Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 11, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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JUL 15. 985 Bradford Cn OF FLA. HISTORYOutside.

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the SW vary from 90-M, lows from 7075. Winds wail be from I .. :. ; 1,1 I OO t0P

thunderstorm.around' 10 "* *' and gusting if the- arwets- .a MOTION BI ia r.M ', ': .'Ii.' #:}\"

Lawtey the GIor..th.M:,.;...',:... '.',. ;. .11 } cjJ'.P 1, .
rain measure was wettest Place in the county with 3.5 inches 01 Cro.," Iou..."....; ..;,;.......o.4.",' C 'i'i i
July H at the .1,0 \
Highland lire tower. New River 301 News Irl.fa.,1 1 ", .
south, and Starke I "
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average rainfall for July is 7.99 inches. Waist A*.......S-tS Swee ) 'Go
inches 3O-year 01 average rainfall January.June is 31.85: inches. Some 18.5 n..eh. ........ ......" ..,... ,. loa The \ \ '\.\.. ..,,5 This Side of Heaven
rain has
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?Worl noting Teachers Get :


Final Vote Set

Project.On Downtown.. 7.3 Pay Hike.

-A final, deciding vote on ,
whether or r.of t: prwweeti wiui" uie
downtown renovation project is set

. for the property owners involved
i tonight (Thursday, July 11) at 7
j I p.m. in the Woman's Club. Talks Smooth
. The Downtown Progress Committee ---r r 7 dv
: reviewed the final plan Monday 1 ""_: '"" : i
afternoon. As requested at the last 1 a i3aa3'L.J Civil

meeting, the plan was altered to include

more parking spaces, 1J+ r An average teacher pay raise of earn at the top of the salary
resulting in 213 proposed spaces 7.3 percent was agreed upon as schedule.
compared to 179 at present, or an negotlatons concluded Tuesday, July Other changes in the salary
,I. increase of 34 spaces.It 9. between the school board schedule include Increases in the
I is proposed that the property bargaining team and teacher union bonuses for teachers with post
; owners involved pay for the team. graduate degrees. A teacher with a

, downtown renovation project in a The .agreement is tentative, and masters degree will receive an addi-
I r 30-year bond issue that would raise won't be final until ratified by the tional $1.500 annually, up from

; $500,000. school board and the teacher union, $1,150.
the Bradford Education Association.
Upcoming... The bargainers agreed on salary Of the$850,000 in new money com-

J' The Board of Governors of the for the next two years. A 6.5 percent ing into the school system from the
state $600,000 is going into salary
raise is proposed for 86-87.
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce
and fringe benefits for teachers,
. will meet at 12:30 p.m. today non-instructional employees' and

. (Thursday, July 11) in the Under the agreement reached administrators according to Supt.

.: Walnut Chamber office at Madison and Just Doing Her Job... Tuesday, beginning teacher pay will Duncan. In addition I property Insurance -
go up $500 from $14,100 to $14,600.An costs have gone up$108,000,
: The Bradford School Board will The newest patrolman on the Starke police force is a working a Monday morning wreck at the intersection experienced teacher earning and health insurance benefits are up
: meet Monday, 15, at 7 in lady. Ms. Kathy Best. Call
, July p.m. .of US-3o1 and Street.s $18,000 per year will get a $1,260 pay $45,000."It: .
regular session. The board went Above Patrolman or Patrolmanwoman Beat is raise at 7.3 percent.A .
:, through a 4-hour work session on is pretty much the maximum I
the proposed budget and the proposed big move was the compressionof feel we can put into salary," says
building projects this past the salary schedule so teachers Supt. Duncan. The new dollars are
. Monday night. Supt. Jim Duncan is Blazing the Way receive maximum pay, $22,500 in 15 being eaten up and money will not
:. expected to present a tentative .. years, rather than 22 years as was be available for a lot of extras this
budget to the board this Monday the case until this contract was year, the superintendent said.
night. negoatiated. There is a committ
at which the board will go into ses- It Beats Behind Desk New ment to compress the salary even Julie Miller, former BEA presi
sion for several iems. a Says Lady Cop more next year, says Supt.! Jim Dun- dent and chief spokesperson for the
The first budget workshop of the teacher bargaining unit said the
summer is set Monday night, July Kathy Best has always wanted to be a police woman. tions and as a police officer.He moved to Florida,went can.The negotiating sessions, which began in
15, at 8 p.m. by the Bradford Coun- And since July 1 the diminutive young lady has beena to work for the Florida DOC, and went through the 430 salary compression will bump May, were the shortest and most
ty Commission. The board will patrolman with the City of Starke Police Depart- hours of police standards training at Lake City Com teachers with 15 to 22 years of ex- pleasant in years thanks to a "dif
begin by hearing budget requests ment. munity College. He is a former member of the perience all the way to the top of the ferent attitude on the part of the ad.
from all departments.The Her first arrest came last Friday, July 5. She was Blackshear. GA police Dept. salary schedule, meaning much ministration." She credited newly

Starke Commission meetsin initiated her finished but it was the first timeshe'd Hinds is married to the former Brenda Yarboroughwho more than a 7.3 percent increase in elected Supt. Jim Duncan with the
regular session Tuesday, July 16, and an arrest on her own. The works at Cedar River Seafood Restaurant. moat cases. A teacher with 15 years improvement and referred to the
at 7:30 p.m. man was found asleep in Lakewood Subdivision In west : experience last year earned $19,351 "professional expertise" of the :

e' '\ The Brooker Commission will,, Starke off SR-100, and Investigated found he had "Everybody always asks me that" said Kathy Best and will earn $22,500 a 16 percent school board negotiator, Dr. Jim

;.:.;.., .. meet Tuesday July 15, to discuss 'escaped 10 months earlier from an Indiana prison. *. when questioned; about why I she wants to.be,, a' jump, this year and will continue to Longsteth of Alachua County.
., : 4 .. Ma.BelSt.21.clll4 19lgraduate of Bradford High ,
- the salary ofthe-nsw town marsshat. *. a 'p !ic wow an-fT\ahyai < way9nt'Wanted- ba '' u -
School, is one of three new Stark: police officers. r? '".' policewoman-1 bur her husband wouldn't'hear''of It.' ti f 9
.. Qualifying for elections in Though she is the second woman to serve on the Starke When she divorced, Kathy had her chance.
- Police Department, Ms. Best doesn't feel she is,a
Starke and Hampton opens at noon trendsetter.The She returned to Starke, her home of nine years and '

,- July 15 and runs through noon Friday men have all treated her more less like one of where she'd graduated from high school, enrolled

July 19.Fuqua's. the guys, says Ms. Best. "Chief (Jimmy) Bowen has fulltlme in the police standards training finished in 2V4
been really good to me. He tells me not to worry that I months; ahead of another woman who is taking the

Ears... do the job. training at night. ,
Mike Kennon a representative of 'He and (Investigator) Ricky (Bennett) both give' With"the joS openings in the Starke PD at the time,

U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altna will me a lot of confidence. Kathy got her job. :
be in the area Wednesday, July 17 "The Department is super. They don't baby sit, not The SPD is still short one patrolman, but is talking to cJr4r
'." : that I'd let them. They. treat me more or less like one of a prospect''It

i atStarke, courthouse, 9:30-10:30: : the guys." sitting behind a desk. I can tell you that," ?
Also new to the Police Department, which lost three Ms. Best. I
says L
a.m.Keystone Heights, post office, patrolman and a dispatcher over the past month, are The 13-man SPD, one short at the moment, is headed .1;
1-1:30p.m. patrolmen Richard Split, 28. and Kenneth Hinds. 35. by Chief Jimmy Bowen, a 14-year veteran who must

Hampton, post office, 2:15: to run for re-election this September.
"So far three have for
: .m."There these all done a good job us, Assistant Chief is Harold Crews,a 20-year veteran of
says Lt. Bennett, the investigator.
are so many important SPD.
matters before the 99th Congress Capt. Scotty Rhoden is nearing 20 years in ex-
which will directly affect the Se- Splitt,a native of North Hampton,PA, has lived here perience with the department.

cond District, that I am unable to for the past IVi years. A former truck driver, Splitt Patrolmen are; Sgt. E.W.Wayne) Wilkinson, 5V4
travel the District as often as I came to Florida in Dec. 1983 from Alabama. He got a years experience; Lt. Ricky Bennett, 10 years ex-
job at Florida State Prison and enrolled in the Police Paul Rhoden 2 i
would like. Mr. Kennon serves as perience; Sgt. Greg Nichols, 2V4 years; + r f
my "ears" within the District so Standards Academy through Santa Fe Community College years; William C. Reno one year, and Michael Paris r

that people can receive assistanceas and served Starke 8S an auxiliary policeman. %-year,plus the three new patrolman, Best,Splitt,and
quickly as possible," Rep. Fuqua Splitt graduated from the Police Standard Academywith Hinds. .
says.QB a 98 average and academic honors. Starke patrolman work two 12-hour days on and two
Splitt is married,to the former Marie Morrell of New days off.

Club to Meet... Jersey. Split has a son, Richard Splitt HI,10, and a The dispatchers are Lynn Ormond, 24 years with the Friendly Persuasion...
step-daughter, Mary Sladek, 17.So Maurice Williams 13 years; Jessie
The Bradford High QuarterbackClub far, police work has been what Splitt expected. "I O'ConneU, ;Just- over a year; Nanci Benckowsky, Julie Miller, left, says the negotiations with school board bargainer Dr.
will meet next Thursday, July plan to stay here in Starke a long time," he says. almost a year, and Larry Bruner, who started June 10 Jim Longsteth went smoothly with newly elected Supt. Jim Duncan
11, at 7:30 p.m. in the BHS Field Hinds worked for the Georgia Department of Correc- with SPD. center, in the driver's seat.

Players and cheerleaders are
urged to attend. !"We also would
like to invite interested in

the tend.upcoming BHS We football need year anyone your"program says. President to at- New School Board Member Wants Legal Fee Liipit.. I

Dale Brown.
plaining the :board's payments to attorney four years resulting from grading cnn} ng
at the board."We've .
Newly appointed member Len Schlofman request of the
Boys and Girls:..! has called attention to the legal fees paid by had a lot of legal problems," School Brown over the past 13 months. incident to get a star football'player into col

the Bradford School Board, and urged that a Board Chairperson Patricia Spengler told Hall pointed out that legal.work in firing lege.
The Summper Program at the Brown said the board will find the $440 for
close to
be placed on them in the future. Schlofman. Betty Stevens Hutson came to$12,675
Bradford County Public Library is cap half of the$27,000.Hall also pointed out that in the bus transfer to the county credited on his
its end. So if missed June bill. He said his office two different
nearing you've didn't the school board got
The school had two old buses it need, Veteran board member Rodney Hall said"Let's pursuing the Hutson case
out, come on out for what is left. stories from two state agencies, and had to
the board them to the we're talking about, went against Brown's advice and
so gave county rescue talk about what attorney
16 the 3-5 considerable time in to
Tuesday, July year service. But legal fees for the transaction and handed Schlofman a two-page sheet ex- made the decision to further pursue the case, spend finding a way
olds will near the of Rumplesand the buses to the county.
story make totaled$440, and that brought a question from which is still on appeal to the First District give
the Bugs, and their own Tallahassee. At the Time determines the cost, attorney Brown
Schlofman.He Court of Appeals in appeal -
bookmarks. Mrs. Hutson is being said. For the past three years he's worked forth
18 the however school board for $50 hour Brown said.
library ,
Thursday, July from FEA- per
the charged by an attorney
will end its summer witha Investigated professional Clay Putnam represented Brown said he'd have no trouble with giving
program and the school
the teacher union
by the school board architect, attorney,, United,
for all the board work
watermelon the school a ballpark figure to on
the Florida at-
and certified public accountant. The in- board is being represented by
the fees. be the
children who participated in in estimating legal "That may
Schlofman said showed the office since Mrs. Hutson wasa
vestigation, torney general's "
summer program, ages 312. Both Bradford school board is paying higher legalfees' Legal Fees. state employee. That avoids additional cost way to go, said Brown.
will begin at 10 a.m. OK thank Terry. We'll bring that
programs Brown you up
than the neighboring counties of Clay' to the school district, attorney points "
Come join your friends where the Nassau and Union. A check with the Finance Dept.of the out. again, sometime..., said Chairwoman
action is, urges Librarian Arnold Clay County School Board by The Patricia Spengler. ,.
Weeks. Tiltgraph'.revealed that total school Schlofman said he wasn't worrying about "Maybe Terry will give us a proposal,"said
Legal fees paid the Bradford
by school
board board legal fees in the Clay district for such cases, and reiterated the board needs a board member J.T. Fairish,who said if there
Bloodmobile... were fl,4421n 1982-83, $14,042 in 83-84 fees he's for
and $27,659 in 84-85, Schlofman said. 83-84 were $43.065 Including $22.516 to limit on legal fees. is a way to save money.on legal.
:. NL bloodmobile from the Civitan the regular school board attorney whoIs it.
of $8,700 In I General work,.other than the $27,000 total- Hall suggested the matter be put on the
Regional Blood Center in The Clay school board paid $8ioo'ln; legal paid retainer per year. "
'boardpaid$61.678in legal ed $5,400 for the past 13 months, pointed outHall. agenda, ...in a voting posture.
GaInesville will be at the Chamber fees in 84-85, Nassau $8,750, and Union $4,200 8H5the Clay
"How can we work with an attorney on a
to its regular
office next Thursday, July 18, from Schlofman said. fees, including $10.276 'needs' basis?" asked Parrish. .
and $54,400 to a labor
10 until 11:30 a.m. attorney
relations legal staff which handles such Schlofman pointed out."...it cost the school The law leaves it to the board said Supt.
"How can these counties so much less "
pay Jim Duncan. "It's strictly aboard decision.
and employee hear- board $440 to give away two, old school
than we do? Schlofman asked. cases as truancy buses." Hall said he felt at one time the school

CarVash.... lnf Oalne' .vII Sun,the board did not need an attorney.He used Dept.
Schlofman said he found a maximum limit : gtodinschoolThe of Education attornies Hall said but In
: paid out some Hall replied that sometimes the school recent -
I The Explorer Scouts are sponsoring -, or cap,to fees in the contracts of the architectand Putnam fees in the past year including board could be pound-foolish. years the DOE legal staff has asked that
a car wash this Saturday from accountant, which he termed a good protection 130.000 In about legal$20,000 in the fourth year "Quality is hard two measure," Hall said. he refer questions to the local board attorney.
9 Ul 4 at Torode Shell Station on of public dollars. legal work involving the district'ongoing Attorney Brown pointed out that an additional Hall said he's used the attorney a lot in thepa.t

US-301 south. changing The $3,000 of his$27.000 fee was on the Kite- t two years. "I'm guilty,right or wrong inrunning
Architects work on a percentage basis. grade in Putnam is paid Crawford truancy case in which two families up the bill." A lawyer for the schoolboard
school board attorney
\ The scouts are earning money to Davis' Monk Farnsworth audits the school month to attend teaching their children in their homes. is a protection to the taxpayer HallI
of pr were
... purchase their own personal board s Internal acounts for a set fee. .a retainer $1OOO said. said. -
about four hours of con That case is also on appeal, Brown
response kits for advance first-aid. School Board Attorney Terry Brown 1st paida meetings and Attorney Brown pointed out that Schlofman Brown asked Schlofman If, in his survey,
$600 per month retainer for attending sultation.. obviously omitted Putnam County which has he'd found any lawyer working for less than
r Support the Explorers and get meetings and for telephone conferences when -< faced considerable legal action over the past $50 per hours. No, Schlofman replied
your vehicle cleaned up necessary, plus $50 per hour for all work done' .'




Page 2A TELEGRAPH July 11,1985


. LE Septic Tank System is Most Pressing School Maintenance Problem I

Some, $150,000 Qh':School- """ball';._,repairsLeaks-were identified at the walkway. $25,000 was budgeted for -never finished and has been asking Refurbish ,the old Brooker,Ele. bish the present science labs at BHS-

projects,including five new portable' vo tech center and in the newly installed this. each year. cafeteria for a science laboratoryand and BMS. said is
classrooms and repair items;'were ,,'roof of Phase I of the high! exceptional child facility. But, Supt. Duncan ,
set in motion by Monday night, July school.; They& ontractor will be Five portable classrooms, in. Storage vault at the fish Operations Director Lennard enough money for a good start on a
8, after a marathon work session. ; responsible for.'repairing; the new cluding two at the high school. Supt. $8,000 was budgeted to this Register was instructed to do this new lab if it Is decided to go that
Most pressing item is a leaking;, roofoqweveriv"From )- .& Jim Duncan said space will be at a vault,under construction for several job, estimated at 92,000, from his way.
septic tank at Lawtey Elementary'which 'a list*'of'24 repairneeds, premium at BHS next fall, not years. The state is requiring more buaget.The .
Turned. .
must be repaired before eight jobs, including/ the two above, because of an increase in studentsbut and more record storage,Supt.Dun Tables
school can open this fall. Estimatedto were identified fof Immediate work an increase in the number of programs can said. The vault will also make Turning the tables on the school
cost$12,000 to repair the drain line from the$197,551 the board will have required to be offered by the available needed space in individual administrators, board member
and to install new drainfield beds, available for the coming year. state. The portables are expected to schools. school system will have some Rodney Hall suggested giving each
the job was put at the top of the list. Other projects include. : cost $15,000 each, so $75,00. $370,000 in four areas of school so many dollars per student,
Effluent from the LE spetic tank maintenance funds.In and letting the administrators worry
drainfield is ending up behind the Carpet at Starke Elementary, Folding classroom dividers for addition to the'$197,000, some about what to fix.
station next to the school. -Repair of rotting walkwa '..The where 21 rooms remain to be done Hampton Elementary, an estimated $130,000 is budgeted for new science So, it was tentatively agreed to
jas; main job here is at Starke Elementary The contractor disappeared several $7,500 item.The current ones,an old laboratory facilities at Bradford work toward budgeting a base of
Roof leaks were made the second where air-conditioners threatento years ago before finishing all 54 stage-which was a former cafeteria, High School. Thought Monday night. $2,000 per school plus $2.50 per stu
,priority, with a $10,000 price tag for fall through the roof of the classrooms contracted for. SE was are beyond repair. was that will be only enough to n>f".- dent. That will cost some $100,000.


. July 15-19 Is Qualifying Period for 2 City Councilman, Clerk, Police ChiefJuly I

15-19 qualifying dates were previously served on the city com For Apartment Complex... thickness of concrete blocks and Starke. pact fee of $555 per lot or a total of
announced for election of four city mission. The commission also approved a wouldn't burn or be blown over by a $11,655. The city will pay, upon
government posts at the Starke City Qualifying 'as for city commission zoning matter passed by the city high wind. Owner Must Pay receipt of invoices submitted by
Commission meeting July 2. !c few, which equals five percent of zoning and planning board which Commissioner Vernon Silcox For Dog Quarentine... Newman, for the cost of equipment,
Candidate: :: a: I.u pa> me qualify- the annual pay of $4,800, accordingto will allow Developers Ronnie pointed out that the city donated the material and labor for the pavementand
ing fee between noon July 15 and Clerk Neil Tucker. Newman and John Odom III to build land where that building was located In other business, the city passedan the construction of installationof
noon July 19 to run for city clerk: Tucker said the qualifying fee for apartments.The land involves 22.4 and that should give the city an inside ordinance which will require adog's sewer and water lines. However,
police chief or two city commis- clerk is$1,208 and for police chief is acres on the west side of CR-16 West. shot at getting it back rather if owner bites to pay for the quarantine the city shall only pay up to $11,655.
sioner seats. $1,118. The city clerk's salary is than some other governmental agen a pet someone. All costs in excess of$11,655 shall be
The will be isolated
Two councilmen are up for new $24,160. The police chiefs salary is Chief Bowen Eyeing dog kept to paid by Newman.
cy.County make it doesn't have rabies.
two-year terms on the city commission $22,360.. State CD Building... officials have also shown sure The city made the deal on the paving
Group 2 veteran councilman None of the candidates announcedtheir some interest in acquiring the of those streets because the sub-
Charles Schaefer and Group 4 councilman intentions to run but all are expected The commissioners also discussed building because the courthouse has Paving Agreement division was accepted for
Vernon Silcox. City Clerk to do so. seeking use of the Tarkington no more room for the various Reached with Newman... maintenance by the city before the
Neil Tucker and Police Chief Jimmy Building on Edwards Road which is governmental agencies needing The commission also completed a roads were paved. Thus Newman is
Bowen must also run for reelectionin Wood .. being vacated by the state civil space.City. contract with Developer Ronnie under no obligation to pave the
Chipper Brought.
1985. defense. Clerk Neil Tucker was Instructed Newman to pave in front of 21 lots on streets except that the lots will be
Silcox and Schaefer are the In other business, the commission Police Chief Jimmy Bowen said to write to Tallahassee officially Glendale Street which runs all the more saleable on paved streets.
veterans'of the city commission. accepted the lowest of three bids fora the 5,000 square-foot building would requesting the use of the way through the previously platted Newman originally asked the
Silcox has served 14 years Schaefer new wood chipper. Nichols Truck make an excellent police facility.He building when it is abandoned by the Dalewood Subdivision off CR-16 in commission to waive the impact
13. Tucker is completing his second Bodies got the bid for a price of said the present police building state. west Starke. fees. The commission didn't want to
term as clerk. Chief Bowen is com- $11,495. is not brick which makes it susceptible Civil Defense officials will be con Newman said he would be spen- do that because of setting a prece-
pleting his fifth term as police chief. to fire and high winds.The Tark- solidated in Tallahassee from the ding about $40,000 on road paving in dent, and the compromise was
Both Bowen and Tucker have Way Cleared ington Building is made of a double regional offices such as the one in that area. Newman will pay an inboard reached so Newman will get credit

. Early School Budget Proposal Shows Small Tax IncreaseA I


proposed and tentative budgetfor may be slightly more, or if the tax 4.71 required mills. Supt.Duncan en- required before the new bud ef of and all' the cities, today Revenue today, also. DOR has 30
1985-86 will be presented to the roll is more the local required effort courages the school board to levy the some $13 million, can be finally (Thursday, July 11), and; take thetax rolls to approve or reject the tax I
Bradford School Board to begin might be slightly less. $1.319 of discretionary millage.But adopted. roll to the Department of
working on Monday night July 15 In addition for the past four years discouraged the board from
the next regularly scheduledmeeting. the school board has levied an addi- levying, as is allowed, up to 1.5 additional Alvarez Has Roll...
tional 1.2 mills of discretionary mills for fixed capital projects Appraiser Alvarez said the tax roll
It will include a .24 mill tax increase e. This shows the state the such as buildings for buses. came today, and the preliminarynew Attention Senior CitizensWouldn't
mostly imposed by the state. school district is making more than When Appraiser Alvarez submitsthe taxable value is$174,578,130, up
The Bradford district's local required the minimum effort,gets the district 1984 tax roll, the school board about $4.5 million. It Be Great to Hear Well! !
effort (LRE) millage levy is some $258,000 in state funds while has 10 days to adopt a tentative Alvarez was to certify the tax rollsto Again
4.71 mills. That means the school the 1.2 mills has raised $194,000. budget and set a hearing for public local taxing authorities, such as '
board must levy at least 4.71 mills in This year the law changed and the comment. A second public hearing is the county commission and school You Can!
order to participate in the Florida up to 1.319 mills can be raised under
Education Finance Program under the discretionary millage, an in- Debate Brooker Marshal's Salary
which the district receives some $10 crease of .119 mills.ScR on .,
per year. --. In all, the new school budget :' Linda Shipp, Hearing Aid Specialist with Audio
With two members of the BrookerCity .
That 4.71 LRE is baagd: on a Brad contains .356 mills of additional classification.The
Service of Gainesville will be In Starke the
Council absent, the othersdidn't Hearing
lord roll of million located
County tax $1,856 taxes, above last year's 5.67 levy. 50 x 100 foot lot near
a figure sent down from the state This slight increase would cost a tax shal's want salary to by vote themselves on the new, so mar ac- the railroad -is owned by Joyce 2nd Thursday of Every Month giving FREE Hearing
even though Property Appraiser with $50,000 of taxable Castlen.
payer; property '
tion was put off until next Tuesday,
Jimmy Alvarez has yet to submit a and a $25,000 homestead ex- All other business was tabled until Tests.
tax roll due to a computer service July 16. Tuesday.
emption, some $48 per year more in In the only item completed, the
breakdown. .' school taxes, Supt. Duncan explain-
Should the tax roll be less theschool land use plan was amended chang ,
ing one lot fromsingle4 Mmiljf!' 'The special meeting is k,,set for MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
district's,J Jpcaj}'requiredefforjU l"i Tb.,.erej,) no cJjoice"jbut to levy'.;. the residential to, ,mobile) home Tueaday, July 16 at 8 p.m.Rosha's .
L 127 E. Call St. Starke 964.7810

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I ]PCB's, Cancer Causing Agent, Found Near Lawtey Dump by Esau BrightA I

small spill of illegally dumped A 55-gallon drum of what appeared drum thinking it might contain lower. drum Into another drum along with 50-ppm remains at the site. If so,the
hazardous wastes was cleaned-up to be oil was found by Esau hazardous materials. He said that The clean-up was done by O.H. the contaminated water. The soil team will return. and finish the
near the Lawtey dump Wednesday Bright Just off Northeast 19th.Street he and his wife had been made ill Materials, who has the contract for around the spill was then dug-up and cleanup.The .
In an operation paid for by the state close to the Lawtey dumping station several months earlier when the the state emergency response team. put into drums and sealed. Sampleswere cost for the day's work will be
Department of Environmental around the first of June. Bright was Lawtey dump had a fire and the What had to be done was to pump then taken and will be anal paid by DER and is estimated by
Regulation.Out !alarmed by the presence of the smoke blew over his house. any oil that had spilled from the to see if Kramer to be around $2,000. The
County sanitarian Darrel O'Nealwas --- contaminated material will be
contacted and, in turn, called in stored at the county maintenance
the Department of Environmental yard according to O'Neal, becausethe
Regulation to test the drum. It turn- county does not yet have a
ed out to be oil which was con- designated temporary storage site.
taminated with poly-chlortaated While the initial clean-up seems'
biphenyls or PCB's. expensive,the PCB contaminated liquid -
PCB s are a very persistent ,dirt and supplies will still haveto
chemicals which are classed as be disposed of. Since there is no
cancer causing agents. They were authorized disposal operation in the
in years past used extensively as a state, it will have to be sent out of
coolant in electrical transformers.In y Florida for destruction. Incinera-
: the early 1970's PCB's were bann- tion is the preferred method, according -
ed after test linked them to cancer. ? ift1 to Kramer.
.. s4r "It's not an imminent health "Oil is used to disguise many
hazard," said coounty sanitarian I4L2 waste streams," said Kramer.
Darrel O'Neal. "No one is at risk "When we find oil,we routinely run
with this problem." PCB tests." .
The drum was found in a woodedarea 11f fi" "These people don't know how to
in a shallow hole where a truck handle it (PCB's)," said O'Neal. "I
had been apparently backed and the P J: tfir wonder how much more will be
drum pushed off the back. The spread throughout the county."
t, closest residence is approximatley + I; I If suspected incidents of dumping
1,000 feet away. hazardous wastes is observed,
"The impact in my opinion is O'Neal encouraged anyone to con-
minor overall," stated Mitch tact the sheriff's office, the county
Kramer, environmental specialistwith sanitarian or the Department of En-
DER. He explained that the oil vironmental Regulation.PCB .
wouldn't percolate into the soil and contamination has been linked
that it had been mainly contained in % repeatedly in the past with power
I1, a shallow depression. : transformer salvage operations. A
nikl** Kramer indicated that samples small operation had been found in
Just an Old Barrel... taken from the drum showed a PCB A Careful Clean-Up... the Smith Lake area of Clay county

Looking like nothing more than an old barrel thrown out In the woods by percentage Both Florida of 266 and parts the per million.Federal Rick Gilbert mans the business end of a hose used to suck-up PCB con PCB last year contaminated along with oil a quantity on Camp of
someone to lazy to haul It to the dump, this Is not the case.- In reality It Is government set a maximum safe taminated oil and water near Lawtey Tuesday, while Allen Wertenbach Blanding earlier this year. A major
an example of Illegally dumped hazardous chemical waste which will concentration of 50 parts per million holds the other end into a barrel. Both men work for O.H. Materials, an PCB contaminated site is just out
cost the tax payers of the state around 12,000 to clean up. The barrel was for PCB's in Concen- Orlando company which has a state contract to clean-up hazardous side Baldwin where a Jackson-
general use.
discovered In the Lawtey area and found to contain PCB contaminated trations for food items are much material spills In Florida Caution Is the word as the recovery techs work ville company had been salvaging
oil. in what Is termed a class C hazardous material environment.
transformers with the coolant.


Commission Changes Meeting Day; NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

TH: BRADFORDCOUNi The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners -
To Meet Second Monday of Monthsales f TELEGRAPH
will hold their first budget
Published of the blue... Commissioner business on US-301 south. pays the bills Brown said. at 13S W. Call Street workshop on Monday, July 15, 1985, at 8:00
Lawrence Mosley asked if the traditional Mosley asked again. Is the first At that point Vice-Chairman E.L.
first Monday meeting date of Monday meeting date set in stone? (Nook) Norman declared the motion Starke, Florida 32091 p.m. in the County Commission's Room, No.
the Bradford County Commission is Good question, replied Clerk Gib dead for lack of a second."I 129.
set in stone? Brown. second it," rushed in Commis- Second Class postage paid at
Mosley persisted. Why have the sioner Waters,saying he favored the Starke, FloridaSubscription ,
Upshot was, that from now until meetings always been on Monday? change to the second Monday if it
another change is made, the com- So the commission could approvethe helped the clerk's office. Rates: All interested citizens' groups, senior citizens
mission will meet on the second bills for payment, said Commis- Mosley said he preferred the third In-trade area: $10.00 per year and organizations are encouraged to attend
Monday of the month, and action sioner E.W. Hodges. Monday. Waters said he had not $5.50 six months
coming on a motion by Commissioner How many bills do you have in to seconded a motion to meet the third the hearing.Outside .
Mosley, seconded by Com- pay now, Mosley asked the clerk. Monday, pointing out, under ques- area: $11 per year
missioner Wilbur Waters. The motion Not many, Brown replied. tioning by Mosley, he opposed the $6.00 six months
passed 4-0 and in the absence of third Monday because it is too late in : Gilbert I S. Brown
Chairman Maxie (Boss Hog) Carter "I move we change to the second the month. ,
Jr., who has gone home temporarilyto Monday,"Mosley said. Clerk to the BoardTAKE
fetch plaque the Chamber of Silence. Mosley went back to the second
Commerce was present g to the Monday, Waters seconded and the
commission for its help with the "They've got lockjaw," said motion passed 40.
county fair. Mosley, who then quizzed Clerk
about which meeting date he Next meeting of the commission
.. "f2 .' ,u'Mosley : preferred: Browff allowed he dldn'tjcare will be Au utJZy i; a' rntntarrf "'rS{:'I : ,/ COMFORTDOESN'T ,
said' he 'caw live with "'03 whichTiaythe board meets, but'
meeting the first Monday that he the most help to the clerk's office in For a few months a while back,the
when bills would be to have them commission held a second meetingon
knew which day the board met paying
he ran. But, the first two weeks are approved the second Monday. the third Monday night. But lack
the busiest of the month said Waiting until the third Monday of citizen attendance caused the IN WHAT IT
Mosley, who runs a garage and tire would be too late in the month to board to cancel the second meeting.




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Dolly Powers glumly wreckage of her kitchen
shambles after the surveys which was a Sitting on the front stoop of the unroofed rented cabin, where she lived
visit of a violent 'twister" June
Sunday 31. alone, Mrs. Powers ponders her uncertain future. At present she Is stay-
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threat in this area, the mini-version, so- one that hopped, skipped and jumped its
Baled hay lay open to the elements after one third called "twisters", seem to visit Bradford, way diagonally across Bradford County
of Arthur Gaskins'new 10,000 sq. ft. barn was blown Union, and the Keystone Lake Region Sunday morning, June 31, leaving at least
away on Highway 16 just north of Heilbronn Spr more and more frequently in recent years. $10,000 in damage in its wake. Hardest hit _
ings. was the rich farming area along _
"Strawberry Alley" (County Road 225) ?
west of Lawtey. _

The twister's hardest blows fell at the
Editorials farm of the Tex Patrick family off 225 near
Buddy Norman's strawberry fields where
l damage to their mobile home, farm Im-
plements, and two buildings was
estimated in excess of $5,000. A demolished -
storage shed fell on a new John Deer
IDjacking-TelTOIisIn tractor and round hay baler, damaging
both. A nearby frame and block building
used for storing hay was also flattened. I

Technology for Control Available, but Not Used Damage estimated at to$1,300.the mobile home was

Mrs. Patrick, who was at home at the e' '
time with three small children, said the
While President Reagan was "talking link in the system of curbing hijacking storm came in so fast there was no time to

tough" again this week and brandingfive is the personnel responsible for airport "do anything",

nations as "outlaw states" run by security. They often receive the First Strike at BrookerThe Mrs. Tex Patrick and children. Shannon and J.T., are shown againstthe
"the collection of misfits tangled remains of a barn used for storing round bales of hay. Their
strangest minimum wage, and boredom and inat-
twister breezed in from Alachua nearby mobile home escaped being toppled, although damaged considerably.
looney tunes and squalid criminals tention to their duties contribute to lax- County about "church time" Sunday and .

since the advent of the Third Reich," ness in the system. Few airports examine touched down at intervals along a diagonal

high level researchers, manufacturersand every piece of checked luggagefor path from Brooker area to Lawtey. The
officials of several federal agencieswere explosives, although procedures for first strike was a poultry house at the farmof
that terrorism could be Donald Welch northwest of Brooker.
avowing doing this have existed for years.A .
eliminated if At Heilbronn Springs a 73-year-old-
practically common sense
and all available spokesman for one of the leading widow,Dolly Powers,escaped injury when ,
security means were a
airlines said, "Hijackings would be difficult the tiny one-room-and-kitchen cottage she r

effectively used.According if not impossible, if the system occupied alone, was suddenly unroofed by

to a Federal Aviation, 'worked right. There ,should be a lot, of the roaring winds from a black storm

Agency s kesntan/ 944- terrorist ,vic- pressure on airlines to make them, .ure. ..... "JdlobeXf cloud coming was, lefi in .from a.shambles the southwest., as was Her the ,
tims :were lulled!? in::66, air daft:explo- we are doing the job'right.:"' "'other room where she slept. The cottage, F ,

sions causec by bombs and other illegal There can be only one effective sourceof owned;by Alton Bolles, was considered -1 I
materials in the two decades between this unrepairable. U 7r M _
1965 through 1984, This does not includethe of whom are being intimidated by Bud Clemons, also of Heilbronn,
329 killed in the June 23, 1985 Air- many estimated $1,000 damage to the curtain
hijackers to the point that some are con-
material and tin on his several poultry
India crash.It celling their travel plans or at least houses. Arthur Gaskins, just north of

is no consolation to families of the rerouting them away from the most Heilbronn on SR-1610st about 1,500 feet of a

hostages in the latest Mid-East hijack- vunerable airports. new 10,000 square foot hay barn. Across
the road Gaskins lost small
Jimmy a
ing atrocity to know substantial that new Solving the hijack problem by preven- building.

technologies representing a tative measures is the way to go, rather After hitting the Patrick farm the
leap from the current unsatisfactory than attempting to intimidate terroristsby twister continued its erractic path

security measures now being used, threats which so far have proved eastward to inflict about $2,000 damage to
have existed since 1980, but their application counterproductive. one of Glen Moore's poultry houses, thenceon
and effective use has been to Lawtey where several large oak trees
of federal were toppled in an area near the Baptist
hampered by a lack adequate Church.
funding during the Reagan years. While Surrounded by wreckage of a wooden storage shed, Amanda Patrick
billions were being frittered away Telegraph Awarded Tornadoes TreacherousThis sits In the seat of her father's new John Deere tractor which was badly
damaged by timbers
falling mini-tornado hit the area.
through waste and fraudulent contractsin brief but severe example of what a

the Defense Department, the FAA, For ServiceThe whirling windstorm can do gives some
which financed most airport security Community idea of the danger involved in a full scale no motion up to 70 mph. In Florida, the become a flying missile in the whirling
research at tornado, which this area has never average width is 475 feet and average wind. Also vunerable are mobile homes
budgeted a
was measely
experienced- possibly could. length is three miles. which are easily toppled and demolished.
of three
$16 million a Telegraph was one weekly
year.It newspapers, with over 5,000 circulations, Tornadoes are extremely destructive Seek other shelter if possible.
What Do.
was also disconcerting to learn winning an award for Community Servicein storms of usually short duration, blowingin to ..

that, contrary to popular belief U.S. the annual competition conducted by the a counter-clockwise direction at speedsup Warning: Once a tornado watch has Never try to outrun a tornado or
airport security is not considered by experts Florida Press Association. Winners were to 800-plus miles per hour. They nor- been issued by television or radio, seek twister. If in a car, stop your vehicle and
announced at the annual FPA Conventionheld mally form several thousand feet above safer shelter and stay there until the warn- get out; seek other shelter- but not under
the best in the \
as being among in Miami. the ground and usually occur during ing has passed, If you hear a roaring noise the vehicle, which might roll over. I
world. Israel and Communist countriesare warm, humid, unsettled weather, such as (like a freight train) or see a dark funnel- II
regarded, by those who should year-long The Telegraph's entry of editorials was based, news on a a thunderstorm "s the storm moves cloud it means a tornado is very near.Seek -If trapped outdoors and there is no

know, as having the most effective stories, and program photographs in support of the ahead, a tornado or twister may form at the best shelter to be found. basement or building to enter, get as far
systems, and Third World nations have Santa Fe Community College Starke intervals along its path travel for miles, below ground level as possible. Do not
the worst. Center, which is now nearing completionat and then dissipate. Forward speed of a tornado 'Least desirable place to be during a enter a grove of trees, and above all try to
an approximate cost of$750,000,and will has been known to range from almost tonado is in a motor vehicle, which may protect your head.

But it will take more than bombastic be open for classes in August.In .

statements to get terrorism under con- evaluating The Telegraph's entry, the Notebook '
trol and it is frustrating to know that the contest judges commented: "An excellent County Agent's -- by Bobby L.Taylur
campaign leading to a successful conclu-
and procedures are
equipment sion through explaining and publicizingthe
available to virtually halt hijackings, Starke Center as the anchor project for Several insects and related pests are -Lawn Pests Active Now evenly over soil surfaces. Baits"should be
but are not being applied adequately or revitalizing downtown Starke. An all-out common in lawns in our area this time of applied as damage appears during July

with "common sense," according to effort worthy of a good"newpaper, worth year. Chinch bugs, spittlebugs and her- Adult mole crickets are readily atAugust, and September. Irrigate before
Robert W. Deichart, a security expertand while to the entire area mudgrass mites suck plant juices. Some tracted to lights, especially in the spring application and after applying sprays. Do
senior vice president of Philips This is the second time that The such as mole crickets, white grubs and during their mating flights. Most of their not irrigate. after applying baits.,
Electronic Instruments Inc., one of thecountry's Telegraph has received an award for Com- billbugs live in the soil and damage the life, however, is spent In the soil. During
munity Service. The first was given in 1954 plant roots. Others, including sob web- periods of drought or cold weather, they
leading security equipment for a "Rate Your Town" survey; conductedby worms and armyworms, eat grass leaves. burrow deeper until favorable Fertig Urges Use
manufacturers.An The Telegraph in conjunction with the To these groups can be added other insects temperatures and moisture are reached. Of Senior Center
added "The magazine, "Town Journal." Good pointsas and related pests, such as fleas, earwigs, Mole crickets are most active at night Senior Citizens:
FAA official
well as shortcomings of the communitywere millipedes, chiggers, sowbugs and snails especially after a rain or irrigation and -
technology is there. The problem is highlighted, resulting in successful that do not damage the lawn but may when the temperature is above 70 degrees.The Bradford County Senior Citizen's
that, as in many other things, the efforts to remedy some of the deficiences. become nuisances because of their biting When conditions such as these exist, they Center (in the Bradford-Union Guidance
people or crawling into houses, garages, will come to the surface and make burrows Clinic behind the courthouse) is now open
security of airports is oriented more We have always regarded receiving a swimming pools, etc. inch or two of soil. Damage la from 8:30: a.m until 5:30 p.m. Mondayprimary
toward crisis management than long- Community Service award as one of the Insects are only one of the many causesof through feeding on the roots,but through Friday- five days a week.
term vigilance." As proof, he cites the most gratifying among all categories of thinning out or off-color areas in grass. their burrowing loosens the soil causing So what do you say, seniors? Come on
fact that there have been 375 successful the contests since it demonstrates that a Diseases, nematodes, dry weather and the grass to dry out and sometimes over and enjoy one another's company.
newspaper is trying to fulfill the primary nutritional disorders are frequently become uprooted. The meandering burThere is always coffee and tea waiting for
hijackings of commercial aircraft since purpose of its existenceservice to its responsible for such injury. It is importantto rows of mole crickets are about 1/2 to 1 you.
1969. Many' of these were carried out community. Without taking a leadershiprole be sure of the cause so the proper treat- inch in diameter and easily seen in short We play different card games, sing old
with the use of handguns, hand in the progress and improvement of ment can be used promptly to correct the mown grass or newly planted areas. time songs,play bingo, and whatever suits
grenades or automatic weapons, which its community, a newspaper is not performing trouble without the needless waste of Since mole crickets have only one your fancy Programs are being set up,
its traditional role and duty. without further damage to
and etc., etc.
of pesticides generation and most nymphs
per year
could be revealed bv proper use Therefore, it should not necessarily expect the grass. hatch during May, it is possible to prevent The Bradford County Senior Citizens
metal detectors, or'''X-ray machines examining any special recognition for what it does. Mole crickets live in the soil and feed on most damage which occurs later in the Club meets here on Tuesdays from 10 a.m.
carry-on baggage. Some But that is not to say that such recognitionfor grass roots. The adults are about 11/2 in- year by proper timingjjf jpsecticide applications. until! a.m. We also gather on Monday and
weapons have been found to be smuggled service performed is not welcome and ches long and light brown in color. The :In university experiments best bring brown bag lunch.
appreciated.In and stout and well The third
front legs are short Tuesday of the month there is
have been obtained
: a
aboard aircraft before takeoff by applying
such Starke for tunneling through the soil. rail a covered dish lunch. Everyone attending
Last a growing community as adapted with a low percentage of active ingre-
presumably by ground personnel. and especially one now involved in tryingto dient. It is very important to apply baits is asked to bring a dish.
year one plane was hijacked to Cuba bya improve its image, there are plenty of The eggs are laid in the spring, several The club also serves ice cream and cake
convicted murderer whose guards let opportunities for service. As in the past, inches below the soil surface. The nymphs __- on the fourth Tuesday of the month.
him go unattended to the washroom, we will continue to strive always to fulfill hatch in approximately two weeks, and '- 7: So, ya'll come on over and have some
look like the adults except they are smaller
our obligation to the community we serve. L- fun.For
returning with a pistol. and lack fully developed wings. The nymphs 'I more information call Peggy
develop throughout the summer and Barnett, phone 864-8382, or Harry FertUJ,
Experts interviewed recently by a fall. The following spring, they are mature The toucan's bill !is larger phone 9044087.;
news service revealed that the weakest and ready to lay eggs. There is only one than Its body Harry':ertigPage
generation per year.

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I :. r. and AArs. Vernon Reddish Celebrate 25th Anniversary,

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish Mr.and Mrs. Mike Reddish i ne buffet table was covered with' 'me hosts'gave; the couple a set of Social Side"'Club News
Mr.and .
were pleasantly an Army/Navy cloth over a steel flatware .
surprised at a 25th Mrs. John green as a memento -
wedding anniversary dinner party Arthur Reddish, Mrs. liner and centered by a large two of the occasion. Notices
given for them Sunday evening at P.D.Reddish Reddish and Mr., Mr.and and Mrs. Glen layer anniversary cake decorated in Among the 50 invited guests,those of theNews Church Items
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- drews. Ervin An the purple and white color scheme from out-of-town were: Mr.. and
dish in Green Acres. Co-hosts were that was used in the couple's wed- Mrs. Mead Lewis of Lake City, Mr.
the honoree's children, Lisa and Hanging flowering and green ding. and Mrs. Lloyd Stillwell of Brooker, ..
Barry, also Sheriff and plants points of interest Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Yost of WeddingsReceptions
Reddish, Mr. and Mrs.Jim Reddish occasion party rooms and patio for the The wedding pictures taken 25 Jacksonville BIRd Mr. and Mrs.
years ago.were enjoyed. Lawrence Green of Glen St. Mary. Gladys Mooty PartiesFAIHIONI. _


I Bridesmaid's Luncheon Honors Sandra ChittyMiss

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bridal attendants were honored at a the front entrance foyer hall wall, area and living area, whit h all each streamer were tied different .
June bridesmaid's 22. luncheon Saturday, overlooking the pool and patio area. overlooked the pool and patio area. tiny charms. A is the charms were CHINA' ACCUIONIIIGIRTO. .'LV.". CKVSTAU
The bride's table in the dining Each of these tables were covered identified, their! corresponding
: The new countryside home of Mr. room was covered with a white lace with country gingham checked "future" in matters relating to love
and Mrs. James V. Crosby on and linen cutwork cloth and cloths,in pastel colors and trimmed were read. LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT SHOP'
: Bayless Highway was the setting for centered with an arrangement of with ecru lace, with matching The hostesses presented the bride t
.: this event. Hostesses for the occasion fresh mums, carnations, statis, napkins. Centering each table were with a corsage upon her arrival,and
:: were: Mrs. Rudolph Hutcheson, baby's breath, and fern in shades of arrangements of fresh mums, car- also gave her an initialed set of Summer Clearance Sale
Mrs. Charles G. Norman, Mrs. Ed- blue and white. Miniature nations, sunflowers, statis, baby's crystal water glasses and matching
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Tenly Sr., Mrs. Sonny Tenly, and especially for this occasion by the match the individual tablecloth.
Mrs. James V. Crosby. bride's mother and decorated with Marking the seating arrangementswere sion.Each guest WII S presented their In- HOURS:
The honorees and guests were pastel colors that the bride had additional individual dividual miniature, bridesmaids hat BIS SOUTH. WALNUT STRUTSTAHKI. 9:30-5:30
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their arrival. An informal greeting, and lace. Individual name cards brides tables. Sharing this event with Sandra
introduction of guests, and renewing were attached to the hats for seating Placed at points of interest and her bridem aids, were 32 of her
of acquaintances was enjoyed in the placement.The throughout the home were plants, close friends and relatives. Among
party rooms and on the swimming open spiral staircase next to and arrangements of blue and white the guests were her mother, Mrs.
pool patio, prior to the seating of the the dining room was highlightedwith flowers, country wooden ducks, anda Joan Chitty; her sister, Miss Karen ,
guests for lunch. additional miniature brass candelabra with blue Chitty, and her grandmother, Mrs. gilt
Setting the theme for decorations bridemaid's hats placed on the outer candles.At Louise Tenly.
for the bridal luncheon was a large end of each step, giving added In- the conclusion of the luncheon, Assisting the I hostesses in servingand
natural reed sun hat embellishedwith terest in keeping with the luncheon the bride and each attendant and caring for the guests during the ti
blue and white silk sun flowers; theme. other specified guests, pulled a satin luncheon were Mrs. Scott Roberts 4'MChristmas
pink, blue and white ribbons and Other dining tables were placed ribbon streamer from a flower filled and Miss Sheri Norman. .

I Rehearsal Dinner For Chitty-Nead Held at DenmarksThe

home of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. were wicker baskets holding bright eacn member of their wedding party serving were Mrs. Eldon Hardy in !
Denmark on Parker Street in Starke summer flowers in varying colors. and others assisting with the wedding Mrs. Sonny Tenly: and Allison andJohn July
was the setting for an informal sup- The main buffet serving table was personal gifts as mementoes of Denmark.
per honoring Sandra Chitty and covered with a yellow linen cloth and the occasion, showing their appreciation Forty members of the wedding Now is the time to begin
Tony Nead and their wedding party was centered with an arrangementof for their participation in party and guests:: honored Sandra
following their wedding rehearsal, fresh gerber daisies and their wedding. and Tony, among them were the gifts for Christmas.
Friday evening June 28. greenery. Large palms, hanging bride's mother, Mrs. Joan T. Chitty, your
Hosting the patio supper were Mr. ferns, and other tropical plants were and the groom's father, George .
and Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mr. and placed throughout the area for add- During the evening, a surprise birthday Nead of Tampa.
Mrs. George Winkler, and Dr. and ed interest at specific vantage cake,with brightly lit candles, Other out-o -tlwn guests attendingwere yl 50 J Off
Mrs. J.E. Denmark. points. and home-made ice cream was en- Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Walters of
Tables covered with green and The wedding party and guests en- joyed by all, in celebration of the Lake City; Dr. John Woody of Col- r i All Christmas
yellow floral tablecloths, with mat- joyed delicious lasagne with 21st birthday of Karen Chitty, sisterof umbus, Ga.; Glenn, Nead of Tampa; Items
ching napkins, were placed on the assorted salads and condiments.The the bride.Assisting Randy Chitty arid Candice Whitelowof
carport-patio. Centering each table bride and groom presented in the preparation. and in Jacksonville; Sila Goolsby and 964-6300
Mrs. Francis Goolsby of Pensacola,
and Steve Stringer of Dahlonega, 1517 Bessent Rd. Starke

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Items of Interest

William Rhoden son of Mr. WilliamC.
Jacquelyn Eave.., Rhoden, all of Starke and Mrs.
WilliamsTo Carol Rhoden of Champaign, 111. c
Buddy Miss Underhill and Mr. Rhodenare
Wed July 12 both Bradford High School
graduates, class of 1984.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves of Mr. Rhoden is employed at Du- Ir
Starke announce the engagementand Pont. .
approaching marriage of their The wedding will take place July
daughter, Jacquelyn E. Eaves to 20, at 7 p.m. in Heilbronn Springs
Gerald M. (Buddy) Williams, Jr., Baptist Church.
. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry: ,.WUlin> iA,!,.? All friends-and-relatives. In-
all of Starke. vited to attend.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Bradford High School and is
employed by the Bradford County
Courthouse.Mr. Griffis Reunion Jacquelyn Eaves
Williams is a graduate of
Keystone Heights High School and is Planned for Aug. 3

employed by Crosley ManufacturingCorp. The Griffis family reunion will be
held Saturday, Aug. 3 starting at
The wedding is planned for Fri- noon at the Raiford Community Cynthia Ward.
day, July 12, at 7 p.m. in Northside Center in Raiford. Jason PolkEngagement
Baptist Church, Starke. Families are asked to bring a ToldMr.
All friends and relatives are In- covered dish and any information on
vited to attend.Barabara the family history they have as in and Mrs. Larry Glisson an-
bibles, pictures or albums. Also nounce the engagement of thier
Ann Underhill anyone having any information of daughter, Cynthia Jane Ward, to
Jimmy RhodenTo Matthews Gay Griffis or Elize StarlIng Jason Lamar Polk, son of Mr. and 1
Griffis will be appreciated.Call Mrs. Glenn Polk, all of Starke. I/
Wod July 20 Inez Faulk, 964.5678 or Reba Miss Ward and Mr. Polk are both
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon V. Netta Griffis, 964-5617 or contact graduates of Bradford High School.
Underhill, Sr. and Mrs. Ann Thorn- Jerome Griffis, 230 East St., She is employed at Pinehurst t
ton announce the engagement and Jacksonville, 32206, 1-356-0044, or Grocery and he is employed at % % fried
approaching marriage of their Mildred Griffis, 9645409. Camp Blanding under Civil Service. :

daughter, Barabara Ann, to Jimmy .

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Mr. and Mrs. Bob Milner attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dixon and son Mrs. Virginia Ekard has returned. Mr and Mrs. Pat Welch and i.mi- Mrs. Mack Williams had as guests
Kiwanis convention in Toronto of Lakeland were recent visitors of from a vacation in Costa Rica. ly and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Welch and during the long weekend: Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Palmer Canada June 28 to July 3. the Tullie Normans and Gerald Nor-. son spent Wednesay to Sunday tour Mrs. Charles McQuig of Waycross
and Mrs. Palmer's sister, Mrs. mans. James G. Stalnaker in Tennessee.
and David T. ing Mrs. J.E. Luckie and family of Fit-
Hague Rutledge attended the R. A. Miss Lillian Stump was in Mane Fussell were on the Dean's list for zgerald,Ga.,Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mims
Palmer of Alachua reunion, at th mouth Caverns, Ky. Wednesday to Dr. Steinar Lorentzen and the spring 1985 at Stetson Universi- Raymond L. Trainor, son of Mrs. of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Seashore Methodist Assembly Monday attending the annual reu- son Edna Trainor of Starke and the late
Karl Ivar and Mrs. Laila of Godwin and Mrs. Ann Godwin and
grounds in Biloxi, Miss., June 2130. nion of the 24th evacuation unit of Nylus ty.Mr. Leo R.'Trainor Is recent
Oslo Norway are visiting Mm. L.H. .and Mrs.Don a daughter, Jana of Gainesville and
This was the 15th consecutive Patray attended
year the U.S. Army.Mr. the University of Florida. He
the Palmers have held a reunion. Gibson in Starke and Mr/and Mrs. the wedding of her cousin Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams of
received Bachelor of Science
There were 95 family members and and Mrs. Bob Milner and week.Gerry Gibson Dr. at Merritt Island this Richard M. Barber's daughter, degree in a Business Administrationwith Sylacauga Ala.

five guests present. Mrs. Rutledge is family were in Tallahassee Satur- American Field Lorentzen Service Exchange was an Saturday Sherri Barber in to Donald Seazle a major in Computer and Infor- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ivey of Bain-
a very special friend of the entire day to attend the wedding of his night Murray Hill Bap- mation Science. Mr. Trainor
student at BHS in 1960-41 and lived tist Church. Mrs. also bridge, Ga. were Thursday to Sun-
Patray servedat
Palmer family. brother, John Milner to Kim with the Gibson family. the reception. graduated from BHS in 1980 and is day visitors of his parents, Mr. and
Hawkins. presently employed as a correc- Mrs. Edward Watts.
Call Tel-Med for medical informa- tional officer at the Union Correc-
tion on over 200 subjects. Call Gina Renae Lane of Starke, a student Mrs.Mr.Don and Mrs. Ogden of Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish of St. tional Institution. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade spent
Ray Tilley Jacksonville
964-6000 for free brochure.Mrs. Augustin gave a birthday party for
attending Angelo State Univer-
and Mrs. Robbie Thursday to Monday in Atlanta
of Starke their daughter, Laura, on her first
Arline returned sity in San Angelo,Texas,is listed on visited Mr. Shaller in Alachua birthday on Friday at the home of 50% STOREWIDEKIT where they visited points of interest
McKnlght the Dean's honor roll for the
spring General Hospital on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles and also visited her sister Mrs. Mer-
June 24 from two weeks visit in Col- semester at the University. Agin at Kin- SALE at Magic Needle Long.
umbia and S.C. and sgley Lake with 20 attending.
Manning at- W W'$ $/ &J # $ &AYdHAYn"_ H/UH f wJm iY'>_ H/HHH//////Hff 'AtM_ _._ ...,. .
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and Mrs. B.J. Eggers returned .
Saturday after two weeks vaca- I .
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Mrs. Koretz' mother Mrs. Arlin I 44- .U"J

McKnight for two weeks.Mr. : ? cThF

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ville were July 4 guests of Mr. and :
Mrs. Gerald Griffis at Kingsley I

Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly and Mr. and I Sale prices good thin Sat, July 1S.F .

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Danike, spent last week at If OlUIIIII: : UIII'J1 ..... -.,. -
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Saturday visitors of her parents Dr. I. i tin HIDDEN VALLEY
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Douglas Seymour of Miami, Hal Ch 13s. .
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Ricky Frick of Miami and Ryan III Ii I
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the party decorations and a birthday Eckerd will replace It with the comparable national to ':'== InY'-'TFM. : .
cake centering the refreshmenttable brand free. One drugstore Is better than the rest. Eckerd -.. ..... ..... ,w' ,
further carried out the motif.
Balloon favors were given to the
several friends attending who

helped Jonathan celebrate the occa [ _
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July II. lIK5! T"umti\l'1\; : \ 1'10119.\

I Supt. Duncan Urges No New Spending By Schoool System ,. II

Hold up. Don't commit any funds participating group. A 7 p.m. July 8 work session is set heating systems to DOE, which then superintendent. Board member J.T. monies on the job, Supt. Duncan
until it is known that money will be The Bradford school system is expected to begin public discussion of money decides which would be best. Parrish suggested the assistant said.
available. to have between $800,000 and Issues. "Believe it or not, resistant heating superintendent has more responsibility
That was the message the school $900,000 in new operating monies Board Member Rodney Hall asked was their selection," Morgan said. than the high school principal Was told Supt. Duncan has not
board gave Supt. Jim Duncan Mon- coming In. Assistant Superintendent for comparisons of budgeted Register said Gene Tanner in his and should be paid more, and had a recent report on the BHS track
day night, June 24, on creating new Dewey McKinney and Business amounts from 1984-85 and those ex- department has figured it will cost Duncan said that factor will probably resurfacing problem. Blisters arose
Job positions, setting administrative Director Mike Reddish were dispatched pected for 85-86. Duncan $12 per hour more to operate the be changed to 1.14. from underground pressure in the
salary schedules, and buying new to a Tuesday meeting in Tampa agreed with the boards request, resistant heat system, than It has A 1.11 factor would be applied to last big rain on the track.
band instruments.Only where the final word was to be hand- understanding the board's reluc been costing. DOE engineers, the salary of the Bradford Middle
approval given was on property ed out by the Department of Educa- tance to commit monies without Morgan said, figured the heat School pnncipal. Was told by Vocational Director
insurance, the price of which tion.Meanwhile knowing what is available.The system in a school would be A 1.1 factor would be applied to the Millard Brown that progress on the
doubled, from $103,000 for the past bargaining with the school board went into a clos- operated only a few hours to warm salary of the principals of Starke vo-tech's commercial vehicle driv-
year to$216,700. The board was forced teacher union, the Bradford Educa- ed session after the regular meeting the system up, then the ambient heat Elementary and Southside Elementary ing range is going very well. A dirt
into that action because current tion, is under way. Salary discus Monday night, which it is allowed by from the bodies of the students mover has been borrowed from a vo-
policies expire June 30. sions are expected to begin in the law to do on collective bargaining would maintain the temperature. A 1.08 factor would be applied to tech school at Chipley and there
Supt. Duncan said the increasewas next week, says BEA President matters. Assumedly, the board has the salaries of the principals of should be no problem meeting the
not because of the December Julie Miller. She and the school been kept abreast of the best New Positions... Lawtey Elementary and county office paving contract deadline, said
fire at BBS which cost $586,000 but board bargainer, Dr. Jim estimates of Supt. Duncan on the The school board approved adver- level coordinators.A Brown.
that property insurance costs have Longstreth of Gainesville, have money issues. tising for a public hearing on the 1.07( factor would be applied to
skyrocketed statewide. Prices agreed upon most of the language of The message has been given out "new" non-instructional positions. the salaries of the principals at .Approved its annual contracts
doubled, from a total of $1,023,677 to the school teacher contract, with on- that teachers cannot expect the en- Brooker Elementary and Hampton with the Northeast Florida Educa-
$2,047,354, in the 10 counties the matters increasethe Elementary, BHS assistant prin- the
in the ly money remaining, tire eight percent money tional Consortium, including
Northeast Florida Education Con- Mrs. Miller said. Florida legislature committedfor There are only six new positions, cipal and BMS assistant principal.A main contract, teacher education
sortium based in Palatka, through education, that some of that will said Supt. Duncan trades helpers, 1.05 factor would be applied to center, comprehensive health
which the insurance is purchased in Work Session Set... have to go toward operating expen- 2 ficer grounds, and keepers 2 secretaries., an energy The re-of- the salaries of dean of students, education, and risk management
ditures such as the increase in property assistant principal at Starke services.
Insurance which has doub ed. mainder of the positions are rewritten Elementary and assistant principalat

Home Canning Play it SafeBy already job occupied descriptions by persons for positions in the Southside Elementary. Approved the state a compensatory$105,000 applicationfor educa-

I Phase I Progess... system descriptions for are years.in line The with new Supt.job board In other: June 24 action, the school tion program for 1985-86.

Architect Don Morgan said Duncan's of the
By Diann Douglass progress realignment county
Approved a $4,000 grant application -
on reconstructing Phase I at office staff.
are the food pack and the ratio of Bradford which Was told of the July 31 retirement for the nutrition education and
canning has always been High, was badly date of Curriculum Coordinator which
an solids to liquids. training program for 85-86,
economical and practical form of Another factor of critical impor- damaged by fire, has been held up Intent is to beef up the Lucille Payne who has 36 years of means training for food service
for three weeks failure to deliver
food preservation. Too, it is probably tance in establishing a safe canning by said maintenance staff, which has been teaching experience, including 35 employees. If Food Service Director
the most common method us- process is the acid level of foods. wall partitions. But, Morgan too small to keep up with years in the Bradford school system. Delores Morgan provides all the services -
ed by home preservers. When cann- The importance of this concept is the partitions are due in next week maintenance or repair needs, and to Mrs. Payne has been an elementary she listed the money will cer-
ing, food safety is an important con- difficult to relate to most people and contractor Ernest Triest still ex- add new secretarial positions in the school teacher, an elementary principal tainly be wisely spent, said board
pects to finish by the July 24 completion of
office which will be
sideration. since many families have used the county one and a long-time county cur member J.T Parrish.
Foods are continuously under attack water bath method of canning for date. transferred from the vo-tech center. riculum coordinator.

by bacteria, yeasts and molds. years.Vegetables. .Approved a cooperative agreement .
These microorganisms are presentall meat, seafood, Heat System... Adm. Method... Was told by Principal Bill McRae with the Alligator Creek Short
around us, not only in food, but in poultry and dairy products are lowin also discussedthe Pay that only a couple of items remain to Term Offender Program (Stop
air, water and canning jars. acid, low acid foods have an acidi- Architect installation Morgan of resistant heating A "responsibility factor" outliningthe be finished to the new cafeteria at Camp), under which the school
Because of this, air must be excluded ty range between PH 4.5 and PH 7. status of paying administrative Brooker Elementary. The school board provides a parttime teacherfor
and sterilization must occur. Foods within this range must be system, as opposed to a heat pumpon personnel was also outlined to the system is still withholding some the boys: in the camp.Electric .
Another Phase I construction. school board by Supt. Duncan.Administratl.ve .
problem that must be processed at a temperature well ,
resolved is the action of ensymes. above the boiling point of water, I
Although needed for normal ripen- which is 212 degrees F. This is Morgan said state Department of salaries would be
ing of fruits and vegetables, enzyme necessary to destroy clostridium Education engineers figured out that paid according to the teacher's 1J
action must be stopped to present botulinum bacteria which can cause over 40 years the resistant heat salary schedule, based on 2,048
undesirable changes and spoilage. botulism. These bacteria are deadly system would be less expensive than hours,and based on each individuals
Heat, therefore, is the element and cannot be destroyed by using the heat pumps. However, said Morgan, years of work experience, with no
that is required to combat these pro- boiling water bath method. the school might put him on the hot administrator paid less than 11
blems. Safe home canning depends Don't take chances-use a pressure spot when the utility bills begin to years of experience. In other words,
upon using enough heat for a long canner for low acid foods. I Look at it come in next winter. an administrator would be paid by
enough period of time. as an insurance policy. It his years of experience on the
For a canning process to be safe, guarantees the safety of your foods, Resistant type heat means passing teacher's salary schedule, then that 1
heat penetration must occur. Heatis and ultimately the health of your air over a metal strip heated by electricity salary would be multiplied by the
transferred from the outside of a family. and is generally considered to responsibility factor.
Jar and through the food. The time The Florida Cooperative Exten- be too expensive for homes becauseof
and temperature required for a product sion Service (IFAS) at the University the increase in the cost of elec Currently, the lowest paid ad-
is dependent, in part, on the of Florida has established stan- tricity. ministrator earns $28,459, the
rate of heat penetration.A dards for home canning procedures.These highest $35,468. Duncan's proposal
number of conditions affect the instructions are easy to follow Operations Director Lennard would add about $300 to the low end R\pER
rate of heat penetration. The size and available free to the public. Register questioned the resistant and about $700 to the top end. \
and shape of a jar influences For further information, contact heat system, Morgan said, and he A 1.13 factor would be applied to ENG1Np
heating, big jars heat more slowly the Bradford County Cooperative explained that architects are askedto the salary of the Bradford High
than small ones. Other factors Extension Service at 964-6280 ext. submit three different types of :School principal and the assistant REPR Start
which influence the rate of heating 284. _\-\

\ \ Reg. $132995
Gospel SingSaturday

July 13 NOW
Seaman G.W. Gullion
There will be a gospel sing Satur-
day, July 13, at 7 p.m. at Grace Completed RecruitTrainingavy'Seaman B

methodist Church, SR225, across Birth Announcements $119995SAVE
from the postal office in Lawtey : L. ..:.. ..". _. ..... '.. j. \, &ulf. >:.....'101
eat iringlhe .EramtonJ I_!-===_ '!'!' 'S j; M"t ... ? R ( rald W.
'.' Public invited to attend. Zachary William'Weber Christopher Paul West Gullion, son of Clarence E. and $130!
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weber of Paul and Donna West of Loreda M. Gullion of Route 1,
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Gainesville announce the birth of a Lawtey, FL, has completed recruit Approximately $42 month
Church of God Zachary William, born July 3 in the son, Christopher Paul, born July 3, training at Recruit Training Com- per
Holding RevivalThe Jacksonville NAS hospital. He joins at Alachua General Hospital. mand Orlando, FL. 1 to qualified buyers.
two sisters, Jennifer, age 12 and Maternal grandparents are Mr. During Gullion's eight-week train-
Starke Church of God locatedat Emily, age 6. and Mrs. Donald C. Smith of ing cycle, he studied general
422 N. Clair Street will begin Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Gainesville. Paternal grandparentsare military subjects designed to o Big 30" cut side dischargeIndustrialCommercial 0 5-speed Peerless transaxle
revival services Sunday evening,Ju- Ruby Wilkerson of Lawtey and great Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. West of for further academicanonthejob Makes lawn & garden
ly 14th, at 6 pm. and 7:30 during the grandmother is Mrs. Bama Lowery. Keystone Heights. training in one of the Briggs & Stratton Engine chores a snap!
week. The Rev. Al Coleman, pastor Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Bar- Paul is a paramedic with Bradford the Navy's 85 basic fields.
of the Otis Road Church of God, bara Weber of Hudson, Wis. County Emergency Services. Gullion's studies included Starke Power
Florida Pest Control Equipment
Jacksonville will be the evangelist.The seamanship, close order drill, Naval
public is cordially invited to at- ..... history and first aid. Personnel who 539 E. Call St. 438 South Walnut

tend the reviva services. Rev. ..... complete this course of instructionare
Walter F. Montz Pastor. Christina Ruth Coty eligible for three hours of college 964.5745 964-8568
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Coty of Tam- credit in Physical Education and OittfibutedBy, Tngot"' DulnbutO't. me, Boi 888,, Titan,Da 31794 Call. ((9121382, ) 39b' >
" Andrew Kyle Hlldreth beam floe been O'r-'oun$>"OKI"d oi in t one tomt
pa announce the birth of a daughter, Hygiene. IThiqD | "noug"'V it iOTClia. doM nol' see motn.l md> o.call(9U( | 182 1396
Jacob L. Fried Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Hildreth, !n may not alllcp"1> one you .. .
Christina Ruth, born July 6 In South to,n..r...,ioj'c oi'o..< WI gulIn"o aeauiit tiocii ii aa nii a pnc
in Plant City. She Jr. of Boca Raton announce the
Receives Hospital
Appt. Baptist -
birth of a son, Andrew Kyle, born --
her brother, Matthew, age
Columbia University College of joins Maternal grandparents are Mr. June 22. He joins a brother, .
Physicians and Surgeons announcedthe and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and great Christopher, age 2. PUBLIC NOTICE
appointment of Jacob L. Fried as Mrs. Ellen Mit- Maternal grandparents are Mr.
director of respiratory therapy at its chell grandmothers, all of Starke and Mrs. Nellie and Mrs. Ted Bak of Boca Mr.Raton.and I I. R.E. "BOBBY" BIGGS Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke Florida by vir-
ColumbiaPresbyterianMedical Paternal grandparents are
1,300 Center. Rogers grandparents of Thomson are Mr., Ga.and Paternal Mrs. Al Mrs. Herbert R. Hildreth, Sr. of tue of the Authority vested in me by law do hereby call a First Primary Election to

degree Fried in, who health received management his masters at the Coty of St. Petersburg. Kingsley Lake. be held at the City Hall In the Aforesaid City of f qualified voters on Tuesday

Jacksonville campus of directorof Central ..... September 10, 1985 A.D., for the purpose of electing the following officers:

Michigan University, was Alachua .....
respiratory therapy at
General Hospital of Lake Charles, Joshua Daniel SperryMr. CITY CLERK For Two Years
He has also and Mrs. Greg Sperry of Ashley Marie Biggs
for 3
Louisiana several years.articles in 3 Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Robert Biggs,
published served as Joshua Daniel, born July 9. in of Kingsley Lake,announce the birth
medical for Journals the Louisiana, Societyfor Alachua General Hospital. He joinsa of a daughter, Ashley Marie, born POLICE CHIEF For Two Years
treasurer Amanda 4. June 24 at St. Vincents Hospital.
Therapy, and is on sister, age
Respiratory Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Maternal grandmother is Mrs.
for the American
three Association committees for Respiratory Dorothy Nesmith of Tallahassee.Mr. Hazel Tanner of Lawtey. Paternal ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP 2 For Two Years
Paternal grandparents are grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Therapy.Fried is married to the former and Mrs. Donald B. Sperry ofTallahassee. Robert E. Biggs. of Starke.

Martha Sanders daughter of Mr. : ONE COMMISSIONER I -GROUP_ 4 ForT_ o Years
and Mrs. Malcolm Sanders of .
and Guy Andrews' niece.




Texas Dennis will be Erwins preaching of Mesquite special fever ,1y Air Conditioning CLARA COLSON ELNA SCHAFFER

revival services' at the New MARY LAWSON MARGARET DeSUE
Baptist Church, July 15 to 21.
a student at the Criswell Center Service OLEETA HARDENBROOK ELIZABETH WALKER
for Biblical Studies in Dallas Texas.
In addition to being a fine young

preacher musician,, he specializing is an accomplished in Country t Y -% .- Service and Repair on: I ALTERNATES: CLERK

Gospel Music. at j All Major Appliances LAUREL JOCKEL KAY CARTER
will be held nightly
7:30 Services special Home ComIng "l 11/ ( : _, Air Conditioning) AGNES DINKINS

ervicesf Sunday morning July Refrigeration Electrical
21, dinner will be held on the
grounds.This I In Testimony whereof, I here unto subscribe my.name and cause the Seal of the town to be

ministry special of "His day Glory"will close, a dynamicyour out the i I JOE COX, OWNER I hereunto affixed this 2nd day of July, 1985, A.D.

of six young men who
group R.E. BIGGS
Tnage to 25 years of "Bobby"
age As a -time ministry; they MayorCommissionerATTEST
travel thousands of miles each year ,
the United States and 964-7462 I
throughout Canada. They have appeared in i I II : Nell Tucker

churches, youth rallies, revivals, as \, City Clerk
well as on television. These young Rt. 2, Box 2116
:ted to Christ sing- j
and sharing (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd.i),
Southern their personal Gospel testimonies.Music They Starke, Florida 32091 ..- QUALIFYING TIME FOR THE ABOVE OFFICES OPENS JULY 15, 1985. AND CLOSESAT

will present a special program 7:30 on .1 Check the YeHow Pages 12:00 NOON JULY 19, 1985.
21, p.m. '
Sunday The public evening is,invited July to attend to Of Our Local Phone Book 7/11/ Ztchg 711V.

share faall these activities at New For Quality Service & Repair -

River Baptist Church. .- .-- .. .

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Paler 1/\ TELKGKAP1I July 11.1985
Hardenbrook Joins

I 28 Earn Straight-A's: at BMSTwentyeight Tiffin Hardenbrook& OwensLee a long-time

i.; employee of the county property ap
'-" praiser's office, has recently joined

students at Bradford Mrs. "inua i-ieiuiiktM 01 auuere dud nUUUWIIIIfUiU Harrelt, Kirby Jo ERA Tiffin & Owens' staff of real

Middle School, or 3.2 percent of the David Pfenniger of Starktt, Hildebran, Eric Hodge, Tim Kelsey,' estate agents.Hardenbrook.
870-member student body earned Christina Redding, daughter Of Brian Kendrick, Unissa King, Mar- will be specializing
straight A's for the 5th six-weeks Mr. and Mrs. Richard Redding of vin Lane, Karsen Larsen Amy in the field of appraisal.Hardenbrook .

grading period which ended April 23. Lawtey. Lewis, Jared Metcalf Lisa 11iitchelI, employed at the''

Another 103 BMS students, or 11.8 Holly Shields, daughter of Mr. and Patricia Parado, Manish Patel, Bradford County Property Ap- I
percent of the student body earnedall Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Starke Melinda Powell, Susan Peugh, Doug praisers office since 1971, has also

A's or B's for a place on the A-B and Bill Shields of Starke. Rehberg, Jeremy Ritchey., worked as a private property appraiser -

honor roll. Twenty eight graders, Noy Srivibul, daughter of Mr. and Elizabeth Rowell, Suzanne Sapp F rtax xor ; 9e.:
five seventh graders, and three sixth Mrs. David Barber of Starke. Carrie Shaw, Melissa Starling, N Ir ;

graders earned all-A's. 43 eight Tammy Tatum, daughter of Mr. Shiela Stewart Shiela Tew, Denise Grace United
graders 36 seventh graders, and 24 and Mrs. Charles Tatum of Lawtey. Waddell, Dana Waters, Michelle ,

sixth graders earned all A's and B's. Tina Willlngham daughter of Wood, Wendy Young. Methodist ChurchRd

The straight students were: Mary Willingham of Brooker. 225 raad Across from I

Eighth Grade: Seventh Grade: Seventh Grade: Link Bishop, Lawtey Post Office
Jamie Bowen, Celeste Carter
Patricia Bath daughter of Mr. Sarah Douglas, daughter of Mr. Dyana Crawford, Jennifer Dodge, SUNDAY SERVICES

and Mrs. Mickey Bath of Brooker. and Mrs. Ernest Douglas of Gayle Dou las, Rusty Eberle, DavidElder Sunday School .., . 9:45 am

Michelle Becker daughter of Mr. Brooker. Allison Farnsworth, Aimee Sunday Worship 11 am1ATTEHTION
and Mrs. Les Becker of Lawtey. Scott Duncan, son of Supt. and Ferguson Donnie Francis,

Shawna Blom, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Jim Duncan of Starke. Stephanie Gainey, Bo Hersey Mary ROOMS\/ FOR RENTat
and Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke. Ron Zurfluh son of Mr. and Mrs. Hill. Doug Holland Melissa Hislop,

Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and Lonnie Zurfluh of Starke. Mark Jones, Stacy Jones, Chris

Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Kirkland, Kevin Krack, Len Looney; ,
Audra Brantley, daughter of Mr. Sixth Grade: Beth McKinney, Lori Mann, Randy :

and Mrs. Gerald Brantley.of Starke. Brian Canova, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton, Daniel Moss, Mark Parado, the HistoricMAGNOLIA
Julie Ferguson daughter of Mr. David Cano' of Kingsley Lake. Tammie Patterson, Mike Ripplinger. Girls of All Ages

and Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Starke.K Iluien coleman, daughter of Mrs. Candice Roberts, Shana

"::1 Fiyr-r:!: :dU-biiu.1 UI IWU'and Linda Hicks of Starke. Schmitt, Vanessa Stewart, Greg Baton lessons HOTELWalnut

Mrs. E.Z. Lee. Vincon Robinson, son of Mr. and Thomas, Steven Thornton, Dwain
Alisha Gruen daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Joe Robinson of Brooker. Thompson, Tawanda Tyson, Alyssa will be starting
Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. Danielle Smith daughter of Mr. Wessels, Dana Williams. St. by Post Office

Karen Hodes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. July 20th

and Mrs. David Hodges of Starke. Sixth Grade: Ashley Alday. For more Information, call

Tonya Klein, daughter of Mr. and A-B Honor Roll: Brandi Barrett, Regina Bass, Pam DONNA PARADO 431-11B5

Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke. The 103 students on the A-B honor Baucom, Shanae Blom, Eric Brown, Nightly Weekly MonthlyYou
Kim Lee daughter of Mr. and roll are, by grade: Kim Cumming, Rafael Delestre, DENISE GRIFFIS 964-4561

Mrs. George Lee of Lawtey. April Dicandio, Melissa Frampton,

Wanda Mueller daughter of Mr. Eighth Grade: Terri Bacon, Mindy Gnann, Andy Goodowns, STARKE Will Be Close to: .
and Mrs. Kenneth Mueller of Starke. Tangula Bass, Angie Baucom, Mike Theresa Guthrie, Brad Hamilton,

Selena Norman daughter of Mr. Blalock, Kim Brewer, Michele Bron- Kristin Harrison, Jay Hodge, CHURCH OF GOD Churches, Doctors Offices, Restaurants,

and Mrs. L.M. Norman of SR225. son, Marci Brown, Lilly Burgess, LaTara Jackson, Sharea Myers, 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 Grocery Stores & the Post Office''
Peggy Petteway, daughter of Mr. James Cox, Kim Dukes, Chris Dur- Shane Napier, Wayne Patrick, John Walter F. Montz Pastor
and Mrs. Isaiah Petteway of Starke. ban, Michelle Garcia, Stanley Grif- Robbins, Tyrone Sanders, Colby ,
Kristin Pfenniger, daughter of fis, Idella Hall, Margi Hall, Bill Smith, David Smith. We invite you to worship with us.

ATTENDED NURSERY and Let Mrs. Van Hook show you the
Sunday School . . . 10 I.m Stop By

Mining WonMp . . . 11 a.m. rooms. We're sure you will be delighted.

Ev'nlnglervfcl . . . 8 p.m.

Wsdn.sd.y, Youth ._._._._. . 7:30 p.ny



Legal n __ ."

OF APPLICA You and each of You NOTICE ALUMINUM CRUTCHES The Department gives that BETTY N. WARREN totlve: Richard Welty 1983 FORD LTD relating to:

TION FOR REZONINGAND are h.r.by and herewith (complete with Tips notice of Its intent to desiring' to engage In P.O.Box 995 Starke. CROWN VICTORIA The rexonlng of the.
AMENDMENT OF given notice In accordance NOTICE Is hereby Grips and Pads), and lout( a permit to Mr. G. business under the fictitious Florida 32091Attorn.y 4-door sedan VIN No. following described property

THE LAND USE PLAN with Florida given that on Monday BEDSIDE COMMODES. Jeffery Mines, authorl. name of WW PRO. for Personal ,-2FABP43F9DB136617.- and amending the
An ORDINANCE amending Statutes that the Boardof July 8, 1985 at 10:00: and etc.Bid ed agent for Keystone FESSIONAL OFFICE & Representative: DudleyP. DOICH E. REDDISH Comprehensive Land
the Comprehensive City Commissioners of o'clock A.M.jth. undersigned conditions and Oaks Ltd., to construct a PERSONNEL SERVICES at Hardy P.A. P.O. Sh.rlff.8radfordCo. Use Plan to provide that
Land Use Plan EI.m.nt Starke. Florida, have'' GATORFREIGHTWAYS specifications may be 0.0123 MGD extended 218 Walnut Street Drawer 1030 Stark. 6/27 2tchg 7/04 lands currently zoned A
and Map by Bradford designated the Stark. INC., obtained at Suwannee aeration wastewater Starke, Florida 32091 intends Florida 32091 Telephone: BCT Legals and designated by the
County, Florida In accordance Zoning and Planning wilt.ell at public auction River Economic Council treatment plant with effluent to register the said ((904)) 964.5701NOTICE plan as Agricultural be
with the local Board to conduct a public for cash at 2600 Lloyd Inc.. Administrative Office disposed to an fictitious name with the OF APPLICATION NOTICE I. hereby rezoned to B-3, 'and

Government Comprehensive hearing at a regular Rd., Jacksonville FL, 1001 Nobles Ferry evaporationpeculationpond Clerk of the Circuit Courtof FOR REZONINGAND given that on Monday designated Business-.
Planning Act meeting held at 7:00 one lot of Computing Road, live Oak. Florida serving Keystone Bradford County AMENDMENT OF July 22 1985 at 10:00 Campground, the property
of 1975 a. provided for In P.M., In the City Commission Pap.r, consigned to 32060. Telephone Village Apartments. The Florida. THE LAND USE PLAN o'clock A.M., the undersigned of JAMES A.
Chapt.r 163 of the meeting room, number 9043624115. plant location I. at Cortes Dated at Starke, Brad. An ORDINANCE Gator STELOGEANNIS described -
Nicklos Riccli.-of Pom- am.n.ding
Florida Statutes. Stark. City Hall. Starke, Suwannee River Drive and Balboa ford County. Florida, this the Frelghtways, Inc. will as follows: 38 acres
TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers Florida on Thursday July pano Beach Fl. Economic Council Inc., Avenue, Keystone 17th day of June, A.D. Use Comprehensive'Land Plan Element sell at public auction for off Hwy 301 South (S.
((02.610397 dtd2385))
and other Interested 25. 1985, and make a reserves the right to reject Heights, Bradford County 1985. Betty N. Warren and Bradford cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. Walnut St.) Parcel
to satisfy and Map by
recommendation to the 4230-00000. Section 32,
all bids.Suwannee Florida.Persons Jacksonville Fla.
any or 6/20-7/11 4tchg one
persons.You charges, und.rthe County Florida In accordance
City of Starke Commissioners storage Township 6 South Range
River lot of and
and each of You whose sign posts consigned -
of Section NOTICE OF with the localGovernment
Board provisions APPLICATION of
and the 22 East just Soulh. _
Economic Council. Inc. substantial to UniversitySquare
are hereby and herewith 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Interests are FOR REZONINGAND Comprehensive lewis Timber Co. to be
notice In actor, By: Frances Terry- affected by the Department's Apt. Tampa
day. Bill of lading.,. AMENDMENT Planning Act
Slven OF used for Campgrogn&,,
Jackson Executive Director I; Fla. to satisfy freight and \
with proposed permitting
Florida .THE LAND of 1975 as provided for inChapter ,
BeilrrMiomK.Fla. PLAN
the same sold place at Southern ; ;. 742tchgllIN decision charges, under You areNOTICE furth
that the Board may petition storage Pl
Statutes tope
An 163 of the ,
7:30 P.M. an Ordinance/ ((02-596937 dtd for an administrative ORDINANCE amen the prrovlsions of Sec. that a .
of County Bradford relating to: 3/1/85)); on. lot of PVC THE CIRCUIT COURT proceeding ding the Comprehensive Florida Statutes Lion 4b( ) of Uniform Standard said proposed ORDINANCE
of Land Use Plan TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers '
Pipe, consigned to L.P. FOR BRADFORD Elementand Is available for
(hearing) In accordancewith Bill of Lading.
Florida have Th. of the
County rezoning and other Interested .
Bradford Wholesale Dutr.. PortRlch.y COUNTY Section '120.97 Map by Bradford Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc. your Inspection at the office
designated the following described pro Fla. ((10.278701 FLORIDA. Florida Statutes Th. County Florida In accordance persons. 7/18 of the Director of
Carrier 7/11
County Zoning and Planning perty and amending the dtd 4/30/85)); one lot of PROBATE DIVISIONFile petition must conform to with the local You and each of You Zoning and Planning
Board to conduct a Comprehensive land Government are hereby and herewith NOTICE I.
20 ft. rubrail consignedto Number 85-57-CP the requirements of Comprehensive Bradford County Courthouse
public hearing at a Use Plan to provld. that Cope Coral Marine, Division ((1-3644)) Chapters 17.103 and Planning Act given notice In accor- given that on Monday Stark., Florida.
regular meeting held at land. currently zoned A Cape Coral Fl. 285. Florida Administrative of 1975 as provided far In dance with Florida July 15 1985 at 10.00: Each and every Person

7:00 P.M. In the Council and designated by the ((1 .5452 5 dtd 22785)and ) IN RE: ESTATE OF Code, and Chapt.r 163 of the Statutes that the Boardof o'clock A.M., the under.signed having any Interest

Room of Stark. City Hall plan as Agricultural, be one lot of KD fur. JOE H. MARR Deceased must be filed (received) Florida Statutes County Commissioners Gator whatever In the enactment
Stark., Florida on Tuesday rezoned to B-3, and niture cnnsjaned to In the Office of General TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers of Bradford Frelghtways, Inc. will of this proposed
July 30 1983 and d..lgnated Business, the bator i t-reigntways. Inc.Carrier. NOTICETO Counsel of the Department and other Interested County Zoning and Plan sell at public auction for ORDINANCE should appear
make a recommendation property of FRED ft CREDITORS of Environmental persons. ning Board to conduct a cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. and be heard at the

to the Board of County PATRICIA McELROY. 6/27 Stchg 7/04 (Summary Regulation at 2600 Blair You and each of You public hearing at a Jacksonville, Fla., one time and placed
Commissioners and the described as follows: Administration) Stone Road Twin Towers are her.byand herewith regular meeting held at lot of wall panels consigned prescribed.
Board will consider on 15.89 acres at 1463 S. PUBLIC NOTICE Office given notice In accordance 7:00 P.M. In the Council to Bunkeys Raw BOARD OF City of Stark.

Monday August 12,1985at Walnut St., off Hwy 301 The Bradford County TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Tallahassee,Building.Florida with Florida Room of Starke City Hall Bar Satellite Beach, Fla. COMMISSIONERSBY
the Commissioners South Parcel School Board Starke CLAIMS OR 32301 within fourteen Statutes that the Boardof Starke, Florida, on Tuesday to satisfy freight' and : Director, Starke Zoning .
Room of the Bradford 4229-00000 In Section Florida will hold a Public DEMANDS AGAINST THE ((14)) days of publicationof County Commissioners July 30 1985 and storage charges, under S Planning 7/11
Courthouse, 32 6 South, of make recommendationto the
County Township Hearing on proposed ABOVE ESTATE: this notice. Failure to Bradford a provisions of Section Itchg
Stark. Florida at 10:00: Range 22 East to be used changes In the following hereby file for County Florida have the Board of County 4 (b) of Uniform Standard
You ore a request hearing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
A.M. an Ordinance for designated the Bradford Commissioners and the Bill of Lading.
Board Policies:
further School notified that an Order of within this time period FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
relating to: You are given 6Gx5.37 PERFORMANCE Administrationhas shall constitute waiverof County Zoning and Plan- Board will consider on Gator Frelghtways, Inc.
The rezonlng of the NOTICE that a copy of STANDARDS been entered In the such ning Board to conduct a Monday August 12, 1985 Carrier 7/47/11 ,
following described said OR. any right person public at the CommissionersRoom DIVISIONFile
property proposed hearing at
6Gx3.45 JOB of JOE H. MARR.d.c.a.ed have
estate may to request anadmlnl.trotlv. Bet legalsNOTICE Number 85.4B-CP
and amending DINANCE Is available for regular meeting held at of the Bradford
File Number determination ESTATE OF
Comprehensive Land Inspection at the office will 7:00: P.M.. In the Council County Courthouse IN RE:
your The Public Hearing
8557CP. by the Circuit (hearing) under I. ELIZABETH M. WATKINSDeceased
Use Plan to that of Room of Starke Starke Florida her.bygiven
provide of the Director be held In the School City Hall at 10:00
Section Florida
Court tor Bradford County ; 120.57, that on
land zoned RSF Starke A.M.
currently Zoning and Planning, Room Florida on Tues on Ordinance
Board Meeting Florida Probate Division Statutes July 22, 1985 at 1000: NOTICE OF AD.
and the :
desgtnated by Bradford County Courthous. day July 30. 1985 and relating to:
582 North Temple the address of If a petition Is filed o'clock A.M., the und.r..Ign.d. MINISTRATIONThe
Rural Residential The
make of the

plan as .. Starke. Florida. a recommendationto rezonlng
Avenue at 7:00 P.M. on the hear.
administrative of
which Is North Gator administration
be rezoned to EA. Each and Person the Board of County following described property -
and desglnated Exclusive having every Interest July 1S, 1985. Starke, Florida ing formulae Is designedto Commissioners and the and amending the Frelghtwoys, Inc. will the estate of ELIZABETHM.
Agriculture th.prop.rty any the Copies of the proposed thotjhe total cash value the agency Board will consider Comprehensive Land sell at public auction for WATKINS deceased
whatever In enactment be on
of ANZLE B. of this proposed rule changes may theSuperintendent's of the estate Is action. Accordingly theDepartment's Monday, August 12, 1985 Use Plan to provide that cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. File Number 83-48.CP, Is
obtained at
4770.92 and that the final action land Jacksonville, Fla.. one pending In the Circuit
MEAD described as ORDINANCE should appear office, at the CommissionersRoom currently zoned OR
follows 146 names and addresses of may be different and lot of pillows consignedto Court for Bradford County
: acreslocated and be heard at the 8:00 A.M. and of the Bradford desglnated by the
between : from the position taken Zayres No. Hudson Florida Probate Division
three milesSouth those to whom It has 620
time and place prescrib County Courthouse, plan as Agricultural be
4:00 P.M., Monday by It In this Fla. the address of
preliminary to ,
of Keystone East of ed. Friday. been assigned by such Stark., Florida at 10:00: rezoned to RO anddesglnated satisfy
and North of Ct. through order are statement. Therefore, freight and storage which Is Bradford County
Hwy 21 BOARD OF City of Starke : A.M. an Ordinance Of.
This notice is In compliance
who not object charges, under the Courthouse, Starke,
Rd. 214. Parcel COMMISSIONERSBY .Vlcie M. Norman Route persons may relating to: flee/Residential the property provisions
with F.S. Chapter
6205-00000 In Section 36, : Director. Starke Zon- 120.54. 1. Box 984 lawtey Fl.: to the propo.edag.ncv The rezonlng of the of GILBERT Q. of Section 4b( ) of Florida. The names and
wishto Uniform Standard addresses of the
Township B South Range Ing C. Planning 7/11 Jim Duncan, Superintendent Janie Knlghton 3033 Intervene action In may the following described pro CROSLEY. described as Lading. Bill of personal and
22 East to put propertyIn Itchg Simpson Drive, pro perty and amending the follows: Ten ((10)) acres representative
Agricultural classification. Bradford County Schools Charlotte, N.C.; Louise ceeding. A petition for flied Comprehensive Land located six miles South Gator Frelghtwoys' Inc. the personal representative's
be Carrier
McCroney Route 1, Box Intervention must Use Plan to provide that of Starke off East side of 7/117/18 attorney are set

You are further given NOTICE OF NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1668, Caryvllle, Fl.; Rule pursuant to at Model leastfive land currently zoned OR Hwy 301 South, Parcel NOTICE OF APPLICA. forth All below.Interested
NOTICE that a copy of SHERIFF'S SALE REGISTER FICTITIOUS Katherine Norman 285.207 the and designated by the 0982-00000. 'In Section TION FOR REZONINGAND personsare
sold proposed OR. NAME Route 1 Box 984, final((5)) days before be filed plan as Agricultural be 25, Township 7 South. AMENDMENT OF required to file with
DINANCE Is available for Notice Is hereby given Pursuant to Section Lawtey Fla. with hearing the and of rezoned to I I.. anddesignated Range 21 East to be used THE LAND USE PLAN this court WITHIN THREE

your Inspection at the office that I I. Dolph E. Reddish 865.09, Florida Statutes, All persons ore required Administration Department 2009 Industrial, for Offlce/Reslden- An ORDINANCE amending MONTHS OF THE FIRST
of the Director of sheriff of Bradford file the ttal. PUBLICATION OF THIS
as to with the property DAVID L. the Comprehensiveland
Zoning and Planning City County. Florida under that notice the Is hereby undersigned given clerk of said court. Apalochee Tallahassee Parkway Florida McKIBBEN described as You are further given Use Plan Element NOTICE: ((1)) all claim.agaln.t .
Hall and virtue of Writ of WITHIN ; follows NOTICE that of the estate and
ThompsonStreet. by WILLIAM DAVID 3 CALENDAR officer : Approximately a copy and Map by City of
Starke. Florida. Execution to-wit: CRAVEN sole own.r.doing MONTHS FROM TIME OF 32301.has If no hearing assigned ten ((10)) acres out of said proposed ORDINANCE Starke, Florida In accordance ((2)) any objection by an
Each and w.ry person Execution Issued out business under the THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF filed Parcels 4936-00100 and Is available for with the local Interested person on
the be
having any Interest of County Court of Brad firm name of STARKE CY THIS NOTICE allclaims with petition the Is to 4876-00000 In Sections 19 your Inspection at the office Government Comprehensive whom this notice was
whatever In the enactment ford Florida the Department'sOffice 20. of the Director of served that challenges
County CLE 1640 S. Walnut St. against estateIn G.n.ralCoun..I. Township 7 South Planning Act
of this proposed pursuant to a Final Starke, Fl. 32091. intendsto the form and manner of Blair Stone Range 22 East located Zoning and Planning City of 1975 as provided for In the validity of the will
ORDINANCE should appear Judgement for Louise register said fictitious prescribed by Section ,2600 four miles South of Hall ThompsonStreet Chapter 163 of the the qualifications of the
and be heard at the Knight of Storke Florida under the 733.703 of the Florida Road Tallahassee.Florida Starke off Ct. Rd.221 and Starke. Florida. Florida Statutes.TO personal representative,
time and place prescribeBOARD and against James Addison name aforesaid statute. Statutes and Rule 5.490 32301., Failure to North of Hampton to put Each and every person : All CItizen., Taxpayers venue, or jurisdiction of
ed. defendant In the of the Florida petition to 1ntery.newithin the In the having Interest the court.
Dated this 19 day of Rules of timeframe property same any and other Interested
OF BRADFORD amount of $600.00 Probate and Guardianship the allowed classification as adjoining whatever In the enactment Persons. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
A.D. 1985 In Bradford
COUNTY COMMIS- together with costs of June 6/20 4tpd Procedure.All constitutes such awalv.r ten acres and to use of this proposed You and each of You NOT SO FILED
SIONERS collection. 7/11 CLAIMS AND of any right for Industrial purposes.You ORDINANCE should appear are hereby and herewith WILL BE FOREVER BAR-
BY: Gilbert S. Brown Hove seized and haveIn DEMANDS NOT SO FILED person has to request a ore further given and be heard at the given notice In accordance RED.
G.S. Brown 7/111tchg my possession the WILL BE FOREVER BAR. hearing under NOTICE that a copy of time and place prescrib with Florida Publication of this
described RED. 120.57 Florida Statutes.The said ed. Notice has begun on July
following personal INVITATION TO BID Is proposed OR. Statutes that the Board
property to-wlt: Suwannee River Publication of this application.. Inspectlon DINANCE Is available for BOARD Of BRADFORD of City Commissioners of 3. 1985.
available ;
NOTICE OF APPLICA 1968 FORD PICK-UP.! VIN Economic Council Inc., Notice has begun. on during for public: normal your Inspection at the office COUNTY COMMIS. Stark., Florida have Personal Represen-
June 27 1983. of the Director of SIONERS the
F25ACD designated Starke
TION FOR REZONINGAND No. hereby announces business hour., 8:00
of the TERENCE M. BROWN Zoning and Planning City BY: Gilbert' Brown, Zoning and Planning
the of
AMENDMENT OF As property allocation approximately a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Mon-
THE LAND USE PLAN above named defendantand $20,000. for the Attorney day through Friday except Hall. Thompson Clerk 7/l11cba. Board to conduct a public CELEBRATEAMERICA
the TERENCE M. BROWN. PA Street Starke, Florida. hearing at
Monday a
An ORDINANCE amen- that on purchase of health care legal holidays at TO WHOMIT regular
of July, 1985 at P.O. Drawer 40 Each and every person meeting held at 7:00
ding the Comprehensive 22nd day equipment. the Department of Environmental MAY CONCERN:
land Us. Plan Element 2:00: p.m. on said day on Sealed bids will be Starke, Fl 32091'T.I.phon.1 Regulation having any Interest PUBLIC SALE P.M.; In the;.City Commission -
and City of the premises of the Brad received In the Administrative Northeast District Office whatever In the enactment OF PATROL VEHICLESThe meeting roam
). Florid .ford County Jail I will of. Office of ((904)964-8272) Jackson of this proposed Stark. City Hall. Starke.
S rk.. In accordance 3426 Bills Rood
i with the local f.r for sale and sell to Suwannee River .6/27 2tchg 7/04 "vllle.", Florida 32207. 7/3 ORDINANCE should op- Bradford County Florida, en Thursday Ju
i Government Cam the highest bidder for 'Economic Council; Inc., -- Itchg pear and be heard at the Sheriffs Office will sell recommendation make a .

prehenslve Planning Act m.h In hand. the above until 4:30: P.M., E.S.T..on ... time and place prescrib' the following described la the .

., of 1979 os provided In described property of July 16. 1983. for the State of FloridaDepartm.nt NOTICE Of(INTENTION ed.BOARD OF BRADFORD vehicle ,to the highest City of Starke Commissioners

Chapter 163 of the said defendant to satisfythe following Items: of En. TO REGISTER r'FICTITIOUS" COUNTY bidder on Friday; July 12, and the Board
Florida Statute' aforesaid Execution. WHEELCHAIRS. TUB vlronmentalRegulallOllNotlc. NAMEPURSUANT COMMISSIONERS 1985 at 3:00 p.m. Placeof will consider on Tues

t TO: All 0'1 Izeas, ..Taxpayer DOLPH E. REDDISH GRAB BARS WALKERS of Proposed ,to Section sale: Bradford County day August 6, 1985 at
and other Interested Sheriff Bradford Co. BATH/SHOWER SEATS. Agency Action on Permit 865.09. Florida Statutes, BY) Gilbert S. Brown Jail. Vehicle may be Inspected the same sold place at
( Persons) 6/214tchg 7118 NARROW BASE CANES Application notice Is hereby given 7/11 'Itchg prior to sale 7:30 P.M. an Ordinance .


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Bubba Mullis sneaks past to first while the ball heads for second in I
T-Ball contest Jarrod Kersey keeps his eye on the ball as he swings for the fence in ported by proud parents in the background. .
Monday. T-Batl action Monday. The little ones are more than adequately sup-

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J. :" .." ,,). '" .: Pop Warner Football Signups Set
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/ Fall is not that far away and the for the teams. this year, Mighty-Mites, Junior Pee-
ij Bradford County Pop-Warner Foot- Age limits are 7 to 14 and there are Wees, Pee-Wees, Junior Midgetsand
: tt't; .. -' I .;. ball Association is out recruiting for weight categories as well. Accor- Midgets. Complete informationwill
fi' ,. ....... i- this year's grid-iron program. ding to H.F. Wiggins, Pop Warner be available at registrationtime.
.. commissioner, the weight ranges .
.. _... Registration is set for Saturday have changed this year, and he did For the older set, there are still
J July 20 and July 27 in front of the not have the new figures at press coach and cheerleader sponsor slots
t T.G. and Y. store in the Bradford time. available.
; Square Shopping Center. The desks Registration fees will have to be For further information contact
.. .Ls '- will be manned from 9 a.m. until 2 paid by August 1 when practice Larry Noegel, president, 964-7354,
4 .. .i1 p.m. each day. There is a $35 fee begins at the Edwards Road Com H.F. Wiggins,commissioner,964852or
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M1.i to participate this year. plex. Shelia Padgett, cheerleader coor-
ri vIM4. YYf I Cheerleaders are also in demand There are five team categories dinator, 9645753.

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Rec. Dept. Hosts Softball TourneyThe

Starke Recreation Depart- Entry fee is $75, two Red Stitched be enforced, Ms. Godwin says. us assist you with your. .... __
ment will sponsor the Men's Church ASA approved softballs, and a copyof Deadline for entry is Friday, July -:-:
Sub-District Slow Pitch Softball each team's ASA Roster. Pleasebe 12. The draw will be made Monday,
Tournament July 19 and 20 at the sure the manager's phone July 15.Mail.
number (work & home) is on the Invitations
Edwards Road Complex in Starke. entry fee to: Starke Recrea-
roster, and make checks payable to: tion Department, P.O. Box 1146,
Trophies will be awarded to the Starke Recreation Department, Starke, Fl., 32091.Tournament .
top two teams, which will also advance asks Recreation Director Cheryl if
to the District Tournament.The Godwin. Director is Cheryl.
tournament is sanctioned Complete matching uniforms Godwin. Phone 9646792. Office
Amateur Softball Association (tithe alike in color, trim, and style, andcaps hours 8:30: a.m. 5:30 p.m., Monday
will will be played under ASA riles. are required. This rule WILL through Friday. Bride's Book .lfI/I )


Jr. Recreation Softball Results ::1 Garters r ,

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triple, and hand: Woods a double. : for the Padres. r'
Cubs 12 A's 3 9 Place Cards {
The Cubs rolled over the A's 12-3 in Royals 14 A's 4 Cubs 10 Twins 7 -

Jr. Softball action for boys and girls The Royals rolled to a 14-4 win The Cubs eased past the Twins 10-7( ir
ages 9-13 July 2. over the A's Jul July 5. & Mats .a
Blake Thomas had a triple, with Leading the = attack were Leading the Cubs were: Andy
Gary Brewer, Monika Williams,and Jim Ivey 4-4, can 3-4 with a Crews 3-4 with 2 doubles, Bryan g
Chris Burgin hitting doubles for the triple,and John Loper 2-3 with a tri Crews 3-4 with a double, Gary 9 0 0&
winners. Brewer 2-4 with a double and triple, ChampagneGlasses
Brad Neighbors had a triple andAndy ple.For the A's, Jay Groves was 3-4. and Blake Thomas 2-4 with 2 a
Huggins a double for the A's. Cathy Jackson 3-4 with a double,and doubles. .
Andy Huggins 2-4 with a double. For the Twins, Ben Hawkins was
3-4 with a double and triple and
Chanda Woods 2-4 with a double.Royals .
Twins 19 Padres 10 Royals 17 Padres 6 Knives
The Twins came out on top of a 14 A's 4
The Royals pounded out 28 hits in
the Padres July 3.
19-10 slugfest
The Royals defeated the Twins
the Padres 17-6 July 5.
had home run, beating
Bula a
Brittany 10-5( in action July.
the Royals at the plate
Eric Brown a triple and a double, were Leading: Scott Duncan 5-5 with a dou- Bo Johns went 3-3 with a triple, Ring Bearer'sPIUoW
Darren Evans and Kyle double ble, Don Roberts 4-9 with 2 doubles Devin Wheeler 3-4 with a double, '
triples and Jill Strickland a Jennifer Johns 3-4 with a triple, andJim Jim Ivey 2-3 with a triple, and Scott
for the Twins. 34. Duncan homered for the winners.I I
For the Padres, Christ! Harrison'doubles 3 Ivey_ was 2-4 with a double, Kristy Harrison was 2-4 for the
had a home run, Ben Chan Twins.
Paul Smith a double and a and Woods 2-3 with a triple


State to Issue Six-Year Drivers License I \ I

year years prior renewal.. "The result of the new law is that THE
The State will begin issuing "
everybody pays the same fee,
driver licenses July 1, according to Mellon said. "At renewal time, the OFFICE
Leonard R. Mellon, executive of Highway director .Also"effective l _July 1. the liceij e- safe driver will simply get more for .
of the Department fee has been increased to$15 for both the money than the driver who does SHOP
.Safety and Motor, Vehicles. 4 and 6-year licenses and to $5 for not maintain a clean record. The
"" P obtaining their first duplicate licenses. Chaffeur licenses State is taking this step to provide I
arsons, and drivers who will no longer cost more that some tangible recognition and now. coil st., I
Floridamaintained conviction-free Operator licenses and the $3 examination benefit to those people who have
three a prior to fee has been eliminated. shown that they are law-abiding, 964-5764
record for the years "
safe drivers, he concluded.For .
renewal will be issued the new The $4 fee for authorization to further Information, contact Starke F.kJ| ._ .
6-year licenses. to eligiblelFlorida operate a motorcycle and the addi Major Clay W. Keith,Director,Divi- -
will still be issued convicted of a tional|4 for the first Florida license sion of Driver Licenses, at ((904) I
driven who have ..
remain in effect. 488-5310. -
the three
traffic violation within

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Win Dixie Tourney SALESSERVICi

Fighting back from a second game Lr----------------- ------ L-J; RENTALS-TAPES

loss to Keystone Heights the Starke w :
Dixie Youth Minor League All-Stars _
finally won the District Chamionship -- .. ---.. --
Tournament. f
During the five game series a s

Starke winning played all but Keystone the Initial three meeting.times i Our Movies are Still 3 for $50099c

They demolished the Lake City
American League 18-1 and slipped Special on WednesdayRent
past Middleburg National 9-7 on
their way to winner's circle. ,
For the five game series the All' Saturday Return Monday
Stars drove in 61 runs while only .
giving-up 26 to their opponents. No Deposit No Membership
Right hander Chris Snow threw for
13 Innings with only one run against
him. Defense was led by Stephen PANASONIC
McLeod catcher.on first and Shannon Kellyat PORTABLE

All-Stars 18, Lake City 1 "" an ?

In a lopsided win the Starke All-
Stars dropped a landslide onto the
Lake City American League 18-1 fora 4a
first game win. VHS and
It seemed Lake (Otv ..?iaJ?

anything right, walking 18 with ,
Starke scoring almost at will. Well : Panasonic
placed hits and good base runningwere :

the key to the All-Stars win in ;1 ..
their opening outing.
Chris Snow had a great game, CameraThe
striking out 10,walking three and on-
ly allowing three hits. --
Best Money
Starke 3, Keystone 4 _

In game number two Keystone Can -- -
edged past Starke by one run, givingthe Buy...
All-Stars their initial loss.It .
was a well played low scoring x e j

game with Starke being held to only Ace Pitcher Chris Snnw $ ;)n _
____ ,. $ At
seven hits and three runs. --- -------
On Sale This Weekend
Starke 8, Middleburg 7 score at 7-7 when Coleman' and the tale of who would be the tourna-
In a real cliff-hanger 'it was Smith went home. With the winningrun ment winner.
Starke 5 and Middleburg 5 at the end on third Michael McKinney Panasonic VHS T-120
of four innings in the third game of bunted down the first' baseline allowing Starke 6, Keystone 2 ,prrvn
the series before the All-Stars went the wifining/Tun. to cross the Playing for all the marbles, the
onto win in the bottom of the plate. Starke All-Stars and the Keystone TapesQuality
seventh. All-Stars battled to a 6-2 win for
Middleburg put two on the boardin Starke 25, Keystone 12 Starke and the District Championship. Tapes
the fifth inning making the score In a wild game the All-Stars knew 7.99
7-5 in their favor. Starke held themin they had to win to stay alive in the Taking the first two innings, =wN Reg.
the top of the sixth knowing they tournament so' they beat Keystone Michael McKinney held Keystone to
only had one more chance to pull it 2512. / two runs. He was relieved by Chris Sale 5.99
out.To The key to the win was Keystone Snow who went the last four innings,
start things off in the bottom of walking iff of the All-Stars batters, blanking Keystone with no hits or
the sixth for the All-Stars Bubba while at the same time giving up 12 runs.
Coleman drew a walk. Jason Smith hits. Even though Starke allowed in The pitching tied with the defen- Panasonic _-
hit a double putting Coleman in 11 runs for Keystone they just sive play of Stephen McLeod, Chris ,
scoring position on third. Shannon couldn't match the 25 scores by the Wise and Shannon Kelley led the
Kelley knocked a stand-up triple yfll-Stars. Starke All-Stars to a 6-2 win over 1225 VHS
down the first baseline, tying the .'. The fifth and final game would tell Keystone. t:=

I One Event t-': I D 1

. County Reps. Get Legislative Report 14 Day Timer ,r ,"" .J'--" =

i Wired o22!
Some 40 representatives from 14 Union County was represented by Article Five funding increases !
counties gathered in/Union County Commissioners Fred Cox Paul with changes in court costs. The bill Remote
last Wednesday, Jane 26, to hear Riherd, Dale. Smith and Sidney imposes additional court costs' of Cash & Sat. Cash Only! Fri & Sat.
reports on ".ba}-tne legislature did. Todd. $200 on those persons who are found "
to us and for us.f Bradford County was representedby guilty of felony offenses or $SO od GASH ONLY Fisher Fisher
Commission Chairman Maxie personsbuna guilty" of 'criniin&f, -

John Thomas of the State Associa- Carter, Jr. traffic offenses or misdemeanors. Friday & Saturday Model 810 Reg. 459 Model 71 5 deg. 439
tion of,County Commissioners of Other counties represented included Revenues flow back to county
Florida opened the session which Alachua, Baker, Clay Columbia, governments in the same proportionin
took place in the commission Gilchrist, Lake, Madison, Putnam, which they were generated by
meeting at the courthouse in Lake Sumter, Suwannee, St. Johns and each county. Revenues are to be ex- $36900 $429 $399. .
,Butler. Taylor. pended for costs incurred by the I
several of the State Attorneys and Public
"We're here to report what the counties represented involves coun- Defenders during the course of
Legislature has done to you and for ty jails.A litigation, such as travel expenses
you," Thomas said. court reporter costs,depositions and
bill passed this session would Rent A Panasonic
also overhead costs for office space.
allow counties to levy a localoptiontax After the State and Public
Kurt A. Spitzer, the association's Attorney .
legislative coordinator, reportedthat correctional for the construction of a county Defender costs are fully funded, :-T
facility. :
the Legislature authorized moneys remaining int he trust fund Recorder
counties to levy a fifthand sixth- Another bill revised and increasedthe are allocated to fund Medical Examiners .
cent local option gas tax. That bill salaries for elected constitu- costs.The bill is expected to e f 24-Hours Mon. thru Thurs.
also provided that the third through tional officers. The sheriff and generate in excess of$25 million an- I
sixth cent could be bonded up to 30 superintendent of schools will now nually,
years. have the same salary. The salary of OO !
A bill was passed which allows $2
the clerk, property appraiser and
The growth-management bill was county governments to levy, by ordinance I
tax collector are now identical and
explained by Bill Roberts, theassociation's
fees on telephone servicesto $3500
slightly less than the sheriff and p
environmental pay for the capital cots of 911 Fri. & Sat.
superintendent. ,;
specialist. He concluded that the sytems or "enhanced" 911 systems.
legislative action in this year's ses-
sion will help counties guide growth, Thomas said commissioners and Thomas said the Legislature has -
and added that most of the changeswere elected officials from Jefferson changed the approach from telling Panasonic -
positive. County east in North Florida were counties what they can do to telling :
invited to attend the rural legislativecaucus
with counties what they can't do.
Roberts said developments
held in Union County's cour- SOUND SYSTEM
will be closely
regional impact more thouse. Another change is to leave tax in-
monitored by regional planning creases to the counties by allowing
councils due to the new definitionsfor The overview also included infor- local-option gas and sales taxes. Quality Speakers S _
this type of development. mation about funding changes and
An enV 'onmentalti"ill relating to increases in tax collector fees.A The problem arises when the E! c.=

landfills requires that the state Department of Revenue has to a t-d.42.-3 *
Department of Environmental Senate Bill significantly in- divide tax revenuse among the 67 Q
Regulations adopt rules regarding creases fees that tax collectors are counties that have different tax Tuner x --
landfill construction and closure permitted to charge for various rates. 3
that are based on performance stan- state licenses. Should save significant Rich Woodgrain Cabinet
dards at specific sites. portion of the financial responsibility Another bill affects counties by requiring -
Several of the counties' for the tax collector's office that Local Government Reg. $44900Sale
represented at the meeting are fac- from county ad valorem tax to the Comprehensive Planning Acts be
ing large expenses to meet DER new revenues generated by increased amended by Dec. I, 1987. Land use
regulations for the disposal of gar- fees. The new fees are expeced to maps must also be prepared to show
bage in landfills. generate $24.5 million in 1985-86. conservation plans. i ;''I

I Refuge Hunt Information Available $39900This N.

Tallahassee--The state's each year through 1990. S "haus' swallowtail butterfl r"by
knowledge of certain snakes,turtles, Research projects made possibleby Dr. Thomas Emmel, University of
songbirds and many other creatureswill the grants will focus on a varietyof Florida Gainesville, Fl.
be greatly awarded by the subjects including red-headed ."Human and natural causes of Weekend
Game and Fresh Water Commis woodpeckers, gopher tortoises mor- marine turtle nest and hatchling I
sion's Nongame Wildlife Program tality of marine turtle hatchlings, production on an important Florida
(NWP). eastern diamondback rattlesnakes nesting beach," by Dr. Llewellyn
The nongame program, initiatedlast and the only butterfly on the state's Ehrhart, University of Central All Radios & Stereos in Stock l

year, Is intended to direct con- endangered species list-the Schuas Florida. Orlando, Fl. ,
servation attention to many wildlife swallowtail, according to Cox. "Snags and cavity-nesting birdsin
species which have not yet received Other projects include a status Florida pine forests," by Dr. 10 % 1
such attention. report on carnivorous plants, a Wayne Marion and Timothy Off
"One of the first facets of the program management study of longleaf pine O'Meara University of Florida, -
will be to learn enough facts forests and a guide to Florida mam- Gainesville, Fl. J
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about nongame animals to an- mals. ecology
ticipate their future managementneeds "Information gathered from these eastern diamondback rattlesnake" Headquarters
," said Jim Cox, NWP projects will benefit more than Just by Dr.'Bruce Means, Coastal Plains Car Radio aWe
biologist. "This first step will be accomplished the scientific community," Cox said. Institute, Tallahassee Fl. "
through wildlife "Much of it will be used to help ."Status and management o( have a good selection of: i
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research. teach our citizens Florida's carnivorous
The 1984 Legislature set aside Florida's wealth of unique wildlife." munities," by Dr, Sharon plant Hermann com-, RADIOS EQUALIZER BOOSTERS SPEAKERS
money to fund wildlife research and "Most improtantly. Cox added Tall Timbers Research Station,
education projects. These research "these projects should provide the Tallahassee Fl."Nongame.
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educators throughout the state. tions." management demonstration area,"
"A total of 33 grant proposals with The NWP is funding the following by Dr. Larry Landers Tall Timbers
requests for over $1 million were grants in fiscal year 1984-83: Research. Station, Tallahassee, Fl.
received by the Commission for "Book on the natural ecosystemsof "Restoration and management of
fiscal year 1984-85 and 14 of them Florida" by Dr. Ronald Myers, fire-adapted communities: an experimental HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSBradford
were selected for funding," Cox Archbold Research Station, Lake study of longleaf pine
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S85 000 this year and some of themwili '. ."Status survey and habitat requirements Timbers Research Station,
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crowd to Keystone Heights,;

ByMarkFrledlln crossed the finfsh line in the

BCT Staff Writer 90-degree-plus heat which descended
Spectacularly beautiful fireworks on the area in another typical Ju-
exploding over the waters of Lake ly day in North Florida.

Geneva in cascades of flames and The biggest cheers went for
color made a fitting climax last some of the local winners, who com-
Thursday July 4th as thousands of
qLATh descended peted against the nearprofessionalrunners
." people on Keystone in the event and came out on
annual bash The Our
for its
top. Several of the top place
Country Day finishers included runners of high-

school age or younger.
this year's
Sparking The Baby Crawl came next, as the
celebrationand Coun-
keeping Clay
"apples of their mothers eyes"crawled
ty deputies working throughout the
rolled and tumbled their
v traffic control) of the
day on was one
way across a "raceway" made up of
crowds to descend
largest ever on
a large, soft blanket. It was a scene
: this small community,which hosts a
where the winning edge in many of.
variety of events, including a parade
+M'k the races was by a nose, or a diaper,
and July
ski show each -
a professional ,
yPh. Fourth. as the tiny tykes made their way
: across the finish line

The big parade was next an ex-
With other festivities going on in traveganza of honking horns, wild

larger nearby cities, including and wacky cars and clowns, colorful
Gainesville, Jacksonville and St. floats and the Shriners, of course.
Augustine, one might wonder why Those shriners now how to put on a
such a large number of people make first class parade and they did just
their way down to the Lake Regionto that, as about 18 units from various

celebrate. locations turned out for the fun and
"You've got the lakes, you've got festivities and a wild processiondown
the skiiing, the parade, the kids just Lawrence Blvd.
love it," said James Hilharn, a Our Country Day Grand MarshallJo
Jacksonville resident who with his
Reed led the way, sitting atop her
wife was in the process of unloadingan sparkling white Cadillac convertiblewith
excited group of youngsters out of
a dainty parasol, as a
a large, overloaded station wagon city and county VIP's waved to
.. .. parked near the public beach at the big crowds.
J .. Lake Geneva. "We ve been coming The floats builders were competing -
6 .. here for the Fourth of July for about for trophies and the winners
five years now and it seems to get
included: the Keystone heights
better each year. float best
Jaycees for the pertainingto
"We like the fireworks!" the kids the Theme of this year's parade -

shouted in unison, making some of "Just An Old Fashioned Fourth",
their best explosion noises, and that The Keystone State Bank as Most
seemed to sum it up best.It Original with KH resident Clint
was a day for the younger set, Reed making a dashing Uncle Sam,
an old-fashioned celebration com- the Melody Boys for the Best
plete with baby crawls, giant trucks Musical float, the Westconnett
.driving over a pair of parked cars-- Shrtaers as the Bftlt Overall. the ''
Cavorting clowns and the famous Keystone Cops as thd"BlJtMarchlng! (
"Keystone Kops", who scampereddown Unit, and the "Strong Stuff" truck
the street pulling some of their with builder Joey Loper of Mid-
best and funniest capers to the dJeburg as Best Motorized.
delight of the large crowds lining Following the parade, Loper and a
Lawrence Blvd. large crowd of truck lovers went
., ,s u.h.dOn ; over to a large field near the Clay
Of course there was plenty of Electric Co-operative for a car-
sights for the older set as well. smashing demonstration.Two .
"This has got to be the best July older model "junkyard
4th I've ever been to," exclaimedone specials" were parked side by side

) elderly gentleman watchingwith and Loper promptly 1 proceeded to
great interest as a group of demonstrate the traction power of

statuesque aerobic his $30,000 rig and it's large,oversize
instructorsGeorgia( McFadden and tires as he "climbed" up on the
Dana Batts of Keystone Heights) trunks of the two cars, up over the
and some of their skilled students roofs, and down across the hoods in
whirled their way through a dance- dramatic shower of glass and metal.
J excercise routine as his wife tugged Meanwhile another crowd was

( rather impatiently at his sleeve. gathering down on the shores of
"It's got it alf"! Lake Geneva as members of the professional
it +t ? r Fun Run and 3 K Races Begin DayA group the Gatorland Ski

''. 1,<:',.'! large, competive group of run- .Club, prepared to go through their
q '"j: ..ij \," "'".. 7., ners, over 140 of them, from as far some of their breathtaking routines.
away as Southern Georgia and
Orlando, lined in the early morning There were beautiful girls skiing
light along Lake Geneva to take part backwards, trick skiing and in for-

i : in the Annual Our Country Day3mile mations, including a dangerous
: and one-mile Fun Runs. It "pyramid" that brought ooohs and
was the largest crowd ever for the ahhhs from the large crowd lining
rj competition and they streamed out the public beach.
quickly, a blur of running shoes and
color. Then came the guys with

__ : The races were smoothly and professionally barefoot skiiing, including a 15-foot
j ., w ; run by Run ChairmanJim "drop start" off a platform by three
sM1'4 s?,, J Gq Nt Winn, a highly skilled runner skiiers who rebounded off the backof
himself who has put in the long their wetsuits in a shower of
hours oft#organization it takes to produce spray, then came up out of the water
: such an event, and Hospice of behind the pull of a powerful "Ski
the Lakes Chairperson Bettye Nautlque" powerboat and went
Zowarka who said the amount of out- around a full circle skiiing on
of-town competitors was greater nothing but the soles of their feet to a
than ever for Doth events. large round of applause.The .
The crowd let out a big cheer for -
all the winners at the big trophy fun-filled day came to
presentation minutes after the brilliant and fitting end as the sun

races,and minutes after many of the went down and the fireworks, over
contestants received a complimentary $3,000 worth, began exploding in the
dousing from a water hose set night sky, a great climax to one of
up behind the city hall after they the biggest celebrations of the year.

Florida Folk Festival is
b u 4y tir" I

: ___ Real Summer Treatskills

at the Center in the
months under to the Depart-
demonstrations a grant
first in a series of eight -
Florida folk artists will ment of State's Florida Folklife Programs
National Endow-
from the
begin Monday, July 15, through Friday -
ment for the Arts. The grant -
Foster pro-
July 19, at the Stephen
Center vides funds to increase the visibility,
State Folk Culture an-
recognition, and understanding of
of State George
traditional Florida folk artists.

Firestone."The demonstration will feature The series calendar will spotlight
t traditional Seminole Indian Seminole basketmaking; Mexican

sweetgrass basketmaker Betty Mae pinata making; Anglo river boat
i Jumper of Hollywood." building; Cuban cigar rolling;
Japanese paper folding; Viet-
ft. Mrs Jumper has been making namese and Hungarian woodcarving -

sweetgrass baskets for over 50 ; and Ukrainian egg decorating.The .
,r years. Her mother introduced her to public is invited to attend
the craft when she was eight years these demonstrations at the Stephen
.. old. She gathers all the materials us- Foster Center located on U.S. 41 in
ed in the construction of her baskets, White Springs, 12 miles north of
including sweetgrass and cabbage Lake City an 3 miles east of 1-75, via
palm fibers, from nearby woods.In SR 136. Admission will be the

o .. addition to her skill as a basket- regular gate fee of 50 cents per per
.. is wellknownas son, over the age six
.. 1.'.(( .". :;'1 f' maker Mrs. Jumper
: .. 'ir' in- For information contact:
: r r ) a storyteller and an excellent more
......, ;, "tJ': ." {'.,, .nt. .,' terpreter of the Seminole Indian Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs
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0" 0 .. ,. .. ., ', culture. Box 265, White Springs,
t # '<" .T..... ., ,'', Folk artists from all parts of the Florida 32096, or call (904) 397-2192
: '" state will be demonstrating their or (904)) 3972733.t .


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1 Rick Farr and Tim Morris of Electro-Tech Corporation stand atop Electro-Tech and Crosley's Tom Derkman.
just a small portion of the giant sound built for the group"Alabama" At right, Derkmanon( the left) and Tim Morris, who runs the corn-
I by Crosley Manufacturing Corporation near Starke. pany's sound and lighting operation in Nashville, check out some of
: The two technicians were directing the wiring if the 14,000 Ib.stage the massive hydralic lifters used under the stage for elevation.
1 and are assisted on the ground by Dave Zammit Chief Engineer for
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Local Company's Biggest Challenge...

itI': Soundstage for "Alabama" a Real Experience for Crosley Corp.Mark I IBy

Frledlin Crosley had already delivered especially when they specialists at four different sections which would stage apparatus. success at the Alabama concert in
BeT Staff Writer several small "Track'n Buddy" Electro-Tech came up with quite a have been put together on site at After construction,which included Gainesville.And .
!i Kirby Crosley, Vice-President of trailers to the firm,which were used few modifications even after work each concert," Crosley explained. welding and wiring a maze of electrical was the experience a benefitto :
Crosley Manufacturing Corporation, for hauling hundreds of pounds of had already begun on the project." "Then the designers at ElectroTechtold connections into the metal the company?
an equipment trailer builder located giant amplifiers across the outdoor The sound is "a monster" inCrosley's us it would be easier to have just framework, the whole set-up had to "We {earned quite a bit from the
I south of Starke on U.S. 301, knew he arenas and sound stages where the words stage hulk one unit. It was easier-for them.We be precisely leveled,with each of its project, it was frustrating at times
and his company were in for a uni- concerts Now the a 14,000 pound 35 extension but it also
were staged. that unfolds into four were already well into the actual plus legs adjusted downto was a lot of fun for
que experience. technicians at Electro-Tech had a floor sections. The huge stage construction when they made the re the inch, then matched up with the everyone here," Crosley said. 'Wi
different project in mind, one that stages come quest." other legs to ensure a level base for all got free Alabama concert tickets
locked the roadie
Crosley had flown to Houston to .would stretch the ingenuity of the together are by the group's sound and lighting equip- and dealing with some of the l
crew at each concert, and then
meet with technicians from Electro- the Crosley Corp. to the limits. are The stage was completed in about ment. characters that worked for Electro
raised, with
Tech Corporation, one of a handful giant electrically two months of work by the rapidly Tech and the group Itself was in
of companies who's business is show The project? powered hydralic pistons from a growing Crosley staff of about 38 The stage sections interlock as teresting,to say the least. I It was tru
business creating the maze of elec- The super-group Alabama, a feet three off foot the traveling height up to six employees and transported to rods installed on the corners of the ly a one-of-a-kind project for us, but
trical connections,wiring and banks country-rock group with many ground. Florida Field in Gainesville where sections drop into pockets, or it did give us some good experience
lights for high powered musical platinum albums and legions of "With a large crowd, you want the the Group was playing at the time. grooves built into each side of the The only difficult thing about doing
groups to thrill their fans at large devoted fans across the country, stage to be well off the ground for The truck used to haul the stage wasa stage.The. it was the large amount of regular
concerts wanted a mobile, hydraulically maximum visibility," Crosley said. custom-designed F-700 Ford semi, stage set-up is as mobile as business we had coming in at tile
powered sound stage on which to put "Also, there is the security factor to a huge rig with extra carrying any 14,000 pound, metal creation same time. It was a challenge for,,us
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I I" News Briefs Talmadge Lamar Pressley, 30, of Raymond Smith of Lawtey was ar- John Cecil McKinney,20,of Starke July 4 for disorderly' intoxication, "
Starke was charged with robbery rested July 6 for no valid driver was arrested July 9 for driving while according to Deputy Eugene Lee
: and petty theft following an investigation license, according to Patrolman license suspended, according to Bond was set at$200, he was released
into the midnight robbery Paul Rhoden. SlI th' was released Patrolman W. C. Reno. McKinneywas on his own recognizance
Starke Man Dies The vehicle, a 1930 Ford driven by of the service station. Witness after a $75 cash bond was posted. released on his own
In Randall A. Wainwright 26, of testimony and a photo lineup lead to recognizance.
Tuesday AccidentA Hawthorne,was westbounf on CR-18 thin July 1 arrest of Pressley, said Emmitt Edward Mote, 44, of Joseph Rudolph Crews of Jacksonville
Starke man died Tuesday, July west of Hampton at 3:40: p.m.July 6. Bcmnett.H'ressley. Starke was arrested July 6 for driv Danny L, Jackson, 33, was arrested ,was arrested July 8 for DWI
2, afternoon when his car slammed The right side of the vehicle droppedoff allegedly demanded ing under the influence,according to July 4 for driving while and refusing to sign traffic citation,
Into the back of a delivery truck in the pavement and the driver over mnmey: from the station operator at Corporal David Goodner. Mote's license suspended, according to according to Lt. William Tillotson.
Waldo, according to the Florida and lost control, according 12:142 a.m. March 19 with what ap- blood alcohol content was .28 per Trooper D. C. Roberts. Jackson was Bond was set at$600, be was released -
Highway Patrol. to Trooper B. A..Williams. pe'ared to be a weapon in his pocket. cent, he was released after a $325 released after a $210 cash bond. was on his own recognizance.
Troopers said Jeffrey C. Parli- The vehicle slid sideways onto the Approximately: $96 In cash was surety bond was posted. posted.
ment, 18, was northbound on Waldo north shoulder and rolled over on its ta lien during the robbery, said Benin
Road just south of US-301 at about top, ejecting the passenger. *tt.IPressley. Charles Laverne Markham, Jr. of Tommy Ray Brannen, 19, of Lulu Robert G. Smith, 47, of Sarasotawas
3:40 p.m. when his 1985 Oldsmobile Damage to the Ford was $3,000. was released after a Starke was arrested July 7 for DWI, was arrested July 4 for DWI, accor- arrested July 4 for disorderly in-
left the main roadway and slammed Wainwirght was cited for speed to $3,,,000 surety bond was posted. according to Trooper Clark L. ding to Investigator David Aderholt. toxication and exposure of sexual
Into a 1978 Ford delivery truck park- fast for conditions and driving while Williams. Markham's blood alcohol Bond was set at $325, he was released organs, according to Patrolman
ed on the side of the road, license suspended. He was released 'Two Men Arrested content was .17 percent, he was on his own recognizance. Richard Splitt. Smith had been ar-
Parliment died at the scene within after a $210 cash bond was posted. released after a $325 surety bond rested for DI on July 3, he was
minutes, Trooper Joe Decoursey Accompanying Rescue 60 was Ex- llfor, Burglary was posted. Harley Waldron, 53, was arrested released to the defalcation center.

said. plorer Scout Kim Dukes. Walter Padelford, 21, and Ricky
Carl Norman, 21, both of Starke - -
were! arrested July 4 after they -
18-Year-Old StabbedIn Indiana Escapee all egedly broke into a room at the
Family Dispute Found in StarkeA Magnolia Hotel, according to
trolman M. H. Paris.
wanted Evansville, In.
man by A between two
Aifi&-year-old Starke man was confrontation the
stabbed Tuesday night during a on an felony warrant in Starke for July escape 6. was subjects' Janice Alvarez Smith,
family dispute and his stepfatherwas apprehended the Kumny Mann and two juveniles continued -
arrested. Jeffrey Lynn Phillips County Jail outside of the building with
Brad- custody of the both verbal and of
Tony Hutchins was taken to physical throwing
from In.He wasuicked
ford Hospital then transported by awaiting author in the aes Lakewood Subdivi- oh.jects. Padelford allegedly struck
Stat Flight to1adlUci oeiierat up Smith with a broom causing a severe
he had allegedlybeen
is listedas sion area where laceration her face 40
Hospital where his condition on requiring
in his car, accordingto -
fair, according to a hospital sleeping sti!I tches to close.Padelford : I .
spokesman. Patrolman computer Kathy check revealed an is charged with S I II 4 _
at and
During a family disagreement warrant for Phillips and burglary aggravated battery.
their home off of Griffis Loop at 9:30 outstanding arrested and detained for In. Bond for each charge was set at
Hutchins was stabbed in the he was ._ $1,000. He was released on a property -
lower part of his stomach by his ---- --- bond. mllllll l llllillllllllllllllllRUwnou '' milllll l lull lllllllllllllllpmlllmi' .

step-father, according to In- Starke Man ArrestedIn Norman was charged with '
vestigator David Aderholt. burglary: he was released after a ri
Wayne Preston Hutchins sur- DisturbanceRichard $1,,000 bond was posted. IIII' 'II'ALV

rendered himself to Bradford Coun- Eugene Clark, 20, of
ty authorities at 12:12: a.m. July 10. Starke was arrested July 6 and Man Arrested \ 4
He was charged with aggravated charged with aggravated battery, ;
battery and is being held in the according to Patrolman W. C. Reno. For Burglary-Theft LINf' AlVDLINfcA11Clirnate Ll.la .. 1 '/
Bradford County Jail awaiting his Starke Police were called to the A 26-year-old Hampton man was
first appearence before a judge. Starke Lanes at 2:34: a.m. to settle a ar'rested: on a warrant charging '
disturbance. Clark allegedly struck burglary-theft, according to In- : SuPerCfiPO'tcw
Raymond Wayne Masey fo Panama stigator David Aderholt and o I "D.30
Woman Charged City causing head injuries and a Deputy Eugene Lee. I III MOT 'OIL, I MOTOR" ,OIL l
With Taking Pot broken nose, said Reno. .lohn D. Crawford is charged in a rttrtazlrIS'" t'srs"' '! tzrtozn6'iariwc'" '
Clark was released on a $1,000 mplaint with taking prescription
Into Lawtey PrisonA surety bond.Melrose. drugs from a home in Starke, accor-
di ng to Patrolman M. H. Paris. VALVOLINE GROUP
Starke woman has been ar- ))3ond was set'at $1,000 on each MOTOR OIL
rested and charged with introduc- Man ArrestedFor
charge. Crawford was released on
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prison, according to Deputies Sam- BurglaryTheftA hi:ii, own recognizance. HD30 or 10W40 011. boys', ladles'

my Eunice and John Tilley. 20-year-old Speedville man was Limit 5 quarts. sizes.
Barbara Jean Klondes, 41, arrested for burglarizing vehicles at .Recent ArrestsIn
allegedly took marijuana into the the Santa Fe boat ramp, accordingto Bradford
Lawtey Correctional Institution July Tilley. County .r
4. She was released after a $2,000 Following an investigation into ''The following individuals were ar- marcai marc&l l Sp0!
property bond was posted. several complaints of vehicles being n>-sted recently in Bradford County / '
broken into at the boat ramp, Eddie b:),' local authorities. i Il I OVER.OR SRIN i
Speed was arrested July 3 for C
Leroy I James Davis, Jr. of Starke .c a -- ex
burglary of a conveyence and grand '
Passenger InjuredIn theft. He is charged with burglarizing v, as arrested July 5 for driving while 1 1 7
Saturday Accident a vehicle June 30, taking two ir 'itoxicated, no valid driver license +anu,
ladies pocketbooks and their con- 'aiid improper tag, according to M r HEAVY DUTY
A 27-year-old Hampton man suffered Patrolman.W. C. Reno. Davis' blood
tents. Part of the stolen propertywas -
a broken back when he was recovered, said Tilley. alcohol, content was .20 percent, he Colg? DETERGENTHEALTH
thrown from the vehicle he was a Bond was set at $2,500, Speed was was: released after a $425 surety
passenger in Saturday afternoon. released on his own recognizance. bond was posted. s
Wyatt P. Gardner was taken by 1 AND 44 PAPER 65 OUNCE

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according to .Paramedics, Robbery deodorant 6 oz. Intensive Care,9 oz paper towels. Limit. 2. detergent.. Limit 2 boxes.
Flight, '
Scott Taylor and Mike? Sanders.--si ;Police arrestecf man for '". Mies Brock A. Coloata toothpaste. '
Gardner's back was broken and he the March 19 armed robbery of the
had a broken left clevical. His condi- Happy Stop Gulf Station on US-301. I
tion Is listed as satisfactory, according according to Investigator Richard
to a hospital spokesperson. Bennett and Patrolman Kathy Best. H06E.
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II northbound vehicle failing{ to
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only minor injuries of the occupa tits on 24th Avenue, follow signs
of two cars Tuesday morning' at' .he
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Clemons disregarded the traffic 964-7109
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before Judge George Misdemeanor Court Lee, no valid driver's license; fin- rlE1ael. d"..ln. sir.-,i,.'.dint,'
H. Pierce July 2 were the following Donna Lee Bisel, valid ed $105.75, Salvation Army proba- da
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individuals who pled guilty or no license dismissed. tion six months, violate no laws.
; contest. Ronald; William Joe Lee Norris, DWI'; fined
Donald Elixson driving while Boatwright, $1,149.50, license
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Woodham Sellers, failing without Wayde observer towing aquaplane check; to make restttutionSizemore .
to drive within single lane fined ; pay $35 costs.
; check; fined
Thomas DWLS
Eugene ten
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Sellars, driving while intoxicated pay Glen Lee Williams LAKE GENEVA
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Stephen P. McCall, careless driv-
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suspended six months, 50 hours community ; court costs, 60 days court probation. 7 DAYS A WEEK PALATKABMHwy. 100-+Hwy. 1001KUYSTONt HEIGHTS I
work Salvation Army super- Williams, battery; dismissed. 1 9 TIL 5 (
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David R. Carter, DWLS; fined Alfred C. Crosby,Jr., battery; fin- violence; fined$105.75,60 days court .', I
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t Jeffrey Irvine Hoover, DWLS; hours community work, attend DWI ed $1,149.50, license suspended ten I
dismissed, pay $25 costs. school Salvation Army probation, years, DWI school, ten days in jail,
Charles Anthony Martin, DWLS license six months.
II ; suspended Salvation Army supervision, one
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1'1'i $25 costs.-. /*>* of cannabis; dismissed'" : Billy Ray LaW, DWLS";three dare' wrr ().ItNo'rmans: >9,NIluaS)
Martin, no helmet; fined 5525. Norton, wilful-wanton reckless in jail.
t Patricia Beard Mosley, failed to driving\(; fined $500, six months
report accident; dismissed. Salvation Army probation, attend
, Kendall Howard Francis, DWLS; DWI school. Marketu.s.
I dismissed, produced valid license, Alphonso Covington, battery; fin- Eyesight Changes
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Raymond Scott Couey, wilful- time served (14 days), Salvation (
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Fred Carolton Ward, Jr. wilful- Andrew Jackson Knight, DWI; f51.eJ. Ad h'lt4lsi i44I4'd& .--
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Robert Glen Ward,.DWLS; fined Knight, duty upon damaging unattended :B@ITj; =
$128, ten days in jail. vehicle; fined $29. 1 MEATS.I'
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Anthony Ladard Aaron, DWLS; tion 'Army probation, violate no wearing eyeglasses. Make on ap .
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Bradford : : ,
Land Sales "' ,. "
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sales !in Bradford County for L.J. and Audrey Kite sold 2 acres Jennings W. and Patricia A. Starl---
the period from January 20 thru on C.R. 225 South of Sampson Lake ing sold 3.6 acres west of Graham to TERWILLEGAR
February 20 amounted to $1,153,150 to Berlin E. Watnon and Bonnie HaDfor Levi D. and Merle G. Whittle for
based upon the amount of Documen- $10,500.Fay $10,500.
tary Stamps affixed to warranty G.Vencll sold 2 acres North of William Kent and Donna Lynn Doe MOTORSWALLTOWALL
deeds recorded with the Clerk of Circuit Hillburn Springs to Frankie Johnson sold lot 21 of Seminole Ridge, Unit 0,

Courts office. and Joe Padgett for 12000.' to,Alan R. and Ramona H. Bishop "''' .......
Orion L. Jarriel and Richard Lee Percy and Edna Sullivan sold a for 54000. ., 0/,.<,,
Jarriel sold Iota 29 ? 30, block 3 Santo parcel of land in, Starke to John W. Louise Raulerson sold a parcel of I J 'I < ), .<0.)<' OO ""J
Fe Shores to Wendel B: and and Carol L. Spencer for 17000. land just south of Hillburn Springs to ,I if I.', -l':' .Y',. .,; & I
Adeline '
Castleberry for $8,000. Carolyn B. Canova sold lot 3, Tommy and Carolyn Hilliard for I : > ->: -J" j> ;;
Pitt and Thelma G. Newsome sold Block 1, Pinehaven to Harold A. 3000. .
5 acres on C.R. 225 West of Starke to Bishop.III for$20i,000.) Donald S. and Inez Lawrence solda fl
Ernie W. and Bertha Newsome for William Forwood Jr. sold 15 parcel of land in Lakeview Sub- .
$5,000. acres Southeast of Lawtey to IsaacE. division to Carrol U., Jr. and LeolaM. 1 .1 :.17i.r; )AliI: JJ' U'
sold Lynda E. and Larry W.. Roberts and Mae. Lois Williams for .Blood and Robert I.and B. Marie T I *.." ,, ,. ,re
lot 7,Block B,Blanding Subdivi- 13500. Henry for $7,100.
sion to Betty J. Cox for 33500. Ronald E. Newman Sr. and JohnD. The Ott Corporation sold lot 7 of
Ashton B. and Consuelo. Canno Odom, III sold a parcel of land on Seminole Ridge Unit 6,to Vernon F.
sold a parcel of land in Paradise C.R. 229 in Starke to Robert S. and McDaniel Ann C. McDaniel and
Shores to Bryce E.Nugent for 4500. Laura I. Mullins for $24,200. John W. McDaniel, Sr. for $4,800.W. e.
John W. Settles sold 4.9 acres on Dewey and Margie Jane Mc- A. Bryant sold a parcel of landin
Mark Lee Starling Road to Bobby L. Clellan purchased lots 3, 4, 13, and Block 2 of Wynn's Addition to
and Deborah Sessions for 12700. 14, Block 5, Hampton from the Starke to Belco Enterprises Inc. for
John Snell sold 11.11 acres on Plea Estate of the late Roy J. Williamsfor $21,100.
sant Grove Road to Clarence E.. Jr. $6,000. Fred Albright sold a parcel of landon
and Fatha M. DeSue for 55000. Branding Tr ., Inc sold an acre of CR 229 in Starke to Roy E. and
Joseph and Linda Bennett sold lot laud in Woodlawn to Carl Norton for Jeannie M. Wells for 4000.
23 of Woodlawn to Van Wayne and $27 000. Sampson Lake Properties Inc.
Patricia M. Bennett for 50000. George and Catherine Balanluk sold lot 11 of Breamwood Point
Otto F.and Eloulse H.Siemer sold sold .9 acres on S.R. 16 Northwest of Lakeview to Billie Faye Cowart andC. 'r
lot 1, Block 2, Pinehaven to Loren Starke to Harold Wayne Starling for Elaine Woods for$7,500. 12.9 %
David and Brenda P. Alvarez for 14000. Ross D. Richey sold lot 9 of wP a.? 4N r r C b
48000. Wayne T. and Roberta J. Scarborough Seminole Ridge, Unit 7, to Baxter H.
Florida Rock Industries Inc. solda sold lot. 15 of the Carl and Janice C. Young for $18,200.
parcel of land in Block 14 of Tem Vollkopf Subdivision on Silver Laketo Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay Financing OnRangers And
ple's Addition to Starke to Marshall Billy Joe, Sr. and Mary Elizabeth sold tract 1-A of Geneva Woods to
Donaldson for 122500. Sage for $35,000. Michael Anthony Davis for 7000. DualiesIn
J. D. Odom III and Ronald E. Mabel C.Nessmith and Thomas E. John E. Curies,Jr.sold lots 34&35
Newman Sr. sold lots 112,Block D, Nessmith sold a parcel of land on of Crosby Lake Inlet to Jessie L.and
Dalewood Subdivision to Charles R. S.R. 18 near Hampton Lake to ColonH. Lois A. Fulton for $37,900. Stock
and Gayle A. King for 11000. and Nancy T. Davis for 53000. Florence E.Kenner sold an acre of
Virgie Barksdale sold lot 1, BlockE Julia Underhill sold a parcel of land on CR 230-A, southeast of
Pinehurst Subdivision to Grace land on Center Street In Starke to H. Starke to Thomas H. Bigham, Jr.
Beal for 6500. Medford and Patricia S.Connelly for and Hazel B. Bigham for 16000. '
Jack M. Courtnay sold lot 16, In- 28000. James H. Waters sold parcel of H $609500 I .
dian Lake Woods to James T. and Steven K.and Harriet B.Fergusonsold land on US 301 South in Starke to r
Marceline E. Brown for 4350. a parcel of hind on Geiger Roadin Eugene F. Shaw for $150,000.M. .
William Thomas Morrill sold a Starke to Gerald E. Brown Jr.for E.and Cecelia B. Cribbs sold a H .
parcel of land on S.R. 16 East of $34,000. parcel of land off of Griffis Loop, to Includes Frei ht
Starke to Julia Ann Davis for The Ott Corporation sold lot 32 of Legrand W. and Susan M.
11200. Seminole Ridge, Unit 6,to Maxie Jr. Bloomstine for $3,500.
Eldon F. Ritchey sold lots 879. and Laura S. Phillips for $3,200. Kenneth and Linda Ann Starling ==mar
Ritchey Estates to Harold andEunice Robert C. Bagwell sold a parcel of sold a parcel of land on CR 18, justeast Rangers ((4x4)) r
Kite for 5700. land just North of Starke to Foster of Brooker, to Archie H. and _
Robert D. Padron purchased 3.709 and Willie Hayes for $8,000. Karen E. Smith for $5,000. XL Air Steering ..-..
acres on U.S.301 in Lawtey from the Robert F. and Ruth F. Zimmerman Willis and Veenstra Investment II
Estate of the late Robert E. Traut- sold lot 45, Parkwood Subdivision Company,Inc.sold 21.83 acres on SR & AM/FM Cassette
wein for $58,000.William to Claudia L. Godwin Jackie 16 West in Starke to Robert L. Har- 1 1y
E. and Flora E. McGuire Weeks Deborah Griffis Wanda ris,'Sr. for 30700. A"' ;.;; $10

sold 1.46 acres on C.R. 125 East of Ramos and Wayne Godwin for Dodd& Rasnick Building Partner- .:-<:: : "' ., ,".' 4 95
Lawtey to J. H. and Edith G. Eunicefor 47500. ship sold a parcel of land in Block'C' '. ... '. ; ;'i..JI. ... ,
4500. of N. J. Jones Addition to Starke to .N \ .V*.:.... ...:'.\' """" WNiM2 &; '.'* ..
N. Jr. and Adele J. D. Odom III and Ronald E. Robert Hidalgo for $60,000.H. "* ; :: "
: Watson M. ; ci \t ; .':j.
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Hardenbergh sold lot 7, Geneva Newman, Sr. sold lot 4, Block A, J. Murphy sold a parcel of landon ; :....:,:!'...
Point Estates to Charles E. Van Dalewood Subdivision to Donna J. SR 16, south of Hillburn Springs, : ; .'f::,.......,::JI'If.....:.......,".
Zant, Sr. for 152000. Nunery for $5,000''. to D. M. and Eunita Weston for .. 01 :
The Ott Corporation sold lot 22, 10000. .. :-:,awr! 'JI8 8 0 ,,' :r.' &. ,"
Seminole Ridge Unit 6 to Maxie The transfer of a large tract of Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtney !'.. '" m"1;;:.'t'';'J. 60 Month'
Wayne anf Elizabeth Lesesne land from N L Industries, Inc. sold tract 1-B of Geneva Woods to .... ... ..'! : .'):& 1.....:
Phillips for $3,200. formerly known as National LeadCompany Addle Davis and Michael Anthony .. t.r[ }* ";. ,

Fleet Finance ? Mortage,Inc.sold of Now Jersey pushed Davis for $7,500. .. ".. fwawcM
lot 31, Keystone Club Estates, Unit 1 Bradford County land sales to a Jack M. Courtnay sold tract 4 of ?< : :< Financingat I
to Kenneth Lee and Amber ft. Grif record $14,409,405 for the period of Indian Lake Woods to Margaret P. .y,:

fey for $5,000.Linda Feb. 20 March 20. Lowry for $4,950.J. .. .... ..... -b
A. Newman and Sidney D. N L Industries transfered a large M., Sr. and Lucille C. Edwards ., \' .Io.,,:]"'. t\ \\e a ;- ": .
Newman sold 2 acres on'S.R...227Southwestmr tract of land in the Trail Ridge area sold 51.64 acres on SR 100 South in "." '. : a i'! ,; -:- .
Starke tommMKENewman ftf|$lay Bradford,Duvaanr1Bakcounties :erStarkeylto; The"13r: +df rComfy.. -t "f" :, t. 1j .!.. /
Sr. for 31500. "fo'the E. I.' Dupot'Oe Development Authority for $150.000.J ....-r. .. .'
Phillip,Lee and Stella T. Osborne Nemours Company for 13179555. Inez A. Green Lloyd A. Green and ';aJfl:"qt", UCI\ f-50 .": .1 I
In other real estate transactions Judith C. Cunningham sold a parcelof .. 9_ .,, h. 0/
sold a parcel of land South of Lawteyto land southeast of to E. I. 'k .. J. f-150 g ';i !);, 9 9 '
recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Lawtey !S3S .. ..
Robert Kritz for $12,000. : .
Roy C. and Mary L. Hoisingtonsold Court's Office during the Dupont De Nemours and Companyfor .. L. "" i..1: 4."..'l'S. 'c'.t :';:O'X:4:. 0i

of land S.R. 2 period: $310,000. J ..." '';''.
parcel on 100 David J. Parrlsh, Jr. and Harold Pearl R. Martin sold Unit 6 of ...), ." ..... .- .. '1..'.
miles South of Starke to Edna M. Sr. sold lot 31 of Geneva Springs II, a condominium, ..-:" ."" iii roM '::".\ :..,... .
and J. Scott for $35,000. Wood J"h ; :.' .
George to Fred and Julia G. Pen- to Loraine M. Sigg and Jeanette L. ':' .. ::J:1 .. ) .,. I
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sold the .
Gulf Oil Corporation property darvis for$17.500. Probyn for 49000. .:J ... : .1J"'i;? ...-\1' .:
.i" : : ." .
at the corner of U.S. 301 and Orlando J. and Carolyn R. Rowe Ellis Thomas Gibson sold all of ; ;\; '3:' : "i :' .

Georgia Inc. for Street in Starke to B P Oil, sold 7 acres jut! south of Starke, to Block 10 of the Town of Lawtey to .'. :1. :!.t..;" ::..t.Ij...'. \'
$23,700. LTD of
Frederick and Wendy W. Reploglefor Lawtey Apartments, f
Billy C. Garrett sold an acre of $39,900. Jacksonville for $20,000.
land near Prevatt Cemetery to Jack The American Civil Defense Carolyn Alvarez sold a parcel of
Low &
R. Wynn for 1500. Association Inc. purchased a parcel land on Alton Road in Starke to 12.9010 Hi-Tops
Ilean A. Lewis sold lots 11 ? 12, Financing
of land on Court Street in Starke Margie A. Diltz for 16000.
Block 3, Corlotta Unit 1 to Lynn- from the Estate of the late Comer P. James L. and Carol M. Pacey sold
Gano Inc. for 12000. Perryman for $20,000. lot 2 of Hidden Hills Unit 1, to
Mark and Elaine Olin sold 1.28 Eugene B. and: Sarah L. Taylor Walter H. and Phyllis C. Rees for Van Shells
acres on Meng Dairy Road to Harley ,
sold a parcel of land on Bayless $13,500.
and Patti McCullough for $4,000. Highway to Daniel B. and Cathy L. Alexander and Marie Estro sold a '
Mark and Elaine Olin sold .85 Hardin and William M. and Betty J. parcel of land near US 301 and Loaded for Conversion
acres on Pleasant Grove Roade to Wayshner for 42500. Morgan Road to Lawrence M. and
Eddie S. and Belinda A. Dean for T. C. and Alma M. Booth sold 2.28 Sharon L. Hinds for 30000. '
$3,500. acres on SR 16. east of Starke, to Mark and Elaine Olin sold 1.27 11,495
Faye E. Crouse sold a parcel of Virgil M. and Tressie M. Jordan for acres on Pleasant Grove Road to
land in Lawtey to David D. and Lin- 7600. James F. Jones for 3500.

da. G. Lott for$65,000. Beatrice E. Smith sold lot 13 of Richard L. and Orion L. Jarriel
L. J. Audrey R. Kite sold 1.02 Peetsville to Theodore N. and AnnieL. sold lots 26, 27 &28 of Block 3, Santa
acres on C.R. 225, South of Sampson Myers for $3,000. Fe Shores, to Raymond L. and Bar- Sherrod Vans
Lake to Donna J. Nunery for$6,500. A.J., Jr. and Jean S. Thomas sold bara J. Chambers for 11000. "Dealer Invoice"Up
L. J. and Audrey R. Kite sold 1 lot 42 of Lakewood Unit 1 to GeorgeB. Sale prjces are determined from
acre on C.R. 225 South of Sampson ., Jr. and Jenova M. Flynn for the amount of Documentary Stamps
Lake to.Frank McKinney for$3,000. $8,000. affixed to Warrenty Deeds. to 5,000 Discount

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Local Economist has helpful; hintsBy 2-Dr. Crown Victorias

Diann Douglas markets. The cost will vary according easy.It o Up to 3,000 Discount
to the numbor of hands it has takes less time; than other
Part I of a 3-part Series to reach you, because the methods of home preservation. d
suggested head: Economics Con passed. man' must be paid. Also it is more practical when small Q
sideration of Home Food Preserva Regardless, higher! priced food will amounts of produce are ready for
tion... directly increase your cost of food harvest at one time. Financing
In years gone by food preservation preservation. The purchase price of a home
was the key to extending a fami- freezer may prevent some people ; .: .
ly's food supply. from choosing this preservation 'i.i1.) .,, t<'Jj EscortsjffrSS $
During the winter months, it. Canning... method. The life expectancy of theaverage > J.*' 6695
meant the difference between eating Canning man; be the most freezer will be 20 years '
and starvation for many American economical and practical method of which may help to put the price into f- 12.90/0
families. home food preservation especially perspective. W Financing"With Air
Although today we are not dependent where large amounts of food are Energy costs are involved in the .
on food preservation for survival concerned. ; operation of a freezer. And there is .. ...:*. ,,',. .. f", ,.. .
,it is still a viable alternative in A full canner loud can be processed no getting around the fact that it re- \ \0t 5v. 1
food selection. Many people choose in the same amount of time it quires more energy to freeze food "I tff&)1); \ '
preserving food to cut food costs takes to process one jar. Canning is, and maintain its temperature at 0 u: !
while others enjoy it as a hobby. however time consuming and that is degrees F. than other preservation < .yps:
Evaluating the true economic often a scarce for most methods. .,
commodity ..r.. "'o; \\SV );"' i;
benefits of home food preservationcan households. six to With freezing, the amount of foodto :. 1t .
; 'sr"IJm. ; .
be difficult. One must considerthe eight hours is needed to can one be preserved is limited to the ."I/l'ffd': ( ; :. .';>
costs of produce packaging bushel of most ve: tetables. availability of freezer space. In addition .t: .$;. 1.: '...;H'F.Irf:\< I..;<.;It' ."' \
equipment supplies and energy. A While initial outlay for home cann- it is necessary to keep a "' : .f' & '>' .
must also be made as to ing equipment can be costly it can freezer at least three-fourths full to
which preservation method Is best be absorbed over the long term obtain maximum efficiency, Some
for you- canning, freezing dehydration usage. The cost of canning jars and families, however may require
or a combination of these rings can be spread out over a 10 more room than one freezer can. pro- Motors
methods. Selection of a method to year period and the cost of a vide. r
suit your needs may be easier after pressure canner "should be divided Cost Considerations... Terwillegar
evaluating the cost factors of each over a 15-20 year period.In The economic considerations of
alternative.Of h fuel costs the
preservation this time of lgh home food preservation are com-
course a major consideration energy used to cat I food must be included -
in the economics of preserved food iso as an additional cost factor. plex.There Is no one most economical 964-7200 371-1096 388 FORD 473-3673
of the produce. to sterilize jars
the actual cost Energy is require and choice. Each
' h gardening is often and lids, heat canners and process household must decide the methodor G'ville JAX Keystone
died Starke
activity costsConsider additional costs are
le = ure food. Indirectly
methods which is right for its par-
are still Involved. the incured when your! kitchen heats up ticular situation. The decision will 209 W. Madison State.Road 21
money you spend for equipment. during the processing time. It takes depend on each household's
seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, soil improvement more air conditioning to cool the preference of foods preserved in different

and water room.; ways. If your family will eat
Produce can also be acquired Freezing... only frozen beans then there is little

from other, roadside sources stands such and as Upickfarms super- Freezing food at',home is quick and 'economy: in canning them. ....





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71 CHEV. MONTI-CARLO Low mileage. YARD SALIi 1261 John Dr.-Sot. only dishwasher Garbage disposal, double

PS PB A/C. Excellent Condition. 8AM-Wlnnle the Pooh furnishings, SKYLINE HOMI CENTER' Hwy. 301 N. carport and fenced back yard. In town.
Mutt tell. Call 473-7703 after 5. 6/97 home Interior, dishes, toys.Much more Starke. Come see Ray Gouin, formerlyof $425/month 964-4236 6/6 tfnchg 3
CATALINA PONTIAC-door, 443 W. Call rain or shine. Hilliard. 7/11 Itpd Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We TRAILER FOR RENT Near Graham BR,
St.. Mr. C. A. Knlght.7/4 GARAGEIATE1 Sat, 13th 809 N. buy and move used homes. Completely furnished Including air.$6Owk. .
JEEPStl It Tru. You Can Buy Jeep for Westmoreland St. Starke. Several 964-4414 or 964-4778. 4/26 Hn 485-1371 7/11 Itchg ,
$44 through the U.S. Government?G.t families with lots of It.ms. 9AM to FOR SALE, Several 2 br Mobile Homes In FOR RENT 2-BR 1-BA, MH. wooded lot 7 e..wiUefJi1r
the facts todoyl! Call 1-312-742-1142.. 3PM. Franklin stove $75 and color TV. good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each mile S on 301 call 9645888. 7/11
8/8. YARD SALE Friday 8 till' ? 746 S. Itchg
Ext. 609. 6/27 4tpd Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park
BUICK SKYHAWKi 1978 Prlc. $1500.00. Westmoreland St., across from the 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. 3 BR BLOCK HOUSE, Furnished A/C A

1978 Ford LTD $1900.00. Call 964.4756after new armory. 7/11 Itchg 1$ USED MOBIL HOMES Make offer on heat $350/month. Located on Edwards
5:30: 5/30 tin GARAGE SALE Fri A Sat July 12 A 13 one or all. Olin' Mobile Home Sol. Loop. 964-5606 7/11 tfn PHONE 964-7776
178 GMC VANQ/2 ton $2500 964-7423 9:00.5:00: Rnfcy .ed, play pen, stroller, 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg FURNISHED TRAILER, 2-BR, on Grlffls CECILIA
1MO FORD VAN, 1'? ran T.230C::: Cuii, tar seat, 19" color TV pot. A pan, MOBILE HOME AND 1 ACRES $13,500.00sail Loop. 964.6493 Ernest Allen. 7/11 Itpd fERWllLiGAR 205 N I. Temple, Starkel .

964-7423 Teal Tile A Carpet. 6/6 tin dishes, silverware, bed-spreads, down payment, owner will hold 2 BR MOBILE HOME On Griff I Loop fur. |TODAY AND ALWAYS, MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU TAE
sheet, cases, towels, nlshed' unfurnished' $175 mth, $100
FORD CAR FOR PARTS 429 engine C6 pillow queen mortgage. 964-4236 6/20 tfnchg or FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE is THE FOUNDATION OF OUR PROJGRESS. .
transmission, 15" tires, good rear end. mattress A box spring, carpet A a TRAILER Used 10 x 54. Call 964-7324 security deposit. Call 964.8704 after .
Gary 964.8569 6/13 tin 1977 Chev. Impala. 7 mile south of ":30 weekday; anytime on weekend. NEW LISTINGS
'13 CUTLASS CICRRAi take overpayment Stark. on Rd. 100 on left. 7/11 Itpd COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 7/11 ItchgHOUSE *
*. Excel Cond. Call Gary YARD SALE, Friday 8 till 4. 1326 Searing FOR RENT 2-BR 1-BA, with .
964-8569 6/13 tfn St. near hospital off of East Call. 7/11 RENTLEASEFOR carpet 964-7357 6/20 tfnchg I230A ATTRACTIVE WHITE BRICK COMPLETELY RENOVATED CHAA MAKE!

Fully Loaded w/.un-roof. Excel. Cond. SALE OR LEASE) IN STARKI Two- Utilities' Includ.d. Private yard and entrance 11019 E. CALL ST. 3 BR FRAME HOME WITH FIREPLACE, SCREENED PORCH B

431-1253 6/20 tin OPPORTUNITIESOWN story building 7500 sq ft on corner of No Children or Pets Ph. PLUS A NICE EXTRA LOT ON RD. 230.

1984 CHEVROLET CAVALIER 2-dr standard Call A Thompson Stt., need romodel- 964.5970 6/13 ftnchg |OFF BAYIISS HWY MB HOME ON S ACRES-3BR 2BA-14'X28'WORKSHOP-I
tram. AM/FM radio, heat pow.r Ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. RENTALS AVAILABLE! $150 per month |$24.900
$6.000 or $232.58/month. Nomoney YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker-
steering down. 964.6930 7/11 7/18 2tpd ladle apparel, children. Large size; LOSTFOUNDLOST Own.r at 964-5065 or 164-4043 6/27 oMARKETRD. NEAT 3BR 1BA "CUT STONE" HOME

1974 EL-RANCHOt Good Cond.. N.w combination tore, accessories. Jor- tfnchg 1214 W. MIMOSA (OFF BESSENT RD.) BRICK 2 BR, 2 BA. VERY NICE. 61000. |

tire.. $1200. 964-5963 alter 5 pm dach. Chic, Lee Levi), Easy Street, FOR RENT 3 BR 2 BA Mobile Home SARATOGA HEIGHTS $35.000. BR, 2 BA. LARGE FAMILY ROOM.
Ixod, Esplrlt, Tomboy Calvin Klein, ) Red, mare horse, mane clipped 533-2474 after 6 p.m. 7/4 tin
73 9647823.711 PONTIAC CATALINA Itpd Run good 400 Sergio Valente, Evan Picon., Liz back hoof old A split. If found call JailHouse NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS {BUTLER TERRACE 4 BR, 2 BA. 1.96 Ac. IN CITY. 41400.

engine. ac, new tire.. Asking $750. Claiborne, Member Only Organically In Storke. 6/27 tfn US-441 between Sylvia A Cherolkke, {BROOKER 1480 SQ. FT. 3 BR, 2 BA. LIVING ROOM, SELLING PRICE $45,000.1
964-4503 or 7823765. keep trvlna 7/11 l Grown, Gasoline, Healthtex, Ov.r LOST WALKER HOUND) heavy leath.r N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near: (HERE'S YOUR ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY WE ARE PROUD TO PIE.
1000 ath.,.. $13,300 to $24,900 Inventory collar, plate, near Grlffl
no name fishing, hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway,
Training Fixtures, Grand OpenIng Loop A 230. 964-6539 7/11 Itchg
Hwy mining. New 2-br Cablns-Furn Sunset
Etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. LOST lost dog, small gray poodle, lost Farm Rd. Cabins Rt. 1 Box 216-C Whittier -
Loughlin ((612)888-4228.) Itpd In the Bettent Rd. area, July 5th, NC 28789 1-704-497-2200 7/4 8/22
AM/FM stereo, 1 owner $2.800. I II
Reward. 964-4534. 9647347. 964.8183 |FIREPLACE. SPACIOUS EAT-IN KITCHEN FAMILY
468-2610 Lok. Hampton Oak. *. 7/11 BOATS LOST Irish Setter In the Strawberry chg ROOM-NUMEROUS' AMENITIES. $120,000 WITH $59,000 ASSUM. MTG. '%%
1978 Acres Area. 964-4763 Answers to the I INTEREST/
close to shopping center No pets, accept
mil... 3 peed., 1095. Topp.r
32,000 name of Red. 1 1/2 yrs. old. 7111tchgMISCELLANEOUS on. child. 96-4-88107111 1 Itchg |.YOU ASKED FOR ITI KINGSLEY LAKE MAIN HOUSE, SECOND HOME FOR]
for short bed mall truck, $100. 177 LITTON BASS BOAT 85 H Chrysl.rMotor
964-63657/11 7/182tchg foot control trolling motor TRAILER FOR RENT Older people only I RENTAL OR FAMILY LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT.), 2-CAR GARAGE J

"NEED TANSMISSION WORK"! Rebuild alreated live well, custom drive on no children or pets. Prefer two men. HUGE STORAGE ROOM BOATHOUSE, DOCK. COMPLETELY FENCED,

transmission for $150 w/warranty trall.r. Good Condo $3.000.473.7&.46 96-4.6858.7111 7/18 2tchg INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IN THE CITY LIMITS 2 HOUSES 3 DUPLEXES, 11
(most cars) alto do standards and FREE PUPPIES) To good home. Chow-pit- FOR RENT Small 3BR, 1BA, carpet, APART. HOUSE GOOD ASSUM. MORTGAGES OWNER WILL TAKE SECOND!
foreign. Call 212.7607.7/11 tfn LAND FOR SALE coal black. 782-3344 6/27 Hn house In Lake Butl.r. $250 p.r month MORTGAGES FOR GOOD CLIENTI.IF
1st and last plus security. 964.8602


down payment, $75 p.r mo. Call Loop, also 2 trall.r lot.. 9648816711Itpd MANY OTHER, AMENITIES $74,900. FLEXIBLE FINANCING.

HONDA MOPED "As It" $95.00 9645606. 10/4 tfn WANTED) Hairstyling or Barb. Chair .12 ACRES LARGE FARM HOUSE 85000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL. BARN.
964-89727/11 Itpd LOTS A ACREAGE 20 percent down, Call Holrplanes 964-4645 6/6 Hn FURNISHED APART 1 BR, No pet. WORKSHOP 3i'x42' POLE BARN FENCED/CROSSFENCED. VARIETY OF FRUIT)

1981 HONDA 115 ATCt Motor r.bullt all balanc. In live years, financing by NEED A ROOMATE $115 a month plus 964-55847/11 Itchg TREES: PEAR,. PEACH, FIG AND GRAPE.
owners, 964.6853.12/13 tfn. 1/2 utilities. Own Bath. Call Eollne I'll leasee, with
FOR RENT help qualified
_. real good $850. 486-2063.
Runt STREET-3 .
n LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. 907 CYPRESS BR, 1'ISA. STUCCO 6 YRS. OLD. 43000. ASSUM. I
Con ACRE Green at 964.5975 or 964.6813 7/11 utility deposit. 1 and 2 BR dwellings.
184 HONDA 200X1 Exc. MTG. $29,500 MO. PAY. $30".23.10'ENERGY EFFICIENT.
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call BULLDOZER WORK Call 964.5606 or 964-53777/11 ItchgREAL
dt. 1500.00 Butch Faulkn.r Daytlm. 964.5606.1/03 tfn 782.3333 Ask for Mark. 7/11 Hn |CONNERLY (ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR A BRICK APPROX. 2295 SQ. FT.J


I ROAD $3,000, no down payment, $70 7.ooo'or more. Call 964-7184 7/11 7/18 {CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEXOF I
Call 9645606. 1/03
p.r mo. DISTINCTION. HWY 301 S. $425 MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH.
12 Ollns Trailer down $70 mo. 1908 W. PRATT ST.-LOVELY BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON TWO LOTS.YOUR BEST MOVE I
YARD SALE Friday,July 3500. no payment per CUSTOM BUILT Three bedroom 1 1/2
Pk. .ntranc. On Morgan Rd. 1st street Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK bath, two lots on Ochlockn.Boy. CityWater
f on right, 2nd haute on left. Cancel LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after' Mobile Homes and space for rent.: split level central.' H/A, B EXCELLENT LOCATION-SOUTHQATE! ,ARIA. :3. SK/2: lA, CH. NEW ROOF, B X I
rain. 7/11 Itchg 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn' ASSUA V.flTOMWJWW.r&O Drbt( I aM 81 .'
Recreational vehicle' welcome. PHoM fireplace, deck; dock boolrarrfpV(904)( ) ; '
: ., and .
YARD 9647498. 9/16 tfn' *.. 984-5516.' MINI FARMS AC., ENC. W/PRIVACY fENCE CROSSFENCED BARN
Whirlpool bath, food processor, commercial .dry wooded lot, suitable1 for mobile RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET) Will {GREENHOUSE, ALL OF THIS W/BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 3 BR/2 BA CH, 5 CEIL-1
table, home, cabin camping. $4950 ea.
coffee mak.r or
antique design and remodel to cult your need ING FANS, CLOSE, TO CITY. PRICED TO SELL.
lake Civic dn. $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting NEW DOG CJ
clothing, .tc. Klngsley for John. 3/07 Hn
Call ask
C.nt.r on Klngsley Dr. Follow signs.YARD and fishing. Own.r ((904)) 236-4579 or MOBILE 964-6305 HOMES FOR RENT On. mile $ BREEDERS NEEDED iff IBROOKER-BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS AC. ONLY YRS. OLD.3 BR/2 |
SALE 418 N. Water 9 until ? 629.9649.6/13 12tchg 8/29 BA.$55.000 W/ASSUM. MTG. OF APPROX. $36,000 AT 11/". $396 MO.
limit. Clean. No
from Stark.
Clothes, furnltur., etc. Fri A Sat. 7/11 LAND FOR SALE Six lots, 1-2/3 acre p.r children city 16, W. Call. Start now raising purebred dogs 1301 MOTEL-OWNER FINANCED. 16 RMS. FURN. W/SPACIOUS LIVING I
Itpd lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per 'lot. Off of For. 468.132310/7 or pets.Hn Hwy. lor PROFIT. Get highest' national QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO
YARD SALE Thurt. 10-tlll, Friday 8-tlll. Rd. No money down $75. mth. price We assist all new breeders -
8tlll. Furniture, 6/6 Possible te turn
all week of 15th Call 964.5606 tfnchg II qualified.
dishes, tool., jewelry. etc. 964.6362 WOODLAND ACRES! 1/2 acre lot locatedat Hn 1/2 acre ol your Idle ground Into
7/11 ItchgGARAGE Woodland Acre, Stark. Has well 964-7530 or 468.132310/07 a $10.000 Income. Call er write (BRICK 4 BR/2 BA-1 AC. SEWING RM. COULD BE 5TH BR, FIREPLACE, DBL. 1

SALE! Sat. 13th. 9:30-: '?, 5 H.P. .septic tank and light pole. 8500 telling STUDIO rate Palm APARTMENT Apartment Weekly, 2314, monthly N. Temple ((Include your phone number) GARAGE, 2 UTIL. ROOMS. CHAA.ILOTS .

plow $150, Piano$100 Prof. Sax. $950 price 500 down 75.00/month. Call Ave. 7/28 Hn UNITED KENNELS < BESSENT RD, S OAKS CONNERLY ESTATES HAMPTON OAKS CROSBY |

25 HP Boat Motor, Air Hock.y, many 964.56066/13 tfhchg NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 |LAKE, SAMPSON LAKE, SOUTHGATE, KINGSLEY LK. VILL.
Item On S.R. 18-3/4 mile W. of 301 LAND FOR SALE 100 feet on water plus BA apt. For more Information call Lak.Butl.r P. 0. Box 1155 136.43 ACRES DROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING.
Lak. 7/11 Itchg dock on Crosby lake. Term or Cash. Shreveport LA 71163.1155
Hampton 964-4236 6/20 tfnchg Apt.. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity {COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES.
Housing. 6/7 Hnchg Phone 1-313-747-1358
264.8307 6/27 7/4 2tchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home. Two {o LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3'/ ACRES.
FOR SALE 5 ACRES Rd 221. near Hampton, well Furnished {0" 3/4 ACRES J.12,000 RD 230A A WILSON RD A
BR, 1 3A. $150 per mo. or un GOOD BUY. 'II,,
and tank.468-2381 7/3 7/11 2tpd
Dud 8 cu. ft. General Electric :35 ACRES septic In Woodlawn by owner furnished. Purchase option. $69-$89 I. {RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.
month slue lot. 73-7560. 7/0-4.7/12
.refrigerator/freezer. Reasonable. 782.36707/11 Itchg ar Janet M. |$21.500 SINGI E WIDE-FAM RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4 A.

Also, canning|art, 20' each. Close.OutReduced l.832 W. CYPRESS! ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.

498-2291 '5,000! FILL DIRT StarlingRealtor {222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S. EXCELLENT TERMS.

14x70, 2 BfV2 Full Baths. MasonltJ siding
.11 ACRESWell, septic tank BRICK HOME HID 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 x 300 $49.000
ONLY ONE! 'sMngti roof.Was '20.995.Now '19.995. 468-1455 pond/open air barn. $33,500 * *

zedS New DouMf wMt. 3 BR/2/ BA. Baritn Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy. .5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES -T= EVENINGS

tub I waft-In shower Stunt flnptaee.lihwiiher. Jax., FL 733-0821 $25.000. MitorttiwsMngltfMf. ....87 ACRES: Well, septic tank 17x3r JOHN GREENE,533-2121 IRVING CLARK.JR.964-71181
"' built-in IIut llll. T" fenced/crott-fenced
: Talman pool OMMY CHAST AIN 964-4319 NOVIS WARD 964-7454]
WM '34.995 Now '24.995! 11 Professional grooming for .4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. S 9 I

Remember Only One) REALTY .5 Ac.i: Pv'd frnlg. 12500. G .

Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy. your estimates.home Call9S.t688G.or office. Free 964-7700 el2 32500.ACRE: Old home-Beautiful Oak*<*8 BLUE3ERRiESLongneckers F- LET'S MAKE A DEAL!

Ju., FL 733-0821 $8500. m Furnish the Mobile Homo
anytime 393 N. Temple Ave. OLD BUILDING: In Lowtey FarmU
_... ...... mn __. Vernle P. Odom i .lIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE fll furnish till financing plus del. I set-up.
BrokerGRIOwner .SERVICE STATION $40.000 or We Pick You furnish the down piymenL You furnish' /

ir HELP WANTED: .50 Ac. 50000. CR-1469 Earlelon.' 4 miles W. of a small monthly payment

Ill :. 3BR 2BA Beaut. Land Scaped Lot. Melrose & 2 miles N. of SR26. For the Best Deals ki No. FU.
financing on country $39,500
((904)) 782.3931: Open 8 a.m. fi p.m. except Sun- A South 6a.Come to
Service I homes 3 BR each
Food ,
Care Center of Starke. Florida seeking a M
Pines Drawer
WMsperlng '
Candidate must .3 BR, 1 BA, nice, neighborhood, day 2:30-6:30': : 488-2483 also Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy.
center. 301 S. Lowtey
Supervisor to work full time In this long care
i fenced backyard 475.1151 or 4113-2702. Jax.. FL 733-0821
be a qualfled Food Service Technologist with the abilty to support the LAND FOR SALE I

concept of LOVE and CARE to aO residents. Attractive salary and benefit IIIIII '*42 Acres Rd. frontage. 2 sides, -- -.

package offered. Contact Administrator Mr. Pat Scanln, at 984.6220 or ifi i.38 Acres Rd. frontage. 2 side
|101 Acres Good hunting wood MOTORCYCLEBrake [Sack' C &
Ill send resume to: Trailer A Lot Owner financing. Pads dlnurtnay AsBociatto 3nr.
III WHISPERING I Tiff In A Owen, Inc. Paris
III 808 SOUTH COLLEY ROAD $ Realtor/Builder, 473-7060
.. 4.501'1I'811
III STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 r" -.- ..=--=.'' -;".., ,' Labor I p)D Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford '

IfI "An Equal Opporfunffy Em 0 few & Lots. No tank mounds
1399-3 BR, 1 ba., (block) corner lot SPECIAL: Co. A Duplex Triplex septic pave
Central ed roads Our community water systems Owner financing
--- - fenced In town. heat ((2))
wall unit air cond. Nice shade trees.. Oil Change
Roberts Real Estate 39900. W/Filter! Starkel: _
1402-1 BR, I BA In Raiford. Neat
Filter & Labor
/ 986 N. Temple Av.., Starke, FL clean, needs finish work In kltcherf..
A Beautiful Golf Course Lots
'. 964-6262 Nice lot. $12.500. $800
1395-2 BR 1 BA home In Whispering OH Extra .

Plnet. Workshop garden, fruit trees Plriced from $1O,95O'

.IN TOWN 4 bedrooms, 2: baths Block Home on largo city and berries. 30500. Ji

lot. Has central heat & air, single carport, swimming pool. 1398-20 Ac. 4 BR, 2 BA home Large f \ ,Full Face
oak.. Pasture, mobile home hookup. I
5780000. MotorcycleHelmets

COMMERCIAL Prime business location on U.S. 301 with 63000. One Acre water lots
589 plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 square foot (Big Tree Lakes). $11,500 each. Carpet (Any $ '- /J95 SwlchgardCleaning

building. Call for details. Owner terms. 0 Room 14 Is

.40 ACRE FARM. House with central heat & air, 15 acres In 1385-Brlck 3 BR. 2 BA with pool & Hall) Available

pecan grove, various barns-and outbuildings. All In good down horse, hayloft barn whack barn. 15 room ac. Many, wash extras s29s9 Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

condition. See this one today. to ._. Term. 1139.000.I

.2 BR Mobile BR home
possibilities. $27,900.00. HomeAj specialize fn cleaning and re-dyeing of wal to wad carpet furniture cleanIng -

.BROWNL ROAD Newly remodeled home with 4 +e40 NTT7m7le7Sterlie and Inside ;;auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

bedrooms, 2 baths. Fireplace central air. A good buy at ,Fl 32091 work at low.low prices. Can now to make an appointment

4250000. STROUT'REALTY I Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
Broker Call 964.4997 Call
George W. Roberts. Jr. Nca.axleouArw 964-6020

I Terry A. ".,...* CSM, Salesman .. _. .. r ClM ck Ys low ragu la \local phalli book' M Woik BiiMatted


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j CAMPER 178: 35' fifth wheel, American HELP WANTED Hodges Hardware, 412 DAD QUALITY CLEANING Need a .

'wt Traveler with 20 1,. owning, fully self- W. Call St. 7/11 2tchg 718W. reliable cleaning service? Call HELP WANTEDJOIN MISCELLANEOUSPAC -
, contained, price 533.2411. Call W, PROFESSIONAL OPFKI AND PERSONNEL 964-4889 or 964-6266, We clean to FOR RENT
neg. .
' : after 6 p.m. 5/16 tin SERVICE 918 S. Walnut satisfy you.7/11) Itpd ,;.\. RAT- Buy Sell and trade. Used fur.
THE Watson
, ) ROLLS OF HAYS Fresh cut Alecla Arthur Slorke 964.7777 Accepting applications" LAWN MAINTENANCEl Mowing, raking, KEYSTONE HEIGHT WINNING TIAM nlture, appliances, household Items
Realty Is Us ?
expanding Keystone
: Gosklns, 782-3727 for all employm.nt.CLERICAL trimming reliable party, freeestimate. REALTY now
oft.r 5 5/16 tfn collectables, glassware, old jewerly,
p.m. Heights office and offering above
y BRADFORD LIMEROCK SECRETARIAL applicants for Temporary 964-4953 Jones. 7/11 Itchg R.ntal Property Available tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26
': SALES Work no fee...SECRETARY typing WILL BABYSIT Mother of 2 will babysit 1 M, 2 BA Lake Santa Fe. Unlurnlshed. average opportunities for sales people BIG PART-TIME INCOME Major steel

;. Llmerock ft Fill Dirt 4550. able to take responsibility and Mon-Frl, my home, ages 1 and up, lunches No pets $400 per month. In the Keystone and Mel rose area. An building company Is seeking a part-
20 yd. semi-loads only work on own. FEE.964.7777.No lee to snacks, and activities provided. 2 BR,2 BA- Gator bone lake. Completely extensive sales training program and time dealer In your area to sell our
; Phone 712-3172 talk to us or register for work. Itchg Fenced yard In Stark. For TLC call furnished. $400 per month and $400 full time management are |lust two of engineered steel buildings and related pre-
S/MHchg our many benefits. Be a WINNER and
7/11 $35/week. Itpd 7/11
security deposit.
STORE BOUGHT Furnltur. for sale call products. Refundable deposit required.
at Dean Weaver for a personal and
\ Doublewlde Home C.nt.r located MOBILE HOME SALESMAN WANTED OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center confidential Call Bob Crandall at 1800228.4154 for
, Writ. P.O. Box 329 Fla. 7/4 tin HOMES FOR SALE $200 Interview. Keystone
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not Lawtey per month and $200 security 473-4816 Melrose 479-2272. WATSON details. 4tchg 7/4-7/25
... trailer lurniture) 6/13 tfnchg HELP WANTED Sales secretary taking dsposlt.
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for care of credit application and sales 3 BR, IV4 BATH HOMES Saratoga Hts., 1 ER, FURNISHED efficiency cottages. REALTY CORP. REALTORS. 4tchgNURSERY YARD SALE
sale at Olin Home C.nt.r located person Paid by hourly rate and com corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. By week or month. WORKER. First Baptist Church.
on mission. Writ. to Drawer 260. Stark., LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR 1BA. unlurnlsh- Mature lady. Inquire at .473-7201 First INSIDE
Highway 100 W." This I Is not trailer Phone 964.8652.3/21 tin Hwy 100 E. In Lake
lurniture. 6/13 tfnchg Fl. 32091. Will hire within next week. 3 II. MUST SELL Central air and heat. .d. $275 par month. Baptist Church Office. Itchg. 7/11 Geneva. Frl & Sat. 9-3 p.m. Lamps,

SIMCO RIDING SADDLE Excel) Condit. WALDO FLEA MARKETt Dependable sob Enclosed garage; low maintenance, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY COSMETOLOGIST NEEDED with some table, chairs, pool-table, plant. Itpd
motivated person needed for organis, Licensed Real Estate Broker 473-461 following! Full or part time. Apply at
used few times, asking $200. Coll telling fans,, nice neighborhood close Jessie's Hair lines 473-7708. A.M. 130 S.W. Garden
964.6305 ask for ing and cleaning of food concessions toSouthslde Elem. ROOM-MATE needed Itcha Street Lot of
Montet. 6/20 tin $3 ,9OO. 964-5952 or to share beautiful misc. Items. 473.2094.
HOUSE PLANS and sales area. Inventory; r.talllOle., 9646915. 4/1811fn. home In FOUR FAMILIES
Custom drawn phon. Keystone. Own bedroom and FOR SALE Friday and Saturday 9
Macclenny 1-259-35387/11 4tchg general clerical duties, and typing re- ON HAMPTON LAKIi Brick 3/BR, bathroom. $150 a month plus half elec a.m. til ? 150 Satsuma St. lots of

ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN qlred. Wednesday thru Monday work I'/i/BA, Fireplace, carport, screened tric. 473.7742.2tchg!7/4-7/11 SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC household goods, clothing and misc.
LAKE CITY GLEASON'S CORNER MAIL week. Maintenance person to handle. porch 3/4 mile west ol Highway 301. LAKI HOME On Swan Lake Large lot. pipes and fittings. Water ..ott.n.rs.Bryan Items Itchg 711CARS
general of Flea Market. Experience
Fresh water Marine fish birds, puppies upkeep 95000. 468-1576 after 600.: 5/9 tin 3BR, 2BA large trees, deck, white Ace Hardware,
andcarp.ntry Keystone Hats.,
In electric
kittens and pet supplies. T.n percent plumbing 608 S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR, CB sand beach. $425 a month. 475.1475 or 473.4006 5/24 tfnchg TRUCKS
Thurs thru Man work
off with this nec. home 14681323. 3763656.: 7/11
ad. 7/11 4tchg 11/08 tin Itchg
COLOR TV $99 and up. N.xt to Stark. week. Sat and Sun work position snack bar dependable 6.19. HOUSE FOR SALE 2 BR, 1 BA Hwy 18 1BR, tEA MOBILE HOME Furnished. organ with double Hammond keyboard 5000, series base & BOATS

Truck Stop, south of Starke. 9648212. hours person... to.. Call 468-2255 for In- between 301 and Hampton, days Single party or couple only. Lakefront pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call
oer ac.
QUAILS and quail for sal.7B7 964-6848. eves 533.2891 Low 20's. acreage, private drive, secludedarea
eggs : -:ri4'r 6/27 quiet 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 1974 FORD PICKUP 360 $1,000
7/11 Itpd "rvl.w.7/11 7/182tchg 3 BA 2 BAi Call 533.2474 do ;
otter 6 p.m. 7/4 we lawn maintenance, no
weekends for 165
BABYSITTER NEEDED At least 15 ,.. appointment to see. ten Massey-Ferguson tractor. New
14'X22' pets $175
3,000/lnstalled a month and $100 deposit. SINGER ATHENA 2000 Does all types of seat, new tire, good! condition. Needs
old tum. hours and
port- day.
3,500 dealer. 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg vary FOR SALEi: 13 acres, mobile home, Call Jax collect 7258945. Itchg 7/11 minor
transportation not necessary.964-6698 sewing. Original price, $868. Balance repairs MVtt 471.4S17. itchy
TRAILERS TRAILERS. TRAILERS! 5'x8' CITY OP STARKEi Is now taking applications garage, shed and old house$42,500.00 due $319 or $25 a month with good 1967 CORVAIR MONZA Restorable col-
utility trailer, $650; 16' doz.r trailer, for the position of firefighter. ((1) 964.8757 after 6. 7/11 Itchg WANTED credit. 4752006. Itpd 7/11 lectors Item. Extra engine and all parts

$1,700; 16' utility trailer, $970; 16'law Must be at least 1 8 yrs. of age. ((2)) High COLONIAL 2,000 it.3-BR on 3/4 acre, approx.. BEAUTIFUL CONTEMPORARY Dining to rebuild. $1,200; VW parts.. Call
trall.r, $1,125; 10' lawn single oxl. School Graduate or equlvelent. sq. living space Very cone.nisnt WANTED Damaged or burned trailers suite w/large table & lighted cabinet; 473-3634. Itchg 7/11
trailer, $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 Minimum firefighter standards training location. See to appree. $48,000 Coll Scott at 473.4073 or 12596156. Maytag washer excellent condition.
ft. ramps $100. Olin's Mobile Home preferred. available at or assume mortgaae. 7823732. 7/11 Many other Items. Movlno-475-1937. MOTORCYCLESWANT
Center Rd. Applications HOME FOR SALEi 3-BR, 2.BA, C/HA,
100 W. Starke. 964-5606 Starke City Hall Office of Utility Direc HOUSES FOR SALELOG MATTRESS SPRINGS DOUBLE $50;
ELECTRONIC ORGANi $49.99 per month. tor. 7/11 ItchgRN. fireplace, ceiling fans. Ig screen porch, Sears chainsaw, $60; jalousie gloss A CHOPPER OR LOWRIDERC I

No down payment. Call 9646946. 4/04 LPN, NAi Whispering Pines Care hot tub on 1 acre$60,000 and/or app. 5 HOMES Over 40 rustic models to In. x 43 In.. 25 cents each 4751138. have the parts to build one. 1100CC
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as Center of Starke has Immediate full acres $16,500 all on Geiger Rd. near choose from Send for FREE WHOLESALE Best tlasning arrow sign, ((750 Honda engine), hardtall from.

$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. 4/04 time and part time openings for RN's, LOG Southslde HOMES Elem. 964.5876 7/11 8/1 4tpd BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, $297 complete. ((5)) slight paint damage and lots or extra ports. $600. 4733634.
Ov.r 40 rustic models to signs, 243.
U-PICK $5.00 Bu Beans, Peas, Corn LPN's, and Nursing Assistants. Applicants choose from. Send for free brochure. Route One, Box 84CF, Moss Tennessee Non-lighted. $163. We'll no beat arrow, $229. PERSONAL SERVICES
Okra 468-2015 7/4 must possess the ability to promote 38575. ((615)) :2583648. 1tFCAN anyone'spricesl
Honest Abe Log Homes, Rt. One, Box 1
Factory: ((800)
) 423-0163
24 HENS Mixed breed and 2 roosters.Make LOVE and CARE to the residentsof CUSTOM BUILT Three bedroom 1'/ ,
84CF Moss Tenn. 38575. 615-258-3648. anytime. (Not reoossesed) ItFCAN
offer. 964-86097/47111 2tchg thl.long.t.rm care center Excellent bath, two lots on Ochlocknee Bay. City CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work,
HOME FOR SALE Has to be seen to be PICKUP CAMPER SHELL $50 Commerclol
HAY Alicia or Argentina Round and salary and benefits are offered. Con appreciated. Call for 9646201. water, split level, central H/A, fisherman's ; kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry.
Square Bales 964.8942 964-5088 7/4 tact Mrs.Susan Cook Director of NursIng Mrs Don Patray. 7/11 4tchg apt. fireplace, deck, dock, boatramp. ((904)) net $50. 4751138. Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after

BABY FERRETS $30 each. Call 964-5855 at 904-964-6220, Whispering Pines FOR SALE BY OWNER: Cedar Home, 3 9845516. ItFCAN MOBILE HOMES 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg
7/4 7/11 2tod Care Center P.O. Drawer E 808 South BR, 2 BA. with fireplace. Quiet 2BR, 2BA Frame house on three acres.In CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations
FOR SALE 55 got drums- $5; stereo and Colley Rd. Stark. Fla. 32091 "An Equal neighborhood near schools, 964-8268 Forest Hills near Keystone Heights. Free estimates. Ten years
speakers $50; Basset doubl. bed and Opportunity Employer" 7/117/182tchg 4lpd 7/11 Very secluded $15,500 cosh. 4734512. MOBILE HOME Lake Geneva. 84' on experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for

dolly $40; bedside tables $15.00 .a. CARPENTER Call 964-5606. Ask for FRAME HOME 2-BR, 2.BA, on threeacres water, 340' deep. $2,000 down, $315 a Craig. 5/17 tfnchg
Professional size foosboll table 20. Mark. 7/11 IfnEXPERIENCED In Forest Hills near K.y'on.H.lghts. LAND FOR SALE month, 12%. Total price $31,900. HANDYMAN) All kinds of home repairs,

964.8757 after 6 p.m. 7/11 Itchg EGG PICKERS Needed. secluded. $15,500 cosh. Call 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 3tpd mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs
BUCKET SEATS pair blue, Ilk.new$75 Sober and dependable 964.7138.7/11 4734512.Very 7/11 Itchy LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500. 1915 FLEETWOOD 26x44 doublewlde.. No |lob too small. Minor plumbing

a pair leather' maroon $50. 431.1602 AMBITIOUS MOTHERS! Extra mon.yl) HOME FOR SALE! 1/2-BA, CH/A, Owner will llnanca. $164 per month. 3BR, 2BA on 2 acres Workshop, car repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul
WHOLESALE Best flashing arrow sign Own hours. Free gifts and trips. Toy 1 acre, $45,000. 6 1/2 miles from 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 port & 4 inch well. $36,000. 473-3634. ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening.

$297 complete. ((5)) slight pain damage party line. 473.4939 7/11 7/25 3tpd prison. Owner will hold mortgage LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready FOR SALE BY OWNER 1983 24x56 SEWING MACHINES In home service or

signs, $243. Lighted, now arrow, $229. FIBERGLASS REPAIR Experienced only. 964-4236 6/20 IfnchgUnion to move on. Power well, septic and Skyline. Lap siding, shingle roof, many shop. Clean, oil & adjust tension Only
Non-lighted, $163. We'll beat anyone's Apply In person. Grlffls & Sons fence. $6,499. 392.0985 or 4733024. extras.You move $18,500 or take overpayments $16.95. 475-2006. Itpd 7/11
prices! Factory: 1-800-423-0163, Fiberglass, U.S. 301 N. 7/11 Itchg Count IT Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13 of $325 per month. 473-3160 RICK'S LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all

anytime. (Not repossesed). 7/1 Ifcn HAIR CUTTER WANTED Must have Fl :1 or 473.2082 anytime. Itchg 7/11 types. of. yard work. Reasonable rates.
... ......
liscense. Very busy salon. Hal plan.. .
BICYCLE: 3 speed, 3 wheel $150.00 Ilk. -- 't. SIC h g 711.773HOUSECLEANING
new. 7823189. 7/11 Itchg Inc. 964-46457/11 Itchg! PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALE LOST dependable,
COUCH FOR SALE: Hlde-a-bed-almost HELP WANTED Be trainable, willing to references Homes, rentals, offices.
new-green plaid. $90 or best offer.Call work hard, and sincere about holding a 473-2289. Itchg 7/11
964.5975 or 9646813. Ask for Eollne. lob If this Is you, apply after July 10, at DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK Greenhouse Clearance Sale Adopt a Reward lost two Walker Hounds. Lostbetween MAKE NEW- cushions, dining chairs, barstools

FOR SALE: 9 ft. smoker-$50, 400' chain. Vogue, Inc. Accepting applications and Package deal; 2" or 4" well, water plant for a small f... Landscape plant Call Brooker and Worthington Spr camper beds. No lob too small.
link fence ((4 poles and gote-$350) Hot. testing for sewing operators. 7:30 a.m. pumps, new Installation of septic clearance. Some on. of a kind $.50 to ings. 4851334. Itchg7/11 Addison Upholstery./ 4732452. 4tchg
Point Deep Freeze,3150, old SingerSewing to 4 p.m. 710 S. Water Street. 7/11 tanks, drain fields and lift station. $5.00. Full cans of Calodlums $1.50. CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG Interior, exterior
machine (works-$75) Mobil home poles available. All work Contrary Mary's Garden SR 121, MOBILE HOMESFor references. Call 473-7517 3/14

telephone recorder-SO. portable PERSONAL SERVICESTHE guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman lacrosse. Closed Sunday and Monday. CARPET CLEANING July special Free

telephone-$40, brdcage-$10! black-n- 2752151. tfn9/1 Allis Chalmer tractor. Refrigerator nice Sale by owner Near high school and scotchguard. Truck mounted deep
white TV-$10, C.B. rodlo-$10. girls bike NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and side-by side 23 cu. ft., brown. $200. middle ichool. Call 4962834. 6/274tpd steam extraction. C & B Carpet Clean
(new tires & bosket)-$964.89957/11 PERSONAL TOUCH Professional pruning.! Also firewood, oak and pine Gas Range, green $75. '59 ElCamino. 7/18 Ing. Keystone Heights 473-7770. 4tod
ALICIA HAY well fertilized, no weeds, cleaning for your home or office. For for sale Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. Good Engine. Needs some body work. W2 U'xS6' 2 bedroom, I bath wood
Information call 9646886. 7/11
Sul 2.75baleCow. hay, well fertilized. more tfn 12/22 Call 46-2628. Itchg7/ll siding, shingle roof 3 ton A/C unit. PETS
/bale. 964-7789. 7/11 Itcha Itpd. Reduce ,."*. and, "Jt-W-Uk-vP.8(! ?,.Ab.cindm |. .lvlnotor..1)e\lll (used 10 ,.?.rfrl0.rQtorstov_>dl>hwa>he IB50';!<<' CLIFF'S DIESEL RIPAIRSi :24 I hrrfoocf: ser' Tablets. and E-Vap "water, pills Andrews days) 18,000 BTIA22O units. $42S. floor plan. No down payment assume PURE BRED Pit Bull, puppies. Six weeks
< vice Spec in Cummins, Mac Drugs, 225 W. Main St. 6/27 2tpd 4962875. Itpd7/11 loan and remove from property call old. Call Kevin Niles 4733536. Itchg

HELP WANTED D.trolt..473.7143. 6/27 tfn. 7/4 4".32116, 7/4 2tpd 7/11 7/11

GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000 makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted MC/VISA Receive a MasterCard or
50,000/yr. possible. All occupation $15. Used sewing machines for sale. Visa credit card regardless of your post
find James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. credit history, or present marital
Coll 1.805.687.6000 EXT. R-5504 to
Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978.
out how. 5/30.7/25(8/1)( ) and Hwy. 16 Starke. 964.8733.1/03 tin status.NO SAVINGS ACCOUNT RE. tfn TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR :;;
FULL TIME! REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE, CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed. Free QUIREDIII! ) GUARANTEED) For application Complete Insurance Service RENT Union County Times, 150 Medical Transcriber Immediate full time

Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. call CREDIT 1-800-637-6680 HOMES FOR SALE Main Street Lake Butler. Phone position available. Previous experience -
Owen., Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayette Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559.3/29 (toll free) 6/27 4tchg 7/18 496-2261 for Information. fin required. Mon.-Frl., day shift.
St. 064-5065 7/4 tfn tin Completely furnished home On lake In Excellent benefits and working condi
HELP WANTED: The City of Starke WANT TO DRINK? Government Homes from $1 (U repair). Keystone. 3 bedrooms, washer, dryer, tions. Apply to personal lake Butler
Recreation Dept. Is now accepting applications THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Also delinquent tax property. Call freezer No animals. $425 per month. Hospital and Hand Surgery Center. SR
for Maintenance Supervisorof WANT TO STOP 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for Infor Call 496-2620 In Lake Butler or 473.7564 121 and 100 Lake Butler Fla. 32054.
of THAT'S OURS motion 7/4 Btpd 8/23 In Keystone 7/11 4tchg 8/1 ((904)496-2323.) Equal Opportunity
Ball Fields must be 18 years age. Vacuum
Alcoholics Anonymou.'U"ISO'U.'US4SC. :::' bedrooms, 2 baths, Employer. Itchg/II
Apply at City Hall, Merrell Dees Office. ;r;: By Owner Brick, 3
"C-' & central Heat and Air wall to wall
7/4 1 Itchg.
EXP. BARTENDER Must be 21 years of GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors windows, carpet, Corner lot. 496-2231 After 5. .. ""
etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, Sewing Service and weekends.1tpd7/11
age; prefer female. Call the Oasis ((3 Orders also taken In Lak.Butl.r .
miles north of Waldo on 301)) 468.9461 9646078. '
496-3079 and Keystone Heights, REAL ESTATE ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.
after 10 a.m. ask for Bob or John. 7/11 tin Repair Most Makes & Models ,
473-4973. 2/26

toddlers up to 5 years of age receive Al Work Guaranteed
excellent core. Weekdays, 77. Call 495-3454 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO oo '
Steve Broadway 4737864.04 tin PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find It. Just 221 Lafayette Street r

TREE SERVICEIs LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball Licensed *?irc Lady ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Mon.-Frl. 8:30 am.600 p.m.
I fields playgrounds. Phone 45.1 861 496.2126 or 4962903. eves. "YOUR Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Now anytime 4/25 tlnchg ,UNION COUNTY REALTOR.. tfn 8/04
BROADWAY & 20 yrs.experience, building, setting up 0 o '
Removal and repairing. Call 964.7724 for BONNIE LYNN RENTALS AVAILABLE

estimate. 5/30-6/20 ((6/27)4) tchg Ti CHARTERS & TOURS _n

Trimming "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK" Rebuild ii Now Operating In Our Ana *CI.ar $1200.00 per month after paying Mtg on 3 BR 2 BA CHSA, brick, with
for $150 w/Warranty,
Removal transmission
Stump and this family business. Call for details.Graham .
most cars) also do standards Ca 41
( lawtey
Firewood tin 38R 2BA CHSA Dbl garage, formal everything on 4 1/2 acres.Providence .
foreign. Coll 272-76077/11 Far Intamatian on Our
Will remodel and C/R 241A 3BR 2BA CHSA on 1 acre, more land available.
Free Estimate I PERSONAL do work.SERVICE Call 964-8609 7/4 7/11 Tampa-Seminole Bingo Tour *Make offer on 70 acres and old farm house 45 acres In timber will sell 20

repair from Lss Br.d, Sq. Sat., Jul 27.9:30: s.m, acres seperate.
473-4732 473.76791After BARBER SHOP OPEN NOW.Across
Thompson Auto Sales on 301 North. O Other Tours 6 Charters r'i *C/R 225 40 acres 2 BR 1 BA will divide.

5 P.M. House trailer. The deaf man that owned ila6ls *17 acres with 2 wells, good pasture, fenced with barn.

Keystone Heights the Bradford Barber Shop oerosi I *3BR, 28A CHSA, DW 1980 Peach Tree 5 percent down Hwy 16 W.
from Badcock Furn. Giles Mitchell l I *St. Clair St. 2BR IBA with washer and dryer, stove and refrigerator, 5 percent
Licensed & Insured OWNER. 7/47/11 2tpd down.

----__-- ---:-...., SCHOOL OF SWIMMING. INCi Infant I SPECIAL OF THE MONTH! *2BR, 1 1/2 BA Pace maker on 1 acre CHS A Hwy 16W 5 percent down.

and up. Sell-sufficient water training. *COMMERCIAL ACERAGE. Accessible to 301 "Priced Right".
New 14x70. 3 BAV2BA/
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Making opts nowl 282.53377/47/11 Today I *3BR, 1BA on 8 1/2 peaceful acres "Motivated seller".
Shop & Compare!! .Subscrlb, Housi CLEANING Let me clean your BRADFORD COUNTY A Beautiful Home Deluxe *IDEAL COMMERCIAL lot In town. 1 block from hospital.

IMii.il liihuranof (to rMobilv o'house for you. Reasonable rates. Call TELEGRAPH From End to End *5 PICTURESQUE ACRES in Union County only $13,750.
: Homo Harks Today Judy 964.5473 7/11 7/18 2tchg ... 964-6305 Was '19.993 Now '14.999 *EASY FINANCING. Owner help on 2.57 acres high and dry. Minutes from

.. All I IHI\| of homo Instant Financing Hurry Starke or Raiford.
,--I *Settle down With everything for the right family 5.31 acres with fishpond,
( 4 Homes 3965 Phldlps Hwy.
OS Clayton
ilIA I"'rpul"'u's
: Southern VillasApartments garden and landscaping, 1440 sq ft plus workshop gives room to live in. Pricedto
mobile homes Jan., Fla. 733-0321 live with.

Call for Quote AUCTIONWednesday *Nice large building lot approx. 1V4 acres 230 East past hospital.

July 17 HELP WANTED: I *Remodeled 2BR, 1 BA frame on pretty shaded lot. Only $25.000.
Olin's Mobile 1 Bedroom Now Available *Westmoreland St. 3BR, 1 BA C/B, hardwood floors CHSA. needs TLC
Homo Sales Central A/C, Stove, Refrigerator 11:00 A.M. $31,900
SUPERVISOR: *Hampton area just off Hwy 325, MH with built on, wood heater, swimming
Elaine M. Olin. Agent Custom Drapes [10 Acres. Clay Pit. Highway] Providing training instruction pool, porch fenced, workshop this Is ideal for retired couple or young

964.5605VACUUM Wall to Wall Carpet & More 100,3 miles East of Highway j and for couple's first home.

Call 964-7295 or 964-4214 21. supervision *INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTIES. Washing on St. 4 rentals, Center St 4
developmentaldisabled! rental units. Call today to see these valuable offers.

1..J 1001 Southern Villa Drive adults In a production *Deerwood One of the nicer homes In Starke, Good assumable mortgage.

,.... __ Hwy. 16WPlumbing Also: 1954 Ford Heavy Duty] I oriented sheltered workshop *Cute little 2BR ISA C/B lot only 24200.
IBA CHSA has chain link fence and
.ro.wMa. *Euclid St. Reduced. Imagine 3BR
SALENEW Wrecker. Mac Rear Ends; 251 setting. Duties: client supervision remodeled 1984. -

& USED (ft. Concord 5th Wheel] training, record. *LOVELY LARGE BRICK HOME on 1 acre has F.P. and green house. Call todayto

keeping, client payroll work see this nice property.
Ut Kmanct Our Ov.nKIKBYS Camper; 1957 Studebaker; production and delivery. *RAIFORD Can you imagine getting a 3BR home on large tot and work shop

I 1981 18 ft Boat W/65 hpj Desire some college and/or for 16900.
HOYAI.SJol'fUKS From Evergreen Hwy. 301 S. MH with built on furnished on V4 acre 16000.
/Mercury; 16' cattle! trailed experience with developmentally Reduced 4 BR 1 BA on Ig lot with fenced yard. C. heat.

IIOUVKKS Durrance bush hog mower; 1-row corn] disabled or prior *LAKE BUTLER Where els. can you buy a 4000 sq ft elth all extra's for

KLECTHOU'X' 1 picker; fertilize spreader workshop experience. Salary $78,000.
KILTER QUEENS : Pumpfi 8,200 to MO,000 plus quarter.
\misc. Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
SKA IS ly performance bonus, 4
Sales Manager Evenings 964.4048
l'111111BHC1At.R1' : : SupPIYCo. weeks paid vacation and excellent REALTOR ASSOCIATES

repair all makes i For more Information GI' fringes.. Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 Elite Johns 533-2816

U.S. 301 N.."" N. Temple J 9647061W f brochure contact Send resume to:. Suzanne Kitchens 964-7630 Bob Matthews 964.7281

AI Young'sSince Sterke. florid. CAMPBELL'S Robert Larimer Lou Young e. .964-7525

1957 Executive Director
Carol Warner 964-4992.
Property ManagerLee
964.6918 Drill W.lls i AUCTION SERVICE Sunshine kidustrles. Bradford ARC Hardenbrook Appraisalst /

3 Miles north of 2"to 6" State Licensed 473-7028 P.O. Box 509 .

'Starts flnJlS301 l Starke. FL 32091<<

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Joseph II. Mobley, In lieu of flowers, expressions of Mary Sue KIrkland Eva MarkhamMrs.
sympathy can be made to the Clay
Joseph H. Mobley,80,who lived at County Council on Aging or to Mary Sue Kirkland,4 months,died Eva Markham, 88, of Route
Lake Geneva,died Saturday July 6. Hospice of The Lakes. Monday, July 1, at her residence.She 2, Box 2070, Starke, died Monday,
in the Bradford County Hoepfaifollowing was born In Gainesville. July 8,at the Whispering Pines Care NEIwo TENsION
a long illness. Born in She is survived by her. parents, Center. She was born and raised in s .
Jacksonville June 15, 1905, he moved Myrla C. McLeod Neal and Mary Kirkland of Brooker; Washington County and moved to '
Geneva two brothers, Ernest Will Klrklandand ,.
to Lake 9 years ago. Mr. Starke where she llEAIMOEIES
Mrs. Myra C. McLeod, 91, died Neal James Kirkland many years ago .
Mobley was former owner of Joe H. in Alachua General both of had resided since. She was a ,
Mobley & Sons Inc. Heavy Equipment Tuesday Brooker; a sister, Vicki Ann member of the Raiford '
brief illness. She Baptist '
Co. in Jacksonville, was a Hospital a Kirkland of Brooker; maternal Church. DIZZINESS L; .. .
life resident of Union C ,
was ,a long and 4I11DIGEa
member of the Wesconnett Baptist grandparents Ersley Kathleen She is survived by her three sister-
Mrs. McLeod was a
Church and member Riverside County. Norman of Highland; and paternal .
a of Lake in-laws, Mrs. Edna Scott of Starke
homemaker and member of
Masonic Lodge No. 266, Jacksonville Butler Church of a Christ. grandparents, William T. and Essie Mrs.Corena Scott of Caryeville,andMrs. r1ON +
Mae Brand of Brooker.
He Is survived by a daughter,Lisa She is survived by: a son, Funeral services were held Funeral. Penny services Scott. '/' :
are scheduled to LEG ""
McLeod of Worthington ;
Plasencia of Heywood Wednesday, July 3, in New River be conducted ,. : ii;
at 11:00: a.m., Thurs- ;
JaCksonvillebfour 80nsl Springs; a brother, F.L. Stokes of Baptist Church with Rev. Randall ;
Donald, Ray Gainesville sister, Elsie Gordonof day, July 11, at Raiford Baptist r
Jacksonville, and Joe Mobley of ; a Maycumber officiating. Burial Church with Rev. Ronnie Kinsaul of- AcK 1 ,lt
Raiford 10 and 19
Longview Texas a brother, Frank ; grandchildren followed in New River Cemeterywith ; .
ficiating. Burial is scheduled to be in
Mobley !of{ Ponte Vedra Beach; two great grandchildren.Funeral services held Thurs- Archer Funeral Home of Lake Conner Cemetery with Archie Tan- 'I ,
sisters, Mrs. Ruth M.Wells and Mrs. day June 27, in the were Church of Christin Butler in charge. ner Funeral Home of Starke in K & ABM,
B.W. both of Jacksonville
Wynns ; charge of arrangements.
Lake Butler with Bro.Dan Jarrett
twelve grandchildren and eleven officiating. Burial followed at Old William R. Green
great grandchildren. Providence Ceir Jtery. Archer William R. "Bill" Green 57 of
Graveside funeral services
were Fiin.>*f 2 hum ot Lake Butler was in Swan Lake,Melrose,died Thursday, Thelma W. KelleyMrs.
held on Monday. July 8. in the rival! ?
Live With Plain
of 4 in the V.A. Medical Why
Station Cemetery at Live Oak charge arrangements. July Center at Thelma W. Kelley, 86, died
Church. Masonic Lodge members Gainesville following a long illness Sunday, July 7, at her daughter'shome
officiated at the service. Jones lUll C. Haynes Born moved in Jasper, Dec. 18, 1927, he In Astor, after an extended il- Let's Correct the Cause!
Funeral Home, Highway 100 and to area in 1979 from lness. Mrs.Kelley was born in
Cypress Ave.,Keystone Heights was Hill Carey Haynes,68 of Route 15, Orlando. Mr. Green was formerly Brooker and had lived in Gainesville
Box 100 Jacksonville, died Sunday employed by an auto parts store
of since 1956. She homemakerand
in charge arrangements. was a
July 7, at the Methodist Hospital was a Navy and Marine veteran 01 was a Baptist.She Did you know that the cause is often pinched
following an extended illness. He W.W.II, was a member of the nerves along the spine? Chiropractic restores
was born and raised in Montonzuma A.A.R.P. and was a member of is survived by four daughters, health to A
naturally nerve system. healthy
Annabelle H. Rawls Ga., the son of the late Ernest andArtie Eliam Baptist Church.He Manse Thonet of Astor, Carolyn your
Mrs. Annabelle H. Rawls, 69, of Mae Hill Haynes, former is survived by his wife,Hazel S. Henson of Terre Haute, Ind., Hazel nerve system restores health to every part of you.
Immokalee Road, Keystone pioneer resident of there. Mr. Green; a step-son, James E. Marchant of Williston and Janet Col-
Heights, died in North Florida Haynes served in the U.S. Navy for Thomas of Orange Park; a step- lins of Gainesville; a sister, Ona So why live with pain? You deserve to feel good!
Regional Hospital, Friday, July 5, 22 years and also retired from thecivil daughter, Josephine Dortch of Rita Smith of Astor; twelve grand- Call now for a consultation.
following a heart attack. A native of services. He was a member of Waldo; a brother, Clyde Green of children and seven great grandchildren -
Noble County,Ohio, she moved hereIn the Faith Baptist Church of Mac- Cocoa Beach; three sisters, Stella TULLER CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
1975 from Jacksonville. Mrs. clenny. Walls of Orlando Shirley Douglas of
Rawls was a public health nurse for He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lake Wales, and Faye Britton of
Funeral services
the city of Jacksonville for over 20 Eula Bivins Haynes; a daughter, Melbourne; seven grandchildrenand Tuesday, 9. were held on RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C.
July at Forest
years.She was a member of the Clay Mrs. Yvonne Dancy; a son, Richard six great grandchildren. Meadows Funeral Home at
County Council on Aging and the Haynes, all of Macclenny; four Funeral services were held on with Rev. Warren Chapel
Hospice of the Lakes Program, and brothers. Ray Haynes of Milton, Ar- Sunday, July 7, in the Eliam Baptist ficiating. Burial Whitmore in of- 4737213Lawrence
was a member of the Keystone thur Haynes of Colorado Springs, Church, with Rev. Jimmy Coyle of- Memorial was Forest
United Methodist Church. Col., Tom Haynes of Jacksonville, ficiating. Burial was in Eliam Hawthorne Rd. under the, 3800 directionof SE Blvd., Keystone Heights
Survivors include: a dater, and Charles Haynes of Brooksville; Cemetery at Melrose under the Forest Meadows, Funeral Home Mon. Fri. 8:30: to 6:00:
Cathy Sistrunk of Auburn ; five sisters, Mrs. Lucille Haynes of direction of Jones Funeral Home, 725 N.W. 23rd Avenue Gainesville. Weekends, Evenings 473-7894
son, Edgar O. Rawls, Jr. of Tampa; Milton, Mrs. Charlene Cook of Highway 100 and Cypress Ave., ,
two brothers, Charles Hale of West Pickens, Miss, Mrs. Jean Hamiltonof Keystone Heights.
Lafayette, Ohio and William Hale of Jacksonville, Mrs. Willie Mae
Edinburg, Texas; two sisters, Peek of West Memphis, Tenn., and
Mildred Morrow of Lake Placid and Mrs. Louise Rotolo of New Orleans,
Betty Jane Kerr of Miami; and five Louisiana; and three grandchildren. Charles Green j TORO SALE -
grandchildren.Graveside Funeral services were conducted Charles Green 28, of St. LORIDA
funeral services were Wednesday,July 10,at Faith Baptist Augustine, died Wednesday! July 3,
held on Sunday, July 7, in Keystone Church in Macclenny with Dr. following an automobile accident. pEST
Heights Cemetery with Rev. David James Ford officiating. Burial was Funeral arrangement was incomplete ONTROL OPEN HOUSE
Landers officiating. Jones Funeral in Philippi Baptist Church Cemeterywith at the time of press but will
Home, Highway 100 and CypressAve. Archie Tanner Funeral Homein be announced later by Archie Tan- ""rw""a
., was in charge of the services. Starke in charge of arrangments. ner Funeral Home. SATURDAY JULY 13 1985


Additional Informationm
Rear-Bagger & Side Discharge Walk-Behind Models Rear

In addition to survivors listed in survived by the following nieces: Palatka and Norma Canova,
i the obituary of Eunice C. Kidd, Lucia Furpluss of St. Petersburg, Jacksonville, daughters of the later Engine Riders Generators Trimmers. It's Time for A Toro
II daughter of the late Hilda Canova'
published last week, 'she was also Inglesby; Jane Canova Bush( ; of. *Paul E. Canova-Jrr ....- '.-*. Sale Prices..No Money Down..Easy Terms..Ask for Details

JOHN CHAPMAN, factory trained rep. will
Census Bureauto Charlie sez: Save$100 be here Saturday to answer questions

Collect JulyUnemployment Data Here Beginning Tuesday, July 9, our Parts and Ser- about lawn care power equipment and

vice Dept. will be open til 8:30: p.m. (Tuesday explain features and advantages of
The Census Bureau will visit area
residents July 15-20 to collect cur- only) to better serve our customers. On This Heavy Duty Toro Toro.
rent unemployment data, accordingto = NO MONEY DOWNOnly -
James Holmes, acting director of Trimmer. Reg. 259"
the Bureau's Atlanta regional office. S
The Bureau's monthly Current 8.8 % Financing Sale 15995 I 14 A Month
Population Survey includes a national -
sample of some 71,000 Buys This 21" Toro
households and is sponsored by the 1985 New Chevy C-10 Model No Money Down Front Wheel Drive Side
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Discharge. Model 16775Reg.329"
unemployment data. 21 cc Toro 2-cycle engine: .
Data collected in May showed that clutch controlled cutting heads. 29995
the overall jobless rate (includingthe $19500 Cuts 16" path, electronic ignition. a month Only

military) of 7.2 percent was the PLUS: 10.95 Value Blade
same for the fourth month in a row. ,
The rate for civilian workers of 7.3 Cver 30 Trucks to Choose From Only 5" with trimmer pur- On Toro 'Instant Credit
Available ,
percent also remained the same. chase to Qualified
The local data will contribute to Buyers.NO'MONEV .
July's national unemployment pic- 1985 Corvette t
ture to be released August 2
All the Toys Light Blue DOWN. Only 1200 A Month

FLA.TWIN THEATRE Model 16575-21"side discharge. Push Model Reg. 279"
Save $3,00000 Save$200
Starke 964-5451 Sale 254 95

e Open Every Night 1985 Toronado

STARTS FRIDAY Reg. 1389" NO MONEY DOWN. Only 16 A Month
No. 5051 Loaded with all the
FROM THE DIRECTOR'GREMLINS. Goodies Sale Model 20581 -21"Cut 2-Cycle Engine. Rear Bagger. Push

Save Over *2.5QQ Madel. Reg. 399" 95
EXPUI>RERSl 1189 Sale 349

l ""_-!!.PRAAMQUNT. PI TUREj O '8888 Cash Selling Price 1,000 down cash or trade. 48 -
mos. with approved credit plus tax & He. 8.8 A.P.R. PORTABLEENERATORS
j fit. Man. Tut. Wed. Thur. 7:05.: 9:10 g
I{ SiL Sun. 5:05,1:05,110: LEASE SPECIALS *

SCREEN 1985 Celebrity SedansNos.

f I jPG STEVEN SPIELBERG Pianos High performance
5404 5308 5307 uI 4-cycle engines. Electronic -

THEFtl ignition, low oil
warning light and
;' $19299 automatic engine shut-
SODHles NO MONEY DOWN..Ordy 4808 Month 'off prevents engine
damage. Automatic
ee Model S614S.8 lip.32"cut With Key-Loctric Start..Save'22O.
48-Month Lease Small and
Security Deposit First Payment Due at voltage regulator. Very

1 Mon.Sit.Tin.lulL Wed.6:00.: Thur.7:00,105 7:00,1:05 doling with Approved Credit plus tax and Icense. quiet.


J July 17th, A] Seats '2" We Sell the Best For Less Model T' 500- 500 Watt, 110 V.
I s00NIES.-.... 10-00: Weighs 40 Lbs. Reg. 389" 50D _
EXPLORERS.......;,._.... .. ?.. 10:05: '85 F250 P.U . . . . . .' '9788 Model 56155-11 hp.32"cut Sale 319" i Maah,

301 DRIVE.INSlarke'9647484' '83 Monte Carlo . . . . . 5488 Key-Lectrlc. StorlRag. Sale 1299"
1519" Model Tl 800 1800 Watt
y '81 Malibu . : . . . . 3388 110Volt. 699"Sale
; No Money Down 5250AMth DD
Fri. '80 Marquis. r . ... r . . . 3288 ( -
4 Sat. Sun.. Mon. Two hitUni Credit to nullified Buyers 589" ;
,I 79 Line. 4788 I
!rl rl'i '79 Dodge Conversion . . . 3488 FPC IS- HEADQUARTERS FOR- Model 110/22OVolt T 3000..Reg.3000 1019"Watt I

83 K-10 4x4 Chevy. . . . . 9588 4 00
TORO, RIDERS I IN THIS AREA Sale 859"ftiWS A Month --

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PlUSil" *S* HIGHWAY f 0t ---'

SHOWTIME: ..Svtftw 1t i i t ? I

Adults... $1.50 II %mtWM9 I I I $
Ba One mm or lim figr flli IREIr
t Children... 50' CHEVY-ULUb nx ;(? iur

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i" ."''" TWQ Escape inmates still at large:

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w 'ter,h Two inmates who apparently scaled spread near a seven-year
a 10-foot high fence and escaped The Bird, 18, Leon
f Sunday evening, July 7, from a temporary ving time a three-year
S 1 prison housing area about from the
I, eight miles west of Starke are still at Butler discovered miss-
4'tav large, according to prison across a 9:30 p.m. head
: spokesman David Skipper Prison and .
I The|inmates were tracked south of can be as being 6
7 4yp, h'ry) CR-225 and 225A but the trail was prison.The. ,with brown hair
fi lost when the dogs came upon Bird is 5 ft..ll: in.
chicken manure which had been Todd ,with brown hair and

0 Prostitution I
I r S a.47F :

r A Jacksonville attorney was Carson an examination of
: among seven people indicted June 27 largest earlier this year
by a Duval County grand Jury on area. than $100,000 was
1 charges of using escort services and cases are prostitution activity
other businesses as"fronts"for prostitution said,the said.'L. of 1983. During
rings. such highly 1984 and early 1985,

,7 fl'i' 1I( :If David M. Bobbins 38, a former The first in, they said,
naSP5rLSR prosecutor now in private practicewas Robbins,
charged with a variety of other his position as a
racketeering offenses. Robbins is L. his attorney to help the
{ J. Norman's attorney and has 44, and son, said.
become a familiar figure at the involved in
Bradford County Courthouse in revolving charge that Robbins
Starke since the arrest of Norman on the prostitution
drug trafficking charges last Lee, 51, basis for two
November.If surgeon in May 1983. In ad-
was to collect $20,000

._- convicted of the three felony Express for Roy
;" ... charges,Robbins could be sentencedto Spears had been earned
65 years in prison. panies, activities, ac
to a car jury.
The grand jury, which had been In- from 11
vestigating the case for about two Orleans charged with doing
months, issued two lengthy indict- Beach, Robbins also
ments.In company to post
From a prostitute without
psr4r :x .', ty announcing the findings, State any collateral,
'N;.... Attorney Ed Austin and Sheriff Dale authorities .


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NOTICE f 13 Building Lots Owner Financing
Fire at Apartments... 17-62 *[ CITY WATER IN 6 MOS

A smoldering mattress, pulled outside the building dlstroyed, according to Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee.
Is evidence of the late Tuesday afternoon fire In the The cause of the fire ban not been determined, said TRAIN NOW FOR I Saturday, July 13, 11:00 A.M.
Reno section of Starke. Hardee. The investigation Is continuing. CIVIL SERVICE
The Starke Fire Department was call to The ApartThe family of Ruth Ann Cohens Is in need of clothing. Walker's Cabinet Shop
ments,home of Ruth Ann Cohens,on SR-16 at 5:52 p.m. If you have extra clothing call the Joyce Riherd at the EXAMSNo
Tuesday. July 9, to a fire in one of the apartments. Bradford Health Dept. High School Necessary :I: Hwy. 21 N. Keystone Heights
The entire apartment was filled with smoke when the Firefighters Cecil Crawford, Jeff Herpe, Doug Positions Start As High As .
firefighters arrived but the actual fire, which was conCooper., Mike Sanders and Tom Rowe responded to the K
tained In a small back bedroom, was under control fire. Hardee and volunteer Dean Smith remained at the $9.22 HOUR After 20 in this the most *
as successful
within five minutes of arrival.The fire had started in a fire station. e POSTOFFICE e CLERICAL years
small back bedroom and that room was completely e MECHANICS e INSPECTORSK.epPresenIJobWhllePreperln" I.; cabinet and cypress clock manufacturer -

HomeForOo"ernmenl/ Exams F t JIM WALKER is retiring and said to sell

I' Write& Include Phone No. everything to the highest bidder.
tarke police!:! city negotiate pay scale National Trainingt a Saws sanders compressors. Power Line and Simco nailersK

j I s..I.Ja ax.wlee.e a .J. .?.v 1 V* ,* x !' e Msell- ', >Servicelnc,,. j ; :: and ''staptert';"rowders, hundreds of power and hand tools

plywood nails staples glue plastics, two construction
I A pay raise for Starke police officers and he could make more money I I ,
: was top priority discussed Friday elsewhere. Jerry Miller who was I' trailers two utility trailers two utility buildings box van boat
I during negotiations between the dispatching at the time of his BUY A MOBILE HOME w/motor and trailer and much!: much more.
Police Benevolent Association and resignation, said he had had enoughof i
City Attorney Terence Brown. Bowen's "bulland is now Direct From FactoryCut AUCTION REAL ESTATE
Ken Signore, the association's driving a long haul truck. the Middle Man 7:30 P.M. *
negotiator said, "We are attemp- Also recently resigned was Guaranteed Best Deal Friday : 200 Ft. on 21 North, 3 BR/2 BA Home or Display
ting to take the Starke Police Patrolmen Chip Barrette, Clint July 12, 1985
Department out of the dark ages." Blankenship and Dwight Groves. You Can Find! 153 W. Brownlee St. Starke, Store. 3,000 Sq. Ft. Shop Area. This Complex is It
Police officers in smaller com- During the past five years at least
munities in the area make more 20 police officers have come and Call Collect: Rt 16, Just off US 301 I. Completely Fenced.

than Starke's patrolmen. He said gone from the Starke force, said ((904)) 473-2669 King Size Beds ALSO: *
Wilkinson. Chest of
begining pay for officers in High \ Drawers
is compaired to Signore said rookie officers now on Woodland
Springs $15,000 Desks 13 Building Lots on Drive Keystone :
$13,000 in Starke. "It is ludicrous to the streets are replacements for .
ask a man to risk his life for$13,000 a recently departed experienced per- WoodBurningSpace Heights. :
year" said Signore. sonnel. They won't stay long after w.w. 'PROFESSIONALDFRCE ; Heater *
Signore said pay increases are getting the experience necessary to & PERSONNEL 1 Porch Furniture *
also needed to keep experienced of- go to a better-paying department, SERVICES I S Kitchen Table i FOR MORE INFORMATION OR A PICTURED +
ficers from going to other cities. said Signore. Round Tables
Fiberglass *
Five officers of the Starke police Brown said he would report to the PROFESSIONAL TYPING BROCHURE CONTACT: *
e Womens Shoes New i
city commission concerning the in- .
force have resigned during past '
shared at the negotiating Dishes.Glassware
60 days, according to Sgt. Wayne 24-HR DICTATION SERVICE CAMPBELL'SAUCTION
Wilkinson. While the officers left for session.At CASSETTE TRANSCRIPTION Upright Freezer *

was various among reasons the reasons seeking listed.better pay Signore the presented initial session the, complete'package' May 20, PHOTOCOPYING NOTARYMAIUNG LIST STARKE AUCTION CTR.] i SERVICE I Ii.

Sgt. David Crum who joined the including overtime pay Col. Bud Opdyke
educational assistance
police said he department had enough in Long of the Boat unfair Key, vacations program,an non-discrimination and -RESUMES'REPORTS'PAPERSTEMPORARY Auctioneer I.i
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practices in the Starke department holiday-leave policies. a PERMANENT "The Grocery Man"
EMPLOYMENT SERVo ..........ff4s+ <4< A<
Will Be Here --
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TGY Enters the" New assist management in having ample 964-7777 'It
stock in all merchandise as is cap- ,n
Technologies Era with tures sales of individual items. PROPERTY FOR SALE

Automated CashiersThe Store Manager Robert Ward JOB POSTING BY

local T.G. & Y. on South stated, "By being able to know the THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICANOTICE
Walnut Street, Starke, has installedan exact quantities and items we sell
automated cashiering system each day, we can be assured of a 5301 N. Waldo Road, Gainesville
designed to provide faster customer good in-stock position on the mer- ((904)) 377-2555 Is hereby given that the United States of America, acting throughthe
service. The project, tagged POS chandise our customers want. We Residential Counselor(Male Dorm) Farmers Home Administration United States Department of
(Point of Sale), is scheduled for a are really excited about the oppor-
Bachelor's degree In Social Service field and one experience In working
May 23rd implementation and will tunity to serve our customers better. with adolescents in a residential setting. year Agriculture, will sag as Is, the following described properties. Complete.
Dental Hygienist legal descriptions arrangements for inspection of the properties and additional

16 hours per week, Monday and Wednesday, 8:00: to 5:00.: Must be a licensed Information may be obtained by contacting the County Supervisor
Dental Hygienist In the State of Florida. Indicated.
Wishing For Enrollee Clerk
High School graduate or equivalent. Minimum of 6 months experience In a
clerical setting. 135 acres of crop and woodland with homesite located 6V miles North of

A, New HomeOf World of Work Instructor .;, High Springs, Florida. Property Is divided Into 55 and 80 acre tracts by CR

Teaches students on consumer education, income tax preparation, application 18 with Vt mile highway frontage, Columbia County(acquired 2/21/85)/ ).
I forms and sources of lob information.: Normally requires a Bachelors'
degree or its equivalent In education, plus some experience in teaching or lob
development. Must' be certified as a teacher or able. .to obtain certification to
teach In the State of.Florida. 32055-3299, PHONE 904/792-8465./

Don't think you can afford It?... CustodianDriverSix
months custodian work. Requires chauffeur's license. .
experience in The sale wll be by sealed bid. Bids will be received until the public open-
DON'T GIVE UP..THERE'S HOPE... Recreation Leader 18 1985 at the office of the State
Evening shift two year degree In PE or Recreation or equivalent experiencein Ing which will be at 1:30 p.m.. July ,
If your income is '14,000.00 or less per recreational activities. Director, Farmers Home Administration, Room 319, Federal Building, 401

for subsidized loanto Business Retail Instructor SE 1st Ave., Gainesville. FL 32602
qualify a
year, you may Bachelors'degree and experience knowledge and training In Business Retail
Brick Veneer ((3 BR 1 / BA LR with th.capability of working towards cert.fication In the State of Florida.
buy a new Residential AdvisorTwo Bids must be entered on official bid forms which may be obtained from any

DR, Kitchen, Laundry Room & Carport) Home, years of college in Social Service .Midnight shift of the above addresses. Bids must be accompanied by a :5'. bid deposit.

and your LOT IS INCLUDEDI You can get all Cook '
Experience In Institutional cooking with knowledge of'a variety of cooking Sale will be cash or not less than downpayment with not more than
this.for as low as tasks In preparation of breakfast, lunch and dinner meals.
--- Arts and Crafts Instructor 25 amortized yearly payments or 300 equal amortized monthly paymentswith

$20000 Monthly Id hours per week (evenings), days and limes to be orranged. the finance charge it ten and three-quarters percent annual percentage -

Custodian ,, & ,; rite((10.75 )on the unpaid balance.
Sound Good? For More Information, Call Able to work In a vocational school around adolescents In all phases of

LONGCHAMP HOMES INC. building Substitute maintenance Teacher and groundskeeping. /tf' : >' l I These properties wiN be sold without regard to race color creed, sex,

Needed to fill in during yocotlon, sick IIme.ttC.10f! : permanent staff In th. age religion,marital status or national origin
academic and vocational areas ': : ,- .

964-6853 Starke Welding Instructor I :;, .- Hit United States of America reserves the right to reject any or iD bids.
Licensed In welding and have or able to obtain teaching certification In Ih.
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