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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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30-year average rainfall January-October is 49 inches. So far in Want Ad. . . . . .e-io8 "
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Rash of Robberies in RecentWeeks Unrelated. Authorities! Sa v I IRecent

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burglaries in the Starke area are not Dempsey. Clay County also suffers from Bikes Recovered.., recovered in ,.
willegar Ford Motors was
authorities. several break-ins in the Keystone Heightsarea
related, according to local according to Investigator Bob Aired. Two juveniles have been charged with Alachua.The driver of the vehicle was detained -

Haunted House. What may appear to be a "ring of robbers" stealing bicycles during the past two months, but the investigation continues, according .,:
.. may, in fact, prove to be a "rash of Local authorities were 'successful( 'In apprehending according to Patrolman John Hodges. to Investigator Tilley. '..
A Haunted House, sponsored by robberies," according to Investigator Don several suspects /involved in the Their arrest clears up three burglaries and
the Keystone Heights Jaycees, is Denton of the Bradford Sheriff's Department.The burglaries of six Starke businesses one grand theft. The boys were taking parts Unsolved Burglary;..
set in the old egg factory at Com- different types of break-ins coupled with .. from the bikes and switching them around so Monday night or early Tuesday morning
mercial Circle and SR-100 in the recent arrests indicates there is not any they could sell the disguised stolen bikes. the Home Entertainment Center in Bradford

Keystone the next two Friday and one person responsible for the burglaries. Starke Police arrested Fjranklin George Square Shopping Center was broken into.
Saturdays, Oct. 18-19 and 25-26, Wilkes, 18, and three 16-year-old juveniles Shoplifting Suspects..
from 8 p.m. until each night. Home Burglary... which cleared the six burglaries which occur Four juveniles are under investigation for Approximately$6,000 worth of merchandisewas
For more information phone Bar- Several burglaries of residences have oc- red last week in Starke businesses. One vehi- shoplifting from local department stores, ac- taken, including VCR's (video tape
bara Richardson, 473-3791.the curred in Bradford recently where selective cle and a large amount. p( money was cording to Investigator David Aderholt. Their recorders), a TV and speakers and eqUip-
Jaycee publicity chairperson, or items have been taken such as computers and recovered, according to Patrolman' K. R. arrests are expected in the near future. ment. Authorities have several leads in that
Jim Cook, 475-2452, chairman of the TV's. No arrests have been made at this time; Hinds, Jr. and Investigator chard{ Bennett. burglary but no arrests have been made at
project. There will be a small however, the investigations continue, accor- Twenty-four counts of burl( ry-grand theft Lincoln Recovered... this time,' according to Captain Scotty
charge. Everyone, of any age, is invited dhh 1 "n..tI.."..... ',.$,.. Tnn,. nn I 1 Inkna were placed against the four male suspects. The Lincoln reported stolen from Ter- Rhoden.
A concession stand will be

open.

My Fair Lady... Downtown

My Fair Lady, a dinner-theatre
stage production presented by The
Bradford Players and the Junior

Woman's Club of Starke, is set for Vote SetTuesday
two consecutive Friday and Saturday
nights, Nov. 15-16 and 22-23. A .
Sunday matinee is set Nov. 17. -

Tickets are available through any .-
Junior Woman's Club member, :

Chastain's Jewelry, Denmark Fur- 4 _
niture, and by calling Ms. Debbie Thirty-five property owners in the
Connaughton, phone 9645326.: 4 i' ? downtown Starke business districtare

\ \ 4 eligble to vote Tuesday, Oct. 22,

Gator QB Club... in a referendum on creating a
special tax district to finance a
Larry Kirksey, coach of the of- $248,000 improvement program.In .
fensive running backs at the order to be created, the tax
University of Florida, will be the district will require the approval of a
speaker at the Gator QuarterbackClub majority of property owners in the
meeting a 7 p.m. tonight seven block area of the proposed
(Thursday, Oct. 17) at the Starke district, starting on Call Street at
Golf and County Club. US-301, east to the railroad crossing,
Having signed up 11 new and including two blocks of Walnut
members, Rip O'Steen still leads Street, from Call to Madison
the membership drive. The Gator (SR-100) and Call to Jefferson; two
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QB'ers, which meet before each UF + blocks of Thompson, from Call to
football game, always are seekingnew Madison and Call to Jefferson, and
members.The one block of Court Street, between
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Auburn trip is full. Seats are y Call and Madison.The .
still available for the bus to the ".. ,FI a 4 ? tax assessment will be basedon
Georgia-Florida game if you have front footage, and may be paid as
your own tickets annual taxes over a 20-year period,
or in a lump sum "up front" at a savings
if desired:The district levy will

Day Care Openings... I. ...r c-w-.. .. r' 1 0 n&t f .c.. aop' ,appeaju orc; taxii? bill9"'#i>lH,,, ..*'
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.M" '""The Cot11 t GnWy"n' ybM Onteris : owner has been provided with a

now accepting new children and schedule showing his additional
there is no enrollment fee. Back on Track... district tax.
The center provides care and i1 The engineering and design work
early learning skills to prepare A banner night it was... blanking was done by Bartholomew and
children for kindgarten. It is ad- 1 Baker 21-0 and getting entertained by Associates of Jacksonville, and will
ministered by the Bradford-Union i the Big Band sound of the Tornado include street and sidewalk Improvements -
Guidance Clinic and is funded and r l' 'Marching Band at halftime. t streetscaping with
monitored by the Department of Carie Foster and IVIicki Becker are
trees and shrubbery, street lights
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Health and Rehabilitative Services '' ,, ;on the xylophones, and majorette Kym $", similar to the ones used along Call
(HRS). The center accepts children Casey performs in top photo. Street in its "white way" days, ornamental
2-5 years of age. It is open Monday- ,E Cheerleaders Pam Clark and Stacey benches, and waste recep-
Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. t Reddish are at left. rJ tacles, plus underground wiring for
Fees are based on family income Coach Mike Sexton the defensive the lights and irrigation piping for
and size. ; coordinator, looks on calmly as the
E Tornadoes their third shutout this the plants.
For more information, call earn j' is to
H The project designed coor-
t Center Director Debra Johns ? < 4 season. A capacity crowd watched<< the 'C.,. dinate with already
a
action. See 2-4B for this improvements
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Parmenter, phone 9646794. a 7 .nr ,o' week. + made to the Old Courthouse now be-
ing used as the Starke Center of San-
ta Fe Community College, and the
Chamber Mixer... landscaping of a large parking lot
and greenspace area just east of the
The Bradford County Chamber of center. The coordinated plan is to
Commerce has set a mixer for have the remainder 'of the business

Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 5:30-7 p.m. Administrator Residence Policy ConsideredA district improved to enhance the en-
at the new business complex on tire downtown area, making it more
US-301 south, across from wellas
local
attractive to shoppers as
Norman's Market. Built by requirement for school ad- member Rodney Hall expressed ministrators which unanimously BHS assistant principal and new visitors.
Longchamp.The ministrators to live in the immediatearea concern that local people do not app- recommended Ms. Steele assistant superintendent Dewey
mixer will be hosted by is under consideration by the ly for administrative because they Dr. Rother's selection came Mckinney, promoted from the prin-
JoAnn's Country Crafts and Wood- Bradford School Board, and under- fear they'll not be considered. Supt. through a committee of a high school cipalship at BMS. The project has been coordinatedby
working and Outlaw Realty. went a lengthy discussion in a Mon- Jim Duncan says he is unaware of a teacher, school board member, and The local pool of qualified ad- a commitee of the Chamber of
Door prizes will be given. day, Oct. 14, work session. specific incidence in which a local an administrator. That committee ministrators, which requires a Commerce called Downtown Progress
Currently, the subject has been person did not receive adequate con- interviewed about IS,submitted four master's degree and certification in Committee chaired by John
turned over to school board attorney sideration. names to Supt. Duncan who intrer- administration and in some cases Miller of The Telegraph. Miller told
'Seminar... Terry Brown by Board Chairwoman Duncan told the board he supports viewed the four, and selected Dr. experience as an administrator, is Starke commissioners Tuesday
A stress management seminar Patricia Spengler for an investigation hiring local people if they are equally Rother. Duncan says the top four did not very deep, Supt: Duncan also night, Oct. 15, that the project has
24 into legal ramifications involved qualified. not include his favorite candidate. pointed out to the school board. Of been cut down from $300,000'to
Oct.
will be
given on Thursday, ,
With two exceptions Dr. Rother the 261 teachers, 52 have masters $300,000. However, Miller said,
at the Western Steer Steakhouse in in establishing a residency policy.
and Ms. Steele the administrative Of the 52, nine are certifiedin $52,000 of the $300,000 is a contingency -
Starke from noon to 1 p.m. The problem came to surface this Mickey Agner, who grew up at degrees.
Linda Steele, director of the year after the hiring of Dr;Al Rotheras Kingsley Lake and has been an administrator promotions and new appointmentswere administration. Of the 9, three fund in case off-street parking is
found. There is no plan to use the
Bradford Hospital Center for principal of Bradford High and Marion County, also ap- local people. They include new have administrative experience,
Health and Fitness, will be the Ms. Paula Steele as assistant prin- plied for the assistant principalshipat BHS head of students Jerry Petrella and 2 of the 3 are county residents. $52,000, Miller said said. the
he
$248,000can
Miller hopes
ad-
cipal at BHS, both of whom live in BHS. a new assistant principal at BHS There currently nine
speaker. Gainesville. Supt. Duncan has used a committee John Arthur Reddish, promoted minstrators who do not live in Brad- be cut if the city will supply the
Board members say they are system to recommend applicantssince from dean of students; new BMS ford County. Several live at Kingsley electrical conduit and the projectcan
receiving complaints about hiring he took office in January. For dean of students Mike Hartley, pro- Lake, one in Lake City, for instance. take advantage of state plans to
Upcoming... outsiders over local people. Board instance, Dr. Rother interviewed moted from a teaching post; new Duncan also told the board that improve the Call and Walnut Street
BMS Charles Hall Dr. Rother has his home up for sale intersection. The Department of
member J.T. Parrish said some about 15 candidates for the BHS principal pro
An awards ceremony is set from educators have told him they feel assistant principalship, selected the moted from BHS assistant principal and intends to move to BradfordSee Transportation is coordinating its
8:15: to 10:30 a.m. Friday Oct. 18, they did not get sufficient consideration top two who were then interviewedby ; new director of curriculum Residence..P. project with the Downtown Progess
at Starke Elementary School. when applying for a job. Board a committee of'three ad- Burney Winkler, promoted from ( ZA> Committee
Parents are invited to attend. The
schedule is: Grade K, 8:15-8:45: :
a.m.: Grade 1, 8:45-9:15 a.m.;
Grades 2-3, 9:15-9:45 a.m., and In Case.
Grades 4-5,10-10:30: a.m. Just J' I
The Bradford County Commission

will meet Monday, Oct. 21, at
9:30: a.m. for its regular monthly Bradford Board Works with Health Department to Establish AIDS Policy for School System l'
The changed
t meeting. meeting was :"
from the second to the third Mon- blood having sex is doubtful if a child with
in
What if Bradford each individually by a committee the prison system, says Dr. semen or meaning
will case
, day of the month by the commission student happen a having Including the affected child's Reubin. But people are tested with an infected partner, sharing a would live long enough to
is diagnosed as -
County
; due to schedule conflicts. AIDS ( Immune Defi- parent, a doctor, a health official, anonymously for AIDS in hypodermic needle, via infected school. '
, Acquired
The Bradford School Board will and school official. Gainesville in a separate center. blood, or a child of a mother with But, right now I if a doctor AIDY'
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meet in regular session at 7 p.m. ciency The School Syndrome Board which doesn't The committee would then make a They go by a number, not name, and AIDS. aware of a student with
Monday night, Oct. 21, in the ad- know the to, that either is recommendation to the school the results of the blood test are given 13,000 persons in the U.S. have would make the Health Dept. a ,
ministration building N. Temple answer AIDS of it. But the HD currently Woulhave
on to board. The Health Dept. interest by number, says Dr. Reubin. been diagnosed has having ,
( currently working on a policy
in Starke. discussed at authority to inform the
those
Ave. Topics the of and 75 percent of cases are ,
, an Oct. 14 work session included follow.the Dr.Bradford Jeffrey Reubin Health, physicanfor Depart- all would the be children in protecting in the county.safety The When asked his opinion, school found in New York, Florida, and system, or anybody else.: A/ attorney .
I selection of a board architect for an board Terence said California, said Dr. Reubin. AIDS is general's opinion is cuBJwUy
Brown
would attorney
would take not action that
ment the current medical HD
explained But
f upcoming walkway building project in when in doubt it would be better to currently' a terminal disease, and being sought for that authorJt-
child in the
aspects to the school board in a Mon- put any county
a school safety survey, and half of those 13,000 diagnosed cases right now, the matter would
Reubin. err on the side of safety. Dr. Reubin Would
work session. stresses Dr.
night Oct. 14 danger,
discussions of a residency policy day agreed, but said the child affected are dead now and half will die within fidential and school officfett
for administrators and of an atten- two not know, said Dr.Reubirf.
would have rights, as well. That'scorrect years.
dance policy on students with "What would you do? asked No Bradford student is currently A test to detect anti-bodies to the
Board Member Leonard Schlofman. diagnosed as having AIDS. There is attorney Brown replied, but blood was
AIDS. 183 children have been AIDS Virus tn th
all the judge would do is the childin diagnosedas *
Any policy developed should take 15 school age put
currently some said.
The Bradford Quarterback Club having AIDS in the U.S. perfected in 198 Dr. Reubin
school if the board policy was held Seventy ,
isvery
into consideration the danger to the children In the state with AIDS. It .
will meet Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 7:30: invalid.Dr. percent of AIDS diagnosed children Having anti-bodies AIDS in your It.
child involved and the to the that Bradfordchild '
danger unlikely a .
very been '
p.m. in the Western Steer Reubin said there is no known become infected by having a mother blood proves a person bas eX-M-r" ,
student said Dr. Reubin. The the disease, .J.
body, would contract
Steakhouse. The QB Club will honor case of AIDS being transmitted by with AIDS, and 20 percent via ex- posed to AIDS and baS developed a : :
Center for Disease Control in Atlanta the school '
Come and eat says Dr. Reubin. But not mean a per- -
of the week. change of blood products. The 20 defense to It it does
players the part of the U.S. Public Health board wants to be prepared in case it casual contact; such as tears or ; Dr. Reubin. ,,', '
with these players at 6:30: p.m. All Service which sets policy on Infec- does happen. saliva. And the evidence is very well percent are usually hemophiliacs son has AIDS; Mid could r ,
urged to attend. through a blood transfusion being However such persons
parents are documented that said Dr. or by some
on ,
tious disease control throughout the There is currently no known case via borne to a mother with AIDS. It .develop the disease later.'U" ., .,.( ,
Reubin. AIDS ,is transmitted : '"
U.S., recommends consideration of of AIDS in Bradford County, except .-; '"
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BARREL RACING .....1=1 ,

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qi' 1 on 1. Squeak Huber 19.568 $35
J. i 2.Julie Dormineyn 19.715 $21
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Ring 19.788 $14

posts ,
Up SUPER CLOVERLEAF: $200 Added
police 1. Bonnie Carney 19.413 $260 I
ty 2. Dana Doirron .
If 19.451 $156 ,, '
r fice.seek 3. Jr.Hersey 19,495 $104

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of 2. Judy Ring 21.010 $36

4 Our next jackpot will be November 23 at 4 p.m. We In-
vite the public to come and watch or ride in our jackpot.

2 The Bradford Riding Club rides every Saturday night
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starting at 7 p.m

Ready to Party... son Please thank our jackpot sponsors: Bradford
Cadette Troop 520 has been busy preparing decorations Shown (l-rt); Danielle Smith, Kim Hampton, Itegina Telegraph and Office Shop GoldKlst Feed Division Jr.
and surprises for the Halloween Party at the Snell, April Duffy, Michelle Limtscy, LaDoqna Banks, those Jackie Hersey. Western Steer Krimps Ranch. Bon-
Bradford County 'Library which they will co-sponor Tawamlii Tyson Diana Crawford Missy Dayis, nie Carney. E.J. Dowling Stables, Thomas Auto Parts
Oct. 22, next Tuesday from 4 to S p.m. for ages Katrina Ku ight.Carla Stephens Lulu Musgrove,Sara ( Dr Pennington, J.L and Billie
Gladwe" and GoldKist
preschool to 10 years. Hepburn Tiishina Vanxant: Angela I'arrisli" Feed Store
The troop enjoys the party and also receives credit Douglas and Melissa.Ilislop. Dee

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I Requirement I Ifro I : MONDAY &

S SIDFFED' .CRAB TUESDAY ALL
( III page IA) Schlofman said the high school principal ,
County Both Dr.Rother'and Ms. should live closer to the school, DAY SPECIAL
Steele were presented for the work but he doesn't oppose bringing in
session, but did not address the new blood. Hall pointed out the 2-Piece
D NNER
topic.Board. board can make exceptions to the
Member Hall said he feels policy if it is necessary to hire out I. Fish Dinner
strongly about the' situation, and side whatever limit is set.
asked for input from the ad-
ministrators affected before the Asst. Supt. McKinney pointed out S $1.99!
board gets into a posture of ad- that by July 1, 1986, the law requiresthe Delicious crab meat
vocating a policy.A residency policy board to have a non-
has been a problem, but never ad- discriminatory hiring policy for ad- and stuffing inside Dinner includes:2 golden-
dressed,said Hall.But its more pro- minstrators,and that he is attending
natural crab shells '' ',. brown fish fillets, naturakut
found now, injected Chairwoman .
meeting to learn how to implement t "Fl
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Spengler. Board Member Len .such a policy. l french fries, fresh cole slaw,2
natural-cut french
.; Southern-styhi hush puppies.SUNDAY .

H 'Emergency Info Booklet in_ Paper I IAn fries, .fresh cole slaw,; 1 ; :' t

Southern-style hush : : TI ,
Emergency Information cur in Bradford County. ,
booklet is inserted in your Thanks to Jones Funeral Home, pUppies
newspaper' today. The public the Community Bank and the Brad- & WEDNESDAY
awareness booklet covers natural ford County Telegraph for funding } + .
this worthwhile project. ALL DAY
and man-made hazars that could oc-

$3.69 4 h-fLff//.3esioo4l .y ALLYOUCANEATlCountryStyle
Public Library Annual Book Sale ... .
Hosts Goblin PartyThe At Bradford LibraryThe )'

Bradford County Public Third Annual Sidewalk Book Fish Dinner
Library and Girl Scout Cadette ,Sale will be held in front of the Brad- CRAB &
STUFFED STUFFED
CRAB &
Troop 520 will sponsor a Halloween ford County Library Wednesday,October .

party yeas, for old on children.Tuesday' preschool; pCtobBC4; to....10.i:;.; .!,,during"30 through regular Friday"library,hours.November-,:; ,.. SHRImPDIiv E> .$3:99: FISH ,DINNER $3.39 $3.29
from 4 to S! p.m. at the Library1' > "" A large number paperbacks and
hardback books will be on sale with Specially breaded, counby-style
Come dressed in your scariest prices varying from 10 cents to $2.
fish fillets natural-cut french
costume. Prizes will be awarded for All books are in good to excellent D S ,
the best costumes and refreshmentswill condition. Proceeds from this sale 6 Captam fries, fresh cole slaw,Southern-
be served. Join your friends at will be used to buy new books for the (II style hush puppies and tartar
the Library for an hour of safe Hallo- Library. Come early for the best A sauce. Offer Good For Dining
little
great seafood place.
ween fun. selection. /
(!j) (II Room Service Only.

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played by Bernie Ackrldge, All this,
A bit of Broadway comes to town MY FAIR LADY, a joyous experience in a blend of humor and/dance/ is
'November 15-16 and 22-23 in brimming with song and
sure to be an evening you won't soon
BUDGET HEARINGThe America's greatest musical, MY laughter. You'll surely recognizesome forget. ), : "
FAIR LADY,presented by the Brad- of your own personal favorites Tickets are available now'front'i "
ford Players and the Junior from the score which includes"Witha any Junior Woman's Club memberor
Woman's Club of Starke. Little Bit of Luck", "The Rain in can be purchased at Chastain's
FINAL HEARING for the Your evening will begin with a Spain", "I Could Have'Danced Alf Jewelry or Mitchell's Drug Store on
CITY OF
HAMPTON Tentative Budget fort scrumptuous buffet dinner prepared Night"and "Get Me To The ChurchOn Call Street or at William's Jewelry
e fiscal bv the Junior Women, followed by Time", by some of the in Bradford Square.
will
year ending September': 1986, be October 24, 1985, at as sung
finest local talent you would ever ex- The performance will be Friday
7:00:: P.M., in the. City. Hall. Eastern pect to find.Debbie and Saturday evenings, November
Star Woodfin will be playing the 15, 16, 22, and 23, with a Sunday'
Supper Oct 19 role of Eliza Doolittle and Pat matinee November 24. Seating
'N CITY OF HAMPTON Crawford dS her father. The role of capacity is limited so make plans ,,
General Fund Budget Estimated Revenues .Starke Professor Higgins is played by Bill now for an evening of musical com-
Order of the
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For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1986 Eastern Star, will have a covered Wilson with Colonel Pickering edy you'll long remember...-' .
Tenative Budget dish supper, Saturday, Oct. 19, at 7pm. .
in the Masonic Hall.
All Masons and their families are '.
invited to attend.Weeks.UDC. Social Side
I Club News

Revenues Amount Meeting of the 'NoticesChurch Items' .

Franchise Tax Florida Power & Light --------------$ 6,800.00 :
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Monday, Oct. 21 News I
Utility Tax ---------:-----------------=----------- 3,800.00 WeddingsReceptions ,, ,
The W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. '
Occupational License ----------------------------- 600.00
will\ meet Monday, Oct. 21, at 11:30: Gladys Parties
a.m. at Western Steer Steak House Mooty
Building Permits --------------------------------- 460.00 for its Dutch treat-luncheon 964-7608 '
meeting.
Cigarette & Motor Fuel Tax ----------------------- 34,117.00 ___u_

Additional % Cent Pale Tax ----------------------- 7,400.00 -

Fines COX APPLIANCES I
& Forfeitures ------------------------------ 2,300.00

Qualifying Fees ---------------------------------- 270.00
& AIR CONDITIONING
4 Cent =
Optional Gas Tax ---------------------- --- 8,400.00

1.714 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box) .,
Millage Co. R.E. Tax ----------------------- 1,929.00 ;

Road & Bridge Fund ------------------------------- 327.00 Open 9-6 964.7462 .22'1Jf12' .'
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Beverage Tax ------------------------------------- 38.00 S> "

Federal "" !t'A; --:;,' .;
Revenue Sharing -------------------------- ? .. .
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Mobile Home License Tax -------------------------- 530.00 s& IYour '
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2 Cent Cigarette Tax ----------------------------- 1,800.00 I
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Miscellaneous Income ----------------------------- 750.00
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Total .. -
Estimated Income --------------------- ---- 69,521.00
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=- Cash Price $576.25
General Fund Carryover --------- ---------------- 11,665.00
: Ice Maker Installed Free
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Sale Ends
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up General Fund Budget Estimated ExpendituresFor Whirlpool Model ET16TK1M No-Frost Refrigerator.
The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1986 optional 16.3 cu.ft.ICEMAGIC"Capacity Textured Automatic Steel Ice Doors Maker.Provision Adjustable for Whirlpool I I Tech Care

Tenative Budget {Rollers Adjustable Full-width Chrome-Plated Steel Franchise in Bradford Co.
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HC ,, .... Shelves Twin Vegetable Crispers Adjustable Meat Pan.
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Administration Amount

CITY OF HAMPTON
Council Salary ------------------------------------$ 3,000.00
t i Water Department Budget Estimated Revenues
Council Special Meetings -------------------------- 300.00
t For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1986
Mayor Salary --------------------------------:----- 720.00 Tenative Budget

Mayor's Expense Account ---- --------- -----' ------ 900.00 f .

Clerk Salary -------------------------------------- 3,600.00
Revenues Amount
Clerk's Expense Account ---------------------------. 600.00
Water, Bill Collections --------------------------$ 18,512.00
Professional Fees Attorney ------------------------ 3,000.00

Professional Fees C.P.A. -------------------------- 4,500.00 GRAND TOTAL -------------------------------------$ 18,512.00

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Telephone Clerk ----------------------------------- 300.00 .1 i
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Postage lO : : CITY OF HAMPTON
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Utilities ----------------------------------------- 400.00
,((1;; General Fund Budget Estimated Expenditures
"i For The Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1986
Safety Deposit Box -------------------------------- 16.00
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Insurance ----------------- ----------------------- 4,300.00 f'l'' .
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Repair & Maintenance ------------------------------ 100.00

Election Expense --=-------------------------=----- 250.00 Amount

Miscellaneous ------------------------------------- 300.00
Fire Department -------------------------------$ 2,500.00Recreation

Office ----------------------------------- 100.00 -
Supplies Department -------------------------- 2,500.00Sariitation

Dues ----------------------------------------- 242.00
4,200.00
City -----------
Department ---------------- -

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Equipment : TOTAL ----------------------------------------- $ 9,200.00

Zoning -------------------------------:------------ 900.00

Total Estimated Expenditures ----------------------$ 23,978.00PICA Street Department Amount

Maintenance Salary ___________________________j L__$ 10,320.00
---------------------------------------------- 1,700.00

Contract Labor ------------------------------ 6,000.00

---- --------$ Utilities ------------------------------------- 6,000.00
GRAND TOTAL ------------------------- -- 25,678.00Water --

Materials & Supplies ---------------------------- 2,500.00Gas

& Oil --------------------------------------- 300.00
Department Budget Estimated ExpendituresFor
The. Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1986 Equipment & Repair ----------------------------- 500.00
Tenative Budget
Miscellaneous Expense -------- ?------------------ 400.00
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/ Animal Control -----------------
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Expenditures ] TOTAL------------------------

Salaries .--------------- ------------------------$ 5,200.00
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Old Mortgage --- ---------------------- ------- 2,400.00

Salaries ----------------------------------------$ 14,768.00
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Utilities ---------------- -- ------------------- 3600.00 JI
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Telephone --- --------------- .
Materials --------------------------------------- 1,762.00 ..
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Home ---------------------------- -- -- 5,400.00 :\
Farmers .
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Postage ----------------------------------------- 150.00 # .. .. .' '
I Uniforms -----------.---=----. ---:=---. ----77-.------- 40J0?
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TOTAL ---=---- -------- -- -- ----------.------- 18,512.00
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1 Equipment --------- ------------------- 1,5 0 .00
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= Repairs r .J.., 1".,
Depreciation "-- ---= ---------------------------- 9,000.00
I supplies --------------- -----' ---- .--r-.r-r- -- --- 100.00,

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New Sources of County Revenue
( the reminiscenses of the dignity of being the county seat, both the
late H.E. Lagergren about the early daysof .*w permanent and the transient population

I Starke) was increased,and those who had frequent
"Unless Ve get lucky, like we did this perty owners who still pay taxes, and occasion to consult the county records
year, and income is more than an- you've got enough reason for us to start During the late 1880s local martial en- were saved long and tiresome and often ineffectual

ticipated, the budget will be short next worrying, and start worrying NOW." own thusiasts military thought company Starke, and should with the have usual its Butler.journeys The across river New River to

I year," the county s auditor warned the "Our state legislators are aware of eagerness to respond when an agitator appears Lake slough, thickly grown up swamp with trees was and a

I County Commission at its final,budget- this problem, but have we put enough other citizens agreed, and the Brad- bushes. At low stages the water was innocent

II i adoption meeting..It was suggested that pressure on them to seek a relief for- ford. County Guards was promptly organized. enough; but protracted rains raised

the board start looking immediately for mula that compensates smaller coun- the water a good many feet to a width of

new revenue sources for fiscal 198586. ties with depressed tax bases? We have That is, it was organized except for the nearly a quarter of a mile. Until Long
privates. Each man wanted to be an of- Bridge was built of solid piles and iron
'By "getting lucky", the auditor not. ficer, but the town having its share of girders, no bridge could stand against the

evidently referred to the county's "When legislative hearings come scrappers and plenty of fighting in view for strong current.

'$677,0001n carryover funds which were around again in early 1986, that shouldbe all privates.The, some finally. agreed to the lowly rankof e During flood periods a crossing could be

used to plug the hole in the dike when the message we and all other coun- 1 made only by boata difficult and
was, for good M. undertaking. Because of this
company reasons, dangerous
the county came up short of funds to ties in our predicament take to our q
soon nicknamed the "Starke Tiger Cats", ,. troublesome stream, judges and lawyerswere
meet its $4.48 million 1985-86 budget. senators and representatives. No new and carried this title when they at times prevented from reaching

IJ Actually the board may have been"lucky" state laws without funding to implementthem. volunteered for the SpanishAmericanWar : Lake Butler to hold court, and the county

to have this nest egg on hand, And the assault on our propertytax in 1898. Their get-up, accoutrements, commissioners from the east side of the
, but it cannot actually be considered a base should be neutralized by a and drilling technique would have given a river were often unable to attend
military martinet the heebee-jeebies, but meetings, to collect the$2.50 that Commis-
dependable source of revenue since the compensation formula of some kind. the boys could shoot straight and kept their t sioners were paid in those days.

carryover is variable and may or may bayonets sharp, and let it go at that. l Naval Stores ImportantNaval
not be there next to bail the board
year Baker County like Bradford is suf- Not long after its organization the com- stores production had been car
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out again. pany was called to Jacksonville to help ried on by Col. John Darby and Capt. J.N.
Bradford is not the only suffer- fering from a loss of revenue brought quell a race war. When they got off the On Job in the Field Jones in the early 1860s in Bradford and

ing from a shortage of funds county since the about by the increase of homestead exemption train in the big city,one of the rioters cried II. E. Lagergren, the author of Baker Counties. In 1864, about the time of
in stages from the original out In derision, "Glory be, look at the these "Reminiscences" and many the Battle of Olustee, hundreds of barrelsof
$25,000 homestead exemption law went $5,000 to the current $25,000. Since most crackers coming to town!" True, not one other articles about early Starke and spirits and rosin were gathered up at the
into effect in 1981. A recent editorial in of the boys could have served as a military
mobile homes have an assessed value of Bradford County, is pictured as he various turpentine stills and shipped by
the Baker County Press (Macclenny) fashion plate, but it soon became known appeared "in the field" on survey rail to Saxton, a station between Starke
j said: "Now that most of the haggling less than $25,000, and mobile homes among the rioters that the new arrivals work. He was equally at home and Lawtey, to be buried out of sight of
comprise about a third of residences in were the famous "Starke Tiger Cats" and behind a well-worn typewriter. raiding Federal troops.
I. that accompanies the annual budget loss they decided to quit rioting and return
the this exemption means a
season is out of the way, it's time for county, home. In spite of tribulations and reverses, But the enemy found the cache,unearthed
some constructive thought on just how of about $70 million in total taxable property the company still holds its own. As a unit of plied with up-to-date labor-saving implements the barrels and set fire to them. Melted
4, values in Bradford County. At rosin flowed like lava from a volcano and
small rural counties like Baker will sur- the state troops the company is now under suitable for our soil. Among
current levies this means a loss of about government supervision and is accountedone others, he introduced the "Dixie" plow, covered an acre or more of ground. The
vive in State where the is
: a emphasis on $650,000 in revenue to the county. of the smartest and most efficient in the best ever used for this section, and still hardened rosin was finally cleared away
; helping our middle and large size coun- the State. They are said to have been the in general use today. By using such improved when Dr. Bryan started an orange grove
ties." Our state legislators could help first Florida guard unit to volunteer for implements and better farming there in 1880, but the old excavations can
restore some of these lost dollars by service in the Spanish-American War. methods, the growers could soon afford to still be seen just east of the railroad trackat
Sounding as if it might have been Saxton. This ended naval stores produc-
labor for shorter hours.
first of pay more working
written for Bradford County, the Press making the $5,000 or $10,000 Orange Culture BeginsIn tion until about 1898 when Mr. Elarbee
article continued: "Regardless of homestead values taxable in order that the early 1880s a group of Penn- Peanut Politics PrevailsLate started up a still again. He later sold out to

whether with the amount all homesteaded property would pay at sylvania men had set out a 100-acre orange in the 1880s and early 1890s, peanut the Powell-Smith Company, which finally
you agree you least a few dollars for schools, roads, grove north of Starke. They paid $1.25 per county politics were rife; populist doc- became the Powell Turpentine Co.,
pay (or don't pay) in local taxes: or your fire protection and other services day for common labor and reduced the trines were promulgated by men carryingthe operated by L.G. and Luther Powell.In .
assessment, or how you feel about the sup working time to ten hours a day. This was "yellow satchels" so much in vogue
the early 1900s more turpentine
fitness of our elected representatives, plied by the county. greatly in excess of the pittances that had then, slung over their shoulders and under operators moved in,and now there is a still

everyone must agree that Baker Coun- Such a revision of the Homestead Exemption hitherto rewarded labor' on the farms and their ragged chin whiskers. They looked at every railway station. (Editor's note:
the "nine-hour that had been in around and talked in
ty's fiscal future is in sorry shape. If we law would be one of the most system furtively whispers, This article was written in 1931, and now
offend
vogue, which meant nine hours before and for they were not yet ready to the
? "no at all obvious and fairest of raising ad- all of these stills have been abandoned and
experienced growth through ways nine hours'after dinner. The innovation established Democratic bosses, who were
1990 ditional for hardpressed coun- caused the of toil all in after Reconstruction destroyed.) Turpentine will probably
just maintaining existing public revenue horny-handed sons power again Days. always be made in this county, for as the
t services are likely to keep us in fiscal ties in the forthcoming fiscal year, but over the county to demand better condi- These newcomers were successful in bringing older trees are exhausted, new ones are
will be reluctant to tions, and they soon won what they con- about the "Farmers Alliance" in
a purgatory. legislators probably ready to take their place.We may mention
tended for.Three 1888. It lasted about a but did much
year
'j "But we're to well and take such action due to its unpopularitywith for the liberation of the farmers from their here that our government takes pains to
likely grow as ,
members of the Pennsylvania promote this industry, and to that end has
of voters who
a certain segment thraldom under also from
services will and king cotton; profiteering
get more expensive
1 company, Messrs. Truby, Sternburg, and established an experiment station near
because of state and federal mandates, feel no obligation to pay taxes for their Strong, bought out the long established merchants who sold them sup- Starke, where chemists and experts in
become more numerous and structured. children's education or other valuable general merchandise firm of Richard & plies; and the oppressive political bosses. silvaculture are trying new methods of

services. Pace on Call Street next to the railroad, The Courthouse Victory forest management and gum extraction.
We're heading into
big
government and put in a large stock of goods, modern Starke won a great victory when it acquired They have so far evolved and caused to be
whether we like it or not. This would be This is just one of sources of additional
many tor those days. Mr. Truby, being a prac- the court house and county seat put into practice improvements over the
depressing enough, but couple that with revenue that will be needed to tical farmer, saw that the store was sup- after the election of 1898. Besides the new former antiquated methods.ForestrxinBradfo.dCo .

the negative influence of state mandates make ends: meet next year. There are -----

I like Homestead Exemption, ,others which will be suggested in com-

which has strangled local ?venue ,IA'ing weeks for the county's consideratio LITTERS ntY. '

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Theft of FlowersAt Bradford FFA Places in State ContestsThe

Use This Toll Free Number And Help Crosby Cemetery
'. Bradford Chapter of Future The remainder of the team and the ad-
Draws WarningA visors received honorable mention for
' Farmers of America received a seventh an
I' \. Reduce Deaths note to the person or persons who are place in the overall team events at the an- the time and efforts spent to prepare for
High way removing flowers from the graves at nual FFA forestry contest. Congratulations the contest.
Crosby Lake Cemetery: to all the contestants and their ad- The overall team winner, Bell FFA

f The Florida Department of Business reason to believe that someone is selling I must say, this world is in bad shape, visors -- great effort! right Chapter to from compete Gilchrist at the County annual, earns Forest the
in the northeast
Twenty-six chapters
alcoholic beverages to an underaged when you can't even place a fresh wreathon
t Regulation has announced the Florida area competed in the contest held Festival. This will be held on October 25 in
establishment of a toll free number, person. Information regarding the the grave of a loved one who passed at Austin Cary Memorial Forest, October Perry. A variety of contests, demonstra-
1-800-AGE-IS-21, for citizens to use in possible violation of Florida's liquor away only a month ago. 3. A representative forester from Owens- tions and displays relating to forestry can

,t reporting the sale of alcoholic sale laws will be recorded and an of- Each week a fresh wreath has been plac- Illinois provided ribbons for the individual be seen at the festival. Of course, the
ed the barbecue is the highlight of the day. The
on grave of my father-in-law, and winners.
the Division will
beverages to the underaged. ficial investigation by is invited to all activities.To .
each week the flowers have all been Bradford FFA had winners and placedin public
t Last in Florida a hundred be made. All information given is con- removed, leaving only the stand and some the following events: our neighbors to the west Lake
year people fidential. of the greenery at the head of his grave. Butler FFA: we send congratulations for
i were killed in traffic accidents caused 1) Hal Davis: 2nd place,Timber Estimation taking an overall team 4th place at the con-
; by teenagers who were drinking. Ac- The toll-free number will be staffed This is a sickening sight to see. I've also with Biltmore Stick. '

cording to statistics from the Florida by department personnel during normal taken notice that other graves in the 2) Jamie Whitehead: 4th place, Ocular test.Final note: anyone planning on tree

Department of Highway Safety and business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on cemetery especially are the being done the same way, Estimation of Timber. planting this winter is reminded to order
of those
more recent ones
3) Michael Starling: 6th place, Ocular their trees. Some seedlings at the state
hours and
", Motor Vehicles, alcohol-related accidents weekdays. After on who have passed away in the last month. Estimation of Timber. nursery are already sold out and others

involving drivers 19 years of age weekends, calls will be recorded on an Well, here's telling you, whoever you 4)) Andrea Williams: 8th place, Timber are in short supply. Please contact my of-
I and under also accounted for 1,770 injuries answering machine. are, that I'm putting another fresh wreathon Estimation with Biltmore Stick. fice if I can assist you with this.

f In 1984. The department believes that through his grave this week. I sure hope you'vegot
enough sense to keep dirty hands
The 1985 Legislature raised the legal effective enforcement of the law, the in- off, because it takes an your awful low-down control

drinking age to 21, but the job of alcoholrelated cidence of alcohol abuse and alcohol- person to do such a thing.I County Agent'sNotebook I

traffic accidents cannot be accomplished related traffic fatalities among our call this grave-stealing, and most people

by law enforcement agen- young people can be greatly reduced. like myself do not cater to such theft. By Bobby L. Taylor

cies alone. Responsible Floridians of all The number is easy to remember and So I'm just giving you a fair warning. If Several kinds of burrowing animals are

I ages must join in the effort. easy to use. If you see or suspect the you Continue stealing flowers off any of the found in our area, but moles generally are were would the only be consideration considered a it undoubtedly beneficial-
in future will be
graves the you caught
sale of alcohol to underaged all the most annoying. They often cause con-
The Department of Highway Safety is persons, right here in the cemetery. I'm not going to home animal, because it eats many harmful
siderable damage to landscapes, as
that is is to dial 1-800-AGE- be pests. Unfortunately, in searching for
asking all citizens to call the 1-800-AGE- necessary held accountable for any action that well as commercial areas, such as golf
IS-21 number if they witness or have IS-21 on your telephone. may be taken upon you from any of us that courses and farms. food, moles damage lawns and gardens by
t would like to get our hands on you. Moles live undergroundthat uprooting small plants[ breaking the roots
so completely
of others, and loosening the soil around
Regretfully, they are seldom seen. The mole is
suffer
larger plants causing them to a
A very upset daughter-in-law relatively small, measuring about five or severe lack of moisture.
six inches from the tip of its long flexible
,which is the most satisfactory
Starke Has a Problem: STRAY DOGS! Street Cleanup Job nose covered to the with end brownish of its short plush-like tail. Its fur.body Hav-is method Trapping of mole control, requires some
Reader care and planning. If any portion of a trapis
Neglected Says ing no external eyes or ears, the mole apparently exposed in a mole's the mole
i Who's Responsible? Who Is Liable? Editor, Telegraph: is guided by sensations of touch will detect it and back away.runway On the other
soil
and smell. A mole the
What has happened to the crew that kept moves through hand, moles 'are not disturbed by soil
breast stroke
with action
the sidewalks clean in Starke? a reaching blocking their'runways. So, proper place-
Editor, Telegraph: have such laws and enforce them. ahead and pulling the earth back and to the ment of the trap is the key to successful
The walks a disgrace, especiallyfrom sides. This action also forces the surface
I observe that Starke has a problem..that A pack like this 'could' kill a child, a handicapped are trapping.
should be alleviated or better yet, eliminated. person, elderly person and even an Pratt and Orange to Orange and soil upward, making the familiar ridges
G t STRAY DOGS, singles or packs. Licensed? able-bodied person... man or woman. Highway 100 and 100 West. There are that trace its progress.If Location of the trap is also important.
Unlicensed. I phoned various agencies but could get no weeds at least a foot high growing out of you observe a large number of burrows Many burrows made during the search for
All last night in the area of the 'park' and prompt and proper action. We were told to the cracks in the walks. There are limbs in your lawn or garden, its natural to food are never used again. To find a bur-
300 block of N. Church Streetbarking, howlcall 'dog warden'-could not locate such a and weeds hanging over the walks so you assume that many moles are present. Ac- row that .consistently traveled, cave in
ing dogs prevailed and NO Starke authority person. We were told he comes on duty at 5 cannot even use them. Some of these tually, a single mole could be responsible.The short sections of all visible runways, and
or Bradford County authority took notice and p.m. this evening. What hours does he work? places are vacant lots, but others are mole is a very active animal and requires check each day to see which ones the mole
did anything to alleviate this illegal situation. This pack was running from 2 a.m. and we residences. a large amount of food, often con- reopens. After repeating this process for
noticed them until suming an amount equal to its body weightin two or three days, you should be ready to
Eight or nine dogs are in this pack. resting noon or past, today Doesn't the city have a policy to keep vacant -
Who Is derelict? There must be a LAW that in the yard next door adjoining the park. lots maintained and bill the property a single day. set traps. Be sure to carefully follow all of
provides for handling of such situations Who will take on the task of eliminating the owners? As for the private residences, the Moles are often blamed for eating,root the manufacturer's directions for trap use.
(possibly dangerous to humanspotentially dogs running loose, under no control? Let's people who live there should have enough crops, such as sweet potatoes, carrots and If a trap fails to produce within two days
However, the real culprits usually the mole has changedits
not procrastinate, someone get hurt. trimmed and peanuts. it probably means
their premises
dangerous)... either State, County orTownCity may pride to keep
gophers, cotton rats or mice. have been
are pocket the
habits
law. Your child, your wife, or even you. cleaned runway may
Starke IS nice town let's make it up.I Earthworms and insects constitute the disturbed too much,or the trap may have
a a
have collars
,Some of these dogs appear to SAFE town and it that walk this route every day, so have bulk of a mole's diet. If the mole's menu been set improperly. In any case; a non-
keep
do not. Most states have licensing laws way. but from
some become especially aware of it, productive trap should be moved to a new
D.E. Fisher
covering rural, urban city towns. I do not to be the general
observation,this appears after reasonable wait.
location a
and Western Steer Steak House
Bradford Starke 320 N. Church, Starke was
County, or
know if the State, rule rather than the exception all over
burglarized. Fortunately, from the profes-
town r Marba Whittle sionalism of our Police Department and

REPLY:.Starke does have an ordinance on dogs, providing for their licensing (with tag), payment 1320 Blanding,Starke County Sheriff's Office the suspects were KLPOA,MembersTo
of licensing fee, inoculation against rabies, and prohibiting running "day or night, unless apprehended.Too Hear Gene BrayAt

said dog I fa muzzled and is accompanied by its master or some other member of the family, or Law Enforcement often, -we forget the fine work of Oct. 18 SupperGene
unless said dog is fastened with a leash and held by Its master; or some-other person for its Departments these departments. To the leaders of these Bray,'Clay County environmentalhealth
muster.Thin law, however, to our knowledge, has never been enforced. departments and all the men and women director, will be guest speaker at a
We are informed by City Hall that Starke does have a "dog catcher",John E.Griffis,who works Thanked for Action who work for them,our hats are off to you. covered dish supper, sponsored by the .
only after p.m.! and can be reached only by messages left at the City Hall. Furthermore, he is Editor, Telegraph' : Kingsley Lake Property Owners Assn. at
I'C reported to be resigning this position October 31 As owners of local businesses, we For your prompt and effective action, the civic center Friday night, Oct. 18.'Asocial
r\\ W. with everything the above writer has said and have likewise left messages at City Hall 'sometimes get caught up in a maze of problems we wish to express our deep appreciationand hour will be held starting at 6:30: .
agree told the situation would be checked after 5 p.m. small town, we heartfelt thanks.
the Church Street dog pack. We were Being In a p.m., with supper served at 7:30.:
,brt Tuesday regarding, Oct 13. but at I p.m. there was a pack of nine running loose In a yard at the corner. .of sometimes forget the things that make our L.M.and Sandra Norman* All Kingsley Lake property owners are'
: aiwchand AdkW town so special. Donald Falcon urged to attend and take part in the discussion -

: of "+'," Thin past week both Norman's Market Harry M.Hatcher of,matters concerning the lake.r .

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Soft Shave.............................. 1.99
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Del --- Cough Relief................3.39
'24 NUDrin COUNT Tablets.........................2.29 : :C10 P4 .: E-Z
COUNT PLASTIC OR SHEER
Curad Bandages .....................1.49 I FOIL C
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Jer ens Shin Lotion .., ........to....... 1.69 ''d
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Alka Seltzer Plus.......................%:J.39. LOAF BAKING PANS FOIL SQUARE DISPENSER CAKE,
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vMBEi VITAMIN t WELS 9 SOUP t
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POLISH,BEEF SMOKED OR li LIT'L BUFFET ft FLAVORITE IMPORTED
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REG., A.D.C. OR ELEC PERK 12-OZ BOX P' 12-OZ BOX / REG HEARTY OR AUGRATIN
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marriagVof their daughter,Linda grandparents. Mid.Mrs.Joseph ... :':,-'" .\,.. .':':;'" ': '": ':" J" .. :
Kay,to Ichard Joseph DiPaolo,son Bakken,Sr.Highlighting.
of Mr /Betty DiPaolo of Brandon; the background were w' '.r
Fla. / two large arrangements of peach t TreasureHunt'AWSONS
I The marriage took place colored carnations and white mums. '
I al like home of the bride'parents' 'L5'surprise gift from Mr,.and Mrs: ? -
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I Moisted officiating : Donald Hardenbrook and Mrs.Boots
f The bride wore a street length Green of Starke,family of the bride. h '
white chiffon knit dress with scallop The wedding cake was made and
embroidery. She carried a lovely given as a gift by the bride's aunt, ..
silk arrangement of peach and white Mrs. Kermit Gilje of Wyndmere,
roses and wore a similar! wreath of N.D.Following
flowers in her hair. wedding trip back to
Attending as matron of honor was Florida the couple is residing'
the bride's sister Mrs.Deby Robert Starke where the bride is employedas
son. Attending as bridesmaid was, a Registered Nurse at Bradford
the bride's other sister Mrs.Karen Hospital, Inc. Mr. DiPaolo is
Kinneberg. Both were attired in employed!at Crown Printing in Max-
similar peach .colored 'suits and yille. Mr.and Mrs.Rlchard DiPaolo,
white blouses.Serving as flower girl
was Teshina Kinneberg,niece of the.
18" Bar
bride. PIGEUMEERPBRTNER $454
Serving as best man was Donald'' I'm]
Bakken. Ushers were Steven and
Dennis Bakken brothers of the C :_ ;,
bride. The ringbearer. was Erik, PRICES EFFECTIVE:THURS. OCT. 17, THRU WEDS. OCT. 23, 1985. .
Robertson nephew and-godson of 7Ikk"( '1.\1\\ .Im| dgmd ro.'Ib,'.professional ""Incur po l II light In Nelght. Ito fwilur..Unlade n wild state Ignition.Mwllriil,mlM-rrdut'tlon{ MmliinliiKt NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ERRORS.
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Lettl Fay.'S .mn.r i brake.Thinanr'. *buill la kerp)oul'ulbng'

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To Wed Oct. IS
MARTHA WHITE
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PARTNER.SAIES & SERVICE :
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Miss Cathy Sumner announces the, \
engagement and approaching mart 224 E. Washington Street Starke 964-7580 FLOUR CORN MUFFIN
riage of her'mother," Lettie Faye .
Sumner,to Robert Jerome,Jeffers. e REGULAR OR SELF RISING MIX
The.wedding will take,place on
Friday.Oct. 18,8 p.m. at the Starke,
Recreation Center., THE LAW FIRM 7"gc ; 5 $

OF 5 BAG LB ( j 7.5-OZ / t

Barbara Batkcom, BOX
LIMIT 1 PLEASE
Roger Rowe,,Jr.
Terence' M. Brown P.A.IS
To Wed Nov. 9 SWISS MISS

Mr. and Mrs. James I. Balkcom MARTHA WHITE 7-OZ PKG. HOT COCOA
announce the engagement and PLEASED TO ANNOUNCETHE
approaching ,
., REGULAR OR WITHMARSHMALLOW
marriage, of their
daughter Barbara Annette MUFFIN MIX
OPENING OF ITS ""' t
Balkcom of.the New River area to / ,
Roger Wayne Rowe;Jr.-; son of Mr.\ ASSORTED VARIETIES .
and Mrs.Roger Wayne RoweSr'. .. ;: ,of NEW OFFICESMonday $ 39
Starke. ---- t
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9, at 6 p.m. at:the Flat Baptist :" Oct. 21i. WESSON 12 CT
Church of Raiford wth| a':receptlon
following, <-.. v". OIL I HUNT'S
All friends and'relatives areln-;. : LOCATED AT
vited to attend. 35" OFF LABEL48OZ -1B.B.Q. SAUCE

486, N. Temple Ave. \\ ORIGINAL, HICKORY SMOKED
Did You Know......;:.,.:
? I ONION or COUNTRY STYLE
C.E.O'Steen and Al Kay,Carlisle, $ 7 9
attended a meeting of the American (Across,from:High School) t I
College of Hospital Administratorsin 2.9
Dallas Texas Sunday"to Wednes- BTL 18-0 t

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TOMATOES 100% PURE FROM CONCENTRATE
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I downtown redevelopment in The City of CARTON


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SAUCE BEEF, CHICKEN, ORIENTAL
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Affected, property owners shall have an 3gc: I DINNERS $ 69
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The,;assessment' plat showing;,the area Boil MAITTMA WHIT N' Bag ''Grits ..'. .to-oz.69 mH DANDY

to be'assesse': the plans ,and specification Microwave OAVN.LC NCOCNMCMCM'! Popcorn MtTO, VUUUCTlIi,..io.5-oz' 1 .7 9 QUICKGRITS

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of: .this ,proposed redevelopment Stewed., Tomatoes ff .-.,.. .14.a.OZ.6S 5L8
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Jeffrey and Jan McRae of week ot October\ 28 through
Mr and Mrs. Hill Adams announce Theressa: announce the birth of their November 3,a revival will be held at
the birth of a son, William daughter, Rebecca Nicole, on October Madison St. Baptist Church..
feif Henry! horn Oct. 6 in Alachua 3 in Alachua General Hospital Evangelist Tommy Phelps will be
(i11I'ralllospilaJ. lie joins (I sister: She weighed 7 lbs. 6 oz. and teaching the services staking 7:30:
FROZEN Laura Ashley, age( II) months measured 21 inches.: She joins p m. nightly Tommy Phelps Is aformer
Maternal\ grandparents( are Mr brother Jeremy Scott, age 3. wrestler Known as"'Nature
(1 SALE and Mrs Warren Winkler and\great Paternal grandparents are Mr. Boy". He has since become H an
'
FOODS grandmother is Mrs I..S. Williams and Mrs.Julian McRae of Theressa. Evangelist.
I'tikTii.il grandparents are Ir and Maternal grandparents are Grace Everyone is invited to com\and
t Mis II |II.| Adams and great grandmother ). Searle of Theressa: and Chester take part in an exciting week.
E PRICES EFFECTIVE is Mrs\ J. II. Moseley of Searle of Decherd,Tenn.
THURS. ,
OCT
17 THRU
WEDS. OCT. 23 1985. NOT Sl.uke
RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS QUANTITY RIGHTS Paternal great-grandparents are Tina Renee Crawford,
RESERVED. Mr. and Mrs: Robert Bilgood of
lliitl.tn Nit holt*Sli.iuiimiMr Theressa: and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marcus F. CruceTo
MINUTE MAIDORANGE 6-OZ McRae of Starke Maternal great- Wed Dec. 7
.and 1l William Shannon announce -
Es. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
GREEN GIANT the birth of a daughter, Brittany Price Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. John
S9C Nicholc, born Oct 9 in Alachua Hammond of Therrs Mrs. Mary L. Crawford announcesthe
CORN ON ; ::::: JUICE (iI'nerullloSpital. approaching marriage of her
I' Maternal grandparents are Mrs.: daughter, Tina Renee, to Marcus F.
THE COB MINUTE MAID 12-02 Carol Sutton and the late Walter Sut- Cruce, son of Mrs. Gertrude Cruce
4 EARS APPLEJUICE lon and great grandmother is Mrs. and the late Frank M. Cruce of y
I
79C Viola Kodeman Holt Paternal Lawtey. Miss Crawford is also the
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob daughter of the late Thomas Robert
Shannon Jr and great grandmothers l- Thomas! Edwin; Bush),Jr. Crawford,Sr. of Starke.
are Mrs. Virginia Shannon Capt. and Mrs. Thomas E. Busby The wedding will take place at
ASSTD SIZES and Mrs Mary E Wood. Paternal Sr. of Monmouth, N.J. announce the Evergreen Baptist Church in
99'CELESTE FOR ONE S H 29 great great grandmother is Mrs. birth of a son,Thomas Edwin Busby, Lawtey on Dec. 7, at 7 p.m. with a
Jr. born .
Gladys Harmon.\ Oct. 11. reception following.No
JU Maternal grandparents are Mr. invitations are being sent, but
and Mrs. James: F. Bloodworth of all friends and relatives are invitedto
M.ittlirw: Daniel('lemons
Starke and great grandmother is attend.
VAN DE KAMPS CRISPY 13.5-OZ EGGO Wayne and Kathy demons of Mrs Bloodworth of
Lucy
FISH \<::: .J.o"':;:., lleilhronn\ Springs announce the Gainesville: : Did You Know...........
S t 79 WAFFLES 9g .' "J:: birth ol a son, Matthew Daniel,horn Paternal grandmother is Mrs
STICKS HOMESTYLE ORBUTTERMILK'aK: Sept 4.Maternal. is VickyJunes Charles Busby of Orange Park and Mr. and Mrs. John Bartkowskl of
I grandmother
I great grandmother is Mrs. Jim
Ball
ol 1 haw ley. Paternal grandparents of Madison, Fl Spa.N.Y were Sunday visitorsof
: Busby:
VAN DE KAMPS CRISPY 14-OZ are Mr and Mrs Walton C Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Chism
FISH Demons. Jr of Heilbronn Springs while enroute to Clearwater
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l.; ADK members will be celebrating. DKG, Alpha Nu Week It is hoped the citizens of the 'Mrs. John D.Johns attendants, wedding "party; Immediate
Alpha Gamma Founder's Week Oct.. 14 18. There community will lend their support. families and out-of-town : '
SororityFounder's will be special treats at each school To Celebrate j Education benefits everyone. Hosts Rehearsal Dinner guests: Appropriate toasts were
Day center. Natl. Education WeekThe made. .

Beulah Baptist Church Mrs. John D, Johns gave a dinner The honored couple presented
Alpha Nu chapter of the Delta
Alpha Gamroa' chapter of Alpha. Oct. Oct. 10 at gifts td their attendants during the
Kappa Gamma Society Interna- Homecoming 20 party Thursday night, dinner,
Delta Kappa had a Founder's Day tional announce its support of National Western Steer Steak House for her I

celebration, Jfed by Sandra Duncan Covered Dish Dinner Education Week Nov 1724. Beulah Baptist Church will have son, Doug and fiancee, Martha I
at its! nutlifig Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. in Planned for SinglesAll This is a time (to recognize the Importance homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 20 at Struth following the couple's wed-
St.Mark'Parish House. of education for children. the church, 8 miles South of Mid- ding rehearsal. .
Memhu/s participated in a ".'aml. singles are invited to a covered New Knowledges are coming forthso dleburg on SR21. The U-shaped tables were covered
ly Feud/style game with questions dish dinner Saturday Oct. 19, 7 p.m. rapidly (that one cannot let Sunday school at 9:45: high atten with lace cloths. The head table heldan Jakab's To Celebrate (",
based rfi ADK history and current at the First Baptist Church in theirselves become complacentabout dance day and morning worship at arrangement of fall flowers in 25th Anniversary f..

inforroution. Starke. their children's eelucation.I 11 a.m. followed by dinner on the shades: of peach, the bride's chosen '
Hostesses! for the evening were The church is located at the cornerof <; is a joint effort involvingthe grounds. colors for her wedding, and the side The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. '
I l.avtfn Drivas,' Mary Ann Kyle, Clark and Jefferson Streets support and concern of all in Program will be a gospel: sing at 2 tables held garlands of ivy In- Zoltan Jakab of Brooker are giving a
Te/esa Patterson and Joyce Come and bring your favorite volved.As p.m., River City Trio from Jackson- terspersed with peach sweetheartroses 25th Anniversary Reception at
Johnson. dish. If you need more details, call educators, the society pledges ville and The Weeks Family greenery and baby's breath. Smyrna Baptist Church in Starke at
the church office (9G4-t! (>5i2)). After 5 its: support of National Education Public is invited to attend, Pastor Place cards marked the seating arrangement 7 p.m Saturday, October 26.
p.m., call Doris Roberts, !1(14-f(! >675. Herbert MulIa Iy. for the 25 guests which All friends and relatives are in-

Did You Know,,,.....,. included the bride and groom, their vited to attend.AMERICA'S .


Miss Lillian Mrs.
Stump Joyce ------
Kiherd and Mrs. Beverly
Blackshear spent last week at
Waynesville! N.C. "

11 1 Eugene Rader of Peoria.IU. and 73'
sister Mrs. Evelyn Standard of

f West Frankfurt, 111. are visiting LAST. 4 DAYS OF.
their brother-in-law and sister Mr.
.
and Mrs. L. C. Early for 10,days. _

Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle was visiting
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. FAMILY DRUG STORE
and Mrs. Richard Poutenis in Box-
doro Mass last week and attendedthe Sale prices good thru

wedding of her son, Carl Robin Saturday, October 19th.
son to Deborah Decker on Oct. 4.

Ann Whiffen had as weekend
guests her son-in-law and daughter,
Bill and Jean indie and grand-
children Christopher and Josslyn of
Tallahassee and her sister, Christa
Garavito of Miami.Mr. .

WE'VE ADDED DOZENS OF ITEMSAT
and Mrs. Mac Baldwin have
had as visitors the past week her SPECIAL DOLLAR DAY PRICES!

mother and grandmother, Mrs. Nell
Pipkins and Mrs. Virdie Waktkms of
Bonifay. Mrs. Pipkins underwenteye
surgery at Shand's Teaching a ..ECKERDCOUPON, OUPQN" .
ECKERD"COUPONECKERD\ ,<
Hospital.
II B I G.E. SOFT-WHITE I e AJAX 42-OZ.. RINSO 42-OZ. I KODAK COLOR PRINT FILM 1.1 MILKY WAY, SNICKERS or
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore spent EDGE SHAVING GEL 11 MISER LIGHT BULBS I I Of ARM & HAMMER 65-OZ. 1 j 5 MUSKETEERS SNACK-SIZE I
Saturday to Wednesday in the 11 11 1 1 tP135-36
Smoky MountainsN.C. : $ 'PES I 1 55,-:nor I I YOUR CROICE 11 $ 100 ASA III CANDY BARS 16-OZ. 1Reg

17-OZ. $ 3 row CHOiCE ;
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene, I II 2 11 11 11 $ 2.99
Freddie Watterson and Mr. and Mrs'j I 11 11 Ya 11 11 2I 1

George Huggins attended the I II --.. 11 o 11 III 1
funeral of Bob in Lake Ci-
Chapman 11
ty last Thursday. i 111m i i .II 1
I I 11 ; i W e

I II 11uE i
Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Davis 11 r l I
returned to their home in Fort I I I 11 l F 1
E K F i '
I II "'
Myers last Thursday after a week's I II 11 0 1I ,
visit with her brother and sister-in- ter I 11 1 L is 1\\
law, Mr and Mrs. Roy W. Stone at r :
Kingsley Lake. I I I ,

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish, Dr. : I 11 ::.. 1I \

and Mrs. Harry Gruen and Mr. and : rowEnFUE 1 ::=:- :
JJJ I 1 i
w y.
Mrs. Pat Farnsworth attended the 11 6uoEp LUE ;
National Association of Community d 1 1 1 .. It1r to
Colleges in Denver Colo. Oct. 26. I .. 'e..........t ...10IU;." ,

The,-Cruens--Farnsworths..alsoa. _". .... .. ... I IlL 4I I 1 -
visited Vail,Colo. while the Red- ItGOOcj.ii ..is Y
dishs spent 10 days visiting points of
interest in Wyoming including
Yellowstone National Park.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire of $1 $ i1PR; 2$5IIATUIAL $

Toledo, Ohio and Mrs. Frances
SILRIENCE WOIIOER van CHOICE I'EGGS SHEERELEGANCE O'61AOES WSNAMroO =
Gravlee of Tavares last
were Fridayand OE NAIL ENAMEL GILLETTE GOOD NEWS FASHION POTATO (NIPS P rE.a
Saturday visitors of Mrs. Gladys CONDITIONER tHOICE OF SHADES RAZORS S'( or PIVOT COLOR MNTIHOSEngs. 1.S-O2. i 9-OZ. R g. 1./9sinaiiest / rouAEmO1S
Goldwire. Oz. CHOICE I'l Limit 2 to 5.59
DF urts s uEnoo CONDONkaR PIVOT 9ii
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Green spent -t
last week with their son and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Green in Wake _
ForestN.C. While they were gone .

Mrs. Green's mother Mrs. _____
J.H.Fields visited her sister Mrs. 2/$3 $7 $2 3 Fa@ INSECT A IOTROIOT
Emma Tanner in Baldwin. 2.99
1 ARPEGE COLOGNE SINAIEST Peg r
CONCENTRATED lrp I SPRAY 1OZ.Kg. ? UILETS "'? '-"" MIIAEAIN t1SIIM
Mr. and Mrs. John Burton of SIRAS 14.00 NCIC OF 20
Knoxville, Tenn., were :weekend MCA PE unvlw LImit Zr ,,
guests of Mrs. Janet Turner and all d F ? i HARD NAT SERIES
attended the Tenn./UFgame Satur -, ; -a. IO/0T ASSOITMENTam.

day They also attended a birthday .. .. = ROE. 5.99E
II nl. -
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celebration Friday night at the homeof .
t\fhll!! .i""

darin.Mr. and Mrs. Thorn. Lloyd in Man- ,,..,....'.:.:.;.:..:: :..:.,....)..;..r."." II,, .15"Ij ..... ]
$ ........ "_..........,..-. -
,
6 -"IO., ,......" .. 14- $3
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. have Ei' /
Payne ... .
NU/AIN YOUR CHOICE SIAYFREE1AllETf
recently returned from a visit with
relatives in Findlay and McComb NUPRIN ULTRATE 600 or CALTRATE SILHOUETTES'
touredthe t01TtE Of too 600 .ttH VITAMIN 0 60'i lOX OF Z& q r'IM
.
Ohio. On the return trip they ,n K." t'"T1I1I. Limit 2NUVOX Ii II; LImIt 2
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Biltmore House and Gardens in ............p.... ..... !
Asheville.N.C. and visited places of T ,r p6 rov' l
interest in Helen, Ga.
I

Mrs. David (Donna) McClain of -'p: '"'. .
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:
Pine Forest Apartments gave a
salad luncheon on Monday, Oct. 14. $28 19 'f $2
r4 Guests attending were Joyce Bosier, _
Anna Craig, Sheila Wilkinson, Zena SPUTUS UNDER' AM/FM VIDAL SASSOON 1
Flint Gwen LaFollette, Edna TNI COUNTER STEREO nu or VENT /
Trainor, Debbie Mullis and Carol M/m aoci HEADPHONE RADIO !I" STTUR HAIR
Craig. MOW #0111"-" 15800 ..g. 21.99 .I, HUSH .... J.M I
With countdown timer.

Out-of-town guests at the Struth/- I
Johns wedding last Friday night
wereMrr and Mrs. Rod Struth of

,Plant City,Mr. and Mrs.Bobby Case
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin ORAL t
Page and Billy Page and daughter $1 $3 ,$2,. *
Kim of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. OFF \\
Gary Gullic of Gainesville, Mr. and YOUR CHOICE IDiom HEAVY OWl I Ip I jlf
Mrs. Melvin Weaver and Mrs. lout CIGARETTES Dim URGE 22TMERIETAi
ONE CAITON Wood TRASH t UMN LEW
Louise Tatum of Boynton Beach, -. "IaduGed' !by .law. UlIU The kIWIS:-': RAGS 1S'S RAKE .... Z." L iI
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Booker, Mr. and ,I maOauw". N.sm.SS'PAL b I .... .7S nllY JOT '
T.W 9N
Mrs.Deland Monso Tatum Mr. and and Mont Mrs.Tatumof Mike 2.71 Suq COSTV M pn 79"ty&Si'&ISS. ?

J Sanders, Mrs. Laurie Edwards .. r.. CHIID'S 9/" IlAUOWffil ISZV&irnup -
Misses Laurie Cornell and Kathy 1 1.97 WI .... Z."
Ruth, Mr/ and Mrs. M.L.Jordan, $ mD $ $ 93t ClS
2/ 5 I 4 ..
Skipper Jordan, Yvette Hogan of f .. 1.Z!
Mr. and Mrs. Scott nT-O-HOHET
Jacksonville, .
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W i r
DOUOU .' mlEADY SM5in
Baker of Mandarin, Mrs. Ben ENERGIZES joopoanPHOTO x.59 NAIIOMEEN
"M" or Art + tANDT MK Ip,1.l1 6 171Emas
Rogers and daughter of Orange ATTEIIES FtASHUGHT AUURtf. .... .9445tH .
Park. wttII 2 REE 7.J9
urnIES a

Mildred Frick, Eloise Goodman
: and Pam Wheeler attended the 0rrrrree.rrr r rEn.rrrrrw 7
ceramic show Saturday in Jackson- I _
2.00 OFF
ville. OVER 60? wsa'I .
-z REGULAR PRICE OF YOUR NEXT
f t Dr. and Mrs. Greg Reddish and SAVE. 10% 1 ULTRALAB, 35'* _

son of Orlando spent the weekend i 30% LARGER PROCESSING \ 1
his lather Sheriff Dolph Reddish D
with and family and attended the UF Join Eckerd's Senior Citizen HIGH GLOSS KODAK PAPER 1
: Discount Club and save 10% 1 SLEEVED NEGATIVES Ion
game. Eckerd prescriptions, Insulin ( SM UK III/o* pales far. 1 -UNIQUE DISPLAY FOLIO 1 ,
Mrs. Kathleen McNeely and convalescent aids & much more! WEngNi Unit one coupon per ml. Coupon good alt lor"J85. ((751))

,daughter.. Michelle of Lakeland will 'i to Halt quntttln. + + '
to weekend guests of her parents,
Herbert-Thomas. Mr*.
Mr and / i
Urlo
HCurtis f Atlanta will Saturday

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IN THE CIPCUIT COURTI proper In BiodlordCr '4bj( of Uniform Standard RICHARD &. WELTY. School Lunch
I BPAOFOPO GUN uny, Florida: Bill, of lading. ., CHARTERED Menus .
U, flORIDA 1966 GMC Truck I.D.DLAX4011F4704P GATOR TREIGHTWAVS.INC. 954 N lamp AvaoueP .
has <>;Oct. 21-Oil. 2;* ,
CIVIL DIVISION .: Carrier .O. BIK 995 '
Itrudfoi'd I
been filed Klrin. & Middle
CASE NO 85COMMUNITY 2 against you Pin. 04 Mtm d'd I n M $orke Florida 3209)) Fcb@atlAlrrlxlll
and your are required to 10 IT I'd.9, 10 2' -. : Iliiinlmi' | i>r Gruvy inaslii'il 'piiTul a .rv .' n ,
serve a copy of ((904)) 964 8050 xriM-n IWIIIIH.: HluiKlxTry; Nhnrtuuke.lrihc'ude: ': ;: : 'I .III II I''Uil4 qu ,419,11 1 II PPPiii \ .'; ,'1' "p14,01''p' I III'I I ,dpr, ?' I 1
your _
,. attorneyor Personal) .
BANK OF STARKE STATE Plo.n written to defenses, if any, R.pt.$eii'ollv. luvMiliiV milk v|rhill. crackers, Kimli'ii miliirt .- It's Our 1st 1 Birthday !I of'1"'Ul'I..I'hll'UIlIo' .
it on Rich'ird ,,
tiff E. Welty, BELLE lOVtllP.rs roll milk 0 :
vs Plaintiff' Attorney ,.nal' Representative teMerll'x1111,1i s HIH u /'I+dIIP UII"|>, hi't'M' liumlM '. <.;0..
JOHNNIE B THOMPSON whose address Is P.O. 10 17 21chg 10/34 | 'ur+ hiihVN, In"xxnu', milk CATFISH'S I
ALMA J,. Box 995 Starke, Florida TO WHOM IT ThiirHil' \: thukui +and rliut threw Hlix. iulMIKI >.
THOMPSON. | > Hluu', fruit, ,
32091 before MAY CONCERN -:- sup t'lNiklihnl Kills milk
SEARS ROEBUCK & on or You ore hereby I-'rlllllylIlImllur/Cc'r on turn, r"'II"'III'II's, IHluu- Sandwich Shoppe '
COMPANY, November II, 1985 and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT., nndlnntduchxvdnlrrukomdk! .
notified that I will all.r'ar
HI NEIGHBOR ENTERPRISES file, the original with the BRADFORD! COUNTY. 107 E. Call Street 964-4524
sale and sell
Clerk of this Court either at public ,.. FLORIDA, JUVENILE I
INCdbo
before service on Plaintiff sale to the highest! .and"bel DIVISION IJI'adfonllllgh School CALL INS WELCOME .
HI NEIGHBOR bidder for cash the .
.
WHOLESALE COMPANY, s Attorney or lip-,. o" CASE NO.85.90.CJDIVISION ,
mediately..thereofter; following described MmiiliiM Ilimilmiijoi+ imishul' 1
2 730 wavy imlnliii'H'
CAPITAL
'
INC. ASSOCIATES.. .. .,.otherwise a default will livestock: Itni'ii; IH'IIIIH. xhanlx-rry Hluirlviiki1, |IoIMI'"IH.| Friday October 18 Only I -
be' entered One female cow, .milk ,
against IN THE INTEREST
BARNETT BANK OF you black and white, OF luikiluHull' triitkcru itniilin snliid.IMmlH'H .
for the relief demanded, approximately Infant Mole Pelrey, A iliiiuiimiiinill' milkUiMliirHilii .
.
JACKSONVILLE N A .
900 Ibs., 18 I Inch Gator
STATEWIDE in the Complaint, opproxImatety Child I Hii'l v 'K,*lal U* H. c'III'I'M1 Inunhqvr Party Subs
COLLECTION 3 to 4 old '.., linmiiii.
DATED on October 7, years bolt milk $
CORPORATION 1985. One Roaii colored 'I'ItiirMlitt i ,'10..10111111") rice, tliti'M1 HIX|' uililuiitPHliiw : Feeds 10-12 People 1195
EDWARD S. TRUPPMAN yearling bull NOTICE ', Iruil cup, tiHikii. hut riillH, m''.k.
M.D.. Trustee, GILBERT S. BROWN 40016s. approximately THE STATE OF FLORIDATO "'rlth.l ,: Iliiiiiliiiimriiii, him fruit I 1'il'H. .IHIuicmill .
and RANDY MILLER In By Clerk: Beulah of the Moody Court at 11 o'clock o.in. on m.nt: Albert Wesley De luiimtiMit. tliiHuliiie, cuke, milk Get One 6" Sub Buy One 10" Sub

his, capacity as Executive Deputy Clerk the 24th day of October Residence Unknown AI.A-CAKTK: I chips canned drink... Get Second One -
Director of the
Department 1985. at the .fallowing
10'10 4tchg 10/31
of) Revenue, Delen -. place: Lloyd Stillwell MiMiiliit,I'U/u, lumiliiirK'x, imI 'udugx. livnih+ $3.00 1/2 PriceBUY +
You are hereby .
dants I iii* in mini')wee milkhtuikitilll +
NOTICE Form In Gialtom, to notified that a Petition ",lll, ,('IMVM'Illll'|((i|'H, dull llll-K, |1.11.111+, -
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NOTICE satisfy a claim in the sum under oath of milkxhnkm, <...11I11'>pore. ONE FOOT LONG HOT DOG
OF SALE Notice is hereby given of approximately $502 which copy WF<|IIPM<|II' :PiIrtTOh frlfx, tin'"niliiitKt .
NOTICE is that under and by virtue for fees, expenses for has b..nd.posit.d 'Ilk ki'ii milkhluiki'K' GET SECOND 1/2 Price
hereby of. Port IV of Chapter 83 and andco.t. with the Clerkof 'hllr,"."} :4'lllt'M'hill K<'rs, mull flirt*. |)illmllkNluiki .
feeding ,
given that pursuant/ FS as Self.Storage Facility core this Court for you has >... 11.11I11"juketrliliit
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the Final Judgment Act that the undersigned been filed lit the obov."yl.d ,l't//u. liiinh Irk1" wrudugx, mnnifjiiiii1 UUUV 0 UVVU UV U9
entered in case number DOLPH E. REDDISH imlkshukdI. U r r
Court, for the
85.2, in the will sell for coshto SHERIFF per ""I.;at'h dug Hliiik ills hour n i'him'i uf a hul Mint'h
Circuit Court
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the highest bidder at BRADFORD COUNTY maneiit commitment to m Hiiluil 1.11'in' lh'\ limy piiithiiM. .1, li, rmlr
for Bradford
County 301 South 1640 S. The Children's Home
Florida, I will sell the Walnut St. Storks, FLORIDA Society of Florida fm
Itchg 10 17
property situated In Florida at 9:30: a.m. on subsequent adoption, of
Bradford' County the 18th day of October Infant Male Petrey a
Florida described as: 1985, the contents of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT male child of whom you
Unit 23 belonging to FOR BRADFORD COUNTY are alleged to be the
A parcel of land contain SHIRLEY HALL containingmiscellaneous FLORIDA natural Father said child
ing 9.5 acres +more or PROBATE DIVISION' being' born on the 4th
less, lying In the NE 1 4 household goods by C 4 CASE NO. 85.102.CP day of September 1985
of the NE 1 1,4 of Section C MINI STORAGE,16405. FILE NO. 1.3679In at Jacksonville, Duval
34, Township 6 South Walnut St. Starke, County Florida; and you
Range 22 East Bradford Florida 32091. phon. Re: THE ESTATE ore hereby commandedto .

County Florida. Said 964.8848. OF EARL L. GEIGER be and appear before
parcel being more particularly 10 102lchg 10 17 Deceased. the Honorable GEORGEH.
described as PIERCE Judge of the
follows: NOTICE OF Circuit Court ot Bradford
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ADMINISTRATIONTO County Starke Florida
Commence at the NE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. at 1:30 p..". on the 20h ,
corner of said NE 1/4 and FLORIDA ALL PERSONS HAVING day of November 1985 + '' L
run N 8838'' W, along the PROBATE DIVISION CLAIMS OR and to show cause why
Northerly boundary File Number 85.88.CP DEMANDS AGAINST THE said Petition should not .
th.rso798.00 fee 1.3667 ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL be granted
Thence S 143 E, 45.55 OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED WITNESS my hand as
'feet to a concrete monument In Re: Estate of 'IN THE ESTATE. the Clerk of said Court
located on the VIRGINIA D. CORBETT YOU ARE HEREBY and the Seal thereof this .
Southerly boundary of' Deceased NOTIFIED that the ad 10th day of October Touch Calling makes a But most important coming in the future.
the ROW of State Rood 1985.
ministration of the
230 for POB. From POB NOTICE OF estate of EARL I, Clerk of Circuit Court lot of sense. It's fasterith Touch Call service And you wouldn't

thus 1043'described E, 765.00, continueS feet, ADMINISTRATIONThe Nun.be.GEIGER. deceased.85.102.CP,Cose and By Barbara Deputy Stonier Clerk and more convenient to from Contel you will want to be out of touch.use .

more or less to the Northerly administration of 10' 17 4'chg II'7 the
File Number of than have
1-3679 Is course a access to many -=
=
the of ==_
boundary of the estate VIRGINIAD.
ROW of a graded county CORBETT, deceased Court pending for Bradford in the Circuit County rotary dial And more exciting new electronic CF-_ L
road, knownas File Number 85.88.CP,
is
commonly
Florida Probate NOTICEPleas.
Division fun services that will be Continental
Wilson Road. Thenre pending in the Circuit the address of be advised tha too. Telephone System
in a Northwesterly direction Court for Bradford County which is P.O. Box B.Starke. copies of the Bradford
along last aforesaid Florida Probate Division Florida 32091 ECIA Chapter 1 Protect
Northerly boundary the address of The personal representative Application for 198586
670.00 feet. more or which is P, O. Drawer B, of the estate Is and the Bradford State Call your kical business office for availability of Ibuch Call service In your area
less, to the Westerly Starke Florida 32091. BELLE LOVELL. whose address Compensa'ory Education
boundary of. said NE 1/4 The names and addresses Is Rr. 3, Box 696 Program Plan for 1985.86
of NE 1/4, thence N 17' of the personal Storks Florida 32091. (and all pertinent protect r,
W. along said Westerly representative and the documents C;.
The name and address of related a
boundary 540.64 feet to personal liz
the personal representative thereto) ore available
the Southerly boundaryof representative's attorney '
s attorney are set without charge ot the ,
the ROW of State Rood are set forth forth below following address-;: ,
230 aforesaid thence In below .. ,
; AJL., PVons having The School Board of. }
'a ffaWerly direction >t All Interested persons '?claims' or' demands Bradford County V 1 : ..
y, along said Southerly are required to file with against the estate ore Office of Coordinator
boundary and along the this court WITHIN THREE required. WITHIN THREE of Instructional Support ? \
arc of o curve concave to MONTHS OF THE FIRST MONTHS FROM THE 582 N, Temple Avenue
the North and having a PUBLICATION OF THIS DATE OF THE FIRST Starke. Flo. 32091
radius of 115592 feet NOTICE: ((1)) all claims PUBLICATION OF THIS Phone 964.6800 r, s > S2
491d41eef, as measured against th. estate and NOTICE to file with the Itchg 10/17 yy 'f r4f 4C
along a chord having a (2)( ) any objection by an clerk of the above court .
bearing of S 8836'55' E, interested person to a written s'o'ement of nNA
to the end of said curve.Thence whom notice was moiled any claim or demand NOTICE OF BID i7
S 8950 E, along that challenges the they may have. Each The Bradford County .
said Southerly boundary validity of the will the claim mus* be In writing Board of County Commissioners
130.86 feet to the POB. qualifications of the personal and must indica'e the will open
at public sale, to the representative basis for the claim the sealed Bids on the County
highest bidder for cash venue or lurlsdictlon of name and address of the Employees H.alth Insurance Ir1f sly,
at the front door of the the court.
Plan
creditor or his agent or on Monday. t i rxv
Bradford County Courthouse ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS attorney and the October 28 1985 at 9:30: t

in Stork. NOT SO FILED amount claimed. If the a.m, ot the Bradford tb
Florida between 11:00 WILL BE FOREVER BAR t ,
: claim Is contingent or County Courthouse. y y'"
a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on RED. unliquidated the nature Bid specifications may :
the 7th day of Publication of this of the uncertainty shall be obtained from the
November 1985.GILBERT Notice has begun on October be stated If the claim Is Clerk's office The Board !
S. BROWNAS 10 1985.P.rsonal secured the security reserves the right to reject
CLERK OF SAID Representative shall be described. The ( any and all bids
COURT : claimant shall deliver Gilbert S. Brown
10/10 4tchg 10/31 EDWARD.. R. CORBETT sufficient/ copies of the Clerk to the Board
Route :2. Box 340 claim to the clerk to 10/17 2tchg 10/24
Keystone Heights. Fla. enable/ the clerk to mail
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
32656
one copy to each personal ,
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY ;:

FLORIDA Attorney for Personal All persons representative.InterestedIn

CIVIL ACTION Representative: the estate to who a .'j : f'li ki1 ;'' "'
NO. 85-418 MYRON C. PREVATT JR. copy of this Notice of Ad 1I
CASE P. O. Drawer 790 ministration has been 1 I

GEORGE G. GARRARD Keystone Heights, Fla. mailed ore required,
32656
Plaintiff WITHIN THREE MONTHS
Telephone 473-4993 FROM THE DATE OF THE e
v* 10/10 2tchg 10/17 FIRST PUBLICATION OF 1 ..
SUZANNE: K. SIMMONS P e
PFENNINGER THIS NOTICE to file any t
MARK A. MOSHER and NOTICE abjection( they moy
JUDITH S. MOSHER Notice Is hereby given hove that challenge the i ..
Defendants that on Monday October validity of the decedent's 1 I
28 1985 at 10:00 o'clock will, the qualifications of /

NOTICEOF A.M., the undersigned the personal representative v i.
ACTION GATOR FREIGHTWAYS. or the venye or
INC.. will sell aju public: jurisdiction of..,the tours. y AU
TO: MARK A. MOSHER ouctiqn for cash at 2600 All CLAIMS "'oriel.'secrrtVjfelfentf.: x' etev i u r N CMrfieM.rtteftWme'&tWtiifc'arf.t
and Lloyd Rd.,. Jacksonville QEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS >
m 4 'ltto< &3ifcti JUDITH S. MOSHER Florida, one lot of HeadBoard ,, NOT SO FILED, ., .
Will. BE FOREVfc BAR 1 9
Address Unknown and Bed Frame
consigned to Mr.'Camilla ,JtED. .
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Fabrego Miami, Florida, Pate othe first ? -, ETOoAf Orri - -:- rarl Irtlrts IratroB
to satisfy freight and publication of this Notice :' 8
that on action for .

declaratory regarding the judgment following the storage provision charges of Section under of Adirrtnttratlon, 1985. : 17 October .1 3 P+i:. Dinner 8II II 9 PC. Family Meal 81 15 PC. Bucket I

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60NGUTO"pUSNess IB I Recipe'M! or Extra Crispy'" Chicken, or Extra Crispy" Chicken" II I Recipe1*. or Extra Crispy'' Chicken for 1

mashed potatoes and gravy. cole slaw large mashed potatoes, large gravy only' $7 99 with this coupon Coupon'

B and t.biScuJor! only $2 79 with '(tjiis I large salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits good only for combination white/dark
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; coupon. Coupon good. only for combination for only $S 49 with this coupon I orders and may not be used with any

1 white/dark orders and may I Coupon good only for combination other special offers Limit' one per

not be used wlth. ny'other special white/dark orders and may not be I coupon. ,Customer pays all applicable I

., offers" Limit 2 per coupon used with any other special sales taxOFFER ,
Yarns
I'm Selling AH I Customer pays all. I offers. Limit one per coupon I EXPIRES I

and Accessories! applicable sales tax. Customer pays all applicable -- 11-15-85 .

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families are welcome to enter, but there is a limit of one entry per per-
son each week.
'' / 2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the TELEGRAPH and
must be dropped off at the TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday -
1 afternoon. Fill in all the blanks with either the name of the team
1 1.i you think will win or "tie" if you think the game will end in a tie. The
t t person who picks the most games right will win the top prize.
Ali 3) In case of ties we will use the total points scored in the Bradford
v High School game each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a
tiebreaker. Please fill in the points you think will be scored by the Tor-
nadoes and their opponent combined in the tiebreaker blank. For in-
stance if the score in the Tornadoe game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents
7, the correct score was 26 points.
4) All decisions of the judges are final. A second tiebreaker will be us-
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zrWillz9ar MOTORS .

""REALTY W. Madison [ MOSLEY TIRE CO.: j't' 'r

Arkansas vs Texas N.w York M.ch.nlc.t'"<".,"
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964-7200 vs N.w England Muffler' Work U.S. 301 South Starke

964-7776 vrIB e o p 864.6600
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EVENINGS EVENINGS -
______ ? Dodd 964-7409 Randy Cory; 964-8590 We Have Your Wagon..
CECELIA Irving John Green Clark.Jr. 9M-718B 533-2121 Wayne Douglas 964-6593 Come See How Economical e. Santa Fe vs Jacksonville Kenney
Novl.Ward 984.7454 v
iTERWIll.lEQAR Tommy Chulaln 964-4319 It Is to Operater! TIr.. Wrecker Swvlc


Putnam Custom. Made Gator Sports Shirts SUZUKI of STARKE -

116.9510 '22.95PJ'S U.S. 301 South 964-6020 .
Medicare Services
(U.S. 301 South)
107-E W. Edwards Road 1252F South Walnut Street We Have A Large ;i>
r, (Across from Norman's) 5
964-4037 964-7434 Selection of

\O",a.. ; tilt ,"DII IY'FI1day 10-f Saturday 10-9 NEW SUZUKIS |

aets '. "6"a'to," &' Seminole Gift Items r'i' \titiJ In Stock i
Newberry vs Hamilton County Ro\
\.P" Red & Gray Fat Laces
Parts Service Sales

COME SEE THE ALL NEW CHEVY & OLDS TODAY! 964-4442 ,
New York Giants vs Washington
Brownlee
102 E. Road

Starke Jones Funeral
Home
Orien Wells & -- ( fi _

Charlie Schramm QMA .:-- 1 Z- Jones Convalescent Services

will treat your right! $cle/r6\t '''
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CUE VY-LtIS Gainesville High vs Lake Weir 473-3176. Keystone Hgts 964.6200 Starke

New York Giants vs Washington "Let Us Help You Spread Confidence" i'

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STUMP'S GEORGE ROBERTS INS., INC.
DEPARTMENT STORE 088 N.TEMPLE AVE DENMARK FURNITURE
? STAKKE. FUDRIDA 32091( Iowa vs Michigan
Bradford Square.-- Starke 964-5423 (904) 9847828ALLSTATE 5 OF STARKE
I ,AtrrOOWNERSAETNACASUALTY.
See Jim for a Large Selectionof EOROE ROHERTS: -AGENT & C. SCOTT ROBERTS-AGENT I 434 W. Call Street S t ar k e

Men's Suits ROBERT I; REAL CIGNA ESTATE 964-5827
& '(
Sportscoats 986 I
N.TEMPLE AVE. CEOIK3E ROIIERTS.BROKER We
Have A
AT A GREAT PRICE STARKE. FLORIDA 32IM1J( 1 TERRY A. GAINES ASSOCIATFE Laz-A-Boy Recliner
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Baker West Nassau
County vs. COMMERCIAL' ACREAGE AND HOMES.
COMPLETE APPRAISAL SERVICE Ohio State vs Purdue


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Community State BankCorbett's .. ::. in Building Supplies, .. l '
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402'N. Temple 964-6436' Denmark. Furniture F :I::} / .r\', ::}> .' JACKSON BUILDING SUPPL'

Lake Butler Starke
.Jackson Building Supply Keystone Hgts.
BHS vs North Marlon' 1 I : S.W. 6th Ave. US 301 South JctSRZl & 100
Jones Funeral Home 496-3079_. 964-6078 473-4973
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COMMUNITY STATE BANK Lake Chevy-Olds : : r

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Minnesota vs San Diego
PJ'S Sporting Goods (' I
U.S. 301 South 964-7830
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George Roberts Insurance_ .. = & CARPET INC.
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Come. See Us for : ..,
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Loan Stumps Department Store 964-7423
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Historical Museum darkened back to Hit IKOO'lIl last Saturday on a special
day of reiiiemberancc for Clay ('ollnti llls. r
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By Mark FrifdlinBCT men in the field operated back in the steps down from the Civil War ex- The engine was a vintage diesle
Staff Writer Civil War days, giving vivid accounts hibit which was held on the lawn in from 194!), according to Phillip
of battles and other trials and front of the old courthouse buildingin Spencer, pl"Oudowner_ and operator,
tribulations of the conflict. Green Cove Springs, a site whichfit
A large crowd turned out for a day The square dancers were lookingon right into the age of the period be- demonstrator and explainer to the
of good old fashioned fun Saturdayfor the lighter side of things a few ing celebrated that day, a dignifiedold curious who crowded around fro free
of the grits and grain spill- .
a special birthday celebration for building located on SR 16. samples
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salute to the history of the area's There were five square dance the mechanical beast.
early settlers with special reinact- groups entertaining the crowd during "The grits are ground at a slower
ments of a lifestyle long past. the day and the colorfully dressed rate of speed than the mill" he was
performers were quite a contrastto '
telling a wide-eyed youngster. "You
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the War exhibit. The dancers
have the mill
set the teeth in just
There and wove intricate patterns at the direc- ..
was square dancing
right and throttle the engine at ex- .
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folk music, a blacksmith showing his tion of a caller--spiffily'dressE'd'oJdel" :. '" '
. 'who 'knew ...il.d 13Ythl'Sight: etting.: ..: ,.- :
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wares In th..hade'81J"OIci oak a' -i':1,1-:
genuine moonshine still operated by how to put them through their paces. The sweet smell of warm, freshly t q nr? .a f
Clay County Sheriff Jennings The tunes soon had the big crowd cooked cornbread came wafting
Murhee and Clerk of the Circuit clapping along in accompaniment.The across the lawn around lunchtime as J1I\ % .,.
Court George Carlisle working overtime Mr. Spencer's corn meal was put to J
to supply sips to the curious city moonshine still was a actual good, use in an old-fashioned oven
slickers who lined up for a fiery working model (confiscated years .and there were free samples to '
taste, and an old fashioned grits mill ago by Clay County deputies and spare for the crowd of more than 4!
which percolated in the backgroundwith restored to operating condition for 1,215 people who signed their namesin MP
its old engine beating with an irregular the occasion) and made a sound the visitors logbook set up on the -, r 4 t ita
thumping sound in the after- somewhat similar to a oversized cof- steps of the old building.The .

noon air. feemaker as it produced the illegal R;, -
brew. The crowd was anxious for a Clay County Celebration wasa f
sip or two, but some seemed a little birthday party, the 10th for the
A group of "confederate" soldiers nervous as well, perhaps remembering Clay County Historical Museum,
decked out in genuine battle garb in- some of the descriptions of the now located in the old courthouse
cluding flintlock rifles, old canteens distilled corn mash in print and building which displays life as it used -
with dates inscribed on them duringthe movies. to be for the citizens of Clay Coun-
ty and in the surrounding areas.
1800's, a pup tent equipped with
turn of the century gear for the field The grits mill drew a large crowdof tc'
and all the equipment of a old regiment onlookers who had never seen a Sponsors were "extremely pleas z..
were on hand from Jacksonville complicated contraption that looked ed' at the success of the party and
They were kept busy .we quite like the one set up on the old plan to hold a similar event next
throughout the day explaining how courthouse lawn. year.

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and Phillip Spencer explained his grits making minitower( left to the
curious at the birthday celebration In Green Cove Springs.
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on three of their first four clenny pass thrown from the Baker QB Long had a hole you could yards for Long and a first at the
possessions! Tornado footballers shut 19 which led to the first Bradford drive a trucK through for his 24 yard Baker 12. Showing pass, QB Long
out previously unbeaten Baker High score. Defensive tackle Chris run up the middle for the second then ran right end for 11 yards to the
:It.in/ a crucial district contest on Dougherty, no. 64, caught the touchdown, which capped a 70-yard Baker one, getting kicked out of
Bradford Field last.Friday. night, deflected pass on its way down and drive. Baker was kept off balance on bounds just Before he reached the
Oft..II. ran toward the goal with several the drive by a varied passing and goal line. RB Jenkins carried around
Flayed before a capacity crowd, it Wildcats 'on his heels. Dougherty running attack. Running back Clin- right end for a one-yard TD run.
was a classic, Coach 'David Nurse fumbled the football and it bounced ton Jenkins rounded left end for' 11
.win, The Tornado defense of Coach toward the goal line. Bradford's yards and fullback Aaron Matthews Defense Outstanding..,
Mike; Sexton limited Baker to 66 Wendell Shanks, a defensive back, quickly went over right tackle for 13 Baker High never got out of its 1 a
: t yards of offense and got its third recovered the fumble for BUS on the yards and a TD !!saving tackle had to own end of the field except on two 15
.. shutout of the season. The Tornadoes Baker one yard line.A be made by Baker safely Lee Ellis. yard penalties in the second half. On 'fi rn n+ !k,
racked 261 yards of offense the
up same play, however Tornado "
against a good Macclenny motion pushed Bradford The drive stalled alter\ a 15 yard David Hamilton intercepted a Baker
team. But for a good Baker pass penalty penalty and Baker defensive tackle pass. '
back out to the six, but on the next
delense with Wildcats gelling one found Mike Mark Belford, 5-9, 215, threw The longest Baker run was 38 1 4jJ- _
hand on the ball at the last second, play QB Long the end/one Chappellgoing fullback Matthews for a two yard yards in the second half. I II
the Tornadoes easily could have across : just over loss on the draw play Bradford set Nursing a three touchdown advantage
the end
the and to tight
scored a couple more touchdowns. ,for the goal first Tornado passed touchdown with up to punt, but the snap went to the Coach Hurse became more con
back, which was QB Long who servative the second half
up throwing
Tornadoes opened with 1:04 remaining in the I first period h/ .
The
I threw into the left flat to end Billy fewer passes. Near the end of the I
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in the David Hamilton
quarterback Frank Long t
Jackson who ran for 21 yards to the game. Tornado substitute playersgot
shotgun so he could run or pass his three strong, high:( extra point Baker 34 and l first down. to play
without a handoff, and had pass kicks.
The defense, however, never letup
all the field,
receivers running over .
Only twice did Baker runners
,a surprise for the visiting Wildcats. The Tornadoes drove 55 yards tithe > 52-Yard Drive... make it around the Tornado ends.
A dangerous runner and passer, QB, Baker 12 on their first possession On the third TD, QB Long set BUS The 4-4 defense which Bradforduses Sa" '
Long kept the Wildcats scrambling 16 carries, a before a holding penalty pushed up in business at its own 48 with a 17 now effectively kept pressureon N +
running for 109 yards in 6 of them back to the 23. QB Long peltedthe yard punt return Long had allowed the Baker quarterback,containedthe
6.8 yard average, and completed for Wildcats with passes, but he was Baker punts to roll dead early in the end run lrys,and intercepted two
touchdown.19 passes, including one pass a rushed hard and hurried one throw game, but began fielding the punts. of Baker's 10 pass attempts.Bradford .
a Baker defender got a hand on Olu'pass
Bradford gridders are undefeated and the pressured Long overthrew On first down QB Long threw to High 7 14 0 0 -21Baker '
5-0 on the season and 3-0 in District one. But the drive backed widcout Andy Jones and with High 0 -0--- -0 ---0 + 0 P/ w "
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by Jackson and Doughei- front the speedy Jones added some EP Hamilton, kick.aLong. .
It has been three years since Brad- ty. running yards for a 28 yard advance 24, yd run. EP Hamilton,kick.BJ.nkns .
ford had beaten Macclenny. In 1983 to the Baker 24. QB Long then went one yd.run. EP- Hamilton kick.
BHS Baker
Bradford couldn't score and lost The third TD came on a 52 yard left to the 10 yard line on first down, Pint Downs 14 3
12-3. Two years ago Macclenny won drive with six seconds left in the first, and about a foot short of a first. The Ruining, Yards 40-114 21-M
21-7. half, with running back Clinton Tornadoes then tried two passes but Pasting Yard 57 10
Jenkins going over from the Baker those quick Macclenny backs knocked PA PC'PI If.a.0 111 Wise Nails Baker Runner...
Defensive tackle Greg Jackson, one yard line. them both down with good defensive Punts 1411 !131Fumbl.'osl Inside linebacker Gary Wise, no. 67, nails a Baker ball carrier Leo Jefferson
no. 63, started the 1985 game off plays. On fourth down, a hard- oj 10 2.1P.naltesyards Running mate Hon Brown, no. 77, defensive end Lounie Hamilton,
right when J"f> h-iHrrl ,clown n !M->". 70-Yard Dri\o... charging Tornado forewall got two ?o t SO and defensive tackle Greg Jackson fire up in support.
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:North Marion is quick and will eel Coach David Hurse is also worried football. The Colts have been more 66, 6-0 195, 12; tackles James Hbff, There is good size on the Colt of the football," said Coach Hurse.,
alter you Bradford High coaches about winless Bishop Kenny which of a running team, and have been no. 66, 6-0, 185, 11, and GeorgeM defense, The down linemen are when asked how he plans to attack
say, warning of another tough test the Tornadoes meet Oct. 25. BK is passing about 15 times a game. But \>Tina Salas, no. 53, 6-0,178,12, and strong side are Tim 'Patterson, no. North Marion. Hurse is counting on
when the 5-0 and Class 3A thiru- winless but has played some good Couch Hurse points out, if the Tornado tight end Scott Grumbo, no. 21, 5-11, 73, 6.1,212, 12, and Keith Kingkade, the veteran BUS offensive line of
ranked Tornadoes travel to meet the football during the year. Mid defense contains the Colt runn- 163. 6-4, 215, 12. The weak side down center Danny Manning, guards
Colts this Friday night, Oct. 18. dleburg, a good Class 4A football ing game, they might be forced to The Colts use a pro set with a split linemen are Persell Woods, no. 32, Keith Gillingham and Chris Cribbs
To get to North Marion High go team, had to throw a 56-yard TO pass more. backfield, making it easy to run 6-3, 185, 12, and Leonard Thomas, and tackles Tommy Parker .anti
south on US-t01: to where US-441 in pass with 1:30:: to go in the game to Couch Sexton puts NM in a class power plays to the tight end and slot 6-0, 178, 10. Inside linebackers are Jackson to pick up the Colts'
tersects.:Right alter the intersection beat Bishop Kenny. with Inverness and Baker High. side, or making it easy lo throw play Kent .".,.ho...; no. 5. 171 17 nnHJirry hard rushes and give the quarter-
is a caution on 301 and 441. Make a But the Tornadoes can't afford to Nothing flashy, but a very sound action passes.: The split end is Jrnkiii ILL ,' ., M I 1:111: to<.. back time to throw. The Head Tor-
left, go several miles and North look ahead they've got enough worries football team both offensively and sophomore Clarence Mackey, no. 1, The outside linebackers are 'l'ommy nado says if Tornadoes can !del a
Marion High School is on the left. with North Marion. this Friday defensively "They just keep com- 5-7, 148, who has good speed. Slot Sims, no. 4:1:), 5-6, 177, 11, and Major couple of touchdowns up on NM, the
North Marion is 2-2 so far this year night. ing," says Coach Sexton. "This will back is Billy Padgett, no. 80,6-0,185, Norman, no. 12, 5-9, 1311, 12. Corner- defense can hold them. The shotgun,
but both losses have been real close. Colt left halfback Craig Damon, be the first time we've lined up 12. The right halfback Is Vince Ed- backs are Scott Grumbo, no. 21,5-11, from which QB Frank Long can be a
Ocala Forest beat NM 9-7 by kicking number 4,5-8,162,11, is the man the against a team that just really wantsto wards, n l. :30, 5-7,161, 12. 163, and Kenny Holt, no. 11,5-10,145, big threat throwing or running;will
a field goal in the last three secondsof Colts look to move the football. And, take the football to you," says The Colts don't look real powerful 12. The safety is Billy Padgett, no. be used some, Hurse says.
the game. Ocala Vanguard beat BHS Coach Mike Sexton says, Coach Sexton. offensively Coach lIurse says. 80, 6-0, 185, 12.
the Colts 17-16 on a field goal in the Damon does a good job of runningthe The Colts have the sire to take the Defensively, North Marion uses a Big Kingkade, Grumbo, and
final 1:30: of the game. NM beat West football. It s another case of fooball to opponents in center 4-4, just like the Tornadoes. They Padgett go both ways. North Marion, other than In-
Nassau 21-8. BUS beat WN 3513. NM where we've got to contain some Johnny Padgett, no. 65, 5-10,175,12; play man-to-man defense in the verness, will be the best team the
beat winless Bishop Kenny by one speed, Sexton points out. guards Kieth Kingkadc.: no. 64, 6-4, secondary and send the rest of the Tornado Tactics...? Tornadoes will play', says Coach
touchdown. North Marion runs and passes the 215. 12 and Edgar Lal'ounlain, no. defense rushing. "We're going to throw the heck out Hurse.

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look their bread and butter side play makes things happen for QB Frank Long had 109 yards
away from them," says Defensive other people. Dougherty has two rushing and passed for 57 more
Coordinator Mike Sexton of the 1985 tackles: and four assists, and Harrell yards. Long ran 16 limes and
Baker game. two individualt.lckles. averages! 6.8 yards per carry. Run
Baker has been known for the big Inside linebackers Gary Wise and ning back Clinton Jenkins rushedfor
play, for hurting an opponent with a Ron Brown "...confine to amaze me 64 yards in 10 carries, a 6.4 yard
quick pass or a turning the corner. just haw fast they've come along" average. Fullback Aaron Matthews
The Tornado defense kept a tight lid Sexton says. Both Ron and Gary rushed for 29 yards in 4 carries, a t MuinrJtr
on the Wildcats, however.It have been: heads on them, and it 7.25 yard average. r
wasn't any one or two players. It makes a lot of difference. Brown had }
was good team defense the: strong- two tackles and 4 assists, Wise one QB Long completed 6 passes to
minded Tornado defensive leader: individual tackle and 6 assists. The tight end Mike Chappell for a
says of the Big Red defense's third inside linebackers can make ad- touchdown, F1J )Matthews, end Billy
shutout in five games. justments to get to the football or gel ckson and wid'outs Andy Jones,
Greg Jackson "...just played a other people to the ball, Sexton Patrick Diggs, and Todd McLeod.
super game" at defensive end says points out."They .
Coach Sexton. Jackson, who plays just keep playing heads up
both offensive tackle and defensiveend football and team defense. As longas Players of the Week..
at 165 pounds had seven we keep doing that we'll be in Greg Jackson is the offensive
unassisted tackles to lead the team. good shape," says Coach Sexton. lineman of the week and one of three
Jackson has become sound Coach Kaminski the
a very Jerry says defensive players of the week,
consistent defensive end, Sexton BUS defensive secondary all plaYl'dwell chosen for the honor by BHS Big Red Defense was Dominating...
and is im-
says. against Macclenny
"We were well-prepared for them. proving weekly. Junior Cory Strong coaches.tackle and Jackson defensive is end.an offensive rfviisi\c a tacH 1 Chris Dougherty, no. of, gets rushes. Other unidentified Tornado defenders get
We know what they were going to do, played safety 95 percent of the time. through to Baker 1 Mark Itrlford almost before he tllldt'r l Tornado blockers and stand them up.
both offensively and defensively" Dennis Hamilton and Wendell play gets Hit iKimlolf. lu icle linebacker Ron Brown, no. 77, .
says Coach David Hurse. the cornerbacks.The QB Frank Long and running back III .
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Sam linebacker Lonnie Hamiltonand Clinton Jenkins are co-oflensive
defensive end Billy Jackson on backs of the week.
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"These boys have a chance to go undefeated. They know It. They
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"We are capable of going all the way, if we can stay healthy. Thatis
BHS does not have a lot of depth, Hurse
the key, Hurse states. Taylor H. Kirby, Jr., M.D.
could hurt. For instance,
points out. A couple injuries to key people C
when quarterback Frank Long was out against Williston, BHS Ike Ganey, M.D.
managed to beat the Class 2A opponent 7-6 in the season opener. e ''
1986
BHS faces its third team in a series of three tough opponents at Thomas K. Young, M.D. 1 a
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The Bradford High School Girls
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win of the season, defeating
Eastside this week. 101 ,E. CALL ST.,
However, their season record STARKEcomfortable
dropped to 3-7 with losses to Mid-

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At the 18th annual Lee Invitational Girl' Ploc, 2-Mil.a l-Romana Ten- and Vicki Rayes at 18:30:
( Cross Country Championship, the nant 14.50, 5-Vlckl Rayai laiSI The boys three mile event was won
; Bradford Middle School Roadrunners Boy'. Plats 3-mllol J4.Larry Green by Baker's Scott Elley in 20:45: with
ran in the junior varsity races 73.32, H.Eric Wall Ji.40 M.Chrli RodrlqualJ55 the top Roadrunner,Eric Wall cross
Saturday, Oct. 12. : ., IS.David Flichar' Mi4o J7-Jlmmy RiCkS ing the line, in 24:25 for fifth. Thereare
In the girls races, Romana Ten- 11:11: 3?Chris Snow 11 41 no boy's varsity runners any
nant won and Vicki Raves crossedthe longer.
lin!' in fifth place.
Tuesday's Home Meet: Girl' 2-mIla Ramona Tennant 15:04
For the boys Larry 'Green' was Running in Tuesday's home meet, Vicki Rays lailO
24th and Eric Vlrall 32nd. the Roadrunners held their own Boys 3mlloEric Wall Mill 7-U.rry
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Breaking for Position... CAMP BLANDING The 1985-86 Quotas established for the area in- Also, 250 for the area south of
hunting season will mark the beginn- clude 150 for the archery area, and SR-16 and north of Tank Trail,
It's mad confusion coming off the line as everyone 85 points, but Were shadowed by number two ing of a daily quota system of allowing 400 for the area north of SR-16 and known as the north dog hunt area,
trys to get position at this year's Lee Invitational. The Tallahassee Leon by just three points. hunters on the Camp Blanding SR-215 and east of SR-225, known as and 150 for the area.south of Impact
Lady Tornadoes managed to pull out a narrow win with Wildlife Management Area. the still hunt area. Road.
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Continuing to get the wins, the Tornadoes over the top by only three Finishing second was Santa Fe He expects that there will be with between 150 and 180 in the 3A
BHS Lady Tornado Cross Country points. BHS won with 85 with with 53 points and third was Baker 600-700 runners in the various races girls event.
team picked-up two more by winn- Tallahassee Leon close behind with with 62.Running.
ing the 18th Annual Lee Invitational 88.Leon just hard enough to win,
Cross Country Championship Satur- is in the same region as the the Tornadoes dominated the meet,
day,Oct. 12, and dominating a three- Tornadoes and will be one of their shutting out the two other teams
I way home meet Tuesday, Oct. 15. top competitors when spots for advancement from the first six spots. ORANGE PARK PEDIATRICSCharles
Run at the Florida Junior College to the state meet are "Going into today's meet I knewwe
North Campus, the Lee Invitationalwas decidedd later on this season. were going to blow those people
supposed to have been a fast away," said Loper of the much
course with good times expected. Team Results: weaker teams.
However times slow for this .
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were
1 BHS IS l-Tallahaim Leon M,1Mlddleburo.M
} y. late in the season, with individual 4-Wolfwn 102, S-Rlbault a-Suwannta us, Team Reiulti: I-BHS IS, Santa Ft si
winner Beth Michaels of Lee cross- 1 Forrait ITS I Laa 22*, 1-..k.r JM, Tarry Baker 62Individual T. Dellinger M. D.
Parker Sandalwood, Ed Whit.. Bolls no learn ,
ing the line in 12:35: for the two miles. cora Ploc.! i-Lori Sapp 13.37
Top finisher for BHS was Lori Sapp Kelley Jackson 14:17 Chrlitle H.rr.1I14:32.
who ran a slow 13:04: for fourth. Individual Plocall I.Bath Mlchaeli' 12:35, 4 Lisa Tlarney '.:34. i-Robln Manning 14-39 Richard G. Gehret, M. D.
a About one-half to three-fourths ofa 2.Mlchel,. Jarnlgan Leon) 12:.., Neither t Cnrlsiy Anders 14.54Upcoming.
mile were under water,said Coach Whltakar 11-Kallay Jackson ILaan 11.32 12S2 16-Lisa 4-Larl Tlarney Sapp 11 11::47 04,, Dan R. Spearman, M.D.
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Barbara Harris '4:12. Cnrlitla/ Harrall
Keeping It Up... muddy conditions slowing the girls 14:21, It.Robin Manning 14:21, JO.ChrlsivAnders Next meet for the Tornadoeswill
Robin Manning, the number five down. Also he indicated the team 14:35Tuesday'f be Saturday, Oct. 19, at the
runner for the Tornadoes now, puts was coming off a very big effort at come Meet: Deland Invitational at the Deland
out the effort needed for her 2Ith.! the FSU meet last week and the let In a three- ay contest with Santa Airport. announces
place finish at the 18th. annual Lee down took its toll. Fe, Baker and BHS, it was really no This is the largest high school
Invitational Cross. Country Cham- A team effort by Kelley Jackson, contest at all Tuesday,with the Lady meet in the state, says Loper, and the of branch office
pionship run at FJC North Campuslast Lisa Tierney, Barbara Harris and Tornadoes taking the first six will give the third ranked Tornadoesa opening a
Saturday. Christie Harrell pushed the Lady places. chance to meet their other rivals.


Camp Blanding Youth Hunting Day a Big SuccessHunting I inMIDDLEBURG, FLORIDA


season started early this charge of the hunt. The purpose of be accompanied by an aauit. Blanding had remained stable for
year for eighty Florida youths. For the hunt is two-fold: ((1)) to controlthe All hunters were given a pre-hunt the last eight years, approximately
the first time, the Camp Blanding number of deer in specific areas safety briefing by Sgt.Steve Backus, 3,000.The population is controlled by
Wildlife Management Area was of Blanding; ((2)) to provide Florida a Florida Guardsman, and the issuing hunting permits to a specific
opened early for a four-day youth youth a hunting opportunity under Game Commission Officer. number of hunters. The area 2755 Blanding Blvd. 282-2002
hunt. controlled conditions.The The hunters could use a shotgun designated for the youth hunt has a Suite 112 Office Hours
This was a supervised youth ac- hunt is spread out over four with buckshot and were required to high population of deer according to
tivity coordinated by the Florida days, which includes the weekends wear orange vests and hat. Any deer Garrison, and deer were involved in AAiddleburg Ft 32068 By Appointment
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Man Killed in CrashA weekend Whitehead., according to. In Starke With TheftA Hinds was a steam plant operatorat Patrolman K. R. Hinds Jr. Brown-
Union Correctional Institution ing is being held under a $5,000 bond
68-year-old Worthington A teacher contacted Loses LicenseState 15-year-old and a 16-year-old
Springsman for mental
health.
have when he conspired to defraud the
was killed 1 late Friday nighl Sunday morning after Insurance Commissioner been been charged with the
the burglary at the theft of several bicycles in the government according to the Inter-
when the car he was driving crossedthe Bill Gunter has taken action against Starke nal Revenue Service.Gainesville David L. Sluder of Starke was ar-
center line of US-301 and struck a agricultural four Northeast Florida insurance area. rested Oct. 13 for DI according: to
The
burglars took < two Juveniles have been steal-
semi-tractor-trailer head on, accor- powere agents for alleged violations of state Patrolman Hinds.Sluder was pickedup
ding to Trooper Kenneth welders and the school's ing bikes and rebuilding them for
Ethridge. Insurance regulations. sale Man at JoLu Motel where JHt was causing
Albert Wesley Johnson 'was pronounced three-quarter ton 1978 Gunter revoked the licenses of according to Patrolman John a disturbance. Bond was set at
with'DUITom
dead at truck with a combined Hodges. The thefts occurred since Charged
11:25 the
at
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$5,000 $6,000,
scene about 3miles south of Starke. Brenneman 41 of
Corby ,
said. Whitehead said Madison St., Apt. AE-1, Starke, on with three burglaries and one \
A St. Petersburg man, Charles R. Gainesville was arrested Oct. 11 for James Warren Paulk was ar-
August 30 after Slayton failed to res- grand theft, were released in the
Montogmcry, 48, driving the semi occurred sometime pond to an administrative complaint custody of their DUI according to.Trooper D. C. rested Oct. 11 on a capias charging
was not injured, but the night Saturday and 7 parents. while license and
damage to charging her with six counts of Myers. Brenneman's' 1980 Honda driving suspended
the semi was estimated at $5,000. There have been no misappropriating premiums. 'was southbound on US-301 north of charged with violation of probationfor
Starke
Homicide Investigator was D. C. press time, said Slayton was licensed as a life, Man SentencedFor Lawtey when the vehicle left the burning to defraud insurance ac-
is
Robert. investigation disability and general lines agent. Tax Fraud roadway traveling 250 feet on the cording to Lt. John Dempsey. Bond
west shoulder overturned and cameto was set at$250 for DWLS.and Paulk
Starke Police Kenneth R. Hinds, 58, of Starke rest on it's top.Brenneman's was released on his own
Starke Fire was sentenced Sept: 27 by Judge ,
bloodalcohol contentwas recognizance but was detained
Catch BurglarsThe Answers 24 Duval Woman John H. Moore, II, in U.S. District .12 percent. He wass released under a $5,000 bond for the VOP
Starke Police Department has Charged With DUI Court in Jacksonville to five years after a $325 surety bond was posted. Charge.
The Starke Fire probation and fined $5,000 for con- Damage to the Honda was$1,000 in
solved the burglaries of several responded to a total of Susan F. Dunmire, 29, of Jackson- spiracy to defraud the
businesses government the 2 a.m. accident. Earl J.Godwin,45,of Alachua was
which occurred last week
ing the month of ville Beach was arrested Oct. 10 and by filing a false 1981 income tax arrested Oct. 10 for failure to
with the arrest of four individuals. ding to Fire Chief charged with driving under the In- return and forging a United States child support, according to pay In-
Franklin George Wilkes, 18, and No major fires occurred fluence after her vehicle ended up ina Treasury check. Recent ArrestsIn vestigator John Tilley.Godwin purg-
three 16-year-old. male juveniles past month, just ditch, according to Trooper D. C. He was sentenced to five years In- Bradford CountyThe ed in full and was released.
have been with
charged burglaryand were made, said Hardee.One Roberts. carceration which was suspended. If
grand theft, according to call was to a Dunmire, driving a 1980 Toyota,, Hinds violates probation, it could following individuals were ar- Patrick James Guiney 32,was ar-
Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. and In- calls to vehicle northbound US-301 when her result in his the five rested the
were was on serving year during past week by local rested Oct. 10 for DI, according to
vestigator Richard Bennett. brush fire and one call to vehicle left the roadway on the east prison sentence. The conditions of authorities. Sgt. Paul Rhoden. Bond was set at
The four have confessed to taking fire. shoulder, turned sideways, slid 58 probation include restitution to the $150, he was released on his own
cash from several businesses on Six calls were to feet and landed in the ditch, said United States government of $1,781 David Jim Browning of Starke recognizance.
US-301 south in Starke as well as two four were false alarms Roberts.
other businesses in town. A 1974 was a gas spill. One Damage to the vehicle was $150. -
:. Ford pickup, stolen from the corner electrical fire and the Dunmire's blood alcohol contentwas
of Jackson and Walnut St. was assisted Bradford .13 percent, she was released
; recovered as well as a large amount during September, said after a $325 surety bond was posted. LORIDA /
: of the cash, said Captain Scotty "
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: 1... J. Norman Trial .

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began Tuesday, Oct. 21, with jury IN if any, on the Petitioner,
. selection scheduled for the day CANDIS VONCILLE '" Plant Rye
: before, Monday.The FLORIDA.I LAMBERT whose address Is: S
conspiracy to traffic cocaine P. O. Box 735 Keystone -1-r' aye Grass Now
trial will began Tuesday morning in CASE Heights, FL 32656 on or 5 Enjoy a rich green
Bradford County Circuit Court, the before November 22, 1985 6Rt,
second time Norman has appearedto and file, the original with the r S>F EV lawn all winter.
answer charges. A trafficking IN RE: The Clerk of this Court either L SO Ib bag
charge against Norman was CANDIS before service on the Petitioner Swan ReinforcedVinyl
dismissed during the June trial LAMBERT or Immediately ,12"
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when it was determined the white Wile, thereafter. Otherwise a
powder entered in evidence against Default will be entered 39*
: Norman weighed 42 grams but was and against you for the relief 1 Lb.
Double Fiber Knitted Reinforcementgives
only 37 percent pure cocaine. demanded In the Petition. Layered _
:. New charges citing Norman with RICHARD PAUL WITNESS my hand and the greater burst strength and longer life than
conspiracy to traffic in cocaine on Seal of this Court on this the
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: Sept. 26, 1984 were filed against Nor NOTICE 27 day of September 1985.
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following defendants appeared have no contact with victim.
before Judge Christopher Wynn pled guilty to
Pierce October 8 in Bradford County three charges of worthless check; he
Traffic' Court and received final was ordered to pay $45.50 in court
disposition.Kzkiel costs for each charge and make
restitution. Three additional -
: Brown,Jr.charged with no charges were dismissed but restitu- ,
valid driven license (NVDL.); produced tion was ordered.
valid license and paid $10 Bernard Beard pled guilty to petit
court costs. theft. ; fined$105.75.
Lonnie David Todd pled guilty to Norma Jean Bass pled guilty to
driving while license suspended worthless check; ordered to pay
(DWLS); produced valid license, $45.50, make restitution.
was oredered to pay $49.50. W. H. Parramore pled guilty to
Melony Jo Wilt poled no contest to worthless check; placed on court
DWLS; produced valid license and probation 30 days, pay $45.50, make 86 Escort
was ordered to pay $49.50 court resitution.
costs. Beverly Dawn Barney pled guiltyto
disorderly conduct; placed on 60
Wilt pole no contest unlawful '
speed; was ordered to pay $&1.75 days court probation. '
fine Loretta B. Douglas pled no contest
Bruce A. VanKooten pled guilty to worthless check; ordered to make \TTT.T$7995
NVDL; fined $105.75. restitution.
Henry French pled guilty NVDL; Lori M. Brooks pled no contest to
produced valid license, ordered to disorderly intoxication; ordered to
pay $10 court costs. pay $45.50 court costs.
Evelyn S. Banks pled guilty to
Steven Craig McMahan guilty
pled 4 Door, Clearcoat Paint Power Steering
DWLS produced valid license, retail theft;
; court costs. Molding, Air, Glass, Trim Wheels,
ordered to $49.50.
McMahan pay pled guilty unlawful Walter Scharmen Guards and Rub Strips, Digital Clock,
speed; fined $34.50. disorderly ; Remote Mirrors AAA-FM Stereo, Coss.,
Clarence S. Hagan pled guilty pay $45.50. Sound System, Full Size Spore,
DWLS, fined $105.75, sentenced to Ruth P. Holder Group, Interval Wipers, Instrumentation
ten days in the county jail. worthless check; .
Jason Lee Crews pled guilty im restitution and
proper driver license; ordered to $45.50.
pay $45.50 court costs. Mrs. James E.
Gregory Benjamin Taylor pled test to four
guilty to improper tag; pay court check; ordered to
costs $49.50.Taylor and pay $45.50
pled guilty improper driver charge.
license; pay $45.50 court costs. James Holder
Taylor pled guilty DIU; license worthless check;
suspended six months,50 hours com- restitution and '
munity work,attend DUI school,fined costs.
$624. 50.
Andrew Jerome Wynn pled no con- Docket DayTwentyfive
test NVDL; produced valid license,
case dismissed. ordered to appear in
Kindal Eugene Mobley pled guiltyto Court for Docket
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received final Defroster, Air Conditioning, Tinted
Judge Pierce. Light, Conv. Group, Power Lock
Court William Edward Power Windows, AM-FM Stereo
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advance unless credit I'l already HOLIDAY RAMBLER: 5th wheel, good MUZZLELr,7Ari, : R: 45 aTC ECfLlA.
ettabltthed with this ollic. cond. $8,000 080. Olin's Home Center, muzzleloadlng rifle and accessories ? i tr w'II iGAR
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT SI YOUR OWN JEAN. Hwy 100W, dealer. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 Exc. cond. $175. 964.5287 Itpd 10/17,
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN SPORTSWEAR ladies apparel 3-WHEELER: Honda X200. Exc. cond. 192 CAMPER: Palomino fold-down, rI'
" '" CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER chlldrens, large size/ combination store, 1750. Call 782-3333. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 hard top, excellent cond. Sleeps 6 comfortably rut Hle.9
".THE TELEPHONE. petites, maternity, accessories. Jor- IHC. HOT WATER HEATER perfect Stove Incl. $1500. Call !
h, Clottlfled' deadline It TUESDAY dache, Chic, Lee, levi), EZ Street bod. cond. Used one year. Call 964-5377 964-6941. Itpd 10/17
::, ',' ": NOON, prior Ip Thursday publication. Esprit, Tomboy, Calvin Klein, Sergio after 6:30: p.m. 10/3 3tpd 1017TRAVELTRAILERl977Cobra SEVERAL ITEMS: 4 Chevy chrome rims,. I REALTYPHONE
I a. : /r Minimum charge I Is 15 words for $2.75. Valente, Evan Picone, lit Claiborne, 5th Wheel,. like n.w$80' set; Queen size mattress, .
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R'. f then 10 cents for each word thereafter.. Members Only, Gasoline, HeolthTe, 32 fl., fully loaded. $5,850080. Call for boxsprlng, white headboard, good
", "' -.- over 1 1000 other, $13,300 to $24.900 Inventory more Info, 328-2228 (Palalka). 10/10 shape, $100! ; Zenith 19" B&W television, '964.7776
I ', training, fixtures, grand open. 2tpd 1017SEVERAL portable, $75. Call 964-7111', Itchg
.. ; CARS & TRUCKS Ing, etc. Con open 15 days Mr. Keenan ITEMS: Refrigerator, frost-free, 10/11 205 N. Temple, Starke I

", 305.678-3639. llpd 10/17 14 cu. ft., 2 compartment, clean, ex-' DIESEL TRACTOR John Deere 750, 4WD,
,tw'. i 198. THUNDERBIRD PB, PS,. AC, BUILDING 24x60 plus 2 acres: Sale or cellent cond., under $200. ELECTRIC 350 hrs., 4 ft. rototiller, front bucket TODAY AND ALWAYS, MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU.
?"rf' AM/FM Stereo cassette, cruise control,! rent Will consider investing on 301 5 RANGE, GE, white, clean, $85; HEATER loader, $7500. 496-3350. Itchg 10/17 THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS THE FOUNDATIONOF
! remote mirrors, auto overdrive. miles South of Slarke, good location.
, gas circulator, 50,000 BTU, $65; GAS LAWN SWEEPER Lambert Aries 38" OUR PROGRESS.
964-8092 from 8-3 or 964-6604 after 6 9044681084. 10/10 4tpd 10/31 HEATER, fireplace type $35. Pat pavement and leaf lawn sweeper Like ,
p.m. lO/7 3tchg 10/31 FRANCHISE: Debit One. the Mobile Dickens, Ace Rd. In Raiford, 4311200. new condition. 964-8894. Itpd 10/17
CARS S2OO. TRUCKS 13Oi: NOW at Bookkeeping, Service. Outstanding opportunity 10/10 2tchg 10/17 TWO ITEMS) Kingsize waterbed with. SPECIAL LETTERTo
local"'government surplus sales. Call for growth' and Income potential 30% OFFII deluxe flashing heater $100 '
Super
arrow ; Whirlpool clothes dryer' : Terwillegar Realty{ Starke .. Dear Cecelia:
1-518-459-3535 for your directory to pur- Accountants or, investors welcome. signs $259. Lighted non-arrow $247. $75. phone 964- 402. Itpd 10/17
chase. 10/10 3tpd 1024IT low Investment high return, unique Unlighted $199. Free box letters) Quality AQHA HORSES registered: Black colt We want to thank Terwillegar Realty for the speedy
IS TRUE you can buy Jeeps for $44 concept 1-800-331-2491. fcan 18310/17 workmanship. Warranty. See locally. $550. Palomino mare $1,000. Others sale of our three homes In Starke. We also were very
through the U.S. Government? Get the OPEN YOUR OWN: Jean shop, ladies Extremely limited quantity. Hurry. Toll also. 964-4402. Itpd 10/17
facts todayl I Call 1-312-742-1142, ext. wear. Infants, children or preteen store free 1-800-423-0163 anytime fcan 188 PERSIAN KITTENS 4 mos. old. licensed impressed with the selling representative, Mr. John

609. 4lpd 10/11:31: ))1/14,28 $14,850 complete store including fix 10/17 with papers. Call 964-7660 or 964-6071, Green, for our house at 214 W. Mimosa Drive. Mr.
1984 T-RIRD: Loaded. Has 48,000 miles supplies Inventory training Free
tures RATTAN FURNITURE: Lovely 6 piece rattan 10/17 2tchg 10/24'
warranty. Excellent condition. Take information, call Amy 19047514520. Green handled a misunderstanding between us and
living room furniture, excellent COLOR TV119" Magnavox table model,
over pmls. Will take trade-in. 964-7076. icon 180 10/17 cond., very reasonable. Call 964-4804 excellent picture. $135. 964-7425. Itpd the buyers in a most satisfactory manner. We com-

10/10 2lpd 10/17 after 4pm. Itpd 10/17 10/17 mend his professional attitude and ability.
CAMPER SALE
CHINOOK : YARD
1979 tOYOTA' CAMPING TRAILER: 15 ft. Travel Mate.
45,000 miles, great MPG, toilet, stove, Sleeps 4, Ice box, gas stove. 9648121. Believe us, Mr. Green will have a highly successfulcareer
refrig sink, sleeps 4. 964-8568 days" or PORCH SALE: Saturday 8am to 4 p,m. Itchg 1017HEIFERSI HELP WANTED in real estate, based on the abilities he
964-5176 eves. 10/10 TFchg 315 Walnut St Itpd 10/17 Registered ,,
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 1982 Corvette SATURDAY Oct. 19 10-6 p.m. 301 S, Limousine, $400 and up. 964-8121 purebred, Itchg FULL TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE: demonstrated during the conclusion of the sale of the
loaded with extras. Beautiful car turn at Zippy Mart go west on Hwy 18, 10/17 Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin, and Mimosa property.
Best offer. 964-8809. 10/10 TFchg house (Slade). Owens, Inc. Realtor 221
2'/a mI. Brick on right' OAK FIREWOOD: Keystone //Methodist W. Layfayette
Thanks for such fine
doing lob.
RENAULT LE CARl 1979 35,000 miles Nice furniture, bicycles rugs, organ, Church has seasoned oak firewood for St. 964-50651/4 tin again a
$1550. 964-8848 or 473-3627. 10/10 knick-knacks. flower arrangements, sale. A longbed pickup load deliveredand EXCITING OPPORTUNITY Sincerely, Richard A. and Murlol! C. Fuller

2tchg. 10/17 pictures, lamps etc. Itpd 10/17 stacked is $45. Call 473-2386 or Typists, Secretaries, Needed Now. Call
1969 BRONCO:' Ford, 3 speed, 170, SATURDAY ONLY: 619 W. Adkins St, 473-3829 for delivery. Cut to any length Kelley Services 371-1913EOE. 8/29 tin BARGAIN: Frame home, two acres, swimming pool. $15,000.
2800. Phone 964-5691. Itpd 10/17 8-5 p.m. Itchg 10/17 QUALIFIED SERVICE-MAN on mobile
MERCURY CAPRI 1983, black, 2 dr, fully GARAGE SALE: Fri, Sat, Sun. New Itpd 1017MOVING: MUST SELL: living room and homes. Prior experience needed or a WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2V\ year old

loaded t-top, cruise, tilt, AM/FM freezer, $275; stereo $85; cassette $50, dining room furniture. Come seal Con- good carpenter Starting pay over cedar & stone home with handsome great room, cathedral
cassette, CB radio elect windows, PS, and clothes, appliances misc. 801 N. Estates. Call first. 964-4962 $5/hr. Ollns Home Center. Apply In per
erly eves.
PB, AT, $6,000. Call collect 496-2659. Westmoreland St llpd 10/17 10/17 2lchg 10124NEWSPAPER son. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 ceilings, stunning fireplace, approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth
Itchg 10/17 4 FAMILY SALE: Fri and Sat. 9.12 noon. SALES PERSON WANTED: Exp. in the master bedroom with king-sized adjoining bath plus two other
CHEVY SUBURBAN: 1979, exc., clean Rain or shine. Baby clothes, clothes for PLATES: Aluminum. mobile home field or other related bedrooms
bath with door
& all this
super low mileage, trailering special the whole family, car seat, swing, play Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great fields. Olms Home Center, apply In per- garage magic opener, on
pkg, one owner. ALSO, 1977 Prowler pen. 708 Lake St, Starke. Itpd 10/17 for patching and repairs.. TELEGRAPH, son Be sure you have experience. 10/3 over an acre of beautiful land. Access Lakewood. boatrampand
travel trailer, 23 ft. generator.' Will SATURDAY ONLY Rd. 230 to Glen St. 135 W. Call 964-6305.. 5tchg 1031FULL.TlME dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake Saved the best
sell as package or separate. 964-7061 or Turn right, over to Wilson Rd. Follow the TRAILERS TRAILERS, TRAILERS: 5'xC' ASSOCIATES:Outlaw Realty.
9647578. Itchg 10/17 signs. Little bit' of everything. Itchg utility trailer' $650; 16' dozer trailer, 9644522. Itchg 10/17 part for lasta true value at $65,0001!

10/17 $1,700; 16' utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn NEED CASH for Christmas? $100 per BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford
YARD SALE: South 100. 1 mile out of cityon trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle week possible for 10 hrs. work. No ex Villas
REAL ESTATE left. Fri and Sat. Lots of fishing poles, trailer $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150;6 ft. perience. Will train. Over 18 only, with a variety of trees paved roads, water, sewage

OUT OF STATE rods, reels etc' llpd 10/17 ramps, $100. Olin's Mobile Home please. 782-3790 Marie. Itchg 10/17 police protection, nice neighborhood, $7,000!
SATURDAY: Oct. 19 8-6 p.m. Center' Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. INTERNATIONAL high school exchange COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Formerly the Pastry Shop, 138
Miscellaneous Hems, baby furn. & 1/101fn program Is seeking a local represen-
MOUNTAIN LAND for sale by owner, clothes, maternity clothes, etc I mile W COPY MACHINES: Canon-far rent or tative to select host families and super Call St. in the Historic Section of Starke, reduced to $23,000,

$100, down, owner financed 2 acre of 301 on CR 18, Hampton Lake. Itchg sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon vise exchange students. Contact Jan owner financed..
tracts, nearby 3,000ocre lake. 1 Vt hours 10/17 home or office copier, $999; Canon of- Smith, 5307 Northdale Blvd., Tampa,
TWO BRICK DUPLEXES & APARTMENT All
ONE BUILDING
north of Atlanta. 1-404-276-2727 or YARD SALE: Thurs, Fri, Sal 8.6 p.m. 3 fice copier, $1399. Rent to own for as lit, Fla. 33624 fcan 176 10/17 are
1-404-276-3668. fcan 184 10/17 bedroom suites, (125 ea. Couches $75 tle as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP, i 110 APARTMENT MANAGER needed Im rented and have positive cash flow and good assumable mor-
32 ACRES planted pine. Secluded at the, ea Washer & dryer $125 ea. Small W. Call St., Starke. 964-5764. 2/21 tfn mediately. Call 9644214. 10/1021chg tgages. Owner will take second for good client.
mortgages
end of the road, but only 1'Y miles from Items tables odds & ends. 1222 Brad ELECTRONIC ORGAN:' $49.99 per 10/17
town. Owner,will finance with $1,000 ford St. Itchg 10/17 month. No down payment. Call EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. We are proud to offer a handsome

down, balance over 15 yrs. at 12% in GARAGE SALE: Rain or shine, Sal. Oct. 964-6946. 4/04 tfn assembly work. For Info call brick and cedar home on 37Vi: acres, 4BR, 2'/' Ba plus a barn.
terest. Owner will also divide property 19. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Babys children and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 4tpd' 10/10,24, .
into smaller parcels $1,600 per acre. adult clothes. Small boys bike, misc. $14.99 per month.: Call 964-6946. 4/04 11/7,21 INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY

COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY ((904)497-3305) 512 N. Water St. Itpd 10/17 tfn ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: for Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.
ANYTIME. P.O. Box 207, Fort White, Fla. COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Starke clerk/cashier. 91. Must be 21 or older KINGSLEY
LAKE AT ITS BEST dock also
32038. Write for free brochure. fcon 177 GIGANTIC: Inside/Outside. Oct 1013. Truck Stop, south of Starke. 964-8212. and High school graduate. Commissary Living quarters on -
10/17 Electric chord organ exercises (OriginalInch 11/24 tfn Food Store, lawtey, 782-3017 Itchg 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled, plus second

ANXIOUS TO SEW 3.17 acres for Master); new and used Items in ADD A ROOM: 14'X22' 3,000/installed 10/10 home for family, guests or rental, several other buildings all
$6,340; 5 acres for$10,000 cash. Call for good condition. Beautiful Christmas 3,500 dealer. 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg
free brochure of area. COUNTRY RIVERS tree 7'/a feet. Nice clothing, jewelry CYPRESS SAWDUST: 2 yards deliveredand well maintained. Owner financing.

REALTY, P.O. Box 207, Ft. White, Fl. and misc. items and collectors items. spread $20. 468-2624. 9/12 12tchg MOBILE HOMES FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp
32038 (904)) 497-3305 ANYTIME. fcan 178 Ace Rd. & Hwy. 16 across from fire 11/28
. ",, \ ",.j& : '10/V7 tower In Raiford. Dickens residence. 14 FT. AWNING for travel trailer, $30... FOR SALE'x Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Owner financing.
.",<:: ". 5 GRAND OPININO1 ,Next 5 parcels sold '431-1200 Itthg JO/JO ,". LSO'25 In::'color TV-console' ;"$209,' ... r1, '<'. WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler. Tenidcre -
''II' get a $1,000 price reduCtlon'lhrough' FIVE FAMILY yard sale: Sat. Radios, '496-3576'llpd 10/17 "' !. SK'YLINI"H MI.c.NTlR .
Hwy. 301 N. Irvthe c'ty.l1H6'CJcr.S! !Imos( !hldden frer v> .w'll BR,
10/31/85: 10 acres rolling/ pasture, scattered record player, furniture, jewelry, THREE WHEELER: 1984 Honda 200. $800. Starke. Come Gouin ( .;
large old oaks, dogwood. .. see Ray formerlyof 2Ba, approx. 2000 ft., motivated seller.
pine household Items. Clothes teenagers, Call 964-6050 after 4 p.m. 10/10 TF Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We sq.
Some completely wooded in large chlldrens, mere and womens. Elsie Norman CAMPER TRAILER: Recreation, buy and move used homes. YOUR BEST MOVE WOULD BE TO THIS HOUSE Saratoga Hts.
trees. Starting as low as 23000. Owner 4Vi miles north of Starke. Itpd bathroom sink
stove, refrigerator new
964-4414 964-4778.4/26 Ifn
or 3 or 4BR, large & comfortable family CH&A $35,000.
will finance with as low as $100 down. room, ,
10/10 ACand, heater, double bed, twin bed. FOR SALE: Several 2 br Mobile Homes in
COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY SALE Fri & Sat 9 tilt? 'A JOY TO LIVE IN attractive home in with little
BIG YARD : a.m. Was $1700, must sell First $1100 gets it. good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each Large, city
904--497-3305, fcan 179 10/17 First Assembly of God, Hwy 16 & 964-6991. Itpd 10/17 Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR, 2Ba,
NORTH GA. MOUNTAINS: 397.6 acres.
Weldon. Itpd 10/10 TRAVEL TRAILER: 17 ft., Fleetwlng fully, 496-2366. 4/25 tfnchg.
Prime development property, '/ mile YARD SALE 326 N. Walnut Si. Friday self-contained. 964-4887. 10/10 2tpd 'IS USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offeron spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
major highway frontage, county water and Saturday. llpd 10/10 10/17 2 util.
one or all. Olin' Mobile Home skylights, bldgs, property completely enclosed
system, approx. 70 acres open, balance YARD SALE: South 301 & SW 14th St. SEVERAL ITEMS: 1980 Chevy '/. ton LWB Sales. 904-964-5606
wooded, creek, streams, borders Clothes oil drum jackets Friday and PU, loaded with extras' 1982 HONDA 2.93 ACRESplus mobile tfnchg home. Forsyth w/privacy fence, $55,000.
Western N. Carolina, Ideal golf course, Sat.. Oct. 11-12. Itpd 10/10 MOPED, like new. IH CUB TRACTOR, too Rd. $12,500 cash. Call 13054646827. WIDE OPEN SPACES & PLENTY OF CLEAN AIR Brick home on
homes, townhouse, or condo development BIG YARD SALE: North end of 230A. Fri extras to list. MASSEY FERGUSON
many 9/12 11/14 five
lOtpd acres, completely fenced on Forsythe Rd., 3 BR, 2 Ba,
Terms. Jenkins
$200
acre. .
per and Sat. Itpd 10/10 TO-30 tractor, needs motor 1800(( WATT
1983 FLEETWOOD MH 14x70 3BR 2Ba
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Realty Group, P.O. Box 734, Blairsvllte YARD SALE: Fri and Sat. Oct. 1112.416N. GAS GENERATOR. Call 964-6842. 10/10 CH/A cathedral ceiling. Excellent, barn, greenhouse, 5 ceiling fans, many trees. $69,000.
Ga. 30512. 18005543232.. fcan 185 Walnut St, Slarke Itpd 10/10 2tchg 10/17 con- HAVE
dition. 964-4155. 9/264tpd 10/17 YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
10/17 YARD SALE: Fri and Sat. at Claude GAS RANGE: 1 old almond, $150
or
yr. 197 12.6O Guerdon Statler 2BR bath
block
home 2400 ft. 3 BR 2
GEORGIA MOUNTAIN property: Free Prescott's house on Graham Rd In best offer. 964-7138. 10/10 TFchg good condition, clean, unfurnished approx. sq. Ba on fifty acres,
very
color brochure on our many mountain Brooker. See signs. 10/1021chg 10/17 SOFA BED and matching chair, king size. $6,000. 964-7512. 10/3 TF Crawford Rd., plus four chicken barns-a good, going
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property listings. Call 1-800-554-3232 or 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE in Lawtey. Fri Phone 964-5751. Itpd 10/17 FOR SALE OR TRADE DW trailer under business.
5 Owner financing. Buy all or part I
write Jenkins Realty Group, P.O: Box 9 til. 301 225 2 blocks from
& Sat. to OUARTERHORSE: Registered gelding, R. RI 1 Box
Joseph Lloyd, 512
734, Blairsville Ga. 30512. icon 186 : acres. NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved CrawfordRd.
Handy-Way. Clothes, household items, 15 hands, well built, 7 yrs. old. $1,000. lawley, 782-3626.,10/3 4tpd 10/24 .
10/17 some furniture, much more. Itchg 10/10 782-3497. 10/17 2tchg 10/24 THREE BEDROOM: 1 114 Bath on 1 acre. ., Owner financing.
N. C MOUNTAINSNew RUMMAGE SALE: Fri 9-4 and Sat 9-12. HALLOWEEN TREAT: bulldog puppies.
2 bedroom cedar homes, land, Infants and chlldrens, maternity clothes, Female $15 male $20. 964-7271 or .Cash 2tchg or 10/17 terms $1,900. 9644236. 10/10 NEW LISTINGS

water, electric, heat rock fireplace, stroller, playpen, vacuum cleaner, lays 964-4319. Itchg 10/17 12x70 MH: excellent, furnished on 1/2 '29 GOOD ACRES: 1 mile West of Lawtey on CR 225. 15%

deck 1,400 for acres$38,500.surrounded We are by developing rivers and Early Amer.Held inside.sleeper CR sofa 225 and between much SEWING MACHINE: in wooden cabinet, acre, deep well, utility bldg., CH/A. 4. down, owner will finance remainder for 20 yrs. at 10% interest -
more. $50, good condition. ALSO, Royal miles South $15,900. Will finance.
lakes. Pick and choose your spot now. Lawtey and prison. Padgett. Itpd 10/10 typewriter $25. Phone 964-8233 days. 9645164. 10/17 2tpd 1024HELPII .
$4,000 per acre. ERA DUNCAN REALTY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY: 10 a.m. to 8 p m. 10/3 TFchq GRAHAM: 14.50 acres for 23562.50
124 Hwy. 64W, Murphy, N.C. 28906. 100 South, clothes and miscellaneous.
Free brochure. 1-800-438-8196. fcan 187 Itchg 10/10 GRAHAM: 10.51 acres for $17,078.75.

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MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE r i EVENINGS '
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19"S ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler,' IRVING CLARKJR. 964-7188 533-2121
CAMPER 197S: 35' fifth wheel, I JOHN GREENE
1700. 080. Good condition. 782-3333 l$
Save Energy $$ )
Traveler with 20 ft. Electrical C
8/fltfn American awning Plumbing t WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454
fully self-contained, price neg. I Mobile Home Supplies
5332411. Call offer 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn Paneling ft Cabinets 1 Install Custom Made MAXINE BOOTH 485-1687

ROLLS OP HAY:Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur I 2 Commercial Icemakers < Insulated Windows
Janet M. Gaskins, 782-3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tin Makes 350 Ibs.a Day Call 964-6766 Today

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Phone 782-3172 5/23tfchg I FrM Estimates 10% DlscouniN

,'11 'ACRESiWell, septic tank, STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at 96.1-6679. US' 301 South I ITr Money Down with this aRes .
Doublewide Home Center located Northon e ..rinn welletile' NOW AVAILABLE
pond/open air barn. $33,500 _._ .... I
trailer -----J -
'5 ACRES $12,500; 10 ACRES 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not ._
furniture) 6/13 tfnchg -
25000. Excellent
Terms.
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for saleat COMMERCIAL MINI-STORAGE
4.17 ACRES Well, septic tank 17x35 Oljns| Home Center located on L

Tollman pool, ,fenced/crots-fenced.' Highway 100 West This Is not trailer fur 'Roberts Real Estate
$25,000.
niture. 6/13 tfnchg Need Storage?
4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. TYPEWRITER: Royal manual. $25. 986 N. Temple! Ave. Slarke. FL
Sizes from 8x10
S Ac.l Paved frntg. $12,500. 9647739. Itpd 10/17 to 12x24
'12 ACRE Old.farm house.. Beautiful 9646262PRICE
Oaks $32,500. .' I,hIlillillllll(

OLD BUILDING In Lawtey 8500. REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves; 2
'LiQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. NEW A. USED MOBILE HOMES
BR frame house, CH&A 'outbuildings and many extras. HANDI HOUSE PORTABLE
'50 Ac.i$50.000. Open 7 day a w..k. What BUILDINGSUS
'31R 28At Beaut. Landscaped Lot. please you please/ o.. Call JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. Central -, 301 South Starke
$39.500. Palatka/ ash for Walter heat and air 964-8948
; Hwy 16 W.st.' 328-1669 carport. 49500.. ,
'2BR. 2BA (In the Country. $29,900. Alvarez/ Sale Mgr. Alter 3, call ,COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589,

.... Roy Well, 904-5231 Stark. feet ft.:
plus on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. building.
.; ((904))712-331 EAST PALATKA MOBILE HOME SALES ,S.. Call for details. I '

'e.,<,' ,,' P.O.301 S.Drawer Lawtey Hwy 17 South. .. Palatha 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly' Carpel Room( $ *t JI95 ScotchgardCleanina

IV':. .' if growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that' AS. 14 Is

'. ,tsar... _; ._ o $1200.00 per acrel II.. : ) Available
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WATERFRONT' ", 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin' Florida
Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
HELP WANTED 'I Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.l!

\'\ ,- Lg..screened porch. Thli one will go fast at 57500., PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe

v.: Earn Extra Cash MOBILE HOME acre lot with four out-,
On 1 plus-minus
.. a specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of waD to wan
carpet furniture cleanIng
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: ''j' buildings 66' metal barn -Loads of'
Including a' 21' x' *
and Inside auto .We offer bids '
'y' ffif 'F i> .< detailing. on commercial: contracts. Quality
Th. Galn.svllle> Sun has an arly morning motor route. possibilities work at low low prices. Cad now. to make an appointment

available In Stark, Lawtey. Raiford areas. Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
Must have reliable transportation and be able to post COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
Broker' Call -. 964.4997 Call
cash bond d.poslt. George W Roberts Jr. i -

,Contact Dave Lindsay. 9648170. Itchg 10/17 ... _TeA_ :Gains; CSM;;Salesmoir __ :" Check Yellow Pages In local plun' took Al Work Binrantitd .

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Keystone Area Ads .
I I. FOR RENT 1974 MOBILE HOME.12X65 ft.,3 on .
83X103 ft. lot In Keystone Heights,
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI HOMI FOR near schools. $16,500 assumable more

PARK Mobile Homes and spaces for YARD SALE FOR RENT FOR SALE tgage. C. B. Issac Realty, Inc.

rent Recreational vehicles welcome. 3 BR 1 V, BA 9044752199. tfnchg 9/26
Phone 2 BR MOBILE HOME $150 a month, furnished
964.7498. 9/16 tfn ner lot. Enclosed SALE Sot Oct. 19 at 9 a.m. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series Across from
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly 9648652. 3/21 and one-half mile South ,of MOBILE HOME 2 BR, $150 a month, furnished organ with double keyboard base or unfurnished. month,
rates. Palms Apartments. 2314 N, Tern- WOODEN on Hwy 21. Household Items, or unfurnished. Across from pedals and rhythm section $795. Call lake on SR100. Purchase for $80
tfn
pie Ave. 7/28 tfn ed TV and lake on SR100. Purchase for $50 down $50 down. 4737560. 10/10 chg
much
up ready to mora. Itpd 10/17 473-2210
weekdays or 473.4648 for
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, tfn SALE Toys, ear seat, misc., 9.12, and $80 month. 4737560. tfnchg 9/26 weekends for appointment to see, tfn FREE* Credit mobile check home.by phone Call now.
2 BA apt. For more Information call lake CONCRETE 19. Take C 218 off Hwy 21 at Mid FURNISHED 2 BR.2 BA mobile home. WURLITZER spinet piano, excellent con new or used 351.2126. 4tchg
Ask for Mr. Fox at
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity bath, large Jiffy, follow signs. Itchg 10/17 Lake front near Keystone. 4734186. dition 1000. Cherry mahogany.
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg from 1 to 10 SALE Sat. and Sun. Oct. 19 2tchg 10/10.10/17 Phone 4733752. tfnchg 8/29 10/10-10/31 mosonlte
NICI ROOM. PRIVATE BATH. 964-6035 20 MOBILE HOMES for rent One or two *WOW* New doublewide.
964-6530. 9/5 Ifn from 9.5. Paradise Ridge behind 197S SOUTHWIND motor home Gen All for
tfn siding, shingle roof, fireplace.
football bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished.
stadium. 10/17
PRESTIGIOUS air. low
Itchg
mileage. 13500. Coll
ONI BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 ner lot, 3 BR, 2 SALE South of Keystone on 21 to $150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 473.3343 or 964-7055. 10/3 tfnchg $15,900., Call, ask for Mr. Fox at
N. Temple Ave. In downtown Starke. Phone 964-6201. 21B, turn right fifth house on left. tfnchg WANTED Responsible party to assume 3512126. 4tchg 10/10.10/31. Doublewide
$50-$75Xweek Including utilities No FOR SALE BY Items, nice platform ,rocker 12 X 70 MH 2 BR, 1 BA, A/C-close to small monthly payments on piano. See *OWNER MUST SELL* mosonlte
deposits required. 964-5139 or nice clean town. Very nice. Available Oct. 15. $239 month Fireplace,
house excellent Items, some plants. locally. Call Credit .
964-6566.10/3 TF newly redone, Oct. 19 from 94. Itpd 10/17 $245 month. 473 2730. Itchg 10/17 18004474266. 4tpd 10/10-31 manager. siding shingle roof low down.Delivered Call.
2 BR MOBILI HOME close to city. No medium to small YARD SALE Sot and Sun. 93. SELL OR TRADE -professional pool table to your lot no charge.4tcha
pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call 964-8251 for clothes shoes, furniture, HELP WANTED with wall rack, cue sticks and balls. ask for Mr. Fox .at 3512126.
USED HOMES* starting ot $2995.
4681323. 10/3TF TWO BR FRAME All things must High Ridge Good condition.
go. 4737891. Itchg 10/17
Some low down. ask for Mr. Fox
2 BR MOBILE HOME: close to city. $85 chain link RR 6383 Vassar Dr. Follow LICENSED CLAY COUNTY ELECTRICIAN 12 PIECE PIT GROUP burgundy Call
weekly including utilities. Call St. $12,000. Itpd 10/17 Top pay vacation pay. Insurance. Seeus 473.3903.ltpd! 10/17 at 3512126. 4tchg 10/10-10/31
468-1323. 10/3 TF LOG HOMES: SALE Hwy 100 West mile past today for your future. Mike Rewis or *REPO* 3/2 mobile home, $199
! LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concrete choose from. : Road. Sat. and Sun. Cancelled Jeff Cook. TABLE TENNIS Sears 5x10 regulation month, assumable delivered to your
set with rules, $45. 473-3671. Itchg lot. Call, ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126.
patio waler furnished close
la prison. HONEST ABE 1 rain llcliq 10/17 AID ELECTRIC 264.1002 10/17
$95/mo. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF 84CF, Moss 100 INDUSTRIAL lOOP NORTH 4tchg 10/10-10/31
I TRAILER FOR RENT: $75 and up, weekly. LAND FOR SALE ORANGE PARK FIVE ACRES: partially cleared, extra nice GREAT SAVINGS Inventory must go.
, Sleepy Hollow Motel 301 N., Starke. THREE BEDROOM 2tchg 10/10.10/17 DW mobile home. Low price $33,900. 56X28 was$25.900 now$23,900
10/3 3tpd 10/17 ing fans Ig. LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500. Call Kingsley Prop., Inc., Or. Prk., 48X26 was$23.900 now$21,900
NEAR GRAHAM: 1 BR trailer, complete. acres In city will finance. $164 per month. NEED CHRISTMAS MONEY? Sell Avon. Virginia 269-4800 or 2723575. 10/17 44X26 was$20.430 now$19,000
ly furnished heat and AC plus utilities. Geiger Rd. tfnchg. 12/6 Good discounts and earnings. Contact 2ipd 10/24 64X14 was$17.995 now$15,995
$60 per week. 4851371. Itpd 10/17 69500. 964- FOR SALE Keystone Heights ready Shirlee Davis. 4734836. Itpd 10/17 Triple wide was $25.900 now $23.900
FOUR BEDROOM: 2 BA home in country. HOME FOR SALE : move on. Power well septic and PROFESSIONAL HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Toll Free 1 ((800)) 222-5253

Carpet and AC. Call 377-8500 Linda country living 6499. 392-0985 or 4733024. Some child care in Melrose. 473-7667. .
Thomas, or 964-8725. 10/17 wood stove for lInda. tfnchg 6/13 Itchg 10/17
TRAILER: Nice 3 BR, 2 full baths screen port horse stable I LOT for sale, outskirts of PART TIME MAN for lumber yard; HODGES ENGRAVING & TROPHIESORDER
ed in porch under nice shade trees, acre lot. Rd Heights. $8000 cash or owner handling lumber and building material
with central heat. Unfurnished or par. 45000. Itchg $500 down with $166.83 truck driving, some counter sales, NOW
holly furnished. $225/mo $100 deposit. some maintenance work, some Satur-
payments for 5
years. No Smoking Signs to comply with new state law.Trophles .
City of Raiford 431-1568 eves and on .3024. 4tchq 10/10.10/31 day work. Write to P. O. Box 364 Lake
weekends. llchg 10/17 Geneva. FL 32660. itch 10/17
ONE BEDROOM apartment: $175 mo. CARS. TRUCKS Engraving Custom Work
furnished. No pets. 9645276. 403 N. "NEED A TUTOR" PERSONAL SERVICES
Walnut St. Itchg 10/17 tified Teacher & BOATS HODGES ENGRAVING TROPHIES 473-3671 Keystone Height

FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 BR, 1 bath unfurnished 8/22 IfnCHAIN 10114
DATSUN $500. Good running con-. CARPENTER WORK: Remodeling work,
house. Griffis. Starke. LINK
Loop,
475.1402 alter 6 p.m. 2tpd kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry.
9645445. Itchg 10/17 estimates. / / Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: 2 BR, CH/A Owner Tommy
SR5 TOYOTA Air 30 5:30 1/5 tfnchg
sport
coupe. p.m.
964-8810.near shopping Itpd 10/17 center and restaurants. tfn WANT mpg. runs well. $1300. 4733893. CARPET AND VINYL: Repairs and In..tallations. ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC.
10/17 Free estimates. Ten years
3 BR HOME on large lot. Just THAT'S CHEVY MALIBU classic station. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for I t
redecorated near schools. No pets. WANT PB/PS, A/C. AM/FM eight Craig. 5/17 tfnchg
964-5377. llchg 10/17 $1000. 473-2976 otter 7 p.m. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 511 South
: Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac
Street. Inquire 964-8464 after 5 p.m. 964-4 1 WANTED m
473 2521. 8/1 tfnchg
I0/172tchg 10/24 CARPET CLEANING truck mounted Oa'
I RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month GLASS CUT TO POOL NEEDED Keystone deep steam extraction. October

and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker. etc. JACKSON / M-F. 9-5. Call special one half off on Scotchguard.C REALTOR
Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 6/27 964-6078. at 3723557. Itchg 10/17 AND B CARPET CLEANING
Butler 496-3079
tfnchg Keystone Heights
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 4734973. 2/26 4737770Upholstery ire
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. BULLDOZER: Shop ft Compare I cleaning 964.5065 '
964-7530 or 468-1323. 10/10 ffchg work. Have 2
10/3.10.24
TWO BEDROOM fi.rnished. mobile work. 964-5606 Special Insurance for 4tpd chairs
MAKE NEW CUSHIONS dining
home with nice yard and located in 8/8 tfnRELIABLE Mobil. Home Parks bar stools campor beds. Addison OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I
9645630. MH : All types of homeowners
country. $165/mo. llpd 10/17 Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg
HOUSE FOR RENT: 2 bedroom no pets. ting policies for 10/10-10/31

$200 1st, last & deposit. 964-8848 or washing and mobile homes PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt i Located 301 .
473-3627. 10/102tchg 10/17_ 964-8899. 9/26 Call for Quote mildew, peeling point from homes on Hwy.
BAKER LP GAS
LAND FOR SALE operated. We ,' Olin's Mobile driveways 473-2452. 4tchg, mobile 10/10.10/31 homes. Call Rick

and service. We HOUSECLEANING dependable, efficient one block South of S.R. 100

ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsyth Road. no tanks own their and own Home Sales excellent references. Call art, r

down payment $75 per mo. Call 4752694. Itchg 1017MISCELLANEOUS
Fri 8:45-6:30: : :
9645606. 10/4 tfn 1-800-635-2371 f, Elaine M. Olin, Agent Ny

LOTS & ACREAGE: 20 percent down cylinders at 964.5606
balance In five years, financing by 10/17 '
owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. LICENSED TREE PAC RAT' Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture .",,;:!.
ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. ,' household Items, '''''
service. #416-2 BR, 2 story on 20 ac., pecan appliances, '
., $3.500Jc$350..dn. $70 Call,.. '
pen.tno. 'estimates: : ..collectable glassware old |ewerly,, .I ; _
sy and Only 1 V4 .mile Satown.'rlc.d "
s "'( R8QQ grove pasture ; ; "tools, .tc:473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 ,
RE LOTS : arpAR4t/N0Yl Us.'i "' "" '
r. ON' ON 11A11' work right:: 50 PERCENT OFF 11 (Super deluxe) Lee Hardenbrook has Joined US to serve you In our Appraisal Divi-
at an #412-3 BR 1 Ba nice lot MarketRd. for Bradford Lee his of public
ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 on flashing arrow signs $259. Lighted non sion County. brings 14 years appraisal
per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn SEPTIC estimate TANKS- Many new appliances incl.. gas arrow $247. Unlighted $199. (Free box experience as a broad background' of knowledge, backed up by his

1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD: (C-227)) relaid. Serving grill, nice pecans. letters I) Quality workmanship. War fee appraising experience.
3500. no down payment $70 per mo. years. Bradford f413--1 1/4 acre lot put a home or ranty. See locally. Extremely limited Lee believes that providing excellent service, with up to the date
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 964-8121. 10/17 mobile here. quantity. Hurry) Toll free: 1 ((800)) : market information, will assure the Bradford County area accurate
LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after NEED #414..9 ac. 3 BR home, woikshop. 423-0163. anytime fcan 10/17 and reliable fee appraisals when you need them. Lee has worked for
5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn transmissions $ mobile home also. many lending banks, as well as doing Estate Settlement, for income
LAND FOR SALE: Six lots, 1-2/3 acre per cars. Also do #399-3 BR block home, corner lot REAL ESTATE tax purposes and other court related appraisals. Call Lee now or
lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For- Call 272-7607. fenced. In town. A nice location, priced anytime for any of your appraisal or other real estate related needs.
sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. LET US DO YOUR right. i NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS 397.6
Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg House or office. #402-1 BR frame In Raiford. Nice acres Prime development property, RESIDENTIAL
WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot fessional work. starter home. Recently remodeled. one-half mile Major Highway Frontage LARGE FAMILY? Large home, large lot small price. Call now!
located at Woodland Acres Starke. Has 10/1721chg / Priced at $12,500. county water system approx. *STARTER HOME In family oriented neighborhood. 33000.
well, septic tank and light pole. 8500 ARE YOU 4009.33 ac. 2 miles East of imately 70 acres open balance wooded *MOVE IN NOW: Well built home with space to grow priced to sell conveniently
selling price 500 down 1 135.00/month.. smoke? Do Graham. Good timber Investment. creek, streams borders WesternN. located.

S.43 Call ACRES 964-5606:646 6/13 ft. Forsyth tfchg Rd. frontage. with sugar?ordinary Are you 405-3 BR 1 '/> bath block, in town townhouse. Carolina or Ideal condo golf development course homes$200, A ELEGANT HOMEi in country, over 2500 sq. ft., on 3'/j acre many extras.
has everything to make a house a Appointment only.
$4,000/acre. Call 3054646827. Cash
or
about acre. Terms. Jenkins Realty Group,
terms. 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 more home. Low down payment. per *MELROSE LANE Nice 14 wide 3 BR, 2 bath MH on 1 acre with workshop.
how to P. O. Box 734 Blairsville. GA 30512. 1
#398-.20 and 4 BR 2 BA. also MH *IMAGINE Nice to live for only 22000.
20 ACRES: Lots of pine and oak trees on details ac. ((800)) 554-3232. fcan 10/17 : place
*YOU'LL LOVE THIS LOCATION 3 bedroom 2 bath home with
graded road. Off 100 near Keystone. monitor your hookup. GEORGIA MOUNTAIN PROPERTY Free : spacious
28000. Phone 473-3619. 2tchg 10/17 callers. Itpd / #407-Mobile park In Macclenny, 21 color brochure on our many mountain double car garage.
I'/i ACRES: Zoned commercial. 30x1 OO1 spaces 3 BR 2V bath home. Best buy property listings. Call 1 ((800)) 554-3232 *AFFORDS PRIVACY: 3 bedroom 2 bath doublewide on 3 acres.
pole. Building approx. 275' on 301. yet. or write Jenkins Realty Group, Inc. P. *COUNTRY QUIET and helps pay for Itselfrent or live In the slnglewide,
High & dry cleared land. 25000. FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE O. Box 734 Blairsville GA 30512. fcan rent the other space 1'/, acres. '
964-8534': 10/174tpd 11/7 10/17 *MODERN HISTORY: this completely renovated 2 story colonial Stark.
Ask about our commercial In N.C. MOUNTAINS New 2 bedroom "Brick Street" district. Lovely lot suits the lovely home with everything for
vestments Tell us what vou want. cedar homes land water electric, relaxed living! Appointment only.
WANTEDDESPERATEI S J* N.I ample Ave heat rock fireplace deck for $38,500.We *REDUCED TO SELL Beautiful home with extras all over you won't believe
Stark. FI 32091
are developing 1400 acres surrounded the price.
393 STROUTREALTY by rivers and lakes. Pick and *COUNTRY CLASSIC: this exceptional brick veneer home with over 2000 sq.
I need ride fromKeystone V.rnl.P. l
Mon.-Frl. 7 'h. choose your spot nowl! $4000 per acre. ft, conveniently located between Jacksonville and Starke.
Gainesville
Joy .
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to Phone 964-62O2 ERA DUNCAN REALTY, 124 Highway CONVENIENCE of working at home comes with beautiful ranch style
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am.440 p.m. INCOHrOIAIIDMOKI* 64W Murphy, N.C. 28906. Free home with 3/4 acres zoned light Industrial- mokes possibilities endless.
alter 5 p.m.ltchg 10/17 brochure. 1 ((800)) 438.8196. fcan 10/17
2.39 Acres, In *KINGSLEY BEACH: minutes away from this cozy home, neat yard chain
home, most 94-1931 473-309
MOBILE HOMES link fenced. $36,000.
i-OST/FOUND sell. Call for *YOU'LL LOVE THIS: 2550 sq. ft. home four bedrooms 2 baths.
.Less than 2 FOR SALE Beautiful private master suite WET BAR 2 fireplaces. Includes POOL

HORSE mane clipped country with 6 MOBILE HOME for sale by owner large and may be purchased with one acre up to 10 acres.
MARE
LOST back RED hoof old and split. If found, call .181 Acres owner, VACUUMSALE mobile>/> acre home.lot with CH/A 12 wide central 2 BR water, 2 bath furnished
tfn tome
8/8
In Starke.
Jail House front and rear
new carpel
20 Minutes Building Lots and Small Acreage
dry land decks, owner financing. 468-1323. *CLOSE TO WORK t PLAY between Starke and Country.Club lovely lot.

Subscribe Today// cellent owner NEW & USED 1Q/10TF unusually large.
subdividing., *PEACE 8 QUIET: on 9.4S acres Ready to build or put a mobile home on.
BRADFORD COUNTY Commercial We Finance Our Own Protect Your Home DREAM LOT for your dream home. Owner financing makes this a best

TELEGRAPH business, plus KJRBYS And Save 25% buy.
964-6305 ROYALS BUY ALL OR PART: 6.5 acres adjoining can be split MUST SEE.
EUREKAS On All Maintenance-Free ExteriorsCut READY TO BUILD B.autifullol on Bessent Road.
HOOVERS Brick and Stone

ELECTROLUX Coquina Snell FARMS AND ACREAGE

LAVERN FILTER QUEENS Vinyl or Aluminum Siding FARMETTE: with fix-up house and 18 acres.

oJO. SEARS *WIDE OPEN SPACES: Beautiful setting, 3 BR, 1'bath., birch veneer barn
IB COMMERCIAL'We CALL TODAY FOR FREE workshop pecan trees fruit trees fenced, timber and pasture.

i i; I : Res. repair all makes ESTIMATES *FUTURE FARM 20 acres, by Itself buy only minutes from 301. Priced to

) REALTOR. AI'Young'sSince' Homes Beautiful sell, owner financing.

N. Fla. INVESTMENT

.Sfi4"f3-t. DAVID L. 1957 fiOf Starke, Fla. Exceptional Opportunity to Invest Nowl Shoppers can walk from

Re*. 964.6918 1 964.6766 Bradford Square to New Retail/Professional Units. CALL now for a

STA KE. FJL,, KAY private showing.
...: _. .3 Miles north of

Norman'Across from Market "We.Do.Appraisals" .. Re*. Starke on US 301 I Guaranteed Savings *INCOME PRODUCING property located on Hwy. 301. Over 300' frontage.Six .

U.S. 301 south e your Full Service acres total. Owner financing available. ,
'. .,. RENTAL COMPLEX: one with 3 units, the other with 4 units. Good Income
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REDUCED TO $27,300i recently remodeled home on reported.
*MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE 3 BR, 2 both home on large
I rm.. 19x35 comb. LR/DR. fenced back yard much more. $ WATERFRONT

.verythlna..HIGHWAY FRONTAGE' North 58 acres Heavy In 1 Slack (Eourtnnii &, i1fOtttttle Jnte I*.LARGE Call today.HOME on Little Lake Geneva. Has extra lot. Can be sold. separately.

South 301.
.COMMERCIAL I Highway frontage on
3 BR 2 BA, CH/A
.SOUTHGATE AREA Contemporary '. Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR
yard. Assum. mtg. Only $53.900. I-IOME.L'OTS Sales Manager. Evenings V&4-4041
MOBILE
.3 ACRE MINI.FA.Mlland In pasture. 3 BR 2 BA: super REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene
beautiful oak trees. K. ,'
HIGH t DRY Building lot with L. Faulkner 944-9142 Ells Johns 533-JiU
*LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 Front :% act* to 2.5 acre*. Newly} opened section has com Susanne Kitchen 4-730 Bob Matthews 44-72i1

and work.hop. S.. It. you will love it.,129500.link fenced munity water. These lot con be> sold .,complete with septic' Lou Young 4-7925 Lee Hardenbraok 473-7M4
'A lEST AREA Brick 3 BR, 2 Ba 2orport! chain * *
financed. In tank and power1 pole. ,
IN for only 21500. Owner
LIVE
*READY TO Lee Hardenbfoob Appraisals
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all hookups. In exc $41.00 month e Call for detail
1910 DOUBIEWIDI on one acre From per * *
Brick 3 BA on 2
OWNER TRANSFERRED A ANXIOUS, 48R COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
all amenities. Excellent location,' just off 16 W. Only $ Also, several Farm Hom. pprovd lot*. Rentals AvailableCarol t
*WE HAVE BUILDING LOTS AND ACRIAGEI OWNER Wa,,,.,- REALTOR ASSOC. "

W..Invite Inquiries On Our Other Realtor/Builder 473.7060 Property Management DivisionI'
Thinking of Buying Or Setting? Call/

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I I I NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal (Friday October U 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. Infants GOVERNMENT HOME. From $1, (U Three Bedroom 1 bath house unfurnished
i HELP WANTED INSURANCEMAINES and pruning. Also firewood oak and clothing and toys, man and ladles repair). Also delinquent tax property. call 964.6385 or 4962751. $275
I pine for sale Call Thomas Nettles apparel and oth.r miscellaneousItems Call 803-687.6000. Ext. GH.1136 for In month, first, lost and security deposit.
I INSURANCE AGENCY 160 5 4963823. tin 12/22 365 S.W; Third Street. Itpd. formation. 8/29 Btpd 10/17 tfn/chg
Pickup eggs on breeder chicken farm.. Lake Avenue lake Butler 496.3978 Mary's Beauty Salon under new manage. 10'17 North Carolina Mountain New two Room In private home for congenial person .
No' phone calls please Take CR 235 ment, Sharon opening special. Perms .
Complete Insurance Service tin bedroom cedar homes, land water non-smok.r, references required.
towards Brooker from lake Butler $19.95, Includes cut. Men s style cut FOR SALE electric, heat, rock fireplace, deck for Call 496-3087. tfnDoublewide
pass roll rod. v..r right on New River and blow dry $10. Hours 6 to 10 P.M. $38,500. We are developing 1.400ocr.s Mobile Home Threebedroom
Baptist Church Road. Gene Andrews Monday and Wednesday 9 A.M. to 6 surrounded by rivers and lak.s.Pick two bath utility building on
form l I. on lelt. Itpd. 10'17 P.M. Walk.Ins welcome. Call 496.0091. Lumber 2'><4',8', treated $1.45. each, five acres with dog surroundedby
and choose fowl) $4,000 pens
spot
.... 10/1721D'" 10/94 dressed. 2'x4'x8' treated rough $1.25 your
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T 1 ..,p--- "rIDI each. 4'x4'x8'. $3.35 each. 2'x4'xB'. per acre. ERA Duncan Realty, 124 management area. $250 per month.Coll
North Carolina $100 security deposit
Highway 64W Murphy
REALESTATE pressure treated $1.65 each.. You load 28906. Free brochure. K800U3B( .8196. (9042942050.) 10/10 2tpd. 10/17
Limited supply call 752-4166Lake( City) Mobile Home Two bedroom, one both,
Follow us toD . OUT OF AREA 9/26 4tpd.. 10/17 MOBILE HOMES furnished In nice park, fenced yard
SO percent off (Super deluxe) flashingarrow utility house Adults only No pets.
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO. signs $259. Lighted Non-arrow $180., plus security deposit
PERTY III I don't have It, I'll find It. Just $247 Unlighted$199. (Free box letters!) 1973 Klngswood 12'x60', two bedroom, references. Powell's 4963377. Itpd.
& S MOTORS INC. ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Quality workmanship Warranty. See one bath window Alr-condltloner 10/17
S3.900. Cosh Coll Powell's 4963377.
4962126 or 496.2903, eves. "YOUR locally Extremely limited quanity. 3 Bedroom Brick Home living room din-
207 N. Temple Ave. Starke 964-7556 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin Hurryl! Toll free: 1(800)423-0163( ) CARS & TRUCKS Ing room, double carport central
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I Obituaries -'' : ,.!. J i

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In Memory Mrs. Ethel Eddy Funeral services were held Oct. 16 Survivors include her husband,
tn. loving memory of Paul Bennetton In the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Fred C. Potter; two daughters Mrs. ,, 'L .
Mrs.
his birthday. Oct. 21, 19115: Ethel Eddy, 65, of Keystone Keystone Heights, with Rev. Patricia Hamilton of Cary,N.d,and
It has been six months since he Heights, died Sunday, Oct. 13 at her Wallace Brown officiating. Burial Mrs. Barbara Smith of Savannah
was taken away. We didn't miss him home after a short illness. followed in Keystone Heights Ga.; four grandchildren and two ,
:
Born August 19, 1920 in Alma, Ga., great grandchildren. .nNA''riuwMU # .
until he was gone. Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home of wIIWRwWM/
Mrs. Eddy was a cigar maker for 32 Funeral services held Saturday Michelle E. Ruffini
We took it for granted that he Keystone was in charge of arrangements. were
would always be there for years with Swisher Company, a Oct. 12 at Madison St. Baptist, f
us. We cry member of the Elkettes 1802 Lodge, with Rev. Robert Gillis officiating. !!
tears and feel II' Freelance Photography
our that time will our sorrow, and the Keystone Shrine Club, and a. Arrangements were handled by ...
make
hope the
pain member of the Baptist faith. Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
easier to bear. Mrs. Helen Potter
Survivors include her husband
This is the first birthday without William D. "Bill" Eddy of Keystone Mrs. Helen Mae Wright Potter,78, Weddings
him and we just want him to knowwe of Starke died Oct. 9 in 11
Heights Charlotte Wednesday "
; one daughter, "Love is the marrow of friendship. Commercial 11
miss him
very much, and that we Bussell Nelms of Jacksonville; two Bradford Hospital after a short illness James Howell
are going to try and go on with our grandchildren, Jimmie and Jason Portraits
lives the way he would want us to. Nelms of Jacksonville three sisters, Born Sept. 30, 1907, in Lyn, Mass.,
Happy Birthday, we love Edna Burnett and Judy; Williams Mrs. Potter was a homemaker and a "Mountains" are the palaces of (Photos on display at Carey's Florist)
you..Judy, Brenda, & Rhonda. both of Jacksonville and Thcoda member of Madison St. Baptist nature. Lord Byron .
Happy Birthday, "Pa", we miss Taylor of Patterson, Ga. Church. P.O. Box 473 Keystone HIlla
you..the grandchildren.



BCT OBITS Seeber K. TomlinsonMr. IPRIICE-..-;; iWi.l _-l'' @I IP1UCIC- -;;ii@l i i iPRICE_ .--;;'ii -----------U& i ipJ'

'iir 'I\REt\I ;;; SAVE 51 <
Seeber King Tomlinson, 73, ; SAVE 60 "I\QE SAVE 51 < I :"-
died Monday, Oct. 14 at his Jackson- -- I IICOtJP 'J' THRIFT MAlb I? +I Ii
ville residence following a heart at I COU '
tack. ,. "b ICE CREAMSVEGETABLE.:I OIL 1 ;- CATSUPP1 I II
Born in Lake Butler and moved to ._ ,
Jacksonville in 1937. He was a II : i i
retired security guard and a I C : :III Ila. C
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Church.member of Johnstown Baptist 1' '' .C........ (1'.d" HALF 99 I, I I I'_ .. 24 oz. 78 jg I I .. : 32 w.BTL. tL:1I@ :: :I

Survivors include his wife, Willa : 1rC GAL ..;, Bit I@ @I
@I I@ 1BS5Llmtl @I COUPON GOOD OCTOBER 17-23. 1MJ
Mae Westberry Tomlinson of COUPON GOOD OCTOBER 17-21. 1985Limit COUPON. GOOD OCTOBER 17.23. Limit 1 with (1000 or mow p rch..cl cigi
tncl alga'
Jacksonville; daughter Janice _-.al._'-----a., 1 with S1000 or more purchale..cl____clg'_______ U---ra U---ra 1 with 11000 or man purchna _______ .------------ ------------
Lemieux of Jacksonville; two sons,
Arnold Tomlinson of Waycross, Ga., i N$H1purnljinon
and Markalee Tomlinson of Atlanta, jO //ctnf4n; 'J..Jjp(1J when you collc complete
l /1f..lC'V' act of Ihii clyuisileSTONEWARE
Ga.; 9 grandchildren and 3 great .slcul imikwarc
grandchildren.Funeral ,
services were held WINN DIXIE
Wednesday, Oct. 16 in Archer :
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. 9 91
Ralph Smith and Rev. C.J. Thomas tE
officiating. Burial followed in Mt. W: :
Zion Cemetery in Union County with
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Roland Hardy Williams, 42, of 1
Worthington Springs, died Monday : S4>ulhnTiMetop Collection I
at his home after an extended il Individual
lness. : :
Born in Worthington Springs, he Souffle/Bakers
was the son of the late Joseph E. P I r'i :
Williams and Kate Roberts Y
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Williams. He was a veteran of the / 1 i .. :
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VietNam War and was employedwith $ QJJ
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ed his retirement. He was a memberof c1--L;
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the Sardis Baptist Church. A 1 e
Survivors include two sons,
Roland H. Williams, Jr., of U.S. 1 ISIJ6 t 1
Marine Corps in New Orleans, La., t .i
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and Joseph M. Williams of U.S.I ll
Marine Corps of Camp LeJeune, S llll\\l\\, il 0 1 '
N.C.; daughter Tina Ann Williams of / I M I r
Hawthorne; two sisters! Jennie .
Ahrens of Interlachen and Angeline II I
Hutson of Shelbyville, Tenn; six I
brothers, B.J. of Gainesville; Johnof I e b
Brooker, Robert, Henry and 0
Walter Williams, all of Worthington 'v R
Springs, and Russell of Lake Butler. .. ...
Funeral services were held.-.*..<.... ... .. Y
WhdYl'NS"d"fIi'tTie'Sardls/ !! Haptisl"Church t
with Rev. P. R. Lawson of-
ficiating. Cremation followed under U. S. CHOICE
the direction of Archer Funeral
.Home of Lake Butler. In lieu of Ihn "
be madeto i41 M sly I "jvr... -- avr.
flowers, contributions may
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Card of ThanksThe IhnMA I I A 0 1 N N
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family of George A Kennan, 1 8 5I
Sr., would like to thank all their ; Beyonnalse
many friends and loved ones for all / 4 I I P II / 1
the many acts of kindness during the
loss of their loved one, especially for II
all the food, kind words and prayers.A .
special thanks to Johnstown 0
Baptist Church and Bro. and Mrs.
Roscoe Creed for all the special
things they did and all their visits
while George was in the hospital.We .
pray God's blessings on each
one.
Edith Tony, Carolyn : PRICES GOOD
Elaine,Paula Stephanie
Roy L.Elaine 3t PM4g THURS. WED.,
and the 6 grandchildrenMrs. OCTOBER 17-23, 1985


Hazel Starling

Mrs. Hazel Annedith Starling, 61,
of Lawtey, died Saturday, Oct. 12 in
Shands Hospital in Gainesville aftera
lengthy illness.
Born July 2, 1924 in Starke, Mrs.
Starling was a homemaker and a a a /' Ii Cli 1
member of Primitive Baptist .
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Church.Survivors include her husband, S A -FE::: ,r g/ h a

Edwin Starling of Lawtey;
daughter, Mrs. Vonda Stevens of .- _
Starke; three sons, Bobo and Brad, '
both of Lawtey, and Shadd of 4 2 .:4- A
Lawtey; her mother, Gladys 0
Thomas of Starke; two brothers, ;
Wesley Thomas of Starke and Lesley
Thomas of Live Oak; two sisters,
Lillian Thomas of Sherman, Miss.,
and Lois Seley of Kissimmee; nine
grandchildren and seven great
grandchildren.Funeral .

Oct. 15 services in the DeWitt were held C. Jones Tuesday THR1PTV SWEET MAtt OAHDEN PEAS . 'u-36< earn* . 1 Lb Bag $1" MARVIBT ALL PURPOSE P.Isu APPLES $148 DIMIANA CUT OKRA . 83 FRANKS-N-STUFF. $199

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Hrudford/t'nion Home Kt Agent milligrams listed in the 1980 Recom- cooking,and the sodium in commercially very little or no salt in cooking or at dividual's preference for and use of the ingredients are listed accordingto
Salt was probably the first food additive mended Dietary Allowances. processed foods boost the the table. One teaspoon of salt con- salt are learned behaviors. Studies their weight in the product's
ever used when man This statistic means that level.Ten to 30 percent of the sodium tains 2,300 me./ of sodium. have also shown that with time, peo- recipe from most to least.
discovered Its ability to flavor and Americans consume more than in the average American diet comes ple can decrease their preferencesfor Consume fewer processed foods
preserve.meat and fish. twice the recommended amount of from salt used in cooking at home or Some other sodium-containing salty-tasting foods. The creativeuse Eat more fresh and raw foods.
sodium. at the table, while 70 percent is the compounds found in foods are of spices and herbs can open awhole Plan meals that contain less
'It Is certainly one ,of the most sodium that is added in commercially monosodium glutamate, sodium new sodium.Consider the total amount of
popular additives, second only to There is a physiological need for processed! foods or sodium that saccharin, disodium phosphate, sodium food, choose a low sodium
sugar in the total quantity added to sodium; it is essential for normal naturally occurs in food. sodium citrate, sodium caseinate, food to go with it.
food each year. The average growth and existence. Sodium helps sodium benzoate and sodium If ycu are interested in reducingthe Avoid seasoning with any type of
American takes In 2,400 to 7 200 maintain fluid balance in the body Since foods contain natural salt nitrate. Certai'n medications such as sodium level in your diet, take seasoned salt..Experiment.
milligrams (mg) of sodium daily.much and is involved in the utilization of and salt added through processing antacids and sleeping aids also con- the following measures: with herbs and
higher than the estimated safe carbohydrates protein. you can obtain estimated safe and tain sodium compounds.! Head food labels. lithe sodium spices to add new flavor to recipes.



ObituariesMrs.


Funeral services were held Fri- in Ocala following an automobile ac- age. He attended Bradford County William and Mary Thorton, former 12 grandchildren and three great-
Minnie Lee Hagan day, Oct. 11 in the DeWitt C. Jones cident.He school system and was employed by pioneer residents of Bradford County.He grandchildren also survive.
PhillipsMrs. Chapel of Starke, with Father was born in Gainesville and liv- Shuford Chevron Station in Starke. He is survived by one daughter, Graveside funeral services were
Gilbert Crosby and Father Fred ed in Starke until moving to Marion was of the Baptist faith. Mrs. Cherry Kraus of Orange Park; held Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Pine
Minnie Lee Hagan Phillips,80, Yerkes officiating. Burial was in County in July of 1985. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. three sons, Robert, Willard and Grove Cemetary near Raiford with
of Lawtey passed away early Tues- Myrtle Hill Memorial Park in Tam- He was attending 9th grade at Delores Ann Richardson Barton of William Thornton all of Starke; one the Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
day morning at Whispering Pines pa. Jones Funeral Home of Starkewas Vanguard High School in Ocala and Hampton; two children Christy Bar- brother, Wilbert Thornton of Starke; charge of arrangements.
Nursing Care Center in Starke follow- in charge of arrangements.In he was of the Baptist faith. ton and Zebulin Olden Barton both or
ing an extended illness. lieu of flowers donations may He is survived by his father,Ernest Campbellsburg, Ind.; two step- I.. ___._. ---
"Ernie" Varnes and his step-mother children, Ritchie Allen Gilliam and
be made to the St. Marks Episcopal
Mrs. Phillips was a life-long resi- Church, Beasley Memorial Fund, Janice Varnes, both of Starke; his Michael Andrew Gilliam, both of FLA TWIN THEATRE 2.00 Special
dent of Bradford County and the P.O. Box 487, Starke. Fla. 32091. mother Shirley White of Ocala; one Claudeville Va.; his father, Olden STARKE 964-5451 SAT & SUN 5:00: Showing
widow of the late Owen James sister, Liza Varnes of Starke; his Winfired "Pete" Barton of Starke; OPEN EVERY NIGHT Tuesday 7:30: Showing
Phillips of Bradford County.She maternal grandmother Mrs. Mildred one brother, Kelly Joiner Barton; two
was a member of the First Baptist Mrs. Norma Jean SweatMrs. Copeland; and paternal grand-. sisters Sandy Heady and Vanessia SCREEN 1 STARTS FRIDAY SCREEN 2
Church of Lawtey. mother, Mrs. Mittie Varnes. Connely.
Norma Jean Sweat 39, of Graveside funeral services were Funeral services were held Monday My
Oklawaha Fl., passed away Monday, conducted Saturday morning Oct. 5, Sept. 23, at the chapel of Archie
She is survived by four sons; Col- Sept. 30, following an automobile accident at the Pine Grove Cemetary in Tanner Funeral Home in Starke with
eman Phillips of Starke, James Owen in Marion County. Raiford with Rev. Ray Williams officiating the Rev. Ray Williams, and the Rev.
(O.J.) Phillips of Lake Butler, Leslie Mrs. Sweat was born and raised in ,with Archie Tanner Funeral E.L. Bradley officiating. Burial
Phillips of Jacksonville, and Daniel Bradford County She moved to Home of Starke in charge of ar- followed in Keystone Heights THE Project
Littleton Phillips, II, of Lawtey; two Oklawaha about three years ago. rangements. Cemetary with Archie Tanner P ,
daughters Betty Redd of Macon, Ga., She was a member of the Bayless Funeral Home in charge of ar
and Ola Mae Gaskins of Lawtey; 18 Church of Starke.
Highway Baptist
grandchildren; and 22 great- She is survived by her husband Mr. George Olden rangements. 301 DRIVE-IN 964-7484J I I OPEN FRI.. SAT.. SUN.. MON.
grandchildren and great-great Leon Sweat; two daughters April BartonMr. STARKE .The
grandchildren also survive. Ann Sweat and Jamie Sweat; two Mr. Willis E. ThorntonMr.
sons, Gregory Sweat and Kevin George Olden Barton 31, of MAD MAX .TheKarateKid
Funeral services will be held today, Sweat; her mother, Mrs. Mildred Hampton passed away early Friday, Willis E. Thornton of Starke
Thursday,Oct. 17,at the First Baptist Copeland; two sisters, Shirley White Sept. 20, at Alachua General Hospitalin passed away early Thursday, Sept. THUMDIRDOM3 1
Church of Lawtey with the rev. David and Mary Doody; and two brothers, Gainesville following a brief il- 26, at the Bradford County Hospital in oiS SHOWTIME 7:30 .
Brown and the Rev. Roger Eunice of- William R. Moody and James A. lness. Starke following a brief illness.He PG-13; : I>ISTRIRl'TEI)8YWARNER8R05.1tr.1! 301 MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
ficiating. Burial will follow in the Moody, all of Marion County. He was born and raised in Jackson- was born and raised in Bradford 1u"NkRttlNH1\N.yW\L'_ : Nay= '!!t Adults '1.50.. Children 50'
Hope Cemetary with Archie Tanner Funeral services were held on Fri ville and moved to Starke at an early County and was the son of the late
Funeral Home in Starke in charge of day, Oct. 4, at the chapel of Archie .
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the arrangements.Mrs. Tanner Funeral Home in Starke with 5L -- .
Dr. Griffin officiating. Burial followed ;
in Mt. Zion Cemetary in Union "FRESH QUALITY PRODUCE HEAT SEAFOOD FOR THE LOWEST PRICES" I
.Gertrude BeasleyMrs. County with Archie Tanner Funeral
Gertrude Durden Beasley, Home in charge of arrangements. I
91, of Starke, died Thursday, Oct. 10 m
in Bradford Hospital after a long il- Card Thanks NORMAN-S ''w-\
lness. W. ; :i w "
Due to an oversight at The ..1--.'.., \ + \..',,
Born Oct. 10, 1894 in Albany, Ga., Telegraph this Card of Thanks from > ", -'" .>,. ,;" '}""
Mrs.Beasley was a charter memberof the Bell Family did not appear in our 1 _' ,,.) ., ,I :)
the Starke Woman's Club, a 50 Aug. 14 issue as requested.At ; :to! .''}
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year Honorary Member of the this time, the family would like SALE PRICES MARKETWEACCEPTFoODSTAMPS. S.sv'vafM, ; '
Starke Woman s Club, Past Presi- to thank you for the many calls, EFFECTIVE THRU "I' p'jz.l.'
dent of U.D.C., a member of St. cards, flowers food and prayers WEDKESDAYOCTOBER
Marks Episcopal Church and a during their time of bereavement.May 23,1985
homemaker. God bless you.The Bell Family U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE' 964.6071

Survivors include one step-son, INORM AN'S FREi ROD eSPECIAL.
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C.T. Beasley of Haines City, Fla.;
two sisters,Mrs.Jeanette Kincaid of VarnesMr.
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