Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ooC'k0" Bradford Cotltfjf

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The extended outlook Friday through Sunday July 31 through Th. Social Sc.n.. .. .. . .*4A -
August 2, Partly cloudy skies, with afternoon thunderstorms pro Public NolkM. . .. . .,.. .IA r
bability each day. Heavy rains and strong winds may be expected Sport. .. . . .. .5-10A I Ii I urn ,,P
near thunderstorms, and people are warned to seek shelter from 1 I r \
lightening. Temperatures a little lower, with highs of 94, and lows SECTION Si 12 fog.l I
in the 70's.Rainfall. Piano aM_..... .. ... . .. .IB .." I I' e
at the three Bradford County fire towers for the month of Pr-Doproulon D.re.. .. 2-4B
July has been: New River on SR-b OW, 9.87 in.; Santa Fe, on Hospital Dolay. .. .. .. .. ... 3B ,;'
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US-301S, 4.21 in.; Highlands, on US-301N, 3.M in. Nowi Irish -7S The __. ouawberries
The 30 year average rainfall has been June, 7.07 In., July, 7.99 CI.II''lflod Ad. . . .. 9-I1B "',0i : This Side of Heaven
in., Aug., 8.10 in. Area Death. . .. . . IIS 110th Year STARKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
2nd Issue Thursday.July 30. 1987 USPSM270Suum

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/ ".!9 Property Assessments Up $26,336,023 in I CountyThe

by Buster Rahn school board. It was a general In- raised in 1986, by decreasing the jority of the people attending the Appraiser...
Lib. Extends Hours... BCT Staff Writer crease in assessments resulting millage from 6.169 to 5.48 mills. meeting speak against a tax In- Bradford County Property Appraiser -
1987 property assessments have from an in-depth study by the crease. Jimmy Alvarez is completing
between Due to Santa the Library Fe Agreement Col- increased $ ,336,023 over 1986, In- Department of Revenue. Raising Taxes... The commissioners are com- his 11th year in office, and

lege and the Bradford Community County cluding $3.114,744 in new construction Rolled back millage is the amountof Taxing authorities are required by tern plating a one-mill increase for says the State Department of
to law to hold two public hearings priorto School board members Revenue has tightened rules and
Public Library the library is now according Property Appraiser levy required to raise the same 1987. approved
Alvarez. setting millage rates. In the first million tentative regulations from time to time
until 7 each Thursday. Jimmy amount of revenue for the taxing a $13 6 budget ,
open"Please visit p.m.and take advantageof The '87 tax roll totals $205,934,033 authority as was raised in the prior meeting, the taxing authority sets a Monday night, July 27, which includes decreasing the latitude of the local
our extended hours of up from $182,712,756. year. In other words $7.90 per thou- tentative budget and millage. The a 1.5 mill tax increase. appraisersettingpropertyvalues.When .
invites Librarian Arnold New construction is not includedin sand of taxable value will raise the second public hearing is provided to Alvarez entered the office
operation Weeks., computing the rolled back millage same amount for the board of county adopt the final budget and millage. Rolled back figures for the incorporated the Department of Revenue (DOR)
rate; therefore, the increase in commissioners in 1987, that 8.907 and pass a resolution setting the areas in the county are: made in-depth studies of property
Pop Warner... values of existing property, mills raised in 1986. final figures. Starke 2.45 mills down from 2.737; appraiser's office each 4 years. The
23221279. results In rolled back The taxing authority is not legally Lawtey 266 down from 3.066; cycle has been shortened to 2 years.
Registration for Pop Warner football millage of 7.90 for board of county The school board can raise the bound by persons attending the Brooker 1.08 down from 1.313 and
boys and girls is set at 10 commissioners and 5.48 mills for the same amount of money for 1987 as it public hearing even though the ma- Hampton 1.41, down from 1.67. (See Assessmentsp.3A>
a.m. Saturday. Aug. 1, at the new ,
Winn-Dixie parking lot.


State Church: Tourney... -- BHS Bids$1OO,000
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Slow Pitch Softball Tournament is ..e rneA -
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9 Football to 11 teams are Physicals.expected. .. t : r II!! ";_ 7 ._. __..... Too HighBids

Physical examinations to play
football at Bradford High are set at on the renovation of the
7 p.m. August 11 in the BHS field N f ia II ft auditorium at Bradford High came
house. iI] HI} L in $100,000 over the budget, Monday
Dr. Pete Gianas is going to give! -.J: July 27, disappointing school
the exams for $10 each. Or, playerscan Irwrrrrwatirrwrwrwwwrrw t 1.,1' board officials.
choose to go to their family ............. I" tJ J Architect Spiros Drives said State

doctor says Coach David Hurse. rr...errs ...e..... I......... ,. : I Department of Education rules added
................ er..nr.r iI about $51,000 to the project, and
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Free Meals... .. ->-....-......................... $445,000. The school board has a
Senior Citizens- and over special state grant of $400,000 to
renovate the auditorium.The .
Free meals. Suwannee River

Economic Council Inc. 134 South J. .,.... low bid of $489,000 for the en-
St., Starke serves a nutritionally tire project was submitted by
r rurrwr f11-V1r
balanced meal Monday-Friday, except -K F 41tN V Robert Kelly Construction Co. of
holidays. Gainesville. Robert Kelly is the son
r of retired tax collector J.R. Kelly of

Dance. Bradford County Kelly grew up
Square .. here and is a 1956 graduate of Bradford

Plus Level square dance instruction High School.
is available each Tuesday in D.E. Wallace Construction Co. of
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center Alachua bid 492000. Fannin Con
from 8.10 p.m., with Ken Perez struction Co of Macclenny bid
caller. For additional informationcall $531,000 andTriest Construction Co.
9647955. -- 1;: of Keystone Heights bid 541000. r
-- Architect Drivas says he has a

Call-in Program... I Historic Mitchell's Drugs Building is May Winner.... 'I 3 meeting, with Supt.set Monday Jim Duncan morning to discussthe Aug.

A morning call-in service to Carolyn and Bobby Autry owners" of Mitchell's Rexall Drugs acceptedthe through its round arched windows and window hoods. As the 20th cen- situation. Drivas points out the
assist senior citizens who are aloneis Bradford Improvement Award for May from the Chamber's Susan trury neared a number of the buildings which presently stand along Call project has to meet state construc-
offered by the Starke Police Faulkner, right chairperson of the Improvement Award Committee. Street were constructed.The Old Post Office building on the north side of tion codes.
Department, according to Chief Call between Thompson and Walnut Streets is thought to have been built Roofs at the entries must be
Jimmy Bowen.To Theulry's han recently repainted the front of the building in the around 1887. It has housed a number of businesses during its existence Including replaced the stage must be fixed for
become involved in the program IHSOH sljle. Attempts to remove the paint and expose the brick proved a drug store W.D. Miner's jewelry store professional office sound, and lights have to be bright
a citizen is asked to register futile KO the repainting project was undertaken as the Autry's sought to space for several prominent attorneys, and the Hart Furniture Company.The enough for students to read and a
with the Police Department then. improve the appearance of the building at 127 East Call Street, which was Autry's have a copy of an 1859 mortgage but don't know whether It sprinkler Plus must installed on
call in before 10 a.m. each day. once the. Post Office building and is a part of the Starke historic district was the property or the building. Carolyn's grandfather James Mitchell, the stage. the new sales tax on
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. wilt-. and U also on the National Registry of Historic Places as are all on her mother's side started Mitchell's in 1905. she says. services increases the price of the
check on those citizens who have buildings from the old courthouse to the railroad. Next door to Mitchells Drugs, on the corner of Walnut and Thompson. Is job by $20,000.There .
not called in If there is no answer The two-story building is distinguished by the decorative brick work on a one-time Starke livery stable which housed Slump's Dept. Store for is no use to do the project if
a police officer will visit the the second story of its facade and shows a definite Italianate influenceis years. a decent job cannot be done, Drivas
residence. says.
Chief Bowen reminds the public The painting an $11,000 item and ,.
that the service is available. an accoustical shell for the

No Job Job, No Skill.slots.. .. '.,Police Chief Race Only One in Starke Election, auditorium Drives reducing asks the who stage cost would 36000.could do However the be pain-cut,

available Corps-Training In health occupations are ting. And a good choral program
almost demands an accousticalshell.
plumbing welding" business, The stage ceiling would be
clerical, auto mechanic and other Bowen Paris RuleChief
Challenges on City Residency constructed differently if there is to
skills! for men and women ages 16 ;
through 21. be no shell Drivas points out.
Obtain a GED earn spending of Police Jimmy Bowen is 24. When qualifying Paris listed his was a councilman two years before A flyer brought to The Telegraph Drivas hopes the school board
money and savings money and challenging the qualifications of opponent address as 394 Weldon Street that and his opponent Michael office by Paris states...I presently come up with at least $40,000 can or
make a good life for yourself. Michael Howard Paris on the Starke. Pans entering politics for the first reside outsidehe city limits (but) $45,000 more.
Room and board clothing rounds Paris is not a resident of Qualifying closed at noon Friday. time, will be the only race on the we have purchased and are School board members said Mon

allowance, transportation medical larke.. ..' Three other city officers, whose ballot. remodeling a house in the city day night the board can pay the architectural
and dental care will be provided.For Chief Bowen. who has qualified to terms are expiring, have qualifiedfor Chief Bowen is basing his com located at 394 Weldon St." fees, freeing the entire
more information visit the 'succeed himself in the upcoming city re-election, without drawing op- plaint on the antiquated city charter Paris has been registered in the $400,000 for the project.
Job Service Office al 14JO: South election, told The Telegraph that position. They are Mayor- which was drawn by attorney Arch county since: June 1970. giving For-
First Street Lake City or phone he has entered a written formal commissioner Vernon Silcox Group Thomas, jr., many years ago and syth Road as his address. June 8. Main items In the auditorium
Irene Pearce .it 75.2-.iUI.: : complaint with City Clerk Ned 4. a 16 year veteran; Commissioner derives its authority from Florida 1987. he changed his address to 394 renovation are. the stage, the
Tucker. The clerk turned the com Charles Schaefer, Group 2, a 15-year statutes circa 1927. The city charter Weldon St.. automatically placing lighting a fire alarm system plus a
plaint over to City Attorney Terry veteran and City Clerk Neil appears to be specific regarding his name on the city's registration new electrical power source to han-
Brown who is expected to pursue a Tucker who is completing his third residential qualifications. It stales book. dle the increased demand for air-
court ruling. two-year term. Their names will not an officer must be a qualified elector conditioning.The .
Humane Society... Paris former Starke policemanand appear on the ballot in the Sept. 8 The charter also states a resident To Register...
riu- Bradford Humane 5iicu'tymeets now a sergeant on the Waldo election. must live in the corporate auditorim was built in 1954
> the first rhursda) of each police force entered the race for the Chief Bowen now completing his limits for six months to be able to City registration books are open and has always been poorly lighted,
month at 7':JO p m. in the First chief of police at 9 a.m. Friday July 14th year as police chief and who register to vote. through next Friday Aug. 7. with inadequate air-conditioning.:

Presbyterian Church, opposite the

:New cannbcrsueleome.! : New School Budget; Proposes 1.5 Mill Property Tax Increase .

A $1365 million tentative budget up some $1.5 million over the when the textbook budget is down 50 night and could not reassure the finance pupil services director-
Upcoming: .. has been adopted by the Bradford 12058.221 expended in 86-87. per cent from last year? board members. The principals: are vocational education, instructional
rhl' regular monlhlv meeting of school board and includes a 1.5 millproperly But school board members, who And Supt. Jim Duncan couldn't responsible for operating their support services computer services -
the Hr.nHonl ('hunt) Commission is! tax increase to buy seven saw the budget for the first time assure them the budget includes: school within the budget. printing community interest
M-I at !to::10 a In. :Monday. AUKI.. in new buses Monday night July 27, are uncomfortable those items. Supt. Duncan: told the Supt. Duncan's budget packet in- services, purchasing and
the hoard meeting room in the The first public hearing on the ten with the new spending bill. board he look requests from school cludes an over-all school budget a warehouse plus a $4.909,1(7
courthouse lallbudgel is set at 7 p m. Tuesday Does it.contain the items 'the board principals, who are charged with budget for each school plus the miscellaneous cost center. Comparisons -
rhl' monthly movling of the City Aug. 4. in the school administration heard are needed in the visits to operating the schools and did not school board the superintendent are made of what was
Commission of I 1..1...lev is set al building on N. Temple each school center? Will every student cut a single request. But most prin- director of personnel, director of
7';Ki p m :\1011....).. Aug' 3. in city Avenue in Starke. The 87.88 budget have textbook for each course cipals were not present Monday operations director of curriculum see School Budget..p.3A
rh" first Fuesd.i.v meeting of the

1'ilv hall 7.lo; p Commission m Tuesday of Aug Starke 4. in it> set city at Commissioners Eying. : One Mill Increase 2 Cents on Gas I

0.\ public hearing on the tentativehuahltel Getting serious, coming to terms Commissioners also discussed, crease the lax rate by one mill and The'Situation... budgets 01 the majority of courthouse
of the Bradford School with the proposed 1987.88 budget and but took no action on still not have rate higher than last officials.
Hoard i" set al 7 p m. Tuesday Mill facing deficit of 907908. It is becoming increasingly clear
a Increasing the county gasoline The board can't touch the tax col
Aug 4. in the Administration to the commissioners that the
Bradford County commissioners arelooking lax levy by two cents per gallon as year.Plus county lector's budget,which Is made up of
Building tin l'S-3UlN across from at increasing taU's.e is authorized by stale law and requires the board is counting on entire $907.908 deficit cannot be fees collected,said Farnsworlh.The
Bradford limn School. Meeting last Thursday night. July raising more revenue with an trimmed from the budget.
of will
only aole the commission property appraiser probably
.A public hearing un the proponvil -, '23. the commissioner cut $110.383 That would raise an estimated assessment for disposal of solid And the board spent the better slay at what the Department of
ordinance onrdicpiiHal .ntsolid. waste. part of an hour discussing with CPA '
from the proposed $4 S million $144.000 in new revenue. Revenue says he can as be did last
waste in Bradford (. at 1.' Farnsworth the lack of control the
l.uunl-II6.IIt1 y"Iwdget; by trimming five percent Adding one mill of tax Farnsworth said. The sheriff
Plus, always conservative Clerk year.
m Wetlnenday. Aug. 5. IAJhtf:: board has the budgets of the
{ over
p from the items the commission con which would bring in 209000. One Gab Brawn has predicted five percent who has said he won't appeal h4
hoard! meeting room in the four .,' trots in the budget fhe board also mill increase would leave the increase sheriff property appraiser and tax probably feel that since
: in county revenues
IhlMJiM asked Clerk Jib;, Brown to ask all millage rate the same as it was in which will help. collector. But they decided it Is only =to already approved that I
a The regular monthly meeting of fair to ask each officer to trim five
elected courthouse officialsthe
86-87. but an Increase: in property .ad as Is, the CPA sug.
the City Commission of Brouker is sheriff, tax collector percent from wherever the officer
property appraiser value would net the increase. The And Clerk Brown told the board gested.They.
set al 7-30 p.m. 1'Uftda). Aug i M.in ._ and supervisor of elections- county not including: the school there will be some carryover but he wants to.Lack can stand firm if they want
city hall, 'to also trim the five percent from all board or I 56.57property doesn't and have &
any municipality know how much yet. Clerk Control. to. they to.
a The regular monthly meeting of ..
items they can which CPA Pat tax rate was 8907. Themillage Brown told commissioners, And, they've done it as last
the City Commission of Hampton Is Farnsworth and county Finance: that will bring in the same however If they lake the steps CPA Pat Farnsworth explained to
set al 7 p m. rucsday. Aug 11. ineitv Director Esther Ellerson estimate the commissioners the board hass4hlt
amount of tax revenue as In 86-87 is outlined he can balance Uv 874D ift.e!' Cqmm fw'I
hall would cut another $7S.000. 7.93 'o, the commission ran in- budget. !1 c" tot:-y--, .

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2A TELEGRAPH July 30, 1987 .
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Aug. 5 Public HearingSet I' '-i fNt; .,

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commissioners spent a Winn-Dixie," said Carter.- I ARCH 4 b t ,r
couple hours July 21 going over the Clerk Gib Brown,quiet until then," f
second version of the proposed new suggested the board keep the rate
ordinance on disposal of solid waste structure as simple as possible. Appraiser I
with attorney Reggie Flynn.A Jimmy Alvarez has made .. tk
public hearing on the proposed the same suggestion several times. .I t M 4 K M
new county law is set at 7 p.m. "OK," said Chairman Lawrence I
Wednesday, August 5. Attorney Mosley, "We agree on the five basic .c
Flynn is to "fine tune" the proposedlaw categories?" i i t ,
prior to the hearing. .S. 'v, x
Fees,remaining to be established,
will be sent out in five basic Mandatory Pick-Up...
categories: residential, residential- To prevent garbage being thrownin n
multi-family, commercial, Industrial the woods,Commissioner Joe Rid- 4. nM
and public, commissioners dick suggested the county could Impose 4,
decided.Rates will be set in the formof mandatory garbage pickup. Y, I 8 a
a resolution so the new law won't The board talked it over,but madeno
have to be amended every time a such decision.
rate change is needed. "We're eat up with garbage
Establishing rates is turning out to thrown in the woods," Riddick said.If ,
be a problem with Solid Waste a person had to pay for garbage "I .
Supervisor Darrell O'Neal laid.up pickup whether he disposed of his :
with a bad back. O'Neal and Commissioner own garbage or not, there would be S
Joe Riddick, who is in no reason to toss garbage in the ,
charge of the county solid waste program woods, Riddick said. *e
this year,are supposed to sug- Mandatory pickup would close the
gest rates to the board. The rate set- five collection centers and eliminatethe
ting process is expected to take county having to hire five men to
many hours of working with lists guard the centers, Riddick pointedout. 1 s ,
supplied by Property Appraiser .
Jimmy Alvarez. It would mean yet another gar-
"We're making mountains out of bage charge, however- fee to have it I
mole hills, aren't we," asked Commissioner the garbage picked up and a fee for K it fV.'S
Maxie Carter after a disposal of the garbage.
lengthy discussion about how to Clay County just instituted man-
charge different sizes of businesses. datory pickup. The charge is $11.50 '
"All I don't want to see is a little one- per month at Kingsley Lake, said i t4V. ur'
horse operation paying as much as Commissioner Maxie Carter '

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before People the once right.believed It bad luck to put the left shoe on The Hungry Hound is April Winner...

Billy Dodd owner, and Marilyn Brooks, right,the manager,accept the name March 30. The Hungry House specializes In home-cooked food and''
Bradford Improvement Award for April for the Hungry House on t'S-301 offers a full menu. The restaurant Is open from 5 a.m.to t p.m. Monday- I,
south from Committee Chairperson Susan Faulkner. Thursday It Is open 24 hours a day Friday and Saturday, and closes at 2 I Ii
i Redecorated Inside and out the Hungry House reopened under the new p.m. Sunday. :

Plumbing WARREN'S& Elec. Servicescan I. Last Acre Ceremony to- Observe Soil- -- Survey I

help with those badly by Fletcher Stephens photo atlas sheets and is available in' and participate in the ceremony"says sion; Lawrence Mosley. Chairman.
District ConservationistThe reference form until the final Joe Reichert chairman of the 1:35 "The Last Acre" Soil
v needed Home Improvement I publication is prepared.To Bradford Soil and Water Conserva- Survey, Bradford Co. History of
Soil Survey of Bradford Coun- commemorate the Soil Survey tion District office, (964-6280). Soil Survey: How Soil Survey was con-
Projects 1 ty,which began about four years ago completion a "Last Acre surveys provide basic land resource ducted and use of soil interpretations -
has been completed by the Soil Ceremony" sponsored by the Bradford data for land use decisions for; ; David A. Dearstyne, Party
Scientist's team directed by Dave Soil and Water Conservation agriculture, conservation practices, Leader; SOU Scientist, USDA Soil
F1 CALL TODAY Dearstyne, Party Leader with the) District will be held 1:30 p.m. erosion control, irrigation water use Service; Dr. Mary E. Collins, Professor
Soil Conservation Service. Accor- August 3 at the Agricultural plans,community development suchas ,Soils Dept., Univ.of Florida;
ding to Dearstyne the county's Building in Starke. Various local, septic tank placement, industry, Glenn Bissett, Chief, Bureau Soil
187.000 land acres have been mapped state and federal agencies will have\ and forestry. and Water Conservation,
964-723O Days 964.4799 Evenings and soil data recorded on aerial representatives available at the]! The following Program is planned. Gainesville; Jim Mitchell, State
ceremony to present details of thesoil 1:30 Welcome and Introduction of Conservationist, USDA, SCS.
survey and importance to Guests; Joe Reichert, Chairman 1:45: -Soil Brad-
growth and development of Brad Bradford Soil and Water Conservation ford County Fletcher Stephens,
-I** ford County. District. District Conservationist. USDA,
I "The public is welcome to attend 1:33 Bradford County Conunis- SCS; Bobby Taylor Count.. Agent, I

Drive'The Value-Packed Commissioners I I

from Page I A) doesn't see how 'the board can cut visor Neva Flynn had trimmed
Ford elsewhere and not ask the constitu- $2,300 out of a very tight budget.
year," CPA Farnsworth explainedto tional officers to do the same. CPA Farnsworth and Finance Officer -
the commission. It's only fair that the officers cut Esther Ellerson estimated the
the same amount as the board, courthouse officials can trim around
What is Fair...? pointed out Chairman Mosley. $75,000 out of the budget U they
Commissioner Riddick said he So, the commissioner Instructed choose to cooperate wits the commission
Terwillegar Motors Clerk Brown to notify the courthouse and make the five percent
officials in writing to trim five per cuts where they can.
STARKE cent from all the items they can. What to Do...?
Some items, such as salaries and
About 10 two hours Into the
benefits set by law, cannot be cut.
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 And, the board said the officerscan special budget session Chairman
FORD FESTIVA L Walter/ F. Mont, Pastor trim wherever they prefer,leaving Mosley asked, "Well what"do you
want to do with this
with u*
We Invite you to the money where they think It la
"Let's bear :
Nook Chairman
ule"d' HunerySol. most necessary and trimming where
Mosley .
...... Selloo' IOMorning elll they can spare or wait on something. the "
Worship 1 1fwnfng Clerk Brown pointed out that hey chairman, not me,
Sonrlca . . aparh ,. I had trimmed ( e,IOO out of his Norman replied.
. 7,30_: t reserve and (,hat ejections super-. Clerk Commissioner Brown where Joe the Riddick board would asked

be If the commissioner added one
mill in taxes and increased the county
: gasoline tax by two cents per
gallon. Commissioner Ifaxle Carter
S r We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call Stree asked What would you do if the
jthe FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH; from 9 a.m.J board did that?
'7'c 'r4 j 5 'vM p Jump with Joy," said Clerk
(until 1:30: p.m. to better serve our customers. BId.

PECIAL FOR JULY & AUGUST: ''ISO But the veteran clerk cautioned
the board about Increasing: taxes two
tegular Price of any Hearing Aid With this ac mills which the board could do
before reaching: the maximum of 10
ralnosville Hearing Aid Cente mills. Two mills would fill the
meeting room with, protestor,
1OO3 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville Brown warned VA;>
balanceclerk said, howeVer b could
376-OO95 : budget with tiMt2DOooo

> W. Mfvx. all mad** and .......... al hooting axh. Also wo how baltork. tax from and one the mill ofaddiUonal property
9144.000 raised by the
.olobt H s n n two
cent of additional taxV
You get all this equipment gasoline.There to already four cents
standard: per gallon of county tax on gasoline.

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July 30, 1987 TELEGRAPH Page 3A

Gas Prices Continue to Climb, I ,


Up 2 cents/gallon in Past Monthby I c m4

Joe GissyBCT to $1.019 at others. was found in Port where 1 HIEA ED t
Staff Writer Prices at stations selling major unleaded gasoline averaged $1.446.
Gasoline prices have risen again brands are somewhat higher. There, I The lowest average price was foundin
this week, having increased two prices at the self service pumps Tallahassee where self serve
cents per gallon at most locations. range from 89.9 cents to $1.029 for regular averaged 865 cents per
Prices for regular grades at the regular, 99.9 cents to 1.129 for gallon. SUPS UNIE DED ,.
cut-rate self service stations have unleaded, and $1.159 to 1.229 for The full service user will pay from
gone from a low in the early springof premium unleaded. At the full service 25 cents to 30 cents more per gallon
81.9 cents per gallon to 87.9 cents island, look for prices of $1.159to than the self-service patron. .1
now, and the prices for regular $1.249 for regular, $1.209 to $1.299
unleaded have kept pace, from a low for unleaded, and $1.259 to$1399 for Statewide, gasoline prices have
of 83.9 cents early in the spring, to premium unleadedThe jumped by 13.1 cents per gallon solar
89.9 cents at the present time. The Miami office of the American In 1987, and the AAA predicts
premium unleaded grades are priced Automobile Association (AAA), prices will increase by another 6 xI
from 99.9 cents at a few locations reports the highest average price cents per gallon by late September. I l
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I School Budget i el ,Y' J t f '

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budgeted in 86-87 by cost Yes, Duncan said, it seemed a good Back to Books... .' rarti :aYou're

what was actually spent, and idea to distribute the costs among "I want every student to have ,. .
proposed to be spent in 8788. the schools. The state cut the tex- ._.':"i "? '
Hall '
"I've been through this tbook allocation, Duncan said. one, said Chairman going '. .-1'.. ', ,: .:,: '-",
back to the textbook situation. Providing .... ". 'I" -; .
number of times," said Supt. "You've given more authority to textbooks is a basic -- .. ... ...- ... .. -" ,
can, who has worked on the the principals. Do we direct
ques- board Hall noted.
philosophy of the ,
bill the past few weeks. tions to them, or you," Schlofman Supt. Duncan pointed out that Paying More at the Pumps...

budget contains a reserve ask. "To me and I'll ask them," money could be transferred to buy Timothy Potts fill up at the Handy-Way Store on "to get away from the big city." He Is a correctional I officer
$253,000, compared to $ said Supt. Duncan. textbooks if needed, Supt. Duncan SII-I6 Starke on his way to work Monday morning at II, and has been at the New River facility for four I
year, Duncan noted. said. the New River Correctional Institution. Potts Is a years. Potts buys all his gasoline at various self-serve
Each school is given a No Reaction... "I hope you and the principals are native of Jacksonville but came to Starke 10 years ago station.
to budget for school level "We never hear back," said board well armed" to answers\ questions I
supplies, capital outlay, member Schlofman.If about textbooks said, Schlofman.The .
long distance phcne service the budget is overspent, the school board does not know if Starke Lodge
repair and maintenance of board doesn't know until an amend- enough money has been budgetedfor To the citizens of Starke:
tracted equipment items : ment comes through, he pointed out. textbooks, the board members
typewriters and copiers), Board member Evelyn Chastaingot said. Ruler NamedJohn
and activities, and travel. out her list from the school visits, "If a teacher or parent comes to
amounts are1Elvm.ntory : and asked if several items were in and he doesn't have a textbook Nolan of Keystone Heightshas I thank for let-
me says sincerely
. . .$53p. the budget. Supt. Duncan said he I'm to look at for been acknowledged by incoming you
going you
Middle School . .$63 per didn't know, that the principal would the said Schlofman. Grand Exalted Ruler Ted Cal Scott,
High School . . .$75 par have to answer.Is "And, I'll have it," replied Supt. of Paris, Tennessee, to serve as Exalted ting me continue to serve you as
A K-6 English series the board rewarding principalsfor Duncan. Ruler of Starke Lodge 1802.
purchased tor every school. staying within a budget, Schlof Board member Evelyn Chastain Having attended the Grand Lodge your City Clerk; .
per FTE (fulltime man asked. That has never been it decided to get convention in Atlanta, Georgia, dur-
dent unit) is placed at the done in the 21 years he's been in the questioned the English why series was this year. Duncan ing the week of July 5 through July 9, I will continue to serve. you to
level for textbooks. school Duncan said. John is now recognized as a voting
system, But said the principal decided to get
Vocation units were Duncan added, the principals talked everybody an English book and to member of the Grand Lodge of the the best of ability.
Benevolent and Protective Order of my
$2,100 staff unit at schools and decidedto
per about that this summer buy no social studies texts this year.
programs are located. allow! carryover funds in some Board member Jimmy Scott said Elks.
you1"I. The Benevolent and Protective
A philosophy of allowing items, such as supplies. he is not comfortable with the
('enter administrators ( ) Chairman Rodney Hall asked theprincipals' budget. Scott asked if teachers had Order! Elks was founded February
16, 1868 and the Starke Lodge was thanks
to forward unexpended Many
carry requests had been cut. input into budget planning. If the ,
chartered 13 1950. Its)Charter
July ,
from their supply money has "I did not cut one request," said,, planning went all the way down to
agreed to by the Exalted Ruler was the Honorable Neil L. Tucker
Supt. Duncan. the teachers, Scott said he'd acceptthe Charley E. Johns, Former Governorof
Utilities were budgeted on a budget as the board's. Florida.
year average plus five percent Figures Can Change... The board wants to be able to
can said. to defend the
answer questions
The figures in the tentative budgetcan
said Chairman Hall.
Building Projects.!' .. change substantially, if the budget,

Included in the f 13.65 board Duncan decides pointed they out. need to, Supt. Teacher Salaries... Q aoo on I

budget is $374,000 in "We can manage this money in Supt. Duncan pointed out Brad-
jects: different ," said Supt. ford teacher salaries are about at
Salaries for many Duncan, trying ways to reassure the the bottom in the state"We've The Lowest Liquor Prices In
maintenance personnel, $ board. got to do something about
Vo-Tccli rc-roolmg, $ teacher salaries or we won't be able
said it
Chairman Hall he thought Florida Are Here At Jew.
Three ..
portables, 45000. would be a good idean to have a to get teachers," Duncan said. .
Vo-ag classroom wall .
series of meetings at each cost Contract negotiations have just .
$40,000) center about what is in each budget.No begun with the teacher's union The l t
BMS conditioning, $ ,
such meetings were set,. union has'made an offer on salaries .
.Parklnl! and access however said negotiator Dewey McKinney
$2JOffl:. ) There are a lot of things to get settled PRICES GOOD THRU
BUS science lab. $12.000 Budget Big Job... prior to taking up the salary WED. AUGUST 5th
New school buses, 115000.: said
issue, McKinney AT OUR STARKE
"It's one heckuva job, said Supt
The Discussion... Duncan of the budget preparation."I with The the second Bradford bargaining Education session _4 LOCATION ONLY. $

natural butt
It's an excellent document, oil preparing have worked this,"my said Duncan. Association is set this Friday The BACARDI .. chenleq
hoard members told Supt, board ended its lengthy meeting in a
Board members assured the
But the questions| came appreciated the closed session to discuss bargaining PUERTO RICAN 80VODKA _
superintendent they
Hoard member Len as allowed under Florida ,
strategy pklxeL
asked, ..You put (' document, and that it is an excellent law rumAMBER =

lIu'ulh! the budget, didn't job.


Assessmentsfrom k 'l LITER j' 949iji I 1PV

( Page IA) realtor commissions,attorneys fees, employees. 33.801.

An in-depth review consists of etc. New Construction... a
DOR field appraisers being sent into Complaints... tnllJul) 7" .
the county with randomly selected The property appraiser's conser- New construction does rot go on -
lists of in several the tax roll until January of the year fJ
property vative approach to assessments has ) ; 9\'Qm's =_
following completion. For that
categories, single family dwellings, resulted in minimal complaints to J
the new Winn-Dixie complexwill IT4D1'1j _
multi-family units, commercial, his office. When a taxpayer comes in reason =
agricultural,vacant acreage and va with a complaint regarding an not be until assessed January 1 for, 1988 improvements ::Gift ......

cant lots. assessment, the property appraiser, New construction on this year'stax IMPORTEDLAUDER'S ::':._ -.: LORD
1987 was Bradford County's year or a staff member, sits down with _
for an in-depth DOR study, with field him and reviews the assessment and roll consisted largely of two --=- 'A. y
appraisers examining more than 200 explains all the factors which go to apartment complexes, one in CALVERTCANADIAN.
Lawtey, and one near Keystone .,
parcels. Appraisals by the field ap- make it up. Any error found in an
Heights, the ChryslerPlymouthbuilding
praisers are compared with proper. assessment Is corrected at that SCOTCH
ty values set by the local property point.If and a manufacturing plant .

appraiser, and new levels of assess- not satisfied, the taxpayer may near Hampton. 1.75 LITER 1.75 UTCRREGULAR
ment are determined. The property petition the board of adjustment, 2.5 Mills Will Cost... .1300. S...2ot.rro..o .
appraiser and his staff then review which Is composed of 3 county com- '
ail property in the county, based on missioners, appointed by the chair- Should both the county and school 1249'
the new level of assessment, and man of the board, and 2 school board board follow through with their planned .
make adjustments accordingly. members. The decision by the boardof property tax increases totaling
"Appraisals are always tied to the adjustment is final, subject onlyto 2.5 mills, it will cost a property r
market, but the market is not being overturned by: the courts. owner an additional $2.50 for each
fixed," said Alvarez. In citing varia- Alvarez's office, with 11,206 real $1,000 of assessed taxable value.
tions in the value of property estate parcels and 1,349 personal 2.5 mills additional levy would
Alvarez said many things enter into property accounts, averages 2 to 3 result in an increase of $62.50 on a
the amount a person is willing to pay complaints going to the board of ad- $50,000 home, providing the owner
for a specific parcel. He gave an example justment each year. qualifies for the $25,000 homestead M L:' ar,,

of a person that had recently The property.appraiser has three exemption.Ge&fom Irr.IAI .
sold a home in a high market area, 1 DER'S :'
upon coming into Bradford County .
might be willing to pay considerablymore Home Builders d1.r Mr.y YIELD
than the appraised value for a t fl
similar size home, since he is conditioned \Z
to higher prices.
Building or RemodelingBaths

Sales Prices...
Alvarez said real estate rarely Kitohans ....-...Room

sells for the appraised value, or less,
because assessments usually lag a or Come See Our New Log-Sided Homeor

are the made market for built-in, and costs adjustments Re-Roof Your Home c Rte- 11IIIII

of selling the property, such as
Call 964-7230 or 964-4799 Eves. California Ta&kWines. A. LIGHT

"There's nothing :.t' 12 oz. 12 /I 99

wrong with my CAN Pfl-

hearing!" Need Insurance for your home, 3 101.LInK....

Heard that one before? mobile home car life or boat? 99 I
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You obobIy ha. Mil o long Urn.r.ohr.lhry' how a hmilng' p>ofcl.m.
:II com..n.happen. ....gradually h> II: You I Than know rtwy ih. ..think..'....lh In..v laud can Call met! -. -. 7J _
'&..Nlan.. Ih.cuppMi.af and.oh,.., th.u....- I have the right -
ding Irt"Whol'd dIHIcull you la llv.: 'with? a h.of Ing low wh.I... C needs.
.. .... for all
Ir.yours r.lor.d" an. You don'l hov. Mollhearing : your
1 lou.1 eon b.holfMd, oswuwts i _
Corn.yMITCHELLS m4 f! l _
Monday, AimtrtOrJfill ., ., I I
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In. New Wlnn piShopping .'. .Inunoa Cwfuy
WTW W WTIfOJ : Or. AItatWllluutaasCa0.an,
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Magic Cure Was Bottled in Starke

During Patent Medicine Craze of 1880s

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Powell's magical cure, and purchased the
Not to be outdone by the big northern The East Florida Courier one several patent rights to Wild Orange Syrup.It .
manufacturers. Starke had its own home- small newspapers that sprang up in Starke
bottled patent medicine in the 1880s. It was during that period (in addition to The was announced that 15,000 bottles
sold under the inviting label"Dr.Powell's Telegraph), carried the following news would be "put up" at once, with plans to
Wild. Orange Syrup,"and was described as item in its issue of April 11. 1888.announc- place it on sale throughout the country.
Nature's Own Remedy"... and "The ing Dr.Powell's invention and the fact that Unfortunately, wild oranges as well as
Great Blood Purifier". s "... it is now being manufactured right cultivated ones, were killed by the freezes
here in Starke by that prince of good that devastated Florida citrus in the 1890s
The inventor one of SUrke's early fellows. Dr. J. H. McBrayer, of Shelby so Starke's patent medicine probably
physicians. Dr. Tate Powell recommended a N.C., who came to Starke during the past disappeared from the market before it hada
it for blood poisoning of aU kinds winter." chance to cure all the ailments in the
various skin diseases, rheumatism, sick U.S.A.
headache, kidney and liver complaints HanlilllCiferrt According to the Courier reporter. Dr.
dyspepsia, loss of energy malaria, and McBrayer.'on a visit to Starke. "saw at Although patent medicine ads made interesting
the best female remedy on earth."A han once that an untouched fortune" awaitedthe reading in the old newspapers of
dy thing, no doubt to have in the family $lJ1I... manufacture and development of Dr. that era, other types of advertising were
equally interesting.
medicine cabinet.

Sharing space with the medicine
the professional cards were the \ F
etJiTORiA1S of local merchants, frequently run
one around the turn of the century, '
trast to the practice in recent ORANGfc *
newspapers reserve page one ,
I news.

One of the most noticeable
was the lack of Christmas biggest bargain _
famIliar to readers
; television etc.. so
Provides Time advertising as we know it today. It been a 'catch today
Budget Hearing all uncommon now for stores to
ging Christmas merchandise as In 1914 the adventurous local firm October, but In the old days they finally began pro- Johnson & Anderson announced the :laun-
For Public To Speak Up heard of the "do your shopping trade, around 1910, ching of an "auto livery" service in Brad-
slogans and rarely advertised offered Dining Chairs ford County. Here are the advertised rates
goods earlier than the Rockers, $2.20; trunks, for road trips by auto: To Hampton, 1
December. Many never ; ,$1.65 to$9.50; safes, passenger $1.50; round trip, $2. Two
County commissioners are faced with can write his own ticket, anywhere in Christmas in their advertising at ; Shirts, 58 cents to 85 passengers to same town, $2; and round
county budget requests that exceed an- the nation, because it is a national pro- Prices in contrast with those of 90 cents to $1.95; and trip for two, $3. To Raiford, $3; round trip,
ticipated revenues by nearly a million blem. were ridiculously low, and 40 cents. $4. Two passengers round trip to Lake
dollars. was keen among merchants for Butler cost $6. "Special rates on parties.
has trade there was. Our modern"price was still a dollar. The Car handled by careful drivers." This last
Every item in the budget -
supporters are nothing new, for in the Issue of opened a new statement indicates that even in 1914 there
They are also faced with solid waste who are saying, "Don't cut this 3, 1883 we find L. Witkovski, in dollar lots. here's were traffic problems probably .occasioned -
disposal the cost unknown at the mo- item." Starke merchant, advertising "8 buy of 20 tomatoes pounds of by frightened horses.

ment, but which may run a half million good Rio Coffee for a dollar', ; cans 14 of milk ;25 6
; cans ;
store at Mill (one mile "Electric Telephones" were advertised
dollars next year, and even more, when Commissioners will attack the budget town was Temple's offering 9 pounds of 10 cans of peaches. in The Telegraph as early as 1895. They
the landfill is closed, and a new one problem again tonight in a fourth at- $1.00. This same establishment ( had a dollar in those were: "Sold outright, no rent no royalty
opened, in about two years. Even if the tempt to get a handle on the problem. kerosene oil at 25 cents per gallon. ) Agents make from$5 to$50 per day. Works
11 cooperating counties join in a Everyone who has an idea for controlling Boneless ham was selling for 13 same year Mr. J. C. any distance. Never out" of order, no
repairing, lasts a lifetime. (We wonder >)>
regional landfill, the cost will be stag cost should attend the meeting, and pound. go out of the grocery
gering. be prepared to tell the commissionerswhich Sales, even in those days, were offered these choice Entertainment in the city 40 years ago
the merchandizing picture, an
items to cut or eliminate. They prietors were unusually honest in : 121.2 cents per lb.; was a rarity consisting of an occasional
cents per lb.; Sirloin home talent show. Here ad
movie is an
will appreciate help. ing why they sold their goods
your lb.; Matches, 4 cents that shows what was in store for the
\\'Itat to do?... sacrifice. None, however, thought of tomatoes,8 cents; pleasure seeker in those days ((1910)
Should the commissioners roll over On Raising Taxes... ter reason than J. M. Alvarez when per lb.; Three Thistles
nounced in the
and play dead? Should they raise taxes Rolled back millage, being reduced to Telegraph a and frankly July : cents; Shoes,60 cents "The Spencer Amusement Company of I

as they have the legal right to do? 7.9 mills this year, will allow commis- money and must have it. This is ; cents. Starke,and Fla. wishes to announce and that ,on ,
Friday Saturday at 6-30 7-30 each
to increase ad valorem taxes 2.1 for For the life of county was voted dry
Should they "bite the bullet" and tell sioners reason selling. evening, there will be the best moving picture :
mills without a vote by the citizenry. 7.9 can't think of a better one, can you wine ads were pro- :
department heads and constitutional officers In 1895 C. M. at the Electric Theatre that has ever
to cut their expenditures to fit mills equates to. $7.90 per $1,000 of advertised In 1895 this"a good same pair pioneer of pants" Rye Whiskey at $2 to$5 been shown in this city. At the beginning "
Mr. Spencer will 10 minute lecture
revenues? assessed value.Commissioners. cents. Maybe that's why he Mountain Dew Corn was give I
Pabst Blue Ribbon on Foreign countries, also show a numberof
five later
years beautiful and instructive slides This
If you were a commissioner, what have legislative To give you an idea of the a dozen small Trade bottles.A will be followed by motion pictures such as I
: "Jug
those here's
would you do? authority to raise gas taxes an additional quarter Acme Mfg.in Company days of Essex, would attract your whole family. Admission -
two cents per gallon, again, fered to send Telegraph readers (remember?) 10 cents." I
Where' would you cut budgets? without a vote. They can also raise sales bits in 1886': "One dozen sheets of for a nickel For rent and for sale advertising was not
taxes by one percent, for capital improvements paper, one dozen envelopes, one as we know it to- as common in the early 1900's as rt .is today
but this method for steel pen one gent's golden pen, ,. Automobiles did not but there were enough to give an idea I
Commissioner Lawrence Mosley has raising rolled gold ring,one Dixon lead use until World War I of the low cost of living back then. For in .
pointed out that commissioners really revenues requires a favorable vote by Faber's pencil rubber, one sheet no Ford or Chevrolet stance'
control less than 50 percent of county the population.Now paper one rolled gold plated collar small town paper's FOR RENT houses one $6 and' one$8 (
expenditures the remainder being and last but not least one set of Nor was there any of per month. (Sept. 23.1910)I)\
mandated the factors for the biggie. Commissionersare cuff buttons." Each item, the appliance advertising FOR SALE: barrels good s>'rup at 35! I
by legislature or
air condItioners cents (Same date)
sisted was worth 'l. If so. this per
beyond their control. authorized by the legislature to levyan !
assessment for services, without a

The county health insurance for vote and this is the methodology they Constitution Plans for Bicentennial !

employees is costing more that $200 per plan to use for funding solid waste

month, with the county picking up approximately disposal later this year. No firm figuresare .
$80 each, per month. Clerk decided on, but talk so far indicateIrom Tentative plans for a "Red pasture'J All churches in the county will t>e.aJttd
$50 to $100() household Blue" celebration on to help pUblicIze) the Const itut ion Bicentennial
per per year.
iih Brown believes the cost is going
Sept. 17. were set in motion at a through their bulletins and in special
even higher. Should commissioners cut the Bi-Con Constitution announcements of coming events
this item? Neither the commissioners nor the committee Thursday.July 23. This
MarjorIe Thomson chairman of
two county officers have much control scheduled for Thursday. Sept. 17, and beautification music
calls attention to :the
There is a 5 percent salary increase over this situation since solid waste: display of red. w" hue,and blue flours now.
costing $160,000 for county employees in disposal is a problem world wide, but Featured in this tribute to the a' blooming in the landscaped parking Jut irf

I the budget requests. Should commissioners more especially, in the United States. ago the Constitution will be a dramatic at Philadelphia SFCC planting Starke of patriotic-colored Center and encourages flowers the un

( deny the raise? Are county students of Santa Fe Community borders and yard plantings in keeping"with
employees overpaid? The question remains: If you were a Starke Center, under direction of the Constitution Bicentennial
commissioner, what would you do? O'Conner.Other features Include School
Superintendent Jim Duncan at.
choral fireworks
music, a -
The/ county pays indigent care for military planes skydiving, free planning school activities promoting
hospital patients running in excess of Come to the meeting at 8 p.m. tonight and Cokes and other patriotic ?_ various homeroom presentations on the
SlixuMM) per year. Anyone who can come i Thursday, July 30)) in the courthouseand Constitution and a Red. White and Slue
day this fall.
up with a plan to curtail this expense, let your voice be heard. Intensive efforts will be made to and the Bill of Rights.
message of the Constitution to contests for students WIll More activities will. be announced .at.
school student in the county wIth through the school plans develop.

Increased Local Effort May Get

More State Funds for School Board. Forestry in

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Thirteen Bradford school buses are Supt. Duncan reckons the $285.000 the Can Be Forester

over 10 years old and have over 100,000 1.5 mills will bring in will be at least Landowners and ranchers who during harsh weather

miles on them. Ace mechanic Edwin doubled because the state will give the tle and grow timber together can

Vickery has been keeping them going! district more money for making a bet- their income through multiple-use benefits from cattle
but there's a limit to most everythingwe ter effort. woodland. Florida's seasonally than a 20 to
know of. flatwood forests produce useful The cost to you of Its a
during the first five to six years for is at

Supt. Jim Duncan wants to buy seven Plus, there is a real need for new pine planting. Before the tree fence. grazing
school buses. The state allocation to the closes and shades out the grasses 5YearBirthday
new buses this year to update the aging Bradford district for new buses is can make use of this forage and a well kept pasture of
licet. The school board set a policy heavy accumulations of hazardous flatwood grasses would
years ago of buying three new buses 20000. A new 66-passenger bus costs brush. feed.

each year. Under that plan and with 30 over $30,000 now. The benefits of woodland grazing may also result with
buses no bus would be older than 10 less competition for the young populations. In some BasBecaiue I i.
years. The board needs 13 buses. Supt. Dun- reduced fire hazard, and ( pay up to f7.SO
can proposes to buy seven with the 1.5 come potential through/ the sale of for hunting rights./
But the buses have usually been the mills. The other six are already being
When be stressed that only
hrst thing cut out when the school board purchased. the grassy understory of a will wildlife our Conatitu-
pine forest grazed increase
luund itself short of money. The bus limber can be produced properly on the woodland, will tion I* to Important to
licet has been allowed to age. Three new bus routes are being added ,quail and cattle! us. Americana will take
this term to alleviate long runs, and kids Not continuous grazing, but the Southern Journal five year to celebrateits

Under Florida law the school board is being picked up so early and dropped off area grazing for that short places periods few and cattle will on a' points to the potential 200th birthday!

allowed to levy an additional 1.5 mills of late. better quality and more productive ) )Kind' The Bicentennial
property tax (or buying equipment or to of perennial grasses. Since cattle management cattle Commission will focus

huild. The Bradford board has never Expenditure: of the 1.5 mills extra is perennial grasses more of the (.inflow\ nt-rs economic of I ho South.ilt T- m a different part of the

levied that extra 1.5 mills but. this yearis restricted to what is advertised. This wildlife' prefer for will' better remain.hunting Also fitreM Kra/mg is letter Constitution' history

proposing to do so. year it is buses.A property.Because opportunities, comparable M/C in the during each of these
important ad\ 1nt.Iet', ol years:

Main reason is, the school !board public hearing is set for 7 p.m.Tuesday of woodland grazing. : and livestock manage 1997 The writing and
be than when
members have been told the district Aug. 4. in the school administration reduce the amount of ground other can is grown Sound" signing of the Constitution -
won't get any more "turkeys." such as building on N. Temple Ave. in Starke. competition that will" encourage lt'mt'nl will enable lan

the $400.000 to remodel the BHS Come on down and have your "say" growth" ... fund U-niaiil.t in the ISM The ratification

auditorium, unless the district is doingall Woodland grazing should be .' tunmIC fiber production of the Constitution
it can to raise its own funds. This about the board's plan. It's a big step to part-time supplement to fertilized forest". 1983. formation of

>ear. Bradford got one of the lowest levy the 1.5 discretionary mills, a step our federal government

percentage increases in school funds in the school board has for years been 1990 The writing of
the state. Supt. Jim Duncan has said reluctant to take. Our hat is off to this the Bill of Right

Duncan thinks it is because the districthas school board for having the courage of 1991 The ratification

not been levying the discretionary its conviction. I ?f of the Bill of Right

1.5 mills. Union and Baker counties
have benefited from levying these funds Let's tell the school board Aug. 4

for several years. whether we're with them or not. People bel....* M a fly lands on your now somebody has something to t4 you.

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July 30, 1M TELEGRAPH .....1...

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Starke Stars 2nd Seed

At National TourneyBy

f which includes an 11-4- record
T ::: I BCT Staff Writer against other youth teams in the
% The Starke Stan (Senior Boys) area. The only losses,came in
\ leave town today by charter DIM finals of two tournaments in Moultry
\-'r 1 headed for Albany. Georgia and the aDd Tifton.*'*ifm&m.
.n 13th Annual Boy' 18 and under The Stan take a hefty SO. team
Junior Olympic Slowpitch ASA Na- batting average into the tournament. -
'. tional Championships. .aDd are souring of
r- The Stars will be carrying plentyof ..4 runs per game and are allowing
lv fans with them in their quest for the opposition 7 A per game.
| the national title and plenty of experience The tournament begins T1a 'sday.
in the tournament as welL July 30th with a big opening
I 12 players from last year's State ceremony with all of the teams with
Championship team are back, giving their state flags and team bbaia ers.
: Manager Jerry McGrUf virtually Local updates will be broadcast by
everyone back from last years WPXE inchKling first game times
: squad which finished third in the nation and succeeding game times. well.
1 in 1986 and a total of 1018yearolds 38 teams are entered in the
f t
t l v J who are playing in their final tourney from 17 states and four
r ll 1(1I ''i season. metro areas including' three of the
"We've had some fine practice top four finishers 19BC-top seeded
E l' aup qk sessions in the pat few weeks and Satellite Beach second seeded
we're ready to go." Coach McGriff Starke and third seeded B and G
said. "The guys are really fired Tire from Jasper Indiana.
this year. We hope we can take it all Last :years' champion Pasadena
? but we will have to play our best Lakes .. not returning having faile
there plenty of very tough teams in to make it out of the state level tins
xI 4.. w f the event, any one of which could aeatIOII.
ft take it all." Two other top Florida teams are
The 1987 Stars have played 60 the Miami Bandttos and the Chip-
,. n .. games this season for a 38-22 record monks from OeLand.
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Starke Stars Ready for Nationals...

llhr Stews aw Beaded to Albany Georgia for the National 18 and under In the rear: Coach Hiram Chappell David Hamilton David Williams,
Mftftotf ttimpionHliip v where they finished third in the nation last Tim Lewis Eric Nazworth, Ron Brown, Randall Polk, Gary Wise and Christopher Columbus made four trips to Use New Worid
Manager Jerry McGriff. between 1492 and 1504. He explored many parts of the
fke..iAl t.right on the front row: Coach Robert Kitchens, Jamey Not pictured: Daren Allen, Jamey Carver, Billy lleavner, Johnny Caribbean but never one set foot In what is now called
0'rIM;. wee: }- Bowenv Ron Thomas II, Timmy Seeley, Kirby Joe Jackson, John Stanwix-llay.Justin Williams and Allen Wood. the United States.
UHhOttM and Brad Green.Starke .

Jr. Stars Earn


Trip With Strong FinishBy

I.r.5 tt..attee a triple, Donnie Francis and Eric
SfrmJaA to.the Telegraph Traugott, 2 for 2, Jamie Bowen and
'IIbrlt.ldArJW1JOJt: advanced Devin Jackson 1 for 1.
On tee mIftIlOys Nationals to be held
m Cfrrflumv, Ala arnll:: this weekend Stars 19, Rebels 4...
) 3i.:3L Aue.ll.2; TheJunIor The Starke Junior Stars bats came
Sttas! nU&wdl second! in! the State alive against the Ormond Beach
Otaoraianalbn tournament held inPtHrtatiM Rebels with a 22 hit attack to win 19
!IIMtIbr; 11III JW.)'I3\. to 4.
Leading hitters were: Jamie Bowen
6n. Stars 3_ and Kevin Boone, 3 for 3, with Kevin I' 1 r r
Bn game one the Starke Junior hitting a triple and scoring 4 RBI's. rk+r tl
Stars! dlmp_ a defensive game to Dwayne Allen, Dwight Allen and
1"ImtIa00III1'U.! : Devm Jackson each had 2 for 4,scor- _gJlf gft r r; I' .
Utte Jtamoir Stars limited Planta- ing 3 runs each,Daryl Gnann for 2, 1j rL # a r r
IbmIIID onl)' SHUT bits; but three er- Jamie Whitehead a home run scor- rv
lIU1ISimtftrlbulrtma: owed Plantation ing:2 rune N
ttBB HWlJJIIIP3Ib ,lladof B-0 and The game started with the Rebels
mat lead!oB 4-1 over the Stars. scoring 2 runs on 3 straight hits, but / r I.
On ttte fifttti: inning Plantation after the first inning the Stars
attmrwfl! OVMB more run, without the defense scattered 7 hits over the n .
IMt titt 011 31 bllt.AltlllnUII next six innings. "
I He Stars hit the ball The Stars had only I hit the first 2 rT' ...- .r
Damiseverca11t3nedefensive plays by innings, but had 21 hits the next four .; -
ttte nimCaOom short stops J. Ber- innings, to leave no doubt about the ,
ttaireUK. stopped any rally from outcome of the game.

dkeelbpingL LewdlrghiBees: Gbir the-Junior StarseJhmieWniteheacil Stars 21, Plantation 13... S t r r= t +Y
II for 3, with t
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name The Starke Junior Stars are shown with their second place trophy won Boone. Sean Jones. Chad Welch. Daryl c.a...Slmmiimg: Jack B* t*.
at the State Slow Pitch Championship Softball Tournament held here In Scott Duncan. Andy Coodowas. D..fe Fnmtt. Mike IUpp aler. Drvfa
Computer Ribbons Starke July 18. The team advanced to a berth in the 15th Boy's Nationals Jackson, Dwayne Allen. Erie TraagaU.and Jeff Carver.
tournament to be held in laiistn Alabama this week. Not shown
: Coaches Les Boone. Jane Ages and Mike Tra_g U.
(For Most Printers) Front row (l-r): Jamie Whitchead. Chris .Noegel. D"lghtIIt'n, Kevin


We hoMe the COMPUTER best price available PAPER and guaranteeS In game three, the Starke Junior runs on S hits and 4 walks, to extend R iii i
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Stars once again faced the Plantation game
sazfid Use our paper and if it doesn't, run good in team which had put them into The Junior Stars hitters were led

jpmuir la mni lifer, we will take back and give Full Credit the losers bracket. by: Daryl Gnann 3 for 3, Dwayne INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING NOW!
This time the Stars came out sw- Allen 3 for S, Eric Traugott 2 for 3
wiirttniim.! 15 Days! inging and opened up a quick 6.0 Oevm Jackson and Dwight Allen 2 Let WARREN'SHeating
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take a 10 6 lead in the top of the Swamp Frogs 25, Stars 1... prepare you for hot, humid Florida
third. The eventual State Champs, the
The Stars answered this with a 6 Pasadena Lake Swamp Frogs, con- !
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I Engagements; ;

SOCial N Vaughn Sapp.Engagement .

ews Announced

Mr. and Mrs. Millard Vaughn and a
Weddings o Births Club News Mr and Mrs.Joe A.Sapp would like
the engagement and approaching -
Engagements Church News Social Events.. to announce marriage of their

? St children, Lynne and Craig, to be
held 7 p.m. Saturday, August 1, at
New Oak Grove Baptiot Church in

Tammy MorrowTo Alachua.A reception. Is to follow the wed
ding In the church fellowship hall.

Compete in Miss Tommle Kay Richards

Scott Glenn Polk Jordaina Lynn. Cagle

Florida/USA 1988Tammy I Announce Engagement Gregory Morgan and ChambersThe

II Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Richards,
Keystone Heights, announce the bridegroom, a former Starke
Morrow of Starke The Miss Florida/USA 1988 I engagement of their daughter,Tam resident, attended UCHS and Is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Morrow Pageant is produced by Tel-Air Interests ,I mie Kay Richards to Scott Glenn employed with the State at Butler
Garcia, will be competing for Inc. of Miami and will bfI Polk son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Glenn Transit Unit in Raiford.All .
the title of Miss Florida/USA 1988. telecast live via a statewide network Polk of Starke. friends and relatives are invited
The pageant is to be held at Fort which includes WTVJ-Miami/Ft The bride-elect graduated! to attend.
Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse Friday Lauderdale WTVX-FT. graduated from Keystone Heights
,August 7,and Saturday,August Plercel Melbourne, WCPX- High School.
8. Orlando/Daytona, WAWS- : The bride-groom elect graduated i
Miss Morrow is a graduate of Jacksonville WINK-Ft. Myers.WCTVTallahasseeThomasville., .T r from Bradford High School, Starke.
Bradford County High School and is : The wedding is set for Saturday,
presently a student at Santa Fe Ga., WBSP-Ocala/Gainesville, August 22, 1987 at First Methodist
Community College and is employedas WMPV-Pensacola/Mobile, Ala., Church of Starke t
a computer operator. She aspiresto WWSB-Bradenton/St. .. -. .- -
become an elementary school Petersburg/Sarasota WFTS- -"J><.... -' ,
teacher. Tampa/Clearwater and WMBB- i .. .. i"'t..)
Tammy will be among 121 other Panama City. The two hour telecast ,
contestants vying for the honor of n' f-J. H.tH 3 .
will begin Saturday, August 8, at 7p.m.
representing the State of Florida in Tammy Morrow = s..
the 1988 Miss USA Pageant.

fcsCtivfTammy .

Vacation Bible SchoolAt A special program was presentedby
I Louise Sigman, who portrayed
Hop Baptist Mary Magdalene to the delight of j

Church News Vacation Bible School is set for 6- everyone present. ", /
8:30 p.m.August 3-7 at Hope Baptist
Director Debbie Forman also announced Church. Louise who was born in Lake
First MethodistPlan the closing,a picnic Friday Rev. David Weyand VBS director Butler, is the president of UMW at 1 /
Bible School evening at the Kingsley Lake McRae. extends an invitation to First Church Ocala and teaches a l i a. L
study course each Wednesday night.
home. everyone from nursery age through Randy Conner
Education workers at First United Make plans now to attend and bring senior high to join in for a week of She is a former special education and
Methodist Church are planning a friend. learning more about giving praise to teacher at the Industrial School for PrIscilla Welch
Vacation Bible School for August 2 the King of Kings.This year's themeIs Girls in Ocala.
through 7. Gospel Sing.... "Hallelujah, Jesus is King!"
The classes from 6-30: ( to 8-30 p.m. The evening concluded with a surprise -
each evening are for ages three to A gospel sing is planned for 7:3C UMW Host SaladSupp.r kitchen shower for UMW I J i Priscilla A. Welch,
adult with a nursery provided.The p.m. Saturday, August 1, at the Independent -Show.r member Bernice Huggins. Bernice Randy D. Conner
will be devoted to the Church of God of Prophecy and useful
week received many attractive Kay Richards Sot Wedding Date
study of Paul. Rev Ballard Wilson Inc. Revival Center. And Guest Speaker gifts for her new kitchen. A and
will also present a class on Members of the United Methodist cookbook was distributed to Scott Glenn Polk Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welch of
Methodism for those interested. United members present for a small dona- Brooker would like to announce the
Scheduled guest are The Women at the First
Sunday, August 2,a sandwich sup- Gospel Express from singers Denton, GA. Methodist Church enjoyed their an- tion. The cookbook, compiled from Cogle ChambersSot engagement of their daughter
per will start the activities with members recipes, was dedicated in Date Prlscilla Ann,to Randy Donald Con-
Rev. W.T. Laney pastor, invites nual evening meeting Tuesday,July Wedding
everyone gathering in FellowshipHall. to attend. 14, in Fellowship Hall. Bernice's honor since she lost all her ner,son of Mr.and Mrs.Donald Con-
everyone fire. and Mrs. Harleston D. Harryof ner of Starke.
A large variety of salads preparedby recipes in a recent house Mr.
Lake City& the late Rev. Charles
the members for the salad supper Blanche William's Group Five Cagle announce the engagement of The wedding is planned for 7:30:
guests present.
Gregory Morgan Chambers, son of Church of Brooker.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy E. Chambers of The bride-elect Is a graduate of
r Lake Butler. Bradford High and is employed by
SCO UH fur
4 is planned for 3:30 Western Steer.
rtIuuHivlnvituthuwkrecplbmherne\ |' The wedding
*.\Momlaiitslll'i.* *l' rly \DIVKHCM 4 p.m. August 1 at First Assembly of The groom-elect Is a graduate ol
*Tuxedos AMiulicritfilitf. Ilililc Mimicry The four wheel coach was developed In Germany during God located at 2597 E. Duval Street Bradford High and is employed by
r 2 90)( ) in Lake City.
*llrhlul AitcHHtiriCHiniiiTHiicy the Middle"Age*. (Highway DuPont.All .
e.\ (lil'iHClient... ,,' -..., The bride-elect Is a 1986 graduate friends and relatives are invited
i ? I of UCHS and attends LCCC. She is to attend. A reception will
ou TfrTj FlnaJ'Veek i; employed as an emergency room follow immediately in the church
'" % clerk at Lake Butler Hospital Hand hall.
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( eY ce July G Skeeter and Brenda Howard of Micheal and Tina Ettman of Colorado -
S n\ -2.lJrll rhy 1 Starke announce the birth of their Springs, Colorado announce
";;.--- --....::. son, Jeremy Brandon, born June 30 the birth of a daughter, Kristen
{ at i in Gainesville. He weighed 11 Ibs., 5 Nicole, born July 26 in Colorado Spr
o{ :10% 1 ozs. and joins a sister Heather, 3 ings. She weighed 8 Ibs., 13 ozs. and
Ocfo 1\\\\3 llalllo orr i years old.Maternal. measured 21 inches.
: lid grandparents are Rev. Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Shrimp 1 tc00d15e sad/fA 1 Doug & Laverne Adcock of Wood- and Mrs. Bennie Jo Harris of
i bury, GA. Maternal great- Lawtey.
etcn'i grandparents are Jeff It Grace Cox Paternal grandparents are Marge
.. of Alabama and Elizabeth Adcock of Ettman of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
-- Sale Ends j i North Carolina. Bob Ettman of Daytona Beach.
104 W Call St. Paternal grandparents are Paternal great-grandparent is
I Wed., Aug. 5 1 Charlie&Lois Howard of Woodbury, Elizabeth Ettman of Orlando.

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Beach Wednesday July 22. Includedwas
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St.. and the lovely old Victorian
Rent A --- homes along the side streets. The
seniors also enjoyed the shrimp
Office Machine Copier boats in the harbor shopping a
riding tour of Fort Clinch and lunchat
quaint little restaurant The

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AI1- m-Can-Eat I/If The yearly district meeting for all
; Freemasons In the Masonic\
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District of Florida will be hosted by
I hnny It'.'tn S r\u-< 111. Bradford Lodge No.39 Friday even-
lug July 31.
This year, the meeting wW be
& TUESDAY State Contracts presided over by George haves,
MONDAY Grand Master of Masons of Florida,
PricingOn whose father C.B. Hayes was Worshipful
1\\-Piecc Fish Dinner $2.39Captain Master of Bradford Lodge.Registration .
Mites la to commence at S
p.m.with a buffet supper to follow
S p.m. After supper the men's program
Copiers .. will commence In the Lodge
room,white a program for the ladies)
D& or Swintec II frl la presented In the dining haiL
6 District Deputy Grand Master
/ Curtis Lee invites all Muter Masons
Typewriters and their ladies to be present and
A great little seafood place. welcome Grand Master Hayes and
110 W. Coll Street Storfce 64-S74 the Officers of the Grand Lodge to
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Tom Gardner Named Head of DNRby ti r Y f

Buster Ilahn (DNR), June 2, succeeding Elton and a 1355 million budget. ONK listens to people.One s. '11+y'' s r
BCT Staff Writer Gissendanner, who resigned recent- oversees land acquisition for conservation of his ideas is to Institute programs I
Thomas (Tom) Edward Gardner ly.Gardner operates 92 state parks, that would educate residentsand
41, who grew up in Keystone graduated from Florida regulates coastal construction and' gain their cooperation in preserving -
Heights and graduated from State University in 1969 with a mining reclamation, and supervisesthe the environment. He wants the
ford High School in 1964, Brad bachelor's degree in business administration department to begin publishing a
Executive Director appointed and became a career Florida Marine Patrol. magazine to promote the environ-
of the
Department of Natural state administrator in Tallahassee While his predecessor, Gissendanner ment.
,_ ..Resources working in the office of Secretary of had been criticized for being He also wants to develop a pro-
State, the Department of Administration autocratic, becoming over-involved gram in which all parties
and more recently, for in many of the Department's deci- developers and representatives ofthe ;
the Department of Health and sions, Gardner plans to delegate environment, can meet on a
Rehabilitative Services. most decision to six department regular basis to resolve problemsand
Secretary of State George heads. He said employees will be shape policy
Firestone, for whom he worked hired on their abilities, not on
seven years, said, "He is probablyone politics. He has already begun reviewing
of the most capable and competent Two administrative changes have the state's land acquisition program
I administrators I've ever met. been made, thus far. The General which has come in for
t. He is universally respected for his Counsel position went to Thomas G. criticism quite frequently.
fairness" Tomasello, former aide to Secretary
Although he Is not an environmen- Firestone. The position was formerly Gardner says his no. 1 priority will
talist, he is a workaholic with held by Lee Robe, who transferred be the acquisition of sensitive lands
credentials necessary to turn the to the office. and beaches prevent those properties Justice Adkins Gives Portrait...
troubled agency around, accordingto Robert Dean, director of beaches
from being gobbled
up by Former Florida Supreme Court Justice James C. Adklns. Jr., of
David Gluckman, an attorney for and shores, left the departmentwhen
development. He said land acquisition
Gainesville presented portait of his father, the late James C. Adkins,
the Florida Audubon Society. his contract June 30. I
expired needs to begin now, or "there'llbe
Sr., to Eighth Judicial Circuit State Attorney Eugene T. Whitworth St.,
In times past, DNR has experienced That position has notl been filled.!' j nothing left.7Gardner
serious problems with its top executives Gardner has elected to retain on July lat 187.
one of which was sent to assistant executive director Don The portrait, which will hang In the lobby of the State Attorney'OfficeIn
prison for extortion,and the other indicted Duden, even though Duden submitted is married to the former Gainesville and which was formerly displayed In Justice Adkins's office
Tom Gardner for accepting a bribe. his resignition. Both Gardner Lindsey Smith, from Atlanta. They In the Supreme Court Building In Tallahassee, commemorates
Gluckman said, "The credibility of and Duden live in the same, have two daughters, Angela, 18, and James C. Adklns. Sr.' service. State Attorney for the Eighth Judicial
New DNR Director the agency has been very low with Tallahassee neighborhood. Michelle 13. Circuit Including Bradford-Union County area, from 1922 to 1938. HangIng -
I Grew Up In K x ton.H?.. the legislature for many years." Gardner hopes to improve DNR's His Parents, Sam and Martha Cot behind the two men Is a portrait of the late T. E. "Ted" Duncan, who
and for ton Gardner live In served a* State Attorney from the end of Adklns' tenure In 1938 to his
Gardner will that
be responsible a image so it will be known as a Keystone
It BHS Gradual of 1964 retirement In 1973. when Whltworth took office.
state agency with 2.000 employees, | more friendly department that Heights.
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I Solid Waste Plan Developedby ? To$it6Nt'ELGIUMi"is --

Joe Gissy seen as one of the alternatives.
" BCT sun WriterA Legislation will be needed in this ample, to a centralized land fill Belgium has been called the "Cock-pit of Europe" because It's been the site of more
operation. These figures must be
master plan I* being developed case. In any case, some legislation presented up front, to the county European battles than any other country
to facilitate disposal of solid wastes, will be needed for taxation, bond commissions will have
so they a
for a 13 county area of northeast issues, or other funding,so be read basis for making a choice. Shall the Sandra AwardSandra
Florida, from Bradford County In Landfills are not the only way to county go It alone, or will it be more Reddish Receives
the SE, to Jackson County in the dispose solid waste. Incineration, economical to join the regional
NW.The separation and recycling, tire shred plan Or is a sub-regional association
plan is being developed by ding, grinding and chipping, are the cheapest and best alter Reddish of Starke was Ms Reddish was honored during u
''Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc. of possibilities. native named to the Director Court of Personal gala awards ceremony attended by
Tampa, a consulting firm of !Environmental 99 percent of landfill sites are Sales recently at Mary Kay 6,000 Mary Kay beauty consultantsand
Engineers, Scientists, chosen for political reasons. They Cosmetics' 24th annual national sales directors.
Planners, and Management Consultants should be chosen for environmentaland Burger King seminar. Ms. Reddish who joinedthe
economic reasons only. 140,000-member sales, organization The seminar's 1987 theme Success -
A Policy Advisory Committee has The six alternatives, including in February 1983, received the Express, celebrates the com
been setup, comprised of a commis- waste flow needs and technologies Open8Stron prestigious award for outstanding pany's tradition of recognizing
sioner from each county. A Solid involved, will be disseminated on achievement as a professional women for their business
Waste Task Force, or subcommittee August 1, then by August 24, in Lake The Burger King has been open for businesswoman. "Sandra has achievements. The Mary Kay
has also been set up to study a City, the county commissions should about two months now, and helped scores of women achieve seminar consists of four consecutive
group of six alternatives to be have chosen one of the six proposals, "business is fantastic"says Philip their career potential. She I to a shin- three-day meetings at the Dallas
developed by the consultants. or combinations, which wilFbe given Gallo manager of the new fast-food ing example of entrepreneurial Convention Center attended by
The consultants are now in the back to the consultants for a detailed restaurant on the corner of US-301 leadership" said Mary Kay Ash F 24,000 independent businesswomen
development phase of the six alternatives study and report.A south and Lafayette Street Starke. company founder and chairman of rrom throughout the United States,
which will be submitted to master plan is being developedfor Gallo, and his wife, Gena, who is the board. who receive intense product,
the PAC on August 1.A joint meeting a 13 county region. Each county serving as hostess at the restaurant, business and sales training
'of the PAC and the TF is slated for will have to decide to Join the are moving here from PalaUa.
Aug 24 at Lake City. regional plan or "go it alone." Twoor where they have been associatewith Mary Kay Ash presented Ms. Red- Mary Kay Cosmetics, Inc., is an
Solid waste is deemed to be a three, or more, counties may be Burger King for six years.They dish as a member of the Director .. .. international manufacturer and
-b : : !
priority issue at the next legislative able to join into subregional groups.At both started working at the Palatka Court of Personal Sales with a .wr.oI distributor of premium skin, hair
session, so these committees need to this timer the possibilities are facility within two weeks of each 14-carat gold chain with white-gold Sandra Reddish and body care products, cosmetics,
have their ducks in a row" by next almost unlimited A defection of one other, met there,engaged in a court- flair design inset with 17 diamonds. Seminar Award Recipient toiletries and fragrances
spring or early summer. county may make the overall plan ship, and were married.
There is only one solid waste uneconomic, for instance. It is a give The Gallon say they are excited i
authority in existence, at Palm and take situation-cost sharing is'a about moving to Starke. They have Nears. 11:.."'p 504 W.Call Street
Beach County, which is a taxing must. A far off county must be sub- bought property in Deerfoot Trail on I ; Jo Ann 904)) 164-1347
A is sidized in the hauling costs, for ex Sampson Lake. I 1-:4: 1
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Out of town friends and players II A Specialty Gift ShopJust
that attended the reunion of Stars
I Recent Social Happenings (Senior Boys) Softball gathering I back from market! We have loads of new W

,, were: Chub Johnson from Utah, j merchandise just for YOU!
Marty Crosby &: family from I Pillows, a new concept of Pot Pourrl, Baskets, Rib-
Melissa Winkler Guests were invited to the refresh- service with the state at Sunland Gainesville Jerry Sullivan &: family I bon, Votive Candles and new plush Dinosaurs.

Honor.. at BrunchThe ment table in the dining area, which Training Center in Gainesville. from from Orlando Lake, Bill City Marchant Ricky Sullivan family I Come in soon and let us demonstrate our "Hide andBeep"
was covered with a white lace cloth
home of Mrs. James E. and centered with a spiraled pastel Bridal Luncheon Held 'from' Maitland, Ona McGriff from I .

Rogers, Jr., on Searing Street, was For Bridget Skeen Winter Haven, Helen Garber from We appreciate your patronage!
the setting for Melissa Winkler's candle and silk floral arrangement. Iowa, and Freddie & Amy Carver, J
Bridesmaid Brunch held Saturday Silver trays and compotes held an Bridget Skeen bride-elect of Rob- Shawn Wardrop from Mayo.
July 18. Hostesses for the specialevent array of party finger foods. Serving bie Underhill, was honored at a
were Mrs. J.E. Denmark and iced cokes from the party table placed bridal luncheon Saturday,July 18,at ir
Mrs. Rogers. in the screened patio-pool gardenarea the home of Mrs. Warren Winkler in
Mrs. Charles Strickland.
Guest were greeted at the door was Starke.
and Karen Chitty and During the party hours the Miss Skeen and her attendants
Mrs. Tony Near: of St. Augustine. honoree enjoyed opening her bridal .were seated in the dining room.
Allison Denmark served appetizersto gifts and displayed them for the 1 Their table was covered with a white
the brunch guests in the family guests pleasure.The hand embroidered linen cloth. A
room. hostesses presented the hand woven basket held a dish
honoree with the sugar bowl of her garden interspersed with white
Three large brunch tables were chosen china patterns as a momentoof daisies.
set up In the dining room, living the occasion. The remaining guests were seatedat
room and the family room. They smaller tables,each covered with
were each covered with handmade David Gunter Surprised white linen and centered with boy. f
oriental cutwork and embroidery With Retirement Party girl Hummel figurines. KITES KIDS /l', ,
luncheon cloths, placed over pastel Among the guests present were t
colored liners. Centering each table David Gunter was honored at a the bride's mother, Mrs. R. V. Dur- wCANBEA'w
were floral arrangements In shadesof surprise retirement get-together rance and the groom's mother, Mrs. AND POWER
pink and banging large white Saturday,June 28,at the home of his Robert Underhill.
honeycombed wedding bells A large daughter and son-in-law,Danny Ray The hostesses for the occasion,
ficus tree was adorned with small and Deborah Patterson. Mrs. Wade Winkler and Mrs. Warren .
miniature white wedding bells, and Thirty-five family and friends en-. Winkler, presented Miss Skeen
was placed in the corner of the din- I Joyed refreshments and congratulated with an oval silver frame as the
ing room, next to the honoree's David on his 21 years of hostess gift. DEADLY
chair. '

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Individual place cards marked the I

seating arrangement for the guests See Our Display of
and a small handmade straw but- .
terfly door magnet trimmed with
miniature pink blossoms, were plac- t' '. < ''t;
ri ,
ed at each place as momentoes of / ',- .. i'! j

the occasion. w- SLACf1 I I. '.".": "
/ '.,J,
Miss Winkler and her wedding attendants \ / ..,,.-'"
were seated in the dining ....
room, with Mrs..George Winkler, COLCMAN-FRIZZELL. INC. /
mother of the bride, heading up the /
table In the living room. During the On Sale Through August 10GHASTAIN'S

morning brunch Melissa presented .. ? /
each of her wedding attendants with ; JEWELRY & :
personal gifts. ::eM GIFTS t
"I' 104 W, Call Street Starke 964-7271 s..
The bride-to-be and her mother '
were each presented with a corsage
for the occasion. The hostesses also
gave Melissa a set of silver stemmed j
water goblets as a momento of the SuperSwiimerSIe r
bridal brunch. Assisting in servingfor < r
the guests was Stacey Denmark. jibr

Mrs. Tommy Crosby -7 ::_ For your child '

Bridal forty Honor* L. ,> .. :;:::: nothing metallic on the kite,make sure that ? !
i C' the for the kite has wire metal in it
The new home pf Mr. and Mrs. I string no or ,
Rudolph Hutcheson In Lakewood \ ;,,.. .* and don't let kids fly kites near power lines.
was toe scene of a lovely --' Ordinarily power lines are quite harmless. But

miscellaneous bridal shower honor / when a kite gets caught in a power line, it could become electrified. -

Thursday Ing Mrs., July Tommy 23. Hostesses Crosby,for held the I' '1 Y2 Tell your kids to let go of the string and leave the kite alone.

event were Mrs. Jim Duncan, Mr. Otherwise,the result could be deadly.
Wra. David Hurse, Mrs. HutchesoM j Always look up.Whether you're picking fruit or pruning trees,

Mrs Charles Johns,' MN.' E.- OewW I v installing antennas or doing any activity that puts you in possible
McKinney, Mrs. Jam Rogerf .- SweatersOff
Jr. Mrs. Joe Sapp "Mrs. CStrickland contact with overhead lines.
and Mrs. Carolyn! .Taylor._ j Short Don't be a victim of yOu own carelessness.

liuestsyero welcomed at the floor "L
by Mr*. Hutchesoo Mrs. Tommy Leila'S Dress & Gift '
Crosby, and the groom's mother, =Pdt
Mrs.James V. Crosby Sr.Also in at- I Bradford I
fcftdaace! Jt'.a Mrs. L.W. Barry of Store Hour 964-5051 Square Shopping Cu.VIaa .
of Tommy Mon -Sat. 9.80.8:80 M..taCard
Brooker, grandmother Mr. -

Crosby. I II __

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; Waldo Policeman Seeks Starke Chiefs OfficeMichael

Howard Paris currentlya the former Laura Strickland a career, Paris received the Bronze Paris who-presentiy lives outside

sergeant on the Waldo police force Bradford native. They have three Star Medal. Cross Gallantry with (be city; limit, says he and his wife

qualified Friday morning, July 24, to daughters: Terri JoAnn and Laura Palm Army Commendation Medal. Laura wanted to raise their children

oppose veteran Chief Jimmy Bowenin and one son, Michael. They also Vietnam Service Medal Vietnam in the country They have purchased

in upcoming Sept. 8 Starke election. have two grandsons Joshua and Campaign Medal Meritorious Service and are rm lInga house In 114 cl-

Thomas. Medal and the Good Conduct ty at 394 Weldon Street. >

Paris 49, qualified just hour Medal. He also earned a badge.an While not on duty. Parts says his
before the qualifying period closedat Born January 17, 1938 in Jersey expert marksman. hobbies are fishing, boating swfan-{

noon Friday. It is his first try for City N.J., Paris resided there with ming, "...all of which I share with
public office. his parents until entering the U.S Paris has successfully completedthe mr.'amUy." as well as range firing.
Army. Paris quit school in the 12U
Correctional Training Institute and integrity have
My honesty
Paris lives on Forsyth Road out-
side Starke city limits, and says he grade and obtained a GED cer I graduating in 1984 at Lake City Community never been questioned and I feel

intends to move into the city. He has Uficate in the service performing College with an AA In police that I can serve the people of Starke
aU phases of police science. by bringing respect to the position of
a qualified voter in the city supervisor
cluding patrolman, patrol police chief requiring that the people -
since June 8.
desk sergeant operations Investigative puin-o" work is Paris' who are under me maintain the.

sergeant physical security inspector first love and he has attempted to standards the people of Starke expect
:Since retiring as a staff sergeant and investigator in the traffic get back into such an assignment.At of their law enforcement officers -

from U.S. Army Military Police in control division.He Waldo Paris serves as patrol and all laws of
and enforcing
December 1982, Paris has worked at training sergeant."I by
Florida State Prison the Bradford served two tours of duty in Germany feel I am a well qualified candidate the city not Just those which are

County Sheriff's Department and two tours of duty in to serve the City of Starke as .).lopular.

Starke Police Department. Japan/Okinawa, and served 1970-71 chief of police" says Paris. He Is a
A resident of the Bradford Countyarea in Vietnam as a combat military member of the Starke-Bradford '

for 19 Paris is married policeman. During his military INDEPENDENT
........... years to Chamber of Commerce.


Qualified. Photo by Mark Frledlln "Education Is the best provision for old age." Aristotle Revival Cantor
N. Tempi AIM
*IO1 North a 13I

I Michael Paris will make his first try for public office when he opposes Wed. 7 p_ Sun. a 3O ....

Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen In the upcoming election.

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"- -
Eastern ot public sole. T5 the highesi bkMerTor
tounu on the otoresold ,
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO boundary of the right of way of Orangt cosh, at the front door of the Bradford
Legal The City of Starke City Commissionwill REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDABY Street; thence North I22W We*. County Courthouse In Stark. Florida,

hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, FICTITIOUS NAME : along sold Easterly boundary 6O,SO feet ot 11:00 AJM. on the 27th day of August e

August.. 1987, 7:30 p.m. In the Commission Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida 7/23Itchg 8/13 to a set Iron rod; thence South 74'29'26"West 1987.

Meeting Room City Hall Thompson Statutes, notice It hereby given that the 92.36 feet to the Point of Beginning GILBERT BROWNAS

Street, Starke, Florida. undersigned Charles S. Pearce, Rt. 2 CUlt OF SAID COURT
NoticesNOTICE The purpose of this hearing I I. to Box 322. Keystone Height, Flo. 32656. at public outcry to the highest and By: Beuloh Moody

discus and receive citizen Input on the sole owner doing business' under the IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: Deputy Clerk

proposed amendment to the City of firm name of Solution Shop Rt. 2. Box THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT o'clock Noon on August ... 1987 at the 723.tdlgIl13UNITED

OF AUCTION Starke Community Development Block 322, Keystone Height, Fla. 32656 Intend IN AND FOR front door entrance of the Bradford

NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday Grant Commercial Revitalization Program .. to register told fictitious name BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA County Courthouse at Slor... Florida. STATES DISTRICT COURT

August 10, '1987 at 10:00 o'clock -87DB-9'-Q3.1..02.C05. The proposed under the aforesaid statute. CASE NO.: 87-378.CA Dated: July 7, 1987. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
A.M. the undersigned Gator amendment will decrease the Dated this 10 day of July A.D. 1987 In IN RE: The Marriage of Richard I.Cox Jr. JACKSONVILLE DIVISION

Freightway, Inc., will, sell at public auction amount of the Acquisition line Item and Bradford County. STEVEN REED ARNOLD, United State Marshal Case No. 86-643-OV.J-12I/
; for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jackson will Increase the Street Improvementsline JlUlpd 8/6 Husband, Middle District of Florida UNITED STATES OF AMERICA '

ville. Fla., :32205.: one lot of window item. The proposed amendment will and John E. Lawtor III Plaintiff

material consigned to Glass Masters, not hove any negative Impact upon the ROSALINDA ARNOLD. Assistant United States Attorney v.

Port Orong. Fla., to satisfy freight and scope of work or benefit to NOTICE Wife. Attorney for Plaintiff THE ESTATE OF LOUISA UNDSEY

storage charges, under the provision of low/moderate Income persons. Sllcox Mayor. NOTICE OF ACTION; 7/16/tchg 8/6 and the Heir at law, Juanita
I I. Vernon D ,
Invited attend and to
Section "(b) of Uniform Standard Bill of The public I* to Information Commissioner of the City of Starke. TO: ROSALINDA ARNOLD Carter, Tom Lindsey. Alfred

Lading. comment. For additional Florida by virtue of the Authority vetted Address Unknown NOTICE OF AUCTION Llndsey and Wanda A. William .
02.792421 dtd 6/4/87 contact Jim Dasher at((904)Florida.) 964-8902 108 In me by law do hereby calla First YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action NOTICE I* hereby given that on Mon. and the unknown heir. \
Gator Freightwoy. Inc.. Carrier East Call Street Starke. for dissolution of marriage and devisee assignees,
Primary Election to be hied at the City' day. August 3. 1987 at 10:00 o'clock grantees
7/3021chgB/6 7/30ltchg Hall, In the Aforesaid City of qualified other relief has been filed against you in A.M.. the undersigned Gator llenors. creditor, trusteee,

voter on Tuesday September 8, 1987 the above-styld Court. You are further Freightway. Inc.. will sell at public auction or other claimant by. through,

PUBLIC NOTICE A.D., for the purpose of electing the notified that In said action your Husband for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville under or against THE ESTATE OF

IN THE CIRCUIT COURt The City of Starke City Commissionwill following officer I I. requesting that the Court transfer Fla.. 322O5. one lot of patio 500 eggshell LOUISA UNDSEY and all p rne*

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday CITY CLERK For Two Year your Interest In the following described consigned to Anything In Canvas, having a claim, right, title or

CIVIL DIVISION August 4. 1911. 7:30: p.m. In the Commission POLICE CHIEF For Two Year property located In Columbia County Pembroke Pork Fla., to satisfy freight Interest In the property
CASE 86-489 Meeting Room City Hall, Thompson ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP 2 Foi Florida to him In satisfaction of and storage charge, under the provisions herein and THE STATE OF

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK. Street Starke, Florida. Two Year equitable distribution and/or for lump of Section 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill FLORIDA.

Plaintiff The purpose of this hearing I I. to ONE COMMISSIONER CROUP For um alimony. of lading. Defendant.
vs. discus and receive citizen input on the Two" Year Township 2 South Range 17 East Section Pro. 12.990016dtd 5/20/87 NOTICE OF SUIT

FLOYD M. SETTLES. VADA M. SETTLES proposed amendment to the City of INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION: 28: The North. of the South '/. of Gator Frelghtwoys. Inc.. Co.r7232.chg73O' AND

F. DAVID SETTLES. AND BARBARA Z. Slarke Community Development Block LUCILLE GODWIN. MARGARET the SW1"of the SWI/". being subject to ORDER FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO

SETTLES. Grant Commercial Revitalization Program WILLIAMS. LUCY WHITE BERNADINE County Rood rlght-of-woy. Containing APPEAR AND PLEAD

87DB-91-03-14-02-C03. The proposed EARLY. CLARA COLSON. MARGARET 10.08 acre, more or less. SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED (SERVICE BY PUBLICATION)
Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE amendment will decrease the DE SUE. AGNES DINKINS ELNA You are required to serve a copy of Bid'7-O8IO-1 TO: ALL unknown heir, devise,
line Item and written defenses If to the action assignee, llenor. creditor,
of the grantees
NOTICE i* hereby given that pursuant amount Acquisition SCHAEFER. OLEETA HARDENBROOK your any. The School Board of Bradford. Count
to the Final Judgement entered in Case will increase the Street Improvementsline ELIZABETH WALKER on the Husband' attorney whose will receive bids on swill from all schoo trustees, or other claimants, by
Number 86-489 in the Circuit Court of item. The proposed amendment will name and address I i. TERENCE M. cafeteria 1987 2.OC through under or against Louisa llnd
Bradford. County. Florida. I will tell the not have any negative Impact upon the ALTERNATES: CLERK: BROWN. ESQUIRE POST OFFICE P.M. Interested on August Individual 10 must at bid sey. deceased; and all other Parties hoeIng
property situated in Bradford. Cloy and scope of work or benefit to SHRILEY ANDREWS KAY CARTER DRAWER 40. STARKE. FLORIDA 32O91. on oneach or claiming to have any right title o*
school and
Collier County. Florida described as: low/moderate income persons. In Testimony whereof, I here unto Seal or before 27 August 1987 and file the or all schools.Copies separately. may on Interest In the property hereinafter
and the one
Parcel: All/ of the SE 1// lying East ol The public I i. Invited to attend and to subscribe my name cause original with the clerk of his Court of the bid form be described.You .
be hereunto affixed this may pkkeaup
of the to
SR 100 ROW and South of SR 100A ROW comment. For additional information either before .service on Husband attorney the Bradford School are hereby notified that an action
at Purchasing
except the E 1of said SE 1/4 lying contact Jim Dasher at ((904)) 964.8902, 108 7th day of July. 1987 A.D. or immediately thereafter; otherwise County ha been Instituted against you In the)
519 N. St.
Vernon D. Silcox Department Orange ,
South of SR 100A in Section 10, Township East Cell Street, Starke, Florida. a judgment will be for the relict, W.. Starke. Fl 32O91. or call MichaelReddish. above Court by the United Slate afAm.ka.
7 and 7/30 tchg MayorCommissionerATTEST demanded In the Petition., for the enforcement of a lien
Sourh. Rang 22 East lying beingm
Neil L. Tucker Director of Purchasing at ((9O4))
: real 1 situated In Bradford
1 against property
Bradford. WITNESS hand and official seal of
County. my
---' ------ ----- 964 6800 and will be .
City Clerk a copy
Parcel 2: A parcel of land lying in the TIME FOR THE ABOVE OFFICES this Court on this 21st day of July. 1987. Interested person must have bide at County within the Middle District ofFlorida
QUALIFYING described follow
1 of Section
NE 4 IS. Township 7 South
1987 AT NOON the Purchasing Office not later than 2OC:
JULY 20.
22 East and CLOSING A PORTION OF A PLATTED OPENS Clark of the Court Commence at the SW corner of Section
Rang being more par.
AT NOON JULY 24. 1987.7164tchgB6. P.M. August lOth. 1987. Send bids to
CYPRESS BEACH .NO CLOSES 22. Township 6 South. Range 22 East, runEasterly
tKulorfy described a* follows: Commence BUT UNUSED STREET IN By Linda L. Pearce Michael Reddish Director of
PER PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN Clerk Purchasing 39.45 feet mar or less to the
ot the NW corner of the E 1/4 of Deputy
519N. Orange St.. W.. Stark. Fl 32O9I.
said NE 1 4 ot a concrete monument for PLAT BOOK 2. PAGE 79 OF THE 7/23 4tchg 8/13 Outside of the envelope MUST CLEARLY Easterly right of way line of the Old
POB. from POB thus described run PUBLIC RECORDS OF lawtey Rood; thence run North 0'01"East
------- ----- - STATE Bid SWILL BIDS and
: Description:
thence S 000443" E, a distance of BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. Bid '708101. along sold Easterly right of way line

427 80 feet to a point, run thence S YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on IN AND FOR 7/30 8/6 750.00 feet to the Northerly right of way
7120T W. 83O.7O feet to a point on the the 6th day of July 1987. the Board of BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE 2tehg line of Donna Street thence run North
Ely boundary of SR 100, thence run NIB.4O'0IT County Commissioners of Bradford CASE NO.: B663CA The School Board of Bradford County 8939- East along sold Northerly right of
will sell sealed bid basis, the NOTICE OF
on a
line 75.00 feet thence North
W. a distance of 723.64 feet to County Florida on a Petition filed on CREDITTHRIFT. INC.. way ; run
the N ly boundary of said NE 1 4 of Section behalf of James K. Austin and Mary E. Plaintiff following Surplus Equipment on 1/'3/B7, 7/20/87 EUGENE LEE RT 3. BOX 0OT East. 101.00 feet thence run South
at 1:00 p.m. 1726. STARKE. FL 32O9I. mad application 75.00 feet thence
west : run
IS. thence run N 894248" E. a Austin adopted a Resolution renouncingand v*. .
distance of 1.018.08 feet to the POB. disclaiming any right of the county I WILLIAM ROSIER and MARY B. ROSIER You may look at these surplus for water use permit 2 87 00063 for South 0OT West 101.00 feel to the
vehicle and equipment Monday through an average daily withdrawal of 0.0041
Containing 10 465 acres. Both parcels and the public In and to the following point of beginning,
Defendants.NOTICE Friday. 8:30: A.M. til 3:30: P.M. at the million gallon per day from groundwater
containing 52 878 acres, more or .less, lying lands in Bradford County Florida: I OF SALE Operation Center SI9 N. Orange St.. located In Section 33. and you are ordered and required., to apepear
and being in Bradford County. A portion' of a 66 foot plotted street In Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant Stark. Florida 32O91. Phone 964.8780. 06 South. Range 22 East. Bradford Coun and plead In told action and file
Parcel 3 lot 37 TARA according to Cypress Beach as per plat recorded In Ito on order or a final judgment of Sealed bid will be accepted until ty. Florida for water your answer with the Clerk of ml*Court
Plat Book 2. Page 79 of the public foreclosure entered In the above- utility use
plot thereof recorded in Plat Book 7. 12.00 Noon. Bid will be opened and Written ejections at Jacksonville. Florida and) to serve a
/7 record of records of Bradford County Florida; said captioned action. I will ..lIlh. property or comment on
page public Cloy County.Florida. awarded to the highest bidder at 1:00 this application may be filed with the copy thereof upon the Plaintiff attorney.
described situated In Bradford Florida
portion being more particularly County
Dorothea Bean. Assistant
P.M. on the above date.Vehicles Governing Board of the Suwonne RiverWater
Parcel 1: Th. E ', of the W '.of the as follows: described ocCommence: United Stoles Attorney Poet Office Box
SW I 4 of the NW 1 4 of the SW 1 4 andE That portion of said 66 fool plotted at the Northeast corner of and equipment as follows: Box 64 Management District flout 3. 600. Jacksonville Florida 32201. on or
Pick Truck Liv.
1965 Dodge Up Oak. Ft 3206O. until
', af the W> of theNW I 4 of the SW street lying between an Easterly prolongation section 21, township 6 South range 22 1974 Ford Van f 7 8/17/1987. before August 17. 1987. H you fall to do

1 4 of the SW 1.4 of Section 19. of the Northerly boundary of East, and run South 31' 11'10" West 950 1972 Ford School Bus *22 7/3Oltchg>> so judgment default will be entered
Township SIS. Range 29 E. lying and being lot 3 on the North and the right of way of feet to the centerline of Seaboard AirLine 1972 International School Bus 191 against you for the relief' demanded] In
m Collier County. Florida County Road 21 -B on the South. Railways Initial point for Simon J. the complaint.It .
1962 Chevrolet School Bus 1306
sale, to Ih. bdd.r for This Notice is given pursuant to Section Temple' Subdivision and centerline of
or pubic highest 4 Each Clarke Shampoo Units, Model NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR I I.. ORDERED that the show NotIce
cosh at me front door of the Bradford 336.10. Florida Statutes. Center Street thence North 72 West TAX DUD of Suit and Order for Unnamed Defendant ,
CM 20
County Courthouse, in Starke. Florida. PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACCORDINGLY along centerline of Center* Street 1246.6 2 Each. Magic Chef ((4 burner) Go NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that l.C to Appear and) Plead (Service by
at II 00 A Month. 17th day of feet: thence South IB West 15 feet for
Dyal. the holder of the following cer Publication) be published by the Unttod
September (987 7 30 tchg the point of beginning; thence North* 72 1 Each. Hobart Food Mixer (Heavy tificote has filed sold certificate for c States Marshal In a newspaper ,of
West ((53.8 feet thence South 18 West
tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate general circulation In Bradford County
Duty Commercial Unit)
210 feet thence South 72 East 153,8
Gland number and of Issuance, Florida not less rue each wek
2 Each Steinway a Son Piano years
feet thence North 18' East 210 feet to
By,: Beulah Moody NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ; 1 Each. Hamilton Piano the description of the property and] the for six consecutive week prior to return
the of beginning.at
Deputy Clerk REGISTER point In which it assessed are a* date herelnabove, designated.
and best 1 Each. Howard Piano name wo
7 23 "'chg 8 13 FICTITIOUS NAME public sale, to the highest follow DONE AND ORDERED at Jocksonvlll
bidder for at 11:00 clock A.M. at I Each. Wurhtier Electric Organ :
cash :
Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida Florida this 24th of June. 197.
Bradford I Each. Whirlpool Portable Washer Certificate No. BOYeor of lsuanc.19O day
the front door to the County
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the 7,23 21chg 7.30 Description of Property.. 1833-00402. ttow.d 1'. Snyder
Courthouse, In Storks, Florida on
tN THE CIRCUIT COURT undersigned Donna Jean Emmette LOT 36 N Of RD EX E 335': EX W 123". United State*Magistrate
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Steven. Box 194, Port Rlchey FL 33568 August 28. 1987. SECTION 31 TOWNSHIP SOUTH RANGE ii.b/dig/13
IN AND FOR ale owner doing business under the 22.

BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.' firm name of The Southern Exchange CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBY UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Name In which assessed..1.W..

CASE NO.: 87.65 CP Hwy 301 'A mile South of 225 lawtey : Beulah Moody MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA AND PATRICIA LLOYD.All IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

FILE: 1-3846 Fl 32058. 32068, Intends to register said Deputy Clerk JACKSONVILLE DIVISION of said property being In the County FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
8/6 .
M RE: The Estate of fictitious name under the aforesaid 7/302tchg Case No. 87-267-Clv-J-16 of BRADFORD. State of Florida. CIVIL DIVISION

Rf SSIf R. THOMAS. statute. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Unless such certificate or certificate*' CASE 86-173
Dec..t Dated this 24th day of July. A.D.,1951 Plaintiff shall be redeemed according to low the FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
Bradford OF Plaintiff,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION County. POLK VS. property described In such certificate acertificates
The administration of the estate of 7/304tpd8/2Q COUNTY GLENN L. GRIFFIS and will be oW la the highest vs.
RttSIE R. THOMAS. deceased. File No.: NATIONAL BANK PAULA E. GRIFFIS. bidder at the court house door on the ALMA J. THOMPSON
7-63 CP to pending In the Circuit Court TOW D.'endonts.NOTICE 27th day of August 1987 at 11.00 AJU. Defendants.NOTICE j
for Bradford County. Florida. Probate OF SALE
Doted this 6th day of July. 1987.
Division the address which I.I ....ad- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR a National Banking Corporation Notice .I* hereby given that pursuantto GILBERT s. BROWN.CLERK NOTICE is hereby given that pursuantto
Iced) County Courthouse. Starke. Fl BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Plaintiff. a default' Judgment entered on June the Final Judgement entered in Case
:33091. CASE NO. 87-390-CA: v*. 29 1987 by the above entitled Court In Signature: : Moody Number 86-173 In the Circuit Court of

the names and) addresses of the sole IN RE: The Marriage of MARIE A. WHITMAN. the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited Clerk of Circuit Cof BRADFORD Bradford County Florida I will ..lIlh.

personal representative and the personal EMILE EUGENE MAY Defendant. Stale Marshal or any of his duly County. property situated In Bradford County
repre..*.ituil_'. attorney or. set Husband NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE authorized' deputies will sell the proper Florida described as:
forth ........ and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I.I I.I ty situate In Bradford County, Florida. 723tdplI3t Parcel 2: South 'A of Lot 19 except
All interested persons are required toMe NORMA LEE PADGETT MAY, I Dolph E. Reddlgh Sheriff Bradford described as: ROW. and North 50 feet of Lot 30 except

with this Court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS Wife. County Florida under and by virtue of a A portion of lot 5 and 6. Block 2, of ROW of Section 18, Township 3 South.
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTYTO Writ of Execution heretofore issued out Dowling Subdivision in the City of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Range 22 East as per map or plot of

NOTICE: (1) all claim against the estate : EMILE EUGENE MAY Address of the above-entitled Court. In the Starke, a* per plot recorded In Plot Book FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Woodlown. recorded In Plot Book No. 1,

end.) G) any objection by an Interested Unknown above-styled cause, have levied upon 2. Page 14 of the public record of Brad CIVIL DIVISION page 17, of the public record of Brad-

person to whom this notice wo mailed YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action the following property situate, lying ford County Florida being more particularly CASE 86-314 ford County. Florida containing 5.496
hot challenge the Qualification of the for dissolution of marriage has been and being In Bradford County Florida described a* follows Commence FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK acres, more or less.

personal representative. .venue, orturtsaktton filed against you and you ore required to s to-wlt: at on Iron pipe located at the Intersection Plaintiff Parcel 3: Lot 30. 31. and 34 In
of the Court.: serve a copy of your written defense Hairy That portion of the north 343 feet at of the centerline of France v*. WOODLAWN per plot thereof In Plat'

All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT to It on the Petitioners/Wife's attorney the NW-1/4 of SE-1/4 that lies west ol Street with the Easterly boundary of the HOMER F. HART and IORETTA J. HART Book 1. page 17. of the public record of .

SO FRED WU BE FOREVER BARRED. whose name and address I I. R.A. the Seaboard Airline Railway right-of- right of way of Orange Street and run and Bradford County. Florida EXCEPT the
rubfaoHuii of this None ha begun GREEN JR., GREEN C HOBBS. P.A., way, and that portion of the north 343 South 7442'SO" East along said ADMINISTRATION of the North 50 feet of lot 30. and that portionof
an July 3O.>> 1987. POST OFFICE DRAWER 938 STARKE feet of the NE-1/1 of SW-1/4 that lie* centerline 94.03 feet to an Iron rod SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. lot 30 lying West of SR 225A. In Sec-

Attorney for Personal Representative: FLORIDA 32091 and file the original east of State Rood No. 200 (also knowna. located at an Intersection with a Northerly Defendant lion 18. Township 5 South Range 22

BLA. Green... Esquire with the Clerk. of the above styled Courton U.S. Rood No. 301)) In Section 3. prolongation of the Easterly boundary NOTICE OF SALE East.

GREEN a HOfMS. P.A. or before September 16,1987; otherwise Township 6 South Range 22 East, except of said Lot 5; thence \014'42" NOTICE I I. hereby given that pursuantto at public sole, to the highest bidder for

P.O. Drawer 930Sssrke. a judgment may be entered against 'rlgM-of-woy. West along cold prolongation and along the Final Judgement entered In Case cash, ot the front door of the Bradford

Fl 32091 you for the relief demanded In the Peti a* the property of the abovenameddefendant aid Easterly boundary 60.38 feet to a Number 86-314. In the Circuit Court of County Courthouse, In Slarke, Florida.
(904)9643700HAZEL tion. and that on the 17th day of set Iron rod for the Point of Beginning. Bradford County. Florida I will ..11th. :>l 11.W: A.M. on the 17th day of August

WITNESS my hand and the seal I of sold August 1987 Monday at 2:00: p.m. on From Point of beginning. thus described property situated In Bradford and Union 1987. .
Persoeaf Repnsertatw Court on this 24th day of July 1987. aid day on the premises of the Bradford continue South 0.1..2. West along sold County. Florida described a*: GILBERT S. BROWNAS

THOMAS GILBERT BROWN ClerkByUndol.Peorc County Sheriff Office, I will offer for Easterly boundary 60,30 feet to an Iron Parcel: All of the N V of the SW I/I CLERK OF SAID COURTBy

407 W.Censer St. sole and sell to the highest bidder for pip foundat the Southeast corner of of SE 1/" South and West of SR 100; In : Beulah Moody

Stork. Florida :33091 Deputy Clerk7304tchg82O cash In hand the above-described: property aid lot 3: thence North 74'15'58" West Section 2. Township 6 South Range 20 Deputy Cleric

'7/30 2tchg $/6i o* the property of the said defendant along the Southerly boundaries! of Lot Sand East and located In Bradford and Union 7/30 4tchg 8/20
to satisfy aid Execution. 6, a distance of 90.70 feet to an Iron Counties.



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Solar Energy.


It's Down, But Not Out Yet...

Though the solar industry in state's solar industry.In .
systems, (aluminum foil productsused
Florida has diminished in size during 1985 the industry directory in conjunction with an airspace OF TAXINCREASE
the past two years following the listed 25 solar manufacturers In the In attics and walls),are the two most
demise of the federal residential tax state; the number is down to 15 this popular areas of diversification.
credits, there remains a diversified year. There are still 97 companies in For a free copy of the Florida
energy industry. serving the Sunshine the solar sales, installation and ser- Solar Industry Directory (GP-2),
vice category in the 1987 directory; contact the Center's Public Informa-
sent to 191 energy 50 fewer than in 1985. tion Office at 300 State Road 401,
representatives in Florida early this In what appears to be a means to Cape Canaveral, Florida 3292M099.
year confirmed that the number of stay in business, some dealers in The Florida Solar Energy Center \
companies is down, but the types of solar water and pool heating are is the solar energy research instituteof
products being sold have expanded.The diversifying into other energy- the State University System of
survey is part of the annual In- producing and energy-saving Florida, and is administered by the
dustry poll compiled by the Florida technologies. University of Central Florida.FSEC
Solar Energy Center (FSEC) in Photovoltaics solar cells, which is known for its research in
Cape Canaveral. The results are convert sunlight into electricity efficient building techniques soar
designed to provide energy consumers and home energy conservation products water and pool heating, and other The School Board of Bradford County will soon con-
with a quick reference to the such as radiant barrier alternative energy technologies.
sider a measure to increase its property tax levy by

I Some Tips for Shopping for SolarIf I 1.284 percent.A .

you are planning to buy a solar ments in product approval. When we maintenance.
hot water or pool heating system for began developing equipment stan- If you are handy and would like to portion of the lax levy k required under state law in order
your home, follow the advice of dards in 1976, there weren't the build your own solar water heater,
researchers at the Florida Solar quality systems available that there FSEC experts suggest that you
for the school board education
Energy Center (FSEC) and look for are now. We have raised the stan- thoroughly understand what you are to receive 1O,352,4O4 state
the label. "The FSEC certificationlabel dards to the point that consumers doing and that all work conforms to
assures a solar buyer that the should feel confident in buying a the local building code re grants. The required portion has increased by I.112 percent,
equipment complies with the solar water heater with an FSEC quirements. If you purchase a col-
Center's standards for certification label." lector design to build for yourself, and represents approximately seven tenths of the total proposed ,
performance," according to John FSEC's Legal Counsel Colleen Mc- you do not need an FSEC certifica-
Harrison, director of the Center's Cann Kettles recommendsl tion. One exception is the collector taxes.
solar certification program. however, that "you should sold in a kit form. Since this is a
familiarize yourslef with how solar commercial product and its final
Legislation passed in 1976 required works and what it can deliver. Once form is expected to be the same for
FSEC to develop standardsfor you feel confident with the principles virtually every buyer the kit collec-
solar energy systems manufac- involved in solar system operation, tor must be certificed by FSEC. .
tured or sold in the state of Florida.In begin doing some comparison shopp-
1978, the Solar Energy StandardsAct ing."Deal To aid consumers in choosing The remainder of the taxes is proposed solely at the discre-
solar the
was amended and required that with a licensed contractorwho water heating systems
beginning January 1, 1980, all solar is authorized by the local Center's Public Information Office tion of the school board.
energy systems manufactured or government to install a solar (PIO) provides free publications on
sold in Florida must meet the stan- system," Kettles adds. She also sug- choosing solar water heating equip-
dards of FSEC and must display the gests that since the collector is the ment. If you would like to receive a
certification label. costliest part of the system, be sureit free solar water heating package,
is made of durable materials.And contact the FSEC PIO at 300 State
"Our standards program has beena even though a system should be Road 401, Cape Canaveral, Florida
model for the nation" reports Jim designed to last at least 20 years, 329204099. All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing on the
Roland, director of
Testingand some sensitive components may FSEC is the state solar
Operations the Division. "We have need periodic overhaul or replace- research institute and is ad- tax increase to be held on August 4, 1987, at 7:3O p.m. in the
helped industry develop quality
ment, so a solar buyer should ask ministered by the University of Cen-
products and aided building depart-- questions about system tral Florida. School Board Meeting Room at 582 North Temple Avenue,

Starke, Florida.A .

Research works./ VOURUFEAmerican

DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the budgetwill

be made at this hearing.

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School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a measure to imposea ..

1 1.500 mill property tax for the capital outlay projects listed herein. :

This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed tax of 6.103 mills for
operating expenses and is proposed solely at the discretion of the school board. SIX-TENTHS "

The capital outlay tax will generate approximately '293,455 to be used for '. j, ,t".
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the following projects: PROPOSED MILLAGE LEVY


1. Complete construction of walkways.BUS II Gt.er.l 1..=. DeM Y aes
Federal 30JOOO L,11&$7
Slate Resource 1I.SSX67S1.34X359 2XS1S 120.000 37X095
'-, -lOUOOO,
PURCHASE Local Sources 34XS44X54X019
Total Revenues 320.000 33.095JUB70.713
13.231.0J7 -
r Transfer InNonrevenue 16X31 .l
1. One ((1)) 88-Passenger Bus Source ',' ;
'" FUND BALANCES July 1.1911 253.0711X65X49 0139* 5035 .ata7.,62S,
2. Five ((5)) 66-Passenger Buses TOTAL REVENUES AND BALANCES XMX4U sti.3U '

3. One ((1)) 32-Passenger Bus ,_ Expenditure. .-

Initruclioa 7.306X033 ,59X24 -
NEW EQUIPMENT .' Pupil Personnel Service 451.171 1X5X2M : -1'
liutrvctioaal Moths Service 3401531 9.2J7 -.

t Instructional A Curriculum .1 -
1. Two-Way Communication! System for Buses' -:'wAll Development Service 413.70 4 iIf' ..- -fit. ,.
Instrvclioul Staff Tnteiaf 106.903 J.7.DO. ;2i
Board of Education 41X750
General AdmUiimtiosi 104>*1 34J04XHOX4U
School Administration 1.01X7791X500
concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held on August 4, FacilUie AqainlicM Coutrectios "+'' ';'-367.342 .

1987, at 7:30: p.m. in the School Board Meeting Room at 582 North Temple Food Fiscal Service Service 131.361'DU61 ;-':-:.';...,;:

Avenue, Starke, Florida.A Central Service* 4SX259 lo.

Pupil TracwportatiM Service U01M1099XM 2..eoo T,, S. ,
OpenrJoM of PUatMaiateoaac
DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will be mode at this of Pleat 474.711 -. '. "..

hearing. Conunsairy Service -
Debt service 30JD911X42X652 31XCIS31XI -

',' Transfer Ox as, 163113X000
FUND BALANCBSJ' 30. 1911 X24LS371X5X f r 51f.7-C7

A BALANCES ", 9 Ul'UII :4 J *lf.S X07Q.723t1

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_..._ .- = ...... Tourney
Three local residents had the time earned over $35,000 In this increasingly
of their lives and won some big rich event which took place at
4' prizes as well at the Seventh Annual distances of up to 30 miles from
1. Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tour- shore.
T1 nament last weekend. Most of the boats went south of
EEE Capt. Geroge Roberts, Richard the Jetties (at the mouth of the St.
Roberta and Ron Malta placed 12th Johns River) but we went north to
out of over 1,000 contestants in this get away from the crowd and caughtour
popular and rapidly growing event best fish there."
based In Mayport. The top 20 fish from each of two
\ Piloting the 20-foot"Rock Eagle", days are chosen, with prizes given
sf i F TYJf the Roberts boat joined a host of for each day then the lop five fish
other fisherman competing for more from both days are chosen for the
-. than $275,000 in money and prizes. top prizes.
The biggest prize of the tournament -
iT Competetors could weigh in three went unclaimed this year,
fish per boat after each day's fishing however.
III t $ session, and the Roberts boat crew Roberts explained that any fisherman .
: had two big ones after Thursday's that catches a state record
action a 31 pounder and a 28 Klngfish earns a whopping 100000.
.I ,- : ,, pounder for a 58 pound total. "We'll be shooting for that one
.. I : next year," Roberts said. "You
L p "We had a great time," Richard never can tell."

b Roberts said after they returned.
"The tournament is very professionally -
r'X run and the organization is NOTICEOF
a ;4 fantastic. The bait fish were scarce
V this year so we had to really scram
i. ble for what we caught. We caughtthe
two big fish right away that day TAX SALE
t and them spent the rest of the day
4'' trying to get just one more fish. We Notice is hereby given that
.t'hIn might have been way up in the stan- on the 13th day of August
dings if we could have caught that 1987, beginning at 12 Noon at
W one extra fish, but we were thrilledto the courthouse in Starke,
place as high as we did anyway.It
of Slate of
the was a fantastic County Bradford
Money... experience.
I fa.*IWM. These three fishermen placed 'IB te Mewy M tnt ****-* Fmm left I*right: Ron Matin.George Roberts and Richard Roberts. will be sold on the following

described land to pay the
amount due for the taxes

I Starke Stars Old Timer Reunion Could Be First of ManyThe herein together set with opposite all costs the of same such,

sale and all advertising.

Esther S. Hall,
first annual reunion of the state championship and subserfoeot and lan and ail the coaches Randall Chappell, in addition to those to Gareth,Justin,andean Jones for Tax Collector
stars was held Saturday, July 25 at trip to Nationals. Dans. Sidney Jackson, Lenwood previously named, helped coach the operating the Scoreboard: to Jane
the Edwards Road complex. eleven alumni from that tram Kitchens and Jerry McGnff. Stars and All Stars, and the Starke Stanwix-Hay and Edward Green for Bradford County Flo.
Approximately 125 people enjoyed were p(vxemt- Mike Andrews Randy Nine other' former stars all stars Stars in two exciting games. the score book: to CharlesBlalock
good food, seeing old friends, mak- Andrews.Jerry Blaloc*.Al Chap rtc, were present and participated Although the All Stars won both and Randall Davis for their 0422600101 .e961.I'"
ing new friends and watching or m ae. RAndy Canton Glra Caaau, ia Ute festivities. They are Jason games, everyone enjoyed the com support and dedication to the pro- 007371-000-4"
playing soft ball. Bill Goodge. Steve Grill', Cftntb>> Bennett. John Bennett Mike Chap- petition and common bond of sport- gram. NORMAN l.M. JR. &HATCHER H
The senior boys (Starke Stars) Johnson Make Kitchens,and Jcaiif pet). Chock Johnson Jeff Johnson, smanship and purpose. PO BOX 70STARKE
team of 1978 were honored guests as Sullivan. Also present were Ricky Eddie McGee. Jason Polk, Johr Also a special thanks to the ladies H 32091
it has been 10 years since the first Sullivan, bat boy*no placed. umfrom Ktggs and Sean Robinson. Special thanks to the umpires Les 'auxiliary group' for all the extra little 32 6S 22 COM AT NE COQ
Coaches David Bennett and Hiram Boone and Cliff Griffis: to John things they did: Ona G. McGriffcoaches NEVi OF SE'/ OF NEV W320.7"TOPOBCONT.
Dempsey for coordinating the cook. ( mom), Vivian Chappell
Junior <(< page W199.31'041'E
log carried on by Warren Carver, Carolyn Carver, Mrs. Polk, Brenda
Glen Polk and others: to Ted and Seeley, Gerri Greer, Elaine Griffis, 461.96'TOADD
the best team this day. that the team umfiuned as Itee' versatioa by the coaches. With all Judy Clark, of Clarks Meats and Linda Crosby, Shirley Gnann, ( LEGAL SEE TAXROU.)
Using a strong 28 hit game they season progressed and are now starting players having to be driven to practices Groceries in Lake Butler, for the Charlene Blalock,Lavonne Jackson, SUB HAYES E W
quickly opened a commanding lead to peak at the ngtat tame,mtmeh and games it was necessary hamburgers and hot dogs: to Buddy Jackie Chapman, Mabel Green, 7/23 4tchg 8/13
.. and coasted to a 25-1 win over the is Nationals time for many J schedules meals and other and Sandra Norman, of Norman's Williane Nazworth Ann Goodge,Joy
Junior Stars. family activities to be reorgnued.Tito Market, for the produce flxin's: to Johnson, Regina Johnson, Josie
The Stars who had 42 hits in their Some of the goals the team set at Williams Shirley Boone, Elizabeth,
previous two games could only the first practices back in January was appreciated by all the Anna Ruth Johnson for the cold Stalnaker, Deborah Whight, Becky FIRST ASSEMBLY Of OOO
manage 7 hits. were to win tropbjs at eacb off tme cmcraes.. drinks: to Linda Hildebran for the Jones Peg Stanwix-Hay, Cheryl Hwy 16 A WeWon St. Stork.
Devm Jackson had 2 hits in 3 plate tournaments, stack Obey <*d- second sign-in and scrap books and for sell- Godwin, and any others we may Sunday School 1OOO ......
appearances EricTraugott 1 for 1,a place at SI uaIne.-MB at TMlon. Leading hitters and their percentages ing T-shirts and caps: to Steve have missed.
double, Chad Welch and Andy and 2nd at State, to qualify for Nationals for the Starke Junior Stars Wright, of P. J's Sports Center for1' Morning Worship 11 p.m.
Goodowns 1 for 1. also a goat during the State Tournament are: donations of T-shirts and Also thanks to all the parents, Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Chad Welch I.OOO.Daryl Gnann .835, caps,(especially for the great look- wives and friends of the Stars and 'II.... MM-Wk Sarvhx- 71_._
Their remaining goal o a successful Enc Traugott .&00. Devin Jackson ing shirts): to Bill and Loretta Mar. former Stars for bringing food to
in Summary... showing at the Namonalls. 53*.Andy Goodowns.500.Mike Rip- chant, of Li'l Skeeters, for the cin- share wityh the others. All this Staff Nursery Available'
The coaches Les Boone James The support of the parents and ptoBger .300. Kevin Boone .444, namon rolls, etc.- to Marty Crosby cooperation made the evening a Rev. Stephen K. Flppta. Factor

Allen and Mike. Traugott all agree supporters mere also topics of a.- Jamie Bowen .4441 for being the official photographer: great. success. 9646971GERALD I


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I Area Man's World War H Plane :Recovered off Norway CoastByAaneSoanlMKz ::1

tau said thai in February 1983 the plane lifted by a mechanical arm '. -
LKMCavarOn they received. a phone call from1Ie.ez from the depths of the sea as its
Oct. 4. IMS a ....,.turaMNorwegiaa -. who with his broken wings flap in the water as if in slow f .r.
boy wa tied as a JTagfcSB explained to them who he motion. For a long time the Millers -
squadron at torpedo ffaaes fnm die was awl about his. mission to raise had hoped that due to the
USS Ranger.*part tatpent Baddy's plane, which was a Grun- temperatures of the water and the
Leader. aa attack at a Cenaaa maa-Avenger"*. flight suit Buddy was wearing at the
convoy along the coast of ""ay. -II was Ilk a bolt out of the blue. time, his remains would be found,
As the plane flew aver die Bawl We still do not know how he got ouraame but Mentzoni wrote to them shortly \ : "
Fjord a odd deep fewer af die and phone number."Lou said after raising the plane and said: .r -- '; ; rTr: :
Norwegian Sea Ibis yang ..../caw recalling the many phone calls "There were no remains" ;' .. ,
the horror of a plane berg ..... He recrmeJ from Mention during the Although there are many blanks to 't- f' I .'r__. I-
saw the pilot paracte sahty.liesaw last four years. be filled in and the story that brings ':. ,
the plane piung arta Ike eoML sryea The Millers bad learned much Buddy's family from 44 years ago
.It was moneBt he watt merer about Baddy** tragic death earlier until today is lengthy, the most
forget. when the father of one of their fascinating part remains in the fact
.... children's friends turned out to be that the plane has been raised and
On the other sided die wodd. rt die person who had delivered the the Millers will take part In
wasn't long before Mr. sad ..... news to Buddy parents. ceremonies that will be held in Nor e "
Clayton Miller af Ga esville were to LIla said she came across a way this fall to honor Buddy and his ;t '
Jean that their sacs MaefaaHt** newspaper clipping mentioning that fellow sailors .
Mate 1st daw Rtgmld .tdy'" a Cbarbe Barr had been sent by the Jack, who will be retiring from .
Miller had sod ties life aboard the Navy to Gainesville to talk to Clay Electric on Friday, July 31
downed plane ft was sews that np- Buddy parent following 30 years with the company '" ... .
ped at the heart.die odor(-' "Whenwe learned it was the same was 18-years-old when his .. I '
including Bad Y's yauager brother Cbarbe Barr.after 39 years we asked brother lost his life. .' '. .. 41
Jack, ban to come for Thanksgiving one A monument, containing a propeller i.,.
.... year He told us what Buddy's last from Buddy's plane will be .'.T4.. ..... .
Jack Miller cubs sot -alia Ys days were Ilk and he told us about a placed on the shores overlooking the ,.' -.,. tf ...'
home on Santa Fe Lake and Ills wrfe Ranger reunion that was coming up spot where the plane went down. .
Lou nave recounted that fateM dayon m September S3."Lou said. Buddy's name, along with that of <
many CICCa.....aDd fact neceat- Jack Lou and Buddy's mother. Joseph Zallem. will be engraved on
ly in the qtaetaess of their k> .< who lifts m Gainesville, attended the propeller above US stars
room thank t* modem-day the reomon and spent three days in Mentzoni a photojournalist andis Recovery.
technology they watched oa their Pensaceia. also involved in finding a German
TV screen as the plane M wteck Buddy -WbUe we were there someone plane not far from where Buddy's, Stelnbjorn Mention) was just nine years old when standing beside the recovered prop of the aircraft afterhe I
Miller's Grumman crashed into the ocean In mounted a salt' effort to brine he craft hark
plunged to fats death la was raised even walked up to Jack and called plane was located.It Buddy age
from the sea.Stembjora. ban Buddy, 'No Buddy didn't come won't be long before the Millersare front of his startled eyes. from it's watery grate where II had rented fur n..rthan
.... back the man sad Lou recalled. The Miller family received this picture of Steinbjorn 40 >'ears
on their to and will 1'r. .'
Jlab IIi was the shiner It took four years from the time way Norway
year-old Norwegiaa who had watched the Millers first heard from Ment. meet Mentzoni for the first time. > ', "
Buddy plane go ..a. It was zoni until the plane was finally rais- Daughter Joan will be accompany.
ing them.They have also been askedto
struck during a highly Mictrtsfid ed. Mentzoni.with the assistance of .
blow to the German aakUry farce the which participate in other official func- .,
Norweign Navy provided .\. .. '
tions in the United States .1 ;
honoring L1W'1
1- .<
in the North Atlantic. ,
bun with and five r"Y"; "
slaps a man crew : ..... -11
MmIZCIIJ embraced die cored sailors who served on the USS .J..1 I ..4 Ii,'
to search for the downed aircraft ,
Ranger. And Lou has just received .\; : "
and place the plane ell M Ills f".J. .
finally raised the plane on February ,::!; .
and as he grew front a from Senator Bob Graham that \\1.0"
memory 21.UU.Throughout the operation he \, .. '
young boy: nto a man be bred eats look underwater video tape of the arrangements may be forthcoming : "' .' .
the dream of bfbag die ptaae lnrits plane being lifted from the icy that would bring parts of Buddy'splane ""rt;,ii"': >; l I,
depths a dream be saw came water ad sent the tape along withmany to the United States where .J .'''' :I'1i'' --' _
they find their final "I, 1J .
true 44 later. may resting 1t : L)
years picture to the Millers. ; \ '.:
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.... The tape has been played over andover place at Pensacola. ;;.. ,-
According to Lou Miller,who has agar It is breathtaking to see "We owe him (Mentzoni such a )r
become the family hntonaa on the debt of graditude," Lou said -:;- i

subject of Buddy aad the ramng of IL: ___< ____ ('<_ ("("<-("<<--i.;<::<" _
the plane. Operation] Leader was a ,
I turning point m World War II and. Used Car Sales Buy, Sell, Trade -
"had a very stgatfieaBt part of "
Norwegian history. It Baddy We Finance
i plane)was the(nty Aaseneaa i..... ift
and only two Amencaa fives fad III D & S MOTORS
f' defense of Norway."
(Although the pilot John H. Starke. Florida
Palmer, parachuted to safety aad
was later cap lred. be iur.ned; 964-7556
however the aavqgator. Joseph
Zallem.attempted to parachute,bat New Car Brokerage _
his parachute got caaght aa the wmg
ICYou Work You Ride"
of the plane and be toatesfcte along ,
with Buddy.)


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The USS Ranger steams off the coast of Norway. off Norwegian coast when his plane wa shot down in
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Bettor You Buy ...Not After What were Starke and the surrounding area like duringthe

STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER Great Depression? Read this new Telegraph seriesby
7 Mil* South of Stark on US 301 ,

FREE DELIVERY Buster Rahn ,"with,, two banks,a railroad, a paved bootleg whiskey available. if one school books for their children.race
BCTSun Writer north-south highway, several knew where to go. the state did not furnish III'hIHII'HH.ks'
Fifty eight years ago in 1I 29, retailers, selling drygoods, drugs, The school term began in August, until 1932.or later. Then w.is.1 tIMIiI!
46O-2624 lime were good in Bradford County. and groceries a local telephone exchange so children could get out early in the market for used textbook f.uliAugust
People apparently had no premonition ,and two automobile dealers Spring, to help with strawberries, .
Open Mon.-rrl. 8:30-5:30 Sot. 9:00.:00 of the dark days of the Big selling Fords and Buicks. The and other farm crops, School terms For 40 years prior to It-!:\', Kinks
Depression Just around the corner Volstad act better known as prohibition ran for eight months, and ended in had proliferated, not on Is in Florida,
Starke was a sleepy little town was in force, with plenty of March.Each family had to purchase.J1i but throughout the n.iticm They
operated with little or norecul.ition,
no insurance, and were generally
under capil.ili/ed, Uiwlev..ildo..
Hampton and Worllungton Springs
are examples of small towns
boasting; of having (banks, all of
W iznDixiePRICES which went broke prior to 19-Mi!:
There were few. if all>' six.'tal law son
the books In those clays In June
1929 Bradford Counts Judge: ,
George A. Gardner, performed a
marriage ceremony for pel'haps the
youngest girl. e\er to In- married
e the counts BerniieStarling. 21.fl.e.
: 'I. married) to I.ou\'l'nra Allen age I II I.
GOOD The couple, accompanied! l It\
THURS. WED.. m MOHTSRESERVED Louvenia's mother, was from Green
JULY 30 AUG. 5, 1987 ____ Cove Springs Mrs Allen gave her"
consent for the girl to l'tllll'license,
and be married.

Matthews The Telegraph,oftimes, used owned flowers by KS prose .

and editorili/ed In news stories
WITH OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES Editorials appeared on the front.
page, from time to time, and a per
son's standing in the community
could be determined by reading the
names of the honorary pallbearers
in his obituary The editor, in keeping '
with other newspapers of Ins
day,was not adverse to saying of the
deceased "He was a pillar of the
community," or similar com pi i.

ment Times were good in Starke and
THAN EVER BEFORE Bradford County, one of the two
bank cashiers the stated complaint, "...notwithstanding ol.

business depression in many other
parts of the country"


D STARKE year, the Florida National Bank
r celebrated its 50th anniversary in
470 W. MADISON ST. Starke. Research for the story in-
dicated that Starke may have been
without banking services for a
period of time, prior to the opening
of the Florida Bank at Starke, in
1937, ',!yr\ :'
i :. L= Guy Andrews asked the Telegraph
Q ARROW LONDON to look into the banking situation
$197 during that period, and determine
BLEACH . GJIL BROIL how long the community was
. IB. without the services of a bank This
ALL FLAVORS / '* **"UMD"*CMOKI"OHEiEssftOUONl and subsequent articles will deal
HAWAIIAN with the subject, and other interesting -
*6.DELMONICO $A97 events of the time, which
: will enable the reader to better appreciate 1 -
PUNCH STEAKS banking during the 1930'sIn ,
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$19 ,. :: TURKEY New Years Day, 1929, was a Tues-
'eo 29C day, and the two local banks were
. WINGS . closed for the holiday,
N.T. Ritch, president of the Bankof
Bradford County, and E.S, Mat-
1 E BETTY CROCKER $100WHITE thews, president.of the Bank of
68C Starke, had every reason to feel
POTATO BUDS .L good about their financial institu-
'. . La tions, because 1928 had been a good
JUMBO VINE RIM year for the banks, and prosperous
BOUNTY banks indicate a healthy economy
SALAD Area farmers and merchants were
58C doing well,
TOWELS . ROLL TOMATOES . Lake Butler and Starke had settl-
,A JUMBO ed the location of the Bradford Coun-
M, FLORIDA ty courthouse some nine years!
sSUNBELT c FRESH earlier, by dividing the county, and
giving a courthouse to both towns

II,, TO--. TOWELS . ROLL ''f AVOCADOES EACH 6aC The county smaller was portion named of"Union the divided," indicating -

someone had a sense of
humor. The was born in
$149 r FOX DELUXE I disunity
E Carlton inaugurated
61e Doyle was
MAYONNAISE ; PIZZA & Florida's 26th Governor, Tuesday,
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t1 IHEUMANNS January 8, 1929. According to the
.; ALL FLAVORS Telegraph, the inauguration was a
-r' MICHELOBBEER $ 97 gala occasion, with 20,000 to 30,000
6 Pit BREYERS persons in attendance In his inaugural -
I A' 12 01 $288 address, Gov. Carlton said,
. . HUB ICE CREAM, gg "The banks 20 years ago showed a
... ,, .
DIXIE DARLING HOT DOG ROLLS or -r*', +' total financial strength of $51
.... .."... : million. In December of last year,
MICN HAMBURGERi TWINj j .?. I their strength was ten times greater
p 99c .. "' '" :" .. 99c or over $518 million. But, as I staterin
[ .PO PjS my platform, we must improveour
I ALL VARIETIES v ."ii -; ,: : banking laws and practices with

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By Mark FriedlinBCT maintain the proper airflow in one of Another dispute is involved as hired by subcontractor Lake Plumb-
the wing's two new operating rooms, well.
Stall WriterA ing Co., which was hired by Gulf
dispute over payment betweentwo O.R.'s). Central Florida Metal Inc. of Contractors the contractors to in.
of the companies involved in the "The problem is somewhere in the Gainesville stands to lose up to stall the metal ducting for the ven-
Bradford Hospital construction pro- ventilation system. explained $90,000 and possibly the company tilation system in the new operatingroom.
ject has delayed the planned refurbishment Hospital Administrator Tim itself to bankruptcy according to a .
of the old building and has Rearick. "The standards we must confidential source there, if they are According to the Telegraph'ssource
left inoperative one of two BH follow specify a certain airflow factor not paid for sheet metal deliveredand when the system didn't per
operating rooms because of poor the pressure and the air- "now in place" at the hospital. form as specified, change orders A-
ventilation exchange rate. They are not being A source at the company blamed were issued in an attempt to fix the __
Bradford Hospital owned and met and we are not using that O.R. the problems in the O.R.unit on problem. The bulk of the disputed
operated by Santa Fe Health Care as a result. We have two differing "poor original design" and said the work involved in those change
Systems. Inc., which also operates opinions on the source of the problem Gainesville company had deliveredand orders fell to Central Metal and thatis
Alachua General Hospital and from Gulf Construction Installed their product "exactlyas when the majority of the $90,000
recently North Florida which maintains that the ductwork specified" in the original con- overrun occured. I
Regional Hospital purchased in Gainesville and which supplies the room is not up to tract. "The fix didn't work so they i
operates a number of other hospitalsin par and another opinion from the The complicated arrangement denied payment and tried to act as if -;
the state took a big step forward ductwork suppliers who think the between the major contractor(Gulf) the whole episode didn't even
last year when the new,$2.4 million capacity of the airconditioning unit and the subcontractors used on the occur," said the source. "We did
wing opened with a gala ceremony.The itself should be increased. project are typical in a project of most of the work paid for the MAYTAG
7,000 square foot addition with this size, according to most sources material ourselves then did the
54 rooms completely replaces the old "We are able to function withoutthe familiar with the project.In a, Big capacity automatic
remodeled in this case, Central Metal was Se.Fog SB washer
hospital which is to be additional operating room for
the future. now but obviously we would like to \ Arnenca III 1 preferred
see this dispute resolved as soon as \ \ ,. washer
Problems No. 1... possible," Rearick says. "These Summer Clearance
Gulf Construction, which com things are unfortunate but they are
pleted the work on the new wing and also fairly common with a project of
was planning to begin a rennovalion this size. We at the hospital are MAYTAG $399
in the older adjoining building as caught in the middle in this situation -
the second phase of the project, encountered so I hope the parties can get $.idew 1lk Sale
problems near the end of this dispute" settled- as quickly as ., .. .
the first 'phase when.h08pital officials possible. .
discovered during a final in-
spection that they were unable to Problem No. 2...
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I Fifty years ago.... from page 2 I .': ', '.r 'J.dl I.. .. 1"-"i;'ITIt:. I (Z,1I0Ir. :uI.

,6" provisions for the protection of Starke Businesses... quoted prices for parts and labor-lo ed it, and operated the Chevrolet ears, and come out the tar end,dripping by v. president, pmtlona, .,,014 had
depositors and stockholders." repair component parts. Labor for dealership from that kite for the next w.et.The program ran for threeor held for 22 years since! tl>4 founding
\ Starke Coco Cola Co.
Gov. Carlton went on to say owned DeWitt C. Bottling advertised an engine tune up was $1; Grind 20 ears, until it was sold. four years evidently successful.A of the bank. R J. Davis, cashier for
Jones -
".. Inthe by Overhaul DeWitt C. Jones owned and new Department Store openedon 5 was re-elected to his
.great wealth has rapidly risen in the Telegraph each week with valves $3.75; engine, $20. prior years,
Motor Co. operated hardware store and the corner of Call and Walnut Dr. A.H. Freeman was
a position.
1 state. We paid into our national Register was offeringthe
the "It had to be to
.' slogan, good get Buick for advertised "Coffins and caskets Street named"The Store elected to the board of directors to
treasury in 1927, the last complete where it is and stated "8 Million new 1929 $1,19S to Quality ,
a with convenient terms the and a full line of undertakers with the slogan"A Haberdashery of'' fill the created by the death
;uwr report,as much as,and about half asa Day" in each ad. The plant was $2,145, on sup- vacancy
much again inheritance tax as all located In the red brick building between "liberal GMAC Time Payment The ad stated "Automobile Quality" Paul E. Canova and of John W. White.
other southern states combined. We Call and Madison Plan." The Marquette a companioncar hearse always on hand" and Florence B. Flynn were the owners. The cashier reported a good year
were 5th in the nation. With our St. which now Streets houses on to Buick was introduced in "Registered Embalmer." Monday, March 4, 1929, Herbert in 1928 with the surplus increasing
!; boom over, opportunities for profitable Creative Thompson Cabinet, owned June, with prices beginning at $995. Wainwright's Sinclair Service Station Hoover Inaugurated as the 30th by 33 percent during the year to
',. investments are now such as Steve Shop W.E. Torode and J.H. Ritch "Just north of Dr. Bigg's president of the nation with Charles IMS.OOO.:Stock value increased to$300
to bring in capital as rapidly as we The Vaughn.Ford Motor Co. advertised secured the franchise and became office." offered a 2 quart sealed can Curtis as his vice-president. Hoover per share, and a dividend of 29 per
prepare the way." local authorized Chevrolet dealers in,, of Opaline oil free with each S3 pur would serve one term, relinquishing cent was paid.
almost weekly although the
\ Gov. Carlton made reference to Ford dealer J.W. Andrews Jr., did Starke, opening the agency chase. the office to Franklin D. Roosevelt, Cashier Davis said, "Starke and
the Florida land boom and subset not run an ad In the local paper from February 2, 1929 in the same Mitchell's Drug Store, "The Rex- In 1933. Bradford County had a prosperous
., quent bust of the mid-twenties,when January until April 26. building with Coco Cola. About 18 all Store advertised "Peptone,our year and made substantial progress
Florida land, primarily south of Ford Motor Co.was advertising its months later Torode bought out the best ton1c," at .79 per bottle and Starke's 2 Banks... not withstanding the complaint of
Ocala changed hands almost daily, Model A Ford now in its second Ritch interest and the agency con Puretest aspirin for .49 for 100 Starke's oldest bank was the business depression in many other
each time at a higher price. Deeds The model A Ford debuted in tinued under the name Torode tablets. "BCB"Bradford County Bank), parts of the country."
were rarely recorded, with sales being late 1927 with the 1928 model Chevrolet Co., until 1955, when the The Telegraph ran an ad which established as a private entity In President Matthews observed
made on agreements to purchaseand being its first car with a year three speed Torode family sold to new owners.In stated "To place an ad just phone 1889 by N.W. Hackett. Two years "Business outlook for this sectionwas
contracts for deed. Many people transmission, and a shift gear in the the mid-thirties, J.W. Andrews, 29." Apparently phone numbers con later in 1891, N.T. Ritch a suecessful never better; therefore the
were wealthy, on paper, only to be floor.In Jr., local Ford dealer built the large sisted of two digits In 1929. The' turpentine and timber BOS might reasonably look forwardto
; broke when the boom busted which one ad, Ford extolled the water building fronting on Call St., now Telegraph did not carry' an office operator moved to Starke and 1929 as the best year in its
\ happened overnight. Some people on the Model A, but advised owned by Terwillegar Ford Co.,and telephone number and no adver- bought into the bank. Within throe history."
I became"land poor"only to lose the pump owners to drain its radiator each moved the Ford dealereship into it. tiser provided a telephone number In years. In 1884 Ritch bought BOS reported having more than
land for taxes in the next year or month to ensure that sediments do Unable to meet the mortgage, Andrews his ads. Hack tt'l interest In the bank, and 1,000 depositors.
.i, not settle and impede the flow of moved the Ford dealership to In February 10 shares of Bank of became sole owner. The original'name '
I two.Bradford County and Its north water.In SR-16 East, near the railroad. Starke stock came on the market of the bank isn't ,known but
Torode rented the from the from the J.M. Rising estate and the he
Florida neighbors largely escapedthe other ads Ford extolled the building Telegraph recoi, name
II "Florida Boom." manv virtues of the Model T, and mortgage holder who had foreclos- brought a record price of $250 per was changed to B( u'h, and Bradfoi ,berries...
share although the par value wag the bank was incort aud in 1906. A
$100. J.W. Andrews ST. and George minimal number shares of bank It would be difficult to overstatethe
C. White were the purchasers. White stock was distributed to directors, in importance of strawberries in
was a former cashier of the bank keeping with state laws otherwise the economy of Bradford County
working as a bank examiner whenhe Ritch( continued to be the sole owner during the thirties. Records indicate
bought the stock. until his death February 14, 1929. strawberries have been grown local-
ri"1 The State Road Department ap- In May 1929 the ownership of the ly since 1885, and provided substantial
proved the paving of 59 miles of BCB passed into new hands upon income for farmers laborers
highway No. 28, running from the the sale of bank stock by the Trust and merchants until WWII when
Columbia County line to the Clay Department of the Atlantic National acreage began to decline.In .
County line. The road Is now known Bank, Administrator of the Ritch 1929,Bradford County strawberry
as SR-100. estate. New officers of the bank growers set a record by shipping
In March the state undertook a were J.H. Ritch president S.L. 2,490,872 quarts of berries by April
"tick eradication" program, to free Peek cashier; Col. W.T. Weeks 26..bringing_ $709.713.84 into the local
Florida livestock (horses mules and vice-president and director and economy. The berries brought an
cattle) from ticks, which requiredthe G.M. Inman, Miss Margaret Long average of .28 per quart.
: __ --- aii- i --- ___ ___ dipping of all livestock every 14 J.M. Mitchell and J.H. Ritch direc( Berries were shipped by rail in 32
11Jr days. Mules and horses were exempt quart crates 190 crates to the
from dipping if an examination tors.Price of the bank stock was not refrigerated car. In late March 93
revealed no ticker on the animal but revealed.The cars rolled from the two rail heads
all cattle had to be dipped. BCB did not publish a balance 48 cars from Lawtey and 43 cars
Florida had a "no-fence" law, sheet at the end of the year as banks from Starke.The first week in April
allowing cattle and hogs to run freeon are required to do today. However berries were bringing .38 per quart.
.. anyone's land, on the highways the new board of directors publishedfigures E.S. Matthews, Telegraph owner
Ware closing our Bradford Square Store and moving next door to "SCOTTY'S and railroad right-of-ways. in May, subsequent to their and bank president, was also a state
Automobiles frequently hit cows on taking over. The statement of condi- railroad commissioner who became
In the New Marketplace. Until our move I Is complete our merchandise and the road more especially in wet tion: known as the "Strawberry Commis-

staff will be in the downtown store, located on 100 E, Call St. 964-7064 weather, or at night and were Cash on hand............$148,414.63 sioner" for his efforts to improve
wrecked. The railroads were required .Notes, Bills rail service between Florida and
? LOOK FOR OUR to pay for cows killed by a Discounts.$3S3,597.Sl northern markets, for strawberry
GRAND OPENING tram, and one railroad official was .Deposits...............511292.22 growers. Rail cars were taking 5
heard to say "Nothing improves a Capital.................$ 40,000.00The days to reach New York, and an ex-
r cow like crossing it with a train." bank ad stated "40 years of tra day to reach Boston.
With open range, it was a sight to service" and their slogan was"Bradford The DOS reported the largest
Denmark Furniture C see cows rounded up for dipping. County's Financial volume of checks ever handled
Bradford County had 31 dipping Stronghold." through the bank and added another
vats consisting of herding pens, In 14 months, BCB would close its teller during the berry season. Banking -
i from which cows were funneled intoa doors forever. hours were extended to 4 p.m.,as
Super chute leading to the dipping vat a The "BOS"Bank( of Starke) an accomodation to its patrons.In .
watertight trough, some 6 feet deep would fare somewhat better March Bank President Matthews
and 20 feet long filled with a although the reason isn't clear from said 'So far this has been a
i pesticide. The cows would jump as reading old copies of the Telegraph.BOS wonderful berry season and the
far as possible, go under head and published a Statement of Condition BOS is having a wonderful run of
as of Dec. 31. 1928. showing: business."
Cash Reserves (on hand).$
," : 82,405.80 In a subsequent installment the
!, 8110l01tI.- isrfiltf1* MAJORETTE : .Loans economy of Bradford County and the
outstanding...... Bank of Starke will be reviewed.
CLINIC City and Bonds...$

August 3-6 : 71050.00
9 a.m. til 11:30: a.m. Capital l ................$ 45000.00
ROLL TOP DESKS! BUS Dandroom R.J. Davis was listed as cashier

; Ages 5 to 16 Welcome and!Honor the Bank.bank's" slogan was "A Roll of

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; There will be a show! BOS Annual Meeting...
: Register at the Doorl! Joseph Priestley not only discovered .
Prices January 25, 1929 BOS held its an-
In 1774 he also' discovered
Starting at oxygen
nual meeting, and re-elected E.S.
the make soda
to water
Matthews, president, and A.M. Dar- way

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Two Local Men Killedin

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y11fj 0 r w, !/! -q tt lpyq. Harold David Skwn. II. of llamp- ('R.23tapproximalrl, I ?mule,. west
ton Lake and Michael Dr\m of SK-16 at 2 a m flu trlm-lr
q. Williamson. 21. of Hampton were Iravl'lhng a high rate trf sMtil| .:.
v t killed early Sunday momma when tab mph ran of( the ro.i"lw.iat .1
t their vehicle crashed on Morgan curve, struck a dm >waami
I G Road according lo Trooper Murray culvert and brcanu airlMinif. steed
1a Richardson Trooper Kichardson The F-liird
('aml'dcM'n on the right side. "( the
\ A passenger in the back seal.Fred vehicle rolled over twice iMlnrestriking
# Carlton Johns. 22. of New liner a /guy were with I the lilt suit. -
received multiple facial Ijcerationsand After bouncing off the w ire I IKKuril
a fractured right shoulder, according travelled 23 feet brfurv coming In
to Paramedic Bill O'Ncal rest on ills lop. said KichantoiiSkern
and Nelson Green. Johns was taken and Johns were throw
to Bradford Hospital and transferred from the vehicle. Johns wa.. al>l.- togo
to Alachua General Hospital to a nearby home to seek help
Gainesville where he was released Assisting in the July 26 uciicU-nl
Monday.The I Slarke Squad Five and Krst-ur
: 1985 Ford Thunderbird.driven 160. lleilbroun Springs \".' ),
by Skeen. was travelling on Damage/ lo the T-Bird was S6.JlMI

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Death Car... ......S,leek Nwuwv

I Twe young men from the Hampton area died as a result of this one car were dead at the scene, according to Homicide Investigator I). ('. 3 Used Car Sales Buy, Sell, Tradc
accident early Sunday morning. \Roberts. Another passenger. Carlton Johns! wa Injured in the accidentbut
Driver the car. Harold Skeen and passenger Michael Williamson. [ has been released from AGII. We Finance


I News Briefs Starke, Florida

Cummings CaughtAt vestigators to staked out his Traffic CR-229, CR-231, CR-227 CR-221. 964-7556
residence. CR-230 and CR-100A in Bradford '_ New, Cur Brokerage( -
Car DealershipHaving When Carstens was arrested at Robert Alan Thomas, 22, was arrested .
County. (
July 23 for wilful-wanton 'If You Work, You Kldc
twice served prison time 10:20 p.m. the marijuana was foundin driving while Recognizing the danger
for auto theft, a 21-year-old Starke the trunk of his vehicle,which was license suspend (DWLS). fleeing presented to the public by defective -
man was caught after breaking in also seized. to elude, according to vehicle equipment.Trooperswill
the local car dealership Tuesday. Carstens,who is a correctional of- Patron Hodges. Bond was set at concentrate their efforts on ;
Edward Cummings. released ficer at Florida State Prison, was $303.75, he was released on his own vehicles being operated with
from the Department of CorrectionsJune released to Marion County recognizance. defects such as bad brakes, worn
5, was arrested for burglary authorities where he faces drug tires and defective lighting equip
when he was found inside Orian charges.He was released July 28 on Richard Dean Baker, 19, of Duval ment. In addition, attention will tYw -HJ'HARestauran't
Wells Chevrolet-Olds July 28,accor- his own recognizance by Bradfordand County was arrested July 21 for be directed to drivers who would .
ding to Sgt. W. C. Reno. Marion County.Melbourne DWLS, according to Lt. Winston violate the driver license laws of /
While on routine patrol at 4:17: Barber.He was released after a$210 Florida '
I window of the body shop at the Man checkpoints to be an effective ..
I dealership was broken and the Arrested in StarkeA Jimmie Pool Hicks, 33, of means of enforcing the equip- ,Mandarin I SzKhoan CuIsIne
.overhead garage door had been Gainesville was arrested July 27 for ment and driver license laws of 964-7681 '
pried open at Wells on US-301 north Melbourne man was arrested DWLS, according to Patrolman C. Florida while Insuring the protection
In Starke. July 25 at the Best Western in Starke D. Carter. Bond was set at $101.25, of all motorists. 1900 N. Temple Ave.. US 301 N (To-Renj Motel!
Cummings was found hiding in- after he caused a disturbance.John he was released on his own
side the building inside the bed of a Ernst Strandberg was charged recognizance. Union CountyThe
pickup truck, according to Sgt. with disorderly intoxication, ac- Florida Highway Patrol .
Reno.Bond for the charge was set at cording to Patrolman Al Chapmanand Tony Ray Simpson, 36, of St. will be conducting driver license Announces
$25,000. Sgt.,W.C. Reno.Strandberg and Augustine was arrested July 24 for and vehicle inspection check- WE ARE NOW OPEN
Cummings was arrested Sept Sin ',another man were drinking and yelling .. DWLS, according to Patrolman I points during the week of July 31 '
Georgia for grand then auto after he at the motel causing a Hodges. He was released after a$210 'through August 6 on SR-100, .. fMONDAY THRU SUNDAY I
stole a 1986 Monte Carlo from WellsChevrelot"lds distrubance. He was released on his surety bond was posted. SR-121, SR-231, SR-241, SR-238,
Inc. He pled guilty own recognizance at his first appearance CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, CR-12S, I
and sentenced to 20 months DOC but was detained on a war- Michael Earl Crockett, 18, of CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-796A in Lunch . . . 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
with 81 days credit. He was taken to i rant from Brevard County. He was Lawtey was arrested July 25 for Union County. Dlnner..5 to 9:30 p.m.Norman's .
DOC Nov. 25, 1986. Cummings was later released on that charge also. DWLS, according to Trooper W. M. p.m.
released June 5,having received administrative Abrams. He was released after a
and gain time, which .JI
$210 surety bond was posted. ...
resulted In his serving only a third of Recent ArrestsIn
his sentence. In 1964 Cummings, Randy Allen Chesser of Starke
while a Juvenile, was sentenced to Bradford CountyThe was arrested July 28 for driving
2 yean DOC for grand theft. following arrests were made under influence and no valid driver's
by local authorities in BradfordCounty. license, according to Lt. Barber. He Meat Specials
Man Charged With was released after a $729.50 surety
bond was posted. US 301 S.. STARKE FL ....... .7PM Ml5SAT. D-6ftot
Stealing TelevisionA Paula A. McCloud 19, of Starke
arrested was arrested July 24 on a capias
20-year-old man was
charging failed to keep contact with
26 for taking a television which
defender for retail theft ac-
did not belong to him. ,public cording to Patrolman John Hodges.Bond FliP To Man
the Robert Five Lavon Winds Holden Lodge who on lived US-301 at was set at 1200(cash only),she CheckpointsBradford Fresh Cut-Up Fresh Cut Boneless

I I south,moved,taking a 19"color TV, remains in custody. CountyThe 1/4s Sirloin Steaks
which did not belong to him, with Fryers '.nrlrl Fryer leg
Investigator Tina Jeanette (Clark) Purdy, 23, Florida Highway Patrol
him according to placed was arrested July 23 on two counts of will be conducting driver license
under David Aderholt.arrest but Holden Jumped was from the petit theft, according to Patrolman and vehicle inspection check- .39c : .39; I Ii
while ft was in motion, Gerald Hayes. Bond was set at$500. points during the week of July 31 Ib
patrol car Holden short time before Purdy was released on her own thru August 6 on SR-21, SR-100,
a "
dragging free of the car. Aderholt recognizance and told to stay away SR-230, SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, -- ,
he Jumped from Eckerd's and TG4Y. CR-225 CR-125 I
apprehended Holden and charged I lCR-16, CR-21B j
S him with grand theft and resisting
arrest without violence. .
Holden was taken to Lake City for

was evaluation recovered.and treatment. The TV FOREMOST w' PRicE-WISE Fresh Cut Fryer Thighs Fresh

+ .._ I Prices Good Fryer Breast Pac 5I1. ;. Beef
Family :!!! "
!':'!'' 'ilWi'
Theressa Man combine to bring you Thru PM ::ij t iii11!!;:: or more

Arrested 39-year-old By Theressa FDLEA man was .r LOWER PRICES! Aug. 5th.75 Ib .99$ ib

Treated! last week by agents from ;
Florida Department of Law Enforcement = : = : =
for possession of can-
Guy William Carstens with a Fresh Cut
Lake Geneva post office box address Ancient 1 ConodlaH Fresh CutYIhole Fryers
was arrested at his Theressa calve FryerDrumsticks
residence July 21, according to Age Extra Mist Chuck Roast cut-up FREE
FDLE Special Agent Paul Fuentez.

bad An purchased Informant July 20 one revealed which pound Carstens of led marijuana In-- 750 -.='. 1.7s 6 $! .19ib .55'$ Ib

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Hospital project ,

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work euctly as we were directd.lf. Large Olmson u.s. Fancy 8J I KIWI Fruit
we don't get payment eta the work I Sweet Watermelon I Yellow Squash [

we did we may nave to close our I 30 Ib. avg. $1.49.a. J .39. III 4/$1.' j
doors for good;Its a tad mutton i Beefeater '. SchenleyI !. Christian
hospital due to a, '
for us and for the
poor design In the first place. The, Gin Vodka Brothers California S.ecle
engineering was very poor in this, i 80 Brandy \Jlhlte Potatoes
i Carrots lib White Grapes
cse. i iI
| I 750 .29c J I .69c Ib .79 : 5 lb. bag J
Problem On-Going... STR Ae 750 : pkg : _
wl'6at dispute Fe Huth I r

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iLftaa.and until'La old 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE GROUPER RED Extra Large

Starke US 301 I
Starke on SNAPPER
.N 'In Iltlib0..Y_ nlu1. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771 FILETS Rock Shrimp

4 e"Neig hts Open 7 Days A Week -473-9727 $4.99 LB $4.99 LB $ .99 LB
e s filar of SR 100 on N 21 North


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News Briefs
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Additional Charge

Against FosterA

22-vear-old: Hrooker man. ap
pn'hl'ml.llt'1I than two hours after
he robtx-d an elderly woman in her
home last week has ln-en additional
charged with shooting into an occupied
i dwelling, according to 1.1
,. Glen i :Moore, .
.....rll.lm..r ......h.r.10 arrested
July:.! and charged with hurglary olait
occupied dwelling alter' he
allegedly\ used a shotgun In blast the
lock off the hack door ,>f a HiookcrreMdence.
entered the home and.
took a purse lielimging .to the owner
of the home alter lie chased her into
the yard
t P Total (Mind for the charges 110
Sri S.IO.IHIO: .Foster. remains in custody.
ff Foster is not a. newcomer to (Injustice
j system, he was found guilty
ol aggra'vated; assault. in IMU! and
placed on three years probation
Also in I'.tH-l! lie stole a purse (Hlonging -
to a SIrkl'1111I,11I., In IHH4! he
,7I was found guilty ol, breaking into a
f I'nion County SCIIN| | has paikcd at
Bradford. High for the Del 12: '""1.h..11 -
game all. of which led to Foster
ttv l eing found \olation ol probation
I later I hilt'I'm' Foster w as scnlcnc-
r ed lo :m months ion each. charge' ol
\01"' in the Depailiiient ol Coircclions -
-_.- ;tt wilh the sentences to run concurrent

Flowering Top... midway through... gtxMUne VOMHI.:SMI ail-wmr
I This flowering top of a female marijuana plant IK pulled and 4rKtra4 July::!IlL y;* d Starke Man (;lets
r. 'fgr.x.a1I 18 Months For \'OPA

'nr Starke. man charged "it Iiburglary
.lIf a structure was sentenced
to 1H mouths in Department; nl
5nYh.r- found .
Corrections ,111'11111'was guilty
Tie Heat Is On... ol violating Ins lI..ullilltulI.ISrUl' .
Perm Sate Allen Barnes arrested,
,*uth.rtt r<,in Brold'..r, .CnHm founlirs are alter marijuana plots. l.t. Sept. 2:1.: 19Hi! ( and charged with taking -
Uk>.31Swrratand,.witlk-M,mri f Ihr|jrK.r plants pulled on riffis<< Loop t property from a residence SI
---Setcte-TBTMb. Clair SI He was arrested alter In-
sold a ring he had taken from I tin-
residence to a local. jewelry store
Plants Seized
MarijuanaFJoTida Here The original charge was huiglary.
Haircut and dealing in stolen properly In
March ol this year Barnes pled guilty ( -
Our Best... ..; fiigtaiKBy! fjfaaA anrsurveiUance wonda f areas in Union County July Whitehead said rain poor light 'I lo the lesser charge ol burglary ol
Fixed-Time Conditioning, Hooded none man 25Hi 2IL Tins brings the total to over 1.000 and air sickness suffered by one a structure and was: placed on Ire
r marijuana plinite: enwume on Bmv plants far tsar already more than spotter limited the catch last week. years probation and ordered, to
Low-Odor, Acid Perm For aieacof8radlardc ??,'JulJy3BL wereseized during last year, accor- He said he had hoped to find a few make flltlulIlIlI,111111, (ill days
Children ... Bradford County StB9inTsDfeguIifl '' ding:tt>Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. hundred more plants despite the recent July 13 Barnes pled no ,contest, to
Men, Women, & pulled 242 plants fanc.mf.:ftnnn on_ No arrest were made. All the trend by growers to plant small VOl' and a prcsentewe investigation i -
Only At foot loeieht Saet:IiaJJcmmaa.qp; plants were on ISOlated land owned and isolated plots. was ordered.
m four ma m sus.arrdmg:bLa by a amber company and far from Additional air-surveillance marijuana Barnes was taken to DOC July 2l.!
Glen3fome.Tletfar:{ tplhaltadlliL"! any' dwellings-, said Sheriff hunt in Union County will con 'follow ins his release he will remainon
Hai lanes plants mad the,.....i'faT' ;gotafl Bod IS ?Whitehead. tinue this week probation for three years.
1J2 plants. There wen on aaaasBi. the
Offer mlted Time Only pot was Sound n.........am pmaorJIIqJer
cowry 'ja'tyoiiiy
With Alan, Tina Linda Kay, Charlaor club prrjierty Aa afUaannatt DC Man Charged
Denise Call or Stop By plants; vwne:larslydeogealtlSlE&. HOMETRANSPORT With Sexual Battery
964-4645 aim the plaids_!dtattnggdl By: Sheriff's investigators have charged -
Tuesttty irtimri"m!
a correctional officer sergeant at
Hwy 301 South Starke Union County autttmnaeK enrofiscaleti Union Correctional Institution in
Raiford with sexual after his
aimm TOD fat jptons on t taaarORIAN
475-29O9 371-1212 12-year-old stepdaughter said he
Ir molested her and told her to performa .
I I sexual act with him.
Transporting Mobile Homes Since 1982 I The sergeant, a six-year Department -
of Corrections
employee turned
himself in July 13.
: WELLS Investigator Larry Cochran said
the girl reported the incident July 12.
The man was released by the
PresentingThe judge at his first appearance but
was ordered to have no contact with
lilt Broadway Musical his wife or stepchildren, according
CHEVROLETOLDSUSED to Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.

CAR SALE "Carousel"Starring Additional Jewelry ArrestIn HeistThe

man who planned the robberyof
Williams Jewelry Store in Starke

'87 Oldsmobile Calais Supreme . $11.29500. June authorities 27,, according turned himself to in local last

PW PL AT AC power seat cruise & tilL Bill McRae & Annette PusateriWith Friday
Boris Sebastian "Bass" Colemanwas
'87 Chevrolet Celebrity . . . $9.995.OO arrested July 24 and charged

AT.AC.PB.PS stereo, 5900 miles Don Hardy & Debbie WoodfinGet ding with to robbery Investigator with a David firearm Aderholt., accor-

'86 Monte Carlo SS . . $lUB9SdOO Following Coleman's arrest an addi-
. . Advance Tickets Now tional $4,000 worth of jewelry was
4000 miles LOADED recovered, including several gold
chains and rings..
'86 GMC High Sierra P/U . . . $9.2OO.OO Coleman, who has a Jacksonville
94SS-537O Call Today 964-4522 address, was released after he
cruise tilt. V-8 AT AC 18,000 miles. posted a $10,000 surety bond.

II '86 Chevrolet C-1O . . . . S9.35O.CQ Show Opens On Aug..7, 1987 ty Three have been other charged men from in the Clay robbery Coun-,
miles Scheduled the two men who actually took the
AT AC PS PB 13,500 With Six Performances merchandise and the driver of the

II '86 Pontiac Sunblrd . . 6995.00 - - - - - - - getaway vehicle.
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AT. AC PS PB, stereo, ((2 in stock)

II '86 Buick Somerset . . . $9.150.00

2 dr., AT AC PW PL cruise. Low mileage

II '85 Chevy C-1O Silverado SWB . '. $8.795.OO I FIGHT CANCER !

V-8, AT, AC, PW PL, cruise 37,000 miles

'84 Chevy Conversion Van. Y . . $8j295.OO I

33,000 miles.

U '84 Dodge Charger . . . Y . .3300.00 I Free Skin Cancer Screeningsat

Like NEW! Bradford Hospital

I I '83 Chevy S-1O P/U . . . . Y .5295.00 Friday, July 31, from 2:00-6:00 p.m.

V-6. AT AC. PS 42,000 miles.

II '82 Datsun King Cab . . . . 4895.00
Like new wtopper Call Linda Presley at 9646000to

II '81 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am . . .. 4695.00 schedule your appointment.

T-Top, AC AT .

'81 Ford F 100 . . . -. . . .4388.00
37.000 actual miles. I Sponsored by Bradford Hospitaland

'78 Dodge D200 . . . . . &2.90O.OOAT. I Alachua General Hospital's

V-8. I Cancer and Oncology program.
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Bradford Hospital Inc.
rfI' 922 East Call Street

== 'Chevrolet-Ol] dsmobile Starke, FL 32091A

SantaFe Healthcare program

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July 30,1887 B SECTION .7Love

is Big


Project for BRATS A { ,

VEI? ;614r S V's''Ir
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On ? :$+ { '" 5I ra 'r"t s s l rf M 'f f ,r, c;,. ask,
upcoming event should be high on >'Hir MM ul. liM ih">oprnmg of 'r f t' 4r41 i7? t ; l ri4 4sll
the musical (,arousel" to "* put on h> the Uradlord Itrporlor Art -
Theatre I BRATS for short btoglllnlllt August 7th i>n IhtMjrk* Klcmrn
tary School stage.Performances + i r
will" be held August 7, B and !f. then again on August 13.
14.h and isth and Is the most ambitious '
prudui-tiun staged >el l>> this
growing group.Advance ..
tickets are available for$5 for adults and S4 for hiltlren under

Tickets will also be available at the door but u ill c:..... $1 t more r 4 r'wRnx
For advance ticket information call 964.5370 or 9M.4322: !
"Carousel" is a popular musical by Rogers and llammerstein that u as
based on a fantasy play b> Kcrenc Moln.tr and was first presented im
Broadway in IMS
The play was made into a moxiem 1Ii6: und AnifrnanaitresKShirle\:
Jones starred in both \'ersioasThelocal .

production will star Hill :Millie and Annette l'u!..IIt'rJ with"
.,, Don Hardy and Debbie Woodfin
The latest BRATS production will Inin the t..II"I"ocIUln't'torJ,1/ hand.
of C osuelo DodgeTraffic,


Court FinalsThe i

following defendants ap pi rod tag mobile Mime dismissed,
peared before Judge George II pav' ISO court costs:
Fierce July 21 in Bradford ('ounty John 1\1. Brow pled guilt DWI.S. 4 \
Traffic Court, their cases received i ie'
45 dilllm jail credit for time srrv-edil4daMl
final diSposition. .
Brown pled guilty DUI violation
William V. Lopcrena pled guilt of probation l.; 6U dj\s in jail.
no valid driver license iNVDLi. suspended after 31 served
days ,continue -
ordered to pay $50 court costs. one year under Salvation Ar Cast of Carousel...

Lopcrcna pled guilty leaving the my supervision Local theatrical virtuosos are practicing lor the upcoming performance
scene of accident; ordered to pay Thomas! P. Futch pled guilt OUT of Carousel.
$50 fined J62.. license suspended six ', The cast and crew who will be bringing this performance are
Walter W. Rhoden pled/ guilty driving months 50 hours community work (Standing, l-r) Chris Davidson andlMrs.\ Mullen. Don Neel as the
while license suspended under Salvation Army one year, at- storekeeper and a fisherman, Peggy Neel as a minor character. Bill
1DWLS); lined $12750 tend DUI school.: McRae Billy Bigelow,Annette Pusateri as Julie Jordan two of the major
Ray C. Smith pled guilty NVDL; David L. Nash pled guilty NVDL. characters\ ). Debbie Woodfin. Carrie Pepperldge Snow Don Hardyas
fined $101.25.Smith presented valid license fined Enoch Snow (two ol the major characters). Patty Kay Elder as Nettle
pled guilty second charge 10125. 4 ti ,Lo Lora Conti as Armlny, Paul Carter as Jigger Cralgen Ruth Riddick as
NVDL; fined $127.50. Nash pled guilty unlawful speed; Mrs. Bascomb. Michael Becker as one ol the Snow children.
John R. Cartec pled no contest no fined $80.Alvaughn. (Kneeling, l-r) Roger Rothwell as Mr. Bascomb and a sailor Richard
lag; ordered to pay $50 court costs. Richardo Golden pled Muse as the ship captain Chris Powell as Enoch Snow Jr.
Katherine T. Harding pled guilty guilty DWLS: 75 days in jail, credit i (Seated, l-r) Tyler Elder as a fisherman, Claudine Greenley as Penny.
DWLS; sentenced to ten days in jail, for time served, rest of time Michael Pusateri as one ol the Snow children. Mindy Rother as Louise
fined $101.25. suspended when goes to VA Bigelow Aaron Woodfin (on edge of stage) as one of the Snow children
Harding pled guilty leaving scene Hospital attend BUGCeveryday until Julie Feguson as one ol the Snow children pianist Dan Martin, page
of accident; dismissed. goes to hospital. 1 *_ turner Suzy Wilson.
Edsel F. Pierce pled no contest Golden charged with. unlawful (Front) Consuelo Doge director.
careless driving; fined $50 speed; lined $114. Not Shown) David Dodge technical director Rob Wentworth Lindsay
Pierce pled no contest DWLS; lined Kenneth G. Smith pled guilty Woodfin, Donald Hardy and Casey Barnauskas.
$101.25. DWLS; fined 10125. ri Note- Bill McRae also serves as musical director.
Terry L. Albertelli pled guilty Clarence D. Bowen pled no contest 1
driving under the influence (DUD; DWLS; fined 10125. 'I i
fined $362, license suspended six Bowen pled no contest second '
months, must attend DUI school 50 charge DWLS; fined $101.25. q v
hours community work Salvation S

Army supervision for payment Misdemeanor Court r
within one year.
Daniel R. Byrd pled guilty DWLS; Elizabeth Smith pled no contest -
ten days in jail, fined 10125. bad check $74 Winn-Dixie; ordered 1 r
Jefferey R. Cole pled no contest to pay $50 court costs and make
DWLS; produced valid license, restitution, Salvation Army supervi- E
ordered to pay $50 court costs. sion for six months for payment. and Marriage... MOBILE
C McBride Smith pled no contest bad check q
Margaret pled guilty CENTRAL AIR tby
improper tag; produced valid tag, $189.14 Wmn Dixie, $50 court costs Annette Pusaleri and Bill McRae find their way through trials and HOME
dismissed. and restitution. tribulations as Julie Jordan and Billy Bigelow. two of the main leading A top notch unit especially design
Robert L. Webb pled guilty tag Smith pled no contest bad check role in Carousel. ed for mobile homes. Ask about
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$15.23 Wmn Dixie $50 court costs .
unlawful alteration; lined 10125. ; t1. /} our. no money down special.NAME
William N. Addison pled guilty and restitution. 'l/iAE
allowing minor to drive; ordered to Smith pled no contest bad check SwH Y Sauiyosw
$99.81. make restitution. ''' w
$50 court costs.
Smith bad check Winn Dixie :Ie
Dean A. Reddish pled guilty DUI; .
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$78 45 make restitution.
lined $362, license suspended six ;
months, 50 hours community work Smith bad check 30.81 Winn Dix- _....".. -
attend DUI school, one year Salvation ie; ordered to make restitution. Macadamia nuts are also known as Australian nuts bop- c
Army supervision. Martin D.Summer pled guilty tow pie nuts, bush nuts and Queensland nuts. 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 96..7701
Annie B.Byrd pled guilty unlawful ing skier without rearview mirror or
speed; fined $140. observer; ordered to pay $50 court jfcsJ6J&JSJ5XXXEJ&! &O
Byrd pled guilty unlawful speed costs.
dismissed. ; Robert P. Willingham pled guilty Used Car Sales Buy, Sell, Trade

Kenneth W. Davis pled guilty drinking in public; ordered to pay We FinanceD YOUR PLEASURE
DUI; fined $362, license suspendedsix $50 court costs. ,
months attend DUI school, 50 Michael E. Crockett pled guilty
hours community work, one year drinking in public; $50 court costs. & S MOTORS
Salvation Army supervision. Charles R. Wright pled no contest
Frank J. Samrov, III pled guilty battery; 60 days Salvation Army Starke, Florida
supervision, 25 hours communitywork
DWLS; lined $127.50.
Samrov pled guilty passenger $50 court costs. 964-7556 Ride'i
under 16 no seat belt; lined $20. Benjamin Franklyn Brown pled no : .A'
Michael E. Christian pled guilty contest trespass on property; six New Car Brokcr ,
failed to transfer tag; ordered to pay months Salvation Army probation ulf You Work, You '
attend BUGC for
$50 court costs.Leonardo alcohol abuse
Fuentes pled no contest violate no laws. lined $101.25.See .
expired tag mobile home; ordered to Pag 10
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Hobert S. Keaton pled no contest
expired tag; presented valid tag
ordered to pay $50 court costs ORIAN WELLSChevroletOldsmobile '
Keaton pled no contest NVDL; I''
presented valid license, dismissed.
Jackie V.Smith pled no contest ex- ..h- :. 1 '

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THAIS YOUR BUSINESS truck mla,, parts and motor - .. IOST BIRD Grohom area 9 inches
WANT '0 no", long green with yellow and ted under
964 8462. Lon Seville. 7 23 2tchg 730 : h. 301 South rest
THAT WJ CUTLASS CALAIS, excellent condi to United Realty 964 6848. 964 8447 wing Rewoid lot return and mloima
Alcoholics Anonymous lion looks like $5100. Call after Non Call 964 8162 730 Itpd
n.w 6 or ews.1)3 3627 4 16 tlnchg'
p m. 7823500. 7 23 2tchg 730 GULF STATION FOR LEASE. 1101 N. Tern
pd.hu IllS CADILLACS. MERCEDES PORSCHE etc pie Ave Call or write Jell Shannon I found pleottr return to The Telegioph
CHAIN LINK FENCE: In.lolled. Free dustrum Government. Seised In Son Jose Place '27, Jacksonville FL 135 W Call Si 7 232'pd' 7 30 Cecelia Jerwlllegar1! REALTOR

ettimotet, HandyMan Fence Co. drug raids. Available/ your area. Save 32217. phone 904 262 4119 for appoint
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964 8559 rfn $thouiond>$ 2164533000. Ext. A4259. me.it. 7 23 2ipd 130 "
HANDYMAN: carpentry pointing. elec- 7 23 2pd 730 COMMERCIAL BUILDING .ON CORNER BOATS We.Makethe Extra Effort

tricot complete home repoir.teotonoble 1917 DODGE D-S0. oir conditioned., FOR LEASE: Will work term with
rote, licensed controctor.RB00493O6 AM FM cassette 5 speed Take overpoymenu. Lose Acio Irorn SFCC Bett comer "7I UFT. COBIA BOAT ITS HP Some of our new listings:
Coll Milch. 4733940. 1 '9rln 964 6055 7 23 2tpd 730 m towns I Coll 964 7188 7 30 tin Johnson Only SI400. Coll S33 24SI
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All moke B4 IUICK REGAL 6 eyl.. 2 des. pw. pb. FOR RENT Retail Soles S Office Space alter 6 p.m 7 16 line r a
cleaned oiled and odutted.| SIS. Used x. am Im stereo cassette. 964 7545. Call 964 SO69 or 964 4048. Ask for JET BOAT 16 ft. Booruni 460 c > Ford
sewing machine for solo. lames 7'23 4tchg8 13 .. ra
Suton .
Faulkner Broker Owner 7 30 engine, drive on trailer All excellent
Stncklond. corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy 1915 VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition. Itchg condition.' 15.000. 78? 3660. 23 lli| :. ewyitvjxiTifl iij e
16. SIoko. 964 8733. 3 19 tin still under full warranty, buying on '87
ATTENTION LOCAL ARTISTS/CRAFT PER Polaris white block Mfaaragspaws'qualified sea s
w accents, silver
SONS. Are you interested, In selling grey Interior very sporty. AM FM ;jbuyor HAAiiiloctf!<$>Yeri> jfanflitgiirtafjiidlsp6salDlhwash
through our hop. Shop .
opening soon stereo co"o" AC five speed. New
Call 782 3187 alter 6 p.m. for information $13.500 Asking $8.500. Call 964 6305 r;ireirlfli.*flraplacij-i cellltigffarTimnlbllrrds

1'? SIchg 7/30 or 473 4380. Ask for Mark. MFtfn \Accelerated JRe&Itv | built-in book shelves & planter;,walk-In closets,
LAWN SERVICE for residential and com. 1917 DODGE MINIVAN conversion, TV :
merciol. Reatonoble rotor Free bed. blinds, cools 6 Cyl.' with oir" prlnkler system.Joarage door opener: Common elements,

estimate 964-4238. 7/16 rinchg 70.0OO warranty. $17,000 OBO. gre hspace docks prte naltennl* courts.Near Keysto
LAWN SERVICES, matt lawn. $20. Freeestimates. 964 8809. 7/30 Itpd eUNUSUAL '"
964-4238. 7/16 tlnchg 19(2 FORD COURIER PICK UP speed..
GIN OR CNA CAPABLE, dependable w'od. oir. $1500 OBO. 96/-//35.7 30
and reasonable. Coll 964 6053. 7/23 Itpd I I : COMMERCIAL OFFERING-STARKE
2tchg 7x30H 1977 HONDA CVCC rebuilt engine, nice : 4IWI
H CONCRETE stereo, good tI,... Also 1977 Pinto Storage Warehouse, approx. 2800 sq. ft. :bldg right by

We pour slobs sidewalk. oil type wagon good transportation for collegeor Walnut St. railroad track, with It's own private loading ramp &
curves and potiot 4739058. 7/30 work. 964-6680 after 12 noon. 7 30
4tpd 8 20S1ANlEY llchg (Hwy. 301 S) parking spaces. Brownlee & Cherry Sts.

HOME PRODUCTS, tired ofiprnding 197 PINTO good mechanical condition' Starke, FL >.
every week on cleaner Buy new tires." 961-//M. 7/301tchg Y r Ny.i
concentrated for leul l Or have a party 1911. CHEV. CITATION, ',...44,... 7/30 Wayne E. Douglas. MSA r a.i ,
and get them Ireel I Guaranteed since llchg r : r a ;d
1935. 964.4785. 7/301tpd 1913 MERCURY COLONY PARK 8 Designated Appraiser r .
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HAVE YOUR HOUSE or place ol business passenger station wagon Well main
cleaned weekly or when ever needed. tained. 96/-5635. 7/30 llpdSCHOOLS / Homes/ Lots J Acreage/ WaterfrontS : ',
Very reasonable rotor Coll 96/-.755.
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LAWN SERVICE, yard cut and trimmed. FAMILY LIVING Brick, 311R 2BA.Formal Living It Dining Rooms. r t K t l l j c"Y :
Any site. Free estimate. Coll
485-1255 Family Room w/Fircplace, Large Screened Porch w/IlliQ Grill,Swimming Pool,
alter 5
p m. Itpd SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks Guest Cottage,on 4 Loll" Crystal Lake Acceit. ... ..COMMERCIAL...
Drive Big Trucks! DOT Certification. I.A wny: AREA 6.92 Acrci with 3BR. IR, frame I lomc.and DW Mohilc 301 N L5 ocres MH hook-up 2 buildings 240' on 301 S 3.000SI20

Assistance.Local' and National Correspondence/Resident Job Placement Home in Encellcnl Condition,3BR.21)A, Covered Patios; and C.rronI'eca"Trees| 301 N by Econo lodge 165.01 on 301 000
FARM 301 N approximately ISO x 220
EQUIPMENT opprox $175000
Training. Eligible Institution for Financial niucbcny Plants,Well & Septic 301 N Dairy Queen
Building $93000
Ald. Guaranteed Student Loans. O\VMR FINANCING ON HOUSE AND LAND. Frame,4HR.ZHA. I
301 S
STEEL BUILDINGS Mutt sell 2 arch- Coll 18003463112. frontage $ 85.000
styled steel buildings from cancella Hotter Resident United Truck CII/A, Newly Painted,New Carpet Has 1BRJ2HA Apanmcnl w/Scparalc 301 and Washington St. 267 5 x 105 S 91 500
Training: Tampa,
tion. One Is 40 x 40 Brand new. Call Florida. Home Office/ : Clearwoter. Entrance, all on 5 Acres. 301 S 270'on 301 opprox. 2 acres $150.000
Jim I-BOO.S27.0icon 87.315 Florida. Icon 87.321 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM .CB Home, 2BK, 211A Extra Urge ....HOMES.....
Living/Dining Romm, Family Room, Breakfast Room, Kitchen w/Snack liar and 1240 Blooding, St. 4 BR, 2 BA newly remodeled $ 44,000
Alvarei Court Frame, 2 BR, I BA 20.000
of Cabinets Enclosed
_.-. .- Plenty Garage.
Lake Butler 4 BR. 2 BA 90 +
$ 26.000
PEACEFUL NEIGHBORHOOD Brick Home I Acre 4UR 211A CiliA yeor
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I451--2I AC. MOBILE HOME PARK 57 Rd 100 across New River, Bridge MH 3.33 acres 47.500
spaces, home, commercial building.' Fireplace in Living Room, Formal Dining room, Large Eat-In Kitchen, Enclosed odloining366ocresnoresidenca. $ 12.000

Expand your investment here! Garage. Edwards Loop 3 BR. 2 BA, one acre $62.000
4396-20 AC ZONED MOBILE HOME MAINTENANCE! FREE EXTERIOR 3DR, I BA,CII/A,Las of Closets. Orange and Pratt 2/1 'frame $ 25.000

PARK inside city limits, city utilities Large Utility CB House w/Room for Freezer A Washer/Dryer,Workshop,Pecan Breaker 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks Sub., extra lot $ 44.000
available, also 2 br. furnished home. MATHEVlISREALTY Trees, Fruit Trees,Grape Arbor,on m3 Lou,Nice Lawn Some Furniture. Meng Dairy Rd. 2.25 ocr.... 3' I CB. CH 'A S 40.000
'427..4 BR.. 2BA brick home on 5 TWO-STORY CEDAR Buy and Complete this SBR/3BA Home,Large Laura St. 31 I CB fenced' yard walking distance' 35.500
acres new born check this outl' Only 1B"s Crosby lake and canal MH corner lot $ 42,000
Living room, Dining Room,Recreation Room, Front and Back Porches,on 7.6 .
$75.900. Crosby Lake Canal 2 BR. I BA, CH A. frame $ 41.000
4452-60 AC. FARM, 2-story home, SERVING: NVl"PUlIsrlll.. Raw Kingsley lake Village 2 BR, J BA. Frame. S 'lots S ? .
pasture ponds, stalls and morel! REALTOR STARKE setv/cf 1.737SQ FT CB HOME 3BR.2BA.CH/A Range,Refri& Dishwasher. ...SAMPSON LAKE../'
Privacy Plus. JACKSONVILLEGAINESVILLE Large Enclosed Porch,on a Large Lot with Nice Lawn A Shrubbery. lakefront' Lot S Lake access Lot s"t- .*. .,...,
FOR RENT: Waterfront home, furnish IN THE COUNTRY Brick 3BR. I 1/2/ BA,Range&Refrl,Nice Lot. Prices range from "" $ 9.000

ed. Also. Commercial space fronting AREA WALK TO SCHOOL.*3BR, I 1/2 BA,CB )Home, Living-Dining-Kitchcn, to
US 301. Central Heat on Nice Lot. 21.000
HOMES ..... ....
Lorraine CLOSE TO SHOPPING Brick Home,3BR, I 1/2 BA,Central Heat, AC, ACREAGE
Champion. Broker
COMMERCIAL Rd. 100 East 1.37 acres $ 7,000
Range & Refri.
105th Ave. Lowtey 2 '/ acres cleared S 8.000
8TROVT REALTY"'I' FARM ACREAGE RIPE FOR A TRANSACTION CB Home 3Br. 1BA. Hampton 138ocresThitproperlyhotevarylhing $438.000

WATER FRONT l.iving-Dining-Kitchen Combo Central heat on Nice Lot. Lawtey 5 acres 105th Ave. 13,000,

= ENJOY THE PORCHES DW Mobile Home, 3BR,2BA,Well & Septic, on 1.72, Rd 100 E 12 acres plus ,fish pond 26.000,

884. PROPERTY Acrel. Flume Rd. 9 acres loins| Country Club $49.000,

or 441 W. MADISON ST. HANDY MAN'S HAVEN Story frame,3BR.2BA, Extra Large Living -D I\ing Rd. 16E 9 ocr... 2 wells, 3 septic tanks 45.000 i

473-3006 STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 Area,Fireplace.Well" Septic,$23.000.Two Vacant Lots Adjoining Property for Rd. 16 W and Crawford R. 7 acres $ 13.000 I
Sale. SELECTED PROPERTIES Oklawaha River 3 beautiful' acres $ 15.000
838 N. Temple Starke 1-904-964-4469 Graham 14'/. acres cleared $ 18 850
._ .LA WfEY-:2 Lou Inside City Limits.Zoned for Mobile Homes.
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.TEN ACRES Bradford 13th Street N.E. Pecan Grove. .
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2 septic tanks, 2 poles, owner finance, $ 50.000Or
I .LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100x790 ft,on the w..cI! will split each $27000

I II II 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County Priced To Sell. Brownlee Rd. 36.43 acres owner fin. 82,332
? +, ACRES in South Clay County Residential,Agricultural,$17,900. Bayless Hwy 50 acres, frame home A egg farm

( .r'r .20 ACRES -NW Bradford County,Residential-Agriculmnl. | Owner finance, .....TOTS..... 1'50000
LAKE LOTS Crosby & Sampson Lakes,Owner Financing. Country Club Estates 2 las ($ 7.500
.4.55 ACRES & 2.16 ACRES:Near Graham.Zoned for MI I. ($ 8.500

r .CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W,2 Blocks from 301. Kingsley Lake Village 2 lots $ 4.500
Mh I .CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Se ion. Crosby lake lot 22. Make Offer $ 17.000

rI HWY 301 SOUTH .Two separate' parcel Good Business location. Washington and Cherry 2'lot S 8.000

I HWY 301 SOUTH S Acres near Earlelon Beach,210'on Highway Windingreetoke lot 246 Florida Frontier 15,000

i .COMM BLDG.IN CITY Appro*. I5OOO.q ft floor apace After Hour
Pauline Randolph 964-6323
I Long'od Appraiser 496-2291
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OR THINGS RELATED Ann.Terwillegar Nelson 473-7541


Susan M. Faulkner GRI. CRB PRESIDENT

ERA FAULKNER REALTY, INC. E MH AND 19+ ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Storke. 3/2

doublewide with large open country porch, on 19 acres of sheer privacy
Located Hwy. 301 2 Blks S. SR.100 r 3/1 FRAME 1.400 iq. ft: 2/2 MH like now All on 1.76 acts $46,000.

221 W. Lafayette Street + MOBILE HOME WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many .xlraa. South of Starke
on 2.5 acres. $32,500 with owner financing
I A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, 1 BA central HSA on major highway, Plenty of
n + torage In basement Inovativ financing. Priced to sell $26,500.
9645069REALTOR 964-4522 JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Mobil. home, 3 BR. 1 BA on 1.4 acre
I STARKE FL CRYSTAL LAKE AREA Need 'lot of (pace? Over 2.000 sq. ft. In this better

r a than new brick home. 3 BR, 2 BA CHSA on 2 Iota. $110.000
REALTOR r r LAWTEY ARFA 3/2 CB. CHSA, approx. 1,500 sq. ft. on 1 acre, $53.900. I


:' r 11 ACRES On SR 16 ft Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.

Irene L Faulkner- 964-5142 r s r rr 2 LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES $8,800 for both.
KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 'lot for $5,500.
o Lucille Spry 964-8420 1 LOT ON BROOKLYN LAKE COVE. Beautiful beach, $30,000.

o Bobby Biggs 964.7331GRAHAM Appr.l rAFpraUatV < LAKE LOTS on Sampson Lake.
r SAMPSON CITY AREA Deer Hunting I* good on I octet Heavy
timber Close to Sampson Lake, 532,000.Owner linanc
for Reslden ;*: farrny Comm rell ku ln v ,
COUNTRY CLUB Building Iota from $6.500. Some wii.i owner financing.
1 acre fenced, has 3 BR, IVi Bath, only $36,000. COMMERCIAL*

MOBILE HOME PARK SITE. 8 acre* Market Road w/lngress on US 301. City
beautiful acres. Nice shade trees & fruit trees. All this for Beautiful Brick 4/2. CHSA. fireplace, energy efficient on 2 acres In Starke. water S sewer available Starke.

$41 ,000. $89,900.1 I Additional \ocr.o"\( ) available, I LAKE BUTLER 1.300 sq. ft. building on 104 x 208 lot. Plenty of parking.

*REMODELED 3 BR, 1 Bath block home on good size lot in *TURN KEY OPERATION Boat manufacturing the popular Stumpknocker
. town. $33,500. and Grlffcraft fishing boat Owner assistance.

;. *BRICK DUPLEX in town Positive cash flow. Call today this HOMES IN STARKE* *ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, full occupancy, call) for detail
*2400 SQ. FT. Spanking n.w warehouse! 3 Large overhead roll-up door.
j won't last long. *LEASE W/OPTION TO IUY Exc.ptlonol Brick Home In absolutely the best *INVESTORS Plnesong SID. Paved rood through prop.rty. Owner fin.

*LEGION TERRACE 3 BR, 1 '/ Bath. Perfect location for shopping location. 3 BR, 2 BA.over 1.600 sq.ft. living area,double garage. CH/A, 12tf x *US 301 Vacant land available. Assorted size A acreage. Call 'for Info.
" ilOO' lot. city water I tewer. $70,300.
schools etc. *IN THI lEST AREA On Bettenr Rood, lovely 3 Bedroom, 3 bath separate OUT OF STARKE *
*REDUCED I Beautiful lot ov.r 1 / acres. Close to town with dining ,room double garage, many amenities. On 5 acre, 105000. *LAKE BUTLER Price reduced to 530,000.Owner needs to cell horn. Will

f. 12x60 1979 furnished mobile. home. Owner will hold some *FOR THE GOLFER Country Club, over I M acre. :3/2.: All brick sunken II... acrifice to buy larger ham In the country. Hurry
mortgage. ng room fireplace, celling to floor window many extra $79,900. I* WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart lake w/3 BR MH, CHAA. $30.000.

... *COTTAGE In Marion County on river. Good hunting & fishing. rDEER RUN Immaculate living In this 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad, security HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story 3/2 CH/A craftsmanship unavailable today.
. ght, itocked lok. Ideal for retired. Only $15.500. 1* WALDO Price reduced to $28.000, convenient to everything, 2/1.
financing *IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARKI. CH4A, 2 car carport, 100 X 100 'lot. $53,000. REDUCED $1,000 FOR QUICK SAII-RAIFORD AREA Brick 3'/2 on aver 1
i! ,*IN TOWN 3 BR, 1 both frame, hardwood floor, only 32900. *EXCEITIONAI 3 IR. over 1300 *q. ft. $28.000. ac,.. This Immaculate home hoe over 1,800 sq. fl. CHAA, range ,.f" .,
f..,, If You Don't See What You're Looking For '*SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, IVi Ba, approx. 1400 *q. ft., $39.900. dishwasher, above ground pool. Too many extra to mention. Only $63.000.
In Our Ad Call Us AnywayWe *HANDY MAN SPECIAL Brick hom., approx. 150 x 200 lot, $20.000. HAMPTON LAKE *
*FRAME HOME on N. Church St. Immaculate. Only $28.600.
Have Many Other Properties Available *PRICE REDUCED 3/1 CB, CHAA In Starke. Owner financed. $36,000. *ALMOST NEW CONTEM'OIlAIIY.lmmoculol., 7S ft. lake}root, $108.000.
BRICK HOME many extra. 79 ... of white randy beach. Only 87000.
Commercial ft Residential Rentals Available I *HOMES IN THE COUNTRY *
We Invite( Inquiries On Our Other Properties
*OWNER SAYS GET OFFER doublewide, 10 acre of' good land $47,000.
11f *FOR RENTS 3 bedroom, 1 both In Starke.
*S MOBILE HOMES on 2 9 acre Fun th Road. $350 per month.Pag" .
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UCINMO UN NEEDED ., Whltperlng' I .1 MN FURNISHED qulatneighborhood. CHARMING LAKESIDE COTTAGE 3 ClAUtfMO AOVUTIWNG should be tubmitred BASS BOAT 16 CloHio.i 1982 70'ipJohnton
Pins' C" C.nl.rChoro* nurse, DOUBLE QUEEN WOODEN bed frame.: .... the ._ at
Hwy .. Vt mile from ci room*. both and walk closet $2SO ta lake ffegtan Mono trailer excellent condition
,ull-tlm.. .PIN U'Ns needed, 106. ty. 46B-1323. 2/12 tin full .1.. ,atl..... set Fairfiald service per mo. 473 7413 4tchg .7 30 ffica m _....... and paid MI advance eitret $' 750. 4737717. tfpd 7 30
Phono 964 6230. Experienced need on- KM RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APART- for S. china 964 5576. 7 30 Itpd MAKE SUMMER RESERVATIONS NOW un..** credit II already a.tobl>.rted FOR SALE 10 speed Cruitei like MOMS2SO
I ry 10 apply. a/I} Hn MINTS I I 2 M units CoIl ....7295. CUB TRACTOR Cattle rack, fiberglass on lake Geneva. Efficiency stoning a* with the off.ce.MONITOR 473 4340 Itpd 7 30
SECURITY OFFICERS needed Immediotely/ between 9 a.m. A 11:30 a.m. Mon.. bo.. 7823673. 7 30 Itpd $150 weekly' Monthly or seasonal I d... STAFF CANNOT Bf MUD PIANO FOR SALE wanted ivtpoittiblo,
for Moxvlllo location Top poy end Two, Thurs.. I Frl. Equal. Opportunity MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At. low ot counts Special rates for year round RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN potty to 0..".... tinoll monthly
benefits. All unllormi furnished. Hou"ng.23 1'4." par month. Call 964 6946. Hn CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN See
tlnchg lake Geneva Rentals 473 2919. 4tchg OVER payment ait pioitc locally Coll
P1'leoe toll 355.5600' further Infor-' 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 7 16 B 6 THE TELEPHONE ciedit manager at I 800 447 4766 2'pd
motion. 7/16 3lcbg 7/30 Clot to Measures 24.>>". 25 cent each. Great Ck ileddeodlinai, ll 00 7237tO:
prison on Hwy 223. Call ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE IBR cot- a m pr>orta
BABYSITTER NEEDED Need mature, ....1323. 6/4 tlnchg for patching and rapalr TELEGRAPH. toga. AC. furnished. $275 per mo. Thursday publoeo...... FOR SALE Whirlpool tide by tide 19
dependable persono co,. of B yoar MVSTONC HBOHT$ NOME KM lINT 3 135 W. Call S,. 964.6305.BLUEBERRIES. 904-246-4160 or 473.2440. 4fchg Minimum,charge 9% 1$ward' for$3 50. cult gold relrigerotoi/ S72S....."..",
old mole. Monday Friday after school .... 2 BA. garage screen porch U-PICK. 50 cant a pound. 7 23 8 13 then II cents lo each word IbeiealierPERSONAL condition 47S 7964 f n ftwrrKpndvItpd
hour until $:.30 or' oil day whom school' II to wall carpal, equip- 1 mile watt of lawley. CR 225 Call FOR RENT 2BR. IBA. Brooklyn Cove or 7 30

It out. Sand work history reference -kitchen.' 2.5 aero. many .." ... 782.3344 or 782-3942. tfnce 3BR. 2BA overlooking Laka Bedford SERVICES _
and salary requirement to: Child. 450 month 4733966. 7/16 WHIRLPOOL SELF CLEANING OVEN like .. .
Stebg 7/30 $275 and $380. Mrs. P. 473 354>2 or YARD SALES
Cora, cia P.O. Drowar A. Stork. Fl BPPKMMCY APT $100 deposit. $80 week new $750. call 9645733. 7 16 4tchg 473.4903. Stchg 7 :30 8 13
32091. 7/16 3.ehe 7/30 or $210 monthly.. Utilities B furniture 8'6 HSSUM WASHING Haute. mobile
BOOKKEEPER, port-tln'.. 30 hr.. per furnished. Call offer 3:30.: Connie IIFT. JOHN BOAT with trailer and I', S BR. I SA'on lake Johnson. I out. home pool deck. *>dewolli'. .. Free GARAGE SALE. Fn K Sot July 31 Aug
week for lumbar B hardware .64.,.16.7123 7/30 hp Johnson Motor A oce..o..... building. Enclosed porch. $229 month estimate Call Hob 473 3590. 3 S 19am. S p m 864} Ookv.ow Rd
company 2tchg plus deposit. .....286 or 966 6100. M.I,.... Sign* potted on Hwy 21 Itpd
Reply to: '.0.10.364. La". Canavo. HOUSES KM RENTs $20 thru (390. 431-1696 altar' 5. 7/73 2tchg 7 30 rlnclig
Fl 32660. 7/23 tlnchg 964-5377 after 530.: 7/23 2tchg 7/30 TENOR YAMAHA TROMBONE mid. 2tpd B 6 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging 7 30
OVER M AND STIll LOOKING or workIng MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARK range. Brand new condition New Call The lawn Barber 473 3S90 Free 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Fti. ft Sot July
hard $300. 9647450. 7'73 7/30: I".mal" 3 S 31 Aug I 8 III ? clothing and
case 2ipd Ifnchg
Moyba you hov.,, 'laornadtha Mobile Homes and for rant.
kay to luccet y.'. Call 964-8830. Recreational' vehicle spaces welcome. Phone 14 FT. THUNDER CRAFT SKI. BOAT with a MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE A C SERVICE ...,............otiK mtwla household item.*. I 4 mile post Girma
90 HP 782.3801 ...... All..... reasonable follow
exciting paopla. 7/23 2tpd 7/30 ....7491. 9/16 Hn Mercury motor or rare
FEDERAL STAT B OViL SERVICE JOBS NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 SR. 2 782-3281. 7/302tchgB 6 14 X 70 MOBILE HOME 2BR. I8A. 47S-7SI2 Steven. 4chg 7 9.7 30 GARAGE SALE. Fn 8 Sot July 31 Aug
$16.707 to $59.148/Veor. Now Hiring! BA apt. For mora Information call Loka NORITAKS CHINA SET. serving for 8 with replace, partially furnished on good. PERSONAL HOUSE CLEANING new cantrvction 1.90 m. 3 p m. 4SO SW Dove S"eel

Call JOB LINE 1-SIS-459.3611 i,'. Butler Apr 496-3141. Equal' Oppor- extra tea serving $150; Solid wood sited lot central air. 521.000.473-2077 01_. .Insured banded Far IIpd 7 30
F-3377 for Info 24 hr.. 7/23 3tpd 8/6 unity Housing. 6/7 tlnchg desk end hutch $85; 1977 Ford pickup. until 9 p.m. or 473 7919 alter 6 pm. more mlormotron 473 4298 4fcKg :3 FAMILY AID SALE Saturday, Aug I IB I.

TRACTOR TRAILER DRIVERS If you',. at ROOMS KM RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 1900.964157. 7/30ltpd: 2tchg 7 I6-7/3O 7 338 13 .12 noon. LOll of baby item.*, One
1 loot! 23 with a good driving racord and par night. From $35 per waak. Discount YORK WEIGHTS. 350 lb>. of cast Iron FOR SALE BY OWNER 14'wide.. 3M, $.tO FREE MERCHANDISE for having a block down from Ho'd.... 7 30 Itchg
work history with no mora than 2 moving offered for' longer term. Apply' In par- weight Heavy duty bench wI aqua'.oek. IBA. on corner. lot near town flexible. PO" ". Star Christmas thopoing early.
Preacher curl bench attachments.adlustoble on term. 473 2730: 4tchg 1-168 6 For information call 1731298.
violation In 3 y..... the Pool son. Magnolia Hotel' Walnut St. across 4fchg REAL ESTATELAND
Truck Una li for you. Driven with I... Irom Post Office. TF bock and strop for sit up. 7235 13HOUSECEEANIMC
than 12 month ov.r tha rood ox- APARTMENTS FOR liNT Newly' Extra curl bar, 2 straight bo... 211Ib. PETS IN KEYSTONE SALES .
parlance will bo considered Ol a Pool, decorated everything furnished laundry dumb belli. 2.10 lb. dumb bells and HEIGHTS AREA 473-355O. Itchg 7 :30 cleared Farms 5 ociet,
2 dumb bell bar Bench I I. in excellent CARPET CLEANING C B B t Hi-Dry partially $16,000. will
Drlvar Trolnaa. Apply In parson Pool 1. facilities Included. Video '_movollobl. FREE PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME mother 1.765.985.' 7tpd 7 3086
Truck Un. 2241 Detroit Blvd., '..n..ocola. .. Will accept ana child no condition $350 caih. Also a DP I* full blooded Golden Retriever. Upholstery truck mounted deep GOVERNMENT LAND from SI ACRE
Fl 904-447-6481 pats. Palms Aptt.. 2313. N. Temple' workout bike w/peedometer and Phone 473.3756 or 473.2210. team ."'OC"._. 473-7770. Free land foreclosures, S to.an tieiedproperty. ,
1-800-725-5000 EOE. Icon 87-319. Ave., Starka 32091. 9/1 TF odometer practically naw. $50. BABY FERRETS vary unique pets. $35 ..._..*.7.3024 Get the repot FACTS today1 Coll
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE: Application PINE FOREST APTS. 2 1 3 BR opts now Reason for tale I I. because of lock ol oa.. 371-6326 or 479-3337 llchg 7/30 STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS ore nowova.lobte (refundable) 1-5184593734 est.

/ are being accepted for LPN to be avail. Call 9-S. Mon. thru Frl. 964.6312. pace, 964-4037 during day and m. Keystone Height ContactR. L3339A 24 HRS. 7 30 8 20
employed o* Correctional Medical lIB tlnchgt 964-4480 altar 10 p.m. Keep trying. Knight 473189. 4tpd 7 304 20

Technician cartlllad ot New River Correctional BEDROOM I both duplex $250 plus 7/3O: 4tcho 8/20 HELP WANTEDCARPET HOME IMPROVEMENT repair, addition .
security. Call alter 9 964-8566. :3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SUIT$125 or best BOATSJASS
Institution In Rallord. R. p.m. or complete building 30 year
,.. 7/30 2tchg 8/6 offer, 964-4812. 7/301tchg: ft VINYL INSTALLERS
qui current llcenture a* a Practical HELPER experience serving Bradford and Clay
Nurse. For Inlormallon' call Peggy LARGE CLEAN 2 BEDROOM HOUSE InStar. LARGE HOTPOINT CHEST FREEZER$150. needed. Experience needed but not C_..... 473-4018. 5'28 tin BOAT 16Glattron.. 1987. 70 hp

Richardson ((904)) 964.4000 ..,. 510 or ..., no pets. Security first and lost 431.939.7130 IIpdIXEICISEEQUIPMENT required Port-time. for now. Call FLOOR SAGGING* Door Dragging? Johnson trailer' excellent condition
and data application to Now River $350. 17267651. 7/30 2tpd 8/6 AND WEIGHTS for 4737933. 4tpd 7/9-7/30 .....*. out of level? loRue leveling extra*. $' 750. 473-7717.
Correcllonolln"ltutlon. P.O. Box 333.Rallord. NICE CLEAN MOBILE NOME 2 BR. 2 sale. Call day. 964.4037 or otter 10 PROFESSIONAL MANICURIST full or service far all your foundation repair.
FL 32083.: EQUAL OPPORTUNITY baths CH4A. fireplace. Unlurnished p.m. call 9644480. 7/30 4tchg 8/7O part-time, experienced 'licensed 4737771. 7/9 rfnchg HOMESBRICK
EMPLOYER. 7/30 llchg $260 month plus damage deposit $200. FOR SALE 2 piano. 1 Hallel t Davis manicurist for established beauty

EARN S7.7S HR. W. need assistance In 964-9410. 7/30 l Itchg upright I Baldwin Spinet; alto I Dual' olon. May apply In person al Keystone MISCELLANEOUSPACK HOME FOR SALE 2,000 tq. It..
evaluating and responding to dolly LARGE UPSTARIS APARTMENT 2 or 3 keyboard organ and I electronic Beauty Salon Nightingale' Street 3BR. 3BA eat in kitchen dining. .living-
work '.po'" submitted by our agents bedrooms, appliances furnished In ci Yamaha Keyboard both with rythm Keystone Heights or call 4734869 or RAT Buy tell and trade collectible family' w/lireplace 2 car garage pool-
throughout the 0'.. No experience ty. 964-4990. 7/30 Itpd auto play: I tenor saxophone, 479-1226. Adres written applicationsto item and antique Used lurroture.glowwara. walk to tchool-many ..'ro.. Asking
necessary: Pold to complete training. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS In lawtey. No 964.54'7.7130 Itpd P.O. Box 1420. Keystone Height. jewelry and much more. > 92500. Call .73..00. Itpd 7 30
children. 7823458. 7/30 Itpd QUEEN SIZE WATER BED mattress ..,. Fl.. 32 56. Stchg 7/16-7/30: .
Work at homo. For Information send Com tee for ,,_.... One mile east HAll LAKE 2 BR
ell-addressed, ttomped envelope, 9'/t 2 BR. central heat and air, quiet. Prefer Need frame $750 or best offer, PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLIST full or of Keystone Height an Highway" 100. owner financing cottage, small large down oakt.flexible .

Inch. 'long to: AWGA, Dept. E. Bon working elder or Ingles. No pet 9646719. 7/30 Itpd port time, experienced, licensed hairstylist 473-2183. 3/5 tlnchg only $35.000. Call Trevor
49204. Atlanta, GA 30359. 7/30 Itchg 964.6680 for interview altar 12 noon. REFRIGERATOR electric range, washer for established beauty solan.
Water. 21 Showcase
ASSEMBLE PRODUCTS AT HOME. (You'll 7/30 ItchgRENTALS dryer, water heater, go heater oak May apply In parson at Keystone Beauty Proper-
MOTORCYCLES tie*. Inc. Broker. .
Keystone Height
chair barbie doll. 431-1700. 7/30
lov. It.) Excellent pay. For info Coll AVAILABLE $150 per month Solon Nightingale Street Keystone .73-903.7130 8/20 .
5046418003' Ext. E.9579. 7/30 4tpd and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- Itchg Heights or call 473-4869 or 479-1226. .
8/20 Owner at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF HAY ALICIA New hay. $75. old' hay. Address written applications to P.O. 84 HONDA SHADOW 75O. .like new

".00 HOUR Earn $300 Kit Show tqys CtC MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South $10. Delivery available. 7 mile well of Box 1420. Keystone Height. Florida. leather toddle bogs. 4.00O mi. $1400. LOST AND FOUNDLOST
and gilt. FREE supplies and commission 964-8848.6/11 tlnchg Starka on Road 16 Jimmy Goikin. 32656. Stchg 7/16-7/30: 737-4SI9 or night and weekend -
Call 'Iris, 964.2030 or 964.4889. OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark 964-8356. 6/4tlnchg BABYSITTER NEEDED-for two school ago 6S9-2I34. 2lpd 7/2-7/9 COCKER SPANIEL puppy 10 wkt
7/30 tlnchg ot 9645516. 6/25 Hn ALICIA HAYi Fresh cut. $75 a roll. All children. Morning only for school old. beige female' Deer Springs A Gas
301 QUICK STOP accepting applications' OFFICE FOR RENTi Professional office hay under barn. 7 mile from Starka on year 4737392. 4tchg 7/23.3 CARS line Rood area. Please call 473-2152.
for lull time coihlers. Apply In person space available on Highway 301. Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964.6167 or WATKINS NEEDS DEALERS Famous for llchg 7/30:
2 V4 miles South on 301. 7/23 2tpd 7/30 Formerly used as doctor's uite. Call 782.3727.6/.tfn spires, extract and home remedies. 1984 FORD RANGER- 4 speed w/topper. LOST LADIES LINK BRACELOT In vicinityof
TRAINEE WANTED TO WORK {In pressroom 964.8272.7/23 2tchg 7/30 HALF PRICE Save 50%11 Best, 'large High profit Call collect 904-659-2150. good condition new tiro*. $4700. Post Office and Millers Gold color
ol Printing Company Florida RETAIL OR OFFICE 1.000*q. It., $160 par Hashing arrow sign$7991 Lighted non- Rt. 1 Box 1772. Mo',_. Fl. 32666. 473-2O77 until S p.m. or 473-7919 altar sentimental' value. Reward. 473.2193
Crown Printing 646 US 301. South. month. Nice and new. Tiflln B Owens, arrow $7891 Unlighted 12"" Free letters 2tchg 7/23-7/30 6 p.m. 2tchg 7/I4-7/3O Itpd 7/30:
? 289 9103. 7/23 2tchg 7/30 Lie. Real Estate Broker, 961-5065.j/30 I See locally. Call today! Factory
-.v 1 Itchg
EXPERIENCED LEGAL SECRETARY needed direct: 1-800-423-0163. anytima. lean
RENTALS AVAILABLE 2/1 house $300;
by busy low ofllce. Bookkeeping and
1/1 Apt., $165; Waterfront 2 or 3
word helpful. 'Inquiries 1000 SUNBEDS. TONING TABUS. Sunal -
bedrooms, 1 bath house $475; Tiffin C 371.1443HOME
Wolff bedt. Slender Quest
conlidentlal.' Call
kept Owens. Licensed Real' Estate Broker, Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE colorcatalogue. GAGNON 485-1556
964 8272. 7/23 2tchg 7/30
964-9065. 7/30 Itchg Save (I) ROOFING CO.
typing 1 OR 2 BEDROOM, partially furnished or
18002286292. lean 87-312
and word processing skills. unlurnlshed. Older couple prelerred. Re-Builders ALL TYPES Of ROOFINGFree fil
Long/short term jobs available. STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory Direct Returned Within 24 Mrs
Gainesville. Call Norrell 3771512. Residential area quiet. 964-6191, 823 Special Bulldozer Work Estimates All Calls
W. Cypress St. 7/30 Itchg 30x40x10 NOW 3988.00 LICENSED.INSURED B BONDED
7/30 ItpdHIRING and Cuverrs| Installed _.
KITCHENETTES weekly rates. TV
).11. Government jobs your AC. Maid service. Underwood Motel. 3 40x50x12 5688.00
area. $15.000 $68,000. Call 50x75x14 $9,888.00100x100x16
miles North of Starka on 301. 7/30 9645414If
602838-8885 ext. 3493. 7/30 4tchg $21.988.00
8/20 Itchg Reduced for 'Immediate Purchase. Call
Call 214-342-3668 American States Building ,No Answer
17554040. North Florida R.ol Estota REAL ESTATE System Erection. crews available. 9648010FOR .. ,,

College. 7/30tf FOR SALE lean 87.313 Fill Dirt Soil -L.
WANTED PIANO' PLAYER for 'local STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory Reduction.20x Top
church. 964-4673 or 961.6943.7/30 Itpd 30... $5.526.00. Sole $3.711.00;
LEGAL SECRETARY NEEDED for 'law ilrm.' OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and 30>140..0. $7,923.00 Sale 15.3<<.00; Large or Small Loads of Limerock

Real Estate axparlence prelerred. Call dry wooded lots Mobile home, cabin 40x60x12. $13.964.00. Sale $9.048.00. .
964 8939. 7/30 2tchg 8/6 camping O.K. Hunting and,fishing. Spur Steal Building Co.. Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
RESIDENT MANAGER Mature coupl.for ".450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. 1-800-722-2081. lean 87-314.

44 unit rental property {In Starka.Knowladga eves((904)) 2/12 236.4579 tin days ((904)) 622-2438 MATCHING KING-SIZE BED Triple RENT 96461829645823 964.6095
of bookk..plngbon.flclol.
Maintenance light ...po.l.nc.requled. 120 ACRE RANCH northwest Florida near dresser ft chest, two night bedspread stands$500.175.D.acon' 1200 Sq. Ft Bldg.
Matching tapestry
Salary plus' apartment Buliliti. Chipley. Fenced fish pond and croak bench lamp table, 'lamp coffee Ideal for Repair Shop
... Send resume to Southwlnd running through It. $900 per acre, table' $300. pool table $75.
owner financing. STEADMAN CARROLL $200 month
Management, P.O. Box 10293. 7/30-2lch-8/6.: per
Fl 34617. EOE. 7/30 4tpd 8/20 REALTY ((904) 638."71 or evenings call of
LOOKING FOR MAID. Apply In parson. Associate, Bob Brook, ((904)) 6388214.' At Rear KANE CYCLE REPAIR
No phon. calls. Best Western Motor Call collect. Icon 87.317 BUSINESS Mosl.y Tire Co.
On US 301 SouthS
MOTEL NEEDS LIVE IN single' middle aged Buy or sail campground membershipsand

woman for mold work. 964-7184... spaces Contact Resort Sales Internationals .a> Lynn atLynn's 301 N. Starke 964-5805
7/30 Itchg toll free hot line: YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE
1-800-423-5967. Icon 87-316. STORE] choose from: Jeon/sportsweor, Body Shop

'SAMPSON LAKE Lake front and lake access .ladle apparel men. childrenmaternity or call McDougall! MT90-16 MAXON
ANIMALSFOR lots from $9,000. Terms available. large lie*. petite, ..
$49.50 Full Face Helmets
SALE 964-7755 or evenings 5332038. 7/30 dancewear/aaroblc bridal lingerie or 1-904-786-89891
tlnchg accessories store. Add color analysis.
Mother English father Brand: Liz Clalborne Gasoline, Bungie Nets OPEN: TUES-SAT.
Heolthtex, L.vl.) Lee Camp Beverly
Boxer 6 weeks old. $25 .ach. Coll VACATION RESORTS OR $3.99 15 YRS. EXPERIENCE
Hill. St.Michele, Chaus Outback Red.G.n..I. ea. Approved
964.7865.7/23 2tpd 7/30 ., Forenza Organically Grown
QUARTER HORSE GELDING 7 yrs. old. RENTALSNORTH over 2000 other. Or $13.99 One Price Full Face Helmets BATTERIES
Well cared for, needs experienced Designer Multi-tier pricing discount orfamily I Bungle Cords 12N12A4A1 12N143A
rider handsome animal with great CAROLINA VACATION CABIN, $34.00
hoe .. Retail
( 0' prices
2'. &Cherokee F- .99$ ea. $26.95 $29.95
conformation, $600.; child pony US 441 between Sylva NC. unbelievable for quality shoe* normally
yr. old filly brown 8 white, very pretty Near fishing rafting hiking. BlueRidge : priced from $19 To $80. Over 250
trade of both for 2 BR cabins I rrtyuurf on cyde*4 ATYt
$200. Will consider Parkway mining. band.2600 styles. $14.800 to$26.900: Train i beaIMeeelHeelrliM Foam Grips tSMekfe Oa Fitters I
boot ol equal value. 782.3872 otter 6:30: furnished. Sunset Farm Rd.Cabin, Rt. o
Inventory training grand
$2.95 $250 ea. $1.95 TuneUpsHET'E
p.m. tfnlh 1 Box 216-C Whlttler NC. 28789 Ph. opening airfare, etc. Can open IS
4 YIAR OLD REGISTERED. 704-497-2300. Stchg 7/30 day. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 888-6555. .Itpd
QUARTERHORSI 1200. Needs experienced COTTAGES Fully furnished. Dally, 7/30: 1

rider, 964.4622 or 964-89OO weekly monthly rate. Also mobile LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING' northAmerlcan .
altar 630. 7/30 2tpd 8/6 homo park spaces for rent, and homo Van Line need
ANGUS BULL approximately' 1200 for 10.. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. owner/operator' H you need training,
pounds 4 years old $650. 4681829. Highland' Rd.. Franklin N.C. ((704)) wa will train you. You will operate left 7 ii .
7/30Hpd 524-4605. 6/11 tfnchgWATERFRONT If don't hove
your own tractor. you How study M4 nridoa Inlele* THAN GOLD
ana, northAmerlcon offer a purchase
Vkuaclal*M anlUUs.Joe
FREE PROPERTY program that wa think I I. one of the
best In the Industry tf you are 21 or p'-c_.ri./ac..N.Ueelk.sdgwrt.re TODAVS S50.COO hone will be scllwq FOR 100.000
Pdst Ft.
FIE House to tear down for: the SAMPSON LAKE 3 BR. 2 Bath fireplace' over complete and think Information you may qualify package.call Call fora A.C.T.,Travel ughUnew.School IN JUST 12 yEARs AT cutxcwr RATES of APPRECIATION. IT Is

materials In It. Must 1 leave area clean. dock. 4 Inch well, 62000. 473-3843. weekday: TOLL FREE 1-800-348-2191. ACCREDITED MEMBER MMAC. The sfoqlE BEST INVCSTMCNT fOR MOST AMERICANS. IT is

9644285.7/30: Itchg 7/30.nchg ask for operator 97. Icon 87-320 / / / / Also The buT TAX shdTEB bECAUSE you CAN dcduci The


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GIGANTIC$AI.I'1s NW 6*Am.ObehMHorseshoe
SATURDAY.AUG. 1. Olln's Trailer. Po.... Star) Sat.Aug. .. fOTHu.
Morgan Rood entrance 1st rood on 2 BR. I SA with 2-cor goroo Perfect for HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR, 2 BA deluxe, OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE 12'. ..' MOBIL HOME Two bedroom. 1 clothing, link knack mrnOt -.r,.
right. Stereos, cashes clothes |ewelry retired coupl Easy walking distance low down payment 11.49 % at $259 Located In Union County Times 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must .......7/30
lots of misc. Items. 9untll. 7/301tchg to now shopping center. (39.999. Call month. Uncle Roy's Mobile Homes, building. Call for Information. see to appreciate. 6000. Call
$ FAMILY YARD SAL.Saturday Aug. I. 9645606. 4/30 tfn 904.351.8514.7/30 4tchg 8/20 4962261. tin. 496-0071. tfn/chg. 3/19 LAND FOR SALEMAatESWtTHPMETRrawiadMdelO
92. 540 Weldon St. Baby. children and PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SAIL 3 BR. 2 RIOADIER 3 BR, 2 tlA, den. 11.49% at NEED MORE ROOM 24x70 douWewlde
adult clothes. lots of toys email appliances BA. brick veneer 'ham* with fireplace $279 month, deluxe throughout. Uncle INSURANCEMAINES mobile horn, 4 bedrooms, 2 bath*,
odds and ends.Mattress,box and gocog. on S acras. Beautiful Roy's Mobile Homes, 904-351-8514. family room. For family that want Iota
8/20 of space. Financing can be arranged If eIL Near Santa F*..... Approximately
springs and frame, ploy pen. Infant cor ham. United Realty of Stark. 7/3O 4tchg INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. acre parc>
.at and walker. One block before Vo- 964-8447 or evenings 4733627. NOW LIBERTY 3 BR, 2 BA, 14 x 80, low down Main Street lake Butler, 4963978.Campl.l. needed price Includes' delivery and set 1/2 mil .oet 5121.
Tech. 7/30 bf $59.500.7/2 tfnchg payment 11.49% at $169 month. Uncle Insurance Service 4/10 tfn up.Only$13,900.Call for appointment. 5'.650 per ocre. Owner Ib- cbw8-
SATURDAY AUGUST I, 0 a.m. till. SMALL SIX ROOM FRAME HOUSE. On Roy's Mobil. Homes, 9043518514. 4960071. tin 6/18 (904) 4963151. No code after 5 peesltpd730
B.hlnd Lawtey Elementary School. Pine SBVfc ft. frontage by 215 ft. deep lot. 7/3O 4tchg 8/20 REDUCED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
and Adams Street lots of children. Deep wall, near Southild E''..... t,M CLOSE OUT 5% down, easy credit HELP WANTED doublewkle mobile home. 496-2794 or
clothes, drapes and misc. 7/30 Itchg School. $16.000. Call 964-5793 or 3 and 2 bedrooms. Full warranty as low 4962434.7194tpd.7'JAJLIKE MOBILE HOME
3 FAMILY Friday and Saturday. Ac. 964.7853.74tc.. S/20 a* $139 a month. Uncle Roy's Mobile SBS FOOD STORE-26 In Lake Butler Is NEW MOBILE HOME unfurnished
central heat and dishwasher and
Road at SR 16 West of UCI. near SR 121. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR 'horn In Homes, 9043518514. 7/30 4tchg 8/20 now accepting applications for air ACREAGE
Raiford. Items Barbie school and REPO'S Assume payments, double and extra Insulated. Nothing down |lust
Many many Stark. Easy walking to Manager Position. Experience a mutt.
On lot for
dolls, large collection. School clothes shopping cantor, $40.000. Evenings Ingle wides. As low Jt $139 per Company benefits. Salary based on OMperelnce assume mortgage.Call 496-3206 after ready oc tfn I ACRE SHADED LOT with fcoofc-.
check. Uncle cupancy. p.m.
and baby clothes famous brand 964-4424./:>> 4tpd 8/20 month. Free credit Roy'sMobile plus bonus Send Resume or reodyformab.lelnMe.MearVDS.super
names, some new. Oak chair, couch 2 BR FRAME. AC carport largo shaded Homes 904.351.8514. 7/30 apply at SSS office, 2200 E. Duval month Call 4M-2W3 after SJO
excercisers, coffee table, Pat and Nell lot. screened porch. Starko, $25,000. 4tchg 8/20 Street, Lake City Fl. 32055. tfn/chg. NOTICE p.m. --'d' .7/23-tfii
Dickens. 431.1200. 7/30 Itchg 9646827.72tpd 8/6 READY fOR MOHJE HOME I acre shaded
FRIDAY. JULY 31. and Saturday. August 2 BEDROOM. large living room largo Wells at ASW Mobile Homes, 964-6407 FOR RENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted lot with hook-..... 1-1/2 nude 9*at
1. 9 a.m ?? Furniture, clothes, den largo L hoped kitchen, 2 bath, or 9646408. 8/14 tlnrw to the Union County Times office town off SR-121 S60'_.... 4962'P.11511pd730
household items, misc. Comer of large covered patio carport porch 24 X 60 DOUBIEWIDE all set up In Olln's
Church St. and Nona St. Next door to utility room,outside utility shod. 1 aero Subdivision. Ready to move Into. CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental In writing and paid In aitablithedwith advance
unless credit Is
Jones Funeral Home. 7/30 ItS of land with fruit trees beautiful 13800. Financing available./ Call homes tailored to your pay schedule. this office.THE .
DON'T MISS THIS YARD SALE Fri. ft Sat. shrub. 49500. Gertrude Staliper '964-5606. 6/11 tfnchg PINES SRI2I, |lust south of SR100 In tvJL SALE
9 til. Furniture, baby clothes. shoes 964-6346. 310W. Lafayette St.. Starke, 2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'Si Financing Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
clothes, appliances, curtains, FL 32091. 7/30 Itpd available. Call 1-272-0625 collect tfn OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
2 USED DOUBLEWIDES Low payments located In Union County Times Building) WANTED: RESPONSIBLE to
bedspreads, carpet padding. BY OWNER LAKE BUTIER 37500. Ap-
low down payment. Call 1-272-0650 150 West Main. Call 496.2261, fort assume .--IIhIr p.y.w.sss en
Everything plus the kitchen sink. Take praised 9/85 of 41200. BR. 1M bath at
Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY. piano. See locally.Cal c18OO4474266. -. .r.g.r
Brownie Rood to turn eat-In kitchen collect. tfn more Information tin
Boyless Hwy block '-- Living room,
4th Greenhouse TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3 BR, 2 BA. 14 x CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI Nicely furnished NOON prior to Thursday publication. 7l63lpd730OXER
right house on right ( central heat. Call Bill Hombrlck,
Minimum Is 19 words for$3.90 breed bonerpup.
down $190 month. Uncle heat and charge PUP one derrspiow
70 $500 all electric central
964-5733. 7/30
Itchg 13961166. 7/30 2tchg 8/6
then 15 cents for each word thereafter. brawn emend
White with patch
Ocala 1-351.851 7/9 4tchg and
THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Lots of Roy's air. private paved road, laundry
... ..
had shot (SO. Cal a
Has *
Great ASSUME PAYMENTS We will help you park playground. Near schools, hasp, eye.
everything. bargains no lunk. NOTICECLASSIFIED .
after 5.30 .. 496-2351. 712J.. ...
1123 Neil Ct. Behind Madison St. Baptist qualify. Several to choose from. Uncle stale facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lillo.8utl.r. REAL ESTATE p. -
Church follow signs. Friday and Roy's, Ocalo. 1-351-8514. 7/9 4tchg Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. 7/30chrg-tfn+
19**. Mob
PONY born FatherDay *
ADVERTISING should be submitted and 5/21
Saturday 7/30 ttpd 7/30 no pets chg/tfn
THREE FAMILY yard sale. Friday ft Saturday to the Bradford County DON'T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. Call CLEAN HOUSE 2 BEDROOM 1 bath with LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO deal. 431-1530. chrg-7/3O.
July 31 Aug. I. 9.4 p.m. 400 S. Telegraph office In writing and paid in the experts at financing. Uncle Roy's, stove and refrigerator. $220 per PERTY If I don't hove It. I'll find It-Just ELECTRIC MOWER $20. excellent COM&ttan. -
Cherry Street. Maternity clothes baby advance unless credit Is already Ocala. 13518514. 7/9 4lchg 7/30 month. First and last month's rent in ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Double canopy bed with rjenpfi
clothes, changing table. Womens size 5 established with this office. HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR 3 BA deluxe advance. Call 496-2995 or 496-2071 496-2126 or 496-2903. eves. "YOUR ruffles (SO firm.. Maw 2 ill osier* evil
and up. Mens clothes and lots more. THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 10.9% financing $259 month. Uncle 7/9.4tpd 7/30 UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tin trade far d>est of drawer 49V33ia.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Roy's Ocala. 13511814. 7/9 itchg 7'30 TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME IN CITY ltpd-7/30
$229 month. HOMES or best offer. 496-3629 after 9 ......
THE TELEPHONE. Room. 10.9% financing. dishwasher, Low monthly electric bills.
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. Uncle Roy's Ocala. 13511814. 7/9 Ready for Immediate occupancy. Rent 7/30-4lchrg/
IN CITYl $6.000. Coll 964-5764 after
; NOON prior to Thursday publication. 4tchg 7/30 with option to buy. Call 496-3206 after GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn Classified display deadline is TUESDAY UNCLE ROY'S Shop and compare. 6 p.m. tin repair). Delinquent tax property. MORTGAGES
44 ACRES with 2 BR house will divide
or 5.00 P.M. Special Classified display Skyline, Fleetwood, Redman, Peach Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000.) LOANSWE
into 10 acre or more tracts. 964-7771 or placement is NOT Guaranteed. State, Liberty Homes of Merit. We REPAIRSSALESANTENNA Ext. GH-1136. for current repo list. 7/2
9644537. 5/14 TFchg Minimum charge for classified ads i f. have It all. Uncle Roy's Ocala. Stpd. 8/20
WOODED LOT lake view Sampson IS word for 350. then 15 cent for 13511814. 7/9 4tchg 7/30 BUY FIRST S SECOND MOftTGACCS
Lake, $1200 or best offer call each word thereafter. 14 X 60 TIDEWELL mobile home. 2 BR. 1 TOWERS repair and sales, LAKE BUTLERi Reduced for quick sole. 3 Loan far any purpm. NORWEST
1.737.1807.7/16 4tchg 8/6 bath, cathedral ceilings, garden tub, also satellite service. Call Don Wilker.son BR 2 BA.OUA. Large lot. only$41.500 FINANCIAL. Ken P.r....... X909
r/t LOTS IN CITY. Fenced and utility central air and heat. Includes stove, at 496-2282 for free estimate. 38000. Mathews Realty 9644469. Newberry Rd.. Coil...... Fl, :DI 7.
building. 964-8392. 7/16 3tpd 7/30 PERSONALS refrigerator and ceiling fan. Take overpayments 7/16-3tchrg-7/30 2/Stfn Call (904) 376-3363. 7/3O-4 chrg-a/2O

CAMPERS OR low equity. Coll alter 5 p.m.
9644020. 7/16 3tchg 7/30
TOGETHER I Storks most respected

1979 TAURUS. 27' .self-contained large cluding dating service senior since 1977.cltlz.n.1800.64fJ.4401. All ages. In- Dodge's Land Clearing Service"For Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S.
refrigerator AC healer, antenna rear
4/2 tfn
bedroom sleeps 10. $4500. 9645318. A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave.. Stark 0

7/30 4tehg 8/2O Scandinavian European. Brazilian the COMPLETE Job"
197 MONI TRAVEL TRAILER self contained Pumps Plumbing Well Drilling t .
High School Exchange students arriving
14 ft. long 9009644098. 7/30 .
Itpd in August. Become a host family for MacClean Water Conditioners ,j ,"
American Intercultural" Student Ex ( BUSHO GING e DISKING DOZER For Sale or Rent 964-7061 .
POP UP CAMPER with AC. Sleeps 6. change. Call 1-8OO-SIBLING. fcan WORK SEEDING ... ,._
$800. Call 964.8520 after S p.m. 7/30 87-318 CLAY LEVELING FILL DIRT DRIVE-WAYS & ROADS --
2tpd 8'6Susan
SEPTIC TANK PAD 6/156'pd1'30
Faulkner Named 3 Rooms for the price of 4 Living. BBS

Florida Local BoardRB 1J Steve Dodge 904/473-7691 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED a>M

Council AmbassadorNancy ." '; '. '; : ,-...: ', ;': ,, .. : ,,c, ,,, : '_, '." "Quality_.Work.. & Hell Low) .Low Prices .1495 Scotchmen Ai.etlefcle

E. Lang CAB. CHS. the Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Char a Free Advice

1987 chairman of the Real Estate .e..mee Call I I 964-4997 ._..

Brokerage Council announces that ,, ,so.e.... ch.a..1_....r/.1.....o.i ..-.....".. 1
Susan Faulkner has been appointedas ,&; NOW OPEN ..Mchr** aN W.rti,av..e. .I a-.I
the Florida Local Board Ambassador FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.r .

for the Real Estate our Pet Teach Your Pet
Brokerage Council of the Realtors
National Marketing Institute an af- A& "r ug Training & Evaluation .

filiate Realtors.of the National Association of c "or-' All Breeds Elixson Wood ;OdCS'; Inc. I

One of more than 300 RB Council .--- -,. y r

Susan Ambassadors Is responsible across for the increasing country. G, Obedience Protection* Attack Advanced. Guard Obedience.Dog Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark ,

the awareness of the Council and its Dogs .
prestigious Certified Real Estate BREED SELL You Pick-up or We DeliverWe
Brokerage Manager (CRB)designation t

throughout the real estate industry 984-8411 Also Have .

Starke and area.among the public in the A fir' e l MON. WED. FRI: 63O. 8:30 PM l Red Heart Cypress Lumber t

Susan possess the prestigious CRB !
designation which is awarded to 964-6649

those managers who distinguish Opening Late August _. ... .. e ... j
themselves through their educational
and work experience and has :"11IIEEHEIB3HHm3

been an active member in the Council Forest Park Apartments : : :: :NcwHoM* .Wt.ds

since 1984. She is president of -R raAodkloas .......
V- A : .
ERA Faulkner Realty in Starke; a Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range, EXPERT Ij JVJbC, : Carport .NcvBeerSrBUILDING --
member of the BradfordUnionBoard
of Realtors and serves as refrigerator, carpet, cent heat & air, w\LS'I [-CN ALL OF Yl l ] Cut Brick or ."./F.d-r-

Director and Education Chairman. patio and laundry. Rents from $180. s/a.e vtenssttw

Susan is also a member of the '. NEEDS -* i
Florida Association of REALTORS $220. min. 775 NE 1st St. Lake Butler Call Today
= '
and serves on the Magazine Com For Information/application: a s' pnngagpffTj{ <* 766

mittee Education Committee and Tropical Property Management, inc. a
the REALTORS Institute Sub- Susan Faulkner t
I 1021 NW 40th Dr. Gainesville Fl 32605
It' t
Committee. She is a graduate of the JHOMES BEAUTIfUL
(904) 372-8327 E.H.O. _
I 21S E. Call SUrie- 9t4-C766 rc. cvs
Lakes Santa Fe,Alto. # RR 277

To Be Sprayed Lee charged: with possession of Lou-Ann Azalea & Blueberry Farm! ,'6r. ,4r .

Spraying for control of aquatic cannabis; dismissed.Del Located off 100 South toward take
weeds In Santa Fe and Alto lakes E. Tucker pled no contest Keystone right on rS3aMPSONLAKE]

I will take place during the week of retail theft Eckerd's; fined $101.25. 24th Avenue, follow signs or 4 ? '
August J&.14L by the aquatic weed Toby O'Neal pled no contest battery Call 964-7109
& W* will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 1O-3:3C| Owner
team of the Suwannee River Water ; $150 court costs. p rSa1e By

Management District (SRWMD). Robert Cain pled no contest bat- MvX. X.*yu".
The SRWMD has an aquatic plant tery; ordered to pay$50 court costs. Consignment Shop $ t"F
management plan to keep exotic 25 hours community work.Salvation t '3t zaLLOtS'

vegetation under control and provide Army supervision for six months. Arts & Hand Crafts t
navigational channels for many Robert Elijah Jones pled guilty .k x ate

lakes InrTmtlng Santa Fe and Alto criminal mischief; sentenced to 80 *
lakes. During the week of August days in Jail with credit for time serv- Swings & Picnic Tables

10-14, the district is planning to tmaz74
spray the water hyacinths in both Tamera Sue Geiger charged with "All Nature Sings at Jesus"JMf17SHOEWAUEUOUS1 J I Sr.'o

lakes with Dlaquat. The U.S. Environmental harassing telephone calls; dismiss- 3? Y SNINGS ssaaoaa1HERITAGE > ?r
Protection Agency requires ed.
a 2-week delay after spraying
for use of the lake water for Irrigation .e.

, and potable use. Fishing and According to the American -4 ,, VILLAS
swimming>< are not restricted.
Signs listing the and Fishing Tackle. Association 1/ Monday-Saturday 10 am 6
dates for the restricted use ending of- people of eU age and athletic pm 700 Bradford Court in Starke

abilities can quickly learn to 417 Edwards Road Starke 964-4071
Santa Fe and Alto lakes' water for
irrigation and potable uses will be SOON -
Blue street from Bradford
( Btdg. across UMI! Square)
posted boat ramps on the lakes.
? contact have any questions, please One and Two Bedroom Apartments

Joe iUnkle, Department of PINES.QUALITY Every Day Every Pair Available
NaturaJ.BMoqrCes at (904) 151... UV1NOBR

382-1001.< 121 hake BeiAN Vol 8 fDl50 ( _._.-...tNetfoee,.*$,._
ws 2ssa? .CenverseUj pe wired fer.er to TV.hd....
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1 a.....fWd.IDlI.. WjfJllcl, '4 'JORaAcHB FROM ONLY 20O. '
I .."'J .II Sias.'siee...
Gerald Lea pled no contest ....... ....:J.te' West Rentallnrormatlon vaBafcl at

.. disorderly; conrticf; six months ..... I # the construction traitor, or oaf:
court Fraction no alcohol, violate i l.fSr II OJ 443-3251 Mo 9-3PM
-- Qo f f -
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DO laws,seek and attend medical ..- .,.. .' "' EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY'I
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I e u' w July 30,1987. B SECTION- r :.11 .

O tumies -" ..,..! -
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-- - - '
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Jury 22, in. University Hospital in two sisters, Helen WeftboitHsrT: : -j ..
Fs.fsie Brt s kFa wlilBtam&Mobky Harold David Skeen II in Bradford Hospital following a Jacksonville following an Palatka and Jean Dyew of Jackm?, ;;:7f.J..

".tte 8+s.fraiei91-d_. W.Iba. A. ........,. 7.f Harold David Skeen II of Hampton -' long illness. automobile accident near Orange vllle; sttffftfflUgJiters, Brtalt
died .J.dl Z51.all tae J,>rittrFJ.rbda .. ChtieIDr.i6... .....,.July 27. at 22. died Sunday morning July Born August 3, 1913 in Kansas City Park. Moromeo otf Jactoonwito, Barbara''
dllCal Ce.ter .. ......-Can extended U- 28,following an automobile accidenton Missouri, Mrs. Stinack moved to Born Dec, 16, 1970, In New Johns of Stance. JittaHl Sammajr
.... .aGasassslle isesi a State Road 233 in Bradford County Lake Geneva in 1976 from Chicago, Brunswick, NJ, Mr. Whipple movedto lion of Lafayette, LAf four stepsons
ass amesd r6 JKMoMrj: was burn and raised' m IL. She was a retired supervisor for Keystone Neighs four years ago Danier-* 'cRBS of A1IaIIIa.Br.dford .
lams.uot. Born in Lake Mr.Skeen the Bally Pinball Machine Com- from He and Patrick McRaa of
IIrwetr wins rswa Cit+n Far*. n.and then moved to City, mov- Allegheny, NY. was a
slid cis ./.lWftlWft5IdftI. ed to Starke some 20 years ago pany.Survivors. member of the Community Church; Tampa and John McRae of Stub;
:: He
ne-y serv.IKS
eel .is
Ca.tyAla. tie led t. tar .. where he attended Bradford County'1ICboo1s. Include her husband, Junior at Keystone Heights High mother, Selma Hood Williams of
d lie Leo Amy during WWII
Hasty sesfiasi. awed aiM...._. f>D.y and served in He was employed by R.V. Daniel D. Stinack; several nieces, School based; on the varsity football Jacksonville; 15 grandchildren.
iss.era Rxllsmtts
e.rllrfe.r.ier nephews held
tae Durrance Well Drilling Company of & teams. Funeral services were
preeer ft8iIInII.-. ;r E Sptwl Farces m ate First Starke and was a member of Private graveside services were Survivors Include his parents, Gadara Baptist Church in Keystone i
SIIr tats she wra6w d Dr Lee Rees .paeer Special Brigade 479th Madison Street Baptist Church. held Monday, July 27, in Keystone Todd D. It Margaret Osgood Whip- Heights ,Wednesday July 29. with
...... Track AarateBKM Cea .He wasa
0rYIDr and a .aewoser d mpeny Heights Cemetery. Jones Funeral pie; grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. P. Rev. Leamon Ward conducting the
toe Detfa. Baytot Chan* efMTK. raner..tn*Rebel' Post X o. 562S Survivors include his mother and Home of Keystone Heights was in Richard Whipple, Mrs. Betty services. Burial was in Gadara
,- ..Cftarflaod: aad.the DAY Gator! )
.... .
step-father. R.V. and Beverly Dur charge of arrangements. Lapierre, Fort Scott, KS; brother, Cemetery under UM directkn of
.rnISSe I IIdIIIIIP... -.. ..... af CaowHiOir! ; retired from the" '- .
David of "
AKouo. rance; his father, Harold David Whipple, Keystone Heights; Jones Funeral StadIf.
Caevralet of
: SnakaDS .. Oe'. *. CA and Company Skeen of Live Oak; three sisters three sisters, Lisa,Meagan and Erin
SansaG. a ors mher of the" SuwanareCaivckef Charles T. Webster
Ray Brw.ts d cnm... GA: tarns Becky Jeff ers of Doctors Inlet,Bren- Whipple all of Keystone Heights. "'
t+np+ms. *vMr -&-1 Ds'" Girl da Skeen of Hampton and Bridget Charles T. Webster 32,of Raiford, Funeral services were held In Michael DevinWilllaDiMaj
*. lAMa r.--.A... IIIIai d SlnIlMno nckidr his wife Mrs. Underbill of Starke; two stepsisters died Friday morning at the Alachua Keystone Heights Community) Michael Devin WUlianwadltaBipton. -
ftonqta*LaeasMr.__s.r Marjnne VUbtrf. one daughter General Hospital in Gainesville Church Saturday 25 with
Pam Wheeler, and Linda ,July Rev. 20, died Sunday n>4VBfeta7J V
ABMBS .fOurck CI. A.. FL; Hr& Sarah Carlton WUkerson of Hicks of Starke; maternal grandfather after an extended Illness. Rob Morford conducting the ser- following an automobile accident
firs. EIIieII Carr.. i.-.,. three saters 5lrv LiteFanuraadBCrv Mr. Webster born in St.
s +arr f" t James M. Hartt of Ft. was vices. Burial was in Keystone on State Rd7233 in Bradford County.Mr. .
Ala.. -sires: Vatadcl.fdre.e aid stteo- Irene Newberry of Lauderdale; paternal step- Petersburg and had lived in Raifordfor Heights Cemetery under the direc-
.Williamson was born in Stark
'- ....._ Mrs. Estellr Sweat
feesFuuentsail FL, grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Green of the past eleven years. He was a tion of Jones Funeral Home. where he attended Bradford County
af aTBirtrmt FL; three brothers. member of the First Church
ses..oes m sattZLesdrrl Starke; maternal great- Baptist schools.He was employed atDuPont
iedj 3A M 0Nt.a.... Vesary MaeCry ef Riverview< and.bates grandmother Mrs. Louise Cole of of Raiford. in Starke and was a member of tile
.m a-. Bra Rryael and HL lobby and E... Mobley. Gainesville. Survivors include his foster Thomas Edward Williams Baptist faith.Survivors.

Rev Cec FatfnaCk .mfiaoisb aakafKaska..rUFenrral Graveside services were held parents, Watson and Marzillie Thomas Edward Williams, 53, of Include his father.
Bir.ai lass m Dedaa CnArrtue .aik ._ senses will be field Fn- Tuesday July 28. at Crosby Lake Wolfe. Lake Geneva, FL,died Sunday July Charles Williamson his mother Jo
dtoy.July:M,at the Starve Church of held
Funeral services Monday
: Tuner Feral Bneame d Cemeter with Archie Tanner were 26,at his home following a sudden il Williamson, of Hampton; his
Starts a charge af_ -'..--..... Gad wink Rev. Walter Montt and Funeral Home of Starke in charge of July 27, at the First Baptist lness. brother, Charles Kevin Williamson
Row. Joey: Ragvn efficiaCmg. Bunal Church in Raiford with Rev. Steve
arrangements. Born in Jacksonville of Boloxl MS
2 1933 grand-
Sept. ; paternal
well. I he n Dyal Cemetery with AT- Haskell and Rev. John Danielson of Mr. Lake
Williams moved to Genevain mothers Mildred Williamson of
Card of Thanks dwTFIIaftaI Home Burial in
ofStarkd&qP" ficiating. was Sapp 1980 from Grandin, FL. He was a Hampton and Adel Grider of Starke.
e under the direction of Ar-
arrrangemeiits Cemetery member of Gadara Baptist Church Funeral services: were conducted
Tae ka.duiesc .ad sswdptltbp dneiBib Roy StarlingRoy cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
ors sad rr..I5 tare atKtaTer Starling. 75, of Graham died and a disabled Navy Veteran,Korea' Wednesday,July 29,at Hope Baptist
.. a.zys iesmas w@k ssm Monday. July 27, in Bradford War. Church with Rev. Gary Heath officiating. -
Survivors include his wife Burial in Santa Fe
Ber- was
a posers ss t-y.o.. soiree Hospital following a short illness. Sean Michael WhippleSean ,
thanks slid gza1I r all these tharee Coley Williams; two sons Cemetery with Archie Tanner
-K't5. Strpfkm Ernest Sim tons Born in Alachua County January Michael Whipple, 16, of Matthew Williams, Chicago, IL andJoseph Funeral Home in charge of ar-

A speaaoI DaIIk,...115.Ar'tIIer resawd. felt Sttrpon Ernesl Sinu ons. 44. of 6, Mr. Starling was a lifetime resi- Keystone Heights, died Wednesday Williams of Jacksonville; rangements.
: ra-na Ei.mr.lane Driller SBarke end Wedheartay.July 22. in dent of Graham. lie was a retired
Hospital and Hand Saw Comer: IIndI'iudI+ Hospital following; a sudden farmer and a member of the Baptist

.to were_& #.dadall)ofae Lae .... faith. Now ServingWest
Butler .uriOiams. mt.ntgyflrtl lie Been December 24.194Z.m Miami.
FL., SCr. Simmons was a lifetime Survivors include his former wife to Lake
J ftty and\ ".P'-c'' .... Butler, east North 301
..-..,Of reudrnt af Stark He was a vocatanBJ Reba Starling Crews; two to Keystone &: Melrose |
.......E.r- BBtnartor. Drpt. of Correc- daughters, Linda Starling of north to Maxvllle, south I
tans. Reception& Medical Center; Brooker and Glenda Stanley of ountry to Hawthorne. \DMcOonalds
CaOar Quavtierbacfe Club;All Sports Starke; six sons Lamar Starling of

Card of ThanksThe TJ & former> national guard Jacksonville, Kenneth & Freddie sotto GeNc
aaemler: Starling of Brooker Alvin Starling '
amdy e* GeraU Frank Soirnvors ia (ude his wife.GftemRftseSimmons of Graham.Ronald It.Richard Starl- Carpet;
Faulkaer 'nilMl' lute la send heartfelt DmvOt9 ;one ing of Starke; one brother Earl' aKOA
thanks *. *J1 titter anaqr bit s sent. SBepnem Christopher "Cons"k Starling of Citra; one sister, Onie Vinyl Owen Joie! Rd.

aDd ..-.eo-. l.... sill rakerprayns Simanr of Starve;mother Ruth I. Mae Ortagus of Jacksonville; twen- '. ,.,.,. ,,, Tile
"SJ SiNorth Miami Beachone ty grandchildren and one great -
The A. c.tAI5. 1nCIin". Robert Everett Simmons grandchild. ::2 Linoleum S h3oi

del.c..ts flood and_rodud m..as N.! Miami Beach; two sisters .
ere deeply appracaOeA. etaafieck Ann Hauser.Hollywood ItBCauveen Funeral services were held in Wood ParquetDoityourself
ua-s are eic3miec+d Ie Dtaiytie /W- On Angclbv MIL Laurel.NJ; DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Starke 964-61O8 or 964-6154

tyiet..5taft...Slrc..rm-..- moOeraal smother, Mrs. Alma Wednesday July 29, with Rev. open: Mon-Sat 9-5 Supplies
flClHi muikam*.Lake City.Granesnde Leland Strickland conducting the
Faae.iy. d services were held services. Burial was in Rock Country Carpets SPECIAL of the WEEK
Gft'aW..cwr..n.Frank........ Saturday July 25. in Crosby LakeCeBBrtery Primitive Baptist Church Cemeteryin
-. ..lr.edessis with Rev. Charlie Green Graham under the direction of / Remnants & RollsYX "1AO"" Solid Saxony .
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
conducting the services. Jones always In stockl X o o r or 99
Memory of Ftmejtal\ Borne was in enlarge of ar- 1 o IsQ

Louis Jofacc r.IIICo-.b. Sculptured 2zLfiS3J!;

M tllw r- trios! day*nr:year ter Kathleen Stinack O ('w) g'L 'Several Handsome and x,01a
July M. .... ytm mm* (tow e.i.raa.e Kathleen L. Stinack. 73, of Lake .c'Y"\; Vibrant Colors to choose from.dUALITT
Financing Available
+a. We f.fls fctww :jaw ore mevffrrmf Curdctff ThanksWe Geneva,FL. died Saturday,July 25,,
mwr 2'>. MM* :JIIIIII wrme
Mall here wdth us Aid wr kmmv:yvn wish Co extend our family j --
are happier mifannr" goer ore.* -taste ,rmatnm: to all our friends
Awl we'.. ym .* Anm m...e a. and neigfitacs for your: visits phoneLyf

h""' .JP""'"' : =card:åthe loss --- .. ..... ... ..... -- 'me.
aIl tour yoc
lost eeiy.r, lea,!. Leroy Collins and Family

I Starke SFCC Enters Third Year Locally

The Santa Fe C-oty Chitiepe COBOL: ,: Real Estate. Computer
Starfce Center mint......AiICBt Software Applications and Play: Pro- 11 O W.Call St.
25 for its XftiB dnstonc year s-the reeemssaa0ed &
Bra4B" Canaly ClawUnose -- ma expanded program at the j 964-5764

OB Vest Cain)Street. Starte Ceaacr. a local student can ,_._
The 4ramatje renewal a* pet a*Aaaaoate aff Arts degree tak-
domACTTB Stake .... toy DIe Bg all km classes in Starke. Since Starke. Fla.
.-a1edCelDs"eafimus tins Fail tike n-'"'C.*tttf Center two years OFFICEr
with ttoeexpanded dosd.eim aims art, XV students from Bradford
Protect abort M ttega.SFi7C Cmattf ar One Keystone Area have
:: s.v Croats:: C.e.e6esas.r graduated)tram Santa Fe Community [I PRODUCTS jj

Dr Bernie licfaddra aprdSd IJ'tWge.
.- reg.traat.v mc-es"mbe Fan Semester begins on
Fall. 5.mme et.f3m.g dC Aaaaat, : 25 and ends: .December 17.

day and..,tenet edis.irsBegtrabe. For mere mformaboo.please call Rubbermaid Desk Accessories O O
m a.seamly.rg.g
daily from U a.a.t........wMtti a Clean crisp styling for efficiency and durability.
special e emn{smlas eat. High gloss finish and long lasting construction.
July 3B.from fee p jnula
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Math EaebEB. Smc+4. ttaany.Sooal Holds up to 460 business cards. A-Z index cards
Sources.and aunanKlirt,,DIe included. Adjustable follower block Black and walnut
Fail Sdndute ta3idts imp 1 with smoke top 4-3y8'W x 7-1/8'D x 318H.

la EPnncqiles>rear, ea.nI Fsjchdlagy Reg $14 55 ea
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Puabc Sprafcrnfe, C Van'es.co..D,he deidfi.iA [E J Desk
meet. imrwductr 6s C1..psses' ;, eel a.e.dIiIL
?--.S-2t7mta AisM,Anaesy Slacking posts(sold separately)allow you to stack
and rbwaakcr. Kjar trays 2.3 or 4 high. Letter or legal size
Reg S?.40 ea
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Utter-Smofe. DK3-2HI Hair Designers Reg S8 00 ea
FamIly LMtcr-Slack/WaliMit OK3-1SIIM NOW 615
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