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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1986
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Starke Stars Are State Softball Champs ,"one Bradford COUnt

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Partly cloudy skies with a chance of mainly afternoon and evening Editorial Pago. . . 4A )( ;
thunder showers is the extended outlook for the weekend. Th. Social Scono. . . .'.3-7A ,
Temperatures should range from the mid-70s to mid-90s. Public Notlcoi. . . . 'A rf $B8d'&X&
A 60% chance of rain is predicted from 9 a.m. until noon today Sport . . . . . .IDA 7o anN 0 OT 1 BCT ,
(Thursday July 24)), lasting an hour and with lightning activity X17 P K
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rated 4 on a scale of lto 5. A 1.5 inch rain fell in Gainesville late Wood Carvor: ?Pago. . . . .1B /tlltl lh l1F FLLIRIDA J. ,

Wednesday afternoon.The Political Sc.n.. . . . -2-4B ilN.l'hR'i11'Y'
Tuesday afternoon and nighr rains here measured from I to R.cord Fl.hObltuarlo . . . : 51
1.75 inches. July rainfall so far measures about 5 inches, and couldbe . . > . ,*B ,
normal by the end of the month. Now Brief. . . . . .789
July normally gets 7.99 of rainfall August 8.10, and with June'e LB Softball . . . . .B The Sweetest
7.07 inch average are the three wettest months of the year. Cla"lfl.d. . . 10-128 Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Average annual rainfall for this area is 61 inches; so far some 26 in- Sport .". . . . 12r 108th Year STAUKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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A F r J' puffed and finally cut $102,497 from the five percent pay increases. Only
-N the $4.5 million budget !in a 3-hour- Property Appraiser Alvarez pro
plus work session Monday night, Ju- tested the three percent cut, saying
ly 21. his budget does not contain enough
It left the proposed budget $726.692 padding to avoid cutting necessary ':
of expected income. And Clerk Gib expenses. a

I Brown, as promised, came up with That left the budget with proposed
0 II $726,692 In carryover funds to expenses still $787,000 more than expected
balance the new budget. Brown told income.
the commissioners Monday night if After cutting $102,497 by going
I ,>yM"'jN'k ar they'd cut out $100,000, he'd balancethe through the budget itemb'ouem.the ,
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; budget. budget was still $685,000 out of
The actual carryover was close to balance. .-
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$800,000 and the $726,692 used to
I ,. balance the budget leaves the county What Was Cut...?
i f ft4 t close to $70,000 in a slush fund for The commission expressed

emergencies.Next gratitude to the county officials and
budget meeting is at 8 p.m. department heads who cut their
Monday night, July 28 when the budgets three percent as requested.For .
'. Batgla board plans to certify its property instance the commissionerssaid
i tax levy of 8.907 mills to Property Sheriff Dolph Reddish cut .
t"t'. Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. It is not a $22.000 including one new car. f i.
:; r 1 tax increase, but is the millage that Challenged by Clerk Brown the
r F 3v vr' will bring in thel same amount of board finally got down to an item-by-
,,:. taxes as last year's levy which was item check of the proposed budget.

,'.t" .. slightly higher. The slightly reduced They cut:
millage is because the new tax roll is
The Starke recreation contribution
;.' IIIVI .. \ % { $184,929,713. up some $10 million in half down to $4,000.
h. ......... ., from last year's $174,552,097.The .$19,500 was slashed from the

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want to increase property taxes .$5.000 was cut out of the Bradford
IfU: and Hired[ Hand Jeff Watkins. because only 2/3 or less of property County Volunteer Fire Department
Binghamton, N.Y....? Kelly .. owners pay property taxes becauseof request and other volunteer departments :

Louis Kelly shows Telegraph reporter how to spell Binghamton, N.Y. Jeff VValkiiis left and Louis Kelly show off some of the okra Kelly grew the $25,000 homestead exemption.Still were cut back $800 back to
where he spent 2K years working a reeling ruclor)'. With Kelly is gnind- on Old I.awtry Road in Starke. Kelly sells! the okra for 75 cent per pound badly in need of additional last year's level. I
daughter Kusheeta Chandler 7. on SH-ltt. revenue the commission is lookingat .$10.000 was cut from the $15,000 '
collecting delinquent license tag Concerned Citizens request cutting
fees on mobile homes. A plan to that organization's funding from
locate every mobile home in the $8,000( last year to 5000. Starke
county is being studied by the board Mayor Charles Schaefer: who is
An Itchy Business and county officials.Commissioners'also. vice-president of the Concerned i
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plan to begin Citizens asked commissioners to do
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;1"-- county household for the expenses genetlemen. If you can eat steak

t A Former from Way Back Louis Kelly Hasn't Lost His TouchLouis involved in providing emergency that's fine. If you've got to eat hot-
service and for "
rescue burying gar- dogs... Schaefer said the Concerned -
bage. Citizens also have $200 per month
Kelly used to farm in Pleasant Grove section northwest of Starke ing cutting. Meanwhile doll.trsill be .
tight.In
in HUD funds.
and he's never lost the touch. Watkins, who lives just across the road from the okra patch, helps Kelly coming
the new budget is $55,000 to givel"mployet's trimmed from the
$6,51)0( was
cut the okra. Mrs. Williams she doesn't get into that itchy stuff Kel-
says
Having 28 in N.Y. in
spent years Binghamton working a recycling five
and Watkins they cut the okra early in the morning. It'll burn a percent salaryin- county judges expenditures including
Time ly say you
plant, Kelly retired and came home. hung heavy on his hands, and crease. travel dues and reservefunds.
I Kelly started a garden on the property of his sister, Mrs Lorine Williams, up in the heat of the day they say. \ .
just a block off SR-16 on Old Lawtey Road in Starke. "No trouble. It don't lake long" to sell the okra on SH-16 at 75 cents per Cutting the Budget... .$2,500 was trimmed from the
It's a low place with black soil and grows fine old-fashioned okra this pound Kelly says. f People from area town such as Middleburg and Green
for and
During the past week the board amount budgeted repair
with the few Cove Springs are regular buyers along with local residents
year sprinkles of rainfall this area has had. Kelly has picked
.. to four hampers of the 14 about With the Kelly grew up on a farm on a Pleasant Grove farm, and vividly asked all county officials and
up peppers on rows 70 yards long. department heads to trim their (Budget... .'.111.\)
with
and beans mute
remembers growing corn a
growing season winding down, Kelly got hampers' in a Monday morn
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Writ nO/in fJ Heat Wave... i I

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Rival Hot in of 198O I ,
.; Temperatures es 22-Day Spell Experienced August;

Welcome rains in the area rangsoaring to 101 degrees Saturday and August 1980. air-conditioning(' evacuated uf
Surplus) Sale... Register to Vote... ing from a modest one inch at Starke 100 Sunday.to While 38 heat-related deaths were elderly occupants. Bradford rescue

, A School Board surplus property Register books close August 2 for 2.8 at Camp Blanding, and 1.65 in The mean high reading from June reported in the Southeast during the units reported no heat-related l
sale goes on every Wednesday from the Sept. 2 First Primary election.All the New River area, brought tern10 through July 22 was 96.3 degrees past two weeks Florida escaped emergency calls. I
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off citizens of Bradford County 18 porary relief Tuesday from a 12-day slightly less than the average high of fatalities although some rest homes
Orange Street behind Bradford years of age are urged to registerto heat wave that sent temperatures 97.4 during a 22-day period in July- and residences without adequateand (SI'III'nt..I'III.2 .\)
Middle School. vote before the books close.
The items including materials

equipment, and furniture, are pre- Alumni to Meet... Races For Starke Commission SeatsTwo I
priced. For more information, Shape Up
phone 964-8780. The Alumni Association of Brad .

LE Dance Set... ford meet High at 7 School tonight is scheduled(Thursday to races developed for Starke opposition in the 1984 election. the daughter of the late long- for Roberts Real Estate, lit- I. also
p.m.
commissioners electedfor the grandson of the late\ Rub> ./Johns
24) in the BUS Library.All commission seats when qualifying City are time Starke councilman One Wig-
Y ; A dance for school students aged July members are urged to attend.: opened at noon Monday July 21.Newcomer two year terms and are paid $400 gins. They have two children: the first woman councilman. fm'Sl.rkt'
16 and under is set Friday night month. who was inslriimoiil.il I in I
Philip Nichols paid his per Monica 8, and David 3 months.!
July 25, from 7:30: to 11 p.m. at qualifying fee to challenge incumbent Nichols 40, lives on Brownlee Nichols works for the National establishing the Starke Ih'l'I'l"titln
Lawtey Elementary School. Finale Set Travis Woods for the Group 5 Road and is married to Susan Wig- Guard at Camp Bl.inding.
Admission is $1, and parents can For Reading commission seat.Newcomer gins'( Nichols kindergarten teacher Gaines, 31. is a properly appraiser S'I' St.rkI'.IU.\1
get a babysitter for that $1. Terry Gaines qualifiedto
Proceeds will go to the Dixie Program... run against incumbent Jimmy
Youth Baseball Association. A watermelon part for all Crosby for the Group 3 seat.
children who participated in the As of 4:30: p.m. Wednesday, Group I
Summer Program at the Bradford 1 Commissioner Hubby Biggs had no iA1lIM
: Majorette Clinic... County Library, ages 3-12 is set for opposition. All three incumbents and
The Bradford High School ma- Tuesday, July 29, at 10 a.m. The Nichols qualified when qualifying
jorettes are sponsoring a clinic party will be the finale of the opened at noon Monday. Gaines '.
Aug. 4-8 from 9 a.m. until noon in library's 1986 summer program qualified Tuesday.!
the BIIS band room. according to Librarian Arnold Crosby says he'd rather not have '
Future majorettes are asked to Weeks. opposition of course, but at the S !
bring a bag lunch a baton, and a same time he's heartened by the In-
$10 registration fee. Drink will be terest shown in the city seals 1T'i
Qualifying is open until noon Friday t M. ,
provided. .,....
July 25, for the three odd- i r
numbered Starke commission seats.
Upcoming...
Christmas in July... None of the three incumbents had
The upcoming Starke Festival of
Today (July 24) will be the Arts will be the topic of discus-
'Christmas in July' at the Bradford sion, led by speaker Michael Batesof
County Library. Children 6-12 will Santa Fe Community College,
u be making Christmas ornamentsand the sponsoring organization at a 1
gifts from 10 to 10:30: a.m. seminar/luncheon of the Chamberof

Commerce at noon today (Thurs

Square Dance..:.' day, July 24) in the Western Steer
Cost is $3
Steak (House. per person
Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley for the meal.A .
Lake Civic Center. Plus level. workshop to prioritize capital
Dance, first Saturday of each outlay projects for the 19HC-87 yearis
month same place. 7 p.m. set at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday
workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream July 24) in the administration
dance. building on US-301 north by the
If interested in square dance Bradford School Board.
lessons, please call 964-7955 for The July meeting of the Brad-
more information. ford Zoning Board is set at 7 p.m. r
Tuesday July 29. I {
PW Registration... The bloodmobile from the
Blood Center in
Civitan Regional
Ir Registration for Pop Warner Gainesville will be at Bradford
Football is scheduled for the follow Hospital next Thursday, July 31, Starke Politics... I

ing Saturdays: July 26, and Aug. 2. from 12:30: 0 3:30: p.m. .... "hmL. .._ .....
i ounaissionrr Jmtmv his '
i Icy IIIMIV pays iii.iuivInn I'rrry tt.HI"1> I' .11 ileduesd.iy IIIIITIIOOII. IllKKH. Ill
Both boys and girls ages 7 to 13 of the Starke
The July meeting
fro lo Pity Clerk Neil Turker just after noon IMoiiliiv. <.luup| I. had' "<> 0|>|MIIMll.Croslrt. .
the hours of 10
may register until 3 during at Bradford Zoning Board is set a.m.Square Shopping p.m. Center. For moreinformation Thursday, July 31. I ___ I who qualified in Group| !:0 ntiiiil Commissioner 1'1 Ooxli.v'; PisIrM :3, "H"| you mini lo qualify( in call Durban Terry Gaines Woods.V'4Mi( Ray .
phone 4-0433.: : Group 3 Stark. Council right liHiiiid (''.....h), who has draw o|>|H",silioit Pout : wondered. for a iiiinuli. if Minus nun! xrrious.





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Mystery. Merchant ContestFirst Enterprise Zone Approved I


Prize: Qliiria Harper Second Prize: Jo Ann McGovern .
Four ordinances, including a Enterprise Zone was also passed 4-1, Travis Woods, and passed 50.Firemen's
Third Debbie Ward
Prize: resolution required to establish an Biggs again dissenting.An .
Make your commit;nity a better place to live. Shop locally! Shopping In Enterprise Zone, were approved by ordinance adopting a com Time...
your home area p/nys in more ways than one! That's right, you not only the Starke council Tuesday night, proving plan and Although the meeting was called to
July 22.City an Immediate effective to discuss ordinances pertaining
save time gasoline and bring home the same or comparable goods at attorney Terry Brown read date passed 5-0. the Enterprise Zone program Coun
about the same pn ces, but when you do business with your neighbors, each of the four ordinances and the An ordinance amending or cilman Bobby Biggs sought and
part of every dr A'ar you spend goes toward improving service In your resolution, and each was approvedin dinance no. 318-A to require prior ci received permission to bring city
area and making your community a better place to shop and live. turn.Each reading constituted the ty commission approval of all agen firemen hours before the board.
required first reading of ordinancesin cy expenditures; to reserve to the ci Biggs stated that the city is not in
a public hearing. ty commission the power to approveor compliance with Federal Regulation
t. Final approval of each of the five disapprove expenditures of the 207K, which provides exceptions for
rnere is a store In Starke about which people have
many proposals will be considered at the agency to maintain all other provisions municipal firemen, from regular
so rie serious doubts as to what they cany in the line of mercoandise Aug. 12 city commission meeting." 0 the ordinance in full force overtime requirements. Biggs motion
This store used to be known as Farmers Mutural Exiange and effect; and to provide an immediate -. "to establish a resolution to br
They now are known as Gold j Klst Gold Kist is a goods 4 The Resolution... effective date passed 5-0. ingStarkeintocampliancewithFairTrade
led company with several diversl'ieO operations. Their s A resolution designating an An ordinance establishing a Labor Act" did not receive a
"Enterprise Zone" in the city of redevelopement trust fund and its second, since attorney Brown said
S1arll.e store specializes in feed seeds fertilizers pesticides, duration for the options to consider,
., Starke; stating its purpose,adoptinga providing funding there are many
:Jsehold and garden products. The store is managed by John program of local participation, trust fund: the use of funds; requir and a study should be made prior to
5 i*' John and his wife reside In Starke und his wife teaches and providing an immediate effective ing an independent audit, and pro locking into an ordinance. Biggs
Ii' Bradford High School. They are active: in the Methodist r date was approved 4-1, with viding an immediate effective date then moved, and got unanimous approval
Councilman Bobby Biggs voting passed 5-0. to have Brown to review the
-'en: The biggest thing about Gold 'Kist is that anyone can posing. op- subject and submit a proposal for
:-Jt! there and buy their quality products at a reasonable Tax Rollback... correcting the problem at the next
t The horse people all know Kim Grlffl.s. She (Is well versed !! The Ordinances... clerk Neil Tucker advised the regular meeting.

1. ,jt products that are fed to and used by horses. Kim is ac-j r An ordinance amending section boar that it was essential the city'
e barrel racing and travels the circuit winning many events : 13.28 of the city's code of ordinancesto 86-87 property tax rate be established Biggs Position...
'r "her own horses. If you have a need for a household or farm exempt 50 percent of the occupational in order to meet deadline of the In an interview, subesquent to the
license tax levied for state truth in millage law. meeting, Biggs explained that he Is
'Cut.; including hardware, fencing material pumps gates rubber boots jeans, horse tact, businesses or occupations in the Tucker advised the board that an not against the Enterprise Zone pro-
. ': ed 1es blankets and of course all types of feeds you owe it t to yourself to go to Gold Kist, I approximate "rollback" of 2.75 gram.
Bred on u S. 301 N. by the fairgrounds. mills, the rate that would producethe As a matter of fact, B'ggs' says
Gold Kist Store John Smiths VACATION same dollar amount as 85-86's supports an endeavor to bring
2.815 mills, since real estate valuations business into the city. His problemhas
s group of business people operate family store. They i Ir '' BIBLE SCHOOLAT within the city had increased. to do with giving up revenue,
1ed out in a store by the railroad and the Starke Sewing fac- Councilman Jimmy Crosby movedto which the city needs to meet current
four tall approve the rollback rate, and obligations. Biggs has been consis
This family operation started out 33 a mom. pop. j j
received a second by councilman tent in his voting pattern.
-s and one daughter business. As the \business grew the Smyrna Missionary
.'., business turned the L . -' ..... I
eAith a construction operation overs : 1 Baptist ChurchCorner .
sons. The operation outgrew the cld location and a new of Pratt & Myrtle St. l "
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e was constructed on US 301. The operation: was suesn er* July 28 Aug. 1 -
i i from the beginning and quickly grew to over appox. 20 ,_,,; l
'Iit 7:00 9:00 Nightly
: ovees One son was chosen to nranage a store in I : w i

that had been purchased by the, family. This store \
stone Everyone Welcome People once believed a branch of juniper wood would keep the stables
oecame very successful and employed several people. A safe from lightning-and the dsvlhwrsera.w I

.ears later the th.ro store was located ,.n Lake Butler with --- I
e son as its head This family operation has continued to

,\ and serve the communities with lumosr hardware paint
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: ether" Items. One of the persons who provide the glue that \ .r. ., -

js the family together is the picture you ."are hunting for. ., Elect

lackson Building- Supply- Mark Jackson .

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"ard working couple who l il + ; ..r James "Cobble"WAINWRIGHT

ares a successful campingty I +
is the best to describe : I It
way ....- ,. ,
-wners' of this business. They 4. .

'o Starke several years ago .:" ,. t
N* amI. The man was a sue- 2/ t School Board
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building contractor before

,, nto the camping business ', 4 District 2
e. "ave taken a marginal facility .
-rned it into a campground i' .f; '. wd : '

..<- :ceople from throughout the
1
3; come back to year after year ,!! rYa r s ,

--; game room, pool area is the !, ," t
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-;;reg at Ion place for many of theacers I .

The statement heard I II ,. ". ,, ,J I.M
-s', often- .-. Ig 1 that.. .-. this business' __.__,__ '..__ r. .:ti\.'..... L .t_JOt ..- .( 1 .l. w" ', As Superintendent of Lawtey Correctional Institution Wain-

'...'amily atmosphere. This couple also has a active community involvement in the Chamber ,
.-mmerce and Rotary Club plus then" cmidren are very much ,involved in sports activities. wright pioneered the first inmate community work program at

: rut: t not least they are currently involved In bringing the biggest shopping store and center Lawtey Elementary School constructing mobile classrooms and
-d'Ke that have had. This will them ,
we ever require to move their business, but not far from
-'e: >'s now located Can you identify this couple? providing support manpower. This program has spread

Sfitrke KOA Kampground- & Pat McElroy throughout the county at a tremendous cost savings to the tax


"e-i it comes to your prescrlb- t payer.

,' off the shelf medication, here
.
i d'ug store that treats yourai
: problems seriously. They "Cobbie" Wainwright will work to save money so that it can be

,=. the latest computerized placed back into the classroom.
OJ v.;jm to insure that your medicals
rt
..r, is right in their hand when

.-Ay fin your prescription. This School Advisory Board Member
.-' re is a well established facility ,

,.I- 'act there used to be a post of-1 Lawtey Parent Teacher Organization
'ce located in the building The

tecsie, who operate the store are ., Bradford Democratic Executive Committee s t
professionals. The druggist is a ., .

yrjng man who knows his r. Grandchildren Attend Starke Elementary It' :
business The only bad commentyou ti .. ." Ao

will ever hear about this mdividual ti ': _" ::" ::;.: : : : :'. ''': : ''. """," ",;. :.<.; :: .-"; :-:: :'.. ",,'.. :....:...-:... : .:,'.:.".. ."' :" .. .:.. :'::1' I

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-i great deal of help from his wife in 1 A? .. f.."''t::. ,,-. '-'to. .. .. I
any areas of the business. .f r .' ;
.. eftlJOHN .. I
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wever, her cooking habits have .. .
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m e' a w....11.. known secret. She .Po .. '* ,
ften asked to cook and bake for weddings! parties, anniversaries and you name Both are ** JASONEK \

individuals and heavily involved In cornmunlty activities such as Chamber of Commerce, ,
.'town projects, Blue Ribbon committees and others They have a couple of children in .. k i i

J J and are also heavily involved in their activities. Can you tell us who these drug stores c* ." s f, E
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are? I
TO REPRESENTATIVE :
YOUR STATE .
1\\ I .hell's Drug Store Bobby & Carolyn Autry .. ..A I

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",-pet or tile Is what you need, then, you probably know DISTRICT 13 r

,tks. This couple runs one of the largest! businesses of

;,e in North Florida. They currently have the contract to !
"-e University of Florida with all their carpet for the next of RePresenti6lves ,

"rey came to Starke from Keystore Heights, about 10 the Florida Bow MY d iaiooities. I
> ego Their first store was in the old Slump's building on Dear Friends lified to run for repacation: Florida !
North
ree\, they then bought their own sore: Since then they Last week 1 many qua lOOot\'ls of t\'l04n oU'C small eroed abOut I II
ddded on a warehouse, remodeled the building and did SO after bel 1 is who, is cooc t amity values ,
1 ev'C paren
'. -" The is bass and 00 what and traditional ;
zed the showroom. man a fisherman baaed yerotect ourLike
octh support the number three or number one Softball many of You' that ve m ust 'I
threatened.
,' m the nation. (Number three or one depends on who you future. oi believe that is to enjoy \'Iuoting and
'. -diking to) They have one daughter who is thirteen, and our and our way life 1'1 waS able to use. We We didenot have to

>,'1'Je m their recently constructed horns on Lake Geneva. frig up 10 Baker lorKler COUeVailable to teach.Whi1 .
time
business is currently a Chamber Champ for the Chamber n grOW lal'\d that 18 teachers nO had more in ,

Commerce and supports other activities throughout them fishing be cause our drug tciende oat the
education crime 0'C While talking ihatJ our g ies
unity. abOut found This mYThin9a
worry
dealties have
foal Tile 4 Carpet Vicky Teal have surround ed a great 1 n g ccuntiutuce for our families.
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P08aibt.e
the best a clean
B tocdto Provide ud 'rYi running
same toQltll1tll\ nt. pro

...1. goal and mal ke mY frieods nand nothing else. yo u will help
to issues
that
There's a ladies shop in Starke that koeps up with the t4 1 hOpe campaign ba led on job and 1 hOpe

'jshion world. This store is owned by a person who is into buy-. honest caO do a better
1
'g at the major retail markets in New Yort, \Dallas and Atlanta, 1 believe that Thank yoU

',I insure that his store offers the very latest styles This store give II\ the chance. r _
"> operated by a lady from Lake City with i vast amount of experience -. /
In fashion industry. She has a knact for being able to III ; .

oordlnate items for individuals to really accentuate their per- + John colleCt at

oonalities. She and her helpers have captured the hearts of !..Is please call I1'

Bradloid Clay and Union shoppers. Expansion of this shop! w help and advice
YOUr
has lust recently occurred. The building wfere they are located ., would aPP ree1ate

has been expanded to house a mens store, a sandwich shop: 2.,9-4479.1
and another retail establishment. Can you guess who these ,
fashion folks are? s-<: r Pd POl Ad.

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There Is an insurance: company In Starke with a history of t

quality service to the sommunlty. This company was started Two More Qualify in County 1

many years ago by a person who was heavily involved In serv
., .,
ing people through the political process. This individual rose -
through the ranks of commerce beginning as a railroad con Two new candidate qualified In Parrish: and Mrs. Evelyn Ouistain.a posed lor the District school board
ductor races already set before the Fridaynoon newcomer:: to politics.:: teal. The school board left that
and
ended as serving In the highest office the state of. deadline. There are Mill three Joe KldOnck:: 56, a retired district, the so-called: black district
fers It has been said this person did more for the northern part t school: board races and one county telephone: company employee who without an Incumbent:: when It
of Florida than any other person in the past 30 years. The in commission context set with 13 candidates lives In Hampton made the District redistricted to meet conditions:: required
surance company Is now operated by his grandson. This young .a qualified. 4 County Commission contest a three to give a black a better
man has taken control of this way race. BiD Alderman and Harold chance to be elected. Scott who Is
aggressive company Installing a Carolyn Spooner 33. of the south E. Waters are qualified for the Dist black, is the only person to qualify
computer system to enable him to keep abreast of the chang Starke Lincoln City area made the 4 seat. Twelve-year incumbent E W. for the district:: which has a 52.7 percent -
ing Insurance Industry. He offers competitive prices on auto, contest for the Dihtricl:: S school Hodges, who owns a r.UlRllitore and majority In population and a
homeowners and a full line of other Insurance products. This board scat a three way race. Ms. hardware store in Starke did not 52.S percent edge In black voters
Individual is Involved In activities and Spooner, the daughter of Mr. and seek r Il'Cllon. based on the halo census.
community was selectedto
Mrs. Willie Brown, is a clinical:: County Commission ChairmanE.L.
head a membership drive for the Chamber of Commerce director at the Bradford-Union Two Get l y... .. (Nook) Norman 55, also got by
recently He Is married and has children. Can you Identify him? Guidance Clinic She will run Two candidates:: got by the qualify without opposition for his District 2
Charley E. Johns Agency, Inc. Phillip Johns against veteran school:: board ing period without opposition: seat Norman will begin his third
member and current:: chairman J T
Accountant Jimmy-Scott I Iii unop- term on the commission.
This business is celebrating,

their 75th year In the retail

business In Starke. The dry goods ,.. Chastain : for 1
Dist. 5
store was opened on Call St. In Qualifies
1911 Since that time the same "

family has operated the store. The Evelyn: S. Chastain 3.), owner ofChastam's business almost two years ago. Ms
father passed the store to the Jewelry and Gift Gallery Chastain currently serves on the
in downtown Starke was the first Board of Governors of the Starke-
daughters the sold the
daughters
candidate qualify for the District Bradford Chamber of Commerce
store to the founder's grand. School Board seat 1o.t Other activities Include the Junior
daughter and her husband In 1980. Woman's Club for which Ms. Chas.
The current operators are pro Ms Chastain lives on Korsyth tam served as publicity:: : chairman in
gressive merchants active in many Road with her husband Tommy, I9H3! for the club's fund raisers Ms.
and their two children 7 and Chastain: also
:: Erica serves as a cosponsorof
facets of the The
community. man Alison, 3 Tommy is the grandson of the Little Women's Club.
is an electrical engineer from Ten Mrs Jessie Chastain who served on

nessee. They have recently the county commission for over 20 s. rYlfa This Is Ms. ChaIain's first attempt
remodeled a home purchased on years seeking public office.
Hampton L.akedoing most of the 'themselves I :-The"; ;;d ; ; ;
woo
are avid Gator fans all the Evelyn the daughter of Mrs Bill "I f'dl've come of age to accept
football games they can. Their children also play an active role In sports and school activities Sinclair now a retired teacher grew r this challenge( ," Ms. Chastain says.
which involve parents a great deal. You might have guessed that this store has moved from Call up in Bradford County and t "It hasn't been so long ago that I was
St. to the Bradford Square Shopping Center The quality pf ladles, mens and chlldrens wear graduated as valedictorian of the young I've had the opportunity toB.un
Class of 1969. In 1973 Ms. Chastain knowledge through education
makes this department store a must for your everyday shopping. Their back to school shoe sale
received a bachelor of arts degree in well as first hand experience and
for the kids Is a highlight of the summer. Their mens department features Haggar pants and Arrow from the Florida State Universityand I'd like the opportunity to use my

shirts, with a good selection of suits and sportswear. Can you guess who is this young couple later pursued classes toward a energy and entnusiam to benefit the
and their store? master's degree at the University of 4 citizens of Bradford County I'm
Florida considered by others to be a hard
Stumps Dept. Store -Jim & Evelyn WomackThere's
worker, open-minded and straight
Ms. Chastain was employed by a forward. It would my desire to
large catalog showroom for eight Evelyn Chastain the and
represent enters their interests
a man In Starke who has been taking care of r years before opening her own "
oils S. ScIoollloard I<< on the school board.
customer car needs for many years. This individual has been ,
very active In the Bradford County community. At one time he '" '

was the mayor of Starke. He was a well known fixture on the

corner of US 301 and 100 until a couple of years ago, when he "" .. Block Grant Ordinances Approved .

moved to US 301 N. by the courthouse. The sad thing about F .
... ...
moving north on 301 was the fact that he quit riding his bicycleto '- ,
If The first reading of three new ordinances Authori/e u one-yejr exemptionof cial redevelopment Palatka could
do his banking and the post office. The service that you get in connection with Starke'stwo 50 percent of the occupational still seek a court injunction to prevent .
when you take your car to this individual is the best there Is. Community Development Block license fees for businesses in the << distribution of the grant moniesto
They still believe In checking under the hood, doing the wind Grants, and proposed creation of an Enterprise ZoneConcerning other towns, with the possibility of
Enterprise Zone were approved at a the downtown delaying the distribution of funds.
shield and taking care of customers. This individual also offers .,- ,
redevelopment plan,
Commission Day
special City meeting reported The report of the hearing officer has
heavy-duty wrecker service. They can take care of most ;,". It / Tuesday July 22. July 15 that the appeal filed by the been sent to tne Secretary of the
anything, most anytime and any place. This individual has one i. ," As outlined by Linda Day, the the City:: of Falatka, which was not Department of Community Affairs,
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other trademark, and that Is he dresses cool for hot days, in ,.h + ,' ,'Ii y'I "" city's grants specialist the ordinances funded in thlt grant process, had who had !90 days in which to make a
y -: been heard the
I will by of
Department
shorts. Can you recognize this place of business? If not, go by 4 :,... ,.'r. _I 1.Designate: the area to be included Community Affairs, and no cause final Day decision also stated on the that awards Pat
and see what the definition of service Is, when it comes to car in the proposed Enterprise Zone was found for increasing its standing Welch is now preparing surveyor the legal
care 2.Adopt a redevelopment plan for in the ratings"( : Therefore, Starke is description for the proposed Enter
Hurst's Exxon Service Carl Hurst the forthcoming downtown (('all still in fourth position on the list! for prise Zone being created as an in
Street)) development grant full funding or$575XH) for commer- centive to attract new businesses in

to the designated area. The plan provides
for the establishment of a
In Starke Redevelopment Trust Fund created
There is a young man
with funds earmarked for this purpose -
you really need when you break out i using 95 percent of new taxes
wi ndows. ,and doors. Alan..Martln .. I.;, a created by the increase in property
from Lake Area Glass really knows 3F values in the Enterprise Zone over
Us. business. He has been Install. + t 1 the valuation at the present time
This would be used to help fund con
ing glass on a professional basis tinuing in the Enterprise
improvements -
for many years. His business Is : j'" Zone.

located by Rosier's Nursery at 320S. rii.i When questioned by Commissioner

Walnut St. Alan also is the person ts-j! the Redevelopment Jimmy Crosby as Trust to whether Fund

call when want to take
to you I could be used to extend services to
advantage of cooling your house, JiII new industries, City Attorney Terry
down during the hot summer mon: Brown said, "Yes, if the industry
ths. He can install those double becomes a component" part of the
Enterprise Zone.
panes and really cut down on your + i.i nB ys
cooling bill. If you are considering I tf Fireman Overtime

construction of a.new_house why! ::.ti. ... I a Argued...
not consult with Alan? He can advise you on energy-saving techniques that will be Important to The Council took under advise

you over the life of your home. If vandals throw rocks through your big panel business window, ment a complaint by fireman Rex
Alan is the only one you will ever need. He will be there as quickly as possible to help you out. Seimer that the city:: was in violationof

When it comes to glass, come to Lake Area Glass and Alan Martin. Can you identify him? 1 Congress the new providing Garcia Act:that: passed firemen by

Lake Area Glass & Mirror Alan & Fonda Martin I must be paid overtime for all hours
t' worked in excess of 159 hours in a
21-day period.
When questioned by The
Telegraph Wednesday City Clerk
) tt Neil Tucker said that after examination -

There is only one Independent |L ;;: I of city records he was convinced
telephone installation In b I that the city was in "substantial
company v"w : compliance" with the Garcia Act in
this area. These people install and :, 1 its payment of firemen. Tucker said
sell telephones, sound and securi- !J that a final determination would

ty systems for homes, office and ,.....,.. have to be made by the city:: attorney
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business. They are also your .
"" Seimer said he
was speaking in
telephone repair company. This Is r DoughtieCandidate behalf of his fellow firemen.
a family business operated by ad
wife team. The service
man- they Mho .
provide after installing your phone ", 4r5 STARKECHURCH "".
system Is excellent. When you are '
'
down, they are on the job night or Dear Friends, OF GOD

day. Electronics always has been a n .', r I was elected Alachua County Court Judge eight years 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
part of this young mans life, he ILl ,.1 \" 5 \ ago. Now I am a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Walter F. Monlz PastorWe

started working on radios for the t '' .. Eighth Judicial Circuit which is comprised of Alachua, invite you to wonliip with u.

National Guard and was In- /l 11'II"'''''','..laA, IM'A' ,. / .., Bradford, Baker, Gilchrist, Levy, and Union counties Sunday School Attended Nursery 10am

strumental In assisting the Baptist church In getting their radio station up and going several Attorney Mark Kaufman is my opponent.In Morning Worship .11am

years ago. This young company has installed many systems, which include switchboards, and a judicial campaign, no political promises can be Evening Service . S pm
other sophisticated equipment In many locations around the area. They also specialize in home made and there is not even political party identification.The Wednesday Youth 7:30 pm

phones or If you need a security system to protect your business or home, call 964.4980 today. only real issues are the ability and the experience of
Norton Telecommunications & Jan Norton the candidates. I am trusting my record to make me

your valid choice.All THI BRADFORD
candidates need support and this means more COUNTY UliflRMH

.._---- --------- than just your vote. I will certainlyrappreciate your vote Published every Thursdayat
Dedication Is the only word that on September 2nd, and if you are able to do somethingextra 135 W. Call Street

describes the owners of a local please let me know. I would sincerely'like. for'youto Starke. Florida 32091

restaurant. They bought the be a part of my campaign. Second Class postage paid at

restaurant and motel operation in Thank you, Starke FloridaSubscription
1984. Their businesses located In Rates
:
Starke. He is from Hungn China CLJ In-trade area $12.00 per year

and she is from Tainan Taiwan. NATH DOUGHr: $7.00 six months
This hard working couple operate +
week _ _ _ _ _ a _ _ Outside area: $13 per year
this business seven days a $6.50 six months
featuring the finest In Mandarin & r + I would like to help in your campaign. I can: ,

Szechuan Cuisine. He Is the chef ._._.- i : Distribute campaign materials. I
and she takes care of the 4 Make a contribution In money or services. St. Church'
George's
customers. The atmosphere Is very Organize local support groups. : & MissionAll
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friendly and customers really like -. .' You may contact me regarding my support. ; t Welcome

the food and service. You are able Name t Sunday Services
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orlentlal atmosphere r------- -
to enjoy a
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right nere in QI :lr"l:'. Allow yourself: jj'I enty ui time: lu enjoy your meal ana trie aimoapnere.of Cost I
the food is very reasonable... you and your family will enjoy a great meal for less than some of ; r t I solve Contused their youths problem who and would other like to

the fast food operations. Lunch Is served from 11 till 2:30: and dinner Is from 5-9:30: and you can PluM send to: Committee to Elect Judge Nath C. Dougtitle the tame.Cell help do'
call for reservations and take out. We are proud to Introduce this couple as part of our Mystery I 3732NW 13th Place,Gaines 'llle, FL 32605: 782-3080
Or call us at: ((904)378-1360) 1
Merchant contest. Be,. John Wilson
George
Paid political adll rtl."m"n'paid for by 1
China Restaurant Chaun An & Susan Chan w pae4/A( ;, W. C. "Dub"Maury, Campaign Treasure 1S Eastern Orthodox
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I Frozen Snowballs Caused Blood on the Snow in, Days of Open SaloonsTotally




unexpected, although the town's rough-and-ready "bully boys" Blood had been spilled in the dirt of Call brick courthouseIn
weather was getting colder by the hour, sought to keep warm, at least Internally, Street many times before, but never county would build a new this contest. That
Starke and much of Florida awoke one by patronizing the town's saloons which before or since had there been a night to whichever town won for the
morning in mid-February 1899 to find the dotted Call Street in! those prc-prohibltion equal this "blood in the snow." would anchor the courthouse next
earth covered with a blanket of glistening days With a few drinks under their belt,, tw' decades, for according to state law if a
white snow--something that most Home of the young blades were inspired tort'sidents new courthouse were built, the county seat

especially the natives, had blow off,steam with a "friendly" snowball But there were other amusements along would remain unchanged for 20 years.

never seen before. t fight Call Street in the 1890s that were far less The campaign was very heated, and
the had fallen dangerous than frozen snowballs. A brought much argument and even threatsof
During night, snow quietly Being inexperienced in this sport and
to a depth of two inches or more, and at / somewhat over-enthusiastic due to the recorder of the local scene In those days i bodily harm by factions on both sides of
daybreak the weather was still cloudy and amount of whiskey consumed, they said that what Is now called juvenile delin- New River Professor T.B. Hartig, editorof
threatening to add more of the cottony squeezed the snow too hard, causing it to quency simply did not exist in that age of 1 ni The Lake Butler Bulletin, became so
flakes : freeze into snowballs harder than innocence.The emotional over the matter that editors of

It was the final freeze of the century--the'o ioP baseballs, with sharp edges of jagged Ice. nearest approach to youthful delinquency The Florida Advocate, a rival newspaperin
advised
one that put an end to the orange industry After a few young sports had been hit within was when, occasionally, one or Starke at that time, were by
this part of the state, which was still try these icy missiles, the "friendly" game more young lads, anxious to get a forbid- friends that if they attended a certain
ing to get back on its feet after the became mayhem, and soon there was den glimpse of female ankles (an almost political picnic to be held at Hampton, they
devastating freeze of December 1894 "blood on the snow" and plenty of it. forbidden sight in those days) would had better go prepared to defend
off-side of train the Call themselves.
on the a at
Due to the numbing effect of the freezingthe father
Some of the remained unmeltcd
snow on
and under the In
crossing peep cars Accordingly, the editors attending the
ground for two or three days, especial- Shootout temperature the already tipsy andfoblivlousto gladiators hopes of seeing a few inches of leg as the Hampton meeting, took along an old
immune
ly where it was banked in fence corners or were almost to pain !
ladies boarded or left the train In their revolver of a lesser known brand, and
the injuries they were inflicting on each
in shady spots Starkeites, young and old, dresses.
trailing doubtful it under the
reliability,
placing
other, One fellow.s cheek was slit wide
went in
cidents snow-crazy and strange resulting incidents, as many well acTh as a t Failed pen from par to lip, and the carnage continued This lack of opportunity to view such buggy seat of the vehicle used for the trip.

the fun of making snow men and throwing off and on through the day along the sights was due to the dress styles of that Hartig was at the meeting, but in spite of
snow ballsBecause eastern end of Call Street until the town day, when women) not only wore bustles in his editorial fussilades, he remained calm
marshal finally realized it was time to back, but also weighted themselves down and cordial, at least outwardly, as was his
of the extreme cold some of the break up the "innocent fun" with from three to six petticoats, which custom, and no Shootout marred the occasion.

obscured their anatomy almost completely. .
Even when went for dip in e v
', .. .. '''; ," ... ",' ., ," ''d' .. .,... ,_ ", Kingsley Lake they they wore full-cut bloomersand a editors Upon tried returning out the home old revolver, the Advocate, just for

"1 I ; : long black stockings.So fun, and found it would barely expel a

IWflMlillFlorida's, : I: : who could blame the boys for this lit- bullet, merely spitting the lead out of the
i : : : I \ tle innocent indiscretion in the 1890s, in the barrel. Hartig would have won the battle if
days before bare midriffs and bikinis? it had ever come to a showdown.

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On another occasion, The Bulletin and
But all was not such innocent fun in the
The Telegraph were having it out, round
Rapid Growth so-called "good ole days." In fact, things by round.
got pretty exciting at times, and a bit on
the rough and tough side. The Telegraph reported that a certain
Starke family was moving to Lake Butler
Demands Plans for FutureFlorida For Instance--some of the activities dur- and the little
ing the heated courthouse election of No ankles were visible on the girl was terribly upset-so
beaches in the IH'MH! no young lads much so that in her prayers one night she
1898--the winner-take-all climax to
of 23 had to become "peeping Torn*". said, "Goodbye God, we're moving to Lake
years scrapping between Starke and Butler".
federal defense spending could place a Lake Butler over which town should be the
was singled out as "one of the county) seat. Several elections had already That was more than Hartig could take,
strain
most economically vibrant spots in the severe on the high-tech sector, been held, starting in 1875, and the courthouse Wishing to settle the dispute once and for and the next week he replied that The

United States" in a recent front page ar- Lt. Gov. Wayne Mixon points out. Most had shifted back and forth several all, there was a "gentlemen's agreement" Telegraph was wrong, as usual. What the

ticle in the Wall Street Journal. major cities have office-space gluts, times, causing considerable confusion and between the two towns that the 1898 elec- little girl really said was, "GoodI) By God
and the South Florida condominium hard feelings tion would be the final decision and the were' moving to Lake Butler'

"There is no simple explanation, for market has been depressed for more

what is happening there, the report than two years.

continues.. "Experts point to everything
from a general drift toward the Sun But Florida's accomplishments in Letters to the Editor
this century have been nothing short of
Belt, to Florida's pro-business political
climate its unusually good miraculous. In 1900 it was the least- City Improvements

demographics, its huge cache of populated state that in the South, "a remote DuPont Supports Plans for Increased Funds Are Discussed
retirees' money, the Disney World swampland was only beginning to by
be opened up by the railroads." From
boom and Miami's
Latin, American financial emergence center."as To a that to the nation's fourth most populousstate To Implement Toxic Waste Cleanups Concerned Reader

in less than a century is a success
this might be added the climate, the .. ...... ..
story seldom if ever in 1\.__ _I _1'n._
equalled n '
beaches, and the thousands of lakes that any Editor: Telegraph: We in the Du Pont Company support
have made Florida a recreation state in any nation around the globe. Superfund is the law that governs and Congress' plans to strengthen the law and Making better improvements in the Cityof

paradise. Only one thing could upset the apple funds the cleanup of old hazardous waste increase the fund size to $8.5 billion over Starke should be a never-ending process
cart and turn these predictions into sites. This fund is administered by the the next five years. Du Pont also urges the that provides us all with a constantly bet
According to the WSJ report, ashes of failure. And rosy that EPA and is on the verge of being halted adoption of a Broad Based Manufacturing tering of the quality of life in our town

"Florida this year should trail only one thing because of lack of money, The Congressover Tax, such as the one passed by the Senate, Some improvements have been accomplished -
would be
a lack of planning for the the last has missed several or a comparable version recommended
California in population growth, and it year opportunities by but much-much more needs to
may overtake it as the top producer of future and a failure to provide the ser- to reauthorize Superfund and Ways & Means Chairman Hostenkowski. be done!
vices necessary to cope with this unprecedented the EPA will soon be forced to stop waste Such a tax would require a very low rate to
new jobs and housing starts. Florida growth. That could throwour site cleanup work. Now is the time for Con- bring in enough money for the greatly expanded We need to build many more sidewalks.
unemployment was down to 5.7 percentin gress to reauthorize Superfund so an effective fund. It Is the fair way to raise a Most of our streets don't have them. People
June compared with 7.1 percent nationally economy into a tailspin if too long and much needed national programcan Superfund It would make all waste con- have to walk through the weeds on the
delayed. be continued tributors pay along with the chemical and side of the road or in the streets where the

Governor Graham has The question of should fund oil industries who would contribute to pay, cars and trucks move
frequently and who Superfund -
"The state has become one of the hot- but a more proportionate share.
urgently warned of this danger but so appears to be a primary delay in the The bumps need to be taken out of
test banking and financial-service far the State reauthorization. During the first five Congress, now is the time to reauthorize Walnut Street so people driving in-town to
markets in the country, with deposits in Legislature, as well as years, the chemical and petroleum industries Superfund, and all who contribute waste the downtown area will elect to use it
banks and thrift institutions soaring to most county and city governments have paid virtually all of the Superfund should help pay a share of cleanup cost! rather than the overcrowded US-301. One

$145.25 billion last from $45.71 failed to come up with effective plann- Feedstock Taxes used for cleanup, but the D.V. LuebkeDu of the greatest assets for employment and
year ing for the future. With uncontrolled ERA was finding that as many as 30 industries Pont Plant taxes is the fast foods strip. The pressureof
billion a decade ago..Many experts growth visible horizon put waste at Superfund National ManagerStarke cars and trucks can lead eventually to a
think the structure of Florida's on every the Priority Listed Sites! Florida demand for a by-pass around the

economy is changing in fundamentalways time for planning is now. downtown. Thus, we need improvementsin

that should its routes for in-town trafficand soon
assure economic
preeminence for years to come." Reader Suggests Naming Recreation There is a need on US-301 for painted

pedestrian crossing lines and the SR-16
Florida's has We Demand A Recount...
population growth crossing at the railroad is a rough ex
equaled or surpassed the national rate Facilities for Local Sports FiguresDear perience!

in every decade of this century. Bet- According to a Gainesville Sun We need improvements for the parks

ween 1980 and '85, the population grewto staff and wire report, datelined Mr. Matthews: II.J.K, Field to be changed to Larry Brown and two several more parks. A swimming pool

11.3 million from 9.7 million, almost Tallahassee, Bradford County rank- I am writing to acquaint you with some Park or Field; Edwards Road Field to or children would be greatly appreciated by

tripling the 5.4 percent national growth ed 49th In thoughts I have on possible improvementsto Ruby K. Johns Park as she was the first of-
growth Florida's And, there
need
among is
a great to get the loose
Starke's future in the area of Recreationand ficial to support recreation: Pratt Street
rate and moving Florida to sixth place 50 counties, contributing only 0.1 of Sports. The historical stories you are Playground to Green Machine-Jack Hazen dogs off the streets and into a city-county

among the 50 states Florida's popula Florida's growth since state of- writing about have all ,been very interesting Field where Midgets learned to play; dog pound.
tion is expected to reach 12 R million by ficials began compiling estimatesin and I hope you continue them. Lawtey Playground to either Louie Wain- make It takes strong leadership in City Hall to
1990 moving ahead of Pennsulvaniaand wright Park, Everett Loadholtz (war changes happen. The leadership on
January 1985. Since the City Officials and Chamber of the city council begins with each of
hero Field or Hal Pierce Field (baseball's us
Illinois to become the fourth largest Commerce have planned expenditure for separately discussing the issues with
The article admits that the so- advertising and promotion, which is greatest prospect in Florida history);
state, after California, New York, and very Hampton Field to Middleton Park friends and neighbors. Collectively, we reelect -
Texas called "Growth Alert Index" is not proper, let's start by fully supporting whatwe Graham Field to Doane Thomas Park; the present leaders and tell them
"ironclad test" the state's already have here. what is needed Or seek
an of (heir of Wasdin'I'homas and Wainwright we out new leaders
The Journal notes that while Florida'seconomy growth and was compiled as a way There well managed Recreation families) played Ga. Tech-Gator Bowl, Air and get themto do the jobs that need do- .
is a
has long been a boomorbustaffair to spot growth trends, based on the Department in operation but the play Force hero Hew 228 missions, 23 medals andfor ing. They can induce DOT to paint lines

it seems now to be diversifying in number of visits by out-of-state areas are poorly named. This idea I haveis Vielnaui, now Delta pilot 'captain. This SH-16 crossing get the railroad to smooth out the
that make it stable and would more clearly identify the
ways more more motorists to Florida driver license to identify them with the names of some past The beginning of better
in tune with the future. Florida has of the area's oldest families and events heroes and add some prestige to Starke's rests with citizens government actually -
and the
offices number of out-of- recreatnnIdentily! waking up and
never been dependent on heavy industry vehicles that-seem forgotten. The Edwards family Sincerely yours making their needs known to elected officials
for its state registered in Florida. has been recognized in several ways so I lei'b Thomas, Starke .
prosperity--a good thing
The article also admits that the index why not make some additions such asthe' June 25, 1986
since industry is now the Sincerely,
on wanein
heavy .
many sections of the industrial north "is not an actual headcount of -In"--- Willis.. .... .",.,.,,
residents and
new counts some
and east. It is especially appealing to motorists twice. "

the kinds of business that is expected to County-Agent's Notebook
By
flourish in the U.S. over the next few It appeals to us that/these so- Bobby Taylor

decades, says the Journal. These include called trend setters would have to

various service and retail trades, look a long time to find a more No matter what kind of grass you have, ProperMowIng Methods Always use a sharp, welladjustedmower.
the financial sector and high tech all of mowing-can make or break your lawn. Dull blades do a tremendous
unreliable and inaccurate
way to Naturally all lawns need regular mowing tuai fc>iuvvill, lute, nivc umiiuuu, win, nuuu amount of damage Avoid the
which are already expanding here. determine the growth index of for best appearance. But, mowing too low more frequent mowing than a slow grass when it's wet. Dry grass mowing is easier to

This does not mean that everything Florida counties. weakens the grass,and encourages the sod grower, like Carpet or Centipede. cut, and it doesn't clog the mower. Also,
to thin out I'll offer some hints to help you Actually, your decision on when to mow it's wise to
"is roses" in Florida and use a bag attachment
coming up avoid such should be based the amount of on your
problems.Lawngrasses
A simple eye-ball index, obtainedby on growthS mower, to catch clippings If
that there are no problems to cope withas make.their rood through a tlce the last cutting rather than the allowed to accumulate clippings are
riding through Starke U.S. on the lawn
a result of this unprecedented on process called Pho t ynthesis. To do this, number of days which have elapsed. You tend to smother the grass, they
301 and observing the growth now they nerd a good healthy leaf surface. If should mow often that not promote Thatch
growth. We are reminded by the Jour- a enough so more buildup, and invite insects and (diseases
nal that "There serious concerns in progress here would be a far lawn is mowed too low, too much of this than one-forth to one-third of the total leaf Never cut grass back drastically. If
about the are more accurate and commonsenseway surface is lost, and the grass is unable to surface is removed by each cutting. In lawn has been allowed to jour
effects of further developmenton produce food to other words leave than twiceas grow quite tall
to determine the rate at whicha enough maintain itself. always more you should gradually lower its height with
Florida's already battered, and than The grass literally starves. When this hap- much leaf surface as you cut off. successive mowings..
unusually fragile natural environment. county is growing counting pens, the sod becomes very thin and weeds

The State's roads schools and sewer visits of out-of-state motorists to can invade the lawn. The grass will also be

systems already are sagging, from Florida Driver license offices. problems.more susceptible to insects and other pest Forestry In Bradford County

growth and overuse." And Florida's Bradford County in 49th place- Proper mowing height varies with grass By Da\id \V. Norton

economy, moreover, is not uniformly behind Liberty, Dixie, Gilchrist, species. For examplel a fine-leaved Ber- Bradford County Foresterown
healthy The State's $2.5 billion citrus Union and Lafayette??11! muda can be low as halfaninch.But .

industry, for instance, has been ravaged Bahia, a coarse textured grass, such as My raindancing linally worked, so did a your own land and set lire to it, but a
or Saint Augustine, would be
Preposterous prac- lot oi people's as over one inch of completely dillerent when
by freezes during the past two tically destroyed by such close cutting. It's prayers story a fire Is
rain graced our and of set on someone else's
some
presence our which
property
\\inters And a possible cut-back in important to know how low your particular gardens, ton! be producing income for that landowner.may
lawngrass can be cut without damage. Ifyou're
not sure check with your garden It is my intention to let you know that the The Division of Forestry is offering
wooded areas will continue to have some $IDOO lor information
supply center operator or your county leading to the arrest
agent. tires until a respectable amount of and conviction of woods arsonists. Why not
0 0a Correct mowing frequency depends on moisture brings the water table up to put a stop to this before an arsonist makesa
o how fast your grass is growing. During where it should be. Please be careful with mistake and burns down your house and
spring and summer when weather conditions any outdoor burning that you may do near home or your fine timber which you

usually encourage rapid grass wooded areas planted hoping for a profit.If .

growth, lawns need to be mowed rather
1 Yr often. On the other hand when winter A recent survey of the fires in this! area you need to do any outdoor burning
over the past 6 months shows that and would like
over 50 to receive an authorizationor
growth Is slower, lawns need fewer cut
tings. Also, lawngrass influencethe Percent are a result of arson,or deliberate- if you would like to report wood's arson,
species
About 500.000 crater the Moon the woods on fire-this is please call 9C4-S436 in Bradford 496-2025
on can be seen from the Earth through thelmostpowerfultelescopes.( nerd to mow. A grass with a naturally' or .
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of theNews NoticesChurch Items Wed June 28 in Starke '

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z yl Dawn Joiner daughter of Mrs The Attendants were Joy Joiner, rr
4 r Weddings'Receptlons Janice Joiner and the late Billy (Bride's sister), Sherry demons, r
Joiner of Starke, was united in mar Karla Harper, (Groom's sister), &
PartiesGreat riage to Timothy Harper son of Trista Lee, They wore gowns similarto
Wayne Harper of Brooker and Olivia the Matron of Honor. All the attendants y
Harper of Starke, on June 28 at 8:00: wore! tiny gold bracelets which r ,
p.in. III Baylcss Highway Baptist was a gift from the Bride. Each attendant
I Church in Slarkc. also carried a brandy
I The ceremony was performed by sniller.
Rev Venoy Jolley with nuptial Tiffany Lee was the Flower Girl
music provided by pianist MillS Barbara and her basket was trimmed pink (4
Ann Smith and soloist Mrs, ribbons and flowers
Jam-Hi- Reese & Jimmy Alvarez Joshua Lee! was the King Bearer : ;; J
Gift Ideas The church! was decorated with a and he carried u pillow trimmed I in : )
wooden votive candle arch accentedby pink ribbon and flowers with gold .
pink flowers and flanked by rings!: ? :j
votive candlabra trees, two basketsof The Bride wore a long, white gownof :.l.
pink & mauve flowers, pots of l'IJanlllly lace, with a Queen Anne (
fern palm and l liscus trees; aisle neckline, puffed Queen Anne .. ,
candlabras marked the pews; the sleeves filled bodice and chapel .. .
vestibule table held an arrangementof train Her headpiece and veil was a '
tapers and greenery Juliet cap of white seed pearls, waist
TinBride was given in marriageby length fingertip veil of Illusion. She .ii' ,
her cousin, Freddy Carroll. The carried a long cascade of pink & .\
Best Man was Blame Dyal and the while roses, miniature! carnations
I L ushers were Ty Clemons Jimmy and baby's breath A Pearl necklaceand
I s'i .Lewis Jimmy Joiner, and Michael pearl earrings completed her IIIr. -
\ Conner, Jr. All were attired in outlit
f similar silver gray tuxedoes The reception was held in the rL
.- The Matron of Honor was the fellowship hall which was decorated
Bride's sister\ Sherry Lee. She wore with pots of ferns and other tropical .
i ,. a mauve satin gown in the Lady plants The tables were all covered
!,A,o,' '-- Di.ini style with short puffed sleeves with white flounced linen with pink i_
) w t. .kV t! & I lilted v-pomted waist, her hair bows tied on each corner
sFdl was adorned with a circle of ivy and The Brides table was centered bya .\ & :Jhs.1'inwthy ll.iiper
daisies Sin carried a brandy snifter four-tiered wedding cake
with a floating candle encircled by decorated in pink roses, cheri bums,
mauve Mowers and ribbons doves, bride & groom under glass Guests were n.l.\.dullhe\ door by und attends Santa Ke Community
and flanked on either side with arrangements Ida Sue Schmitt. College"!:
of pink & mauve carnations The Bride's book was attended by The Groom is a graduate of BUS
I Happy 17th Birthday I interspersed with burning Michelle Conner. Assisting!: was Linund works for the City of Starke
votive candli'K Silver dishes held da Hewitt, Haven Crosby. Mi & The couple will reside at Crosby
Jennifer Whee lei f mints & nuts The cake was made by Mrs Leaton Morgan IV. Lake
Barbara Kcddish. The table was attended _ThcBride_ is a j graduate ol LUIS
I 25 1986 Barbara Reddish and Linda
July I by -
I'| Carol Woods
Love. Mama & Dadwin dy The punch table was centered with T1 AflNOUNClNiJotl
Jan.J arrangement of pink & mauve G
::: carnations, burning votive candles
and pineapple baskets. Punch and

Oil I lnul.il coir.ullmis ;aie (rained \tea was served by 1 lelen Crosby and Aaron Da\'b Paternal, groat-giiindparciits are

; b l \ (the N.ilional; III idal Sc-i\ue i Cindy Conner Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Davis of Starke Ruby Keames Starke
i 'V The Groom's cake was chocolate, proudly announce the birth of their Paternal great-great-
t1 d'. DRESS & OPEN Mon.-Sat. flanked with silver candlesticks with son, Joel Aaron born on July 21, 1IIIG! grandmother' is Fannie Kcames,
Mai ke
/f tMVJ GIFT SHOP 9:30-5:30: burning mauve tapers, silver reverebowls in Alachua General.
n held nuts & mints Mrs
yogurt Maternal are
Bradford Square Shopping Canter 964.5051I Pineapple baskets were filled with Zelma Grandparents. Tiffany Annltouc
fruit a ball & chain, billy jack, hand Paternal Grandparents are Mr. & Annette and Roger Howe, Jr. of
cuffs and a truck with cans tied to it. Mrs James Davis of Starke Staikc announce the birth of a
I I rum "Pnn/ ::1 V ,. The cake was served by Nancy Joel joins a brother Joshua and daughter Tiffany Ann, born June 5
? :- 1ri.'ClL Roberts & Tammy Dempsey sister Kayla at M Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville

I II ;p- The food table was attended by Charles Kollin Kennies Maternal.
grandparents are Mr
1\1 ore Mhtcr ..MirtIiant.sThere Ada Jones & June Carrol and
I was Charles & Tina Keanies of Lake and Mrs. James Balkcom Maternal
decorated with fruit Idled ceramic he birth of
Butler proudly announce ( great grandmothers are Mrs Mary
I a
r: watermelon baskets and pink & their son. Charles Kollin Kcames II, Khoden and Mrs. Bertha Arpen of
! is no secret who Starke's d white "Just !Married" helium born July 5, 1W6! in Alachua General Callahan. Paternal grandparentsare
: largest quality jeweler is. This well ba loons!. Hospital in Gil lll'sville.Matel'l1al Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rowe Sr
,. The silver colic service was attended -
in business grandparents are Katie Paternal great grandparents are
known family has been
I by Lavon Crosby and the gift Mae McCraney Holly Hills, KL, Mr and Mrs. Willis Broughton, Sr
i s i over 35 years. They have all con- table was attended by Shannon Conner Marvin Millard Arnold Lake Butler and Mr and Mrs. Trubie Rowe all
I .- tributed to the success of their. I Paternal grandparents are Curtis of Starke. Great Great grandparents

mi;;; ,;?bUS|I1MSf; ,Jt t you havent' !; recognized & Virginia Keames. Starke.wwwwwwwswwwwwww.wiwwwwww.wwww. are Mr. and Mrs Jessie Kitchens -
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this well known jewlery store by : great great grandmothers
n
now, here is a big clue. This professional g Ann t an1 Mrs Mattie Henderson and Mrs
Hours 10-S.30: M-F Jo s : Jewel Kowe
team offers custom design- 10-4 Sat.

Ing, master gem stone setting, as South 301 Plaza A Speciality Gift I Shop ''.

well as all fine jewelry repair, 11t ((904)) 9648547Starke ...f : Did You Know. ., ... ,
watch & clock repair, engraving ;

ear piercing (which is done on1 1.1, Our Gourmet: Food Baskets! are the answer lo M.I. : :J
C.idet! Gary J. Reddish, Jr., sun of
& class havea _
premises) rings. They
your gill needs. New items are spit cliamp.ignemustard. Gar; > Reddish of 1250 N. Grand St.
very large selection of fine .--- ( ;roW, I Farm Corn Relish chow chess tt\ll picklis. appie St.il.ke. Fla., has been commission
i jewelry for your viewing at both locations, Downtown Call St. & Bradford Squre. Can you and 'wine's Iisorite'' ed as a M'l'oJllllil'u\'IMnt\ under the
Imtlcr Our clips pasta! seasonings! .ineei
recognize the professionals who deal In diamonds and other fine jewelry I Ann> 's Early Commissioning Pro-
I Come for taste treat
Williams Jewelry Charney Milta Brenda Linda, David & Vicki in soon a gi.iin'Ihe
: We now l'al"l''Il'dl'd items from the Berry Basket line program allows a cadet who
I I 1. r ;, w..www..wwwww..w.wwCl has: completed all the military
, Boat building, engine repair science! requirements to become a
I fiberglass work is what this man member of either an Army National
Guard; in Reserve unit. Thus allows
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and wife team is involved in. They the
I new olhcer to continue working
have a boat-building factory which I, 1A'S toward a bachelor's degree
I ( builds some of the best fishing I 7' Reddish is a student at Georgia'
, 1 boats in the southeast. In fact Classic Cuts & Styles Slate University: in Atlanta I
His wile, Sandra i the
, ; these boats are sold throughout is diughtri
ol Ausli.v and Flora Alexander <"I f
t the southeast. The demand for the Decatur, G.IAn .
I Look Great
boats exceeds the capacity of the ,[.l for
factory to build. The boat-building : National Guard Aiiiii.ui
\ : Summer Dai/s Ahead Roland A Coleman, son ol Mi &
business is under the managementof
V Mis: Roland C. Coleman ol Sl.uki'
one son, Junior. The engine ... .:2J' Curly' $ has graduated from the I's' An
repair business covers all types of Pcnns Inc. IljircutNtcns 254IS Koive electric poweiline spc-i'lalitcoiu.se

outboard------. Inn .Inboard..---. motor':.. The ............;.. \ -.. & 1Vomcnshaircuts at Sheppard Air Four Rise.
only trouble the engine repair people have under the direction of David Is there Isn't enough $ 7 Texas
. During the course, studentweie
hours in the day to catch up. Part of this complicated business is fiberglass construction of - taught to construct and maintain
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dogboxes and anything that needs fiberglass on it, in addition to rebuilding boats and installing overhead and underground( elcctncal -
motors. This part of the business has the other son, Victor working in it. The retail sales store is -!ff- distribution systems They

where you can get a new Mercury engine put on one of their Stumpknockers or GriffCrafts, is I Ttmpl. Leo fima Houri also earned credits I toward an
lIon.Sal, 9 SEtininft associate through the Community
operated by Vic's wife, Brenda. Can you Identify this hard working man and wife team? Suit Starlit.I Ft Nina C. Walktr by College degree of the An Forces.

Griffis & Sons Fiberglass Woodrow & Alice Griffis across from BUS Appointment His sole Kesah I is the daughter of

i .- _... v t Mather Anderson ol Jacksonville.
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Professional service when you need It the most Is what you get from,
the staff of DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home. Serving the Bradford, Union''

and Clay counties with offices in Starke and Keystone. Benton Futch and, TEN PIECESHRIMP
Steve Futch provide professional advice that you need in times of grief.

Steve is the person you will talk to in Starke. He and his wife, Cindy, are
very active In civic and community functions of the area. Their approachto i : DINNER

doing business Is based on personalized service to the families in,

their time of need. They have a tradition to keep based on principles setI r '

Ul..h 111Jj h" no'UW.,I IH II .r"..... Jones. the n I I...13'" established the .UUOII.....,1".w.", ...,....,... "/ears ay"'n". *_.* RWHWBMnv "
hand-breaded fried shrimp,
and that was to take care of the families. The Jones Funeral Home also handles monumentsand Ten delicious, t 'N\
hospital equipment. They also provide a non-emergency medical transportation service. I with our natural- ut french fries, fresh ,

Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Home Steve Futch cole I slaw, Southern-s tY le hush puppies, j .. 1 .
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cocktail sauce and a lemon wedge. 5 m
When you need insurance you
should contact the Ron Denmark '

Insurance Agency located at 2117N. 1 K.- I

Temple (US 301 N) or call $3.59
, 9647071. Ron and his wife Jo Ann ***tnt* *

- can answer your questions about ..... "

your probably automobile can save Insurance you some and j SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY MONDAY & TUESDAY

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,' money. Home owners insurance is All- ou-CaEt-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner 2-Picce Fish DinnerIiniicrinikKli.s:2B.'MiMvbn.wnfj.sh '

another .area they are very
Country-style fish fillets French
knowledgeable about, Includin fries Cole slaw -Hush I puppies fillets, nIIlIraI"ul! : rends fries fresh 9 9
$1
mobile home Of course
,I.. coverage. t d For $3.29 cole.slaw 2Stndhcnt-stylyhush\ puppies. .
they are a full service agency and Dining Room Service7kt'ue.o Only.
.... offer very .good business and life
'j. coverage. Ron Is no stranger to Insurance

he worked for Farm I Captain D'sA

,-n,, Bureau for several years prior opening his own office. They bought and remodeled the 6
,"il,; building they now occupy. The Denmarks also own those Mini Storage' buildings that are nlcel

painted and,have paved parking ,areas that are directly behind the Insurance office. Can you I great little seafood place.&

recognize Ron and Jo Ann. .

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Fulghom-Podgett Engagement AnnouncedM J

Jli/ 'li-n' KulKhiiin. daughter of1h
: & :Mrs l.on/o Starling of ;
I."* .>. and lien I'udKfU. son olMis
: s Aluiii I'ii'lf.i'tt' (tandthehdeJ'F
l'adW'II, ol' l.iivMiannounce"' their
HiiH-riiciil> and iippiouchmg mur-
flaw'
The wedding will !III' an event ol
August\ iii, liiHii! ; nt Tat(( p.in at The 1 1j
First! Presbyterian Church in a j
Strike, "'Ia 1J
All Irll'lIdand:. l relatives are Invited J
to witness:. then1 vows!

Harms Robinson

Engagement AnnouncedMr.

& Mrs. Karl li, Harms of /
Keystone Heights announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Churlene Louise, to Ncal Alan
Robinson ol' Melrose. Neal I Is the con
of Mr. Max Robinson, Lennon,
Michigan and Mrs Judy Simpson,
Keystone Heights. THIS WEEK
AT !
Charlenu i is attending the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Neal is a graduate of Keystone I
Heights High School and Is
employed by the University of

Florida The .wedding will be August 16,
IHIMi! lit Keystone United Methodist -1!
Church Keystone Heights.

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Class be Reunion FinalizedFor PlansTo i ir' jI I

Class of 1981If 1.09 2N09 t59 1.99

you haven't received an invitation
to the Class Reunion, BUS Classof .
1981. please be sure to contact ;;,,:? ;,. '- :

Tammy Winkler, 904-4903, before
August 4.
Plans are forming for an en-
joyable reunion so please be sure to
contact someone. Addresses and ""'
other information about several
classmates were not available and .',"01" ..
everyone should attend this occa t'. ... ,
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Northside Baptist

Northside Baptist Church will hold
Vacat ion Bible School from August 4
August 8. The hours will be 7-9 p.m
The church is located at CR 16 &
CR 225. '
If you need a ride or for further information -
call 964-5253. .....
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Ocala, Friday evening, July 18.
Hostesses for the evening were
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Brenda and Cookie Mundorff.The .
bride-elect and her mother, fi D
Laurie Mullins of Starke, were ,
presented corsages on their arrival. Nt, ",
Twenty guests enjoyed games and : 7 I" IWNri
refreshments. The punch table held
two crystal punch bowls, nuts, mints I ,
and a cake decorated for the occa .I. .
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Out of town guests included Irene Qy rrrw.nIrr
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The hostesses presented Patty .I ,,,:. "
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Bride Elect

Miss Patricia Mullins, whose mar- .,..
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+ County School Board In the upcoming years, Schlolman and IW1. Dr. SVIilo/inm/ \ is a foimt/./
: ., .aM4 Member Dr. Len Schlofman has an- wishes to see improvements in the Naval officer who xencd lor Iii
,.., .n' nounced that he will seek reelectionto physical Facilities with better years at the Naval Air Station in
..; -, '"."'.. the District 3 School Board Seal, teacher-pupil ratios and continued! Jacksonville on a Naval scholarship
6NY.. .MdwS,. 'W which he was appointed to by Governor improvements' in the quality of before moving to Slarke' Schlolman'
-.a'1' ( ..' 11 Bob Graham in May 19B5. education He especially wishes to has also been active in commimio
I.....cww......r. "'" .. 461811 During his year in office, Dr see 'better representation' of small affairs by being treasurer iiiul now
r.. Schlofman is proud of the board's school districts on the state level. vice-president of the local Kiwiiin
; many accomplishments: such as the !More funds from Tallahassee for Club He will become president! this
walkway renovation at Starke: local projects will also be sought. September Schlofman hell also
ik\ 1 Elementary School, the Bradford Schlofman received his bachelor's served four years on the Chauibei ol
ki' High School fire reconstruction and degree from the University of Tennessee Commerce board of governors amt
+ the Vo-Tech truck driving range project with honors in 1974. He earned now holds the treasurer's post! alter
4 I a the ductnr ol optometry degree being elected to another term last
Dr Schlolman was also instrumental Irom the Illinois College of Optometry year. Schlofman also has been past
h.It; .".... ."T. in working with officialsin in 197II) ,' was listed in president of his local professional
1'1" .'...II.!. Tallahassee to obtain $400,000(( ) for Who's Who at the Illinois College of organization, the Northeast Florida
J->:!..... the renovation of the 1954 Bradford Optometry in 1979. lie was student Optometric Society
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;: IIIt'- High School Auditorium. body president his junior year and Schlofman and wife, Therese
I Kai :M.n tin,Sli.miH I I Marlin; "I of the have
am encouraged with what the vice-president! senior class. three children with Jill attending
Len Scl.lormon, board has done over the past year Dr. Schlolman was a member of the Bradford County Schools Dr
Dl l.3, Scl.ool Board and look forward in helping to improve Gold Key I Honor Society and was Pete Gianas will serve as Sthlol
the educational system in been named to a list of Outstanding man's campaign treasurer in the upcoming
Starke Church of God Twins Bradford! County" Schlnfman KJIVH. Young Men in America in 1979 19BO election.
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Headed for Lee CollegeThe You Dad.have rugged good looks. : Roberts Announces

A powerful masculine voice, .
Slaike Church ol God has Fitness Iron President Ucagnn. An athletic physique f
something) unique in (heir church, A were also offered hI()- '('iII' Scholarship -
SFPI'UF"fWINSBO'I'IIREC'EIVING: at Santa Fe Community College Great personal charm. for Dist. 3
THK: HJKSIDKNTIAL.: SCHOLAR They were BOTH voted Senior Above average intelligence Candidacy
SHIP Foil A YEAR AT LEE:. COL- Superlative Most I Intellectual 1 by and on top of all that... to.. ......., ,., -
; l.KliK: : : in Cleveland, Tennessee! their senior class Both' were Scott Roberts has announced his Roberts is presently employed asa
: Karen Itebecca and Sharon outstanding business students' in You passed all your good candidacy for the District 3 seat on General Agent with the George
: Deborah) Martin, daughters ol Miami their l business classes, with Sharon qualities on to me! L :( the Bradford/ County School Board. Roberts Insurance Agency. "I havea
: Mrs Ralph %V. Marlin, Slarke, receiving Most Outstanding Happy Birthday! t!.. Roberts was horn and raised in long term commitment to the com-
Florida, are indeed a special bless:; Business Student' Award. Bradford County, which will remain munity and to the education
: ing to the Slal'k" Church. They both Karen has> served as Y.L.A. "1'I'si- Susan i ::._ ,j his principle resident. He is a system," Roberts staed.
graduated Iron Bradford County dent and Sharon Secretary! at their graduate ol the Bradford County
: high School ; Karen with high church for' two years. Sharon is school system, Roberts completed Roberts is presently an active
;: honors Sharon with honors. They church pianist, participating andplacing ., ,. his bachelor of science degree in member of the Elks Lodge number
both were lIual"I1I'ollnll'nt students lithe( I piano division'l 0tu'n p .-.............s. business! administration at the 1802, is on the Board ol Directors
: :. as Santa Fe Community College Talent Both are active in church University of Florida. with the Chamber of Commerce andis
l I their senior year of high school Youth Group Roberts is married to the former also the treasurer for' the Starke
Karen nun Shm'on1'1'1' members These are just a h'01 the many \ Cynthia Norman of Lawley. Cindy is Kiwanis Club.
: ol the National Honor Society also, accomplishments the twins have obtained. presently a student at University of "Being a product of Bradford
members of the Future Business I would say these twins are t. ._ North Florida pursuing a degree in County School, T have long had an
: Leaders of America Club, participating definitely unique with their similar> ---- elementary educution., They both attend interest in the system and the ability
in contests; Karen placed mentality trails, etc, God has blessed >- Scott RobertsFor the. First Presbyterian Church to work with others for the better-
second! place two years in Regionaland them withshowing up in the very Dlat, 3, Set ooh Bd. nr w .o? ment of the schools."

I in Clerk once second place in Stale Level beginning ol t their school years ...............................................................................
: Typist t I and II; Sharon plac The Starke Church is very
ed'fth, in Accounting I first year. thankful to God Ion letting them "A Man for the People' +
: This year both placed again, this sharein the lives ol'these two special *
time in Word Processing Both people! I Their plans are to attend : *
: received awards in Business, Lee College in the (lall. HAROLDWATERS +*
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Fnglisy; Math, and also the God Bless You-Karen and Sharon- *
I J'I'l' III"lIlIill Award ol Academic Staike's special twins! *+
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I : Community News With Mary Kay, +


: EIIrabethf'alker Alter keeping the group overnight Try Before COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4 t
fIHI-liliKt Freewill Church
: Baptist members ty
: The audition! for the Annual Talent served them breakfast and waited You Buy -
Show will be held Friday. July 25 with them until another bus arrivedto If elected, HAROLD WATERS will represent THE PEOPLE in District
the i
escort their
on
from 12:00: 1:00: P.M. at RJ.E.Gym. group way. So purchase only formulas
I : Hehgous, dance and comedian Needless to say, the several suited you t to individual skin 4, HAROLD WATERS will work with the other commissioners for ;
children in the glad of your type
groupel'e
awarded.groups are welcomed.! Prizes will be the rest and comfort' provided by the and glamour shades that coincide the best interests'of THE PEOPLE. in Bradford County. HAROLD i

.. Please bring your favorite tapes, Starke church members. with your coloring, preferences and : WATERS will make responsible decisions that concern ALL THE i
records, etc The
talent
Friday night
show will start at 7:30: p.m. Church News.: ... wardrobe. To try Mary Kay, and : PEOPLE. :
Saturday's sport activities will The Greater Allen Chapel Church receive a complimentary facial call .
I i ; _..'.begin at 10.00: a m. and. the cookout ushers anniversary will be held Sun- for an appointment. ..- ..
will begin at TOO: p.m day at 3 p.m.with All members this activit are..askedto : A vote for HAROLD WATERS is a vote for ALL THE PEOPLE. :
There will be activities all day and cooperate Independent Beauty Consultant ----- :
the public is invited. .
The Fellows of Churches will meet SANDRA REDDISH .
Ga. Ct.urcl.' ; Group"Guests' at Ebezener Baptist Church at 3:00: : If you have not registered lease do so. :.
p.m.. All churches of the organization Independent Sales Director .
Cl'urcl: '
of Local ;
PD POL ADV ;
are ugred to attend. 964-7883 431-1203 :*............................................................e.................
Saturday, July 19, approximately
70 members of a church group from
various towns in Georgia, were left

:. Starke stranded when between their Lake bus broke Butler down.and

Fortunately, some of the patrons of ffOurMortgige Rates Were Lower
.. the group knew a local deacon, Any
James Prince, and they put in a call
to him for help.
Deacon Prince and several others
: found the stranded people and took
1 them to their church in Starke, Off The
4 Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Theyd Drop Page.Fixed
Church, for assistance. .

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OUTLAW REALTY Rate 30-Year Mortgage 1-Year Adjustable Mortgage Loan


2 /& points, 10.72 % A.P.R. 2 '/ points, 9.20 % A.P.R.
Social Briefs


: First Cl.rlstian Cl.urcl; To % %

Honor New Pastor, Wife
10.375 7.875
The members of the First Chris
tian Church will honor their new
minister and his wife, Tom and Judy
Cralton, on Sunday afternoon,
August 3, 19HH from 3:00: 5:00: P.M.
, in the church Fellowship Hall

: Call The St.The public.church is is invited located to attend.at 507 W. Fixed Rate 15-Year Mortgage 234 points, 10.57 % A. P.R.

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Attention Senior Citizens !

? Sign Up For :

Silver Pages' Discounts

Come to the Senior Center, corner %
., of Georgia and Grand St., Wednesday -
July 30, at 10:00: A.M. and sign
up for the Silver Pages, a national
Senior Citizen's Discount Program,
and receive a Silver Savers
Passport!
Seniors may use the Sih er Savers'
Passport at any participating
business nation wide. ."
For more information, please call
Kcverlv or Teresa at 964-4545. ,

;Jid, You Know.. .. ..... ,

The duplicate bridge scores from
last week (July 15)) are: 1st Frances
Livingston, Lora Francis; 2nd Florida Federal
Luiile Given, Marjorie Thomson.
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Airman Shi A. Breedlove, rile vihiitl' In change LWo m
daughtrr ol Mary L. Caruthers of
Colcman, "'Iii., and Raymond H.
Breedloxe ol Keystone Heights has CALL 1-800-THE BANK fOR THE LOCATION OF Wl''R NEAREST: FLORIIM FEDLKAL OFFICE
graduated from the U.S. Air Force!
ground( communications radio
specialist course at Keesler Air Downtown Galnetvlll OalnMvllto/The. Startce S?*!*
Force Ba>e. Miss. 220 N Main Street 8707 Newberry Road 395 W Madison Street 3033 S'W' College Rd.
C-raduate tIll th.' curse learned\ to 377.3344 375-2700 964-500O 237-7204 ,.
install and maintain high-powered Oalnovllte/Unlverelly, K y.lon Hvlghtt Lk Butler .-
3501 W. University Ave. Lawrence Blvd. B 175 W Main Street ,
round communications: l'lIIpl1U'l1t11.1 ,' I' I a ? ,
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_ Ray Durban Announces Candidacy for School Board District 2 Seat '

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Hay Durban has announced his future and we need to make sure for our tax dollars. We should pro is second to none, that the Instruc- Pop Warner Football A!/on. and'in
fundi'liicy lor the District 2 seat ol v -.r they have all the educational oppor-- vide these educators with all the tion he or she receives will be from '84-85 was on the Board of Directorsof
the Bradford County School Board :. tunities available both academicand necessary materials, classroom the best educators, using the best the Pop Warner Football Assn.
Durbiin was born and raised inl.asUcv -- extra-curricular, within the facilities, and most important, materials and under the best conditions Durban is a member of Bradford
as was his father. He ut- Bradford County school system. I parent in order for them to that can bo had. High All-Sports Club, QuarterbackClub
h-nde'li| I l.iiwley Klementary! and would like to see my children and do their jobs. The young boys and "As a local businessman in Is active in the Little League
Br.HHoJ'llllll4h! Class' ol) 19!(>1. Heat your children graduate from our girls in school are the doctors Starke, I will be available to all Baseball Program in Lawtey and
tcndoil University of Florid.i for schools with all of the necessary lawyers,businessmen and leaders oithe parents concerned with the education with the Student Foreign Exchange
I'2' yt'.trs. Durban isol the Methodist \.. knowledge and experience neededfor years to come The pathway they of their children in our school Program. Durban has served 20
faith and is a member ol Grace \ 1// them to succeed in college the take depends very largely on whatwe system at any time" years In the Florida. National Guard.
,
United Methodist\ 1 Church' of l.awlc.v\ : .;.' :. business world or whatever career do to provide them with the In 1977-7B, Durban was vice- Ill'tI\ the owner of Durban
..' they wish to pursue in life educaiton and tools necessary to president of Lawtey Elementary Memorials a successful and growIng
Durban and wile, Bonnie have "As a resident and concerned lead a productive life in our society School PTO and president in '7B-79! ; business in Starke;
lour children, Chris, age 15; Scott, citizen of Bradford County, I am "As your School Board represen- 85-86, Durban was vice-president of Durban plans to continue servingin
13, llarnic, 10, and Greg, 8. The Dur- very interested in the way our school tative from District 2, I will work Lawtey Klem. PTO president of any organization that is concerned
'luins have been married lor 17 I system is run. We should strive to long and hard to make sure your Middle School PTO in '84.85, is currently with the youth of Bradford County -
years. have the best educators we can get child's opportunity for an education president of Bradford County .

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Lawtey Schools Elementary ol Bradford, Middle and Stuffed crab meat in a natural! .
High County Crab & Fish
Durban is very interested\ in and 'J I crab shell golden-brown fish
concerned about the quality of / O fillet, french fries & hush puppy. II
education of young people at all J.
L- ::" I D INE OR $199
levels. D. ? Contain TVk
"Our young people are the most Ray Durban aj Oiler e'PI lr flood any other
valuable resources this county and Dist.2. Sc' <>..) avoid \ special l or tl a ree.N wish Copt D'I'). A little seafood place. '.
great ,
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the country ; they are our
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Judy Becker Seeks crab shell, golden-brown fish
fillet, french fries & hush .

: Boat$1.99 Captain D i ..

Re-Election] Dist. 2 Ova expire 8/7/86/ / Not good with any other .
to The Crab & Fish Boat ,
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J Judy Becker of Lawtey has announced at Bradford High School to serve on II Stuffed crab meat i in a natural! .i
her candidacy for reelection the Bradford County School Board. Crab & Fish crab shell golden-brown fish
Bradford to the District School 2 Board.seat on the ta She Ke is as part-time instructor. at San- Just t the right am unl..at just the right pried! fillet, french fries& hush puppy. I.
County Community College.Becker
Becker first elected In 19H2, is a was selected as the Tender crab meat and stuffing inside a natural IJ Boat $199 .
1H!(;7 graduate of the Un>vpr.-: ;: ,:/ representative of Florida School crah shell a golden-brown fish fillet t, plus Ca P tam Ds
Northern Iowa and holds masters Board members the State In- Offac .p""B'7/86' Nol I good with any olneispecial
a on
natural-cut french fries and a Suut I .
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'or discount' iat participating' Cap! 0 at 1
degree in Secondary Mathematics structional Materials Council for A great little seafood IAa..
Eductiton from the University of Secondary Mathematics the past style hash; puppy.Captain. KP fHm iii CLIP THIS COUPON M BE .Hi BB .
Florida where she is her two She
the
pursuing years. serves on
doctorate.An Chamber of Commerce Education Crab & Fish Stuffed crab meat in a natural! .
experienced educator. Becker Committee was a member of the D's crabshellgolden-brownfish.
has been directly involved in the selection committee for the Dean of
public schools of Iowa and Floridafor I Instruction and Curriculum at :
Boat$1.99
more than 12 years. Upon rnrninn University of Florida ( Captain -
to Bradford County she was first a "During the past four years I have A great little seafood place.
011.l e'pn o Bliss Nol good with olhar J
any
volunteer and then a teacher at promoted and sought greater citizen \ .
special or discount
'tat panicipatina' Capt O si
Lawtey Elementary. She left her input. I believe my background and A great little seafood place.,1
position as a mathematics teacher experience enabled me to understand d . CLIP THIS COUPON B Hi B ii
and to communicate with thosein
-- the school system in the com-
munity, and in state government
"I of schools in
am proud our
Bradford County. As we work
together, we that can will make benefit Improvements our- ATTENTION : BRADFORD COUNTYWe

children and our community

from money"We the are than state receiving we and have from more before.project money Will Beat/Match ANY Bonafide Deal

however, we have many more needs

and must grants continue and to'make to aggressivelyseek responsible (Tent Sale Credit Union Clearance Sale)

decisions concerning the budget."

have Michael Becker two who and children attend her husband Bradford Micki, Leslie High and, 365 Days A Year Call Now !

School and Bradford Middle School.
She is active in PTA and in Band
Parents. An active member of the
First United Methodist Church of '
\ Starke, she sings in the choir and -- : F-150 I
works with the programs for
children and youth. She has been a PFORD .
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member of the 4-H advisory comrni'- ($1000 UNDER
I Judy Becker tee and was responsible fcr organizIng -
Boy Scout Troop number 75 in Costs!)
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I Kep.. George rady to Seek Ite-JMection = ARRAGON CFIERUI(, PARS


'I have enjoyed serving the peoplein criminal Justice system; passing the government, and increasing state the Commerce Committee, Natural

my district for the past nine years Prison Impact Bill to provide an additional funds for education, in Bradford Resources Committee Health and
,
mid I am looking forward to continuing source nf rr''\'r'nur''nr! county! County, by $1,810,714 in the past two Rehabilitative Services Committeeand The four traditional "fines herbes" are chervil, parsley, tarragon and chives.
to serve them the "
in
yearsiihciiil
years. the Tourism and Economic
Stute Representative Representative is vice-
Crady Development Committee. In addi-
<;C'III'I-C'! ( Crtuly said as he announced chairman of the Rules and Calendar tion, he is Chairman of hte Small

that he will seek ro-election to the Committee, one of the most powerful Business! Suhcommillop, Thank You -:
Flon
11101 House of Representatives, committees in the House because it ,

District: U: decides which bills will be permittedto House District 13 includes Baker

"I/ believe that the people of Bradford reach the floor for a vote. Nassau Union and parts of Duval, I will continue to servein

County want the kind of effec- R >r>rfH.f>nl..lvr. Prnrlv, also sorvoo on and Bradford! Counties ,

tive, conservative, common sense the same impartial and -'", '
leadership that I have provided in
humble
the manner and will
Legislature. Incumbents :
Hampton City ,/ ,
Representative Crady has become continue to work hard for '. '.:
an effective spokesman for the

needs of Florida's" small counties; Council Scots Qualifying Ends the betterment of Brad- A,. .

lie has funds( for legislation to increase ford County and "r; } '

for local governmentand The qualifying for city elections in Four seats were open for qualify especially for District 2
to increase education
funding. Hampton is over and because of ing two
a two-year terms and two one-
"I I am proud" 01'my success in the lack of outside qualifiers most posi- year remainder terms. Councilman under our new system of

Legislature Crady said. "We have tions are to be filled incumbent Ted Curtis
by qualified for one seat and
been very successful in providing for members of the council. Waldron Wadsworth qualified for single member district !

the needs of Bradford County. Mayor Elwood Padgett said that another. The other two seats will elections '

Among the accomplishments that I after qualifying had ended July 18 he probably be appointed, Mayor t l'

am most proud of are: Providing f was the only one to qualify for the Padgett said. Yours sincerely E.L. (Nook) Norman

$400,000 for renovation of the Brad- position of Mayor and Marshal Kay The Hampton council will meet

ford County High School Simmons was the only to qualify for again the second Tuesday ol August E.L.
auditorium; providing $100,000 for a -- that position. 1Jllfi.! ( Nook) NormanCounty

community forensic program to pro-
Rep. George Crady

vide counseling for the and local evaluation courts services and- Seeks Re-Election to Dist. 13 "A great empire, like a great cake is most easily diminished at the edges." Commissioner, District 2PD

Ben Franklin POL ADV



its Intersection with State Rood No. 200
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ENACT MEN f DONNIE A. BURCH and
NoticesIn (U.S. 301)); run thence Southerly along OF ORDINANCE BY CLARINDA BURCH et al., NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Legal State Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)) to Its Intersection CITY COMMISSION Defendants ORDINANCE BY REGISTER

with County Road No. 221: run STARKE. FLORIDA NOTICE OF SALE CITY COMMISSION FICTITIOUS NAME
thence Southerly along County Rood No. NOTICE IS HEREBY STARKE. FLORIDA Pursuant lo Section 86509. Florida
accordance with Final Judgment GIVEN that the proposed Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
221 to its Intersection with County Road Ordinance whose title Final entered NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thot the pro S'n'u'es, notice is hereby given that' 'the
entered in Civil Action Case No. a Judgment on June 25.
86.6-CIV-J-14, this is a notice of changeof No. S.E. 34th Avenue (Meng's Daily hereinafter appears will be consideredfor 1986 by the above entitled Court in the poled Ordinance, whose title undersigned, Glenn Grubbs, 2870 Creek
boundaries of County Commissioner's' Road); run thence Easterly along County final enactment on the 12th day of above styled cause, the undersignedUnited hereinafter appears will be consideredfor St.. Middleburg FL 32068 sole cwner

Districts. The new district descriptionsare Road No. S.E 34th Avenue (Meng's August A.D.. 1986 at the City Commission States Marshal or any of his duly final enactment on the 12th day of d"g business under the film name' ot

as follows: Dairy Road) to its Intersection with State Meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m., authorized deputies will sell the property August. A.D.. 1986 at the City Commission Advanced Electronics Heating and AM

DISTRICT NO. 1 Rood No. 100; run ,thence Northerly in the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street situate in Bradford County Florida Meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m.. Conditioning Service and Sales, 416 E:

Beginning at the Point of Intersectionof along State Rood No. 100 to the Southerly Storke, Florida. A copy of said Or- described as: In the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street Call St., Storke. FL 32091 ,intends 'o

the Bradford.Clay County Line and intersection with County Rood No. dinance may be inspected by any A parcel of land In the E I I2 of NE I/4 Starke Florida. A copy of said Ordinance register said fictitious name under the

State Rood No. 200 (U.S. 301)), run thence 100-A (Griffis Loop); run thence Northerly member of the public at the Office nf the of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 28. may be inspected by any aforesaid statute.
Southerly along the Bradford-Clay County along County Rood No. 100-A (Griffis City Clerk in the City Hall Stark, Township 6 South Range 22 East In the member of the public at the Office of the Dated this 3" < ly of Juno A D. 1986in

line to its Intersection with State Road Loop) to its Intersection with Seaboard Florida. On the date first abovementioned City of Sturke, Bradlord County Florida City Clerk in the City hall, Starke, Bradford County.
Systems Railroad (Camp Blanding Du- all interested said Florida. On the date first abovementioned 7/34'pd724
No. 16; run thence Westerly along State parties may parcel being more particularly
Rood No. 16 to its intersection with the pont Spur); run thence Southeasterly appear and be hear with respect to this described as follows: all Interested parties may -- .--. --. -
Seaboard Systems Railroad; run thence along Seaboard Systems" Railroad (Camp proposed Ordinance.A Commence" at an iron pipe located at appear and be heard with respect to this NOTICE OF

Northerly along the Seaboard Systems Blanding'Dupont ,Spur) *,, the Brad RESOLUTION DESIGNATING AN the SE corner of said E 1/2 and run North proposed Ordinance SHERifF'S SALE
ford/Clay County Line, the said point of "ENTERPRISE ZONE' IN AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A Notice is that I, Dolph
Railroad to the Northerly Boundary of THE CITY OF 0 0609 East along the Easterly boun- hereby given
the City Limits of the City of Starke; run beginning. STARKE, STATING THE PURPOSE OF THE dary thereof 27.74 feet to an Intersection REDEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND AND ITS Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County
thence Westerly along the Northerly DISTRICT NO.5B.glnning "ENTERPRISE ZONE"; ADOPTING A PROGRAM with an Easterly prolongation of the DURATION; PROVIDING FUNDING FOR Florida under and by virtue of Writ of

Boundary of the City Limits of the City of at the Point of Intersectionof OF LOCAL PARTICIPATION; AND Northerly boundary of the right of way TRUST FUND: THE USE OF FUNDS; REQUIRING Execution to-wit:

Starke to Its Intersection with State Road State Road No. 100 and State Road PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE of Thomas Street; thence South AN INDEPENDENT AUDIT; AND Execution Issued out of Circuit Court'

No. 16; run thence Northwesterly along No. 200 (US 301)) run thence Easterly and DATE. 8935'16' West along! sold Easterly prolongation PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE of Mari
State Road No. 16 to its intersection with Southerly along State Road I No. 100 to its BY: TERENCE M. BROWN 16.96 feet to a concretemonument DATE. Final Judgement for David Benesh and

County Rood No. 233 (Morgan Rood); run Intersection with County Road SE 34th TERENCE M. BROWN located at the Intersection of BY: TERENCE M. BROWN against Norr>imque A. Nguyen, defendant

thence Easterly along County Rood No. Avenue (Meng's Diary Road): run thence 486 N. Temple Avenue said Northerly boundary with the TERENCE M. BROWN in the amount of $15.000 togetherwith ,

233 (Morgan Road) to Its intersectionwith Westerly along County Rood No SE 34th Starke, Florida Westerly boundary of the right of way of 486 N. Temple Avenue costs of collection.'

State Rood No 200 (US 301)); run Avenue (Meng's Dairy Road) to its Intersection 7/24. Itchg. .. ._ Old Lawtey Rood for the point of beginning. 7/24 I Starke, Florida Have seized, and have in my possession
thence Northerly along State Rood No. with County Rood No. 221 ; run -- - From point of beginning thus Itchg, the following described personal

200 (US 301)) to its Intersection with the thence Northerly along County Rood No. NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF described continue South 8935'16" West --------------- property to.Wit:
221 to Its Intersection with State Rood ORDINANCE BY said 75.0 feetto
Bradford Clay county line, the sold pointof along Northerly boundary The Bradford Board of
beginning. No. 200 (US 301)); run thence Northerly CITY COMMISSION on Iron pipe; thence North 021'29' County County 1984 Datsun 4dr. I.D No
along State Road No 200 (US 301)) to its STARKE. FLORIDA West parallel with the Westerly boun- Commissioners is accepting bids on a JNI 1 H U01 S8ET2525//

DISTRICT NO.2'Beginning intersection with County Road No 227; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed dary of said E 1'2. 100.0 feet to an Iron compressor.the Sealed bids will be openedat As the property of the above named
run then Southwesterly Ordinance whose title regular county commission defendant and that on Monday, the 4th
at the Point' of Intersectionthe along County pipe; hence{ North 89 35 16' East
Bradford-Cloy County line and State Rood No. 227 to its intersection with hereinafter appears will be consideredfor parallel' with said Northerly boundary. meeting Monday August 4, 1986 at 9:30: day of August 1986 at 2.00 o'clock on
County Road No 13.: run thence Southerly final enactment the 12th of a.m. said day on the premises of the Bradford
qn day 75,92 feet
Road No 200 (U.S. 301)), run thence Northerly to an iron pipe on the be the
Specifications can picked at
along the Bradford-Clay County along County Road No. 18 to Its Intersection August, A,D., 1986, at the City Commission aforesaid Westerly boundary of the rightof Bradford Clerk's office, up County Jail I will offer for sale and sell
with the Sampson liver, County the bidder for hand
; I run to highest' cosh in
Meeting commencing at 7:30 .
Line to Its intersection with the Bradford- p.m. way of Old Lawtey Road thence south 7/24 Itchg
Baker County Line; run thence Westerly thence Southerly along the Sampson In the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street 0010'31" West along said Westerly boundary the above described property of said
River to the Bradford Alachua County Storke, Florida. A of said defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution
the Bradford.Baker Line copy Or- 100.02 feet to the Point of
along County to Line (Santa Fe River), run thence Westerly dinance may be inspected by Beginning _._._ _. _'_h .. ._ ._. ___._ .
the Bradford Union County Line (New any ,
along the Bradford Alachuo County member of the public at the Office of the Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
River) thence Southerly along the at public outcry to the highest and best
; run Line to Its Intersection with the Br adford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Bradford Florida
"Bradford.Union County Line (New River) City Clerk In the City Hall, Starke" bidder for cash at the hour of 12'00: County
Union County Line (New River THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
) run Florida. On the date first abovementioned 7/l04tchg7 31
o'clock Noon
to Its intersection with County Road No. on August 12, 1986 at the
thence Northerly along the Bradford- all interested IN AND FOR .. .. .
parties - -- --- -
229; run thence Southeasterly along mayappear front door entrance of the Bradford
Union County Line (New River) to Its intersection and be heard with to this BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
County Rood No. 229 to Its Intersectionwith respect County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. .
with County Road No. 229; run proposed Ordinance.AN CASE NO.: 86 69 CA NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
,
County Rood No, 225 (Bayless thence Dated: July 1 1. 1986
Southeasterly along County Road ORDINANCE ADOPTING A COMMUNITY HAZEL DYER CRESSLER, REGISTER
Highway); run thence Southerly along No. 229 to Its intersection with County Richard L. Cox, Jr. Plaintiff, FICTITIOUS NAME
REDEVELOPMENT PLAN AND
County Road No. 225 Bayless( Highway) United States Marshal
Road 225 ( thence
Bayless Highway), run PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE
intersection with Stale Rood No. Middle District of Florida vs.GEORGE
to its
Southerly along County Road No. 225 DATE,, John E. N. TRULL and RUBY Pursuant 'to Section 865.09. Florida
lawlor 'III
100. run thence Easterly along State
(Bayless Highway) to its Intersectionwith TROLL his wife; TRESSIE
BY TERENCE M. BROWN Statutes notice is hereby given that the
with theWesterly Assistant United States
Road 100 intersection
No. to Its Attorney
State Rood 100 BALDREE UNICREDIT CORPORATION
No. ; run thence ;
TERENCE M. BROWN undersigned CLARENCE R HUTCHESONand
of the of Starke Attorney for Plaintiff
City Limits City State Road OF FLORIDA and FLEET FINANCE. INC.
100 .
Easterly along to its intersection 486N. Avenue :
Temple JOYCE B HUTCHESON
Route 2. Box
existed in 1970 thence Norther
it 7/104tchg7/3l
run
as :
with State Road 200 Defendants
(US 301)), Starke, Florida 1335. S'orke, Florida 32091 his. wife as
ly along the Westerly City Limits of the
the said Point of Beginning. 7Itchg I --.-.-..- ------------.- NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
City of Staike to the Southerly Boundaryof 7/24 4tchg 8/7 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Notice is hereby given that pursuantto joint owners, doing business under t
Section 20, Township 6 South Range . -- ------------ the final Judgment of Foreclosure firm name" of DRAPERIES BY JOYC...
MIDDLE DISTRICT
NOTICE OF OF FLORIDA
-- -- PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF
22 East; run thence Easterly and Northerly JACKSONVILLE entered In the Circuit Court of the Eighth Route 2, Box 1335 Starke, Florida 32091

along the City Limits of the City of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CITY ORDINANCE COMMISSION BY Court No. B6-147-CIV-J-12 DIVISION Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County intends to register said fictitious name
Starke to its Intersection with County under the aforesaid statute.
REGISTER UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Florida Civil Action Case No.:
STARKE FLORIDA
Road No. 229; run thence Easterly along FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ,. Plaintiff 86 69.CA on 14 July 1986 we will sell the Dated this 23rd day of Juno. A.O
County Road No. 229 to Its Intersectionwith Ordinance proposed VS. following described property lying and 1986 in Bradford County Florida,
whose till/.
State Rood No. 16 run thence
; Pursuant to Section 665.09 Florida hereinafter NATHAN K, SUSAN SHANNON being situate In Bradford County 7/174ipd8!
appears will be consideredfor SHANNON -
Easterly along State Road No. 16 to its Florida to-wit .. .
intersection with the Seaboard Systems Statutes notice Is hereby given that the final enactment on the 12th day of and LINDA J, SHANNON Commencing: at ,the intersection of the --- --- --

Railroad, run thence Northerly along the undersigned, Hollis Mullins, joint August A.D.. 1986 at the City Commis Defendants North line of Jackson Street NOTICE OF AUCTION
Seaboard Systems Railroad to the Nor owners doing business under the firm sion Meeting commencing at 7:30 p.m., NOTICE OF SALE with the property East line of Cherry NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday
of In the City Hall 209 N. Street Notice Is hereby given that property August 4. 1986 at 10.00 oclock
therly Boundary of the City Limits of the name Maryvllle Forms, P.O. Box 5701 Thompson pursuantto Street and run North 1743' East alongthe
City of Starke, run thence Westerly Gainesville Florida 32602 Intends to Starke, Florida. A copy of said Ordinance a Final Judgment entered on May 30, East property line of Cherry Street A ,M. the undersigned Gator
be Inspected 1986 by the above entitled Court in thee Freightways Inc. will sell at public auction
along the Northerly Boundary of the City register said fictitious name under the may by any 315 feet for a point of beginning, thencerun
Limits of the City of Starke to its Intersection aforesaid statute. member of the public at the Office of th above styled cause, the undersigned South 7222' East 108,81 feet, thencerun for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville
City Clerk in the Hall United States Marshal or of his duly FL one lot of air con
City Starke.
with State Road No. 16; runthence Doted this 16th day of July A.D.. 1986In any North 1747' East 60 feet, thence run compressor
State Road Florida. On the dote first abovementioned authorized deputies will sell the proper- signed to Sounders Air CompressorsInc.
Northwesterly along Bradford County. North 12022' West 108.90 feet to the East
all interested parties ty situate in Bradford County Florida ., Sarasota FL to satisfy freight and
with may
No. 16 to its Intersection County 7/174tpd 87NOTICE property line of Cherry Street thencerun
and be heard with this described as: storage charges, under the f
appear to provisions
Road No. 233 (Morgan Road); run th.nc.Eost.rly respect South 17043' West 60 feet to the
.
Road No. 233 -------- --'- -- proposed Ordinance.AN A parcel of land containing 1.0 acres, Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill if
along County point of beginning: said lot more
Its intersection with ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION I lying In the NW 1/4 of NW 1 1/4 of Section particularly Lading.
(Morgan Road) to described as follows
thence OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF 13.28 OF THE CITY OF STARKE CODE OF 35 Township 6 South Range 22 East: : Beginning Gator Freightways Inc., Con, .er'
State Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)); run at the SW corner of SWI'4 of NEI/4 of
ORDINANCES TO Bradford Florida said be, Pro. 14.664663 dtd 2 4 86
ORDINANCE BY EXEMPT 50 PERCENTOF County ; parcel
Road 200 US
Northerly along State No. ( Section 28 Township 6 South, Range 22
301)) to Its Intersection with the Bradford- CITY COMMISSION THE OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE TAX Ing more particularly described as East, thence run North 89052' East 10.47 7/24 2tchg 7/31
LEVIED FOR BUSINESSES OR OCCUPA Parcel Four ((4)) of plat attached hereto _._ ,
STARKE FLORIDA ---- ------
line the said of
Cloy county point begin. feet thence run North 17047' East 36
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the TIONS IN ENTERPRISE ZONE.BY and mode a part hereof

ning. proposed feet, thence run North 72 22 West IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HORIDA
Ordinance, whose title : TERENCE BROWN I at public outcry to the highest and best
DISTRICT NO.3B.ginnlng 108,90 feet to the East property line of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
TERENCE M, BROWN I bidder for cash at the hour of 12 00
at the Point of Intersectionof hereinafter appears, will be consideredfor Cherry Street thence run South 17043'West FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Line and final enactment on the 12th day of 486 N. Temple Avenue o'rlo'k M-." on August 12. 1986 ot the
the Bradford-Clay County along East property line of Cherry CASE NO 86 280 CA
State Road No. 16: run thence Westerly August A.D., 1986 at the City Commis Storks, Florida724Jtcha front door entrance of the Bradford Street 60 feet, thence run South 7222 IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF

along State Road No. 16 to Its Intersection sion Meeting commencing at 7:30: p.m.. -._- -.-. -.--- Coun'y Courhouse at Stark, Florida. East 33.88 feet to the land line, thencerun GLEN A. PIPPIN
with County Road No. 229, run In the City Hall 209 N. Thompson Street Dated: July 1 1986 North 89S2' East 68,29 feet to the Husband

thence Westerly along County Road No. Stark, Florida. A copy of said Ordinance UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Richard L. Cox, Jr. point of beginning ot the SW corner of and

229 to its Intersection with the Westerly may be Inspected by any MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA United States Marshal SWI/4 of NEI/4 of Section 28, Township ROMILDA TUCKER PIPPIN,
Boundary of the City Limits of the City of member of the public at the Office of the JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Middle District of Florida 6 South Range 22 East the said portion Wife,

Stork.: run thence Southerly, Westerlyand City Clerk In the City Hall Starke, Court No. 86-67-CIV-J-14 Dorothea Beane of lot being in Block 14, Livingston Truby NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
Southerly along the City Limits of Florida On th. date first abovementioned UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Assistant United' States Attorney and Company's Addition to Town of : GLEN A, PIPPIN' Address

the City of Starke to Its Intersection with all interested parties may Plaintiff Attorney for Plaintiff Starke, Bradford County Florida. Also Unknown

Stat. Road No. 100; run thence Easterly appear and be heard with respect to this VS.GWEN. ___._.__ __7/TO.4JchJ( 7/31 beginning at the SW corner of SWI/4 of YOU ARE NOTIFIED 'that on action has

along State Road No. 100 to Its Intersection porposed Ordinance.AN GLENN f/k/a GWEN E. GRIFFIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURTTEIGHTH NEI/4 of said Section 28 Township 6 been filed against you and you are required

with State Road No. 200 (US 301)); ORDINANCE AMENDING OR- MELTON J. GRifFIS et al., JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN South Range 22 East and run South to serve a copy of your written

run thence Easterly and Southerly along DINANCE NO. 318.A TO REQUIRE PRIOR Defendants. AND FOR 8952 West 68.29 feet, thence run South defenses If any to JAMES R. FLYNN. ES.

State Road No. 100 to Its Intersectionwith CITY COMMISSION APPROVAL OF ALL NOTICE OF SALE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 72'22' East 71.71 feet, thence run North QUIRE, Petitioner Attorney whose address -

the Southerly most end of County AGENCY EXPENDITURES; TO RESERVETO Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto CASENO.:86186CAIN : 008' West 21.88 feet to the point of Is 405 West Georgia Street

Road No. 100.A (Griff's'! Loop); run THE CITY COMMISSION THE POWERTO a Final Judgment entered on Jun. 30 RE: The Marriage of beginning at the SW corner of SWI/4 of Stark. Florida, 32091 on or before July

thence Northerly along County Road No APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE EXPEN 1986 by the above entitled Court In the MITCHEL EUGENE HUDDLESTON NEI4 of Section 28 Township 6 South. 31, 1936 and file the original with the

100.A (Griffis Loop) to Its Intersectionwith DITURES OF THE AGENCY; TO MAIN- above styled cause, the undersigned I Husband. Range 22 East said portion of lot being Clerk of this Court either, before serviceon
the Seaboard Systems Railroad TAIN ALL OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE United States Marshal or any of his duly and in Block 1. Original Town of Starke, Petitioners Attorney or Immediately

(Camp Blanding/Dupont Spur); run ORDINANCE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT authorized deputies will sell the property JEANETTE LOUISE HUDDLESTONWife Bradford County Florida Also beginning thereafter, or a default will be entered

thence Southeasterly along Seaboard ; AND TO PROVIDE AN IMMEDIATE situate In Bradford County, Florida at the SW corner of SWI/4 of NEI4of against you for the relief demanded In

Systems Railroad (Camp BlondingDupnnt EFFECTIVE DATE. described as: NOTICE OF ACTION: Section 28 Township 6 South Range the complaint or. petition. .

Spur) to the Bradford-Clay; County BY: TERENCE M. BROWN Lot 2, Parkwood Subdivision as per CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: 22 East and run North 8952' East 10.47 WITNESS my hand and Seal of this

Line; run thence Northerly along the TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. plot thereof recorded In Plot Book 3. NO PROPERTYTO feet thence run South 1747 West 24 Court on July 3, 1986.

BiadfordClay County Line to its Intersection 486 N. T.mpl.Av.nu. Page, public records of Bradford Coun- : Mitchel Eugene Huddleston feet thence run North 7222' West 3.22 GILBERT BROWN,

with State Road No, 16, the Starke, Florida ty Florida, 223 Ottawa Avenue feet thence run North 008' West 21.88 CLERK OF THE COURT

said Point of Beginning 7/24 Itchg at public outcry to the highest and best Louisville, Kentucky 40209 feet to the point of beginning at the SW BRADFORDCOUNTY

DISTRICT NO.4B.glnning bidder for cash at the hour of 12.00 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for corner of SW1/4 of NW1/4 of SEI/4 of By Beulah M. Moody

at the Point of Intersectionof o'clock Noon on August 12, 1986 at the dissolution of marriage and child Section 28, Township 6 South Range 22 Deputy Clerk I

the Bradford Clay County Line and the Invitation To Hid front door entrance of the Bradford custody has been filed against you and East In the City of Starke, Bradford 7/10 4tchg 7/31
Seaboard System Railroad (Camp Blon- Sealed bids will be received In the Administrative County Courthouse at Starke Florida. you ore required to serve a copy of your County, Florida

ding/Dupont Spur); run thence Southerly offices of Suwannee River Dated: July 1. 1986. written defenses, if any to it on EugeneF Said sale shall be at public sale to the

along the Bradford-Cloy County Line to Economic Council Inc., until 4:30: p.m. Richard L. Cox, Jr. Shaw Wife's, attorney whose addressIs highest bidder 'for cash and In accordance AUCTION ..
Its Intersection with the Bradford- E.D.T., August 8, 1986 for meals that Untied States Marshal 925.E North Temple Avenue, Stark. with the afordescrlbed Final Judg- NOTICE OF

Futnom County Line; run thence Westerly meet 1/3 of the minimum dally requirements Middle District of Florida Florida 32091 on or before August 14, ment. Said sale shall be held at the Main NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon
along the Bradford.Putnam County for adults set forth by the John E. Lawlor, III 1986 and file the original with the clerkof (East) Door of the Bradford County Cour day, July 28, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M ,

Line to Its Intersection with th. Bradford- U.S.D.A. Assistant United States Attorney this court either before service on thouse. In Starke, Florida at 11:00: a.m.. the, undersigned will sell Gator Freightways.
Inc. at
Alachua County line;, run thence Bid conditions and specifications may Attorney for Plaintiff Wife's attorney or Immediately Eastern Standard Time, on the 5th day of 2600 Rd.public auction for cosh

Westerly along the Bradford'Alachua be obtained at Suwonne River Water --_.__._ 7/10 4tchg!!.731UNITED thereafter; otherwise a default will be August 1986. at lot of cloth Lloyd for Jacksonville fiber, fla.. one
-
----
syn toSupth.n
County Line to its Intersection with the Council Inc., offices 1001 Nobles Ferry entered against you for the relief GILBERT S. BROWN consigned
Road live Oak Florida 32060 demanded in the petition. Marine, Cope Coral Flo., to
Sampson' River; run thence Northerly STATES DISTRICT COURT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTBY satisfy freight and
along the Sampson River to Its Intersection Telephone-904-362-4115. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA DATED on this 15 day of July 1986. ; Beulah Moody under the storage charges,
provisions of Section 4b of
( )
Suwannee River Council! Inc. GILBERT S. BROWNAs '
,
with County Rood No. 18, run thence JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Deputy Clerk Uniform Standard Bill of
Easterly and Northeasterly along County reserves the right to accept or reject| any Court No. 86.306 CIv.J-14 Clerk of the CourtBY TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. Gator Lading.
Freightways. Inc., Carrier
Rood No 18 to its Intersection with or all bids. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : Beulah MoodyAs Attorney for Plaintiff Pro. ,
01-777810 dtd 4/8/86
7 24 2tcrr Clerk .
County Rood No. 227: run thence Northeasterly PlaintiffVS. Deputy 7/17 2tchg 7/24 7/17 2tchg 724r'Mrl.rleMiA

Road No. 221 ff -- -.-------- -. 7/17.4tchg8/7! .
along County : : ----- .. _ ---- ---- ;----------
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4I Starke Stars Win




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Junior Olympic






Softball TourneyThe
a fAZ eel
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f L ;.,r .! 1' tigr'L1trL Starke Stars Senior Boys Sean Robinson 2-5, two runs scored;
rp defeated the Sattellite Beach Randall Polk 2-6, one run scored;
g -. 1 p 4.'t V Rockets 2.1 and 10-0 to win the 12th Timmy Seeley 1-3, one run scored;
Annual Junior Olympic 18 and under Tad Crews 1-4, one run scored; John
m -, Boys State Slow Pitch Softball Tour- Jackson 1-5 and David Hamilton,
,+ a nament Saturday at the Edwards one run scored.
l Road Sports Complex, Other team members who par-
Both teams advance to the na ticipated were; Justin Williams, one
tional tournament. Starke was to run scored, Lee Austin, John
3t leave Wednesday at 9 p.m. for Jackson, Jason Huggins, Jamey
Gadsden, Alabama and the National Crews, Ron Thomas, Billy Heavner
Tournament. The national tourna- and Brad Green
s I 0. ment, to run July 31 thru Aug. 3, is Other team members not presentwere
expected to draw 35 to 40 teams from ; Brian Whitehead, Robert
all over the U.S. Wilkinson and Eric Crawford.
The Stars will travel back home All team members who participated
August 4, Saturday were presentedas
At least four teams from Florida State Championship Players and
will participate in the tournament. the team received a State Cham-
Defense the word of the in which is
I -- a- I was day pionship Trophy on display
the first game but the bats pulled in the lobby of the Community State
through at the end when the Stars Bank of Starke.
Starke Stars are State Softball Champions... scored two runs in the top of the Donations will gladly be acceptedto :
seventh inning. help defer and to allow
expenses
:Members of the state champion Starke Stars slowpitch Softball team Carver, David Hamilton, Billy Heavner, Lee Austin Randall Polk, Coach John Jackson was the winning pit- the Stars to represent Starke, Brad-
Brad Green Jackson Wise, Coach Jerry
Robert Kitchens, Johnny Gary
(I-r)
are : cher. ford County and the State of Florida
Kneeling: Hon Thomas, Mike ('happellJamey Crews! Justin Williams, McGrirr. In the second game the Stars of- in the National Tournament.
Eric :Natworth, Sean Robinson, Timmy Seeley. Not shown: Eric Crawford, Brian Whitehead, and Robert Wilkison.
fense came alive as the Stars scoredone Checks should be made out to;
Standing: Coach Hiram Chopped. Jason Muggins! Tad Crews, Jamey run in the first, seven runs in the Youth Softball Association and givento
second and two runs in the third Inn- Ray Norman at Community State
ing. The Stars then 'coasted on in.' Bank, the Starke Recreation Dept.Coach
Winning pitcher in the second Jerry McGriff at Bradford
game was Tad Crews. High School, Coaches Hiram Chap-
I Starke Dixie Major All-Stars in Final Fourby Leading batters for the Stars this pell or Robert L. Kitchens or can be
weekend were; Jamey Carver 4-4, mailed to; P.O. Box 759, Starke, FL
two runs scored; Mike Chappell 3-6, 32091.
John Sturges hitter with no walks against the game for both teams, and not many Starke did load the bases in the two runs scored; Gary Wise 3-6; Your concern and efforts are
BCT Student Writer Starke team. hits posted by either team. last inning of the game with no outs, Eric Nazworth 2-5, one run scored; greatly appreciated.
The Starke All-Stars are making a Hitting for the Starke team was Starke picked up its first loss of but failed to capitalize.The .
showing in the Dixie Major Boys furnished by Jeremy Crawford and the tournament in the finals of the
Chris Snow, who each had a pair of winners bracket Monday night in a Starke coaches were very
Baseball Tournament in
going on Tournament Starts
hits. pleased with the team's defensive FridayThe
Gainesville this week, advancing to tight 2-1 loss to the Lake City National
team and fell to the loser performance but to capture the state
the final four teams still in the runn-
ing. Keystone lost its second game to bracket. title they need to produce more hits. Church District Softball Tour- (Gainesville) at 7:00pm.: Methodist
Gainesville 13-12 and was eliminatedin John Williams started the game The Starke team needs to win nament starts this Friday night at takes on Williams Temple at 8:15: for
The Starke team played Keystone the loser's bracket. for Starke and Emory Prevatt three straight to advance to the the Edwards Road Complex in the last game of the evening.
Heights in a tough defensive battle In Saturday's game Starke took on relieved in the fifth inning. State Tournament in Pensacola. Starke Seven teams are set to kick Saturday morning on Field no.1
Friday night, winning 1-0 behind the the Middleburg team, winning 2-1. Hitting for the Starke team were Starke was to play Gainesville off the competition at 7:00pm.: Park-View plays New River at
strong pitching of Emory Prevatt, Chris Snow pitched an outstandinggame Chris Snow with two hits, Kenny Tuesday night but was rained out 9:00am: while Westside from
who had 14 strike-outs. for Starke and had 11 strike- Carlson and John Williams with one and rescheduled for Wednesday at The teams to play Friday night Gainesville meets the winner of the
The losing pitcher for Keystonewas outs. hit apiece and Jeremy Crawford the sports complex on 16th Avenueat are; Northside versus Wesley Northside-Wesley game.
Ryan Julius, who pitched a six- It was another good defensive with one hit. Eastside in Gainesville.

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Showing at Sunshine Games 4, if" \
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by John Sturges categories wrestling sport. L' i f"'
One of the wrestlers, Danny
BCT Student Writer Nugent, placed in two different
A team of Starke athletes categories in the state competition. _
representing the University of Nugent placed third in the Greco-
Florida Wrestling Club got state Roman competition and also placed
recognition last weekend when they fifth in the Freestyle of the Open
entered and placed in the Sunshine 137-pd. class.
State Games down in Tampa. Green
Billy placed fourth in the
Three local wrestlers, Danny Greco-Roman competition of the
Nugent, Billy Green and Larry Open 137-pd. class.
Saucer, all graduates of BUS, com- Larry Saucer competed in the
peted in the Sunshine Games'wrestling of the
Open Freestyle 167-pd. class
division in various but did not place.



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( Page 1M) Marke's:: 1986 election will be city- w
Department. Gaines, the son ot Mr. wide for all candidates. The city is ; J
and Mrs. L.M. Gaines, lives at 746 S. not under a court order at present, I
Westmoreland Street. He is marriedto although it is being sued by the
the former Vicki Williams, the Bradford Chapter of the NAACP to
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charney have election by single member '
Williams of Starke. The Gaines havea districts. The city has filed a motionto

daughter, Tracy, 7. dismiss the suit, but has had no ., -" .- -
Crosby, 34, an administrator in the ruling although one is expected in
prison system, and Woods, 45, an examiner the near future. Middle Schoolers Bring Big Spring Fling...
for the state Driver License
Bureau for the Florida Highway This is an "off-year" election in Bradford :Middle School students comprising the Beginning Band, BMS Above) Drummers (1 I-r) Chad Whitaker, Matt Thompson, Kenny
the In 1987 Commissioners Ver- Band all to Clark, !Murk I'arado, Jennifer Dodge and Sean Powell set the tempo witha
Patrol, were elected to the council in city. Majorettes! the Cadet Band, and the BMS Concert cooperated
Sept 1980. Biggs, who has a horse non Silcox and Charles Schaefer, bring an evening of entertainment to a capacity crowd during their an- quick beat while tenor saxophone players (I-r) June Cole and Joel
farm in west Starke and operates a Police Chief Jimmy Bowen and City nual Spring Concert. Jacobson keep up easily
body shop and laundry in Starke, Clerk Neil Tucker will all be up forrpplpdinn.

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tile Beginning Band, BMS ma- Baritone Mathew Eunice, Andre Tyler, Michael Johnson Clarinet Mary Coleman, Andrea
. Budget: jorettes, the Cadet Band, and the Hall, Sharon Wilson. Baritone Angy McClu-incy. Hewett, Kelly Ann Duncan, Achaun
Concert Band of Bradford Middle Trumpet Chris Bloomfield, Tuba John Loper! Bill Cambell. Jenkins.
School attracted a capacity crowdfor Frankie Bush, Derrick Byrd, Janice Percussion Jennifer Dodge, Kenney -
(From Page 1A) carryover funds. its annual Spring concert held Davie, Marley Sellers,Josh Walters, Clark, Pam Baucom, Sean
maintenance of the quick responsefire $1,272 from the Bradford-Union May 12.The Les Brown, Franklin Hart, Ray Powell, Mark Parado, Greg Griffis, Alto Sax James Smith, Chris
truck. And, emergency medical Guidance Clinic. audience of parents and other Maloy, Henry McCutchen, Blake Derrick Long, Chad Whitaker, Matt Sova, Shannon Hicks.
training funds were cut $500.'Gib And $4,000 in other court costs, family members tilled the bleachers Thomas, Thompson, Anthony Tyson. Oboe Daniel Smith.
are we doing good?" Com- bringing the total to $102,497. along the north side of the BMS gym Trombone Gary Bloomfield French Horn Steven Thornton, Trumpet Michael McKinney,
missioner Lawrence Mosley asked Clerk Brown said he'd spent and others stood along the east end. Matt Crawford, Rhonda Davie, Teressa Bassett), Brad Hamilton, Hollie Varesko, Michael Tierney,
with $93,825 trimmed.You several last Saturday afternoon cut- The bands entertained with 18 Evan Douglas, Richard Rasnick, Michael Becker. Steve McElroy, Kelly Stewart,
are doing excellently. Keep ting $100,000 from the budget as he'd numbers, plus there were solos by Adam Nettles, Daryl Risby, Doug David Spell, Jeremy Boyer.Trombone .
it up''" replied Clerk Brown. told the commission he could do. Angy McChesney, Andy Goodowns, Snyder, John Strickland, Glenn Cadet Band Members: Adam Cubbedge,
The board then trimmed: Brown said the board cut most of the Jennifer Dodge, Joel Jacobsen, Underhill Flute Lori Starling, Melissa Marley Sellers, Kenny DeSue.
$3,400 from future construction same items he had cut. Mike McElroy, and Kevin Boone. Tuba Shannon Smith, James Mikel, Christina Combs, Leslie Percussion Josh Bula, Basil
Special guest soloists were Pete Roberts, Jimmy Rix. Banks, Jennifer Sellers, Inga Grum, Canaday, Jason Hughes, Todd
Powell, James Carter, and Dirk Percussion Andrew Buie, Billy Angela Hewetl. Kelley Griffis. Hilliard, Eric Durrance.

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Heatfrom shotgun as part of Tahaikovsky's Chris Thompson, Jorge Acevedo, -, ,- -,.
1812 Overture, which really surprised Jr., David Hall, Mark Harden, Paul ii.-'I a 3
the audience. House, Bo Johns, Mike Qualls, Ron- t tLilting
( Page 1A) "humiture," taking into consideration The BMS majorettes are Aimee nie Williams.
While several West Florida coun- it feels in the humidity of north Ferguson, Terl Crawford, Beth
ties reported severe damage to soybean Florida, makes those temperaturesfeel McKinney, Angy McChesney, and Concert Band MembersFlute
cotton, and peanut acreage, 5 or 6 degrees higher. Misti Fill. Beth McKinney, Shari
most Bradford crops had. already A large high-pressure area anchored The BMS band members are: Bass, Aimee Ferguson, Danika
been harvested. Hay producers in over the Southeast, blockingout Richardson, April DiCandio, Kim
the New River-Brooker area moist air from the Atlantic Hyrne, Becki Nugent.
reported a loss of one "cutting" due Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, is Beginning Band: Clarinet Debbie Browning,
to the early summer drought. This blamed for the region's heat and Flute Christina Bath, Shannon Celeste Carter, Kim Johnson Staci r
represents 25 percent of the hay crop lack of rain. The drought, which has Hughes, Sharri Mann, Kristen Sapp, Jones, Rusty Eberle, Mist! Fill,
since they usually make four cuts. been less severe in Florida than Mary Thornton, Brenda Williams Terri Crawford, Lisa Green,
Crop losses in the Carolinas, elsewhere in the Southeast, actually Clarinet Melissa Cribbs, Leeshell Barbera Delestre, Pam Forsyth.
Georgia, and Alabama, where the began last winter when a change in Demps, Shannon Elliott, Deana Bass Clar. Staci! Meyers.
drought is described as "the worst in the upper-atmosphere Jetstream Holliday, Jason Pardee, Jennifer Bassoon Johnny Frampton.Alto .
a hundred years," was estimated up pattern prevented rain caused by Richardson, Brenda Kay Sweat, Sax Scott Duncan, Mike
to$700 million. "The farmers are absolutely low pressure systems in the gulf Brian Titus, Randy Underhill, Shan- McElroy, Andy Goodowns, Dwight
broke 1" one Georgia tobacco from sweeping across the region. da Lyons, Michelle Baldwin, Kelley Allen, Allison Archey, Keith Marshal -
grower said.The Hinson, Sarah Looney, Pamrla Pat- .
Increased cloud cover kept terson, Tasha Powell, James Tenor Sax June Cole, Jol
heat wave hit locally on July temperatures in the low 90s Tuesdayand Roberts, Rhonda Vickers, Jason Jacobsen, Michael Traugot.
10 when the mercury soared to 96 Wednesday, but this brief relief Walker. Bart. Sax Donald Bagwell.
degrees. Successive days since then was temporary, and a return to the Alto Sax Zurny Ford, Brooke Trumpet Kevin Boone, Billy Flutes Accompany Band...

have recorded highs of 98, 94, 94, 96, high 90s was especttd by Thursday. Watson, Richard Wolf, Lonny Stephens, Dwayne Allen, Jason Aimee Sharrl Bass and Beth McKinney play their
(L-R) Ferguson
Canova,
94, 97" 96, 97, 101, 100, and 93 at the August, usually the hottest month In Adkins, John Bozeman Morin, Jeff Foster, Brian flutes. Aimee and Beth are also majorettes along with Terri Crawford
Camp Blanding weather station. The this area, Is yet to come. Tenor Sax Mathew Terrell Todd Hall, Timmy McBride, Kelly and Misti Fllli.
McChesney
French Horn Eric Dampier, Hatton, Lisa Goltare. Angly
Rocio Reagan Ken Turknett. Trombone Ron Wishart, John In the background Brian Canova plays the trumpet.Page .







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By Mark Friedlin. BCT Staff WriterA Morris does plenty of research on his subjects, as can
bald eagle soars, talons outstretched to grasp an be seen by the many nature magazines and periodicalslike
'imaginary prey.A "Nature"and "Audobon" which are scattered
coiled diamondback rattler coils and hisses as if to throughout his workshop, which is divided into different -
strike. Nearby, a great bear rears up on its hind legs sections where he completes each stage of his
and makes a threatening gesture of defiance. / work.
They are wooden sculptures, but they have been s'f "Tha nature and science magazines are an in-
.. crafted with an almost startling realism that may take) valuable tool for realism and accuracy in the natural
, .... the breath away from the casual passerby at first colors of manyy of my subjects," Morris says. "I
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well-known Melrose artist who has been busy showing ing the wooden sections of the sculpture.
r 't"k his works at various exhibitions, gallerys and art Morris was in the middle of work on an awesome
i Is shows all over North Florida since he began his unique cobra, colied into a striking pose, when the pictures ac-
"k craft. companying these pictures were taken.

The sections have to be fitted together just right, to
Morris recently displayed some of his works at the
avoid leaving a seam mark, which is unacceptableunder
Melrose Public Library, giving the local art-lovers a the high standards Morris sets for himself.
chance to see what many others had been admiring at
other locations.
The cobra will be carefully hand-sanded until all the
.. smoothed and the "skin" has natural
Morris said joints are over a
"The show was a good experience,
from his intimate and pleasently cluttered workshop in look Then the painting process will began, after the
has been studued in times
subject photographs many
Melrose. "It gives me a chance to answer questions -_:-
many people have had about the pieces. It's always fun
to talk to those who appreciate the subjects and realize "td Several of Morris' paintings were also on display at
the many hours it takes to make them, both in planningand the Melrose Library.
the actual sculpture."
The former employee of Clay Electric Co-op has also
Morris has been working in the medium for only two done several portraits of members of the staff at the
4 years but the results of his relativly sudden interest area Co-op including that of General Manager Tommy
,Y fi4 1 delight to behold. He also paints in oil and acrylic, Wooden Treasures... Milhcan. Morris worked at the Co-operative for 35
w years as a purchasing agent and also applied his artistic -
specializing in natural scenes.
Howard Morris puts many hours into hloOOd"ll talents to the old form of the company publicationThe
Y creations and it shows in the airborne eagle! (lop left), Kilowatt.
Morris doesn't carve the wooden raw materials as with Morris in
the unfinished cobra (shown at top right
much as he sculpts them, fashioning each small piece the window of his studio Melrose! ), to the realisticallycoiled
Morris originally comes from Ormond Beach and attended -
until it makes a perfect fit into the adjoining section,
bottom left) and the prancing
rattlesnake (
Hawthorne School for two before
High years going
complete with carefully worked joints that are nearly
g r stallion (above).
to the University of Florida where he took many
invisible tothe un-aided when the painting is finished -
eye his
hours In research on
Morris also spends many
elective art courses. He joined the service in 1944 and
and the is ready for display.
sculpture
and photos in his busily
subjects through periodicals
and joined Clay Co-op in 1952.
cluttered workshop (bottom right).
"My first piece was an alligator I (did'for my grand-
son"Morris says. "Aftyer that I became more seriously Morris has also dabbled in commercial MUM I panting -
interested in it and started to do some research for including one donated to the Melrose I'ublic-
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Burhuril Uruaclfngton, an North Florida as she serves in the Tallahassee Branch of the NAACP. issues since assuming hte post. ;
educator and criminal justice professional Congress." Greadington graduated from Cen- Born March 6, 1940,in Ghent Ken 'fil"); Oft C'K-Ttnu: : cm Wcsl tfilp I; of Luki ti min IV nl Eurlrlon
from Tallahassee, has an tral State University of Ohio in 1961 tucky, Greadington came to FloridaIn .LI'Ii. Open 7 Days A Week Day and Night II
nounced her candidacy to succeed Greadington has served on the with a B.A. in English. She holds 1968. Her husband Eugene Stin-
Rep Don Fuqua in representingNorth Governor's Task Force on Criminal Master's Degrees from Fisk University son Is a Tallahassee businessman.They \ : 468-2394 ll
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leadership in science and technology completed the 198485 Leadership Counseling Psychology from the they attend Bethel Baptist Church. :l Iii DINNEE1S PECIALS Seafood Salad
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alms. goals and platform which Bar Criminal Justice and the with criminal justice OUTLAW REALTY -"", '
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r I. John Jason ek to Run for District 13 House of Representatives I IJohn


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John Jasonek, a Baker County Tallahassee. ed to tax increases
and too many paign headquarters. The canoinate Jasonek from the
graditelfd
businessman and former school Jasonek believes that have "
we frivolous laws.
Jasonek says that has also vowed to run "one of the of NotlS'f in 1976
teacher from Macclenny, has been receiving far less than what we he would like to see tougher man- cleanest campaigns ever seen in this University '
and has a mast degree in ad-
qualified to run for the Florida deserve from Tallahassee and the datory sentences on convicted area."
House of Representatives from Florida Legislature The candidate criminals and ministration and upervislon. He
that we must do Jasonek is married to the former
school from 1976-80 when heresigned
taught
District 13.Jasonek's, cited the fact that local
no legislationhas whatever
necessary to stop crime in Lisa Thompson and has a two-year- to work as public relations
been sponsored by the incum- its tracks before ft
becomes more old daughter. His mother and father
theme director for Duval Teachers United.
campaign bent over the last two years for serious in smaller counties. have been with the Baker County
centers around "a clear need for old- Baker, Bradford and Union
county
School System for 27 His Jasonek began his own advertisngand
time values and a lot of hard work"in Jasonek, who has business loca- years and
father, Ed, was the head football consulting business in 1985
aTf order for small rural counties to The candidate that he is tions in Macclenny and Kernandina
apolitical of
says coach at Baker County High fromIQKM.7I resigned from DTU in January
>r th1 get respect and a fair share from conservative who is oppos- says he will use both offices for cam- 1986 to expand his company.




'" Weigel Qualifies for District 21 Representative Seat I

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Susan C. "Soozi" Weigel, a Tallahassee," commented Weigel. Middleburg, Soozi has served on the Garden Club and the United
Democrat and resaident of Mid- "I just don't think District 21 has Clay County Development Authority Methodist Church She has two sons,
dleburg, has qualified to run for the received the representation it for over two years. She has been a Buzzie Hayden, 18, who attends Mid-
District 21 seat in the Florida House deserved during the last two years" resident of Middleburg since 1958 dleburg High School and Richie

Republican now held by Weigel, 38, of Middleburg named and has been in the real estate Hayden, 14, who attends J.L. Wilkinson -
-. ...".. Chance Irvine of Orange her sister-in-law, Joanne R. Weigel, business since 1974. She is a memberof Middle School.Campaign .
Park. as treasurer and has opened a campaign the Clay County Chamber of Commerce Headquarters for
Jasonek "My purpose in running is for account. Friends of the Middleburg- Weigel will be next to her businesson
Diet 13 Howe Condldot more effective representation in Owner of WHi'iO Kmllv. Inc., in Clay Hill Branch Library, Countrytwo Everett Avenue in Middleburg.

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Clem Announces Bush as Running Mate I


Chester Clem, Republican candidate Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. He at- years before opening a suc- Responsibility Act, the
for governor, has announced tended Coral Gables Senior High cessful legal practice in 1975.! cooperative/condominium laws,
former state Rep. Tom Bush, Il-Ft. School, where he played football, In 1978, Tom ran for the Florida successfully working for passage of
Lauderdale, as his choice for lieute- and graduated in 1966. (House of
His
Representatives.
The fattest known tree is a giant 141'4Susan conservative legislation to deregulate the truck
nant governor and running mate. He enrolled at Florida State ,
Sequoia 83 feet in circumference. approach to government ing industry and to review regula-
over Tom was born March 16, 1948 in University in the fall of 1966, wherehe and his hard work on the campaigntrail tion of attorneys in Florida.
Daytona Beach, and is the oldest of majored in International Affairs. led to his convincing victory in Tom has been actively involved in
three sons His parents moved to In addition to his full class schedule, the general election that begun two many community organizations, in-
Key Biscayne in his early years; Tom worked in the Florida State terms! of distinguished service in cluding Crime Watch of Fort
.. where his father worked as an University Department of Athleticsas Tallahassee. Lauderdale, Broward County Right
airline captain with National both a referee and clerk to pay his During his two terms in to Life, Fort LauderdaLeBrowardCounty
e eN C. Weigel Airlines, which later became Pan way through school. lie received his Tallahassee, Tom served on key Chamber of Commerce, andis
DIM. 21 Haul Candida( American. Bachelor's Degree in the spring of committees such as judiciary, corrections currently serving on the Blue RIb-
I During his early life, Tom was 1970. probation and parole, bon Committee studying the
raised by his parents with emphasison claims, regulatory reform, and( the redevelopment and revitalization of
tlloh the traditional values of hard Tom received his post-graduate select committee on juvenile justice, the City of Fort Lauderdale and
IIN 7f4 work, trust in God, and self- education at the University of Ten- where he played an integral part in l i'irh( urea
achievement, which he carried with nessee School of Law,where he served the complete revision of the juvenile
him as guidance for his life and as a judge for the University justice code and which allowed for lie and his wife, Donna, are
s,. career.In Traffic Court, and during his senior stiffer penalties to be enacted members of the Coral Ridge
4 addition to his grade school year won the "American Juris against juvenile offenders including Presbyterian Church, where Tom
1, Manx cats, the breed known for its studies, Tom cut lawns to assist in Prudence Award" for outstandingtrial jail in certain limited cir serves on the Advisory Board for
I 1 t lack of tails, call home the Isle of his education and was active in the practice. He graduated with a cumstances. Coral Ridge Ministries, teaches an
Man in the Dish Sea. Juris Doctorate Degree in 1973, and Tom's legislative achievements adult Sunday School class, and con
passed the Bar Exam shortly included his sponsoring or cosponsoring ducts a talk show on Christian radioin
Buying the cheapest carpet you thereafter. numerous bills which Fort Lauderdale.Tom .
can find Is not necessarily a He moved to Fort Lauderdale strengthened penalties for criminal and Donna have been happily
bargain. There are true specials We are doing where he worked in the BrowarciCounty offenses which were signed into law, married for 10 years and have twc

which Include mill ends and mill criminal justice system for pnl'llnll the Shared Parental children, Georgia, 4, and\ John. 3.

closeouts, but oftentimes cheap
carpet Is just that.cheap carpet. what we do best. Cleni Suys Early Prison Release Means Higher Crime Rate .

We make every effort to priceour to

c'arpet so that each piece Is .auto homeowners Chester Clem, Republican can- released early until a new prison the problems get'tit of hand," Clem
really economical to the con didate for governor, blasted the facility is operational this fall, but said. "Under my administration, we
sumer. Our prices are very com- and farm insurance state leadership for its early releaseof the leadership knew about this pro will return to the prison road facility
petitive. Check for yourself and inmates to ease prison over- blem way back in 1982, when Depart- system to flexibility to
see VVp hale redirected! l our iillcntion to the areas of service we do crowding, calling it a "Band-Aid" ment of Corrections! inmate popula- deal with the inmAte population increases

Consult when in doubt about best, auto, I loan-owners, and I ('armn insurance. There was a time approach to the problem, and a ma- tion figures exceeded maximum free up ceil( space in major
us when no one could touch us fur Sl'l'il'(' or rates. \Ve re proud to announce jor contributing factor to higher capacity, and chose to do nothing un- prison facilities for violent
the quality of carpet. This Is our those times arc hack. Before you renew your coverage in crime rates in Florida. til we reached a crisis stage," he criminals, and provide a visual
business. We must know carpet "To turn inmates loose before they said. "Releasing prisoners early is a"BandAid" deterrent to crime by having road
call %.
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these area, ho\\ about gig inn; lls a' a < "
and can guide you In the right serve their full sentences, when approach to a problem facility inmates doing hard labor.
direction when looking for true DAVID BEATTY Florida's crime rate increased 14.9 that requires a tourniquet, and in my "A prison stem that has the flexibility

bargain) carpet._Stop by and checkour _. AGENCY MANAGERAuto percent last year, will only add fuel book, is no solution, period. to handle prison population increases -
samples. Home, Farm, Life & Health to the fire and will make the crime "The best way to deal with the will keep criminals off the
-p'. .y problem even worse than it is now," prison population crisis m the long streets and from committing more
Clem said. run Is to elect a strong leader who crimes, and will make a major dentin
Teal Ti'lej "The state leadership has stated will plan for problems and their the crime problem in our state,"
UNION COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY that inmates will continue to be potential impact on our stale before Clem said.

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County Judge Nath C. Doughtie of was appointed by the chief justice of lieutenant in the Marines. Forty- lieutenant in the USMC in 195U-19U2. Representative!, two term: ; Committee
Alachua County has announced that the Supreme Court to the Florida eight years old Judge Doughtie is He attended the University of Chairman, :sentencing; Committee
he will be a candidate for circuit Sentencing Guidelines Commission, married to Courtney West Doughtic, Florida and received his: Juris: Doctor Chairman Florida liar
i judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, where he is currently serving. He and has two children. degree in I'.Mifi.! He received his Luison! ; Committee Chairman,
composed of Alachua, Baker, Brad- has served two term as circuit When Doughtie qualified for the U.S. at Auburn University in %! : Ciiminal Rules! and haw Reform! ;
ford, Gilchrist, Levy and Union representative to the Conference of position of Circuit Judge of the Doughtie was the recipient of I II I and Delegate! and Alternate!
Counties County Court Judges and has Eighth Judicial Circuit, he stated distinguished awards, American Bar Convention'Mt\ :$ and
Judge Doughtie will be seeking the received 11 distinguished leadership that he "welcomed the challengefrom some of them include Circuit 1IH4.!
f seat currently held by Judge Wayne awards from that organization. the T.V. lawyer Mark J. Kauf
Carlisle, who has stated he will not man" and "expects that this cam- ----
seek re-election at the end of his Judge Doughtie has served in a paign will prove that qualificationfor
term ending this year. leadership capacity in many local the position of Circuit Judge requires HOW'S THE FAMILY?
Judge Doughtie was elected an organizations, including Rotary, more than just a name."
r. Alachua County judge in 1978, and Friends of Five, Gainesville Com Doughlic was born August 18, 1937. Rev. Ed Kirkland
re-elected in 1982, without opposi- munity Theater, YMCA and others. He lives in Gainesville on 3732 N.W. By
tion. lie was admitted to the Bar in From 1151! to )!H12. he served, as a 13th place. Doughtie served asies Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
16, and practiced law for 12 years WHAT A WIFE WANTS IN A HUSBAND
before: becoming a judge. He was a
partner: in the law firm of Salter Padgett QualifU.S. for Congresssaid Okay ladies, here it Is. This article I is! written just for you to!stick under his;
W( he was elected by the Eighth Congressional candidate Er that in traveling throughout the things for you that you have probable been saying all! along. Sometimes we
Judicial circuit lawyers as their nie Padgett of Marianna was the 25 counties his campaign has taken husbands can be just a little hard headed. Now I'm not going to admit any
representative to the Board ofGovt'rnorl first to filing fees the slogan "Leadership that more than that. Remember, my wife reads this thing too! But, to be fair I
of The Florida Bar. Hehas July 8, luring the first day Monday of qualifying Listens." People want governmentto guess I have to admit that maybe just maybe, we fall to hear the things you
served on numerous Bar Com- for all federal offices. listen to them. are saying to us about our role as a husband because we simply fall into a

Judge Noth Doughtie mittees, and was chairman of the Padgett is a former Jackson County With only about $10,000 in funds rut.The
I Small Claims Rules Committee for Commissioner and educator. He raised Padgett said he "may be out ideas lam about to share with you come from my experiences in deal-
Circuit Judg Candida
three years. In 1982,Judge Doughtie monied, but not outworked." lie said ing with wives who are having some problems in their marriage. When I ask
the campaign can be won without being them to describe for me what they want in a husband, or to explain the par
Watch for Special Ad bought or sold. People are ticular area where their needs are not being met, one or more of these
In Next Week's recognizing his always come up.
TeleKnift "breath of fresh air campaign as a Therefore, it is my conclusion that a wife wants these! qualities in a husband -
Let's Go Fishn i ; !. OUTLAW REALTY scene" on the political Now understand, right up front, these are not all the qualities needed,
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'1 l; hI O'Berry Sets New World Record for BassWhat I


Billy O'Berry of Sefner did grabbed my spinner bait because it test line was 16.12 pounds. O'Berrywas ststistics. The total lw>d>' length \s.I'-
s I on Sunday, July 6, most life.long headed straight to the deep water," using 14-pound strength line 30 inches und it had a girth of:'i'l: :>inches
fisherman only dream of. He caughta \ O'Berry said. "The fish never Because the International Game ,
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y 1 17.26-pound largemouth bass that jumped so we didn't get a look until Igot Fish Association (IGFA) does not O'Berry uses a strike King willouspin
) set a new world record for 16-pound it to the boat." have a 14-pound line class, the fish spinner bait with a green( and
41 test line. "Kouluing I had a big fish and not )has to be recorded in the 16-pound yellow skirt and O'Herrv uses a
O'Berry and his wife, PatI'e want mg to risk losing it at the last instant class. special I technique to looi the )'('I'OI'dhllSK
\ __ *, r fishing on a small Polk County like of the fight my wife managedto "As soon as the IGFA receives all
when the lunkcr bass devoured( his fit it in(the landing net!," he added. the documentation information, the
artificial(-, certified scale weight, photographsand "You can never, never (tell), the
I r'1 When O'Berry finally got the fish line sample and if all is in next cast may be the one. Like I had
t "We had no luck during the early to a. ceilified set of scales, the scale order O'Berry will be the new just told my wife, 'keep casting,
1 morning hours, the time we usuallydo punched out a card with the weight holder of the IGFA's 16-pound line keep casting, (there are big ones
well," O'Bcrry said. "Then at, 17.211( pounds printed it. Not sure is class largemouth bass record," said down there," O'Berry said. "Being
about 7 A.M., after having just (lold the fish was a record, O'Berry contacted Lt Jim Farrior, public information in the right place at the right time is
44',, &44A'e .4 Pat to 'keep casting were fishing the Florida Fame and FreshWater specialist with the Commission. important, but without persistence,
j/ w where the big ones are,the fish hit." Fish: Commission where he In addition to the weight of the the opportunity won't come around l
"At first I thought a catfish had l learned that the record for 16-pound bass, it has some other impressiverich tot olten,"


.'VP Men's Class C Softball Tournament Set in Lake ButlerA H

A..a.- '" special 12-team tournament lor will be culled outs. Trophies will be given for first,se- Make checks payable to Chuck
Men's Class C Softball teams has Entry fee for the tournament will cond and third places, as well as FP Blackwelder.
Billy O'Bcrry been set at the Lake Butler-Union bo $'IU plus one Dudley lied Thunderor Individual and MVP. (Chuck Blatkwelder is recreation
New World Record County Recreation Complex on Worth Blue Dot Softball. Softballs Chuck Blackwelder and Roger director for the city of Lake Butler
SU-121, 2 miles south of Lake Butler will he on sale at the tournament for Blackwelder will serve as directorsof and is the sponsor oi the annual
on Friday and Saturday, August!'. $4 each the tournament.Send entry fees to Muscular Dystrophy! soltbal tournament -
The tournament will be conduited Deadline for entry is Friday, Htc. 2 Box 7!%, Lake Butler, Fl. although this tournament is in
by ASA rules, allowing one over! the, August 1. Draw out will be Saturday, :32054. conjunction with neither !MDA nor
fence homerun per game All oihi'?' August!' 2. Call 4Xi-3tr!( for more information the city )
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1Jnvitntion Attorney General Candidate: Speaks Out for Clean Environment jlSBte*,*. m

i, Speaking to a group of eouolull'III1- mcnl of Natural Resources us well us snowbirds who try to keep us off
dominium owners this wcckSen I Poc handle litigation to the beaches and
protect our own gobble
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<- 4J't :u.9r, t. < 31' (jcr ten said t h.ll"we must stop budding environment."I wetlands for their own profit"
\t..1. J, '' t these concrete towers on Monti 1,,\ will consistently support stronger Gersten said that as Attorney General fJ1
The ..-.\. M :" "- beaches"Gerstcn,a Democratic c.i 11did.lle laws set-backs from the beaches on he will make protection of the
for Florida Attorney Gen r.ll, "
I ( new developments Gersten stated. environment a top priority. "We must
explained to the group that us .1 He explained that the beaches belongto protect our endangered areas, keep
member of the Cabinet, the Attornc\ all I Floridians and to future
Sixth generations our skies blue and our water abundant
General will head upthe state's Depart! 'not just a few andFamily "
developers and clean, said Ger ten. 1 hat's w hat

NTSO _. brought so many people to Florida ?a.
% and we owe it to ourselves and our .
children to keep things that wa) 10 the
extent humanly possible" lien Joe' Gersten .

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Inland: Olson Retired street maintenance supervisor Funeral services will be con Card of ThanksIn
Mr !Leland: "Ol J..K" Olson 56,of with the city of Jacksonville; ducted at 11:00: a.m. Friday,July 25, AppreciationOur
Starkf died Thursday, July 17 in member Disabled American 1986 at the chapel of Archie Tanner special sincere thanks for the
V.A. Hospital, Gainesville! following Veterans, Chapter. No. 61, Starke, Funeral Home with Rev.Leon Odom cards, flowers, gifts, food and expressions -
a long| illness! FL. and Rev. Gene Bass officiating. of sympathy: extended to
Mr. Olson)! was born on May 20 Survivors include his wife, Pearl Burial will be in Wynn Cemetery, us during our bereavement. Our
: in Wisconsin and moved Johnson! Andrews,Starke; four stepdaughters south of Starke. Archie Tanner sincere
1 IU'10! Osseo!! special thanks to Carl Haile, I
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to Cry-otull.ake! in 1972! from Orange Doris Carter, Jackson- Funeral Home of Starke Is in chargeof Funeral Director and Staff
Park, lie was a member of the ville, Marian Thomas, Lexington, arrangements. May God bless each and everyone. MO
Wanda Edwards Plant &
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Association, Branch No. 91, Carolyn Newman,Orange Park;one The Late Mrs.Ophelia Long F
Jacksonville; American Legion Post stepson,Kenneth Norman,Hutchinson Card of ThanksOur MOBILE S
KS brothers, A.T. Andrews
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No. 202() Keystone!: Heights; ArnVeU, ; heartfelt thanks to all who extended -
Gainesville, Paul Andrews, HOME CENTRAL AIR SAC
Host! No H6, Keystone!: Heights! ;servo and
Graham four sisters Emma comforting sympathy
ed in the Marines for 20 years, retiring ; Gertrude Atop notch unit especially designed
Crews Wauchula, Walker, help in our recent sorrow. For the SF Sewage
in 1'J; Veteran of the Korean Ft. Dyers, Elva Lee Edwards, beautiful service, floral offerings for mobile homes. Ask about our no
Conflict; was a carpenter in conduction Starke &: Juanita Wells, Wilson, and other kindnesses,we are deeply money down$39. per month special

Survivors industry!: include since 1969.his wife, Mary N.C.; ten grandchildren and twelve grateful. The Family of Treatment Save &rda ZUah Samsr

Lucille Steig Olson; daughter,Susan great-grandchildren. '"
In lieu of flowers contributionsmay 1)0( Addison
Sullivan,Keystone Heights; mother, be made to the building fund at SAWYER
Viola T. Olson, Osseo, Wise.; three Madison Street Church. Hearing Set
brothers, Alden Olson, Bigfork, Funeral services Baptist were held Card of ThanksWe wwa .
Minn., Wilfred Olson, Kenosha,
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Funeral services were held In conducting the services. Burial was food and offered DER at Santa Fe Pass in 1978 were
flowers, prayers to
in Riverside Memorial Park in
DeWitt C.Jones Chapel Monday,July concluded in Gainesville Thursday,
us during our grief over the recent
Jacksonville under the direction of
21 with Rev. Leamon Ward con of July 17, before Hearing Officer
passing our loved one, Loureda
Jones Jo unf.'railloml" of Starke.Ossie'Bo" .
Michael M. Parrish, of Tallahassee
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Wynn much our family and friends meanto
Keystone Heights was in charge of order, to the Depart
Mr. Ossie "Bo" Wynn, 74, died at us. ment of Environmental Regulation.
arrangements his residence Tuesday, July 22,1986 You will always be rememberedfor Validity of the line is being con- Contact Lenses
following a long illness. your kindness. Thanks again, tested by the Santa Fe Lake
William Henry AndrewsMr. Mr. Wynn lived in Starke and was "'umllyof Dwellers Assn.on grounds that DER
.William Henry Andrews,76,of born and raised in Bradford County.He Ixmreda Perryman erred in placing the line across $
Starke died Monday, July 21, 1986 in retired from Du Pont Chemical wetland areas at the pass,which are TQ
North Florida Regional Hospital in Company after 22 years of service actually part of the Santa Fe Lake .
Gainesville following a lengthy il and was a mill operator. He was a Card of ThanksMr. bed and therefore sovereign lands of
lness. member of Graham Baptist Church. the state, according to Harold Hill, 'Single Vision Sph.
Born in Bradford County on July 3, Survivors include his wife, Clara; Leo DeSue and family would president of the association.Hill July I SpecialLOCATED I
1910, Mr. Andrews moved to Starke two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Mosl, like to send thanks for the sympathy maintains that DER ran its r:::>
13 years ago from Waldo. Mr. Andrews Middleburg, Mrs. Nettie Davis, they received for the loss of his son, line incorrectly after developers of AT: \
was a former resident of Starke; two sons,Tommy and Steve, Julian DeSue. the Santa Fe pass project had US 301 S & Edwards Road /
Jacksonville He was a member of both of Starke; one sister, Lossie Thanks to the many friends for the already placed fill dirt in some of the The Eyeglass Store
cards, telegrams, food and all that Across from Community Bank
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. Charge Is Uncontested 1 H"no according .to the arrest Waldo Man ArrestedAt Woman Arrested, Andrew Jackson Knight, 30, was May 7th n structure lire will: ,
By Inmate in SlayingA record. Jenkins also had a strong or- arrested July 16 on a capias charg- responded to on ("It.225!:! ci-i I
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dor of alcohol on his! breath, said Scene of BurglaryA Charged BatteryWhile ing aggravated( battery and battery, CR-229. Upon arrival it W.'. dolor,
prison inmate pleaded no contest Hinds lie was released after a $100 27-year-old Waldo man was ar- investigating hit according to Lt. John Dempscy. mined that an clement on tin electric
a possible
Monday to l Knight was released on his own shorted and burned itself
seconddegreemurder surety bond was posted. rested during an investigation of a and run accident the Starke Police stove had
charges in the fatal stabling July 21, Jenkins, driving a 1972 burglary at Hurst Exxon on US-301 Department witnessed a confrontation recognizance.Leo : out. There was no l lire or damage
ol another inmate on Feb. J. Mercury, was cited for failure to north in Starke July 20. between two 20. New River VP'!) also responded.May .
women July
Rubin Ayala-l. ie/ did not contest yield right-of-way when he attempted Starke Police were called to the Brenda Lee Carter of Oak Street was 18 at 3:27: a.m. HSVh'l I)
allegations that he fatally blabbed, a left turn onto SR-16 from the service station to investigate a rested and Newby,23 with, was ar- ordered to appear in court for drink- responded to a structure lire (.ill i
charged battery .
another inmate in the chest alter parking lot of Lil Champ, according broken window in the stock room, alter she struck Janet Davis Alston, ing intoxicating beverage in public, NE 10th just easl: of Stark yl< J i''
they argued about who would have according to Sgl. W. C. Reno. Carter advised thi-
: to Patrolman Ray Shuford. Cheryl according to Patrolman M. D. according to Patrolman Raymond J. was first to arrive and
which I seat in a card H. Jefferson was charged at 1:55: a.m. July 19. Also that date at 3:07
..t. game. of Lake Butler, drivinga Spears and William Russell. Found Shuford. fire was out. on :
, The stabbing took place at Union 1978 Ford, was unable to stop and near the window was a brown paper Newby accused Alston, driving a p.m. an unknown type fire was
Correctional Institution. The victim, struck Jenkins' vehicle. There were bag with 11 packs of cigarettes and 1984 Ford of hitting her while she Paul Rodgers of Estelle Street was reported in the area of CR-100 and
' Manuel Pedrosa, 29, was! in prison on no injuries in the accident but Jefferson approximately $70 in coins, a gold was on her bicycle. Alston said she ordered to appear in court for drink- CK-100A. QH-10 was in the area and
; a l rl>t-degree murder charge. was also cited for failure to use chain and a gold ring. did not hit Newby. Newby said she ing intoxicating beverage in public, found no fire.
Ayala-Laie/, was !sentenced in according to Sgt. Reno. Rodgers was June
child restraint, said Shuford.At While processing the scene for and at
was lying starting swearing
C. circuit court in Lake Butler to 22 10:55: p.m. Jenkins was again evidence a noise was heard in the her and struck her with her hand, charged July 18. During the month of June the
years! in pison to be served after he cited at the Lil Champ. This time for garage area inside the building, said Patrolman Shuford. HSVFD responded to three calls,
i finishes! his! current 65-year sentence improper backing when he backed where a man was found standing Bond was set at $500 and Newbywas Traffic two structure fires and one vehicle
It for an armed burglary in Dadc into a 1976 Mercury at 10:55: p.m at beside the water cooler. released on her own Carlos Joe Rendon of Lake Butler accident.
:
: County. the gas pumps at the Lil Champ Ricky Floyd Newby was arrestedand recognizance. There was no physical was arrested July 20 on a warrant June 10 at 8:25: p.m. a call for
i Store, according to Patrolman Marc charged with burglary. evidence to indicate a traffic acci- charging driving while license assistance from the Florida
: Starke Man ArrestedFor Devereaux.Lavvtey. While questioning Newby about dent had taken place, said Shuford. suspended (DWLS) and a capias Highway Patrol sent firelighters to a
Distrubancc the burglary he gave a willing con- charging grand theft (violation of vehicle accident at CR-16 and
t ManArrested fession to the July 19 burglary of probation), according to PatrolmanJohn CR-225. Upon arrival it was
: A 52-year-old Starke man was arrested Johnson's Feed Store, said Starke Fire Report Hodges. Rendon was stoppedfor discovered that two vehicles were
t in a family disturbance July in Starke Patrolman Russell. Newby said he speeding, a computer check involved In a minor collision. Fur-
19, two days later he was cited in two Johnny Mitchell Brown, 34, of entered the feed store through the For Month of JuneThe revealed the outstanding capias. ther investigation determined there
accidents. Lawtey was arrested July 21 for rear, took cold drinks, moon pies Starke Fire Department Rendon is being detained for Lee were no injuries or fire involved.
Willie C. Jenkins was charged driving while intoxicated, failure to and other items. responded to 18 calls during the County. June 18 at 7:23: p.m. HSVFD
with disorderly intoxication and show cause, according to Sgt. Sam- Newby was charged with burglaryand month of June, according to answered a call for mutual aid
trespass after warning according to my Eunice. petit theft for the Feed Store Firefighter Nelson Green. Timothy Tyrone Tyson, 19, was ar- assistance in the Hampton Lake
l Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Starke Brown was sentenced to three burglary, said Patrolman Russell. Three calls were to auto accidents, rested July 16 for (DWLS), accor- area. Upon arrival of Tanker 43,
Police were called to a family disturbance months in the county jail, he will Total bond was set at$2,500 for the three were smoke investigations, ding to Investigator David Aderholt. water was transferred to fire units
Ii on Paul Street where Jenkins then be released to Union County charges. two were car fires and two were Tyson had failed to serve his jail from Hampton and Theressa
;: became hostile toward the officer where he is charged! with failure to structure fires. time of three days. He was orderedto Volunteer Fire Department. No one
t and the complainant. lie had been pay child support, according to the Two 19-Year-Olds One call was to a brush fire, two do so on weekends. Bond was set was home at the time of the fire
'= warned against trespassing by Sgt. arrest record. Arrested in LawteyTwo calls were for wash down/spills and at $300 for this arrests and he was there were no injuries.
. two calls were Rescue assists. released on his own recognizance. June 28 at 10:06: p.m. firefighterswere
19-year-old males were arrested called to the Whispering Pines
One call false alarm and two
was a
FREE ESTIMATES SHOP AT HOME in Lawtey for having and con- calls were miscellaneous. Roosevelt Wims, 39, of Alachuawas Trailer Park off CR-229 and NW 59!
a Drape Yourself In Beauti! suming beer July 19, Lt. William arrested July 18 for DWLS, ac- Ave. Upon arrival of Tanker 43 and
Tillotson. cording to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Engine 40 no fire could be located. A
Joyce Hutcheson Jerry Calvin Wilkison and Jeff Recent ArrestsIn Jr. He was released after a $210 cash complete area search was con-
((904)) 964-7966 Allen Starling both of Lawtey were Bradford CountyThe bond as posted. ducted but was unsuccessful in
,. charged with possession of alcoholby locating any fire. Bradford Sheriff's

Draperies: }by! Joyce a minor under 21, prowl- following arrests were madein Marshall Randall Phillips, 18, was Department advised that a caller
ing/loitering, and violation of city Bradford County by local arrested July 17 for fleeing, attemp- had called the Starke Fire Depart
Specializing In Beautl-Pleat Rods ordinance, said Lt. Tillotson. authorities.Roy ting to elude, wilful-wanton reckless ment only to say his trailer was on
Commercial Residential Wilkison and Starling were in driving and improper driving, ac- fire, gave a brief location and hung
. Verticals Woven Shades Mini Blinds Bedspreads Pillow Shams possession of cans of beer and were Edward Thornton, 40, of cording to Sgt. W. C. Reno. Phillipswas up. New River and Lawtey Fire
k All Types of Window Dressings consuming beer in an unauthorized Starke was arrested July 19 on a released after a $535 surety Departments were also summonedbut
II: No place, Lawtey Elementary School, capias charging trespass after war- bond was posted. were cancelled enroute.
Appointment said Lt. Tillotson. ning, according to Sgt. Sammy
Custom Made Necessary Both were released after they Eunice. Thornton was released aftera Robbie Jenkins, 44, was arrested
;: each posted a surety bond of $1,250. $500 cash bnd was posted. July 17 on a capias charging DWLS
and no tag, according to Marshal
Tommy Raulerson. Jenkins was
released after a $155.25 fine was

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IWI! I2)1': ( Florida couples! process as wl'las' \ the "relatively- new ."U'" -- '"',. !,,',. ..._.....\.. : Florida Institution Uiw Knlorccrncnt: ( purliciptitod Olympics the ), two combat Biome Export( med.ds! .Class lor*pm'lnt'l'liln and-

wulkl'duJ( Ilic aisle: and !said "I do" availa'ble'dot.vourscH'simphliud:\ divorce ,vt hold Tainpa in Juno. The Iivo-man two Silver and two Bron/e nii'd.iN,
IhtrmgIto'I !siime year 75:1:12: : couplesvtulkori to some couples. team
__ captured a total of thirteen for individuall'Omp'tition.
mtocoiitt and :said "I' quit" Also cuveied in the pamphlet ore .. medals uu'dalfor
Paul Bronze
Gunning\ won a
To help those: u ho HIT considering/( property division, alimony, taxes, The four-man pistol team eompiised the Mini-Marathon ((13.1 miles)
divorce to understand: the lcg.il process debts I shared l parental I responsibility :
I of Max Uonson
Ken Mc- run In the men's Golden MasterDivision
and their rights, The Florida l I lor children, appeals{ I till' need for Chosnoy, Richard Rogers and Roy ,
li.ir has totally revised its pamphlet Il'gallwlp and attorne.v's lees 7 Weiland won Gold medals< i ill the As! a result ol the medals won, the
on (hi-, :Subject titled "Divorce InJo'lul'irla certainly aren't in the business combined competition' ol Combat participants! qualified for and were
," III'PI'lIIlOtil1g divorce with I hisbrochure .
and Bullseye pistols, defeating all invited to participate in the International
ol West
says Joe Reiler teams represented by the 104 agencies Police Olympics! being held in
'I 1 can't! think ol loo many things Palm Beach, president ol The competing. Columbus! Ohio, during the month 01
more pamlul than going through a Florida Bar But we've gotten requests In addition f:,,iInit'dptse'rex'l n" August
divorce,' comments Alan Rubinsteinol lor 'Divorce) in Florida'
Ft\ M>'ers, one ol lour family almost daily during the three yearsit '
lawyers who\ n'wl'oIhl'\ pamphlet.The has been'out ol print People are a. wh Florida HRS
entire legal process can be overwhelming asking fur this informal so they e Department
"hll('. at the same time, a can be l'dlll'all'dl'onsllml'rs a
person! is usually going through a For a Iree copy ol '1)) ivul'('(' in
wreching personal crisis, There's no Florida,' virile to:: Pamphlets, The
way our 12,page booklet can coyer" Florida Bar, Tallahassee I Florida Screening Children's WorkersPeople
every 'lace! ol divorce, but I do thinkit 3231)1.13221'I'fw: : ) <; pamphlet can also lie
oft ers! a oriel, but thorough outline ordered in packages ol KM) for $15 who work with children in
Among camps covered under the
ol what I a person can expect to lace plus sales lax. } summer camps are being screenedby law are those operated by YMCAs,
in a divorce, said Rubinstein Other Bar pamphlets encompassing
the
Department of Health and Girl
Scouts and Scouts
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Boy
the ol law include
The expanded brochure includes a area lamily Rehabilitative
Services (MRS) officials cheerleading campschurch
ol Florida's 'Itlarrutg4'and 'Adoption InFlul'lda' camps;
description regular
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as part of the state's child enrichment camps such as those! offering
dissolution ol i divorce i
marriage
a protection program programs in computers math
f Under laws passed last year HRS and music; sport camps, school-
has been working to do background based camp programs and camps
checks! on its! own employees and on operated by religious organizations,
people who provide residential! and except Bible schools, which are exempt
day care. Now procedures are in .
Lou-Ann's Azalea & Farm
Blueberry
place: to extend the checks to camp

Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on programs.! Screening requirements cover
Screening coordinators owners! and !
24th Street, follow signs or throughout Florida are working to plus volunteers! who work employees at least 40

Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues thru Sat. 10-5:30 notify camp operators about screening hours a month or those who work
requirements and to assist themin less than 40 hours but without the
submitting the appropriate forms, supervision of a person! who has been
Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors said Peter M. Kreis, state director of screened.
UCI Team Winners... the HRS Children, Youth and Both residential and day programs
DAY LILIES I"milip'l Prnf'rnm covered
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Max: Unison. Itifh.ird: Rogers. Ken MiChcsnc" Paul Gunning(, Roy
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Spiritual' ) t registration is already underway for
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Exercise & Aerobics (Special Price with Coupon) 4,' college in the renovated Bradford
If you are lot! and don't know where lo 1 / County Courthouse.
Get Your Heart & Body In Shape the Cool Way! turn, come to tee this genius, Although you With 38 different course offerings,
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SISTER one visit wild including 23 daytime and 15 evening
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,1 12:15: p.m. jobs, more money, in sickness, in love, marriage Daniels 1)l Mist Calvert schedule is printed elsewhere! in to-
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Call Body Image articles, how to remove a curse or the evil
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I LBH Softball Team Places Second in District Set to Go to State in Aug. 1


'I Th" Class! H men's softball team and 3-2 to take second place in sub- Toby Dillow wasn't far behind with Pitcher Gene Raulerson had 8 and Fla. Rock to play catch-up.
siionson-d! by the; Lake Butler district competition, while LBH took 21, and short stop Harry Esford fell third baseman Doug Barnett had 4. Tourney Scoring Barnett started things oil lor LUll
1 '''1,1,1, : and Hand) Surgery Center third. in line with 20. Although LBII did not hit any over Doug Barnett....,................11 by smashing a double and f hen going
cent :n: in the district! I finals in Defensively, LBII was doing an Second baseman Timmy the fence homeruns In this tourna David Crawford..6Gene on across the plate on a single b>
:Mrlliornp this past weekend and excellent job as a team during the Whitehead had 18; and right fielder ment, they did log 7 doubles as Doug Esford. Singles by Whitehead and
finished! m second' place. LBliteam district tourney. First baseman David Crawford, left center Paul Barnett hit 3, Harry Esford hit 2 and Raulerson..5 Clark sent Esford home to bring
will compete lor the Florida btalechampion.hlp Robert Osborn led defensive play by Kish, and right center Barry Sams Paul Kish and Barry Sams each hit Barry Sams..5 LBH I to a 2-0 lead after a tough defensive -
on August! 8-10 in figuring in on 25 outs, Left fielder all had 16 each. I effort sent the first three Fla
N'('evdle. Florida Toby Dillow,4 Rock batters back to the dugout
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I Note: (Mill team was incorrectly Buddy Clark..............,........3 Short stop Kbford picked up aground
idc-nlihcd us a Class C team in I last ball and sent it to first
week's H-section. the Union County Paul Kish..3 baseman Osborn for the first out and
rimes apologi/.es for that error.) Harry Esiord,2 then Esford and Sams at right

the II stale Mill finals can place in August high ,enough they will in John Hodges.......,,....,........2 center next two.both caught. fly balls for the

go( on to play lor the regional cham Robert Osborn,2 A single by Raulerson led to one

their pionship in Georgia. II they continue Timmy Whitehead..............?2 more run in the second when Osborn
winning record, they may even wpe trlx, and Crawford both singled to send
have a good chance to compete for # Team Total.......................45 him home.It .
the national title 1 in Ohio at a later was same song, second verse,
dale for Fla. Rock as short stop Esford
Third baseman: Doug Barnett led LBH 7, Fla. Rock 2 and first baseman Osborn

scoring for the tournament with 11 LBII jumped out to an early lead cooperated on two outs in a row and
runs. He also had one of the highest
against Florida Rock by putting on a
(See LBII... .'
batting averages for the tournament fairly even offensive attack that left .12111
having 14 hits! for 21 times at
bat tor .670.
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John Hodges stepped in for Harry Iwo
Kslord for one inning while Esford -:: TERWILLEGAR
was temporarily injured and went ..
2.3 lor .070<< also. Hodges scored 2 <&%> MOTORS
runs in the short time he played. i
Pitcher Gene Hiiulcrson and first EDDIE STARLING -
baseman Hobeii Osborn both batted T.

at .500 for the tournament. Hauler- '. ... NEW & USED r

son went 10-18 with 5 runs and ... ... ..' CARS & TRUCKS
O"bol'lw'nl 9.16 with 2 runs. .J-c ... -. ,,", -.
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belt center Paul Kish batted .500, : :; 4 t >_ -.r .. ... .:_.. .; ?.> :, : .-.... Bring in your best
going( 10 for 20 with 3 runs Short Slop '. ..M ..... .. ...- .,- .. I to ,.' "
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Harry Kslord batted .470, going 9 for .. ._. ... \0. ;-" :\ -.h'; 'f._.'_.'"."" .. .o. ''.'' '.' me try to
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19 with 2 runs Bight center Barry beat it!
Sams w'ntl0 for 23 with 5 runs for a Sliding Into Second Base...

.4:10: batting average. night center fielder Harry S.iins slidrx into sci-omi niont l by score of N-2 to win a place hi the stale STARKE KEYSTONE r.
Right fielder David Crawford in the game ugiiiusl Fmiitiulo'H TV In the sub-dusti kt pl.iy-offs. 206 W. Madison Hwy 21 \ ... ,
went 7 for 17 with 6 runs for a .410 11I1'111. 964-7200 473-3673 #
tom'II" SIlllxwas 10 for 23: with 5 runs for the district lour-
average Left fielder Toby Dillow I.1MI HiiUlml third after Krrnaiido'it in sub-district nainrnt held this past weekend
went 8 for 21 with 4 runs for a .380 but defi'il' 'lli,,l an ino lo'tnt ii> Hie ilishirl t<..rrni
tournament average.
Catcher Buddy Clark went 6 for 20 r - - - -- -
with 3 runs for a .300 average and second -

baseman Timmy Whiteheadwent "We soon forget what we have not deeply thought about." Marcel Proust t- COMPUTACOLOR
6 for 21 with 2 runs for a .300 tI tnY 14 FREE +
average in the tournament.As PORTRAIT
a team LBH was batting .460
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Raulerson Named MVP.., 2 Color 8 x 10's T
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Pitcher Gene Raulerson did an excellent David A. Bebout T r 2 Color I 5 x 7's at time of T
job for LBH and was namedas and
the Most Valuable Player of the Completes BasicAir t / delivery.
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tournament by Coach Jerry Hopper. National Guard Airman DavidA. ? .... .:; .r 8. Wallet site plus tax

HaukTson pitched only 3 walks in 5 Bebout, son of Mr. & Mrs. Hick F. I .
games, an average of less than 1 per --
has -
Bebout of Keystone Heights Croup add LOG(
game (.6 walks per game). graduated from Air Force basic t __ .
Raulerson batted .560 and scored 5 I 1 ....
Lackland Air Force w.-. per person
training at I {M e.M_
runs, but he also helped lift LBH Base Texas. T e ____ __ _... over age 12 .
over a very crucial point in the tour. During the six weeks of trainingthe rBF Requires add. deg +
nament. airman studied the Air Force T _
Raulerson whacked out the single Mission, organization and customs BY: Barnard Portraits -
that put LBH into the state playoffsby and received special training in T +
I sending Barry Sams home in the human relations. Portraits Will Be Made At: NOW IN OUR +
fourth inning in the semi-finals In addition, airmen who complete T Andrews
I against Fernando's TV to put LBH basic training earn credits towardan Drugs ,
NEW LOCATION! 1
I up by one run, a lead they continued associate degree through the T Madison St. Starke
''I to widen to the final victory of 82. Community College of the Air Force.
Fer'nando's TV is the team which His wife, Carolyn, is the daughterof _. 1 Monday 11 to 5:30 EL.
defeated LBH twice in the., Sub-,
Mr. & Mrs. Gambill Ray;Melrose. .
1)"vlt1) A. lieboiit -
\ district play-offs by scores of 21.7 rf. --'S.- -

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ports l Must soil $1500 01 bolt oiler. JOBS $16.040 lo Bullet 496 30/9 and Keystone Heights legal' secretory, Small business bookkeeping .
V64 4/48 7 '74 7ttrig 7/31 $59,230/yr Now hiring Call 4/349/3.2/26 tinWANT 964 7777. 7/24 2t BOS 611/ 6OOO. LxR 5504! fnr lurionlfufjiMol [
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YARD SALES complete home repair any purpose, credit, no problem. Fast yard to keep up. Approx. tw. ,
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964 8544 1030 Edwards Rd
Employer Call Mitch' 4733940. 1/9TF Mtg. Co. 3063 Hartley Rd. Jacksonville, fence/ Reduced to $44,000.THE .
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4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE. July 25 8 26. 8 7/24 2tpd 7/31
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mom Rt. 16 WEsI. 3 blocks past' Staikeblern direct patient contact answering and Increase you the value of your home local and National Job Placement school-1500 sq. ft. of excel liv. space-only 8 yisv'
'follow
tight on Evergreen signs. phones, making appls. & general office Assistance Cor respondence/Resldent
LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rates. Most
/ 74 1 Itpd old-CH&A-$43,000 VA osum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9'/. %
duties. Send
Resume to P.O Box 1261 lawns $15. Phone 964 4238. 5/8 TF Training. Eliglle Institution 'for Financial
SAT 9AM til ?T? CR 325. 2 miles out of Stoke tl 32091. 7/24 2tchg 7/31 IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD WOULD LIKE to Aid Guaranteed Student Loons. Interest-Mo pymnt of $339. Includes P&l. Ins., & taxes Also14'x24'

Hampton, Trader nghl side. of County APPRENTICE/MANAGEMENT TRAINEES take piano lessons, call Lori at Call I ((800)) 282 8165. UNITED TRUCK work shop-56'x2' patio-large oak trees garbage

MOVING line 7 34 SALE Itpd SATURDAY ONLY Needed now. Earn $9 to $13.50 per 964 4526 between 2 pm A 5 pm. Each MASTER Resident Training: Tempo, Fl disposal-five ceiling fans- you can get Into this home for op-
hour. No o..po".nce necessary. We lesson Is only $5 7/3 tlnchg' fr an 86-222
woiylit'" bunch with accessories; small train. Phono ((613)) 866.7151. 9 o.m to 9 THE BRADFORD BARBER SHOP is now prox. $6.0001eMOVE
in rooted outboard super XL 12 bow p.in 'Icon 86 214 open In 'front' of Badcock Furniture. MOBILE HOMES IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace-3 BR 1 1/2 BA, CH/A
ham' saw hog wire bob wire,, securiy HELP WANTED Mena or Women with
BABYSITTING down In home 15 1/2 cubic ft. refrig. with ice maker
my any FOR SALE Hotpoint D/W, stove,
light garden planter 'truck topperpuck good office skills including, typing 50
Call Gino 964 5582. 7/24 _
bed; office''' chair assorted plus, shorthand. bookkeeping/occoun ROBERTS age. LAWN MOWING ReasonableFree 2tchg Y washer/dryer, four ceiling fans, drapes, blinds, tinted win.

( ,Inches, stainless double sink' single ting experience, data .entry willing, to estimates Call 964.4600 After 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on dows, freshly pointed Inside & out patio 10' x 10' utility bldg.
sink electric, typewriter; fuel tanks; a fee for a good lob or willing, to all. Olin's Mobile Sales
pay | 4 00 Small Yaid. $10.00.! 7/24 2tpd 1/31 one or Home nice chandolier In Dining Room
used tin livestock waterers, 18ft. x 2 work wok at no 'feo. Pea 904 964 5606
temporary 6/6
I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT your child In tfnchg TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange & Pratt
INVITATION
I ?ft. culvert pipe truck step bumper; pie ore calling, for workers need applicants home, weekdays Sandy Starling.' 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace.' 1 AN
icfi 'igarator (needs wiring) assorted to send out If you hove 'filed 964 my 8397 $35 per week per child. 7/24 Bedroom and mo... Take over 3 Br. 2 Bo., CH&A LR DR, family room & screened In patio

hand tools kitchen cabinets and an application with W.W. PROFES BABYSITTING done In home. For poym.."' Call 782 3358 after 6 p.m BRAND NEW BRICK HOME BR, 1 1/2 BA, garage, 42000.
lountor lops, desk other ,Hems, direc- SIONAL OFFICE AND PERSONNEL SER my 3/20 TF
home
brick colonial
infoimotion roll ENJOYMENT.Lovely
more FAMILY
Lonnie 9644474I HOME FOR
"n "u lOOStoFoisythRnod (SE I 11th St.) VICE and it than 60
Is more days old 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this
then 2 3 miles, on For sylh' and 'turn right please call 964 7777 and advise that I WANT and TO WORK FOR work YOU. I can have.compose price. FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-opprox, 2700 sq. ft10.09

on Limerock Road, go to end of' road you wish to keep it on file. All applications Want to type any you across.may Come Green Cove Springs Call 284-6000 collect acres-many amenities.
FRI 8 SAT. Westmoreland' Trailer, PaiK, more than 60 days old will, be 'filed I. got your point call otter handsome
or 1-471-0611 6 1/3 offer
tell me, and let' me compose your let pm THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to a
Lnt 22. Clothes, HemsInside
jewelry misc.
7 24 IIpdLAND ( away, unless 24 you call to renew ap ters Reasonable rotes. Student 'typing pd 7/31 tfnchg' brick & cedar home on 37'/i' acres, 4 BR 2V both, plus a nice
plication. 2tchg 7/31 FACTORY REPO'S Ilved in.
legal 'forms, simple" wills, resumes, : some never -
FOR SALE SHAMPOO ASSISTANT must have Fla. overflow business typing. Work doneon 14 wides A doublewidet. On select barn, energy efficient, 133000.
license. Hairplanes. 964 4645. 7/24 word processor quality modeh-no cash needed. Paymentsstart OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY! Twelve acres with

ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove !Settlement. llihg guaranteed Small buslr.ess bookkeeping as low as $120 per month. Free home approx 2900 sq. ft. 4 Br, 2 ba, barn, workshop, pole
SJ 500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call HAIR STYLIST NEEDED: 3 yrs. exp 964 7777. 7/24 2tchg 7/31 delivery S s.t-up, Call 284-6000 fenced
$85,000.
964 5606 I I'03 tin necessary Hairplanes. 964 4645. 7/24. WHY BE LONELY Companions, friends, anytime. 7/17 tfn barn ((31x42)), fenced and cross ,
ONE ACRE LOTS on Meng Dairy Road: I Itchg dotes or. all available. All rata. For 1980 DOUBLEWIDE 3 Br., 2 Ba., unfurnished WALK TO EVERYTHING !1032 E. Call St? 3 BR, 1 '/, bath largelot

$3 OOO. no down payment $70 per mo. RECEPTIONIST WANTED: Full time Information ond application write: on 110. 175 chain link fenced 45000. You'll love to call this home
Call 964 5606. I 103 tin' Hoirplones. 964 4645 7/24 Itchg lot. $25,000 firm. 9646910. 7/17 4tpd
Southern Singles' Box 743-FLH, e36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner
LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964 5764. alter AIRLINE JOBS $17.800 to $68.500/yeor. Bonlfay FL 32425. Icon 86-226 8/7
'j call 964 5251. 3'07 tin Now hiring. Call JOB LINE LOSERS WANTED. Lost, 29 pounds, Inches 2 Br., 1 Bo.,, needs some work. $3,000. will finance 82322. A smart Florida investment
3 ACRES 'facing 230 East of Starke.' $500 5184593535 Eel A3377 for info. 24 cellulite this month. No diet. or 964-8413 or 964.6200.7/24 Itpd INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially sub.

down plus closing. costs. $175 per Hrs 7/24 3tpd 8 7 exercise Doctor recommended on ....70 2BR 2BA asking $3000 and takeover divided, highway frontage, close to school $1,000 per acre.
month, 964 5606 7 3 tin OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service television Fast results Free shipping. payments, or best offer and takeover dream I .
SPECIAL 32 ACRES. 9 planted military, personnel 'in the Naval Air payments. 9644819. 7/24 ItchgAccelerated Hardwood trees. Developer's
yr. pines Call Lyn at ((303)) 2327644. fcon 86-219
secluded high' & dry. $1.450 acre 12*. Reserve Program 'in Jacksonville FL PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH: Corner Washington,
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ml I 15 yr Fort White, area Call Sandy. Ground and flight crew positions. South of SR 16, 262.5' on Hwy. 301 105' on Washington St.
Country Rivers, Realty ((904)) 497-3305 available' ,in patrol transport, halo and
I PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven
or Res ((904)) 497 1129. Icon 86-225 attack squadron Call toll free I Realty Inc.. I.
t ACRE beautifully' wooded S W. 15th 1-800-521! 1316 for more information.' thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. In Bldg. with 150'on Hwy

Staike $700 down $100 per month. TYPISTS $500 weekly at homo1 Write.' 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. $199,0001
904 3887204 7 24 Itchg. P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207 7/10 Phone 964-4544

"'" ...... .,.,..." ., ..,...... ..... ,.......=_____._,__"._. ._._. ._..m..m..1 u_ : : j ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida
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BULLDOZER WORK WANTED -* Tome] : :! *. Lots *: Acreage Waterfront e2 ACR45yYiih.1..h'BAj) !} pie !1o"J.Q'"tey..$33,000, ,: ,"

Call ((904)) 964.5606 Farms CommercialNo m I BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 3 BA, home with 2 1/2 acres to 50 acres,

Charge to List Your Property for Sale POULTRY FARM on 5 acres with four barns.

Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Call and discuss it with us. ",.. '' e m 193' ON 301 SOUTH $85,000.
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a THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR STYLE Brick 5 BR 2 BA.. 2-ear garage close 135' ON 301 SOUTH two acres Near KOA.

town $77.900. I '2 BUILDINGS ON CALL ST.-Both for $40,200.

I LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE Blick home nestled on 5 acres, 3 BR 2 BA '3 LOTS each 50'x 100' all for $7,000.
I 'family, room w fireplace & kitchen, combo utility" room. $58,000. II
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.
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WATERFRONT PROPERTY Two cottages on Kmgsley Lake 50 fl on water
nice dock trees, peaceful living $95.000 I FIVE OAKS SUBDIVISION, near Country Club 1/2 acre lot.

| HOME WITH A WARM HEART Block 3 BR.,, 2 BA.. great' room w'fireplace.' patio $10,000.

easy driving distance to Cecil Field storage work bldg $74.900. I After Hours
F'L I COME LIVE IN THE COUNTRY- Brick home, 3 BR.. 2 BA.. CH8A. ceiling ,fans, brick |
I Pauline
m pit, utility" bldg.. all on :2 acres, $57,900., Z Randolph 964.6323

964.5065 ON HWY 301-home, 4 BR., 1 BA., well & septic tank 34900. I Randy Cory 475.2597
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[! r t I Ib-b-q FREEDOM if desired FROM$35.000 THE CITY Home In good neighborhood 3 BR. 2 BA. lake acI I Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473.7541

REALTOlV) I SEE IT NOW-Mobile Home, great value 2BR 2BA. porch tool shed, located on 2 I J -
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JA I nee lots Brooker $25,000. I .-
yyrvc. aLIKE NICE NEIGHBORS Good location, Mobile home 3 BR. 2 BA. CHSA. Bricked. *429--6ac 4 BR 2'B .

....llInK.I'hou. 'in well fi septic tank need to see to appreciate.. I if430 I Acre., ,mobile,' lake access. BROADWAY & WALTERS
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.. I LOTS FOR SALE-On .the Water Sampson Lake S Sampson River Start ot 8000. | Make nlf..,.
I COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES lot 'for sole. I '432 / oc. Mobile; ponds, creek. TREE SERVICE

I CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES-Two building jots lor sole I 414 9 ac. home: mobile<< hone *
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I 301 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.301 South, 146 "ft. frontage I woi'kshop. .I\ Removal

a FARM FOR SALE-Pnced right 131 Acres. I '396 2 BR 1 BA. 'furnished. ., fenced In Trimming
GOOD LOCATION Commercial with 15.000 ft I 'own *
Property Building Approx. sq.
:located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 I floor space, corner of Madison & Thompson Streets.' Investois, Ask about our apart.menl Stump Removal

RESIDENTIAL COUNTRY LIFE IN CLAY COUNTY 10 wooded acres graded roods, zoned 'for prof ei ties: bar S lounge Firewood

VERY CLEAN 3 Br.. 1 Ba.. home in Waldo. Priced In the low 30's. house or mobile home, $17,900. I tonberlanddued4je, and canilnerclolproperties. ., Free Estimate
3 BR., 1 BA., HOME NEEDS T.l.C. would make great rental. Owner financing. [ OFFICE FOR RENT-486 Temple Ave Suite' C, 925 Sq. ft. I .. .

BEAUTIFUL 2.7AC. HOMESTEAD with pond 32 000 sq. ft. 'fully completed.. .FREE NOTARY SERVICES. I STRO('T RF.ALT)' 473.7097.473.7679

Many extras 5 Br 3 Ba. must see to appreciate. I Wayne Douglas.,964'6593 Novis Ward.............964-7454 J
IDEAL HOME For retired couple who like country living. :2 Br., 1 Bo., frame on r After 5 P.M,
Jolin G'.ene..533-2121 Bill Dodd..964.7408 964 !95
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lac. furnished also has MH and extra septic.' ONLY 29900. I I .
3 BR-1 1/2 BA in town. Has FP. den. wooden deck on dead end St. Irving Clark;..............964-7188) Cindy Kurimoy........964.7 408 I I '..473-309 Keystone Heights

3 ACRES South 301 60 X 66 Commercial Bldg. and 4 Br. 3 Ba. home. 20% dn Evelyn Giostoin....,. 964-4319 Don Hood ............. j rA" .., "r .,,P'L'rSlAR1' ?? Licensed & Insured
owner will consider' terms. I .468.19, .... t.Ld4Ue1
13 BEAUTIFULLY WOODED ACRES with M. H. Just off 16. - - .

4 BR., 2 BA., FRAME HOME on 1 acre, just 531000. ----- --.
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BRICK HOME 3 Br I I 2 Ba., home. This home Is Immaculate' and ready for

mmediate, occupancy LOOKING FOR LOTS OF LARGE HOME-ln 'city on ap
STARTER HOME. Just remodeled. Concrete block home large lot in town
SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3 prox. 9/10 acre, 4 Br, 2 Ba,
HOME IN COUNTRY CLUB AREA with pool. Priced in the 80 I. Call today
HOME IN GOLFVIEW over 3.000 square feet. Built 'for a large'family. Included bedrooms, 3 baths and too many CH&A, 1900 plus sq. ft. ossum.

">H,,1 I features to describe on 3 3/4 mtg.
TWO HOMES ON LOT IN TOWN. Live In one rent the other. Priced in the 30's acres
SUPER NICE. In town: 3 Br., 2
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INVESTMENT PROPERTY PRESTIGIOUS AREALocatedin Ba., executive quality home,

MADISON ST. 2 Br., 1 Ba.. needs repairs. Priced to sell. 964.4522 area of other lovely homes, Lots of living comfort features.

MADISON ST. Unique Home over 4.500.q "It. Many extras, one of a kind. Call STARKE. this 3 BR, 2 Ba is on a corner lot *, LAKE ACCESS-Extra nice MH,

for thawing. 4 Br., 4 Ba., brick veneer South 301. Plaza with many amenities. Super CH/A with beautiful grounds.Keystone .
MOBILE HOME under beautiful' shade trees, 3 Br., :2 Ba, plus screen porches, area.

only $28 000. Open Mon. thru Fri. nice.MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to EDWARDS RD.t I Adjoining
NICE 3 BR.. 1 BA., C/B HOUSE CH/A. hardwood floor wlaklng distance to all
'JO a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Sell 2 Ba. Bradford 64x150 with
Br.
up town Hampton lake 3 Sq.,
f to 4 .
a.m.
*IMMACULATE 3 BR.. 2 BA furnished d/wlde M.H. built on screen porches on p.m.I i CHSA. Plus anew' 28'x40' CB i building.

I acre storage bldg., and a 10'x12' ZONED COMMERCIAL-in city,
*PARKWOOD PLACE nice 4 Br., 2 Ba., c/b house, chain link fence CH/A and
All for 144'x52' w22'x46' Ideal
greenhouse. On 1 acre. bldg.,
other extras Appraisals for Residence Form Commercial Business
*COVE APTS. Priced reduced to $77,900 for quick sale. Check the Income producing I Your Full Service Real Estate Office 60000. for laundromat
out of 7 rental. OWNER MOVING-Must sell- NEXT TO North Fla. Chrysler

LOTS HOME BEAUTIFUL: on :2 acres, A RARE FIND:530 acres In one beautiful 3 Br, 2 Ba Plymouth Dealership. 2 parcels.

BUILD THAT DREAM HOME on this 1 1/2 acre home site just past the hospital 3 Br.. 2 Ba., 1700 sq. ft. CH/A, parcel with many possibilities.Over home.Featuring Formal LR, DR SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit ren

or divide In 2 lots only $10,900. with many ammenities. 3,000 ft. highway frontage. Fam. rm. w/fireplace, large kit. tal complex, full occupancy firm

*2 1/2 ACRES. Nice building site $7,500 cahs or owner financing. BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE on 3,900 ft. odjoining'Starke In City $58,000 cash down payment required
8$ road frontage Approx.
ACRES. with
'In paved
*SAMPSON LAKE Hampton Deerfootroll area waterfront lot. Close to Gainesville 10 acres. 3 Br., 2 Ba. Let us show Golf & Country Club. AFFORDABLE city, 3 Br, 1 CORNER SR 18 ft 3011: 14.87

*2 ACRES LAWTEY AREA. Only $8,500 with owner fin $7,500 cash. you this one. You'll LOVE it. Timber valued at over $200,000. Ba, fenced cor, lot. 34500. acres with 940'ff f on 301 > Only 19

ONE ACRE lot on Hwy. 100. Priced to tell $4,500.. AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You A SOLID INVESTMENT] a ml. toGville.

LAKE LOT. Sampson Lake. Price reduced to 13000. This on. won't wait last will love the privacy this home QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD-2 Br., world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, A 2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff.

long. President offers. 4 Br., 3 Ba., 2,100 sq. ft. 2 8a., CH&A 708. W. Call St. 2 Ba, Fm Rm Liv. rm., Din. Rm., OWNER FINANCING.2 Br. 2
William D. Tiffin Realtor" ,
96 -04a plus an extra large garage. sewing rm. and more within Ba. doublewide 1
Susan Faulkner, Realtor, Between Starke on acre. Now
other MINI-FARM 2400 ft. Priced at 73000.
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene Many outstanding sq. only 24900.
Faulkner 964-9142 Douglas Conner 9648420Louis features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY. and Lake Butler. 4 Br., 2 Ba., DO YOU WANT A BUY?? ThisIs

Young 964-7S2S Marty Russell 473-7694 WATERFRONT: sand bottom CH&A on 8 acres '. Extras-large till! 3 Br., 2 Ba., close to A SOtto STARTER HOMENeedsminor

Lucill.Debbie Spry Toole M4-S420 964.6983 Karen Bobby Adams tlggs 964-7331 964-4002 lake w/nice mobile home. CB building and large pole barn. everything. Excellent condition repair & paint on large ..;

Ready to move into. $25,500. 27000. lot Cheap.

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL ACRES & BUILDING LOTS., 5, Other:
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Carol Warner Rentals.Available REALTOR ASSOC. 10, and YOU 20 !acre! parcels. WE CAN'HELP [2 Available .J / H II.V ill g or Selling? Call usl I

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RENT FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALE

OUT OF AREAGENTLEMAN'S
2 BR 1 BA 12)( 70 Mobil horn for riot
MIMOSA MANOR MOilll HOMI PARK 14V. FT. MONARK S-1 BOWRIDER
BRADFORD LIMEROCK or sol*. High Ridge Estates. $235 monthor FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING
Mobil Hornet and spaces lor rent. SALES ISTATE.Mo..lv.B.droom. 4 $14,900. Pet deposit accepted. Call Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac. lounge seats, teak ski storage, three
Recreollonol vehicle w.lcom. Phon. Llmerock Fill Dirt 4 1/2 bath ranch, Indoor 473-2730 or 4733410. 7/17 tfnchg 473-2521. 6/5 tfnchg nice built In cooler/storages! Full Instrumentation
96..7..911.9/16 fin' 20 yd. semi-loads only heated pool 2 cor attached garage on LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon NEED TYPING DONET Reasonable, efficient i- Extra storage Large
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 Phone 711-3172 5/23 tfchg 96 mostly rolling acres 450000. The thly efficiency apartments, 1 or :2 BR, computer printout letter quality. fuel tank Bow roil canvas, boarding
BA opt. For more. Information call loke STORE BOUGHT! Furnl'.ur: for sal. at Real Estate Store, ((704)) 6832964. fcan call 473-2919. 5/22 tfnchg Call 473-4648 and leave message. Will platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
Butler Apt. 496-3141 Equal Opportunity Doublwld Horn Center locot.d 197 ACRES 17 open 50 acres planted 2 BR LAKEFRONT Furnished swimmingand return call tfnchg 3/27 GOOD, SS Props CLEAN. $5500 Lorry.
Housing 6/7 tlnchg North on 301 Lawtey. Fla. (this Is not pines, balance cutover. Creek. Abundant skiing. $250 a week plus $100 HANDYMAN SERVICE '- Mowing yard 475 126V. 6/19 tlnchg.
ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel. $8 trail.rfurnltur.) 6/13 tlnchgSTEREO TURKEY $49,750. Additional HORSE SADDLE $400 or best offer.
DEER deposit. 4733856. Stpd 7/3.31 work chain sow work, tree trimming,
per night. From $35 per w..k. Discount CONSOLE In. GE turntable, acreage available. UNITED HOUSI ON LAKE GENEVA Across from trash hauling any odd lob, 4733321. 4737644. Hpd7/24 .
offered lor long.r t.rm. Apply In pron FM radio $SO. 782-3949. 7/3 Itpd 7/10 FARM AGENCY P.O. Box 755 Troy. golf course $400 a month. Nice. 6/5 tfnchg' 17 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER Fully self-
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across tfnchg Alabama 360B 1. ((205)) 566-1870 or ((205)) 473-3083 or 475.2838.7/3 tfnchg PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile contained. Excellent condition, Call
Irom Post Office. TF FILL DIRT clay top soil will load your 735-2442 evenings Icon 86.216 LAKEFRONT MOBILE HOME 2 BR. polio homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free 4733216 days: 473-3296 evenings.
APARTMENTS FOR lENT N.wly truck. 964-5414. 7/10ltchg 7/31 WESTERN N.C.. NO. GEORGIA MTNS. swimming, fishing, near Keystone. estimates. Coll Rob 473-3590. 6/5 Itchg 724FULL .
d.corated.v.rything furnished. Laundry 17231 FT.AIRSTREAM R.V., good condi Small wooded tract. of 5.11 acres. 473-4186. 2tchg 7/17-24 tfnchg WEIGHT SET hardly used $75.
facilities Included. Video rQ mavallobl. tion. New awnings See to appreciate. Gentle slope, good access, small MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $ISO per LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. Sears zigzag sewing machine, $60.
.. Will accept on. child no 5332707.724 Itpd streams. 5 ml. from Murphy N.C. month Partially furnished. Keystonearea. Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free 4732007. Itpd 724HOMES
p.t. Palms Apts. 2313 N. T.mpl.Av. BROWN SOFA like n.w-$75; gold wall $16SO/acre. Varl.ty of listings 473-2026. 7/17 tfnchg Estimates 6/5 tfnchg
.., Stork 32091. 5/1 TF hugg.r recllnr-$75 call 964-4155 for available, homes, farms, lakefront FURNISHED 2 BR. 2 BA doublewlde on FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING FOR SALE
21 FT. TRAILER lor rent by month 1 or 2 more Information. 7/24 2tpd 7/31 riverfront. Small ft large acreage. Call quiet lakefront Carpet drapes, House out of level? Call LoRue Leveling
adults only. No pets. Deposit r.qulr.d. SEARS REFRIGERATOR.S25. whirlpool TOLL FREE for FREE listings 1 800 CH/AC deck Prefer couple only no Service, for all your foundation HAWTHORNE HOUSE for sole by
964-8434. STARKE KOA KAM- dry.r-$35, V.W.s' for ports 964-4402. 438-6159. Raper Realty Inc.. P.O.Box pets .4732784 ...8 p.m. $300, $ISO repairs. 473-7721. 6/5 tlnchg owner 3 BR, 2 BA concrete block
PGROUND, 301 South. 5/15TF 7/24 Itpd 619 Hwy. 64 West Murphy N.C. deposit. Stpd 7/17-31 LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call? CH/AC. close to Miller's Moll and
$50 PER WEEK lor you choice ol our on. 40" HOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGE 19" 28906. Icon 86.220 QUIET CLEAN. COMFORTABLE unfurnished (The Blues Busters) by writing to school $45,000 negotiable 473-2513.
bedroom apartments with refrlg. and Color RCA TV, excellent condition. home, In Keystone Club lakeside. Singles Club Rt. 1 Box 530 2tpd 7/17-24
cooking facilities. All utilities ore Included Love 'seat 2 bucketseats for van or BUSINESS Estates 2 BR, 2 BA central H/A Hampton, FL 32044. 7/10 tfnchg
In this price, so why r.nt a room truck. 31-1602.7/2" Itpd weathered porch. 4813109. 7/17 THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE Speclallilng in
wh.n you can have an apartment. TRACTOR-SUPER A FARMALl with OPPORTUNITIESOWN tfnchg chronic muscular pain, also deeply PETS
Monthly rates or. $200. Call us at bushhog disc plow rototlll.r boom 3BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE mobile home. relaxing and healing.AdultsChlldrenPrenatol. _
964-4262 day., 964-6566 evnlngs. or YOUR OWN (sportswear .
platform. Registered quarterhorsewith $250 month. No pets Oak Forest
drop by and see the opartm.nt saddle and bridle 964-4787 after 5 ladies apparel chlldrens/maternlty .73-2<131. 2lpd 7/24-31 Elisabeth Rush LMT 5453 or Cat TAN FEAMALE Shepherd needs good
In large sizes, petite, doncewear accessories home to love and guard. Spayed with
manager apt no. six at 314 North p.m.. 7/24 ItpdSOFAQUEEN Miller LMT .'42. 475-1251 or 3766651.
T.mpl. Av. next to the T.nn.co Station. SIZE HIDE-A-IED, dinetteset or bridal shop. Jordache, 4tpd 7/10-31 all shots. Call 473-2424. Itpd 7/24
6/26 TF borrel-bottom table with formica Chic Lee, Levl liod Gitono Guess, MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction AKC DOBERMANS weaned. Moles,
3 BR. MOBILE HOME furnished first ft top and 4 barrel chair. 9644787. after Calvin Klein Sergio Volent., Evan truck mounted equipment. $150 females, $175. 473-2835 keep
last Plcone, Liz Clalborne, Members KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Ham, 7/24-31
month r.nt. No pets. $250 p.r mo. 5 p.m. 7/24 2tpd 7/31 Only C 8 II CARPET CLEANING trying 2tchg
Gasoline, Healthtex. 1000 others 14X70, fully furnished CH/AIr, clrn.rlot.
Call 964.5251 after 5 p.m. 7/3 tIn NEW KITCHEN TABLE CHAIRS $35. over Keystone Heights 473-7770
1 BR. HOUSE IN COUNTRY window air. sofa ft Chair $35. various furniture $14.300 to $25,900 Inventory training 26000. C. B. Isaac Realty Half off on Scotchguard
carpet large yd.. Call 9648602. In 473.2566. 7/24 2tpd 7/31 fixtures, grand openings, etc, canopen 4752199. 2tchg 72431IftZDOUBLEWIDE 8tpd7/108/28 LAND FOR SALE
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Unfurnished. CHICKEN HOUSE MATERIALS 1 $5 15 days. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) porch carport deep
96".6090.7/17 TFNchg per foot 1 group $3 per loot.group 7/24 8884228. Itpd 7/24 well, storage building corner lot. LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500.
2 BR GARAGE APT.. No pets. $t75 p.r 4tchg 814B3 1000 SUNBEDSI Wolff-Sunal Clearance 19500. Will finance part. 473-4897. MISCELLANEOUSPACK Owner will finance. $164 per month
month. 964.8"0".7/17 2tchg. 7/24 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE $8000 9N Sol. by Manufacturer Make offer Big Itpd 7/24 473-4367. 6/5 tfnchg
MOBILE HOME. 2 Br. Private lot shade Ford tractor w/ottochm.nt., $2000. Money In suntannlng. Tanning lamps A RAT Buy sell and trade collectible LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
trees, No Pets 468-2374 after 6 P.M. 16ft. Bow Rider 125 Evinrud ft trailer lotions 1-800-228-6292. fcan 86-224 Lost Items and antiques. Used furniture, acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473-7162
7/24 ttchg $1500.964290.7/2" 2tpd 7/3) LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor. glassware, jewelry and much more.Come after 5. 3/27 tfnchg
3BR HOUSE. C/B window air stove, 1974 FORD STATION WAGON $500.Lodl. thAmerlcon Van Lines needs $100 REWARD) Block male Labrador see for yourself. One mile east KEYSTONE AREA Wooded tracts with
refrigerator, carpet. No Pets $350 p.r ..3-speed 3-wheel bike, and exercise owner/operators! If you need training, mixed dark spots on tongue. lost Nov. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. access to smo'l fishing lake $300
month deposit required. 9647047. blk., walker exerciser/treadmill. w* will train you. You will operate 7 on SR-100 and Immokal Rood. "73.2183.615 tfnchg down $75 month. Owner financing no
7/24 2tchg 7/31 your own tractor. If you don't have Answers to "Minor." 4737162. 6/5 qualifying. 8132533258. 4tchg
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month NOTICE one, northAmerlcan offers a tractor tfnchg 7/17-8/7
and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- purchase program that can put you In anew CARS, TRUCKS '
Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 TF tractor for $2500 down. If you are HELP WANTEDOFFICE & BOATS LAKE LOTS, septic, well, fence, pump
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.sub- 21 or over and think you may qualify, house, fix-up house on clear lake
Highway 16 W. Close to prison milted to the Bradford County we'd like to send you a complete Information I 473-2859 7/10ltpd 7/17 3tchg 7/31
office In and paid In Call SUPPLY SALESPERSONPrefer 17 FT. VENTURE SAILBOAT sleeps 2,
package. weekday
964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg Telegraph writing any CLEAN 2Br., 1a... MOBILE HOME on 1
FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile advance unless credit Is already TOLL FREE 1 ((800)) 348-2191. Ask for retired person to sell In Keystone complete with |lib, new mainsail
ocr., near Keystone, nice lot. $225.
homes Inside city weekly? ft monthly. established with this office. Dept 97. fcon 86.223 Heights area. Must b* familiar with sollbag anchor new 5 hp Sears out- 473.2566.7/24 7/31
JO LU Motel & MH Park 964.8810.6/5 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD BEAUTY CAREER. Cosmetics firm looking community. For more information con board with fuel tank, trailer $3000 2tpd
TF RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN for career minded people to begin tact John Miller 9646305. tfnchg.A firm; $2500 without motor. 473-3346 .--
2 BR HOUSE 383 Cherry St.. No Pets, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN.OVER their own business In color-cod.d CAREER-NOT A JOB In the exciting after 5. 2tchg 7/17-24 -
$200 per month. 964.8498.712. Itrhn THE TELEPHONE. cosmetics, fashions, and accessories.Set world of real estate sales. If you hove a 72 SPORTSCRAFT BASS BOAT 60 HP
Classified deadline' I. TUESDAY own hours ((904)) 4789555. Icon license or ore getting one, call Dean Johnson, trolling motor, Gator tilt YARD SALE
FORSALNEWSPAPER NOON, prior to Thursday publication. BLDG. FOR SALE or rent 24x60 plus Weaver to discuss the excellent opportunities trailer. 473-3000 after 4:30 p.m. Itchg
Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50 acres. 6 miles S. Starke on 301. Will available with Watson Realty 7/24 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Woodland Dr. off
I ; _then- 15 cents for eoch word thereafter. consider business venture. 14681084. Corp.. Realtors 473-7653 or 4752272. 1974 PONTIAC CATALINA 2 door. SR-21, Saturday July 26 from 9 a.m.-2
PLATE. rI'l' 4tchg 7/10-31 Original owner 83.000 original miles, Itchg 724SATURDAYGARAGE
Measures 24x36". 25 ce HOMES COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PART-TIME BEAUTY OPERATOR Must new battery $1000. 4734553. Itchg p.m. SALE from 8....
and be slate' certified have cosmetology
for .
patching repairs FOR SALE 724WHOLESALE 241 SW Garden St, Swedish Roller
Coll license. Call Barbaro 473-3670 for In
135 W. St. 9646305. RENT/LEASE PRICES-only two left Massage Machine, sewing and craft
COpy MACHINES Canon-for rent or terview. 1 Itpd 7/24 19I2-B3 Chevy Chevettes. AC radio. Items, lighting fixtures, hardware and
sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon THREE BEDROOM 2 Bo., with central air NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson YARD AND BUILDING maintenance $1400-200or best offer 473-7644.Itpd household Items. Itchg 7/24
home or office copier $999; Canon office and heat. Approx. 2,000 sq. ft. Call Streets: 2 story masonry building. work. Approximately 5 hours per day. 7/24
copier $1399. Rent to own for as 96".6201.7/17 4tpd 8/7 Clyde W. Simpson 356-6849. 4/10TF Year round. Call 473-4165 after 5 p.m.
little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP TWO BEDROOM furnished house on corner 3 RETAIL STORES for lease Highway 301 Itpd 7/24
110 W. Call St., Stark 9643764.2/21 lot, newly renovated. $26,000. South. 473-3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF Roberts Real Estate
tfn small down payment and owner will NOTICE
ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 p.r month. finance. Ph. 9645970. 6/26 TFNchg LOST/FOUND 986 N. Temple Ave. Stark., FL
Nou&wn payment. Call 964J6946.Mfn: THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME CH/A 2 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
200 AMP SERVICE POLE six burner wood Bo., LR/DR fireplace, breakfast room to the Lake Region Monitor office 964.6262
cook ttove. Dodg. 318 engine. 8ftcro..ti. game room. 560 Glendol St., PRESCRIPTION EYE GLASSES.Call Bradford In writing and paid In advance

... Billy Coof roping .addl. 964.5468.3/13 TF Video. 964.6308,1/17 2tchg 7/24. unless credit Is already established COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,
Young chickens and fill dirt. Hampton. LOG HOMES. Over 40 rustic models to .
468.1455.7/24 Itpd choose from. Send for FREE '***********.*******: with this office.MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 50000. Call Todayl!

RIDING LAWNMOWER. Bhp, "Murray". BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES < (* BUSINESS RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only
Also camper for LWB truck Route One, Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee : CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 75000. Owner terms possible
"Dr.om.r". Both In good condition 38585. ((800)) 2313695. fcan 86.211 OPPORTUNITY THE TELEPHONE.
1 bath central heat & air.
CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms ,
mok. offer. 964.8729.7/24 Itpd FOR SALE OR TRADE Beautiful Br, 2Bo : Classified' deadline Is Tuesday noon
SUMMER "HOT" SALE Flashing arrow 2-car garoge with pool In NW prior to Thursday publication. Reduced to 35000.
signs $2691 Lighted non-orrow $2591 Gainesville Many extras, save FASHION STOP is *' Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly

Nonllght.d $2291 Fr. letters! Full factory thousands. Owner financing possible, : developing a mv then 15 cents for each word thereafter. growing area of Cloy county. Priced to sell at less that $1200
warranty. Only f.w left. See local owner needs prop.rty or land In Lake
ly. 1 ((800)) 423.0163, anytime, icon Butler Starke, Macclenny area : shopping plaza adjacent per acre! I.
86-221 371.1128.7/2.. 4tpd 8/14 eDAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.
their store
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TAKEOVER S ACRES. Owner selling HOME FOR SALE ON BESSENT ROAD. eSAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000.
wood.d property near river. NO Miami stone construction wood panelIng Hwy. 301 (across from -
B BERRIES .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath
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DOWN. $49 monthly 19046413007.FOR 3 Br., 3 Bo., with patio fireplace,
SALE: Store bought furniture lor and garage. Situated on 5 acres land high school) + U-Pick or We Pick on order frame with out-buildings, CH/A
sal. at Olin. Horn Center located on amidst about 35 pecan trees. Owner ONLY TWO J .10 ACRES Pecan grove no Improvements.

furniture.Highway 100 6/13 West.tfnchg This Is not trall.r anxious Iptd to sell. Call 9645240. 7/24 1 RETAIL OR OFFICE J Open 8.6 Mon-Sat i FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus no improvements 640 ft.
2:306:30 Sunday
INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS ; SPACES are left frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well,

custom made 8 Installed. Hornet West of pump septic tank.COMPLETE .
Beautiful of N. Fla., 964.6766.51TFFILL NOW HIRING Available for oc- Longnecker 4 mile
DIRT FOR 9049645606.. Ask for SEWING MACHINE by Mid-June! J Melrote or 2 miles East of COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
Mork.73 TFNCHG cupancy Orange Heights 1.7 mile North George W, Roberts, Jr. Broker
RCA 25" COLOR TV walnut cabinet OPERATORS Don't miss out on this J (Co. Road 1469)) 964.6058 Evenings

looks like new take ov.r payments. Experience helpful, qualified' great location Signs Terry A. Gaines, CSM Salesman/Appraiser
Bal $333 or $25 p.r month Fr. start out well abov' Day Hour 468-2483 I I I
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delivery. Call local -800-826-5643 ext. J CALL 904-381-0603 964. 181 Evenings
minimum Only rious' Afternoon 475-1 151 or 473-2702
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I II'" ("UNI Page.! !llltii A single by Crawlord led to Mill's but LBII held them there until the ahead by 12 runs anytime after the Fernanda's had defeated LBH in although they missed the victory by

Ili'-n i I mill" licldci, Ciiiwlortl ciuj; >bl a seventh and final run In the sixth inning fourth while scoring 3 themselveswith fifth inning and the opposing team sub-districts! by scores of 21-7 and one run LBH still qualified for /stateas I
\ liiill tor nunihci, three to end the when singles by Barnett and 2 in the second and 1 in the third has batted in that inning, the game is 32. Fernando s placed second In first runner up.
-c'und Inning at score of :1-0.: Kslord sent hime home. to leave the game tied at 33. given to the leading team sub-districts and LBH placed third, A homerun for Coastal in the first :
Kin. Hock inuiiiiKMl to hollll.BII! Three fly balls ended Kla. Hock's The Rattlers eased out ahead of Although LBH's offense was work- so LBH was ready for them this ir lIng: led to the team posting 3 runs "
scoreless in the third, hut although hopes In the sixth as second LBH in the fourth with two more ing well, the defense! was having time. and an additional 1 run in the second "'Jl

they did net more than three hattersup ) baseman Whitehead, left fielder runs while holding LBH scoreless to some trouble against! the strong hit- LBH opened !scoring in the first inning while holding LBH scoreless!
to the plate, they just couldn't(ill- Dillow and right center Sams! caught make it 53. ting of the Coastal team. A point in with 2 runs and Kernando's tied Coastal added one more in the I)
set the Mill lead and the score remained three lly balls. LBH posted 3 runs in the fifth to go LBH's favor was that when the two the score at the bottom of the second thiM, while I.BH answered with 3 It
i I :a-o 1 at the end of the third. "'In, Hock saw their hopes up by one at 6-5 and the Rattlers held teams met again in the play-offs for with 2.2.LBII 101)501 Us own to make the score 5-3 :
hell cooler Kish, right center evaporate as they I ( threw on a last. them there until a homerun in the the district championship, Coastal decided that 2 was plenty for with Coastal up by 2 runs! J
\ tiaras and right fielder Crawford all ditch eHortln the top of the seventh sixth tied the score at 66. only managed a one-run victory. their old nemisis and held them
caught lly balls for the outs in I ho and were only able to scrape The two teams played some of the In the first game, Coastal posted 2 scoreless throughout the rest of the' The fourth inning saw LBH turn it
third. together two runs while left fielder toughest defense! anywhere for the runs in the first and a big 7 runs in game. around as they posted 3 runs while
The fourth inning !saw Mil! up Dillow and right fielder Crawford next three innings with neither team the second to take a 9-run lead. LBH posted 1 run each in the holding Coastal scoreless! to take a
their lead to 5-0 as! Kish !singled and caught two fly balls and short stop able to get a clear advantage. LBH scored 3 In the third, but fourth and fifth and 3 runs in the 1-run lead at 65.
was picked off by a fielder's choice Kslord !sent a ball to Osborn on first In the top of the tenth inning, the Coastal answered with another big sixth to bring the final score to 82. The pendulum swung back the
'I on Itaulerson's! !single. KaukTson advanced for the final out with the score stan LBII defense! was fighting hard attack and posted 7 in the third to Barnett led scoring for LBH with 3 other way as Coastal put up 3 runs in

to !seconon a single by ding al 8.2.Crawford. against a strong Rattler offense and make the score 162. runs, and had the best batting for the the fifth Inning while LBH only
Crawford and then went home on a went 3-3 with 2 runs, left fielder Dillow caught one fly ball LBH posted 1 run in the fourth and game by going 34. posted 1, to put Coastal In the lead by
a. single by Dillow. Barnett sent Kish! and Barnett both went 2-3 with and Kish caught another at left shut out Coastal completely. The remainder Dillow\ Sams, Raulerson, Osborn 1 run at 8-7. 'j
Crawford home with a similar per- Barnett posting! 1 run, Dillow was center for two outs. Short stop of the game was played on and Crawford all added 1 run each to
fo'mance. 2-4, Haulcrson! was 1.3 with 2 runs, Esford and second baseman a fairly even keel as LBH posted 4 the team effort.Raulerson LBH really came alive in the sixth
!, : Mill continued to shut out Fla. Clark was 1.3 with 1 run, Osborn and Whitehead cooperated on the out runs in the fifth and 3 runs in the went 2-3; Esford was inning, as some impressive hitting
Hock in their half of the fourth. Se- Sams were both 1.3, Esford was 1.4 that made LBH's day as Esford sixth, while Coastal posted 2 in the 2-4 with one double; Clark, Sams, sent five runners over the plate
cond baseman! Whitehead! picked up with 1 run, Whitehead was 14. picked up a ground ball and sent it to fifth and 4 in the sixth. Osborn and Crawford all went 1-3; while Coastal only answered with 1,
a ground ball and tossed it to shortstop Kslord led defense with 7 plays Whitehead to tag the Rattler runner LBH simply ran out of time and Dillow\ and Whitehead were both 14. to fall behind LBH by 3 runs at 129.
1, Ksford! for the first out, and left resulting in outs Osborn! had 6 out on second to leave the score 6-6 was unable to offset the awesome Second baseman Whithead led LBH added one more in the
,'. fielder Dillow and right l fielder Crawford had 4, Dillow, Whiteheadand at the top of the tenth. early lead by Coastal. defense with 9 plays resulting in seventh, but Coastal added five of its
I Crawford both caught fly balls for Sams all had 3, Kish had, 1. looked like the game might go Dillow, Whitehead, Kish and outs. first baseman Crawford had 6, own to take the lead by a narrow
the next two. on forever as LBH's offense! met an Raulerson all went 3-4; Osborn and short stop Esford and right center 1-run margin at 1413.
LBH added another run in the fifth LBH 7, Rattlers 6 equally tough Rattler defense! at the Hodges both went 2-3; Barnett and Sams both had 4 each Kish had 3,

when Clark singled and went homeon LBII team posted their second win bottom of the tenth. Whitehead flew Clark both went 2-4; and Crawford Dillow had 2,Barnett and Raulersonhad Barnett led scoring against

singles by Sams and Kish. to continue in the winner's'bracket out to left center and Clark flew out went 1.3.Dillow. 1 each. Coastal with 3 runs. Sams, Clark and
.; I Second baseman Whitehead picked by defeating the Rattlers 7-6 in 10 In- to left field for two outs in the top of Barnett, Hodges and Crawford posted 2 each; Dillow, I
: up a ground ball and tossed! it to nings in what proved to be the best the tenth and it looked like the teams Whitehead all posted 2 runs each. Coastal 14, LBH 13 Kish, Raulerson, and Osborn each

I first baseman Osborn for the first cliff-hanger of the tournament. would be going on to 11. Kish and Raulerson both posted 1 LBH did much better in the second posted 1.Sams .

,, out. Osborn snagged a second one Barnett and Sams each posted two However, Sams saved the day by each. game against Coastal Fence, and went 5-5; while Raulerson,
I tossed to him by short stop Esford runs for the game and Esford, Kish whacking out a single that put him Sams led defense with 6 plays Esford and Barnett each went 3-5;
i for the second and left fielder Dillow and Crawford all posted 1 each. on base, while singles by Kish and which resulted in outs, Kish had 5, Osborn and Crawford were 2.4;
t ; caught a fly ball for the third and The Rattlers jumped out to an ear Raulerson sent him home to sew the Osborn had 4, Raulerson had 3 Dillow Clark and Kish were all 2-5,
,' I i ii" the score stood at 6-0 in the' filth ly lead with 3 runs in the first inning, game up for LBH at 7-6. Dillow had 2 and Whitehead and Barnett hit two doubles, Esford
I Osborn was 3-3, Barnett was 4-5, Crawford each had 1. 1 and Sams each had one. .
,. Esford, Sams and Kish were all 3-5, One thing that really hurt LBH in tyt
i Raulerson was 1.3, and Whiteheadwas this game was the injury of short Coastal
Dillow led defense against
i AIRLINE/TRAVEL SCHOOL 14. Kish had one double. stop Esford in the second inning. He
from his left fielder's position, com-
--------1 Dillow and Crawford led defense was unable to compete in the rest of 7 which resulted in
,1i I with 7 plays each resulting in outs, the game, but recovered to play outs.pleting Osborn plays and Crawford each had

t-; I II Esford had 6, Kish and Osborn had 5 through tae rest of the tournament. 4, Barnett and Esford each had 3,
c two wind turbine. I, each, Whitehead had 3, Raulersonhad The absence of one of LBH's pivotal Whitehead Sams Kish and Raulerson -
LAWTEV AREA Gorgeous 3 Br.2 Ba. 2, and Sams had 1. points on defense threw the whole all had,2. ,
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brick veneer, over' 2,000, sq ft.. In- I team off balance.
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i :r : ""'.""'- Coastal, LBH 10
decor that Onward.
terloi mutt be seen and ..
Fernando's
LBH 8 2
'I" much much more LBH's first and biggest loss of the ,
! CENTER ST.i Excellent buy on (hit I IBr. TRAVEL AGENT day came in their third game when LBH had an opportunity to sit out ., LBH will travel to Niceville in Fl.the,
8.10 to compete
1 Ba. $25,000.HISTORICAL they faced Coastal Fence. An early of play for two hours before facingan on August do
well
state tournament. If they
"I PROVIDENCE 135 acre, TOUR GUIDE scoring attack by Coastal left LBH old nemisis, Fernando's TV. The
in
farm, with lovely large brick home AIRLINE RESERVATIONISTS trailing and they just couldn't build layover gave Esford a chance to get there, they and may then go on to to nationals regionals in

with all oinmenltiei Ige. pecan ITIIT LOCALLY flU TMMITTMCntm up enough steam to pass them. back on his feet and he took over Ohio.Georgia
trees has 4 MH rentals 2 stocked u UK utME:cwnitnMM The game ended in 6 innings due to again at his customary position of
fish ponds, near 1.75 & 441. SISSY i toman numcnUNCIUUHUUlU the 12-run rule. If either team is short stop. I
NORTHWOOO S/D Family living at ISYrpYn+ 1 1ti
Is best, nlre neighbor, close to /JMPUCCMEIITUaSTMCENAT'l. .. I -l ei
town Don't 'miss this 3 Br. 2 Bo. .HDQRTHl: LIGHTHOUSE I PT..FL .
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CH A, r'b. priced low to mid 50s. FREE TOYS

i -CR 2251 Close to Prison. 2 homes to A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL Dug Out! .'.. ( Er'
choose from. 3 Br. 1 Bo. or 2 Br. I Bo. 1-800-432-3004
Both come, with CH A. tCarldH.d N.rtbl/NHSQ FROMDISCOVERY LBH's Jerry Whitehead snaggedthis { tli'-

GRAHAM RANCHER: Over 1800 sq ball in left field for sub-
ft of formal country living wll all ammenlties. --- districts while left center Paul
TOYS Kish comes in on the back-up. An infant hawKte called an"eyas' .
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WALNUT ST.- 4 plea plus 2 Br. 1 Ba. *policies for NOTICE
MH. 78,210101 with parking gaiage. mobile homes.
J J. Home To Earn Free
EDWARDS ROAD DUPLEX 8 Br. 3 Ba. Call for Quote Toys. County ADVERTISING should be submitted .
plus 3 Br. 1 Ba. frame Shopping close CLASSIFIED
; by Olin's Mobile Call For InformationChristie to the Union County Times office
In writing and paid In advance
MATIIEVVS/ REALTY Home Sales Torode Ads unless credit Is already established
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THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Starke, FL 32091 Elaine M. Olin, Agent 533-2505 HOMES RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

REALTOR 964-446!) I 9645606JANES. ran+rxe CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
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4:30
496-2321. 8 A.M. to
I 964.7700 P.M.--Mon.-Frl. or 496-3353 after 5:30

393 N. Temple Ave. S P.M.. weeknights and Week.nds.7/24 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO
Vernle P. Od>,m Br..>.ker-GRI 1 Itfr. PERTY? If I don't hove It, I'll find It- Just
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
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USHERYour 49 .2126 or 496-2903 eves "YOUR
COtONIAL HOME: 2 .dSO "
UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tfn
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Union County Realtor co COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
496.2126 or 496.2903 w ov.Included. .
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360 W. Main St., Lake Butler Priced <', sell. s RENT/LEASE FOR SALE
COMPACT 3 Br, 1 Ba ,me, very
FOR SALEWORTHINCTON motivated sellers, as CH.'A. PRICE Parts Repairs OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Zenith 25" Console Color TV In beautiful
SPRINGS AREA REDUCED CALL FOR DETAILS! Located In Union County Times walnut cabinet, was 74995. Now
Country hom.s with one or more acres 'NEED A LOT?-We ave several, one Discount Price for building. Call for Information, need someone to take over paymentsof

wit' 476' fronting 301 S oc. Als?, Tires & Batteries 4962261. tfn. $23.18 per month or pay small
-3 BEDROOM 2 BATH, CB home barn, pool, with 2 acres 6 acres-or 14 1/2 -4 ac, L..ts balance of $328.60. Call 4962282. 7/24
acres. Also spring led fish pond available Extras Include stone fireplace, INSURANCEMAINES 4tchg. 8/14
CH/A carpet, dishwasher, stove ref. drapes. Owner offori some financing
Ready for immediate,
occupancy.
INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. HELP WANTEDFull
-3 BEDROOM 1'/. BATH home" and 1 acre in country setting with large oak
DIRT Street Lake Butler, 4963978.
Main ,
trees and large barn. Present VA mortgage Is assumable with proper 3 Retail Spaces Insurance Service.. 2tfree
Complete
down payment. Available VA or Nan VA applicant. Time Maintenance Man Must have
'3 BEDROOM, "'I. BATH home CH/A, stove, ref dishwasher, F-PI (buck TOP SOIL IIQ For Lease 4/10 17 then IfnCARSTRUCKS trim, carpentry and some electrical experience. -

stove), carpet, home looks brand new. Also extra large work shop that is General maintenance from
enclosed and has approx. 1600 Iq. ft., with sliding. garage door. Ideal for lawn work to painting. Apply in per.
work ,1,000,1,250& 2,750 sq. ft. son, 8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through
boat auto body or possible cabinet shop or home business venture. DRAIN FILLROCK
Saturday Pines Mobile Home Park,
Ready for Immediate 1974 Toyota Pick-up Needs some engine
Butler References
occupancy.LAKE SRI21, lake required
BUTLER work and brakes. New battery. $300
.*. ANTIQUE LOVERS DELIGHT* One of a kind 2 story home built opprox. Hwy 301 s. as Is or best offer, Call 4962776. Itchg. Ifnchg.Chain ,. hard workers only. 6/5

1896. Has 1 ocr. and lots of trees and shrubs. Excellent location 2 blocks 7/24 saw, lawn mower and small

from Main Street Owner will help in some financing. 468-1455 9648848FOR engine mechanic. Only experiencedneed
ACREAGE FOR RENT apply. Call 496-2534, 8 am.5
-3 ACRES-paved rood pine trees, s.v.rollo.g.oaks and old tobacco barn. CALL p.m. R & J Saw Shop. Worthington Spr
ANYTIME tI"
Owner moved out of area has: assumable mortgage ings. 7/17/tfn
MACHINESFOR
ADDING
-4 ACRES-wooded has septic well and power pole. Ready for service. ---- TYPEWRITERS AND 150 Live-in housekeeper. Unencumbered
RENT Union CountyTlmes
Owner transferred, financing available with assumable mortgage.S salary free room and board. Call
Phone
Main Street, Lake Butler.
ACRES-fronts paved road and also graded rood. Has small creek thru SALE 496-2261 for Information. tfn 4963700. 7/17 Itcl.g.
woods and Assumable with down Insurance Sales Agent Needed Life
property pasture. mortgage proper pay OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
ment. 3 minutes from town. Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work located In Union County Times Building agent with 218 license or 218 and 420
CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER COUNTRY at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261 for property and casualty license. Neededfor
PROPERTIES UNION COUNTY. Backhoe Bulldozer more Information tin expanding company and agency.
bedroom, two bath Guarantee salary plus commissions.
Mobile Home-nree
712mN 964-6182 964-5823 send to P.O. Box 446
JANE S. USHER Realtor Call 3963024. Please resume :
on private property. Lake Butler' Fl. 32054. 7/17 Stchg. 7/31
1Ich9.7/17
496-2903 Two mobile homes One 10'xSO', one
496-2126 or Eves.
OUT OF STATE PROPERTYNorth
Tim's Call
Custom Cabinets 12'x70' Quiet country living.
"Your Union County REALTOR". r 496-2600 7/24 tfn
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New Construction *Remodeling "-' : three bedroom, one bath furnished Carolina Mountain

Cabinet *TIU Ceilings house. Central teat and air. South el One acre located In the mountains, good
i lake butler for $300 a month, plus access large trees covers this tract.
Free Estimates deposit. Land also available. Call Owner needs to sell $6500. Pay$1,OOO
Call Tim Thompson 1-262-1791 or 1.372.19537124 6tpd21 down, assume loan.

964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TF Chalet, three bedrooms, 2 baths, 2
CarpetCleaning Scotchgard PERSONAL SERVICES levels, 1 mile from town, lovely setting
I (Any -- -- --:: -::.
-- deck
$1495 isAvailable -- = ::;:: large overlooking mountains -
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t Room excellent location. Built-In

& Hall) Hwy 301 South $an-HOusese Beginning Mallard. piano Call 4962253.lessons offered after by 5 Hilda P.M. cabinets Pay $5,000, very down private assume all loan.for 55000.

Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. 7/24 1 Itchg. Two acres short distance from Murphy,
EDM I No Down Payment good garden spot, ready to build on.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED: MOBILE HOMES Owner sold sell. $9800. Pay $1.800
down, assume loan.
We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean- Many Sizes and Styles These sire a few of over 2,000 listings.We .
mobile homes, fair to
three
sale
For
ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality good condition. 2-two bedroom and have all types of property from
and We have small
work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment.NuMili'inyiOiilTfiJl 964-8848 I-four bedroom 1 1/2 both $2,400 $700 tracts.per We acre also have up. several cabins,

-rniurl'ilucnhi'' t "llI1t : .. .- I'mAtlvkv 1 : each while they last! Call 4962366. houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today

-Call :- Call; Evenings 6/19 chg/lfn Purchase mobile homelike faro free listing brochure. You can
Hoomsovor 964-4997 Member Why pay r.nl' a call free by dialing 18004387421.( )

250 iq. II. Check Yellow Pages In local phone boo't Starti Bradford 964-4073 41336270. rent payments.Sid's Owner Mobile financed.Home Write or call today. 6/12 Bipd- 7/31
rharpe 945 N.W.3rd Street.
HIM I All Work Guaranteed Chamber of Commerce Cherokee land Co.
r of.r Paik. 7/24 tfn Murphy, N.C. 21906w





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