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 18, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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JUt) 2 ? 1985

-"e Bradford COll \

Outside. Inside... 1'Ity

Showers and thundershowers, mainly In the afternoon and evenSECTION At Two 10 Section. SINCE 1879
ing Pays.Partly
likly through Friday. New ? . . . . . I-3A
tended cloudy normal summertime weather patterns is the exEditorial.*. . . . . . .4A ,, \.
outlook for the weekend, with a 60 percent chance of after- Social N.w.S/-9A aG

noon and in evening thundershowers.: Daily,high temperatures expected Public Notice. . . . .lOA "YfII1' ,,1
The the upper Boa, overnight lows 70-74. Sport.. . . . . .t.lOA ""I'-
Santa Fe fire tower on US-301 south at Hampton Lake, the \..\
wettest place in the county in the past week, reported 4.9 inches of SECTION Bt 12 Page. \ 'i'6 \\

rain. The Lewis Hill fire tower at Highland reported 3 inches of Karate Kid.. . . . . .IB OBI 'i'O 0 C1 32:
rain, the New River \..
fire tin on SR-100 west of Starke reported Employee Relation. . . .,11."l \ ,
2.57 inches. WPXE Radio Starke reported 1.2 inches. New Brief*. . . . 8.7. lie'l t:., .C
Thirty-year average rainfall for July, traditionally one of the LWCI Plant Show . . . .61 } \\j ,,\. \..\,.\,
wettest months of the year, is 7.99 Inches. Want Ad.. . . . . .S-fB The Sweetest ,,\:.,,),\ '<;\1 \ nis i Side
30-yearaverage rainfall January-June is 31.85 inches.Some 22 mDaath.* . ? . . . toe \. .i of Heaven
ches of rain has been recorded to date in 1985. Queen Tammy. . . . IH I06th Year i\'- L.ORIDA 25 Cents Copy

.. ... ... .. ... 52nd Issue -ay.july 15, 1985* USPS 062-700
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I Wortk noting Reddish Family Gives $8OOO to SFCC Project..... I

Helping close the gap on the amount still overwhelming, community-wide support be- Dolph Reddish, who followed in his father's director of the center. McFadden joked that
needed to complete the Santa Fe Community ing given to the Starke Center Robertson footsteps and is the incumbent Bradford he intended to wear a sheriffs six-gallon hat
Bloodmobile... College Starke Center were eight $1,000 said, "And we of Santa Fe will accept the sheriff, said the family welcomed this oppor- and pack a six-shooter to carry on the tradi-
checks contributed to the project last Fridayby challenge by providing the community withan tunity to share in improving the education opportunities tion of the office.
NL bloodmobile from the Civitan Mrs. P.D. Reddish and her seven sons. educational facility of which it can be pro- of the county. "We appreciate the Dr. Robertson praised the "marvelous"
Regional Blood Center in SFCC Dean of Development said the Red- ud." benefits of education. Dolph said, pointingout group of local directors who have served on
Gainesville will be at the Chamber dish donation was the first "family" endow- Glen Reddish came all the way from Pen- that five of the seven brothers have earn- the Santa Fe Board since its beginning. Drew
office today (Thursday, July 18) ment received by the college since its incep- sacola to join his mother and brothers, and all ed college degrees and two went on to do Reddish is currently a member of the board,
from 10 until 11:30: a.m. tion in 1966. their wives, for the presentation. graduate work. and Pat Farnsworth is chariman.
It was like a Reddish family reunion when Drew, the eldest of the "Reddish boys," After the presentation the Reddish family
all seven P.D. Reddish sons and their mother, served as master of ceremonies and described group was given a tour of the Santa Fe Center Pledges and contributions for the SFCC
Boys and Girls...! Ruth, gathered with Santa Fe Community the joint gift as "..:a memorial to our now nearing completion in the 1902 Bradford Starke Center project to date total $744,000,
I The Bradford College officials at a luncheon where the Dad" the late P.D. Reddish who served County courthouse, where their father's old about $100,000 short of completion. The com-
County Public to SFCC President Alan Bradford County as sheriff for 24 office pletion date is Aug. 15. Classes
Library will end its check was presented years. in the southeast corner of the first floor are set to start
summer program Robertson. "This is further evident of the Sheriff P.D. Reddish died in October 1976. will be occupied by Dr. Bernard McFadden, Aug. 26.County .
today (Thursday, July 18))
with a watermelon party for all the
children who participated in the

summer program, ages 312. Both
programs will begin at 10 a.m.
Come join your friends where the .; 44F

action Weeks.is, urges Librarian Arnold Faces

Chamber Mixer...

The July Chamber Mixer will be
hosted Tuesday, July 23, from 5:30:
to 7 p.m. by Bradford Florist, Million Dollar
located on US-30lsouth next to
Mosley Tire Co.
The following prizes will be given
away: 1) one silk tree, a $54 value;
I 2)) one silk arrangement of your
: choice up to $35; 3) a gift cer-
tificate for $20 for any purchase of F g ;

your choice. S_ Budget Cuttingsion

Cook-Out Set
Facing a million dollar cutting job $431,164 in new budget requests,
For Easter Seals... ; 'uL to keep taxes and expenses at their bringing the total budget to $4.6

I A cook-out for Easter Seals is set 84-85 level, Bradford county com million if all the new requests are

1 Friday, July 19, from 10 a.m. until P.D. Reddish Family Does Its Part for SFCC Effort... missioners this have a bigger problemthan $581,194 funded. Add reserve to that funds, keeping intact, and the
ever budget: season.
j 5 p.m. next to Handy Way Food
e; Store on SR-100 south on the corner SFCC president. Dr. Alan Robertson, receives an Each of the eight family members donated $1,000 in Commissioners indicated Monday the board has a million dollar cutting
j i of Water and Madison Streets by $8,000 donation from Mrs. P.D. (Ruth) Reddish and the memory of the late Sheriff P.D. Reddish who served 24 night, July 15, they don't want to in- problem."Obviously.
j J' the city power plant. seven sons (I-r): Drew, Sheriff Dolph Reddish. Vernon years as Bradford County sheriff before retiring. P.D. crease the burden of the some 40 per- you've been conser-
I A $1.25 donation will be asked for Jimmy, Glen, Mike and John Arthur. Reddish considered unbeatable politically, died in October cent paying of taxes.county property owners now vative, Farnsworth, as indicated told the by commissioners the

I a hamburger and chips. Organizer 19711. They also have been warned by of- $581,194 in carry-over funds, that
j of the cook-out is Clarence Lee. .
: -- ficials of the State Association of amount increased over the previous
.I' County Commissioners to budget year.If .
their federal revenue sharing funds tax revenue is kept at the current

L !Little! League Dance... i ; ; '. ': 'Ii;" -. '. :,. ''lot.. ,.. ', ,'/ thin year, some $330,237 for. fiscal level,the rollback figure is 9.321
.' J! ". _.. JM 85-86 but to not count on those funds mills, the commistlon can raise but
An nd-ol-tho-seasori dance it set ow-r .""t"I > ,J <. for another year. It Is expected that $4 ,114 additional property tax.
by the Lawtey Little League \ '. '. '-: ," t ', ',. :: those federal funds will be cut to Salaries and matching funds are
Association this Saturday night, July the main increases in the budget of
':.""j, help trim the massive deficit in the
20, from 7:30: until 11 p.m. federal budget, so commissioners most officials.
The dance is for children up to 15 figure they will probably need their
of For informationcall Jail Problem...
years age. more $581,196 carry-over worse next year
Ed Crews, phone 782-3060. then this. The county's jail problem and inmate

It means the commission, facing surveilance, isn't going away,
Car Wash... raises the state legislature gave all it seems.
county officials, and with five per Sheriff Dolph Reddish discussedhis
Saturday, July 20, at Torode Shellin cent raises included in budget requests jail outlook with the board again.
Starke the Explorer Scouts will for all county employees, will Sheriff Reddish said the state at
sponsor a car wash from 9 til 4. have some $200,000 in increased torney general's staff has stipulatedthat
The scouts are earning money to e s n spending it cannot cut. To fund the five female and five male cor
purchase their own personal pay increases and accompanying rectional officers be hired at the jail
response kits for advance first-aid. matching funds, the commission will and that they not be used for com-
Support? the scouts and get a clean have to trim in other areas. munications dispatchers.
vehicle at the same time. Or, the board will have to come up Reddish said he is working on a
with special tax districts to support contract with Alachua County to
some current county services, suchas hold Bradford's infrequent female
Upcoming... garbage service and the inmates. That makes much more

The Downtown Progress Com- volunteer fire departments. sense, the sheriff says, than having
mittee will meet today (Thursday, Clear at Last...! Counties also were given authority 15 employees at the jail when many
July 18) at 10 a.m. hi the Chamber by the '85 legislature to add an addi- times there is no woman inmate.
office to work on the budget for the The SFCC Center parking lot between the 1902 cour- leveling the lot with a county road grader. Surveyor Pat tional two cents per gallon to the cur Reddish is requesting an addi-
historic downtown renovation thouse and The Telegraph is clear at last. Welch and paving contractor Leonard Moore are help- rent 4-cent local gas tax. By doing tional secretary and two additional
pro- Debris and rubble now have been removed under the ing Schaefer who admits he's not an engineer. that commissioners could transfer correctional officers, one male and

gram.The budget will be trimmed watchful eye of Starke Commissioner Charles Schaeferto more property tax funds from the one female, for the Jail. He is hoping,
the extent the old courthouse and the First Baptist Sometime< next week the lot grading should be com road budget. Commissioner, when all is said and done, the county
in to
drastically an for attempt the get Church on Jefferson Street, are clearly visible from Call plete and concrete contractor A.W. Hamilton from however, have been most reluctantto won't be required to have more.
more support project, says Street. Gainesville will begin pouring sidewalks and curbing.The .
Chairman John Miller. even discuss raising the local gas The sheriff's proposed $560,654
First session of the concrete floors of formers stores was dug up piece Moore is going to haul the limerock free of charge.by budget, up $60,000 over last year,
Starke city commission is set Tues- piece this week. Then inmates picked up the small Schaefer doubts the parking lot will be finished by the tax."It basically shows you how big a still provides Bradford residents the
July 23 at 7:30 pieces of debris left. Schaefer is now in the process of Aug. 15 SFCC project completion date. trouble you're in," said CPA Pat
day, : p.m.
The Starke Zoning Board will Farnsworth, showing the commis- (see County Budget..p.3A: )

meet next Thursday night, July 25,
at 7 in the Starke City Hall.

Board The will Bradford meet Tuesday County Zoning, July 30, DPC Hunting More Support Will Cut BudgetFaced I

at 7 p.m. in the Starke City Hall. ,

with over 51 percent sup- proposed paving money, can be willegar of Terwillegar Ford who Call and Thompson Streets and been worked out, that it could be the
port of the planned downtown Starke eliminated. It was at a July 11 signed up for the project, $500 halfway down each block of Walnut city work crews. An underground
On Beautification... renovation effort, the Downtown meeting of the downtown property month on his building facing fall and Thompson Streets leading off watering system is part of the project
Committee will look today the and the Call Street, Robinson said.
"Bradford More Progress owners, who would finance and Court Streets running
CountyGrowing and the Old (Thursday, July 18) for ways to trim renovation project, that members of entire block between Call and Madi- "We remain convinced this is a
Beautiful Every is Day"the the proposed $498,813 project. the Downtown Progress Committee sion Street.At good thing for the business community PO Property...?
1902 Courthouse and inscriptionon stickers. Object will be to gain additional (DPC) first saw the cost estimate last Thursday night's meeting engineer Robinson told the No local decision can be made on
car tags and bumper stickers are support for the downtown effort for the site improvements of what is property owners were asked to signa assembled property owners and In- using the alleyway between Post Of-
The tags Chamber bumper of Com- planned to add trees, shrubs, and now being called the "historic sheet supporting the project. No terested citizens.No fice and the Milligarn Building as a
on sale at the of turf, add brick-paved walkways at downtown. such signature was requested of street lights were planned for flea market area with cloth covered
merce office or from members Com- street intersections, widen "We'll probably cut the budget those in opposition. About twothirdsof the side streets, Walnut and Thompson booths, as shown on the proposed
the Highway Beautification sidewalks, and install copies of drastically," says, DPC Chairman the 35 affected property owners Robinson said because he was plan said Acting Postmaster Doug
mittee: Reggie Flynn, Beverly historic gas operated gas street John Miller of the meeting set for 10 were present, and over 51 percent staying under the $500,000 limit, Haines.The .
McGee, Norman Donn also or sale Christy at lights. Area in the project is Call a.m. today in the Chamber of Com- signed up or, the DPC feels, can be Robinson said to a question by matter can be discussed with
Torode.Shell They are on Street between US-301 east to the merce building.Fiftyone counted in favor of the project. Jerome Johns. the District PO office in Tampa
Lawtey Mitchell's Drugs railroad, and Court, Walnut, and percent support is On-street parking would be reduced Haines said. A deal for a few feet fora
The Office Shop, and Chastain'sGift Thompson Streets between Madison technically sufficient to carry on the Parking Added... 17 spaces from 154 now to 134, wide sidewalk for booths might be
and Gallery. and Jefferson Streets. Robinson said answering a questionof worked out, he said, but it will haveto
be used in the project, but planners here want a 34 new parking spaces were addedin
Funds raised The project is planned to coincide more united front when they ap- engineer Jim Robinson's final Clyde Simpson, who owns the be at the district level.
of median strips on
beautification with and enhance the renovation of proach Starke commissioners about plan, which emphasized parkingover former Stump's Dept. Store
US-301. the old 1902 downtown courthousefor setting up the proposed tax district. more greenery. building, which was once a livery 15-Month Effort...
a Starke Center for Santa Fe The current $498,813 cost estimate Two-way traffic was left on all stable. DPC Chairman John Miller
Square Dance... Community College.The hits hard at some property owners, streets. How would the plantings be main- pointed out the proposed project has
planners feel some things, particularly those with corner property Decorative measures, which take tained, asked Mrs. B.F. Huffington,
The monthly square dance the such as expensive benches, some taxed on both sides. For instance up parking, were added at the In- owners of the former bakery on East (See DPC Hunting..p.3A)
Kingsley Lake Civic Center, Satur- proposed additional parking, and it will cost Byron Ter- tersections of Call and Walnut and Call St. Robinson said that had not
day, Aug. 3, will be a crazy hat
dance with callers Ken Perez and

Jerry covered Barrett.A dish. dinner is set at Loss of Trained, Experienced City Firemen Concerns: Chamber I

A dance workshopis
5:30: set p.m.at 6:30: square p.m. Mainstream dan- Concern about the City of Starke Chamber board, was named- to chaira referred to the fact that l in the last What is the solution the Chamber the Chamber board mad members when that tell
cing begins at 8 p.m. keeping trained, qualified firemenwas fact-finding committee to report six months three firemen, Mike board members wondered? some people get you
had them what to do. ...not me I kinds
few he
back Sanders, Randy Gaskins and Curtis Just in the past days
expressed at the July 11 to the Chamber board. "
meeting of the Board of Governorsof "It seems to be a matter of no importance Crawford have quit the Starke Fire been hearing rumbles here and roll with the flow, Carter said,
the Starke-Bradford Chamber of to city officials Norman Department to join the GainesvilleFire there about combining some things, laughing.A .
Moved... is more effective, said
SREC Has Commerce. said. "We're nothing but a training Department. The reason: said County Commission Chairman study
Board Member Rodney
The new address of the Com- center" for other area cities,such as raises of some! $6,000 to $8,000. Maxie Carter Jr. School "
J.E. "Get the fact. Hand it to them,
the word! pushed
Norman executive vice-
munity Outreacu Center and theHomemakers' Ray Gainesville, Norman said. !I"
Tomlinson president of the Florida Hall said "That's pressure
Office of the Suwan- president of the Community State "
nee River Economic (SREC) is 133 Bank, said subject of city fire protection Two new firemen (Nelson Green Experienced Starke firemen earn- Bank at Starke referring to con- "We all know its coming, said
West Call Street, the Hollis Knight came up in the Executive and Tom Rowe) are in training nowand ing around $11,000 per year went to solidation. Commissioner Carter, referring to
they will be saleSteve Gainesville at Sanders, Tomlinson asked what role would consolidation. "It's just a matter of
Building next door to Thefelegraph. Committee meeting prior to the gone soon, over $18,000. "
Board of Governors meeting. Futch,owner of Jones Funeral the last to quit hero, was earning the Chamber play? time. Economics will force it.
For questions please phone Norman who dared to broach the Home. $10,400 here and went to Gainesvillethis It can play a role, said Commissioner "I don't" want to start a
any The Chamber members week Carter, though he cautioned revolution, said Norman.
t$4,tni16. subject of city fire protection to the board at over $16,000.

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a I Hampton Council Proposes Appointive


Clerk, Marshal, in Charter Change \

: "" 4i. 't'o I Hampton will no longer have an ter had been a sore point for many paratus for the fire department, '!
the sale of the
with funds from
:,":.> elected marshal or clerk under a past councils.
""" plan sent to the voters by the city Qualifying will end tomorrow fire truck.
,,'., council in the June 9 regular session. (Friday July 19) for the next term
.. Apparently an attempt to have of office for the clerk and 3 council Heard a report on the construc-
i.; _I more control over the daily life of members this election also to be tion of a permanent building at the
: the city government, similiar plansto September 10.Candidates'. new city park and announced an 1
1 I hire officials have been defeatedin for council seats in August 2 date for the next recrea-
..-.... I past balloting.The Hampton do not run in groups, but tional fund raiser. "Several area
.. members agreed to place the rather are chosen on the basis of the bands will provide ...some real
separate questions concerning the 3 top vote getters in the field. The city good music. are invited to attend -
'7 two positions on the ballot in council clerk is elected in the normal .The rec committee is also
,' ', and clerk elections to be held method., ing into the purchase of a PA systemfor
September 10. Council members Amy Scott the park.Received. 1
Because the new rules would Davis and Ted Curtis and Clerk Pat
change the bylaws set down in the ci- Hayes all see their Jobs up for grabsin a report from the j
ty charter the issues must be approved this round of voting.In Florida Department of Environmental !
by the electorate of the city. other business in a slow sum- Regulation. The only adverse
The proposed changes also include mer meeting, the group: comment in the inspection was a requirement
options that will determine if the officials that a 6 foot square con-
should have to live within the Received the initial report from crete apron be poured around each
city of Hampton to be hired. the city CPA firm. The group will well at the water department.
Hard at work in Brooker... Members could not agree how now have financial statements show-
many times the elected or hired ing the town's financial condition Heard a report that the last
I At their regular July meeting, Brooker city council complishments. They are (l-r) Joe Tolleson Sue
question had been placed on city from month to month. recreation fund raiser had been
members are serious about the evening's ac Davis C.J.Stalnaker Gene Melvin and Carl Edwards. hnllot hut I all agreed that the mat- to two breathing patrolled city police.
.. _, _Agreed buy ap by .,_

I' Bradford Tax Roll Up Seven MillionThe IN JULY CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY %: ;

1985-86 tax roll, received July Brooker was the smallest with on- state Department of Education as a M' uNlo SALE NA/, tlDd IIL
11 by Property Appraiser Jimmy ly $1,140,926 in property with a requirement to obtain state funds for D Illi } ,J 1
Alvarez, is up some $7 million to a rollback millage of 1.328 and '84 education.The j \ /di
total of 172192940. taxes of$1,515.
The highest tax rate that can be school board has the same
It means taxing authorities will applied is limited by state law to 10 countywide tax base as the county .--" ,
receive slightly more property tax mills for county and municipal government, $172,192,940.The I, :
money on slightly less millage. governments."For tax role was late in coming in 1'LVkWk :
The$7 million increase came from the last couple of years, this year, according to Alvarez. He -,. ,
new property added to the tax roll everybody has been going with the said he received it July 11 alnd certified
and from re-valuing property on rollback rate," said Appraiser it to the various taxing GENT'S ANNIVERSARY LADIES FASHIONS
US-301 in Starke between Market Alvarez.So authorities the same day. DIAMOND RINGS 1. 6' BANDS Y4 Ct. TW
Road on the north and Prevatt Creek The tax role is maintained on com- m CHOKi
on US-301 south of Starke. that all property owners are. puter now by the Howze Group, a e v. Ct. TW e $499
told what is going on, each is sent a data processing company. Twentysix tt.9 YOUR v.CT.CHOICE 1W co.'fW JIS. r
Residential taxable values, as a Truth in Millage (TRIM) notice each counties participate in the net- '299 14KV.CLIW.. NKLuW '. '. .4.
whole, have not increased, Alvarez year. It lists last year's appraisedvalue work, according to Alvarez. He said '
says. It is possible, however, for the current year's appraised the delay was due to equipment problems YCI..TwZ4.. 14 Kl. LADIES SOITAIRK BRIDAL SETS : '!
some individual residential values to value, last years taxes and the cur- at the Howze Group. { 1.KLYK ,

increase. rent year's taxes. Also included are /r Ct. TW NCI. ,Yt, .:" .'.
According to Alvarez, the County the date, time and location of all "This year we've been under an $349 u! CI. {tNL : .: '
Commission has a rollback rate of public hearings on taxes. in-depth study," said Alvarez of the ,
9.322 mills, down from 9.44 mills way the tax role is made-up. CLUSTER .m uo 14 Kt uo q
levied last year. The rollback TRIM notices are not a tax bill, Every two years the state Depart- "... : $24. LADIES FANCIES LADI..SHIONS a.NT'. HIGH FASHION
millage will generate the same but are just a notification to property ment of Revenue takes a sample of 1 Ct. TW :=Ct.TW SIGNET IN GOLD
amount of revenue in 1985 as was owners of proposed taxes explains properties and compares them to tI' I4KL YCUNCHOIC/ y CNOIC/ I.OUOUCK
produced in 1984. Last year Alvarez. He said he always what the assessor's office evaluates DIAMOND GOLD .799 {a4' M 1179
$1,605,152 was produced from property gets a few checks from people who them at explained Alvarez. The two $177 $177 KI
taxes. think the notices are what they owe evaluations are compared which is
The role for Starke totaled for taxes. The TRIM notices are a major factor in approving the 3 DIAMOND 4
$51,371,888 with a rollback rate of planned to go out at the end of county tax role. e $177 Ir TRIO
2.815. $144,624 was the total propertytax August and the final tax bill in This years role has been submit- j $199K.6
bill for the city in 1984. November.The ted to DOR and the local appraisersaid ..
Lawtey property Devaluated at school board last year had a he expects to have the results
$2,371,092 with this year's rollback state mandated level of taxation set within the next 30-days. The next LADIES FASHION V. Ct. TW 7 DIAMOND IANION A"Y"
rate of 2.264. Taxes for '84 came in at 4.55 mills which generated study by the state is set for the '87 FANTASTIC :
at $5,367.In $773,670 and a discretionary rate of tax role. A 49
Hampton, $1,118,760 was the 1.10 mills which brought in an addi- In order to stay within guidelines, w S '
total with a rollback rate set at 1.714 tional $187,041. The rate, known as property has to be re-evaluated
mills. 1984 saw a,tax bill of $1,917 the required local effort is set by the periodically. YOUR CHOICE$177

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I.Starke'BudgetV YOUR CHOICE
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An initial budget workshop on percentage that employee salaries commissioners. DKWNADWIAAIIN' ANOOINONO KING
Starke's $6 million annual spendingbill will go up. Commissioner Vernon Silcox threw ANOD'.MONO' '1a' ..
is set night, July 23, at cold water on any discussion of the '::' : v .
Tuesday In other Tuesday, July 16, action, $ .
the truck is not in the
7:30 p.m.by the city commissioners.Clerk the council: matter saying .. 01.0'.1' AMETHYST ,
Neil Tucker said this Tues- current budget, and will be discussed ANO"AMO.D
day night he didn't have all the Turned over to city staffers for in the new budget.
added but that Schaefer suggested the truck be JUNIOR MISS DIAMOND RINGS
budget requests up. a evaluation the four bids received on 1 CARAT TOTAL DIAMOND DESIGNS
proposed budget would be ready for repair and painting the city water purchased in cooperation with the GEM WEIGHT YOUR CHOICE $TT
the council's attack by next Tuesday tank. Apparent low bidder is Water county, the county paying$8,000, the ...
because it would be used
night. Tower Paint &: Repair Co., Jacksonville city$24,000, GENUINE RUBY 16 DIAMOND
The city levied 3.074 mills of property at $10,907. Other bids were for the mutual aid of both city and "' AND DIAMOND '040 C1:1W *149
tax last year. In 1985-86 the from U.S. Tank Inc., Chipley. county. __.. ___ r 199 ru"9"D '7.'
same amount of dollars can be rais- $12,700; Best Way Tank&: Tower. YOUR CHOICE f '
ed by 2.815 mills because of property Pasadena, TX, $18,300, and Utility THE BRADFORD 149
value increases. Service COUNTY TELEGRAPH CHYK AND
Published every Thursdayat AND DIAMOND ''FASHION 149I
Mainly,the city derives the major Discussed the possibility of pur- 135 W. Call Street
share of its $6 million from it opera- chasing a$32,000 quick response fire 0 N a t
tion of utilities the sales of electricity truck. Fire Dept. Chairman Charles Starke. Florida 32091
gas, water. Schaefer brought up the truck, say-
City commissioners have not yet ing it would be among the coming Second Class postage paid at
discussed publicly at any rate the budget. requests to be studied byROOMS Starke, FloridaSubscription

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\ At a special meeting Tuesday, July trucks are out, there is no way for
16, the Brooker City Council approved anyone to contact them unless a call
4'r. the new marshal's salary was made to the county dispatcherat
w d and agreed to see if inmates at the jail in Starke.A .
Lawtey Correctional Institution 50 foot tower was recommendedfor
could be put to work in the city. the new equipment, but will haveto
The marshal's salary was set at wait until the next budget is ap
$200 a month by the council. The proved. The tower will cost $365
previous marshal had been paid$325 with installation and provide two-
each month until his resignation way radio communications with the
earlier this year. Darrell Williamswas trucks in a lO-to-15 mile radius of
elected May 21 to finish out the Brooker.
unexpired term Tommy Raulerson,
who moved and resigned. Budget Workshop...

The new tax role was sent out on
Labor Needed... July 11, and the council must certify

...!: ; ; xrra Hoping to get some assistance, the it within 30 days, said Clerk Robin-
council decided to have Clerk Linda son. A workshop meeting was set for
Robinson find out what the requirements July 30 at 8 p.m. to vote on the
County Equipment Cleared the Old Concrete from SFCC Parking were to get several millage rate.
Lot... prisoners to work in the city.
"We can get free labor from Road Work...
to A large the Bradford County dump truck and a front end loader were used to finally get all the debris off the former Green property this week. Lawtey Correctional Institution," Holes in the streets haven't gone
i >cu2.ri.. the expanse heavier of concrete from former stores in the SFCC parking Now the First Baptist Church and Florida National Bank at Starke can said councilman Carl Edwards away but will soon be getting some
equipment, Starke Commissioner Charles Schaefer clearly be seen from Call Street. about the program of having repairs in town.
who works every day all day overseeing the parking lot project, was able prisoners work in other cities. "We The council agreed to pay city
might" as well take advantage of it maintenance man Doc Drawdy $40
too. to haul cold patch asphalt from
"What about all those ditches Gainesville to fill in all the potholeshe
down there. We got a lot of side work could.

All Four Starke Officials Up For ReelectionAll around Gene Melvin.here,"agreed Commissioner off Priority and the was railroad given to crossing the 235 near cut-

the intersection of 235, 231 and 18.
four Starke officials up for reelection new 2-year terms are City Clerk Neil Tucker is completing his second / city council. Radio in Budget... Sue Davis told the other coun-
paid filing fees when quali- Tucker, Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, term as clerk. He previously servedon Qualifying fee, five percent of a In the 84-85 budget for the cilmembers that she had talked with
fying opened at noon Monday, July Group 4 City Commission Vernon the city council, and was chair- candidate's salary, for the clerk is volunteer fire department was a county commissioner E.W. Hodges
15, for the upcoming Sept. 10 elec Silcox and Group 2 City Commissioner man. $1,155, the police chief$1,089,and for $1,500 allocation for a new base station about the 235 cut-off and had been
Charles Schaefer. Chief Bowen, who is in North city commission $240. radio. assured the county would help out.
tion.Qualifying ends at noon Friday, Silcox, with 14 years on the coun- Carolina this week with his ill father, The city clerk earns $24,160, the At the meeting, Fire Chief Tony She said that Hodges had told her to
July 19. cil, and Schaefer with 13 years, are is completing his fifth term as chief. police chief $22,360. A city commis- Stalnaker presented a bid for $1,590 have the clerk contact the road
Candidates up for re-election] for the veterans of the city commission. Bowen also previously served on the sioner earns $4,800 per year.DPC for a new General Electric radio department and the holes would be
which the council accepted. With the patched. The council agreed to have
action,they avoided a price increase Robinson explore the mattter.
: which was projected for October.

Hunting 11I''IIII't'| : I I\) The weeks.radio will arrive in six to eight Miscellaneous...

According to Stalnaker, the radio The annual arts and crafts
been in the planning stages. for the half," Miller told the gathered fice on Walnut Street, Williams Starke in 19o.: told the property was needed because of communications festival to benefit the volunteer fire
past 15 months. businessmen. wondered."I owners "If we don't do somethingnow problems with the county jail department is scheduled for Dec. 7
"It's been a good experience," only wish Mr. Williams was for our downtown, we'll never in Starke. He also said when the fire this year.
said Miller, naming committee Property Value...? right," said Dr. Bernard McFadden, do it."
members who have spent many Millcr said he could not promise director of the Starke SFCC Center. The Starke Center of SFCC was I I
hours in meetings. There will be fewer than 500 students "dropped in our laps," said Mrs.
anybody the value of a business I
Miller pointed to several items would increase if the improvementsare and they won't all be at the school at Autry. Vacation
which might defray the project made. the same time. "I don't see how you can just sit
costs: But officials in both Eustis and Plus, the school won't be open back and let Starke to go pot," she Bible School
-A deal is in the works with the Kissimmee told the visiting DPC Saturday, and SFCC will be make said, adding, "I'm ready for it. It's
Department of Transportation, members that merchants benefited parking available to the downtownthat time." July 22.29
which has $85,000 budgeted for street from the improvement, and that day, McFadden said. That
level traffic lights on all four corners values went up from 30 to property 50 should help solve parking problemat Coming Close... 7:00: p.m. til 9:00: p.m.
of the Call and Walnut that time he said.
Street in percent within three after the Matthews said the Thursday _
tersection. Call Street is currently improvements.Walmart years Williams also worried about the meeting was the closest in 30 to 40
SR-230. Perhaps, Miller said, what committed to a $600,000 effect of the project on some of the years the town has come to making
DOT plans will fit into the downtown property cost because they know downtown merchants less able than improvements. If something is not 1 Madison Street Baptist Church
renovation project, thus saving the they're going to create traffic he to meet the demands of repayingthe done, he says, "..it's going to get
DPC money. Miller told the Starke downtown $500,000 project. "If I were to worse." Matthews refers to the
Interest rates are now down merchants. vote yes on this, I might be voting a large number of vacant stores and
below 10 percent, the rate at which hardship on others who may not be the condition of many of the
the projects cost estimates were 20-Year Loan...? able to afford it," Williams said. downtown buildings.
figured. Perhaps, said Miller, the E.L. Matthews of The Telegraphand All Ages
(money may.:Jbe borrowed.as low.aa. Jerome Johns, president of the a member of the DPC, told First to Sign...
.sev4il < ent., ;. '" Community State Bank, questioned Williams the other property owners
; Mrs. Lucille whose 6th Grade
Green family
4 .
) Ix tJfJJ1t'CtTvMUojBsjdered:; a, through
I. -T typlStar e wut1llp by us-l+ **whetker/|lbond::issue, which he said were responsit>,t4i lot themselvef owns five stores in the affected -
ing its employees to do labor which and it was there responsibility to downtown area, said she was the WelcomeS
will cut costs. "I can't express how would not cost much more per year decide if they could meet the first to sign the petition Thursday
than a 30 year bond issue proposed.
helpful the city has been, Miller payments. night.
said. Miller said Johns was probably Chairman Miller said those who
"My taxes would be a lot but I
"Every day Charles Schaefer is correct, that a 20-year issue wouldbe can afford to it can pay their share of think it's worth it."
out there on Call Street,in the Starke better. The cost estimates passedout the cost in advance,thus avoiding in-
Center SFCC parking lot, working to to property owners were terest payments.
improve the downtown," Miller calculated on a 30 year basis. Other property owners expressed
said. concern that the burden of addi-
How Many Students...? tional tax assessments would

Worth it...? How many students are expectedfor hamper their efforts to sell their pro-
SFCC Starke Center asked
"Is it worth it?" Miller asked. the ,
Merritt Williams, who nas local Matthews asked, "What will the
"How can we add$1,000 to$1,500 to
State Farm Insurance Agency. Will property be worth if you don't do
there be so many students lookingfor anything on it?"
the cost of doing business?' parkin spaces that policy Carolyn Autry, whose grandfather ? TOOTPP
"I hope we can cut that cost in holders won t be able to get to his of established a business in downtown The Best

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Budgetfrom Insurance
Coverage -

lowest per capita cost for law en- Sheriff Reddish, Librarian Arnold budgets at that time.
forcement in the entire state, Reddish Weeks, Guidance Clinic Director Dr. The board, by law, must hold two
pointed out. Bill Lennon, Emergency Services public hearings on the budget firsta
Director Cliff Associationfor tentative budget must be adopted,
The veteran sheriff repeatedly Chapman
warned the commission that if the Retarded Citizens Director Bob then a final budget, with public hear- For your farm, home, auto, business, and life.Your .
county is required to have 15 Larimer, and Communications ings on both. Anybody wanting to
employees for the Jail, he will be Director Jerry Thompson. discuss any aspect of the budget is
back with a request for some $80,000 welcome at any of the budget
more. Next Workshop... workshops, says Chairman Maxie local Farm Bureau Insurance agent is trained to Farm Bureau Insurance is available through county
In times such as these, the sheriff Next county budget workshop will Carter Jr.Waiting until the budget is help you with the best possible quality insurance product Insurance agents, headquartered at county Farm Bureau
stresses it is "our" jail to the county be in about two weeks, the date to be finalized will probably be too late to at the lowest possible rate. A broad line of coverage has offices. Farm Bureau Insurance agents are full-timu
commission.In set when Clerk Gib Brown and CPA have any chance of influencing the been developed to meet practically all Farm Bureau and professional Call your local agent and let him/her
the first budget session, which Pat Farnsworth get the budget. members' needs. show you the key to the best coverage fur you.
ran until midnight Monday,the com- commission's budget process in syn-
mission heard the following officials chronization with the Truth in The millage must be set and a
explain their budget requests: Millage Law. The remainder of the public hearing scheduled by Aug. 10.
Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn, department heads will present the Final budget Is due by Sept. 23. Bradford County Farm

Starke Commission Sets Budget WorkshopAn '. Bureau -
initial budget workshop on Mainly, the city derives the major tion of utilities, the sales of electricity
Starke's $6 million annual spending share of its $e million from it opera- gas, water. -- 9646369North
bill is set Tuesday night, July 23, at -
7:30 p.m. by the city commissioners.Clerk .
Neil Tucker said this Tues- 301 next to the
day night, he didn't have all the VACATIONSCHOOL Florida Highway Patrol Stationf
budget requests added up but that a I
proposed budget would be ready for '
the council's attack by next Tuesday BIBLE .

night.The city levied 3.074 mills of property 22 26 ;: ,
July -
tax last year. In 1985-66 the ,
same amount of dollars can be rais-
ed by 2.815 mills because of property 7-9
value increases. p.m.

Grace United Registration, July 20, 6 p.m

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Methodist ChurchRd
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Sunday School t. r 9:45 am

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422 N. St. Clair 984-5443

Walter F. Montz, Pastor $2000 Perms
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I In Case of Nuclear Attack.. .. ., Our Problem Would Be Fallout and Refugees<< I

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"Nuclear attack resulting In a direct Im- I JIll,

pact on Bradford County is a remote

possibility. Blast, heat, and initial radia- host counties,including Brad- pillars, may Improvise fallout'
distributed by the office of Bradford Coun- surrounding you protection :-
tion would not affect the
probably county. ford. These evacuees would stay in for the family. Get ready NOW for
ty Emergency Services. Following are excerpts many
The major threat exists with radioactive
from the important information and public and commercial buildings which emergency use by providing access to
fallout from nuclear attack on high risk
could be improved or upgraded crawlspace through an inside trapdoor
instructions contained in this booklet: using or
target areas surrounding the county. earth as shielding to provide fallout pro- through the outside foundation walls.
"A nuclear attack upon the U.S. would tection. Bradford County residents who do
This is the opening paragraph in a most likely occur only after a gradual not wish to develop an expedient fallout Select a crawl space area that is under
booklet entitled "EMERGENCY buildup of international tension which shelter in their home may go to one of the Z the center of the house,as far from the out-
INFORMATIONNatural and Man-Made would allow for evacuation of populationfrom approximately 338 buildings Identified in side foundation walls as possible. Place
Hazards That Could Occur in Bradford major risk areas. the county which will provide protection Table or workbench can be used for shielding material around this central

County," soon to be prepared and_ "Evacuation from the Duval Countyarea for! both residents and evacuees. fallout protection In home. area,preferably bricks or concrete blocks,
would require sheltering evacuees in or containers filled with sand or earth
.l level up to first floor so that
) Seek shelter immediately, taking suppliesof from forms' the walls of

'f". "I' .. 11-4]wst..a ssr water and food, if time permits. Do not shelter area. On floor above, place other
take alcoholic
pets, weapons, shielding material to form a thicker roof
Editorials bulky refrigeration.items, and foods requiring cookingand for the shelter.

: ; ALERT SIGNAL Is a steady blast or
':itfi siren tone for 3 to 5 minutes.
: .
.' ,'d"1f1 :. i': .. Important \ .
Radiation loses strength with passage of tt3
4O Years Ago -1N\f\-. time and increasing distance from source. ''toa
Best protection is to surround yourselfwith ts
heavy materials, under a fallout wr.a
ATTACK SIGNAL is 3 to 5 minute shelter. Gamma rays from fallout par- _
? wavering siren tone, or Intermittent whis- ticles cannot be seen, but can penetrate a
Atomic Birthday or Deathday tle blast. light materials. Heavy clothing alone will Y" '1J
not provide sufficient protection. If fallout

"There is a possibility that there will be particles reach your skin, brush off im What to take with you when evacuatingto

of worldwide no time for evacuation of risk areas. If a mediately.A emergency fallout shelter.
Tuesday was a birthday On the local basis, Civil Defense, is warning of attack is received, protection large dose of radiation in a short
significancebut it was not a birthdayto without funding. The former C.D. from fallout should be taken immediately. period is more damaging than smaller
celebrate. In fact, it might more fit- quarters at the fairgrounds is deserted Fallout from nearby risk areas may affect doses over a long period. Rays are most Ground Floor ShelterIf

tingly be called a "deathday". and the North Florida Regional officeon Bradford County within 30 minutes." sick dangerous to the very young, very old, or house has no basement and no crawl

On July 16 forty years ago a small Edwards Road is in the process of being people. space surrounded by foundation walls,
Emergency WarningIf limited fallout be obtainedin
band of scientists and soldiers vacated under the ad- protection may
gathered, Reagan Home Fallout SheltersTo a shelter on the first floor by following
without fanfare, on a desert in New ministration's policy of neglecting or it appears that an attack may be madeon the same technique described above. Best
will need
Mexico to the world's first the civil defense ef the U.S., emergency management of- improvise a shelter you for this shelter is hall
explode totally abolishing ficials will start notifying the public by all shielding materialconcrete blocks, place a room, or
nuclear device unleashing a fire ball fort. addi- large clothes closet on the ground floor of
available means, including radio and TV bricks, sand, etc. Items providing
that leapt 40,000 feet into the at- stations, sirens,horns and other public ad- tional shelter include: Solid doors taken off house, away from the this outside walls and
windows. However
mosphere, its 100-million degree heat Ls.sr.ass.ar dress systems.The hinges; dressers and chests with drawers shelter will not give as much protection as
vaporizing a steel tower, and fusing the ATTENTION-ALERT signal is a filled with earth; tables, bookcases, others described here.
washers etc.
blast tone for 3 to 5 minutes. An
desert floor into glass crystals. - steady or Detailed procedures and plans for
ATTACK-WARNING signal is a 3 to 5 Most houses in Bradford County have no
Some of the scientists feared that the -- -- -- minutes wavering siren tone, or intermit- basement, but "crawl spaces" between emergency protection may be examined at
the Office of Services
nuclear holocaust might touch off a -:: tent whistle blast, meaning that incoming first floor and the ground may be utilized. Weldon and Grand Emergency Streets in Starke. at
chain reaction in the atmosphere, in- bombers or missiles have been detected. If house is set on foundation walls not on

cinerating the entire world. Fortunately -

that doomsday prediction was

postponed. to some as yet undetermineddate. County Agent's Notebook by"bbyL.T.ylor I

The events of that fateful day staggerthe --
imagination.We are told that the intensity -
Using the right amount of the
right fungicide.As .
of the fireball couldhave, been fungicide is essential for effective plant Applying FungicidesIf
seen from another planet.., the ; -= disease control. But, that's only half the I said, you should begin control
temperature at its center was four ==-- battle I You must also know when to apply disease symptoms that have appearedseem measures at the first sign of infection.
s to get worse after you've sprayed, However, if don't begin untila
the selected you spraying
times that at the center of the sun... the material.find Unfortunately, don't get discouraged. Remember that disease has spread quite a bit,you shoulduse
many gardeners may timing to as
radioactivity set loose was equal to a confusing as chemical selection. fungicides can only prevent, not cure, an the most effective material you can
million times the world's total radium infection. A disease may continue to produce find,and apply it at the highest rate allowed -
supply... men burrowed into their sandy Fungicides work by preventing plant symptoms for some time after spray- on the product label. Also, shorten the
First atomic mushroom cloud appearedIn diseases. They serve as shields against in- ing. However, you should notice a interval between sprays as much as the
trenches like ants, and no living thing desert 40 years ago. fection not cures. These chemicals can't slowdown in symptom development within label recommends, and water the plants
touched by the fireball survived.On save plants or plant parts that are already about 10 days following application of a only when necessary.
infected. They can only limit the spread of
August 6, 1945, three weeks after disease to healthy plants. So, it's very im-
the desert experiment, the Japanese ci- According to recent reports, portant to begin a fungicidal spray program
ty of Hiroshima was flattened by an America's nuclear arsenal now standsat at the first signs of attack or, better

atomic bomb that was a mere popgun an estimated 26,000 ,weapons, and yet, even before you notice any symptomsat Forestry. in Bradford County 1
>\- jnjVl\ 111.'J": 7 Russia is believed to To I
20,000. 'd' : '
compared to today's sups;-weapons. possess alWheriVou '
The Trident. submarine,. soon to been these totals:may be added another,4000, ) notice the first signs of fungus 'I'ltlli'I' yMfv aeafN I.\BY.Q.'Yld\20 ..,.""..414. IN'! rto. aC"a01N. !t y, oresSIutu. .aead\
disease usually leaf spots or blight, o< u- u" I '
to St. more or less distributed "among the you h'btit still availablefor
production as near us as Mary's, can be fairly sure that the affected adequate supplies are
Georgia, will carry enough firepower to budding nuclear stockpiles of China, have been infected for a least three plants days, Trees in Big DemandThe Virginia pine (a popular Christmastree

destroy every major city in the Nor- Great Britain, France, India and and perhaps as long as two weeks. Symp- Division of Forestry stepped up the seedling) at $25 per thousand.

thern Hemisphere. perhaps Israel and South Africa. Mostof toms of bacterial leaf spots and downy production of tree seedlings by several Other deciduous trees still available
these are more or less responsible mildews usually appear three to ten days million trees this year in response to in- from the Division of Forestry nurseries in-
As fearsome as was that first nuclear but what could after infection. Other leaf diseases have in- creased plantings by landowners. The clude Dogwood and Bald Cypress, both are
explosion in the New Mexican desert, governments, imagine cubation periods of from seven to ten days state grows about half the 170 million $60 per thousand.
Earth if irresponsible
none of the scientists on that day, 40 happen to planet some in some cases as long as from ten to 14 seedlings planted each year Florida, Information about how to order t'ucse

years ago, could have imagined, as one third world country- several days. Greasy spots on citrus can take with large wood-using industries product seedlings is available from any local Divi-
even some terriorist groupgot their months to show up. the rest of their sion of
writer it "...a future in which we ing own uses. Forestry office with forestry ques-
put' to hands on the bomb? Generally, the longer the incubation A record crop of 35 million improved tions at the County Forester's office in the
would all become hostages a
period, the slower a disease spreads, and Slash pine seedlings are growing in state Bradford County Agricultural Building.
nuclear arsenal of 50 000
the more easily it can be controlled. Obviously
nurseries this to landowners
warheads with a combined yield of close In its Nuclear Birthday editorial, the then, diseases that have short in- during the 1985-86 year winter supply planting season.

to 20 billion tons of TNT1.25 million Gainesville Sun commented: "...to cubation periods,such as bacterial blights, Letters.

times the yield of the Hiroshima bomb." assume that, because the Bomb has not and control.downy mildews,are the most difficultto form These and improved an estimated seedlings 15 percent grow to faster good ...

been dropped in anger in 40 years it has than ordinary Slash pines. This is good
of the sub-
With the coming little, if any, affect on our lives would be Other variables, such as weather condi- news for landowners seeking to boost McKlnney Expresses
marine, St. Mary's Ga., less than a hun- foolish. Building and maintaining our tions, cultural controls, fungicide toxicity, timber production on their land. Thanks to Public
dred miles from Starke, as the crow and spray application techniques also will For Past Support
nuclear arsenal has contributed in large have effect Material for placing orders became
some on your attempts to con-
nuclear fallout falls will
flies or as the measures to our staggering federal trol a disease. But, the one factor that will available July 1, with delivery scheduledfor Editor TelegraphI
become the most vulnerable target in deficit. Congress and the President have the most influence is the time at the winter planting season. am writing to publicly express my appreciation -
to all of the who
the world, according to one authority have long sacrificed the welfare of which you begin your spray program. As I Another pine supplied by the state helped make my 6V4 years many as principal people at
speaking on a news program Monday America's poor and disadvantaged to said, the earlier you begin, the more suc- nurseries is the rust-resistant Loblolly, Bradford Middle School a rewarding and
cessful you will be. also commercial tree in Florida.
a major
mght.Even. satisfying experience. I
the of nuclear device am especially
piling atop
is Jacksonville process You should always inspect your plants The price for improved Slash is $18 per grateful to all of the students, parents,
closer home
to nuclear
device. Star Wars will cost hun-
carefully and frequently, and begin spray- thousand and rust-resistant Loblolly is $20 staff members and the entire Bradford
where 140 nuclear depth charges and 90 dreds of billions of dollars to develop- ing at the first sign of infection. It may per thousand seedlings. County Community for all of your supportand

other nuclear weapons are reportedly it can be developed at all. The Reagan seem that extensive disease symptoms Several other species of trees are assitance.It .
stored, making this section of Northeast administration wants to lay $450 billionat develop overnight. However, a few spots available for purchase from the state has been my great privilege to have
Florida a sure bet for the Soviet hit list the nuclear altar over the next six always appear: on the leaves before a sud- nurseries.The Choctawhatachee: sand fine served as principal at four of our Bradford
fatal button be pushed ac- den explosion of symptoms. And, you and the Longleaf pine,both are in grea County Schools during the past 14 years. I
should the in in the
years. Already production, or should have
remain alert for these early warn- mand so you should place your order early especially enjoyed working with the
cidently or otherwise.And planning stages, are new nuclear ings. Also, if you know from past ex- if you are interested in those species. The students at all of those schools.

closer yet is Gainesville, the weapons systems costing between $335 perience that a disease problem is likely to price of Sand pine is $17 per thousand and Now, as I move to the position of Assis-
of Florida billion to $400 billion. develop, you should begin to a spray program Longleaf pine is $20 per thousand. tant Superintendent in the Bradford Coun-
of the University ,
home before you see any symptoms at all. ty School System from which I graduated
which has been designated as one I of Then, continue spraying at the intervals The total production of Live Oak and in 1961, I look forward to serving all of our
three universities assigned to undertake "Perhaps the nuclear genie can never suggested on the product label. Laurel Oak has already been exhausted. schools. Please call on me if I can be of

initial research for the development of be put back into its bottle. But even now, assistance.

President Reagan's so-called "Star 40 years after Trinity (the first desert Help Restore Dewey B.McKinney

Wars" system of space-based explosion), it is not too late to hope that Asst.Superintendent Bradford of Support Services
County School System
"strategic defense". Gainesville, too, ''the genie can be somewhat restrained

would doubtless be "on the list". before the world's super powers spend Statue of Liberty

President Reagan's Star Wars gambit themselves into bankruptcy." Covered Dish Supper
Before July 4. 1986 Set for Saturday
threatens to undo the SALT I anti- And the idiotic irony of it all is that the At Kingsley Civic Center

ballistic missile accord and acceleratethe billions and trillions being withdrawn Members

already fantastic nuclear arms from useful purposes, such as food and To: Lee lacocca. Chairman so Lake Property and Owners guests of Association the Kingsley will

race, based.on the false psychology that shelter for the hungry and destitute, Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island have a covered dish supper at the Civic

national security, on either side, can be researching cures for fatal diseases, Centennial CommissionI Center Saturday, July 20. Baked ham will

achieved through nuclear one- assistance for the handicapped, higher be supplied by KLPOA, supplemented by

upmanship. But each new system education for the disadvantaged, was surprised and saddened Supper covered dishes will be brought by those attending..

developed by the U.S. has been matchedor rebuilding the nation's sagging in- when I heard that the Statue of members and guests served are invited at 7 p.m.to gather, but

bettered by Russia in less than five frastructure, enhancing and enlargingits Liberty was in such a serious state of earlier for a time of fellowship.

years,.and there is no reason to think parks 'system, cleaning up toxic disrepair, and I want to help. All residents of the lake, full the or

that Star Wars will be an exception.. waste dumps, and controlling pollutionof I agree we must do everything we ,facilities vacationers at, are the invited center to,enjoy Including new a

All this while the U.S. Civil Defense air and water resources, are being can preserve this great monu- playground for children and tennis court

system (if it can be called that) has poured into nuclear devices that can ment. 'Here is the most generous. for adults .

become practically non-existent. The never be used because the world will be contribution I can afford in the
amount checked below, to help Harold 11111 Presented
little that is left is based largely on proposed destroyed if they are. save
the Statue.If Volunteer
from and restore M of the Year
efforts to evacuate refugees
Award for Services
nuclear-bombed cities ,and military in-
Harold Hill of Santa Fe Lake; presidentof
stallations into outlying areas that are im- As he watched the world's first you would like to have a part in restoring the Statue of Liberty the Lake Dwellers Association has been

not nuclear targets. It is easy to atomic blast in the New Mexico desert, symbol of our American freedom, please clip this coupon presented "The Volunteer of the Year
this would be if
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and mail to address given below. Checks should be made
from Jacksonville and one of the observing spoke Gainesville Rotary Club for services
Gainesville started pouring into Starke, what could, some day, become the payable to: STATUE OF LIBERTY.Mail rendered to Alachua County during the
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I Mr. and Mrs James:C. Hobbs Golden Anniversary '",.,-o" ""I''oI .,.,.,..,,"I'' .!

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Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hobbs white'' sweet peas, yellow roses, Mrs. Leonard Register, Mrs Lou'. Mclnnis,Sr. ;' l ;;: .,',.
were honored at a reception on yellow daisies and old button poms. Struth Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. Farrell and ; ..
Saturday evening, June 29, to On either side of the cake were two H.M. iitlcharde, Mrs. Douglas Har Mr. and : te *' ,.
celebrate their 50th wedding an- candelabras with yellow burning Della Rosenberg, Mrs. Williams
niversary. Hosts for the occasion tapers and centered with an ar Grady Overstreet, Mrs. James A. Tallahassee;
included their children and spouses: rangement of yellow roses, mums, Lewis,. Mrs. George Roberts, Jr., Jackson and
Richard and Bonnie Hobbs of gold button poms andyellow carnations Mrs. .,.H. Dennis and Mrs. Lamar Springs, Ga.; '
Jacksonville, Jackie and Malcolm and greenery. The top tier of Reddish. Adkins of ;
.. Mcinnis of Knoxville,Tenn.,Pat and the cake Held an arrangement of Among the guests who shared this Mrs. Jack i .
Wilbur Barry of Pensacola, Darlene yellow carnations and gold button special evening from outoftownwere Lancaster, 1
Hobbs of Kingsley Lake and Maxine poms and a golden "50" emblem as : the grandchildren Jennifer Baldwin .i Ir: '.
Hobbs of Gainesville.The the highlight. Hobbs from Gray Court, S.C., Baldwin and ; ,
guests were greeted by Mrs. The food table,which was covered Maurie Dee Mcinnis fron Knoxville, Mr. and ;
Don Hardenbrook and Mrs. J.E. with a floor length skirted cloth Tenn., Linda Barry and Steve Barry Mr. and
Hardy and presented to Mr. and overlaid with lace, held an array of from Pensacola, Jay Hobbs and Gainesville;
: Mrs. Hobbs in the foyer of the finger foods, mints and nuts. An arrangement Susan Hobbs from Gainesville Futch of ;
Fellowship Hall at the First United of yellow roses, gold but Also out-of-town guests: Mr. and Chesser of ;
i Methodist Church. Mrs. T.H. Slade, ton poms, yellow mums and yellow Mrs. Leon Milleri Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hinson of ;
Mrs. Houston McClane and Mrs. carnations and greenery com- Miller Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. ; the church
L.H. Gibson presided over the plemented the table. Richard Wallace, Jane and Brad Mrs. of Mid-
.o registry while seated at a'round The two round punch tables were and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thomas of Sue
table with a floor length skirted cloth covered similar to the other tables Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Keith Gospel Ser-
overlaid with a lace cloth, and were centered with crystal ,--.",""' .. ._. the Weeks I
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highlighted with a bud with punch bowls encircled with fern and ,. I
vase .
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yellow rose buds. yellow daisies.Throughout. .:f! Herbert
w An appropriate program of soft the hall various \ ;
music was provided the evening plants,palms and ficus trees were at "> ':., '
by Mrs. L.A. Canova at the piano vantage points. ". -
and W.B. McKinney on the violin. Mrs. Hobbs gown was com- : :
The cake table, with a floor length plemented with a wrist corsage of \; ,
skirted cloth overlaid with a lace sweetheart yellow rose buds and '
cloth, held a three tiered cake with baby's breath and Mr. Hobbs wore a I of the
four surrounding cakes. Each cake yellow rose bud boutonniere. I r e a covered
was decorated with clusters of off- Assisting with the reception were: 20, at 7
Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mrs. JW. Ritch, .
families are

: Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae

Celebrate 40th Wedding 20*

:; Anniversary July 13 their 20 Baptist Edgar, from 50th

47 Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. McRae of ming effect.Of .
: Theressa were honored Saturday great interest during the party are in
evening, July 13 with a surprise was the table of photos and family
to celebrate their 40th albums. Centered with a ruby, pink Mr.and Mrs.James C.Hobbs
wedding anniversary held at the and white silk flower arrangement, |
Starke Golf and Country Club. the table held 7 albums of the coupleon
The reception was given bv their their wedding day, along with recent y
children, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin framed photos, and their mar- Vacation
Brown of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. riage certificate were also
Richard Plen Gnann of Theressa, displayed.Individual.
and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Scott tables were set up on Bible School
either side of the dance floor. All
McRae of Crystal Lake; also their
grandchildren, Jason, Jennifer and were covered with white lace
Jody Brown, Mindy and Jill Gnann, tablecloths and decorated with burn- Methodist VBS
: and Jeremy McRae. Ing candles in mauve-colored
candleholders with fern around July 21 26 :
Guests were greeted at the door by ,
Mr. and Mrs. McRae and their their bases. Vacation Bible School will be held
children.The guest book was kept by Ferns, potted plants and potted at the First United Methodist ::::' : : !
Miss Jennifer Brown and Mindy trees were used throughout the par- Church I!
Sunday to Friday, July 21 -
Gnann. ty room. Mrs. Ben Moxley assistedin 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Fellowship \ :
Serving punch were Mrs. Ernie the decorating. Hall.
Triest, Miss Nancy Grider and Miss Music was provided by Mr. There will be a sandwich supper :
Kimberly Brown. Assisting were Grover Howard of Orange Park.The Sunday evening at 6 p.m..drinks
Mrs. Edward Loper,Jason and Jody "Big Band" sounds of the 40's were and dessert will be furnished.The .
Brown. played throughout the evening with school will be for all ages from
Seperate punch tables for the Mr. and Mrs. McRae beginning the age 2 through adults A nursery will
champagne punch and fruit punch dancing to "Moonlight Serenade". provided. KIST"M
flanked the cake table. Among the guests were Mr. and Come and enjoy refreshments,
The 3-tiered wedding cake, Mrs. Robert E. Bitgood of Theressa, recreation and classes each eveningnext
highlighted with fern around its parents of Mrs. McRae. Mr. week.

base, centered the table "",hicbwas'1decorated 'IIMCRae'a"pare'Dts were unable-to at-0 ,.J!. ,, ,.. ..).......-.jt';.........,. -,(. '
'. with stemmed lead tend because of illness. 'WI
crystal candle holders containing Julian and Nita McRae were married -
ruby tapers. Identical ruby tinted on July 14th 1945 in Hope Madison St. Baptists
champagne crystal glasses engraved Valley, Rhode Island, in the Holding VBS July 22.26 }
-. with "Happy 40th Wedding An- presence of the immediate family.Mr. .
niversary" were placed in front of McRae was on a weekend leave Madison Street Baptist Church )
the cake and were used to toast the from' Lawson General Hospital in will hold Vacation Bible School July
couple. Atlanta,Ga.,where he was stationed 22-25, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. forages c
; The refreshment table was after being seriously wounded on the four years old through sixth grade.
centered with a silk flower arrange- island of Luzon in the Phillipines Please come and join in the fun. r
; ment of tulips, irises, carnations, during World War II. They had met
., lillies, and fern and held in a stained two years earlier In Keystone
glass vase. Midway on each end of Heights where. Mrs. McRae's !
the table were matching .4-tiered father, Col. Bitgood, was the com-
candelabra holding ruby tapers and mander of the Keystone Air Base. Bible SchoolAt
bowls of fresh carnations and mums. The couple left immediately after !
An assortment of finger foods filled their wedding to return to Atlanta, Bethel Baptist (
the table that was decorated with where they resided until Mr.McRae's Bethel Baptist Church on SR 230A (S ,\,
tablecloths. A handmadelace release from the hospital in School
twin ruby will hold Vacation Bible July
tablecloth angled in the centerof October 1945.Approximately. ,
22-26, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
the table and forming a triangle 200 guests attended Registration will be July 20 at 6 p.m.
down the front completed the char- the reception.

: Engaged Couple Honored at Parties

Williams/Tucker parties Dea Rutledge. Also, assisting in the memento of the occasion.
[i. kitchen was Mrs. Frank W. Palmer. Fifty couples were invited to at-
Miss Laura Williams and Bruce tend at 7:30: p.m.
Tucker, whose marriage will be an ..... {
event of Aug. 10, were honored at
< three parties over the weekend. Saturday night Miss Williams and
I Mr. Tucker were given a couple's On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T.H.
..... dinner party at the home of Mr. and Slade entertained the Neil Tucker !
Mrs. J.R. Reddish at Raiford. Co- ,family and Miss Williams at brunchat !
Mrs. John C. Greene of Camp hosts were: Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy the Ravine Club in Middleburgwith
Blanding hosted a luncheon for Miss Mr. and Mrs. Pat Farnsworth 12 attending.The .
y Laurie Williams on Saturday, July Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade Mr. andMrs. 'dining table was centered
Drew Redish, Mrs. Joan Chit- with a seasonal!flower arrangement.
13.The center table contained a cut ty, Mrs. Linda Johns, Mr. and Mrs.
crystal container of silk flowers of Bobby Biggs and Dr. and Mrs. Denmark -
.. green tiger limes and peach roses, !
mixed with light blue and white spr- Highlighting points of Interest in
ing flowers. The table was overlaid the party rooms were arrangementsof Social and Church
with a white lace Army/Navy table seasonal flowers. News DeadlineAll
cloth. Place cards of china markedthe The buffet table was covered with l
places for each of the guests.The an Army/Navy cloth and centered social news must be turnedIn
table also had peach candles in the with a round crystal bowl holding an by Monday. 5 p.m. and all
three-tiered candlebras. Oriental arrangement of purple iris social news coming In after that
The other three tables were and pink shasta daisies, balanced by time will be held until next week.
overlaid with white lace cloths and silver candelabras with pink tapers. This Includes weddings, receptions -
centered with arrangements of The dining tables arranged parties, notices, church
; green dish gardens' with yellow throughout the house and patio were news, club news and/or any
mums in the arrangements. covered with lace cloths and Items requested to be shown on
.. Fourteen guests were present for centered with. miniature arrangements social pages.
the luncheon. Laurie was presentedwith of pink azaleas. Your cooperation will be greatly -
a gift of a silver tray. Assistingin The hosts presented the couple appreciated,,Social Editor.
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.11TtUGRAPH July 18, 1985

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I Shower y Honor. Betty Lee and John Brackette; Ji% '
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Eaves whose --
Jacqueline "Tissy" ;: ,
marriage to Buddy Williams was an ".\ "
event of July 12, was given a r neIf Marry June 15 in Home Ceremony '
miscellaneous shower by her aunt .
Mrs. Tommy Thomas and aunt ofthe

prospective groom, Mrs.Tommy Mr. and Mrs. Levi Boree of Mid- served as matron of honor and the Jimmy McDavid and Jackie Bran-
Chastain at the Thomas home on dleburg announce the marriage of groom's brother, Jimmy McDavidof nen.
Stancil Road on Tuesday evening, their daughter Betty Lee of Starke, Alachua was best man.
July 9.The. to John Howard Brackett, Jr., son of A program of music was providedby Following a wedding trip to South
guests enjoyed games and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Brackett, Sr. the bride's cousin, Kristy Johns. Carolina the couple Is residing
refreshments which carried out the of Worthington Springs. A reception was given by Mrs. Lake Butler.
lavender color scheme chosen by the ceremony was Charles Johns and Mrs. Elsie Nor-
\ honoree. performed June 15,at 7 p.m. by Rev. man. Sonya Heape kept the bride's The bride is employed by the
Honored guests Included the Greg Douglas at the home of the book. Assisting at the punch table Union County School Board. The
\i mother of the bride, Mrs. Jack bride's parents. were Tracy Bagomer and Sonya groom, is in the Marine Corps sta-

II!:!!...... 1Stephanie Eaves, mother and grandmothers of Robin Doster of Poquoson, Va. Heape. Serving the cake were Mrs. tioned in Beaufort, S.C.
........ the groom, Mrs. Jerry Williams,
Denison Mrs. Carlton. Chastain and Mrs.
Willie Williams, all of Starke.
Barry King Among the lovely and practical Did You Know
gifts received by the bride was a Kandi Hamilton
Stephanie Denlson, mixer from her hostesses.

Barry King Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs and son Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrookand
To Wed 14 Jacqueline Eaves Kandi Hamilton of Covington, Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. and family of Odenton, Md. are Mr. and Mrs. Mark Harden-
Sept. Shower Honoree Ray Stefanelli and family of Cincin- visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. brook and family were at St.
Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Denison, Sr. of nati, Ohio are spending two weeks Harding, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Augustine Beach last week. They
Patterson Ga. announce the Jacqueline "Tissy" Eaves was Majorette Award with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lawson and brother-in-law and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Sam
engagement and approaching mar- honored with a bridal shower Thurs- Stefanelli in Starke and with Mr. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Crawford Bassett and children and Miss Gail
riage of their daughter, Stephanie day, July 11. at the home of Mrs. Kandi Hamilton Mrs. Bob Stefanelli in Gainesvilleand this week. Douglas from Tuesday to Thursday.Mr. .
Denise, to Barry King, son of Mr. Jerry Williams. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Stefanelli at
and Mrs. Lowell King of Starke. Hostesses for the occasion were A.W. and Pat Hamilton of Oak Hampton Lake. They also attended and Mrs. Ed Hudson were
The bride-elect is a graduate of Melissa Kelly and Joan Watson. Gainesville and former residents of the Caruso family reunion. Duplicate Bridge Club results for called to Blountsville, Ala. last Tues-
Pierce County High School and is at- The refreshment table carried out Lawtey, won the "Miss Majorette July 9 were: first Mr. and Mrs. day by the death of Ed's father,
tending Ware County Junior College. the lavendar and white color theme Grand Champion Award for 1985", Call Tel-Med for medical informa- Jack Burnette; second Lucille George C. Hudson. The funeral was
Mr. King is a Bradford High chosen by the bride. Decorative silk sponsored by the Marching Aux- tion on over 200 subjects. Call Green and Margie Thomson; third on Thursday.
School graduate and is employed by flower arrangements were also usedat iliaries of America on the Universityof 964-6000 for a free brochure. Ida Shaw.and Evelyn Griffin.
Inter Group Video Systems and vantage points in the party rooms. Florida campus.
Marine Reserve. Several games with prizes were Kandi, 14, is a majorette at
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The wedding is planned for Sept. enjoyed by the guests. Prizes were Buchholz High School In Gainesville, ,
awarded to Miss Donna Moody and and is in the 10th grade. -- --
14, at 5:30: p.m. in Patterson Baptist
Church, Patterson, Ga. the honoree. Her mother,Mrs. Pat Hamilton, Is
All friends and relatives are in- The honoree, her mother, Mrs. the former Pat Sappof Lawtey.Mrs. 0
vited to attend. Joanna Eaves and mother-in-law Hamilton is the daughter of the late
Mrs. Sue Williams were presenterwith John and Bessie Sapp of Lawtey,
corsages. and the sister of Joe, James, Billy, RED
Am. Legion Auxllllary and George Sapp and the sister of
Sharon Eiland and Mildred Petzel,
Holds InstallationOf all of Lawtey. Kandi's brothers,

OfficersThe Andrea Waterhouse Alan, Greg, and Barry, are also AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE

Shower HonoreeMrs. originally from Lawtey. Com In & pick-up iw Rome Draw Ml Circular lot |
of officers of the Baby
installation Hamilton is doing the concrete Sale Prices Good Thru Saturday July 20th. aavMSe on Hums hf your ton .
American Legion, Jones Langford Jack Waterhouse was work on the parking lot of the Starke
White post 56, Auxiliary was held on honored with a baby shower Mon- Center of Santa Fe Community College f
June 25, at the Legion Hall at 8 p.m. day, July 1, given by Mrs. Jessie ft,
preceding a covered dish supper. Myers, Mrs. Jimmy McDonald and
Muriel Ault 4th District Presidentof bn IHel'I
Mrs. Perry Nicula at the home of the e lyn>
the American Legion Auxiliary in-
latter in Lawtey. Heather
stalled the following officers: presi- The refreshment table was
dent Antoinette J. Coss; vice- 2nd
decorated with a white lace fl .
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president Violet Stallings; tablecloth and a basket shaped Birthday July 9
secretary-treasurer Mary Gissy;
watermelon holding an assortmentof =
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chaplain Lucille Steel historian Little Miss Heather Wise whose .:
; fruit bites. Pink and blue 'Care NOI[ ()OK. _
Edith Gowans and Sergeant-at-arms Bear' cakes were served with punch birthday was July 9, celebrated her ..i.-I- .-..",'," -:=--
Mary Brown. second birthday with a given
and an assortment of fingerfoods.
The next meeting of the AuxiUiary Among the thirty guests attendingwere by her parents, Donny part Carol % OHUURhAIR: "PRODUCTS |] DENTAEARD TOOTHPASTE I || COLLEGE ,
will be held Sept. 10, at 7 p.m. her mother Mrs. A. J. Eaves, Wise at their home in Theressa. '

III; her grandmother Mrs. L. C. Papa Ralph Wise gave special NUTEli"
Caruso Reunion Early; her sister Carmen and Jack's prayer to start off the celebration.The 19 I 2r Ui

Held July 7 at HamptonA grandmother nursing gown Mrs. and A. E.a Brown.A baby book. the Rainbow party decorations.Brite theme The carriedout party g' "g 1E

reunion of members of the were presented to the honoree from table was covered with a rainbow ; 1.1.01. POMP FOR ,LUST ARNENaJ w ;
Caruso family, organized by Mrs. Al the hostesses as a memento of the cloth and centered with a Rainbow ',A aIA _' COMHTIWUIr a 1.1-DL a ,
(Antoinette Caruso) Stefanelli of occasion. Brite cake, made by her mother. 1. 1 ii It i_* wv T-oz. "IIIIILAII'X WIIIISOUND 'tOO-SHEm.
Grandma Rebecca Wise made ;! "
Starke was held Sunday, July 7 at cupcakes ,
the Hampton Lake home of Mr. and served with ice cream and
Mrs. Al Stefanelli. drinks.
Over 80 people attended the reu- Approximately 30 friends and p
Sherrt Norman
nion coming from Gainesville relatives attended the party in-
' Jacksonville Fort Lauderdale andother Graduates FromUniversity cluding Heather's great grandmother o w
,: Florida cities; and some from > Millie Starling of Starke.
as far away as Mobile, Ala., Cov- flosplfat.J .. Heather received 'Little Tikes"rocking
ington, Ky. and Cincinatti, Ohio. Sherri E. Norman daughter of horse from her parents for
Buffet style tables were set up out- Marcus and Joy Norman of Starke, the occasion.

doors to hold a variety of foods graduates from the University Purchase I Cmr Girt Eye Shadow Tilo for 2B9racthw CIAIROt SUMMIII
brought by those attending. Radiological program at University 'T i a Com Girl era-Lining Pencil for 1A 2.32 9ge' IIfTlR SHAVE 250'0 IIONOIs.oz.
Before eating, everyone joined Hospital in Jacksonville on Friday, ServicemenSSgt. Vilui for V) Silocted Shades : HAIII COLDS
hands in a circle to say a prayer of July 12 while working full time at OFF 3 TYPES
thanks. Bradford Hospital, Inc. for six

years.Miss at Bradford the. age Norman County of 16 High and graduated then School attended in from 1979 Promoted. S.A.In Loznicka Air Force [ ; ( : : j -

HOUNCk Santa Fe Community College for two ( :
years,after which she transferred to Stephen A. Loznicka son of ,......
university Hospital where she George F. and Lillian N. Loznicka of
graduated with a 3.86 average, the Lawtey, has been promoted In the
third highest in the class. She will be U.S. Air Force to the rank of staff CONAIR MITCHUM 1.S-OZ IONNSON'E
working at Lake City Lake Shore sergeant.Loznicka. I2 1 9 9 ROLL-ON 2-02. JOHNSON'S
Hospital. is an electronic warfare SOUD or 4-OZ. J I0091OYPOWDERCHOICE J J"TROPICAL
OF 1
Chistopher and Christina Sullivan Ne mac Ipn
Attending the ceremony were systems technician with the 23rd _
Danny and Donna Sullivan of Janice Thompson of Arcadia Donna Tactical Fighter Wing at EnglandAir
of and Diane Base La.
Waverby Mississippi ,
Waldo announce the birth of twins,
Christopher and Christina, born July and Toni Voudy of Miami. Followingher He is a graduate of Bradford High
8 In Alachua General Hospital. graduation, Sherri! gave a small School.
speech where she dedicated a book
Maternal grandparents are
and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford of to the upcoming Junior class.

Hampton Lake. paternal grand-

parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Did You Know........... CPL C.N. Thornton

Sullivan of Waldo. Promoted In Marines SLENO UO OFTEN 1M RJWUIW SESSION PRICE
3 8 9 10tARCIIINE
Janet Turner July 5-8 3 0 O/O FTIO a, OIL TOO FOUtVtll M* IT 3 0 0 0 CDPPfATONI OIL p
Mrs. spent Marine Lance Cpl. Curtis N. YOUR B( Mllll( I : LOTION le 9 9 WAAY3.CL
at Royal Palm Beach visiting her Thornton, son of Elton N. Thorntonof Seg. 4.10 CHOICE MOBTWI2MI lOTIM 142. OFF 4-DZ. Reg, 3.30'r
Did You KnowCapt. daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey, has been promoted to his
Paul DiVito and son, Robbie, who present rank while serving with 3rd
celebrated his second birthday.Mrs. Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps _
and Mrs. John Myers of Te- Air Station Yuma, As.198H0e :
questa were Fourth of July joined;; the Marine Corps in July _

weekend, Wednesday to Saturday W.H. Thomson is attending Laxative
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moranat the Mini-President's Council _
Kingsley Lake. meeting of the Hospital Auxiliaries IIJ _

today, Thursday at Shand'sHospital
in Gainesville.Dr. Airman Martin
Mrs. Dawn Crews, housekeeper JERIENS ALOE a am!;) :
for Senior Citizens, spent five days and Completes Course lOTION I mo nus,
in Lake Butler General Hospital of Jacksonville Mrs. John are Thursday Lamar Clough night 1 e 49 FOLUN 2.49 PAIN NIWF. ', t a 77 2.19 ; N.rF .
where she went for extensive foot dinner guests of Mrs. J. G. Jackson Airman Terrence W. Martin, son
surgery. She will be confined in bed after which Dr. Clough is teaching a of retired Navy Chief Petty Officer
for the next month. Donald J. Martin of Starke and '
class at Madison Street Baptist :t I 1 ty MC$1NIIIIIS / m$&
Church tonight.Mr. Dinialla G. Martin of Gainesville
has completed Air Force basic train-

Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Frick and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Olson and ing at Lackland Air Force Base, BAND-AID
and Mrs. Bob Patterson were sight- sons returned to their home in Texas..
seeing in McIntosh on Saturday.Mrs. Miami Monday, after 10 days visit The airman, who is remaining at
with her brother-in-law and sister Lackland for specialized training in
L.T. ,'Young of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones andfamily. the security police field studied the I.
mother-in-law Mrs. Thomas Youngof Air Force mission, organization and
Hills customs and recevied special in-
Beverly Fla., returned July
11 from 10 days visit with Mrs. L.T.Young's Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiVito and son struction in human relations. ,.... .. .
daughter Ms. Linda of Royal Palm Beach will be Completion of this training earned .;.,.,'n h. <;"..,\wra' ',
Szehner and children in Sacramento weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. the individual credits toward an Il Ally Y IA46A 4
Calif. Janet Turner while enroute home associate degree in applied science 0 l a 'Id 11 i ;
from a visit in Birmingham, Ala. through the Community College of 1 \<'\

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and the Air Force. II
family attended the Mattox family Airman Brunettl He is a 1982 graduate of Starke ,',RIO' "'y I' I "'
y -
reunion Sunday at Strickland's lan- Completes Basic Christian High School. i of 5fI, ,:I I":,' : ;
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ding where there were approximately I _
Training at Lackland AFB nyik ;: .
150 in attendence. ra
t y. '
eefile r '
,7L' at ,. I "...
Airman Clifford P.Brunetti,son of J
Mr. and Mrs. James I, Balkcomand Michael J. and Claire F. Brunetti of Pvt. V. E. Thomas h < F '- .r i 4 M>tiPP dir >'!.

family were in Lubbock, Texas Hampton had completed Air Force
last week visiting their son and basic training at Lackland Air Force Completes Basic

brother Randy at Reese AFB._ Base, Texas. ECKERD BRAND. TESTED ILV/SA ]
The airman, who is remaining at Pvt. Vincent E. Thomas JODI
Aimee Ferguson is visiting her Lackland for specialized training in Linda L. Thomas of Starke son of .RETESTED. AND GUARANTEED.
cousin, Dana Meng In St. Petersburg studied the and ,
,the security police field James G. Thomas of
this week. and Waldo, has 831 S.
Air Force mission, organization completed the tactical Walnut:
customs and received special instruction tions communica Eckerd brand products are all tested and formulated ,
and and family systems course at Fort Sill, national brand standards. And
Mr. Mrs. Gene Ross In human relations. Okla. to they're guaranteed. W. riMrva the right to
I and Mr. Dorothy Crawford were Completion of this training earned During the If you're dissatisfied with any Eckerd brand product. limit qiunutlis.
on a camping vacation at Fort the Individual credits toward an taught basic course electronics, students were Eckerd will replace It with the comparable national *.. the Yllllow for the
Wilderness camp ground N.C. la:t associate degree in applied science and transmitter receiver brand free. One drugstore Is better than the rest. Eckerd. Eekard nearest pages .
repair you.Page
week. From Friday to this Wednes- through the Community College of communications.He tactical
day they were camping at St. the Air Force. is a 1982 graduate 01
Augustine Beach. He is a 1982 graduate of Bradford gh School.
High School.

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Meeting for for their 15th year reunion were these classmates of the
: :::: Bradford High of 1970.
; They are (l-r)I
: First row: Linda Tyson Hampton. Elaine Jenkins Mahrey Sammie
Johnson, Carolyn Brown Spooner.
Second row: Mr. Bennie Alexander sponsor; Rev. Ronald Strong
Mary Lane Cummings Mary Strong Betty Davis Aaron.Robert Nichols.
Shirley McDougald Ford. Emma Hampton Davis, Edwin Clark Annie
Nichols Perkins. Sheila Crawford.
Third root: James McGollie, Daisy Coleman Williams Jerome Kelly
Malvarlne Morris Cunningham Christy Chandler Shirley Fayson ,.-:

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fg BHS Class of '70 CelebratesA I

portion of the 1970 graduatingclass After dinner part of the pano Beach and Ronnie Austin of
of Bradford High School got classmates went to J.D.'s Place for Chicago, 10.Attending.
together over the weekend of July drinks and part went to the Starke
6th to celebrate their 15th year reu Bowling Lanes to continue the reu the reunion at some
HUNDREDS MORE SPECIALS THROUGHOUT nion. nion. Later in the night the point were: Carolyn Brown Spooner
THE STORE! The 1970 graduates were the first classmates and some 125 guest Daisy Coleman Williams, Sheila
LOOK FOR THE RED TAG fully intergrated class to graduatefrom gathered at Kelly's Night Limits in Crawford Betty Davis Aaron
ail B.H.S., as R.J.E. High School Lawtey for a disco. Shirley Fayson Griggs Emma
o 0 '','rI' "' \; was forced to close in June 1969. Sunday church services started at Hampton Davis Lillian Hankerson
,1 These seniors had to complete their 10 a.m. with James McGollie Jenkins, Elaine Jenkins Mabrey
education at B.H.S. teaching adult Sunday school at St. Hazel King Mary Lane Cummings
20 Classmates and their guests John Baptist in Lawtey. The Shirley McDouglad Ford, Melvarine
and class sponsor, Mr. and Mrs. classmates conducted the morning Morris Cunningham, Annie Nichols
Bennie Alexander gathered at the worship service. Speaker was Rev. Perkins Mary Strong Linda Tyson
Western Steer Steak House for a Ronald Strong, assisted by Rev. Hampton, Morris Aaron Ronnie
steak dinner. Freddy Moody,both members of the Austin, Leandrew Bass. Michael
class. Bright, Christy Chandler, Edwin
Special features were class theme Special guest were Mrs. Inez Clark Julian DeSue, Henry
song, sung by Annie Perkins, a trio Diggs, Mrs. A. Chandler, Mr. Hard- Franklin, Frank Hill, Sammie
BONNEAU of Annie Perkins Melvarine Cunn- wick Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Johnson, Jerome Kelley James
,' GAlAXY FAN SPIASH A-EASH'N SUN (ASSES I ingham and Elaine Mabrey. Sheila Alexander. McGollie, Freddy Moody, Robert
t Crawford did a presentation with Traveling the longest distance was Nichols, Alphonso Robinson, Jim-
% OFF her airbrush paintings. Cl,...mato Kmma Davis of Pam mie L. Ross, and Ronald Strong.


tJ'; r>ae' BEACH TOWELS, BEACH SHOES OFF Golf Tournament Set This Weekend I
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Beg,89- to 14.99 UUIAH MICE RM. IUD to ,.... Weather permitting, the annual Flight, in which no handicap is used, give the boys some trouble.
Club Championship Golf Tourna- and 4 flights based on handicap. Club Pro Herb Herres said
ment will be played this weekend, trophies will be awarded to the top
'' / H A P / / / r er ,:.a., July 20 and 21,at the Starke Golf and Defending Champion is Jack two golfers in each flite.
.-.. Country Club. Hazen. Richard Gaines, several Participants and club memberswill
The Club Championship is played times prior champion, will be a con- also enjoy a filet steak dinner
I i with five flights: the Championship tender, and Danny McKinney could Saturday night beginning at 7 p.m.

4-.4' ... '. .spEEd i I I 2 FOil IPAPEAMATE 18 W 2.I'H8' BRAPFFNUIT ?F.Broolker Softball Tdttniey Set I

18 88, FANTAIIA 1 .DO PIALFNL POINT 97<: PRESS BINDER BOARD PADIET PlANCK OF 24 Want to see some good Softball' Set to play are Morgan's Raiders Moose Lodge, Suburban Cleaners,
I.g. 24.88 I.g. 88' each I.g. 1.85 Then head for Brooker for the men's from Starke, Lake City Hogan's Heroes and Station WKAE.
class C sub-district tournament set Businessmen from Lake City, First game is set to get underwayat
to be played this weekend, July Thomas Concrete from Newberry 6:45: p.m. Friday and finish-up
1921. Blue Moon from Cross City, along Sunday afternoon. The tournamentis
Ten area teams have thrown their with six Gainesville teams. Theseare sponsored by the Brooker Athletic
hat into the ring so far. Burger Kine. Southeast Stars Association.

Starke Stars Head For Softball TournamentThe I

Starke Stars and the Junior draw had been announced. The winner of each tournament
nBPT$1110 FOR PAPER MATE 88 NNM POLY fit* Boys Softball teams are heading for Teams entered so far in the 18 and bracket will qualify for the national
14 8 .HWn AD'HBNII PlAYIR 12 D PIN BAll POINT t LIQUID REPORT PAPER COVER or CALCIUM 0 HI-CAL Mgt the 1985 Boys Junior Olympic State under bracket are the Starke Stars tournament to be held in August.
S / 3Q'II Ap.1181. I.g 88' each la 1.49 Softball Tournament in Jensen Satellite Beach Pasadena Lakes For the 18 and under group the national -
Beach this weekend. and Plantation. In the 15 and under tournament will be August 4.8
NI.N First game is set for Saturday category are the Starke Junior Boys, 'in Massilon, Ohio while for the 15
P/el/ morning on Langford Park, but according Jensen Beach, Satellite Beach and and under age group it will be
ski to Coach Jerry McGriff no Sunrise., _' August 1-4 in AlbanyL Georgia.
ScriptaPencils } PUBLIC NOTICE

I I. R.E. "BOBBY" BIGGS Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke Florida by vir

CMN punt EMPIRE 5 9 NATURE MADE tue of the Authority vested In me by law do hereby call a First Primary Election to

I18,80 1 AC/nC WfATHfA MI/FM/ N77with STAPLES J 2.99 VITAMIN wrtttl ROSE C HIPS130't be held at the City Hall in the Aforesaid City of qualified voters on Tuesday
#320 Dig 24.1. Reg. 1.29 BOO M0.II .
September 10, 1985 A.D., for the purpose of electing the following officers:

CITY CLERK- For Two Years

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AWLA ...... ..'II' nml CIUMOAI! bAIl 10-lN..r ,KINSSFOW.... ..,..... .1.44 ) ; .".1D1.. UIr Testimony! whereof I here unto subscribe my name and cause the Seal of the town to be

hereunto affixed this 2nd day of July 1985 A.D.

R.E. "Bobby" BIGGS
1I MayorCommissionerATTEST

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Starke Dixie. All-Stars

Head into Final GameGoing : ';4f' l

into last night's finals of the night, a grand slam, with ..y
against Gainesville, the Starke All- Ashley Alday, Donnie Francis, and f A..

Stars Dixie Major Baseball team for Andy Goodowns on base in the top of

boys ages 10-12 was undefeated in the 6th inning gave Starke an 11-5

the District Tournament, being win, and insured the All-Stars a spotin
played in Middleburg. the finals of the winners bracket. t r
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A win last night would advance the Starke is now 3.() in. the tourna r :

Starke All-Stars to the State Play- ment.
offs in Bartow August 58. Gainesville scored 3 runs in the

.first inning before Reggie Sheffield :'

Starke 15 Lake City 14 relieved Jackson. Sheffield shut a M

down a strong Gainesville team over
Donnie Francis a two-
run homer in the bottom of the sixth the last 6 innings, allowing only 2
runs on 1 hit, and striking out 12. :
inning to give the Starke Dixie Major -
The Starke Americans scored 6
American All-Stars a thrilling
Lake runs in the 4th on Jackson's first
three-hour victory over City
last Friday night. home run of the game, singles by
Jeff Carver Link -
and Sheffield
Starke tied the game in the bottomof
Jamie Bowen walk and
a ,
the first inning on a lead-off home
doubles Francis and Goodowns.
run by Francis, and a towering slam by
Jeff Carver :3-4 for the
was night
over the centerfield fence by Devin
Jackson. The Americans scored 8 with a double and two singles. .ri l eOn
Carver leads the team in hitting, going
runs in the second on a Randy Milton
7-11 in the tournament with
a .636
double, singles by Jackson and Jeff /
Carver, and five walks. batting average.

Carver, Francis and Jackson all J. i.

had three hits for the game. David STARKE 00005 II 5 \ .

Elder picked up the win with two in- GAINESVILLE 300200
nings of outstanding relief pitching. Storks Jackson, Sheffield ((1)), Franck ,

WP Sheffield ((1-0)) HR: Jackson ((2)) \ .
28: Francis, Goodown., Carver Ii:)
LAKE CITY 2 014 IOU ....
STARKE 282102 I 13 :. ...... ", "'" L
Starki Sheffield. Jackson ((3)) Francis Starke 16 Middleburg 2 "J"'tt'
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((4)) Eld.r and Francis. '.--..
Starke Coach Dwight Elder calledon .. .
WPi Eld.r HR Francis a -
((1-0)) :
his catcher, Donnie Francis to
Jackson 2B Milton.
; start Tuesday nights game against I

Starke 4 IVliddleburg 1 Middleburg. their
Francis responded with a 4-hit, way victory...
Saturday night, David Elder walked .
7-strikeout performance, and with The Starke Dixie Youth All-Stars far undefeatedin
Major League are so Bishop.
to the mound and 6 innings later,
team defensive wenton
great support,
16 Middleburg batters had walked to a 16-2 win. the district tournament. Second row: Reggie Sheffield Randy Milton, Jeff Carver David Elder
back to the dugout with K's recordedin They are (I-r): Andy Goodowns, Coach John Dempsey, Coach Emory Prevatt! and Coach .
Starke scored 6 in the 1st Inn-
the scorebook. Front row: Jamie Bowen John Dempsey, Ashley Alday, Devon Dwight Elder.of .
ing on a long led-off home run by Jackson, Donnie Francis, Jeremy Crawford, B.B. Prevatt and Link
Elder's limited Mid-
masterpiece Francis, a 2-run blast over the
dleburg to 2 hits and 2 walks. centerfield wall by Jeff Carver, and

Starke took a 3-0 lead in,the 3rd in single runs by David Elder and B. B.

ning on singles by Elder, Andy Prevatt on a base hit by Reggie Shef-

Goodowns, and Middleburg errorson field. Carver and Sheffield scored
balls hit by Devin Jackson and single runs in the 2nd and 3rd Innings Two Dates Set For Starke Pop Warner RegistrationTwo
Sheffield. Donnie Francis
In the 5th inning, the
scored after a walk in the 4th. Americans put Middleburg for .
The Americans were led by Andy the night and out of the tournamentwith away dates have been set for quirments for one of the five teams; President Larry Noegel says the a rush Thursday, August 1.

Goodowns, with 2 singles, and hits 5 more runs. registration for the '85 Bradford Mighty-Mites.. Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Bradford 'Cowboys' will be sportingall Registration after August 1 may not

by Jeff Carver, B. B. Prevatt and walked, Randy Milton single County Pop Warner Football pro- Wees, Jr. Midgets, and Midgets. new uniforms this year. Noegel be possible if a team roster has been

Elder. Jamie Bowen walked, Carver singled gram.Registration. Girls age 7-14 can participate as said, "We still need a few more good filled. Boys and girls will be placedon

in two runs, David Elder drove in is set in front of T G& cheerleaders. No weight requir- coaches and cheerleader sponsors." a roster after they have met all

STARKE 003100 4 the first of two on ground-rule Y in the Bradford Square Shopping ment. Qualifications require good qualifications.For .

MIDDLEBURG 001000 1Sta. doubles, and a single by John Dempsey Center this Saturday, July 20, and Registration fee is$35,and may be character, a genuine interest in further information, call:

....: Eld.r Francis WPt Eld.r Carver, Elder, Francis and Saturday, July 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 paid on or before August 1 when youth, and general knowledge of President Larry Noegel, 964-7354;

((2-0)) Milton had 2 hits each for the practive begins at the Edwards football and cheerleading. Commissioner H. F. Wiggins,
Defensive stalwarts for the game. p.m.Boys age 7-14 are eligible if their Road Complex. Noegel is asking boys and girls to 964-8592; or Cheerleader Coor-

Starke Gainesville 5 were Devin Jackson, Link Bishop game, weight and age meet the re- Bradford County Pop Warner register as soon as possible to avoid dinator Sheila Padgett, 9645753.the .

Devin Jackson's second home run Jeremy Crawford and B.B. Prevatt. .

16 Teams Entered in Rec. Dept. Softball TourneySixteen

Starke Suns Win District

teams are entered in the The tournament is sanctioned by the Lake City, Williams Temple of winners bracket and 4 in the

Starke Recreation Department Amateur Softball Association (ASA) Gainesville, Taylor Prophets of losers bracket, Friday night, with

sponsored Men's Church Sub- and will be played under ASA rules. Macclenny,Church of Christ of Lake the remainder of the games on

Advance'to.State. District Slow Pitch Softball Tourna- J Sixteen teams, including S from City, Waldo Baptist-of Waldo. St. Saturday,',beginning at 10:30: .a."m.
.f : ":" 4 i/ orient beginning tonight (Thursday, tpe Starke, League are entered in Patricks of GalneivilU .. Wtl ley%1-'All i gamest on.!.SaturdaymwiltuJbe, I
.July 18) and continuing through- the double-elimination tournament. Methodist of Gainesville.Church of "'played at.ti'Ie'Edwards' RoadCom-

The Starke Suns All-Star Softball It appeared that the Suns had lost, Saturday at the Edwards Road Com- Starke Teams are: Smyrna Baptist God of Lake City, and Parkview plex, with the finals scheduled to

Team for girls, ages 9-12, earned a trailing the Rock-Co Rookies 5-4 plex and Westside Ballpark in Madison St. Baptist, New River Baptist of Gainesville. begin at 6 p.m.

trap; to the State Jr. Girls Softball after their 3rd game, but an illegal Starke. Methodist,First Methodist,and Nor-

Tournament, winning the District substitution forced the Rookies to thside Baptist.Other Eight games are scheduled The top two teams (in the Sub

Tournament played in Kissimmee forfeit the game. Trophies will be awarded to the teams entered are First tonight, with 6 being played at the District will advance to the District

July 12 and 13. The Suns then defeated the South top two teams, which will also ad- Methodist of Gainesville, Westsideof Edwards Road Complex, and 2 at Tournament, to be played July 26-27

The Suns defeated Halifax, Fla. Sumpter Bandits 6-5 for the Cham- vance to the District Tournament.AND Gainesville Memorial Adventist Westside. There will be 8 games, 4 in Palatka.

16-5 in their opener, then sent the pionship.

second-place team, the South SumpThe Suns will now travel to

ter Bandits, to the losers bracket 9-8 Hollywood for the State Tournament

in the second game. this weekend, July 19 and 20.
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I Legal NoticesIN and I le TO rtfaisfl/rRMI THE BONE JBft ) Meat .rice-0J!

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR serve a copy yourwrltt.n FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 1985, at 7 P.M.. In the
defenses, if
to it, on the Plaintiff's attorney
COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION File Number the' Bradford County
CASE NO. 85.262: : address, whose Is: name and. 85-30-CP Division 1-3625: School's Administrative ALL 'BEEF USDA CHOICE

MARY H. OGLESBY, IN RE: ESTATE OF Offices 582: North Tem
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.
unremarried widow and MARVEL COLUMBIA pie Avenue, Starke, -
survivor of on estate by TERENCE P.A.P.O.. M. BROWN Deceased Florida. Fresh Lean GROUND

the entireties with Drawer 40 AMENDED NOTICE OF Copies of this proposed -
Lawrence _T. Oglesby ADMINISTRATIONThe rule change may be
Stark., Florida 32091:
deceased, Plaintiff, vs.' administration of obtained at the
((904)) 964-8272: :
BOBBY LANE McLEOD the estate of Marvel Col- Superintendent's Of- GROUND CHUCK
and file the original with
and JUDY LYNN the Clerk of the above umbia, deceased File .., between 8 A.M.
McLEOD, his' wife, Number 85-30-CP Is and 4 P.M. Monday
styled court on or before
FLORIDA BANK AT pending In the Circuit through Friday.
15th, 1985 otherwise
STARKE n/k/a/ FLORIDA ; Court for Bradford County This I. In compliancewith
judgement BEEF $1.19Lb.
NATIONAL BANK be entered may Florida, Probate Division the Florida Statutes,
ROGER T. BRILL, M.D.. against you the address of Chapter 120.54 ai
for the relief demandedIn
P.A., Defendants the which Is P.O. Drawer B, enacted by the 1974
NOTICE OF SUIT PROPERTY complaint or petition. Stark., Florida 32091 Florida legislature.
The names and addresses Jim Duncan Superintendent Bon.-ln
WITNESS my hand and 7 9 0Lb.
TO: JUDY LYNN of the personal
seal of laid Court on July
McLEOD, address 9th, 1985. GILBERT S. representative and the Bradford County School CHUCKROAST.
unknown personal I 2tchg 7/187/25
BROWN CIERK BY: Limit 10 Lb. C
YOU ARE HEREBY representative's attorney 99
Marian McRae As Deputy
NOTIFIED that an action Clerk 7/18 4tchg 8/8 are set forth NOTICE Is hereby Lb.

to'foreclose a mortgage below. given that on Monday, Boneless
on the following property All Interested personsare July 22. 1985 at 10:00:

In Bradford County, NOTICE OF required to file with o'clock A.M., the undersigned CHUCK:
Florida: SHERIFF'S SALE this court, WITHIN THREE Gator STEW
A parcel of land con- MONTHS OF THE FIRST Frelghtways, Inc. will I $1.09

taining 4.0 acres and lyIng Notice is hereby given PUBLICATION OF THIS sell at public auction for _ROAST. Lb.
In the SE 1/4 of. NW that I, Dolph E, Reddish, NOTICE: ((1)) all claims cash at :2600 Lloyd Rd. Boneless .
114 of Section 34.. as sheriff of Bradford against the estate and Jacksonville, Fla., .on.' MEAT
Township 6 South Rang. "' County. Florida, under ((2): ) any objection by an lot of pillows consignedto CHUCK .
22 East, Bradford County -' Interested person to Zayres No. 620 Hudson $
and by virtue of Writ of -
Florida said parcel whom this notice 1.2.9Lb.
; 'Execution, to-wit: was Fla. to satisfy
; being more particularly' Execution Issued out mailed that challengesthe freight ,and storage $1.29 Lb.STEAK

; described a. follows: .of County Court of Brad validity of the will charges, under the provisions

Comm.nc. at the SE ford County, Florida, the qualifications of the of Section 4b( ) of
corner of said SE 1/4 of personal representative
Uniform Standard Bill of
to a FinalJudgement
NW 1/4 and run North 3 pursuant for Laul.eKnight venue, or )jurisdiction of Lading Small

degrees 06 minutes 30 of Starke, Florida, the court. Gator Frelghtways, Inc. BRISKET RiB SHORT
seconds Wett along the and ,against James Addison ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Carrier 7/11 7/18 SPARESTEAK
Easterly boundary NOT SO FILED
defendant. In the
thereof, :25.07 feet to the WILL BE FOREVER. BAR STEW RIBS
amount of $600.00together I I. Phillip D. Hayes, am no
Northerly boundary of with costs of RED. longer responsible for .
I the right of way of Publication of this Notice
: Geiger Road for Point of collection. has begun on July any bills made by' <<
Have seized and havein anyone other than
Beginning. From Point of my possession the 18,1985 myself. 7/18 3tpd 8/1 Lb. $1 99Lb. $1 89 $1 19 '
Beginning thus described following described personal Personal' Representative Lb Lb.
continue North 3 : Sandra Brewster
degrees 06 minutes 30 ) property to-wit: 3004 N.E.. 11th Drlv. NOTICE Is hereby
: seconds West, along 1968 FORD PICK-UP. VIN Gainesville, Fl. 32609 given that on Monday" .Swaat Heart GustafsonBREAD
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Mark Priedlin creased my fortitude and my deter-
BCT Staff WriterIt mination. I can see these types of
i takes skill, coordination and positive changes in all of my
i determination.It students after a few months of
also takes a serious committ lessons."
f fr ment and a bit of courage. Many of the patterns and exer-
r ...,J ;f. It's Tang Soo Do Karate and it's cises in the sport are based on a
pi 'r taught every week to a group of seemingly ritualistic series of moves
if S .',:.t. eager students by second degree. and counter-moves which reachesits
4. S Black Belt Instructor Richard highest form when two experts
I "" ,". > Rosenbeck, a Jacksonville resident meet in "free-fighting".
who comes to Starke twice a week The moves may look stylized but
, for the class which is sponsored by they are much harder to execute
the city recreation department.. than the causual spectator might ex-
" "I started coming for the pect from just watching.The .
workouts, they're' great," said moves are designed for close-
j Michael Prevatt, a Lawtey resident quarter, unarmed self-defense, tak-
, r and Bradford High School graduatewho ing techniques which were used by
tia9 just started attending the; fighting men from a time when 4 :r
karate classes. "But now I'm a lot physical skills could literally mean 4 u
more interested in the sport itself the difference between life and
than I ever thought I'd be when I* death, disgrace or honor.
first started." \ The students begin their practice
j "We like the free-fighting," came session with assorted kicks and
the enthusiastic reply from two turns, going one-on-one. Each partner -
precocious young students-Chet Lit- takes turns holding a small pad
tie, 12, who attends Bradford Middle. out as a target for the flying feet -
School and Chris Noegel, 13, a BHS feet which become strong and tough
student. These two were far more enough to break pine boards.
talented than their ages might sug- "Yes, we do some board breakingwith
gest. our students, that's always one
The students meet Rosenbeck in of the things people! ask about first
the old armory building for their' when they think about the sport,"
lesson and promptly begin their, Rosenbeck said. "It's dramatic, but M .,
stretching exercises wheeling, tur-i' it's just an small indication of the
ning in the graceful moves, they kick, overall physical skills the martialarts
at imaginary foes high above their. require.
foreheads as they' prepare' Two of the students demonstrated ,,
j themselves for the exertion of each. their technique. ,
class. Instructor Rosenbeck held out
jj Rosenbeck's second degree black firmly secured with a both hands a i
belt has taken him 10 years to earn,. two-inch-thick pine-wood plank at
j under the guidance of Grand Master about chin level.
Pak, an eighth degree black belt who The sutdents crouched, turned and
\ has established a network of karate whirled their bodies, the right foot qZ"r 1Gq'L
clubs all over the United States during flew up and out, and with a sharp
) the past 36 years. crack, the board splintered in half. _
I Tang Soo Do is the oldest form of' Eric Noegal, a brown belt with red ;
J Korean Karate that exists, and like, tips who has been studying under
*Ti t II the other forms of martial arts, is Rosenbeck for the past two years,
: divided into skill levels which are; showed the skill a student can aquireat
denoted by colored belts a different that level by helping the other xrA'sL
', S d 4 "M11il belt for each level '* : |' _newer students with their moves, AlL
-- "Students s&r.t.oUEwittoC&hite bOf* ; : .
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1 r l w for beginners, then progress t r> with other, their F .
j yellow, yellow with a green tip, moves against a variety of different ? e '
green, green with a brown,tip' skill levels. % 4Se'
brown, brown with a red tip, then to Then came the highlight of the i Mr ;

1 red.Red belt students are then eligible lesson.Rosenbeck brought out two con- ;" ",
a to begin the arduous and time- crete blocks, set them side by side
1j consuming process it takes to and placed a concrete "capper"slab
become a "deputy" Black Belt, the a two-inch-thick solid concrete
beginnin( stage of the Black Belt slab used by construction workers to
j level, which then progresses through cover the holes in a standard block,
eight levels up to Grand Master. on top of the two blocks.
1 Students are tested every three The students gathered around in a Someday...
months to progress to the green belt circle and got very quiet. Chet Little and Chris Noegel look over a solid concrete slab which their
level, then at six month intervals "You can break stones with two instructor Is about to break in half with one bare fist.
1 ij : through the Brown belt level. basic hand configurations,"
1t a I Aspiring Black Belt students may Rosenbeck said. "You can close
t only be tested once every two years.It your hand in a tight fist like this (he
!, : t' takes dedication, to say the made the classic fist motion with his Rosenbeck stood over the slab, cracking it almost perfectly in half.
#, least hands), or you can flatten your hand concentrating with a fierce look ofdetermination The students stared at the broken
out like thisChe showed the karate- fragments with admiration in theirwideopen
his face.
I t "Karate has changed my life, I style fist to the students). This on eyes as Rosenbeck walk-
think it" would do the same for technique should not be practiced by He slowl y flexed his arms ed away.
anyone, Rosenbeck said as he kepta any one without the proper downward toward the slab, taking "One day..." one of them said.
firm but friendly eye on his busily training." "practice swings" while he stared at "The challenges are constant, but
exercising students. "It becomes the skills learn and the abilities
the slab, seeming trying to bore a you
Grand Masters beak concrete
much more than a sport if you stick can
in self-defense and
hole into the mass withan you aquire
slabs with their heads, but unyielding
with it and find out all the benefits it athletic abilities make it all wor-
effort of sheer determination.He
Rosenbeck said the feat is
can have. After a while the martial very "
thwhile, Rosenbeck said. "Iwouldn't
arts become a way of life. Besides dangerous, and that he has only seen swung his arm back a final
trade for
it other
making me more physically fit and it performed three times in his time, gave a sharp cry then plungedhis any sport-
or art form.
the slab
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port Group of Jacksonville readiness," commented Guard
presented the award on behalf of the Capt Mike Chambers at the
National Committee for Employer ceremony "With President
Support of the Guard and Reserve in Reagans' emphasis on increased mod"w
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nominated for the award by Billy than ever before to meet our re ,"
Chambers, a prison employee and a quirements. Since this President v -X V
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Guard. has grown steadily each
UC1 was nominated by Joseph W. year from some 300,000 men to over
Chambers, a UCI employee and 800,000 today. As this growth con
Sergeant in the National Guard. tinues, we will need an increased
The award is part of a national amount of support and understanding
by the employers in the e
program to recognize employers of et
Guardsmen and Reservists.The future. /
guard has long recognized the Presenting the award was Captian
fact that support by employers of the Michael P. Fleming,Company Com-
1.4 million men and women of the mander of the 50th Support Group
Guard and the Reserve is critical John Townsend, representing the
their ability to respond to a national Regional Mr. J. C. Combs acceptedthe
emergency. award on behalf of the North
Unless allowed time off for Florida Region.
regular training exercises Guard- Also present for the ceremonieswere
smen and Reservists cannot meet Brigadier General Homer II.
the demanding readiness requirements Humphries of the Florida Air National -
imposed by high Guard; Mr. Hugh Howton, SUMMER SALEProfessional
Chairman of the North Florida
technology weapons systems, new
equipment and new missions. Region of the Committee for Appreciation... 'd
Currently more than 40 percent of Employer Support of the Guard and tp.
the nation's total military force Reserve; Tom Barton, Superintendent Brigadier (;t'nuaIHomt'r llumphriestseaied( at left in above picture) @: Sleaa Ve4
available for combat missions is of Union Correctional Institu- confers with Hugh Howton, John Townsend and Tom Barton and FSP pecr'
made up volunteers. in the Guard tion; Maj. Howard F. Jones, Administrative Superintendent Richard Uuggartseated foreground) at the special
and Reserve. Reserve componentunits Officer of Head ceremony honoring the Department of Corrections' support to the Guard PERM $25
are assigned critical mobiliza- quarters, 50th Area Support Group; and Reserve through the Employer Support Program.
tion missions in constant partner- MSG Tobi Sizemore, Unit Administrator Increases! in guard and reserve manpower have made support byemployers
ship with active duty military for the unit; Richard of vital importance to the nation's defense Including Hair Cut
forces. Duggar, superintedent at Florida "We Like To Keep You looking Good"
Department of Defense records State Prison and Jim Reddish assis-
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Inmates Robert Arthur Van Allen David James m I
and Walter Lee rested dfvingawhile renovated old Bradford ,Court of Southern Bell.
In Brown each received July 10 for House He said the com
On a one year sentence (consecutiveto license suspended, according to Lt. ding all, college students officials planning are to remin-enter pany is investigating the cause. of the l;
active sentence Williams outage.
) for introductionof Tillotson.
Bond was set at
SFCC for the first time this Fall that
contraband.Van $210 Service
he to
A was released on his own Middleburg and loca
they must take
the ACT
Allen and Brown recognizance. tions serviced
a attempted to Test offered by Contel Starke,
enter the Medical by the college. Kingsley Lake and
Ronald Reception & Lawtey was in-
The Test
with 'Tax Center compound from their job. Joseph Williams Kirkland of four hours which will lasts be approximately terrupted almost five hours before J
United assignments on the city squad Feb.8 Jacksonville was arrested July 14 given at 8:30: workers could splice the wires,
a.m. on August 1 in the of
for library Petrock L
Dillard. with packets which contained mari driving while license said.
suspended, BUS. It will be necessary for those
juana. ,according to Trooper W. D. who take the ACT Test to fill out an
County I with Inmate Darin Lee Collins was ..!210 surety He bond was was released posted.after. a the application test, if they to SFCC have not prior yet to been taking ad-
sentenced to two
{income[ years (con- mitted to the college. On August 15,
secutive) lot Collins William
escape. Elbert Salmon
liability was ar the test will be
had an escaped from DOC last Dec.15 at approximately rested July 11 on a warrant from students who work repeated at 6 the p.m.for Y2
$62659.63 1:57: p.m., climbed Clay County for no valid driver's during day. S
Results of the ACT will be used to Price tSaleItalrplanes
RMC perimeter fence between license !
$20,109.81. ; according to Patrolman W. determine placement in
Santa Fe's
Count Towers 5 & 6, ecaped into wooded C. Reno. Bond was set at $252. He English and Math classes.
Newman area adjacent to prison property. was released to Clay County. The Fall
semester in the new
Co-defendant,Joe Haden Johnson,is
income of
building starts August 27 and
$186 scheduled for trial July 25. Johnson Marion Thomas Lee 63, was ar- December 19. ends
was downed by rifle fire and returned rested July
10 for driving while
gross information
or to sign for
tax to RMC Hospital treatment of license revoked, according to Lt. the ACT Test please drop by up the .
Count wounds. Glen Moore. Bond was set at$105.75. current SFCC office at Bradford
Newman Lee is serving ten days in jail. High School or call 964-5382.
come of $
-0- Misdemeanor Court Robert Charles Stokley of Starke
income Lloyd Randle Hunt found guilty of was arrested July 6 for driving while by Alan, Liz, Wendy, Linda
liability of disorderly intoxication, fined $50 intoxicated, resisting arrest with Diane & PamHAIRCUTS
; plus court costs. violence and threatening a public Cut Cable Restricts
penalty on Henry D. Hodges guilty of posses- servant, according to Patrolman M. Telephone ServiceA :
years sion of gun, in management area H. Paris. Stokley was released aftera Womens Reg. MB NOW '800
fines, during: closed season, adjudication $500 surety bond was posted. severed cable cut off long- Mens Rig. '12 Now '600
withheld, must pay $25 court costs. distance telephone calls in and out of
Vivian Sizemore guilty of two Norman E. Coffey, 57, of Oakdale, Starke Monday monrning. A PERMS Body Wave or Curlys
counts of worthless checks, sentenced Tn. was arrested July 7 for driving telephone company spokesman said Men & Women Reg. 40 NOW '2000RelaxerSReg.40Now'20
to<0 days in Union County Jail (30 under influence, according to Monday afternoon that the cause of *
days each to run consecutively.) Patrolman Kenneth R. Hinds, Jr. the interruption had not been deter- ,
A Coffey's blood alcohol mined. '
content was Care-Free Curls Reg. so NOW 25
rested Curtis Jackson Blocker pled no .13 percent. Bond was set at$375, he Long-distance service, lost at
chandise in contest to battery,ordered to pay$25 was released on his own about 7 a.m. was returned to Sculptured Nails Reg. 'BO NOW '30
Barbara court costs, placed on six months recognizance. customers by 11:40: p.m., according Offer Goad For Limited Time Only
retail theft probation, 30 days participation in to Continental Telephone Co. Mon.-Sat. Call Now tr
local B-U Gudiance Clinic, to be extended Entrance Test spokeswoman Nancy Adams, who '' 9:30-8p.m.: Stop By
the if necessay. For SFCC SetAs was contacted at the company's Sunday 964464512.005p.m. .
dise in Bonifay headquarters.
store, interest grows in the upcoming The cable, owned by Southern : Nexxus Brands
Kathy opening of the new Santa Fe Community Bell, was severed south of Orange I 737 S. Walnut St. StarkeTHE
Carroll Traffic ArrestsIn College Starke Center in the Park along US-17,.said Joe Petrock_ -.

surety following Bradford individuals CountyThe were arrested \ OVERPASS LOUNGE
New for traffic violations by local
authorities. i OFFICE Hwy. 301 & 228 Maxville

James Eugene Barnett, 32, of ? SHOP Open 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday-Saturday

An while Starke license was arrested for driving Live Band..Tribbett Brothers
suspended and wilful-
escaped I HOW.Coll St.
and sometime ] to wanton Sgt. reckless Wayne Wilkinson.driving, according He was 9645764Starkv. Friday & Saturday Nights 9-1 ::3D
travel far released after surety bonds totalling .Flo.
prehended 367.50 were posted. Ladies Nightfjia...
Church + Thursday Happy Hour
ly The a couple two } "k All Drinks Mon. Sat.

week 1/2-Price 5.7 p.m.MEET .
prison n Loose

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Jeffrey County.'P Enterprise'.

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Off Norman's Market 18-HP Briggs & '

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Doyle stop-sale 6-speed hi and low

MULCH range transaxle
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I Tilton Coleman LCI Horticulture Instructor, inspects rectlonallnstltutlon. I On .. And > '
a new miniature waterfall display which will be Officials expect a big crowd as usual for the event. : l" :
part of the popular annual Plant Show at Lawtey Cor- I'iA.: Dualies ,,..11 ;::!'"'"
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the Lawtey Correctional Institutionis ci, coleus and caldiums are in profu- 6095 :!}r',' 1It. '6
scheduled for Saturday, July 27. sion. Hanging baskets and wooden Start now ailing purebred dogs 7 { t.:
From 9 a.m. to 8 p.m the nursery bridges,one vine covered, add to the lor PROFIT. Get highest national
area at LCI will be open for the natural setting, which continues to prlcei. We eisiil ill new breeders -
II quillllnd. Possible to turn Includes
public to tour. A new green house expand each year. FreightRangers
has been added during the year, according A free plant will given each visitor 1/2 acre of your Idle. ground Into --
to Instructor Hilton Coleman and refreshments will be available. a $10,000 Income. Call or writ
which gives additional spaceto (include your phone number) (4x4)i : L-
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display many more types of UNITED KENNELSP.
plants. 0. Box 1155 .
Coleman, who is responsible for Turn-Key OperationFast Shreveport, LA 71153-1155 XL Air, Steering .- "& 'b i
the show proudly displays a new Food Pizza & Subs Phone 1. 1.q-n.135a \
feature of the 1985 show, the diamond Small Investment : & AM/FM Cassette
area, where a waterfall is
centered in a landscape of banana Relocation Reason lor Selling ,
plants, sand and tropical plants, EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY .. .t.. ... ...A'S.., ..' $1 0 495
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classes at Santa Fe Community college KIRBYS ".\ IW on f.:, at
in Gainesville will be held at the ROYALS Don't take your eyesight for J 'I "en'ot"'I1t :;;"' 5'
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from 8 am. to 3 p.m. There will be HOOVERS means having the good sense to get ; .t 1tUC II' \.
special evening registrations Thurs ELECTROLUX regular eye exam, and possibly, J. f5 ;- b
day, July 25 from 6 to 7 p.m. FILTER QUEENS wearing eyeglasses. Make an op- :.;* "i ,J:.... f-1.:(} & II' .'!.::'lJt"i. i :. 9 9 %
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must register during this AI Young'sSince Eye Care, Inc. .iit"r" .. -I. ...M."'.. ': : .,..,.rI' :.....:":for.:. -
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Diseases & Surgery of the Eye
classes in Starke will continue until 7 <
the Fall Term.begins on August 27. 3 Miles north of 103 Edwards Road
For more information, call the Stork on US 301 964-8588
Starke Center at 9645382. Low & Hi-Tops
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ByMarkFrledlin honor of the pageant" Overall If she wins in Olustee Tammy will munity.
BCT Staff WriterStarke's Beauty" for all age groups. qualify for the Miss Florida "I'm proud to represent this 1
Tammy Morrow won the The contestants included about 60 Pageant a big first for a BHS student area" Tammy said. "I Just hope I
acclaim of both the judges and her of the prettiest girls from all over and a big honor for her com can continue to do well."
fellow contestants July 14 when the the state.
dark-haired beauty won just about Tammy,a varsity cheerleader for
all the honors in sight at the Miss Bradford High School, has now wona YOU GROW ITWE. MOW IT .
v Florida Teen Sweetheart Pageantheld total of eight titles in her short
at Daytona Beach. career and will be a senior next year Complete Lawn Service .
Miss Morrow,who has been enter In high school. / Yard Clean-Outs Landscaping
s ing, and winning beauty pageants She will now travels to Olustee fora .y "
since the age of 12, took: all the beauty pageant at the Annual Bat- Sprinkler SystemsR
honors in her 14-17 age group, winn- tle of Olustee next month in Lake Ci -FREE ESTIMATES-
ing "Most Photogenic", "Bathing
Beauty" and "Best Overall" in her ty.And what are her plans after that? Call Evenings 782.3354 (Nick)
.. : age group."She That might be out of her hands
4- stole the show," said one
observer who was at the pageant. 11II ,- I __ .... .-"'I ......,,- -I
1t "They were putting crowns on her-
head,taking them off and putting on Norman's
other awards as fast as you could
_ count them." ;
After Tammy took top honors in
her age group( she then took the top Market

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CIVIL SERVICE We Accept USDA Food Stamps
USDA Western Choice
High School Necessary GROUND

Positions CJQ.22 Start HOUR As High As DELMONICO STEAK 3.99 Lb. ROUND. . $l .79 Lb.

POST OFFICE a CLERICALS Boneless 3 Lbs. or More

: :tA At K"Home MECHANICS"p Present Government Job While INSPECTORS Preparing Enema SIRLOIN STEAK. *2.99ib. .. ..,,,\ \ \ ;\ ; I I// I

1L Wide& Include Phoiu. No SHOULDER STEAK. $1.79, '
National Training i
-1't Service Inc. CHUCK STEAK $1.69Lb. .;: Grade A Fryer

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((904)) 473.2669AUCTION POTATOES
Photo by Work FrlKflln =
True Beauty... LETTUCE La:. / 59c1o Lb.
BUS senior Tammy Morrow ID one pageant away from qualifying for /
the Miss Florida Pageant. /
49 Head $1.59FARM '

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For the Elderly in my home. 7:30 P.M.
Professional Cleaning for Your
For more Info. Call 431-1234 153 W. Brownlee St. at Rt 16 FRESH
Home cr Office.! Free Estimates.t Red
Merlene Griffis P.O. Box" 154 Just off U.S. 301
964-6886 Anytime Single Canopy Bed, Freezer.Refrlgealor PEAS RADISHESZipper
Raiford Fla. 32083 ,
LLIL Hide-A-Beds Hanging
Plants, Other Plants, Antique Iron Cream North Carolina
Beds, Showcases, Small Electrical Appliances PinkEye ., 19 e
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Bachelors' Degree major course work In psychology social or rehabilitation. Two years experience > c Georgia
preferred. Salary Range: S12.000 to $14,000. Send resume to Carolyn Spooner, Want Action..Hold an AuctionCol. ; 39 Lb. CANTALOUPES
Ed.S.,Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic P.O. Box 399,Star**,FL 32091.EO.E.7/20185. Bud Opdyke AuctioneerWe CW6ders
Children's Mental Health Program Director Are Open Everyday! 0 0
Masters In Mental Health. Strong Management, Supervisory and Clinical. Develop Mental Most Items Are For Sale a Bushel 4C
Health Services lor Children and Families, Supervise Chapter I I. HRS Contracts and Administer Each
HRS Funded Child Day Care Center Salary: Competitive. Contact I W.J. Lennon, Consignments Accepted
Ph.D.,Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic,P.O. Box 399,Stark,FL 32091.E.0E.712V85. We Will Pick Up
Forensic Program Coordinator
Masters or above In Mental Health or Criminal Justice Supervise Forensic Program In Brad- Seedless
lord and Union Counties, Plan Treatment, Evaluation for Court Referred Referrals. Strong Mountain Grown
Assessment and Crisis Intervention Skills. Grant Writing and Program Development Helpful. Home Grown
Salary: Minimum $20.000. Contact W.J. Lennon, Ph.D.. Bradlord-Union Guidance Clinic, CABBAGE15C
P.O.Box 399 Stark,FL 32091.E.O.E. 7/22/85./ WAYNE'STaxi OKRA
Child & Family Mental Health Therapist GRAPES
Masters Degree In Mental Health Speciality.Provide Children Adolescent and Family Outpatient
Mental Health Treatment. Salary: Competitive. Contact W.J. Lennon,Ph.D., Bradford- Company 59C Lb.
Union Guidance Clinic P.O.Box 399,Starke.FL 32091.EDE.72085.Wishing Lb 79C Lb.

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Starke Elementary Auditorium
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CATALINA PONTIAC door, 443 W. Call STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly 2314 monthly N.Temple LIVESTOCK, 1 purebred Llmoiln bull, MOBILE HOMI "SALESPERSON"WANTED
rate Palm Apartment.
St., Mr*. C. A. Knfght.7/4 suitable for steer show prospect : Apply In person at .Olins
7/28 tin
JEEPSils It Tru. You Can Buy Jeeps for APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 $650.00 also 1 Bramo.ln.bull. 964.7065 Home Center Hwy 100 W. No phone
$44 through the U.S. Government G.t i I BA Fof'more Information call Lak.Butl.r FOR SALIt 20 X 20 wooden building, calls please 7/18 tin

,th. fact today Call 13127421142. apt.Apt.. .496-3141 Equal Opportunity $500 firm. 431-1050 7/13 Itehg HARDWARE MAN Apply ACME Hardware
Ext. 609. 6/27..tpd 8/8. Housing 6/7 tfnchg 20 JUMBO WISCONSIN QUAIL, and all 301 E. Call St. 7/18 Itchg r/7rwiilejar

8UICK SKVNAWKt 1978. Prlc. 150000. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR, 2BA. items pertaining to hatching and caring ATTENTION: Toy and Gift Company hir-
1978 Ford LTD $1900.00. Call 964-4756 dishwasher. Garbage disposal double plus misc..household Items. 964.5379 ing demonstrators to work now till
after 5:30 5/30 tin WINDOWS, 4 double paired December No
: tempered collecting no deliveringand
and fenced back yard. In town.
1978 GMC VANtl/2 ton $2500 964-7423 $42S/monm 964-4236 6/6 tfnchg glass, 1" thick and insulated 4'10 X no investment. Call Debra Norman LREALTY
1980 FORD VAN 1/2 ton $3000 Call 5'10. $200. 1 36000 BTU electric air today. 964.88497/1811chg
TRAILER FOR RENT Near Graham: 1 BR. ,
964-7423 Teal Til. 8 Carpet. 6/6 tin Completely furnished Including air. temp heater perfect cond. $150.00 Call WALDO FLEA MARKET! Dependable, I
FORD CAR FOR PARTS 429 C6 964-87087/18 Itpd self-motivated
engine $60/week. 463-1371 7/18 Itchg person needed for PHONE 964.7776
trontmliilon 15"tires, good rear end. 3 BR BLOCK HOUSE Furnished A/C & COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Stark. organizing and cleaning of food concessions CECILIA
Gary 964.8569 6/13 tin heat $350/month. Located on Edwards Truck Stop, south of Starke. 9648212. and sales area. Inventory, IERWIIUOAR, 205 N. Temple Storke I I
'83 CUTLASS CIIRRAi take over loop. 964-56067/11 tin ADD A ROOM: 14'X22' 3.000/lnstalled retail sales, general clerical duties,

payments. Excel Cond. Call Gary HOUSE FOR RENT, Nice clean, 3 BR, 1 3,500 dealer. 904964.5606 6/27 tfnchg and typing reqlred. Wednesday thru ATTENTION INTEREST DESIRE ACTION

964-85696/13 tin BA carpet stove, refrigerator, $325.00 2 ANTIQUE FLOOR LAMPS with perfect Monday work week. Sat and Sun position Call Now For Private Showing Benefits To You
1984 RED FIEROi 4 mil... 964-7425 7/18 Itchg
speed 8,000 month plus deposit No Pets. 964-7047 globes. dependable person to work snack
Loaded FOR SALE, 2 5000 BTC Air Conditioners hours
w/un-roof. Excel. Cond. bar 6.19
Fully ,
3 BR HOUSE 1 BA, Lg LR 8 DR, Stove & per week. Call 468-2255 *
431125320tfn Refrigerator Carpet Nice, Clean. $325 2 months old still under warranty. Best for interview. 7/11 7/18 2tchg BRADFORD VILLAS BEAUTIFUL A CONVENIENT BLDG. LOTS IN CITY W/VARIETY OFj
1984 CHEVROLET CAVALIER 2-dr .tan. offer $400 for 2. 9647590. 7/18 UN, IPN. NA .
A deposit. No p.t.964.7047 7/18 Itchg over Whispering Pines Care TREES. PAVED RDS. WATER. SEWAGE POLICE PROTECTION NICE NEIGHBORHOOD CONVENIENT ]
dard tran. AM/FM radio heat REGISTERED BLACK ANGUS, 3 Center of Starke
old. has
pow.r HOUSE 3 possible 4 BR house, wall to yrs. Immediate full TO EVERYTHING WALK EVERYWHERE 7000.
iteerlng, $6.000 or $232.58/month. No wall carpet nice yard appliance Michael Reddish. 964-8414 7/18 8/1 time and part time openings for RN',
money down. 964.6930 7/11 7/18 2tpd $350.00 month 964.7590.7/18 Itchg 3tpd LPN's, and Nursing Assistants Applicants
FOR RENT New 2 BR house 4 acre farm Sleeps must possess the ability to promote 321 N. MYRTLE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
32,000 mile. ipead, 1095. Topperfor D.Sue St. extended. House open from 6. A/C carpet stove, Ice-box. $900. LOVE and CARE to the residentsof 3BR 2BA SPACIOUS LR WITH FIREPLACE SEPERATE DR PRETTY KITCHEN, LG FAM AND I
ihort bed .mall truck. $100. 5.8 7/18ltpd. Call 964.8897.7/18 7/23 2tchg long-term care center. Excellent LG FLA. RMS PLUS LAUNDRY RM 2 UTILITY BLDGS PROPERTY ENCLOSED BY PMVj

964-63637/11 7/18 2tchg HOUSE p.m.FOR RENT 2.BR, 1-BA, with SEARS RIDING LAWNMOWERt hp., excellent salary and benefits are offered. Con FENCE. $53,000

"NEED TANSMISSION WORKS R.bulld carpet. 964.7357 Temple Motel 880 N cond., $600. 964-4459 7/18 tact Mrs. Susan Cook Director of Nursing 615 N. CHURCH 3 BR 118A APPROX. 1705 SO FT CHI FENCED BACK YD.J
transmission for $150 w/warranty Temple Ave. 6/20 tfnchg LIVER POINTER Bird dog, with papers, at 904-964-6220, Whispering Pines $49,900. OWNER WILL FINANCE
(most car) olio do itandard and RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month has some training. $50 Call for details, Core Center P.O. Drawer E 808 South
foreign. Call 272.7607.7/11 tin and Call Susan F. Reddish Broker. 964-8793 7/18 Itchg Colley Rd. Stork. Fla. 32091 "An Equal 230A ATTRACTIVE WHITE BRICK COMPLETELY RENOVATED CHAA

1980 Dodae Aieen Price nea. 944-5276. Owner up.at 964-5063 or 964-4048 6/27 CATTLE Small herd of Brahman Cross Opportunity Employer"7/117/18 2tchg -1019 E. CALL ST. 3 BR FRAME HOME WITH FIREPLACE, SCREENED PORCH PLUS A NICE\

1974 DODGI LONG lED. PICKUP Slant NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS cows with calves and bred back. 5 CARPENTER: Call 9645606. Ask for EXTRA LOT ON RD. 230.
6, Stick shift, $950.00 Out on Grlffls Limousin 2 with Mark.
registered cows, 7/11 IfnEXPERIENCED
US-441 between Sylvia A Cherolkke. MARKET RD. NEAT 3BR 1BA "CUT STONE" HOME 33900.00
Loop. 7/18 Itchg Heifer calves 1 registered Limousin
N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near: Needed. 214 W. MIMOSA (OFF BESSENT RD.) BRICK 2 BR. 2 BA. VERY NICE. $61,000.
1976 FORD 4 X 4. 360 engine, 4-lpeed, hiking Blue Bull, 4 years 1 registered Brahmanbull Sober and dependable 96".7138.7/11
fishing Ridge Parkway
$3.300.00 Coll 762.38707118 Itpd New 2-br Cabins-Furn Sunset 2 years 1 Braford bull 4 years. AMBITIOUS MOTHERS: Extra money! SARATOGA HEIGHTS $33,000. 8R, 2 BA. LARGE FAMILY ROOM.

81 DATSUNi 310GX. load.d w/extrai, Farm mining.Rd. Cabins Rt. 1 Box 216.C Whittier All kinds of farm equipment and hay Own hours. Free gifts and trips. Toy BUTLER TERRACE 4 BR. 2 BA. 1.96 Ac. IN CITY. 48400.
9647071. day. 9645516. veninas. equip. Too Items to list. Call for line .
NC 28789 l-704-497.9nn 7/4 fl/22 many party .73..939111 I 7/2531pd BROOKER .. SQ. FT. 3 BR, 2 BA. LIVING ROOM SELLING PRICE 45000.
77 BUICKi V-6 one owner, asking $560. Info. 964-80407/18 Itpd WANTED PAINTER! Must be able to do
TRAILER FOR RENT Older people only.

1981 OLDS TORONADO Fully equipped. 964-6858.no children 7/11 or 7/18 pets.2tchg Prefer two men. utility trailer $650: 16' dozer trailer, HOUSE(COULD BE EFF. APT.).2-CAR GARAGE, HUGE STORAGE ROOM BOATHOUSE, DOCK, j

8500. Call 964-8076 7/18 tfnchg APT. FOR RENT 2 BR. $ 75. located next $1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn MISCELLANEOUSVETERANS COMPLETELY FENCED.OWNER FINANCED. .
1912 FORD LTD 4 door, loaded low to Starke Elam School. 964-5876 7/18 trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single axle INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IN THE CITY LIMITS 1 HOUSE, 3 DUPLEXES. APART.HOUSE j

'mil.., excellent condition 6000. FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 BA, large yard quiet trailer $878, 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 OF FOREIGN WARS: Anyone .GOOD ASSUM. MORTGAGES OWNER WILL TAKE SECOND MORTGAGES FOR GOOD CLIENT.IF j
77.GMC I or 964-4223 7/18ltchg neighborhood, 468.1 175. 7/18 Itchg ft. ramps, $100. Olln's Mobile Home Interested or willing to form a VFW -. YOUR FAMILY COMES FIRST OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE BEAUTIFUL 4 BR 3 B]
Tank.. Run. MOBILE HOME, 2 BR central Heat& air, Center Rd. 100 W. Stork. 9645606. post In this area send name; phone HOME APPROX 2650 SO. FT. 2 CHAA UNITS FIREPLACE MANY OTHER AMENITIES.
496-3133 after 6.
HAY Alicia
completely furnished with washer adryer or Argentina Round and number, to Drawer A, Starke. 7/18 74900. FLEXIBLE FINANCING.
ENCINE318 Engine, completewith Square Bales 964-8942 964.5088 7/4
Westmoreland Trailer Park
transmission. $300.00 9644464. -12 ACRES A LARGE FARM HOUSE 85000.
7/18 Itpd 964-52197/18 Itpd 1 pair blue, like new$75. middle size, spade female, cute and WORKSHOP 31'x42' POLE BARN, FENCED/CROSSFENCED. VARIETY OF FRUIT TREES: ]
FOR RENT 4 BR, 2 BA Lg front porch, of. a pair leather maroon $50. "'1'.1"""v
good with children. Call for details
76 GMC 350Heavy duty r.ar.od. $800. PEAR PEACH, FIG AND GRAPE.
flea In back laundry& wash
room. Appointment -
964-8793.7/18 Itchg
firm.- Coll 468-2539 anytime. 7/18 only. 964.6365 7/18 7/25 HELP WANTED 907 CYPRESS STREET-3 BR, Vli BA. STUCCO 6 YRS. OLD. 43000. ASSUM. MTG. |

2 BR DUPLEX! Utilities provided $125 $29,500 MO. PAY. $304.23 10Vt%. ENERGY EFFICIENT.


485-1529 Brooker. 7/18 Itpd 50,000/yr. possible. All occupations.Call FIREPLACE, BEAMED CEILINGS SCRND BACK PORCH W/WET BAR.

1981 HONDA 115 ATC Motor r.bullt all FURNISHED 2 BR MOBILE HOME, on Grif- out how.1.805.687.6000 530725(81)FULL (EXT.) R-5504 to find WANTED! Hairstyling or Barber's Choir 908 W. PRATT ST.LOVELY BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON TWO LOTS. YOUR BEST MOVE WILL BE |
new. Run r.al good. $850. 4682063. fl. loop. $165 per month $100 deposit. Call Halrplanes 964-4645 6/6 tfn
1984 HONDA 200Xi wheler. Exc. Con- Coll 964-8704 eve*. 7/18 1 Itchg BULLDOZER WORK Call 964.5606 or
Scholarship available) ERA Tiffin and IN QUALITY MEATS GOOD LEASE A |
dt. 1500.00 Butch Faulkn.r, Daytime 782-3333 Ask for Mark. 7/11 tfn ON GOING BUSINESS SPECIALIZING ,
496-3921, Nights 964.6534 7/11 tin FOR SALE Owens, Luc Realtor 221 W. LayfayetteSt. WANTED To buy several 110 V A/C's LOCATION $30,000EXCELLENT

1984 HONDA ATC llOt Blue, 1 month 964-5065 7/4 tfn 7.000 or more. Call 964-7184 7/11 7/18 LOCATION-SOUTHGATE AREA. : 3 BR/2 BA, CH. NEW ROOF.% ASSUM. I

",' i warranty, less than 25 "mile' *. $800.- 'CAMPER 197B: 35' fifth wheel American HELP W. Call WANTED S1.'7/11 Hodges 2tchg.7MB Hardware, 412 ROOM MATE to share expenses:: Call MTO.r ", "f ..n1Ar.nd *\\\T\ 'ar ar.iulrilbq .' II

964-8933,'-.. 7/18. 7/25: 2tcho". ": : Traveler. with 20 II. awning/ fully ..//f. INSTANT WORK Transcription/ Secretary 501l"-.8.t'964.779O 7yi8 rrttr' I PHllNJFAfMl'Aq.'iNC.fW/PRI/ACtlFE) > I
contained price neg. 5332411. Call needed now. Call Leslie with Kelley I THIS WfcfAUTIFUL BWClC HOME 3 BR/2 BA CH, 5 CEILING'FANS, CLOSE'TO CITY.PRICED |
YARD SALE after 6 p.m. 5/16 tin Services. 371.1913 7/18 Itchg COMMERCIAL PROPERTY I TO SELL.


GARAGI SALE dryer gal stove, small Gaskins, 782-3727 after 3 pm.: 5/16 fin haul truck drivers with good records W/ASSUM. MTG. OF APPROX. sse.ooo AT 11%%. $396 MO.
tables/ little bit of everything. T.mpl.Motel BRADFORD LIMEROCK be
Must 23. Apply In person at 2241
880 N T.mpl. Ave. Starke Detroit Blvd., Pensacola FloriHn FOF
20th Sun. 21st. 12.7.7/18ltchg llmerock
LARGI YARD SALE Southeast corner of 20yd. semi-loads only Cars V mile North SR. 26 Call & Thompson Sts., needs remodel HANDSOME BRICK A CEDAR HOME 37'A AC.4 BR, 2V. BA. FIREPLACE A BARN. GOOD j
on 301
Grlffl loop and Rd. 100. Sat and Sun. Phone 782-3172 5/23tfchg In Orange Heights. 7/18 ItpL Hwy ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. JFOH KIDS A OTHER GROWING THINGS.

THREI FAMILIES Yard Sol., Friday A STORE SOUGHT Furniture for sale at "/1n tfft {-BRICK 4 BR/2 BA-1 AC. SEWING RM. COULD BE 5TH BR, FIREPLACE. DBL. GARAGE, 2

Saturday 9 to 5. Keystone Club Doublewlde Home Center located UTiL. ROOMS. CHAA.
Estates. First house on the left. 7/18 North on 301 lawtey Fla. (this I Is not
YARD SALEs Couch & chair, $73 few trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg {LOTS: BESSENT RD. 5 OAKS. CONNERLY ESTATES. HAMPTON OAKS CROSBY LAKE,
household It.m. 4 mllet N. of Stark.
on 301. Elsie Norman. Saturday sale at Olin. Home Center located on Quality Tree Service ]484 SPECTACULAR ACRES 1 MILE RIVERFRONT

$ FAMILIES YARD SALE Friday July Highway 100 West. This I I. not trailer 136.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING.
Work Reasonable,
furniture 6/13 Prices"Fully
19th. 8." 1002 Butler Road. Like new tfnchg "Quality
Vltamaster exercise bike, all steel and
trailer, dining room furniture tool., used few times, asking $200. Coll i 14 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A A WILSON RD A GOOD BUY.

women & children's clothes, and much 964.6305 ask for Montez. 6/20 tin Serving Bradford County for 14 Years j.RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SO FT.

more. Cancel rain. 7/18 Itchg HOUSE PLANS! Custom drawn. phone "The One To Call Before They Fall" 0$21.1100 SINGLE WIDE.FAM RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4/ A.

4 FAMILIES! Friday 9 to 5. Bedspreads, Macclenny 1-259-35387/11 ..tchgROI'S 1632 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.
curtains, dress fabric tires, family 473.2914 964.5647

Town. 7/18 Itchg Fresh water Marine fish birds, puppies 40 ACRES RD 230 USE YOUR IMAGINATION.

YARD SALE Sat 10 ?624 N. Lake St. ,kittens and pet supplies. Ten percent * *
3 FAMILIES! July 2011 a.m. to? All kindsof off with this ad. 7/11 4tchg EVENINGS
FOR SALE! Baby crib changing table, **********..........
goodies! I Corner of SR 16 w..t and *****.** w .ctrir******* OHN GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK,JR. 964.7188 j
Misc. Items. 5 miles out W. 16 NW
Lake St. In Stark. 7/18 Itpd on *: [TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 BILL DODO 9647188VAYNEOOUGLAI9A4JI5S3
54th Ave.. 7th house on right. Stark. J COMPLETE NO :
MOVING SALE Fri and Sat. 96. 606 HOV1S WARD 994 7454 I
on Itchg.
Dogwood at State Prison: First street carport.
400 FT. CHAIN LINK FENCE $350.00 with : PACKAGE :' MONEY
on right after UCI Admin building and : i
poles 7I1811nc
look for signs. Lot of bargains, carpet gate. =
clothes, baby Items, curtain rods, cur. FOR SALE Sewing machine and twin : : DOWN
stroller :
taint, chest of drawers and more. 2tchg 725WARNEN plus two lamp. 964-4621 7/18 J New doublewide a:

YARD 431.18777/18 SALE C.B.Itchg base complete mobile lUSH GUARD Made for w/wood: siding, J If you qualify move in J KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Women Winch fit* 71. 79 1/2 ton ,
unit. 1967 Chevy ton truck 283 motor Chevy 4 X .. Call after 5 7823928. shingle roof J this 14' wide
w/3 speed w/topper, lawnmower 7/18 p.m. : new 2 : Open Sunday, 1-4 p.m.
ItchgHORSESi fireplace garden tub *
clothes, tool., Jewelry and more. 316 *BR with no -
2 y*. old black/brown mare.quart.r moneyatidown Pine-Panelled Lake House; Fully Equipped Extra
St. Clair St. 7/18ltpd dlx. furnishings and i : ;
and walker mixed. Gentle andbeautiful. and $168.04
YARD SALE, Sat. 8-5 1505 Raiford Rd. per
Stark., Yard and moving sale, various $650. 6 yr old gelded pony, more. Delivered & : FurniShed J Large Lot. 100'x525'. Must see to appreciate.

It.m., clothe and mist 7/18 Itpd very.gentle$250. 964-8136.with kids 7/18, good 2tchg disposition. 7/25 set-up on your lot with S ceilings, woodsiding 384.3170
NEW FLASHING ARROW SIGNS: $245 wells pole, pump & *
FOR RENT complete or $25 monthly (save $2541) >* etc. Call I Mr. at-

Warranty,. lighted no arrow $227. septic tank package .Ford at 4737237. *

MIMOSA MANOR MOTILE HOMI PARK Non-lighted $163. See locally. We'llbeat $1,000 down and : ********************
anyone's prices! .(HSC) factory j
Mobil. Ham. and spaces for rent. 800U2 payments of 278.96"

964.7498.9/16 Recreational vehicles tin welcome. Phone. per mo. Call Mr. Ford MOTORCYCLEBrake I Jack (Eoitrttrau & AaBociattB. 3nc. (

design and remodel to suit your needs. arts I II Realtor/Builder 473-7060
Call 964-6305. ask for John. 3/07 tfn REALTY ****************** $ '

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTS One mile tabor -14 e 5 0 Per Set Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford'I I

from Stark. city limit. Clean. No 984.7700 *399--3 BR, .1 bd., (block) corner lot.I I I 'Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved

children 468.132310/7 or pet tin. Hwy. 16, W% Call. Verole 393 P.N.Odom Temple Breker Ave.-GRI lanced in town. Central heat ((2)1) SPECIAL: ) roads Our community water systems -. Owner financing

wall unit air cond. Nice shad tr..s. from $3950. Central Gainesville Jacksonville Palatka
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On ,Joy Thornton Associate 39900. Oil Change j to and I
Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call Starke.
I402--1 BR, 1 BA In Raiford. Neat,| WFilterFilter
964.7530 or .68.132310/07 tfn
needs finish work in
r************-*'-*+' ****. 1WORTH CONSIDERING, 4 BR. 3 BA, cl.pn.Nice lot. 12500. & Labor Beautiful Golf Course Lots'I
iFlreplact. dbl tarpon. Lfl. Joining| area l
1395-2 BR, I BA horn in Whispering I SQOO

,NO Jwltt ItJWIUJf van IHlMCfM grtiuper for inttrtalnUip Some and Pin..berries.. Workshop 30500.garden fruit trees I Oil Extra I Priced from $10,950

12 hams.. umt land lira to tiM. Rent....
DOWNPAYMENT 1 Owner 1398-20 Ac. 4 BR, 2 BA horn, large]
flninclng. oaks. Pasture, mobile home f
Full FaceMotorcycle
]lrtck Aim.. toil 2 fn.; tW. ill amenlHailyee $63,000. hookup.L

tivect,. ckooit nunktr. if lads It toiwnkkemt. 403--(2)' ( ) Onelcre water access lots] '

? -52 .Aerei. w/rict .Mao, paved. lid.. I.IdeL Owner(Big Tree 'lakes). $11,500 each v Helmets Carpet (Any $14--95 Scotchgard
New 14' terms.
BR.J : Room 'Is

wood siding, furnished i3l Acre paved Rd.. 2 Uei.. 385-Brick horse barn 3 w/tack BR. 2 BA room with wash pool,I.! From Cleanin Hal) Available

1111 Acne firaham ....
vaulted ceilings, 1114 Herat Union Co. Owner wW .MdMt down tras to hayloft'_. Terms.born.$139,000.FOR 15 ac. Many. ...I i$29" Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

; garden tub and more. | |. St Md. II RENT
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No down payment to Jmg.StRd.1l -2 BR Mobile Home 4 2 BR home. ,

qualified buyer:) dake' l 471 tt. on 3011 tf Starktl .. 6M: N. Temple Ave.tarkeFl32091 STARKECYCLES specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean

of l from Wakto. Ron MkL 13 over
.. gl I STROUT'REALTY' work at low low prices. Call now to make an appointment

*$214.77 per ... ?!!h.. .A .tot famt flMndng I Senior Citizen Discount.No Mileage Charge Free Advice

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473-7237 .arigydnl fear Msot'y INCOIPOSATID MORI. U.S.. 301 South ,. S. CalT9644997 Call

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FOR SALE Heights 'I: n: :C : :': --: ,L. :I: '' I
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HOME FOR SALE. 3.IR2.BA"; C/HA7 LOST Red, mare horse, mane clipped '.. :' '' : : ': ':: !. ':,,xnA,x ::..,;:. -: ..,'",..."_ .
replace, ceiling fans Ig screen porch, '
back hoof old & split. If found call JailHouse
on 1 ,
C cr.dlt check by acre$60.000 and/or opp. 5 In Starke. 6/27 tfn ,- MISCELLANEOUSPAC
r phone. Easy qualifying for acre $16,500 all Rd. .
mobile on Geiger near LOST lost dog, small poodle, lost
?.. Call and ask for Mr. Orr, Southsld Elem. 964-5876 7/118/1 4tpd In the Bessent Rd. gray area, July 5th.R.word. THE WINNING TEAM Watson RAT Buy, Sell and fra*"/iufVnlture A SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC

1.351.2126.7/188/84tchg HOMI FOR SALE Hat to be teen to be 964-4534, 964-7347 964.8183, Realty Is now expanding its Keystone appliances, household (t.m.l) vpipes'\ and fittings Water softener.
SKV1INI HOMI CENTER. Hwy. 301 N. appreciated. Call for apt 9646201. 7/11 tfn' \'I. Heights office and offering above collectable*," glassware, .old,'lewdly'. (. BryqnAce'Hardware Keystone Hgts.,

Stork. Com ... Ray GoWn form.rly Mrs Don Patray. 7/114tchg LOST DOG Lost on Hampton Lake, average opportunities for sales people tools, etc 473-2183: tfnch'g' 7/2,6;,,' .'t'i',,11* ,,473.AI06 3/24 tfnchg
of lake Chevy-Olds, for th. FOR SALI BY OWNER Cedar Horn In the Keystone and Melrose : J.MUttSACRIFICEHammond5000series.
bargain. 3 child' pet, mall collie, brown/white. area. An BIO PART-TUMI INCOME Mbjolt; steeM'<;!
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W. buy and BR, 2 BA extensive sales with double base
move used horn.. with flreploce. Quiet 468.2526.7/18 ItndFOR training program and building company Is seeking a 'organ keyboard
964-4414 964-4778. 4/26 tfn neighborhood 'near school, 964.8268 full time management are |lust two of time dealer In.your area to pell our party,r.:,' '-pedals and rhythm section $795. Call
USED MOBILE HOMESi Starting at$2.500. 4tpd7/11 RENT our many benefits. Be a WINNER and engineered' steel buildings and related 473,2210 ,weekdays or 473.4648
Call and ask for Mr. Orr 13512161. BESSENT ROAD For tale by owner, 2,000 call Dean Weaver for a personal and products Refundable deposit required weekends for appointment to .... tfn,

7/188/8..tchg tq. ft., 3 BR. 2 BA pool horn, on 1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS confidential interview Keystone Call Bob Crandall at 1.800.228.4154 for' i' FOOT BRASS Plant stand or hanger,
FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobil. Homes In acre, assume 9 percent mortgage. REALTY 473.4816, Melrose 475.2272. WATSON details 4tchg 7/4-7/25 $15; Twin box springs and 4" foam mattress

good to *xc. cond. $2700.4500 each 964-6310 7/181tpd Rental Property Available REALTY CORP. REALTORS. 4tchg RETIRED BANKERS Keep your hand In, very clean, $19.50. 473.78121tpd
Som with A.C. Pin. M.H. Park FRAMI. HOME 2-BR, 2-BA, on three 1 BR, 2 IA Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished.No : HOSPITAL ATTENDANT Keystone banking. Double your retirement In NEWLY UPHOLSTERED bucket seat for
496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. acres In Forest Hlllt near Keystone pet. $400 per month. Heights Animal Hospital. Part-tlm., come. Work your own schedule. BANK cambro; \ -8lock. $175 a set. 4732452.
WOW N.w 3 BR 2 Ba, Mobil. horn... Hightt. Very secluded $15,500 coth. 2 BR.2 BA-Gator bane lake. Completely excellent lob for student. Transportation NETWORK INC., 673 Pine Street, SINGER ATHENA 2000 Doe ell type of
Maionlt siding, shingle roof and 473-4512.7/U Itchg furnished. $400 per month and $400 necessary. Reply by' letter only. Macon, GA 31201.; ItFCAN sewing. Original price, $.... Balance
fireplace. For $225/mo. Call and oik HOMI FOR SALE, 3-BR 1/2-BA, CH/A security deposit Dr. L. E. Parrlsh, Rt. 2 Box 105 due $319 or $2S a month with good
for Mr. Orr 1.351.2126 7/188/8 4tchg 1 acre 45000. 6 1/2 mile from OFFICE SPACI At Keystone Center. Keystone! Helohts. FL 32656. 7/18 YARD SALE credit. 475-100. Itchg 7/18
15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on prison Owner 'will. hold mortgage $200 per month and $200 security POOLE TRUCK LINE INC. Is hiring long UNIQUE SEARS LIKE NEW Captains style
on. or all. Olln'i Mobil. Horn Sol... 964.4236 6/M Ifncho deposit haul truck drivers with good records. RAIN children's bunk beds with built In
904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg 1 BR. FURNISHED efficiency cottages. Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241 Cheerleaders OR SHINE Sponsored by Varsity drawers, bookcase and small closet
INVENTORY CLOSEOUT Save LAND FOR SALE By week or month. Detroit Blvd.. Pensacola. FL FOc\ at Dote Beauty Nook on Mattresses Included. $250. 473-2691.

thousands now. Doublwld a. low 01 LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR, 1BA, unfurnished. Commercial 8 Circle Friday and Satur. PETTIB'ONE 4 wheel drive front end

$198 month. Clayton Homi, 3965 ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Rood no $275 per month. PERSONAL SERVICES 317 day NIGHTINGALE a.m.-S p.m.ST.Itpd- Fri.7/18 and Sat., Ju loader Call anytime 4733049. Itpd
Phillip. Hwv. In...
733.0821 7/18 down KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY 7/18
RENT TO OWN A. low at 149/mo. 9645606.payment 10/4 tfn $75 per mo. Call Licensed Real I Estate Broker 473-4961 CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, bike ly 1920. Ladles and chlldrens clothes, NEW FLASHING ARROW SIGNS $245

Dllvrd and >.t up. Call and ask for LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down. ALL BRAND NEW 2BR furnished mobile kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. mitt, stereo Itpd 7/18 console, sewing machine, complete or $25 monthly (save $254))

Mr. Orr 1.351.2126.7/18 8/8 4tehg balance In five year., financing by home. Respectable couple or bachelor. Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after INSIDE JO JO'S Warranty. Lighted no arrow $227.
100 E.
Hwy In Lake
MOBILE HOMI AND 1 ACRE $13,500,00 owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. $200 a month and deposit 16846634. 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg Non-lighted $163. See locally. We'll
Geneva Fri and Sat.
oil down payment owner will hold 4tchg 7/18.8/8 CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and installations p.m. Lamps, beat HSC
ACRI LOTS Pleasant Grey*,Settlement., table, chairs, pool-table, plant. anyone' prices ( ) factory: 1
mortgag. %4.4236 6/20 tfnchg $3.500. $350 dn., $70 per mo' Call 21R PARTLY FURNISHED house on Lake Free estimates Ten years 7/18 Itpd 18001 4230163. ItFCANHOUSES ... __ _
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS I n..d someone 964-5606. 1/03 tfn Geneva. Available immediately l.t. experience. Coll 473.4217 and ask for
to take ov.r payments on a 2 BR mobll ONI ACRI LOTS ON MENO DAIRY last and security deposit 12645194. Craig 5/17 tfnchg 2 day FAMILY YARD 1920.SALE Friday and Satur- FOR SALEBY
July Point Rd off
horn, HANDYMAN All kinds of home Breezy
payment $124 month, Call ROAD 2tchg 718725PERFECT repairs,
3000. no down payment $70 C214.
733.0821 7/18 Itchg per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn WINTER RETREAT Home on mobilehome repairs, and fix-up needs. antennas Couch, trailer bed auto parts, TV OWNER 4/2. CB fireplace, walk to
REPOI REPOI! 3 BR, 2 BA, mobll horn 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C.227)) lake Geneva lakefront, 3BR completely No lob too small. Minor plumbing 7/18 sewing cabinet Itpd schools, close to churches city water
a. Iowa. $199/month. Some furnished washer repairs. Cleaning service Light haul $85,900. 473.4802 7/18.8/8
or. $3,500. no down payment, $70 per mo. dryer, 3 FAMILIES Baby children's and 4tchg
assumablo. Call and ask for Mr. Orr Call 964.5606.1/03 tfn freezer dishes, pot.and pan, furnished ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening. household Items. Corner of Jasmineand KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BY OWNER -

13512126. 7/188/8 4tchg LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-3764; after In the kitchen. No children or pets 5/17 Mnchg.CARMICHAEL'S. Orange from 9.1 Saturday July 20. Assume 8%% mortgage on 3BR 28A
CAN YOU BELIEVE A nw 2 BR mobile 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn 473.7564 or 496.2620 lake Butler. 4tchg PAINTNG Interior, exterior Itchg 718MOVING custom brick luxury home. Corner lot,

horn for only $149/mo. Hurryonly OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and 7/18.8/8 references. Call 473-7517 3/14 SALE Maytag washer and best residential area Sunken tub, mirrored -
one In dock Clayton Homes 3965 tfnchg walls plus much more. Close to
dry wooded lots, suitable for mobll ,
Phillip Jax Fla. MAKE NEW cushions, chairs, barstools many many many Everythingmust lakes schools
Hwy 733.0821 7/18 horn, cabin or camping $4950 ea. WANTED dining go. Geneva Lake Estates, second and shopping. 77900.
REDUCED A WHOPPING $10,000.00 beds. No lob too small. 473.2450.7/17
In. camper tfnchg
w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand house on left when enter, corner
v.ntory closeout 28X56 3 BR 2 BA Addison Uoholsterv. 4732452. 4tchg you BOAT,MOTOR AND TRAILER$350..14'
fishing Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or WANTED of Dogwood and Cherry. :
Damaged or burned trailer July 20-21.
D/W. flrplac, many extras, Only 629.9649.6/13 12tchg 8/29 CARPET CLEANING July special. Free 7:30 am.5 Duo boat, 50 h.p Johnson motor
Call Scott : 7/18
at Itehg
$24,900. Hurry on. only. Clayton LAND FOR SALE Six lot., 1.2/3 acre per 4tpd 7/11-8/1 or 12596156. scotchguard. Truck mounted deep p.m. (needs work). Also extra parts. 250

Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy. Jax, Fla. lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. OH of For. WANTED Someone to pick old steam extraction. C ft B Carpet CleanIng MOBILE HOMES14x60 _Jasmine 473.3902. itchy 7/18
733.0821 7/18 Keystone Heights 4tpdRICK'S
sythe Rd. No down $75 mth. for LAND
money recycling. Please FOR SALE
newspapers con
197914 X 70t 2 BR, 1 1/2 BA Excellent Call 964-5606 6/6 LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all
Condition. $7,000 or best offer. tfnchg tact the Lake Region Monitor at types of yard work. Reasonable rates BRAND NEW 2BR, 1'/,BA on '/
WOODLAND ACRES 1/2 acre lot locatedat 4732210. fin.Union. LAKE LOT Hlllcrest
4733903.718 Itpd 473.4512.3tchg 7/11-7/25 acre wooded area. CH/A, W/D connections. lake 13500.
12 X 60 MOBILE HOME Completely fur Woodland Acres, Starke. Ha well, SEWING MACHINES In home service or Many extras Immediate oc- Owner will finance. $164 per month.
nishad, 120 gal gas tank 3 sets cone septic and light pole. 8500 selling shop. Clean, oil and adjust ten.lon.Only cupany. Low down payment and mon 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
price 500 down 75.00/month. Call
$16.95. 4752006. thly payments. Owner financed. LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready
cret steps, 12 x 20 carport 10 x 37 964-56066/13 Itchg 7/18
tfhchg 473.3671 evenings and weekends. to move on. Power well septic and
patlo-20 ft. covered, 10x7 metel
sq. LAND FOR SALE 100 feet Count
on water plusdock T tfnchq_ fence. $6,499. 392.0985 or 4733024.
shed end with
on one washer & dryer
on Crosby lake. Terms or Cash. ss.A k for Linda. tfnchq 6/13
10 x 7 shed for tools, garden space. 964-4236 6/20 tfnchg ,

Nice yard. City water. Central heat & 5 ACRES Rd 221, near Hampton well HOMES FOR SALE FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSFree MOBILE HOMESFor

air. Must see to appreciate. 20000. and septic tank. 468.2381 7/3 7/11 2tpd

Call 473-2091 / ItpdPERSONAL 10 ACRES In Woodlawn by owner Government Homes from $1 (U repair). TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
782.3670 7/18ltpd Also Call Merchandise Have a House of Lloyd Sale by owner Near high school and
delinquent tax
SERVICESCLIFF'S LARGE LOT Shaded by large oaks In Hill 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 property.for Infor Main RENT Street Union Lake CountyTimes Butler Phone, 150 toy party receive $40 or more In toys middle school. Call 4962834. 6/27 4tpd

Crest area. Across street from Serena mation. 7/4 8tpd 8/23 496.2261 for Information. MnCompletely and gifts call Martha 4962286. For

DIESEL REPAIRS 24 hr. rood tar- Lake Asking $4000.00 473.2091 7/18 By Owner Brick, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, furnished home On lake In Pigs more Estimated Information.weight 7/18 35 2tchg.pounds 8/1 each. BLUEBERRIES

vice Spec In Cummins, Mac BUSINESS central Heat and Air, wall to wall Keystone. 3 bedrooms, washer dryer Price $12.50 each call 496.3332

Detroit4737143. 6/27 tfn. caret.,.Ioa.Corner". U."R lot. 496.2253 After 5. freezer. No animals. $425 per month. Itpd7/11 Longneckers FarmU
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: All OPPORTUNITIESOWN Call 496-2620 In Lake Butler or 473-7564 New Singer Commercial type sewing
makes cleaned oiled and adjusted, PERSONAL SERVICES In Keystone. 7/11 4tchg 8/1 machine. $400 call 4962338.1tchg718 or We Pick

$15. Used sewing machine. for sale. YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR Mobile Home LotsFenced, Good Shade 25" Zenith Color Console TVIn beautiful CR-1469 Earlelon, 4 miles W. of
: 50' 100'. Powell's call 4963377.718
James Strickland corner Morgan Rd Ladles apparel chlldrens. Large size, DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK x Walnut cabinet. Was $729.95. Now on- Melrose & 2 miles N. of SR-26.
and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 Hn ly $338.60, or take of
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free combination store, accessories. Jordache. Package deal; 2" or 4" well water REAL ESTATE $26.35 per month. For free payments home trial Open 8 a.m. 6 p.m. except Sun

estimates HandyMan Fence Co. Chic Lee, L.vl.) Easy Street, pump., new Installation of septic OUT OF AREA call collect 755.0945 for Mr. White 9A.M. day 230630.: 468-2483 also
Izod, Calvin KI.ln.S.rglo
Esplrlt Tomboy, tank
drain fields and lift station.
Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559.3/29 to 5 475.1151
P.M. 7/184tpd. 8/8 or 4732702.
tfn Valente, Evan Plcone, LU Mobile home poles available. All work

WANTTODRINKT Claiborne, Member Only Organically guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO -- ..
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Grown Gasoline, Healthtex, Over 2752151. tfn9/l PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find It. Just
1000 others. $13.300 to $24,900Inven- NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
WANT THAT'S TO OURS STOP tory Training, Fixtures, Grand Opening pruning. Also firewood oak and pine 496.2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR [ ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. r
Alcoholic. Etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. UNION COUNTY REALTOR."" tfn 8/04

Anonymous ((305)678.3639.7/18Itpd) tfn 12/22 Realtor' ,
964415094468949445434pd .
RETIRED BANKERS: Keep hand In NO CREDIT ta.' c. ) ',
thru 8/16 bankljig. Double!\ ,urretiremenlIncam ; > MC/VISA (ReceivealtnterCar' <*< GtAtS, CUTiTO: ORDER Door.UwindoWCMetc. ( 13 I; -
.. Work your own schedule. BANK Visa credit card regardless' of your past 221 W.Lafayette Street
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY NETWORK, INC., 673 Pin. Street, credit history or present marital Beauty Solon 10'x30' Mobile home, one Mon.-Fri.9:30a.m.-6OOp.m. /
9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Macon Go. 31201 7/18 Ifcan status...(NO SAVINGS ACCOUNT RE- new wet and dry station 3 dryers, one Saturday 9 a.m. to S p.m.
Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, $7.77 THE ONE PRICE SHOE STORE It QUIREDIII I I) GUARANTEEDI For application new hydraulic chair. 2500. Need to

173.4973.2/26 tfn coming to Starke. Not a franchise, No call CREDIT 1-800-637-6680 sell, days call 496-2338 after. 6P.M. call 964-5065 ,
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and up front f.... Total Investment lest (toll free) 6/27 4tchg 7/18 496-2741.1tchg.7/18 xK
toddlers up to 5 years of age receive than 4950. This Is a business oppor RENTALS AVAILABLE

excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call tunity you've been looking for. Call Mr. --" FOR SALE HELP WANTED ____
tfn m
473.784.4/04 Goodwin. 904-737-4633 7/18 8/1
LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball I*BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY with 400 pecan trees, 2'fish ponds, well and septic 27 |

fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861 REAL ESTATE Greenhouse Clearance Sale Adopt a Carpenter wanted Not Helpers Howard acres ONLY 55000.
anytime 4/25 tfnchg plant for a small fee. Landscape plant and Riherd Construction call 12 BR 1 BA on Lake St. Only $27,000.
MOBILE HOME REPAIRS ADD-A-ROOM OUT OF AREA clearance. Some one of a kind $50 to 496-2572.Itchg. 7/18 *SETTLE DOWN with everything for the right family 5.31 acres with fish-

20 yrs. experience, building setting up $5.00. Full cans of Caladlums $1.50. RN OR Tech. Positions available on progressive pond garden and landscaping 1440 sq ft plus workshop gives room to live In.liPriced .

and repairing. Call 964-7724 for CUSTOM BUILT Three bedroom 1 1/2 Contrary Mary' Garden SR 121, surgical team In small friendly to live with.
estimate 5/30-6/20 ((6/27)4) tchg bath, two lot on Ochlocknee Bay. City Lacrosse Closed Sunday and Monday. community hospital. Specialties Include ]*NICE LARGE BUILDING lot approx. 1V acres 230 East post hospital.

"NEED TRANSMISSION WORK" Rebuild Water, split level, central H/A. 7/11 2tchg 7/18 Micro-surgery reconstructive *Remodeled 2 BR I 1BA frame on pretty shaded lot. Only 25000.
transmission for $150 w/Warranty fireplace deck, dock, boatramp ((904)) plastic, and general surgery Minimalcall .WESTMORELAND ST. .3 BR 1 BA CB hardwood floors, CH8A needs TLC |
(most cars) also do standards and day shift only, excellent benefits. $31,900
foreign. Call 272-7607 7/11 tfn Apply to Personnel lake Butler J*HAMPTON AREA Just off Hwy 325 MH with built on, wood heater, swimming
HOUSE CLEANING let me clean your Hospital and Hand Surgery Center pool porch fenced workshop this Is Ideal for retired couple or young cou-
house for you. Reasonable rates. Call INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. SR121 and 100, Lake Butler Fla. ((904))
7/18 2tchg lake Avenue, lake Butler 496.3978.Compl.t. 49 .2323 3751236. pies first home
Judy 964-5473 7/11 or Equal Opportunity -
1 St. 4 rentals Center St. 4
HARVEYS CONSTRUCTION Roofs, Insurance Service, tfn Employer Itchg.7/18 *INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTIES. Washington.

In .... rental units. Call today.
siding home repairs, specializing Vacuum -
964-8167 I*DEERWOOD -One of the nicer homes In Starke. Good assumable mortgage.
James remodeling. Builder. 7/18 8/8 4tchg OCRs & BONNIE LYNN *Cute little 2 BR 1 BA C/B on city limit only $24,000.
*EUCLID ST. Reduced. Imagine 3 BR 1 BA CHSA has chain link fence and
BABYSITS Will babysit In my horn days, CHARTERS & TOURS
Sewing Service remodeled 1984. Priced to sell
limit. 964-7321 7/18 Itchg
age Now Operating In Our Area
ELECTRICAL WORK licensed; complete I*lovely' Ig brick home on 1 acre has F.P. and green house. Call today to see

house wiring house rewire mobile Repair Most Makes Models CaT 782-3941. L.wty this nice property
home services, room addition repair FREE ESTIMATES I For Information on Our 1* EVERGREEN HWY 301 S. MH with built on furnished on '/> acre $16,000.

work, telling fan circuits. Call 964-8450 Tour J* REDUCED 4 BR 1 BA on Ig lot with fenced yard. C. heat.
Al Work! Guaranteed Tampa Bingo
HODGES ENGRAVINGsTrophles, LAKE BUTLER Where else can you buy a 4000 sq ft with all extras for
496.3454 Having Brad. Sq. Sat., July 27, 9:30 am.
nameplates, door plates. to O 78000.
order. Fast Service. Call 473.36717/18 Mare Other Tours & Charters 1* BUSINESS OPP Call to see if you qualify. Can be part time or full.
CLEANING Will clean your house or Licensed Available 1+GRAHAM 3 BR 2 BA CHSA brick fireplace and 4 '/. acres

business. Flexible hours. Call after 6 IMPROVIDENCE CR 241A 3 BR 2 BA Norwegian brick CHSA fireplace and |

p.m. 9M-5406 or 473.3327 7/18 Itchq many extras.
Shop & Compare I 11 I *Make offer on 70 acres and old farm house. Will sell 20 acres Separate 3miles
Special Insurance for MADAM JUNE W on C/R 125.
Mobile Home Park. 17 acres pasture sets between CR 125 and CR 225.

3 BR, IVi BATH HOMEi: Saratoga His., All types of homeowner Steve Broadway Psychic Reader *ST. CLAIRE ST. 2 BR 1 BA CHSA with washer S dryer stove and refrlg.

corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/AIr *policies for e Cards Palm Readings *Off Hwy 16 W. 3 BR 2 BA D/W 1980 Peach Tree $28,600. |
Phone 94.8652.3/21 tfn mobile homes. TREE SERVICEIs Lucky Days A NumUerj Hwy 16 W 2 BR l'/t BA D/W Pacemaker CHSA. Two utility buildings one

3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat. Call for Quote Now Past Present Futon icre, well maintained.
Enclosed garage, low maintenance, Located in Palatka *HIGH AND DRY 2.57 acres near Starke and prisons house or mobile home -
ceiling fans, nice neighborhood closeto Olin's Mobile BROADWAY & WALTERS owner financing.

Southslde Elem. $39,900 964-5952 or Removal ((904)) 328.2228 *ALL THIS 1440 sq ft 5,31 acres Owner finance, possible mid 6IJ'..

964-6919. 4/181tfn. Homo Sales Call Far Appointment/ *2 BR 1'/. BA with 7 acres Good financing.
ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3/BR, Trimming
*BEAUTIFUL lot in Hampton Oaks. 2 acres
IVi/BA. Fireplace, carport, screened Removal *2 acres ready for your mobile home. Well and septic
Olin Stump
mile west of Highway 301. Elaine M. Agent HELP WANTED:
porch LIKE NEW 2 BR 1 BA In town. CHSA only $25,900. Hurry this won't last
95000468.1576 after 6:00. 5/9,2 BR HnM8 CB 964.5606 Firewood SHELTERED WORKSHOP *3BR 2Bo on I acre fenced yd. Good location with motivated seller

S.WATER STREET By owner tfn Free Estimate SUPERVISOR: *2 BR 2 BA Lake ham., on Silver Lake has over 1 acre only 65000. .
home. .L Exclusive Klngsley home on a lovely shady wooded lot and It's very own
73.4732 473.7679 Providing training instruction .
pathway to the lake ,
Roberts Real Estate After 5 P.M. and supervision for WHY RENT! You can own a home In Starke for just 25300. .

developmentally disabled *COUNTRY LIVING only 4 miles from Starke, 47'/i acres farm, Starke private
986 N. Temple Ave Stark. fL Keystone Heights adults in a production red adjoined by timber compo property with brick home

964.6262 Licensed & Insured oriented sheltered workshop *' BEAUTIFUL PASTURE LAND Brooker 4 acres with cool wooded ravine |

lading to a refreshing stream. 511,900.t
..- setting. Duties: client supervision *STARTER HOME just $32,500 Brooker. ,
.IN TOWN 4 bedrooms, 2 baths Block Home on large city training, record. + New home on Hlllcrest lake For sale excellent workmanship with solid |

lot. Has central heat, & air, single carport swimming pool.COMMERCIAL keeping client payroll work :edar wood siding. Call now.'
Plumbing Supplies *50 acres, large barn. i
and delivery.
$57,800.00. : production down 8rok.wn.r. .
business location on U.S. 301 with WATERFRONT PROPERTY Owner financing with 15 percent
Prime and/or
Desire some college .
From .
589 plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 square foot experience with developmen COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Hwy 16 2 blocks from Hwy 301 36000. |

building. Call for details. Durrance tally disabled or prior Warehouse and frame house Included.

.,40 ACRE FARM House with central heat & air, 15 acres in workshop experience. Salary *Small acerage nice country setting. 1 acre 2'h acres parcels.
and outbuildings. Al! in good PINEBREEZE S/D 3 BR 1 Vi BA Perfect for the first time Investment.
pecan grove, various barns Pump'c.<... > 8,500 to '10,000 plus quarterly' -

condition. See this one today I _.. performance bonus 4 Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR
.6 PLUS ACRES ON US 301 Excellent corner lot with many Supply Co. .r' weeks paid vacation and excellent Sales Manager* Evenings 964-4048

possibilities.! 2790000. I fringes. REALTOR ASSOCIATES
ROAD Newly remodeled home with 4 U.S. 301 N.-e61 N. Temple f ] Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142' Elite Johns 533.2816
BROWNLEE 9647061We Send resume to: .
r 964-7281
Bob Matthews
bedrooms, 2 baths. Fireplace central air. A good buy at Sterite, Flerlde Robert Larimer Suzanne Kitchen 94.76301 Lou Young967525}: "

4250000. Executive Director .. j

COMPLETE APPRAISAL SERVICE Drill Wells Sunshine Industries. Bradford ARC Carol. Warner 964-4992'- Property ManagerLee ';;.,""

George W. Roberts. Jr. Broker 2" to 6" Stat. Licensed l P.OSox 509Starke HardenbtookApprei.bls, .

Terry A. Golnes. CSM. Salesman 4 .. fL 32U91 ,_ .. '- C' '

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i \ Wage 10 July 18,1983Obituaries

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\ Gene Griffis Chapel, with Brother Robert Bell Cemetery.Jones Funeral Home was in Keystone Heights Cemetery.
In charge of the
conducting the services. Burial was in
.. Gene Griffis, 44, of Lake Butler, in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the lieu of flowers, the made Charles C. Greene
died Friday,July 12,of heart attack.He direction of Jones Funeral Home that donations be the.
was born in Lawtey, and lived In 514 East Nona St., Starke. In lieu of! American Cancer Society. Charles C. Greene,30,of BrainardDr.
Lake Butler most of his life. He was flowers, expressions of sympathy'may ., St. Augustine, died Wednesday,
r I I a member of the Lake Butler Church be made to the American July 10, in an automobile accident.Mr. r
1 I of Christ and was self-employed in Cancer Society or the American Cora Belle Robb Greene was raised, most of his
..J,, the welding business. Heart Association. life in Clay County. He was a welderat TlRE.lE! r
lie is survived by his wife, Mary Mrs. Cora Belle Robb, 89, of Lake DuPont & Sons Company in St.
Winningham Griffis of Lake Butler; Geneva,died Monday,July 15,In the Augustine.He '
two sons, Tony and Timmy Griffis, Joe Griffis Sr. Alachua General Hospital in is survived by his parents, Y
both of Lake Butler: three brothers, Gainesville. Born Morgan County. Mary and Charles Greene of Starke; Multi-Mile Polyester Glass Belted
Tommy Griffis of Dunellon, Ernie Joe Grifis,Sr.,96,of Hwy 230 East, Ga., she moved to Lake Geneva In a daughter, Christa Greene of Huntsville '
Griffis of Lawtey and Allen Bert of Starke, died Thursday, July 11, in 1965 from St. Petersburg. She was a Ala.; 4 sisters, Rena Greeneof Road Hazard
Hampton; two sisters, Bonnie Whispering Pines Care Center, Baptist.She Orlando, Betty Anne Greene, Nita Warrant
Padgett and Janie Seay both of Lake Starke,following a long illness.Bornin is survived by her husband Stare and Jan Greene, all of MULTI-MILE: XL

Butler; and three grandchildren. Clay County on December 29, Clayton L. "Robbie" Robb; two ; a brother-in-law, Benjie 165-800-13 ... 25.88 15580R13. . 33.88
Funeral services were held Mon- 1888, Mr. Griffis was a lifelong resident sons, Joseph M. Casey of Lake Padgett of Starke; and grandparents -
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185-800-13 .
32.88 165-80R-13 . . 33.88
Geneva and John H. Casey of
day, July 15, in the Lake Butler of Bradford County. Mr. Griffis Cecil and Thelma Aultmanof
Church of Christ with Bro. Dan Jar- was a retired farmer,cattleman and Panama City; a daughter, Gadsden, Ala. 19575B14. . 30.88 185-75R-14 . 37.88
rett officiating. Burial followed in timberman. He was a member of the Josephine I. Brown of Auburndale; :- 205-75B-14 . 32.88 195.758.14. . 38.88
Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direction Bradford-Union Cattleman Association six grandchildren and 10 great Funeral services were held Saturday 225-758-14 . 36.88 205.7511.14..43.88215.75B15.

of Archer Funeral Home of and Grace Baptist Church near grandchildren.Funeral services were held July 13, with Rev. Bob Cooper . . 35.88 22575R15. . 46.88
Lake Butler. Starke. officiating. Burial was at Peoria
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Wednesday,July 17,in the DeWitt C. Cemetery in Drs. Inlet. Archie Tan 225-758-15. . 36.88 235-75R-15.li. 47.88 J
Maude Hazel Manus Griffis of Jones Chapel with Rev. Charles E. ner was in charge of the ar 235-75B-15. . 38.88 4.00 Balance s
Maurice G. LangfordMaurice Starke; five daughters, Mrs. VanZant officiating. Burial followed rangements.LouAnn's I .. -'

G. Langford, 84, of Lake Dorothy H. Cruthirds of Sacramento FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL (F9ottT or, REAR.) .
includes Set caster, camber I toe In 10 -- '...'
Calif Mrs. Eunice L. Gilliard
Butler, died at his home at 290 S. .
manuhctumrs 'pec. Inspect suspension Replies pads or shoes; resurface dmmsC
10 afteran Raiford, Mrs. Ruth E. Scott of '
Lake Ave.,Wednesday, July Langfordwas Starke, Mrs. Reba A. Ketter of I sleeting Ivslem. For most American or rotors; pick bearing: bleed I adjust; -
extended illness. ,
Starke and Mrs. L. Cll'e.' Front wheel drive vehicles and road.lesl most American carl. MetallicChevettes ...
a lifelong resident of Union and Myrna Dockery; Azalea & Blueberry' FarmTake i -; ,;
Bradford Counties. He was a former a son, Joe Griffis, Jr. of Jacksonville : extra.Pans extra parts extra when required.
Post Master in the 1940's and owned l a sister, Mrs. Emma Boree of 100 South towards Keystone, take a .right; '10.95 '39.95 ?
and operated Langford Auto Sales Jacksonville; 14 grandchildren and on 24th Avenue, follow signs ;;.00:
until he retired. Mr. Langford was a 11 great grandchildren. REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 14.95
member of the First Baptist Churchof Funeral services were held on -Our Nursery has GrownWe've -'
Lake Butler, a member of the Monday, July 15, in Grace baptist CORBE1TS TIRES & SERVICE
Masonic Lodge No. 52 F and A M, Church, with Pastor Donald Scheetz \ added a Gift Shop
served on the Selective Service conducting the services. Burial was ., US 301.Temple Ave. 964.6436
Board for Union County for many in Kingsley Lake Cemetery, under New Hours: 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Financing (Formerly Starka Firestone) i.
and veteran of WWI. the direction of Jones Funeral thru -
years a Tuesday Saturday -- :: M' _'M
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Home, 524 East Nona St., Starke. ..
Lota Bielling Langford of Lake
Butler; a son, Gerald Langford of 964-7109
Alachua; a daughter, Sue Ann i
James T. Brown
Every Orlando; a brother, JohnK. All Nature Sings of Jesus
Langford of Lake Butler; and James "Jim" T. Brown, Jr. 43,
four grandchildren.Funeral who lived at White Sands Lake, ---
services were held Thurs- Keystone Heights, died in St. .
day, July 11, in the Chapel of Archer Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville,
Funeral Home of Lake Butler, with Sunday, July 14, after a long illness.
Bro Dan Jarrett and Bro. Bill Born in Jacksonville, Nov. 30, 1941,
McGill officiating.Burial followed in he moved here in 1981. He was vi
Dekle Cemetery, under the directionof employed as a truck engine account SENTRYSENTRY
Archer Funeral Home. manager for Ring Power Corp.,
Jacksonville, was a Navy veteran
serving from 1959 to 1963, was a
member of the Freedom Baptist
George Warren Nicol; Church, and a member of the

George Warren Nicol, 65, of Rt. 1 Florida Trucking Association.He a
Box 398, Crescent City died Sunday, is survived by his wife, Joan
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July 14, of a heart attack. Mr. Nicol Brown; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardware /
was born in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.and James Brown, Sr. of Keystone -- Sale Ends: July 27,1985';' --- 'I F \\ -
moved to Florida in 1970 He was an Heights; a daughter, Trudy Brownof _
electrical engineer with Seminole Jacksonville; three sons Troy,
Electric, and a member of the Cen- Jeff and Eugene Jr., all of Jacksonville \ Gates'Flexogen BOW RAKEs 18-QT. COOLER
tral United Methodist Church in ; a brother, Lenny Brown of l'1_ ,
Wilkes-Barre, Penn. Middleburg; two sisters, Michelle i pYNIYNhyt rMwra"a )) =s==
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Losco of Mandarin, Mary Stratton of
Marguerite Hirkey Nicol of Crescent Callahan; and one grandchild. ARDEN HOSE $154
Funeral services were held Tuesday T
City; a son, George Jeffery
Nicol of Orlando. July 16, in the DeWitt C. Jones Welded Steel Head. ; ; 11-1'::<= .
Private funeral services were held Chapel at Keystone Heights with $ '
Tuesday,July 15, at the graveside In Rev. Pat Murphy officiating. Burial Hardwood Handle i.1 t omr
Dekle. Cemetery under the direction followed in Keystone Heights ", 14 Steel Teeth I ; Gott' "
of Archer Funeral Home of LakeButler. Built To Last.:1 .
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; 'All Season.Hose.. .
Patented Refreeze Bottle.
Stays Flexible.Lifetime .
Uses Less Ice.
Ressie R. ThomasRessie 10A10A Guarantee. GARDEN HOE Keeps Food Dry.

R. Thomas, 67, of West PEST A Great Value. ssfff Attractive Sportsman Design.

Center St., Starke, died Saturday, ONTROL 10-58050 18198
July 13, in the Veterans Administration tMI1K ta a XG6
Medical Center, Gainesville, -
following a long illness. Born in |[* General Purpose Hoe.
Bradford County, May 15, 1918, Mr. 539 E. Call St. 4'xB' Hardwood SUPER GLUE
Thomas was a lifelong resident of Handle.
the Starke area. He was a Navy Save$100 PLYWOOD Best For Lawn & Garden.
veteran of World War II and a Rag. 1.69 Value
retired correctional officer from Jim Dandy Line
Fla State Prison. Mr.Thomas was a 3/8 cox $6.98 :
On This Toro
Heavy Duty
Charter Member of the Starke '
Church of Christ and the American ,. Trimmer.leg.259" cox YOUR CHOICE I\I88\
Legion Post, also in Starke.He Sale 15995 _
is survived by his wife, Mrs. 3 Ply 779r t
Hazel Lee Thomas of Starke; a No Money Down TO.Z9
daughter, Mrs. Theresa Holl- Model 21 cc Toro TC650 2-cyclo Only 14 r' 4 Ply- $399 Super Strong. _"
ingsworth of Tallahassee; a sister, clutch \ 5/8 CDX ,10.79 Fast.
engine amonthcontrolled 4 '
Ms. Odessa Thomas of Gainesville,a Bonds
cutting In Second.
brother, Mallory Thomas of "
"heads Cuts '" Picked Prices
Lakeland; and two grandsons, Permanent, Clear
James "Jay" F Hollingsworth of tronic 16" path elec. Delivery Slightly Higher I RUE IEMPE One Drop Does Ml
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Montgomery, Ala., and Mark Holl- -- SUP
ingsworth of Tallahassee. SPECIAL OFFER:
Funeral services were held Tues- STRONG
day, July 16, in the DeWitt C. Jones Buy One Plant or Tree lv PADLOCK ,m R


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& M a rca, $399' $299

3D Reg. 5.99 Value I II!, <

a t UMl f fCJ i Tough, Laminated Steej' Case. I' 99 Reg. 5.09 Value F

T ttst OH Double-Locking, .
Case-Hardened SteefShackle.. r Indoor Or
'I Outdoor User
I 1.79 ValueTopSelling
Resists Cutting, Forcing or (llh)l Pre-mix Spray.

Sawing. Panel Professional Effectiveness.

_Perfect For General Security Adhesive. 26 Fluid 'Ounces. 418

I Bonds Common
Building Materials.

H FELT I l I Quick Grab, High Nelson' Ml

Strength. Turbo-Heart'

$9.75 Per Roll Use on Car Gaskets Lawn and GardenSPRINKLER
Great For Mirror
15 or 30 Weight '
Tiles or Drywall.

$ Works For Indoor or

HIBGLES'n Outdoor Repairs. $4 9

$24 _I; Waterproofs, Seals,
Insulates. Reg. 10.49 Value

Stottcraft 141/i Bass Boat Powered with 35HP Mercury $8.30 Bundle! 50 Year Durability. Eliminates Puddling.
Outboard and trailer. Easy'Application! .,Even Watering.

268M Down If qualified Picked Up Prices ', 59-Position, Water-Saver Dial
Regularly SALE S QQO Only '115* p r mo. Delivery Slightly Higher* Turbine Motor Outlasts

'6,123 *t999. 12.9A.P.R. i 1 \ LN601 Standard Oscillators. 1015At

Total with tax and title '8288". B I dT i I YA
Balance of'5,000 financed over 60 months P' ''.ZZiVTi .i iin the locally-owned Sentry store In your neighborhood
at 1ZO% A PR. | OUTBOARDSNar1h | "
Cintral Florida*Larfmmt Dtaltrft : SUPPLYLake
L Butler'' US 301 S. Starke
i w..ws Keystone Heights
Faaall.Ad Ib1 S.W. 61,1! Ave. 964-6078 JcL SR 21& 100

496- O9. Quantities Limited
SEHTHY. 473-4973 SENTRY.
4031 N.W. 6th Street 373-7862 A pMceMmg i in mi$' "Y''!***m itam.during t>.uto Otrmndt upon MiUMly' <*m.th-tram lie nwmtKlunjr htuteea taa.N e.right 10 ranm. ...,_ata
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II.June I a Lieht Month for Bradford. State Attorney;: Office I


torney The Bradford received office of the state at- .cases Two pre-trial intervention the felony division, according to '16 for burglary-grand theft; pled probation two arrested
16 years; May
new Individual programs "months DOC
were completed. under'the
Clark. guilty to burglary, given five youthful offender -
cases and/or felony. years 15, 1985 for violation of probation
prosecution defendants for Twenty-two misdemeanor cases The following defendants received probation; arrested May 20 for admits to program followed by two
during allegations, sentenced to
June, the month of were processed by the state attorney final disposition and/or sentence violation of probation, pled guilty 24 months DOC. years community control.
Wiley Clark.according to Investigator in June. during the month of June. and sentenced 12 months and one Arthur Dewayne Thornton arrested Phillip Louis Lee arrested Feb. 17
battery law
day. enforcement
I related.None of the Cases were Prison 24 guilty pleas were accepted and Reese Bailey arrested Jan. 30 for John Wayne Hearn arrested June with violence Nov. 2 ;for pled resisting no contest officer, oficer; found upon guilty in a jury trial of

there were three non-jury trials.The grand theft and aggravated assault; 6 for first degree murder; pled guilty ( sentenced to three years probation. resisting arrest without violence,
Informations office declined to prosecute ten was found guilty and sentenced to 42 sentenced to lite imprisonment. Dale Lee Lamonte arrested Oct. 8 sentenced to one year BCJ after ser-
prior were filed on twelve cases and 18 cases were dismissed months in Department of Correc- Joe Norris arrested Jan. 5 for two for burglary-grand theft ving 30 days placed on probation for
cases and pled guilty
ten ;
pleas of guilty by the state tions. counts 11 months.
aggravated assault
were accepted. There ; pled to burglary of struction, placed on
were three
jury trials during the guilty to possession of sawed off probation; arrested May 3 for violation
month. Two Roy Waters charged with issuing shotgun and aggravated asault, of probation,admitted to allegations Tracy Dean Pruitt arrested Aug. 2
cases received
action nonjudicial worthless check ($2,500); restitution sentenced to 365 days Bradford sentenced to 30 months DOC. for burglary with intent to commit a
approval in
Three violation of juvenile court and made. County jail, five probation.
years Steven Cornwall arrested
probations were one case Aug. 2 felony; pled guilty to grand theft
was dismissed.
handled and no judicial action was The office Scott Habenicht arrested 'Jan. 22 Minnie Tyson arrested April for for burglary with intent to commit placed on two years probation; ar-
r. taken on six cases.Three cases were month so they welcomed could the light for burglary-grand theft; pled guiltyto welfare fraud; pled no contest,fined theft; pled guilty to grand theft rested April 19 for violation of proba-
dismissed by the state attorney and their work. It was "catch-up" on burglary was given probation for $1. given five years probation; arrestedJan. tion, found in violation of probation,
the office declined to an exceptional five years. Lonnie Thompson arrested Sept. for violation of
prosecute two month for probation, admitted sentenced as youthful offender, two
guilty pleas, especially in Ernest Williams Jr. arrested Oct. 21, 1983 for
a I'I I grand theft; pled guilty, allegations, sentenced to 30 years DOC, credit for 57 days.

j : Starke Man Wins Case Against Baker Deputies 1985 CHEVETTES 3 to Choose From

Dolphus E. Barton, a Starke resi- children from him and returned Sown
children. Deputies Burnsed
dent, was awarded$52,500 last week them to his ex-wife. He also testified and Rogers and $275 $146
Barton maintained the awarded him :
throughout an additional
when a federal jury in Jacksonville that his $2,500 as Mo.
found three-year-old son was plac- trial that the deputies acted improperly punitive damages against Deputy or de
Sheriffs of the Baker ed in the back seat of the patrol car, because of the close family Burnsed. Barton will also be entitled
County Department had behind the wire 12.9% APR 48 Mos. W.A.C. Cash Price
violated his mesh divider, like a ties between his ex-wife and the to recover his attorney fees and
seizing his minor constitutional rights by common criminal. Among those Baker County Sheriff's Office. costs from the defendants. '5288 No. 5109, 5405, 5300
children. testifying on behald of Barton were

Starke attorney, Terence Brown, his wife, Gail and Bradford County After two hours of deliberation, Originally the lawsuit also char 1985 C-10 Truck$8888O
represented Barton during the two Judge George Pierce. the six member jury returned a ver- ed that the Baker County Sheriff
day Jury trial. The employees of the had The deputies testified that Barton dict finding that the deputies had Department had harassed Barton on .
Baker County Sheriff's Departmentwere invited them into his home and violated Barton's constitutionalright various occasions and had refused to
represented by the Tallahassee that Barton had voluntarily turned to be free from unlawful sear- allow him to file a criminal com-
law firm of Madigan, Parker, the children over to the deputies. ches and seizures and finding that plaint against his ex-wife. The suit
Gatlin Swedmark & Skelding. The deputies also testified that they the deputies had violated his liberty also named Joe Newmans Sheriff of
Barton testified during the trial had a court order which had directed interest in his minor children. Bar Baker County, as a defendant. Heavy Duty Pkg. V-8 & More.
that Deputies Gary Burnsed and Barton to return his children to his ton claimed that the incident had Before the close of trial, Sheriff Save Hundreds Even Thousands with
Paul Rogers entered his home in ex-wife by 6 p.m. Sept. 13, 1981 and resulted in great humiliation to him Newmans was dismissed from the
Glen St. Mary uninvited on Sept. 13, that they believed that Judge Osee and had effected him emotionally.The suit by Federal Judge William Ter 8.80/0
1981 and forcibly took his two minor and Fagan directed of Gainesville them had telephoned jury awarded Barton $50,000 in rell Hodges of Tampa, who presidedover FinancingUSED
to pick up the compensatory damages against the trial.


I Two Starke Men Get Prison TimeTwo r. REST ONTROL1I. '84 Pontiac Bonneville. . . . 7888

Starke men were sentenced to cing guidelines. The men were arrested The white powder entered in
prison on drug charges Monday, July 539 E. Call St.
in connection with Florida evidence against Norman weighed M588
15, in Bradford County by Circuit Department of Law Enforcement a in- 42 grams but was only 37 percent Cavalier S.O.N. . . . .
Judge Michael John J Crews. vestigation that began last year and pure cocaine according to a chemist Save $100|

sentenced to Leverson four months, in 35, was netted 23 suspects. Leverson and who tested the substance. By legal '82 Mercury LN 7 . . . 3988
prison, Alvarez were the last two defen- definition,one ounce-28 grams-of co ...
seven years probation and a $2,500 dants in that investigation to plead caine must be sold to charge a person Un This Heavy Duty Toio $5788
fine after he pleaded guilty to guilty. Only one of the defendants, L. with trafficking. A trafficking v, Trimmer Reg. 299" '81 Olds Cutlass . . . .
delivery of cocaine. Leverson was H.Norman of Wellborn,chose a jury conviction carries a three-year mon- \
taken to the Reception and Medical trial. Sale J 5J95.Model $5588
datory prison Sentence but there is (
Center where work released is re- no mandatory sentence,for distribu- : .82GMCP.U. . . . . .
1 N6 MoneyDown "
quested for him. Norman was acquitted of traffick-- tion or possession of cocaine. TC6 :; -
Billy Alvarez,48,was sentenced to in 1400
ing cocaine June 21 by Crews aftera 21 cc Toro 2-cyclo Only
four months in pi:son, five year's two-day presentation by the state. New engine, clutchcontrolled ',.
charges citing Norman with a month U.S. HIGHWAY 301
probation and a $2,500 fine after he
Crews granted a defense motion for cut '
conspiracy to traffic in cocaine
pleaded guilty to possession of co- acquittal after Norman's attorney, Sept. 26 were filed against Norman ling heads. Cuts '_
caine. Alvarez was taken to the David M. Robbins of Jacksonville, after his case was dismissed.A writ- 16" path, elec I I 1901 TEMPLE AVI. N.
Restitution Center in Jacksonville argued that there not Ironic It)
was enough ten plea of not guilty was entered on Ignition. r \ ICE
where he
will be work
on release.
pure cocaine in the package pur- those charges Monday in circuit jM l
Because it was the first conviction chased by an FDLE undercover court. SPECIAL OFFER: t..
for both men, substantial prison agent on Sept. 26 to warrant the traf- Robbins has 15 days to file motions 964r50Q? 289-9350 1 1T 372-0103 I
time was not called for under senten- ficking charge. in the case. Buy One Plant or Tree CHEVY-OLDS jaigM fevi1

f ) .
a -
vr rh' 2 I ft R! :-- -
I :Me (caia overage Expanded f -

:ffi I 7I-WLT'1-iVft.'
TALLAHASSEE-Married preg- Both parents and their children assets over $1,000 and they must
nant women and parents and under the age of 18, where one meet income standards for the Aid
children may now be .eligible for parent is either not working at all,or to Families with Dependent
Medicaid coverage under the public works less than 100 hours per month. Children (AFDC) program.
medical assistance program, the Children born after September Anyone interested in applying for $
Department of Health and 30, 1983 who are under the age of 5 the new program should contact 26,000 JACKPOTBE
Rehabilitative Services (HRS) has and live with nonrelatives.To their local AFDC office to obtain ad-
announced.In qualify for the new coverage, ditional information and an applica-
the past Medicaid was families must not have countable tion.
available in Florida only under the ONE OF 52 ioo CASH WINNERS FOR WEEK

Aid Children to Families(AFDC) program with Dependent for un- No Cholesterol ENDING JULY 2119$5. REGISTER TODAY !
Low Fat
married pregnant women and for
the single parent and needy child '
who did not have the support of one Nutrition Seminar \ PP + COMPARE
or both parents. (
Hands-On Cooking Experience / ( M t
However during the 1984 c a G
Legislative session Florida passedthe Physicians on video providing latest infor- QJV 1 \ 11/ 9.97 :
Health Care Access Act (HCAA) .
which enabled the State to expand mation on health & nutrition r.1. t 1c0 '
Medicaid benefits to the following ELSAv N'FoRMU iet pep -;: % -
groups beginning July I, 1985. Tasting 5vouN PEPSI r
Beginning July 1, 1985, Medicaid Individual illustrated guidebooks olL
began providing coverage to: SUPRfIW -
Children under the age of 21 who Cost: APITSF .
live with both parents C 7 v' (t .
Pregnant married women who s Ill
live with their husbands $20 couple $25 indiv. 'J i l II9QHAVOLINE

For reservations, call:
Former Starke Cop

Said DepartmentNot 964.6310 O I I $ CASUAL SUMMER

'Unfalr'Former Continuing Education Credit far Nurses Available SHOES

Starke police sergeant Regularly To 1.09. Texaco = : Large group of oxfords, step-
incorrectly .
David Crum was
Limit 5 ins and athletics for the family.
quoted in last week's paper. Crum HU30 or 10W40. qts. 3 :

said he did not say the departmentwas
unfair or that he left for more or

better Crum pay., now with the Long Boat D 1 L

Key Police Department,said he was
not 'feed up' with the departmentand
may wish to return in the future. 0A
His reasons for leaving Starke
were personal, not job related.A HOOVER S

Convertible 0 _

Public Thank You Cleaner 0 $ 1 a 1
To The Jones with : O 0 a

FuneraillomeSomethings HeadlightReg. e .

you can believe in.
Some people are always there.
When my grandfather F.C.
died Jones Funeral Home was 14908 t IgQlg ,...... 1._
there. When my grandmotherAnne
died Jones Funeral Home

was there. When my daddy Jim- $12900 J eleacn
my died, Jones Funeral Home Sale ; '
was there. Now, when my father-
in-law Ressie Thomas died,Jones
Funeral Home was there.
Jones Funeral Home has
always been there with a tradition

of personalized service.They $1 69$ 31
are so helpful. They care.
Mr. Jones, Charles Schmidt,
Benton Futch, Harold Johnson IRISH SPRING 4 PACK BATTERIES
and Steve Futch, .low, continue a
tradition of service. DENMARK FURNITURE ,Reg. 1.63. Laundry Regularly 87'. One Reg. 2 Bars 89. 3.5 Eveready General Purpose -
Some things you can depend on. detergent. Limit 2. gallon whitener. ounce soap. Limit 6 C or O cell.
Jones Funeral Home is there. 434 W. Call St. 9645827.964.5826 .
Thank You, Prtc Good At All Family Dollar Stores Street -
Jim Hollingsworth Through Thle Weekend. QuinlllU Limited 309 South Walnut. StarkeD
PAID NOTICE On Some Itema. No Sale.l To D..l.r..




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