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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Outside. Inside... :
SINCE 1879
A cold front is expected to move Into North Florida this weekend Two Scctlont

with temperatures plunging into the 50s Sunday, which would be SECTION At 12 Pag.t _.._- ._
the coolest weather of the Fall here. News . . . . . 1.3A ... ..-
Forecast for today (Thursday, Oct. 24)) is for scattered clouds, no Editorials. .4A ,; r
rain, and a high of 86. Extended outlook Friday-Sunday is for Social N.wi. .I1A ,)J/OJ I 00 \\3\
isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms and showers, with Football Cont.it . . . I1A ) I I'I I () < I"'
temperatures from the mid-60s to middle 80s. Public Notices.|)A \ L \ d..{ 1H \.L.1 K 1. 0 f\
Arrival of the cold front Sunday is expected to bring fair weather Sports I2A { )ill\ ,. J'l I: t)1.

and push temperatures down 10 degrees to the low 50s,with,highs I in 4 ,J.I L J :..t L 31 J i ,1
the mid-70s. SECTION Bi 12 Pag.s \ .
The Santa Fe fire tower on US-30I south at Hampton Oaks Dream Voyag.. ", ....)\j 1.LL\-:
reported 1.2 inches of rain Oct, 21. New River fire tower on SR-100 Wlnn-Dlxl..Ad. ,j.L
west of Starke reported .9 inches Oct. 20. N.w. srt.ls..2-3 s, as. I2B The Sweetest CtraWhpirrtr' This Side of Heaven
30-year average rainfall January-October is 49 inches. So far in Ar.a D.aths. . 4B, its
1985, some 50 inches of rain has boon recorded in Bradford County Want Ads, 8-IOB 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy


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My Fair Lady, a dinner-theatre -'. .' ..
stage production presented by The ,
Bradford Players and the Junior
Woman's Club of Starke, is set for
two consecutive Friday and Satur- 4'
day nights, Nov. 15-16 and 2223. A
Sunday matinee is set Nov. 17. Downtown Plan

Tickets are available through any
Junior Woman's Club member, \.,
Chastain's Jewelry Denmark Fur- The 18-month effort for a ed in the old 1902 downtown cour-

niture, and by calling Ms. Debbie .. .... downtown revitalization program in thouse. It was the intention to coin-
Connaughton, phone 9645326. \ Starke was stalled Tuesday, Oct. 22, cide the downtown revitalization ef-
after an 18-18 tie vote by all 36 property fort with the college.
Small Business... owners in a referendum to The seven block tax district would
create a special tax district to have included Call Street at US-301,
A business analyst for one-on-one finance a proposed$300,000 Improve- east to the railroad crossing, and including -
consultations will be available the jJ ment program in a seven block area two blocks of Walnut Street,
last Friday of each month, starting on Call Street and four adjoining from Call to Madison (SR-100) and
Oct. 25, Nov. 22, and Dec. 20. blocks.In Call to Jefferson; two blocks of
The Small Business Development view of the tie, City Attorney Thompson, from Call to Madison
Center (SBDC), Gainesville, an- Terry Brown said, "Now, it's up to and Call to Jefferson, and one blockof
nounces the beginning of the mon- the City Commission." He later ex- Court Street, between Call and
thly management information and 14 plained that the referendum with 51 Madison.
assistance sessions at the Starke- percent approval of bona-fide property The tax assessment would have
Bradford County Chamber of Com- owners was required to set upa been based on front footage, and
merce for actual and prospective tax district if the plan included paid as annual taxes over a 20-year
business owners. funds for off-street parking. Without period, or in a lump sum "up front"at
The SBDC is a service of the off-street parking, the commissioncould a savings.
State University System and the make the decision itself, but The engineering and design work
U.S. Small Business Administration. preferred in this case, to hold a was done by Bartholomew and
There is no charge for the ses- referendum."It's Associates of Jacksonville, and In-
sions. For more information, call all back in the commission'slap cluded street and sidewalk Im-
the Chamber, phone 964-5278. again," Brown explained to provements, streetscaping with
onlookers, puzzled by what would trees and shrubbery, street lights
301 Beautification... 1 happen next in view of tie vote. "In similar to the ones used along Call
ry the event the commission wants to Street in its "white way" days, or-
2 Minute Job. =
The Highway Beautification Program .. go forward with downtown improvement namental benches, and waste receptacles
under the auspices of the It was difficult to believe it cannot allocate any money plus underground wiring for
Chamber of Commerce, will sell that all 36 property owners y for off-street parking," he added. the lights and irrigation piping for
automobile tags and bumper had Commenting on the results, DPC the plants.
voted and the result
stickers from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. chairman John Miller expressed no The project was designed to coor-
this Saturday, Oct. 26, at Bradford was an 18-18 tie vote Tues- 4, feeling for how the commission dinate with improvements already
Square Shopping Center between day night on the proposed I might address the matter now. made to the Old Courthouse now be-
Eckerds and Winn-Dixie. plan to revitalize a seven "They were depending on the votersto ing used as the Starke Center of San-
Proceeds will go to finance the block of downtown give them direction. I'm not sure ta Fe Community College, and the
area -
improvement of the median strips '. what their reaction will be in view of landscaping of a large parking lot
through Starke. The committeenow Starke. .!+ the tie vote," he said.A and greenspace area just east of the
has approval from the Depart- It took Deputy Clerk Elise referendum was necessary to center. The coordinated plan was to
ment of Transportation to Pass and City Clerk Neil 4 u establish a tax district composed of have the remainder of the business
redecorate several of the medians Tucker above few : ,. the property owners in the ffected T. --..dstrictmprovtid to enhance the en-
only a r
with plant and ebruba, and add a '" ;.; block downtown area, who would tire downtown area, making It more
The will cost minutes to count and re- .. / had attractive to local well.as
water supply. project have to agree to repay the shoppers as
several thousand dollars which count the 36 ballots. Commissioner /" $300,000 loan over a 20-year periodby visitors.

must be raised locally. Bobby Biggs recounted having their property taxes in Miller told Starke commissionersOct.
"Bradford CountyGrowing More to make certain it s creased. Had 51 percent of the 36 15 that the project had been cut
Beautiful Every Day" and the Old was a tie vote. : .-' voters favored the project, the com- down from $500,000 to $300 000.
1902 Courthouse is the inscriptionon mission was committed to carry it However, Miller said, $52,000 cf the
At right, downtown pro- t. ,
car tags and bumper stickers on
would have been
$300,000
out.Goal a con-
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sale. perty owner Freeman .; was to generate new businessby tingency fund in case off-street park-
Register puts a ballot in the .t y';; attracting some of the 25,000 cars ing was found. There was no plan yet
which pass through Starke daily to a to use the $52,000, Miller said.
Gator QB Club... box.Some p downtown historic district.
15 onlookers were : The money would have funded Miller hoped the $248,000 could be
Phil Maggio, offensive line coachof present when Clerk Neil landscaping, a water supply for the further reduced by the city supply-
the University of Florida Tucker broke sealed wax on \ plants, benches, antique street lights ing the electrical conduit and by tak-
Fighting Gators, will speak at 8 and sidewalk the of state to Im-
the city's much used ballot paving in proposedtax ing advantage plans
at the Gator Quarterback Club
p.m. district. prove the Call and Walnut Street In-
meeting tonight (Thursday, Oct. box, which sported a new Impetus for the downtown Im- tersection. The Department of
24) at the Starke Golf and County lock. provement effort came from the new Transportation has been coor-
Club. The social begins at 7 p.m. Clerk Tucker couldn't Starke Center of Santa Fe Community dinating its project with the

members Rip O'Steen still leads with 11 the new member- open the old locks on the College which has been establish- Downtown Progess Committee.

ship drive which ends in ballot box, so had to use bolt' U Ili

November.The cutters and buy a new lock.
Auburn trip is full. Seats are Polls were kept open from Three Races Set, in LawteyThree
still available for the bus to the ..
7 a.m. to 7 Tuesday for
Georgia-Florida game if you have p.m. races are set for city offices Willie Strong and Leon Wilkerson
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your own tickets. the 36 ,. in Lawtey after qualifying closed at 44, manager of a parts house in
noon Friday in the upcoming Dec. 3 Jacksonville, are seeking the Group
election.Al 1 city council seat. Strong ran once
BHS Homecoming
Anderson, 26, and Mrs. Diane before for the council, losing by one
Reunions Set... t yv Wilkerson, 46, office manager at the vote to Wayne Massey. Veteran
Waldo Flea Market, are running for Commissioner Marvin Rosier, who
The 1985 Bradford High city clerk. Current Clerk Lucille said last week he was undecided, did
wishes to
cheerleading squad Shuford is retiring after 12 years in not qualify for re-election after 14
at recognize the 1985 all homecoming former cheerleaders.football Sexual Battery and Lewd Assault Charges office. years on the council. Rosier cites
Wayne Massey, 46, is challenging health reasons.
game set Nov. 1. Alumni veteran councilman H.W. (Buster) Getting a free ride this time is
cheerleaders are asked to call Placed Against J.R. 6Jim' Lawson in New Cases Bennett for the Group 5 council seat. Police Chief M.M. (Butch) Jordan
964-7824 or 964-6668 or write: :
Massey, a disabled veteran, has 47,who has served 24 years,which is
Cheerleaders, Bradford High, N. Bradford School of the lewd assault charges. If tion and that both had predicted a served two terms on the council, at more years than any other elected
Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091, Former County Lawson is convicted of the current recurrence of the act was not likely. different times years ago. He has law enforcement official in the coun-
to attend the Board member J. R. "Jim Lawson
even if not planning has been arrested and charged with charges he faces at least one life Lawson 42, a car salesman, servo never before challenged Bennett. ty.
homecoming game. ed on the school board from 1978 un-
State
said Assistant Attorney
football team the sexual battery. felony,
The 1965 til suspended by Gov. Bob Graham
former state champions, will meet Lawson, serving a 15 year proba- David Giant.In after the grand jury indictment.The f?," cnrn +.a. F.it"
for dinner and tion for lewd assault upon a child June adjudication of guilt was Ill .I4-.. .
before homecoming withheld Circuit Judge R.A. indictment charged that MIIu..... .,.._T'."
attend the game together. Moviesof following a grand jury indictment by Lawson fondled a child on three oc- MY fK! L AL'!
2 faces charges from two re- Green, Jr. and Lawson was placedon
will oe shown during April ,
their I
games casions "in a lewd, lascivious or In- ... .. ...
contact Marian cent incidents. probation for 15 years and was re- 1 I. 4, I.. r.. "
dinner.Green Douglas Please phone 964-7450, or Bond for the new charges has been quired to participate in a decent mitting manner.the crime.. but without of sexual com : :_..HIIf'C c.z;.. '\\1&..... .
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community-based rehabilitation .. .... oi
Mary Gnann Redding, phone set at $180,000. The charges include "'II! L. 1
473-3628, for reservations. The two counts of sexual battery, five program.Changing. battery. i '1.'.. ..' \\01...... r r.ewiH: 'I
squad also needs to locate Andy counts of lewd assault and two his plea from not guiltyto The victims parents reported the -ut"n41" 1"""5's m ," .
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Mayton and John Spengler. counts of lewd and lascivious activity nolo contendere (no contest), recent incidents to the state at .
according to Investigator Don June 10, Lawson threw himself on torney's office, according to Assistant
Denton. The victims in the assaults the mercy of the court. State Attorney Thomas Elwell, ,
Upcoming... were two boys, ages ten and eight. Before sentence was pronouncedJune who expects that Lawson also will be ,
-A stress management seminar, The Incidents allegedly occurred 10, defense attorney Daniel charged with violation of probation."We L
sponsored by the Starke-Bradford Aug. 25 and Oct. 19 and are Malloy of Tampa told the court
County Chamber of Commerce, is unrelated to the incidents Lawsonwas Lawson has been a lifelong residentof have no idea at this time if"
set at noon today (Thursday, Oct. arrested for earlier this year. Bradford County and\ had a solid Lawson will contest the charge,
Steer business record and an excellent said Clark. A public defender was
24) at noon In the Western "The incidents required immediate
Steakhouse. Instructor will be Lyn- action as the charges are of record of public service. He noted appointed for him at Lawson's first :
da Steele, director of the Bradford a much more serious nature." said that Lawson had been evaluated appearance Oct. 22.
Hospital's Center for Physical Investigator Wiley Clark, referringto favorably in his psychiatric evalua- Lawson remains in the custody of
Fitness. the April grand jury Investigation tion and the pre-sentence investiga- the county jail.

The Bradford County Commis-

sion 9:30: will a.m.meet to open Monday bids on Oct.insurance 28, at Norman Guilty of Drug: TraffickingLewis r!

coverage. The bids will be opened eI _
filed June 20 by Assistant State\ Attorney
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and a committee appointed to Jacob (L.J.) Norman was found guilty as caine were

evaluate them. charged Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 23, in a drug trial Thomas Defense Elwell.attorney David Robbins described Normanas .
which lasted two days.At cocaine that he didn't _x4
Time Change... 5:45 p.m., after nearly two hours deliberation, the a man so dependent between upon right and wrong. Robbins
jury found Norman guilty of delivery and sale of> cocaine know the difference ex-wife on the stand Wednesday morn Tickets for the Show...
Fall Back 1 and guilty of conspiracy to traffic in cocaine. put Norman's attempt to her affair with Norman'sbest Junior Women's Club President Debbie Connaughton was a busy
Norman, 41 of Wellborn this week again stood trialin ing in an 1983 led him prove to drugs. But when questioned saleswoman Monday morning as she sold Santa Fe Community College
in
Bradford County Circuit Court for charges of traf- friend Elwell Mrs. Norman admitted their marriagehad Starke Center Director Bernard McFadden ticket to the Bradford
in cocaine. Norman was acquitted June 21 in by of Fair Lady"Tickets
ficking "My
Hour 2a.m. been in trouble before their move from south Players' upcoming production
Circuit Court due to a legal technicality in a cocaine In 1980. are available now from Junior Women' Club members or can
trafficking trial resulting from his arrest last Florida Norman to was Wellborn arrested last November in the Bradford be purchased at Chaitaln Jewelry or Denmark Furniture or by calling

November.The with 22 other suspects, including Connaughton at 964-5326.
Sunday drug bust along Performances will be held November IS, 18, 22 and 23 with a Sunday
four man, three woman Jury heard testimony Johnny Blaine Thompson .who is currently serving November 17th.
Tuesday from the state charging Norman with selling time. Matinee will be donated by the JuniorWomen'
from the Nov. II performance
42 grams of cocaine to undercover agents Sept.26, 1984. Judge John J Crews ordered a presentence Investigation Proceeds Club and Bradford Player to Santa Fe Community College's .
From DST to EST Norman. *
A trafficking charge was dismissed June 21 when it on '
was found that the substance was only percent pure "We are pleased with the" verdict and Intent to ask for Starke Center.
cocaine. New charges of conspiracy to traffic in co- prison time for Norman, said Elwell.
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Key Clubbers... Princess: Pam' Thorton, Margi will be allowed to attend High School
Hall, Dede Prevatt Susan Dances.
Remember, we meet every Tues- Lisa 2. Once have paid and are
Crawford, Sheila Tew Mit- you
x day evening at
6:30-7:13 In Miss
lt V % Sheryll Swift's room.A chell, Alisa Young, Amy Packham, inside the gym, you are not allowedto
leave and come back in without
Charlotte Terry, Alisha Gruen,
big fund raiser will be
soon This is to
admission again.
paying
Ginger Herndon, Tangela Pittman.
under way. Key Club Internationaland
Quaker Oats Suzanne Sapp, Christy Meyers, and try and cut down on the number of
are joining Renee He welt. students going out to parked cars to
together in a project called "Save smoke or drink.,
The Children''. We plan to raise
student at
3. If are not a
$100,000 for starving children. Mike On the day of electing Homecoming you
longer in
Bradford
Barber, publicity chairman for Queen, to be announced later, School, or, you are must no be with a
High you
"Save The Children" who is registered to vote
has all the in- everyone Bradford School student to be
formation you need if you are in- will be able to vote for one girl in the able to enter High the dance.A .
terested. queen's court for homecomingqueen.

Identity of the homecomingqueen the ..
Note From Top.
Qualified... will be announced Oct. 31 at
With Tornado Whirl. "It was my pleasure to attend the
Homecoming
on tap next BHS Parent's Night on Oct. 2, 1985.
weekend,
homecoming queen can-
didates have just been elected from Due to unethical voting, a re- said Superintendent Jim Duncan.
the following senior girls. election took place Wednesday, Oct. "Attendance was very good and
22. The queen's court and class the interest seemed high. The
They are: 'Deanna Tomlinson, princesses will be in the Oct. 31 edi- response of teachers and staff to the
w xi Tricia Kay Lawson, Tammy Dempsey tion of The Telegraph. .parents is an important function of
Michelle Hall, Nancy Shuford, our communication system and you
Allison Denmark, Monica Businesses... are to be commended for handling it
,.It,' Maslowski, Sherry Herndon, Lisa If you were not contacted about in an effective manner."
V i Harley, Sheron McCutchen, Erika
participating in the Homecoming Way to Go. Big Red...!
Gruen, Tammy Morrow, Terri Parade, but are interested in being
They Help in Special Olympics... Fender, Sharon Vessel, Amy in the Parade, contact Chairperson Congratulations to the varsity
Williams, Terese Richardson, AmyJo Deanna Tomlinson at 964-5494 after 4 football team, now 6-0, on two more
These six citizens were recognized for their special education for the school system; Mary Strong, Carter, Donna Parado, Stephanie p.m. wins. Our boys shut out Macclenny
assistance in Special Olympics program Monday county coordinator of Special Olympics; Mrs. Majorie Thornton, Velesa Hampton, Melanie 21-0 Oct. 11 and North Marion 30-10.
night, Oct. 21, by the Bradford School Board. Thomason, representing the Starke Woman's Club; Poncier, Melissa Todd, Tonja Mc- Yearbooks... We're still ranked no. 3 in the 3A
School Board Chairwoman Patricia Spengler. right, Shan Johns secretary of the Starke Junior Woman's Cloud, Denise Gullion, Stephanie Yearbooks will be on sale Nov. 4-8. division. Keep up the good work,
presents a citation to Mrs. Debbie Connaughton president Club: Carolyn Autry, leadership chairman of the JWC, Mitchell, Lynn Bowen, Andrea They are$17 each, $19 for an annual boys! We all love yalll!l
of the Junior Woman's Club of Starke. Mrs. Connaughton and Mrs. Spongier. Williams, Tracie Clark, Kellie and $20 for annual
plastic cover an
Baldwin, Robin Hersey, and Senior ..
From left are: Carl Clark county coordinator for with your name printed on the front, Boys.
-Michelle Sexton. and $22 for an annual with your The All-Sports Club is sponsoringthe
Candidates for Junior Princessare name and plastic cover. Miss Ugly Contest again this

set Oct. 24The : Pam Willingham, Lori Leone,. To order your yearbook,see an an- year.
Special Olympics today, Donna McDavid, Robyn Bryant, nual staffer or Wanda Prevatt in the The following senior boys are real
Sherry Ross, Laurie Whitehead, Finance Office. Make checks possibilities in participating: Mike
Ruthie Underwood, Barbara payable to Bradford High School An- Chappell, Irving Meres, Chris
thrill of Olympic competitionwill level of ability in a variety of events. enjoy the games! and other events, Mosley( Jackie Davis, Tracy nual Staff. Dougherty, Keith Gillingham and
soon bring joy( of athletic Athletes participating in the Brad- says Ms. Strong.Ms. Padgett-Priscilla Welch,' Michelle The 1985-86 Annual. Staffers are: Michael Alvarez. There are only 10
achievement to mentally handicapped ford Olympics will have the oppor- Strong and Anna Clayton, the Burkhalter, Tammy Henley and Wayne Sutton, editor; Deanna openings, so you need to hurry and
children in Starke. tunity to compete later in a District county coordinators, work under Vicki Crockrell. Tomlinson, business manager; sign up. This contest has been ten-
The Bradford County Winter Special Olympics to be held Dec. 7 in Carl Clark, director of special Candidates for Sophomore Michelle Hall, Dana Whitaker, tatively scheduled for Friday, Dec.
Special Olympics is set from 9:30 Gainesville. education for the Bradford County Princess are: Pam Carter, Tricia LaTanya Tyson, Rusty Nail Lynn 6. A Club or individual can sponsor a
a.m. until noon today (Thursday, school system. Clark oversees the Jones, Alison Ivey, Mindy Hersey. Bowen, Sue Blackburn, Allison Den- contestant. The first place winner
Oct. 24) at Bradford Middle School Mary Strong, county coordinatorfor Special Olympics program.The Marci McSwain, Patricia Searcy, mark, Sharon Vessel, Andy Frey, will receive as $50 prize. All
and the Starke Bowling Lanes. Ac- Special Olmpics, estimates that Starke Woman's Club and Jane Meres, Cassie Autry, Kim Grif- Todd Parker, Beth Green,and Chris finalists will receive a monetary
tivities will include bowling and 55 participants will be on hand for Junior Woman's Club also helps with fis,Rachelle King,and Carla McCut- Holloway. Sponsor Is Robyn prize. To sign up, see Mrs. PrevattIn
basketball skills. Participants are today's local games. the events. The ladies will provide chtn. McNelley. the Finance Office or call Mrs.
allowed to compete at their own Everyone is invited to come and refreshments for today's events. Candidates for Freshmen Chappell at the Middle School
New Dance Rules... (964-6093) or at home (473-2690).
Come the All-Sports Club
on boys
Due to'lack of there
cooperation,
Team 2-0 for SeasonThe are now rules students must followto has worked very hard to give you
High-Q needed equipment and banquets now
be able to attend a BHS dance,ac-
it's your turn by helping them in
to Ms. Thomas
cording Gladys
rr BHS Varsity High-Q Team Lisa! biaiock, Shaun Schmidt, junior class sponsor. their effort to raise more money for
) won 185-72 in academic competitionOct. Jonathon Rowe, Steven 1. No Middle School students athletes.

17 with St. Augstine, and JV lost( Mike Davie, David Stokes, Ruby ...._ __ _
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r 5.p tx 110-72. Bellwood, and Julie Fowler. fTWTW C> YC>
I The varsity is now 2-0 for the year. The Junior Varsity members are:
The JV is 0-2. Shawna Blom, Chris Powell, Ricky e
Jl' Smith, Richie Taylor, Mike Blalock, NOV. 2
Coach Stanley Crawford is very Joy Vallenga, Jason Brown and GRAND
encouraged from the improvementshown Jody Brown. WE WILL BE OPEN e
by junior Shaun Schmidt,who The High-Q matches are every
now answers almost as many questions Thursday. This Thursday, Oct. 24, CPErf I Nr; 2 DAYS PRIOR
as Capt. Lisa Blalock. the Tornadoes will go on the road to
The. High-Q Varsity members are: Hilliard. Oct. 31 & Nov. 1
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was recognized Monday night.Oct. 21, by the Bradford School Board for ARE PARTICIPATING PHYSICIANSIN Services will 4i
his continuous outstanding efforts in behalf of his students. Presentingthe be attended. Coin Laundry -
Above and Beyond Award Is Carol Anne Redditt. director of the PATIENT CARE FOR
Multlagency Network for Severely Emotionality Disturbed Students of PREFERRED ------1 Attended
District III-A located in Bronson Levy County. Mon.-Frl. 7-7 7 Days a Week
Carl Clark, directorof STATE OF FLORIDA EMPLOYEES 1
Instructor Woods was nominated for the award by Saturday 8-6 7 a.m. 11 p.m.
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Reinstate Mitzel


94 Hampton residents are petition- city council member and city clerk.
-ii ing Gov. Bob Graham to reinstate Williamson mailed the petition late
_s55rarMs councilman James Patrick (Jim) Oct. 16. "We are requesting that he
Mitzel who been suspended indefinitely be put back on the council until he's
until grand theft chargesare proven guilty without a doubt."
resolved. Diane McClellan also petitioned to
d t w Gov. Graham suspended Mitzel have Mitzel reinstated. "We voted
r+ r irR l as uS Oct. 9. Mitzel, 21, is charged with for him. We don't believe he's
? grand theft in Alachua County but is capable of what he's accused of."
proclaiming his innocence. Florida she said. "He's paying dearly
law provides for the suspension of an because of this." .
elected official until the official is Mitzel in a letter-to-the-editor in
acquitted. the Oct. 3 Issue of The Telegraph,
stating he is not a thief after accounts
Mitzel was arrested Sept. 23 and of his arrest were printed in
charged with taking $111 from the local newspapers "I'm no thief,
Waldo Cargo Station where he was never have been never will be. I
+ employed one day last June. have never broken the law, never
w The petition, also mailed to Rep. even had a speeding ticket and that's
Chance Irvin in Orange Park, con the honest truth' Mitzel said the
;- ,*, ... ..;';'?W-.Jr tains the signatures of 94 registered letter-to-the-editor.
voters in Hampton, more than the 56 "I wrote the letters to help
votes that put Mitzel in office Sept. credibility in Bradford County/'
The Top Grade Earners Southside Elementary...
10 by a one-vote incum-
margin over Mitzel said. "I've lost two good jobsin
The students who earned straight-A's at Southside Elementary for the Mueller, Laura Toth Alex Klrchain, Amy Rankin, Senica Cribbs Casey bent councilman Ted Curtis who Starke and received a lot of cold
first six-weeks grading period which ended Oct. 7 are l-r): Trimble, Molly O'Neal, Bethany Lee Itosella Smith,. Brittany Bula Liz was named to the council Sept. 11 to shoulders at a quarterback club
First row seated: Steve Ilaynes Jasen Wilkinson. Sean Phillip, Lane, Josh Brewer Keshawn Early, Patricia Gillis, Jason Canova. Lind- replace Mitzel and was elected coun- meeting over the bad publicity," he
Stephanie Peddicord Karlyn Bailey, Amy Long. Erica Chastain Brad say Walkup, Bryon Lee Christy Jones, Betty Gleason, Timothy Armen- cil chairman."A said.
Bishop, Brad Barber, Carl Elder Duke Lane, Paul Chen Trent Patterson trout, Dana Warren. lot of people got together and On advice of his attorney, Mitzel
Katrina Yeomans, John Montgomery.Back Absent for photo: Sean Connaughton, Andra White, Alan Thigpen, Alex decided" this was the best thing to refuses to discuss details of the inci-
row, standing: Billie Joe Mullis, Danny Frampton Kevin Stephens, Monica Busby Kimberly Douglas! Julia Poncier. do, said Lola Williamson, a former dent.

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Brooker CarnivalThe Lawtey CarnivalThe costume parade will start the ac- day, Oct. 29 from 4 to 5 p.m. membership drive is set the again at breakfast Friday Nov. 1, at
tivities with everyone invited, Come dressed in your scariest week of Oct. 28-Nov. 1 by the Starke- 7:30: a.m. at the Econo-Lodge.
Brooker Halloween Carnivalwill Lawtey Elementary School preschoolers and costume and win Games anda
up. a prize. Bradford Chamber of Commerce Speaker for the breakfast meetingwill
be event of Nov. 2. A costume Halloween Carnival is planned for
an
A drawing for a microwave, a TV cupcake walk will be part of the according to Manager Mike Cooney be Jerry Hines, facilities
will start at 4 at the City this Saturday Oct. 26,at the school.
parade p.m. and a homemade quilt is planned for fun and refreshments will be served. The drive will be kicked off at noon manager and marketing director for
The festivities will
Hall. The Carnival will be on the begin with a fish
5p.m. Come join friends at the
your Monday Nov. 28, with a luncheon at IBM in Gainesville and the
school grounds from 5 to 9 p.m. fry at 5 p.m. Special treats planned for this Library for an hour of safe Hallo- the Western Steer Steakhouse. Cor- marketing director for the
There will be
baked
chicken will be servedin goods,
Bar-B-Que ,
games include Shriners ride ween fun.
year a buggy alee Pomar executive director of Gainesville Chamber of Commerce.
the school cafeteria the booths concession stands and raf-
Carnival. during fle. Everyone is invited. a and two haunted houses (one for the the St.Augustine Chamber of Com- Prizes will be given for bringing in
younger children). merce, will address the group> of 10 the most new members. Champion
Booths games, a raffle a cake Games, a cake walk and country Hampton City ParkA committee members. During a Travel and Lake Region Travel will
walk and prizes promise fun for all. store will be part of the afternoon Halloween Party is planned for week-long membership drive give travel packages for two to the

Bingo:a country store and cake Methodist Youth fare. Hamburgers, hotdogs and Nov. 1 at the Hampton City Park. All recently, St.Augustine raised over team signing up the most new
walk will be part of the fun. Games drinks will be served all afternoon.The are invited to come in costume. $6,000 for its chamber and signed 130 members.
and lots of eats will be available. Will Trick or TreatThe school T-shirts will be on sale new members. Anyone interested in participating
Chili popcorn hamburgers boiled youth of the First United during the carnival hours. The Membership Committee will in the membership drive is asked to
peanuts pizza and chicken 'n' rice Methodist Church will be trick-or- be contacting prospective membersall contact the Chamber, phone
with coffee and Coke to drink. Hampton PTA week. The committee will meet 9645278.ROOMS .
Southside Carnival treating International for UNICEF (Children's United Nations Carnival Nov. 2 r- r._ ..... r tlnai. I_ ..... liiiiiiiiiiiI, tt..

Emergency Fund) on October 27th The Hampton PTA Carnival is
Southside Elementary School will from 6 to 7:30: p.m. in the Starke planned for Nov. 2 from 5:30: to I
host their Halloween Carnival Fri- area. p.m. 91' II
day, Oct. 25, from 5 to 9 p.m. on the Please be aware there will be A first prize of $100 cash will
school ground. There will be a youth around. awarded the winner of the raffle, I II I
costume contest for the scariest, tickets will be on sale that evening. I
best homemade, cutest and most Starke 'Elementary Public LibraryThe Games, a cake walk, bingo and a "
original to start the evening.All Halloween CarnivalNov. haunted museum will highlight the I II
day Friday at school there will Bradford County Public carnival hours.Hamburger I _
be donuts on sale, 10 cents each or 2 the Starke Elementary Library will co-host a Halloween and Coke will sell for
three donuts for 25 cents with three Halloween Carnival will be on the Party with Cadette Troop 520 for $1.50 and a hotdog and Coke will sell I
holes for a dime, school grounds from 2 to 6 p.m. A .preschool: to 10 years old on Tues- for $1. I

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The PTA is in need of helpers for 5 grade class selling the most raffle j .' Jim &-Yvonno s Workshop : ', I i
our Nov. 2 Halloween Carnival. tickets will receive a popcorn party 1:1/4 Miles East aT Keystone on Hwy 100 I
Please call the school at 964-6091 or from the PTA. A bicycle and Cab- -) 473-4000 :
contact your child's teacher if you bage Patch doll with accessories will i '
can help. We would appreciate your be raffled off to the students. These e G\\\5 Digs si. (4r
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time and effort! raffle tickets are selling for 25 cents s Crafll11el1ls

poster We are contest very proud winners of: our FIRST 4-H each.this Only raffle.SES students are eligiblefor I! ChristmasOPEN : FOR RENT I Iat II II

PLACE: Jeremy Hildebrand; SE- HOUSE
COND PLACE: Candi Norman and I

THIRD PLACE: Lori Mosley. Lunch Menus Friday & Saturday 10-5 .. Sunday 15Restaurant I \
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Oct. 14 for students 1-5.
School
Bradford Elem.&Middle

cards Kindergarteners the 2nd, 4th, and receive 6th six report week Monday plesauce:,Beef-vegetable milk. soup, cheese toast ap- MAGNOLIA HOTELWalnut

grading periods. Tuesday Spaghetti and meat sauce,cheese stix, : I
Special Events green beans apple crisp, hot rolls milk. Office
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Oct. 18: Awards Ceremonies in Wednesday: Hamburger on bun lettuce tomato
milk.
pickle, french fries custard
Cafeteria. Thursday: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes i
Time schedules: K 8:15-8:45: : ; gravy, mixed!> vegetables, chocolate cake, 'RINA I
Grade 1, 8:45-9:15: ; Grades 2,3 biscuits, milk.
,buttered ,fruit,cookie milk. : -
9:15-9:45; Grades 4,5 1010:30.: Friday: Pizza corn I- Nightly Weekly Monthly I II
Parents are invited and encouragedto Bradford High School ,"" "- I
attend the Awards Ceremonies.We .
are having a book fair in the Mondays Pizza, buttered corn, garden salad, You Will Be Close to: I

school library Oct. 1722. Please feel fruit, cookie Salisbury,milk.Tuesdayi steak rice and gravy,green Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine I I 'Churches Doctors Offices Restaurants
free to come in with your child to beans, peaches biscuits, milk. ,
help make their selections. Adult- Wednesday Barbecue on bun,french fries, cab- 964.7681 II Grocery Stores & the Post Office I
interest cookbooks and other topics bage slaw, custard, brownie milk Ave. US 301 N (To-Rena Motel)'
Thursday Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and 1900 N. Temple I I
child
will also be available. Your gravy, turnip greens, cornbread, fruit jello, I I
should have taken home a checklistof milk. ) I IL
books available. Come visit our Friday Spaghetti and meat sauce, cheese stix Stop By and Let Mrs. Van Hook show you the |
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book fair! garden salad, apple crisp,hot rolls, milk. HALlOV/EEfl
Raffle tickets are on sale every : \ rooms. We're sure you will be delighted. IoII.I j
ALACARTEMonday
morning in our school cafeteria.As .

our first prize we have a 13" Hamburgers corndogs, french fries, ) L - -> sarasis ..- !
color TV; second prize is a orange Juice,milkshakes.TueadayCheeseburgers QQQ .aim
french fries pizza, l
microwave oven; and third prize is a milkshakes, orange juice. _J
homemade quilt. The tickets are $1 WednesdayPizzs.lrench fries,chicken nuggets,
each. O.J., milkshakes.ThursdayHamburgers. MONDAY &
Our 4th and 5th grade students are french fries, pizza

selling tickets if they return permis- milkshakes FrldayiPlzza,orange, french Juice. fries, corndoga, STUFFED CRAB TUESDAY ALL
sion slips. A set of walkie-talkies will cheeseburger, orange Juice,milkshakes.Each .
be awarded to the student that sells day students have a choice of a hot lunch DAYSPECMLD
or salad bar or they may purchase a.la.carte.
tickets.The 4th 5th
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Chiles Warns Debt Interest

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( 3,the conclusion,of reminiscensesof
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:, Fastest Growing; n"dgetltem, years the of late Starke.HE. Lagergren) about the early

When the 20th Century made its debut,

Laurels to Florida's Senator Lawton admitted, "No one can convince; me ........ the farmers of Bradford County were well
on the road to prosperity. They either had
Chiles who had the intestinal fortitudeto anyone in this room knows exactly what. the means or knew where to get it. They
resist a recent stampede in Congressto this bill is about." had learned to work to better advantage,

climb aboard a balanced-budget bill As brought out in conference discus- and how to fertilize properly.Strong mules
cooked to pull the wool over sion took the place of weak ponies, and
up one major area of uncertainty in vegetables, fruits and milk were produced
American voters' eyes as the 1986 elec- the plan is the all-important factor of in abundance. The rural mail carriers

tion year approaches. the nation's economy. It is obvious that brought reading matter to the very doors

automatic budget cuts during a reces- of the farmers, and education in every
Chiles knows and has long proclaimedthat sion could plunge the economy into an direction was promoted..

the only way to balance the budgetis even deeper slump while reducing funds in 1905 Starke got water works and electric -

through a hard combination of tax increases needed to alleviate the human costs of a lights, and concrete sidewalks began t _,. ewy
to the old wooden .
and spending reductions. That replace walks. Im-
decline. Such
cuts would fall
most provements went on until
apace 1916 when
well
doesn't down
medicine
bitter go heavily on 'programs for the poor, the the town put in a sewer system and had
with most voters, and Congressmen up handicapped, the young, and the elder- several streets paved. East of Starke a
for re-election know it. ly. drainage district was created, and no less
than 31 miles of canals and ditches were
House and Senate conferees are now As some members of Congress have dug, making hundreds of acres of land that
engaged in hammering out a com- pointed out, if Mr. Reagan wants a were formerly subject to inundation,fit for Farming As It Used To Be
balanced budget he submit tillage. A heavy growth of valuable pine The Itrownlcc brothers Hugh (left) and Milton (on mule drawn harvester)
can one
promise bill to "force" a "balanced any trees began to crowd out the worthless typify "modern farming" as practiced in Bradford County during the early
budget" by 1991. Sounds great to the time he chooses. In a recent newspaper aquatic trees from the lowest places. The days of the-nlury.<< They were successful farmers and also operated a seed and

voters, of course, at least to those who series, Lee lacocca comments: "We effects of this drainage has been felt, even feed store on Washington Street, now Highway 16, for many years.
are still gullible enough to believe in the began the decade with an annual budget so far away as Middleburg in Clay County.

tooth fairybut will it work? Only deficit of $74 billion; halfway through Until the end of 1895,the county was dot- big sums of money acquiring lands around could well be established at Sampson City.
Senator Chiles and a few fearless Con- we've tripled it to $222 billion. In 1980, ted with orange groves. Many plantings some out of the way lakes and staking A mile west of Hampton is Little Santa Fe
we had a trade deficit of $24 billion. In were old enough to bear well and bring In them off into subdivisions. Many of our Lake (editor's note: now called HamptonLake
gressmen are brave enough to stand up much revenue. But the severe winter of farmers sold out and moved away, temp- ) at the north end of which is Hampton
and say, "Not unless we increase taxes 1985, we are in the hole $150 billion, withno 1894-95 killed to the ground almost every ted by the high pay where"developments"were Beach with a casino and sundry con-
and cut expenses." end in sight. We started the decade orange tree in this section, and no com- in progress. The fields were allowedto trivances for water sports. The Beach con-
with a national debt of$1 trillion. Now in mercial citrus planting has taken place grow up in weeds, buildings and fences stitutes a sort of Coney Island for southern
The game plan in Congress is to pro- just five years, we've doubled it to $2 here since that time. rotted down or were burned up, and littleor Bradford County. The Hampton Shores

duce a balanced budget in easy stages trillion and could easily go to $3 trillion The freeze was a disaster to the entire no produce was shipped from the Chateau is another popular resort on this
over the next five years. The clincher is by 1990." The decade also began with ,state, as well as to Bradford County. Land various railroad stations in the county. lake.

that the President, starting with Mr. the Administration of Ronald values fell and all business suffered a Then in the late '20s the "paper boom" The prettiest of the lakes available to
Reagan.
Reagan, would have the power to "se- severe shock, as so many had depended collapsed as quickly as it had begun. A few Bradford residents is Kingsley, located in
quester" enough funds from most Senator Chiles says, "Remember: solely upon their groves for a living and made some money, but the great majorityof Clay County, just a few miles east of the
debt interest is the fastest-growing itemin did not know what to do next. Many amateur speculators were left holdingthe county line. There are several well-known
Federal needed to make
programs as the federal times became discouraged, sold their holdingsfor bag, Land values dropped until "dirt" resorts, patronized by people living as far
budget-- IVz
the necessary budget cuts. our what they could c get, and left the coun- could hardly be given away at any price. away as Jacksonville, and many "tired
total health budget and 8>/2 times educ ty. First one and then another industrywas Lawyers were kept busy trying to recover business men"of Starke have summer cot-
The first few days of Senate-House tion spending." abandoned. The sash and blind factory the money of those who had been rippedoff tages there.The water is cold,being fed by
conferences showed that the so-called President Reagan wield burned and, since misfortunes never by the land developers.The many springs in the bottom. The lake is
a mean
may come singly, there on the east slope of trail ridge,andis
balanced budget bill already nicknamed were more conflagrations boom was followed by another perched
,
axe on social programs, but he can't cut which reduced the number of dwell- disasterdiscovery of the Mediterraneanfruit said to be the highest and the oldest lakein
the "Incumbent Congressman Re- interest on the national debt until he ings here. But diminished business also fly, and terrible losses were sufferedby the state.

election Act", raises more questionsthan provides the leadership to reduce Pen- purged the town of a number of the citrus growers. All this made for a Our people are kindly and courteous in
it answers. Even conference co- tagon waste and/or increase taxes. undesirable citizens of both sexes,who had lot of bank failures, and the whole state their dealings with strangers and with
chairman Rep. Daniel Rostenkowski come here in the belief that there was a lot was financially sick, including Bradford each other. Most of the "undesirable ele-
of money to be made in Starke. County.But ment" and
left us years ago, that class is
But those who remained showed during the summer of last year no longer tolerated. Our business men and
Cemeteries Deserve Respect praiseworthy self-reliance and went to (1930) there was a turn for the better in city and county officials are mostly
work with renewed zeal to grow other this county. Those who had been in the capable and full of reserve force if pusheda
vegetable crops to add to their strawberries habit of scouring about in decrepit fliv- little every now and then to keep them
: as a source of livelihood. But another vers, complaining of hard ] moving ahead to achieve the progress this
:' Not VandalismIf blow to the farming population came dur- returned, broker, but not discourage county deserves. Those who have our
ing the World War period when an invasionof after learning in the school of hard knocks welfare at heart should first of all see that
the dreaded boll weevil wiped out cotton that farming was the only safe occupationafter our young people can find employment in
there is any spot in the communitythat cemetery and on across a concrete which had been one of the main cash cropsin all. their home community without having to
.should be sacred that spot is the drainage structure into private property the county since the first settlers arriv- seek it at other locations.:It can be done, if
of a nearby residential development.Some ed here during Indian War days.In The contour of Bradford County is rather the opportunities are provided.We .
cemetery- the,"burying ground" as flat and the interminable pine forests
the Indians used to call the site where intruders have even gone so far 1924, the land boom which originatedin would be monotonous were it not for cer- now end our ramnbling' notes, with
South! Florida began to be felt here. The the hope that those,who have had the
tain beautifying features. West of Starke. patience -
they placed their deceased ancestors j-"'::11 as '..1'shoot...the lock offthe 'Crosby'Celnetery4ipiimp <-
., .hy te'19 make big money spread rapidly are three Jakes two Rf,w{>i jqh, rqsbY:;) nod ,q \ them Will: be moteconvincedthaiPfeVef
In OrientalA&turi'alsl' ), the burying and st rag l'house; and soon the whole country went "bug Rowell, are entirely surrounded by an extensive -' Br 'County (Starke
ground" is a hallowed spot. The peopleof remove fuses, thereby cutting off the house" about investing in Florida lands. lake swamp.An adjoining lake, are pleasant abodes, worth our very best
those countries have great respect for water, and also taking up outside water Otherwise hardboiled businessmen spent Sampson, has shores that are high enoughfor efforts.
faucets and even pipe. building sites in places, and a resort
their ancestors, as they should, and
their custom is to make frequent This type of thievery illustrates the I I

pilgrimages to their graves and main- "modern trend of less and less respectfor County Agent's NotebookBy

tain the cemeteries as peaceful retreats the property rights of others. In this ForestryIn

where they can gather or come in- case "the others" are actually the con- Bobby L.Taylor

dividually as a mark of love and respectfor gregations of three Starke churches Fire Ant Bait Sale Bradford CountyBy
those who have gone before them. who banded together over ten years ago

to form the Crosby Lake Cemetery The Florida Department of Agricultureand through the courthouse 964-6280, ext. 209. David W.Norton
Most of us like to think of ourselves as Association in order to provide Consumer Services will have a one Call us if you have questions or want more Bradford County Forester
whose maintenance for this day sale of AMDRO to farmers ranchers, information.
being a ahead of those perpetual area
step and Trees
and the general Oct. Lightning
public Wednesday, 30.
customs we do not know or understand, that has served Starke and vicinity for The sale will be at the Agriculture Buildingon Private Pesticide Applicator's License:
but sad to say there are those among us at least 150 years.It North 301 in Starke from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. Many holders of private pesticide applicator's Lightning strikes more often in better Florida we
licenses than in other state. The
any
are receiving notices
who fall far short of this standard. is impossible for law enforcement AMDRO is a bait that has given good that their licenses have expired, or will be understand its behavior the more we will
officers to "stake out" the cemetery on control of the Imported Fire Ant. The ant expiring soon, and that they must contact be able to protect ourselves and our pro
Crosby Lake Cemetery, situated as it a full-time basis, but in view of the large is a serious pest of lawns, gardens, their County Agent's office if they want perty.
is with large frontage on busy Highway number of complaints received from pastures, croplands Their mounds and public areas in license renewal. Lightning is not attracted to pines as

100 seems to attract more than its shareof this area have agreed to make frequent our hamper county. the operation of are equipment unsightlyand in The legislature mandated several much as people think. As a matter of fact,
they
those who have no respect for the Jiving infested changes in the re-certification program a long-term study showed that, nation-
"runs' the grounds both areas.
through
wide, the five species most often struck by
beginning October 1, 1983. The major
the dead. Fresh flowers artificial !
or day and night. The Cemetery Associa- The sting of the ant is serious and can changes were that to be re-certified, theprivate lightning are oak,elm,pine,tulip tree,and
arrangements, potted plants, and even tion is also offering $100 reward for in- cause real problems ,to people who are applicators (farmer or rancher) poplar, in that order. Location, however,
shrubbery have been removed, formation concerning activities allergic to insect bites. They have been must demonstrate a working knowledge of plays a more decisive role in determine
sometimes any known to cause sickness,and even death to what tree will be struck. Favorite lightn-
as fast as they are put in violating the property of individuals, as pesticide application. He must pass an ex-
markers young livestock and other animals. amination that covers identification ing targets are a single tree. the tallest
place. Huge granite pest ,
grave well the cemetery as a whole. Such end
as tree in a group, and the tall tree at the
formulations
labels and label-
The of AMDRO is$4 pesticide
price one pound
some weighing 500 pounds or more have per
will remain confidential of the of nearest the
information row or edge a
the grove
ing, protection, environment
been bag and$75 for a 25 pound bag.Applicationor applica-
toppled, apparently pushed over and may be turned over to the Bradford treatment instructions will be given to tion equipment, calibration, laws and approaching storm.
by some kind of vehicle, since they are County Sheriff's office. purchasers at the time of sale. regulations, and pesticide safety. The location of a building near a tree can
too to be handled one or affect its chances of hit. When two
heavy by even being
Licenses are good for four and
Again the Agriculture Building is years
several individuals. Evidence of Dealing with a problem of this nature trees are of equal height,with one five feet
"potsmoking" located on North 301 in Starke adjacent to there is a $5 charge for renewal. Call or
and other illegal trespassing has to be a community effort, along the the Fairgrounds, Farmers Market and the come by if you have a need to apply for from a house and one fifteen feet away, the
lines of a "Neighborhood Watch" where restricted pesticides. tree adjacent to the house will be likeliest
has been found
frequently in the older Highway Patrol Station. Our phone is target because the house plumbing and
more isolated part of the cemetery, anIdeep all responsible citizens concern electrical might give that tree a better
ruts have been cut in the sod in the themselves with what is going on and ground.All .

newer part by the so-called "jackedup"trucks promptly report any activities of a J Letters to the EditorWhy lightning strikes to trees do not proveto

and others with oversize tires. suspicious nature. With public I be fatal.' The damage, to the tree will
Hunters with dogs and firearms fre- awareness and quick response, it is vary dependin on the voltage of the
possible that such violations of the law Doesn't City sidewalk crevices bordering our highwaysinto charge, the moisture content of the tree,
quently prowl the area, and there has Enforce OrdinanceTo town, is this not the state's respon- and the species of tree. In general, pine
. been at least one instance of a pickup can be curbed in Crosby, as well as all Clean Up Lots? sibility in lieu of our city? trees struck by lightning are usually killed

truck being driven through the other cemeteries in the county. Editor, Telegraph. So, how about a city-wide clean-up project and hardwoods are not. This is partly due
Thanks to Ms. Marba Whittle for her as well as a Call Street beautification to the presence in our area of Ips Bark
comments on sidewalk conditions recently program. Hopefully, many will join me in Beetles, which readily attack and can kill
"aired"on the Telegraph's editorial page. this request of our Qty Councilmen and .the weakened pines, but they do not infest
Trees---An Endangered Species I, for one, realize it is hard for our city to Health Inspector. hardwood. Lately, I have had many callsof
Redgrave with this problem. Lightning not
properly maintain every foot of our townas Carolyn people
weeds, etc., grow rapidly. However in- 734 N.Thompson SL only kills the tree it strikes; several other
Florida cities have also shut their much the trees may be killed or damaged around the
Several months ago we received a letter eyesto stead of concentrating so on
struck tree if the
roots are in contact.
few blocks of Call
from a reader concerned with the the obvious in the name of progress, beautification a Don't Blame
Street should spent a few dollars to Between the lightning and the ensuing
Their they
until it was too late. once lovely
steady, and sometimes seemingly un- contact owners of property badly in needof The Dog Catcher beetles, pine plantations often lose ten or
necessary destruction of trees in. the Ci- avenues are now a jumble of concrete a good clearing, advising that unless twenty trees with one lightning strike.As .
and signsgreat for the pocketbook, their is cleaned off or cleared Editor, Telegraph: ,
ty of Starke. property
In to letter about the dogs'roaming with most things, prevention is more
response your
hard on the soul. Too late they are fin- within a specified number of days,the City the park on Church Street: effective than .a cure. A lightning rod
In view of the circumstances, it seems ding out just how long it takes a seedlingto will have it taken care of, with additional system can be installed on a well-chosen
taxes for he is not
taxes added to their property as a Don't blame the dog catcher '
appropriate to repeat the content of this grow into a majestic treehow dif- "clean-up" charge. at fault. I have been up and down Church tree which will serve to protect all the surrounding -

letter for those who may have missed it ficult it is.to root in cement. Examples: North of Highway 16 (north Street many times and have seen people sometimes trees In it a is yard.more In expensive residentialareas to

on the first time around. We quote: "The question is: will Starke stop this of the depot) the Seaboard property {is a going into the Health Clinic with three or remove a lightning-struck tree than to protest
deplorable mess with high weeds,the ditch four dogs trailing after them. If these people it.Once.
"How many years does it take to growa loss of a valuable resource now, beforeit overflowing with water since'our recent own these dogs, then when they leave '
nice shade tree, so beautiful to look at, is complete? Will we have the rains,breeding mosquitoes,not to mention home,why don't they either tie them up or a tree is struck, pruning the dead
'so cool to park under, so easily cut foresight to enact a tree and beautification snakes I do Know this property has not shut them up somewhere? I have had to branches on a hardwood can help to
oft in two as catcher of times and minimize the damage. If it is a pine that is
ordinance before it is! too late? been cleaned years my property call the dog a couple
down? ? ? And how !
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Twenty Thirty Fifty adjoins some of theirs. I have con- he has always been there to solve my problem struck, maybe a prayer would be more
many more will fall before the City tacted many of the Seaboard employeesand of the stray dogs. timely. Pesticides are generally ineffec-

takes some action to stop the 'unnecessary -' As a note of encouragement to the am told they do not know who shouldbe Also, why should the dog catcher, when tive on damaged trees, but can be sprayed
where. on nearby trees (0-8' along trunk)which do
this matter,
about nor
wanton destruction that we writer of this letter, we are pleased to SURELY contacted there's a boss of railroad he is called to go pick upa dog, have to, not show beetle sign. This is a preventative
each time a new building is erected take abuse from the dog s owner, who all
see report that some interest in such an or- maintenance somewhere I measure and should be done as soon as
an addition put up, or a .new parkingarea dinance has surfaced in recent weeks., Another "eye-sore" Is Cherry Street of has a sudden been appears running to at claim large the dog in that the beetle activity. noticed.

paved? As more and more trees-bite the dust, with most Of it a complete disgrace to neighborhood? "
I and effort is made to them Starke. I do agree with Ms. Whittle that J "' ,
iVlt's obvious that no replace catcher say'
developers f
quite those who rent as well as residential My hat is oft to the dog ,
and purchasers of these new structures the need will become obvious that'a owners should have enough pride In keep- keep, up the good. workl.1 .*: All of Antarctica continents ere, with wider the In exception the north
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have no interest in preserving trees, but protective ordinance with public support :- ing their premises trimmed and cleanedup Lifelong Resident than In the south.
this is not unique In' Starke. Countless ,.will become inevitable. as well as those who own the vacant' Of Starke-



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Stephanie Denison and 14 i : :
Barry King Marry Sept. I 0 ,,4 ,,' .. .. .

Social Side
Stephanie Uenlse Denison ton cousin of the bride anu daugmei Disney World the couple is residing College in MarKe. ClubNewsi
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. of Mr;,'and Mrs. Andy Thornton and at Kingsley Lake. The groom is a graduate of Brad .
Ucnison of Patterson Ga. and miniature groom was Allan Huns- The bride is a graduate of PierceCo. ford High School attended Santa Fe of the. : ChuFCl'1Le' s
Barry King, son of Mr. and' Mrs. inger son of Karen Hunsinger of High School Blackshear Ga., College and is presently In the: ; ,;
Lowell King of Starke were united in Starke: attended Waycross Junior college Marine Reserve and employed by NewsGladys
marriage Saturday Sept. 14, at 5:30: Norene_ Byrd directed (he wedding.The and plans to attend Santa Fe Junior Inter Group System in Gainesville f
p.m. in Patterson Baptist Church bride given in marriage by .-.. -.-.. -..----..--.------.-.--.-.--..-... -- ',':''. .' Weddings
Patterson Ga, with Rev. Jerry her father wore a flounced chantily .-:" Receptions
Price officiating.Centering lace gown with fitted empire bodic Mooty Parties .
the back choir loft was Queen Anne neckline reembroidered 964-7608
an arched white candelabra spiralon with sequin and pearls and lace ,
each side with 60 white burning sleeves that tapered to the wrists. iLv I'.l t
tapers. In front center was a large The lace trim on the front of the \. .. .
arrangement of live flowers con- dress created a panel effect.Back of ."
sisting of glads mums pink carnations the skirt were lace flounces that ex- fuLl fi. ; \ "*
sweetheart roses white love tended into a chapel train with white r Am. Legion Auxiliary Dinner MeetingThe
doves and baby's breath. In front of lace lined with taffeta. She wore a
the sanctuary were two candle trees strand of pearls a gift of the groom.In .
with nine tapers. All the candelabraswere her hair she wore white tulle regular meeting of the tional Guard and'MSG Sam Church
entwined with ivy pink bows bordered in lace, pearls and sequins r 4 LU American Legion Auxiliary was heldon of National Guard Headquarters in
and love doves. The focal points attached to a juillettecap with ruffle mr Oct. 8 at the Legion Post 56 on Ed- St. Augustine gave very impressive
were flanked by large Boston ferns effect on top made by her mother. wards Road in Starke. A covered details regarding the Flag on
and areca palms. She carried a silk nosegay of large dish supper was enjoyed jointly with display and the new $407,000
The couple knelt for the benedic- pink orchids miniature cymbidium the Legionnaires and the Auxiliary memorial that Is to be constructed In
tion at a prayer bench. The pews sweetheart roses stephanotis, lily of members. Mrs. Mary Gissy was memory of the Floridians and others
were decorated with candelabras the valley and baby's breath with welcomed back after her stay in the who died for their country. There
decorated with pink and white. satin white lace and satin streamers.A hospital. were nine from Starke.
streamers. reception was held in the church Currently, the auxiliary is in the Meetings for the American Legion
Providing a program of nuptial social hall that was highlighted by process of making Lap Robes for Auxiliary are held the second Tues-
music were Ray Cunningham large Boston ferns areca palms and hospitalized veterans. Anyone day of every month. The next
organist June Bennett Herbie Byrd pink begonias.The wishing to donate cotton and/or flan- meeting is Nov. 12.
and George Denison, soloists. bride's table was covered witha nel material may do so by calling ?
Bruce Rehberg attended as best white imported lace cloth with Mrs. Toni Coss president at
man. Ushers were Billy Rehberg large pink satin bows and streamersat !9646364.At Elizabeth Hamilton,
Payton Crawford Brady Rehbergand the corners. The four tier wedding the meeting new by-laws were
Eddie Winkler. cake had Grecian pillars separtedby j' .) ? voted on and forwarded to Chairperson Samuel RaulersonTo
Amanda Denison attended her tiers and decorated with pink I'{, Mrs. J.D. Warrick to be Wed Oct... 2
sister as maid of honor. Attendantswere roses doves and golden rings flank- presented to headquarters for final
Cindy Allen Shawn Crews ed by silver candelbra with white approval. Elizabeth Dee Hamilton, daughterof
Priscilla Denison and Tara Pope. tapers. Diane Carter and Vicki Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hamiltonand
Shannon Walker was honorary Carter aunts of the bride cut the President stated that during her Samuel Scott Raulerson son of
bridesmaid. They were attired alikein cake. a'r term of office her theme is to be"No Mr. and Mrs. James H. Raulerson
pink chifon over taffeta gowns The punch table was covered withan Baloney with Bob and Toni". She invite you to attend their wedding on
with neck ruffle and off the shoulder imported lace cloth and centered then proceeded to present the aux- Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. at New
neck There were satin ties at the with an arrangement of pink car- iliary with a set of "Bells" that the River Baptist Church in Brooker.
princess bodice and full length ruffl- natons and white rose buds. 7 V'rc, auxiliary earned for increasing their
ed skirt trimmed in pink satin bows Assorted finger foods were served. 1 membership by 41 percent. She also
and white lace. The honor attendant The groom's table was also covered reminded the members that Teressa L. Wray
carried a large lace fan with silk similar to the other tables and held a November will be "MembershipDrive" Kenneth W. Howard
pink and white sweetheart roses, lily chocolate iced cake topped with month. Membership open To Wed.Nov. 15
of the valley, stephanotis and satin chocolate dipped grapes made by 'to any qualified woman. Those in-
and lace streamers. The attendants Anita Chancey aunt of the groom. A o( terested are asked to call Mary Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wray of
carried smaller fans decorated the silk pink and white rose bud ar- Brown 964-5554 or Violet Crosby, Starke announce the engagementand
same as the honor attendant's. rangement decorated this table. Mr.and Mrs.Barry King 9645074. approaching marriage of their
Misty King daughter of Mr. and Angie Walker kept the bride's The Mid-Winter Conference of the daughter, Teressa to Kenneth
Mrs. Edward King was flower girl book and assisting in serving were American Legion Auxiliary is to be Howard son of Mr. and Mrs.
and wore a dress similar to the at- Delores Music Lynn Music, Betty held Nov. 23-24, at the Holiday Inn Thomas Howard of Lawtey.
tendants. Richie Allen son of Mr. Thornton Angie Walker Debbie Surfside at Daytona Beach. Miss Wray is a graduate of Brad-
and Mrs. Richard Allen, nephew of Dixon Bixbee Carter and Annette Many Gift / Off PICTURE FRAMES -50% OFF An American Flag that will) fly ford High School and is employed by
the bride, was ring bearer. Raulerson. THE OFFICE SHOP The Office Shop over the new Viet Nam Memorial in Winn-Dixie.
Miniature bride was Michelle Thorn- Following a wedding trip to 110 W. Call St. 110 W. Call St.Woman's our State Capitol was on display in Mr. Howard is a graduate of
front of the Bradford County Cour- Bradford-Union Vo-Tech and is in
thouse on Oct. 8. Attending the the U.S.Army.The .
ceremonies and representing Post 56 wedding will take place Nov.
Club of Starke Has Ad Litem ProgramMrs. were Commander and Mrs. Robert 15 in Highland Baptist Church with a
Brown Mr. and Mrs. George Stieh reception following.

J.W. Griffin newly-elected families all backed up'by written gram to their list of civic endeavorsfor already underway in Starke were and Mrs. Edith Gowans. vited All to friends attend.and relatives are in-
president of the Woman's Club of documentation.It the coming year and invited stressedHacienda Girl's Ranch Major Terry Rieske of the Na-
Starke presided at the October 9 would be very difficult if not impossible members to join in the 16-hour train- (sponsored by the Florida Federa-
club meeting, which was sponsoredby ,to afford attorneys to spend ing session to begin next week at the tion), Special Olympics, and the
the Education Committee. the amount of time that a volunteerwill Bradford County Courthouse. Com- HOBIE Leadership Training Program -.._ ..__ _-- ,...... ..-
Following devotions given by Mrs. utilize in working with a family, menting upon Mrs. Young's and and the newest, the Latchkey
R.A. Green Sr., Mrs. W.B. Scoggins although the volunteers do work Mrs. N. Conti's contributions to the Program which the Junior Bradford Square Shopping Center
introduced the 1984 and 1985 HOBIE closely with attorneys on a contract program in Bradford County Mrs. Woman's Club is taking to the
award winners from Bradford High basis.In Zegel said that Mrs. Conti would be schools of the county. \ljfc HOURS:
School, the Misses Kelly Baldwinand answering what effect this program happy to discuss this program with Mrs. Young asked the members to Jt \ 9:30-5:30 Mon.-Sat.
Sherrie Harrell. has had on Bradford County any who might be interested in par add their own sewn creations to the
Miss Baldwin the 1984 delegate, Mrs. Zegel felt that Guardian Ad ticipating.The arts and crafts program to be held in kLZ +
attended the Orlando seminar while Litem had helped greatly in work- business meeting followed January 1986, as a fashion show will \J SHOP V -
Miss Harrell spent three days in ing with judges, representatives of Mrs. Zegel's talk with Mrs. J.D. .be part of the meeting.
Tallahassee this spring. Speaking to the IIRS,etc.,in helping to solve pro- Warren reading the minutes of the, J. !4rs.G. Roberts fourth vice presl- .
" '. "tbgr'oupabout her leadership training ;, blems.--The program in the'8th' previous meeting and-;giving" the ;tteht, .announced that the annual "
experiences Miss Harrell thanked Judicial District was one of the first' report of the treasurer as well. 4- Christmas Tea will be held from 4-5 SWEATER 25 %
the Woman's Club for their spon- four in the state of Florida, and is Mrs. Griffin announced a social p.m. on Dec. 11, at which time the off
sorship of this program locally. now being used as a model for up- fund-raiser would be held on Friday new club members will be honored.
Mrs. L.T. Young 1st vice president coming programs in other states. As Dec. 6, from 6-8 p.m., at the Mrs. Griffin announced that Mrs.G. featuring....
' introduced the main speaker the guardians work on just one case clubhouse. To be used as a means pf Sale and Mrs. W.B.Mundy will be Panther
Mrs. Carol E. Zegel, Circuit Direc- at a time, they are more able to ar- securing additional equipment for in charge of the October bridge luncheon SALE'
tor of the Guardian Ad Litem Program rive at a solution. Unfortunately the club kitchen members are ask- to be held on Oct. 31, beginn- Gotham
, for the Eighth Judicial Circuit most children involved in court proceedings ed to bring a covered dish and to ing at 10 a.m., luncheon to be servedat )1
: Court District. do not have an advocate to pay $2 each for the dinner. A true noon. ,i Beldoch Popper
:, Mrs. Zegel described the Guar- determine the situation, and help to "smorgasborg" of culinary delights ,
dian Ad Litem program as an opportunity find a remedy.A will await members families and Mrs. Scoggins supervised the ..-. Italian Mob
for lay people to represent guests at this "first ever" event. drawings for door prizes which
children abused and/or neglected prerequisite for becoming a Mrs. Gilbert Crosby was acceptedinto were won by Mrs. J.E. Byrd and
in court proceedings. The volunteersare Guardian Ad Litem Is simply to care membership of the club. humorously Mrs. Scoggins herself 1 -- -a---
able to bring a refreshing pointof aboutchildren.Mrs.ZegelaskedtheWoman's Mrs. Griffin reported on the recent The next meeting will be held
view combined with a broader Club members to consider Fall Board meetings held in under the auspices of the Public Af-
perspective of what happens within adding this very worthwhile pro- Jacksonville where several rojects fairs Committee on Nov. 13.
a .. : rt..,..I.r.In 1M r-l ..rI'r.:: ..r-l dB/ .I
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Stacy Sapp, nival on the Friday Oct. 25, from 5 to 9
p.m. on playgrounds.
William RobertsonTo Dress up for the costume contest.
Wed Oct. 26 Judging will begin at 7:30: p.m.
Make plans now to attend for a THE OFFICE SHOP
Halloween)) treat you won't forget.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sapp of
Lake Butler announce the ap- 110 W. Call Street Downtown Starke 9645764Ad

proaching marriage of their St.Marks Church Good through November 1, 1985
daughter Stacy Kristine, to William Flea Market
Robertson son of Mrs. Martha Holding
Crews of Starke. And Craft ShowSt.Mar's Has Your Halloween Decorations
The wedding will take place Saturday -
Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. at the home of Episcopal Church will
bride's in Lake Butler hold a flea market and craft show on w
the parents
with a reception following. Saturday Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 Cards Cups & Napkins
Proceeds to toward the
All friends and relatives are in- p.m. go
attend.Southside organ fund.
vited to
Carlisle For information 964-6833. call)) Mrs. Al Kay Plates OthersLarge

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Martha, Strut. and'DougJohnsrWedOct.: 11 in 'Meth Church

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Martha Ellen ': ;; ..Randall Crawford: 'arts. She carried, a remassunee : : of;': magnolia.aaltiuK
Johns! repeated marriage vows Friday I. an arrangement .
'as matron of honor Attendants (| of baby's breath, white silk' tulips and ,larkspur :in'
in the First
Oct. II, at 8p m :
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United Methodist Church: with Itcv.Bulliml Mrs. Bobby Case, of Lake iris, violets and miniature shades of coral and peach. Presidingat ',' -.
Wilson officiating. sister of the bride, and Miss with white satin the punch bowls were Mrs. Betty +;tp'
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. liayncs. Erica Johns, the .She also wore a strand of Ann Phillips and Mrs.Ann Hill. Mrs. .,Rs r.',, r
Loui-llii T. SI ruth and Kenneth Merrill daughter, was junior with matching earrings. James Hobbs! presided at the coffee '. F
A held in the
They were attired alike in long reception wins ,
service.
Struth and the groom is the son or
I Hull where Mrs. Vernon
gowns of coral cnmelol taft" > ) bride's book table held
The a
Mrs John I.Johns, all of Starke.
und Mrs. Roberts
Jr.
George
They had a sweetheart ; candlestick with
Miss Christy Johns organist, and silver a peach taper
( the guest.Mrs. .
Hill Mcltue,soloist,presented a program cented featured by renaissance a strand of sleeves.pearls George Roberts, Jr. kept the and an arrangement of magnolias,
of nuptial music. ,' tuliplland greenery.
carried arm bouquets of pale book. Mrs. Gary Gullic and Darlene
In the vestibule of the church wasa magnolias,. tulips and The bride's table was covered)with Hobbs presided at the groom's cake
silk arrangement of white carnations cluster of baby's breath imported lace cloth over floor table which held a single silver i Y
and peach I shasta daisies. On their hair. seed'x skirt and centered with a candlestick with peach taper and an' 'CI
the altar on either side of the large The bride, given in tiered cake topped by peach' arrangement of magnolia, tulips and tA4
cross were brass spiral candelabra her father wore a while flowers and encircled t by Ivy, greenery.A chocolate cake centeredthe
with a silk spray of carnations camelol taffeta with a Queen breath and sugared grapes. table which was decorated with a
larkspur and azaleas in shades or neckline and renaissance either side were silver seminole decoration.Erin .
coral and peach. Brass tree The bodice fell into a with arrangements of and Jennifer Case, nieces of
candelabra were at other points. waistline and was enhanced carnations white tube lilies the bride, handed out rice bags.
Flanking the altar were crystal Venice lace and seed pearls as grapes. There were peach col-' Following a wedding trip to
vases with silk arrangements of the neckline and sleeves. The tapers in silver holders. Silver Daytona Beach the couple are
magnolia, azalea, tulips and skirt and cathedral train held nuts and mints. Cut- residing in Starke.
larkspur in shades of coral and lavishly trimmed with Venice the cake were Mrs. Rod Struth, The bride Is a graduate of Lake City
peach. The pews were marked with The train being accented J.W. Hitch, Mrs. H.II. Adams Community college and is
coral satin bows. crystal pleated ruffle. Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr., Mrs. employed by the Bradford County
Randall Crawford served as best candlelight veil was secured Miller and Mrs. Charles Clerk s Office. The groom is
man. Bob Milner and Tom Gumber Juliet can of Venice lace and employed by Eckerds. I




Items of InterestStarke 4 \\n


New Class StartingFor centered with an arrangement of fall dent, Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber (
Elk Lodge flowers. conducted the business meeting and
Displaced The two tiered birthday cake, reported that the book Jacksonville
Hosts District DinnerThe decorated with shades of pink roses, Ordeal by Fire, written by .RichardA.
Starke Elk ,Lodge hosted a HomemakersFocus was on one end of the table and a Martin and Daniel L. Schafer had
dinner Monday, Oct.7 at its regular on the Future at Santa Fe punch bowl at the other end. Nuts been presented to the Bradford
meeting at the lodge home on North Community College with a new and mints were served on a crystal county library by the W.T.Weeks
Temple Ave. for the seven North displaced homemaker program divided dish.Arrangements. chapter. Mrs. Herbert Thomas
District Lodges composed of. of fresh flowers reported on the Florida Division
class starting Monday, Oct. 28 at the
Tallahassee, Madison?Perry, Live SFCC Gainesville Campus. The were placed throughout the party United Daughters of the Con
Oak, Lake City, Gainesville and class and other program servicesare areas. federacy 90th annual conventionheld
Starke. free of charge, however, pre- Mrs. Barbara Reddish made and in Cocoa Beach Oct. 7-10 which Mr.and Mrs.Doug Johns l>hol hy H.Pl McLendon
Grand Exalted Ruler District registration Is required. Registration cut the birthday cake. Mrs. Michael she attended as a delegate. Mrs.
Deputy Larry Croy of'the will be accepted now through Howard poured the punch.Approximately Weisgerber gave the historical pro-
Gainesville inspected the 50 guests calleddurmg gram on "Women of the Confederacy" -
Lodge Friday, Oct. 25. For more information
using material prescribed PRINTED POSTED SIGNS
lodge books and delivered the call 395-5047. the appointed hour.
message from the Grand Exalted The class is open to homemakers by the U.D.C.. magazine. NO HUNTING SIGNS '
Ruler to the lodge representatives. 35 years of age or older who have Guests present were Mrs. Louise 30 cents each
Baker and Mrs. Linda Sullivan of
Ladies were entertained with lost their jobs as homemakers and W.T.WeeksUDCHas Printed With Your Name
Heights and Mrs. Robert '
and door Keystone MANY GIFTS /. OFF
prizes.
games whose lives have changed due to
Confederacy Ha.! and Mrs. Christine Lawson of 50 copies Minimum
Next visitation for will The Office
Larry Croy either death, divorce, separation, or Shop
be to the Madison Lodge tonight the disability of their spouses. Program Oct. 21 Starke. 110 W. Call St. The Office Shop
( Oct. 17). 110 W Call St.
Thursday, Typically, these homemakers have W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC had a
spent many adult years caring for program on"The Women of the Confederacy Norman Reunion Oct. 27
the family and are now faced with '
at its first fall luncheon-
Lucy White Wins outside the Relatives and friends of the late
finding employment
meeting at the Western Steer
Samuel J. and Emma Carter Norman
Bahama Cruise Trip home and planning a new direction. Restaurant Oct. 21.
on Monday, October
will have a reunion 27
Purpose of the program is to help The luncheon table was covered GOSPEL SING
at the Lake Butler Community
Mrs.Lucy White was the winner of homemakers make the transition
with a lace cloth with a Halloween '
a cruise for two to the Bahamas on from one role to another, to offer Center.
motif carried out. The centerpiece
the Royale.' The cruise being A business meeting will be held at
Star/Ship build their
them support, help con- Oct.
26
o'lantern
was given as a prize by the Bradford fidence and assist them in becoming surrounded was a with jack fall leaves pumpkin, fruits, 12 noon with lunch to follow. Saturday, ;
Center for Health and
Hospital self-supporting. Help with planninga
nuts and witches and ghosts trailingthe
Fitness.All members who Joined the 7:30:
new direction and developing a center of the table. Trick or p.m.Dinner.onthe.Grounds.
center for one year during the monthof course of action are basic parts of treat candies marked the place set-
September were eligible for the the class. tings. BONNIE LANDRY .. 6:30:

grand prize drawing.Mrs. Individual assistance is also Following the luncheon e presi .Bradford Sq.Stylo ft Barber Shop
White was delighted that she available for those unable to attend !_ .
had won the cruise and remarked, the five-week program. There are no at '
"We are leaving as soon as I can get fees for the class or other services
my husband away from work." because the program is funded
through a grant from the State of [ Beauty Souls Outreach MissionFlorida

.Ton\a: \ McCloud Florida Department of Health and 10Sha'7 Shop.
Services. The
Rehabilitation pro-
"....& >Honored 'v Uh Shower ,4'-.. -. A. under'the direction of Dr. Railord RoatT Avenue Hampton

t Ann Bromley, SFCC Director of '.... ... .
Miss Tonja McCloud, brideelectof Women's Programs and Special .. ( Special Zoos featuring r ,
Barry Boswell, :was honored witha Projects.
kitchen shower on Saturday, Oct. I "The
5, hosted by Pamela Boswell. $2000 Perms New Spirit"from
Games were played and prizes Women of St.MarksHas _J

awarded to the winners. Thank Offering Hilliard
Refreshments were served to ap- : 1964-75701
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proximately 20 guests. The honoree Program at MeetingThe Spurgeon Hayes Pastor

received many useful gifts. Women of St. Mark's met in the '

Parish House on Wednesday, Oct. 16 .
Miss Tonja McCloud was honored with Mrs. Flossie Prescott presen- -
with a miscellaneous shower given ting the devotionals and worship
Friday, Oct. 11, at the home of Mrs. program. The bible reading was on"All
commemoratingthe
Johnny Jackson.A Day" GOBLINGOODIES
The church colors are
white linen cloth with geometric martys.
designs covered the table. The white for unity and joy during this

finger-food was served from a large season.
circular crystal dish with a fall arrangement The president, Mrs. Herbert
conducted the business H
in the center. The Thomas
hostess presented the honoree with a meeting and plans were discussedfor
Flea Market sale to be con
memento of the oc a r
set of towels as a
ducted in November for the benefitof
casion. the organ fund. oecota\\ons GALORE!
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Mrs. Ann Rleske presented a pro- .
K.H.Slnglei Club gram on United Thank Offering and

Holding DanceHalloween diocese reported who on the attended delegates the Triennial from our ens Come to Hallmark your Halloween store for fun

NightA presentation recently in California fi ; treats the kids will love!
and also that one of the grants made
newly formed Singles Club in was to St.Mark's, Madison to be us- Catd s
Keystone Heights is having It's first ed for outreach ministry to the in- .
dance on Halloween night, Thurs- mates at Chattahoochee.Mrs. .
day, Oct. 31 from 8 to 11 p.m. at the
Lions Clubhouse in ,Keystone
Heights. Mono Wiggins
Dressy attire or costume; set-ups Celebrates Birthday
provided for adults 30 to 100 years .
old. Weekly dances will be held ,a
every Thursday at the Lions Relatives of Mrs. Mana L.Wiggins
Clubhouse after the Oct. 31 dance. celebrated her 80th birthday at her
'Admission is $3.00 for members or home on W. Madison street on Sun- ::
$5.00 for nonmembers.The day, Oct. 13 from 2:30: to 3:30: p.m.
club is planning cookouts,din- The refreshment table was
ner parties and other socials. For covered with a varigated pink and
further information call 473-2459 white hand-crocheted table cloth
(Dick's TV in K.H. directory). underlaid with a light pink liner and

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Tips To Help Kids Improve in SchoolThe


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members of Alpha Nu take it to the teacher.
Chapter of Mu State, Delta Kappa Encourage ponilbillty Watch for
Gamma, an educational, honorary moments when you can help teach.
professional organization for women Taking your child shopping with you
educators, would like to present a offers many learning experiences.
few suggestions on ways to help your Teach your child to ask questions.
child: do better in school. This is in Paying attention is also an impor- ." ,
conjunction with the celebration of tant key to learning.Your child needto ", '.
American Education Week, Nov. learn to concentrate on what the
1724. teacher is doing instead of those

Start, Right Meet your Child's around him.
teachers) at the beginning of.the M Homework Rul.<.Children need '
year. Go, to the PTO meetings order and routine. Have-a special ;. 1/2 Price
and/or make appointments to time set aside each day for your -
discuss your child with the child to do homework.It .
teachers). Find out what is.being would also be helpful to go over ... '
taught and what U expected. the work with the child so that you : Sale on Gifts ( '
tncovrag Attendance Send your will be aware fo what is being THE /
child to school everyday. How can studied.Remember each child is dif OFFICE :
he/she learn if he/she is not there If ferent. .
a child is'ill, make sure you send a Set a schedule based on the child's SHOP Large Selection of ;.
written excuse and encourage your ability.Be flexible but firm.Study at '
child to do the assignments missed' home, needs your support. But HOW.Coll St. Coffee Mugs 1/2 Price'f
work WIth Then ,Share infor- remember, it's the child's
mation that canhelp the teacher homework, not the parents'. Look at 964-5764
understand your child. II there' is the work,point out mistakes,but expect
something happening at home, such the child to find the answer. '
as illness, divorce, or a new Job in-' The members of Alpha Nu hope \ .
form your child's teacher. that this article has given you some
Children learn best from someone, good suggestions and will help your ..
they .respect, so avoid putting the child.We would like to give special : "": ., ,. #
teacher down in front of the child. If thanks to Melba Johnson for helping .
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you have a problem or criticism with this article. '



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To Southern Distribute Baptists Tamera Danielle Crockr' ., Don't
Jerry and.Frances Crockfell announce Forget
New Testaments the birth of a daughter;

Southern Baptist Churches in Tamera Danielle, born Oct.=19 in
Starke will be working together to Alachua General Hospital.
distribute New Testament Bibles to Maternal grandparents are Mr.
every home in Starke. Thousands of and Mrs.Damon Whitaker; paternal
Bibles have been purchased for this grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.John
Crockrell, all of Starke. Best
major event. :t.the Buy
The Scripture distribution is an ef-
fort to emphasize the importance of Dawnya Kathleen Mosley
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Mosley an-
Bible Study and locate people in the "' :I'i
community who are not members ofa nounce the birth of a daughter, .. ; a
Dawnya Kathleen, born Oct. 14 In !' : : :
local congregation.Other ;: : : !f tr1".o"
:;:.:1 Southern Gainesville. He joins a brother,.Jim- ::......,',..,.. ..:.........
Selina Baptist Churches ."... ......8". ....'.1... .... ,
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Kevin Schrrtz throughout the nation also will be my age Mr: '....'..:... ....:..:..:,.'".\. ;.. .,...,..:.. .. '... T
distributing five million New and Mrs. J.A.grandparents of are Starke. .,::...:::::: :. ..\, ...J.::'":';':' :.. ... In 0 wn
Mattingley L
Selina Cassels Testaments during the week of Oct. \: ,
20-26. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and ). : :'r ;;l :::" : : 1!

Kevin ScheetzTo This coming Sunday and the week Mrs. Charles Mosley of Doctors In- i Ei?' }i\\; ; :t
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Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cassels of Starke.terested Southern in sharing Baptists God's Word are and in- Twin Daughters ...,...: ..i41ii'1:5l'w-:::,:' ( .' .. ,... ....:.. ...:.:......,:.:. ..'.'.1/".'. -
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Starke announce the engagementand meeting the people in our community. Jamika &Jamerica Glover -<' '....yt.\\.J\"j'. '.":.;!::r\'..,....'' '::':';''. ..:.......,.:,.:.:....:..- "".',,:,I"".':.''"'
approaching marriage of their ,'" :;\.i. > r; '''' ,:, ::; ':: :"'
They will greatly appreciate the Mr. and Mrs. James Glover III of .'N.:: ',7t..J.;.'" ,:: ; :: ,"'':': r S bb
daughter Selina ; :; '; : ; : t:'i' : '\;:' ::d'
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dall Scheetz to Kevin Ran chance to get to know vo" Jacksonville announce the birth of "'f; :;:::;:i J;:::! :.:! ;:!:; );;;:'! .,'::::. i. U e I I'aa
Don Scheetz,of son Keystone of Rev.Heights.and Mrs. twin daughters, Jamika Teirra and ; 'i; iij. ;::::i::"t t.: !!Mi1!! =.;:; i"1'o/.f/ :' .. .;;.::: ': ..
The bride-elect is Bayless Jamerica Cierra, born Sept. 27. ;! : ; ;;; : (:'! !. !! :"
attending Santa Highway !
They join sister Tara 13. .
Fe Community College and is Revival Nov.3-8 Maternal grandparents age are Mr. ....;...!".4. '. ,. : .;. '>;,.;:.....;.?.'.;.'i.::.,1.I.,:...".'.:" "" ;:'".:!'.,:;..,,,
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Mr. Scheetz is also San. and Mrs. Robert Austin, Sr., of r.o-; ). :."S/i. :.. 'i"".'_.:'.:::}\;' ....rttl"i: ;: :.. I ..::;.:,:;' to theTelegraph I ICo.
attending will be revival at < or.
There meeting
a Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are h {: ; :i : ;;:. ,
ta Fe Community College and is Church, (: :;} !! 3 4:5: ::l11: ; r t
Bayless Highway Baptist Mr. and Mrs. James Glover, Jr., of .
employed by General Electric. Nov. 3-8, at 7:30: p.m. With Rev. Weirsdale Fla.Candace. '1 l #if? :;: *:; ; i: ;it i >>.j.m

The wedding is planned for Dec. 21 Charles (Chuck) Colbert, former ( f@ M. i% & f f! 1 1 J t
in Heilbronn :
Baptist Church, Starke. pastor, now of Rexna, Ark. as guest Hope Norman 'i.:,; l f! ::: ;.}i\ ,; .,f.J.I f B d d I
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Richard and Marlene Norman an- 1 ra 0 r
speaker.There .
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will be special music each nounce the birth of a daughter. Can- ...:.= ,!..:.... \: : ..... .
Did You Know evening. A nursery will be provided. dace Hope, born Oct. 3 in Alachua ,tf.l!,. !:JJ, ii. ; f.1r: ::; ;Jt: ; .\; l
Everyone is invited to attend. Rev. General Hospital. She joins a sister, (;: i; ;;: {,;t < t.f. -

Bobby Epps pastor. Charity DeAnne, age 2. IiIiWf& %
Rev. and Mrs. Danny Johnson of Maternal grandparents are James
Chattanooga, Tenn. spent last week and Joy Lovett of Starke and Robert
with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Gospel Sing Oct. 26 Gibson of Miami.
Stalnaker before leaving for his new At Pleasant Grove Paternal grandparents are Bobby
assignment at the First Baptist and Alma Norman of Lawtey and
Church in Procterville, Ohio. Pleasant Hope Congregational great grandparents are Elnora
Methodist Church will hold a gospel Privett and Truman and Evelyn One Year in County. *10
Mr. and Mrs. Joey Stalnaker of sing, Saturday, Oct. 26, at 7:30 p.m. Norman all of Lawtey and great, ..
Charleston, S.C. are spending There will be Joyfull Sounds from great grandmothers are Thelma
several weeks with his mother, Mrs. Homerville Ga. and Gospel Expressof Prevatt and Granny Futch of
Elizabeth Stalnaker and will leave Denton, Ga.Everyone Lawtey. Send Subscription to:
Nov. 15 for three years with the is welcome to attend.
Navy in Italy.

Mrs. Mary Lawson of Starke and Hope Baptist Church Tommy PhelpsConducting Nome
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and Bud
Oct. 27 At
Lawson of Live Ock spent Friday to Homecoming Program
Tuesday of last week at MarionN.C.and Madison St.Bap.ChurchTommy
sight seeing in the mountains. Hope Baptist Church, located 8 Address
miles South of Starke on SR100 will Phelps will present pro-
Mr. and Mrs. Oler Crosby and two observe homecoming Sunday, Oct. grams nightly Oct. 28-Nov. 3 at
daughters of Fort Lauderdale were 27.Services Madison Street Baptist Church.
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs will begin with Sunday Eddie Blaloch will be charge of City
George Huggins over the weekend.Mr. school at 10 a.m. Pastor Rev. E.L. gospel music. Zip
Bradley will bring the message dur-

and Mrs. P.D. Loudon of Tampa ing the 11 a.m. worship service. Enclosed is check for $
were visiting Mrs. Margaret Specials in music are planned, Church of God my
along with special awards to be
Jackson and family on Monday after
several weeks vacation in the Smoky given to the member or past Sampson CityHomecoming
member who travels the farthest Oct. 27 And Get
Mountains.Mrs. distance to attend homecoming and two ((2)) Want Ads

to the member who has been a will'
Ha Rain Mrs. Mary Sampson City Church of God
Graham, and Mrs. Jill Powell and member the longest number of have homecoming on Sunday, Oct.
son, Sam of Chiefland were weekend years and the oldest member.A 27, at the church three miles South.
guests of Mrs. J. G. Jackson. basket lunch will be enjoyed on on 301, off on CR227.
the grounds after the morning worship Sunday school is at 10 a.m., andmorning ,. FREE

Mr.. and Mrs. Bert McGee spent service at approximately 1 p.m. ,,.. worship is at 11 a.m. '.M. "" ... __,
. Svlfittay to Tuesday 'of last week h(' 1\- .g06pel sing featuring the Buck .*''1Guest/ speaker will be Alton ..Colem'an ..-; "l- 11, ,1:1o: :"'..,
and the church choir will
the Smoky Mountains.Mr. Family followed by dinner'On tWe\
the activities. The sing will
and Mrs. Jim Womack and complete begin at 2:30: p.m. There will be no grounds.The public. is invited to attend. A 5.50 value for 15 words... Your message will go into

Mr.and Mrs. Morris Williams were night service. Gene Bass, pastor.St. .

celebrate in Columbia Mr., Tenn.Womack's last weekend mother's to with The them church on this invite-special everyone day. to This be 9,400 households in Bradford, Union and Keystone

marks the 109th anniversary of
birthday and a tour of the Smoky year
Mountains.Mr. the founding of Hope Baptist Edwards News with You can't find
Church. Parish Baxaar Heights over 27,000 readership. a

and Mrs. W. S. Haas visited The Annual St. Edward's Parish

Mr. and Mrs.the Mark weekend Trimpey and in Tam- Did You Know........... Bazaar will be held on Friday, Nov. better buy. This offer expires Nov. 15th
pa over brought
1 from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in the
their grandson, David Trimpey Mrs. Gilbert Crosby, Mrs. Flossie parish hall. Coffee and doughnutswill
home with them for a weeks visit.
Prescott and Mrs. Herbert Thomas be served at breakfast time
attended the 95th annual meeting of Baked ham dinners, sandwiches,
Oct 15 Duplicate Bridge Club the Episcopal Church Women of the desserts and beverages will be serv- Please Print my FREE Classified
results were: first Charlie Riddle .
Diocese of Florida in JacksonvilleOct. ed from 11 a.m. until closing. Baked
and Louise Burnette; tied for second will also be available. Arts
17 which was held at St. goods
were Yvonne Reichman and Alene Catherine's Church. and crafts items will be on sale all
Brew and Lucile Green and Mar-

jorie Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Watts had as day.Prizes to be given include $100
their guest Miss LaVerne Mahlochof cash, a custom built doll house, two
the United Methodist
Womens Attending district annual meeting in Sarasota, Thursday to Sunday. On 12 lb. turkeys and a handcrocheteddoll.
Oct. 19, with Tom .
Saturday, along I
Chiefland on Sunday afternoon were
and Mildred Dwyer they all attendedthe RENEW in SessionOn
Mrs.S.G.Denmark Mrs. A.J.Eaves, .
Diocese of Florida picnic at Sunday Oct. 13, the Third
Mrs. T.B.Rahn, Mrs. Rex Anderson,
Camp Weed. Season of RENEW began at St. Ed-
Miss Carolyn Keen and Mrs. ward's Church. During this six week

Patricia McConnell. W.B. Starling was honored with a period the theme, Empowerment by
covered dish supper Saturday evening the Spirit will be emphasized.Small
Robert Green at-
and
Mr. Mrs.
tended the Seafood Festival at Cedar Oct. 12, given by his sister,Joan group meetings will be held in
Richards of Crosby Lake. 65 guests homes of parishioners. These will
Keys over the weekend.Mr. who were all members of his family consist of prayer, Scripture study,
the with him. and sharing sessions.
enjoyed evening
and Mrs. Leroy Jackson spent .
Saturday to Wednesday of last weekin

the Smoky Mountains.Mr. I .. I. Please Print my Second Free Classified.

and Mrs. Glen Morgan toured :. ," 'Jl

the Smoky Mountains last week. :\ ,
:
Nature Boy" .
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Patterson of) Jr ,
Montgomery, Ala. are guests this
week of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mr. i
PhelpsAs
and Mrs. Roy J. Andrews of
Jacksonville joined the family on I
Monday.Mr. I .
AProfessional

and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and \I
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall spent last Wrestler
week in the Smoky Mountains.Mr. .

and Mrs. J, W. Ritch of Starke
and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of
Gainesville spent last week in North
Carolina visiting relatives and sight-
seeing in the mountains. Bring by or mail to: .

Mr. and Mrs: Drew Reddish, Mrs.
Doug Reddish and son, Brett, Mrs. P.O. Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091
Vera Lewis, Mrs. Leona Lewis, Mr.
a'nd Mrs. Charles Agin and Evangelist

daughters and Mrs.Leroy Ennis and .
attended the fourth birthday Bradford
sons
iR
party for Pamela Reddish, daughterof Tommy Phelps "t"e COlllll
Mr., and Mrs. Stan Reddish at
McDonalds In St. Augustine last Fri-


day.Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Langley of
Pelham, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Langley of Keystone Heights I
visited Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Buford on

Sunday., "Hear What Really 'Happened" ctcrapj

, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler and
LII Griffis of Starke and Audrey
Griffis of Keystone Heights have
returned from a visit to their home Madison Street Baptist Church

town, Nashville, Tenn. While there
they toured the Opry star's homes 900 West Madison Street The Sweetest... Strawberries. This Side of Heaven
Twitty City and Music City.U.S.A. "November .' '. .
October 28 through 3 at 7:30
They also visited their sister in Kentucky p.m.
before returning home.



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I 143 oPcJfl! .4I ': :USDA",Commodity Distribution'Dates Set '. I :

I;' ,, ', t L I Persons eligible to receive USDA commodities must meet the following
Dewey and Yvonne Boone of Starke. The first public high school In the .was opened In Boston In ,
B> U"lore"Ieng: Paternal great grandparents are United Slut. 1821. criteria and provide documentation: Current eligibility for Food Stamps -

Phone IfiX-ms; Velma Thomas of Waldo and Andrew (Letter of Decision); or current recipients of AFDC, Medicaid (Medicaid
"' and of r I Card) ; SSI or self-declaration of need based on Income up to 130. of the
Margaret Majyari Notices
Comlolrncr Jacksonville. Legal N Federal Income level Guideline, adjusted for household size (requires

,Sympathy is extended to the family 'I"ltflr" 1 amount of the household income and signature confirming this statement of

1 and friends of James Alexander Charles Prevatt of New York City Stark, Florida 32091 lM. THE CIRCUIT COURT 89"22'50" West 310.00 ).
Williams who died Oct. 15 at his spent the Oct. I S weekend with his ((904)) 964-8050 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. feet to' an Iron pipe; Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. is using the first day of distnibuaplication -

home. mother, Mrs. Clifford Prevatt and Attorney for PersonalRepresentative FLORIDA thence run South tion each month for the physically handicapped, and those over 60 years of
Senior Citizens: family. They celebrated Mrs. 0347'20" East 378.33 feetto age, who meet Guidelines. This day is to help Those who cannot stand for long

Mm. Evelyn Vaughan attended a Prevatt's Oct. 3 birthday as well as BELLE LOVELL CIVIL DIVISION an Iron pipe on the periods of time. II you are not handicapped or over 60 years of age, please
covered dish luncheon on Oct. 15 at Marcelline Campbell's Oct. 4 birth- Personal Representative CASE NO. 832COMMUNITY Northerly right 'of way wait for the regular distribution date. The special distribution for handicapped -

the home of Henry Easterling of 10/172tchg 10/24 STATE line of the Seaboard is at the regular site only,

Starke, A group of Bradford County day.Donna Coast Line Railroad .
Terry of Columbus Ohio, BANK OF STARKE Plain -
Senior Citizens also enjoyed the day spent five days last week with her IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ..tiff ,\ South right-of-way 65002'17"; thence East run', INCOME ELIGIBILITY SCALE ,
there.hospItalized BRADFORD COUNTY FAMILY INCOME
GROSS
GROSS INCOME
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parents, Red and Wilmajean Terry. along said Northerly
flORIDA JUVENILE SIZE
WEEK
They, enjoyed a day at Crescent JOHNNIE THOMPSON Railroad right-of-way PER MONTH O PER
DIVISION
Moore is at I *132
Monty a patient ALMA line 170.66 feet t 569
Beach and sightseeing in the area. CASE NO. BS-90.CJ J. ;THOMPSON to an '
Alachua General Hospital. He is October BirthdaysOct. SEARS ROEBUCK & Iron pipe on the Northerly 2. $ 704 $177
<< DIVISION 2 730
recovering from injuries suffered in I-Polly Woods; Oct. 3-Bessie COMPANY' right of way of 3 $959 $222
a recent auto accident. aforesaid State Road 4 $1.154 $267
HI NEIGHBOR ENTER- No.
Maxwell and Viola Lefebvre; Oct. IN THE INTEREST OF '
Hampton Elementary School PRISES, INC. S-100-A: thence run 5 $1.349 $312
6--Connie Muse; Oct. 7-Becky Infant Male Petrey A
Honor Roll Students d/b/a HI NEIGHBOR South 89'22'SO" East 6 $1,544 $357
Young Oct. 8 Ted Bernard CurtisIII Child
Those listed on the A Honor Roll ; WHOLESALE COMPANY, along the Northerly 7 $1,739 $402
Oct. Patterson Oct.
for the first six weeks grading periodare ; 9-Troy ; NOTICE CAPITAL ASSOCIATES.INC. right-of-way line of sold 8' $1,934 $447
10-Hope Archey and Lone Snow;
: GRADE 1: Hope Archey, Alicia THE STATE OF FLORIDATO State Road 154.56 feet to Each additional member $195 $45
Oct. U-Jason Motes Oct. 12-Colsie
Baker, Edward Baker Jaclyn Rigdon and Robbin Wadsworth; Bar- : Albert Wesley Dement BARNETT BANK OF the Point of Beginningand .Everyone must bring USDA Commodity Card along with Identification to
Crews,Denyse Edwards, }Kristopher JACKSONVILLE N.A. to Close. receive commodities.
rett Oct. 13-Frantz Innocent Oct. '
Hinson, Jason McCullough, Shaun ; Barksdale and Barbara; Residence Unknown STATEWIDE COLLECTION ALSO AND INCLUDINGthe THURSDAY, Oct. 24, RJE Old School Building, 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Muse, Roy Rhoden, Tina Shaver, Davis.l4--Virgie CORPORATION. Easterly 50 feet of FRIDAY, Oct. 25, RJE Old School Bldg., 9 a.m.-:30: p.m.

Angela Strickland and Randee Var- Lake You are hereby EDWARD S. TRUPPMAN that the Southerly of 75 the feet of MONDAY, Oct. 28, Lawtey Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10
Hampton M,D. portion Northwest -
num. GRADE 2: Tori Hersey and notified that a Petition Trustee, a.m.-2:30p.m.
Owens. GRADE 3 Nicki New Granddaughter under oath of and RANDY MILLER. In 1/4 of the TUESDAY Oct.
George : Hall
copy Hampton City 10 am.230: p.m.
Carlton and Rhonda Meng of his Southwest 1/4 of Section
Nutter, which has beendeposited capacity as Executive WEDNESDAY Oct. 30 Brooker
City Hall 10 a.m.-l:30
,
the i 34, Township 6 South. p.m.
Keystone Heights are proud Director of -
the Department
all A's and B's for that with the Clerkof
Receiving WEDNESDAY Oct. 30
22 East Speedville, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10
of Lee. of Defendants. Range lying
parents a baby girl, Brittany this Court for has Revenue -
period were: GRADE 1 : Cae you a.m.-1:30p.m.:
North of
She born Oct. 6 at St. State Road No.,
. Bedwell, Ted Crawford, Louann Vincents was on in Jacksonville been filed In the above S-100-A, described In Cheese and rice will be distributed this month. Please bring a box or bag to
f Hill, Steve Innocent and Lisa Me- Hospital styled Court for the permanent NOTICEOF Warranty Deed recordedIn put your commodities in.
iJ Clellan. GRADE 2 : Charles weighing S Ibs. 15 oz. and measuring commitment to SALE Official Records Book
18 inches. She joins brother Aaron The Children's HomeSocl.ty
Crawford, April Scoggins and 15, -
215 of the
,
page
who is two and her thirteenyearoldsister of Florida for .. .
Charlotte Smith. GRADE 3 : Public Records of Bradford ---- -
Christina Broome, Julie Collins, Angela. subsequent adoption of NOTICE 'is hereby County Florida. day of November, A.D., Charger brush: Exit tray; written defenses, If'any

Wayne Crawford, Tim Crews, Jennifer Paternal grandparents are Paul Infant Male Petrey a given that pursuant to LESS AND EXCEPT those 1985, at the City Commission Original tray; Copying to It, on the plaintiff's attorney
Darley, C.K. Fuqua, Sonya and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. male child, of whom you the Final Judgment certain lands subject of Meeting commencing paper tray; Instruction/ whose name and

Hodges, Tracy McCullough, Kevin Maternal grandfather is A.C. Isleyof are alleged to be the entered In case number Warranty Deeds Recorded at 7:30 p.m., in manual; reference card. address Is DUDLEY P.

Orton, Laurel Sanford, Mark Smith Hilliard. natural father, said child 63-2 in the Circuit Court In Official Records the City Hall. 209 N. The above machine to HARDY, P.A., P. O.

and Ricky Adams. GRADE 4: Kim being born on the 4th for Bradford County, Books 125 and 141, Thompson Street print multi colors w/one Drawer 1030 Starke,
day of September, 1985 Stark, Florida.A cassette Included Any Florida 32091
Visitors Florida I will sell the pages 173 and 401 ,
Wilson. GRADE 6 Hall and
: Joey at Jacksonville Duval of said Ordinance variance in the above and file the original with
Fletcher Mrs. Jewell Young, Mrs. property situated in respectively, of the copy
Rodgers. Margaret Bell and Mrs. Esther Bair County Florida: and you Bradford County. Public Records of Bradford may be Inspected specifications by anyprospective the clerk of the above
Carnival Poster Contest
commandedto
are hereby Florida described by any memberof bidder must styled court on or before
Florida
of Starke drove to North Carolina as: County
Students from all grades par- be and appear before more particularly the public at the Office be elaborated on In the November 22 1985;
ticipated in making advertising last week where they visited the Honorable GEORGEH.
posters of the Clerk in
otherwise
A parcel of land contain. described as: "A PARCELof City a Judgementmay
relatives and friends in bid.The
the Halloween Carnival set for Raleigh, PIERCE, Judge of the ing 9.5 acres, more or land containing One the City Hall, Stark, City of Stark. will be entered agaInstyou
Nov. 2 at the school. First place win- Knightdale and Fayetteville. They Circuit Court at Bradford less, lying In the NE 1/4 Acre, more or less, lyingIn Florida. On the date first trade a Sharp Copier for the relief
ners received fifteen free tickets for enjoyed one week in that area. County Starke, Floridaat of the NE 1/4 of Section the Northeast 1/4 of above-mentioned all interested Model SF820. Said trade- demanded In the complaint -

the carnival, while second place got Mr. and Mrs. William Kellum of 1:30 p.m. on the 20th 34, Township 6 South the Southeast 1/4 of Section parties may appear in may be examined at 01 petition.
ten tickets and third received five. Knightdale, N.C., visited Bill and day of November 1985 Range 22 East Bradford 33. Township 6 and be heard with City Hall. WITNESS my hand ond

Winning first place were: John Jewel Young over the weekend. and to show cause why County Florida. Said South Range 22 East, respect to this proposed The City of Stark. the seal of said Court on

McMillan, Hope Archey, Jennifer Jeffrey Wanner of Orlando spent said Petition should not parcel being more particularly Bradford County, Ordinance.AN reserves the right to accept October 21. 1985.GILBERT .

Searcy, Nicki Nutter Morgan Esty several days with his grandparents, be granted described as Florida; said parcel being ORDINANCE makIng or reject' any or all S. BROWNAs
Linda Mobley, David Feezell and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, and other WITNESS my hand as follows: more particularly It unlawful to refuseto bids. Clerk of sold Court
Cindy Griffis. relatives. They returned to Orlando the Clerk of said Court described as follows: sell or rent a dwellingto The effective date will 10/24 4tchg 11/14

Second place winners were: Clay last weekend and enjoyed visitingand and the Seal thereof this Commence at the NE COMMENCE AT the any person because of be date of acceptance.CITY .

Archey Denyse Edwards, April sightseeing in the area. 10th day of October corner of said NE 1/4 one! Southeast Corner of said race color, sex, OF STARKE,

Scoggins, Cory Wright, Toby Sear- Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng spent 1985.Clerk of run N 8838' W. along the Northeast 1/4 of the religion or national FLORIDABy NOTICE OF ADOPTIONOF
Circuit Court
cy, Danielle Hersey, Joey Hall and five recent days in the Durham, Barbara Northerly boundary Southeast 1/4 and run origin; to discriminatefor Nell Tucker, City RESOLUTION CLOS-
Mary Wood. N.C., area. They were accompaniedby By Starner thereof 798.00 feet North 03"47'20" West such reasons In the Clerk. ING CERTAIN STREETS IN

Third place winners were: Susan their daughter and children, Deputy Clerk Thence S 143' E, 45.55 along the Easterly Boundary terms, conditions, orprlvll.g.s 10/24 2tchg 1031IN SECURITY HOME SITES
11/7 .
10/Il4tchg
of sale PER PLAT THEREOF IN
feet thereof 492.47 feetto or rental
to a concrete monument -
Parmenter, Jason McCullough, Madonna, Karen and Anna Gilbertof
of the to PLAT BOOK 2, AT PAGE
thencerun same
located on the an Iron pipe; ;
George Owens, C.K. Fuqua, Jason Gainesville, who will be soon IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Southerly boundary of North 8922'50" publicly Indicate any THE CIRCUIT COURT. 34. PUBLIC RECORDS OF

Pons, Sandra Aviles, Cecil Woods relocating to the Durham area. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY the ROW of State Road West, 310.00 feet to an preference on account of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. BRADFORD COUNTY,

and T.J. Orton. Hampton Elementary School FLORIDA 230 for POB. From POB iron pipe: thence run race, color religion sex CUlT OF FLORIDA IN FLORIDA
Winning posters are on display at PTA Meeting thus described continueS South 0347'20" East, or national origin; to AND FOR BRADFORD

various business places in the On Tuesday night, Oct. 22 a PTA CIVIL ACTION 143' E., 76500 feet, 123.10 feet to an Iron represent falsely that a COUNTY YOU ARE HEREBY

Hampton and Starke areas. meeting will be held beginning at 7 CASE NO. 85-418 more or less to the Northerly pipe and the Point of dwelling is not availablefor NOTIFIED, that on the

p.m. at the school. Plans will be boundary of the Beginning. From Point of Inspection sale or CIVIL ACTION 21st day of October,

Successful Jamboree finalized for the Halloween Carnival GEORGE G. GARRARD ROW of a graded co'unty Beginning thus described rental for such reasons; CASE NO. 85-441 1985. the Board of County

Jamboree scheduled ?or Nov. 2. Volunteer help Plaintiffvs road commonly knownas continue South to make any discrimination Commissioners for
Proceeds from the Hampton will be needed to make this a suc- Wilson Road. ThenceIn 0347'20" East 255.25 for such reasons In IN RE: The Marriage of Bradford County,

held at the City Park on Oct. 5 cessful event. SUZANNE K. SIMMONS a Northwesterly direction feet to an Iron pipe on the provision of JACKIE RAY HALL, Florida on a Petition filed
netted some $230,! according to PFENNINGER the of services Husband NORMAN J. CONTI
.. -< 'r Poster Contest. ,? along Aforesaid!\ Northerly right brokerage : providing by
Chairman Botobi SheppardrThe :' Judging was completed "Monday MARK A. MOSHER"anef"JUDITH Northe.',' boundary way line of the Seaboard for education and '. 'and and LAURACONTI, his

next Jamboree is scheduledfor on posters made by students adver- S. MOSHER. 670.00 feet, more or Coast line Railroad; contillation with relation' LAVON E. !HALL, wife, adopted ,a resolution t
Sat. night, Nov. 2. tising the Halloween Carnival. Defendants less, to the" Westerly thence run South to compliance and enforcement Wife renouncing and

Halloween Party Set Those 1st 2nd and 3rd boundary of said NE 1/4 650217" East along of this ordinance disclaiming any right of
On Nov. 1 a Halloween Party will winning prizes NOTICEOF of NE 1/4; thence N W said Northerly Railroad ; making exceptions NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY the county and the publicIn
awarded free carnival tickets.
be held at the City Park between were ACTIONTO W. along said Westerly right-of-way line 170.66 under stated conditions ', and unto the following
Prize winners will be announced
5:30 and 6:30 p.m. All are invited to boundary 54064 f.et to feet to an iron pipe on as to religious lands in Bradford County .
come in costumes. next week. Posters are on display at : MARK A. MOSHER the Southerly boundaryof the Northerly right of organizations, associations TO: LAVON E. HALL, Address Florida:
New Arrival various places of business in Hampton and the ROW of State Road way line of State Road and societies; Unknown

Sandra and Andy Thomas of and Starke. JUDITH S. MOSHER 230 aforesaid; thence in No. S-100-A; thence run defining Items used In YOU ARE HEREBY All of Ann Street and

Starke proudly announce the birth of Tickets are on sale at the school Address Unknown a Easterly direction North 0347'20" West, this ordinance and providing NOTIFIED that an action that portion of Ann Court

their Travis James. He arrivedat for the Student Raffle prizes of a along said Southerly 255.25 feet to an Iron penalties for for dissolution of marriage lying directly South of
son, in Gainesville boys and a girls bicycle. Tickets are YOU ARE NOTIFIED boundary and along the pipe: thence run North violations hereof; and to Involving the Lots 5, 6, 7 of Block 4,
Shands Hospital on als-o available for the $100 cash and that an action for arc of a curve concave to 030217" West, 170.66 fix the effective date of following property In SECURITY HOME SITES
Oct. 4, weighing 8 lbs. 13V4 oz. and other prizes to be given away at the declaratory judgment the North and having a feet to the Point of such ordinance.By Bradford County, per plat thereof in Plot
measuring 21 inches. He joins his carnival. regarding the following radius of 11559.2 feet Beginning and to Close." : TERENCE M. BROWN Florida; Book 2, at page 34,

2-year-oldbrotherCharles Wayne. property In Bradford ..91..44 feet as measured At public sole, to the TERENCE M. BROWN, PARCEL: Part of the SE public records of Brad.
Paternal grandparents are Pete County Florida: along a chord having a highest and best bidder P.A. 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section ford County Florida.

Thomas of Hampton and Linda VISIT BONNIE LANDRY. 1966 GMC Truck, I.D. bearing of S 8836'55" E, for cash, at the Bradford 486 N. Temple Avenue 25, TownshIp 7 South This notice Is given
Thomas of Starke. DLAX..Oll F4704P has to the end of said curve. County Courthouse In Starke, Florida Range 21 East Bradford pursuant to Section

Maternal grandparents, are Bradford Sq. Styl.& Barber Shop been filed against you Thence S P5ff' E, along Starke, Florida at 11:00 Itchg 10/24 County, Florida described 336.10, Florida Statutes
and your are required to aid Southerly boundary, o'clock A.M. on the 13th as follows: Commence 1983.
'. serve a copy of your 130.86 feet to the POB. day of November, 1985. at the SW corner PLEASE GOVERN

I Legal Notices written defenses, if any at public sale, to the GILBERT S. BROWN CALL FOR BID of the SE 1/4 of NE 1/4; YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY. -
to It on Richard E. Welty, highest bidder for cash, CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy thence East on South line .

Plaintiffs Attorney, at the front door of the : Beulah Moody Sealed bids will be of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 Itchg 10/24
whose address Is P.O. Deputy Clerk 122.43 feet to the Point
Bradford County Courthouse
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT received by the City
YOU ARE HEREBY The name and address of Box 995 Starke, Florida In' Stork. Fred H. Kent III of Beginning; thence
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Commission of the City
NOTIFIED that the administration the personal represen 32091, on or before Florida between 11:00: P. O. Box 4700Jacksonville Florida continue East on the SE
FLORIDA of Stark., at the
,of the tative's attorney are set November 11. 1985. and a.m. and 2:00 on Fla. 32201 1/4 of NE 1/4 208.72 NOTICE OF
PROBATE DIVISION : p.m. City Hall In Stork,
CASE NO. 85.102-CP estate of EARL L. forth below. file the original with the the 7th day of Attorney for Plaintiff Florida until 7:30 p.m. feet; thence North SHERIFF'SSALE

FILE NO. 13679In GEIGER. deceased. Case All persons having Clerk of this Court either November 1985.GILBERT 10/24 2tchg 10/31 Tuesday, November 5. 208.72 feet, thence West

Number 85-102-CP and claims or demands before service on Plain' S. BROWNAS _._ 1985 at which time and 208.72 feet thence South
Re THE ESTATEOF File Number 13679. Is against the estate are tiff's Attorney or Immediately CLERK OF SAID c. place all bids received 208.72 feet to the Point Notice Is hereby given
: EARL L. pending I In the Circuit required WITHIN THREE thereafter; COURT NOTICE OF PROPOSED will be publicly openedand of Beginning.", Containingone that I, Dolph E. Reddish
GEIGER. Court for Bradford County MONTHS FROM THE otherwise a default will 10/lO4tchglO/31 ENACTMENT OF OR- read aloud the (I) acre, more or as sheriff of Bradford
Deceased. Florida Probate Division DATE OF THE FIRST be entered against you DINANCE BY CITY COMMISSION on less. Also: an easement County, Florida under
the address of PUBLICATION OF THIS for tHe relief demandedin STARKE, following: 15 feet In width for Ingress and by virtue of Writ of

ADMINISTRATIONTO NOTICE OF which is P.O. Box B.Stark. NOTICE to file with the the Complaint. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTIN FLORIDA ONE COPY MACHINE and egress Execution, to wit:

., Florida 32091. clerk of the above court DATED on October 7, AND FOR BRADFORD including an automatic described as: Begin at Execution Issued out
HAVING ,a written statement of 1985. COUNTY FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY document feeder and the NW corner of the of County Court of Brad.
ALL a
PERSONS
CLAIMS The any claim or demand GILBERT BROWN CIVIL ACTION NO. GIVEN that the proposed 20 bin sorter.SPECIFICATIONS. above described tract; ford County, Florida pursuant .
OR personal representative they may have Each Clerk of the Court 83-264-CA Ordinance. whose title thence West 2.18 feet to to a Final Judge
DEMANDS AGAINST THE of the estate is claim must be In writing By: Beulah Moody hereinafter appears, will the Southeasterly line of ment for Daniel I.. Gripp
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL BELLE LOVELL whose address : Type:
and must Indicate the Deputy Clerk FLORIDA BANK AT be considered for final Console.- State Road No. 221, a 66 of Jacksonville, Florida
OTHER PERSONS IN. is Rt. 3. Box 696 basis for the claim the 10/10 4tchg 10/31 Florida bank, enactment on the Sth foot right of way; thence and against David Garrison -
STARKE. a Method Elec-1
TFRKTED IN THE Starke Florida Copying :
ESTATE. 32091. name and address of the ing corporation organized day of November. A.D., trostatlc transfer system South 380"7'30" W along defendant, In the

creditor or his agent or under the laws of the 1985,, at the City Commission (dry type). sold Southeasterly' line amount of $1,814.49
attorney, and the NOTICE State of Florida, meeting commencing copy Slz.r'Max. of State Road No. 221. together with costs of
amount claimed. If the Notice Is hereby given Plaintiff at 7:30: p.m.. In Copying Paper 19.24 feet: thence East collection.
11"x17". MIn.SW'xSVs" .
claim Is contingent or that on Monday October the City Hall. 209 N. 14.23 feet thence North Have seized and haveIn

PUBLIC HEARINGThe unliquidated the natureof 28. 1985 at 10:00: o'clock vsJIMMIE W. CLARK, et al., Thompson Street, ,15 feet to the Point of my possession the
Speed
Copying :
the shall A.M., the undersigned Florida.A following described .
uncertainty Stark., Beginning.
City of Lawtey Florida Is considering applying Defendants. (Cassette feed In normal per.sonol
be stated. If the claim is GATOR FREIGHTWAYS, of said Ordinance to-wit
'to the Florida Department of NOTICE OF SALE copy property :
Community Affairs (COCA) mode)
for a Small Cities Community Development Block .secured the security INC.. will sell at public Notice Is hereby given may be Inspected 50COpiemln.(8Vix11"' PARCEL 2: Part of the SE One ((1)) Panasonic Color

Grant (CDBG) of up to 500000. These funds must be shall be described The auction for cash at 2600 that, pursuant to an by any memberof ( or 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section Video Camera

used for one of the following purposes: claimant shall deliver Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, order or a final judgmentof the public ot the Office smaller) 23, Township 7 South Newvlcon Omnlpro
,I. To benefit low and moderate income sufficient copies of the Florida, one lot of HeadBoard foreclosure entered In of the City Clerk In 34 Range 21 East Bradford Model PK.975 with

,2. To aid In the prevention or elimination persons of slums or claim to the clerk to and Bed Frame the above-captloned action the City Hall, Stark., coples/mln.(8'/4x14"( ) County Florida described Camera Extension
,blight; or or enable the clerk to mail consigned to Mr. Camilla I will sell the pro- Florida. On the date first 30 as follows: Begin at Cable, No. 10H-30AS and

3. To meet other community development needs hav- one copy to each personal Fabrega, Miami, Florida perty situated In Brad above-mentioned, all Interested copies/min.(1lx17"( ) the SW corner of said SE one lens cleaning kit.

ing a particular urgency because existing conditions representatIve to satisfy freight and ford County Florida!! parties may ap- Multicopylng: 1 999 with 1/4 of NE 1/4 as markedby On. (1)) Panasonic

pose a serious and Immediate threat to the health or All persons InterestedIn storage charges, under described as: ,,pear and be heard with automatic countdown a concrete monu- Omnlvlslon VHS Portable
welfare of the community and where other financial the estate to who a .the provision of Section4b respect to this proposed display (repeat, pause, ment; thence E on the Video Cassette
of this Notice of Administration ( of Uniform South line of said SE 1/4 Recorder, Model No.
resources are not available to meet such needs. copy ) StandardBill A PARCEL of land containing Ordinance.! and copied number
The category of activities for which these funds may has been of Lading. 2 acres, more-or- AN ORDINANCE verification functions included of NE 1/4 353.17 feet to PV-8000. Serial No.
be used or. In the areas of housing and neighborhoodand mailed are required GATOR FREIGHTWAYS. less Tying In the Northeast VACATING ,DISCONTI. ) an Iron pipe set at a K4SA27045 with Carrying
commercial revitalization and include such WITHIN THREE MONTHS INC., Carrier 1/4' of the NUING AND Magnification ratio! fence corner; thence Case and Panasonic Programmable -

physical Improvements activities as housing FROM THE DATE OF THE 're. 04.9DM75 *d, SS5 Southeast 1/4 of Section ABOLISHING A PORTIONOF 1:0.64-1:1.41: North 43'3O" W along
rehabilitation, clearance FIRST PUBLICATION OF 'lOll 2tchg 1024NOTICE 6' South FRANCES STREET.By of said fence, 207.03 feet to Tuner/Timer, Model PV-
water and sewer Improvement ::1-3. Township (zoom range 78 stepsIn
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*. street Improvements, drainage and THIS NOTICE to file any' Range 22 East, Bradford : JOHNNY R. HOBBS 0.01 Increments) an iron pipe; thence Serial "No.
K4SA27045.As
neighborhood facilities. : objection they may saId JR. North 39*12'SS" West .
Additional Information County. Florida' Fixed ratios: 1:0.64,
regarding have that the TERENCE M. BROWN.. 173.42 feet to Iron property of the
the of activities that challenge 'more particularly 1:0.77 an
range may be undertaken parcel being : 1.0.93 .1:1.21.: above
will be provided at the Public Hearing. validity of the decedent OF BID described a* P.A. 1129. 1:1.41 'I I pipe on the Southeasterly named defendant
will the qualification of 486 N. Temple Avenue right of. of S.R. and that on Monday the
Th. Bradford .way
For eadto activity that I i. proposed, at least 51% of County follows: Paper Feed: Automatic 18th
'the fund must benefit. low and moderate Income persons the personal representative Board of County Commissioner COMMENd at .the Stark., Florida feeding by triple cassettes Net. 221 as establishedfor day of November
,' or the venue or will open Southeast Comer of said Itchg 10/24 and auxiliary a width of 66 feet; 1985. at two o'clock on

I. In developing on application for submission to DCA. jurisdiction of the court. sealed Bids on the Coun- Northeast 1/4 of the feed tray. paper thence South 384730" of said the day on the premises

',the City of Lawtey, must plan to minimize displacement All CLAIMS. ty Employee Health Insurance Southeast 1/4 and run Platen: Stationary. West on said right of way Bradford County
DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOTICE OF PROPOSED 367.30 feet to Iron Jail I will offer for sale
of persons. a result of planned CDBG oc.tivitl. Plan on Monday. North 80'4720" West, Light Source: Halogen an and
: ... In addition she City of lawtey I Is required to-.. NOT SO FILED October 28. 1985. at 9:30 along the Easterly Boundary ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE lamp pipe on the West line of bidder sell to the highest
'develop a plan to assist, displaced persons. WILL BE FOREVER BAR- a.m. at the Bradford thereof ,...62 feetto BY CITY COMMISSION Power source AC the aforetald Southeast for cash In hand

,TII. Public Hearing to receive citizen view concern RED. County Courthouse the Northerly right-of- STARKE' l2Ov'lO%, 60Hz.., 1/4 of NE 1/4; thence the above described property
ing: he .) Dote of the first Bid specifications Road FLORIDA South along the said of sold defendant
| community's housing and community development may way line of State Power consumption. : '
need will be held at City Hall, lawtey Florida publication of this Noticeof be obtained from the No. SO 00-A and the Mox.Vl.85KW West line of the SE 1/4 of tIt satisfy the aforesaid

November 4. 19B5 at 7.30 p.m. To obtain additional In Admlnstratlon: 17 October Clerks off Ice. The Board Point of ItG.lngJ' NOTICE IS HEREBY Dimensions: 34 -7/l"W) NE 1/4 37.43 feet to'the Execution .'

"formation concerning the.Public Hearing contact City 1985.RICHARD reserve* the right to reject thence contlnu* North, GIVEN that the proposed M 25H" (D) x 42" (H) Point of Beginning. DOLPH SHERIFF E. REDDISH
;.Clerk 7823454. v E. WELTY, any and all bids. 03.47'20" West along Ordinance whose title Standard' accessories: ,
CHARTERED Gilbert Brown said Easterly Boundary hereinafter appear will 'Paper cassettes(11x17"8Vfrx14" ( has been filed against BRADFORD COUNTY.
954 N. Temple Avenue the Iron be considered for' final and are requiredto FLORIDA
Clerk to Board 437.85 feet ,W an 8V4xll"R); you you
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you think will win or "tie" if you think the game will end in a tie.The
person who picks the most games right will win the top prize.
a % Last Week's Winner 3) In case of ties we will use the total points scored in the Bradford
h Larry Brown High School game each week (except the Tornadoes open week) as a
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contost blank last w..k for the Bradford CountyTelegraph' if the score in the Tornadoe! game was Tornadoes 19, Opponents
*football conleit.H.missed only five 7, the correct score was 26 points.
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BHS Whips Marion 37-10

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Tornado gridders are 6-0 after a wideout Jones for the TD. Seconds third period. Runningback Clinton

:37-10 whipping of North Marion Highin later safety Cory Strong intercepteda Jenkins ran right end for the score,. :. 1 ,i + qri Sri ',1 o's
a hard-hitting roughandtumblecontest Colt pass at the NM 38. QB Long running through a tackle by Colt Ma-
on the Colts home field near completed passes of 12 yards to jor Norman on the way. BHS then
the town of Sparr last Friday night, Jones, 31 yards to wideout Todd led 30-10 with 6:13 remaining in the
Oct.. 18. McLeod, and of 7, then 12 to Jones third period.
It wasn't an easy contest but the for the second Tornado TD, which The final BHS score came with
skilled ,Tornado eleven had little put BHS up 14-3 with 9:53 remaining 4:32: left in the fourth period with
trouble holding off the Colt rush and in the second period. many substitutes on the field. Inside
throwing passes over the rush to' Only seconds later, Tornado linebacker Gary Wise intercepted a
open receivers. The statistics don't defensive tackle Greg Jackson fourth Colt pass to put BHS in
show it but the Big Red eleven, third recovered a fumble on the Colt 22 business again, at the NM 31. Andy
ranked in state 3A football, of Coach yard line. The Colts halted that driveat Jones, at running back, went up the
David Hurse dominated..the game. their 16 yard line but David middle, found the linebackers

BHS scored on of 16 and 12 Hamilton booted a 32 yard field goalto cleared out for pass, cut to his right
passes put BHS up 17-3 with 7:27: remain- and simply outran the Colt
yards to wideout Andy Jones, a
in the defenders into the of the
ing secondjxsrUxL! corner end- 4 '
quarterback sneak by QB Frank zone. .-' h.. t ta
Long, runs of 10 and 31 yards by Clin- Down 17-3, NM put together an 80 It was and tumble hard-
a rough 6t
ton Jenkins and a 32 yard field goal alive by "
yard scoring drive, kept hitting The NM athletes had .Ii
and four extra point kicks by David pass completions of 10, 23, and 35 size and game.speed. But the Coltscouldn't D14't' *fi'.I
HamHton. yards, whicl. took up most of the ,
do much in the face of the
North Marion had two long drives scond period and BHS led 17-10 at the BHS defense. Many time Colt pass Yt
which took up most of the first and receivers were covered and there :
second quarters, but BUS was up half.QB Frank Long returned NM's second was nobody to throw to. Lonnie
17-10 at the half. half kickoff 73 yards to the Colt Hamilton, Billy Harrell, Chris
Going up 3-0 with a field on the 17 yard line. Long took the ball justin Dougherty Chris Cribbs, Ron
Tornadoes, North Marion moved the front of the goal, slanted to his Brown, Gary Wise, and Billy ,t &9
football 63 yards on its first posses- r
right where Tornado blockers held Jackson simply made life miserable
sion with a combination of runningand of the Colts, dashed up the right for Colt quarterback Chuck Wabberson. -
passing. sideline, then cut back across the Defensive end Billy Jackson set
Stung,'the Tornadoes struck back field to avoid NM defenders who the pace when on the first NM offen- r
like lightning with a five-play finally overtook him at their 17 yard sive down, the slammed into QB '
66-yard drive and a 16-yard line. After a five-yard penalty, QB Wabberson and sent the football fly- ,' -
touchdown pass to wideout Andy Long passed 22 yards to wideout ing through the air. Occassionalpass y
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Jones to go up 7-3 with 11 seconds re- Todd McLeod to the NM six-inch completions and one long run c
maining In the first period. Running line, then sneaked over for the gave the Colts some statistics. In the
back Clinton Jenkins started openedthe touchdown for a 23-10 BHS advan- second half the Tornadoes held NM Gainer.- ..
drive with a 20-yard scamper tage early in the third period. to minus yardage except for passesof Long Long later scored from about a foot out to put BHS
around right end and QB Frank Inside linebacker Ron Brown In- 20 and 36 yards and 32 yards of BIIS quarterback Frank Long gets plenty of en- ahead 23-10.
Long completed passes to tight end tercepted a Colt pass and returned it rushing, that with subs in the game couragement from his team on the sidelines as he The Tornadoes are third-ranked In the state In 3A
Mike Chappoll for 34 ;yards nnri 'o 15 yards to the! NM 10 midway the most of the fourth period. breaks away for a 78-yard kickoff return against North football, the hightest ranking in many years for Coach
Marion last Friday night. Hurse's squad.



"Dangerous" Bishop Kenny Has Potential To Upset Tornadoes"Underrated


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dangerous... Kenny uses a 5-3 defense with 11, 5-10,158,11, has good speed. for the final three games of the 1985 3 Hurt... Dougherty's place, says Coach Sex-
Bishop Kenny may have won only listed weights of the five down Running back Joe Citrano, no. 30, season.
one game but the Crusaders have linemen readying 170, 240, 210, 5-11, 170, 12, has excellent speed, is Defensive tackle Chris Dougherty ton.The remaining Tornadoes all
potential", says. Tornado Coach 240,190, and the inside linebackers good on sweeps, and can cut quickly. With the big boys on the Crusader probably will not play this week due healthy, Coach Hurse are
David Hurse. weigh 210 and 200. Fullback Sean Lavelle, no. 44, 5-10, defense, the Tornadoes plan to throw to a hyper-extended neck received in says.
BK quarterback Dennis Riggs, no. 180, 12, is a hard hitter and may be the football, says Coach Hurse. QB the rough and tumble North Marion BK is the final road game of the
. Kenny edged 15-14 past Santa t'e; 1, 5-7,150,12, is a good team leader the best athlete on the BK squad. Frank Long is an excellent passer game. Dougherty's neck is awfully 1985 season for BHS. Jacksonville
High last Friday night for its first and the best passer the Tornadoeswill Several Crusaders go both ways. who can really put some zip on the stiff, and it will take several weeks Paxon comes to town for homecoming -
win of the season. BK lost 35-21 to face this season, says the Tor- Lavelle is the monster man on football. And, BHS has a fine stableof for him to get back in action, the Nov. 1. A welcome open date ar-
North Marion, was beaten 27-21 by nado scouting report, QB Riggs is a defense. Mendenhall is the safety, pass receivers any of whom can coaches say. rives Nov. 8 and the Tornadoes will
Baker High, and had Class 4A Mid- catch the footballtight end Mike have a chance to heal Tavares
smooth operator, a 5-step drop-back and Williams a defensive corner- David Hamilton, a standout in the up.
dleburg tied 6-6 until Middleburgthrew passer. Coach Mike Sexton says the back."We're. Chappell, fullback Aaron Matthews, defensive backfield and the team comes to town Nov. 15 and Santa Fe
a Hail Mary bomb in the final running back Clinton Jenkins, and is due Nov. 22.
left-handed Riggs is a good looking for a good punter, took a blow on the head and
minutes to take win.
13-6
a scrambler, and throws the football ballgame," says defensive coordinator wideouts Andy Jones, Todd McLeod, was held out of practice Monday.
Bishop Kenny has improved, really well. Mike Sexton Pat Diggs, David Hamilton, Cory Linebacker Lonnie Hamilton has a How to Get There...
points out Coach Hurse, with the The key receiver is split end Mike Strong, Jeffery McClellan, Mike bruised thigh and also was held out
Wendell Shanks. Bishop Kenny is in southside
Middleburg and Santa Fe games being Mendenhall, no. 15, 6-0, 155, 11, who The Tornadoes... Gray, of Monday' drills. Jacksonville. Take MO over the
the most recent. runs good patterns. Tight end Oscar Third ranked in the state in Class "Any receiver we have I have the The two Hamiltons are expected to Fuller Warren Bridge and onto
'They don't look too bad.. We've Vega, no. 88,6-0,195,12, is a strong, 3A football, the 6-0 Tornadoes are utmost confidence that they will play against Bishop Kenny. Beach Blvd. Stay on Beach Blvd. for
got to take them seriously" says hard runner after he catches the favored to win the contest, their final catch the football," says Coach Chris Cribbs and Greg Jackson about a mile until Bishop Kenny is
Coach Hurse.Cornerback. football. Set back Mike Williams, no. road game before returning horn Hurse. will take on two-way duty in seen on the left.ThirdRanked .




Tornadoes, Relied On Toueh: Defensive Effort For Sixth Win

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Aaron Matthews with played his position well, containing Coach David Hurse points to the Tornado carries, a 7.4 yard average. Andy average. BHS rushed 25 times for week were Aaron Matthews, Greg
10 individual tackles and 3 assists the NM sweep and turning the play experience."We Jones ran five times for 32 yards, 121 yards. Wiggins, Frank Long, and Clinton
led the Tornado defense in Bradford inside for somebody else to make the have experience," notes most of it on the TD run. a 7.4 yard Specialty team members of the Jenkins.
High's 37-10 win over North Marion tackle, notes Sexton. Defensive end Coach Hurse. The senior offensiveline
High. Greg Jackson, who also plays offen- is experienced, the backs are experience -
The win puts BUS at &-0 and still sive tackle, continues to go both and the defense is playing
ranked third in the state in Class 3A ways, and has the endurance and like it is experienced, points out the
football.It strength to do the job. Head Tornado. Buy tires the with
was a hard-hitting game, says Having trouble running the foot- "Plus, our attitude has been easy way..
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton ball the Colts passed 23 times and super," says Coach Hurse.
and again the Tornadoes got an ex- completed 12 passes while four were Best offensive linemenoftheweek -
cellent team effort. North Marion intercepted by the Tornadoes. Get- are tight end Mike Chappell, The Performance CardMBFGoodrich :
was a strong, physical football and ting the Interceptions. Most of the center Danny Manning, and guard
had two good drives on the Tor- passes were short but enough to Keith Gillingham. Manning has the
nadoes during the first half. keep their two drives alive. NM got a honor for the second time, and Gill-
"We made some mistakes to help field goal out of the first drive and ingham for the third time this
keep their drives going" notes briefly led 3-0, and scored pn the se- season.
Coach Sexton. Tornado defenderswere cond drive to come within 17-10 of Wideout-running back Andy Jones '
stunting too much, and the Colt BHS. played a fine football ballgame, cat- -7
runners were getting through the Billy Harrell and Lonnie Hamilton ching two touchdown passes and using e
seams left by the stunting defenders.In were named defensive linemen of his speed to run 30 yards for a
the second half Coach Sexton the week by the coaches. third TD.
went to a regular 4-4 stay-at-home The entire defensive backfield of "We had only one breakdown in
defense and held NM to 32 yard 'safties Cory Strong and Frank, and defense in pass defense, but the w
rushing.' Even in the first half the cornerbacks Wendall Shanks, and North Marion boy dropped the foot- Steel Belted Radial
Colts had only 45 yards rushing. David Hamilton, and monster Aaron ball," points out Coach Hurse. I
Short passes caught in front of CB Matthews were named defensive QB Frank Long, named the offensive :r Lifesaver XLM
Matthews led to a good many of Mat backs of the week. They played their back-of-the-week1 passed for 164
thews' tackles, noted Coach Sexton positions well, kept pass receivers yards and two touchdowns, and ran f.
after watching films of the game. covered so that many times the Colt for another. Long completed 9 of 20 AS LOW AS
Linebacker Lonnie Hamilton quarterback could not throw when passes, a 45 percent completion rate.
displayed his physical prowess for he should have and the delays caus- Senior wideout Todd McLeod
the first time this year and played ed him to be sacked no less than a caught three of six passes thrown to % PER MONTH
his best game of the season againstthe dozen times, or his hurried passes him for 71 yards, but dropped to FOR A SET
NM Colts, says Coach Sexton. LB were off target. passes in the Colt endzone in the $
Hamilton had 7 individual tackles BUS has 11 pass interceptions on clear. It seems like McLeod has to OF 4 TIRES
and 3 assists, and had four sacks of the year, each by a different player, have a crowd around him to catch
the Colt quarterback.Defensive 'which is a good indication of the typeof the football, chuckled Coach Hurse. MONTHLY PISS/80H13 I
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Wideout Andy Jones caught 5 of 11 PRICE PAYMENT
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Brown, 4-1, continue to improve All the backs are healty after the nadoes went to air and had two TD's
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a broken foot. nadoes Tuesday, Oct. 22, in a three was a sweep by Lady Tornadoes W.honor Th.Performance with th.Performance Card a
Winner in the girl's 3A race was way home meet with Baker and Kelley Jackson, Lisa Tierney, Robin Card.U.. It for any revolving loan account from
senior Grace LaBelle from Pope Jacksonville' Lee High School with Manning and Chrissy Anders. automotive need here and at BancOhio National Bank.Amount
John Paul high school who finishedthe BUS coming out on Individual Place 1L.rsapp/ 11-44 other participating BFG may'be greater' due to..1..l Ia.endanyextating
effort .*.'" Mlcliaam 11j41, t-Keliey Jackson "
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from Jacksonville Bishop Kenny Saturday" said a pleased Coach ..ChII.y AM Mill. Card account.
was third In 12:05.3 and Palatka's Loper.
Rachel Hopkins was fourth in BHS finished first with 20 points Next Meet...
12:10.4. Top finisher for BUS was with Baker coming in second with The Lady Tornadoes travel to Marion Tire & Battery Co. Inc.
Lori Sapp.who took a disappointing 47. Lee had only two girls runningand Gainesville this Saturday, Oct. 26, ,
24th out of A field of 131 finishers.. did not have the required five for the University of Florida Cross ,,'. .
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day was Christie Harrell on crutches In an hard fought race, Tornado to be run on the UF golf course. The : '
with an injured foot and unable< Lori Sapp hung with Lee's Beth high school girls race starts at 10
to run. Loper said he hoped to have Michael, with them running a.m. and the boys run at 10:30:



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By Linda Wharton, I.RM Editor was a high-tech system for navigation member's place, the Pullens purchased f j' \ ", .,
You don't have to get out the old called a Satnan. "This is a sim- an automatic pilot, which ..'
rocking chairs when you retire and ple computer that homes in on a they refer to fondly as "Otto." "Thiswas : ',";' : "I ,
hit the 60's, says Charles and Evelyn Russian satellite and will tell you ex- a big boon to our trip a great ; i : .:,
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Pullen who are putting excitementand actly where you are," Pullen ex- help," Pullen said. 1'f ,
adventure into their Autumn plained. "But you must have the cor- In Gibralter, the Pullens missed I 0 \ ,I \ ql'
years.And. rect time, right down to the second." .disaster by a day. It was in this har- i, 4 S
how are they doing this? By That's why the Pullens carried bor that a tanker blew up and some \ ': ,

sailing some 6,000 miles from three watches, or chronographs as 30 people were killed. I .. '. ,
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France to Green Cove Springs on a they are called, on their voyage. One After passing through the Strait of ,.. .: h..t, I>1 .'. .to.. .'\' .
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36 ft. English built boat. to back up the other. Gibralter, the Pullens sailed for t.
Why Green Cove Springs? So they Before setting out from Nice, Madiera, Portugal where they spent
would be near their Keystone which is near the French Riviera, several days admiring the beauty of '

Heights relativeSb Charles' father, the Andromeda had to be "provi- this volcanic island in the city of :"..,' IIJ ., .
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both of Deer Springs. The galley was Evelyn's respon "The people here were like thoseof ; 1 ; 1 'I' ," I
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"1 think the most significant thing sibility. And this turned into a rather the old school- extra polite and y ar //1 .
about our trip, is my wife," said frustrating chore since she had to do gracious," said Pullen.It .
Charles. "She gave up her 10 room her grocery shopping in France and was here the Pullens' passportswere ,
house for this. She doesn't swim, is didn t speak any French. stamped "in" and "out" of the '.
afraid of the water and this is her "Do you know how baking powder country at the same time by a very .
first time to sail. She had enough comes?? Evelyn asked. "It comes in friendly public official. No big for- "
courage and faith in me to get her little packets like bicarbonate of malities were necessary just your
home safely." soda." word. '
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Charles and Evelyn left their One thing the Pullens found Their next stop was Antiquatheir I .
home in Michigan in early April and though, was that the French truly last stop before setting out across .I I j rti lii\\ Fey. y', '

flew to London. They stayed in Lon- live up to their reputation as good the Atlantic to their next portofcallsome ,
don almost a month sight-seeing and cooks. Even in the can. 2,500 miles away.
researching boats. Then they took They found the French canned This leg of the trip took them 23
the train to Antibes, France where goods delicious. A real treat for the days. "For two weeks we saw no
they purchased the craft they would palate. Also the wine superb and in- sign of life. No airplanes, no boats.
call home for the next several mon- expensive. A six pack for only $3, We did see a big whale," Pullen
Pullen pointed out. recalled.
ths.The 36 ft. Moody sailboat, built by The Pullens relied on the good can- Following the tradewinds, the
one of the better boat builders in

Eland, is named after the Greek
Andromeda. It is 12ft.4in.
wide and has a draft of 5'2 feet. The
Andromeda is advertised to sleep
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okay for a weekend trip, but not -
for a long sea voyage. ,-v*., '. : } >v > ,% t
"It was confortable with three of \k ( 1 I
us," said the Pullens who started out
with two other crew members
besides themselves but lost one ear-
ly in the trip due to sea sickness.It .
has two baths,' or "heads" as is
the correct seaman's terminology, a
double.becUn.1he.bow of the boat, acabingalle
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combination and more-
sleeping quarters in the stern.
here are two ways to look at a
boat," said Pullen. "Safety and ac '.
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the heavy specifications of the rN1 .a., .,. ... ...-. .', 'w.'J '"
Lloyd's of London, but is not built for "" ;"" '"
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"For instance, our double bed lies ned goods for their meals as they used Pullens made their way across the n ''k.. ...'..1.,1....;'!SI'. f.,. .
cross-wise. We did a lot of rolling no refrigeration on the long trip. waters to St. Thomas. '
and that meant your feet were in the The boat is equipped with a "With a sailboat, that's the way
air one minute and your head the refrigerator but they wanted to con- you want to go," said Pullen. "If not
next." serve their batteries for more im- for the tradewinds, Columbus pro-
The boat was well equipped for portant things such as pumps or to bably never would have found Pullen said, but they did have bad $79 during the trip. really gets cold out there in the
safety. Equipment included an run their motor if the need should anything. I think his trip was more weather the whole trip. "It's big enterprise among the Mediterranean."
eight-man life raft, an inflatable arise. significant than the trip to the The Andromeda pulled into natives," said Pullen. "It cost us $23 So while other senior citizens are
dingy and an emergency position Before leaving France they stocked moon," Pullen said of Columbus' Mayport on July 24 and made its for two loads just washing, hangingout pulling up their rocking chairs and
radio beacon in addition to the up on water, carried about 65 discovery. way up the St. Johns River to the to dry and folding. No ironing." the Pullens' seven children are
regular Coast Guard required safety gallons. They also carried extra When the Pullens arrived in St. Green Cove Springs Marina where it This voyage gave the Pullens a dif- wondering why. their parents can't
equipment.In diesel fuel for their auxiliary motor. Thomas, it was packed as usual, is docked today. ferent outlook regarding necessities."We grow old gracefully like most other
preparation for the voyage, .Their first port-of-call on the with people and tourists. He said it Evelyn looks no worse from her are still packing things up and senior citizens, Charles and Evelynare
there were several rather large In-. to Florida was a Spanish Island off was the worst of all their stops. first voyage and can boast she was taking them over to my fathers," planning their next voyage.:
vestments to be made besides the In- the coast of Spain called Mallorja. Besides being too commercial, the only one of the Andromeda crew said Pullen."I .
itial purchase of the boat. These hv They stayed here in the city of i Pullen said the facilities there are that didn't get sea sick the whole found I had duplicity in my "I'm trying to talk Evelyn into
eluded charts. "You have to have Palma a few days then sailed for poor for private boats. trip. Even Charles, a seasoned tools. We found we had too many sailing around the world," Charles
charts of every area," said Pullen. Gibralter. Another stop they made in the sailor, had his share of sickness on clothes, like dress shoes," Pullen said, but Evelyn sat quietly by and
"They range from $6-$8 and we've It was here they had to send one Bahamas was at the Great Stirrup the voyage.Of said. wouldn't commit herself. >"I keep
got about $150 tied up in charts crew member back home. Island. Then they started for their expenses on the trip, laun- "We did find out we needed warm telling her we've already gone 6,000of
alone." "Then it was just two old cogers Jacksonville, the last leg of the trip. dry was probably the most clothes though," Evelyn said. "I'm the 27,000 miles around the the
Another thing Pullen invested in and a kid," Pullen said. In the crew "We just missed hurricane Bob," unreasonable. They spent a total of glad_we._took our long underwear. It world."


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Death of Lake Ocklawaha tied to man's interference with natureBy



caused the oxygen to be depleted lands into the lake, the waters
Anne H.SponholU They built several recreationalareas ;';dmrt Oom c .. from the water. The arguments for became nutrient-rich, oxygen-poor.
around the lake including Rod- and against specific reasons will Once again man has, in one way or
It was mid-Jul Summer time man Recreation Area and Oklawaha 11- \ S-aa H..d continue to surface. another, interferred with nature and
pleasures were still the predominate Recreation Area. failed tragically.We .
in everyone's'mind. We These recreational areas were word WllkA
thought
Those birds and animals that
boat and geared to accommodate iishermen .*tra nt
small fishing
hooked up our Iflformotlan depended the fish for survival didn't catch "the big bass"
upon
by providing into ofFlorida's
access
headed south in search of "the big some
must go elsewhere or perish. when we visited Rodman Dam in
finest fishing waters. T.eI.es a a ,ntry good"
bass". e.,, ri..int Fishermen must search out other mid July. But we weren't really
disappointed. It was lun just to be
fishing grounds.One
We were bound to find the bass Docks were built, boat ramps Rookie. there, a part of all the excitement.And .
hiding in the marsh areas around were created, picnic tables and M..die0.Ps.ra Wood.dP1.kl point remains undisputed.Man after all, we knew there wouldbe
Lake Ocklawaha or beyond Rodman grills were put in and most recently Perking I" AriaW has once again interferred with another day another visit to Rod-
Dam. After all, the literature you large, beautifully wooded camp sites Per ln are handed when you arrive at these were added. But with all these -- ( hyacinths, hydrilla prospered from "the big bass". Next time the bass i<
recreational areas shows the ten amenities, it. was the terrific fishing Ta OR/.r.dj Reel R.n.rAi..r the rotting decay. Cloudy days caused would be just a little bigger I put up a'
popular game fish of Lake from these-waters that drew the the hydrilla to seek its oxygen little better fight. We could wait...
Ocklawaha. The largemouth bass is crowd. supply from the water. but what we didn't realize was that
billed at an average weight of four to By pumping water from the farm "the big bass" couldn't.GAINESVILLE .
eight pounds and going up to 18 to 2p 'We drove down the road toward

per!ds. Oklawaha Recreation Area where OKLAWAHA RECREATION AREA
Rodman Dam is located. The fishing
"When we arrived, Rodman pier below the dam was crowded
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Recreation Area was bustling with with anxious fishermen. The rocky ALATK
activity. Campers filled the newly banks around the dam were crowdedtoo 'that the taking of fish from that im- .their annual herbicidal l spraying Laks oOck7owoho
rennovated campgrounds. The park- and the parking lot there was mediate area was prohibited. The campaign to alleviate water lettuce. 1. Royb
ing lot was filled with boat trailers. also filled with boat trailers. clouds in the sky were a familiar >r
Because of all these factors, or
Eager fishermen were walking sight as the 'summer rains had r
through the area, fishing poles in one But something was wrong. Even become a daily occurrence. waters perhaps which just some had propogated of them, life the 7
hand and bait buckets in the other., then. Had we been astute observers, '
of the
But what we didn't know was that would be depleted oxygen OCALA ;
had been tuned into
we completely for the existence of life. A c..... 1. rtvII
In the late 19608 the dream of the what had been happening to Lake to avoid flooding, the muck farmers lake necessary with fish would
Cross Florida Barge Canal seemed Ocklawaha, we might have realized upstream' from the dam had been become once the teeming graveyard for'over 8 7g 3''
bright. To begin that project the what was wrong, what was about to pumping water filled with rich million fish. Within a' matter of
Oklawaha River was diverted Lake happen. Instead, we only sensed, fora nutrients, fertilizer and possibly weeks these recreational areas
Ocklawaha in essence became the brief moment,that something was pesticides into the Oklawaha River, which,drew and fishermen itaT
that the rain waters washing campers soNATIONAL
reservoir for the newly constructed wrong. or were would
from all the country
Rodman Dam and the Henry H. organic substances into the lake. across the worse fish
experience
Buckman Lock was built where the The warning signs were there. We kill perhaps OCALA 40FOREST
canal flows into the St. Johns River. had never seen Lake Ocklawaha so What we'didn't know was that the In memory. TO
low. Tree stumps broke the water'ssurface waters were also filled with an over y
abundance of hydrilla. What we' Today the Rodman and Oklawaha
all around the lake. The
the was halted and
By 1971 project
didn't know was that the US Army Recreation Areas are no longer
with'
water below the dam was thick
a bill Is now before Congress to of bustling with A few curious I VICINITY MAP.
the Cross Florida Barge foam from the rushing dam. There Corps Engineers, which oversees activity. .
,scrap Canal. was a slight odor in the air. The signat these recreational areas, had slightly visitors stop by to reminisce about Seal On n,<,n eut/r ,"mrlnlr, 1? i only.
lowered the water level of the what once was and perhaps what ", .. to 30 ". ,.... .
Oklawaha 10
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The U.S. Army Corps: of Engineers fishermen Recreation that Area the gave water warnings had recent to lake.What we (didn't know was that the There is no conclusive scientific '''Ln.,_ 'f' ; ', ,.
was given charge over the 9,600 acre had launched evidence' as to what specifically
of Engineers
Corps
reservoir and adjacent projects. ly been sprayed for weed control and ,,' .
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Since t;
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Dies From Snake BIteWilferd this summer, the Department of Center will be held on the 4th Friday of each e. /W
W. Jordan 65, died in Business Regulation has set as Its month from 9:00a.m. 12:00 "
Shands Hospital in Gainesville Tues number one priority stopping the to atKOCH'S 2nd ANNIVERSARY SALE
day after being bitten Oct. 19 by a sale of alcohol to persons born after DRUG STORE, 166 W. Call Street.
rattlesnake at his home. June 30. 1966.
Jordan had caught two rattlers, In early September the Division of Anyone who has trouble understanding or through November 1
skinned one of them and was bitten Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco has Nerve deafness
should
when he attempted to catch the se- established a toll free number, mark this date on Perms
cond snake, according to local lSOO( )AGE.IS21, for citizens to their calendar and plan to attend. If married . . to to to. 25.00
authorities. report the illegal sale of alcoholic ,

Meanwhile a Middleburg man, beverages to underaged persons. both husband and wife should be present if Frosting to to 15.00
Freeman Hoover, was bitten by a The number is easy to possible. Call the to to
rattlesnake and is in Humana remenber..l(800)AGE-IS21.( ) If people Pharmacy to set up an ap- Magigloss >
Hospital in Orange Park in critical witness or suspect the sale of pointment to avoid waiting. . . to to. 5.00
condition. Hoover apparently alcoholic beverages to underage "We Like to
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Rumors of people being snake bit- 351 I _... r. _
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at time. "They are out, !!!!- 39C 28C
said Lt. John Dempsey, "I averaged I ... J ." "-, ." I I I I : $138 II'
killing one a day last week, either ./'\./\.A-A.A-. I II GAL I It II 24 fl I I
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River Annex has hO Ml of till- cxqUl.llc
been apprehended.
STONEWARE I'kSAUCEPAN ; ,
Michael R. Evans was returned to "
custody after he was found at his WINN I DIXIE, 2'/4 qt.Covered.
home in Brevard County, according
to Superintendent W. L. Durbin.
Evans, 28, and John A. Keller 23 _
left the prison work release area i sate I I
October 15. Keller is a white male, .Stainless/ Steel Flame Guards

around Evans six was feet serving tall with a brown five years hair. America's I Supermarket' ; $ 199 Easy Clean Interiors

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they alledgely threw something at .r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r a
two cars on SR-100 approximately 7
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The three were charged with two 0
counts each of- throwing deadly
missies at a private car or other OOWMNMMtOMMB
vehicle and two counts each of i
U. S. CHOICE +
criminal mischief. ** ,.
The three were turned over to ,' '
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cannot be released since they are OcCF 0 0 r r ./l :
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killed'whenthey
were struck by a northbound : 1 ./
semi-tractor-trailer truck on US-301
south of Starke late Tuesday night. .
The horses belonging to James C. I -
Gladwell were valued at approx- w.Pwij
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Trooper W. D. Langston.The w
driver of the semi,a Jackson- D -
NW I
ville man. was taken to Bradford !
Hospital by Rescue 60,where he was t d'I
treated and released, according to '
Supervisor of Emergency Services S 1, .
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accidents on CR-225 were : S
reported. One in Lawtey Tuesday
afternoon at US-301. A 19-year-old
Trenton man was treated and
released from Bradford Hospital.He 0
was one of the driver's in the acci- .
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SR-16 and CR-225 had no injuries.

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1/2 GREAT SAVINGS inventory must go.
56X28 was$25,900 now$23.900
48X26 was$23,900 now$21,900
Liz SALE 64X14 44X26 was was$20,430$17,995 now now$19,000$15,995 Back Yesteryears' Style & Comfortin

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of ThanksThe ficiating. Burial followed at Mt.Zion Ila E. Mikell Helseth of Lawtey;two daughter of the late Charles and
.Cemetery in Lake Butler. sisters, Miss Marie Louise Helseth Jane Morris Glover,former pioneer
family of Roland H. Williams and Alfreda Hendrickson. residents there. She was a memberof
sincerely thank the many friends Mrs. Edna Stone Funeral services were conducted Union Grove Methodist Church of
and loved ones for the many acts of Mrs. Edna Alvarez Stone, 73, of Wednesday at the Chapel of Cox. Midville, Ga.Survivors .
love shown during the loss of our Starke, died Monday, Oct. 21 at the Gifford Funeral Home in Vero include one son, John
beloved daddy and brother. Whispering Pine Care Center In Beach with Rev. James McCall of Henry Spence of Emmaline, Ga.;
Special thanks for the food, Starke following an extended illness. ficiating. Burial followed In two brothers, Foster Glover of
flowers,contributions to Sardis Bap- Born and raised in Bradford Coun- Crestlawn Cemetery, with Archie Starke and Charles Glover of
tist Church, visits and prayers. ty, Mrs. Stone was the daughter of Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in Lakeland; 8 grandchildren and 10
May God bless each of you. the late Arthur B. and Annie Den- charge of local arrangements.Mrs. great-grandchildren and one great- I
Hardy Joey/ and Tina mark Alvarez, former pioneer great grandchild.
B.J.,John Robert, residents of Bradford County. She Myrtle SpenceMrs. Funeral services were conducted 2
Jl'nnlt'IIt'nry,Walter was the widow of the late Ray Stone Myrtle Spence,82,of Starke, Tuesday, Oct. 22, at Union Grove
Itussrll and An ..lint'. and was employed by Koch's Drugsfor died Sunday morning,Oct.20,at her Methodist Church, with burial
32 years until her retirement.She home following a brief illness. following in the church cemetery.
was a member of the Bayless Born and raised in Georgia, she Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
James A. WilliamsMr. Highway Baptist Church. moved to Starke in 1976 where she Starke was in charge of ar
James Alexander Williams, Survivors include three children: has resided since. She was the rangements.The .
81, of Hampton, died Tuesday Oct. Raylene Selnekovic and Jerome
15 at his residence after an extended Stone, both of Greenville, Pa. and
illness. Pauatte Phillips of Lake Butler; one
brother J.W. (Buck) Alvarez of BH Center for Health and Fitness will offer
Born April 12, 1904 in Bradford Starke; 9 grandchildren and 5 great THE BLUE GIANTYour
County, Mr. Williams was a heavy grandchildren. Gymnastics ClassesTiny
equipment operator with Container Funeral services were onducted::
Corporation and a member of First Wednesday, Oct. 23 at Bayless home's best friendKeep
Baptist Church of Hampton. Highway Baptist Church with Rev.
J.D. Robinson and Rev. Bobby Epps
Survivors include his wife, Amy officiating Burial followed in
Groover Williams of Hampton; eight Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie Your Home Safe and Warm with Clean, Efficient
daughters, Kathryn Reese and Tanner Funeral Home in charge of u' 1c Gas Heat and Save 50% to 60% Compared to
Joyce McGahee both of Georgia, arrangements.
Alva Kauffman of Fernandina \ Electric Resistant Heat.
Beach, Avoy Muldrew of Waco, Oswald Helseth t
Texas, Amelia O'Neal of New Mr. Oswald Helseth, 85, of
Market, Tenn., Alethia Redding of Lawtey, died Saturday, Oct. 19 at
Starke, Sharon Owens of Jackson- Bradford Hospital in Starke follow-
ville and Joy Hutto of Hampton; ing an extended illness.
three sons, Hank A. Williams of Born in Lewistown, Montana, Mr.
Hampton, J. Avery Williams of Helseth moved to Vero Beach when r fiT MARTIN Thermolaire
Dells, Wisconsin and Ralph E. he was a child. He owned and I [I,1111111 i gINcuSTRIES 40,000 BTU
Williams of Jacksonville; along with operated an orange grove and owneda : I r
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30 grandchildren, 23 great chemical supply house in Vero Furnace Unvented Gas Heater
grandchildren and one great-great- Beach. He served on the city council 65,000 BTU
granchild. and was a Stewart and trustee for Tots (ages 3.5)) 3:00-3:30: : p.m. Monday $30 .Automatic .. 100%efficientElectric .
First Methodist Church of Vero (limit 8 children) $30 Thermostat Wall .
Funeral services were held Oct. 19 Beach. He was also a member of Beginning (ages 6 and up) 330: 430: p.m. Monday $30 Efficient' downdraft .Designed ignition'. to i i.l;;
in Vero Beach Masonic .
at the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Lodge. design
Starke with Rev. E. L. Bradley of Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Intermediate (ages 6 and up) 4:30: 530: p.m. Monday $30 Attractive woodgrain 900 heat sq up ft to r ,S ,
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Starke Recreatf i Department.For .
Club 25 will featurethe
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more Information, call the
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Barbara Wood from Worthington Springs preparesfor Center, by knitting a sweater on her knitting machine. cutting. Automatic and Manual Oiling. Extra 10" Bar and Chain
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enjoy putting those things IN STOCK
material and yarns now have a new : _
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Springs Community Center on The business end of opening
SR-121 in Worthington. The bazaar is extremely and
important
has become quite an institution difficult than most people
drawing crowds of people from all Bryan's Ace Hardware
over the county and from neighboring
counties to come and shop for places to purchase yarn
handmade Christmas gifts. craft supplies at reasonable 1101 S. /alnut l (next t to Norman's) Palmetto & Nightingale
while maintaining quality is
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needlework and craft work by peo-- "I'm pleased with the 964.4642 473-4006
ple from all over the area,as well as it's turning out," she said.

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before Judge George H. violation of restrictions; case Army. Calvin Roy Jones pled months, attend DWi school, Salva- contest possession of ;
Pierce Oct. 15 in Bradford County dismissed. Lee pled guilty DWI; ten days in alcohol in public guilty con- tion Army supervision six months. placed on six months court proba-
Traffic- Court and received final Tammy Elizabeth Stewart pled jail, fined$624.50, license suspendedfive suming court probation,; placed on tion,violate no laws,pay$100 court
disposition.Karen guilty violation of produced years, attend DWI school, 30( days pay court Milton Daniel Newman pled guilty costs.
valid license,restricuon'i supervision Salvation Army six costs$45.50.Arnold Barnes pled no contest wilful-
Melissa Millis pled guilty to ssed Evans DWI; fined$362, license suspendedsix
driving while license suspended all costs suspended.Michael months. alcohol Ra'Y in public pled guilty con- months, attend DWI school, 50 wanton reckless driving; placed on
Alan Black Richard E. O'Donoghue pled suming ; placed on work. six months court probation,orderedto
(DWLS); fined $105.75. pled no con- guil- 30 court probation, ordered to hours community
Robert Flyne Corbitt pled guiltyno test DWI; fined $624.50, license ty NVDL; fined $105.75. ( days court costs. pay$100 court costs.
valid driver's license (NVDL); suspended six months, must attend Dannie Carl Steward guilty pay$45.50 Herman Floyd Crews pled no con- Barnes charged with DWLS, fleeing -
produced valid license, ordered to DWI school, Salvation Army super- DWLS; paid$105.75 fine. Thomas James Brewer test gun and ight at night; ordered to to elude and violation of right of
pay $49.50 court costs. vision six months. Charles Alfred Swafford pled guilty contest driving while license pay $45.50 court costs. way; dismissed.
Timothy Calvin Wadford, Jr. pled Roosevelt Givens pled guilty DWLS; ten days in jail, fined suspended; produced valid license, .. 0
no contest driving while Intoxicated; NVDL; ordered to pay 10575. $105.75,Salvation Army supervision. ordered to pay $49.50 court proba-
fined $624.50, license suspended six Clarence.B.Thompson pled guilty Swafford pled guilty DWI; fined tion.
months, attend driving while intoxicated NVDL; fined $105.75, Salvation Ar- $624.50, license suspended six mon- NOTICE
(OWl) school, Salvation Army my supervision. ths, attend DWI school, 50 hours Docket DayMargaret O -
supervision six months. Thompson pled guilty DWI; community service work Salvation Alice Hooten pled no
Frederick Adolph Olson pled guilty -. ordered ten days in jail, fined Army supervision six months. contest to driving while intoxicated; to
to violation of restriction (motor- $624.50, attend DWI school, license
cycle); produced valid license, case suspended five years, Salvation Army '
dismissed. supervision six months. Lake Area Residents
Ronald Gene Romanio pled guilty Steven Wayne Green pled guilty
DWLS; case continued To Nov. 5, NVDL; fined$105.75. Hatlowln o
produce valid license and pay$49.50or Herman Willie Lee pled guilty improper & Business Communities....
pay $105.75. change of lane and DWLS;

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Bradford County ArrestsJames Decorated .e

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Carl Allen, 26, of Starkewas assault with a deadly weapon,accor- *
arrested Oct. 19 for trespass ding to Lt.Glen Moore and bgt.Greg Friday Nov. 1
after warning, according to In- Nichols... Bond was set at $5,000..Inrh Cookies ,
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vestigator Aderholt. Allen was ar-
rested at 301 Liquors,he was released recognizance with the condition he for Halloween Parties, Pay One Year Pay
after a$105_.cash bond was posted. stay away from the victim. in Advance SemiAnnuallyDiscount
trick or treaters, carnivals, etc.
David Steven Gray of Starke was Faye E. Crouse, 40, was arrestedOct. 25 % 12Y2D/o
arrested Oct. 18 for trespassing in a 17 for worthless check, accor-
structure after warning, accordingto ding to Lt. Glen Moore. She was thePASTRY
Patrolman W. C.Reno. Bond was released after she made restitutionand at Discount
set at$500.Gray was released on his paid court costs, $58.49. Golf
SHOP Privilege
own recognizance with the conditionhe ,
stay away from the victim. Ruby L. Hersey, 59, was arrestedOct. 750 W. Madison Street
17 for worthless check, accor- '
Charles Jackson,26,of Starke was ding to Lt. Moore. She was released corner Hwy. 100 & Westmoreland Call Pro Shop 473-4540
arrested Oct. 18 for aggravated after she paid $100 cash. 964.5890
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f NOTICE' "- starke Area Want Ads T 1,

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CLASSIFIED:: ADVERTISING should be ubmitted .. .., .
to the Bradford County :CECELIE.Wr1IGA
Telegroph office In writing and paid In FOR RENT YARD SALE FOR SALE / "

advance unless credit it already
established with this office. OCT, 25-26 3 families Items: clothes,
197 35' fifth wheel, American
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK CAMPER :
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT M Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. summer and winter, adults and Traveler with 20 ft. awning, folly self } rWillC,9ar
IN children Other good buys. 311 N.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES contained, 5332411. Call.oft.r .
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone price neg.
CLASSIFIED WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Clark St. Itpd 10/24 5/16tfrt,
9647498. 9/16 tfn 6
3 FAMILY GARAGI SALEI baby Items p.m.
THE TELEPHONE.. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly ROLLS OF HAY Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur LREALT
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY, chlldrens toys, Halloween costumes,
rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N, Tem> Catkins. 782-3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn '
Little treehouse, home decorations
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. pie Ave. 7/28 tfn Tykes BRADFORD LIME ROCK
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 household Items, furniture, SALES
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for
4 BR. 2 PHONE 964.7776
then 10 cants for each word Ih.rfl.r.HELP mens and womens clothes, tools. llmerock& Fill Dirt
BA apt. For more Information call lake
Saturday .8 to 2 6 miles west of 205
p.m. N.
-
Butler Apis. 4963141. Equal Opportunity 20 yd. semi-loads only Temple Starke
Stark. on Brownlee Rd. near Intersection
WANTEDFULL Phone 782.3172 5/23 tfchg
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg
NICE ROOM, PRIVATE BATH. 964.6035 of Bayless 10/24 Hwy & Brownlee Rd. STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at *TODAY AND ALWAYS, MAY COD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU.

TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE tfn 9647366. Itpd Doublewlde Home Center located THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS THE FOUNDATION
and
MOVING SALE Fri. Sat., Lane 9
Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS ot 314 N. Kingsley Lake. Itpd 10/24 North on 301 Lawtey, Flo. (this Is not OF OUR PROGRESS.

Owens, Inc. Realtor 321 W. layfayette Temple Ave.. In downtown Starke. THURSDAY & FRIDAY 8 til 5 p.m. 1222 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg
St. 964.50657/-4 tfn $50-:75/week Including utilities. No Bradford St. Washer & dryer $100 ea; FOR SALE: Store bought furntture for SPECIAL LETTERTo
QUALIFIED SERVICEMAN on mobile deposit required. 964-5139 or hardwood rocker $75; sectional couch sale at Olin. Home Center located on
homes Prior experience needed or a 9646566.103 TF $75; bedroom suite $75; apt elec. Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer : Terwillegar Realty, Starke. Dear Cecelia:

good carpenter. Starting pay over '2.II MOBILE HOME close to city.. No stove $100; dinette table w/2 choirs furniture 6/13 tfnchg We want to thank Terwillegar Realty for the speedy
SS/hr, Ollni. Home Center. Apply In pets, $190 a month plus deposit.. Call $25; sewing machine $25; woodburnIng HOLIDAY RAMBLER 5th wheel good
person. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 4681323. 10/3 TF stove $55; refrigerator $75; 1975- cond. $8,000 OBO. Olin's Home Center, sale of our three homes In Starke We also were very

COURIERS NEEDED for postmasters. If 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city.. $85 Plymouth Satellite $250.. Itchy 10/24 Hwy 100W, dealer. 10/3 Stchg 10/31 Impressed with the selling representative, Mr. John
like 1. Hard work 2. To Invest In weekly Including utilities. Call 3-WHEELER: Honda X200. Exc. cond.
you ; SATURDAY, 10/26 10 til. Turn right
at Green
for house
at 214 W.
our Mimosa Drive. Mr.
Call 7823333. 10/3 Stchg 10/31
4681323. 10/3 TF $1,750.
your future;3. Direct sales; 4. To be an Textile. Town go over RR track '/. mileon
Independent courier; 5.:Making mon.y LARGE MOBILE HOME 101 concrete left. Many Items Including 6.6 Cub 50% OFFII! I Super deluxe flashing arrow Green handled a misunderstanding between us and

$$$. Postmaster Systems offers you: 1. patio water furnished close to prison. refrigerator $150; loveseat makes Into signs $259. Lighted non-arrow $247. the buyers In a most satisfactory manner. We commend
$95/mo. 964-7330 4681323.. 10/3 TF Unlighted $199. Free box letters!
Training; 2. Benefits; 3. Assigned territories twin bed; 30 gal. capacity water
;' 4. Company vehicle; and 5. NEAR GRAHAM 1 BR trailer completely heater; much more. If interested Quality workmanship. Warranty. See his professional attitude and ability.

Advancement potential. Call furnished heat and AC plus utilities. before Sat., call 4311706. Itchg 10/24 locally. Extremely limited quantity. Believe us, Mr. Green will have a highly successful
18004230110. 10/24 2tchg 10/31 $60 per week. 4851371. 2tpd 10/24 .SATURDAY, 10/26 Carter Rd. Hurry. Toll free 1.800.423-0163
lawtey. career in real estate, based the abilities he
BEDROOM $175 fcan 189 on
ONE anytime
: mo.
SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks. apartment Housewares, clothes, washer A dryer.
Drive Big Trucks D.O.T. certification furnished. No pets. 9645276. 403 N. Itpd 10/24 MOVING MUST SELL living room and demonstrated during the conclusion of the sale of the

local and national lob placement Walnut St. Itchy 10/24 FRI & SAT clothes, maternity clothes, dining room furniture. Come seer Con- Mimosa
assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES 2 BR, CH/A. erly Estates. Call first. 964-4962 eves. property.
baby Items & miscellaneous household
Eligible Institution for Federal near shopping center and restaurants. Items. 1040 Pinebreeze Dr. 9645733. 10/1721chg 10/24 Thanks again for doing such a fine job.

Air, GSL. Call 18002519042. UNITED 9648810. Itpd 10/24 Itchg 10/24 1974 JOHN DEERE 60 hp Diesel tractor Sincerely, Richard A. and Murial C. Fuller '
TRUCK MASTER. Resident training: APARTMENTS FOR RENTS 511 South GUNS CLOTHES, and miscellaneous.Come with 5' bush mower. 6' box blade, 6'
Sheet. 964-8464 after 5 3' bottom plow, 700 fertilizer
Inquire scraper
Tampa, Fla. fcan p.m.
on by Fri., Sat., and Sun. 741 S.
HAIR CUTTER with Florida IIc.n.... With 10/17 2tchg 10/24 Orange St., behind Winn Dixie. Itchg spreader, heavy duty set dbl harrows,
BRADFORD VILLAGE APTS 1 CH/A all for $7,000. ALSO VW $600
or without following. Busy shop. BR, 10/24 Bug ; 1961
Halrplanes, 9644645. Itchy 10/24 furnished or unfurnished carpet walled SAT. OCT. 26: 8 a.m. til. Clothes shoes, VW Baha Bug $350; 1973 Ford F250 HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba brick, Country Club, lot

MOTOR ROUTE AVAILABLE! In Lake patio. A good place to live I kids and adults sizes. Toys and 4WD $450. 9645092. 10/24 2tchg 10/31 478x310, paved driveway, 2 car garage, fireplace, range,
Butler Must have reliable 964-8601 10/24 TFchg CHICKENSi Game and Bantam cross. $1
transportation area. telephone and be ableto 3BR HOUSE stove, refrigerator, fenced miscellaneous, 1 mile east Items.of 301 -Hwy- look 18 for, Hampton signs. each. 9647065. Itpd 10/24 refrlg., DW, central vacuum, hi-fi system, drapes & blinds,

post $250 cash bond deposit. yard. $200/mo., 1st, last and $100 't.u.,,.>.'nnn'....0. Itchy 10/24 GOOD BARREL PONY palomino $175. plus hot tub. Assum. Mortgage of $50,000, 8.75% interest.
964-5163 or come by the office at 1605N. deposit. 4681509. Itpd 10/24 Race-bred quarterhorses. for sale. Owner will hold second
Temple St. 10/2421chg 10/31 TWO BEDROOM mobile home: $160/mo HOMES 9645078. 10/24 2tchg 10/31 mortgage.
HAIRDRESSERS needed for new beauty plus deposit. 9648704. Itchy 10/24 QUARTERHORSE COLT 8 mos. old. $250. BARGAIN: Frame home, two acres, swimming pool. $15,000.

salon. Experience. and following. NEWLY REMODELED 1 BR apartment. FOR SALE 9644169. Itchg 10/24 WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2V4 year old
preferred. 964-6777 Itchy 10/24 606 W. Madison St. $237/mo. Includes MUNCHKIN BEDROOM SUITE double
JOIN THE FASTEST growing"newspaper electricity. Call 964.7005 after 8 p.m. bed, dresser, 2 night stands. $85. Call cedar & stone home with handsome great room, cathedral
3 I'/i
BR
BA HOME Saratoga Hts., corner -
In North Florida. Sales position now Itchg 10/24 lot. Enclosed CH8A. Phone 9648549. Itchg 10/24 ceilings, stunning fireplace, approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth!
available In Starke area. Call Tom 3 BR MOBILE HOME AC & heat year garage COW HAY large bales, $2 each. Also bedroom with bath other
9648652. 3/21 tfn master king-sized adjoining plus two
Wombles 1475.5678 for Interview.. around. .No pets, no small children. Nu-lan goats $50 and up, some
Itchg 1024MEDICAL 5332366. 10/24 TFchg WOODEN HOUSE:20x20.$500.00 tin roof 431.1050, blocked registered. 9647789. 10/24 2tchg bedrooms & bath, garage with magic door opener, all this on
to
ready
TRANSCRIBER part-time and 3B ACRES well fertilized pasture. Fenced tfn up move 10/31 over an acre of beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boatrampand
lead Into full time. 218 S. Walnut St., and cross fenced Into three 10 acre ELECTRIC RANGE 30". self-cleaning.
964-7777 W.W. Professional Office lots. Each accessible to round bale CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE 3 BR 1 1/2 good condition, gold, $150. 964.7138 or dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best
both back CH/A with
and Personnel Services. Itchy 1O24HOUSEKEEPERGROUNDSKEEPERi feeding. Suitable for feeding-out from 1 large to 10 acres porch.land on CR, 225. 9644402. Itchg 10/24 part for last-- true value at $65,0001

Hard replacement dairy heifers. 9647679. 9646530. 9/5 tfn WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES giant round BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford
working couple needed to reside on Itchg 10/24 14 ft., galvanized, $289.95. Christmas
property and care for house, yard and NEED STORAGE SPACE? Starke Mini. LOG choose HOMES from Over 40 Send rustic for models FREE to layaways, $25 down. 1-752-1999 Lake Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,

animals. Salary plus living quartersand Storage Warehouse has 10x24 ft. BROCHURE: HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, City. 10/24 lOtpd 12/23 police protection, nice neighborhood, $7,0001
utilities. Reply to 904-496-2323 ext. storage available. Call 473.7683 for DINING ROOM SET wood table, on.l.af
Rt 1. Box 84CF Moss, Tenn. 38575. and COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Formerly the Pastry Shop, 138
240 or 9643751236. Itchy 10/24 rates. Itchg 10/24 18002313695. fcan 191 6 matching chairs, excellent condi

CRUISE SHIP JOBS) Great income potential. LOW RENT utilities paid clean, quiet, THREE BEDROOM: 2 Ba, CH/A, FP, ceiling tion. $300. 9645694.-10/24 2tchn 'nt i1 Call St. in the Historic Section of Starke, reduced to $23,000,
All occupations. For Info call senior citizens welcome. 301 South of
fans, Ig. screened porch, hot tub, 6 owner financed.
312742.8620 362. Starke. 9645687. Itchg 10/24
ext. 10244tpd
11/14 RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month acres In city limits with pecan trees.Gelger Classified Ads TWO BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are
Rd. Southslde Elem.
EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home and up. Call Susan F. Reddish BrokerOwner $69.500.964.5876.near 10/17 2tpd 10/24 Get Results rented and have positive cash flow and good assumable mor
work. For Info coif at 964-5065 964-4048 6/27
assembly or
TWO STORY 4 BR, remodeled house in tgages. Owner will take second mortgages for good client.
504-641-8003. 9579. 4tpd 101024. tfnchg CYPRESS SAWDUST 2 yards delivered
town. Fenced
large $34,000 OBO.
yard.
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 9646650. Itpd 10/24 and spread, $20. 4682624. 9/1212tchg INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.

WANTED Highway 16 W. Close to prison. NICE TWO BEDROOM: block home on V 11/28 Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.
964.7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg 14 FT. AWNING for travel trailer, $30.
MOBILE HOME on Kingsley Lake. Furnished acre lot. Screened porch, privacy ALSO 25 In. color TV console, $200. KINGSLEY LAKE AT'ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also
WANTED fence, shed, .
TO BUYS WWI. WWII, pecan trees. $33,000. Jay
American German, Japanese swords 2 uR, year around occupancy. 9648482. 10/24 2tpd 10/31 4963576. Itpd 10/17 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled, plus second
Call 533.2502 after 5 Itchy 10/24 THREE WHEELER 1984 Honda 2005. $700.
medals,, uniforms,. helmets, daggers __ p.m..I _. FOR SALE OR RENT 3BR Ba house. $300 Call 964.6050 after p.m. 10/10 TF home for family, guests or rental, several other buildings, all
flags,,, patches, spike helmets, per month. Grlffls loop. Phone.
CARS & TRUCKS' QUARTERHORSE Registered gelding 15 well maintained. Owner financing.
,docymntMoy\ ,.otdlen,:/wings, WAS; J -4'- 964-5445, Itchy,.104 lt"; ''two '_ hands ...,.11 built,. 7'yrs/old. 1000. .
. ,Item <). .,ik y < FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres
lean*143'c?r *ona. !tteOO-343-l39: (!" ,lfi4 THUNDERBIRD:PB, fS/AC, AM/FtX* ****" >* iw ___ 7M-3497. 10/17 2tchg 10/24 .xI( .s :adjoining Camp I
REPOSSESSED CAMERA' Coslna SLR Blanding Mandgemenr'Areal' tfuy all or part. Owner financing.YOUR .
DESPERATE I Need ride from Keystone to Stereo cassette, cruise control remote FOR SALENEWSPAPER
Gainesville, 7:30 to4:30.. Phone mirrors, auto. overdrive. 964-8092 35mm with 50mm lens and complete BEST MOVE WOULD BE TO THIS HOUSE Saratoga Hts.
964.6202 after 5 'Itchy 1024LOSTFOUND from 8-5 or 964-6604 after 6 10/17 kit, Including electronic flash,
p.m. p.m.
3tchg 10/31 PLATES Aluminum 80.200mm zoom lens, wide angle lens, 3 or 4BR, large & comfortable family room, CH&A, $35,000.

CARS $200. TRUCKS $150 NOW at localgovernment Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great 2x converter lens, lens filters, I.n.cal.S .A JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home in city with little

1-518-459-3535 surplus for .01... Call for 135 patching W. Call St.and 9646305.repairs. TELEGRAPH carry,all instruction case with booklets zipper pocket., attractive Excellent yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR 2Ba,

.LOST RED MARE HORSEi mane clipped, purchase 10/103tpd your 1024IT directory to TRAILERS TRAILERS, TRAILERS 5'x8'. condition. 9645010. For sole or spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
back hoof old and split. If found, call IS TRUE utility trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, take over payments. Itchg 10/24
2 util.
Jail you can: buy Jeeps for $44 skylights, bldgs, property completely enclosed
House In Stark 8/8 tfn
through the U.S. Government? Get the $1.700; 16' utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn PERSIAN KITTENS 4 mos. old. licensed
facts todoyl! Call 1-312-742-1142, ext. trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle with papers. Call 964-7660 or 9646071. w/prlvacy fence, $55,000.
rr ; 609. 4tpd 10/17,31, 11/14,28 trailer, $878, 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 10/17 2tchg 1024PUBLIC WIDE OPEN SPACES & PLENTY OF CLEAN AIR Brick home on

1'' Bargain Center, Inc.-I IWS contained TOYOTA, 45,000 CHINOOK miles CAMPER Self- ft.Center ramps, Rd., $100.100 W.Olin's Starke.Mobilo 9645606.Home five acres, completely fenced on Forsythe Rd., 3 BR, 2 Ba,
great MPG.
Great for hunters! Price neg. Call 1/10 tfn r barn, greenhouse, 5 ceiling fans, many trees. $69,000.

I Electrical & Plumbing I 964.5176 eves. Itpd 10/24 COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or AUCTIONCITY HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED YOUR OWN BUSINESS? Ocala
sale. Canon home
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY copier $799; Canon
I Mobile Home Supplies loaded with extras. Beautiful 1982 Corvette car. Best home or office copier, $999; Canon office OFJACKSONVILLE block home approx. 2400 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 Ba on fifty acres,

Paneling& Cabinets I offer. 9648809. 10/10 TFchg copier, $1399. Rent to own for as FLA. Crawford Rd., plus four chicken barns--a good, going

I 2 Commerclallc.ma".r. 1f74 DODGE WAGON Auto, AC, PS. PB, little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP
business. all
Owner )
I financing. Buy or part
Makes 350 Ibs. a Day 61,000 orlg. miles. $1,500 OBO 110 W. Coll St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21 Surplus Property Auction
I Capacity 9646086. Itpd 1024MOTORCYCLES tfn NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME ON 45 ACRES Paved Crawford
I OAM Wed. Oct. 30, 1985
ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 month.
per Rd.: Owner
financing.
I QUALITY FOR LESS No down payment. Call 964.6946.404 1096 N. McDuff Ave. ,
I tfn .29 GOOD ACRES: 1 mile West of Lawtey on CR 225. 15%
THIS IS A CASH SALE
, 96 .6679 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as down, owner will finance remainder for 20 yrs. at 10%.
US 301 South'I 1915 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler 14.99 per month. Call 9646946. 4/04 Autos, trucks, heavy equipment, desk, GRAHAM: 14.50 acres for $23,562.50
L --------J 1700. OBO. Good condition. 782.3333 Hn chair, piano, typewriter, IBM TV,
8/8 tin COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke range refrigerator, adding machine, GRAHAM: 10.51 acres for $17,078.75.
.
Truck Stop, south of Starke.
-- 964.8212.
11/24 tfn lawnmowers. * *

ATTENTION.FAMILY ADD A ROOM 14'X27 3.000/lnstalled S city buses, 3-wheel motorcycles, EVENINGSBILL

3,500 dealer 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg mowers. Anyone can buy. DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319

Inspection 1OAM-4PM IRVING CLARKJR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2121
PETS MISSING SINCE 10/20 Tuesday Oct. 29th
WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454

3V4 year old very friendly male bulldog named BULL, and HELP!!! Open to the public MAXINE BOOTH 485-1687 RANDY CORY 475-2597

1V year old shy female bulldog/chow named Sheba. Save Energy $$$ EVERYONE MAY BID

They belong to the Harold Waters Family. Bull Is wearing This 'Is a CASH SALE.NO CHECKS!

an ID tag.PLEASE. Install Custom Made CASHIERS CHECKSOR

CALL 468-1168 468-1433 If you have ANY Information Insulated Windows MONEY ORDER OK .
Call 964-6766 Today: Sprinkle salt on damp mud spot on your rug. Give the salt at least 15
concerning these pet. TERMS: On Auto, vans and pick-up minutes to.soak up the mud, then vacuum up and away.

Itpd 10/24 Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. trucks. ONLY a $300 cash deposit may
REWARD be paid at sale time and the remainder
Starke Florida paid within 24 hours.McDougall's . .. --_ -- '
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964-4522' ["We: Do_Appraisals". R.,. 964-5370 964.6262

KAY C. WATERS *
,. BTARKE.FU; R.I. 96.4.-41 PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NyV of Starke, pecan groves, 2

'Norman's Across from/Market I if Your FuH SWVfca- .'. LINDA| M. WOODS BR frame house, CH&A, outbuildings and many extras. ;. HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGSUS ,

a JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA block home on' large lot. Central -
U.S. 301 -South Real. Estate Offtc Res. 533-2040 city -, 301 South Starke 964-8848
heat and air $49,500.
carport. .
REDUCED TO $27.500 i -
recently remodeled home on 5.100.. I
*MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE BR,2 bath home on large city lot. Pine paneled fm.I COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589

rm., 19x35 comb. LR/DR, fenced back yw", much more. $63,900. Convenient to I plus feet on the highway and 10'acres. 3300 sq. ft. building I

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**COMMERCIALS HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 301 North; 58 acres; Heavy. In pine timber. 100000. f 640 ACRES Excellent ,development property In a rapidly! Carpel (Any $ *f Jig5 'ScotchgariCleaning
Highway frontage South 301.
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JOUTMOATI ARIA Contemporary. 3 BR 2 BA, CH/A, chain link fenced back county 14 ''aAvailable
I yard. Assume mtg. Only $53,900. .. $1200.00 per acre I 11.I %' a HaIQ

*3 ACRE MINI-FARM Land In pasture, 3 BR 2 BA, super kitchen. 64900. !WATERFRONT 150 plus'millustf .t 'on beautiful, Grandin

*HIGH DRY Building with beautiful oak trees. Keystone area. 4500. Lake, Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.,! Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
*LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acres, trees, barn
pecan Lg. screened porch. This fast at $57,500.
one
will'go ,
I and workshop See It, you will low It. 128500. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
*BEST AREA Brick 3 BR. 2 Bo. chain link fenced MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out,1
carport backyard. $49,900. hi and of
Wi specialize cleaning re-dyeing wal to wall!
*READY TO LIVE IN for only$21.500. Owner financed. In city. buildings including a '21'x 66' metal barn. Loads of, carpet, furniture cleanIng -
and Inside auto detalUng. W* offer bids on'coniaierclal
.1910 DOUBIIWIDI contracts. Quality'work
on one acre, all hookups In excellent. cond. 24900. possibilities. i
*OWNER TRANSFERRED ANXIOIJs Brick 4BR. 3 BA on 2 lots.Over 2600', CH/A, *' at tow M: prices. Call now to make an appointment

all amenities. Excellent location. |Lust off 14 W. Only 74900. COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED'APPRAISAL SERVICE Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage!: Charge Free Advice
*Wl HAVE BUILDING LOT AND ACREAGE I OWNER FINANCED" :
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LAND FOR SALE -PERSONAL SERVICES 2.93 ACRESplu mobile home ForsythRd. rKeystone Area Ads

$12,500 Cash. Call1.305- 64.6827.
ONI ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road 9/12 10tpd 11/14
down no "NEED A TUTOR"! All subject, K-8 Cer- 197B 12x 0 Guerdon Stotler, 2BR bath -
rron'75 per mo. Call tilled Teacher 533.2901 after 7 p.m. very good condition clean unfurnished PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT FOR SALE

LOTS ACREAGE a 20 8/22 tinCHAIN 6000..9647512. 10/3 TF
balance In five percent down. LINK FENCE Installed. Fr.e FOR SALE OR TRADE DW trailer under 5 CARPENTER WORKs Remodeling work MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two
owners 9646853.years 12/13 tin financing by estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. acres Joseph R. Lloyd. Rt 1. Box 512, kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 serle
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.3/29 Lawtey. 782-3626. 10/3 4tpd 10/24 Reasonable prices. Call 473.4018 after $150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 organ with double keyboard boss
3500. $350 dn. $70 Call tfn 1913 FLETWOODi 14x70. 3BR 2Ba CHA.cath.dral 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg 12 X 70 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA,A/C pedal and rhythm section. $795. Call
9645606. 1/03 tfn per mo. WANT TO DRINK? ceilings, dishwasher and CARPET AND VINYL Repair and In- close to town. Very nice. $245 month. 473-2210 weekday or 473-4648
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MING DAIRY THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS much more. Take over payments, VA stallation Free estimates. Ten years 4732730. Itchg 10/24 weekends for appointment to ._. tfn
ROAD $3.000. no down WANT TO STOP? loan. 372-5685 after 6 p.m. 10/24 4tchg experience. Call .73- 217 and ask for FURNISHED MOBILI HOME Has porch, WURLITZER.spinet piano excellent con-
per mo. Call 964.5606. 1/03 payment tfn $70 THAT'S OURS 11/14 Craig. 5/17 tfnchg one acre. Responsible couple or dltlon. $1,000. Cherry mohogory.Phone .
Alcoholic Anonymous 181 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE bachelor preferred..' $175 4733752. tfnchg 8/29
1.7 ACRES-BROOKER IMMACULATE mobile home: 2BR, rellnlshlng. per month
ROAOi (C.227)) ..... .. plus 197B SOUTHWIND motor home. Gen.
3500. no down 9&4-4150-' -" '21t 2Ba living room fireplace No mon.y Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac deposit. 16846634. 2tchg
payment $70 per mo. Bpd thru 11/15 473-2S2I. 8/1 3 BR HOUSE air low mileage. $13.500. Call
Call 9645606. 1/03 tin down assume mortgage. 964-7651 tfnchg Can be used for home or
LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764 alter GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Door, windows, alter 5 p.m. 9647105. Itpd 10/24 CARPET CLEANING truck mounted business.Two acre of land for garden. WANTED 473-3343 or 964-7055. 10/3 tfnchg
5. call 964-5251 3/07 tfn' ; .,C. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY RENT TO OWN! No cash needed Coll deep steam extraction October $175 per month with $150 security Responsible party to assume
LAND FOR SALE Six lots 1-2/3 9646078. Order also taken In Lake Mr. Seth at 237.6166 or after 7 p.m. special one-half all on Scotchguard. deposit. 473-4995. Itpd 1024MISCELLANEOUS small monthly payments on piano. See
lot 3,500 and acre per Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, 236-0875.10/24 4tchg 11/14 C AND B CARPET CLEANING locally. Call Credit manager.
4,000 per lot. Off of For. 18004474266. 4tpd 1010.31
473-4973. 2/26 tfn 1915 BANK cash Keystone H.lghlS473mO
Rd. REPOS Must tell. No
sythe No down
money $75 mth. 1114 TRAVEL TRAILER
30 ft., self-
BULLDOZER do bulldozer
Coll 964 5606 6/6 tfnchg Wanting to down $140 per month. Call Mr. Shep-
work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for Upholstery cleaning PAC RAT- Sell and contained A/C with heat strip, go
WOODLAND ACRES 1/2 lot locatedat pard at 237-6166 or 236-0875 after 7p.m. Buy trade. Used furniture and
Woodland Acres Starke.acre Hoi work. 964-5606 782-3333. Ask for 10/24 4tchg 11/14 MAKE NEW CUSHIONS dining chairs, appliances, household Items, electric hot water, stereo TV
20 ft.
well antenna Island bed and
septic tank and light pole. 8500 telling Mark. 8/8 tin MUST SELL $500 down or trade bar stools, camper beds. Addison collectable, glassware old jewerly, bar.Call 473-3536 awning. be .
or can seen at little
price 500 down 135.00/month. Call PAINTING ft REMODELING: quality workat anything. 3BR. 2Ba. Call Mr. Glenn Upholstery. 473-2452. 4tcho tools etc. 473-2163 tfncha 7/26 Rain Lake Rd., 3 mile north of
_ an affordable price. For a free 237-6166 or 236.0875 alter 7 p.m. 10/24 PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt
36i3LQ4/13: '
!!hg. CARS. TRUCKS Keystone on SR 21. $7500. Itpd 10/24
estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg
5.43 ACRES 616 4tchg 11/14 mildew peeling paint from homes.driveways SINGER ATHENA .
It. Forsyth Rd. frontage. 200 Sewing machine.Original .
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED amJ! drain lines ALL '5'. sold
at Invoice. No
$4.000/acre. Call 305-464-6327.Cash moneydown. mobile homes. Call Rick 1976 CHEVY MALIBU classic station- cost $898, will sacrifice for
or relaid. Bradford for 10 .
term 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 Serving County 14x70 3BR 2Bo. $189 per month. 4732452. 4tchg 10/10-10/31 wagon. PB/PS A/C AM/FM eight $250. Call 4752692. Itpd 10/24
l'/i ACRES Zoned commercial. 30x100' years. Bradford Septic Tonk Service. 3BR 2Ba Dbl wide $199 per month. IS YOUR BUDGET TIGHT With track. $1000. 473-2976 after 7 p.m. Ifre STROLE BABY CAR SEAT excellent con
964-8121. 10/17 TFchg Call 2377171. 10/24 4tchg 11/14 Christmas only 9 weeks host a 10/24 dition
away
pole. Building 275' $25. Potty chair play and
opprox. on 301. pen
NEED TRANSMISSION WORK Rebuilt 1982 CONCORD
High ft dry cleared land. 25000. DW mobile home House of Lloyd toy party and get $40 other baby Items. 4733844. Itpd 1024409DRASTICALLY
transmissions $150 with warranty 24x56 wood
964-6534. 10/17 siding shingle roof merchandise of your choice freel For
BEAUTIFUL 4tpd 11/7 most cars Also do standards and wood burning fireplace 3BR 2 Ba CH/A. more Information call 473-4939 even-
FENCED 20 acres with SW foreign. Call 272-7607. 10/17 4tchg Call 904- 31-1109 for
more Informa- Ings. Also taking orders. Itpd 10/24
trailer barn fruit trees, dark In iI D"uCED:4"Bi:
room. 11/7
tlon. Itchy 10/24 SEWING MACHINE CLEANING Oil and
Lawtey off 225. 964-5165 8.5 p.m. LET US DO YOUR CLEANING FOR YOUI adjust tension In home, only VACUUM 2V.Ba, cypress home on 20' acres,'
your
964-6566 10/31 alter 5. 51000. 10/24 2tcha House or office Reasonable rates Professional BUSINESS $14.95. Twenty years experience. Service pool stocked pond pasture timber
work. 964-5473 or 9648985. OPPORTUNITIESOWN all brands. Call 475-269. Hod SALE fenced Rd. 16 East. Owner financed
PARTIALLY CLEAREDi, 20 acres of fertile 10/17 2tchg 10/24 low dn. $200.000 w/$30.000 dn.
soil w/lots of pin and oak trees on SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED Bradford and WANTEDLARGE NEW & USEDWe I415--DRASTICALLY REDUCED: 2

graded road. Just off Rd. 100 within 4miles Union Counties Gockley and Sons. YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR: 2 OR 3 BEDROOM home to rent story home on 19.3 ac. Rd 16 East
of Keystone. Phone 473-3619 or 496-2939 or 4962871. 10/24 4tpd 11/14 ladies apparel children, large size Finance Our Own low down and
473-4680. Itchg 10/24 close to Keystone.4734165. Itpd 10/24 KIRBYS pecan grove pasture
combination store petites, maternity owner financed. $55.000 W/S5.000
TREE TRIMMING MOBILE HOMES accessories. Jordache, Chic Lee, levi LAND FOR SALE ROYALS dn.

Licensed FOR SALE EZ Street, Izod. Esprit Tomboy, Calvin LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500. EUREK4S I412--3BR 1 BA on Market Rd. New
Klein Sergio Valente Evan Plcone, Liz HOOVERS
Included. Pecan tree
Owner will finance. $164 per month. optionees
Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline, ELECTROLUX
SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N. HealthTex over 1000 others. $13,300 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 FILTER QUEENS Assume mtg.
FIREWOOD For Sale LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights readyto 1402-1 BR home In Raiford. Bargain
Starke. Come see Ray Gouln formerlyof to $24,900 Inventory training fixtures, SEARS
Call for Free Estimate Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. move on. Power well septic and COMMERCIALWe at 12500.
fence 6499. 392-0985 or 473-3024. 1414-3 BR 1 BA, workshop. mobile
buy and move used homes. Mr. Loughlin 6128886555. Itpd 10/24 all makes
964-7758 964-4414 or 9644778. 4/26 tfn BUILDING 24x60 plus 2 acres:: Sale or Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13 repair home with 2nd well elec & sept., 9
0/34 Itpd 11/7 FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In rent. Will consider Investing on 301 5 IMPROVED LOT for sale outskirts of AI Young'sSince ; ac.
good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each miles South of Starke good location. Keystone Heights. $8000 cash or owner 1398-20 oc. 4BR 2 BA N. of Stark,
Some with AC. Pine M.H. Park 9044681084. 10/104tpd 10/31 financing. $500 down with $166.83 1957 l $63,000.
Janet M.Starling 4962366. 4/25 tfnchg. NEED CASH Earn while you learn. 10.15 monthly payments for 5 years. i 1411-5 plus acres 3 BR 1 BA home
15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on hrs per week can earn you $400-$600 473-3024. 4tchg 10/10.10/31 964-6918 has 11 ft. ceilings fenced, 3flr.plac.s
BUILD ON A LAKE the loveliest, clear
one or oil. Olin's Mobile Home Sales. per month. Over 18 pleas.Call Marl. I like new Inside Lawtey.
sand bottomed lake. High lot with long 3 Miles north of I
904-964-5606
6/6 tfnchg 782.3790.Itpd 10/24 1418-Moblle with addition, 3 BR 1
view. Interlacing oaks, 200 X 800 ft. Starke US 301
Realtor MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 units in J. Realtor on Ba, like new '/ acre lot,a great buy
Privacy. Nancy Henry
Keystone house also $25,000 down !7".I\A14 ,... ,n/'" for $21,500.Check .
.11 ACRESWell septic tank FLORILANDREALTY net 20000. Great tax advantages. ... *
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3734792. 10/24 12/12
Btpd on our parcels commercial
pond/open air barn. $33,500S acreage
ACRES; $12.500; 10 ACRES CHICKEN FARM H.avy breeders, CYPRESS MULCH property apartment Investments
$25.000. Excellent Terms. guaranteed salary $82,000 per year. motels and mobile home
964.7700 $325,000 $40,000 down. 4682339.
....7 ACRES:Well septic tank 17x35 parks. v
Tallman pool fenced/cross-fenced. V.tnl.393 P.M,Odom T.mpl.Srok.r-Gm A... Itchy 10/24 & PINE BARKYou Buy and Sell the Strout WayALLACROSSAMERICAI

$25,000. Joy Thornton Auntie I
-4 ACRES Shop & Compare I 11 I ::;;'3IN.Temple..
: Hwy 225 A. 12500. -- - pick-up or We deliver '
-5 Ae.i Paved Stork.,Fl 3301; .
frntg. 12500. 2.39 Acres in city 3 BR, 2 BA brick Special Insurance for Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery I. .
12 ACRE: Old form house. Beautiful I STROUTREALTY
home, most desired area. Ready to Mobile Home Park I .
Oak 32500. sell. Call for more details. All type of homeowners I CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING I.I ,
OLD BUILDING In
Lawte/ $8,500. Less than 2 Years Old: Brick home In policies for I INCOVOIATIO
LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. country with 6 or more acres. mobile homes. I 964-6649 MOMS
-50 .
3BR Ac50000.'2BA Beau Landscaped Lot. .181 Acres good hunting woods Call for Quote : 964-mi 471-304 '

39500. Hwy 16 West .some 20 Minus owner from financing.Gainesville High ft Olin's Mobile .. ... ,
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dry land 'highway frontage, excelent,9wnej -
( ,! fjnanctng', good\ orsubdividing. Home Sales
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f. County Ad Y Yu :' -1': : cedar homes, land water electric, Need .
: FOR RENT Get Results heat rock fireplace, deck for $38,500. Custom
v ... We are developing 1400 acres surrounded -
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and
Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished by rivers lakes. Pick and
PERSONAL SERVICES HOMES FOR SALE call 964.6385 or 496.2751. $275 choose your spot now. $4,000 per acre. Call Loma Stephens
month; first, last, and security deposit Protect Your Home ERA DUNCAN REALTY, 124 Hwy. 64W, 496-2219
Murphy, N.C. 28906. Free brochure
removaland GOVERNMENT HOMES From $1; (Ii tfn/chg And Save 25%
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree ) Room In private home for congenial person 1.800.438.8196. fcan 190 TMFollow'us
pruning. Also firewood, oak and repair). Also delinquent tax property. nonsmoker, references required | On All Maintenance-Free ExteriorsCut
pine for' tal.. Call Thomas Nettles Call 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for In- Call 4963087. tfn Brick and Stone -'
4963823. tfn 12/22 formation. 10/24 81pd:125North Mobile Home Two bedroom, one bath, Coquina Shell
Mor,'. Beauty Solon under new manage Carolina Mountains New two furnished, In nice park, fenced yard. Vinyl or Aluminum Siding
ment. Sharon's opening special. Perms bedroom cedar homes, land water utility house. Adults only. No pets. at
$1993. Includes cut. Men's style, cut electric, heat rock fireplace, deck for $180 plus security deposit, CALL TODAY FOR FREE to. .. _
and blow dry $10. Hours 6 to 10 P.M., $38,500. We are developing 1,400acres references. Powell's 4963377. Itpd.
Monday and Wednesday, 9 A.M. to 6 surrounded by rivers and lakes. 10/24 ESTIMATES ..;;;:--
P.M. Walk-Ins welcome. Call 4960091. Pick and choose your spot now I- $4,000per -
10/1721pd'. 10/24 acre. ERA Duncan Realty 124 HELP WANTED Homes BeautifulOf D & S MOTORS INC.
Highway 64W, Murphy, North Carolina N. Fla. ,

. REAL ESTATE 28906.It 10/24 Free brochure. 18004388196.( ) Government Jobs $16,040.$59,230/year. :r.- Starke. Fla. 207 N. Temple Ave. Starke 964.7556

OUT OF AREA Log Homes Over 40 rustic models to Now Hiring. Call '((805)687.6000) Ext. I 964.6766 Immediate Financing to All Qualified
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CN BuyersWe
choose from. Send for Free Brochure. R 1136, for current federal list Itod.
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO Honest Abe Log Homes, Rt. 1, Box Sewing Machine Operator' Needed Experience Guaranteed Savings at 01 S would Nke to thank SHrka/Bradlord County for your support.
PERTY Ill I don't have I.. I'll find It. Just 84CF, Moss, Tennessee 38575. helpful, but not necessary.
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. 1(800)231-36985.( ) It 10/24 Apply. In person at Lake Butler Apparel. Payments As Low As '25 per week
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496.2126 or 496-2905. eves. unit. j'jJit.i'ijjaaTTrf.r.f.vjLXUi.uy.uAiu'ura.u'.tti
UNION COUNTY REALTOR.. tfn MOBILE HOMES .
Lond For Sale Approximately 3 acres. 66 Ford Mustang Convertible
Port leal ly wooded, well and septic
tank mobile homes okay. Hole and 1973 Klngswood 12'x60', two bedroom, Mint showplace condition. 32,000 original miles.
Real) Estate Inc. Call one bath, window Air-conditioner, Financial .
Associates 496-3939 or '4623068. chg tfn 3500. Cash Call Powell's 4963377.Itpd. Management Services New window sticker. See to bellevel

10/24 Could be a trophy winner.
FOR SALE
160 S. LAKE AVENUE P.O. Box 206
JOB OPPORTUNITIESSemi
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA 320540206lake
SO off (Super deluxe) flashing
percent
arrow signs $259111. Lighted, Non. Driver Training Earn big bucks' Butler Line 904496.3978 79 Olds 98 Regency (82 BuiCk Regal LTD
$247 Unlighted $199. (Free box Certification, Gainesville Line 904.376.0500 4 Dr., AM/FM Radio, I Alt
arrow drive big trucks D.O.T. Tu-Tone, 4 Dr.. Auto,
letters!) Quality workmanship. Warranty Local and national placement P/door locks, windows, Stereo, Nice Family CartM995

quanlty.. See locally.Hurryl)Extremely Toll limited free: assistance.. Eligible Correspondenceresidenttraining. Institution for Federal Richard DcVoe $249ta5' I j -J ::

1(800)423.0163( ) anytlme.1t. 10/24 United .
Aid GSL Call 18002519042.( ) ,.. _
Piano Wanted: Responsible party to Truck Master. Resident training: Tampa -U
assume small monthly payments on Fla. It. 10/24 Financial Planning and Consulting 80 GrandPrix
piano. See locally. Call credit manager Ifn
1(800)447.4266.,10/103tpd.( ) 10/24 White with Red Interior
Wall unit, lighted. Dining table and six WANTEDTo Loaded
chairs,' sofa. Must see to appreciate.Call 3595
496-3206 after 6 P.M. Itpd. 10/24 Buy WWI, WWII, American, German, .
Japanese; swords, medals, uniforms, ,
INSURANCEMAINES patches 77 Buick Century
helmets daggers flags
spikehelmets, documents, toy soldiers 4 Dr., white wired Inter 77 I Impala I S/W
INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S. wings, W A,C Items). Frank Bona TIRE 8IIlEI exc cond., auto air if AC, PS Very Clean Wagonl?
Lr.ke Avenue, Lak Butler 496'u 1 1).a'1( I I. 24 '
Complete Insurance Service tin $1488 [ $1995

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fU\\ 165-80D-13 . . 25.88 155-80H-13 . 33.88
cty\Sx Lay-A-Way ,,- 185-800-13..32.88 165-80R-13..33.88

Y>> for 19575814. . 30.88 185-75R.14..37.88 79lihrysler: Cordoba '80 Plymouth Champ
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Se ,. 0 205.75B.14..32.88 195.758.14..38.88 Burgundy on burgundy w/burg. Int. S ap., overdrive, A/C. sterna, I
:SPeeds Christmas '-.. 225-75B-14..36.88 205.75R.14..43.88' i Excellent Carl I sun rod Real dean CarL2495

215.75B-15..35.88 225.75R-15..46.88 $2488I
134 E. Call Street Starke 964.7055. 225-756.15..36.88 235-75R.15..47.88 _

235-75B-15 . 38.88 s.c.O Balance i I

BRAKE SPECIAL -' \ 77 Dodge Aspen 84 Trans-AM
FRONT END ALIGNMENT %AA.95
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Includes Set easier, camber toe In to (FRONT or REAR)- Auto, Hatchback i Back a Gold
I manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension Replace padi I or shoea; msurtuce/ drums I ,. $1'ir '
INC. .;;l. a steering system. For most American or retort; pack bearings; bleed!! adjust) ; ;59600
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS. ,' i cars. Front wheel drive vehicles and road-test most American can & trucks. j'l -
Metallic extra when required. -
parts .
Cnevettes Parts
extra. extra.
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s : : 14.99 4 HEAVY DU SHOCK. 81 Ford Escort Wg
Auto, A/C, Stereo
'. Mosl Car a !. 78 Olds Cutlass
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'.,,. "' nl'i.' ,"" "' ..4...,, "' REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 14.95 ;?J.t. Trucks !$59.95 Silver w/burg/ Inter. 2488
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REALTOR ; 31 X 10.50-15 . 58.88. $2995 cash I

ire t &&v31 X 11'50'15 . '66.88 !,':;,
'r' 76 Datsun 8-210 80 Ford Pinto Pony
964-5065 '11 .No.1.1) 33 x 12.50-15 . 77.88 j S Speed A/C New Engine w/all new parts

White Spoke Chrome Spoke Is i ;.., 1695 '1995

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I s ir.. Custom Wheels Wheels

tI up to 15x8 up to 15x8 + 80 Olds Omega 73 Chevy PU
block South of S.R. 100
301 -
Located on Hwy. one 24.95 38.95 2 Dr., AC, PS, Extra Clean Auto, newly rebuilt eng.

Residential, k: COR BETTS TIRES & SERVICE *2195 $1488 ,

house pix here with border around picture 964.6436 '
us 301. Temple Ave. _"

COLONIAL BEAUTY! one of Starke's Historical homes. Completely financing (Formerly Starlit Firestone) .
modernized and excellent maintenance. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and '8'IJ _.. '' -ifoo -
room to entertain. Sun deck overlooks lovely landscaped yard. Shown ., ,
to the discerning buyer that appreciated the -
only -
by 'appointment
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workmanship of past years. '. -. .\

QUANT'ITY RIGHTS RESERVED

*HARDWORKING HANDYMAN? Lots of potential here. Small Investment
fixed up gives Income In your pocket!
*EVERYTHING FOR THE RIGHT FAMILY 1440 sq. ft. mobile home, 5.31 Beer Wine Mixers
acres, pond fruit trees, workshop, all well maintained. What else could you

want? 'It's Wise to Shop at a Homeownedand
'*REDUCED TO SELL all the extras In this "high energy efficient home In one iH
of our area's finer neighborhoods. Close to everything.
*YOU'LL LOVE this, brick veneer home located In the heart of Starke. 3 Homeoperated Price Wise store.
bedrooms, 1'/ baths, for family comfort. CALL NOW.
*SOUTHGATE NICE COMMUNITY: Large lot has 3 bedroom, 1'bath, brick Check Our Many In-Store SpecialsAd
veneer. Assumable mtg.
*MUST BE SOLD NOW 18'/ acre with fix-up, CB house, on paved road with -
lot of road frontage mostly cleared. ei I Good thru October 30, 1985 .
*CHURCH STREET 2 story home with larg.CB versatile building now being
used as nursery. Call today to see this. I I
'*OWNER FINANCING: 1 acre, has 3 BR, 1 bath, CB on paved road. II I
*SARATOGA HTS: good family location 3 BR, 1 bath priced right at O.F.C. i
$33.000.
*STARTER HOME 2BR 1 bath, CB, only $22,000. Canadian K-
*REDUCED TO $23.000 Immaculate 2 BR, 1 bath. Ten a Crown Schenley Bacardi

*5'/ ACRES fenced, about 6 cleared with 3/1, only $37,900. High Seagrams Royal 750 Vodka f Rum
1.ro r.e
BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE Bourbon I Cooler 750 649 LTR 750
'*IN TOWN: Nice wooded building lots, only $5,000 each. 4Pk tC..ia "
*COUNTRY BREEZES: close to Starke and Raiford 1, 2.9, or 3 acres, some LTR 1299 649 : 679 j jli&hcn'

owner financing available. I TEN 399 QFC '
*BUSINESS PROPERTY IN TOWN: Acreage. 749 MIGN :
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FARMS AND ACREAGE 'w, j- I It
,*PRIVACY YOUR CONCERN Jump at this.20 acres, priced to sell with ..
owner financing available. '
*BESSENT RD. AREA: Mini-farm with pl.nty of extras. Priced to sell with ... .
or 7 acres. -
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Cordons I
INVESTMENT Fleischmanns
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST NOW) Shoppers can walk Gin
from Bradford Square to New Retail/Professional units. CALL NOW fore rLTR Vodka ,

: private showing. Calvert Martins 750 Kahlua I Hennessy ]

INCOME PRODUCING: property located on" Hwy. 301. Over 300' frontage.Six 799 Extra 'V.V.O. Liqueur Coquac
acres total. Owner financing available. 4199
;., Y I LTR I 750 750 U.S. .
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*,1 LARGE* HOME on Little Lake. Geneva.WATERFRONT Has .xtra lot. Can be sole separate i 849 'H 749 rA 1 1 tlfcnnesy]

ly\Callloday. laaso.pqF 4,9 Efae
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} Susan Faulkner Reddish,REALTOR ..
,.. Soles Manager- Evenings'".4041 Zt I,
!t REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene
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L. Faulkner 944-8142 Ell..Johns S33-2IU -
Susanne Kitchens '"-7630 Bob Matthews '".7211

Lou Young 44-7S2S Lee Hardenbroek 473-7164 WALDO .- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : STARKE STARKE
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I LEE HARDENBROOK..APPRAISALS Oasis Lounge Model A Lounge 301 Liquors Jessles Lounge
*
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COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL 3 Miles North of Highway 21 North 1 Mile North of '801 N. Temple Ave.

f Rentals Available Heights Starke 'u.S. 301 U.S. 301 North
*., > Waldo on U.S. 301 Keystone on

Carol Property Warner Management.< REALTOR Division ASSOC., 468.9461. .. I 473-9627 964.7771 .. 964-3030: ,,;

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Wilford Jordon in the Baker County Nursing :

Elder Wilford W. Jordon 65 of Macclenny, following a'long.
Lake Buller died Tuesday morning'in '
Shands Teaching Born July 15, 1888 in St. "
Hospital in FLA.TWIN THEATRE
Miss Blanchard
Gainesville from was a retired
complications
after a snakebite. States Postal Clerk, a Starke 964-5451
Born in Levy Grace United Methodist ,.
County, Brother Jor-
don was employed with the Lawtey Homemaker's, and the Club.Bradford ; Open Every Night
Seaboard Coastline
four years ago when Railroad he retired.until | ""$ :00 sreoAr l "II |

Since his retirement, he has had a Survivors include two I! 8sL i Sun. 8:00 Showing !
lawn service operation. He moved to Miss Arthurine Blanchard of !L TuNdiy 7:30 Showing ., {
the Lake Butler community 14 and Mrs. Kathleen Olivia J
ago and was a member and Elder years of Miami, along with several STARTS FRIDAY
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter and nephews. CHUCK MORRIS
Day Saints.
Survivors include his wife, Funeral services were
Virginia Derbyshire Jordon of Lake day, Oct. 18 at Grace
Butler; two daughters Annette Methodist Church with Rev.
Ames of Cape Coral, Fla., and Joy Tompkins and Rev. Don 1vEc.
LaRee Crews of Jacksonville; two ficiating. Burial
sons, Wilford D. Jordon of Lake Kingsley Lake Cemetery Family,1 .::": '
Butler and Daniel D. Jordon of Funeral Home of Starke in UL"The \
Portland, Ore.; five sisters, Corine arrangements.In SCREEN 2hr
Bethea of Masa, Ariz., Zulene Weltyof Ros
San Jose, Calif., Sylvania Garnerof lieu of flowers, K
Waycross, Ga., Vernie Mae Mar- may be made to the Grace t B 1'
tin of Gafney, S.C., and Frances Methodist Church Buildirg po d dnlu'u
Faye children.Gray of Miami; and 16 grand- P.O. Box 224, Lawtey, Fla.

Funeral services will be held Fri
day, Oct. 25 at 10 a.m. in the Churchof Card of ThanksWe a i
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saintsin wish to express our
Lake Butler, with Elder Alvin for the many acts of o
Chase, Elder Felton Smith and expressions of sympathy IbI'oweeIJ'
Elder Floyd M. Packard officiating. during the recent illness Most Advanced Cleanest ; (!ia.1
Burial will follow in Oak Grove of our beloved one, Mrs. do
'j ti Efficient Portable
Cemetery under the direction of Ar- Starling. Burning -
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Thanks for the beautiful t Kerosene Heaters in the world. Oet 31y

food your comforting words, Choose from 9 models, output
and all other kind
Mrs. Irene HarrisMrs. God bless each one of you. J' 8200 to 22,700 BTUs. 301 DRIVE-IN

Irene Williams Harris, 56, of Edward 11R K.A95 Starke 964.7484Fri.
Starke, died Thursday, Oct. 17 in St. and **
Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville, Sale Priced from ., Sat., Sun., Mon.
following a long illness.

Born August 5, 1929 in Dayton, FREE 5 Gallon Metal E.T.
Tenn., Mrs. Harris was a 111 W. Call 964-8824 :
homemaker and a member of the KENWIN'S Kerosene Can FREE with Showtlmo 7:30 PG
Holiness Faith.Survivors y n
Sale -- any heater purchase. PLUS

include daughter, Betty Anniversary
Harris of Starke; two sons, Larry g
and Calvin, both of Starke; two October 25 November 2 LAWN & .3 LORIDA
brothers, Elmer and Eugene
first time be his last.
Williams five sisters, both, Mary of Graysville Smith, Dayton, Tenn.;, Savings of 30% 75% GARDEN CENTER PEST HJs .ShowUme may 9:20". PG _

Tenn.; Janie Sisco and Margaret merchandise from other Kenwin Stores ONTROL x301 MONDAY NIGNT SPECIAL i 1I |
on
Lewis, both of Graysville, Tenn.; 539 EAST CALL STREET Adults... $1.50
Wanda Clingan of Cleveland, Tenn. ... 4CHEMICM.CO I I II
; EARLY BIRD SPECIAL ..
... 50
and Bonnie Harvey of Cooksville, 964.5745 Open 9-6 I Children. I
Tenn. Friday, October 25
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Graveside funeral services were We will open at 8 a.m. -

held Monday, Oct. 21 at Pine Grove FOR SPECIAL SAVINGS! You
Cemetery (Union County) with Rev. St dot a e '* Done t Lake Chevy-Olds still has a few re-
Charles G. Starling officiating.Jones \ tia Use Our 30-Day / 0 to


in charge Miss Funeral Enza of arrangements.Home M. BlanchardMiss of Starke was ,;Nh 3 p Ivan U aw y 2 be Lay-A-Way Pay Cash,Plan or t to Wrn maining 85' models left. Save as


Enza Marden Blanchard, 97, Nmv mbet Charge Your Purchases

of Lawtey, died Wednesday, Oct. 16 Many Specials on Winter Clothes never before during our final Close-

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E.C. Harvey, Representative dealer. .oAPR ]


Rt. 1 Box 324 Lawtey, Fl. 32058 4 lXJ I ... ',

Telephone ((904)) 964-7065 : Financing -


SEPTI-FLO WITH ENZYME ACTION WILL ;



1985 Blazer 1985 Toronado BroughamCruise

Tilt, V-6, AT, AC, & More Fully Loaded with All the Toys

No. 5657 CLOSEOUT PRICE Save $2500.00 No. 5051


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T 5 V'S I ,IB L Septic tanks clog backup and smell because of household 1985 C-30 Crew Cab 1985 Regency Brghm 98
L
R f S U T cleaners which are great for dishes, laundry and floors, but
o V f R N I G H kill good bacteria In your tank and cesspool that normally 454 V-8 Special Chassis Has All the Equip with Full Power
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'r- .- .. .. digest solid wastes, fats, greases and starches. Without this
\ .,"':.',.,.'' n 3.73 Rear Axle, Air Cond, + 4- Save over $2000.00
builds In
,'" bacterial action solid waste up your system. They
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:: ,SCUM :t.f::.,.t:: overflow into and clog your drain fields, lines and backup into Save $2000.00
:;.''';':.3 your tank, causing overflows and smells. Even pumping your 16,354
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:Cj.J ,;;:[l.: tank will not clean out the pipes or drainflelds, but SEPfl-FLO
15,543
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: .. ... It goes to work immediately with 3 safe potent enzymes and
FORE THE T ENT'/-1; ;..,.. bacteria supplement that works with your good bacteria to
DRAINFIELOSEPTI breakdown and digest fats, greases, starches and all organiclOLl
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TANK
0 WASTE CLOGS PIPES. waste materials including paper and cotton fibers. It converts
.,; : c and liquifies all organic solid wastes. Cleans tank, pipes and 1
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:: ': end.SEPTlFLO. E3 63
to
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: ; No more costly mechanical cleaning,digging or pumping a : 198kCamaro 1 3\ Automatic Overdrive, AC, Bose

IROC-Z Music, Power Seats, Power Win-
SAFE AND EASY TO USE!
EPTI:FLO 1 A 0 0 E i ....lit : Just pour SEPTI-FLO Into your commode, let it work! Results dows, Cruise, Tilt, Black Paint,

FLO AT WOHKI OIGESISGfttASfc usually visible overnight! Non-toxic, poisonous or corrosive, Fully Loaded Grey leather interior.
AND SLUDOE,OPENS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM harmless to humans, animals or plumbing. Will make your
Black Interior LIST PRICE . . . .
; 'n" :;'..,. : : -:. c.r.::,\h:! ; system odor free. GUARANTEED TO WORK OR YOUR w/Grey 30,164

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tom':; GUARANTEED TO KEEP\OUR SEPTIC SYSTEM TROUBLE FREE 308 Month

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:o5. .\.: $: :; ; ""'rl'fIJ.tO
: ... )o"::: '" 48 Month GMAC Lease, $1,000 down cash or trade, plus tax & license with approved credit. Fkst payment and
seat '
1\e, .' ;ca'.;. :r 1 lib. for initial treatment of 1000 gal. tank or
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security deposit on delivery.
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II'C LEA 1\1\ TAN K ,( 1f 4 routine monthly: 4 ox treatments. .

SOLIDS DIGESTED AND LIOUIFIEO,NOW ABSORBED 1 lib.per 100 ft. of drain line.
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IN OPENED DHAINPIIIOS YOUR COUNTY GATOR AUTO STORE

Order Now! No Risk! Money Back Guarantee!

Cal ((904)) 964-7065 for Home Delivery or Mal to: All the Latest Service & Body Shop equipment to better serve

.. E.C. Harvey Rt 1, Box 324. Lawtey;FL 32058 your car needs.f' .
Name Please Rush Me SEPTJ-FLO as follows:
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D11b.lt$8.95plus$1.00PIH.Total$9.9S ,

Street or .Route '. .D 2!Ib..at$16.00 plus$1.50 P&H Total $17.50 'iF-w I
D 4 lb.at$26.00 plus $2.00 P&H.Total$28.00

IECHEVY 1901 N. Temple

City State --- --- Zip Amount Enclosed $_ ( Starke 964.7500, Florida


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Disabled Vehicles No Injuries In AccidentThere


were no injuries in an acci turned north onto US-301 from set at $210, he was released on hilt
dent on US-301 in Lawtey Oct.20.but CR-225.His vehicle was sturck in the own recognizance.Neither Ip.n
both vehicles had to be towed from rear by a northbound 1985 Buick driver was charged with
the scene, according to Lt. William driving by Joan Lisa Pensky of{ the accident although both Tillotson. Miami. said Tillotson. Damage to
Harry Edward Waters of Jacksonville Waters was charged with driving the Fora was$2,000 and$3,000 to the
.. driving' A."r7t: Ford Maverick while license simnon R rmrt wns Buick.


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FOR ONE SPECIAL: Bring friend and share the cost of a class I special prices
theSe Model FlEBonly

LOW IMPACT AEROBICS 4 p.m. 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday $28 8-hP IIC 99999 "a"o..
6 p.m. 7 p.m. Monday & Thursday $20 $
FIE eReg.
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SUMNASTICS CLASSES 10 a.m. 11 a.m. Tuesday & Thursday $20 electriC AGibhP
5:15 p.m. .6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday $28 only- $11 4999, !'....

STRETCH & FLEX S 299.99 Model RE11tRe9

CLASSES 9 a.m. 9:45: a.m. Monday & Wednesday $20 11-hP 9 4ta
is&frtiuintf '

,All classes begin November: 4 and November 5 and run for six weeks. Classes may be cancelled if R : ..5q tia
fewer than 10 people register. Classes can be taken individually for $2.50 per class. Registration fees *t3'9' V)O'IJn '..
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are non-refundable after classes begin.BABYSITIING w *
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AVAILABLE FOR EVENING CLASSES. i r S&."S, .a
All classes FREE to comprehensive members of the BH Center for Health and Fitness. j .d

For more Information, call the BH Center for Health & Fitness at 964-4210. T.i-' and'30"!"J.fI03ting your 5 provJd.and 11p8hP "electric" .m.-Job s......s'

padded
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BH Center for Health and Fitness are And onlyop'iorlK
922 East Call Street graSS 12Uo
Starke, FL 32091 \ a
BH Center for Health and ".,, ((904)) 964-4210 \ .'I -|f f,55 pgrC
fitness It a member of Y" J and Rider
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301 South 964-4354 Across from Norman's MarketBeginning


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Friday I October 2.5 ,






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20010 Sit ntc70

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Scare AS AN ADDED BONUS
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'jot p v4c Y 20% Off All Fireplace Accessories



a py att ee" Hurry-While Supplies Last !


Choose from one of the largest selections of


ceiling fans in North Florida. -All 20% off. C


Prices start at! $28.00 & up.,


'Enhance.' the-look.. of- your home, as well. as saving on your heating


s bill. You have a choice of Silent flame or MacStove WoodburningStoves


All 20%,off!


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