings'Receptions fi i.t"i CUSTOMDraperies i \, \

Shirley S. Johns and Roy W. Stone engagement and approaching mar- r ,
were united in marriage Oct.4 at the riage of her mother, Lettie Faye Gladys Mooty Parties Vertical Blinds ;
home of the bride's brother, EugeneF. Sumner, to Robert Jerome Jeffers. 9647608ALVAREZ .a
Shaw who officiated at the The wedding will take place on Balloon Shades Mini Blinds)
ceremony in the presence of Immediate Friday, Oct. 18, 8 p.m. at the Starke
family and friends. Recreation Center. Roman Shades Bedspreads
The bride was attended by Mrs. ///f
Eugene F. Shaw and the groom's Martha Struth Honored PLUMBING
best man was Clay Smith of Man-
darin.A With LuncheonMiss
reception was also held at the
Martha Struth, whose mar-
Shaw home the
following ceremony. riage to Doug Johns, Jr. will be an 196452191Complete
Out-of-town guests were: Steven event of Oct. 11, was honored at abridesmaid's
Stone, Patricia Stone and daughter.
luncheon Saturday in
Tiffany of Jacksonville, Mr. and the party dining room at the Chicken Plumbing Service ; Coordinate your home or office.
Mrs. Maxwell of
George Orange
Factory given by Mrs. H.H. Adams,
Park, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis of Mrs. O.L.Haynes, Mrs. George \ QUALITY CAN COST LESS! i
Fort Myers, Dr. James Poston, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Myldred Cuttino, Mrs. Sewer Cleaning '
Dorothy McDonnell and Mr. and Iris Ritch, Mrs. J.W.Ritch and Mrs. 'I ||, Building, remodeling or decorating If
'..' Mrs,Ri A. Johnsof, .- Charles n Water \ '
residing Darby.' It. I | CALL FOR HELP! !>
'at l0ft /
The are
Kingsley couple Lake.Women table Guests where were seated the head at U-shaped table was ,K' All Plumbing Fixtures 1\\, CZ) 1 $%l

centered with an arrangement of fall \ >i.; ." :", I i5 Commercial G' a",
silk flowers and arrangements of r ." !' + Industrial Interior Decorating Made Easy II I
of St.MarksTo fresh fall flowers were centered on For Shop at Home Convenience

Meet Oct. 16 the marked side the tables.seating Ceramic arrangement place cards for (. :;. ,J ; Residential i Call: Donna Gruen 964-7714 StarkeCall

The Women of St.Mark's will meetin the 20 guests. for a no obligation appointment
the Parish House on Wednesday. The hostesses presented the Owen Alvarez Owner
Oct. 16, at 11 a.m. honoree with a plate and cup and ,
saucer to her chosen china patternas
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dants with a strand of pearls..

The family of the late Oliver and DuPont's 25 Year
Sarah Brown will hold their annual Group Meeting Set h
family reunion Sunday, Oct. 13, H
beginning at 1:30: p.m.at the home of The annual meeting of DuPont's 25
Carl and Ida Lee Brown, behind Year Group will be held on Friday,
Bethel Baptist Church on SR230A.All November 8 at 6 p.m. '
members are encouraged to at- Letters will be mailed soon to In- 5Ji# tecota\\nns GALORE!
tend. dicate location and more Informa- ,0

Geraldine Thompson, tion. ; PenS Come to Hallmark your Halloween store for fun

John B. Sapp Homemakers Club / treats the kids will love!

Wed Sept. 28 To Meet Oct. 13 g n 0 CaTISH

The Bradford County .
The wedding of Geraldine G. Homemakers Club will meet Oct. 10
Thompson of Highland and John B. at 10 a.m. at the Agriculture
Sapp of Starke was held on Satur- Building on 301 North.
day, Sept. 28, in Folkston, Ga. Diann Douglas, Extension Agent;
The couplo reside at Mr. Sapp's will present the program. Anyone in-
home on Morgan Road.Church terested is invited to attend.


News r-:

Keith Jones Ordained Homecoming Oct. 20 T1

At Grace Baptist Church At Lawtey Methodist!

The Grace United Methodist :
Keith Jones was ordained as a Church of Lawtey will celebrate its
deacon Sunday night Oct. 6, by 96th Anniversary at its Annual fr
and deacon Ran-
: pastor Don Scheetz Homecoming on Oct. 20.
dy Crews at Grace Baptist Church.
Dr. Harold Buell, former District
After the service a reception Hall where was Superintendent, will bring the morn- : I
held in the Fellowship ing message at 11 a.m. Dinner on the
good food was served and fellowship grounds will follow the service.
enjoyed. All members, former ,membersand
friends are invited to attend.

Revival Set At 1

Madison St. Baptist Hope Baptist Church:

Church Revival Oct. 13.16 .

..*! week of October 28 through Revival/Crusade Services will be
November 3, a revival will be held at conducted October 13-16 at Hope lI2Price
uladison St. Baptist Church. Baptist Church on Hwy 100, 8 miles ,
Evangelist Tommy Phelps will be south of Starke and S miles north. of '
teaching the services starting at 7:30: Keystone Heights. t
p.m. nightly. Tommy Phelps! 'Is aformer Evangelist Ben'Peacock will be THE Sale on Gifts_ b
wrestler known as Nature preaching God's Words of Life. His A
Boy". He has since become an wife Helen Peacock,will be sharing ;: OFFICE :
Evangelist. God's Word through songs that will Selection of
Everyone is invited to come andtake bless your heart. F' SHOP Large
part in an exciting week. Services will be nightly Sunday tttWCaIISr. 1/2 Pricet
Coffee -
through Wednesday, Oct. 13-16.
Child care for birth through 3 yearsof 964.5764 ,,, ,
Brooker BaptistHomecoming age will be provided nightly. tr Slark ,Flo, '''
Oct. 13
Brooker Baptist Church of Classified Ads' .
Brooker will have its annual
Homecoming this Sunday, Oct. 13. Get ResultsSee
There will be dinner on the
grounds. Former members, pastors
and friends are invited. Page 8

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Lawtey School lews.1 -

\ AtfMOUNCING ,Did You KnowMr. I.,", "
FOURTH GRADE 1st place:
FOURTH GRADE: 1st place: Juchniequicz. 'I.
Lawtey Elementary Shane Seeley Honorable Glen Clara Jenkins; Honorable Mention:
; Mention: FIFTH GRADE: 1st place: Blom.
j and Mrs. B. J. Eggers visited Has Arts/Crafts Show Raymond Durban and Peter Wilkerson; Honorable Mention: Jeffrey Michael Wilkerson and Amy
1st Teresa
GRADE place:
Mr. and Mrs. David Byers in '" Pilcher and Heather Sapp. FIFTH :
Dustin GrufoMr.
Rodney Lawtey Elementary' held their 2nd Juchniequicz; Honorable Mention:
Griffls Jacksonville on Sunday. SIXTH GRADE:1st place: Stacy
and Mrs. Rodney an-
Annual Art Show on October 4-8. Mandy Box] and Gerald Clark.
nounce the birth of a son, Dustin On Oct. 4, Mrs. Myrna Lou Hurst Lunch Menus McCauIley. SIXTH GRADE: 1st place:
Rev. Ballard Wilson attended a SEVENTH GRADE: 1st place:
in AlachuaGeneral
born Oct. 5
Rodney school for Practical Christianity inPawlingN.Y.Wednesday and Mrs. Burney Winkler from the Oct. 14.Oet.18 Eddie Cadle Honorable Mention: Maryam Jenkins; Honorable Men-
Hospital. He Joins a sister, ;
to Sunday. District Office staff and Ms. Carole Bradford Elem.&Middle School Nathan Blom. tion: Wannis. Walker and Dale Arnold
Amanda, age 6. Hardin of Bradford Middle School NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH .
, Maternal grandparents are Mr. acted as judges and declared the 1st SEVENTH GRADE: 1st place:
, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Jr Monday: WESTERN MENU: Western vchlll.Tundiyi Watercolor
and Mrs. Tenly great
" Sonny and granddaughter Lindsay Thorn place and 2 honorable mention win- tossed.alad,Bunny fruit,cornbread,peanut but Alena Jenkins; Honorable Mention:
grandmothers are Mrs. Virginia ; : ners from each class and in the ter cookie&milk KINDERGARTEN: 1st place: Letesha Hankerson and Deena
Shannon and Mrs. Louise Tenly, aU ton attended the Fierce-Robinson following categories: Crafts MIDWESTERN MENU: Hamburger Lectisha Kiser; Honorable Mention:
of Starke. Paternal grandparentsare wedding in Cleveland Tenn. on deluxe buttered country corn, vegetable Wendy Eunice and Antonio (Tony)
Crayon, Sculpture, Woodwork
relishes (
Saturday and spending this weeksightseeing lettuce), golden fruit
of Plckle\ '
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Watercolor and Miscellaneous. cup, \er.milk. Duhart Miscellaneous
Starke. in the Smoky Moun- CraftsKINDERGARTEN WediKHiay: SOUTHERN MENU: Barbecued SECOND GRADE: 1st place:
GRADE 1st place:
tains. chicken amaoned green beans chilled fruit, Dwayne Wilkinson; Honorable Men- FOURTH :
: 1st place: iweet potato pie,biscuits honey,milk tion Terrie Hunter and Darrell Heidi Sapp.
WUUam Parker Sexton Mrs. E. C.. Dukes has had as Azeta Ranjbar. Thursday: EASTERN MENU: Cuban sandwich, SIXTH GRADE: Honorable Mention -
SECOND GRADE 1st french frlea cabbage carrot claw savory fruit, Harvey. .
Mrs. A. M. Thomasof : place: milk. THIRD GRADE: 1st place: Kelli : Gary Norman.All
Mr. and Mrs. William Glenn Sexy Palmetto week; Mrs. Vera Christine Ranjbar; Honorable Men- Friday:BRADFORD CO.MENU: Pizza,garden King Honorable Mention: Melanie
ton, Jr. of Selma, Ala. announce the Smith of Fairbanks on Sunday and tion: Michael Hardee and Sandra paled,grapes,strawberry shortcake,milk O'Steen; and Clarence Smith. the classes participated with at
birth of a son, William Parker, born Mr. and Mrs. Truby Hodge of Crews. least,one item in a category. Some
r; Oct. 4.Maternal. Jacksonville on Monday.Mr. THIRD GRADE: 1st place: Kelli students won awards in more than
grandparents are Mr. King: Honorable Mention: Monica Bradford High School SHARP VCR's one category. Everyone did a ter

and Mrs. ,George A. Canova of and Mrs. Gerald Baillie of Traylor and Dardie Bolin. I $279 plus tax rific job and made this year's Art
Kingsley Lake. Great grandparents Ocala were Tuesday of last week FOURTH GRADE: 1st place: NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCII I Cash & Carry Show an outstanding success.If .
f are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early.Mr. Shannon Edwards. tossed Monday WESTERN MENU: Western chill.! you would like to see the winning
Mrs. L.A. Canova of Starke. FIFTH GRADE: 1st place: Tonya peanut butter green cookie salad sunny milk. fruit, c HOME items, they will be on display at the

Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown and Tatum; Honorable Mention: Taisie Tuesday! MIDWESTERN MENU: Hamburger ENTERTAINMENTCONCEPTS Western Steer Steak House, (thanksto
and Mrs. William Glenn Sexton, Sr. family of Fayetteville, Ga. spent the Ed-Souessi and Okeima Lee. deluxe, buttered country. corn, vegetable Mr. Harry Hatcher) from Oct, 11
of Selma, Ala. and great grand- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George SIXTH GRADE: 1st place: Stacy relishes cup apple(pickle cobbler tomato,milk. lettuce), golden fruit Bradford Square to Oct. 18 and also at the District
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Murrow 'w. Brown. Enroute home Mrs. McCaulley; Honorable Mention: An- Wednesday: SOUTHERN MENU: Barbecued School Board office.
Chance of Selma and Mr. and Mrs. Brown stopped off in Brunswick,Ga. na Ranjbar and Joey Shuford. chicken, seasoned green beans chilled fruit, 964-6946
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Arthur. G. Sexton of Montgomery, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. SEVENTH GRADE: 1st place: sweet Thursday potato EASTERN pie,biscuits MENU honey Cuban milk. a. - '11 -
: sandwich,
Ala. Clarence Dawley where Mr. Dawleyis Marla Scott, french fries,cabbage carrot slaw,savory fruit ;O-
seriously ill. milk n------- '$
Friday CO.MENU: Pizza garden '
salad, Style Shop
grapes strawberry shortcake milk
i"a,f Prlc.Sal. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carver attended : 1st place: I .
'v. On Selection! the Florida State Asphalt conven- Trapper Allen; Honorable Mention: ALA-CARTE mm Happily announce the addition of C 77,':zBonnie ;/ '

... '. Of Gifts tion in Jacksonville Friday and Shauneria McQueen and :
Saturday.Mrs. Christopher Cox. MondayPtzza corndogs french fries, orange .Landry to their Staff
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The Office Shop juice milkshakes
FIRST GRADE: 1st place: Beth C
f. 110 W. Call St. L. H. Gibson has returned Slater; Honorable Mention: Marla french TuesdsyCheeseburgers fries,milkshakes orange chicken juice.nuggets 964-5030 / j (PJ
'Stork 964-5764 from two weeks visit with friends Dickens and Sarah Bennett. WedneidayHamburgers french fries, pizza Mon.-Saf. 8:00.: 5:30 -" \
and relatives in Missouri and Illinois SECOND GRADE: 1st place: Cur- orange juice, milkshakes CLOSED WEDNESDAY
ThursdayFlstt nuggets french fries, ham
and sight seeing. tis White; Honorable Mention: burgers milkshakes orange juice. I Thursday Night by Appointment
Christopher Smith and Melissa Friday:Pizza, french fries, cheeseburgers, I -
CBM Bible Club Kathryn Struth received her Bailey. orange juice, milkshakes r' -
15T-B Edwards Road
Meets Oct. 15.17 Bachelor of Arts in Education THIRD GRADE: 1st place: Jack 'Each salad day bar students or they have may a purchase choice of a-a la hot-carte.lunchor .I - __ u___ Itllttltls -
degree from Florida Atlantic Lemond; Honorable Mention:
First graders and up are invited to University in Boca Raton on Aug. 9 Jessica Hart and Tessa Coyle. -
join one of the two CBM Bible Clubs with a 3.67 grade point average. Her FOURTH GRADE: 1st place:

In the area to begin, SOUTHSIDE sister, Victoria Struth Case of Lake Heidi Sapp; Honorable Mention: ., on Bronzed Baby Shoes
ELEMENTARY School on Tuesday, City received her Master's degree In Shane Seeley and Audrey Massey. SA' 'E OOl
Oct. 15 and at STARKE ELEMEN- reading and language arts from FSU FIFTH GRADE: 1st place: Glen L. Q for Christmas
TARY on Thursday, Oct 17. having a 4.0 grade point average, Wilkerson; Honorable Mention:
They are held for one hour after and Alicia
this past summer. Stephanie Traylor
school in the mobile Children's Clemons. 18 DAYS ONLY-SALE ENDS OCT. 31

it Chapel parked on the school grounds Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber and SIXTH GRADE: 1st place: r
each week through March. Mrs. Herbert Thomas were in Cocoa Melissa Salmon; Honorable Men-
i 5 Beautiful Styles In 8 Gorgeous
I Good times are planned including Beach Monday through Thursday to tion: Evelyn Hudson and Michelle 4a>a ,. Finishes on Sale FOR CHRISTMAS
l singing, Bible lessons on the story attend the Florida Division.U.D.C. Harbour. r\ GIVING.
Now Is the time to save on
projects board, awards PLUS MAILBOX, prizes, LESSON convention held in the Holiday Inn. SEVENTH GRADE: 1st place: M" bronzing baby's precious shoes. With
Robert Nichols; Honorable Men- A%L'
every adorable scuff and crease
to earn. SUMMER' CAMP for half Duplicate Bridge Club results for tion: Sherry Crum, Carmen Barber 1 preserved forever In solid metal .
price.Each Oct. 1 were: first Mr. and Mrs. and Serena Adams. N they make priceless gifts for
clubber MUST bring a per-
Jack Burnette second Idn Shaw < .
; your family to cherish
mission slip signed by parent or
and Evelyn Griffin third Marjorie Sculpture
available at ; through the years
guardian. Slips are
school office.Seating capacity of the Thomson and Lucile Green. SECOND GRADE: 1st place:
,+ Style: NOWUnmounted
is 35 the first 35 turn- Charlie Crews.
Chapel ,so slips
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair had as guestsfor Shoe
THIRD GRADE: 1st place: Jamie ONLY
ed office will have The '
in to .
prionty. a long weekend at Hilton Head, Chamberlain; Honorable Mention: ;, \.+ Bright BronzeS
club is sponsored CBM, Inc.; a Rag. $1650
S.C. recently Mrs. D. Rutledge of
Dewey Doughtery.
non-denominational in the
for 30 program. Kingsley Lake,Mrs.Len Astrauskasof FOURTH GRADE: 1st place; $1320
area over years.
Charleston, S.C. and Mrs. T. G. Clara Jenkins.
All those needing 'rides home'
should be picked up PROMPTLY by Ritch of Orange Park. FIFTH GRADE: 1st place: Nicky d

For Information call P-adley, Mike Norman, John
3:20 more
4734782. Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott of Carter, Jeffrey Pilcher and James
Eugene, Ore. are Wednesday to Friday Wilkinson. Honorable
guests of her cousin, Mrs. Karla Felton and RaymoAd.., .., ,,.i. : .f ar.n,
Bethel BaptistHomecoming Gladys Mooty. The two cousins McDade.
Oct. 13 hadn t seen each other in 50 years. SIXTH GRADE: 1st place: Sharon

Konkel; Honorable Mention: I
Bethel Baptist Church, Rd. 230A, Maryam Jenkins and Shauntel
Starke, will have a homecoming on Pvt. D.B. Duffy Houston.
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October 13 with dinner on the Finishes Course SEVENTH GRADE: 1st place: Bright Bronze 1 Shoe, Bright Bronze Bright Bronze Style Bright 50 Bookends Bronze
grounds after the service. Alma Jenkins; Honorable Mention: Reg. $6295 Reg. $269 Reg. $54.95 Reg.$56.95
Special singers will include W. B. Army National Guard Private Letesha Hankerson.

McKlnney, the Missionary Quartet, Daniel B. Duffy, son of Martian L. NOW 5038 NOW 2158 NOW '43M NOW 45"
and the special preacher will be and Judy R. Duffy of Starke, has
Brother Layman. graduated from the Army quarter Woodwork PRICES LISTED ARE FOR BRIGHT BRONZE. Big Savings on Sale Style In Antique Bronze
"Pewter", Silver, Gold and
Everyone is welcome to be a partof master and chemical equipment SECOND GRADE: Honorable,, Porcelalnlzed.
this special event. repair course, a seven-week training Mention: Michael King. HAVE BABY'S NAME, BIRTHRATE ENGRAVED...ONLY 25C PER LETTER.

program at Aberdeen Proving THIRD GRADE: 1st place: Justin

Ground, Me. Redding; Honorable Mention:': 18 DAYS ONLY
St. Edward's News The student was taught how to Monica Traylor and Chad Boat-

maintain small engines, laundry wright. SALE ENDS OCTOBER 31
Father Chrlitenson HonoredOn units, stoves, heaters and chemical FOURTH GRADE: Honorable IN NOW!

Sunday, Sept. 29, the St. Ed- equipment.He Mention: Renard Hudson.
ward's Altar Society' sponsored a is a 1985 graduate of Bradford FIFTH GRADE: Honorable Men-.
covered dish dinner in the parish High School. tion: Stephanie Traylor.
hall honoring Father Bill SIXTH GRADE: 1st place: Metina

Christensen, a former parishioner. Smith; Honorable Mention: Gary, ) S

welcomed Father Joseph guests present Finlay, and Pastor extended Altar Society Meets Norman and Stephen Hardee. 11u&TAW .

good wishes to Father St. Edward's Altar Society held a Pencil Mon-Fri. : Sat. 9.2.

Christensen. meeting Tuesday night,Oct. 1,at the FIRST GRADE: 1st place: 9-5:30 JJL jewelry C&Gift
Father Bill, who is a missionary home of Dolores Meng on Hampton Dominic Barber; Honorable Men- Gallery' inc.
priest with the Marlanist Order, is Lake. tion: Yvonne Wilson.
working in India. He will be return- Jan Powell has altar care during THIRD GRADE: 1st place: Greg
ing there soon and told of the social October. Johnson; Honorable Mention: Eddie 104 W. Call St.

work he is doing in the Bangladesharea. Mrs. Elois Jones, president, Norman and Justin Redding.
Starke Florida
This involves helping the presided at the meeting. She and ,
poverty stricken people find meansto Betty Dazinski, vice president,
survive. reported on the Gainesville Deanery
Mrs. Elois Jones, Altar Society Board Meeting they attended recently I
president, thanked Father Bill for at Holy Faith Parish.
attending the reception. She Plans were made for the annual MONDAY
presented him with a monetary St. Edward's Parish Bazaar to be CRAB :
token of appreciation from the socie- held on Friday, Nov. 1 in the parish ,STUFFED TUESDAY

ty.Mrs. hall. The day will begin with coffee
.Johanna Christensen Father and doughnuts at 7 a.m. The lunch DAY SPECIAL
Bill's mother, was congratulated i on and dinner will feature baked ham,
the recent celebration of her 75th potato salad, baked beans, cole D NNER Piece
birthday. slaw, rolls, beverages and dessert.'
Refreshment and food tables were' Arts and craft items will be I. Fish Dinner

covered with yellow cloths. Bou- available as well as a variety of bak
quets of fresh roses and autumnal ed goods. Also of interest will be a
arrangements decorated the tables. white elephant booth. $1.99and
Father Bill and Father Finlay were Among items to be given away area Delicious crab meat
joined at the head table Altar doll
by large hand-crocheted a
Society officersMrs.. Jones, Vice custom made doll house, $100 cash, stuffing inside '' a -','. >. ffltS vSTUFFED S Dinner includes: 2 golden-

President Betty Dazinski and two 12-pound turkeys. ; brown fish fillets,'naturakut
Treasurer Sophie Kimutis. Members were invited to-attend natural crab shells, i rs 's french fries, fresh cole slaw 2naturalcut
Among those assisting the officers the Fall Meeting of the Gainesville + Q ,
in making dinner preparations were Deanery to be held in Lake City on french 4 r,1 Southern-style hush puppies

Mrs. Therese Aston and Mrs Oct. 17. fries fresh cole slaw :,., t
Dorothy Rife. A monetary baby shower gift was ( :

organized to be sent to a former Southern-style = SUNDAYPuppies.
'/. Price SalOn parishioner, Mrs. Debbie Weimer, \

Selection ,now living in Lonaconing, Md. & WEDNESDAY
Of Gifts: Mrs. Nina Fowler was the lucky 1
Th. winner of the raffle prize. ALL DAY
Offlc.Shop During the social hour those hayIng ..
no w. Call St. October birthdays were <' ? afCd/fLaesloaa4e. ,. .
Stark.57" honored: Viola Lefebvre, Peggy $3 69 ,> AILYOU.CAN.EATCountryStyle. !
I Shaller and Patti Meng. Betty and .
Lt. LM. Hersey Mike Dazinski were saluted for the .

Receives Army Wings observance of their 38th wedding an-
niversary on Oct. 4. Fish Dinner
Second Lt. Lewis M. Hersey, son Refreshments of birthday cake, STUFFED CRAB & S CRAB &
of Clyde D. and Helen A. Hersey of pumpkin pie, nuts, mints and punch
Starke, has completed, an officer were served by the hostesses, Ruth SHRIMP DINNER $3.99 FISH DINNER $3.39Captain $3.29
rotary'' wing aviator course and Meng and SallyejScoggins.'SHARP! .
received the silver wings of an Army
aviator at the U.S. Army Aviation VCR Specially breaded, country style

School, Fort Rucker Ala. $279 plus tax< fish/fillets, natiirakut french

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Baker vs. Bradford Biggest; District Test ":

Another tough test for Bradford Baker has just as much speed, but than anything we've faced, has The Tornadoes have some bumps
footballers is coming to Starke not as much quickness as Inverness, great strength says Hurse. and bruises after the tough In-
: tomorrow night (Friday Oct. 11) Coach David Hurse says. Belford is the mainstay of the 5-4 verness game, but everybody shouldbe
when old nemesis Baker High visits Wingbacks Leo Jefferson, 6-3,200, Wildcat defense, the same as the ready to play tomorrow night.It .
for an 8 p.m. game. 12, and Garry Mobley, 5-11, 170, 12, Tornadoes ran until two years ago will be the biggest game of the
Both teams are 4-0. are the main Baker runners and when Bradford High switched to its season for the Tornadoes, who will
r It's a crucial district game for the have size and good speed. current 4-4 defense. Baker has a be in the driver's seat for the district
n Tornadoes, who have not beaten Wildcat quarterback Danny small but cat-quick middle guard in crown if they can beat Baker,pointsout
Baker in the past three years. Brad- Jones, number 11, 5-11,180,12, is in Tony Norman, no. 14, 5-6, 125, 12. Coach Mike Sexton. "Of course,
ford lost 12-3 last year, unable to his third year and can throw the foot- Tackle Mathew Romero, no. 70, 5-10, it's Macclenny," said Coach Sexton
sw kt score although driving the football ball. Favorite receiver is split end 175, 12; DE Jason Rhoden, no. 81, when asked if the Tornadoes can get
down close several times. Bradfordlast Reggie Smith, no. 23, 5514512. QB 6-1, 175, 12, and DE Wayne Braddy. up two weeks straight.
won 3-0 three years ago on a Jones drops back and sprints out, is no. 81,6-0,155,12 are listed as solidperformers Coach Hurse and his staff have
Jot David Francis field goal. Worst right handed, and throws both by Bradford scouts. seen movies of all four Baker
; ) licking Baker put on the Tornadoeswas medium and long. Baker linebackers are Danny games, and scouted the Wildcats
21-7 two years ago. Baker uses the same double Sigers, no. 50, 8-0, 175, 12, and Richie three times."I .
i BUS is in the middle of three tough wingback offensive formation as Tharpe, no. 55, 5-10, 195, 11, have don't think we'll have any trou-
i contests: Inverness, Macclenny, Fernandina and West Nassau, but good size, are aggressive, and solid ble getting up for this one, says
1. and North Marlon. Macclenny does a much better job of performers. Sigers is the offensive Coach Hurse.
u tr S Baker is as tough a football teamas running it, points out Coach Mike center Tharpe plays offensive The win over Inverness earned
,1 Inverness, Bradford coaches say. Sexton. The Cats run well, especiallyon tackle. Bradford High a No. 8 ranking in
r Inverness is a power football team. reverses and traps, the misdirec- Monster man Chris Roberts no. 7 Class 3A in the state. Inverness,
Baker uses more finesse and tions plays. And Baker throws the 6-0, 145, 12, cornerbacks DarrelRodgers I number 7 last week, dropped from
misdirection plays from its double football well, something Inverness no. 5, 5-9, 160, 12, and Joe the list.
wing offensive formations. They'll didn't do. Reed, no. 1, 5-5, 145, 12, and safety Coach Hurse doesn't care about
fake one way, run the other. The In Mark Belford, no. 34, 5-9. 215, Lee Ellis, no. 10,5-10,160, are all aggressive being ranked, he's told the players.If .
Wildcats also use a lot of different of- 12, BUS faces the best down linemanthe good tacklers. the Tornadoes are ranked at the
fensive sets or formations, but run Tornadoes will see all year, says end of the season, that's fine, says
the same plavs. Coach Hurse. Belford is "quicker BIIS Okay... Hurse.

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face his pursuer on this big passing play for BUS against Inverness Frlrushing..
day night. Matthews, playing linebacker on defense also intercepted an Inverness -
BUS fullback Aaron Matthews (20)), shown above sweeping around the pass and returned it 51 yards for a touchdown.


I: True Team Effort and Crucial Plays Give Tornadoes_. Big Win'

"It seems like everybody came up Langley by inside linebacker Ron DE Greg Jackson came up with a "It was'a team victory. It's dif- were coveieu: an: Inverness reacted rushing attempts to two yards as he
with a crucial play at the right Brown on a fourth and two situationat couple of big plays. ficult to pick anybody out," says the quickly when BHS showed pass. came across quickly to stop runners
time," says Defensive CoordinatorMike the BHS :?0. Inverness had a lot of speed in the Head Tornado, Hurse. Tight end Mike Chappell, who just past the line of scrimmage.Even .
Sexton of Bradford High's 18-0 BHS fumbled the football right backfield, and a couple of times the Quarterback Frank Long, named caught two TD passes the week so, BHS 94 yards rushing and
shut out of 7th-ranked Inverness.So back. With a first down at the BHS 8 Hurricane backs were just a step offensive" back of the week by BHS before, was covered, but the Hur- 77 passing,even though Coach Hurse
many people did a good job. it seemed certain the powerful In- away, but a Tornado always came coaches, had to play well, had to ricanes left McLeod open in front of played a very conservative offense
Never have I had so many do so verness running game would mean a up with the big play. For instance: throw the football, Hurse points out. the linebackers. the second half.
much, Sexton says of the defensive touchdown. But BHS came up with a Chris Doughterty caught QB The running game wasn't producingall Coach Hurse is satisfied with the
effort superb goal line stand with big plays Langley from behind with a one- that well against a tough, powerful Tornado offense against a tough opponent -
Coach Sexton could not determinewho from defensive tackles Billy Harrell handed shoe-string tackle. And safety Inverness eleven. QB Long com- like Inverness. The Tor- The Secondary...
stood out the most, so the defen- and Chris Dougherty. On fourth Frank Long made a game saving pleted 8 of 14 passes for 77 yards, and nadoes rushed for 94 yards in 24
sive lineman of the week award was down and goal to go from the BHS tackle when a Hurricane runner had a couple of crucial runs on tries, and passed for 77, a balanced The BUS secondary is doing a
given to the Magnificent Seven. The two, inside linebacker Gary Wise got broke through into the BHS secon- keeper plays that kept Tornado attack. super job, says Coach Hurse. Coach
seven are defensive tackles Billy through to sack quarterback dary. Had Long missed, it was clear drives alive. Inverness had not seen anybody Jerry Kaminski knows how to coach
Harrell and Chris Doughterty, weak Langley. On the play Frank Long sailing into the BHS endzone. Wide receiver Todd McLeod, nam- who could throw the football as wellas the secondary and the players are
side defensive end Greg Jackson in- and Chris Cribbs did an outstanding And BHS has some quickness, ed the outstanding receiver of the the Tornadoes, Coach Hurse says. providing the Tornadoes with good
side linebackers Ron Brown and job on pass coverage, so Langley which gave Tornado linemen time to week, had an outstanding game, No offensive lineman of the week pass coverage.The .
Gary Wise, strong end Billy had nowhere to throw the football, get to the corner before the Hurricane Coach Hurse says. McLeod caught 4 was named, but Coach Hurse pointsout
Jackson,and Sam linebacker Lonnie says Coach Sexton. backs could make the turn. of passes for 46 yards, including a that center Danny Manning and players are safety Frank
Hamilton. Sam linebacker Lonnie Hamilton The goal line stand really gave us touchdown pass. The senior receiver guard Keith Gillingham played very Long, cornerbacks Wendell Shanks
Brown led the team in tackles in played his usual strong, consistent a good test, Coach Sexton points out. made catches in front of linebackersand well.Fullback and David Hamilton, and rover back
the Inverness game, getting 7 in- game, taking away; a lot of the "Our kids really deserve a lot of knew he was going to be hit as Aaron Matthews led BHS Aaron Matthews. Cory Strong who
dividual tackles and 4 assists. Wise power football Inverness wanted to credit for their performance againsta soon as he caught the football. runners with 37 yards in 12 attempts, plays both safety and cornerback, is
had 5 tackles and 8 assits, Doughterty run, Coach Sexton points out after team of the calibre of Inverness," McLeod went up in traffic and showing quickness getting past the doing a good job, Hurse points out.
was 4-5 (4 individual tackles and 5 watching game films. says Coach Sexton. caught one pass.Inverness line of scrimmage, and adding a new
assists), Jackson 4-3, rover back Defensive end Billy Jackson had Coach David Hurse is very pleased used a 5-3 defense, dimension to the BHS attack. In- Matthews was named best defen-
Aaron Matthews 3-4, Hamilton 4-2, just one breakdown the entire game. with the defense, and with the which BHS was totally unpreparedfor verness was geared to stop the sive back of the week by Tornado
Harrell 4-0, Chris Cribbs 2-3, safety Jackson's job was to turn the end way Coach Sexton has brought the points out Coach Hurse. But counter play by running back Clin- coaches for his performance not
Frank Long 1-3, and cornerback run inside. He carried out his defense along. "They get better BHS adjusted its blocking, kept the ton Jenkins, but that left the fullback just because of his pass interceptionand
David Hamilton 2-1. responsibility as well as anybody every game," says Hurse. Hurricane defense thinking the foot- open. 55 yard TD run, but because he
Key play of the game was the sack you'd want, Coach Sexton pointed ball was coming up the middle, and An Inverness tackle escaping a was in position to make plays all
of Inverness quarterback John out. The Offense... threw the ball outside. The deep men cutoff block kept most of the BHS night long.

I "Baker County Should Sit Up and Take Notice" After BHS Shuts Down Citrus"We

beat a fine football team. It ritory, the Tornado offensive receiver Todd McLeod who curled was a fourth acid two situation from On first down Hurricane wingbackRick main runner bulled his way seven
should make Baker sit up and take machine began to threaten to score around the Hurricane defensive the BHS 20 when linebacker Ron Langley, QB John's brother, yards to the BHS two. On fourth
notice" said Coach David Hurse the second time it had the football. back and caught a hard,low pass for Brown sacked Hurricane John started over left guard but ran into down and goal to go from the two,
just alter his Tornado gridders shut BHS first drove to the Citrus four the TD which put BHS up 12-0 with 29 Langley linebackers Lonnie Hamilton and QB Langley dropped back to pass
out 7th-ranked Citrus High 18-0. line, but that threat was ended seconds remaining in the first half. Citrus had driven for four first Ron Brown. Langley bounced off the and was caught in backfield by in-
BHS is now 4-0 and facing tough yard pass interception by LB-QB QB Frank Long kept the football downs and was going strong to that Tornado wall, turned around, and side linebacker Gary Wise who rais-
Baker High and North Marion. John Langley at the Citrus goal. and ran 8 yards, Jenkins got a yard, point.BHS. was tackled for a two yard gain to ed his arms to keep Langley from
"Well, fOur defense did a pretty BHS was not to be denied on its then QB Long sneaked for the first was stubbornly giving up yar- the BHS five. On second down defen- throwing the football then tackled
good job,' Charles Francis said,kid- third possession. Wendall Shanks down at the Hurricane 38. Going to dage but Hurricane runners got sive tackle Chris Dougherty got into the quarterback. Brown and
ding Defensive Coordinator Mike caught a Hurricane punt on the BHS the air, wideout McLeod caught a 12 loose three plays for 10 yards. the Hurricane backfield to throw QB Jackson were also in on the rush
Sexton. ."Pretty good? I love itt! I yard pass from QB Long and was Tackles on the drive were made by John Langley for a five yard loss, from inside. QB Langley couldn't
love it!I" shot back an ecstatic Coach 45.The Tornadoes used a mixed runnIng immediately hit. Long next threw to Bradford's Wendall Shanks, Lonnie back to the 9. throw because Bradford safety
Sexton as he packed footballs into a and passing attack, but the key the sideline for speedy Andy Jones Hamilton, Billy Jackson, David Frank Long was step-for-step with
bag.Both plays came through the air. Senior who ran for 15 yards to the Hur- Hamilton, Gary Wise, and Frank On third down QB Langley threw a the Hurricane wingback and ..
teams exhibited good offen- wideout Todd McLeod, knowing he ricane 9 yard line. Then came Long, who made one TD-saving pass into the right flat to fullback linebacker Chris Cribbs was sticking
sive lines.: But Bradford's stingy would be hit hard, caught key passesof McLeod's TD catch. tackle when Jeff Southall broke into Jeff Southall, and the Hurricane's with the tight end.
defense and passing attack were the 15 and 12 yards in front of Hurricane the secondary with only safety Long
difference." linebackers for crucial first Defense Outstanding... between he and the goal. __ ..-0_' _. .
The Tornadoes scored on offensive downs. Quarterback Frank Long The defense scored the third BHS
drives of 45 and 52 yards and on a 55 showed pass, then ran for 12 yards TD with 4:14: left in the game when Brown's Sack is Key...
yard return of a pass interception. for a first down inside the Hurricane Citrus High, a running ballclub, The key play of the game, St. Augustine Beats J.V.
Running back Clinton Jenkis and finally tried to pass. Aaron Mat however, was linebacker Brown's -
wideout Todd McLeod got the offensive 12.Fullback Aaron Matthews, con- thews, playing the linebacker posi- sack of QB Langley to end the deter- '
touchdowns, and linebacker- sistently gaining yardage in quick tion on defense in the latter part of mined Hurricane offensive effort. The Bradford High School J-V TD after recovering a Tornado fumble :-
fullback Aaron Matthews intercepted spurts, went up the Hurricane mid- the game, iced the contest when he But the Hurricanes again met up Football record fell to 2-1 as the Jr. at the Tornado 29, and were suc-
a pass and returned it 55 dle for: seven yards to the 5. On second zipped up quickly and intercepted a with linebacker Ron Brown who gota Tornadoes suffered a 22-121058 to St. cessful on the 2-pt. conversion to
yards for the third TD. down, Jenkins scored. Hurricane pass to the right flat.Mat- good scrape on an end run by Augustine's Jr. Yellow Jackets Oct. give them a 22-6 lead with 2:50 left in
thews never slowed. Going full tilt he Citrus quarterback John Langley. 3.The the game.The .
The Ground Attack... Through the Air... first knocked the ball up into the air Brown got through the Hurricane Yellow Jackets jumped out tc '
Using a balanced running and Before the Hurricanes could look end-over-end, then caught it as it line and threw QB Langley for a five an early 6-0 lead, scoring on their Tornadoes added their final
passing attack, the Tornadoes first around, the wet football had squirted came back down. It happened so yard loss, giving BHS the football at first possession, and never trailed. points in the final minute as Davis
went up frO with a 45 yard, eight play loose on a pitchout around right end. quickly the fast Hurricane players its 25 yard line. me Yellow Jackets led 14-0 at again passed to Jenkins for a 38-yd.
touchdown drive to get on the BHS inside linebacker Ron Brown, a couldn't catch Matthews on the Tornado QB Frank Long fumbledon halftime, following a 75-yd punt TD, but once again, the Tornadoes
Scoreboard with 5:16 remaining in name the Hurricanes won't soon 55-yard interception TD run, putting first down, the football rolling return for a TD and 2-point conver- failed at the 2-pt. conversion try.
the second period. RB Clinton forget, recovered the loose footballat BHS up 180.Citrus toward the BHS goal line with a sion.
Jenkins scored from five yards out, the Inverness 45. horde of Hurricanes following it,and Upcoming..
sUpping one tackle and dragging BHS immediately put together Determined... finally corraling the football at the The Tornadoes scored early in the The Jr. Tornadoes go on the road -
Hurricane defensive end Rick another drive, this one 55 yards. Behind 12-0, highly touted Citrus BHS 7.5 yard line. It looked as if 4th period on a 25-yd.' pass from again tonight (Thursday, Oct. 10)
I' Hamilton into the endzone with him. Seven plays later BHS again roostedin High came out determined in the se- powerful Inverness was due to score Brian Davis to Malachi Jenkins, but traveling to Interlachen to take on
i. The extra point kick was wide. the Inverness endzone, the score cond half. The Hurricanes drove 60 at least one touchdown. Again, the failed on an attempted 2-point conVersion .the JV Rams.
With the Big Red defense holdingthe coming on a nine yard pass from yards on the ground from their 20 to Big Red defense rose to the occas- try. Kick-off is slated for 7 p.m. at In .
Hurricanes deep in their own ter- quarterback Frank Long to wide the BHS 20. Biggest/ play of the game sion. The Yellow Jackets added another terlachen High School Stadium

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I Sapp Spearheads Big Effort By BBS Girls Cross Country Team

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At the 16th Annual Florida State Running at the FSU golf course, Christie Harrell was 23rd in 12:30.2: Loper, there: mubl be: a ctelmite time 3A Team R.lultsll..MS ri, l-Nlcevllle 14, Continuing to take home wins, the

: University Invitational Cross Country Lori Sapp was the top finisher for which finished out the top five break between high school and college 3-Leon $1, 4-Blihop Kenny tj s-Pinucole Pine team took seven of the first 10 spotsin

Championship made the Lady Tornadoes BHS, coming in sixth overall and second scorers for BHS. Robin Manningtook races or awards are consideredto Fonil 114 M, ..Mlddlabur, IDS, Ocila Vanguard the meet between Santa Fe,

themselves known by in the 3A class at 11:06.7: for 29th in 12:51 and Chrissie be recruiting Gainesville High, Gainesville

taking home first place last Satur- 3,000 meters (1.86 miles). It is Lori's Anders! was 35th in 13:11.8. 3A Individual Places! i-Jenne DunnBK) Eastside and BHS.

day, Oct. 5, in Tallahassee best time in a 3,000 meter race. First "Our big objective in going was to 10:401, 2-Lorl. lapp )IOe.1., II.Killey Jackson
12:CU.1,11 Liu TIerney I2i,II,7,J0-$arb ra Her- well had "
"They ran as as they to
; So far overall as well as top 3A girl was run the teams we anticipate on Upcoming... rl> 12,23,I, Christie H.rrall12.30.2. 2-Robln ,
this year, they're ranked Bishop Kenny's Jenna Dunn at meeting dt region: Niceville, Leon Next action for the Tornadoes is Manning Hill. 3t-ChrlMle .II.tTuesday's said Loper. "I wanted them to get a
number three in 3A 10408.: and Pine Forest," said Loper. "I good run, go out and get their position -
across the state behind Tide Saturday morning, Oct. 12, at the and accelerate in the last one-
was really excited about their times.It 'llith
Astronaut In Annual Lee Invitational in Meet... half mile."
and the number one spot Kelley Jackson was the second was the first time Lori has beaten Jacksonville at the FJC North Campus It was no contest for the Lady Tor.

coach Rocklege George number two, said Lady Tornado to cross the line for a Runice (Orange Park) this year." The varsity girls run the two nadoes at a four way in Alachua at

teams Loper. Other area 13th place finish in 12:04.8: while Lisa No awards were given by FSU mile course at 9.30; and the varsity Santa Fe High School Tuesday as Individual Placet l-Lorl fapp Uill
are Bishop Kenny in number because of a NCAA ruling concerning IKolley Jackson lit If,. ..LI.. Tierney 13.44.1Christi. ,
MX\ nnd Tierney came in 15th at 12:18.7. Bar- boys take the three mile course at 10 they won with 18 points to the
Mirldlpbure nf nmtli Harrell I1HJ,t-Sarbere Harris IJiSJ
bara recruiting! activity. According to
Harris took 20th in 12:25,5: and a.m.
nearest competition with 51. Robin Manning M:IS, 10-Chrlsile Anders I......

I Knee Braces Donated To BBS Football ProgramResponse

has been outstanding to pany. Oldsmobile of Starke, and enclosedwas vent sidoto-side- motion of the knee Bethel Baptist ChurchRd.

the need for knee braces for Brad- The need for the knee braces was a check to cover the cost of five which causes injury when a player is

ford High School varsity football first mentioned publicly when Hurse new knee braces. The effort took off hit just right on the knee. 230-A e Starke
players, says Coach David Hurse. addressed the Starke Rotary Club, from there. The latest donations

and mentioned the fact that he would puts the BHS Athletic Departmentonly Anyone wishing to donate can con extends a warm welcome '

New donations received this week like for every member of the Tor- a few short of supplying the 68 tact Coach Hurse at the BHS Field '

came from former BHS head coach nadoes to have knee braces for pro- braces needed for the varsity. House phone 964-6470, or mail contributions to you to join their

and athletic director Lennard tection.A to Bradford High School.

Register, the Florida National Bankat couple of days later, Hurse open- The braces, which cost $37 each, Please specify what the contributionis 'l
Starke, and Mosley Tire Com n/4 .. !?o4?_ f.__ I otfn ,..,.-..-..I,,* allow forward movement but pre for HOMECOMINGSunday

Oct. 13 '

I. Boys Fail to PlaceWith PIGHMEER $249 t

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the boys team aown LU two Alvarez was 21st in 23:25.: ,, PARTNER C 15" Bar Special Singers

runners, the gentlemen Tornadoes well said _
"They ran pretty --J _
couldn't score as a team at coach George Loper. "There was a ---- will be
Tuesday's four way meet at Santa lot of hard-top pavement and con 41HJ Iru'hiiu >uc' (IMM-O waiting( tor '1'hi.' o. (lhi n"mp.u t siw thnt MR on pea\1 prior
manic and h.fi'l> ..r..h..llnulilullhl. (fcalurtw 111\Iud, ,m ixtcltcnl ,"\'Ihrlll.n, nxstrmpxtrvmc W.B. McKINNEY &
Fe High. crete on the boys course. '!;. los noiMlevel i ,.mil 1 iim'k rehin.M' >chain( .. l 10,i.ik<. \ml( with"i ininkuisi molded out
Gainesville High won the meet Next competition for the boys is ol .pati'ugt. mati'iml", this one IH light Ion 'I'he u,..ikinrlMMM( | iutlci, won'I I hnd .. better THE MISSIONARY QUARTET

with 24 points with Eastside second Saturday, Oct. 12, at the 18th Annual Him for the price r'l'('Mlrll'huIO and carrying rawWALL'S "

with 40 and Santa Fe third with 65. Lee Invitational at the FJC North Guest Preacher Bro. Layman

For Bradford, freshman Randy Campus. Loper said he expects SMALL ENGINESPIONEER

Stabler was 16th at 20:25 over the some good competition when the
three mile course and Robert boys run at 10 a.m. PARTNER SALES & SERVICE Financing Dinner on the Ground will follow the services.

224 E. Washington Street Starke 964-7580 Available Pastor: Leon Odom


I HighQ Team Begins SeasonThe .


Bradford High School High-Q nandina Beach, Oct. 31 at 1 p,m., and Notices spected prior to sale. rltories served by Con School Board office 582 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

team opened academic competitionOct. West Nassau, Nov. 21 at 3:30( p.m. Legal DOLPH E. REDDISH tinental in Florida to North Temple Avenue FOR BRADFORD COUNTY -

8.The. The varsity team is composed of SHERIFF Itchg 10/10 Centel effective upon approval Starke Florida NegrVIa- FLORIDA

team warmed up with an exhibition Lisa Blalock, Shaun Schmidt, Rubi BRADFORD COUNTY. of the Florida tions with the best PROBATE DIVISION

match before the Starke Bellwood, David Stokes, Jonathan IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDATO Public Service Commls. qualified firm shall take CASE NO. 85-45-CP

Kiwanis Club at its regular meetingat Rowe, Shawna Blom, and Michael FOR BRADFORD COUN FOR BRADFORD COUNTY sion. The joint petition place Immediately FILE NO. 1-3669
TY. FLORIDA FLORIDA will NOT propose a thereafter.
the Western Steer at and Davie.Jr. .
noon, .
another exhibition before the BHS varsity: Jason Brown, Jody
CASE NO. 852COMMUNITY Number 85 88.CP MAY CONCERNYou effect In the territory Superintendent B.
Faculty at 7:30: p.m. Brown, Chris Powell, Nancy 13667In currently served by Con Bradford County Schools BROWNING

Regular season home matches Bellwood, Michael Blalock, and Joy STATE are hereby tinental. 9/2631chg 10/10 Deceased._

will be against Crescent City today, Vellenga. BANK OF STARKE Plain. Re: Estate of notified, that the follow- CENTRAL TELEPHONE a

Oct. 10, at 3:30: p.m.; St. Augustine, Sponsor, Stanley Crawford said tiff VIRGINIA D. CORBETT. ing described livestock: COMPANY OF FLORIDA NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
Oct. 17, at 3:30: p.m.; Flagler Palm judges are still needed for matches.If vs Deceased One female cow. CONTINENTALTELEPHONE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF

Coast, Nov. 7 at 3:30p.m.: and Allen you can donate some of your JOHNNIE B. THOMPSON. block and white, approximately COMPANYOF FLORIDA EIGHTH

Nease, Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. time to serve as a judge, please con- ALMA J. THOMPSON. NOTICE OF 900 Ibs., approxImately THE SOUTH AND JUDICIAL FOR CIRCUIT.BRADFORD IN TO ALL PERSONS HAVING .

The Tornadoes will travel to tact Bradford High School, as spon- SEARS ROEBUCK & ADMINISTRATIONThe 3 to 4 years old. 9/26 10/10 COUNTY. FLORIDA CLAIMS OR

Hilliard, Oct. 24 at 3:30: p.m.: Fer. sor Crawford. COMPANY, and DEMANDS AGAINST THE
HI NEIGHBOR ENTERPRISES administration, of One Roan colored ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
NOTICE Case No. 85-366-CA
II INC.dba the estate of VIRGINIAD. yearling bull approximately NOTICE is hereby OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED

HI NEIGHBOR CORBETT, deceased, 400 Ibs that on Monday, IN RE: The Marriage Of IN THE ESTATE.
Food StoreS WHOLESALE COMPANY. Is now impounded at the given YOU ARE HEREBY
Commissary File Number 85 63 (P. Is October 14, 1985. at DAVID THOMAS
Stillwell farm In
CAPITAL ASSOCIATES.INC. pending in the Circuit Lloyd 10:00 the under. CLARK. NOTIFIED that the adminIstration -

US 301 Lawtey Court for Bradford Coun. Graham and the amount signed o.moo GATOR Husband of the

BARNETT BANK OF ty, Florida, Probate Division due by reason of such. fREIGHTWAYS. INC. will and estate of CLIFFORD B.
JACKSONVILLE. N.A. the address of impounding, is approximately BROWNING. deceased
sell auction for BOONRUAN
\ 01 public
+ STATEWIDE COLLECTION which Is P. O Drawer B, $300.00. Case Number 65.45.CP,
--o t cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., PAKDIPANYA CLARK
; : described,
... The above and File Number
> Market ..! CORPORATION. Starke Florida 32091. 1-3669
16 oz. \rifJw a* y Style Jacksonville, Florida Wife.
EDWARD S. TRUPPMAN, The names and addresses livestock will unless Is pending In the Circuit
Bone '- 1.98 Bacon . . lb. 1.39 one lot of auto ports con
: : ; ; ; : ea. M.D., Trustee of the personal redeemed within 3 days Court for Bradford Coun.
10- 6 or. and RANDY MILLER. in representative and therepresentative's from dote hereof be of. SALVAGE & WRECKING. : BOONRUAN ty, Florida, Probatn Division -
fered for sale at public the address of
his copacltv
Rib Eye . . . 6.90 Director of\ the Department attorney auction to tho highestand Pierson Fla.. to satisfy PAKDIPANYA CLARK which Is P.O. Box B,
.. bidder, for cash freight and storage You are notified that
Rat-Large of Revenue. Defendants. forth best Starke, Florida 32091.
$ are set under the action has been filed
Eggs ./i I ** . . z- below. DOLPH E. REDDISH charges.visions of Section 4b( pro.) of an against you and you or. The personal representative

10. 5 01. Center t Cut NOTICEOF All Interested persons SHERIFF Itchg 10/10 Uniform, Standard Bill, of required to serve a copy of the estate Is
Pork M.l 60 SALE are required to file with BRADFORD COUNTY FLOYE C. BROWNING
Chops ._. :: Lading of your written defenses,
FLORIDAIN whose address Is P. O.
this court WITHIN THREE
NOTICE Is hereby
8PackGround GATOR FREIGHTWAYS if any to JAMES R.
*1.59 given that pursuant to MONTHS OF THE FIRST INC. FLYNN ESQUIRE. Pet-! Box 653, Starke, Florida
Coke Dep& Tax
32091. The ond address
the Final Judgment PUBLICATION OF THIS THE CIRCUIT COURT Carrier tioner's Attorney whose name

100% Lean entered In case number NOTICE: ((1)) all claims FOR BRADFORD COUN. 01-577417 dtd 7/23/85 address Is 405 West of the personalrepresentative's

Beef :- : . lb.99C 85-2 In the Circuit Court against the estate and TY, FLORIDA 10/3 2tchg 10/10 Georgia Street Stork., attorney

6 Pack ReIurrabe Bottles for Bradford County ((2)) any objection' by on Florida 32091 on or are set forth
_.\- ; Florida. I will sell the Interested person to CIVIL ACTION NOTICENOTICE before October 16. 1985. below.

". ,,\'\ Budweisjr.lafcja$2.59Aud property situated In whom notice was mailed CASE NO. 85.418 Is hereby and file the original with All persons having
claims demands
Bradford County. that challenges the given that on Monday. the Clerk of this Court or
b'.. Ti viM Florida described as: validity of the will, the GEORGE G GARRARD October 14 1985 at either before service on against the estate are

Grade A 6 Pack .rr |VHL' qualifications of the personal Plaintiffvs 10:00: a.m., the under. Petitioner's Attorney or required WITHIN THREE
niryti n
Fryer . .?. . lb. 59 Busch. A parcel of land contain representative, signed GATORFREIGHTWAYS. Immediately thereafter DATE OF THE FIRST
I ing 9.5 acres. more or venue or jurisdiction of SUZANNE K. SIMMONS INC.. or a default will be
less, lying In the NE 1/4 the court. PFENNINGER will sell at public auction entered against you for
of the NE 1/4 of Section ALL CLAIMS AND OB. MARK A. MOSHER and for cash at 2600 Lloyd the relief demanded In NOTICE. to file with the

-- 34. Township 6 South JECTIONS NOT SO FILED JUDITH S. MOSHER. Rd. Jacksonville. Fla. the complaint or peti clerk of the above courta of

Rang. 22 East, Bradford WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Defendants one lot of chair, consign written statement

.- County Florida. Said RED. ed to John Keller Pompano tion.WITNESS my hand and any claim or demand
"-- parcel being more particularly Publication of this NOTICE Beach. Fla., to Seal of this Court on they may have. Each
r claim must be In writing
Notice Oc.
described as begun on satisfy freight and September 16. 1985.
and must Indicate the
follows tober 10 1985.Personal under GILBERT S. BROWN
: charges.
and the deals cool! TO: MARK A. MOSHER storage basis for the claim, the
The heat is on, are Representative the provisions Section CLERK OF THE COURT name and address of the
Commence at the NE : and 4b( ) of Uniform Standard BRADFORD COUNTYBy
corner of said NE 1/4 and EDWARD. R, CORBETT JUDITH S. MOSHER Bill, of Lading. Beulah Moody D.C. creditor or his agent orattorney
and the
run N 88-38' W, along the Route 2, Box 340 Address Unknown GATOR FREIGHTWAYS.INC. 9/194tchg 10/10
amount claimed. If the
Northerly boundary Keystone Heights' Fla. .
claim is not due. the
thereof 798.00 feet 32656 CarrierPro.
date when it will become
Thence S 1043' E, 45.55 that an action for 01-579497 dtd. NOTICEOF
due shall be stated If
feet to a concrete monument Attorney for Personal declaratory judgment 8/1/85
located on the Representative: regarding the following 10/3 2tchg 10/10 SHERIFF'S SALE the claim is contingent or

Southerly boundary of MYRON C. PREVATT JR. property In Bradford Notice Is hereby given unliquidated the natureof

Indoor the ROW of State Rood P. O. Drawer 790 County Florida: that I. Dolph E. Reddish the uncertainty shall
sheriff of Bradford be stated. If the claim Is
230. for POB From POB Keystone Heights Fla. 1966 GMC Truck. 1.0. as
Florida under secured the security
DLAX4011F4704P has County
32656 INTENT
thus described continueS TO ACQUIRE
143' E, 765.00 feet Telephone 473.4993 been filed against you PROFESSIONALARCHITECTURAL and by virtue of Writ of shall be described. The
UnitWith shall deliver
Blower more or less to the Northerly 10/10 2tchg 10/17 and your are required to Execution to-wit: claimant
of the
issued copies
of Execution out.
boundary of the serve a copy your SERVICES BY
written defenses if any COMPETITIVESELECTION of County Court of Duval claim to the clerk to
ROW of graded
a county
NOTICE it Richard E. Welty, Florida enable the clerk to mail
TraneWeathertron Heat PumpDouble rood commonly knownas to on County pursuantto .
is hereby given to each
Notice one
Wilson Rood. Thencein Plaintiff's Attorney, The Bradford County a Final Judgement for copy personal

a Northwesterly dIrection that under and by virtueof whose address Is P.O. School Board Starke, Ferguson Enterprises, representative.All .
along lost aforesaid Part IV of Chapter 83 Box 995, Starke Florida Florida In accordancewith Inc., and against W. V. persons InterestedIn
FS as Self.Storage Facility 32091 on or before Florida Statutes Forsyth Jr., d/b/a For. the estate to who a
Northerly boundary Act. that the under. of this Notice of Administration
November 11, 1985 and 287.055 shall conduct syth Plumbing, defendant. copy
Your Savings I Start with a FREE Trane indoor 670.00 feet more or signed will sell for cash file, the original with the in the In the amount of has been
less to the West.rlyboundary open competition'
blower unit/air handler for effective to the highest bidder at with mailed are required
Clerk of this Court 4301.55 together
buy an energy-saving I of said NE 1/4 selection of a Professional
_ air distribution.Add 301 South 1640 S. Plain. of collection WITHIN THREE MONTHS
before service on costs
high efficiency heatpump..get _ a new TraneWeathertron of NE 1/4; thence N 1 7' Walnut St, Starke tiff's Attorney or Immediately Architect. Have seized and hove FROM THE DATE OF THE
Selection shall be based
a new high. W, along sold Westerly -
Florida at 9:30: a.m. on thereafter in possession the FIRST PUBLICATION OF
FREE blower unit efficiency heat pump boundary 540.64 feet to the 18th day of October, default will; upon but not limited following my described THIS NOTICE. to file any
Heats in winter,cools the Southerly boundaryof of otherwise a to: capabilities adequacy per.
Now can enjoy year 1985. the contents sonal to-wit objections they may
you be entered against you property :
in summer..saves on the ROW of State Road personnel. past
'round comfort and Unit 23 belonging to GMC truck VIN have that challenge the
year for the relief demandedIn 1977 ,
energy all year long. 230. aforesaid: thence In record and .peri.nce.willingn.ss ,
of the decedent'swill
'round efficiency.And HALL containing validity
SHIRLEY TCL337B527488.
energy the No.
that means dollar savings too, Weathertron a Easterly direction mlscellaflloua Complaint.DATED on October 7, to meet time 1980 Ford Truck, 1 ton. the qualifications of
comfort for years America's sellingto along said Southerly C & and budget requirements the
with energy-saving v household goods by 1985. VIN no. F37GNGDO259 personal representative
heat pump. boundary and along the location and
come. C MINI STORAGE, 1640 S. GILBERT S. BROWN 23' Griffcroft Boot, FL or the venue or
arc of a curve concave to Walnut St.. Starke, Clerk of the Court recent & current work 3643 CM (built 1981)), Jurisdiction of the court. >
( ),purchase.Dane Elite(WX models. ,V*.4,ton)OfEMumepmmod. the North and having a loads. ALL
32091 phone CLAIMS
FREE TVnn. Florida
ih gel sour 3V8 ESlW.atherliDrr') Heal Pump and I Inalallalron lervlcee ID,both heat pump radius of 11559.2 feet, By: Beulah Moody Those Individuals, or Boat trailer. MagicTilt -. .
( from,ouq parocipalino, Irene dealer Purchaee. and inKallation I must Be between Sept. 12 964 8848. Deputy Clerk consideration Serial No. 1023544.As DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
and blower Unit 491.44 feet as measured firms wishing
and November I. 1985. chord 10/iO2tchg_ 10/10 4tchg 10/31 who have not the property of the
along a having a
above named defendantand WILL BE FOREVER BAR-
Hurry, Quantities Are Limited... bearing of S 8336'55'T E, previously filed their that on Monday the RED.
end of said PUBLIC SALE NOTICEOF forms
to the curve. pre-qualilication of the first
Start Saving NOW! 14th day of October,
OF TRANSFERIn thoSuperintendent's
I Thence S 89 50' E, along with
of this Notice
1985. at 2:00: p.m. on publication
VEHICLE compliance with office
said Southerly boundary PATROL .
of Administration October
said day on the premisesof :
130.86 feet to the POB. Florida Public Service or. Invited to do so by 9 .
the Bradford 3, 1985.RICHARD
George Brown at public tale, to the The Bradford County "' Commission Rule a.m., October 14, 1985 Jail Yard. I will offer County for E. WELTY
highest bidder for cash, Sheriffs Office will sell 254.05, C.ntrol and failing same shall
sale and sell 954 N. Temple Avenue
& Air Cond. following vehicle to Telephone Company of be considered.The .
Heating at the front door of the the not bidder P. O. Box 995
for cash
Bradford County Courthouse .. the highest bidder on Florida (Centel) and Continental scope of this In hand the abovedescribed Stark., Florida 32091
964-7731 ''' In Starke Tuesday October 15, Telephone Company selection Is for the 964-8050
TRANE'S. of (904)
Florida between 11:00 1985 at 3.00 p.m.! of the South (Continental renovation, repair or said def.ndant properly for Personal

Walnut Street a.m. and 2:00: p.m. on 1982 Ford LTD S. 4-dr ) hereby give construction of certain the aforesaid to satisfy Attorney
Execution. Representative!
the 7th day of Sedan notice that they Intend to covered walkways for .
Starke 50 million November 1985.GILBERT VIN No. file a joint petition to Bradford County Schools. DOLPH E. REDDISH FLOYE C. BROWNING
people take comfort In it S. BROWNAS ABP31F5CBI70773 transfer all of Continen Selection of the three Sheriff Personal Representativeof

CLERK OF SAID Place of Sale will b. tal's rights and ,obligations : best qualified firms shall Bradford County.___ CLIFFORD B. BROWN

COURT Bradford County Jail. a* a telephone take place at S p.m., October 9/19 4tchff 10/10 ING.

10/10 4tchg 10/31__ Vehicle may be In company In all of the ten 14, 1985, at the 10/3 2tchg 10/10

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Bradford High School girls second game, in which BHS improved Coach Diggs said the girls played Video Recorder In TownSharp
volleyballers picked up two wins to 15-11, Unissa King served 4 very well when they got the volley
during the past week to run their points, and Amy Williams and Ann going, but made too many errors on
record to 2-6 on the season. Starling 2 points each. the opposing service. :
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match. Janet. Kennedy looked exceptionallygood. scoring 13 points in the first game, 7 Cash &
but could manage just 4 in the se-
Santa Fe Wins In 3... cond in losing to the North Marion
The Raiders shut out the Tor- JV Outclassed... Colts 15-13 and 15-4 Oct. 1.
nadoes 15-0 in the first game of their The JV girl volley bailers were MMI\M-w Carry
match Oct. 8, but the Tornadoescame outclassed by Interlachen, losing J-V Closest Yet...
back and played more aggressively 15-2 and 156.Services Coach Diggs said the J-V looked
to take the second game and played more agressive than in $
15-5. Coach Diggs said the team was Returned... any match this season in a heart-
better able to receive,and got strong Allowing too many service aces breaking loss to North Marion.
serving from Unissa King, Janet caused the Lady Tornadoes big problems The Tornadoes fought hard in los-
Kennedy, and Angel Spell. in losing 15-10 and 15-6 to the ing 16-14, 16-14, and 16-14 in the plus tax
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FFA Competition 4-H Week

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section, Attorneys'. Report U Appreciation ,

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The Bradford County Telegraph
The Lake Region Monitor Thursday, October 10, 1985 News Briefs Obituaries

The Union County Times B Section..h"

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By Mark Friedlin According to figures compiled by
BCT Staff Writer the Bradford office, the average
I 4-H'ers in Bradford and Union volunteer donates more than 250
County are celebrating another productive hours of their time in preparing and 11
year of preparing for the teaching members. They drive hun- w i
I future and having fun in Starke and dreds of miles with their own ?t r .
f Lake Butler as they observe National vehicles and become an importantpart
j 4-H Week with a variety of of the youthful members' pro- ,51 :i tF
\ projects and special displays. gress. Officials in Florida estimate I.t
Diana Smith, coordinator of 4-H these volunteer's out-of-pocket expenses -
: activities in Bradford County, an amounted to more than $5 y i.t .
energetic leader and a source of in- million last year alone. tt
spiration for many of the young people Don and Sherry McDavid are a 44ws FR'o
she works with, says one of the good example of the amount of work e rIrF
goals she and her 4-H'ers have in these volunteers put in for their club.
mind this week is increasing the They head up the Brooker 4-H Club
visibility of the program for peoplein operating out of their ranch and stay
the area. busy supervising the activities of
"We want more people to know their members, which inlcude their
some of the benefits available to son and daughter, Don Jr. and Donna :
young people in this area throughthe who are both busy with their
4-H program," Mrs. Smith said. livestock project raising a pair of
"We have a very positive group of big steers at the ranch for this year's :

members In this area and some very Bradford County Fair livestock ; r1 C S
show and sale t.
supportive adult leaders, but we
know there are still young people in "These kids put in a lot of hard ''
this area who could use some of the work, they can really keep us busy : :: ':
skills, and the companionship this with their projects," Don McDavid ;
program offers. We are encouraged said as he watched his son and 1 r1 nt'
by the progress we have made and daughter brush down their steers
the accomplishments by our one afternoon last week. "It can takea 4"t
members, both in the livestock showat lot of time but the results are F
the Bradford County Fair each always worth it. These young people /
year and in state competition with pick up skills and experience they ,
other areas in the state. I hope we just can't come by anywhere else. /t SS
can continue the growth we have "It takes dedication by these kids SILO"klt.6'
seen in this program locally in the because they have to spend the extra 'r
up-coming year as well." time in addition to their
4-H is a youth program of the schoolwork," Sherry McDavid add-
Cooperative Extension Service that ed. "I like to think they have a little ..!:Jo. .w.i .
offers a range of instruction in useful something extra that the average 1TT -win *"5pf
skills, friendship and leadership student may not have. We work hardon >Lfe"j

training to young people in junior the projects but we always seem r Tiai c SrL
and senior high schools. The program to have fun, too. Our members respond ss_ ../'
is particularly welll suited for to the challenge." 1 i q R ? *
the Bradford-Union area vith its The Brooker club meets the first -5 S '1't
heavy emphasis on ranching and Thursday of each month at 7:30: p.m. 1

farming.The at Brooker Elementary School. Hard Work...
Bradford-Union 4-H organization The Green Acres Club is led by
: is divided into Community Clubs Jenny Black and they meet on the Don Jr. and Donna
with smaller, informal membership first Tuesday of each month atV7:3Q: McDavidfabove.jJghtl put in plenty ,
groups, supervised by adult leaders, p.m. at the New River Fire House. of hours preparing these two hefty
which work well together in various Mrs. Black's daughter Amy is one steers for the Bradford County Faire
livestock projects in which members of the outstanding 4-H members in Steer and livestock show and sale as
raise and are responsible for the the area. Her specialty is sewing. part of a special 4.11 project.
showing and selling of their animals, Amy, a student at Bradford High 4-H'ers throughout the nation are
and in other useful skills like sewing, School, represented her club at tl estate celebrating National 4-H Week Oct.
at the Universityof 6-12 with a variety of activities
gardening, mechanical science, competition S
health and safety, child care and Florida after her winning designswon designed to increase awareness of
citizenship and community involve- on the regional level, and has the program among local residents.At -
ment. been one of the organizers for the right: Union County 4-H'ers at- a aS
"We think 4-H is an outstanding local club's "Fashion Revue". tend a beef judging contest at b I
program for young people in this Amy has been sewing since she Baldwin Angus Ranch in Ocala. '
Union students In attendance In-
area," Mrs. Smith said. ."We want was eight-years-old and has entered,
more people to know about the and won, for her designs in the Coun- cluded Nanatte Stalnaker, Penny S jj
Stalnaker and David Harris.
benefits 4-H has to offer. These ty Fair. ,
mother has been ,' _..
young people are the future leaders "My my inspira- --- '
others will be looking up to in yearsto tion; Amy says. "4-H has given mea :, \ ,'
come. We want to make sure they chance to show off my designs." :. '
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have both the practical training and Lawtey on \5.. : .!-l4IfttiI' -
the leadership qualities these local first Thursday of each month at ., : ,>
communities will be looking for in Lawtey Elementary at 7:30: p.m. ...:..." : :
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the years to come." Julia Pladarvis is the leader. "f"t"'f..
One of the biggest keys to the success The Lucky Leaf Club, led by Billy a',...s.,.... ', ..... .A.,,....:'r. "
of the 4-H program, both on the Tison meets at 7 p.m. on the secondTuesday s .. ; "" ,... h .. it.,
j,I local level and nationally, are the of each month at the
I many adult volunteers who assist Florida State Prison Pistol Range.
the members in their projects with The Alligator Creek club meets '
encouragement and a big dose of
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I Noted baritone cancels show in Starke

The Santa Fe Community College-- New York last year. He h appeared r1Ud_ I-
by Manuel de
1985 Fall Festival of the Perform- in numerous operative productions After Intermission -
ing Arts was forced to cancel the as a member of the Texas the French songs of Gabriel
final event of its most successful Opera Theatre*(the touring arm of Faure was to be followed by songs
season when Baritone Christopher the Houston Opera), including a in English, including "I Hear anArmy"
Trakas came down with an illness. world premiere at the Kennedy There" by Samuel Barber, "He Is
Center In by Ives, and
"Dirge for Two Veterans" by Kurt

According to officials at SFCC, Weill. ,
the show may be re-scheduled for a
s latter date. If so, it will announced His program was to open with alOng
In the by Beethoven and five of
? Schubert's lieder, generally The concert, if it can be
recognized as among the world's rescheduled, will be followed by a
Expert... Winner of the 1983 Young Concert foremost art songs. The second "meet the performers" reception
Artists International Audition Com- of the has sponsored by the Starke Woman's
part program a Spanish
llrnokcr Ml member her sewing machine,
Amy Black Is a real at '
pro Club. .
petition, Trakas made his debut in flavor
uiiniiiitf local and regional honors and earning the right to represent her including "Pano Morumo" i j

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FF] A'ers hone their skills in the forestBy i iM

Mark Friedlin The Bronson FFA chapter took se estimation.They also were requiredto and diseases into one event. Z'
BCT Staff Writer cond place in the competition while measure off distance through the The Florida Division of Forestry
Local and regional Future the Chiefland chapter finished third. forest trails by uniform pacing, the coordinates the competition and
Farmers of America measured The contest is designed to put a lit identification of the variety of dif Owens-Illinois provides the prize Competition...
distances through the forest, zeroedin high-spirited competition into the ferent tree species found in this partof ribbons Local and area FFA members competed in Forestry Skills and learned
on plant identifications and other Forestry traning the FFA'ers the country, insects and diseases from demonstrations and exhibits the annual event held at the Austin
useful activities at the annual FFA receive,and undoubtedly will lead a which plague growers and learninghow Cary Forest near Waldo last Friday
District Forestry Field Day held last portion of the participants into to identify and use some of the ,.... .. ". ,. .
Friday at the University of Florida's careers in the field. tools used in forest management ,-- "
Austin Cary Forest near Waldo. "Most of these contestants are The best way to measure off
A large group of young FFA'ers high school vocational agricultural distance in the woods, according to
attended the competition and Dawn students,"explained Forestry Agent the students,is to keep a steady pace Norman'sMarket.
Core of Lake Butler was one of the Dave Norton. "They will pick up while traversing through the .
students who took individual honorsat some valuable skills they can use palmetto patches so common in the y
the competition, winning high later on in their careers through this forest while avoiding the potholes, i IV* 1 vy "
marks when she measured a volume program. The competition in this logs and other obstacles to get an ac .
estimation of pulpwood and event is getting stronger each year. curate measurement.This .- ., x ,
sawtimber with a special tool calleda You really have to know your factsto year's competition was com Y 301 South 964-6071
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The overall competition was won The students spent a part of the triangular-shaped parcel of land in tlJ # "The Country Store For More"
by the FFA chapter from Bell which day stretched out under the pines which the students had to measure
thru. Sat.
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FFA'ers held exercises.. were changed compared to last
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II Union Correctional Holds Employee Appreciation Day CITIZENS SENIOR

r "The'' Lake House" a newly
On Saturday,, September 21st of Superintendent Tom wriKht. and Regional Director,J.C.
retirement house
1 Union Correctional institution heldI Barn and a host of UCI administrators Combs, assistedsuperintendent t opened is
fourth annual Employee Ap- .but not their spirits or Barton in presenting a variety of now offering extra large
1 I preciation Day outing. From dawn: their,enthusiasm.. employee recognitions and awards.In waterfront rooms with all the
1:! to dusk, a record-breaking 730 addition to service pins being
; employees, families and friends, at- More than thirty door prizes, including awarded to three hundred UCI amenities. Absolutely beautiful -
j j tended the festivities which took a VCR and a color televisionset employees, representing a must see call Sandra atM
I place at UCI's new traiining. com were given away as door prizes. cumulative total of three thousandyears
plex. Those who didn't win a prize could of employment with the 481-2797, Hawthorne.
seek solace by indulging in a varietyof Department, the following ,21.101178,
r Activities were planned for.young gastronmical delights, includingdeer employees received special recognition -
and old alike and included several stew and smoked bear meat, : Enoch "Gene'' Griffis for
bands,gospel singers,hay and horse which were prepared and served by UCI's Employee of the Year, Willie "
rides, bingo, Softball and volleyball UCI's Food Service Department.The C. Dixon for UCI's Correctional Officer "j Madame June
1 games. A very popular attraction day was highlighted when the of the Year, and Joseph 'J. ., ',:
was the specially constructed dunking Secretary of the Florida Department Jowers for thirty-two years of I PSYCHIC -
tank which may have dampened: of Corrections, Louie L. Wain- dedicated service. .
Cards &

I 18th birthday significant for recipients Palm Reading

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Located In Palatka
The 18th birthday is a significant secondary school; however, some and that is expected "last for at Call for Appointment
milestone for many people receiving students may continue to receive least 1 year. .
Social Security benefits. checks after becoming' i9 so they can If a child's benefits stop at 18,-they 9-9 Mon. thru Sat.
When a child becomes 18,he or she complete a school term. can be resumed if he or she becomes
will no longer receive monthly To be considered disabled, the disabled before reaching 22 or ((904)328-2228)
payments unless he or she remains child must have a physical or mental becomes a full-time elementary or Enoch ""Gene" Griffis Willie Dixon;
unmarried and is disabled or is a condition that prevents him or her secondary student before reaching.
full-time student in an elementary or from doing substantial gainful work 1o, Employee of the Year Officer of theYear_

I' 4-H'ers celebrate national week_from page 1-

It's AWhale
each Wednesday under the directionof mote the mental, physical, social, Other events will be announced Wildflowers 4-H Club meets on the of a Pines
Mike Guyton at 7 p.m. at the spiritual and other aspects of youth later in the year. third Thursday of each month at 3:30
Florida State Prison. development in support of county extension p.m. Sale! Care Center'sCRAFT
The 4-H Horse Club,under Sandra 4-H programs and 4-H ad- Union Meetings... Bootheel 4-H Club meets on the
Nelson, meets the third Thursday of visory committee recommendationsin Springhill 4-H Club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 7 SALE &
each month at 7:30: p.m. at the Brad- the interest of Union County second Monday of each month at.7 p.m.For
ford County Agricultural Building. youth," said Kirby. p.m. more information call 496-2321 RUMMAGE SALE
The Starke 4-H Club meets under There are presently 13 memberson Sunshine Clover 4-H Club meets on and talk to County 4-h Agent Diane ia
Cathy Taylor on the second Monday the 4-H Foundation Board of the second Tuesday of each month at Hayes or County Extension Agent
also at the County Directors. They are: Shirley Kirby, 6:30p.m Jacque Breman. jm C Saturday, October 12
Agricultural Building. Doyle Varnes, Ann Hendricks, -,
Diane Eberle, Jacque Breman, -..--__-__-----..-- ...\_-..............._-.-... 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Diane Hayes, John Roberts, Mack r '>'t
PORTRAIT'h, 808 S. .Colley Road
Union County 411... Sweat, Shands Howard, Ray FREE ao
Crawford, Nancy Stalnaker, Roger A
.' The Union County 4-H program Blinn and Marcia Goodge. With ANY Salon Service ;
has been going strong over the past! October 16-19 Sponsored by the Residents
and has numerous activities d f
year "We are in a growing in
planned for the school year. Union year 9 c ',. to 5 p.m.
County 4-H, said Kirby,"We
The most recent activity Union want to encourage parent participation. Hus! ands Welcome! ,
4-H'ers participated in was an open ."
beef judging competition held in Cull! 4737708For 1.. 'l
Ocala on the Baldwin Angus Ranch More Information
this past Saturday. Union 4-H Events... & Appointment 1/2 PRICEAlan

Although they have not yet been Union County 4-H'ers have
notified of the outcome, 4-H Agent numerous events planned during
Diane Hayes said the three students this school year. c&iiie t S-/ait.Liiwi SA L E
who competed (David Harris,Penny They include: Oct. 16-26 participation Liz Nexxus
Stalnaker and Nanette Stlanaker) in the Jacksonville Fair,Oct. 26 Keystone Hgts. -Hwy. 21 N. (Across street from Lil Champ) Wendy Tony LindaHsirpianes
seemed to have done well. another beef judging contest, Nov. "Late Evenings by Appt."
Union 4-H'ers also planned a 19 steer record book workshop,Dec.
parent/leader dinner last Tuesday, 7 1st steer weigh-in in preparationfor
Oct. 1, at the Lakeside Community the Bradford-Union Fair,later in
Center in Lake Butler. December there will be a session of PERMS *
Union 4-H Foundation President livestock judging school.
Shirley Kirby spoke to the parents Feb. 15-16 Union 4-H will par- Men & Women
in the Florida State Fair and
and leaders present and told them ticipate
that the 4-H Foundation had set up the state livestock judging contest Body or Curlies
guidelines for awarding a 4-H will also be held in February. .
Scholarship to a UCHS senior and In March the county 4-H competition I
active 4-H member. events will be held and in April .., *20.00HAIRCUTS
t The Foundation plans to award its ..the Bradford-Union County Fair will ,, "Reo"UOOO,, ""r" "' . I ,1 w. NOW, .
y first scholarship .next summer. be held'' -J-tiy i I. .
r Plans are now to begin taking applications District 4-H competition events
in June. are set for May along with the 4-H ,
f. The 4-H Foundation in Union Awards Banquet and the district 4Hhorse Women Reg. '14.00 . . Now 7.00
County was founded in 1981 to"pro- show. '
I r::' Men a Reg. '14.00 . . . Now $7.00'

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Outage CausedBy to Orange Park Humana Hospitaland QR-10 NOTICE TO OURCUSTOMERS
one patient was taken to Put- NEW
Broken: Insulator" nam The Quick Response Unit responded -
The cause of the three hour Palatka.Community Hospital in to two calls., One to a vehicle
outage Tuesday evening was power a Illness again was the main cause motor( home)fire and one to a brush Due to a printing error In todays 1986 Ciera LS SedanDon't
broken insulator, according to a of calls to Rescue,with 34 of the calls "Dollar Days" circular, the price
Florida Power and Light Company ilness related. Fourteen of the calls was omitted from our for11"x14"
spokesperson. were to people with respiratory pro- fire.TELMED coupon
Repairmen replaced the insulatorand blems. photo enlargements. The
power was restored to the north price, with the coupon Is $6.00.
Starke-Lawtey area at 12:30: a.m. Wa apologize for any Inconve
The entire FP&L 'north feeder'which Six calls were trauma related and .
runs north from Bessent Road four were related to vehicle accident For a copy of the free brochure ..,
in Starke, was dark from 9:30: p.m. trauma. One was a near drowning, listing Tel-Med's 215 health informa- rte
until after midnight October 8. two were drug overdose victims,one tion tapes, call '''N-sooo. One will be Gi
was a gun shot wound victim and mailed to you promptly.
three .
were obstretic patients.One
Two SentencedIn Tel-Med is a free service providedto
person was dead when Rescue the the of
community by Auxiliary
BC Sept. 23 arrived. Five calls were cancelledand Bradford Hospital, Inc. US 301 S Bradford umt.eeet.mw
two were false alarms. _.
Two defendants received final ..
disposition in Bradford County Court Buy Someone's Left Over '85
Sept. 23 before Judge R. A. Green, i Eyesight ChangesDon't
Jr.Polly When You Can Purchase a New 1986
Evelyn Crawford was charged -
with embezzling $3,900 from the Ciera LS Sedan
Family Dollar Store Sept. 1 to Nov. ,
7,1984, where she was employed at with auto transmission, air conditioning, tilt
that time. A complaint charged
Crawford took money from the lay- wheel and more
$ + fl OOQ
a-way arrested purchase May 6. program. She was The Most Effective No Needle Method 4 in Stock to Choose from lU OO

Crawford pled no contest to grand of Hair Removal Available
theft and was placed on probation
for three years. She must make Camaro El Camino
restitution plus interest at the prime
rate as directed by her probation
supervisor. In 18 months she will NECK I Pick Ups Blazers
return to court where a motion will UNDERARMS take your eyesight for
be entertained to terminate her probation granted. Having good vision often
if all the conditions have been BREAST means having the good sense to get Suburban
met. I regular eye exams, and possibly, Big Dooley
wearing eyeglasses. Make on appointment
Curtis James Cook, Jr.,23. was ARMS NAVELS loon.South.
charged in a sworn complaint by In- Custom VansIf
vestigator Don Denton with grand BIKINI UNE Eastern
theft, burglary for his part in the We Don't Have Itlll! We'll Order Itlll! !
Care Inc.
theft at Midway TV March 29.At the Eye ,
same time he was charged with Robert F. Hook M.D. :--
several cases in Clay County with
accomplice Alexander G. Cardenas. George W. Freeman M.D.
Cook pled no contest to grand theft NECK LINE HAIRLINE Diseases & Surgery of the Eye r
and was placed on probation for five / 11SHAPING 103 Edwards Road
years. He is to make restitution of 964-8588
$300 and receive assistance from BACK EYEBROWS!
Abuse Counseling. Judge Green saida IL'7
violation of the Clay probation LEGS
would be considered a violation of FAa! 301 LIQUORS
Bradford's probation also. 41 UPS
This was an appropriate sentence & LOUNGEU.S.
due to the lack of a prior record'! ,said CHIN
the state attorney's office. FEET 301 N. 964-7771 Authorized Dealer for

1 Mile North of Starke -
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I Bradford Rescue 60 responded to a SAFE EFFECTIVE. .
total of 103 calls during the month of
September, according to Supervisorof and PAINLESS COUNTRY

Emergency Services Cliff Chap- Evan on the moat sensitive parts of your body. Best of all MUSICThurs.

man.77 of the calls required the Irs "ouchless" you feel no pain especially compared to
calls! electrolysis, because there are no needles used. Justan
transporting of 79 patients, 26 Fri. & Sat. Night
touches the skin.Th.r.'s
required no transporting. Six runs electronic Instrument that never CHEVY.OLDS
1901 N.
were made by the back-up unit and no swelling or redness You can even put on Jam Session Temple
Stat Flight transported twr patients.The make-up Immediately after treatmentSound Starke, Florida
majority of the patients, 47, w/Open Mike Sunday 964-7500
were taken to Bradford Hospital. too good to be true? Come In and let one of our

Eight patients were taken to certified Pllethemotoglsts offer a free consultation/analysis/ ._. _h___' ___.__ .__
Alachua General to the
Hospital one and see for yours&f.t .
Veterans Hospital,seven were taken
,to Shands: and three to North Florida
Regional Hospital I,all\UiGainesvUl!*,' ; ; MERLE( ; nQRmAn- .
11 Five patients -were t k@i n'to\ .t118
Reception and Medical Center and --------------------
one to VA in Lake City. One patient: )
118 S.
to St.Vincent's,one to Riverside and Thompson Street CONTROL
one to Naval Air Station, all in
Jacksonville. One patient was taken 964-7355 A CHEMICAL Ce

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I. I Terwillegar Motors
ObituariesI I I

Mrs. Mattle Carter their generous and heartfelt con- "..,
Mrs. Mattie Mae Waters Carter, tributions of food and of their time to .
77, of Lake Butler, died Sunday at add comfort to our time of sorrow. \
the Bradford County Hospital In May we find comfort in sharing the ....
Starke after a brief illness. loss of our beloved wife, mother,
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grandmother, sister and friend.
Born in Union County where she
has lived most'of her life, she was anurse's Husband George Knorr, Son and / 1
wife Dave & Karen
Jackson, grand-
aide before her retirement
sons Dave Jackson III and James A. ,
and a member of the Baptist faith. .
Jackson, sisters Alice Jenkins, Fan-
Survivors include one sister, Mrs.
nie and Doris Rosier
Silcox and
Bertha Warren of Jacksonville, and
several nieces and nephews. brothers Henry, Lacy and George

Funeral services were held Silcox. --86 $100000' Discount
Wednesday, Oct. 10, at Archer Escort
Funeral Home Chapel in Lake
James T. Guy, Jr.
Butler with Rev: Ralph Durham officiating -
Burial followed at Mt.Zion Graveside services for James td _
Cemetery near Lake Butler. Archer Frederick Guy Jr., 41, of Winter
Funeral Home was in charge of ar- Park, were held at 2:30: p.m. Sundayin
rangements.C. Crosby Lake Cemetery. $7995'"L"
Mr. Guy, a long-time resident and
.Lyman GreenMr. teacher in the schools of Winter
Charles Lyman Green Sr. 70 Park, died October 3 after an extended -
of died Wednesdaynight illness. He was the grandsonof
Oct. 2, in the University the late Judge A.Z. Adkins of s' 4 Door, Clearcoal Point Power Steering,
Hospital in Jacksonville after brief Starke. Bodyside Molding, Air, Glass, Trim Wheels
illness. Mr. Guy is survived by his mother, ,r Bumper Guards and Rub Strips, Digital Clock,
Born in Columbia County, he was Hazel Adkins Guy of Gainesville, Dual Remote Mirrors, AM-FM Stereo, Cast,
the son of the late Charlie Green and and one sister,Jane Guy McBryde of w/Premium Sound System Full Size Spare

Hattie Ruth Evans Green. He had Baton Rouge, La. Light Group, Interval Wipers' Instrumentation
lived in Lake Butler most of his life Graveside services were con- Group
where he owned and operated ducted by Mr. Guy's uncle, the Rev.
Greens Bar-B-Que Restaurantthere. Henry Guy of Jacksonville. Ar-
He was a member of the First rangements were handled by
Christian Church of Lake Butler. Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home of Mustang
Survivors include one daughter, Gainesville.In Y6
Mrs. Ruth Looby of Macclenny'; five lieu of flowers, memorial con- $11 0000 Discount
sons, Charles L. Green, Jr., of Lake tributions may be made to the
Butler, A.C. Green of Ellisville. Bill American Cancer Society. LX DrR
Roberts of Greenville, Fla., Eddie
Roberts of Palatka and Dennis George A. Kennan, Sr.
Roberts of Lake City: one brother, Kennan Sr.
Mr. George Anthony ,
George Green of Lake City; four 62, of Waldo, died Friday, Oct. 4 in er.aorr. $8995'P205WSW.
sisters, Lois Batchelor of Jackson- in
North Florida Regional Hospital
ville Beach, Irma Lee O'Neal of Gainesville.Born .
Ocala,Sevena Baum of Jacksonville
Mr. Kennan
July I, 1923, wasa
Beach, and Doris Moore of Live Plant
foreman Wood Preserving ,
Oak; and 11 grandchildren. Coppers of Gainesville, and a Tilt Wheel Speed Control, Rear
Funeral services were held Satur- member of Victory Baptist Churchof / / Window Defroster, Air Conditioning, Tinted,
day, Oct. 5 in the First Christian Hampton. Mr. Kennan was an Ar- t ? Glass light Conv. Group, Power Lock
Church of Lake Butler with Rev.
my veteran of World War II. Group, Power Windows AM-FM Stereo
Raymond Baer officiating. Burial Survivors include his wife, Edith # Cass. w/Premlum Sound System Styled
followed in Memorial in
Cemetery Bennett Kennan of Waldo; one son, Road ,
Lake Archer Funeral Home of Wheels Low Back Bucket Seals 6 to
City. George A. Kennan, Jr.; four Choose fromClearcoat
Lake Butler in of
was charge ar of
daughters Carolyn Morgan
rangements.Mrs. Raiford, Elaine Kennan of Waldo,

Merle Atkinson Paula Kennan and Stephanie Ken-
nan both of Gainesville; three 86l TO
Mrs. Merle Green Atkinson 51 brothers, Ralph Kennan of Seattle, $'
died in North Carolina MemorialHospital Wash.,Dr. Lee Kennan of Ft. Myers 140000 Discount
in Chapel Hill,N.C., after a and Frank Kennan of Hollywood; six
brief illness. grandchildren and his closest friend,
Born in Raiford, Mrs. Atkinson J.C. Sasser of Waldo. or Sedan
moved to Clinton, N.C. in 1966. She Funeral services were held Oct. 7
was a seamstress for Clinton Sewing at Victory Baptist Church with Rev. ..
Company and a member of the Sap- Roscoe Creed and Rev. Bob Cooper $1 0 495'
tist faith., officiating. Burial followed in
Survivors include her husband Crosby Lake Cemetery. Jones
Gordon Atkinson of Clinton, N.C.; Funeral Home of Starke was in ,
her mother, Mrs. Nita Green of charge of arrangements. ". ,,>/" ,,
Raiford; daughter Susan Holland of > > .' Paint, Bench Seal, Auto Trans, V 6
Mt. Olive, N.C.i.; stepdaughterJeanne John C. Booth ;yti r 't d : Engine, PI95 WSW Tires w/Conventional
Oreyro of Lakewood, Ohio; Spare, Electronic Clock, Air Conditioning,
Mr. John C:Booth 66,of Keystone
son Randy Green of Mt,Olive,N.C,;'
two step-sons'Frank' Atkinson of Heights, died Thursday Oct. 3,' in .,(,Luxury Wheel pyerTmled Glas >vAM-FM
Tyler, Texas and Norman Atkinsonof Shands Hospital m Gainesville..'' 1i sBtereolx i t ,pfrom.. \, (
Cummings, Ga.; five brothers Born November 19, 1918 in Bogart,
Carlos Green, Carl Green, andLamar Georgia, Mr. Booth was a retired
Green all of Raiford Ira Aircraft Inspector for Pan
Green of Macclenny and Kirby American Airways, a member of St.
Green of Holly Hill; four sisters, Williams Catholic Church of
Beatrice Johns of Jacksonville, Lois Keystone, a member of the Knightsof
Varnes of Lake Butler Anna Lora Columbus in Jacksonville, Fla., in Discount
Lewis of Macclenny: anciSheri Millerof the Army Air Forces in World WarII $150000
Gainesville; 3 grandchildren and a member of the OX Fire Club,
5 stepgrandchildren.Funeral South Florida Branch, Miami, and Thunderbird
services were held Sun- Silver Wings Club of Harrisburg,Pa.
day, Oct. 6, in the First Baptist Survivors include: his wife, Susie
Church of Raiford with Rev. John Louise Booth; three sons, Peter of
Strickland officiating. Burial followed Keystone, James Anthony of Miami $11 ,495'CI
in Sapp Cemetery in Raiford with and John C. II, of London, Ontario; 3
Archer Funeral Home of Lake granddaughters; one grandson; one
Butler in charge. sister Lillian Herron of St.
Petersburg Beach, Fla. /
Funeral services were held Satur- arcoat Paint Split Bench Seat,V-6 Engine,
Ana A. CardenasMrs. day, Oct. 5 at St. Williams Catholic ot ; ,!;,! -' Auto Trans, Full Size, Spare, Digital Clock,

Ana Allazar Cardenas, 89, of Church in Keystone, with Father y e ti'a e r a Styled Rood Wheels Wide, Bodyside
Lake Geneva,died Monday,Oct.7 at Tom Gordon officiating. Burial Moldings, Accent Point Stripes, Air Conditioning
Gainesville after a long illness. followed in Keystone Heights AM-FM Stereo 3 to Choose from
Born December 31, 1895 in Cuba, Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home of
Mrs. Cardenas was a homemakerand Keystone Heights was in charge of
a member of the Baptist faith. arrangements.
Survivors Include one daughter,
Georgina Baker of Lake Geneva; six .J
sons, Eddy of Miami, Felix, Rene,
Elio and Joel all of Cuba, and Alexof Card of Thanks

Keystone Heights; one sister,Emma Special thanks to Archie Tanner 86 Ford Aerostar Wagon
Torres of Miami; 27 grandchildren Funeral Home Rev. Ray Williams
and 34 great grandchildren. James &: Cheryl Griffis, Mr. andMrs.
Graveside funeral services will be Allen Taylor, Vickey Busby,
held Thursday,Oct. 10,at 10 a.m., at Robin Crawford, Howard Bowen, .,.
Melrose Cemetery with the Rev. Whittle, Richard & Shelia
Margaret Fully Loaded, Aux, Air, Quad. Copt Chairs,
Lemon Ward officiating. Jones
Lee, Dora Mae Griffis, Deb-
Funeral Home is in charge of ar- bie Sheppered Taylor, Gerald&:JoAnn Grif 7 Passenger, Till, Speed, Digital Clock, V-6, '
rangements. fis Home Diamond Ackers Auto Trans., Power Windows, Door Locks *
Group ,
Group Home of Thelma Thorntonand Stereo, 6 Spks. $ 2 9 7 62
Card of Thanks all church's family and friendsof
Ruby Mae Silcox Knorr Ernest&:Janice Varnes in the loss
Blessed are they that mourn for of their son Charles Allen Varnes.
they shall be comforted. Bleu are 48 Month Lease

the relatives, friends and neighborsof
our beloved Ruby Mae for their Card of ThanksTo *

many prayers, floral tributes, con- the friends of Billy L. Hagan, $26876
tributions a
messages of sympathy the family wishes to express their
and of
kindness. Special thanksto
theBaptist appreciation for your love and con-
members of Kingsley Lake cern in our time of need.Llllie .
Church and friends and Hagan and family. 60 Month Lease
neighbors of the Silcox family for I

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I .' 'Starke ,

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CLASSIFIED.'.._..........."......nou L',,;>be sub" I .. .
miffed to the Bradford County FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT
Telegraph office{ In writing and paid In FOR SALE
advance unices credit I I. already SEVERAL ITEMS'Refrlgerator. frost-free,
tabliihed with thli office. 14 cu. ft., 2 comportment, clean, excellent MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKS ECELIAERWILEGAR
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT M cond., under $200. ELECTRIC SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 N. Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. '
HELD RESPONSIILP01! MISTAKES IN RANGE, GE white, clean, $85; Starke. Come see Ray Gouln formerlyof Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER HEATER gas circulator, 50.000 BTU, Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains 964-7498. 9/16 tfn / ?ruJjlll.9ar
THE TELEPHONE. $65; GAS HEATER' fireplace type $35. We buy and move used homes. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly
Clottlfied deadline I I. TUESDAY, Pot Dickens, Ace, Rd. In Raiford, 964.4414 or 964-4778.4126 tfn rates Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Tem.
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. 4311200. 10/10 2tchq 10/17 FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes' In pie Ave. 7/28 tin ti REALTY
Minimum charge li 15 word.for$2.79 'MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as good to exc. cond. $2700.4500 each NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 ,
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. ,$14.99 per. month. Call 964.6946.4/04 Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park BA opt For more Information call Lake
,. tfn 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Oppor, i
FOR SALE COLOR TVs $99 and up. Next to Starke 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg ,PHONE 964.7776
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CAMPER 1 n\: 35' fifth wheel AmericanTraveler ADD A ROOMi 14'(22"'3.000/ln.talled 2.93 ACRESplus mobile home. Forsyth ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N. TODAY
with 20 ft. awning,. fully elf- 3.500 dealer. 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg Rd. $12,500 cash Call 13054646827. Temple Ave. In downtown Starke.' THE
contained. price neg,, 533-2411, Call CYPRESS SAWDUST! 2 yard. delivered 9/1210tpd 11/14 $50-$75/w..k Including utilities No OUR FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS'THE FOUNDATIONOF
after 6 p.m. 5/16 rfn and spread, $20. 468. 624. 9/1212lchg 1913 FLEETWOOD MH 14x70, 38R,'2Ba, deposits required. 964-5139 or PROGRESS.
ROLLS OF HAY Fre.h cut Alecla. Arthur 11/28 CH/A, cathedral celling. Excellent con 9646566.103 TF ,
Catkin, 782-3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn PIANO FOR SALEt Wanted-retponslble dition. 964-4155. 9/264tpd 10/17 TWO BEDROOM House: near Crosby SPECIAL
IIADFORD LIME ROCK party to assume small monthly 1971 12x60 Guerdon Statler 2BR both, Lake. 964-6490 or 964-6877. 10/3 2tchg WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Efficient 2V4'
SALES payments on piano. See locally. Call very good condition, clean, unfurnished 10/10 Energy year
llmerock &Fill Dirt credit mgr. 18004474266. Itpd 10/10 $6,000. 964-7512. 10/3 TF 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city No old cedar & stone home with handsome great room
'20 yd. ..ml-loods only 14 FT. AWNING for travel troller, $30. FOR SALE OR TRADE DW trailer under 5 pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call cathedral ceilings, stunning fireplace 1900
!Phone 712-3172 3/23tfchg ALSO 25 In. color TV console, $200..Jtpd acres Joseph R. Lloyd, Rt 1, Box 512, 468.1323.1013 TF approx.
STORE BOUCHTs Furniture{ for sole at 10/10 Lowtey, 7823626. 10/3 4tpd 10/24 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. $85 sq. ft., mammoth master bedroom with king-sized adjoining
Doublewlde Home Center located THREE WHEELER 1984 Honda 200. $800. USED MOBILE HOMES for ale.. 964.6490 weekly Including utilities! Call bath plus two other bedrooms & bath garage,
North on 301 lawtey Fla. (this I I. not Call 964.6050 after 4 p.m. 10/10 TF or 9648877. 10/3 2tchg 10/10 4681323. 10/3 TF with
trailer'furniture) 6/131fnchg CAMPER TRAILER Recreation, NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES: Open 7 LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT* Concrete magic'door opener, all this on over an acre of
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for bathroom, sink, stove, refrigerator, days a week. What pleaies you patio water furnished, close to prison. beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boat-ramp & dock
ale at Olin. Home Center located on new AC and heater, double bed, twin please ut. Call 328-1669 Palatka o.k $95/mo. 964.7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best
Highway 100 Watt. This I. not trailer b.d. Was $1700, must sell. Flrtt $1100 for Walter Alvarez, Sale Mgr. Alter 5, NEED STORAGE SPACE? Starke Mini part
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg gets It. 9646991. Itchg 10/10 call Roy Well., 964-5251, Starke. EAST Storage Warehouse has 10x24 ft. for l lasta true value at $65,0001 I
TYPEWRITER Royal manual. $25. SEVERAL ITEMS Washer/dryer, PALATKA MOBILE HOME SALES Hwy storage available. Call 473-7683 for
9647739. Itpd 10/10 Westlnghouse heavy duty stack set, 17 South, East Palatka. 10/10 TF ratet. 10/3 2tchg 10/10 BARGAIN: Frame home, two acres swimming pool. $15,000.
HOLIDAY RAMBLER) 5th wheel, good good condition $75. Gas Furnace/AC NEED SOMEONE to take over' my TRAILER FOR RENT $75 and up, weekly BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford
cond. $8.000 OBO. Olin' Home Center, unit, complete good condition $100. payments on 12x65 3BR 1V Bath Will Sleepy Hollow Motel 301 N., Starke.
Hwy IOOW, dealer. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 Call 964.7266 after 5 p.m. 10/10 TFchg move at no charge. Call David at 10/33tpd 10/17 Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads water, sewage,
3-WHEELERi Hondo X200. Exc. cond. RABBITS FOR SALE Live only. $2.50 7330826. Itchg 10/10 NICE CLEAN Mobile homes for rent Jo- police protection nice neighborhood $7,0001
$1,750. Call 7823333. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 each. 7823274. Itpd 10/10 ONE ONLY: New 1984 Commodore14x70 Lu trailer park. No pets 9648810. Itpd
ELEC. HOT WATER HEATERs perfect cond. TRAVEL TRAILER 17 ft.. Fleetwlng. fully 3BR 2 bath, beautiful home. 10/10 CHARM WITH ECONOMY 1019 E. Call St., frame home with

Died one year. Call 964-5577 after 6:30 self-contained. 964-4887. 10/10 2tpd Was $18,995, now 13995. CLAYTON RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month porches, fireplace, plus an' extra lot termite clearance fine
p.m. 10/3 3tpd 10/17 10/17 HOMES, 3965 Phillip. Hwy., Jax.' and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- location reduced to sell I
TRAVEL TRAILER 1977 Cobra 5th Wheel. SEVERAL ITEMS: 1980 Chevy 'Vi ton LWB 7330821. Itchg 10/10 Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 6/27
32 ft., fully loaded $5,850 OBO. Call PU. loaded with extras. 1982 HONDA PRE-OWNED MOBILE HOME 1978 12x50 tfnchg COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Formerly the Pastry Shop 138
for more Info. 328.2228 (Palotka). MOPED like new. IH CUB TRACTOR, Summerhill. $540 down $99.58 mo. TWO. BEDROOM mobile home, 12x65 on Call St. In the Historic Section of Starke. Originally $33,000
10/102tod 10/17 too many extras to list MASSEY CLAYTON HOMES 3965 Phillips Hwy, C-100A, South of Steel Mill at Fort
ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month. FERGUSON TO-30 tractor needs motor. Jax. 7330821. Itchg 10/10 Valley campground. 9645760. Itpd reduced to $23,000.
No down payment. Call 964.6946.4/04 1800 WATT GAS GENERATOR. Call PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT 1985 14 10/3 TWO BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are
/ INCH DRILL PRESSt Rockwell Delta 9646842. 10/102tchg 10/17 wide, 2BR. w/storm door, ceiling fan. THREE BEDROOM, one bath CB house on rented and have
cash flow and
Bench: Top model, heavy duty, good GAS RANGE 1 yr. old, almond, $150 or Free delivery, $990 down $136.68/mo. 2'/t acres, $300/mo.964-5445 on Griff positive good assumable mor-
condition= $235. 4682144..ltchgJO/10_ best offer. 9647138. 10/10 TFchg CLAYTON HOMES, 3965 Phillips Hwy., Loop Starke. Adults only- Itpd 10/3 'tgages. Owner will take second mortgages for good client. 2
e -- TURKEYS & TURKEY HENS, Young Jax. 733-0821. Itchg 10/10 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On story home on Call & Church St., reduced to 37700.
Bronze, weigh 20.40 Ibs. each. Mutt 19BI 14x60 Sentury 2 BR, 1% Bath, Highway 16 W. Close to prison
sell. 9645630. Itpd 10/10 garden tub, furnished cathedral cellings. 964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. We are proud to offer a handsome

I FOR SALE MOTORIZED LARK WHEELCHAIR Runs $6,700. 9644993. Itpd 10/10 SMALL APARTMENT 1 BR, no pets. Call brick and cedar home on 37V4 acres 4BR. 2'/>Ba plus a barn.
off 2 batteries. Like brand new. $1,500 THREE BEDROOM I'/i Bath on 1 acre. 964-5584 after 530.: Itchg 10/10
IS UNIT MOTEL In Starke on Hwy original price over $2,500. Phone Cash or terms. 9644236. 10/10 2tchg NICE FURNISHED APT 2 BR, living room, 144000.
| 301 North plus living quarter 468-1941 or 4733389. 10/3 2tpd 10/10 10/17 kitchenette, BR. Lights and water fur. INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
Pool and 7 acres. Ready to build I II SEWING MACHINE In wooden cabinet, nished. No pets, no children. $200/mo. Good (land plus highway frontage. One thousand dollars
I more unit on. Inc. $75.000 to $50 good condition. ALSO, Royal 9645033. Itchg 10/10 an
$100,000. Doing good butlneti all I typewriter $25. Phone 964.8233 days HELP WANTEDFULL TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. Lights acrel!

year.Aching. 10/3 TFcha'TRAILERS. and hot water furnished. $200/mo. No .A SPECIAL PLACE AT THE WATERS EDGE Sampson Lake ap
$39.000. 20% down TRAILERS TRAILERS: 5'x8' pets.$75 deposit. 9648071. Itchg 10/10
I owner financing. 'I ill utility trailer, $650; 16' dozer trailer, TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE LOG SPLITTER: for rent by day or week. prox. 100' on water x 275' plus storage building 21900.
available! ERA Tiffin and
Call *04-* 4-S006 I" ,$1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn Owens Scholarship, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayette 9644464. Itpd 10/10 KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also
Ask Louie trailer $1,125; 10' lawn slr.gle' axle St. 964-5065 7/4 tfn TWO BEDROOM unfurnished duplex. 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled plus second
Or top at-Sleepy Hollow Motel trailer, $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 EXCITING small pets only. $225/mo., $150
I 10/3.. 10/10 ft. ramps, $100. Olin' Mobile Home Typists, Secretaries OPPORTUNITY, Needed Now. Call deposit. 124 N. Myrtle. 964.8944 days. home for family, guests or rental, several other buildings, all
Center Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. Itchg 1010FURNISHED well maintained. Owner financing.
1/10tfn Kelley Service. 371-1913 EOE. 8/29 tfn 2BR mobile home In Lawtey.No .
MAINTENANCE POSITION: Applicationsnow small children. No inside pets FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp
.,-n T yo7 -*.... SO <....... i y-*" ._ being taken for experienced 7823363. Itpd 10/10 Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Excellent invest
maintenance full
person good pay CB 3BR. 1BA close to elem. school\
time work, hospital benefit Apply at CH/A. Call evenings 9644746. Itchg ment. Owner financing.

Follow us to. ., Griffin Industries, Hwy 221, Hampton 10/10 WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Terrace -
Fla. 10/3 TF TWO BEDROOM furnished mobile home, (in the 1.96 Almost hidden
UALIFIED SERVICEMAN on mobile city on acres. from view 4 BR,
with nice yard and located In country '
homes. Prior experience needed or a $165/mo. 9645630. Itpd 10/10 2Ba approx. 2000 sq. ft., motivated seller.

0 & S '''MOTORS 'INC.I' > good S5/hn?carpenter.Olin."Hpm.' Starting pay over In HOUSE FOR' RENT, 2 bedroom, no pets. YOUR ,BEST' MOVE WOULD BE TO THIS HOUSE Saratoga
C.M.r..Appl. lost
1 .. _$2 10/3 10/31 u \ BR (could be' 8acomfortable
parson. Stchg 4733627. 0/10 21Chg'10117" Heights,93: ; ; : ''fc large family room
207 N. Temple Ave. Starke 964.7556 SALES PERSON WANTED Exp. In the ONE BEDROOM APT: 606 W. Madison St. CH&A. 35000. ,ii 1 .,"*.,..,,i ?,,, ,.. ,I. (f&teA
mobile home field other related
/Immediate Financing to All Qualified Buyers fields Olin. Home or Center, apply In Newly. Itchg remodeled.10/10 964.7005 after 8p.m. JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home In city with little

We at OSS would Ike to Wank, Sterke/Bradford County for your support. person. Be sure you have experience yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR 2Ba,
10/3 Stchg 10/31
Payments As Low As *25 per week FULL-TIME ASSOCIATES Outlaw Realty BUSINESS spacious LR with fireplace gracious Fla. room roomy utility

.' 9645478. Itchg 10/10 OPPORTUNITIESOWN room skylights, 2 util.! buildings property completely enclosed -

t 1966 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE APARTMENT MANAGER needed Im w/prlvacy fence 55000.

q MIni showpiece condition. 32.000 original miles. mediately. Call 9644214. 10/102tchg YOUR JEAN-SPORTSWEAR. : .WIDE OPEN SPACES & PLENTY OF CLEAN AIR Brick home on

10/18 ladles apparel, children, large size, five acres completely fenced Rd. 3 BR 2
Now window sticker. $te to beHevelCeitt on Forsythe Ba,
EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home combination store, petites maternity,
bo a trophy winner.x8500 assembly work. For Info call accessories. Jordache, Chic, Lee l.vl.) barn greenhouse 5 ceiling fans, many trees. $69,000.

504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 4tpd 10/10.24, EZ Street Izod, Esprit, Tomboy, Colvin LARGE LOT AT COUNTRY CLUB Lot 3 "The Woods", 180x338
.. 11/7.21 Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone Liz excellent location. 8000.
HANDY MAN with experience on Claiborne, Members Only, Gasoline,
.. chicken farm operation. Should be HealthTex. over 1000 others $13.300 GOING RESTAURANT BUSINESS In Lake Butler. Priced for

mechanical and willing to work. Call to$24.900 Inventory, training, fixtures, quick sale.'HAVE .
79 Olds 98 f Regency] 82 Buick Real! LTD 964.4709, keep calling. Itpd 10/10 grand opening etc. Can open 15 days.Mr. .
I 4 Dr.. AH/FM/ Rad 0. ) Tu-Tono. 4 ? u MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Immediate Loughlin 6128886555. Itpd 10/10 YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala

Ptd_ locks windows, mono Nice Family Cart opening for experienced part-time BAGS & SHOES Designer shoes and Imported block home approx. 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on fifty acres,

Wee Family Car $4 9 9 5 receptionist/insurance clerk. Please handbags at affordable prices! Crawford Rd., plus four chicken barns.-a good,
.,, 2495 apply by phone 9648944. Itchg 10/10 Cash in on the American Dream your
WANTED BY THE CITY OF STARKE Stock own business. Kick the habit of a boss. business. Owner financing. Buy all or part I

Clerk for purchasing dept. Must have For the novice, $20,000 for Inventory, NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.
80 chauffeur's license. Will take applications fixtures and set-up. The Entrepreneur,
Grand Prix
79 Ford LTD thru 10/24. Apply at City Hall. $40,000 for complete Implementation ., Owner financing.
Auto, A/C/ s...... Now Faint I White with Red Interior Starke. Mr. Dees Office. Itchg 10/10 W. Henry, 904-390-4172 P.O. Box * *'* -
'I ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: for SI 273, Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32240. EVENINGSBILL
r 3595 clerk/cothler. 91. Must be 32 or"older Itchg 1010BUILDING '
-_ and High school graduate Commissary 24x60 plus 2 acres: Sale or DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319IRVING
Food Store, Lawtey, 782-3017. Itchg rent Will consider Investing on 301 5 CLARKJR. 964.7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2121
77 Buick Century 81 Mazda GLC 10/10 miles South of Starke, gcod location.
WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454
.4 Dr.. white w/red Inter Sport Hatchback. 5 Speed. 9044681084. 101104tpd 10/31
oxc. cond., auto, sir. Stereo. cassette player, factory #444444444444444444 .. MAXINE BOOTH 485-1687
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78 Olds,Cutlass 84 Trans-AM .
Roberts Real Estate
River w/burg. .biter.AC Black Sold Need ? y
Auto Stereo
986 N. Ave. Starke FL
'2195 ,9600 Temple 964.6262 Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24 x

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78 Chev Monte Carlo 81 Ford Escort Wg PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Form NW of Starke pecan groves :2 wilt tun: <* lu *."

Asa Console. Bucket Rut Au a. A/C EtweoALLOPJ10NSAYALA8LE BR frame house CH&A outbuildings and many extras. HANDI! HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGSUS

$2488 JUST REDUCED 4 BR,2 BA block home on large city lot. Central -
301 Starke
heat and air $49,500.
80 Delta 88 carport.
72 Mercury CometAnte. Very Wee Famly Car COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 ---" ,_. --- -
.. 1st Cuefemor with' $ plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.Call .
'200 Oet m RMS Seed 2 9 9 5 -'
cash for details.

I j r6.&O ACRES Excellent development' property In a rapidly Carpet (Any $ 95 Scotchgard

78 Datsun B-210 80 Ford Pinto Pony growing' area of Cloy county.. Priced to sell at less that Room 14' Is

Steed. A/C Now Engine w/eH new parts $1200.00 per acre 11. : Cleanina, ,. Hal) Available

$ 1995 WATERFRONT 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin
Florida Carpet &
1.695iin Cleaning Dye Co.
*yrrfyppf r i -g Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.;

g. screened porch. This one will go fast at 57500. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe I

74 VW 73 Chevy PU MOBILE HOME On' a'1 plus-minus .acre lot with four out.,
speclaflze In cleaning and re-dyeing of wal to wall furniture
carpet, clean-
Nice Auto rebuilt
Car Car newly ing. 66' metal barn. of
buildings 21' '
Including a Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

S995 1488 possibilities. work at low low prices. Call now' to make an appointment

i Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice !
George W. Robert, Jr. Broker Call 964-4997 Call :

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GARAGE SALE Friday 9.12 and Sot. 9.2. -.

Baby cloth../ cloth* for the whole/ ONI ACRI LOT facing Forsythe Road no "NEED A TUTOR1' All subjects, K-8, Certified FOR RENT FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES
family baby car teat and down payment $75 Call ,
; baby carrier.: per mo. Teacher 533.2901 after 7. p.m.
414 W.'Washington St. Tetitone Ad. 964.5606,10/4 tin 8/22 tfnCHAIN MOBILE HOME 2 BR. $150 a month fur-
Itchg 1010GIGANTICi LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down LINK FENCE Installed Free fished or unfurnished Across from MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work

Inilde/Outilde. Oct. 1013. balanc. In five years, financing by estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. lake on SRI00. Purchase for'$50 down organ with double keyboard base kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry
EI.ctrlc chord' organ ..xrcl et owners, 964.6853,12/13 Hn. Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. 3/29 and $80 month. 4737560. tfnchg 9/26 pedal. and rhythm section $795. Call Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after
(Original Inch Master); n.w and used ACRI LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. tfn RETAIL SPACI available across fromKeystone 473.2210 weekday or 473-4648 5:30: p.m 1/5 tfnchg
Item In good condition Beautiful 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call WANT TO DRINK? Post Office Excellent loco. weekend for appointment to see tin CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In.
Chrlstmo tr.. 7V4 feet. Nice clothing 964.5606.1/03 tin THATS YOUR BUSINESS Lion Negotiable lease terms. Inquireat WURLITZER spinet piano, excellent con .. Free estlmatei. Ten years
jewelry and mlic. Items and collectors ONI ACRI LOTS ON MENG DAIRY WANT TO STOP Package Center office next door. dition. $1,000. Cherry mahogany. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for

Items. Ace: Rd. ft Hwy. 16 across from ROAD_ $3,000, no down payment, $70 THAT'SOURSAlcoholic. Itchg 10/10 Phone 4733752. tfnchg. 8/29 Craig. 5/17 tfnchg _
fir. tower In Ralford. Dickens per mo. Call 964-5606. 1/03 tfn Anonymous96441509444S949444219 RENT Oil SALE 3 BR, 2 BA brick home on I97B SOUTHWIND motor home. Gen. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng.
residence. 431.1200 Itchg 10/10 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C.227)) Gator Bone Lake. Refrigerator stove, air low mileage $13,500. Call Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac

FIVE FAMILY yard sale: Sat. Radio., 3500. no down payment $70 per mo. pd thru 11/15 dishwasher, washer and dryer A/C 473.3343 or 964-7055. 10/3 tfnchg 473.2521.8/1 tfnchg
record player furniture, jewelry, Call 9645606. 1/03 tin GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, and heat. Huge family room and WANTED Responsible party to assume CARPET CLEANING truck mounted
household Items. Clothes..t..nag.r., LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, fireplace. $450 month $150 deposit. mall monthly payment on piano. See deep steam extraction October
children, mens and'wom.n.. EI.I. 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake First and last month rent 473-2455. locally. Call Credit manager.1.800.447.4266.4tpd special one-half off on Scotchguard.
Norman. 4V4 mil. north of Stark. LAND FOR SALE Six lots, 1.2/3 ocr. per Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, Itchg 1010FURNISHED 10/10.31 C AND B CARPET CLEANING
Itpd '10/10 lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For. 4734973. 2/26 tfn 2 BR, 2 BA mobile home. 22 FT. FLOTE BOAT needs paint lob and Keystone Heights

BIG YARD SALE Frl A Sat. 9 a.m. ill?? sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball Lake front near Keystone. 4734186. new decking. Aluminum top. $300. Coll 4737770Upholstery
Brett Cole fter 8 4733115.
First Assembly of God Hwy 16 ft Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg field playgrounds. Phone 485-1861 2tchg 10/10-10/17( 10/10 p.m. Itchg cleaning
We'ldon. Itpd 10/10 WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot locatedat anytime 4/25 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two 4tpd 10310.24
YARD SALE 326 N. Walnut St. Friday and Woodland Acres, Starke. Has well BULLDOZER Wanting to do bulldozer bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. FIREWOOD FOR SALE Keystone MAKE NEW CUSHIONS dining chairs,
Methodist Church has seasoned oak
Saturday. Itpd 10/10 septic tank and light pole 8500 selling work. Hove 2 bulldozers ft looking for $150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 bar stools, camper beds. Addison
YARD SAlEi South 301 ft SW 14th St. price 500 down 135.00/month. Call work. 964-5606 7823333. A.k for tfnchg firewood. A long pickup load cut to Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg
length delivered Is $45 Call 473.3829
Cloth., oil drum jackets. Friday and 964.5606 6/13 tfhchg Mark. 8/8 tfnHODGES 10/10-10/31(
Sat.. Oct. 1112. Itpd 10/10 5.43 ACRES 646 ft. For.yth Rd. frontage CUSTOM ENGRAVING HELP WANTED or 473.2386 for delivery. Itpd 10/10 PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt
19(0 HONDA XR 80 Good condition.
BIG YARD SALE North end of 230A.( Frl $4OOO/ocre. Call 3054646827. Cash. or Trophies, nameplates, doorplates, $300 or best offer 4732877. Itchg mildew peeling paint from homes,
and Sat. Itpd 10/10 terms. 9/12 10tpd 11/14 awards, plaques, engraving LOOKING FOR MATURE RESPONSIBLE 10/10 driveways, mobile home Call Rick
YARD SALE Frl and Sat. Oct. 11.12.416 FOR SALE OR RENT 5 ocr., well septic deikplates. 24 hr. service day or eves. ADULT or couple to sit with 2 school SOFA LOVE SEAT chair 473-2452. 4tchg 10/10.10/31
N. Walnut St.. Starke. Itpd 10/10 and power pole. After 5 call 462-5102. 9044733671. 9/264tchg 10/17 age children from 3.7 p.m. weekdays, $300 electric typewriter, $125 sleeper HOUSE CLEANING have references.
'YARD SALE Fri. and Sat. at Claude Itchg 10/10 RELIABLE MH REPAIR SERVICE Painting: my home. Have 3 BR mobile home for sofa; $75 AM/FM stereo console; $65 After 5 call 473.2289. Itpd 1010MISCELLANEOUS
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Prescotfs house on Graham Rd. In 20 ACRES Lots of pine and oak trees on cool-sealing, leveling, spray washing, rent. Willing to exchange rent for childcare desk $15. 4751839. Itchg 10/10
Brook.r. S.. signs 10/10 2tchg 10/17 graded road. Off 100 near Keystone and skirting. Free estimates 9648899. and light housekeeping. 473.3104 1963 CHEVY IMPALA bluelnt.rlor. runs
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE In Lawtey. Frl ft $28.000. Phone 473-3619. Itchg 10/10 9/264tchg 10/17 after 7 p.m. Itchg 10/10 great Antique license plate, great

Sat. 9 til. 301 to 225 2 blocks from BAKER LP GAS Family owned and condition. $800. 1964 16 ft. Sportcraft PAC RAT Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture
Handy-Way. Cloth., household Items, CARS & TRUCKSJEEPS operated. We strive to give better LICENSED CLAY COUNTY ELECTRICIAN Skyliner boat 65 HP Mercury engine. appliances household Items,
some furniture, much mor. Itchg prices and service, We solicit Top pay, vacation pay insurance. Seeus New cable Tilt-on trailer overall collectables, glassware, old ,jewerly
10/10 : Is It true you can buy jeeps for$44 customer who own their own tanks. today for your future Mike Rewls or good condition $800. Huffy riding tools, etc 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26
RUMMAGE SALE Fri 9-4 and Sot 912. through the U.S. government Get the We sell and rent tanks and furnish Jeff Cook.A mower $100. 1962 Chevy needs work PRICE WAR! 50 percent off I 11 I (Super
Infants and children, maternity facts today. Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. cylinders Open Mon-Frl 8:45-6.30: Sat. ft D ELECTRIC 264.1002 $100. 473-2560. 9." days. Itcho 10/10 deluxe) flashing arrow sign $259 com
cloth., stroller playpen vacuum 609.(8/22.( 95919. 10/13)pd) 8:45.3: p.m. 1-800-635-2371 or 2596810. 100 INDUSTRIAL LOOP NORTH plete. Lighted non-arrow $247
cleaner toy.. Early Amer. .l..p.rsofa 1972 CHEVY PICKUP fleetslde $800 We 'fill cylinders at dock for $20. 10/3 ORANGE PARK HOUSES FOR SALELOG Unlighted $199. (Free letters, tubesl/).
and much more. Held Inside. CR 225 good condition. 9645930. 10/3 2tchg 3tchg 1017LICENSED Quality workmanship Warranty..
between Lawtey and prison. Padgett. 10/10 TREE TRIMMING and lawn ser INTERNATIONAL high school exchange HOMES Over 40 rustic models to locally. Extremely limited quantity
Itpd 1010'THURSDAY 1914 THUNDERBIRD PB. PS, AC AM/FM vice. Firewood for sale. Call for free program i Is seeking a local representative choose from. Send for free brochure -800-423-0163.. 10/10 fcan

ft FRIDAYi 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Stereo cassette, cruise control, remote estimates. 964-7758. 10/3 3tpd 10/17 to elect hot families and supervise Honest Abe Log Homes, Route One, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Open your
100 South clothes and miscellaneous. mirrors, auto overdrive.' 964-8092 BABYSITTING In my home. Lots of TLC exchange students Contact: Jon Pox 84CF, Most, Tennessee 38575. own jean shop ladies wear infants' ,
Itchn 10/10 from 8.5 or 964-6604 after 6 p.m. 10/3 snack provided large yard to run and Smith 5307 Northdole Blvd., Tampa FL 18002313695. 10/10 fcan children or preteen store.$14,850 com-
2tchg 10/10 play. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call after 6 p.m., 33624 10/10 fcanHOUSEKEEPER lete store including fixtures, supplies,
BOATS 1975 CHEVROLET Car, $500. 964.6490 or 9646193. Reference available 10/3 needed one day a week Lost inventory training. Free Information
964.1177. 10/3 2tchg 10/10 2tpd 1010PAINTING Whit Sands Lake area 473-2523. Itchg call Amy 19047514520. 10/10 fcan
14 FT. FIBERGLASS Boat and Trailer Call CARS $200. TRUCKS $150: NOW at local ft REMODELING quality workat 10/10 COLLIE lost in Smith Lake area. Please
an affordable For free call 473.7474 If found. Itchg 10/10
surplus sales. Call price a
5 p.m. 964-8081. 10/3 2tpd 10/10 CARS TRUCKS
estimate, 964.8609.10/10 ,
GLASTRON IS'/t ft.. 65 hp Mercury 1-518-459-3535 for your directory to TFchgMOTORCYCLES .. --r lI1I
w/tllt trailer new built-in gas ,tank purchase. 10/10 3tpd 1024IT & BOATS
new battery great fish or ski boat. IS TRUE you can buy Jeeps 'for $44 1 .
964-7901 after 6 10/3 2tpd 10/10 through the U.S. Government? Get the ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC.
p.m. ,
facts today! Call 13127421142. ext. 1985 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler 1f77 GMC JIMMY Air conditioned
609. 4tpd 10/17. 31, 11/14,28. 1700. OBO. Good condition. 782.3333 automatic stereo low miles, clean In
FLORILAND 1914 T-BIRD Loaded. Has 48,000 miles 8/8 tfn side. $3000 or best offer 4732846.
warranty. Excellent condition. Takeover 1982 YAMAHA 650: Maxim dressed In. Itchg 10/10 R

pmts. Will take trade-In. cluding faring lowers saddlebags, 1979 DATSUN $500. Good running con I I '
REALTY 964.7076.10/10 2tpd 10/17 luggage rack sissy bar headers, dition. 475-1402 after 6 p.m. 2tpd Realtor '

964-7700 1982 PLYMOUTH: 4 dr.. Champ beige, cruise, one helmet, $2,250 FIRM. 10/10.10/17
393 N. T.mpl. A... AC excellent cond. ALSO like new 964-8092 from 8.5 or 964.6604 after 6. 1971 CHEVY PICK Rebuilt 350 engine. <
V.,nl'. P. Odom Srolm-ORI utility trailer covered metal roof. Call 10/3 2tchg 10101971HONDAMATIC750 Three speed radio and heater. Good yy rt
Joy Thornton AiMdato T.H. Bement 9646439. Residence 1221 : less than 16,000 condition. $1500. After 4 4737720. 964.5065

Bradford' St., Starke. Itpd 10/10 miles. 7823253. 10/3 2tchg 10/10 Itchq 10/10
1973 YAMAHA 750 9647654. Itpd 10/3
2.39 Acres, In city 3 BR, 2 BA, brick 1971 TOYOTA CHINOOK CAMPER LAND FOR SALE
home, most desired area. Ready to 45,000 miles, great MPG toilet stove, 1984 BLACK HONDA GoldWing 1200 cc. 6 OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOUI
ref sink sleeps 964-8568 days or mos. old mint condition $4,200. 124
sell. Call for more details. 9604-5176.v... 10/10 TFchg N. Myrtle St. 9648136. Itchg 10/10 LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500.
; Less than 2 Years Old: Brick home In Owner will finance. $164 month.
country with 6 or more acres. HOMES 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
loaded with extras. Beautiful car. Bestoffer TIONS available.
ollt Acres, good hunting woods, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg FOR SALE LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready now exclusively
to move on. Power well, and. i
some owner financing. RENAULT LE CAR 1979 35,000 miles, RESIDENTIAL
020 Minutes from Gainesville High ft fence. 6499. 392-0985 or 473-3024.
$1550. 964-8848 or 4733627. 10/10 *GARDENERS DELIGHT this unusually kept lot. 3 bedroom 2 bath
Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13 on
dry land highway frontage, excellent 2tchg 10/17 3 BR I'/i BA HOME: Saratoga Ht.., corner ,
owner financing good for lot. Enclosed garage, CH&A. Phone IMPROVED LOT for sale, outskirts of mobile home In quiet neighborhood near Kingsley Lake.
- - 9648652.3/21 tfn Keystone Heights. $8000 cash or owner *GREAT STARTER HOME 2/1 Central H A A, remodeled, nice size lot and
,. Commercial Iulldhigtoep.c.lfer r WOODEN HOUSE:20x20. tin roof block. financing. $500 down with $166.83 detached garage. Only 25900.
.f monthly for 5 WALL TO EVERYTHING 25300.: Frame home .. ....
payments only
pi business, plus Income property. 'I Bargain>< Center, Inc. : .d up ready to move 50000431.1050 year r'
: I ,I tfn 4733024. 4tchg 10/10.10/31 EXCLUSIVE KINGSLEY LAKE area A beautiful well constructed' home with

CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE: 3 BR, 1 1/2 lake access too.
I Electrical ft Plumbing I I bath large back porch CH/A with YARD SALE *LARGE FAMILY? Large home, large lot, small price. Call now!

I Mobile Home Supplies from 1 to 10 acres land on tR 225. *STARTER HOME: In family oriented neighborhood $33.000.
Janet M. Paneling Cabinets I I, 964.6530.9/5 tfn RUMMAGE SALE Saturday October 12 MOVE IN NOW Well-built home with space to grow priced to ..11. conveniently -
PRESTIGIOUS NEIGHBORHOOD: Cornerlot for The Friend. of the Keystone Heights located
I 2 Comm.rclollc.male.r. I II 3 BR, 2 baths CHI A. 66000. Heaters, chairs, clothes,
StarlingRealtor Make 350 Ib*. a Day I 1 I Library. *ELEGANT HOME In country over 2500 sq. ft., on 3'/ acre, many extras.
Phone 964-6201. 4tpd 9/5 EOW 10/17 phones, swing etc. 9.4 p.m. library Appointment only.

I Capacity I I BY OWNER: Concrete block 2BR. Ba. In plaia. Itpd 10/10 *MELROSE LANE: Nice 14 wide 3 BR, 2 bath MH on 1 acre with workshop.
town. Central heat and air 9% GARAGE SALE Saturday Oct. 12, 93.
I QUALITY FOR LESS *IMAGINE Nice place to live/for only $22,000.
-II ACRESiWell septic tonk.pondop.n I I assumable mtg. 9646484. 9/26 3tpd Fairway Ave. one-half block fromWoman's COLONIAL CHARMER Beautiful 2 story completely remodeled walk to
10/10 Club. 10/10
air barn. $33,500 I downtown all modern amenities. Appointment only.
ACRES 964-6679 US 301 South I I
5 ACRES 10
$12,500 -
; FIXER UPPER: .molllnv..tm.nt plus hard work equals large profit. Call to.
25000. Excellent Terms. TF house, excellent location, city. inside Two miles east on SRI00. Clothes, antique
L --------J I newly redone In good condition tools, some antique furniture. Itpd day.ALL
4.87 ACRES: Well septic tank. 17x35 --. -.. medium to small down payment. 10/10 EXTRAS: great room stone fireplace, water to air heat pump
Tallman pool 'fenced/cross-fenced. Phone 964-8251 for oppt. 10/3 TF speaker system Florida room right price'
$25.000. INCOME 5.31 acres can be split In developing area. Sell some save the
-4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. Shop Compare LOSTFOUNDLOST immaculate 1440 sq. ft. mobile home.

-5 Ac.: Paved frntg. 12500. Special Insurance for COUNTRY ESTATE: You'll love this spacious brick home featuring

-12 ACRE: Old farm house. Beautiful Mobile Home Parks RED MARE HORSE: mane clipped OWNER lovely 28X64. 3 BR 2Vt BA driveway chain link fence, barns, on 9.74 beautiful acres.

Oak. 32500. All types of homeowner back hoof old and split. If found call fully loaded 1 year old must see to *PEACE AND QUIET: then you'll love this 3 BR 2 both ranch style on 4'/
OLD BUILDING In Lawtey 8500. policies for Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn appreciate. No equity assume mortgage acres

LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. mobile homes. LOST 10/2/85: Large calico cat with must be moved. 473-7311. 4tpd BELIEVE IT OR NOTI I Real yellow pine paneling In this roomy home designed .
-50 Ac50000. 1 yellow collar In Woodland Dr. area In 9/19.10/10 for
Call for Quote family living.
3BR 2BA Beaut. Landscaped Lot. Keystone. REWARD. 4732675. Itchg 1974 MOBILE HOME-12X65 ft.. 3 BR on *TWO BEAUTIFUL MH's on 1 acre lots. See these before you decide on any
$39.500. Hwy 16 West. Olin's MobileHome 10/10 83X103 ft. lot in Keystone Heights, others.

2BR 2BA In the Country. 29900. near schools. $16,500 assumable mar *GREAT PLACE TO RETIRE over 1000 sq. ft., DW MH on one well kept acre.
Sales tgage. C. B. Issac Realty Inc.
904-47S-2199. 9/26
2 BR MOBILE HOME $150 a month furnished
P.O. Draw.rM Elaine M. Olin Agent or unfurnished. Across from Cypress and stone compliment this unique home designed 'for enter

301 S. Lawtey 'Bulldozing lake on SR100. Purchase for $80 month taining. Includes POOL, Jenn-atre grill two fireplaces. Wet bar four
.964.5606 Back Hoe $50 down. 4737560. 10/10 tfn chg bedrooms, two baths. Over 2500 sq. ft. Call for private thawing.
-Fill Dirt
.., t *FREE Credit check by phone for Broker/owner.
Clay A Top Soil new or used mobile home Call now.

Ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126. 4tchg BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGEIN
MURRHEE CONSTRUCTION 10/10-10/31 CITY 200x355', zoned R-2A with an assumable mtg.

HELP WANTED *WOW* New doublewlde, masonlte *CONVENIENT TO GAINESVILLE 4 rolling acres zoned for homes or

473..<<175 Days siding shingle roof fireplace. All for mobile homes. 11900.
473-7153<< $15,900. Call ask for Mr. Fox at *CLOSE TO WORK AND PLAY between Starke and Country Club lovelylot
J Openings available for prior service military personnel in Night 351.2126.4tchg 10/10.10/31 unusually large

the Naval Air Reserve Program In Jax. 10/10-11 *OWNER MUST SELL* Doublewide *YOUR GREEN ACRE 1 to 3 acres In country setting. Terms con be workedout

and available In patrol $239 month. Fireplace, masonite !
Ground flight crew positions UlL siding shingle roof low down.

transport, helo and attack squadron.Call Delivered to your lot no charge. Call FARMS AND ACREAGE

collect 90.<<.772.3351 for further information. Protect Your Home ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126. 4tchg COUNTRY LIVING on 7.1 cleared acres with 3 bedroom, 2 bath home.

9/12 4tchg 10/10 And Save 25%' 10/10.10/31 Addition well A septic.
*USED HOMES* starting at $2995. "
*3/l an B'/i ACRES 37900. "let's design a mtg. lust for you.
On All Maintenance-Free ExteriorsCut Some low down. Call, ask for Mr. Fox
*WIDE OPEN SPACES: Beautiful .setting 3 BR, 1 '/. bath birch veneer
-I Brick and Stone at 351.2126.4tchg 10/10.10/31
_ Coquina Shell REPO* 3/2 mobile home, $199 barn workshop, pecan trees, fruit trees, fenced timber and posture
r Vinyl or Aluminum Siding month assumable delivered to your *COUNTRY QUIET Owner will finance 20 acres minutes from 301. Call

1 :CAVERN''- H. OUTLAW lot. Call ask for Mr. Fox at 351-2126 today.

Broker CALL TODAY FOR FREE 4tchg 10/10.10/31

L I Res. 9S.<<.5.<<78 I 2 BR, furnished total electric, screened *SOUND INVESTMENT plenty of' room to expand on 6 acres 7 unit apartment .

I ., 'RtALTO. Homes Beautiful porch. $15,500.473.4075. Itpd 10/10 complex. Located on Hwy 301.
t Associates ._. 12X70 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA A/C, LOVE TO WATCH YOUR CASH AT WORKI! Invest retailprofessionalunits
of N. Fla. close to town. Very nice Available 39800. Across from Bradford Square!

E 964-4522; DAVID L. DODGE. MSA Starke, Fla. Oct. 15. $245 month. 4732730. Itchg, *RENTAL COMPLEX: one with 3 units, the other with 4 unit.. Good Income
," Res. 964-5370 : MOBILE HOME: for sale by owner large reported.

,!3ARKE.FL: ..' KAY C. WATERS 964-6766 /i, acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR 2 bath *PROFITABLE BUSINESS reported and large brick veneer split level home
mobile home. CH/A central water
j Across from y Re..96.<<.6941 Guaranteed Savings furnished new carpet front and rear on 1,97 acres.
Normans Market -- decks, owner financing. 4681323.
e Full Real Estate Office e
U.S. 301 South, ... 10/10 TFlark *JUST RIGHT FOR THE FISHERMAN Secluded 2 bedroom 1 both home on

"We Do A rolsale" A Crosby Lake Inlet.
r. *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE: 301 North 58 acre.. Heavy In pine timber $100.000. I 1111 *LOVE,THAT PRETTY LAKE HOUSE Keystone area. Great view tool

I Highway frontage on South 301.
*.SOUTHGATI COMMERCIAL AREA Contemporary 3 BR 2 BA. CH/A, chain link fenced back Eourtiujo & Associate* int. Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
Sal..Manager- Evenings 964-404B
Only 53900. ,
A..um. mtg.
yard..I ACRE MINI-FARMS Horse ranch. Land In pasture, 3 BR 2 BA, super kitchen .. REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene
.. L. Faulkner 944-S142 EIIse Johns 513-2116

....HIGH..900.i DIY Building_ lot with beautiful oak tr_.. Keystone aroo. 4500. MOBILE HOME LOTS- Suaann. Kitchen 964-7630 Bob Matthew 964-7211

.LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acres, pecan trees barn Lou Young 964.7525 Lee Hardenbraok 473-7144
* *
and work.hop. Sae It, you will love it. SI28.500.chain link fenced backyard. 49900. From '/.. acre to 2.5 acres. Newly opened'.ectlon has community Lee Hardenbrook .Appraisals
AREA Brick 3 BR; 2 Ba carport.
I READY TO LIVE IN for only 21500. Owner financed. I.r. city. water.-These lots, can be sold complete with septic
all hookups In excellent cond. VA financing tank and Carol Warner 964-4992
*9SO OOUSLBWIDI on one acre, power pole. r '

CTYollable. $2".900. From $41.00 month e Call 'for details. .
l *
oH 16 W. Only 74900.
Excellent location, lust
all 6menltle.BUILDING LOTS AND ACRIAGEI OWNER FINANCED.ThfnkingofHuytngOrSelling Also, several Farm Home approved lots. Rental Available
r Properties./ '
We- Division
? Call t/.. Realtor/Builder 473-7060<< Property Management

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Page 10 BSECTION October 10, 1985

i News Briefs f r ,

I ', of'' John'Corkey Bradley, 19, was arrested County dS ,
Sheriff Reddish Harold R. Higgenbotham Sept 17 for DWS, accordingto T

'Good 01' Boy' while Lawtey license was arrested suspended for(DWLS driving), Trooper Williams. He was released CARS & TRUCKS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE '
after a surety bond was posted
In Don Roberts. OUT OF AREA
Recent.MagazineIn according to Trooper 174 Ch.vrol.Malibu Classicen.ownN .
He released after a $235 surety Registered Quarter Horse Great Shop
the October Issue of the was Bruce A. Van Kooten, 44, was arrested -exc.il.nt condition very clean, ,
Jacksonville Today, a story on Uu, bond was posted. Sept. 13 on a warrant charg- call 4962063. D pd. 10/10 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECI OF PRO. Ward.Coll 496-2620.9/19 4tpd.day 10/10 or night. Dean
valid license PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find It. Just
'Good 01' Boys', Included five small Michael Alan Black of Gainesvillewas ing no driver's accor- Deluxe Zenith 28" Color TV' In beautiful
town sheriffsor chiefs of police in arrested Sept.28 for DUI,according ding to Lt. Dempsey. He was released HOMES FOR SALE ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. walnut cabinet, was 729.95 now
496-2126 496-2903, "YOUR
after' a $105.73 cash bond was or eves.
north Florida, Bradford's Dolph $286.50 or take of $24.69
to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." Hn up payment*
Reddish was one of the five. Black was stopped for failure to stay posted. GOVERNMENT HOMESt From $1, (U Land For Sale Approximately 3 acres. per month. Interested parties make a
All five officials were described as within a single lane and crossing the repair). Also d.llnqu.nt tax property.Call Partlcally wooded, well and septic free call, collect for Mr. Whit at
liking to 'help people' and they all center line. lie was released after a Alphonzo Covington, 25, was arrested 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for In- tank, mobile homes okay. Hale and 733-0945, betwen 9 A.M. and 9 P.M.
found the best to do their job for battery Sept. 11, accor- 9/19 4tchg. 10/10
way $325 surety bond was posted. formation. 8/29 Btpd 10/17 Associates Real Estate, Inc. Call
was to 'treat people the way you'd ding to Investigator Aderholt. He By Owner Larg. house, almost on.acre, 496-3939 or 4623068. chg. tfn Lumber 2'x4'x8', treated $1.49 each,
to be treated.' was released after a $105.75 fine was dr*..ed. 2'x4'x8' treated rough $1.25
want lot SR121. Call
Luther M. Moody,. 64, of Starke corner on Mountain Land for sole by owner. $100
Included in the article was Welaka paid. Itpd. 10/3 down each. 4'x4'x8 $3.35 each. 2'x4'x8'
was arrested Sept. 25 for DUI, owner financed two acre tracts,
Police Chief Sam Hogg, Nassau Homes o..r'.o' rustic models to pressure treated $1.69 each. You load.
DWLS, according to Sgt. Wilkinson.He Log nearby 3,000 acre lake, 1 1/2 hours
County Sheriff Laurie Ellis, In- was released after a $535 surety Anthony L. Aaron, 26, was arrested choose from. S.nd for free brochure north of Atlanta. 1(404)276-2727( ) or Limited supply call 732-4166LaK( City)
terlachen Police Chief Larry bond for DWLS Sept. 11, accordingto Honest Abe Log Homes, Rt. 1, Box 14042763668.( ) It 10/10 9/26..tpd. 10/17 .
Wilburn, and Crescent City Chief was posted Investigator Aderholt. He was 84CFm Moss, Tennessee 38575. Anxious to sell 3.17 acres for $6.3<10, 5 Price Warl 50 percent off Super deluxe

Joe Anderson.' Kindal Mobley 26,was arrested released after a $105 cash bond was 1(800)231.3695.( ) It 10/10 acres for $10,000 cash Call for free flashing arrow signs $259 Complete.
Sheriff Reddish said he wasn't Eugene posted. Three bedroom frame home, for sal. byowns brochure of area. Country Rivers Real Lighted, Non-orrow $247. Unilj'hted
sure how he was chosen to be'good Sept. 25 on a capais charging Gene central heat/air, 5/8 ocr., city ty, P.O. Box 207, Fort Whit., Fl. 32038. $199. (Free letters tubes!) Qualify(
ol' boy" for the article but was flat- DWLS, according to Deputy after $100 Ray Thomas Crews of Lawtey was lot at 955 S. Lake Ave., Lake Butler. (904)497-3303) Anytime. It. 10/10 workmanship. Warranty. See locally
tered. Lee. He was released a arrested Oct. 6 for DUI, wilful wan- Call 4962976. Itpd. 10/10 Grand Opening Next 5 parcels sold geta Extremely limited quanlty.
cash bond was posted. 1(800)423-0163( ) onytlme t. 10/3
$1,000 ; reduction
ton reckless driving and fleeing attempting price through Oct.
Divorces ,Finalized 31, 1985. Ten acres rolling Guns In new to excellent condition.,
to elude, according to BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES pasture
of Starke
Edward Derell Mathis scattered large old oaks, Browning BLR243, swivels and sling
In Bradford in Sept.The Patrolman Hinds.Crews' blood pine
was arrested Sept 23 for wilful- alcohol content was .19 percent, he dogwood. Some completely wooded In $300, with 3x9 VARI.XII Leupold scope
reckless driving and improper Winchester 942MXTR and swivels'
wanton $500
following marriages were released after a $745 large trees. Starting as low as $23,000. ;
was surety
dissolved during the month of tag, according to Patrolman bond Franchise Debit the mobile bookkeeping Owner will finance with as low as$100 $275 with 2x7 VARI.Xll) Leupold scope
was posted. one.
September in Bradford County. John Hodges. He was released aftera ,.", ''c.. Outstanding down. Country Rivers Realty, $<450; Browning 22 Autorifle break
$157.50 cash bond was posted. opportunity (9044973305.) It 10/10 down model $235; Savage Fox model B
Charles Alfred Swafford of for growth and Incom. potential.
30, 12 30 Inch barrels $275 SavageFox
Tony M. Cowart & Sandra L. Thirty-two acres planted pines Secludedat gage ;
Accountants Investors welcome
Starke arrested Oct. or
7 for DUI
Cowart. Robbie Jenkins, 43 of Brookerwas was Low the end of the road, but only I 12mll.s model B20 gage, 26 Inch barrels
arrested 24 for disorderly and DWLS, according to In- Investment high return uniqueconc.pt.1(800)331.2491. from town. Owner will finance $275. call 4962001. 10/102tfr. 10/17
Charles Dwain Hendrix &: Kelly Sept. ( ) 1t 1010Open
Judith Hendrix. conduct, according to Marshal Dar- vestigator Aderholt. Swafford'sblood with $1,000 down, balance over 15 Dresser Two chest of drawers, dining
alcohol count was .19 percent, your own jean shop-ladles wear- table, couch and chair. Call 4%-2173,
at 12
years percent interest. Owner
rell L.t'illiams. Jenkins charged
was -
Micheal Kitchens &: Judy A. Kit- Infants, children or preteen ,'or..
chens. with causing a disturbance. Bond he was released after a $535 surety fixtures will also divide property Into smallerparcels. after 6 P.M. or 4963798. 10/3 2tfr
$14,850 complete store Including
Linton Robinson &:Edna E. Robin- was set at $300, he was released on was posted. supplies. Inventory, training. $1,800 per acre. Country 10/10
Piano Wanted
his own recognizance.Cecil Free Information call Amy Rivers Realty, ((904)497-3305) Anytime.P.O. : Responsible party to
Delmar J.Williamson Jr. 22 Box assume small monthly on
son.Robert ,was 207 Fort White, Fl. 32038.
1(904)751-4520.( ) It 10/10
O. O'Steen & Melanie C.
: arrested DUI Write for free piano. See locally. Call credit
arrested 28 Oct.3 for according to brochure. manager
O'Steen. Gibson was Sept.
Trooper Roberts. He was released 18004474266.( ) 10/103tpd. 10/24
Thomas B. Bednarz & Sharon for disorderly intoxication, accor-
Kay Water Heater Twenty gallon State Scout,
after a $325 surety bond was posted. INSURANCEMAINES
Bednarz. ding to the Union County Sheriff'sDepartment. MOBILE HOMES 120 volt like new. $40. Powell's
Norma C., Parish &: Gerald S. Bond was set at $100, 4963377. Itpd. 1010Kltch.n
he released his own Milton C. Fortner, 22, was arrested INSURANCE ACENCYl 160 S.
Parish. was on cabinets and materials.Moke .
Oct. 4 on a warrant from Dun- 1973 Klngswoad 12x60', two bedroom, Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. building
Shelton D. Boxley & Betty J. Box- recognizance.Julio offer. Call 431-1737. Itchq. 10/10
on. bath, window Air-conditioner,
nellon charging improper tag and Complete Insurance Service tfn
ley.Zannie DWLS according to Sgt. Paul 3900. Cash Call Powell's 4963377.
Ortiz 34 arrested YARD SALE
A. Brantley & Barbara C. ,was Sept. Itpd. 10/10
25 fcr burglary, according to Sgt. Rhoden. LOST
Brantley.David 191214'x56' Two bedroom, on.bath, unfurnished ,
L. Powell & Clarice Powell. Wilkinson. He was released on his John Rafko, Jr. of Lake was many extras, like new. No Big' Sale Friday and Saturday Oct. 11'
Henry F, Hodges'Jr. & MichelleL. own recognizance. arrested Oct. 5 for DUI according City to down payment, assume mortgag. Will Reward! Lost female yellow labrador. 12. Couch, table, dresser bunk bed
Hodges. consider rent to own. Call "496-3206 One and half year old. Answers to frame, wheel chair, odd chairs lots of
Marvin W. Ford & Edna C. Ford. Kenny Allen Moore, 22, was arrested Trooper Roberts. Rafko's blood after 6 P.M.. Itpd. 10/10 (Amber). Lost in Worthington Springs other things. 420 S.W. Third Ave. Itpd.
Virgil F. Heiken & Janie Heiken. Sept. 26 on a violation of probation alcohol content was .11 percent, he Area on Oct. 2. Call 454-1130 (collect). 10/10
David Allen Reher & Dixie G. B. for possession of cannabis was released after a $325 surety Itchg. 10/10 Furniture and Building Materials Saturday
Reher. according to Investigator DavidAderholt. bond was posted. Found Walker Hound. Call and identify Oct. 12. Dining table and chairs
He was released after $75 FOR RENT 496.2223.Itchg. 10/10 sofa, lighted wall unit. Sheet rock and
Explore Special cash was paid.William Joseph Neal Schatt,Jr.of Daytona other misc. building materials. SR238
Interest Field Beach was arrested Oct. 7 for DUI, TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR HELP WANTED from Lake Butler to CR791 on left go
E. Hobson was arrested according to Trooper Ethridge.Schatt's RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150 approx. 4 miles to row of moll boxeson
If you are a high school student, Sept. 30 on two counts of worthless Blood alcohol content was Main Street Lake Butler. Phone right (one block from SRI8)), mobile
male female between .18 percent. Port Time International High exchange home at dead end of dirt
or the ages of check, according to Investigator 496-2261 for Information tfn road. phone
14 and 20, please read this article. Aderholt He was released after Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished. program Is seeking a localrepresentative 496-3206 Ipd. 1010SHARP
Are you interested in Emergency restitution was made. Jarotha Jean Morris, 28, was arrested call 96<4-63S5 or 496-2751. $275 to select host families
Medicine or'any part of the medical Oct.3 for worthless check, according month, first last, and security deposit ahd supervise exchange students Con VCR's
tact Jan Smith, 5307 Northdale Blvd.
field? If so, you will have an oppor- Joe Brown was arrested Oct. 1 for to Investigator John Tilley. tfn/chg Tampa: Fl. 33624. It. 10/10 For Sale
tunity to explore this special interest retail theft, according to Patrolman She was released on a $150 surety Room In private home for congenial person $279 plus tax

field during the coming year by join- Hodges. He was apprehended by bond. non-smoker, references required.Call Cash & Carry
ing the Explorers.This program will store personnel in Eckerd's. Brown 496-3087. tfn PERSONAL SERVICESNETTLES HOME '
be offered by the Medical ExplorerPost Double-wide Mobile Home Three
was released after a $210 surety
460 with sponsorship from bond was posted. Land Sales bedroom, two both, utility building, on TREE SERVICEi Tree removal ENTERTAINMENTCONCEPTS
Bradford County Emergency Ser- five acres with dog pens surroundedby and pruning. Also firewood, oak and

vices. An open house and registration Dannie Cal Stewart was arrestedOct. Land sales in Bradford County for management area. $250 per month pine for '01.. Call Thomas Nettles Bradford Square
for prospective new memberswill 1 for DWLS, according to the period August 20 through $100 security deposit. Coll 4963823. tfn 12/22 964-6946
(9042942050.) 10/1021pd. 10/17 .
be held on Monday October 14th
Dean Pescia He
Trooper was September 19 amounted to Mobil. Home Two
bedroom on. bah,
between 5 and 8 p.m. The location is released on a $210 cash bond. $1,298,225. :
furnished. In nice park, fenced yard, r
the I
Services 1
Emergency building
"i on The following sale prices are utility house. Adults only, no pets.
812A North Grand Street. Bring a Herman Willie Lee, Jr. was arrested determined from the amount of state $180, plus security deposit, references. Keystone Ads Cont..... -
parent, if possible, and stop by for Oct. 1 for DWLS and DUI, according documentary stamps affixed to War -!> {Powell's "96-3377..1tpd. 10/10 ..It."e
more information or to sign up for an to Patrolman Michael ranty Deeds recorded with the Of- ..
exciting year with the Explorers.For Paris. He was released on a $535 fice of Clerk of Circuit Court. IN RAIFORDi Clean trailer with stove REAL ESTATE BUSINESS '
additional information call bond. Week ending Aug 30... and refrigerator. Call 4311851. Itpd
Dana at 964-5317. 10/10 32 ACRES planted pine. Secluded at the OPPORTUNITIESFRANCHISE
Christopher John Wynn of Mid- Register Gas Company, Inc. sold a 'aoaoaoo end of the road but only 1'/. miles
parcel of land on U.S. 301 at C.R.221
Recent ArrestsIn ,
from town. Owner sill finance with one The mobile
dleburg was arrested Sept. 30 on a Subscribe
south of Today/
Hampton to Griffis Gas of bookkeeping service. .
$1000 down, balance 15 Outstanding
over at opportunity
Bradford for worthless check years
capias accor-
Starke, Inc. for $10,000. UNION COUNTY TIMES 12 percent Interest. Owner will divide for growth and Income
following individuals were arrested ding to Investigator Aderholt. He Evelyn G. Kane sold lot 7 of BlockA 496-2261 r property Into smaller parcels. $1800 potential Accountants or Investors
released after he made restitu-
recently in Bradford County was tion. Seminole Ridge, Unit 4, to John S. per acre. Country Rivers Realty ((904)) welcome Low Investment high return,
by local authorities. &: Sherry R. Drago for $88,000. 497-3309 anytime. P. O. Box 207, Fort unique concept. 18003312491. 10/10
David F. Wager sold lot 5 of Block Subscribe Today! White, FL 32038. Write for free fcan

Timothy Calvin Wadford, Jr., 48, John Alexander Hawkins, 34, of 6, Saratoga Heights, Unit 2, to LAKE REGION MONITOR brochure. 10/10 lean
of Starke was arrested Sept. 22 for Hampton was arrested Sept 23 for Robert C. &Shirley Gillis for$28,000. 473.2210 ANXIOUS TO SELL 3.17 acres for$6340.
DUI according to Sgt. Wayne DWI, no tag and possession of Jennings W. & Patricia A. Starling 9 acres for $10,000 cash. Call for free
Wilkinson, Wadford's blood alcohol marijuana-more than 20 grams, according sold 1.35 acres on S.R. 18 west of 3*********************** brochure of area. Country Rivers Realty M Price Sale

content was .19 percent. He was to Lt. John Dempsey, Bond Graham, to James W. & Sherie J. ;j P. O. Box 207, Fort White, FL 32038 On SelectionOf

released after a $325 surety bond was set at $1,550 he was released on Carver for 2800. FOR RENT GRAND((904)) 497-3303 OPENING anytime Next 10/10 S parcels fcan sold Gifts

was posted. his own recognizance. See Page 11 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home. 7 miles get a $1000 price reduction through The Office Shop

I *Me BBBBBMMMM BHB MBBB BBBBB BBIBMBMBBBMBMBMBMWB BM ai BB lB HBl I j > South of Starke on 301. Furnished. Oct. 31, 1985. 10 acres rolling pasture 110 W. Call St.
; | Days 964-5SM or Eves 1-461-1777. scattered large old oaks, pine,
< > Itchra10aa4Naa4aNNaiaK dogwood. Sam completely wooded in Starke, 964-5764

large trees. Starting as low as $23,000.
Owner will finance with as low as $100 .
down. Country Rivers Realty, ((904)) --

MOUNTAIN 497-3305. 10/10 LAND fcan- for sale by owner Steve Broadway

$100 down, owner financed 2 acre
GR.E SALES tracts, nearby 3000 acre lake. One and TREE SERVICEIs

End of Season Special one-half 1-404-276-2727 hours or north 1-404-276-3668.of Atlanta. How

$4995 10/10 fcanNeed BROADWAY & WALTERS I

Inground swimming pools, complete Removal
Installation with filters motor Trimming
and free chemicals. *
100% Financing No Down Payment Stump Removal
Florida State Certified Company Custom Firewood

I Ph. 399-5685 Anytime) Collect Draperies? Free Estimate

'/26.2126 Call Loma Stephens 473-4732 473.7679]

496-2219 After 5 P.M.

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17-62 Ba two story home on 20 ac., stocked
We Finance Our Own pond pool, playhouse for kids, fenced
I KIRBYS TRAIN NOW FOR enjoy great privacy. Will split.
df/rr ROYALS CIVIL SERVICE 'J413-I 1/4: acre, paved road, 1V4 '
M EUREKAS EXAMSNo mile to tgwnt': 'Owner! will finance.
tlZr4brwrxw HOOVERS Low down. ,
ELECTROLUX High School Necessary #..00-.9 1/3 acre near Graham '

FILTER QUEENS Positions Start As High As timberland, owner financed, low
SEARS down.
COMMERCIALWe $9.22 HOUR J411--3 BR 1 Bo on 5' acres In
WE GUARANTEE RESULTS repair all make e POSTOFFICE e CLERICAL j Lawtey.;Home In excellent condition
INSPECTORS' closed garage.
Run I"Young'sSinc. Keep Present.1obMlttIl. 1412--3 BR 1 Ba, on Market Rd.
a For Sale Ad in Classifieds and if your item doesn't sell, we 4t Home Fcr Government lk.pering Cfxeins pllances cookout grill Ap-

will run the same ad for free TWO ADDITIONAL TIMES. 19579U6918 Writs A Include Phone No. here. Assume mtg. many extras

National Training *405-3 BR, 2 Ba block, CH/A, carpet '

:, Call today and turn that unwanted household item into cash! 3 Mile north of Service Inc. ly lovely$9.000 landscaped down. yard. In town. On-

Starke P.O. Drawer A ,1399- 3 BR 1
on US 301 I ba corner fenced yard,

You must ,call to let us know if ad is to run the second week. Starke, Florida 32091 'lat I In town$39.900.395..Lav.ly block. CH/2 air units, priced

1 '
,\' 2 BR home In country..
I One acre parcel many fruit Ir_.. ;
!'work.hop. Owner will finance.
964-6305 473-2210' OFFICE SPACI FOR RENT'Ask ,
496-2261 Plumbing Supplies '
Telegraph *
.' ". Times about our commercial In-
From Durrance :. jH.stments.JTell u.j Ji |JUiUjlulfll.

No real estate ads pleaser 1- sI I MiamiMN.Teme4eA e'Ste I
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Pump Supply Co. ... I PI Z091 _


',."O Drawer: A Starke Fla. 32091 I US M4 301 N. Tempi North .. 964-7061J r We Drill Wells I I Ie0ee1411 IID.

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L' Only minor Injuries were incurred when this seml.traUer".truck" the "
rear of a Bradford County school but Tuesday Oct. 8, afternoon '
t One student,Fletcher Rodgers 11,of Hampton,was taken by Rescue to
Bradford Hospital where he was treated and released, according to
Supervisor Cliff Chapman and Paramedic Dan Cuddlngton. School bus
driver Dorothy O.Collins, also of Hampton,was treated at the scene for a
possible head injury, said Chapman. The 13 children on the bus were all
''i i1k CN I' shock up but there were no other injuries, according to Chapman.
i US At 2:15 p.m. six miles south of Starke on US-3Q1 a northbound tractor-
trailer attempted to pass a stopped school bus. The driver, James Ellis''
Mobley of Glen St. Mary, failed to see the Hashing lights, according to
Trooper B.A.Williams.The right rear of the trailer struck the left rear of
it .. the school bus said Williams.
Damages were $3.000 to the 1974 trailer and $2,000 to the 1979 bus.
Mobley was cited for improper driver's license and careless driving,
r said WIlliams

; : ,17'4af3I Bv // -* r eI I Purple Gator /Western I WearHwy

301 South Next to Gator II Feed Store

OPEN Monday Saturday 9.6 964.4809

lq st'' ,

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2 %%:! Lt**< SPECIALSWeinbrenner
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Land Sales from 10 ,.... b ....1.... ..A./... 1. 1 ............1..... /... Reg. 39.30 pair. SAVE '5.30
page Stephen R. & Kathy L. Registersold JO ANN'SA ; 1 i Sale Price $34 pair
Estelle B. Beckham sold a parcelof 22.29 acres on C.R.230-A,east of : ;
land in Geneva Creek to Donald E. Starke, to Jack E. & Shirley B. a
& Marie-Therese J. Spotts for Seelig for$86,000. f Gift
$109,500.J. Speciality ShopU.S. Short Sleeve Long Sleeve Men's & Boys'Flannel
Robert T.&Ann C.Henderson solda
Brooks & Helen 301 South.Slarks Shirts & Blouses Shirts & Blouses
Brown sold parcel oif land on S.R. 21 and Lake -. Shirts
interest in a parcel of land near Geneva to Charles S., III&Talana S. -
It's time FALL!
Keystone Club Estates, Unit 1, to Pearce for$100,000. s to think 30% off 20% Off 20% on
Jack M. Courtnay for $90,000. Jack Courtnay & Associates, Inc. With hand-woven from the Blue Ridge
Katie A. Thomas sold a parcel of sold lot 13 of Ari Woods Subdivisionto .

Truby land in, lot and 3 of Company's Block 31,Addition Livingston to, for William$11,300. B. & Maxie B. Ferrazzi c Mountains of North Carolina i[ Sale Ends Oct. 14, 1985 Straw Hats

Starke to W. J., Jr. & Beatrice G. Robert L. Holder sold a parcel of Now Open on Wednesdaysl! : BE SURE TO COME

Dodd for $9,000.Constantinos. land in Hampton to Richard A. & 10-5:30: 964.8547 Across from Norman's Market : & SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! up to 50 % Off
G. Kopelousos sold a Muriel C. Fuller for $8,500. ...11..111........1.........................................rw..... _..
parcel of land on S.R. 230 at S.R. Richard A. &Muriel C. Fuller sold .. ..
230-A to Albert S. for lot .. .
Keuning $8,000. 3 of Block 3,Bessent Manor, Unit "
Mark Olin sold 3.48 acres off of 1, to Robert L. & Cynthia M. Holder . '. '. "
Forsythe Road to Louis A. & Gloria for $60,000.
J. Mann for$8,000. Norman & Laura Conti sold 5
acres on Lee Road,east of Starke, to SENTRY 1'
Week Ending Sept. 6... Ronnie'Joe & Laurie J. Vickery for E1
Robert L. &Jenny J. Phillips sold $10,000.
lots 2 & 17 of Seminole Ridge, Unit, Harmon P. Morgan, Jr. sold a
to Billy Lewis & Hazel M. Dampierfor parcel of land near Pleasant Groveto
$12,000. James G. & Bonnie Taylor for SALE
Raymond M. and Mary O. Hunt $55,000. SENTRY.OBER
sold a parcel of land east of Starke to Annie D. Rowan sold an acre,just
Barbara V. Powell for $46,400. north of Starke to David M. &
W.J., Jr. & Beatrice G. Dodd solda Danielle V. Morris for $41,500. Hardware Sale Ends:October 29,1985
parcel of land in lot 3, Block 31, Don E. & Lorraine Champion solda
Livingston,Truby &Company's Addition parcel of land south of Starke to
to Starke to David J. & DorisR. James L. & Nancy H. Lapp for
Mark Olin sold 5.12 acres on For- Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. .
sythe Road to Michelle D. Parker for sold lot 12 of Deerfoot Trail to Fleet 'g:= SAW III FL.UIOM ASTBR
$10,000. Finance & Mortgage, Inc. for
Jim B. Godwin, Harold F. Godwin $11,917. 7-7H- BLADE
& William Godwih sold a parcel of Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. ,,
land on E. Call St. in Starke to sold lot 18 of Parkwood Subdivisionto r lta '> ))lh)
Charles A., Jr. & Dorothy Garrardfor Howard A. & Kimberly D. Smith $344
42100. for $4,500. $366

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Fine edge tools Easy to install..just press 208
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3.1/2 pounds 36" long.?* No mess, no clean up. anything in 60seconds.

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The Council Tool Heavy duty model.
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Reg. 13.75 Value 1 'I'\

I, t'' I $3.66 Sale Price $2999
886'R 2.00 Mfr Rebate
3/8" through 1" sizes. X11 11 Reg. 39.99 Value

Micro groove point for fast, clean $1.66 Two year home use warranty
UL listed for safety.
One-pleee forged heat treated. -- so- Your Final Variable speed reversible drill.

Bra Cost!


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4: 888 Weatherproofs, Insulates. \1 QQ

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KB4 Flexible to 40 F..WIII 29H92 Reg. 51.95 Value

4cu. ft. heaped capacity. Not Crack, Crumble Or .Attractive and space-saving fan

I Seamless steel tray with baked Shrink! 10.3 oz. Size. forced heat. .
Tammy Is featuring a Brioche of California Linen look wrap enamel finish. Auto thermostat control. / rYlflHardwood ;
dress, bodice Is free flowing with open nee kine and shoulder pads handles for long life. CLEAR ONLY. Tip over safety switch.

for that fashionable look. Skirt falls Into orderly pleats from a deep I Large easy-rolling pneumatic tire. 5000 Champagne finish steel cabinet.

wide yoke trimmed with 4 large buttons In matching coloM36.99)( ) '
"di-theJocalhcowned Sentry .tore In your neighborhood(


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&:...'-.4 S.W. 6th Avenue 964-6078 Jet SR 21 & 100
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layaway .....-IL Acrtu tram High Seoul SEXY 496-3079 Quantities limited 473-4973
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BSECTION October 10. IfllIi!!
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l *ALMr : We Salute Our J. .. "

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Fulltime Firefighters...

Chief Dwayne Hardee. Cecil Crawford. Tom Rowe Rusty Barrette
I Jeff Harpe, Nelson Green and Rex Selmer (Doug Cooper was In class at by upgrading themselves said Hardee. Firefighters Rusty Nelson and
picture time) make up Starke's staff of fulltime firefighters. Dwayne are also emergency medical technicans with Tom and Doug at- -
tending EMT school.
_The department continues_to>>provide! better services to the community ,

. Firefighters Celebrate National Fire Safety WeekLocal .215 =,,1 r <<

firefighters observed Fire genders, yet, stand taller than most 414
Safety Week. October 5-11,, with By putting it ALL on the line when
visits to area schools. Firefighter the alarm beckons.
Nelson Green and other off duty Firefighters are at once the most I

firefighters demonstrated good fire fortunate and least fortunate of peo- jsgJ-"**" --- a
safety habits with a slide presentation ple. They savor life because they've J I
and a talk. seen too much of death. Yet, like all Large oeiecnon to Choose
"We want every child to be able to of us, they can experience sadness, I
recognize us as their friends and not happiness and unfilled dreams. From
to be afraid when they see us In out They're gentle people who have
full gear" said Chief Dwayne seen much of the awesome power of r '
e Hardee. We do into the school in violent forces out of hand. They are J
boots and full gear including com- responsive to a childs laughter, .' I
plete breathing apparatus, said because they have held too many Prices Start
T" Hardee. The children are taught to small bodies never to laugh again.. at .9 95 '
drop and roll in order to be prepared Respect for the elderly generates '
should they be caught in a fire. the same emotions. ,""'
'I They are individuals who ap- a s.
preciate the simple pleasures of life. 4 1.. a
r Every Mirror
Firefighter Such as: hot coffee held in numb, in- Discounted!

Firefighters are people like you bending fingers; the flash of fresh +
and me.And if you'r lucky,one may air drawn through smoke-clouded t ,
even be your next-door neighbor. lungs; a warm bed to soften the hurt { J
Many have vivid memories of of bone and muscle; comraderie on- l/ DENMARK )
their,childhood who as children ly they understand; and, the i 0> 434 W. Call St.
satisfaction fo selfless service for starke
never got over the excitement of a TJ
screaming sirens, roaring engines job well done in the interest of -... 964.5826 964.5827
and firefighters seemingly glued totheir preserving life. Fm a Credit Term Available
posts on the way to the scene. !iney don't go around preaching "* 3
They come in different colors and brotherhood THEY LIVE IT... by Foley

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pick-up or We deliver

OF SALE Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery ,
Notice li hereby given
that under and by virtueof
Part IV of Chapter 83,
F.S. 01 Self-Storog. 964.6649
Facility Act, that the '
undersigned will sell!! for I'III' T '
cash to the highest bidder II SAVE UP TO
at 527 South Water 599 .'
Street, Starke, Florida 25% ON
at 1.30: p.m. on the 77th SWEATERSRegularly I
day of October 1985 the Featuring Toyostove 'r
contents of Unit 25, 4g. To 7.99. ladles'l
belonging to ROBERT Makers of Kero-Sun Heaters crew neck solid color
BECKHAM, containing a, acrylic sweaters. SMl.
household good by __ ; rw
STORAGE.P.O.Box 656 i ,$ sIl 1I1 5JSAL. 0lIi
Keystone Height, SAVE 20% 'j
Florida 32656. 799
10/10 2tchg 10/17
888IT + "

5 STIR LATEX h,. Regularly 9.99. Ladies' '

,., ,SILlY .". denim Jeans with
FLAT WILL PAINT ) 2-ft. embroidered + ,
FLA.TWIN THEATRE For tnttfWr wflll tDriM w ry..t POWULOOKTVI $ or plain back

Starke 964-5451 quietly, non 1 yellowing. coverletWMhable ettyCIMHUP ,,,,?, cue Futures and a strong a ,stag new 5 JOGGERS pockets. Regular sizes. r
smoother return.

STARTS FRIDAY Compare At 8.99. Nylon joggers

In Velcro or lace-up styles for

I 'RICE the family or ladies' canvas
I COUPON 99 / WITH casuals.
I 4 ft aa-wee lamp for moil NI Impact plottlc homing I I
} t c8-Inchwod.napN.roPs'I NICr. I loHehoe I not Included, Limit
f wIy700. 1:10ilL wo_ toUnset II.1H1 e1/11 1 ijFiji
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,SHU. 100.: 7.03.: ftIO !
....TM. We.. Tfcur. 7:30 Many Models ,

SCREEN 2IF.Wfl's ,In Stock to Choose 17
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''RIGAVEWTUILi from. Prices Startat I e t
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$5995 TEXACO D
$ MOTOR ewe"c i
FrMay"7:10.iiu Double Clean > i OIL

i tat. tut 1:19, 7:10. *10 KRA105 Regulftrly 104.Havollna MARCAL

motor oil. Limit I, Regularly 3 For*1. Marcal 100 count
I. r 5 quarts. u 2 ply facial tissues Limit 8 boxes
Starts 964-7484 Rainbow r I

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PLUS } 3 Regularly ounce)oarWoodbury 1.27. 3 sad" d DETERGENTS New Coke diet

Night of The Cometmrmtffi soap. Regularly To 1.83. Coke Coke, Classic
ACE HARDWARE Limit 2 packs. ei, d t all brands avail Cherry
Coke or
: able In all stores. rite.No .
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I ,Adufll $1.90 I Palmetto& Nightingale Sirs. U.S. 301 S.Starke. Through At All Family Dollar Stores 309 South Walnut Street
.. Keystone Heights This Weekend. Quantities Limited
I.. On Some Items No Sales' To Dealers Starke, Florida


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