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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Extended forecast Friday-Sunday is for mostly fair weather with a 20 "-_;.'.. :, "" .'....."..: rea.. 11IdHortal UN1 \\ f\.. a' '
percent chance of showers and thunderstorms mostly in north-Florida ., ,;v. .r... tSocial S E.F1\ ILLE 'I
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Rainfall caused as Hurricane Diana passed off the east coast Sunday x! ,..L ,
merely gave Bradford Countians a nice rain. Amounts varied. WPXE OWtu.,....Fog* 10l."e Sweetest Strawberries: This Side of H&iven 'I

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The county commission must be smell wasn't bad Monday.. Tienan

the Judge of the sludge that is being seemed undisturbed. .'
Y spread on a farm near Lawtey. Is it O'Neal says using the sludge as
:fertilizer or contaminating effluent fertilizer is cheaper than commercial -;
from the Buckman sewerage treat- fertilizer.
,, ment plant in Jacksonville. Commissioners fear farmers all
u..cYAlri? II ? Word that a very foul' odor is over the county will want to use it.
emanating from the Bryant Reddish There is also the problem of deter- '
farm (the pld Abraham' place)'off mining the content of the sludge;
SR-125 northwest of Lawtey, put O'Neal's proposed ordinance allows
county commissioners in a quanory Class One sludge but would ban
Monday, wondering how to control Class 2 and Class 3 sludge. This is
the 'jumping of the sludge from a the way it is done in.Baldwin,.O'Neal,
large urban area such as Jackson said.
wyye n ville onto Bradford County. Commissioners Two hundred' Clay residents appeared -.
? are looking at the possibilityof at a public hearing in Clay, ,
enacting a permitting ordinance. County to oppose the dumping of
Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal was' Duval effluent there."I .
assigned the 'task of., setting up a' tell you what, now; that's some
special meeting, tentatively set for 8 bad stuff," said Commissioner
: is a p.m. Sept. 27 in the county commission Larence Mosley,who also visited the
a +C c4 1 meeting room, with the in- SR-125 farm when the odor,was bad.
terested parties. Invitations will be O'Neal said Department of Environmental ->,
issued to officials from the Depart, Regulation permission
ment of Environmental Regulation iiad been received by Frenz Enter
from ''Tallahassee Mayor.Everett: riseethe company that hauls the
'U .Braddock of Baldwin Harold Hill of sludge and Jack Pons to spread the!
) f tnS Keystone'Heights, the Frenz company liquid sludge on about 200 acres near
which is hauling the sludge. SR-125 northwest< of Lawtey. .
Commissioners realize the county O'Neal said checks are made by
has not expertise in this area,. as DER to determine the classification'
,;" ':::, .j \ county attorney Dudley Hardy of1 sludge ,but didn't know what
.: '. pointed out and want as much input assurances, if any, are made to be
'r.. from knowlegeable sources as it is sure that Class One sludge reaches a
: .\ ,i'.. ryIq ",4 S possible to get. specific area in Frenz Trucks.)
Harold Hill, a retired'Jacksonville O'Neal's proposed ordinance
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s-J '1, ". : ':" "", co mIity' ". treatment, plants, .including ,the sludge.from outside Bradford Coun.-
'f....\ Buckman plant' .advised the'com-' ty. It would also prohibit Class 2 and
d .. "< ,'ff' ;. j.; .. :. r. / ', ,.; ", I mission to take care In'.llowlng 3 sludge, but would allow'Class One
'. J::' 1'1 sludge to be dumped onto Bradford sludge produced inside the county. '
.. .., : ; .'-: .. .' ; soil from a larger urban such Commissioners want to take
r. ,." '" I > I" ... ,.ft..w'rAnn. area, every .. .

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''I ( ..' 1,7001reetsarob era were' served, plus tree 'Who he said has been through; a, don't know the chemical properties '
I \i... Cokes and popcorn at the second annual Com sludge dumping situation In of the sludge, how crops will
munity Appreciation Day sponsored by the Community Baldwin. Braddock could tell the react to it,and if it could get into the
; Stat.,/'Ba this past Saturday.On county what Baldwin, had to.do to tributaries of the'Santa Fe River
i a recruiting drive, the state National control sludge dumping. Hill said; which is protected by being declared
r 5- Guard, including the local 631st Maintenance Frenz owns property at,Baldwin .an Outstanding Florida Water. ,
Co., got into the act by bringing equipmentini where it spreads sludge and im ,Harold Hill, president of the Santa
eluding an 8-inch howitzer' an M48-A5 tank and mediately discs it into the ground.. Fe Lake Dwellers Association which
e i. a Cobra helicopter for future guardsmen "The odor was horrible said led the effort to prevent mining of
(hopefully to climb on, ask questions, and get. county commission Lawrence the Santa Fe Swamp for peat said
their hands on some camoflauged equipment ordinarily Mosley who was called to the scene the sludge Is the result from the way
viewed only from a distance. last week. "You could lose your Jacksonville treats its waste pro
It isn't often you see a Cobra helicopter land 'iii''' lunch over it," agreed sanitarian ducts. Originally, Hill said Jackson
:.2 M S 4' the Bradford Square Shopping Center is it? ; 'O'Neal.Commission ChairmanE.W. ville was to burn its sludge. Instead'
1,500 hamburgers were ordered and a second Hodges said local residents the city eliminated the portion of its
14tY T- S.-II i order had to be sent for, bank officials say. have been complaining to him about treatment process that digested the
The Summer Fun Run sponsored by the Community the odor and that 12 residents were sludge, and began the cheaper:
a State Bank and The Bradford County in his store one day last week. method of spreading the sludge on
h; x \ Telegraph was also a part of the day's events. Doug Tienan, manager of the sod the ground.
ii- -S I } Some 100 runners took part in a 10K race and a farm, said he doesn't understand Bradford officials'. at this point, do
: ti one-mile fun run.. including 27.kids under age 13' what caused the odor. Tienan not know to what extent the sludge is
;I and a 70 year-old man. suspects some raw sewage was haul- treated'or anything about the process
.r"? ..:;. __... Due to a very limited news hole this week, the,"" ed in by mistake. Jacksonville uses,to treat its
Fun Run will be printed in the Sept. 20 issue of. Very little odor could be detected waste to come up with the sludge.

If : The Telegraph. ,; when commissioners visited the Class 3 sludge is .has only the
l' .1 farm Monday afternoon, Sept. 10, water content removed. Class 2
-i.t .. '. Sludge was' being pumped onto a 'sludge is partially chemically
:,: field at the time,. by, using a large treated. Class 1 sludge, is treated to,
Jj i h. hose with a huge sprinkler on it:The meet DER standards '
\ : sludge was being pumped onto high
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.. .. 100 yards away Class 1 sludge Is supposed to have
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A local loan of some $250,000 Is be- Register said an 80 foot pole coat made an annoyed Chairperson "' ;:
ing considered by the Bradford some $1.800 a month ago. Vo-Tech Patricia Spengler found out, r,;'.. '
School Board to make much-needed Director David Smith said that his .Mrs. Spengler asked "Does i
tors repairs, some cited as safety fac school's crane can set the pole. anybody here remember, me saying 'igiii
that?" '
A falling-down 'walkway which The school board urged fast actionon Supt. Casey and secretary Joan
holds up air-conditioners at Starke both the ootbal field pole and the Chitty said they didn't remember to ,
Elementary is the main safety pro dangerous SE walkways.A 'do i
that researchCasey: said they'd
blem. Operations Director Leonard fence is needed for safety pur"poses listened to the of .
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around the vo-tech center if ,
see they'd forgotten anything:
session his staff would begin tearing said Director David Smith citing L
down the unsafe walkway the next .the danger of ; ,
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Injury children
playing ; wwin > rw" I i
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Track y y
day. Other schools also needwalkways on the equipment parked around BUS Bid Okayed... ; SI
which have been delayed the school. A $31.717 bid from Watsot'Con '
because of money considerations. Board member J.T. Parrish struction of Gainesville has been
"We may have to borrow money," pointed out the walkways designed unofficially approved for the repay, I ,
painted out board member Rodney for school recently are the very best. big the track at Bradford ) h'
Hall at the Aug. 20 meeting. "We Parrish said contractor Ernest .& obi. 1" ".,.
DON'T want something to fall on Trtest has built aluminum walkwaysat ..:t:
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somebody. schools in Clay Architect AI Dompe said the low' "
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Still persisting la the air-: should consider. The price would be bid of Keystone Paving was nonconforming 'o' .' .....,.,
conditioning problem in Phase I of about half, Parrlsh said be bad been to the specifications required t ." .. ....
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; the high school, some rooms of told. and the firm was 'not boor ,
'. which were without cooling last Supt. Ton: Casey laid the ,d We.Watson Canst t*bondable but >r.lt ">1",7\1..., "
week. Register said bis staff has walkway have been critical situa the bid is higher.Dompe, asked for a .A> M: .. "
dIM all It bows bow to do to repair tions and recommended the board decision from the school board on : '
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'1 ttai conditioners roof-top' mounted air, make up package of the repair pro' which way to go. County Commlssisoners: 'lraveted to .Lawtev: 'to Judfle''the:'::8 ud.e'>1< .,..

jects, and takeout ,a local loan of The.J71'bid 1rkU'J) ", :. hA1 ....'...toaaaleallII' '1" ....yir ;\ '- ..,. than that IV.dN.d' OMIh"eWlI' .
: "We to them one ct.". and they',., some _JOGO. 't'l/Ing/ tM tresl .( UNIfertlUser t tI ,
next,"Regteier Mid of the' The board took no'action on the track,widening it slightly,' ;pnd pf v'-'v:i;' ': :';eboav tones:: j jNsterbed OHM tne r..mnr.b. ',. .
,ddoownth. ., package, Mt Thursday. Ing'the pole valul high jump; auUU ." } the ] ., .. waat I ta In tk* .Mae | wfcat well M le,,
I't An 80-fc t tall power. ..pole'at' the hIt: dais not 1 include :>.lifJ. ,. er" ,7 ," I,L ..:", \ ;@, WMl wHI H- lns.tl. watwr'taWe, mr even tne. .
''BK f field to aJao"MMre 1 : will,be several thousand. additloatdIitci4" L i iA .T"' i fir' iN '
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wig No', '
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oat Hajtt bufbi said salary' schedule :for 'cemmk awnevs' ....
; steps non ;
! ; ',BfII8.! principal Jim Duncan, Instructicnal employees lied! been "p:,"* > ( /\"r, atlerwoa,.Wt board 1W ale*.e..' s..lIItlll....'...s ,//k1ib. saw 'r: .. M.> slot i atlaen' paw ,
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IA TELEGRAPH September 13,1984


HEtf WANTED
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Tie Vote in Hampton
',.It's. a .... and a minimum of a high school diploma. Apply Personnel

:In a 111 person turnout, including out in 1983.Marshal. districted. This year required the Director. City Hall City of Starke.
t&ree absentee voters, the count for John Hodges was re- selection of two candidates'from a
the second council member up for elected with a total of 64 votes over field o four. ,1,1.l
election this year resulted (In a 4949 the count of 43 for losing candidate Races for the two seats open saw .
tie between Jane Hall,former council Raymond Simmons Hodges, who the election of Delmar Williamson AEROBICS ;
member,and Bruce Roark. figured in an investigation of retiring with 54 votes. With the tie for the se
.Three other Hampton officials were Mayor Gordon Wasdsworth, is the cond seat, the only candidate' a of Your Life! :.
elected Tuesday,Sept 11,to serve therdext present law enforcement official of eliminated was George Werre,a close Get In The Shape
term: Marshal JohnHodges the town. third with 43 votes. '
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mayor Elwood Padgett, and Padgett Present got 81 votes Councilman in the race Duane for Newly elected officials Will take office i Classes Begin September 18'i
council candidate Delmar mayor. :
new
at the regular meeting of October
Mitzel was defeated in his bid by a '
Williamson. margin of 58 votes, garnering 23. 5, and a decision will be made in the x STARKE
The council will have to determine Mitzell did not seek re-election to his matter of the Hall-Roark tie ai soon KEYSTONE,

,it method a runoff of selection election, such or some as drawingout other post as councilman to run for the of as possible. ,* M,& W \ T&THu, ">"",', ,.,;:. .M&W ,fc. ,
of a hat, should be used to settle fice.Hampton's election Officers presently serving will holda 5:30 6:15'pm 1
method of as meeting to the 1984-1985 r 9:30 am pmKeystone.
tie. approve
the Hall-Roark specified by charter requires that budget, under which the new officers 10:45: am* ( ," T&TH
City Clerk Lola Williamson and 3 voters pick the number of council will operate, to. be held Tuesday, 4:00
Council positions were not open for seats open from a field of all candidates September 18, at 7 p.m. in the Town 4:00: pm Woman's Club : pm f
lection this year Those terms run in races that are not Hall. 6:00: pm For Beginners (St. Mark'sEpis

I Tornado Talk... 7:30 pm & Seniors church,.'hall. ;, I

Wendee'llall played this Friday at 8 p.m. againstthe nado Spirit Flags. They are $2 and "> 9
by Keystone Indians.We are expec- can be purchased from Mrs. at class or call 473-3784
for the week... Junior Class Register
Thought ting a large crowd so come early and McNelley, sponsor.
"You can only make others better support< by, being good yourself." Tickets will be sold before and
after school Friday for the Varsity The B.H.S. annual staff would lik: Weeks30
Welcome Address... game. The price for the tickets isKindergarden to offer families and friends the opportunity 8
1 hope that all students had a very .5th grade$1;6th-12 to write message to a Unlimited Attendance
nice summer and will have a very $2; Adult-S3. ALL,tickets at the gate special student in the 1985 Tornado at or all'classes I
good at B.H.S.I would also like will be$3.Victory. Yearbook. any
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1984-83 Dance...
faculty members for the
school year. They are: Ms. Sarah The first dance of the year will be -
Faulk.(< Mr. Elijah Bell, Mr. John held this Friday night in the B.H.S.
Sanders, Mrs. Deena Petrella, Mrs. gym directly after the football
Christie Torode, Mr. Ronald game.
Reagan, Mrs. Ruby Thomas Mr. It will be sponsored by the Juniors
Buddy Bell, and Mr. RobertoGoldaras and all proceeds will go towards the HI t(4TP5
84-85 Jr-Sr prom. Lets make our
Prom the best and celebrate our
Tornado Time is Here.. Tornado victory.
All Tornado fans come and cheer The dance will end at midnight.
for our J.V. football team tonight Admission will be$2 per person.As .
(!:Thursday, Sept. 13) at 7 p.m. Wewill another project to raise money
be playing Orange Park. Our for the prom and boost student... 4101 South
will be the Juniors are!,pm"*r
first Varsity district game morale
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Words cannot express i
GainesvilleMOVING
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the gratitute deeply I feel for,- _

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those of you who k

supported me during I r" :
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my campaign and :!\.; '; :.':/ (
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the recent election. |lv'Vl: ; 'Jl| W : WP' i I

Although I did not take the office, I didn't o ; .

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new friends I ,made.

My Deepest Regards, After.35' Years We're Moving .

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To Our Valued Cwlom:ovln9 to our CANON G.&,SUNBEAM HOOVER'BROTHER MINOLTA,
'confidence. After 35 Nealshowroom e, YnICRNjNO muee PRESTO, WILSON CLAIROL, PANASONIC, MATTEL
your new ,,,a' I do no s",re se\l\no\ 8PALDING, SEIKO_
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our to"I bare wet farin9$ 01 "W
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Gilbert S. "Gib" Brown 'marked down '\\I;,
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Clerk of .the Court Hurry the In bad today selection or as. ',,MasterCard end. :. ;iv; .. Our Already LowVISAareweICO18.


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Appliance t STONE RINGS, GOLD, -FILLED, NECKCHAINS, EARRINGS
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Air Cotldiiienlnp CLOCKS,'GIFTS. ,STATIONERY..' -

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Press Breakdown Delays TelegraphSomething

I Police Chief Bowen Reports as RequiredActing went awry in the elec- Highland to be printed.. However* 'it-
tronic system of The Telegraph' may not be printed in time to be inserted I

press Wednesday morning, and addressed and gotten to the
on a request by the Starke tions, : I worked with the Detective :, homicide procedures a 28-page internal some papers may be late this week. Post Office In time for the Sept. 13 I
Commission Starke Police Chief Bowen stated In a letter to the mall)
investigation unit procedures The paper is being sent to Florida
-The )Editor!: '
Jimmy!; Bowen presented several commission that training programs Division Squad at the Gainesville manual and gave the commissionersa Crown Printing on U -301 north of '" l !
documents to commissioners at the were being initiated to provide information Police Dept. During my hours I booklet of rules and regulations for
Sept. 3 city meeting intended to on changes in the law and spent with the DetectiVe Division I 'the Starke Police Department.Mayor.Commlssioner ThREuniUT
answer criticisms of the Police other helpful materials for city worked with Detective David Smith .
Department by a grand Jury. policemen. He said the recently appointed most of my hours spent in the field Jimmy ,
There was no discussion by the full-time investigator had was interviewing witnesses or subjects Crosby Jr. said the requests by the
commission after Bowen passed spent two weeks working with in cases. commission had been carried out by GROCERY & VARIETY ;
them out individually prior to the Gainesville Police detectives to gain "During my hours with the investigation the chief and he hoped the improvements -
opening of the meeting. more knowledge of investigative squad I went to several would be beneficial to 1000 S. Water, Street (Hwy 100 S.) :

The reports came within 'the techniques, A job description for.the crime scenes. I was taught the pro the citizens of Starke. "

September deadline set by the com- investigator was also presented in ,per way to process and collect The grand jury report pointed to 964-5587 t
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mission after responding to written form.A evidence two murder investigations that the l t'tt
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criticism,of the police force by a letter included from Investigator "During my hours spent with report said were poorly completed t
Bradford Grand Gainesville Police-Dept. I learned .JUST ARRIVED j
County Jury. Richard A. (Ricky) Ben- by Starke police and also criticized
The grand Jury said officers were nett stated; probably more in that short time various deficiencies (In the. depart
poorly trained and lacked skills "During the month of May and than I probably would have learnedin ment including few written, q FALL FASHIONS '
needed to do homoctde. investiga: _. a year as Investigator in Starke." >
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Only buying the llmerock.
Driving Range The board also voted to pay HOODED PULLOVERS' ,SLACKS .
Plans Approved for DOE engineer Kelley $2,800.for drawingthe .
$12500 Final plans for construction of-a plans. VESTS BLOUSES .

commercial vehicle driving'' range The school board has a $250,000 LADIES VANDERBILT SWEATERS
for the vo-tech center on the west rant, for: which Sen. Bill Grant
edge of Camp Blanding closest to D-Madison is credited with
Starke were officially approved from the state to build.the riving 250/0 Off '

when the board was in session prior' range.

COLOR to Engineer the workshop.Jerome Kelley's plansare Teacher Contract OK,'d... DENS &, LADIES '

PORTABLE for a $200,000 construction job The teacher contract for 1984-83 WESTERN SHIRTS
with the vo-tech center planning to was also approved at the Aug. 30 ,
Starting do the concrete work and the board meeting. JEAMS '.

Supt. Casey said it needed to be .
ai approved so the staff could make up Ie 25% F'F"E IU'IKI. '. .
the new which is due in two
payroll
8500 ;i THE BRADFORD weeks. STOP SHOP & SAVE "

COUNTY TELEGRAPH i Some teachers who were ,
members of the Bradford Education ..... ,
Most Makes Published vory Thursdayat 'met prior to the Aug. 30 meeting and I / 19 'I'
I 135 W. Call Str..t ratified the contract bargained for MASTER CARD VISA; '
,and Models All Reclaimed Starko. Florida 32091 by the BEA and school board collective ,

bargaining teams. ..
( THIS WEEK ONLY Second Class: postage paid at The teacher vote was 47-4 to OK INTERESTED IN SAVING?
Starke FloridaSubscription the contract. There are 272 teachersin .

Best "oter the County of which some 125 are .

i Western Rates: members of BEA. oius. Discount Prices

In-trade area: $10.00 per year
Room 12, Fri., Sept. 14th I $5.50 six months -Vtnttfior$ No Coordinating' charge

,; 8 am 8 pm I Outside area: $11 per year ,, S& W ,

': 5% Discount for Cash $6.00 six monthsThe'admlSVstrotlon DISCOUNT ,' ,
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JOHN W. SASSER and : of 964.4126 Coordinate! your., h.91'3c' ,; ;>r, offic.e"; ,
I 1.Legal; Notices r IDA MAE SASSER. Defen the estate of BERTHA H. '
dants.. PEARCE deceased File ,.jI o ,Draperies '' Wallpaper, tr', ',, ', ;
Number 8476CP. Is -- > /.! '" H' ", "' :
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NOTICE Circuit ,
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: IN THE CIR> '.IT YOU ARE HEREBY PUBLIC SALE Court for Bradford County <. ,, 1 ." ;" I

'COURT CIRCUITOF EIGHTH NOTIFIED that an action Notice Is hereby given Florida, the Probate address Division ofwhich Graber Verflicals.: ShaclesLevolor : :'
JUDICIAL
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for Dissolution of Mar. that pursuant to Final I ; ; ) ,4 ) .
FLORIDA IN AND FOR flage and other relief Judg.m.nt of. Is Bradford County '' ,' ''i: ,' '
BRADFORD COUNTY has been. filed againstyou Foreclosure entered 'In- Courthouse Stork., 'Mini Blinds / :,
CASE NO. 84-292-CA In the.ebov.-styl.d the Circuit Court of the Florida 32091. The ",, 'f" "t, .." "
and addresses of
Court and you are required Eighth Judicial Circuit In names I \
i! CIVIL ACTIONIN to serve a copy of and for Bradford County the personal representative .
I your written defenses. If Florida Civil Action CaseNo and the p.rlonolr.pr..ntotlv.'s SAVESAVE .
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? RE: THE MARRIAGEOF any. to It on TERENCE M. 84-43-CA on 4 attorney "
: BROWN, ESQUIRE, Poll September '1984 are set forth U C' '
SYLVESTER WILLIAMS, Offlc. Drow.r 40, wh.r.ln JOHN W. below. I Wallpaper Galore I ; ,
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Interested : :r \
'J, : Stark., Florida 32091 SASSER and IDA MAE All persons1are ,
t.,'Husband.. .and file the original with SASSER ore Defendants required to file with'' \ ,. ,sAVE '
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;Engineered for smaller can '
w- this court WITHIN THREE ,
the Clerk ot the above- I will .11 the following
SHIRLEY M. WILLIAMS. described MONTHS,OF THE FIRST I .. "",
styled Court onor property lying SUPER MULTI-GRADE Interior Decorating Made Easy. : .i if "
Wife ,, before 1 October 1984.r and, being situate In PUBLICATION OF THIS'NOTICE ; i. Jratrw. "
oi'Uai ,t; Otherwise, yrtudgement.) ..., ,,Bradford '; County, : ((1)) all ,,claims II ,. Case ?! 24 ;i.,." For Shop at Home Convenience'' ''J'; : r' "
NOTICE 1 sKail( fc. rWagonT! ( ttf-wlti: ,. '' }he.t; ta e and, ,. Call: Donna ri'"" rtV964-7714."iSt'arited1': J
*ht : : .FlorldCl."I| ,1-- (2)'brfyf ,! '23.99 ; "" : ;'t'::
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-< .: BlocTwo ( ) abfectlon by an .
J \0 yNOPROPER you forath.'r.tf.P'r.qu.st.d Lot Four ((4)) of "-' "
,\ In the Petition ((2)) of. West Pines. 'Interested person to Call for''s no obligation', appointment! .
,--ifOr", SYlv..t.'rWilliam. WITNESS my hand and Subdivision Section 29, 'whom this notice was II , ,
., 4r-e/o Maud. seal of said Court or the'' Township 6 South Range ,mailed that challengesthe f .
o>J4hnson. 1303 ,Mlh. 22nd day of August 22 East as the same appears validity of the' will I
Street Sarasota, FL 1984. of record In Plot the qualifications of the
33580. GILBERT S. BROWN Book 2, Page 51 of the personal) representative',
tI YOU ARE 'HEREBY Clerk of the Public Records of Bradford venue, pr jurisdiction of Oh!'
NOTIFIED that on actlor ; Circuit Court County, Florida. the court. so 00
for Dissolution of Mar. BY) Lisa Alvarez TOGETHER WITH all ALL CLAIMS AND OB- ,

rlage and Other Relief Deputy Clerk structures, Improvements JECTIONS NOT SQ FILED ...
has been filed against TERENCE M. BROWN fixtures, WILL BE i FOREVER BAR. .
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you Sylvester Williams, ESQUIRE. appliances, and appurtenances RED.
Jr., and you or. required Tamlinson& Brown. P..A.Attorn.y.lor on said real Publication of this ...
to"serve a copy of your Wife property or used In conjunction Notice has begun on "
written defenses, If any 8/30 4tchg 920JIN1 therewith i September 13; 1984. t t
to It, on the plaintiff's attorney Sold tale will b. at Personal Representative ..
whose name and public sate to the highest : MARGARET ANN I :
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address Is Wm. A. B..- bidder for cash and In ac- SMYTH. 2336 Kingsport T.M.
i sent, III, Esquire, BES- THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 'cordance with the Drive, Largo Florida' .:
THE EIGHTH
SENT.; MOODY dSALIMAN. JUDICIAL oforedescribed Final 33540, .,
403 West CIRCUIT, judgement Said sale Attorney for, Personal :
Georgia Street,,P.O. Box IN AND FOR shall be held at the Main Representative: JOHN H.
1056. Starke, Florida BRADFORD" .COUNTY. (Northeast) Door of the JONES, Esquire, Of r FISH DINNERf
":; ,32091 I. and file the ./ FLORIDA Bradford, County Courthouse Counsel P.O. Drawer ,
',original with the clerk of CIVIL CASE NO.8. .i84 in: "Stark' 1030. Slarke. Florida
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r' :,the above styled court on Florida at ,,11:00': a.m., 32091. Telephone: ((904))
or before S.pt.mb.r 27, 'IN RE:: The Matter of Eastern Daylight Time, 9645701. 1Ne7 ,,, cy
1984: otherwise a judge The Adoption of on the 2nd of October. 9/132tchg9/20 .
be entered ROBERT DALE TAYLOR 1984. '
mast may ........
J against you for the relief ''GILBERTS. BROWN ..
.x demanded ,In the com NOTICE OF ACTION 'Clerk Circuit Court' ', T I. "err ti
'.,plaint or petition BYi Lisa Alvarez NOTICE. .
i, > WITNESS my hand and 11TO: CHARLES* THOMAS" Deputy Clerk OF APPLICATION r
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the seal of said Court on- JONES '9062tch9913NOTICE '' FOR '
August IS. 1984. YOU ARE NOTIFIED .'' TAX DEED 4i r \ ,
i<5' GILBERTS: BROWN that on action for the i., \, I
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'adoption of 'ROBERT NOTICE' IS HEREBY
9'' P', "+ As Clerk of said Court "
.4 /\,' Byt lisa Alvarei, DALE' JONES has beep OTTIS N. McKINNEY GIVEN that DONALD G.
,filed and you has mod application to or LUCY L.'WRIGHT. the
J:'.;" As Deputy ClerK against you Ij
required to the Stark. Zoning and holder of the following
; .,,>(,-; 8/23 4tchg 9/13 "ar serve a
,Planning, Board for I
copy of your written certificates,has filed said
.' ;' ;'}$l- : NOTICE Defenses, U any, to It on. reclassification: of the, certificates for' a tax ,S '+v Iwll ,,y f i+ 'ri _
f': ',-?'. INTENTION TERENCE M. BROWN.ES- property described,, deed to be Issued
-/ tf '- TO REGISTER QUIRE Tomllnson' "' below from R1C to RID to thereon. The certificate
.4 t ', '' FICTITIOUS NAME Brown; P.A.. Post Office be 'allowed '0',..plac.Mobil. ,numb... and year of Issuance
,. "I A, Drawer 40,,.' Stork., Horn at 413 Polk the descriptionof
4i
t ','Pursuant' to Section.. Florida '33091. on or. Street, Stark. Florida, the property and the i G"
865.09 Florida Statutes, ..before October 8, 1904. Parcel 3831-00100 In Sec' ,I names ,In which It ,wo, ItllfJ. SatasIt9 a aMrY,4f:1'uJatNAJHNL tt
notice Is h.r.by given and file the original with lion 29;; Township' 6 assessed ore as follows: X'Rr.f/P LIMITED
:' MMY i1 "
that the undersigned the Clerk o'"tnll.-ourt, South Range 22 East." Certificate( No.: 60 TIME
AUEN E. TAYLOR and' either before service on This 'change In' Year of Issuance: 1982
f '' MARY M.TAYLOR*Itt, 1, ''the''abov.nam.d attorney classification Is subject Description of Property i Three lightly breaded, delicately'seasoned fish fillets, sought and OFFER .....
to public hearing' to beheld .
No. 2136.01500 Com "
FL or immediatelyth.reafter'oth.rwlp :
Box 810 lawtey .
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32058, |joint owners, doe' a 'on .Thursday' at SW Con Sec N 1172.84"to tender, they melt in your mouth. Served with our natt aai cut french I1 it
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under the default, wilt be entered September 27, 1784. at : POB Cant N 149.21 to '
business
f \ fries
Ing fresh cole slaw Sou
'ehuShpuppies.
tartar i
I firm'name of BRADFORD' 'against you lor,the relief 7:00 P.M.. In the Council NW Cor of SW'of sauce,
''UMEROCK SALES.,Rt;,,, 1. demanded Inthe Petition' Room In the Stark City SWV 430 to W R/W Co: ;;arid freshlemon. ,wedge.- w
o ,Hall on Thompson Street.i ,
Box 810 Lawtey. Fl'a32038. Gr Rd Sly 'on W R/W
,.Intends Jo WITNESS my hand and Starke,, Florida. At this' 152."" 'W 400' to POB See.
\?):register said fictitious official seat of this Court time all persons'. 14Twp6S922. MONDAY TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY l
:
'," nam, 'under theaforesaid on this 27th day of terested shall' be heard' Name) In which assessed ., ,
: A.D., 1984 for'or against the proposal Elmer C .
: statute. .August. : .Wright. "
'i'I.,Dated this 15th day ofAuguN. ,, TEDENCE M: BROWN, specified .In the All of said'' property ':. 2-Piece Fish Dinner !
A.D.. 1984r In E'SQw Tomlfnserr' ( 2onlng Code of the Cityol being'I In the County of
Bradford. County; Brown. P.A.J,, 'Attorney' : Storke. Florida.. Bradford' Slat of. ',Dinner.includes: 2 golden brown! fish fillets, natural cut french tries $1.99Captain : '
1/33 4tod 9/13 for Petitioners. ,Walter Westcott. Florida. i. fresh cole and 2 hush ..
slaw puppies.
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.{ 'GILBERT S. BROWN .Chairman''' Unless such certificate, : i
t,;i'::IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT Clerk of the Court. Stark Zoning 4 or certificates: shall .b* 1

"tS. OF THE EIGHTH MY'; Fay.N.:Wht", ...d\ Planning Board > redeemed according, to :SUNDAY AIX. DAY & WEDNESDAY 4 ,PM TIL CLOSE :
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ... Deputy Clerk'j'0v )tchg913IN law... property described
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tBRADFORD: INANOFOR'COUNTY, "';' : 8/30 4tehg /20'J ......... certificate in such certificate will be sold ",v '"d I. ,,All-Ywi-Can-Eat, ConntryStyyIIexFWh Dinner !'

FLORIDA .' 'It.t;THE CIRCUIT COURt THE CIRCUIT COURT' to the highest bidder at Specially breaded.counby-style fish fillets, .'
i? ;'CIVIL* CAS NO".84-423 ," ;'a OP THE EIGHTH -I. FOIl 1iRA0HM0 the courthouse door' ort: ''l tote: > 'slaw( ,southern-style hush puppies and tartar sauce.Offer $2, ran
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r" ? : i .. t.\;\! JUDICIALCWCUltf COUNTY: PLQUWA,r, the 17th day of October. l-
IN DIE!:?b. trs l oht1' ,B'+' d; IN' AND FOR' PflOBATKjMVMtOM;?' y' '964. I, Good For Dining Room Service Only. .... I. :
W= 1 -r: ) ItIAOFOIIDCOUNTY. File Number....76-C. ,: ,DoIed'thi( iWth'iioy of
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,.:; ; :' ': :1'AL" ,;' : :; ., ;.- 1831 Survey Indicates Geiger Far.m"liH": ;: 'i .

.. e' t' )Je'T" OR' ;5"11.1"' <;.::."

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May Have Been Oldest In Bradford :


Sludge Control Ordinance Needed ,0 .. ".


; Bradford County was sparsely settled N nr_

gets the class, of sludge he's paying for.A.t before 1850 because of the Seminole Indian o slag r ullr r.
The poet says, "A rose by any other Wars in the 18303 and'40s which made this
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name would smell as sweet, but Brad, present, the county has no ordinance :1 area of Florida too dangerous to be attract

ford County Commissioners found Mon to regulate the quality of sludge tlve to many newcomers from Georgia and

day that sewage sludge, if not properly \being used r or the methOd by which ItIs South Carolina : := _... ..M t,, r Farm 5. '' ''

treated and spread, can smell applied to, a ,crop.. Commissioners ex- Obviously, there were some settlers in is
the New River area before 1933 since the
ble": no matter what you call It. pressed concern' that, in addition to objectionable New River Baptist Church was establishedin

odors, water supplies might that year,.and both New River and Fort $ ; 'i rV,

They also found that Department of be contaminated by runoff of ground Harllee on Santa Fe River had post offices 'c oaby taoa .
water' from the where is before 1851.However.
Environmental Regulation rules which area dumping ti. al
allow a permit to be issued for the sale taking! place.: the late H.E. Lagergren, an J C i *
and distribution of Class One (properly early surveyor and grandfather of Lake. ) 4
The Commissioners plan to discuss Ftr
M.G. McMillan retired
now ,
surveyor .jl _
treated) sludge have no enforcement the problem with DER and represen- wrote an article for The Telegraph in 1934 Stepson c1t *

procedures to insure that Class Two and tatives bf the sludge-supplying corn- stating that "the oldest settlement in the Wo '

Class Three (Insufficiently treated) party and also explore how Clay County county of which the U.S. survey field notes !
sludge is not sold and distributed to dealt make mention, was about two miles '
has with the problem. Baker Coun- 79W
southwest of Starke,on lands owned by the
customers instead of the Class One call ty has also. had similar problems in the estate." This land later

ed for in the contract. 'I recent past. 'This could conceivable ''becameAlvarez as "the old airport proper- IIIIa

drain into New River, degrading its ty" and is now part of the property owned c. a tw t b ,o u
During its Monday session the Com- water quality and affect by Fred Mueller, on which his Alligator.
ultimately ,Creek Ranch farm store is located.
missioners visited a site near Lawtey Santa Fe River, which is now classifiedas supply

where the owner of a sod-growing an Outstanding Florida Water. According to field notes of the 1831 sot
survey, the township' line ran through + i:4,7.Vs"rj'
operation is paying for Class One sludgeto "
fertilizer but For the people living within smelling- "Geiger's field", a large property cover .
use as apparently distance of the Lawtey operation, actionto Ing more than a quarter section of land.
receiving a more odoriferous product.
The referred
Geiger to was John Martin
DER has' enforcement' control such "air pollution" in thefuture.cal,1t who is listed In
Apparently, no Geiger Land Office -, .,
procedures to assure that the customer : come too soon. .' Receivers Receipt book, Volume I. for the
north,'was "set in Crosby' n ld",1 according
lear 1847 as owning property In S6T7R22 Adjoining the Geiger farm on the north -
to the notes. The site for this corner is
'near Reynolds", Reynolds was at one
the holdings of Mr. Truluck, who
,were a
,time a location between Starke and Hamp now located in the middle of State Road 100 <
On The'Subject of PrayerIn 'placed a dam across nearby Alligator 1 just west of Crosby Lake Cemetery/'A cor-
_ ton.John i Creek and built a mill for grinding corn. It 1 ding to Lagergren the Crosby settlement
.' still in service until the end ofthe Civil
Martin Geiger was the father of was '
was, no doubt, very old, even when'the ear-
Noah Geiger who was described by Mr< I War. ly surveys were done. He writes tnal,'"On

;all of the current debate over the Persons who insist upon our children Lagergren as "respected and beloved as a The original Township lines were run by the high and productive lands around the

question of "prayer in school", whether having opportunity to pray and read There sterling citizen" of Bradford County. {surveyor David Thomas in 1830 and '31. I i, lakes were also located the Johns Wynn,
still several families '
are of i
Geigers ,The section lines, one mile apart, were run and Sparkman plantations, all
otherwise it to that settled very
silent seems us
or ,
feel in
the Bible in the public schools the community, and a Geiger Street, later, in the second of 1931 by .early."
quarter
the most reasonable discussion of the which parallels Wilson Road in southeast ,,/
strongly that such activities are important ;'another surveyor, Davis Floyd. Apparently |'
subject was made by the Rev. Paul E. to development of the moral Starke. the early surveys were not accurate Mr. Lagergren, who came,t Sta'rke in

Wren, Jr., pastor of the Murray Hill fiber of our nation. The Geiger property was mostly in the 'enough to meet approval of the Surveyor 'established 1879, the ,year recalls The having Telegraph",..the'Oppor-was
Baptist Church, in the "Religion southeast quarter of Section 31, Township i 'General, and the township and section ,
tunity to view' what was !said toy btf the
The value of institutional religious activities 6, Range 22 East, just west of the present lines were resurveyed in April 1855 by '' oldest and largest sweet tree In this -
Timesis is questionable.Prayers route of U.S. 301. It spread easterly into A.M. Randolph, whose reputation for accuracy i j section of the state. It orange the old
Section 32, where the dwelling stood. The : is still respected today. The plat grew/on;
the
at north
Sparkman plantation, end of
size of the field Indicates that the was finally approved by the Surveyor I
minister feels that 'the issue of Geiger ,
that are spoken from 'General Crosby Lake and'was of enormoUs size.
&er and Bible reading in the' public home place included property more than a ; In 1855. 'The Sparkmans said the tree bver 60 i
pr memory and by the requirements of law i was
quarter mile across, and must have been '
schools has been lost in the political have' little impact the spiritual established many before the I In later field notes there is mention of years old, which could certainly not be an '
upon years survey .1
several other settlers. The northwest
early
exaggeration. It might have been planted
aria, and explains his viewpoint in the was made in 1831. ; '
welfare of
participants. 'corner of Section 30, adjoining 31 on the 'while Florida was under;Spanish'rule."
thqpfollowing paragraphs: ,' .
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How often we have found ourselves

"fife issue of prayer and Bible reading praying to open and close meetings that '; : "

in (tie public schools continues to reflect neither honor God nor uplift the human County Agent's NotebookBy: Bobby Taylor j: .
11 11Soil
th tact that religion has become a very race.

important part of our nation's political ,
debate.IS&s, The Bible'itself rejects such activity, ,

of course, is not new describing ingless. it as shallow and mean TestingA slowly, it should be added at least a monthto ly, and control pest and diseases'.h: :

soil test could spell the difference between six weeks before planting even sooner, if In review, a soil test will' indicate the :
I1 -ligion has always been introduced Prayer is essential to the vitality of su cess and failure for a fall possible. relative amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus, !

to elp determine the political party ,Iany,people when it is done with content vegetabl ) garden. Many gardeners potassium, calcium, and magnesium in 1
that;wears the "white hats". and( meaning, but it is destructive whenit assume a i application of fertilizer and a recommendations Although a soil test provides Important your garden plot, as well as the pH level. .
on liming, well the
o1 lime is as as You can use this information determine
helping just what the doctor
T% be forced to in is used as kind and of
go public oppositionto magic. amount fertilizer to apply,
ordered f( r a bountilull\aryest..But..1I too how much of a particular analysis!! fer
prayer and Bible reading under any' Students.oU2bt tp y o draw on the, often, tho >e stfps lead to trouble and unnecessary there's a lot it won't reveal For example, "':.tillzer.-'and'the-'quanOty( t Hm! .fNfny to'

circumstances places one in a rather resources of God's love and? wisdom.! jtp (Qse. A soil test is the only- sects a soil,'test nematodes doesn't;show;disease' the presence organisms o( In- w&.!i!apply;: .And;.'"fakiHg'W'' >96'SStmtte\\: }is'a:

pro&arious position in a country where way to cet Teachers who care can commit their ,needs. yourgarden yourself, with from county I
your
Christian> churches are to be found on is too wet or too dry. A soil test is
days to God to.do their best. A'soil tefet can be invaluable agent s office. But remember, a.Stotl test
the:: major street corners in every an guide for just one key to success. You also must is no substitute for good management.. It's
harslet.rjo Administrators do better than home veg :table gardeners. It will indicatethe choose the proper crop varieties, buy good ,
,I can no soil'spotassiuir just one of the basic steps along tfutodth to
content of available seed the
nitrogen, plant at right time water '
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proper- 'n' '
to kneel before God and to wait His. a productive garden. ?
thinking Christian would opposeth upon ,calcium,and magnesium. And, t ,'?
free exercise of prayer and the leadership; in. determining curriculum', it will de ermine the soil's pH level the ."
and methodology.,, ''degree of icidity or alkalinity. By analyzing -
of the Bible.. .
reading
the re ults, a soil technologist or your i Forestry in Bradford County o:1 '
.j
However, to establish such a public Parents can discover new excitement, county ag nt can recommend the fertilization ( : 1 I

institution does raise questions regarding in their lives in fellowship with God con' and liming practices that will produce ,. I 11,1\
'cerning their,children and their educa- the best growing conditions. .j'
the separation of church and state. Growers of Timber Have Bright Future '. ;'
The first 'step is taking a soil sample. ,
an the setting of an unwise precedent.
tion.The This is relatively easy. Check with your by David W Norton I This increase Is being shown Vs1' many
Those: who support the exercise' of issue of prayer and Bible reading county agent's office concerning sampling Bradford Co. Forester companies in the timber business ere mov-
Christian religious practices would in the'public schools has been lost in the bags, tools, and testing services. Using a ing south. An example of this wan the recent -
qutjikly l the introduction of otherregions political arena. sampling Auger, or a shovel, take cores of If you're a timber owner In this area, the move of Georgia Pacific': head-
oppose Into the.school soil six inches deep from at least 15 different future may be very bright for you. quarters from Portland, tp Atlanta. -

system. The politicians need to turn their attention -. spots in your garden. Avoid unusual Most experts agree that by the year 2 000 Other companies Oregonr large in-
'$ae issue is much larger than what areas, such as wet spots and burn piles. the demand for softwood will double. vestments in southern timber include Pro

appears on the surface improving qualifications for Thoroughly mix these cores together to There are several reasons for this, one is ctor and Gamble.'Time, Inc., ITT, Mobil
the teachers who work in "the make one representative sample. Put this that over the next ten years, housing starts and Tenneco. Of 22 forest industry companies -
Tlftose: who oppose the establishmentof classrooms, to providing salaries that mixture In a sampling bag, complete the are expected to average at least I.'million buying more than 20,000 acres,each

teligious activities in public institutions will entice the best minds to invest their accompanying to the and information sheet, attach it per year, compared to 1.7 between 1968 since 1974! 20 of them bought southern
are in many cases devout lives in helping our children develop intheir'"search bag, mail it to our lab for and 1977. Population trends are a factor land. Industry seems to have no doubt that
and very testing. since there will be art increase of people In the south is the right place for a timber In-
do .
: the basis of the for
they so on truth, to ensuring that the "
The vestment.
soil pll. indicated by the test, will prime' home-buying age between 25 \
historical foundations of this nation on the campuses are healthy places of learning determine' need for lime. Mostvegetables'grow and 34. An Increase in the number of two- Timber
prices In the south should
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theJprincipal of religious freedom. ,where children can go without best in a soil with a pH income families who can better afford new tinue to rise above the national ,

I<-is not that they oppose prayer and fear of physical, emotional and spiritual between level nt-eight and six-point-two homes will also be factor which already is above the Inflation average rate. ...
a that's slightly acid, or "sour"Carefully .
abuse.w In
1979 the
Bilge reading. ", 1 Another price for southern plywood? :
occurrence Is the trend
follow the laboratory's recom- house toward alone rose 21.6X. ,
: mendations concerning the amount of lime remodeling. This market now accounts '
to add.Too much be bad for 20 to 25X of the total wood products Because of the increased demand for ;
may just as as too'little.
And be sure you apply the lime well consumption and Is advancing at a .southern lumber, pulpwood prices should
1 .In advance of planting time. Dolomite is a rate ahead of the overall economy. J Increase. More trees will be left to grow to'sawtimber
sizes and this will decrease the
*". ?> good liming agent. But because It reacts, amount of available
U '. All Commodity Clients ; 't. -'MM: : ; ;' fro, '.)0' At present, the West supplies 42X of the smaller pulpwood.
% / ,, tilf I nations timber and the South supplies 42x, What does all this mean _to the lan
f certifia'; :>' Letters, The West Is cutting 57 x more timber annually downers in Bradford ,County? It means 1
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. Must Be than it grows, where the South is 'that landowners who Invest now (en grow-' :
'., cutting only 2X more than it groWl Any ing timber will be able to cash in pn their f
I; Suwannee River Economic Council i Inc announces that due to a change in the HOW QUICKLY Increase In demand will have tocome from Investment when the trees mature and be i
: USDA Commodity program, all recipients must bejryeertified before the. next. .. THE VOTERS FORGET! the south since the west is already being in the position to take' advantage of the '
: distribution. *.', : overcut substantially. favorable market conditions that will exist'i" ,
I All agencies distributing USDA commodities must recertify families on the new I never cease to be amazed at how quickly f then.
House Application form and Issue a new USDA Commodity Card which must be people forget Ii I I

shown each month,along with identification.The card will be punched. each month i Several months ago the' hue' and cry '
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when' commodities are distributed. 'throughout the county was, "Just wait un- ,,, Liberty
AU persons eligible to receive USDA commodities must meet''the following jf '1 ,tii election time rolls around.we'll show Needs Our Help!
criteria and provide documentation: current eligibility for Food Stamps (Letter or'i" .4, you at the poH."
\ Decision); or current recipient of AFDCl Medicaid (Medical Card); SSI, or self: :! :,'/;t 'I I ,
declaration of need based on income npf to .130%: of the Federal Income Level :,';jtit,' < Did YOU fay any of those things, or do The famed Statue of Liberty, raising its
Guidelines (see below), adjusted for household size. Thtt requires statement.of t ? you remember hearing' anyone else say ,torch( .high 'over New 'York Harbor to
household income, and signature confirming statement application- ".. IV r/ them?' -f'/;' < : welcome immigrants, visitors,and return
Recertification will be held at the following time and places r.. r'< .., w I have reference to the maximum"four* ing natives to our shores. Is In the process
..'" Starke, Old RJE School.. Monday' Tuesday;3ept'.''ro, liJ> a.m. to 330 p.m. cent gasoline tax so violently opposed by h .t of a,multi-million. dollar restoration. ., *

Speedville, Pleasant" Grove Baptist Church.. Wednesttaj;3tbl3 9:30: *.". to I. ', the people,;The very commissioners who, When completed, she will look as fresh
3:30pm.: k'd ', t :" :,rr' I : this
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when
'Lawtey,: Recreation.Center. (Mid4Ieb3B M.::1,:i Moa aye elpt17,11:40.*,-m to ) .. > against the wishes of their constituents of the
France
Hampton: .:..... ., ... ,.... ; ;, 'have been returned to office;' francs people to pay the cost contributed of the two million
f:: City Hall Tuesday, Sept. II, 9:30: *.m.to 3:JO pm. ( 'What will I gift to the American ;sculpture as a
new taxes they be able to think people
Brooker City. Hail Wednesday, Sept..19,9:30. : a.m. to 3:30: p.m. ", '
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up next go": ditch- With the generous help of the American
. cleaning and culvert-cleaning tax. people, Miss
; 130* POVERTY GUIDELINEFamily' ; "ol' ; Liberty will still be lifting her
; ., ,' ""' h' .. h Evidently,,: isome''people just "love" torch of hope to see, just as she has I.'.
r?. '.. Sizes, ;M.inc.ne', ..; WhJy,4iK' _*,::,:' Ct.'. ; 11\1!,.. ), taxes Either that; or they surely have a i 'done for the past! 98 years
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Hill live and operate within present income. ,
Marry at Clay Baptist

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Laura Leanne Hicks of Avondale A reception was held'in the church . ".. H' '-" H' "
Estates Ga., daughter of Mr. and Fellowship Hall where floral arrangements -
Mr. Charles R. Hicks of Franklin with tapers in the '
N.C, and Glen Michael Wilkinson, bride's chosen colors of pink and ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Wilkinsonof lavender-blue were placed at points ky 1 ,1r
Maxville.were united In marriage of interest. ,The tables were drapedin
Saturday, Aug. 25, at 8 p.m. In Clay white lace over pink linen cloths. rum
Hill Baptist Church with Rev. The bride's table held the three- l1"tAtcts
William Hendricks officiating. tiered wedding cake which was aM6 bonus' '(
, The altar was enhanced by arched flanked by floral Arrangements and E cart as :f t
yard
I and .tree candelabras flanked by tapers. Each layer,of the.cake was ? ) ge" a '')1''
i palms and four individual stands topped with an arrangement of pink 94r- I
, and two spiral stands containing tea roses I lavender-blue statice' .
i pots of massive Boston and Florida baby's breathvand ivy and waS sup '
ferns. Arrangements of white ported by crystal pillars Cindy Beth 3
gladiolus, pink chrysanthemums, Moore and Doreen Davis both of :; ;4; .
lavendar-blue l statlce and greenery Starke, cut the cake. '. } r:
were attached to the candelabras. The punch table was centered with \ e
Presenting a program of nuptial a crystal cut-gl lass punch bowl and -w. \... :. 3t
music were Marjorie Lyons, held the bride's attendant's bou
organist and Elise Neale, flutist quets. Serving were Valerie Horner rrr rt W Americans Best Buy m....... 3'' .
both of Keystone Heights anLCharles of Lake Geneva and Tena Hicks of ., tJ'Ie
Pierce of Athens Ga., Hampton sister-in-law of the bride. since 1913 :
soloist Louise Johns c! Clay Hill, aunt of '
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Gllson 11 H.P. yard tractor $1 69895
served as reception ,
Mr Wilkinson attended his son as the groom : --
best man. Ushers were Curt Wilkin- 'director and stood in the receiving complete with 38" deck 9
son, cousin of the groom;of Orlando line. Debbie Grant of Ocala kept the and yard cart valued at $125! Reg. $2,223.95 ..ft '
and Joseph of Orange Park. bride's book. Assisting were Belinda 11 II, p. Briggs& 6trattonIndustrial'Commercial @IfY3
You $5 25! :
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v Debra Orange Park attended Johnson, cousin of the groom, of engine
: her sister as matron of honor. Clay Hill, who cut the groom's cake. e Quick adjusting Mat :t"t4"
Attendants were Donna Mamminoof Following a wedding trip to New C 1teyIDek.Iectrk:alarle J
West Palm Beach and Linda Smyrna Beach the couple is S speed malntonanclr.Peerless tranaaxl '.. h t 1j
Pierce of Athens, Ga. They were at- residing at Clay Hill. 2 year angina,and body warranty t.T' t, 1t
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tired alike In floor' length gowns of The bride graduated from U, of F. 1
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petal pink lace, styled with a softrounding in 1983 with a degree in Bachelor of Sere & :,;, :O;
.. neckline a natural waist Health Science in Occupational : = .'f',;:. Q
',and scalloped hemline. The full Therapy and has been employed I.,,' 1i
gathered elbow-length sleeves also since that time at Emory Rehabilitation i
featured a scalloped hem. They car Center in'Atlanta.The Mr. and Mrs Glen Wilkinson Approx.. $60, per month to qualified buyers
.'ried, modified cascade bouquet of groom graduated from U ofF Available At ,
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white lilies pink roses, lavender. in 1982 with a Bachelor degree in Did You Know...........* Hospital Auxiliary ,I I'

blue statice and foliage. Poultry Management and is Mrs. J.B Bakken was in North 'To:M.et Sept 17 Starke Power Equipment "'
The bride, escorted to the altar by employed with Cargill, Inc in Florida Regional Hospital for ; ,;: ; si.

,. her father and given formal in marriage wedding by Jacksonville. --1 surgery..--. --.. Thursday to Monday. .- Bradford Hospital, Auxiliary will 322 S. Walnut Starke'
her parents wore a hold| its dinner-meeting Monday
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gown on white antique lace over ,night Sept. 17, at 6:30: p.m. at 964-8568 w I
satin. The high necked fitted bodice ; t
featuring a yoke of sheer illusion Western. Steer Steakhouse. DttiibulM by Thiaptn OiM'iUutor, *.IN:. Ba MS T.tlort Co 3114 C.II.9'2.38} 1398 Altnoug"*wyOMMrnMbMnpwioutiynoliiiwXXinit .... ."'.
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The executive board will meet that offer om..na>v .' with off-the-shoulder ruffle, and the To Those morning at 9:30: a.m. in the Hospital doss not,ASScall',i9ii 38!.1396 lot".....,sov'C 91 p/yrWl" gu.M"ititqual ,.. 0s.....t.'..:
'long fitted sleeves, which were *MOCN AI Adv1iftd Dres .y;,
... pointed at the wrist, were accented Library 4'-Alsf, i r
;"with schiffli lace and seed pearls. of You WhoOverlooked "
-i, The skirt which fell from an extended -
'<' waistline featured a deep ruffle of: M': : = =
.:. .schiffli lace and formed the : Notice of Budget Hearing f"I r 'I
;, cathedral train. Her long veil of illu-
'. .' sion was attached to a cap of lace Thank You I
,V medallions and seed pearls mat ,!, The City of Hampton' has tentatively adopted a budget for 198485. A r :

'; ching modified those cascade of her gown.bouquet She of carrieda white Note. public hearing make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES Ott

'... lilies white roses, stephanotis and will be held "? 18 at 7:00 Hall. .
foliages and was attached to a small Last WeekI on. September : p.m. Hampton'City
white satin covered Bible. .I' '


I am deeply grateful for your overwhelmFng ) I'. City of Hampton Proposed'Budget Yrlt

'Tina Brown vote of confidence September 4. For.the Fiscal Year Ending September 3D, 1985..i ..

Coke Party Honoree
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',.; Sept. 22, was honored at a Coke par- ; and I will, always remember that the Of.filce.of0Coun I> .. ;'1." '. .;... "
ty Aug. 18, given by Mrs. Mike Reddish ( I'I I : \ ; '
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Mrs. Dayid Smith, Mrs Buddy you" 'I' ,> o"" ', ,
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.tnon, Mrs..steve : <; .111..11'" Fpore, t tiB f.t ., ; : :,-
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the latter in Connerly Estates. u "i :a'fa, ) ;:: 'II' .j:',Q.. r 5 I Occupational License . .. :'. . .'H .- . ; '. . 460.00
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The dining room table was Thank Again ''
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covered 'with a lace' cloth and you .;. I r Cigarette & Motor Fuel: Tax '; .. t-. t . .. . '' 33,770.00 ,

'centered with a silk floral the arrange-Cokes .i ,t '' y.u, Additional Vx Cent sale tax ,_. rr;' <... << 4 . ;: .;:r; > ? . 7.889.00 ,
ment. In the sunroom i ,
were placed in a punch bowl which Maxie Carter, Jr. : I fines and .Forfeitures '. ., ,, : .. ,. .. ..ViB'. 1./. v.Y; ; . 1500.00 .4i.

was, encircled with summer with greenery flowers.interspersed Your'County Commissioner; ; District 3 Qualifying Fees . . ::''.'\; ;:\ :j l : ..' . r} -.1;

'The hostesses presented the 4' optional gas tax. :: .vl'tf.: '. '. .', .1no' A' 1. tf. . 8400.00 ?

?honoree.book as a with memento a engraved of the occasion.wedding ,P.S. All.campaign signs have been removed 1.691Millage Co..R.E. Tax .r. ', .,".:/..';I.":::v.\l'! .?'<%r't.:, ... ,1929.00, 11t

Approximately 100 guests were invited Road and Bridge fund .S' !,., ; "'rr,,-.;. liji. v A.Y.-.".- .'Ii 327.00
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"",.. Beverage Tax .v. . . . .!:!>,....... ;\ ; ..r f...... '., . .\.-. . 38.00
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.,-.'' Mobile Home License Tax . .:-t} ;./vV.'V.i"; :, :%: ,., ,.th,, ; ; .? . 530.00 i .t

"I." ."'",,.'. 2' Cigarette tax" ? . :in,:,'.'i..4.'. -rv., : .;.. ,7' . 1,837.00 ..u'

DIALING. Miscellaneous Income I .k. \.' Jti\ <";,.f."y.'" .' .>It ,.I', ,...!. ''.. ,.,).,\' J..,.''.. ,.'; .']';;.' /.:.'. ., 750.00' :'
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; Council Salary . .' '. TM. *. ''.;,. ..".' J.j''; 4. '- ''*. *-i.' .. .f-J ,Z $3,000.00' :

I ''l: : : ALL: THE THINGSi Mayor. Salary. ., ?,1.,1, '.. %1''P",._ ",.' ,. .sI.i l.4,. ;;: '; i'--';,.",' .. . . 600.00, !

'.".". 'i\-\' ,', \\1., Clerks Salary ; >v;.,. ..,. . 4\"A-, \" ; ;" ....:i/ii". .. '. ..; . 3600.00

,,t;,,t.1I" "' i" ITIVILL DO .f iw Bookkeeper Salary,,,,(v. '.'1I1.f.. ,.....'. \,'.I i- V1;;?\>.;/,;..',,',, .:f.lil);.' ;'" t . 1800.00
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I f. 11 E(::j? ; ; :Let's Talk l Touch( Callin .Jfr':! .::.. Telephone I Clerk i .".''. \'Att.\ ,, .'.*$I $';'ff1r.'-.L; ...,. .:--rr\-,.: v\;..;('i. '". .'-..1..(..',. . ..' '300'.00IJ '

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;'EngagementsBarbara ..-.. Cyndy.----McCullough.-----"--.-!: '--.w..www rr.wrw rwwr. '';'',, w- :Social SideOf The i News! ': j


Arnold Weeks Jr. Violet '' '
Rising i' Thompson, I.Weddings "' !J
j Club News Gladys Mooty,
ToldMr.
Engagement Earl Kelly Clem
Michael BckEngagement ; Jr. 'Notlcea Social Editor .Receptions
To Wed 15 I .Partiea I J
Told \ and Mrs. Charles D. Mc- Sept. .Churchltems 96!-,7608
I I Cullough of Keystone Heights announce I
Mr. and Mrs. LonnIe Arthur Redding the engagement and approaching Violet Thompson, daughter of Mr. 1
Sr. of Lawtey announce the marriage of their I(and Mrs. Marshall Thompson of
: engagement and approaching marriage daughter, Cyndy Faye, to Arnold 'Starke, and Earl Kelly Oem Jr. Did You Know........... Attentions '
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: of their daughter,Barbara Joe David Weeks, Jr. of Starke, son of Arvin Sweat -- -
i Rising,to Michael Ronald Beck,son Mr. and Mrs. Arnold David Weeks, Starke, will be united in marriage, 1964 BHS Alumni..* :i j
of Mrs. C.J. Beck and the late Mr. Sr. of Pensacola. i Saturday Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. at the Mr. and Mrs.Jack Miller and eon, Mrs. W.H. Thomson Is staying \
: Beck of Starke. Miss McCullough Is a graduate 011| home of the bride's parents, 429> Scott of Jacksonville were Sunday I with her grandson Todd Thomson, It's reunion time and we:need to ,1
The bride-elect is a graduate of Keystone Heights High School. Mr. I Christian Street, with a reception visitors of Mr. and Mrs.. George, I.I In Tallahassee this week while Ms update our address list.'If ybu have
Bradford High School and is I Weeks is a graduate of Florida State i> starting 4 p.m. Miller. patents are In Atlanta. an address of a Bradford High 1
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employed by Bradford County University.They are both employed' All friends and relatives. are In- School 1964 graduate;"'please call
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Clerk'office. by Bradford County Public Library vited to attend. Mr.and Mrs.II.V.Mooty of Orlan- Dr. and Mrs. Greg Reddish of 964-6078 days, or 533-2891 evenings.
I' Mr. Beck is a graduate of Brad- The wedding Is planned for March '\\11",,': do were Saturday visitor of Mrs. Orlando spent the weekend withMn.
ford High School and is employed by 9, 1965. In St. Edward's Catholic I Gladys Mooty. r P.D. Reddish and family. I;'
I ,Ch urch.Starke. I
Dixie.
Winn i i iI
F The wedding is planned for Oct. 19
J In Evergreen Baptist Church,., I :
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Lawtey. ./
rr All friends and relatives are. Invited '
t::;";l:; to attend." AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE f
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Robbin Wadsworth
-: I
Rusty Barrett

To Wad Sept. 15 .

The wedding of Robbin
Wadsworth and Rusty Barrett will }
take place Saturday. Sept 15, at 6.
p.m. at the home oI Mr. and Mrs. i
Harold Crawford at Hampton Lake SEE OUR 6-PACE SALE CIRCULAR FOR MORE SAVINGS THROUGHOUT THE STOREI I
:
with a reception and dance to followat
7 p.m. at the Starke Golf and .1Iilli fI _
Country Club. All friends and' _
f. relatives are invited to attend. .
1.ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES ROLLONANTIPERSPIRANT D
.i Donna Kaye Carter, i s _.
: Robert W. Allan "I S OX.

i To Wed Oct. 13 I 25010 OFF REGULAR 2 FOR/ 1 1Aar

."', Richard Carter of Lawtey and PRICES I
,'>Esther Hall of Starke announce the
:-*-: and .11- .FILLER PAPER'TYPING PAPER Limit 2
engagement approaching mar- >WIREBOUND NOTEBOOKS please b8 fl I '
:triage: of their daughter, Donna
.:*::Kaye,to Robert Wayne Allen,son of : "
;:;;Gordan W.Allen of Raiford and Mrs. MULTI-POSITION I .
*Norma Jean Tetstone of Starke. <
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.< .. The wedding is planned for October *'150swmc. *119.' ......... '8 UWPrtc*.
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13,at 8 p,m. in Northside Baptist .' ,
,
-25 -201lolollnlteb'te ,
.* : MmmRebate" '' 3M.n'ltebte I II'I
: : Church.
All friends and relatives
,..*;are invited to attend. I 123 YcaM '99 Y rnrtae '5 nur Mill COM

:;h The bride-elect is a graduate of CLIPX, REBATE COUPON
::: ::Bradford High School and is :e
::Memployed: by the Bradford County ; 'Reba
D
..'_Library. rite : 25 Mail-In e #1238 Grill

;.Sp- Mr. School graduate of Bradford a '20 Mail-in Rebate #608 Grill
:Z High and Is employed by .

.,:;.:-..;.r;..Hercules, Inc. of Starke. r ,' Pf I a *3 Mall-in Rebate Combl.Lounger

'.--." IPEPOIJ Check proper box and attach register receipt. ,
.'.-.-- w Then Mall to: Eekerd Drug Company .
-'-'- BIG Or GOOD NEWS P.O.BOX NB7 1El
:::r;: DISPOSABLE 1 Paso,TX 79977

..::':..:...:5BERTHSMegan RAZORSVOME N'I''
.- 8-PACK BIC.6-PACK MGULAR FRAGRANCES i You Mutt Mnd: ,
'-- II GOOD NEWT Or 5-PACK PE SI. DIET PEPSI DIAMOND 1 1.This newspaper coupon with proper box checked, ,
.'Z-: 1 VIVOTINOOOODNEwr. $1 OFF or, OUNTAIN DEW ALUMINUM FOIL / 2. Eekerd cash register receipt dated between Sept I
wr YOU 3-LirtR 1="H2S- 11th and 16th, 1984. k i
CHOICI 1 3. Name and Address on 3"x 3" sheet of .
paper.
$ Limit 2please
-u. $1 'While 'REGULAR PRICE / ,.-i Envelope must be postmarked by Sept.26U1984
'.- Megan Marie.Huff. I' last quantities OVER OF ANY 5.00 FRACRANCrITEM or MORE : ,.r ;, ROLLIi, ,i timit'f-0f 0 "perperson/household oraddress,, r- ,: urr

:,,*:; Mr. and Mrs. Huff of
Jay Lawtey CLIP;*, MAIL IN REBATE COUPON
=\S announce the birth of a daughter, -
*-".Megan Marie, born Sept. 1 inC i
;:: ::'Jacksonville. She joins' a sister, j ;
; 'Tessa. and a brother, Chad. CZD SHOP & wN :
;:-i*:. Maternal grandmother is Martha Ilr '
'.'::'.: Potts of Marion, Ohio. Maternal CDD tTAVEB ANYONE'S j
,
'
I :: great grandmother is Louvonna Holt j NuT '
T:;;'C:"-of Bloomville, Ohio. t TAVERN AD AT -SB11EVEREADY
;: v Paternal grandparents are John !I NUTS
;.-'"";;Huff of Acme, Pa. and Fern Huff of CD!:) -- GALAXY 12"OSCILLATING ECKERD.TM.
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jr Youngwood, Pa. Paternal great 5-AC/ixPORTAeu
..'X; .grandparents are Mr.and Mrs.Cecil, NON-ASPIRIN FAN We meet alt locally BLACK*WHITE
.::.:;:5-::Huff of Dawson, Pa. II PAIN RELIEF PLANTERS 9 SPUDS nso advertised prices TELEVISION GENERAL
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.. 100 TABLBTS
TMK eonotReass.os
-- TAVERN NUTS $20
+;:.,;.;..;... Jennifer Lynn Meier 115-01. $ Sale Price' on Identical a PURPOSEBATTERIES-rMCK"C""D"or"AA.aMCKSVOtT .
2/$3 I
$87
S merchandise.
,,. .
Mr.and Mrs.Donald E.Meier,Jr. I 24 Mall In Rebate Bring In current
:.:' :;of Starke, announce the birth of a4V Compare to Tylenol. $15 0 crates In car or boat. $1
daughter,Jennifer Lynn, born Sept. i Your Final Cost ads & seen ,S",diagonal measure
;::: 5 in Shand's Hospital Gainesville. t--
rMaternal grandparents are Mr. .fA
Jj and Mrs.. Eugene McClellan of POLYVI-SOL
3Brooker.: Paternal grandparents are II I CIRCUS SHAPED L'EGGS STRIKE FLEA
KeMr. and I.\'W'\:' )(!) I SHEER
f. ,, Mrs. Donald Meier, Sr. % CHEWABLEVITAMINS ELEGANCE ENDER MEN'S Or U.'EF.' .
; 0 QNTA I ..w+_ COLOR COLLECTION lijiI .twuae-or. FOLDINGUMBRELLAS
items of Interest with IRON (.:J4I PANTYHOSE ] :SPRAY =
II CONTAC CAPSULES or 100TASIITS ZINC '" ...*.to..* ....s."...
&*, 3$7STACKING PALMOLIVE GOLD VOURCHOKS tff*
;::t:Eastern StarSupper $2 ilex,tO 2 please' I $6 / BATH-SIZE SOAP 2/$7 + I
.Jill 4.7'sos.ARS $4
::;t Sept. 15 4 .., y .. -"--. l ,.
SUAVE SHAMPOO 4/$1' 1 I
;w.' Starke Chapter, No. 224, Order of j or CONDITIONER BAUSCH ft LOMB
...ilS: :::the Eastern Star, will have a 15-OZ. DISINFECTINGSOLUTION / t rrscA_ ._,
SjCt:::: covered dish supper Saturday,Sept. AJ STORAGE MEGUAIR'S '.
Eu
;p. 15, at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. p si 1:-os BINS. VANISHAUTOMATIC TRIGGER WASH '+ :
All Masons CAR MR..COFFER
and their families are "' WASH
:': Invited to attend. Limit 2 please $3 1 BOWL COFFEEMAKER
.:-., tQ ( ((1 'ti' CLEANER "CM-12
.;:;=-;: 'BRUT. 33 H-OI. $3. '20 r.:. '4,:
E' Lunch Bunch |,I' "" SPLASHONLOTION .*5 M.e.'.1ft..
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|g To Meet Friday 7-OZ. '15.=- "11 l

Cv? The Lunch Bunch will hold its $ "BORN FREE"MOLDCO 21-INCH
,"".:5 covered dish lunch on Friday, Sept WET'N WILDLIPSTICK ,SQUARE 'h 1 :t
GLADE !
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;14, at la noon at the First TRASH' CAN AIR 'tC.tulfu'wL ua
FRESHENER '
r Presbyterian 32-CA1LOM SHIIJIHBRSHBY'S
Church. JOHNSON'S ;
: Father Loe of St Marks church BABY or NAIL Rs.tssr 7-Oi SPRAY ZO PACE I"I''
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fig;will be the speaker... POWDER 9 'a. ;ENAMEL ....1.a ALBUM C
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j Douglass Reunion' 2 ; .2$1AQUAFRESH $1 2/% .t i

&Sjjj Sunday Sept. 16 = :

All family members and friends NATURE MADE CLOSE-UP Of OLYMPIC KOROITE TRASH KITCHEN BAGS KODAK DISC ,!
are Invited to attend f1 4100 CAMERA
the annual OYSTER ISOORetH. :
SHELL
Douglass Reunion to be held at TOOTHPASTE 020.28-GAL: [
.. Lake Butler Recreation Center, by CALCIUM 84-01 COMM .19.33-CAU KorditeKordite ,
the lake,Sunday,Sept.1S. Registra- WltH VITAMIN OSOTTUOP10O 'n 31.** 10,It-CAL. I II
222. tion begins, at 10 a.m., business / Built-in .t
J meeting at noon. A picnic lunch will $2 2/$5 KISSfS electronic II
z be served following the business, quantities, r .
last l.AJIOI r'KA.Sn A a3.ses.1 eE+ flash :i
feS meeting so please bring a covered I I

=dish.Skiing and swimming will be I. "\,
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DAV When you/re serious about 35mm OHN DAII.Y 9 te ...SUNDAY' to e; StIle ': I'
= Chester
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$1"0*...-* MMt'Sept.IJ.. ,: : t. J t f/ZJ/ I .; '\ B 3') : ;i i iIt

$,,a?,".sod AH all members Disabled and Veterans their families,, II It .. 4 BrMtfordSq.' Sh.. "_-.& .. '\ g :.L,,: "' ''ifA .'" ;. ,:.
**** to attend the mart ,PHOTO PROCESSING ELlri ., ..e,1 : r/4Jt; r .. .' 10,. ....,
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September.., .... TELEGRAPH P...'AII
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'. Mr. and Mn. Gene Norman, Mr. and Mrs Brad Carter and son Duplicate Bridge Club results,
II and Mra. Ed Grove, Mr. and Mrs. of Arcadia have spent the past two Tuesday night.Sept 4,at Hi tables
I Mi*. Luctl Green was medical I' Nook Norman Mrs. Annie Kelly weeks with his parents, Mr. and were: first.Alinelkewr and Yvonne ,
At New River Baptist Church 'Hospital North Florida Regional' : Mrs. Gonleve Redding and Mrs. Mrs Maria Carter Jr.. Mr. and Reichmann; second i Jack and :
: Friday to Wfldneoday.t Ethel demons .attended the gospel I Mn. Keith Carter and son of St. Louise Burnett thud- Charlie and
t :| at Southslde Church In Petersburg Joined the family over Betty Riddle 'fourth Mike andI
sing
On writertranslatoriand Baptist
Sunday church-planter
Sept. 10 the Mable
New I
River Baptist Church of Brooker teacher wile Evelyn was a,, )I Mike King of Leesburg pent last Gainesville Saturday nightMn. the weekend.: I Fickle.
called Randall E. Maycumber to be I teacher, school administrator and. week with his mother Mrs.
Its new pastor. Director of a Brazil-American. 1 Gloria King,and they visited Misses Ida Shaw Mrs. Ruth Merita
and Virdlelee King in Tilton and Mrs. Marjorie Thomson returned -
Rev. Maycumber comes to the I Cultural Center whose main thrust' May.
New River area from an/extensive was that of teaching the English) Ga. on Wednesday to Friday. last Friday from two weeks sightseeing '.
"background hi both Christian work I language to Brazilians. tour up the East coast to o ABS LUTE .. :t"C' F

and ministry as well as what Is often I' In addition to earning a BA at Mr. and Mn, Douglas Reddish of Mary land,.New Jersey,Long Island V ,e 'r' .qQfov'
misunderstood as "secularendeavors. i' Bryan College and a Master of"Divinity Tallahassee spent the weekend with ..
He has served as a child at Grace Schools in In- their parent, Mr. and Mn. Drew' soaotyH ..... "1'1'.
welfare case worker in Dayton. curia. Rev. Maycumber'has doneselective Reddish In Starke,and Mr.and Mrs. I. 'Mrs. Lou Roy.ter'.f'' North :' :
Ohio;* Executive Secretary of the work at Tennessee Temple! J.C. Wynn In Keystone Heists.Mra. Augusta, S.C. spent the weekend, .
Northwest Branch of the Schools and.Florida Atlantic in Boca> I w w
YMCA in : with Mr. and Iln./Drew Reddish i 0)
Orlando and, as a teacher Raton. .'Margaret Jackson returned : and visited her mother Mrs Mamto H
,
characterize
The
counsellor Correctional In System.the Florida Juvenile their ministry Maycuhiber's*, Bible-centered, ,Wednesday of last week after two Lou Edwards in Bradford Hospitali South ofPaiatka
Rick Off D
weeks visit with Mr.and Mn. Just
and who
Pastor evangelistic youth-oriented
Maycumber began his
Jackson and family In Chattanooga,
preaching ministry in college In seeks to relate traditional values to>
Dayton. Tenn., In the early 195O present day issues. Tenn. I The artery connecting the St. Johns River with Crescent Lake
Since that time.,,he has served In six Mrs.Maycumber Is a native Florl-1, also access to Lake George and Lake Ocklaw "ha
churches In Tennessee Indiana, dian having grown up In Orlando; ...
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Ohio and Florida. whereas Randy who was reared on Hampton Hilites
I Randy and Evelyn who I.I Is an Ohio dairy farm has never gotten I
employed by the Bradford County very far away from the grass roots, '
I Board, of Education as a Reading down-to-Earth approach to life. by Dolores Meng 1 i Friends are glad to have Wilma+ ONLY $800.00 PMT. {WATERFRONT!
I Specialist, served for a number of The public Is cordially invited too. .phone 468-1.15 .Jean! back home, especially those at faOkSg.., ONLY $500.00 DOWN PMT.ACCESS LOT
attend services at the church located \
missionaries | does
yean as In the Amazon I Bradford,Hospital where she "
delta* region of Brazil. Their just Lake off 235 south of SR 100 east of t Bookmobile.: .. I'extensive volunteer work,also at the 1g e\\8 10 YRS at 12% Interest! I' LOT *
Lou Ann Telles, is mar Butler. Keystone Heights-Meirose
The Bradford County Bookmobile '
dater Brazilian and they are the Morning Worship: ,10:45: a.m.; .serves the Hampton area every American Legion Auxiliary. I "BINDER' ;1/2of,Down'Payment or $500.00 (whichever is greater).

.parents of three children. : Evening service: 7:30 p.m.; and j) ,Tuesday from 12:30 ill 2:30: at the, LOCATION: 2 miles South of San Mateo on, Hwy 1 17. $turn east On,
Rev. Maycumber worked. as ai, Mid-Week (Wed.), services: 8 p.m. Office .
; Poet parking lot. : Horsolanding Rood, follow auction slgnl.I .
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Bloodmobile Sept.' Birthdays... I INSPECTION: your leisure. Salesmen on site from. 9 am day. of
Union' P.B.. Church Today, Sept. 13, Is the time area I Sept. 1 Andy Hall and E.W. I auction. '
I St. Edward's N. .ws... i residents donate, blood.in the Hodges; Sept 2, Scott Clark, Mary i I,
Special S.rvlcos Set may ,
Ann Parmenter Truett
.. : name of family or friends or anyone I Land Angela ; SAVE BrIng this' ad and receive S extra)'lck l* lei'( our
if |Sept. 4, Fred Peeples and Dottie CLIP AD and -..
'A Members Attend RENEW Meeting in need. The Civitan Bloodmobile mis WIN UP TO$5.000" FREE CASH DRAWNO.n. / .
Union Primitive Baptist Church will be available at the Starke ,Roberts; Sept. 5 Leslie Brown, Thlt I I li Me only I nolle
.C233 west of Hwy 16 near Starke,wilihold The founder of the RENEW Program Chamber of Commerce building until 'Tanya Nichols and Debbie Roberts; '
;, .their annual Communion and 1 Msgr.:.Thomas Kleissler, and 8 p.m. Sept. 6, Donna Peeples Sept. 7, I'' BEN CAMPEN AUCTIONEERS
(Foot? Washing Meeting Thursday Eileen Dumaha, of the National) ,Cassie Carter;Sept.9,Terr Kcnnan '' Lie
night through Sunday morning, .. and Melissa ,,For Mow Info: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA "eal I
RENEW staff from Newark N.J. Recuperating. ,, Payne; Sept. 11, Amanda -
EuanBroHW
Sept;; 13-16, with services also being, conducted RENEW meeting held'at Donny Lott returned home last Meng and Tammy Rhoden; Sept. TOLhLaa In FL 1-800-432-roeS Other,st 1aCQ.ar4-6817; : ,
:held' Saturday' morning.. Elder the Gainesville St. Augustine Student and 13, Shawn Muse and Laurel Sanford. ,
after
week hospitalization
Ronald Lowrance will be the ,
guest
,speaker. Center on Wed. evening, Sept.. surgery at' Alachua General,

Everyone is welcome to come wor'Shitith -' 15. Hospital in Gainesville
Rev, Father John Gillespie, St. :
Mrs. Belle Brown remains
the church. Elder James i
i welcomed '
Augustine pastor,
; _Jr.: ,. I I parishioners of the Gainesville hospitalized Inc. in Starke.at Bradford Hospital, t f,
Deanery attending the meeting.
;' Mrs. Margaret McCully of Orange Home Again...
?linda Cox Curry Park who is the Director of RENEWIn returned
\. Mr. and Mrs. Red Terry ,,
rR.c.iv.s the St. Augustine Diocese also ad- i
Deg.. .home last week following, one
dressed the .
oj assembly.The relatives
': 1ihda: Cox Curry,'a 1961 graduate! RENEW Sign-Up all Sunday;:is month's and friends vacation in Columbus visiting Ohio. O' d'
for 16 In of the
:of i Bradford High School, received f set Sept parishes While In Columbus, Wllmafean at-
her Doctor of Philosophy degree St.Those Augustine Diocese.St. Edward'sCatholic tended the wedding and reception of ,, ,
(from North Texas State University representing Church at this meetingwere her granddaughter, KImberly Mat- I
Aug. 18 in Denton, Texas. Linda I William Allen lesion to Larry Perry at St. Mary's
received her Bachelor of Science In Marchese Catholic Church on Aug. 18.
Jones Elols Jones Wallace McNel-
Nursing and Masters In Nursing I Coeroilerup Francis andDolores On Aug. 12, she,attended baptismal -
.from the University of Florida in'' ly ceremonies for her great orb114iItgt'm
Gainesville. Meng." granddaughter; Amber Walker, at
of Texas Christian University; Harris -
College of Nursing' Ft. Worth,
'Texas,since 1976,where she Is assistant -
professor of nursing. Her
.
,clinical specialty la maternal-child
nursing. Her doctorate degree is In
,. higher education administration.
Mrs. Curry's dissertation concerned
factors associated with the retention w
f?nursing students baccalaureate! w
:* nursing education .
J Mrs.Curry is the OI'Mrs.Lola .
j Cox of Starke and the late Eddie
,, Lee-Cox. Mrs. Cox and Rosa Moore
Mrs. Curry's aunt, attended the I
; graduation, and visited with Linda, 1 ,
I her husband Richard, and daughter I r %
Melanie!! for three weeks hi. Ft. rl PRO 3700 BOW' AW, ,

'.. Worth,:Texas:. I l BUILT FOR THE TOUGH JOBS., .. 11.50

Did You'Know.......... \ 6 Month

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,; !i Stephen Hall of Orlando spent the
\*,1 past week with his parents,Mr. and r r1 "
Mrs. Rodney Hall In Tberessa, and I '
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.O.. 12 550 %
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Dansby in Starke. : ee .

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;! Herbert Thomas,.Mrs. Lloyd Wike Effective AnnuAl YIeld .
.' and Mn. Jara. Blackshear attended '
'' the Founders Day Luncheon FrI- With the features professionals dema nd: .
"',. day given by the President's Council 13 INCH reversible bow .

"'" of Duval County United Daughters '.- POWERFUL 3.7 c.u. In. engine Reg. $57999 12 J.70/c, '12.00..:,
:I I of the Confederacy in Jacksonville. COUNTERVIBE system cuts
LI. Vibration by 7oKAUTOMATIC jumpwndd llrlly
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i. chain oiling system *37998V ;. > 1l- Year .
\; Rev, and Mrs.) Jack M, Flynn,] SUPER QUIET,front mounted takcthe AnnuAl Yield
;* former residents of stoke are now'I spark arresting muffler ,. '
livln Jacksonville where he Is they V j
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I A shaken Bradford bunch faces one: 6-2," 225, and TE Shawn Brown, 6-0, .
i 'of Keystone High's best football 195.KHS
;teams ever this Friday nlghtSept.14, is tough over-all but runs 5 ,
on. its home field. nothing fancy, says Coach Hurse. It's I II IIu
KHS opened last week with a one- just hard-nosed football Hurse says.
sided 37-0 win over Crescent City Neither squad has a lot of team
:winless last season.Playing Bradlor'd'will speed. .
be a bigger test, but the Indians
:shut out the Tornadoes 21-0 in Tornado Chances...?
:Keystone Heights last season. Does the Big Red stand a chance
The Indian offensive line averages when outsized like this? -
.over six feet tall and some 210 pounds Yes, IF the Tornadoes can run nAn. 5" 4 Y
'per man. The defense is smaller but against the big Indian eleven. 41' 4 y VttiY
<:quicker. Only Greg Garrison, 6-6 and Seven BUS players were in the -L }J.
'::195, tight end and defensive end goes whirlpool Tuesday morning, limber.
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'; Indian quarterback is junior.Keith Starting quarterback Frank Long, z
,'Kehoe, 5-11,165, who played for Brad- sidelined last week with a wrist injured .
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:;:range passer and a good ball handler. by John David Francis. Long is tion... Apostolic Truth
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Running back Gerald Brown,no. 30, Quarterback John David Francis N.E. 2nd S:., lawtvy, Florida I If
is out for the season with a cracked hands off to running. back Gerald' _u.ss w.wym.7aI._ ....#
:= Game Facts... ankle. And running back Tony Davis, Brown In a Tornado running play In I Sunday Morning .fttM 10 AM PM ., \
:- Bradford School 33, is still hampered by badly which It looks like unblocked Sunday Ivwilna Warship _
: Place High no. a Baker i Thuraday Worship l :30 PM rOil'' \
:stadium in Starke. bruised leg. John David Francis had defenders are closing in. The'Tar- Pr.. Horn 81.... Stu I II
.:;. When Friday 8 p.m. his bell rung last week, but is ready to nadoes had some good running ACTS 21'. SALAVATION '
: Series History KHS won 31-0 in plays, completed some passes but Com Worship With U*
:>1983 In Keystone Heights in the first go.The injuries leave the running bogged down at the Baker: 25 yard
::meeting ever of the two teams. This chores to running back Clinton line, I am .deeply grateful to .you, all, the Citizens
;:will be the first time KHS has played Jenkins no. 31, and fullback Barry Frank Long.slated to be the starting STARKE
:.in. Starke. 'Warren. Neither was counted on to be quarterback until hurting his CHURCH OF GOD of Bradford County, for your: vote 'and cork
a first offensive at the left wrist In the
string player jamboree is slatedto
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-: Griffis. a 5-11 165 junior who runs High. Walter F. Monte, Pastor '
:=; hard and likes to cut outside. Running back Gerald Brown Is We Invite you to worship with us. County Commissioner in District ,1. ,
: : KHS plays excited and aggressive See KHHS..P.9A probably out foi-the season with a ATTENDED NURSERT .
: football, according to the BHS scouts. cracked ankle received when one Sunday Schirt. . .. . 10 '.w. t
'::'The: offense is Head straight Tornado forward David and Baker defender hit him high. MonrtmWsrtNd . . . .ii a... I will continue to, be accessible 'and respon-
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Unable to mount a sustained scor' -nadoes'against Baker because of the times for good yardage, but simply ,PA-PC-PI 77-M-O '.-.-2 line for. gains of 8, 12, 12, and 11 the :
ing drive, Tornado grldders bowed injury to the left wrist of starting were unable to mount a consistent .Punts S-40.A 321.3Fumbles yards.Then :
Lost 0 1 from the Baker 49, running OTC ,
12-3 to Baker High in the season quarterback Frank Long, and drive once they approached. the
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in coaches wondered before the Baker 25 yard line.Bakotr. .Penalties J/J5 3/25 back Gerald Brown was stopped Call Bob Barker
opener nlllhU.J.'j Macclenny last Friday if playing full time would affect game ,' ", .. . . ." .. ' after Just a yard up the middle by I
&opi offenses were Francis' kicking. i'o a''VtBradford .. it Is the second: straight i loss to Baker nose guard Mark Belford. On I .
Baker spotty uncer The Baker defense simply lined 0300 tr. Baker for the Tornadoes, who are i second down QB John David Francis B nder.RobInson &Co..InC.
tain. the up
the fain( helped got by big stopping breaks.just Even at and came at the Tornado offense, . .... .... . .. . . .i...,. currently having their troubles with passed complete .to fullback Barry --
time. chasing Francis deep on his passing Brad Baker ,,their traditional opening game rival. warren, but was chased deep and
game The Tornadoes fell 21-7 to Baker in threw under On 3rd and 3 All 1-300-432-33-42
,;; TWo mistakes by the Tornado attempts. Francis completed 13 First Downs 11 pressure. Florida
defense spelled the difference passes and the Tornadoes broke the Yds Rushing f9 14* 1983. In 1982 John David Francis the Tornadoes dropped the footballbut
in thegame.
A passed tipped by Tornado seams of the Baker rush several Yds Passing .7 101 kicked a last minute field goal for. a recovered. On 4th down,Francis I
Tornado win.Tornadoes. punted 43 yards,into the Baker end-
defenders into the hands of a Wildcat .w....... ... zone.
receiver put Baker up e-3 In the third :r 1 Struggle...
quarter. Then the Tornado defense
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with 1:15 remaining in the game, opening Tornado went from their (See Tornadoes..P.IOA)
allowing Baker speed merchant An- own 20 from where junior running
thony,Wldemond to get behind the back Clinton Jenkins ran throughbig .

Bradford secondary, to make it 12-3. ':holes made.. by the Bradford front- ... ... ..-. _A\illll .1'/1 ...,
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beaten by a broken yard marker. On 11
a game-opening drive the Big Red,
machine drove for four first downson If home
successive running plays of 8, 12, 1 I your
12, and 11 yards. But official time 7 e t i n is destroyed,
was called when Baker's brand new THANK afford
yard marking outfit broke. The can you '
drive fizzled when play resumed. to rebuild?
The Tornadoes hovered aroundthe ,
Baker 25 yard line three times. i
Their three points came on a 27 yard ..1 41U 1 With.Valu-Riw from
field goal by John David Francis ,,, : The I lartford you fan
just before the half wI YOU 1. ". If your home is destroyed
Francis missed two other field 11 Valu Riw' full
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goal attempts from about the same Y .>; ;( : ,'" .. value replacement feature
distance. The kicking specialist had 1 "'!"< III'yi full
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Problems plagued the Tornadoes against Baker. The linemen didn't home lo
BHS.1 Is using a split-40 defense. The have their blocking assignments down. The players had a hard time cor. : ,
four down linemen will be Lonnie reitly relaying plays called by Head Coach David Hurse to the quarterback sincerely The Hartford's Valu-
Hamilton, Jamie Whitehead, Donald ,and often lined up In the wrong place,Hurse and Coach Mike Sexton Rite' priKectfori for.
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show their concern, above. appreciatethe homeand. yoiir'''
Thornton and Ron Brown. The inside you ,
linebackers, plugging the hole in the -- peace of mind,
middle, are Mike Early and Craig -- opportunity you have given me Don't make fllc..elsion.un -
Falstreaux. Drop end on the strong THANK YOUI ,. l14?n1 'nyn.; r:$
aide ,will be Mike,Chappel. Rover to serve as. your Superintendent of insur.LflCe Widxtut! :1 .
back will be,Greg Jackson..Corner-
backs will be Tony Diggs and Andy I wish to thank the, people Who voted Schools. This position of trust and I quote I from us.: "
Nguyen. Safety will be Frank Long. '

go Most two of the Tornado players must I and supported me in my bid for a County service to you and your young people i HODGESInsurance I ; ,

ton\ Coach feel Nurse Tornadoes and Coach:played Mike good Sex- Commissioner Seat Dist.. 1 in the is an investment that I will be ,Agency

big defensive plays, in football losing,12-3 except to Baker for the High.two | Setpember 4 Primary. I'll forever be mindful 1 of each day. The kindnessand ,964.4571'' '

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Outstanding defensive linemen in the '
Baker game were Lonnie Hamilton j grateful. hospitality shown to me and 101A Edwards Road
with 8 tackles and 2 assits, and Jamie
Whitehead who 5 tackles. Barry War family during the campaign : TO.lFE'. MOBILE HOMES.,
ren also had 6 tackles and 2 assists, my HOMEOWNERS
Craig Falstreaux 3 tackles and 2 Thanks !
assists. i Again' I was also deeply appreciated.Jim I
The coaches feel the Big Red II
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drive?
Offensive starters for the Tor- Mitchell Brownfe" ; PjMO, KXITICAl ADVERTISlWINt,
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although QB Francis completed one ford offense back in business in good 607 IS.
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With 5:40: remaining in the second
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first downs. The drive was finally 89
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Baker fullbackLeo yards of the line of scrimmage. Turkey Wings,
up quickly to stop stalled there, too.Francis'field BOILED
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Gerald Brown Intercepted a '
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Church Grace United Activities.Methodist.. Church 3-PIECE PLACE SEITING-;:

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Saturday 40 people night.present :Everyone had than a ..' \ ':" '
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good time. j ''. .
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Mrs. O.J. Anders, her daughterMrs. \ 'EE! ''
Pauline O'Toolet and her ,.
daughter,Miss CherI Redgrave; Mr. ; .,j.,; .
Jenkins of Billiard m I
and Mrs.Johnny ,. U \ \
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and rr
Anders
and Mr. and Mrs. Billy ,:"
family of Starke were guests at a ,. '0
cookout at the home of Mr.and Mrs. :.tP.;'

James Sept.3.Anders and family Monday, ', With One Filled Card .:,::

weeks Mrs.LonnieTeswns with her mother,Mrs.ntthree Wordie .(40 Bonus Certificates) "' 'J '

Melton, of Ocoee, and she also ;.
visited her brother, Lloyd Harris, Start 3-Piece Set Includes: Dinner ,Plate Cup Saucer ",U
your
time in
who is spending some
Veteran's Hospital,Tampa,before a newcollectlon PRICES &COUPONS EFFECTIVE ,-"' L
gall bladder operation there. today' !Build' a THURS.,SEPT. 13 THRU WED..SEPT.
Miss Chris Dobbs spent her weeks ( 19. 1964.WE REDEEM FEDERAL '
vacation with her brother-in-law and, complete servIce'' FOOD STAMPS. GROCERY'

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson :, for eight, twelve i

and family last week.. \J( .}' "n ormorewith \
Barbara Harris was a Saturday

overnight and Sunday guest of 5- .,!= ? ..' 1 : 1'c( our plan! BannerBathroom
Kristlna Brantley and her parents, f.. ."
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch. She at- / Market Style
'' Tissue
tended church services with them at ( ;t"A\: \ : ): : .
Grace Baptist Church on Sunday. Sliced .
Mrs. Lonnie Teston's grandson I -:: '/i"i '.'"' Bacon WHITE OR ASSORTED ::,;:,

DeWayne Mosley, and son-in-law or f
Charley Mosley, is to have surgery. ./ 1 '! ,.
He is to donate his kidney to his : > 791; 'o i;
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father-in-law,Charley Mosley,Sept. \ r--:' 0 3LBAVQ gg :.'t

18.Mrs.Our prayers Sandy are Gustafson for both of them.and ,' : '" : PKG. ROLI ',! ''

daughters Kris and Anna, spent ._'v, : LB LIMT -1"WITH A$10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER '.. ".i ".

Sunday with her parents, Mr. and L ". "' \\'. .". ,. LIMIT-2 PI GS. WITH A 10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER BOTTLE (:.." 1'Itl t/f(!' .
Mrs. Bill Dobbs and sister,Chris. C to \ 'r, :"<" : '. ''' : ''" .
.,; ; Waffle 79rr
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Ginger Laymon and Pauline, ... ". Alaga Syrup . .oz' ... '//1\1" ; .
TENDS TASTY
David and Angie DeVore took an ex- ;, .N" ..., 0'i; '
tended Labor Day weekend and Y"'. ___ d., ...;J.1ii. ...' SELECTEI i SLICEDBeef SHENANDOAH "t, h'
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toured New Orleans. The trip con- : Apple Juice . ...++u.r'ut; :".19ty. .J ,
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sisted of visits to the Worlds Fair '-.... :
Bourbon Street,Jackson Square andthe BUCKET -.1./\'
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Garden District. Also a horse / Liver. I.6 SLICE LB Paradise Olives ." \ ', 'am02 .6fD. .n'.. :: :ti i: ;

and carriage tour of the French ', PKG.' ALL FLAVORS ,,\...;., .'..,;\{:.,.." 1\'t" .'
Quarter and a cruise down the .
Mississippi on the Natchez steam- LEAN MEATYTOP.QUALJTY Franks Sodas. 'It:"'"zaa2r,.'W,u Ir.69 :" .r? '
boat. MR.TURKEY tfflf "S feCountiySfyle9 ''h .
David DeVore and Teresa Patterson u\l\ .
Ground Turkey Ls.89 AsP <<':
attended the Florida/LSU gameat
OLD TOWNE '
Florida Field on Saturday.Phil HiDriPaper 1" ..
Eunice of Lake City visitedhis Pure Pork . . . .. u>,,99 Por Ribs LB "FAMILYSIZEPKG. .': c:
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold HORMEL BLACK LABEL : ',w

Eunice on Sunday afternoon. Sliced Bacon . PRa 1.99 -- Towels2l- .. .,
Mrs.Geneva Redding of Wildwood U.S.DA '
TOP
NEAPOLITAN REAL ITALIAN CHOICE :: ,. .
visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Fri .1
day afternoon. Dinner Sausage . PKO. 1.79 BonelessCALIFORNIA tx;]

_, to report that Mrs. COOKED BREADED FAMILY SIZE PKO. :.' .
.WeWilkinson $189 '
JUST HEAT SERVE
was able to attend 74
church services on Sunday morning., On-Cor Meat Patties. .u 1 .19 sa., FT. & ;I....
Our prayers are with her. FROZEN Roasts "':

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Denmark of Tysons Chicken Uvers 3 ::a 1.00 : I ; r L' :. :
Starke came and took their grand- ; ,' '
mother, Mrs. Lois Carter out to LEAN TENDERSirloin FAMtl.V USDA TOP CHOICE ''" --;/.''"': < '' .
J\ () .
I Pork Chops u.1.39 PANTff'lPfUDI-.SMOOTH < "
lunch on Sunday.Mrs. SBE .1J 'If,
Ralph Futch and daughter FRIED BonelessCALIFORNIA $99 Peanut Butter . . I i aaa .k.}:;.;,
2La
Kristin Brantley and Barbara Harris Sea Star Fish Cakes PKQ, 1.99 \'
.VIOH t '
GRAPE : ; ::; r .
were Sunday dinner guests of CELLO WRAPPED FROZEN FAMILV' FRUTT UNcHIEMONA04OR/hNnE* ut; ""' ,; 1 ? .: "

Willie Mrs. Futch's Green.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Turbot Fish Fillets . La1.69 Steaks LB SIZEPKO. Drink: Mixes '=V;:' .\.:. .;. a.oz 1.29FRENCH. ." '.:
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Julius Eunice of Starke was a Sun .ITALIAN Oft tODD ISLE! ?,. "
day dinner guest of his parents, Mr. Wishbone SaladDt.sslng1OOZ .
and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Boneless .89't
U.S.D.A. $139 t
Mrs.Geneva Redding of Wildwood REO.'NO SALT OR DIP FLAVORS .

visited Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Chuck TOP Potato Chips . 5Ol / ...
on Friday evening. Roast CHOICE ;

Henry Hodges'and daughter LB .
Sarah, and Jerry Glance and son .
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Lee of Palatka attended the stock -
I BAKERY
car races at Columbia County .. \ .
Speedway at Lake City on Saturday Basreeeeel8fao 1
t. PANTRY PRIDE

Mrs. Laura Mae 'Taylor of IN STORE DELI/BAKERY DAIRY/DELI FrenchStlck, Bread LOAVES 102 1.00. \'.t
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Rossie .
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1 AAA FAMOUS
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Reddish Sunday, 2. '
Sept.
Mrs... George Shuford and her STORE SLICED HALF POUND BREAKSTONE'S Onion or Kaiser Rolfs PAK, .9., '. l' .
mother, Mrs. Lois Carter, visited
SmokedCountry SourCream. .. 202 1.59 f;
Mr and Mrs. Ovid Denmark.and 0\ CUP 'r: 'i
Mrs.Agnes Basford on Saturday.Mrs. Pantry Pride
;
David Kelly and sons Justin Style $159' C I1I4e I .e-......-.I S&M.391LB > S i
and Brannon spent the weekend with' Ham AUVAMETCS King Size Bread .
her parents Mr. and Mrs. EarlTroxell <
while her Axelrod's Yogurt . CUP *W 2 \..
husband was In "
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ASaOMTED .1 .
Camp Mrs.Blanding.Carolyn King and daughters OLD FASHION aaR.ua King's Dips '. '. . CUPS .59 371 ''I.. : '
Stephany and Tiffany visited her Bologna .nUl . PaD .99 2OOZ .; .

parents,Mr.and Mrs.B.L.WUklson TANOY STORE SLICED ORIDAGOLD' .. LOAVES ; :. ..
Jr., and her brother-in-law and Provolone Cheese. ro 1.69 10Q"/. PURE HALF GAL ctM. "" \ '
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.sister, Mr.and Mrs. Jim McCarley. MAOeWrmCRABMEAT' '" -

Jr.Mrs.on Haze Wilkison of Live Oak Neptune Sated ... .I'O oP 1.99' Valencia .' :. : .. :'

visited her daughter-in-law, Mrs. OOUNTRY PWOC MOT s ePevoR REO. Orange I $15'9' I

B.L.Veteran's Wilkison Hospital ST. ,They in Lake went City to Fried Chicken .'\.,. ', PeaL99 Juic ',, : Set Your;' Table l Wjt'C ': } .

Saturday morning to see her son,. Catfish Dinner\ .;"a* 1.99 Elegant! [ h I" I
... .1war
Hubert WllkUon. Our prayers are FRESH BAKEDDinner : .. ; .;. ;: I' : i
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with him. They went to Suwannee .
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oils. I .. ooz. .89 Oscar Mayer OZPKG. + a : "a.Nrwerohld hr' aww 1
Cove : ,
Restaurant and had P .
and supper FMSH BAKED.: SLICED rae..rne.-..... aMrh 1l.. ....:=t.=jj.
met Mr.
and Mrs. Donald -
t Wilkison. Jr, and Mrs. Donald Croissants" t . .,.21.98 Cotto er1plnt/. .":', ..:="' :.:-"nnr.h.hrr..e.ewi. -*1",
Wilkison.Sr.came home with them. LEMON IUPfIIME 'II ..> 11' ca- ...gkaYq r*koA / ... .A I"; a.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry; Norman. Layer Cake SalamiMEAT 1 MdIW...... atdn qN ay..... w .p.>RA (
!? visited their . ..2.99ONE '::= ca ... ..,ft-
and niece
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nephew Mr. : OR,BW ,. ,.' aN..rhw I-- I
v, and Mra. Joey Starling sod Ashley; :;; }t'" \ w w.Nq,_ 'm. f
.In Kannapolls N.C. They also 'FRESH SW'TUnKIY .,. .. ,
1+ visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Shin in, BAKED Ttaak p'9.16 ,...... .
Week's '
Concord N.C ,Jumb ,JUMBO MCATLykee ,+; HI \ : This Featu" I''

During( the week Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser !merles" 1.59 Dinner' Fork'
Larry Norman visited BUtmore' 6/Q nnyleM : :i I
House In Asheville,N.C.,and Pigeon' Rolls C w K"'n'' -
Forge,.ndother places in GatUnburg. ,Twrk4yTHans Pl<1.49 '
nr ., I
Mr and Mrs.Robert Lee spent the W THE SERVICE OEUBAKERY STORES ONLY IMnm : _,2.3 LjJs 3i1j.: r
holiday weekend with their son and 'tl
daughter-in-law,John and Linda In

Palm Harbor. $TARMC,r.430 WEST. ,"MADISON STREET \ \'' .;. !"'




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A.', , 'W '" \' "" 1' Tornadoesi
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::1. Francis Field Goal Lone
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; '. Page IDA although plenty long and high pass play. '\ ,
_ j 1 five yards for taking too much time enough. Joe Reed squibbed the PAT try, against the straight running play, I
when signals were confused and the On Baker second drive of the half and Baker led 6-3 with 5:26: remain. nobody could catch him. '"
field goal kicking team readied. fullback Jefferson caught a 10 yard ing in the third period. It was a 67 yard touchdown run by j
I, 964-4956 From the 27, Francis attempted a pass>and speedster Wldemond ran The remainder of the game was Widemond. 'v/rt'
: : Full 'Service( Florist second field goal, which was good. for 1? yards. Then the BHS defense more of the same- both teams er ;B
i .'' i \ BHS went Into the dressing room at tightened, holding Widemond and ratic, but breaking loose sometimes., Big Tornado tackle Donald Thorn!*
'. {! ti VISA' MASTERCARD! the half with a 3.0 advantage. big fullback Garry Mobley to one Ii ton had just come out of the game
yard gains Lightning Hits Again.,. and It was his hole the dive play waslU;
[IjJ More Frustration... The Tornado defense did not allow run through. >J'i
t'tlP. End Ron Brown felf on an Anthony Bomb Strikes... Baker more than one first down in '' m
Wldemond fumble on the second Then the bomb struck. Jefferson any drive until the fifth possession in Reedy again missed the point-?
play from scrimmage in the second went on a deep route down the the waning minutes of the fourth after. Baker led 12.3 with 1:15 re-'l
,SPECIAL 10 % OFF half, giving Bradford the ball on the sideline,and got behind two Tornado period. matning in the game. I
nj
Baker 28 yard line defenders Then on third and 14, after a game- I
All Silk Arrangements The Tornadoes gained 10 yards, a The long bomb was tipped by the delay penalty against Baker Frank Long quarterbacked that i
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three yard run by Gerald Brown anda' Bradford defenders and went right speedster Widemond went over left I final series, making several runs't
Large Selection of Dish Gardens, seven yard pass completion to into the hands of Jefferson, who ran' tackle on a straight dive play, with Baker in a prevent defense and I
him. But a five yard penalty, again into the endzone.Bradford's following r a bevy red jerseys of all Tornado pass receivers covered/1 I
1903 S. Water St (Hwy 100E) Max! to Plnehurtt for taking too much time, put the Gerald Brown had just Baker mockers, Once the speedster Francis caught one Long pass for ll'J'
ball back to the 23. Francis' field been hurt on the play before, and a broke through the Tornado secondary yards but was hurt on the play when:* '
goal attempt' was wide right, :new man was defending on the deep which had come up quickly he fell on his head. /
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Dessert Dishes And Bread & Butter .. ', Our Bonus Certificate Plan Is '- Pop WarnerGame <


Plates: At Reduced Prices To .Complete;; :; Easy As, 1,2,3 '

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Your Place Setting .T,1: : ,; ," t
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Matching Accessories. Also Available.... 1.SHOP .. .,. .. In the Western Division Jamboree
week. This exclusive offer is only one of the.many i 1't' of the Tlmuquana Conference the
These matching accessories are also available to complete With us every : Cowboy Pow Warner football team*

your collection. Each accessoryy piece is available.throughout, -,,\\U\\ ,* values you'll find In our store. 'I. .. did not lose a game. '$ l
the entire with 'I .' \ ,: "" ; .. ," '" P
program no purchase requirement, I : : '\ ,: ;
S The Pee-Wee started off the dad

2.SAVE for Bradford winning their 30 minute.
scrimmage 130. tl
,. ; The Bonus Certificates you'll receive every time you purchase $5.00 In bob-
groceries (you'll get two certificates with each $10.00 purchase, three: The Jr.the Midgets followed .
beating Keystone Heights teams
with $15.00 etc.). Use, our convenient folder to collect your" certificates.- 130. They immediately played the}

Jr. Midget contingent from Alachua.;
1. COLLECT and battled to a 0-0 tie. t.

l Your 3pc. place setting when you redeem your Bonus Certificate card::, Starke's Mitey Mites then'played anew
a ,
,a a FREE place setting with 40 certificates only $2.49 with 30 certificates, conference foe in Newberry and
proceeded to win 6-0. *
,,., $4.99 with 20 certificates, $7.49 with 10 certificates., Or If, you prefer, The Fee-Wees finished off they
,purchase the 3-pc. place setting for $9.97 with no Bonus Certificates. day for the Cowboys_with a 0-0 tie v
And don't (forget, dessert dishes and bread & butter plates are only 89c Next Saturday, Sept. 15, the Mitey
Mites. Jr. Pee-Wees and Jr. Midgets
,
each. \ .
GROCERY _1 S j / will\ ,travel to Keystone for their
opening game of the season.The Pee
Wee team will be traving ,tow
; allahatJ;. t!
All four teams will.be at home Oct.
Del MonteS. I 8. .r1

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Green Beans ,
JV Gridders '.3]

FRENCH STYLE OR REGULAR CUTS I

Lettuce Baby Tornado gridders won their

HEAD opening game 12-0 over Union High-
2l10OZ in Lake Butler last Thursday night
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,16O2 Sept .6.BHS '
CAN scored at the end of the first"
half on a 35 yard pass from quarterback
.5 '- Johnny Clark to Chad Reddish'
CALIFORNIA
in the end zone. >,'>-

Cheez-ft . . .99 Large OQIJHi Jumbo 49"Sunshine .. The Tornadoes made it 12-0 in the
third quarter on a 35 yard run by
2SLSBAQ Broccoli Celery Robbie McRae.

Champ Dog Food . ...t y, 3.69 ftri BUNCH Two Tornado scores were calledbacftmlpeflalties

.. : Gar* Wise brock-
,
ALL VARIETIES "' '" "" AIpo Dog Food. . :!, .TV: 'fiST', .39 RUSSET :25 yards for a TO which was called
FRESH backforhaving too many men on the'
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$129
WHfTC SPRINGS Oft Baking $1"9 WhiteCauliflower field. Delrae Covington ran back a
Glacier Bottled Water. .SE: 211 10 Snp punt 65 yards for a TO. but that was
Potatoes ofLibby's called on a clipping penalty.
LB HEAD "Overall, we did a pretty good job;
We've still got a lot to do to get
organized." says JV coach Jimmy'

NEW CROP GEORGIASweet EASTERN RED ,.Prey aU.( ,

Vienna Sausage $ JOO' DeliciousApples $1129 JVto Host Orange park.I.I.

3 Tonight <( = 7 the BHS ,JV will host
Potatoes p.m squad
$ 'IBS .a Orange Park High.Community. ,'
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Tpwnh useCrackers. i 1.39 ,FROZEN. HEALTH & 'BEAUTY AIDS by Elizabeth phone 1641683't Walker ,

4.!-OZ ;Girl "
NABISCO Scouts,..

Premium Saltines. .' '. 'SSx 1.05 Freezer: ,Queen ,32 oz FROZEN Check-Up $ Girl Scout Troop 325 will meet
Entrees Toothpaste 199AEOUUR each Monday at R.J.E. Conference
011 AUORMTN SALISBURY STEAK. MEAT LOAF (REGULAR OR GEL Room at 3:30: p.m. Mrs. Beulah Len-
Frito Lay 0'0 ra d ys Chips W 1.29 BEEF SLICED PATTY.TURKEY.|** BEEF $169 non, leader. '
OR TURKEY CBOOUETES Girl Scout Troop 684 will meet
CHEESE.CHOOSERS" OB' I 24-OZ each Wednesday at 3:30p.m.

Frtto Lay Variety Pack. oXS:1.09 Scope R.J.E.asked Conference to volunteer Room.some Parentsare services
Freezer QueenBoilNBaq
$249
5oz FROZEN .Mouthwash ," please I

WINE & BEER 'SLICED BEEF.SALISBURY Special Program...
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CHICKEN STEAK. KING.TURKEY CREAM 2J /89 Clairol Condition YOUR CHOICE. The combined Sunday School of
WINE CHIP BEEF. MACARONI 6 the Churches of Lawtey are having a
Real Sangria . . TSD 2.49'' I CHEESE OR MEATBALLS Shampoo $ service Sunday. Sept. 16, at 7:30
I EXTRA BODY OR NORMALi ORLIEBFMUMILCH IAj9 p.m, at St. John Baptist'Church.
CLAIROL CONDITION' II CONDITIONER Mrs. Odessa Hamilton is organizerof
. 1.99 14.4Z FROZEN ,EXTRA PROTECTION OR EXTRA BODY 1&OZ
Golden Chapel Birdseye the program. The program will
benefit the Lawtey Recreation
Cool 16-OZ Center. Speaker will be Jimmie
Miller ip$119 SUm Fast Scott of St. Zion A.M.E. Church.
.BONUS BOWL $ 99 The public is invited to attend.

Beer Diet Powder .
CHOCOLATE VANILLA
., ._ 16OZ: FROZEN, I Lunch Mentis :: i:
'Florida Gold -= 24 CT .
11 $ fj 49 .
$ Bradford County Middle School',
12 PACK ,469 S ',Orange Juice R' Nuprin $ and all elementary schools ,i''' ;
12-OZ N.a ''1991 ";.,,..,.>.Sr'p<: IT' Bnrf-A Ki'mt.'vhrctwMi'x.iuilnil.apple: ; .
Tablets apple hot roll. milk. P"
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BTU I ; Tw.d.y. ....... IK: WlwkTon. hun rrmrhfrlni.Knvn ? .
bean*. E.T'Surprlne! ; ifnilen I<< Cruil'twin. .
milk
,Wntimdiit. Xrp.. 111 I : Pin! in the Blunkrl.' hakvitIwaiu.
rabtoniivalaw' twniina
pwMinK. milk '
'rthe wisest investment you'll ever make for your I il; Tk.riH<.y. .pt. :Ie: Hamburger. M..ik.-rlf<>'ftUnvy
bulteml green .pran, ....y"hn. hltt ,,"''a.
family.,starts wHh only !9*ffSoSsStTunkcV SAVE SI.00.CASdJR milks
1r l FrM. >.Kept:IK Hiirarqni A('JMotoM>.bnhiiinu'ruv.buurrrd .
l corn: fruli cup,cook... hl+rat, milk.
> ,Wagnalls I I, E"n&l t
VOlumes229' Rid-A Bradford County High School
: new Encyclopedia: j I -Bug orFlea
i I .. M.aIa: }. $r$. ITi, Hamburger gravy niarhrd;
o : With Sprayer pol.....*. buttered green .pn.. cookie hut roll,

: me.@r9! y.99'I ; i milk.TwMtoy. Nrpt. Mr Fig In the Blank*.<4wkd
I' ( ._ hnn. cabbage Uw, fruit cup. "bultcnHTKchqu
e. '..ifisii "ITEMCOODTNRU'VIED.SEPf ra ,*** .r... milk. ,- \
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-. .nCclopf'dl..nd retclte, Pepat Free. Mt.. Dew.TWO LITEA, J .... YH9..,
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.t' ; {. ." \ :.. \, ".t 1,. "I" "" : ,,''.' BROOKER. ..... ... . . . .,. ... ; .,. . ..1,108.630.66. : .
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Board of County ; .STARKE:'. : .':. . . .. :.'.':.';'i;..''. .:. .-.V. .,.. 46516310. -, 27X2Z': : /.:, .,,;v
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budget for the 1984-85 fiscal I year. INCORPORATED; AREA .,.:> .,..;;,; .V.-J.,; .'.,. .- .' ; ; .; .'' 60'45" '-. '.

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DECISION on the budget and TAXES will '. 1':': .,. ." 1//I;.:. I.' .. <; : .',.. ," ,1-,'.:" '''.'I--I'. ''''''..' :. '

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be held on Monday, September __________....: '-__.;":_ ___________-__.:;_.::::!:;-_-_-__.-___--. .;".-.:---_- ;;-u_\g.-I':1.x't'-: .;r...:_" : ', ;;
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Courthouse Starke Florida.f COUNTY (' tun1ncorporated) i-V.! .. . ... .. ..4505'59.7Lt ,,;'

County BROCKER: . . ; .L.' :.T. : : : :. : : : 119 ,, ;' ..:>', '., .W.S: : .

HAMPTON . . . .-I".'? ?. : : :.i'... ': ;':'.:. .. < >; .:'' ,). 183< -V ; 2i43 r

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Notice of Budget Hearing ., .,,, *.':." ;'f'E'S' A"'ED'.REVE'NUES'. ;. '*. ,-"! i ">/f}:\,,,;,."" '..""' ,'r>.
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.. ACCOUNT. NUMBER. '",'' .ACCOUNT' .TITLE .. i'III 'f,: ,.''itV6NUE"i" :.;: ,.,.\ ...CODE: ;....
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The Bradford County Boar, County: Commissioners '
10-31'1-100.:: '.. ( Taxes', 7.:21, 167,427,830. ; ; .. li210,671.0C. : }: 2t, .
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receive for the fiscal year' ending September 30,.; 107322-100 .1,,.,.. "Zoning : Unincorporated. Areas.. f ... : d.\J...22,000'OCj',: .;. ; '. \ :' .

1985.. 10-322-120: Zoning : .Incorjjorateci Areas ', ,,1.500.00.' J :, ,410733461p : :
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:"; ;" ". ...f ; ,/v.: Mosquito' Control* .$,tatie. ., .I\\.. !: < .; .' : "l5.bbo.6o.: ( 1 \, ,
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TIME: < 8 :corp.. .m.'f' ; vI 'fJ 10z334-620[I'" j. '"" 'Z :: Mosquitp' t* ..* Control, $'.tate. }.uH :' it ." .," ; ,-.2766:0;? : q:;. .it1*. :


I MEETING PLACE : Bradford County Courthouse, (' -J .10-334-710' "1.j,.., ". ,;State Grant toi,} L'lbrary:uTy" .( :;; ,-, "., ,.tOOOjOOJ. ;: ;/i'- /
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Commissioner Room #129 :; 10-335-120.If,'" :: ,. ...'.:/; :1.6 State. Revenue.Sharing/\i' f ; S t.J; .." "iI j r .: .... Al42JpOOOivU. ? : I I .6'1- .,-, .. .

I j 1O-335-I30'; : Insurance Agenjt ;Cour:r. Licenses' )|; :: : (),; ;.; ,, ,300iOO. ,.; 11033S140


The accompanying budget: shown is the Federal Revenue for the \ 'i. ,.1)' ."' .,. ,,. .!.-"l"",Mobile" Home. .r",' Licenses..4., 'j \. ,..'. .' .I. ,]i: .. .. ..t4';'.!t .....pff'(,,,I"'.9000.00...\..,' ., 1

I fiscal year 1984-85. .. : ., .. .{ ;315-150 Alcoholic, .Beverage Licenses >." -,. .' 3ooooo'i.' ; .
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10-337-100.0'...)0>.1.'" "ntflt"..."'1"'. .. I t r- City.' Grant,.. .... /0.. .;',..11.oru Public.NI...,. I rn4'j'y';. ".u Library." ::.I.r.illJ.: ',":.t"V: ;'. 1f1--c.ft.)", J n:". ',{' :',10,72a.OGta,_ ..,"j "o"v' ". l '4;,' fw44i10-341-530 '

Bradford County : Clerk of Court t'..J.;. ...I., '-'Gl500'CO; ; ; ;" ''''' ,
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Board of County' : Commissioners ,. ,0-343-450" I11'; .j,,''. ..'J"'H..'...A.,3.Dump. ., -" Permit 11.11.T:. .""'.\.... ...' ,Tickets'iI.! dd.''r\'.!,..,._.01." ....<. ;./<'-;'";:.,.c..,;... Mli,.": _'N". 1 .h".S,+I'r2r4 k5,960'w.1. 'Le.'tiP pd'. ',"........J'1".yA ....,.1:.W..'r". :.".} ',

10-352-100 county Library Fines .. { ::: .: \ 15 -t'f. '
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10-362-100 Rent ..;\\\1.: "" r\).. ,$..Co'", ; \ >.f"" .;.; .. '..1, -.08QOO'. .. : :.: ''t.11 .. .
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\flO-333-100, Transfer: : Building)Reserve.Fun. <| ,. .42e06.8i1'; ';I! .; .
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10-21-51 iirCourity "Commlssioners. Salaries' ;}. .;; : .'J..J/ ;',"\ 5,4p5.oo' ; 1' l 1 :-. 3i-S24-12"* Zoning Assistants.Salaries I. I :. . 28976.00,' 1.;:
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Switchboard and Secretary.Salaries: : 21,850.00. !
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10-21-511-iY! ... Other;': rsona1 Services, ... .,..../: .- '" ': '. :Ictaoo.oo : 1 r.10, \,37..524-22, ;. .-1''' \. ', \ ,, \ .. ; ", .' 1: ,"
t. c ''j- '* ;J.J I "I ; ". 1 t Health Co 2744.00 :"
I0-21-5lii'21;; ..t".f County''FICA ,Taxes '.f'f :.: >, >" ,: ."e... ,osbioo. : 1. ,,1O37524.32.Life'and: > .' Insurance:' -'. r.ft'iiU: ; t.> '" ,\ 1'
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suranc ., 10 37-524-51 >( 1. ;; 1 .
' 10-21.5U..23..JJJ. ." !....,.and. .. ..-Health..--.. .". .. .... ..., .? \ / 11,000.00 '" .,
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Workers Compensat1"rrAhocatfon \ : ,18000.00. '' 10= 1-524-9'9 Zoning Quarterly Report .Incorporated ; 1,500.66 S.
10-21-511-24 County. : :;, : \ ... :
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I'or f' I 'I' 1 39..S2S-11 Communication Director Salary 19246.00 1

10-21-51125;\' Une P1o t5CamPe1144tion :'. ':', : .. \ ; ..H1.?,,2.000.00,, V* i L.. ,V .,. '
4 c t.ia.X011O211$4 J : ": : 39-52S"21 Communication FICA. Taxes 1,348.00 1
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ServT! ,fl)jIoo r .r, .,'." ''' r c .' Communication Retirement, ,2.:324.0J: ':',
10-21-5li-40.o.v: \: AutaAllowance\ .and :Traverxpe'nses: :; "v' \ '.: '" 5,000'.000: ; : : : i l t-39-S2S- .. '" .

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.'C0ITl11Un1cat10n' Services and Cost 36000.00. i ,iN ; ? ,

1021511"4k'lCout't.y.. ;: "), ; \fI SA; '',. PMJ .. ... .. .. .. .' .,... ,r.. ', .. ..,. .. ., ,. :I 1 ,.,;'.\ ': -.... .'. i 10139-525-46 ".COIIII1un!caU on Repairs and Maintenance: ', ; ,3,900.00: ; i
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102151332Accounting. ; and.. Auditing Cost'', ." -j V: :, /35000.00) l' 10"41-537.23 Life dnd Health Insurance.Cost. s':; ':;it< ;;' :', 3,792.00, .

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... 10-?1''S14-31: County Attorney' Retainer .and., (e'gal' Fees' .. 12,060.06, f .1O1 41.537-40! Auto Allowance and; travel: S".i." ;.i.; :.. .. 6.100.00 : ,:.

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10-22' -516'.tl0'ClerkrCir' :u1 t Saiary/PersbrtaVSeryices ': 109267.00 '1 41-537..52.1; I. \ ": : '. \. .
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10-23-513-10 Clerk Finance Salary/Personal Services 72281.00 .. .' j
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425S322.etera.n' Ret1rement f' 630.09 :1\\
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10-23-513-30 .Finance Operating' Expensed5,000.00... 1 : 1 : : '\ .: ', f. ,. '. "

10-24-513-10 Appraiser' Salaries and'' Personal' '':'".>Services' 'i:' 106,633.00:' -: 2 t 42553.40 Auto Allowance and Travel ,, f.:t." ... ; I. 6. .. ... ; 650.00.. ", ;:(.!!.

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10.24"51330ppra1se'.". "., ,""_ ,, ........,"ll1I.O''I4'.r'.: ; : ; '',p'erat1ng'r ll''EXDe' ,,, ., .. ,, too"'. y, .. ',... .42,72l. .;"., '. .5:00" ,. ',"I' ,.'. ,2.' 43.562.52: Welfare_ Pauper Burial.. .. : .! ::. '. .1,:, :" ", 1 900,30 '

102451360't' : : '; Appraiser Equipment' s '/ .v"-n!. ;:".:> ; '.: ,... t.f: :;.. 'S25.00. 2 : 1.' 4S..S62"S2" t 1" County' 'Incompe ency. Hearing'' ., : ...'.. \. .,. .. :' "50C.OJ'''I :

10-24-sii-'go1 '" Appral sef Other 'EPa'/Operating'Cdst': ( v ," ,'r' i200.00k" 2 ,I' 10I-46:562'B,I: ,, Bradford CountyHomemaker.\1."+;;.::, ;: ,Jj a' : ." ';.I; ,f :- ".8.617CO." ,., <>-d} i : .1 v

'r r > : U-47-562-11 Mosquito Control Director Sa1ary.. : .,,4,728.30 "
Collector'Camnissiori i ;' : I! 2 ; ,
1025513l9d"'l''t Tax ; : 95,000.00 '
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j 562-12 Mosquito Control'Local'Salarles ( 35.4t4.00:
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10-26-515-54 N.F.C. Regional Planning Council Dues : ," ; '
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10-27-516-10 'C.lerkr.County(; : :. Salaries/Personal. Services. \87 ,. 994.OO .1
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Court Expenses 2 .
1027.51630.CJerk County Operating ; 2,600.00 '

la-* 8519t':; ,f.'SupfeVvisor: of 'EleCti.ons" S '.1 '.ryV" "< '. .'} *- 27 .042;00 ''5' 11..47-562-22. Mosquito Control' Local Retirement.' ':.:", .; 2,000.00. 1I14756223

:Super *' .'<, ,' : : Life' and Health Ins'urance : i' ;. "' ':::'' "': : 1,000.00' 1
10-28=15i9-12 "heif'Deputy + i'soi"'E1ection'Salary* 13 3200; 5 Cost t ., ; .',. .
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10-28-519-.liiA'5': ;. '. ther' personal. SeryfceV'-alh'd'S'a'1'ar1'es-vl''lV"/. ;; :' '. :. : :: : '5 ((1-41.:=: 562-24. i4orkers COmpensation' :,,.' ,'.;1;, .., :.. ., .<. ;", <'j,'",!,.,';;,':.-'. '; .,'. ;"..too. .,:. l'

10-28-519-2!':".".-t=Election. 'FICA' .Taxe';,.''/} '?.;ti.; T;:"'. '..., ." I''. .," :\v2i80000Ret1reifnetht1 ;. 5 11-47-5'62-43. Uti 11 ti es' .Expenses' . -.: ,. '"-. ,..' .."' .480:00.r," '.1
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.10.2-519.22"!\.. lection ,'. 'i'i; I I"'I''i':; ,: :' ; ; '. 'l5,900.00! .5 11-4jS62-;;; Mosquito'Control'Rental-lease' Agreement ,., 8,130.00 r'1


_ .. -.lq.2.;: =519-2'3 J Life: and Health. Zlsurarice"Cosirr'2,00000:: : ; 5 .11-47562..45: Insurance .. ,(. 2,000.00 ;;,,1
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10':2519.4: i ;'.Ptbedtion'Auto Allowance"andTra'; ieftebstMY"\ :':', BOO.'OO:5' 11-47-S62..42 Transportation. 'Freight Charges 150.00 l'
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.: 1028:5'19-'Sli4toi1t.' ffJc'e 'Supplies and( ';Mater'falVl'A11bWt1Bn'' -.fIf': ': 5.oibb. > 5-' Repairs' and Maintenance se i .tw \ / 1.1"57. .
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'J,.:.';, 10, =Z8 5-1b.5'5'\' ".'. $e .end. 'Primary: Election' ;:.t 1O?,j2/84'?, ,';.' ;""'1. :. #.--f t 8,000"00:" 5';' 11-47.-.562-" 52 ,Gas. 01.1. and Lubr1cant.s5"CC, ; ? ,'>:' '' ,: ''. ; '.'':: 3,200.00" ";' .'':" 1
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410 28 5 9 56'Genera! ..E1.ection'l1I.J4i'I{ ; '!;(}'. : '' .; ', ""' (: 8,000,00'': % ;s 11-4l-562.52.1. Chemical < :'..-;:..', .:' '1ilOa.'OO Y..'l
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10-28r519-9SiJ j,,! tf e t1on 'Redr' \fJf Contirlgenc/' : ,". -' ,,I' .V'/r"K.2,000.00. S. 11-47-562.54 embersh1p Cost 1' :' ,':' ',.: .". .CO :
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1 -29.5 ,.9..21 ,, :County FICA ,Ta'tes...' ,'<,.,>; ";> ; ,.\-,,.-. ,; ,._ !.),,,..2,300,00, ',, 4 12456. I -2\ .. .('''' .' ftosquito.: Control. i'State. J Retirement, .. c. r' .. ,., '.2,00303,. :; -: i
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,10-29-5iy-2'2 t'. ? :'JIl !.>.r, CUstodfan|_ .Retirement, : "'''' ><'.':,r'1"'tr; ";.,'n'. ,,,':,;,.jtnI,:.:(; .':,f'. '' .rlbj'vrx':;:), ,, .360000;: 1 ," .' ,,1. 12-48-562-23. '." ....,.".;.,..'''Life and. Health Insurance'"...'. ."' ,. ".."Cost".' ..,..\<;"", i.'::\ ;:,l'.\J., ...,',' .6' :..:0471:00;; : ';;I '.. ..
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County Utilities and, Fuel 'Expenses ')2-48-562.43 Utf 1 i ties' Expenses: : 1'i" : .
1029519.43 I '51000.00 1 120.00
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[ ; ;, ).'County Repair\ :.and.. :! )Materiels! ':..r. Building- .. F :.4,000.00,' 1' 12-48.562-44, Rental and.LelSe"Agre'ement.. ..'+'l"t'. '-' ''.7:1:. '. ;',!.'.';, ;''. '/o,',"' .,''..6 ;.870"O"'O. '''' 1"" 4.
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10-29 519.52' 'jmfntenanctf. : Supplies'Jan.. ; f4.'''ter1.1s'Cost' ., 13,000.00, 1, .12-48..562-45. Insurance \". ,;,; } :. ;. t' 200:00'', 1
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'10,30519..82.tadford County Chamber: ,of. ou nerce' ; ,,5,000.00, + 1 12-48-562.46... :. Repair, and Mainten6nce'Expenses" ...,:;1 '490.00.. 1
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t" 10.31.522-81. ::: ''iHI., -:, r.e,.Ca n troj': '' .trtiic'. -,,;,. $. :,11... ',;. ;',:, '/..\ ". ,;';.., "",;',.f']:. :.\ ,\,71O12.o031032.52Z ." ... ., : .12. '8..562..52Gas'Go'\,-, ,.,,..,....+..+ .;"", /: ... on ,. ,and Lubricants. Atlocitloris. "'es. .,'P" f!.''" ,2,28000', '. ,1

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-t' 8rJU Gt"d Vol'unteerlFlre', .I \ 2trOOYOOI 3 12.48562 ti 50} Small"Tools under $100':.OO Allocation.:, ., : : '. ;, ::00 x' .
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f'.....:. iO..32'522f.Hf-. ,'' ::.,'..... ,' ,f.yI.J:; ;,a.'.,,. ...,;'.,-Rivenolunteer, ".. ;',., ,,\ 1:J r*..,,'o4t.ft! .ot.,:.;..?:jt:"".. ," t':':{;.:"fLr,11' t"''t',.+;', .,' 45010-.;;...ih,"lt.0..',. '' ,', .. 3'' 12.48.562-5, r' '< <" l.1':',t"t.) 'Mosquito. ; Control',' : tate.,'.,i"I.11Chemica' s 0.;:;:" : >.,,.'.. ,,;"' '".':"1 ,300/OQ.' \. .:..l. l'1'

..'.. ,"'10.33522M5Z. .'.'.,:Y1'' ,VolunteerFlloP4. ; ;/. ,? ,:. .sJf: 1 :'ifSe bt0d'. 3 13-49.:562-22, "" Mosquito Control State II Retirement r '") 42'tO'' +1' -
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.<.h l>/1035..522dJS'"Ii&Jro" ... .., ":,t.. '""', "..,r' Vol untl. 'f...HJ'b'\,:.... '. .. ... ; ;." 1 :P.it.;' 1200.00.... .3 1"]-45-" ,,5" : t -,!jMj'CV, .ut'.H lease/anJ/RjNflaljAytimumt\ ; ," ;;. WCV' .;h4. ", : ....1' .
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,," KEY ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION CODE[
ACCOUNT NUMBER, ACCOUNT TITLE APPROPRIATION:, ,'. .: CODE '.' ;. .

It.a.., ., .. rv, 'I. / .. ',')'1' '. 20-11-541-12-County! : Tra s,lqr.tf? l,013Salads I 210500.00 12O1154i13
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13-49-562-46 Repair and MaintenanceExpenses 223.00 : \ ; 1
f i '' '4"* ** ; .oc} ihe'r"> 'rs SVrVVc6ssalaHes'1 h": l' ', : 1000.00 1
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1i-49-562-52" Gas Oil LubHcantsT Expenses'- 193.00'' : : 1i1
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.,' 20-1-54i"1 ,'. .FICA Taxes 15435.00 : 1
Mosquito Control State II Chemicals l > "" '900.00 ": 31 ,,<;:, 'I't.. !'HI, ," .
49-562-52.1". :. ,:- Retirement ,' r -- "<"' #1! 24100.00 I ''Wl-'i.';;,,1'
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49-562-54'! .'"!Mosquito' s Control State II Membership Dues' '" '' lO.OOt .r1 ::.i1 20-11-541-22J.4: > J..".. ., ... '
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r "'C' 't. ,.'. I' '" >1 <, i" ,- ,. 20-11-541-23,'VMfe:: and Health Insurance' IS'.OOOiOO1'A': 1
''. .fTubercular Care Expenses '' .' .I.t '' I' 250-DO"? ;a .e ::' fl ; ..'. '.\'t\, j .. ih'6i&t I, ;? .,.. '
.iO-51-562-49 \t."rs" !y'- ; ? ( ': I
12,000.OO'y
} f Workers Insurance 1
Compensation
,105256383'Bradford" County Guidance Clinic'1' 'I' I' '60,580.OOi, h 20-11-541-24. a:,' ICII.'f: ) :'- ... ," .. -, ,? '' 'I,-I rtta2011541734 -... './ t. ".. ... .
t: ., :' ., I ). '. .,.'.,' '' '{,: Surveyor Fees and"Expenses' "' 26,00000"{, ". .1.1'1
Mental Health District 111 Allocation 1\ ,
10-53-563-83. ; .00' : f I;, ;1 *'t-1' 1 l \ .-\. '
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I.t F reight'Cost
10-54-565-82 .1 Bradford County Retar4ed Citizens Cos.t'.t. '6,237,00 ,',aS+ .l 20-11-541",--S,4Z, g-Tr;. [ nsportat16h } '
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8,000.60 \ .'.''if.h? '20-11-541:43 :rransportat10 "i (' ?rvn ; 't, ;! 9,000:00'. .: : '-O.1
Concer-ned'Citizens" ?
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.dford County .
10-55-569-82 : J. <' : ; ; ". .. .' } ,.. .
I. t 15OOti'00'' ; ", ; :
:Transportation: Liability insurance ) j.:1
105653412I 'j solid Waste 'Control Salary 15015.00 ?" :. ,' ... ...
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i -V: *. i 'i "', Salaries ;\ L'1 ,20-11-541-46 Equipment: Repairs and Maintenance 55000.00 ",, 1
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) -534-,13 ,. Other. Personal Services, : 22,050,00 1 f i. i' ; '.',1' 'J) ', q[,(","It;. 'r i ,j
} '. 'I T ,\ ".'. Supplies and aterals ; ... 600.00,, 1
FICA Taxes ,... : ,? '15653422' 20-ll-541"51'-j,1,0.Wce. ,' \ ( : : .
10-56-534-21 .. ?, ,:, ;r j 'I 1.545.00'i: { .I \\(1-i"( ': 1 ';\'j',1; : ':. .I" : \; \ ,
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Miscellaneous
Supplies Materials! 1
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Retirement ,v-; ., ,900..0 ". 1. ,, .:It ) / .,,\..,. ,. ,. .....'AI t.\I.1, r f :., '.', f I \ ,

'. r" ., "FJ'X: ': t' Gas Oil Lubricants Etc. Expenses 60.000:00"1 I
105653423LTfeand: Health 'Insurance 900.00 : t 1 20-11-541-52. ." .. I' ,, .". ,,., ... .. jI.. j.,.',I ,, ", ', pI '.. r .. ,r
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w ;.) +l; 1 .. : Materials: for Upkeep Road &' Bridges 20,000.00'
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10-.6-534.46' ... S/U Repairs and Maintenance Cast, < ,: 4 ,soo.00'. ::}!i(1i4 20-11-541-53 5'S : .. ,("t ,..:.", ;\/ H11l\ ll l.obo'.OO "l
: \ 20-11-541..58' Tools under $100.00

.57-571- 1 Library Director Salary i6.1S6.0 'r :.af.l ." ,rY.f! ...: ;;",4: '- 11," \i\H\ \ 1a i )l '," 'r, .

: '; 'Library Assistants Salaries 1 ::. :-f:"! : ;' '26,692.00': :}!i"1" 20-11-541-63 Improvement Secondary Roads. 50000.00 1
1 14-57-571-12 I J* \I-.'' <1''i.-3.'b,. 1Yl fvftU.'J3iue" 'S -
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Library "
.. 3000.00 : .
14-57-571-21 FICA Taxes : 1 '" '1' lvi / 'p r .
'" /> <1.1 ,4<: *: \ LI.I .
; '.' '. ... .. "" '.,.j ."J., \'8''''''''. ,or 'I 7it.111' M( New Construction in Progress Roads 47,150:00':; 1
20-11-541-65.
.14-57-571-22 Library Retirement '1 684,00", r w 1 .:..'. ,:v-j:' ,, .-\C:( ; '.,>4"--v/iiifcl'. : :. -, '. <> ,- '
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> 4,740.001 ;'t.iF'1 20-12-541-31 County Engineer Cost/Expenses 15,000.00 1
:iLife and Health Insurance .. "
14-57-571-23 : ,' '
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:.4-57-571':24'Workers: Compensation .';''' .'.*.f)*' r. z. 200:00''A-1: ': / 20-13-541-12 Sign Shop Salarie.s.. .. 24000.00 1

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14-57-571-34" Contractual'Services' ): '. ,: ,' '1 '," 2 ; 20-13-541-21, Sign. Shop. FICA 1700.00* 1
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Library : :, ,t' ,,_,,r. >\
14-57-571-41 Communication Cost ,' *;":'" *'H'r"( :: '. 'f 450.00 j; "i 20-13-541-22' Sign i Shop Retirement. ... '" .. '3,000\66'' ; 1
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Cost".I; \ w'r r. { ,,;, ( 4,800.00j/l; 20-13-541-23' Life and Health Insurance '. 2,000.00 1
14575743 Library Utility ,
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14-57-571-44" ;: ;:: 'A .429.00 Office Supplies and Materials Cospt 300.00
Machine Rental AllocationV t.: 1 20-13-541-51 \ 1
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!,4-57-571-45. ''insurance 'i'' ':..\ \' 1,500.00. \ 20-13-541-52, .Demonstration/Construction. Materials : 15000.00 1
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14-57-571-46 Reparis and Maintenance 'Cost ', ', 4,000QO ? \. 201454146.Maintenance Agreement Railroad ; 4,000.00 1201554159TnCounty
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14-57-571-51'Office Supplies and Materials Expense 3,000.00.: Surplus Property ;6000.00 1
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.'14-57-571-66 Books and Processing Materia1s/Supp1ies7O0O.OO.i 20-16-541-99, Transportation ,Reserve.for. Contingency 20,370.00 .1
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'lo"-59-572-52' County Recreation Cost 2000.00; ,3d60252 I "." ",'. ,; .. ., ... .. .. .. .. .
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: Hampton Recreation b p' oh or" "*" v. 50.00; 3
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20-241-100" TOTAL BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1984-85 680.405Vo'o"
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LO-61-572-52 Lawtey Recreation Dept. j : 500.00 3 .. ,
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'1.0-62-572-52 Brooker Recreation Dept. :', ., ;500.00: '23 FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND /

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,10-73-591-99 County Allocation-Refund Property Taxes .00, 2 \ '
\ -'' ;: FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPT.E.r. .E.RiJ..0't4.1.985/ f;... ri".; I' KEy

.0-75-515-83' : County Development Cost 10,000.00 ,, 1lO7756252 ACCOUNT NUMBER, ACCOUNT TITLE : ..REVENUE,,' ,CODE
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Medicaid Hospital/Nursing Home Bldg. 130000.00'' 1 30311:10,9.l es. .935 .on 67,427.830 ; '156545.00 ,.2
: ; 4 -. .i-t TV" ;)- ri.' 'Ji T9>i\>;[iT"frg :
\ .O-78-511-52'County Building Improvement Allocation 2,000.00 \1tC7953752 30334200.State Reimbursement Prison Cases ,. 15000.00 1'S
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Soil Conservation 8,485.00. 1l.Q805999 30-334-290v >, ., State. : 'Inquest,. Physicaiw Fees2,000.00: ,: ,,.. .. 1
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.] Clerk Reserve for' Contingency ; : ;.1 / '3000.00 ... 1
!I. 71: 30-335-182 ; ,.Emergency.Dlst.rjbMtlon. Allocation. 'r-1, v ;, !l2QOOO.pO.ir.' ;


;:"...LO-81-591-99. ., County Reserve for Contingency'"'. :. .' :,;"' ;'81,555.00. ,fi'LO241lOO. :. .: 30-335-18,3jvSupplemental' ; {;. ? .Inmate DJ.str,1but1bn, .v. Yrrl> j ? ...d') .55 ,OO ,"Qq;,:,:. .,; 1


y ,. '::1# ;: ; ; : 30-341-52a.Ci. .( ., il Fees Collected -. : ". A/ J ,_" "" :'ai,992.00t. .. .. I' '? 1


'. TOTAL. BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1984-85 Ii779,97500I'. I 30-341-540Fines; and Bonds : Unincorporatedr: : ...-.,'' ,90000.00 .... J ,

JC': w.w'COUNTY: '; ;/ TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND !; ,' '
; : -i 4 ,,30-341-541 Fines and Bonds:
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I I 30-3513QQL): / ,Cpunty.Law.Enforcementrees-SP\ : F&K ,'I ))1'j 2 .000, 00 .:: 1
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"-20- 5-440 Pour Over Trust Gasoline Taxes 150,000.00- 1 /?.' ''XJ 0-0 ',,. vj"v' > ? r4" ''' "",'' '". T.-C.-'l, nr J > :5fiJ'..,.... jr--'r. 1 ,< ,., ...
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20-312-101' Gasoline: -" 220,000.00 30-101-10qet '$. ,,' : ..(,-., |( rivrtr'.j, .I,.Ir'l\ _".. .;.-.00, .
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20-338-100. Transfer, : Building Reserve'FundT 1 .11)' ;: -' I.1r.t ;, < rOQ'Jnn: ..ll!' e-d') I1q (: :eau'' tff11.'f'l! ii bt'itW; ; : ....i. l..! "
114,930.00
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' 20399100't'ess( .,_ 5% Discounti. : \ >.1.. '. ..-, 1 i20171100 i/- ..'. ,:" (305,48,0 Oj') 1'(, 1 "'30-03-523-46'' County Jail'"an a 'Ma nt'engnce'' \' fiur i.I.f",:: '7.000J.6d' : 1

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30-14-516-30 Judicial Operating Cost Bailiff '. 100.00 1" ESTIMATED ,REVENUE /'

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30-15-517-33 Court Reporter Cost FISCALY AR *, fNOJN / tPTFMRFD 1n 'QA a

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30-16-521-10 Sheriff: Salaries and REVENUE I ,
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30-16-521-30 Sheriff "I rr9 j ) : Taxes .896 on',167 .427 .830 150015.00 :' t
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30-16-521-60 Sheriff : '. E.M.T.' Fees for Services :" 45.938.0"a"oo; '
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ACCOUNT"NUMBER' I SEPTEMBER. .f.. '' 30 1985 .; : :'y: %- ',, '". ,'. Salaries, .v'-; 6.271'.00 1
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X40-21-511.64. ..' County New. Equipment. .1. 'over' ',:,"$ 100100a; ..., jl;:;';" 10.000.00' '. \: .. "'\'.( ,,: ; ; ..Building, Reserve, Racing Monies I. ,, '" 223250.00.""' 'I ,

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40241100TOTAL: :: 'BUDGET APPROPRIATION 1984-85' ', : 285.404.60 : "' "'r'PI: ,t':' '. <' FOR 'THE' FISCAL YEAR '''ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 198560105819,1.Transfer '
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50-341-702.. : ,Law 'Library Filing' Fees. Ordinance. J : 1,000'.00 iS; 60-71-581-91.: 'Transfer: :; Solid, Waste' Debt: Service5:' : ',; : : :2135000' ; :'i
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Retirement Bonds Issue Courthouse 40,000.00 .1. practice in slarke after lea wfi part- 1.970 graduated from UF law school Other to chose nominees. Alachua, '
70-99-582-71. I net In the Gainesville of Levy County :Judge W.O. applicants were
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i 70-99-582-72 : Alachua County Judge Nath Beauchamp 44.. Pierce and Edward L. Bush, a1' I
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70-99-582-99: REserve for Debt Service'Courthouse':' 120,000,00, 1. Lecond i time. He was elected county of Law Birmingham ,,AL and ,Uon attorney ", ,

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again"Thursdays be the watchword at Eight" In will Starke once ,1, T .. '', '" 0,, '':;, 'f,
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College presents the 1984 Fall F. ,4TiTl\\ I' "
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Festival of the Performing Arts at ,', ''f'"
the" Starke Woman's Club. o ;

Launching the seventh season of ,t s ,. ,
the outstanding free-to-the-public. fw r A ;
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cultural series, which includes t ,
presentations of music, theatre and ilL : "

(dance, is the Whitney Jazz Trio on : i ,
Thursday Sept. 27, at 8 p.m.'Dancetelter %
a Pennsylvaniamodern
dance company of national
stature, will present a unique blendof _
theatre and dance on Thursday
Oct. 11. The season's highlight will
be the appearance of renowned
pianist Martha Anne Verbit on
Thursday, Nov. 1. With the expectation -
of a large crowd, the concert by +
this extraordinary pianist will be,
held In the larger sanctuary of the
First United Methodist Church. The ,

1984 Festival will conclude on a r ... \ .j tt k4 i Id _
delightful note with the appearanceof
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and theatrical "',' "'" '
a noted lecturer .I -
performer, David Marshall, on

Thursday, Nov. 29. t

All of the performances will be .'" .
followed by the popular "meet the '" .tt

performers" reception hosted by the .. _::1- .&' 'IIIW
Starke Woman's Club. AZ % ., ,
Jazz Trio features !
The Whitney
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John C. Whitney, an outstanding
jazz pianist, who is also a
distinguished composer and arranger : I
for Columbia Pictures. I I
Although he founded his group in I
New York in 1972, Whitney has ,
'recently accepted a professorship at t
the University of Central Florida in

Orlando, where he is currently con Martha Anne Verbit, Pianist w'h I
ductor of the University Orchestraand
director of the Jazz Lab. In 1983 ,
he was a finalist in the Great ,: t r sr
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American Jazz Competition. This Distinguished concert pianist :
summer he was the guest conductorof Martha Anne Verbit is well known in ,, ii y.J'Trina! Collins. ,,, _, L'
the Florida All State Orchestra in America .and Europe through .
Daytona Beach.Danceteller recitals and recordings. Born in Fit ,
zgerald, Ga., Ms. Verbit has per.. ChoreograpHer
as its name implies, ,In- .. ..... .. ww?

,I" "whoxepettory"'Muires.'Is "an wnisual:: modern1 dance1,.,its'pe group r4...,formed,cludi {)_upp. olo National=concerts Tecitals.;;attTLincolffi.ajfear; ?'..."-""".".--........,.......,..-", ........."."'."...'-"I""'iJtI'-"II--.. ..,,..11". '" "" 11\4'M'. '.. "'LiJ\. \. ""\\',,,,'_'. oJ,
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voice and dramatic capable roles in additionto Washington,London's Wigmore Hall ,/ft\ 1 : ,f., ; \ '
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dance. Trina Collins, the artistic and Boston's Gardner Museum. She "Remarkable recital. Her playing longtime associate of the late Will .
is soloist with the Boston ,\
director of Danceteller, who studied frequent had the heat and smoke of a Rich Ge ;r, who achieved fame as Grandpa 1 ,
with the great Martha Graham, is Pops Orchestra and has appearedwith Gossage fastball." According to the Walton on the television series. ",'
widely respected as one of the na the Newport Music Festival London Times, "She possesses both M rshall blends his background and
and the American Liszt Society
tion's leading choreographers. In flair and control, drama and experience into a spellbinding even
Festival. She has been acclaimed for
addition to her use of the spoken poetry." ing of storytelling, theatrical
word and drama as a part of her her profound musical ability and unforgettable history,and dramatic readings from #
dance routines, Collins' works are stage presence. The New David Marshal has spent his great American writers like Melvilleand
York Times called her November lifetime in the legitimate theatre as a' Ur
also known for their mixture of intense Twain.
recital "a actor, director and scenic ,a
1981 high intensity performance designer.
drama and wild humor. A
Danceteller performance is one in that swept the listener His experience is vast, from oldtime All of the Fall Festival performances '.. ... ......-
along..an illuminating evening," Chautauqua festivals to a repertory begin at 8 p.m. and. are free- "
which to the
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': \ ::,tr ,. feature .Open,House next Monday. business meeting Is planned, so.:

,", l ...1". U Sept. 17, immediately following the parents may visit, with their
P.T.O. meeting children's teachers and tour the .
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,,. .' ...) "''!,-kr ,i School Auditorium and parents are Refreshments will be served after
"J ...... asked to arrive early, so they may the Open House by Mrs. Sandi
.,. -. ,, register for their child's Room Count ,Groves and Mrs. Vickie Queen,;
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, ., .prior to the business meeting. refreshment chairmen.

P.T.O.Membership envelopes are Jimmy Coyle, pastor of the Eliam'
t being sent home to the parents, and Baptist Church, will give the Invoca-
these may be brought to the lion, and the Faculty and staff of
meeting, said Mrs. Harriet Molcyk, Melrose Community :School. will be '
/ treasurer, or sent to her at the
, introduced Grant
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i' I school.. Mrs..., Jerry Jackson, cipal. ;
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.. 't." Membership''Chairman; urges ;jailparents
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$ '* i "- I friends, and relatives tq Plans will also be made for the-,

A. -I Wilbur Waters ...,r.(""''*!l'i. .'.11..,/,,' join the Teacher Organization. Melrose Arts and Crafts Festival, to-
.,." .)0' : .",.," \ Dues are only 1.00 per person.. be held on,the school campus October
Mrs. Diane Wertman, president of fl.. '.

TO THE VOTERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY .; .. \ > : .n, ..
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My deepest appreciation for your votes and support in the first primary. Words: ; .. ."\, I
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can't express my happiness from the vote of confidence you have. ;shown me. : Gr rN'ew'Memoors'J. j," ,:,

We still, have a lot of, work ahead of us.,.. To ,allow' me to become your next .. ,
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' Green Acres*4-H Club held Open aims.. .
: County;. Commissioner I urge you to go to the polls on '2ndfand 'VOTE. House Sat\ day;'Sept. 8. from 5 to 9 Ending l last year 'with a new'approach '
will p.m.:. at the New River VolunteerFire : for the new'year brought. e*< I
Again thanks, for,all your support and when elected, I 'promise you never, Department' Food and fun was cltement as various responsibilities .

.. l shared by others in the community were divided by club leaders. These.i ,

s..ry.that. you marked your ballot,for Wilbur Waters. ., /J in order to Inspire new members and leaden were able to put their; atten-: ,'\

Remember, without your ,:vote ;en October 2nd, I can not become your :next. more give parents about'the MHji opportunity,the displays to learn ".work lion fully In which'to the should, area. greatly they.chose benefit to .y

,which were setup :. the ctvb .
County Commissioner, District 5. The covered din supper was first A gun safety course will be taught
the Chicken and rice a representative of, the. I
on agenda. was, by ? Florida
'Sincerely, tt prepared by the Chib'a Social Director Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- I
Jeanne Moody with the help of rotation, and"'will be open to the '
Wilbur. Waters Joe Thornton Ed Mosley{ and Dean public*: This a4-hout course'will be
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Bennett. A special thnks is extended taught In two hour Intervals beginning
to Clark a Meat Store of Lake / Tuesday, Seec 11, from 7-! '' ', I
l Butter. for:the,.....'of,all the at the New River,Vol.. Fire rW '. :' '. ,
'L' ,j. .chicked and to Sonny1 li.r-&Qu1t This win be the last o|>porttBritySr v .
VortTO.E C1", 1'Y1WllBUR WATERS ;;l ; :; .> I for the donation' offana, Di-_: this program. In our area for a whUa:f ,' '
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: ,C0USTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5 DEMOCRAT ; 1" .. : gun l
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, sold'a 23d E. of Starke to Austin C. &Carol I on CR 125 in tawtey t Eug< Heilbronn Springs to parcel ,of? land \on CR S-200B in' t 1 Harry t., Jr. & Ellen Morgan '. Debra Norman for $5CXXX -
transactions totaled CIVS233 near ; .
Property '' of 'i \parcel of land on SR 21 and Lake Ann Smith for 47500. ,
$1,016,450 in Bradford County for thepast Kenneth W. & Sandra C. Groves for Lawtey to the ,Lnwtey Church Geneva to Herbert AM Jr.'. &Anne T. 'G.K.&Diane F. Ely: sold tots 5&8' !Raymond: A. & Mona L. Waldrop;
three weeks, from Aug. 17-31. $20,000. Christ for$4,800 sold Nelson for 152000. : of Gaskins Addition of Starke to sold a parcel I of land on SR 100;S. of .!
24 transactions listed Jack E. & Clara T. Hazen a Starke to Percy L. & Ixwda WhWfbr
Prices of transactions are figured August of land on Flume Rd., E.:: pi Kenneth W. & Ann L. FarnWell Wilbur L & Kay Waters for 147,100 ;
from documentary tax stamps affixed were: parcel Jimmy L Sweat sold a parcel of $3.000. w:
sold Lot 14 of Block D., Bradford .
Starke to Hui Sun Hall for$6,300. solda -
& Karon J. Deleruyellesold Ronald Joseph Bin parcelof !
James P. Rd, to
clerk'soffice Marklee Starling
to deeds filed in the county Oaks, to Mitchell & Elaine C. Baileyfor land, on
in the courthouse. Lot 3 of Block of the Haven on Bernie S. Smith sold parcel of $5,500.Ronald. ,. James, Jr. & Carol S. Klnchen for landal I SR 18 & 221 in Hampton to ::
Bedford Lake to Ira G., Sr. & land In Temple's Addition in Stark i' ::1'1.> Padgett & Dean Padgett forWe -
Transactions for the week of Aug. ;, E.; Sr & Mary Jean ;$2500 r Elwootf -
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17 were: Elizabeth L.Odom and James E.Jr. >to Fred W &; Jean C Rogers' for.. SR & LuAnrt( HuffjSol'{l I1 lacr( s.no $2,: M !t -.
Newman.old a parcel of land on Jay y ,... ,,_
Rebecca (X Nelson for 22500.: $12,000. > _.... _. < --""" ... d"llill\\\\!
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James L. & Carol B. Welst bold a sold a \ .__.. _.__ .Dn 4"III--"'r---'--u ,
Hubert L. Cooper sold 10 acres Florida National Bank
parcel of land S. of Hampton to :
Donald Christopher Lett for$19,500.F. !$ S.E. of Starke to Charles C. & MaryF. parcel of land on SR 100 S. of Starketo :
Delano Thomas A.J., Jr. & McKinney for"$13,000. Russell G. Barton1 &Joan Dinkelo .
Jean S. Thomas, and Clarice T. & Larry C. & Lisa D. Brown sold an for, .$22,900. .
of land in Woodlawn to Jimmie Deanna.Carpenter sold Lot 29 of
Joseph Q. Wood sold lot 2 of Block 2, acre '
Seminole'Ridge, Unit 2, to CharlesE
J.M. Johns Subdivision, to' Sharon Ruth Bailey for $11,500. .
Lewis Fullwood for $12,500. Caroline II.Willingham sold Lot 38 & Debra Kennedy for $64,000. ,
Pine Avenue in Crystal ,Lake Marshall] & Gayle R Donaldsonsold
W.C. & Mary H.Emery sold Lot 11 on '
of Geneva Oaks'Subdivision to Her- Homesites to John N Harris for Lot 14 of Plum Valley Harbor to,
man" Christine Buey for $6,000. $4,000.' Plum Valley Investments, Inc. for' 2I
Herman&Christine Buey sold Lot The City of Starke sold 1.7 acres $94,500.
Oaks Subdivision to just S. of Bradford Square to
11 Robert of Geneva J. & Phyllis J. Shaw, for, Jackson Development Corp. for \ ': .: ':' ,' ":.,' : .. :::.,': ',: .:'::':',\ '' INorman's :

$5,300. I 190'1; : ; io1.1' !'fI .
7500.iLoretta J. Marchant sold a parcelof James.L. & 'Vlvlan'B. Patterson } FLORIDA TWIN have ; h;, ?
\ land on E. Call St. in downtown sold a parcel,of land on CR 18 at THEATREStarke a .: 'f il
Starke tQ Robert E., Jr. & Betty M. Hampton I Lake; to Kelly M, Richardsfor 'i' :: .. I .

Allen't Mark' for&:$52,000.Elaine Olin sold I'/i acres Michael$45,000,C. &..Juanita L, Kersey 964-5451 Large Selection I 1 : r tI *-- '

sold a parcel of land in Crosby LakeShores .
just off CR 227 S. of Starke to ArnoldS. '
&Wilma' ,Yeomans for $4,500. to .Linda C. Mishoe. for Sept., 14 thru Sept. 20. : < I \ i- '
1 t Stephen Cardin&Christine Cardin, .$25,400: '. i f/'I' ;
sold 5 acres of land on CR 18 at Leonard,Ray & Kathy M. Dugger Enter world beyond your of Remnants i ::
Hampton Lake to Walter E. & sold Lot 28 pf Lake Hampton Oaks to wildest Imagination where \ .., .,,
Eleanor J. Ripke for$100,000. Carlos & Joyce L. Stalvey for BDXllJIDO] can happen.JJt1 (, i.' We Are Justi'About Giving Away :;: l
Clifford A. Bedwell & Betty A. $23,000. ;'t'x'l .: s ;
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Cowart sold parcel of land S. of .
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Lawtey to Gail Prevatt for$15,000. all of Block 23 of Ward City, now IPO'ul..., ...,.... .:!. ...,. ....,181
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Lot 25 of Sampson Lake Shores,Unit Barbara .) ,
1, to Anthony F. & Barbara Carusofor H.J. Murphy sold a parcel of land Friday 7:10: 9:05 VI' A
on SR 16 E. of Starke to James C., 6O-8O9 '"
10000. Sat & Sun. 5:05: 7:10, 9:05 .
Chrlstelle Knight !sold an acre of Jr. & Sharon S. Saunders for$1,500. 0" 1
;land near Pleasant Grove to Mack Carl. D. Haile purchased Lot 3 of Mon..... thru Thur. 8:00 ,(. (;
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Leonard for$1,800. ,. Block 36,, Livingston, Truby & Co's : :
Marjorie L. Hardy sold a parcel l of. Subdivision from the estate of' the SCREEN Up ; ', ', I'l':" ;' _
land on SR 100 S.of Starke to RonaldJ. :late Essie Holland for$20,000. : : I1 ,', \; '>',1\1 .1 '
.&Marion L.Waggoner for$45,000. John W. Suttles sold 5 acres on OffDon't I
Loomis&Catherine G. Miller solda Marklee Starling Rd. North of :'
parcel land in Ott's Subdivisionto Starke to Charles Raymond .

Willie J., Jr. &Paulette Strong. for Yeomans for $15,000. .
$3,500. August 31.transactions: ..BIt thiS'sale
Johnnie Stewart sold 10 acres on 'T.W., Jr. & L.A. Tatum sold a !! miss
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Weathers Lindsey ; 30," On Sept.9 : 3O1 DRIVE-IN i iC
Keystone Heights was charged with on a SR-121'bridge was hit by ,\ ,

,driving have while a child intoxicated restraint and for failureto her another direction.Sandra car A Bryant 1976'traveling Chevrolet, 39, of the operatedby Glen same St. Starke" '964-7484 ., TvalTile. e ,Carpet

three-year-old. On Sept. 10 at about 5 the to, Fri. thru Mon.
Mary was stopped on overpass
p.m.,her 1973 Oldsmobile left SR-100 ,
about a mile east of Starke and ran pick up pedestrians, the report
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stated. A 1975 Plymouth driven by
shrubbery, according to
over' some
Trooper W.M. Abrams. Jimmy Manucy brakes,; but 35, of slid Macclenny into the l'' 131 N. Cherry 964-7423
applied
On Sept.9,about 8 p.m.,rainy con- with (IIi i
Chevrolet. was charged
Bryant
ditions contributed to an accident In- PLUSSuperman
volving two vehicles on CR-16 about improper parking on a' bridge.
two miles west of Starke. 1984 Manucy was cited for defective tires II
Ford pickup driven by Stephen and improper tag.
Wayne Starling, 17, of Raiford slid On Sept.9 at 12:is p.m.,a nineyearold -
into a 1974 Chevrolet driven by boy drove his three-wheeler into
Donita Archer Crawford 26, of the side of a car traveling on SE 45th
Starke, The FHP report indicatedthat Street. The 1984 Honda 3-wheeler
Crawford pulled!away from the operated by Chadwick Pressley, 9,
I. Handy Way and was slowing to turn, of Starke dnveout.of.Jhe,woods. into. Market
left.Starling applied brakes,but slid 'If a 1978 For($driving east ort 45th hitting :
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lion\thef wet pavement into the left' '*' the car on the right!side;accor .
side of the car. Starling was charged ding to Trooper William Langston.

with speed too fast for conditions. No1 charges were"fI1 d.Lou.Ann's U.S. 301 South. 9646071"The


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LANES US 301 North 964.8175 '' PRICES
BATTERIES AT REASONABLE
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( Oakley. and Helmets: Comp III Tires \

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;) FOR RENT INSURANCEMAINES PERSONAL SERVICES' FOR SALE I I .e. NOW Rebuilding' '. .,

DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK 1913 RANGER PICKUP V-6 engine..air
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d.ol. 2" or 4" wells wat.rpumpa .. I
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Times, 150 Main Street,lak Butler, Compl.t. Iniuranc Srvlc. TFN. new Installation 9! *ptle WHY .RENT Purchase ,compact 3
tank, drain fl.ld and lift station Starters
,,' Phone 496-2261 for information.TFN \ BDRM, 2 BH. horn In Worthington Alternators
All
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REAL ESTATE Dor-
work call Tommy
guarantd Hale and Atioi. Real Ettat Inc.
: BDRM, for long t.rm rental C.ntral
.i man 2752151. UFN 9/1 4-chg 9/6-9/29
f. heat/air. Cl.an. Playground. Loon-
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF NETTLES TREE SERVICI tre. removal '
HOME Wooded Country living 2,000
,,, dry. Near RMC. FSP..BTU. .tc. Car. Generators
PROPERTY If I don't hove It. I'll findIt and Also llr.wood, oak and
..,'' ,pool. No pt. Phon. 496-2366 in pruning. plus square feet living area Living
;:' Lake Butler. 4-chg 8/23.9/13 Ju.t a.k. JANE S. USHER. pin. for *al*. Call Thoma Nettles' room 3 BDRM, 3 BH family room
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REALTOR. 496-2126 or 496-2903 4963823. ufn 12/22 and kitchen combination. 2
MOBILE HOMI 2 Bdrm I Bh furs dining
i. NEW nlihed w/alr,located In Worthington _... "Your Union County Realtor.' ATTENTION MOM'S Would Ilk. to car carport spilt l level l house, 2.5acres
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I Spring Phone 496-2308. ufn 8/04 tin babytlt your child In my horn, ex 2 mile to lake Butler 25 to Automotive a Commercial a Marine
Lunch and snacks provided ikjeiuii
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Alternators
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I' MOBILE HOME largo yard. HELP WANTED ,pick-up from school.For more Info 9/13 Farm Equipment lawn Mower
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PROCESS MAIL AT HOME$75 pr hun- 5:00 p.m 4-chg 8/30-9/20: .windshield backrest cargo rack, excellent
,, HOUSE BDRM. 1 BH.w/larg yard at
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: )50 S.W. 5th Av Lok. Butl.r $145 and tlm.. Start lmmdlatly.; D.tailas.nd Subscribe Today' 496.9798.. 1_rhn... 9/13., .:
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9/13 envelope to CRT 6092 P.O. box 496-2261 r'
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::Classified Ads The S'kln S'hop 10 Win I! SweepstakesChevrolet Hitachi, 7-Sth Prizes Panasonic

Get Results WB BUY(NAMES! NOW OPEN Cash 45 Inch Wide Screen TV's Video Cassette Recorders
.' JKSMMNTHWOOOV ....... Waldo Stamp & Coin Shop 7-3rd Prizes '
NOHtOM i M .... 11 25000 Grand Fisher Cameras With Magnavox:
"- ifcvi-" N.xt to Waldo Police Station
: : Video Cassette Recorders Tuners
..t' -t-'LJ ... Bargain' Stamp$al... Coin Prize
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!?' qualified ,experienced heavy equipment QUAKER k SHIRTS
:t/ operator for: Bulldozer, Grader Front End Loader 1/2 yd. 1 3/4 yd. -- STATE Men's poly/cotton
s')i and other varied operational skills.Applications .
tt will be accepted from 7.30 AM 4:00 473-7655 Open 6 Days a Week Regularly 1.03. song sleeve with 2 plaid
;, ',PM at 812.8 North Grand. Street. September tMjie Regular 30 or saps snap
13-September 27", 1984. HD30 motor oil pockeck.oke
Equal Opportunity Employer Hwy. 100 Wet! Keystone Heights T ,r Limit 5 quarts. r front
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HOME per >* pocket styling,
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NOTICE FOR RENT FOR RENT HOMES FOR SALE. Subscribe I

BRADFORD COUNT
MOBILI HOME PARK. FURNISHED ROOM APARTMENT'v WE BUY 1st and 2nd Existing Morgtoges T'
CLASSIFIED ADVf RTOINO should be submitted MIMOSA MANOR .TELEGRAPH! ,
to the Bradford County Mobil. homes and spaces for rent. Suitable for one working person. Part jtr and also originate home equity loom ,
Telegraph office in writing and pold In Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone of utilities furnished. No children. ort.' Call Lit Langley at 964.5010.8109 tfn 964.6305 r
advonc. unless credit is already '4682912.916 tfn p... 964.5464.9/13 tfn i' 3 I., I BATH ON V4 ACRE 10x20
established with this off lc.. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi On. mile 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH In Country 2 mil..'I' workshop, screened patio garden ASSUME PAYMENTS EruJilICJiJ
of Fenced yard porch,.it 1984, 14x70 3 BR/2 BA.
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II from Starke city limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 out city spot $39,000. 9648417. 8/23 4tpd 9/13
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. $250/mth. Call 964-6363. Itpd 9/13 "r CROSBY LAKE WATERFRONT HOME 4 loaded with extras

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD. IS TAKEN OVER CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On IN TOWN 4 BR, 2 BA. LR, Kitchen Call''' BR, LR DR, Kitchen, stove, refrlg.. $199.13 per mo w/ redlta
'Call 782.6433 or 9646433. Itchg 9/13 :-', ; heat A air. Excellent p'foval t small
THE TELEPHONE. Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison dishwasher, carpet -- '
2 BR DUPLEX APARTMCNTi Kitchen ap"-M transfer f... PHONE' 964-7776
Classified deadline It TUESDAY, 468.1323.10107 tfn. fishing. 9646250. Bullington. Mr. Butler ( CECELIA
NOON prior to Thursday publication. STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly pliances/utllltles Included. Children ) 8/30 tfn 1.473.7237 IIIWtLUGAIt 205 N. Temple, Starke j
Minimum charge I 15 word for$2.75 rates. Palm. Apartments, 2314 N. Temple OK. $223: month plus $100 deposit, Call i BY OWNER Quiet close convenient.
th.n 10 cent for each word thereafter. Ave 7/28 tfn 964-8224 after 3 p.m.. and weekends. '; Spacious 4 BR 2 BA. Lots of storage. Christmas In September
.....-. BRIGHT. SUNNY ROOM with bath. Opposite Itpd 9/13 ,,'I* Chain link. carport workshop. Pecans Shop & Compare!!
: 2 BR DUPLEX APARTMENTS Kitchen ,Give your family the gift that gives pleasure for
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CALL 'TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON Starke Post Office. Must see toappreelat. 1.96 acres. Good gardening. Down Insurance for
Children OK. $179 month .; Special beautiful home In fabulous Florida.We .
plus' a
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FCAN (Florida Classified Ad N.twork) Affordable rates. payment mortgage
,$100. 964.8224 after 5 p.m. and Mobile Home Parks are proud to offer one of Bradford County's truly
For$129 ((25-words), your ad will go Into ROOM FOR RENT IY THE MONTH 964-5610.8130 tfn ..
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and W/SwImming pool. Maid service, weekends. Itpd 9/13 ;,11 4 BR, NEWLY PAINTED: Papered and All types of home- luxurious homes situated across from the Country
weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000 linens Included. Restaurant and loungeon NICE 2 BR MOBILE HOME Convenient to',|i carpeted. Large tree'd. fenced lot, owners policies for Club. Extraordinary privacy and gracious, living are
readers. Make that mon.y work for premises. Utilities included shopping center, No pets or children $32.000 firm.462-3998 or 3727734. Ask mobile homes. available In this 3 BR, 2/ BA| brick home.. An uncommon -

yout.Sell the FCAN way. Call $300/mOi Free parking. Eeono lodge ofSIark. Itchg 9/13 :ti for Jessie. 9/13 4tchg 10/04 Call for Quote concept of living. Superb condition.
964-63O5 oak for Sylvia Today ., 96.7600.5/03 tfn : SAMPSON LAKE HOME 3/2. reduced to o .A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLEi inlaY the
,DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 HELP WANTED \ $79,900. All amenities Included. A Olin's Mobile pleasures available In this beautifully constructed

BA apt. For more Information call Lake must to see. Dan Jones 4 Associates, white brick 4 BR, 3 BA with a great swimming pool.
BUSINESS Butler Apis., 4963141. Equal Oppor A SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE Inc ((904))7444644. Itchg 9/13 Home Sales Designed with the family In mind.

tunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg MANAGEMENT position In Macclenny.' Elaine M. Olin, Agent l DISCOVER A WORLD OF BLISSFUL PRIVACY within
OPPORTUNITIESOWN 1 BR DUPLEX-Furnished. 116 N. Myrtl. Good starting salary. AC 2 BR apt. In.:... REAL ESTATE this new stone cypress, dramatic, contemporaryon

$275/mo. $150 security deposit. Phon.964.4YJB.v.nings ....... eluded. House Ins. Plan available Additional OUT OF AREA 964.5606 a 10Ac. site In the city. Sumptuous touches Include .
8/30 tfn i
benefits. Call 1.466.3534
YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR BATHS fringe gorgeous wallpaper 2 fireplaces, 4 BR, 2 BA
NICE ROOM WITH PRIVATE
for Interview. 7/05 tin
ladles Apparel Combination Ac. with excellent traffic pettern.
Six. Star. National 964.6035.8/30 tfn GOVERNMENT JOISt FIVE ACRE Southern Kentucky farm onCumberland FLORILAND
cessories.
Larg
North 301 TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE IT Charming nearly new
HOUSE 2 BR. 1 BA.
COVE
$16,559-$50,553/Yr. Now hiring. Your
brands Jordach. Chic I*., Levi River Paved road, land
: brick 3 BR, 2 BA home on 1'Ac.. Near Country Club.Great .
furnished. R.nt $225. Security .
Partially Area. Call ((805)) 6876000. Ext. R-S504. level with trees $10,000.
Vonderbllt, liod Esprit Brlttanla some
$225. Call Tiffin 8 Owen Inc. 964.5065. REALTY' FR. fireplace, scrn'd porch, 1150 heated S.P
8/234tpd9/l3 '
Calvin Klein Sergio Volente, Evan Copeland Realty, Cellna Tennessee
Picon., Clalborne, Members Only Itchg 906EFFICIENCY AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservatlonists?, 38551. ((615)243-2674) or 258-3318. 964-7700 $45,000. Assum. mtg. appr $39.472. .
APARTMENT On.bedroom SMASHING Architect Tom Ton-
Organically Crown HealthTex, 700 stewardesses, and ground crew positions (icon) CONTEMPORARY.
others. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory 301 N. On. mil. north of Starke city available. Call 1-(619)-569-631S( ) 393 N. Temple Ave. nerear designed this handsome, 2-story, cedar, at
airfare training fixtures, grand limits. $145/mo. $100 sec. dep. Call Tif for details 24-hrs. 8/30 3tpd 9/13 Vernle p. Odom Country Club. 2SB4 sq. ft. on 2 'lots. Beaut. Insul.Fireplace. .
openIng FOR SALE OR RENT
; .tc. Can op.n 15 day. Mr fin Owen, Inc. 9645065. I Itchg 9/06 EARN CHRISTMAS MONEY NOW I Broker-GRI'"' Only 3 yrs. old. SP$175,000mtg.. $73.000

Loughlln ((612)) ) 888-6555. I tpd 9/13 J34-C WEST CALL STREET On. bedroom' Ruby Harper, Rt. 3, Box 75, Starke, Ft. at 9Vi%. Mo. Pmt. 1691.".
apartment Tiffin C Owen Inc. 32091. 9/06 :2tpd 9/13 BUILDING FOR SALE OR RENT 24x64. IN BUSINESS NEW LISTINGS

LAND FOR SALE 9645065. Itchg 9/06 FULl TIME SECIETAIY IRECE..TIONISTa.r Will build for tenant. Have 2 Ac. Will PAVING RENT TERMS OF 12% POSSIBLE ace cleared w/approx,
FURNISHED HOUSE with one bedroom Must type 50 correct WPM., Must be, invest. Rt. 301 and 18 6 miles S. ofStork. Coll today to, ask 700 on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep wells 3 septic tanks
;: A/C. $190 per mo; $100 sec. d.p. Call pleasant on phone, handle. AccountsReceivable. .. See Tony or call J.K., owner about properly 2 MH; Butler Bldg. Stocked pond I creek.
NEWT DEVELOPMENT V4 oc. 9647625. 1 tpd 9/13 "
Approx. S.nd resume to P.O. 18136898011. 4tchg 9/13
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PRICE REDUCED COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 215 ON 3011
lots* Paved streets, central water. $100 FURNISHED A/C KINGSLEY LAKE COT. Drawer A. Include salary requirements. WILL 2
SELL OR LEASE BR, 2 BA 64x14 Heart
Assume Vi located In the of Sterke. 1100
I 11 I % Bldg.
dn$ $75/mo. Own.r financed. TAGE 3 BR. $350 month 10-month 9/13 tfn Mobile home. Unfurnished kitchen mtg. appro."
4733454. 3/29 tfn lea... No pets, no children. 964-6491. THE CITY OF IAWTEY is taking applications equip., central heat and air 8 ml. S. of on 3.4 BR, 2 BA home .sq. ft. Multiple uses.
S-10'ACRE LOTS near Lawtey on Rood 9/06 tfn for part-time office help., Requirements Storke on SR.100. $285 per mo., 1st and Near schools. N. WALNUT ST. HWY U COMMERCIAL CORNER
125 Call 964.4983.8/16 fin NEW I4.72, 2 BR TRAILER With sunken are: high school' graduate, last and damage 1.797.1927.9/13 tfn LOTS 'Bldg. appro., 2700 sq. ft. Priced right. $51.500 with
IY pWNERi 20 Plus Acres. Good bath plus 1 1i baths All appliances Included some knowledge of typing, bookkeeping Zened trailer Ex good terms. Good building.

pasture. Small woodland area. Stocked washer/dryer AC furnishedwith and filing. Send resume to: City of MOBILE HOMES cellent financing. .......
list pond. 964.8138.9/06 4tchg 9/27 exception of couch. Call after Lawtey P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey Fl 473' on 301 South. Corner \ LAKE BROOKLYN! 100' sand beach. Ideal for leisure
LOT FOR ALIt 70x135' In Peek's Subdlvlsiofl 3:00: 964-8106, Saturday and Sundayall 32058. These must be received by Sept. FOR SALE lot. S Ac. Owner living. $47,000 w/mtg of $2...(..
near Klngsley Lake at Junction of day. 9/13 Hn 27, 1984.9/13 2tchg 9/20: will hold mtg. ROOM TO ROAM I 256S sq. ft. home Is located on
16 end 230. ((404)) 761.8840.9/06 2tchg NICE NEIGHBORHOOD 3 BR, 2 BA MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOME Beu; .171 Ac. near Graham. 3V4 Ac. w/3 BR, 3 BA I CH/A. Has panelling I
9/li n.w.r home. Unfurn., has stove 4refrlg. SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy
flooded with offers) Detailsrushh) Financing available toluellfled fireplace. 105000.
LOT JOR SALE Excellent lot for home. ., CH/A. Corner lot. No pets. stamped self-addressed envelopeft 301 N. Starke. 964.4414 or 9644778. I 4.9 Ao.i Beaut brick home.
buyer. 1500 ft. 3
Near Madison Street Baptist Church.Clt''wol.r 1350/mo.. plus $100 sec. dep. Call Come out and check out the bargains, Approx. sq.
DSJ. Dept. CC. 2709 Bird Nest Ct., ( FOR RENT.Trolf.r.ColI yrs. old. Great room w/flreplace. Comp fenced.
and sewer available. Call 964-7826, 9.5 days, 964.6058 eves, andweekends. Deland. FL 32720. Itpd 9/13 4/26 tfn .
1 Wl MOBILE HOME Flintstone Today. Assum. mtg. .
4962554. tpd 913YARD Itchg 9/13 Vega by
AND PERSONS
NON-PRIOR PRIOR' SERVICE
KITCHENETTES V.ry low price TV A/C. WANTED The Florida Air National ; JBR, 2 full baths, 14x65-fireplace, total QUIET LIVING 3 BR, 1V. BA: located at 1320 SearIng -
SALE Underwood electric take of St. CB w/approx. 1700 sq. ft.
All utilities Included. Guard Is now recruiting for.the over payments F366-Home on lokefront
Motel, 3'/i miles north on US 310. Itchg 202 C.E.G. Sq..,located at Camp Blan- $212/mo. Call 9645306. 8/30 ItfnftO Bro.zewayworkshop, THINK COUNTRY Converted OW on 10 A. fenced
400 SOUTH WATER STREETi Across from 9/13 land. Grow veyon'tleared 2.5 A', 3 BR; 1% IA
:
ding. These ore part-time! military pottlons dock, bocHw/mofor.-Vldlng
<1'
Jon. Funeral Ham. parking lot. Plant HOUSE ON KINGSLEY LAKE No pets, no in the Civil Engineer' fields FiM'ta'-' : u MONEY DOWN'' mower homels furnishedPriced -.. w/scrn'd back"porch.YetI,,li'n4.III,/m',MS.'OOO.
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Sol. Friday A Saturday 9:00: til dark. children. Calf 533-2433.:9/13 tfn formation about the Best part-time lob ta.autlful 2' 'Bit. 1984'Mobile at S35.0OO..' .4 BR STUCCO Has sep. apartment. On ,f.4 Ac.
IIpd 9/13 MOBILE HOME) Central heat/air. Clean.' In America contact TSG Carl Sievers at Home. Take up Estate settlement. Was $48.000. Now 40000.
Unll
SATURDAY ONLYl Garage sale. Gr..n $175 mth. plus' deposit. Weekdaysafter 9045332268. Itchg payments of $144.83 per I368.6- EfficiencyApartment 'PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEYi NW 75th Av. 2% Ac. SP$43.SOO.Owner
Acres Subdivision. On. mil. w..t of 4-30 all day Sat. and Sun., call m'o. w/approved credit A Rental. Room fin. 20% dn., 12% lot IS yrs.

301 to G.n. Drive, turn left look for 9648704. Itchg 9/13 913'L \. '. $100 closing cost. Mr.Butler. for expansion. J75.00O.: COMPLETELY RENOVATED Coiy, brick stucco on
.. IIpd 9/13 2 BEDROOM Air and heat furnished. Terms.
Rd. 230A. 3 I.. 1 BA. CH1A.
: decorated.
...:.. Beautifully
MOVING Stove, 2 relrlg., beds, bisque $200 per month. 964.7047. 9/13 2tchg ..r 1-473-7MT 1354-1 Ac. Ranchette. 3 BR
SECLUDED. CHARMING old. /
Only
e 2-story
doll clothes, Avon, fans 9/20 l'/i BA Home. Mintcondi yrs
stereo, desk
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r.lpoding.quipm.nt, and other ".m.. 2 MILES NORTH OF STARKE: 2 BR. .,1 BAfurnished JDo si. 1 1L 1h tion. $44,500.'Coll BR. 3 ''' BA, CHIA seperate offlcerfn city limits,fishpond
-lt-Yours all. And on 7 acres. Have to see to'believe! 100000.
OnC Prison ground.. in Raiford on washer/dryer. $323 per mo. Subscribe to see our 4
Mickey Rood. Fri. < Sat. 8 tit ?? Itchg plus utilities. ((904)) 7869189. Itpd 9/13 1 bedroom 2 bath home on NICE ACREAGE Great ,.rlc..20 plus acres locatedon
9/T3 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-LAKE GENEVA $ $ J I Today// 21 .6 ac. Priced at $63,000. Morgan Rd. 3 w.II.2; sep. tanks. sm. barn I

THREE FAMILIES Fri. Sot. 9 a.m. Fur- AREA 3 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home. 12x70 = Terms available. toolshed. Can be divided. $27.000 ea. or $50,000 all.;

nitur. carpets, heaters, drill press w/exlenslon. Fully furnished private, REDUCED TO $3'.900-442 N. ,Walnut St. Approx.
stand, clothing housewares. etc. quiet secluded. Spacious grounds. Plumbing Supplies Janet M. 2010 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA specious family room.
Noth 301 just before Textile Town. Children welcome $225 per mo. $100 """ li, *70( W. CALL, STi Only $35.0001 Beautifully ape

Itchg 9/13 d.poalt.964-7642. Itpd 9/13 From / 1.. I! pointed 2 BR super living and dining rooms. Plus :2
PLANT SALI THURS.-SATi 912 Raiford ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Starling enclosed porches. Cosy kitchen Separate garage

Rorfd (SR 16W). Plants, furniture, etc. : 403 N. Walnut St. Itpd 9/13 Durranco Realtor NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKOn 2'/. Act, located
1IPd 9/13 MOBILE HOME 2 BR with explando living ,...... Roberts Rd. off'Rd. .16. 3 BR. 2 IA. CH&Aj Carport.
SATURDAY. I A.M..12 NOON 301 S. In room. $200/mo.. 1st and last months & 2V4-10 Ac.: $2.000 .BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean 5 yr old 2
front of Outfitters.'Across from KOA.h..lorg. rent. $150 sec. dep. Call after 6 p.m., Pump. .9 Ac. ac., $M N.Temple.. Ave.. BR., IV. IA. CH/A. Double carport on 3 Ac. '
I Pv'drntq
mens clothes, baby Items 9646054.913 2tchg 9/20 --- : Stefke, Fl JM9I .
baby cloth. 18 mos-2 & 3. Hou..hold Supply I Co. 12500. IVININO.ear.
.20 Ac.;Cov'd .In pines. STROUTREALTY .
items. Itpd 9/13 LA""N ouTlAw..trrs IDVINOCIAM.M,M4NSSMAXINI '
U.S. 30T H.-," N. T.mpl. 96470611L .50 Ac.: $50.000.STATELY TOMMY CHASTAIN.*.43I5 sootH 41.1..2,
Starke. Florida OLDER HOME; .cO-ouAlro NOVIS WA 0 rN.'.MWAVNIDQUCUAStttUt IAVI MUUIN 4SI-IS41f
ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. MOKM A7/1ri LANO/OROW22rb

:'J7. 'L '!- *. .REMOTEQUIET SET, ,"..nt 473-304
I J '(Good Prices TlNG:2 BR, 2 BA. $37,750

RealtorFormerly :. 1 I'' For Water Heater. .14 Ac: $1,750 p.1 ac.
1 1 I .3 BR. 2 BA: Country.
FAULKNER: REALTY :t I l Water Pumps, 25500. Hale and AssociatesReal
And
? ..-1) Other Supplies FEED STORE: $45,000.
? I. 964-5065 ,-. ._ LIQUOR STORE Estate Inc.

AND LOUNGE located Corner of SIM 21

;: 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone SERVICE STATION & SR-18 Worthinqton Springs ., .
WE DIG WELLS $40,000 ,
:: Mon.-FrI. 8:30a.m. to 5:30p.m. Saturda 9 a.m. 12 noon .3 BR, $25.000: t, 496-3939. 462.3068, '
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I 2" to 6" > Stat Licensed ; frontage. ,
*SPACIOUS OLDER HOME: In lawtey. Large trees, deep shady porches.and sun ,
roofr. .. Specializing In Farms
7B2-3931
((904)) ,
*STRAWBERRY ACRES: 2 DBL W M/H. 8,5110 Acres. Priced to sell. When You Need A Plumber, P.O.Drawer M Mobile
and
Home
tEN ACRES WITH SOME PECAN TREES: Across from Lost Volley Campground.. Call for Fast Service 964-7061. 301 $. Law .y Acreage Building or Lots

'*:3/> ACRES on Hwy 16 West Some hwy. frontage. I \: : 30O down ;-, *7200 per. month
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*!4 ACRE TRACT. House or Mobil. Home
*AUTO GARAGE: Hwy 301 N. Excellent location and nice DW with all the extras : f-, '

41 Blk. off Hwy 301 N. Nice remodeled' 3 BR. 1 BA on 1 Ac. Check Our 'Rates .

Hwy 100 E. 3 BR. 1 BA CB on. I Acre,. > ,
*+fATERFRONT01S.: '. j "

HWY 16 l.i lovely 40 Ac. farm with house. Or will split .." :. STARKE RADIATOR'AUTOMATIC : New: Listings Needed ",
hARGE 3 2 3'
BR. BA HOUSE on 230. Nice shaded lot. '

tOO ACRE HAMPTON AREAS Only $800.00 per acre. & _

*I APARTMENT UNITS Both need remodeling i TRANS.. n. ., '
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*(f. CENTER STREET: House with two rental apartments. 71300. Excellent location I' -

foffuture*SIX ACRE development.FARMETTE: Good for development on Hwy, 16.- Close to,prison<,' ,,.". ICE Carpet t : :
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*ClVE ACRES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA; Only 13.000.,Term. "*", W':(<,j/v/ : ,- ; : li:: $ j'4 ,5s.;; : f: rd
W. :
*2 BR MOBILE HOME: One acr? In country. Owner motivated to sell, Priced at only .
s4500.;! ". r ., .v.!O",;,r,,,+<<"ft"tk.,'" 4- 810 1 ,Cleaning Iill Hall) Available

*,WALNUT STREET! lovely old Slarke landmark needs restoring, V.Ji; .1 ,\' "
*:3 V. ACRE: 8eautlfulland with MH. Only $18.000. j,'. +Ii T' \\oi SR J6' & (U$ (Deep Seat Extraction? li MM AVa4IB 4g. 7. T
.301. "
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COUNTRY STORE GROCERY t GAS: I In good location. i", VI '. 11'\ r ':Whole House "' **
; Special
*4,6ACRES In lawt.y Area. Hwy 301 'frontage.) '. We Do Generom.ti Repairs-! AM. p*.,.**, ,3 or.f.) ,.;59
.:lEASED.? 10 Ac. Hwy. 301 N. ; *
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\ 1, ', .: I ;Carpet:.Dyed <9i ).. . ... . 59"
I a ACRE RANCHETTI with pecan tr-.. > f i.1'; '\?" ,r' We now service & reiraWI automatic transmissietts' ,1' ',',' ',' .
..tt ACRES with lovely new home. Completely furnished.Ownef, Ilnoncl", .-., :' \ Furniture'Cleaned **
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CUTLER TERRACE BR, 2 BA. ," ,'. .. -We;clean, repair, r cOre rndiMoWe .. (S.CllIIIt/.I.< ) ;. ...,. 44 '. i'
WWY 301 S: 38 Acres. n/ r :
POULTRY FARMS Call for Infdrmotlort.Q5 ., '
404ICE< ACRES BUILDING on Hwy..225 Eorlt.an"hoch. ." 1 : Lei l us automotive ; Bradford> ;4,,;Union ,Co. :and ;surrounding areas
LOT at :; .i.: "" & replace your r .. : gtoit. : > .
WTEY AREA 107 : 0 : 2 f :t t : Rerlda ?
: acres. ,t'-.l!,;? ..:' Carpet Cteaning ,& Con
: Dye : ;
jl BR,.'3 BA IN TOWN Convenient lo *EHOVAH ".. 1M ...".,,* ttj -MM.* tQ.Uftd) < .
WITNESS! CHURCH hlldl.'G..IGHWAY ,1( ptp- .
.... 301 N. Frontage 4'4 Ac:! only $2o.00o! */*t' f." : }x -W :wW also put vow fwwiifciw roirrof on your W ft. 4 : PROFESSIONAL .SERVICES'' FFER 0 ''

HAMPTON: 34 Ac. form, with MH converted to look like house.,,Prked right of J3 l gt-'W'<"< ,
$49,000. J, ."" # shield Still// Toe Bestwace In, ToWn tit WI.pocbl iu .hll cIs.M***....*. *"l ttf waN*. w1lNo c.lplf h/f'/ ..i .. ......

"WE HAVE SEVERAL UNADVERTISED LISTINGS CALL,TODAY .ilh 1II1., ..WS'11e.. ..s.t...... We offet bids on coalm.rcW I oentract., .
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'. ASSOCIATES! 'To7Tok/ look' '3a 41dr ltlze; Discount 0 "
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MUeoge Chor free
I >N iU YOUNG 94-7325 ,BO*MATHEWS 964-7381 I j' One : : ": :CaH ," ; .
; Day Service. r ':.J on most.jobs. 64.4997/'Call-,
:::-. ELISE JOHNS, 964-55J9 '' t I','. .\Answn'CitW'((904)) '358-0889 Satisfaction GUIran .

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FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES >ti. I'j';;, CARS, TRUCKS ? ,i i ,, ': ,
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS r & BOATS ;'" iu I : well* JUS> :'OMPLTI' 3 SR. 2 bath ,in : : '
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Starke.Available PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Com. d I j' 1 HP STA-r.RITi: : multl.tofledeep : v
REALTY.REALTOE 2 Inch adopted' CA 42,'Con-oite', t Keystone Cub> I Estate Heat pump : y ,
Rental Property Avallabl. now. 1st mo. plus security plete town "core and maintenance\ '. :JVM PINTO STATIONWAOON loWmll.age. lank pump drop"line. (jet lend screen. Used: garage, many extra. Near gocourse. /- : :
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ZONED POtt BUSINIJS C.ntrallocatlon. deposit. 1-473-2006. Itpd 9/13 Commercial or residential1./ Free t excellent condition. :'Call 6 month*. S300 or best off,(V 473-7529'J See to appreciate By owns; < h:.
on HWY21. 050 tq.It.. $300 per mo. NEW 14x72 2 BR TRAILER With sunken estimate.473r2197 nings.8O3ttlnMISCELLANEOUS {,5473-7962. 2tchg 9/13.9/20 1tpd YI9: V t 47'.259$ 3ipd 9/6.9/20 ;;S?; ;:S
WHITE SANDS lAKIt SB*. 1 BA. CI' bath plus IVt bathroom, all appliance ** > ,!'77 CHEVROLET PICK-UP $1,295, AC. S CARAT DIAMOND liNG'II( excellent ,11.\12 ASSUMABIB, MOOT. Keyst6n7 S;:

house,. screened porch garage $325: Included washer/dryer, AC .1 iIAY:1 '5. PB, AMFM CB Good tire and quality must tee to) {appreciate.3774B48e ." I'Club Estate? 2 BR t 1/2, bath ''I!_ Ii::
mo.KEYSTONE furnished with exception of couch. Call : ,/?new battery Call 473-2252 Jtpd 9/13 t. 109 khg 9113 norwegian brick greatroom, I6undry ;:
HEIGHTS REALTY, alter 3:00.: 964.6106, Saturday and Sun. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSI Closed 19EI FORD STATION WAGON full size SACRIFICE :3 carat diamond rlna._ very room porch, garage, cypress; fenced !:1? I.,

Realtor 473-4M1 day all day. 9/13 tfnPERSONAL meeting Monday 8 p.m. Open 9 seats, air cruise, tilt wheel PS, PB high .quality yellow gold bond, '. bock yard walk to golf<:oor.e. *4 .SCO j! s

6/21 tfnchgGATORIONE I meeting Friday 8'p.m. Alanon Monday automatic overdrive, 22-24 mpg new 377.484&eMt. 10.Ithg 9/13 with IIISOO down. 4732538 eve. *, or.; .
SERVICES 8 p.m. All meeting at Educational '.litres brakes. $5.600. Call 473-2784, RAILROAD TltS Some S2 and same $1. weekend,91l3tfpchg, ;.,rtiti
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LAKE- 2BR. air. gas heal Building Community Church 473-2790 2tchg 9/13-9/20 U-load and haul. Call 473-2505'at / ACRES 2Bft. 2 Bath factory room anCC:;. ,
wood stove, 24x24 great room largo or 473-2130.. tfnchg Hlllcrest; Lak..ltpd 9/13 2 additions. All with new root over, air ;
porch on 3/4 acre*. $339 per mo.,lint CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS-: due, FOR SALE ,.C. PENNEY CO Big Sept.:' custom electric:, central heat ,and air ailing -
last and depo.lt. 169430876rfncha kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry; : fan, side by side wlth'ke' and water
fee or weigh In* Open meeting decorating sole Up to 50 percent; oft, .
DEER SPRINGS LAKE- 2 BR. furnished Reasonable price Call 473-4018 after Church dishwasher sofrT.V: tower solar hot* -
7:30 ,
Tueiay', : p.m. Community custom drapes, bedspread carpet
mobl'e homo-new nice deck awning 3:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg Educational Building Keystone SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC vertical blind. Call 1.721.2820 and ask water utility building ,pole building,...;, k" (
picnic; ; table, $360 p.r month and CARPET AND ,VINYLi Repair and In. Height, 473-2790.pd thr 7/26tfnchfl pipes and fittings Water ,softeners, for Joyce McCee. 3tchg 9/13.9/27 > patio and carport fenced 'and, fruit,,.., :
deposit. Call 473-2232 Itpd 9/13 stallations. Free ..tlmat... Ten year PAC RAT- Buy Sell and trade, Used fur Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts., trees 39.900 with 10,000 down at, 12-;..,
IDxSS MOBILE HOME Partially furnished experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for nlture, appliance, household Item, 'I, 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg I .LAKEFRONT 75,80 ft. on Clo .:wat.t percent or 3S.90O cash, Call 473-7)39-) ?.. 'I

central heat and air. $180 per Craig. 5/17 tfnchg collectable, glassware, old jewerly I AMWAY PRODUCTS!.Call to place your :' lake in Interlachen, .Flo.; Call, ,'H.I.,. on Custafson Road, 3tpd 91 1?,.9',70Subscribe ,?..,,
month with $100 security deposit. Call HANDYMAN All kinds of horn repair, tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 orders Nutrlllte Vitamins. Need extra 964-4415* Itchg 913IAKIFRONT :

496-2203 or 473-7573 day or night Itpd /mobllhome repair, and fix-up need TOUR ISRAEL. 10 days, First class, very 73.3671.5/10 Income? Call us for, detail. HOME ON ClIARWATIR : / :a a..K.ysloneHeights ; :.. ,,

No |lob too small. Minor plumbing reasonable, reliable, Christian group tfnchg 262'4 LAKE In Interlachen. 3 BR, 2 BA.,2.cargarage .'",;:.
SWAN CREST NURSERY mile .
HELP WANTED repair Cleaning service. Light haul : '
Ocala 1-346-2167 or 1.622.5700 2tpd fenced yard fenced dock14x40 :,(',
ing. Call Jim 473-3671, day or evening. east of Melrose. Aialea sale, 50 cent '' ., .
473-2310'
8/23-9/20 screened pool, den; IR DR.wash .. :
each $limit.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER for parttime 5/17 tfnchg. 475-1639 8/16tfnchg house and workshop. Call H.t.1 *bl',
.
DAY CARE Before' and after school. :3 GRAPES- U-Plck. Lilly's Vineyard and
.
work In Keystone .
Height office 964....". 913MOBILE NOTICE .
YARD SALESATURDAY Itchg
Gourd Look for the
,Coll Carolol 473-3127. llchg 9/13 year and older. Flexible hour Closeto Museum big sign. ".
school Christian Hwy 100 Florahome. 6592121.4tchgO16913 '
CHOIR DIRECTOR Keystone Clean
United Methodist Church.Apply Keystone home.Call 473-7529 2tpd 96913'AINTlNG' SEPT. 15 10 a.m.. Hwy 21 HOMES' CLASSIFIED'ADVERTISING; should be submitted I
473-3829 GRAPES to the lake Region Monitor of JAA.'
8/30-9/13 Interior-exterior. across from Methodist Church In YOU PICK light and Dark
BABYSITTER 2tchg NEEDED Reference ,' 73-7517 4tchg 8/30-9/27 Keystone Heights. Furniture, pool longneckers take SR-26 2 miles east of flee in writing and paid' In advance\,)"
In home for 10 '
old after my table, other Final; Orchid plant sale. HWY 301. ,then North 1 3/4 miles. See 1977 MANATEE MOBILE HOMI 1465. 2 unless credit i I. already' estobllshesl" I
year Call Gloria school. Melrose area NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call Itchg 913OWNERS signs From Melrose mile west then BR 2 both Central H/A Gal 'furnace, with this office. V r"
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER 395.1414.2tpd 8/30-9/13 Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance MOVING SALE Sot. and Sun., 1 3/" miles north. Open Monday never Used Penny Farms 529.9604 MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD**"

Office In Lawrence' Blvd., ,Keystone Sept. IS and 16. Furniture, small appliance Saturday 8 a.m. 6 p.m.. Sunday 2:30 4tchg 8/30.9/27 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN'-'' '
Keystone Heights area. Send resumeto NEW 14 FOOT mobile home en Deer CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVEY I
P.O. Box Height 473.7272.7/19 tfn *, baby needs, garden equipment 6:30. .75-1151 or 473-2702 tfnchg 8/23 ,
364. Lake Geneva Fl > "
Spring lake. Furnished big" deck and THE TELEPHONE. <
32660. All NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck art and photo supplies and HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec
1tchg9/13 replies kept. confidential. Satterwhlte. State Farm Insurance, linens. Lake Geneva Estates on Alderman lion plus organ mu>ic$993. Call awning S29.SOO $3000 down and 11 Classified deadline I I. Tuesday node
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Height, Rood.Itpd 9/13 473-2210 weekday or 4734648weekend percent balance. Call 473-2252 Itpd prior to Thursday publication. --*, !
73-7272.7/19 tfnCARS for appointment to see. tfn 9/13 Minimum charge Is I IS words for S3.79,
then 10 cents fqr each word thereafter

Starke Ads I I
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FOR SALE & TRUCKS WANTEDAXLES PERSONAL SERVICES I PERSONAL: SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICES ,,:b-: !

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MOLLS OF HAYi Order your hoy 'for the) 79 FIESTAi Very good condition. TIRESi Two axle and lour' tire*. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS R TAILOR HOUSEKEEPER Experienced ReliobleooV; 'no>d I
4-peed. $,"00. negotiable. Approx. 30'
winter and leave it under my bam until Highest price paid. Green' Welding make cleaned' oiled and j
adjusted
mph. Call 473.4337 evening 8/23 tin All kind of sewingColl 9645988. Itpd Your house cleaned to yoi Ho3' :: I
, needed. Rolls of Alicia $25 at barn. 178 GRAND PRIX PONTIAC 40,000'miles. Shop. 301 South Storke, FL. 9645007. $15. Work guaranteed James 9/13 guaranteed satisfaction Call KOrOf\ )i'1. '
Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn. Power brake 11/03 tfnchg Strickland corner Morgan Rd, and GET MARRIED IN OATllNBURCi Second 964-4002 or 964-5281. Itpd ., 13 )BlOBILL'S
Argentina Bohia. $20 at barn. Hay Barn cond.steering power RELIABLE MIDDLE AGED WOMAN or 'Hwy. 16. Starke, 12/29 tfn marriage welcome, marriage SAW SHOfl Complete shorpeningItoservice ,
and air $2675. 7823307. Itpd I
7 Miles N. of Stork. on Road 16. 9/13 retired couple to live In and take core CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free renewal-vows. Photograph, music circular' hand carbide; cholnjVilo ,

Delivery available at extra charge '83 LINCOLN! 4-door. Signature series. of two elderly men. Light housework estimates Handy-Man Fence; Co. flower, personalized ceremony mower blade hollow ground ondjn)
782.3727 alter 5 or 964-6167 Arthur' like 473.2211.8/30 Hn cooking, driving. Salary plus room and Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559..3/29 GATLINBURG'S LITTLE MOUNTAIN balanced, leave Jackson BulldmggoJI

Gasklns. 8/23 4tchg 9/13 nil now VW RABBIT Convertible. Was board. Call 431-1304. 8/16 tfn tfn CHURCH WEDDING CHAPEL ((615)) Supply Storks I Keystone, Height or.- -
WE BUY, SELL OR TRADES Gold silver' or' $7300. now $6900 Firm. 964-6020. WANTED PEOPLE who want to lose MACHINE QUILTING Crib'to King slie. 436-7773. Rev. Ed Taylor. (Icon) Lake Butler. TFNchg
diamond.. Call 9604.4238.30. 3tchg 30-50 pound on natural food product. Also have quilts for sole. Assorted GLASS CUT TQ ORDER, Doors, windows
9/13 174 TOYOTA TRUCK Long wheel bases And hare In company profit. Coll sites and design Betty Hildebrand etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY..
32 BUS/MOTORHOME APARTMENT 4-speed, A/C. Runs good. 782-3722. ((904)) 266-4318 for>appointment. 8/30 9648122.621 tfnchg 964-6078. Order also taken In lake .Ywt:
Ready to live In. $1800 or will trade for 912 LARGE MODEL LTD A/c cruise tilt, 4tpd9/2O WANT TO DIINK'THATS Butler 496-3079.: and GREAT PLACE TO RAISE to
anything. 964-6020. Itchg 9/13 etc. 17.000 miles. $7.300. 964-4223. JOB WANTED Willing to work for rent. ti'' YOUR BUSINESS 473.4973. 2/26 Hn, KetstoneHeights ''A.AMlLY:1),:
FORD 360 COMP needs head gasket, Itchg 913GOVERNMENT Ha farm 8 carpenter or will do most WANT TO STOP? mile !
Country living 6
yetionly' to
$50; 3 spd. trans, $...0; '/ .ton rear end, SURPLUS CARS AND anything. Ha 5 year old ton. Need to i. THAT'S OURS Will BABYSIT WEEKDAYS from 6:30 a.m.o I Bradford ,KCraj
On
$40; 351 Dev. 27,000 ml. Needs TRUCKS under $100. Now available In work. Reliable and dependable. Taw .' Alcoholics Anonymous '' 6:00: p.m. Teresa Meng. 468.1399.. Square paved rood 41 l
feassembling3100. 310 N. Church St. your area. Call 1-(619)-569-0241.( ) 24 Deel. P.O. Box 333. Bostwlck. 32007. .' ,''''.'' S0-IWfN4.964.5154 9/13 4tpd 1004BABYSITTER 1800 Sq. Ft. CBS home w'3 BR. 2 BA YII
after 7pm. Itpd 9/13 hrs. 9/06 3tpd 9/20 Itpd 9/13 '. ALANON WANTEDi 3 day per week and. 4lh 8R or den. Ceiling fans. nq

FIVE RABBITS four does. Breeding stock. 19i9 CHEVY' IMPALAS 4-door. .350 HOME FOR LOVABLE DOGS Great Dane FAMILY GROUP 6:25 a.m. to 8 a.m., must take child to CH A. fireplace grill. .cr..n.d'. .

One male. $10 each. Call. 9644610. engine Inside and outside In good con- Labrador mixed. Very gentle' and good '. '''-6219 school. Phone. 964.1792.9/13 2tchg porch D R; Eat.In Kitchen, trees, fal
Itchg: 9/13 dition. Good tire and new battery. with kids. Call Bert Williams Jr. pd thru 8/16 ESTATE large fenced yard Room for a horse .,i i.

TWO CHICKEN HOUSES 30x500 for sale 964.6528. 9/13 tfn 964-7076 or 964.8747. Itchg 913MISCELLANEOUS .BACK TO SCHOOL MONEY AVAILABLE FURNITURE SALE ,(Nearby public boot ramp on Ig. lake M
on Grlffls Loop. Call 964-7893. 9/13 1977 CORVETTE T-TOPi $2,000 down and Call lit langley 961.5010.8/30 tfn Antique wicker, love $50,000By ',9

2tchg 9/20 take over payment of $177 mth. ,TYPING/WORD PROCESSING done In my Own.r.Call'U.7131
HIDE-A-BED COUCHi $100.Call 9647521. 964.4295 or 96/-8175. Itchg 9/13 home. Fluent In medical terminology.No seat mahogany server v14i2.
tables, swivel rocker,
Itchg 913FIEIIIII.25 1912 FORD F-100 TRUCKS Excellent cond. |lob too large or too small. Day '
cu. In., 6 ft. long. Perfect Asking$6200. Call after 5:00. 9604-6238. FREE PUPPIES ,Shepherd-mix.; 9 w..k.I 782.3239.nlng 7823793. 8/304tpd and more .<>.\.'. 'j
Fri. I Sot. 32* W..South I
running condition. $200. Call .68.25043 9/13 tfn old. Good home onlyl I Coll Susan. .... .. .. Subscribe !
after 6 p.m. I Itchg 9/13 1968 DODGE MONACO SOOt Good body 9644467. Itpd 9/13

REDBONI COON HOUND female pup- motor needs work. Make best offer Fill TO GOOD HOMES Pit bull crossfemale.rGoodhogdog Subscribe I -
Today ,
::1's .pies.(3)). Three month old.,$100! .each., A ,. Coll.964-6W, ask for ,George Davis. t ; ,-vm catch. ;iJR.AOF.O'RD' ,Man..m.nt. .r. .. ",gp.ning. ?' ?u .1 I t'.8"'t'or!o1r yck1.;.,,,, J derI.
9647302. 9/13 9/20 .. J.. COUNTY Proven \ r41a nol
J
.. 2tchg '" / I"t Gentle with people. Very obedient. For Performer! + ., 494.226j"
.. '.. THE CITY OF LAWTEY I. accepting bid MOTORCYCLES 9646845. Itpd 9/13 TELEGRAPH Assistant. Manager position for aggressive manager .iol

,, for a compactor garbage truck. M maybe 964-6303 looking for a permanent move. Responsibilities will KeyitoneHgrs. ntl
UTAH
teen at the Lawtey Compound. The 473 2210
ht refuse YAMAHA XS.2 6SOt Twin. Extra. $600. Include management of production, fleet and pros .:AI
to
City reserves or
should any 964.8608.1tchg 9/13 curement of row material. Sale and or processing StarheCallMonlvt. (coe
: all bid. Bid be sent tot City of
1910 18811969 I experience would be beneficial
FL SUZUKI VWl 9645999. highly Individual 'lpl.
Lawtey P.O. Drawer G. lawtey
3305$. Used mower and part of Itchg 9/13 must. be able to motivate and manage people'In a 964.6305 :.OM
cost effective manner Salary and benefit, including .Itb,
mower far ale at Lawtey Compound package .
.. 9/11 Itchg 9/20, ,LOST/FOUND Dobbs Double ASeptic profit sharing plan. lei G
,MORGAN GELDING 3 yrs. old, good Send resume and lolary't.qulr.m.nt to PersonnelDirector GRAPES.0.
.disposition broken to work cattle Tank Cloanouts P.O. Drawer J. Hampton Florida 32044. 'YOU PICKMuscadines ;':

very quick. All tack Included. 1000. LOST Neutered Male Siamese Cat.'At* :;i And Pumping
Neg. 9604.88045. Itpd 9/13 Western Steer Steokhouse. I* wearing ; ;' -IT
PITT BULL 8 ROTTWEILSRi $30. Male' 3 blue collar. $23.00 reword. 5332916. Insulation and Repair C&C kVE O A Scuppernongs "

months old. 964.8845. Itpd 9/13 9/06 2tchg 9/13 So vices ELgO Look For Signs :;,:
p ....
RABBIT CAGES 964-8845. Itpd 9/13 I111ini I-Storage. QQtn
TANDEM TRAILER 6', ft. x 16 ft. 1983. \ LILLY'S VINEYARD J
7,000 Ibs. Goad for moving. Like new. 964-6931 art
Ifwy3ol-Souh-Star
$1,100.964-6842. c. 4 'GOURD MUSEUM o'I.

11,000 WATT POWER GENERATOR. like '/ MI.S. of Shopping Center 1l ... .11
; 't.":
now $330. 964-6842. Hwy 1 Florahome
Y MOPED-1982: Honda With all ,ac 964-6020 12 Ml E. of Keystone '.4
cessories. 600 Plus miles.. like.
.:'. Trudy, 659.2121 '
new. $330. 964-6842. Chimney Fires ::alt

1978 LINDE MOTOR HOME: 21 ft.; Dual BtAllOU Are Among the Top 10 n

,I'. Air, AM/FM cassette TV antenna Hom.-Flr. Hazards t>_ "'1'
cruise, bock porch. Beautiful $11,950. A Home for Sale I eve roe way r. t:

I 964-6842.Itpd 9/13 JANE S. USHER Dirty ChimneyAlso : TREE SERVICE' S
f JI 1'.NEW SEARS VHS Remote control;; $375: Cause Owner Financing to Qualified Buyer

'78 Concord DL Wagon loaded,.$1495. Heat lose .. Removal I -. II!
t Call 533-2502 or 964.4487. Itchg 9/13 Your Imps County Realtor. '.Smok..Fllled Room r 1' _'II

IS FT. BOAT motor and trailer for sale. 496-2126 or 496-2909 : Features: Brick. 3 Bedroom Home 2 ( Trimming

Will take smaller outfit In trade. .. Protect your home I double Stump Removal
368 w.. ..bake Ivler Baths. Family Room carport, Inside ,
964-8424. Itpd 9/13 And Family .1
.'COLOR TVt $99 and up. Next to Starke With'A SIU utility room. CH/A. Fenced rear yard F Ir.c \

Truck Stop south of Starke, 964.8217. Real Estate. Safe Chimney vv/utility building. 2400 total square feet. .Freer

11/24ttn Location 160 N.E. 9th lake -
; Avenue
MOBILE. HOME SUPPLIES Window/ Calls 964-8271 I '
door, plumbing'' and alec supplies: The, Best Investment Ilankenlhlp"Chlmn. Butler. After S.
Sw..p
also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER 1 ,, Call 496.2948 or 694-6610 (Ocala)

mile South of Slarke. 3/01 tfn 'You'll Ever MakeFOR Residence of Bernlce Sainte* \ Keystone

CHEST FREEZER 23 Cu. ft.'MontgomeryWord licensed & J

model,,$125. Call 9646805. 9/06 .
:

1974 2tchg VIKING 9/13 POP-UP CAMPERS Good SALE: PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS

condition sleep B, Ice box air conditioner HOMES* Special Bids

and heater, storage rack on BIAUDFUl EXECUTIVE BRICK HOMI en 3 i IxtO Building OcO"J:

back $1.000 Firm.964. .6805. 9/06 2tchg (plus) acre In lake Bvtler With SUPER location. : 20-Year $650 On. .
9/13' .; .Meet for ,home A office combination.Front I 'Corro.lonGuor. C ,:\
WHITE TWO HORSE TRAILER for sale. SOhp' 2 street for For Crosby
eesy access professional
1-2 ft
3 BtMko IIS.-
.26
m:
,, $5
Itchg
Mercury. Motor! 964-6678. or commercial use. Has potential for Income* 12x1txSShek.tr t .
9/13 'producing Investment Cell me and 11.CHIt 'I&r-t4"2'1": ---Y------..----.
SMALL: FARM"'7 4 ,Acres,' 'two tractor "FroM : : (Copies of ; !
large house.:'duplex % remodeled.Also hew.. Fee eppelntment anytime te,shew JAM TrartlprilkiiSc. ... S2tt, specifications. ,

., commercial meat taw tlker and ..S. USHIR.. RIAITOR.. t 2 ft 3 1..0. .'all.... I'W'' ..t Bradford
,, "JUST ,, '
THR
RIGHT SIZir Beautiful
electric _I... $900.' Call by appoint'ment country. ', ith'tf (N.greph:; !
9/13 view frem this hilltop term with 12 acres Providence C del Drawer Al ,"
964-5986.
.,. only. Itpd tut w.F.M.M ...... '
O
Price Reduced Low ?
,REMINGTON. M.M AUTOMATIC Model ,, area. ,Interest. offered .' 32091 :
742; Swivel and sling and extra clip. te qualified buyer. =-= 114-I312 .I'dl..needed X

3.' variable Weaver scope Wm. .... NIAR RMS ..- NEW llStlNO..3 bedroom brick --. '
t -
thru Scope Mount Call 782-3625 after I I home and S bedreem mobile) home en I acre*. I : I" ;

'pm. Itchg 9/13 Good liMome-preducIng. 'property*, Don't',... ,VACUUM ;
OUTSIDE SIGNS Quality. 2.3 ft.x18 ft. this up before you tee H. J ,

fluorescent Very good shape.Call H. ',. /(' OLDIE BUT OOOOR.-) ry '..-- ,In. ...... SALE 4 t HOMES "

9 4.1415.ltehg9/13 lulls"ImeHenf loe....... Over 2.000 se. ft,* ; :: LONGCHAMP, ; Paul .
e-MlflNM OAS TABLE TOP CHAR. Partially w/w carpet end OUA. Need tender .e+1E1110i USED: :

MOIltRi Toastmoster 2.< drawer levei end cere; Owner., wltHnj ;.e'da minerrepair We Finance'Our'Own _MC. I

warmer, aid bar with bowl andcrack *.ami alee finance te qualified" ,.buyer.Shewn ., KIRBYS, i. ? ustom Archery
and forks. Call H.I.944415.. -by eppelntment enty.ACMACHI. .. ROYALS 'c.-a.... .....

f Itchg HP fMGOS 9/13 8. STRATTON NOfNfi" 'Ver.'\ EUREKAS O.J *3 ..-..room; 'k Veneer Hom*e '
,.t ACRCSt bwlvd several .., oft
pines
tlcal shaft. $75. 964-66S3. Itpd 9/13 HOOVERS 1'.S Bathe CH/A; Carport Ulllltv Room Complete Equipment '1 1LEcTROLUX
ELECTRIC RANGE'4 moss old.. 11,080 bin'' tree and tobe ce ....... Property. .. .. M..2B7>' I. : ; t ;. ,
.eaii .., .. rp.tlnt. Sole I.
; nnencing .; 1\1 \ '
-.04362..1IO.U/13 .
A/C. '
,.10 ACID, tree. FILTER QUEENS. On Your Lot ) '
INGAL."/ OH 'TAHk : and stand.DuoThemt pine Werttiktgte Spr. t Custom Fletchlng ,, ., tt
ail hooter. Good condition, ksjk* .,... Owner wW finance e p..1 SEARS, Starting At '' : 'i__ I .
\ 207 N. Church St. ....6411I'2' : Itpd "/'s ,\ ,.,..... COMMERCIAL PrecUlon, .I '

TWO. MFWaCRATOM* Good condition )1.-!" ACRfSt Super hunting ere. Price reeW-- Wej'pair.all.makes ; a Much: Much More t( t
>(eneineed*'point) ,$.....- $*CL, 6* I led.: Owner ffnanctnsj, ever frenteoe.. 3.000 IV, to 4 ;i c 1 5''1., ',' $3450008 .. '
Chevy Von-aed work truck. NeD caeh reed frenteee.- Ai Young'sSinet ; *'-. before'you buy, give'w* e cal .
firm. .....JGl>> anytime. Itpd 9/13 :: :RtNTAlS .......... ......o PMeedag .. that accomplished! bow hwnteV, ,

CHOWQM PtASr Clean,..Leon. Starting, ;..3edresni.......an I ....re. fenced" kecfcyere'.,, 1957, ;;MMSwMII.nIIsaee/TSi.N" 'A dean* Come.,uw It I".t. phone
""o.'lid1o "'3 r,? fruit tree*'.Cent. NBA,'Out el t.... '. '964-6918 A>;'MwL4rh8Aer.agMiheE.N' l' ,colt away. Day nigh tiH JO f M,

,PANASONIC COLOR TVs 19". $200: U.',,, !P3 Beeieont |V' ....... In .....S*>ew Swbdl>. .Iailadsaa.aM:, t AL' _.L.- .i .

electric dryer. $75.'Coll' alter,9 pre, 5IO."" .... 3MHfte. MnRLI H m .. ': W' .... : :2919' J. ,
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964-4193., '- ,Itpd 9/4| 4 IiSS

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13.1984 ,
Page lOB September. < t' '. r ...diJWWI'1.Ni.:D\f: \ .,
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Obituaries *1r4f Memory
Loving
Mrs. Ena Knight Taylor, 88,.of fr/'Alfthua denera Card of ThanksOur help in our recent floral sorrow.offerings For the, Of In A Loving Mother
Willie A. Raulerson Lake Butler, died Sunday night In Sepli 11, beautiful service, Marlon Jones Gnann
Raiford Care Center in-, Hospital. Gainesville! following along and other kindnesses, we are deeply
:)3vilH A. Kaulerson.76,of Whispering Pines : 311915
Born: Aug.
cUed Saturday morning at home Starke following an extended illness. Illness. Pa. heartfelt thanks\to all\ who extended grateful.The 17, 1978 \
County, Mrs. Born in New Wilmington \ and Family Grade Hutto Died: Sept.
Bradford sympathy
in comforting
alter an extended illness Born moved to Winter Par ]
A life resident of Union and Taylor had lived most of her.Iife'in Miss Neale 1 } "
; long counties; and from' Melrose in 1950. She was a; i arrs .
Mr. Raulerson.was and Union '
counties. Bradford
QCadford teacher, media;
Bethlehem retired"'art .
of the "
Division of Cor- member
the
retired from was a and librarian from the .
member of the Primitive Baptist Church in Baker specialist, "
and was a Schoo
rations Seminole County ; '
& 1Ae3
Jfohnstown Baptist Church. three County. include one son, JerreU Orange Systems. Miss Neale graduated i O1stANNIVERSARY ,; : :
:Survivors include of Lake Survivors of Gainesville threegrandchildren from Tarklo College, Tarkio, Mo. .JSince isori. : : .
djtuehters, Eunice Moody Lee Taylor: member of the Maitlan '
grand- and was a
tiller Elvie Johnson of St. and one great Church. Mtsg
Augustine and Wilma Hufstetler of child. were held First Neale Presbyterian was also a member of the, i'.
!Raiford; three sisters Mrs. Ruby Funeral services Associations in both Orange) SAL
In Teacher
12, at 11 a.m.
Lula Darby Sept.
Wednesday
St. Augustine
Betty of Church and Seminole counties, and sheh ;]j
ofT Baptist
Blount Primitive .
and Pearl Mt. Zion !.
Lawtey McCormick and belonged to the Orange CountyHumane ;
13
grandchildren, with Bro. Aubry
aamt; seven AMiss

great great_Funeral grandchildren.grandchildren services were and four held great Monday was Bro. in Roy Funeral Mt.Hunter Zion Home Cemetery officiating.of Lake with Burial Butlerin Archer brother Melrose Neale Dr.Society..two James is nieces survived R. Neale and by, Jr.twoA one offr'* Save :$120 to $300 per s.t.

the Johnstown Baptist charge of arrangements.
at 2 in X
Church p.m.with Bro. Roscoe Creedjfcd Singleton Eugene McKay nephews.Funeral. services will be held Frl''* and .Receive' a FREE,FRAME.
Bro. Bill Delaney officiating. Singleton Eugene (S.E) McKay; 14, at 3 p.m. in. the(, ., '
day, Sept
EOirial was in McKinney CemeteryBradford 87,of Keystone Heights, died Sunday Maitland First Presbyterian Church. During Jamison's
tq County. Archer Funeral morning, Sept. 9, in the Community ,with Rev. Richard Nystrom ofi 101st anniversary 1
dome of Lake Butler in charge of ar- Convalescent Center; Gainesville, iciating.Burial will be in Woodlawn-' choose the
tangements. following' a long illness. Cemetery, Orlando. Jones FuneraflHome 1 '
:: Myrtice A. Dirks Born in Mississippi. Mr. McKay of Starke In charge of ar firmness you ,
::Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtice moved to Keystone Heights over 45 rangements. In lieu of flowers contributions ? need and SAVE
11. Dirks of Lawtey were held at 11 years ago. He was a retired first real may be made to the] '120 to'300' FREFFRAJ{
of the
a-.m Wednesday, Sept. 12, from the estate broker and was one Jeanne M. Neale Scholarship Fund;
!landing Chapel of Rivermead land developers in the Keystone P.O. Box 392, Melrose, Florida 32666.;.' when you
charter +
funeral: Home in Jacksonville, with Heights area. He was a BUY the set,
Howard and Rev. member of the Keystone Rotary '
Dale F. ,
the Rev. ;
officiating. Burial Club and attended the Community plus get a A
$icky Norman Memory Church of Keystone Heights. He was ; Free frame $/j
was In Jacksonville : \ tJUl \
/
member of the Masonic Lodge .b 1l' :
also a when r
,
;gardens. you
.
Bodies, and ,
,
attended the Good No.89, the Scottish Rite lfr n ,
< Dirks r
Mrs.
|amaritan United Methodist Church the Morocco Temple in Jacksonville. ,{;a'rtlt'-ifJ:1.:1g' : .: buy the set.
Qgnd was a member of the Order of Survivors include one sister, Mrs. : . I' S
Star.Survivors Anna Reynolds of Rockwell, Texas ..
pastern
k include her; husband, and one nephew, Kenneth Reynoldsof \
.Paul E. Dirks; one son, Paul E. Grifton N.C. -
EdWard services held at 3:00: l
4 pirks,Jr.; three brothers, W.S., Funeral were
D. and R. Lamar Crews of p m.Tuesday Sept. 11,in the DeWitt + f ''r' f'f
Lawtey; five sisters, Katherine C.' Jones Chapel with Rev. Buddy ,
(- E. Hill, Martha J. Friedlm officiating. Burial was in '
Mary
[Harper Kelly, Lottie C. Mason. Bonita J. Keystone; Heights Cemetery under ; ; :)c
toward; one stepsister Cleo the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof : r ; : "
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OPEN HOUSE textures.patterns and multi-level + '' The only grid top '(

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which occured on SR-I00 east of Slarke Injured In the wreck and was taken to Alachua General
Monday
,r evening.', Hospital_ by helicopter. 83 Mercedes 380 SL CoupeSoft 82 Buick Elec 225 Park Ave 'i

French Venlla point with medium saddle leather trim. On.
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::1 found. Enjoy all the option' Including wire wheel for1 a price Interior Simply., a beautiful' r ,cornice,nice, nice.

\ Gainesville killed" in wreck', ;: farb.lowon.wono, '$39,995. 10,995


1. A Gainesville man was killed and guarded condition Monday night lane when'the impact occurred and, 83 Porche'944 Coupe '
t, a Union' County school teacher i A passenger In the Erickson vehicle traveling at an estimated Speed of 55 Like new all the woy, over$30,000 n.w, all the options afforded 82 Cadiliac'Fleetwood Brgh;,
t. seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident *-! four-year-old Evan Erickson to 60 miles per hour, Crum said. He by Porsche !the color= ?Come by.and tell us If.Hi black or Coup., loaded with alf the toIlS(and cl.on as new. compare
east of Starke on SR-100 Mon was also transported to a said witnesses saw no brake lightson $ '
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day evening. 'Gainesville hospital. He was the black Jimmy before the crash 19,995 save $ O QQ JET
John Michael Ericksori, '31, was reportedly In stable condition in the and there were no skid marks from 1 ,
dead at the scene after his black 1984 pediatric intensive care unit at that vehicle. Mrs. Heltzel applied 82 Chevrolet Corvette 82 Chevrolet Camaro I
CMC Jimmy crossed the center line Shands Hospital. the brakes before the crash and was.
and collided head-on with a 1966 Starke patrolman David' Crum estimated to be traveling at 20 miles ""Collector Edition"Completely loaded with every option off Coupe, V6 economy 4. speed trans., power steeringbrake,.
Ford pickup heading toward quoted witnesses who said they saw per hour At impact. .red. Local'one owner, SAVE TODAY $1 A OO > and air cond.,", solid red paint with a stereo sound system that
;. Keystone Heights. the black Jimmy weaving across the Assistant principal Manan'Boyd will blow your mind. On.owner
Driver of the Ford pickup, Marie center line as it traveled toward at Lake Butler, Middle School told $7,495
Dixon Heltzel 46, of Keystone I Starke. the school board Tuesday night that '
Heights 'was transported by The accident occurred about 5:45: Mrs. Heltzel had a broken hip and 83 Ford TBirdYou 82 Buick Regal Limited

helicopter to Alachua General, p.m.' the report said.The black Jimmy' other injuries and would be out for: mutt..and drive hit car, and compare It to a n.w one 4 Door, This has got to be the cleanest little ear In town, W-
Hospital where she was listed in was completely in the.opposite an extended time. hat, and Save Thousands of Dollar'
with all the option* It tone blue with dark blue velour Interior the only thing It
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.. This little doll baby I II solid red with red Ihterlor and. a whit. Local one owner with only 48,000 miles, solid whit.paint with
r top loaded with. power option.A collector'piece. WSW tires,check this little economy job oui today I .
I Law enforcement arrests last On Sept.9 at 1:10: a.m.,Terry Quit- George Goetzman, who was not in- < '
week were generally related to traf man Mann, 24, Lake Butler was arrested jured. Rosier was detained for, $11,995 :. $2,895
fic and alcohol<<; abuse. for driving while license Alachua County authorities for a ,
On Sept.! 7, Cecelia Prieto, 20, ofGainesville suspended. 1982 grand theft charge.
was arrested for driving William Rosier, 60, of Starke was David Jim Browning, 18, of '
while license suspended by TrooperB.A. arrested for aggravated assault Jacksonville was charged with
Williams. after pulling a gun on workmen on disorderly) conduct and resisting arrest -
On Sept. 8,Dorothy P. Bennett, 52r adjoining property.Patrolman Greg without violence by Starke 555
Starke was arrested .at 5 a.m. for Nichols said he pulled the firearm on, policeman William C. Reno. 1

driving under the influence'' by ..
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refusal to sign license the suspended traffic citation.'! HUNTERS 'SPECIALS \ A for these Super Buys on every r
According to the report, his vehicle' GRAM PRIX RVT
had bumped Into the car in front of

the him take-out three times lane while at going through. I 31x10.50 15 . . . . . . . '$58.88 ,used'unit in ,stock. r ;

Sept. 9, Don Mack Wendy's.On Leath. 22, of 31x11.50.15 . . . . . . '. . ,$66.88 I '
Keystone Heights was charged with I 33x12.501,5. 1 . i.i .. . . . . .., ; $74.88 'f ,< "
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-". Donald Carl Dessaint was arrested 12-15 : : . 1 .'. . . . . . . $78.88 .
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I Sept.Brooker 9 for was driving arrested under at 2 a.m.the in-on I' Rant EndAlignment Gran Prix White SoekeWheels w/rol Ear custom bumper, $C O.295 linen. :$4 89r::;

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Laic Butler Dry Cleaners tost Can Trucks I I' :u*to ism. I $1 .991i

Pick-Up: Station Clean 83 F-250 $ 'I ':. ,
Friday S.pt,14r. Steam 'Chntme'wneeis: .11 n$0 '

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