Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01350
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A 70 percent chance of rain all day today (Thursday, July 25), Nw . . .. . .1 1-JA,..
and a 50 percent chance for a wet weekend is the prediction. Editorial. . . . .'. J. .4A '
Tropical storm Bob is the cause of the disturbances here. With Social Now. . .. .. .. . ..,IA
winds up to 75 mph the storm was headed up the Atlantic coast Public Notlcra. . .. . . .IDA
Wednesday night was expected to hit land around Charleston, S.C. Sporti . .. .. . . . ..IOA
The storm was not expected to be too severe.
Weekend temperatures may be slightly cooler, with lows in the SECTION 12 Pago qit4p
low 70s and highs in the upper 80s and low 90s. Into Tho Wlldornou.. . . .IB" .
About an inch of rain fell in Starke Wednesday afternoon, according Doath. . . . . .. .'.68
to WPXE Radio. 1.25 inches fell the previous Wednesday. TGY Rooponlng . . .5,7 11. i
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Worlk rioting Fire Chief in Hot Water at Sta{ t '\ff Budget, Meeting I

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Starke's fire department got to bea have been disturbed by criticism of that when an employee wants to go that point for the second time, and Gainesville is like comparing
Last Chance... hot issue Tuesday night when Com- the city for losing experienced let him go." Silcox told Chief Hardeenot urged that Chief Hardee be allowedto oranges and apples. Starke cannot
Tonight (Thursday, July 25) is missioner Vernon Silcox jumped firemen. Concerned about quality to make general statements, that continue giving his budget recom- hope to match the Gainesville pay
the last chance to register in Starkefor Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee about fire protection and the fire leaving, money. will not keep somebody here. mendations. scale, he said.
the Fall Term of Santa Fe Com telling that the council is unconcerned the Chamber of Commerce has It s still an issue that needs to be Hardee said policemen start at Hardee said if a firemen is worth
munity College.A that the department is losing formed a committee to investigatethe addressed, Hardee persisted referr- $13,500 in Starke, his fireman at $18,000 to Gainesville "...he's wortha
final preregistration is set from trained, experienced employees.Chief situation. ing to the fact that three city firemen $10,004. "My men are just as profes- heckuva lot more than $10,004 to
6-8 p.m. today at the SFCC Starke Hardee aroused the ire of Chief Hardee told the commissionthat have left Starke for the Gainesville sional,just as competent. We need to Starke.
Center Office in Bradford High Commissioner Silcox who appearedto he understood the council is un- Fire Dept. in the past year for salary keep quality, not just allow volumeto Mayor Bobby Biggs asked how
School. be perturbed when Hardee givinghis concerned, that is didn't matter if, increases of$5,000 to$6,000. run through," Hardee said. many volunteer firemen the department
Starke area students planning to budget requests for 85-86, suggested firemen left. "Is there any other department Bradford County's rescue team now has. Eight said Hardee.
take classes at the Main Campus in the city commissioners don t Silcox challenging the statement.&sked (in the city) you feel that way members are seasoned professionals Biggs asked Utility Supt. Merrill
Gainesville, but wishing Jo register really care if firemen leave. Hardee if he'd heard that: about" Silcox asked. Hardee said excellent performers who Dees if many apply to be volunteer
through the Starke office, must do Hardee's main request is to increasethe from the commissioners he's more familiar with the fire know what to do in any emergency, firemen. A lot apply, Dees said, but
so this evening. After July 25 all salary of beginning firemen to themselves. Hardee replied he'dheard department. Hardee said. The potential is in the most are untrained.
registrations for classes at the $12,000, from the current 10004. the council's attitude is that if Silcox said he, as a city commissioner City of Starke that rookie fire
Main Campus will be held in "I'm not happy about some of the a firemen wants to leave,let him go. has to be concerned about all fighters cannot handle," said the
Gainesville. things I've heard" said Silcox. One "OK, that's different," said the departments.Mayor fire chief. (See Fire..P.3A)
Regular registration for SFCC city official suggested Silcox mightDowntown Silcox "It's always been my theory Bobby Biggs interrupted at Silcox said comparing Starke and

classes in Starke will continue daily
until the Fall Term begins August ----'- .--.----

27.For more information call the 4t"N

SFCC Starke Office, phone 9645382.
> Work Harder

Class of 1960 ,

To Meet Saturday...

The Bradford High graduates of
the Class of 1960 will meet for their ;
25th year reunion Saturday, July f- ; k Council UrgedIt
27; at the Starke Golf and Country
Club on SR-230 east.
The reunion is set for 6:30 p.m.
Dinner will be at 8 p.m.
was more or less a lesson on how know where they're going and what
to run the city that veteran Commission they're to do the next morning.
e Toys Needed... Vernon Silcox gave his fellow
council members Tuesday night, July That the chairman of the council
The Bradford-Union Guidance 23, as budget worshops began. meet with the chairman of the coun-
Clinic needs toys your children Silcox just re-elected without op- ty commission once a month suchas

have outgrown for use in its Child .. ... ,..... ', -.-- postion to an 8th term recommended a breakfast session.
Day Care Center for ages 25. __ = -- ; ';;"=;1I'.i.--; >=.:>:. .::r'r:3;:: ,.:1: ; -- 2Z = .J1 ;;'1 1I :

Items most needed are puzzles, I That a five percent salary in-
books, push-toys clay kitchen pots, Not hiring a city manager, as he crease be put in the budget for all ci-
dishes. Any, and all donations will requested last year. ty employees and a $100 per month
DPC at Work...
be greatly appreciated, says Debra l ; t; increase for city commissioners be
Johns Parmenter clinic director. _. t..rA ..f Downtown Progress Committee That commissioners work included.
Persons wishing to contribute can M 1L' '
members worked last Thursday harder. "I don't mean we don't work
deliver items to the Clinic at the :.slashing the historic downtown now, but we need to work harder," "Well I've backed off my thinkinga
corner of Grand and Georgia .budget down to levels where most Silcox said. little bit," said Silcox talking
Streets behind the new courthouse v t.uc"C t ; ';businesses can afford them. about his recommendation last yearto
or call the Clinic at 964-8382 or the I :.' fF'C' r:c .t'c-: *, $200,000 was cut from the That department heads and the hire a city manager. Such an administrator
Community Day Care Center 4'la ji. 1 previous' 500.000 budget. councilman in charge of that department would cost $35,000,. at
phone 964-6794 to arrange for pick- 11 ._....-- ... :::: ''i :""': ,.. 1 "n" The plan to redo the central '.- hold regular meetings. That least Silcox said.
_ .\lP,. _"w L r : j.;. US-301 and the railroad and about other departments.That expressed the concern that the
Square Dance... ; :: Thompson Walnut and Court council isn't well informed about city
The first Saturday monthly 1-1 ffI .-tt' Streets. between Madison and Jefferson a bulletin board be kept In- operations. No one will listen to
dance, August 3, at the : Streets Is at left. side city hall to list employees not at the city clerk unless the commission
square Kmgsley Lake Civic Center will bea I L.t 1 Working with sharp pencils are work. gives the clerk some authority said
hat dance with callers Ken .. r( Ei'.J (l-r): E.L. (Gene) Matthews Silcox
Perez crazy and Jerry Barrett.A .J C 1.1 i r-1 I II Chamber Executive Mike Cooney, That every purchase be sent The council chairman should set
covered dish dinner is set at I ', .. ., holding the plan; DPC Chairman through a purchasing agent. up meetings with the city clerk and.
5:30: p.m. A square dance workshopis C. ff C, C" c'4 ..1. ... John Miller attorney Terry Brown, every department head. The depart.See
Mainstream dan- and Jerome Johns. Carolyn Autry, That work orders be worked up
set at 6:30: p.m.
cing begins at 8 p.m.Ceramics 4 I not shown was present. the day before, so everybody will ( Work lIarder...P.3A)


Ceramics classes are being held

Mondays Wednesdays from from 7.10 9 p.m.a.m.and until noon Pro.iectCut to $300,000 in Effort to Gain Support 1

at the Starke Recreation Dept. on -

N. Temple Ave. (the old armory). Downtown Starke property departments of the local state prison designated for renovation was cut in down to 21514. Plans are for much DPC figured.
Instruction is being given by owners will be polled again today system. half, from $12,937 to 66700. city help in the paving area.
Lillie Ann Johns. There is no (Thursday, July 25) on signing up The Perryman property to be used Eliminated 35 litter barrels
charge, except for materials. for the renovation program bond for a 55-space parking lot, a $100,000 $34,000 was slashed from the The Rosenberg building at estimated to cost 3500.
issue which has been trimmed 40 item was left in the budget. And, $67,876 budgeted for brick paving for Thompson and Call which would
Cancer... percent, down to $300,000. $40,000 was added to the decorative crosswalks, trimming it to $32,876.A have provided only 20 parking Eliminated 39 Victorianstylewooden
Fighting With pencils sharp last Thursday street lighting to put them along the spaces, was cut from the budget, a benches estimated to cost
The 1985 American Cancer Socie- morning July 18, the Downtown side streets; Court, Walnut and $9,289 item for shrubs and or- $45,000 item.Engineering. $16,971. DPC members figured the
ty, Bradford County Unit, Fund Progress Committee (DPC) slashed Thompson, aswell as Call Street. namentals from cuts $1,289, to benches can be built locally or got-
Drive period will end in August. $200,000 out of the $500,000 site im- But from there it was all cuts. $$8,000. design fees were ten through donations after the project
Bradford County's 1985 quota has provement cost estimate preparedby trimmed from $30,600 to 24000. is complete. Plus the committee -
not been met, says Drive Chairman engineer Jim Robinson of Meeting for two hours Thursday! $25,000 for an underground irrigation Plans are to ask local firms for free members felt fewer than 39
Lillian Stump. Donations may be Harland: Bartholomew of Jackson- morning, the DPC memt*s went system was trimmedd $5,000, to engineering assistance. would be desired.
sent to Miss Lillian Stump, 1199 ville. In cutting the budget, DPC over the cost estimates item by $20,000. The $20,000 flowing water foun-
Bessent Road, Starke, FL 32091. members are depending on help item: Cut out $32,296 for conduit to be tain was eliminated from the
"Each year we hope the cure for from the City of Starke local Sidewalk paving and curbing installed in the entire historic area.
this dread disease will be found and businesses, and the horticulture The budget for trees in the area paving costs were cut by $25,881, That can be done by city forces, the (See DOWntOWn..P.3A)
great strides are being made an-
nually," advises Miss Stump.

Vet Memorial... 2 Sisters Buried L "t. f

A granite stone was dedicated a
Memorial Day this year to all men
and women who have served their 4 Die Saturday in SR-100 CrashHeavy
country in any branch of service.

Donations are being accepted by rains drenched the church truck was trying to pass another
help offset the cost of installing the grounds as funeral services for two vehicle when the accident occurred.The .
beautiful stone monument, affixedto sisters killed in a car wreck Satur- family was returning from the
the base of the artillery piece day, July 20, took place Wednesday Fort Pierce residence of Crawford's
facing south on the island at the in- afternoon.The mother-in-law.

tersection of south Walnut Street sisters, Katie Campbell "Kerrie (his daughter) had spent
and US-301. Starke councilman Crawford, 32, and Gretha CampbellCain some time at her grandmother'shouse 44
Charless Schaefer, who spearheaded 34, were two of the four killed and we went to pick her up" ;
the drive for the veterans in the car-truck collision. Crawford said. The seven relatives
memorial, says donations of any Gretha Cain had recently movedto had almost completed the 250 mile 4I r ? __ 1**"
amount will be appreciated. To Bradford County from Lake trip back to Raiford when the crash iy It fi r,
make donations phone the City of Placid. Her two children, Melody happened.The : gl r n .
Starke, 964.5027.Upcoming.. Johnson 8, and Aaron Johnson, 9, collision occurred 1.7 miles ,
also died as a result of the crash.Thetwo south of Starke on SR-100, FHP )
sisters and Melody were dead at reported.
... the scene and Aaron died Sunday ''My wife said, 'Lamar look out' _
afternoon h1 a Jacksonville hospital.
The Starke Zoning Board will
The two children will be See 2 Sisters..p.3A
meet at 7 p.m. tonight, (Thursday, buried today ( ) r'p
in Lake Placid where
July 25)The they lived M
Bradford County Zoning until two months ago. vk 1

Board will meet Tuesday, July 30, Dallas Lamar Crawford, 41, was FIIP Seeks ..,... r
driving toward Starke with six other '
at 7 p.m. in the Starke City Hall.A '
budget cutting session is set at family members in their 1979 Ford Third VehicleThe 1/
8 p.m. Monday, July 29, by Brad- when the. collision occurred about Florida Highway Patrol is 'ft'It
ford County commissioners who 8:30: p.m."There vehicle "
don't want to increase taxes and was no other car on the seeking a possible third ... .1 ,<;;
who face spending requests which road that the truck driver was tryingto perhaps a witness to the fatal ac- .. .. ,,- .
exceed expected income by over $1 pass," says the driver of a car in cident on SR-100- Saturday even- ----=;.
which his wife and three other Ing.

million.Starke commissioners will meet relatives died Saturday night.Crawford 'An eyewitness said the semi-a 4_ _Died___,. 1_ Critically__ _____ ., Hurt in This Mangled- Car...
truck was attempting to pass
said he could the
see .
Tuesday night, Aug. 30, at 7:30 semi-tractor trailer coming right at vehicle when it collided with the Wrecker owner Carl Hurst looks over the car In Hurst once taw two car flipped over when they collided -,
p.m. for their second session on him. Ford LDT," said Sgt. David which four persons died In what lawmen are calling the all eight wheels ticking up in the air. lie once
their proposed 188538 budget which "It was dusk," said Crawford. "I Goodner. most serious wreck In Bradford County In the past 30 food on SR-1S at a wreck and flagged down a truck
totals $8 million-plus. "We with information down him at high speed.Finally the driver saw
could see the truck coming and he are asking anyone years. bearing
The Brooker City Council is set the accidentto died In wreck here In In the Intersection of SR-lIand
a his
was in my lane just that fast. There regarding Hurst recalls that six persons Hurst waving arms
to meet at work 8 p.m.Its Tuesday 85-86 July 30, was no other car on that road." The please contact our office, 1955 on US-301. Carl remember many such wrecks, SR-229. hit the brakes, and screeched to a stop a fey
to begin on budget. Florida Highway Patrol had 964-7300," said Goodner. but says this was one of the worst. feet from Carl.JUL .

reported that an eyewitness said the

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Huge 2A TELEGRAPH July 25, 1985.w.n.aA

.. 'kwNr.NNwy' ,Gasoline Prices Up Est. 4 Cents From Last Year

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,.. "" ,,.r. .',,"' ,. .. .". 'I .' .. I Gasoline prices are slowly going- regular was selling for 134.1, up Gas volume for the local Shell island Nationally, Hurst says it is'
.. ::;:" ',"'" 1'I up again, just like they do every .7-cents and unleaded at $1.42.9, up 'distributor has been fairly stable, normal for a station to sell only 30
,"f, I" summer.A 9cents. Self service regular was at according to Cookie Mundorf, book percent or less as full-service and atleast
1 .' ;,), $1.08.7,up.38-cents and unleaded for keeper for Torode Oil. She said !that 70 percent or more as self-
I, '''I'.', 24-city survey of prices by the 118.1, up 2.8-cents. prices were about 4-cents. less last serve.
\ ( American'Automobile Association's year at this time.Wholesale "Women, like the service," says
.. 11 i Peninsula Motor Club in July deter Gas prices have bee fairly stablein Hurst.
,";! ,, ,,,",",, ','''';'' mined the following average prices: the state overall, said Julia gas prices are up about Gasoline ,safes! are big business
,r.- i "{'' "tI; : Regular gasoline was $1.36 per McKnight of the AAA for about the 6-to-7 cents above last July, says and taxes are a part of the cost of
,. ''II.\I", "I '., ,,' gallon at full service pumps and last month. Freeman Register III, the local Gulf every gallon that is paid for at the
( $1.10 at self service islands. Oil distributor. He said that gas station. Taxes on motor fuel
... .. Unleaded went for an average of An informal local survey revealed customers will probably not see any Brought Into Bradford County
." '."r.... j $1.43 at full service and $1.19 at self that full-service gasoline was the big changes as retailers choose to $546.351 during fiscal year 84-85, according .
11; I .... serve pumps. most expensive while self-service absorb price hikes in order to stay to Esther Ellerson, county
"-... pumps was the cheapest place to buy competitive.Even .finance director.
tJ"" <:'.,r w1 Highest price found for full ser gas. Full-service averaged $1.38.2 approximately
.. r.2'i vice regular leaded gasoline was in for regular $1.44.6 for regular though more cars are on the Making-uf total county expen-
117. ""Naples/; the Southwest coast, at unleaded and $1.51.6 for super road, Register said that his volume ditures for 84-85,gas tax revenue is a
$1.50 a gallon. Least expensive price unleaded. Averages at the self- had remained about the same, sizeable portion of county revenue.
was $1.02 per gallon at a self-service service pumps were$1.12.6 for lead- because cars are more fuel efficent. Over $285,000 came from the
Island in Pensacola.Surveys ed regular, $1.20.4 for regular According to Register, it balancesout county's portion of the eight cents
I in Gainesville found full- unleaded and $1.30.9 for super in the long run. per gallon state fuel tax and more
: service regular selling for $1.33.9 up unleaded. "About two cents higher than they than $260,000 was raised from the
.1-cents and unleaded at $142.4, up With the big selling under way, were ten months ago," said Exxon local option four-cents gas tax!; pass-
.4-cents over June. Self-serve Johnny Torode at the Shell station on dealer Carl Hurst. "Volume has ed by the county commission.
regular was $1.14.7, up .8-cents and the corner of US-301 and SR-100,said stayed about the same. Our biggest Supposedly, travelers through the
unleaded at $1.23.9, up .3 over the that for the last several weeks prices business is local." county buy half of the fuel sold, contributing -
same period. had been fairly stable. He did in- Bucking the national trend Hurst about six-percent of the
Checking in Jacksonville the AAA dicate that a 1-cent per gallon in- indicated is selling more than half county's operating funds without liv-
found the following. Full serviceSonny's crease had occured last week. of his gasoline from the full-service ing here.

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,, Appliance
t Opens Up for BusinessSonny's

Bat-" --opened Wednes- the back part of the business. They ,
\\ day with Larry Reddish and Janice both agree that each will know
Johns at the helm of the newly enough about the entire operation to Air Conditioning
remodeled restaurant.As run the entire thing if needed to. 1
\ the first franchise issued by "I didn't appreciate Starke until I .
Sonny Tillman's Gainesville based left," said Reddish. "It affords me Service

....... chain, the Starke store has a long the oppurtunity to do what I want in ,
history in the area. It serves bar-b- my home town.
+ que chicken ribs, beef and, pork to As part of the Sonny's Bar-B-Q "
the hungry. franchise chain,it was the first fran- t Service and Repair on:

s 3 ( ... ,,"'" "I'm very pleased with the chise issued by them, stated Red- All Major Appliances
Reddish "said dish. '
remodeling by Larry '
Darrell O'Neal, county sanitarian. The Sonny's chain has about 67 Air Conditioning
With the new equipment and restaurants scattered in seven Refrigeration Electrical
facilities installed by Reddish and Southeastern states, with the ma- \
Johns,O'Neal said any past sanitary jority of them in Florida. The

Saving money at, the self-serve pump... occur.problems would not probably re when business Floyd began Earl in Gainesville"Sonny" Tillman in 1968 i JOE COX, OWNER

SSG Ladon Adams of the Alabama National Guard Is at Camp Blandingto His most important objective, according opened his first restaurant there. -' + ur
do his two-week annual training. He found the self-serve pump the best to Reddish, was to present a Since then it has grown into a corn- r 'T
way to buy gas Wednesday afternoon In Starke, as he saves a few cents on new image."I pany with 1984 revenues of
each gallon. just want to offer Starke what a $68-million. Reportedly, Sonny's is 9647462Rt.
Sonny's ought to be," said Reddish. going national, with plans to open 25
The building was basically gutted new franchises within a year. States -
o and put back together in preparationfor picked out as possible locations are -- '
4 : Officials Get Without Wednesday's big day. Workmen Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, New 2, Box 2116
City By OppositionAll have been going all out this last Jersey Arizona and California.Reddish (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd.) I
week in order to get the restaurant said it was a once in a Starke _

four Starke officials up for reelection The city clerk earns $24,160, the ready for Wednesday's grand open- lifetime oppurtunity that came Florida 32091 I
along for him to put his education, Check the Yellow Pages ,
this year got by the Fridaynoon police $22,360. A city commis- ing.It
qualifying deadline without op- sioner earns $4,800 per year. will be a family affair,with Red- interests and desires to good use. Of Our Local Phone Book :
position. The other three commissioners, dish and his sister Janice Johns Approximately 25 to 30 people will For Quality Service & Repair .- ,...
overseeing operations. According to be employed by the new operation in _
Jimmy Crosby Jr., Travis Woods,
There will be no Starke election and Bobby Biggs, will be up for reelection them, she will mainly be on top of its Starke.rehabilitated building on 301 in
the while he will handleCitizens
dining room
this year, ordinarily thought of as a in 1986.
"big year" election with both the
police chief and clerk running. l
Set for new tworyear terms are Ci- .,
4u ty.Clerk Nell.Tucker;''Police,Chi (..,. "j" ,1/'...:", J'f'' ''''', .) CHRISTMAS
'Jimmy Bowen.Group 4 City Com.$"* Thank 0' "O'J'I.U ,., '-. .. k.
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missioner Vernon Silcox, and Group' gal
2 City Commissioner Charles of Starke: Ddl
Schaefer. tJtSftt

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Silcox, with 14 years on the coun, Thank you very much for allowing me to continue servingas Dd1Ic; M*. cil, and Schaefer, with 13 years, are
the veterans of the city commission. your city councilman for the next two years. ae1
Tucker is completing his second a r \ 0 :1i
term as clerk. He previously servedon I assure you that your confidence in me Is not misplaced, '

the city counci, and has servedas and that I will remain available to each of you as I have been. '
chairman. T-: "t Avg \ \A-4\4A 1 i

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Police Chief Bowen is completinghis Charles SchaeferCity
fifth term, and also previously GENT'S I ANNIVERSARY
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J .. Monday Friday 9-5:30
; 104 W. Can St Starke "
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a $6 million-plus commissioners took aim on The city collects some $135,000 in l.r l.
budget proposed 1985-86 property taxes, a very small part of : ,.ia4 -
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General .r
Fund expen- the $6 million budget. d
ditures income some $188,700 over projected Pointing out that only 40 percent of zi
a 4-hour
Tuesday i
property owners pay property tax,
night, July 23.
The Silcox> said he'd rather raise revenue li 1
$1,241,582 General Fund In- from city services for which all \
cludes the budgets of the police,fire, residents pay."Everybody.
and garbage departments, plus the "
ought to be paying, ,
administration. Bulk of the city said Silcox.In "
budget is made up of the utility f
an explanation of the budget,
departments of electricity, water, City Clerk Neil Tucker in a five-page f Vl.
and natural gas. preface on each department told the
The council will meet again next council: l.> .:

to Tuesday night, July 30, at 7:30: p.m. No salary increases were included t ,,; ';;,,
attack the r
budget. in the original budget figures, but ,
Main problem is a $100,000 deficit would, have to be added. .Ii rA
in the garbage collection budget, No determination had been madeof ;..'" 14L .... kr' k
which includes actual operating expenses hospital insurance, but that < Ii'' U
exceeding income by $22,836, Tucker looks
for a 10 percent In- .t _
a new garbage truck at $60,000 to crease. '
$82,000, and a $17,500 payment to the r -,... -
county for garbage disposal cost. It That no funding request was in- n '

looks like garbage collection rates cluded for Pop Warner football, and =" I'\ "'" .-.".. : 6.
are going < -jI -;'---- t ..- 'iIi' .! iI'r' '.'1)f .
up. that Tucker had not included that in .' : '' ; ) .". .,_
"That's the main problem," said the budget requests.An I== ,,11Io..1 -:::;'''';::-;-._.. ."" = !!111m... .. .IT ,<", :J, ': 'IIt BWI'tT._ '7-=:! 1 I

Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Jr. $11,225 request from the Brad-
"Actually, the garbage loss is about ford County Library had been left New Clothing Store Recognized by Chamber...
where we are on the budget," said out. called Natchez Trace, a mix and match line of tops, bottoms, skirts, and
Commissioner Vernon Silcox. With an attractively remodeled building on US-301 and a complete line sweaters.

Chairman Bobby Biggs said the -A 2V2-ton garbage truck was re- of ladies apparel, the Fashion Stop has won the Bradford Improvement Hidalgo also owns a clothing store in Jacksonville. Ms. Land, a native
council should do its job and balance quested by the Sanitation and Trash Award for July from the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce. of Lake City, worked in the Jax store before coming to Starke. She has
the budget. Depts. Ms. Beth Land, manager, stands In front of the new store across from been In the retail clothing business for 12 years, and was a buyer for the
"Let's bite the bullet and do it," That $17,500 is included for con- St.Edwards Catholic Church on N. Temple Ave. (US-301). Fashion Stop is former Eagle-DeVane clothing stores.
said Commissioner Crosby. tracted garbage service with the owned by Robby Hidalgo who Is In the clothing wholesale and retail Ms. Land, who lives In Starke, says business has been good at the new
Commissioners asked Utility Supt. county. The county had requested business and designs and has manufactured his own line of ladies clothing clothing store, open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.load .
Merrill Dees to study the garbage $25,000.
collection operation and income and
to come back with a recommendation -
$50,000 has been included for I Iwhen
about rates or a more efficient street 2 Sltfizfr.r
paving. The city has
operation. If garbage collection can $108,000 from budgeted ... (from pace 1A)
county as its shareof
pay they can way balance commissioners the budget. They feel the 4-cent per gallon local option she saw the truck coming at off the roadway. The frame of the of potatoes which he was back seat behind his father when the
gasoline tax. us, Crawford said. full-sized, four-door car broken transporting to
made no to balance was Leesburg. truck hit the opposite side of the car.
attempt actually
That the latest information "The only thing I could do and separated below the doors and
the budget Tuesday night.At on was try Taylor was jailed Saturday night Crawford suffered a fractured arm.
the of Commissioner federal revenue sharing is the fund to avoid him," Crawford said. the roof crumpled back. and remains there with bonds set at The truck driver was not injured
Vernon Silcox the council added will be cut by 20 percent. That the Crawford steered to the left as he The truck driver, Gary Lynn $20,000. although the 1980 Kenworth tractorhe
$80,000 into the for five cut has been approved by one houseof drove north toward Starke, trying to Taylor, 41, of Altoona, in Lake Coun- Another victim of the crash, Ker- was driving went airborne after
cent salary increases budget for all per- Congress, and that Tucker's best avoid the oncoming truck loaded ty, was charged with manslaughterafter rie Crawford, 9, who is in Shands hitting the car and ended up in the
employees and city guess is for a 10 percent reduction. with potatoes."Then troopers smelled alcohol on his Hospital in Gainesville is listed in woods off the west side of the road
$100 per month, from Dees is requesting a garbage he (the truck driver) breath. A blo 3 test is expected back critical but stable condition, accor- way.
$400 to $500, for city commissioners. truck. steered back into the other lane and Friday.Investigato. ding to a hospital spokesman

said Commissioner he Charles Schaefer Schaefer is' requesting a quick came right at us," he said. 3 were told that Wednesday. The right side of the truck was
employee can raise go but along the response. fire truck, estimated at The truck hit the passenger side of Taylor had her-n on the road for The only family member in the car smashed back by the impact but the
the council's, objected to rais- $24,000. the 1979 FTD Ford ripping away about 48 hours, although it wasn't not seriously injured was Michael driver's compartment remained intact -
ing Silcox
he wasn't salary.that said Power Superintendent Bill both doors and spinning the vehicle known where he had picked up the Crawford, 14, who was sitting in the .
Weldon is
requesting a new car that
voted against the last two council is not in the budget. The council told
pay increases.An Weldon to include the Downtown.
increase of$78,700 budget is be- Gas Dept. Superintendent car. Bob .. (71 j From page IA)
ing asked by Police Chief
Bowen for the police department.That Patterson is requesting a new truck budget. The committee hopes the Improvements, excluding the Ferryman cent of the property owners to sign, says is will cost little more per year
would add two police officers to and an additional employee, from 2 fountain will be donated. property, are now estimatedat says DPC Chairman John Miller. to retire the bond issue or note,
cut out overtime, buy three to 3. Preventive maintenance has $173,279. Adding the Perryman Several property owners who did not whichever is decided upon, Johns
patrol cars, build a training room new become a thing of the past, said Pat- The cuts brought the budget for property and seme paving funds sign have said they will sign up 'or said.
the from the
terson. project
proposed runs the new project estimated back the reduced budget.
onto the police building, add liability That Dees and Hardee engineer s estimate of $498,813 to The committee also
insurance, buy blue lights for patrol are re- up to $300,000. The DPC wants a solid majority of says it will
cars, and buy three new car radios. questing$2,000 for a safety program. $300,000. Property owners in the central the affected property owners to sign allow any property owner to pay the
downtown affected area, called the up for the project before it is entire cost up front to avoid interest
The Historic Downtown, will be asked to presented to the city commission.At payments.
Millage. sign up for the reduced amount. the suggestion of Jerome
Starke may roll back its millage Just over half the property owners Johns, the DPC agreed to ask for an- Thirty-five property owners and
slightly, from 3.074 mills to 2.815, to To The Good PeopleOf signed up for the $500,000 project, nual cost estimates are each of the some 60 parcels of land are affected
keep from increasing property Goal today is to get at least 65 per- 35 parcels on a 20 year basis. Johns by the Historic Downtown project.
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(from page 1A) tinue to serve you as your City
ment heads don't even know what
goes on in another department, Clerk. :
Silcox said. ,df
Silcox said he wants to know whena
city employee is not at work, not .. '

for the press or the public, but a I will continue to serve //yoi.r: tdthe: ?
notice posted in a back room at city

hall where the council members best of my ability. ". .>(:3v
have access but not the public.

The city needs guidelines to work ,' ; -
by. "You know whose fault it is," he -'. 9
said, referring to the city commis- Thank You!
sioners. Again,
Silcox accused both city and coun-
ty officials of "tunnel vision" in
seeking ways to work out mutual Neil TuckerPd.

problems, such as combing servicesto Pol. Adv.rUsem.ntROOMS
cut A monthly meeting
expenses. All steel, fed lever
between the chairmen of the city and 0M spring
county commissions would keep the action. Cartridge typeufflers
lines of communication open, Silcox gun loaded by dis
suggested."I pensers or hand meth-
think we ought to try this sort of Series 2 muf ods. Standard 14 oz.
thing. Or, if it doesn't work out we are now on sale for disposable cartridges or
could still go to a city manger. But lot less than usual. pressure filled 16 oz
he would cost and
more more bulk capacity.
Tough long lasting muf-
money, Commissioner Sixcox said.

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Fire... (from page 1A) 1JJ/WFAI 815 259

It now takes 240 hours of school to
be a certified fire fighter.In .
answer to Biggs's questions, reps xo.
Chief Hardee said the chief's salaryis i-1
$16,153, that the assistant chief Easy Car Care All Purpose

earns $15,125, captain, $13,748, Manual
lieutenant, $13,291, and the rookies Cleaner
get $10.004. Firemen are earning Ideal for beginners. Includes
$10,400 if they were already there oil and filter Powerful and gentle ingredients -

when raises were given last year, changes, spark plugs, w, safely clean
said Commissioner Charles belts and hoses, tune'I materials while special
Schaefer. ups, unusual tips for detergents quickly emulsify -
Silcox asked: "Do you think common problems. oil and dirt for easy
$12,000 will stop them? #799-1404 removal. #3300
I don't think it will," he respondedto FOR RENTat
his own question. Stark firemenare
being trained well, and once
trained, they go somewhere else.
That has been the tradition here,
Silcox said.It the HistoricMAGNOLIA
takes three years to season a
fireman, said Chief Hardee: answering
Biggs' question. Biggs, himself a HOTELWalnut
former volunteer fire fighter Creeper

assured terested in Hardee the fire the department council is and in- St, by Post Office Constructed of a ply Floor Jack '/

is looking after it. wood body rest, four un- Lightweight and portable
A starting pay of $12,000 dersupports, tackless
Stare for easy storage In any
a long way toward Hardee keeping said. It .. Nightly Weekly MonthlyYou foam headrest and coy car trunk. 360 double
firemen at home,
ered with fine leatherette
decked swivel saddle for
show the firemen the councilis
concerned. Then if more can be -built for comfort 1 675 easy jack positioning. 3729

added next year... Will Be Close to:' and durability. Automatic by-pass valve
Commissioner Silcox asked if #815-6215 #520-1011
there is a step up in pay after a Churches, Doctors Offices, Restaurants,

firemen College. Hardee completes said the no.Ocala Silcox Fire said Grocery Stores & the Post Office

perhaps Commissioner there should Schaefer be. said the -StarkeMotor' Parts Co. Inc. mm _

Fire Dept. Committee: has been stu- Stop By and Let Mrs Van Hook show you the '
that, and may recommend In- *
serting it into the firemen's salary rooms. We're sure you will be delighted. '155 W. Brownlee Road ". Starke 954-6060 l Makeh WMAR :'
structure.The committee Is workingon -. *BRAND new! -- r rI
a plan with step ups in pay for ex-
perience, Schaefer said.


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Citrus Vickie Carver Finds
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J !:')""f 1'L'; Budget Problems' "' : J' Public Relations Exciting But HecticStarke's

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.( :Spark Consolidation Talk 21-year-old gift blonde to and the blue-eyed citrus industry Vickie, Ezr

I Carver,the reigning Florida Citrus Queen,
thinks what is happening now on West Call

An interesting conversation took To add to the gloomy outlook Sheriff Street is "simply fantastic".

place at last week's meeting of the Dolph Reddish discussed his jail financ- With 280 public appearances already
I made to before the end of
and 40 more go
Chamber of Commerce board of direc- ing problems with the board again, her reign in November, Vickie touched

tors during discussion of increased stating the Florida Attorney General'sstaff home base last week long enough to check

salaries for, city firemen. has ordered that five female and out the progress on Santa Fe Community
five male correctional officers be hiredat College's Starke Center and tell Starke rv'
"What's the solution? Chamber of forbidden their Rotarians the pleasures and pitfalls in the
the and has use
I Commerce Board of Govenors asked in jail, Since life of a girl lucky: enough to serve as GoodWill
4 response to a report from the Executive as communications dispatchers. Ambassador and Media Represen-
loss of Bradford County jail seldom houses a tative for the state's billion dollar citrus in-
Committee concerning experienced -
this dustry,second only to tourism as a Florida
female prisoner, purely arbitraryrule
5 firemen to higher paying jobs income producer.As (
means that the Sheriff will have
I in nearby towns and cities. five little used female officers sitting a high honor achiever in high school )

i County Commission Chairman Maxie around twiddling their thumbs unless he and also college, Vickie is qualified to

I Carter, Jr. observed that "just in the can arrange to board his few and far knows speak on that the the value SFCC of Starke education Center and will she

:; few days" he'd been hearing between female prisoners at some open the doors of higher education to many
Crumbles here and there about combin- larger neighboring jail, such as Alachua Bradford County youth and adults who
i ing" some city-county services in the in- County. Although the Sheriff's proposed otherwise would not have the opportunityfor PL!
such advantages. After a brief rest )
terest of saving
money. is 000
$560,654 budget up some from her visits to almost 80 percent of the
"Say the word!" encouraged J.E. last year's it still provides Bradford taxpayers nation's 50 states,plus Canada,Vickie will

Tomlinson, immediate past president of enter her senior year at Florida Southern
the chamber, referring to the idea of College where she is majoring in public
relations and advertising, including all -
consolidation-economy. "What role phases of the mediaradio,TV,and press. All Smiles...
should the chamber ?" ,
,\ 0 Miss Florida Citrus Vickie Carver is in close communication with Tom Slade
| The chamber can play definite role, $ The daughter of J.T. and Phyllis Carverof (left), local chairman of Rotary Foundation, and Maxle Carter, Jr. new president -
6 Commissioner Carter said, while cautioning Starke, Vickie early on showed aptitudein of the Starke Rotary Club following her home town appearance last week.
l that the word consolidation is SpXo the field of public relations. Now atten-
ding Florida Southern on a National
not exactly popular in some areas of 1.1p Methodist Scholarship, and another given

government. by an anonymous donor, she is a staff .r. Yq4
R A would be effective writer for the college magazine and had f "hf
fact-finding study more the honor of addressing the 143rd
p. was the opinion offered by > Methodist Conference during its Centen-
School Board member Rodney Hall. nial session at Southern. In high school she vbA'i
"Get some facts. Hand it to them" and wrote a column for The Telegraph and also

let the chips fall where they Hall edited the school paper which won an ,
award given by the Florida Press Association
implied. .

"We all know it's coming," said It's been a wonderful year, though a bit KJEAnvER

Carter, again referring to consolidationof nerve-wracking at times, says Vickie. y r yr.M,
services. "It's just a matter of time. After boning up for weeks on all facts and i
figures concerning the citrus industry, she
Economics will force it thereby he d
recalls a call-in talk show where she was
suggested, making consolidation eventually -; asked how many calories were in a
inevitable. grapefruit-practically the only thing she OJ
hadn't memorized. her ,1
f i That was before the July 15 County religious background, Vickie Relying has on learnedto

j Commission meeting where the unhappy J seek help from a higher source in times X i4'
: fact was disclosed that the county like these. As phone calls started coming ;

; faces a million dollar cutting job if taxes in, she remembered that seven was her LJ

i and expenses are to be kept at their lucky number her and on the seventh call a ,. .- ( ,
lady reported Betty Crocker cookbook '
198485levels., said had 60 calories. .
grapefruit Thinking -- -
To make matters that sounded a little low, Vickie did some
even worse, No Doubt About It...
and "Oh that
quick ,
computing responded ,
\ board has been notified by the State must have been half a grapefruit- whole Vickie gets a close-up view huge welcoming sign at Econo Lodge that left
: Association of County Commissioners to grapefruit would have 120." It was, and it no doubt Starke is proud to be the home of Miss Florida Citrus.

budget their revenue sharing funds did.

r. (some $330,237 this fiscal year), but not Another time Vickie was on her way to a four citrus hard industry freezes which in five has been,plagued by ing their planting farther alternative south.crops or moving

f, to count on those funds in the future. It citrus ball in Orlando. Inadvertently, she infestations, and by the years by medfly of groves

is expected that they will be withheld got on a onewar.street..She was only going deadly canker disease. But re-emergence on a note of optimism Vickie said almost everyone in her
one way, but it was the wrong way. A travels was familiar with the name of
after this in an effort to trim a recent report disclosed that
year help
Starke and
patrolman stopped her and the upshot was some of them seemed
: the massive federal budget deficit. the lowest law about 60 percent of grove land was returned surprised
capita en-
per she had an official escort to meet the to about "Execution City" being able to
Of the has forcement I in the entire state Reddish mayor of the cityarriving at the ball in a Christmas citrus production after the disastrous produce, Citrus QueenVP.neiJ, ;: >ttle lady ,
s, course* county a carry-over- 1983 freeze, and 89 percent of '
the'city'Police{ patrol asked me'if at ,
declares. Coupled with car.1These our. lights, JWne-dimmed
6f growers questioned in recent ;
some $ $ could.t applied: a survey
million Were some rwhen, the bison dl've;te'd>U &t power to )
4 to the $1 shortfall, but the Department's proposed $465,000 budgetfor of the lighter showed that about 53 percent of grove land the electric chair," Vickie said with her
1985-86 this would mean that Brad- momentsbut Vickie became more destroyed up to date will remain in citrus
auditor observed that best
wisely serious while discussing Florida's and relatively few "public relations" smile.
ford Countians would be paying hard-hit growers are consider- I
this for
'. spending nestegg current ex-
$1,025,654 for law enforcement in the
: penses would be bad policy and carry-
funds be needed much coming fiscal year if all new requestsare Starke Native
over might more Remembers.
I I' next year than this. granted. This does not include our
11 I .. share of state taxes paid for services of I
In the' meanwhile, eaCh county the Florida Highway Patrol. Retired Texaco Chief
I department, submits its usual (now A.CJLong Aids SFCC Center Fund

j automatic) request for, five percent Other neighboring counties are turn-
; raises for across the Demonstrating that "you can go home '
every employee, ing more and more to consolidation of again" at least in spirit the company at the request of the board of
Augustus C.
# board, regardless of whether he or she services as a means of bringing their (Gus) Long, a native of Starke and retired directors in 1970, and was elected chair-
j warrants said increase. At one time it budgets down to a manageable figure. president, chairman of the board, and man of the executive committee and chief

was presumed that the five percent Lake Butler, Keystone Heights, and chief executive of The Texaco Co., this executive officer. He again retired from
raise was somehow tied to cost of living week contributed $1,000 toward the Santa active management in 1971 but remainedas
Macclenny are all operating, apparently director and chairman of the
Fe a executive -
Community College Starke Center
in the of ,now
increases due to increases rate
successfully without city police committee until 1977. He
nearing completion in the 1902 Bradford Wa I April,
inflation. But now that inflation has departments. Other consolidation efforts County Courthouse on Call Street.In still serves as a consultant to the company.
: declined in recent months the "unwrit-
are being planned in Columbia, St. a letter to an old acquaintance, E.L.
ten law" of five percent raises for Johns and other counties in NortheastFlorida. Matthews a member of the SFCC steering

everyone goes merrily along. This, in Clay County made a study of committee, Long said, "Naturally, I am
addition to the automatic pay raise the county and municipal governments greatly interested in the Starke project. I V On Beautification...
state legislature insists that county of- can still remember the names of many of
within its borders several
years ago, the families
that lived in Starke when I
ficials must accept each year, means an with of the savings going for a "Bradford
some was a young boy, and the town of my birth CountyGrowing More
additional $200,000 in increased county countymana er and a county engineer, is remembered with great affection." Beautiful Every Day" and the Old
at a time when it is apparent 1902 Courthouse is the inscriptionon
neither of which needed services Brad- the
sending Through years, Mr. Long's service
car tags and
needed services must be cut. ford County has been able to afford. and financial support in the health and bumper stickers.

The alternative? Unless drastic cuts 1 medical fields has been recognized by The tags and bumper stickers are
But the always boils down to
problem three institutions which have named on sale at the Chamber of Com-
i are made the board will have to come that troublesome question, asked at the facilities for himthe Augustus Long merce office or from members of

I up with special tax districts to support; Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors Library-Health Sciences Center at Columbia the Highway Beautification Committee --

i some current county services, such as 1 meeting"What's the solution?" Presbyterian Medical Center the GUS LONG : Reggie Flynn, Beveraly
garbage collection, landfill expenses, Augustus Long Hospital in Trinidad, and McGee, Norman Donn, or Christy
Hemisphere operations in i949. He subs
and volunteer fire departments. The best solution, apparently, would the Augustus Long Research Laboratoriesof Torode.
quently was elected executive vice president -
Ophthalmological Instituteat
be to get a group of responsible citizens
Another alternative is offered by an 1 Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. of the company in 1951, president of Funds raised will be used in the
to so-called "Blue RibbonCommittee"
serve on a the
and chief executive officer
The new medical library at Columbia in beautification of median
act passed by the 1985 Legislature strips on
to study and make recom- 1956. US-301.
University's Presbyterian Medical Center
authorizing counties to add another two mendations for services that could and was also named in his honor in 1976. He Retiring' first in 1965 after 35 years of

cents per gallon to the current four-cent t should be consolidated, based on facts had been a benefactor of the medical service, he returned to employment. with
; local gasoline tax. But with the upcomIng and figures gathered and analyzed by center since 1955, playing a decisive role in
f\ elections commissioners areunderstandably guiding Presbyterian Hospital through its
impartial persons qualified in the greatest period of expansion and renewal
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< reluctant even to' Trees in Big Demand i- ".-
operation of county and and
city govern- helping it meet "the most perilous
Jl discuss the unpopular topic of raising ment. Then put these recommendationsto fiscal challenges in its 106-year history,"
ty and need another incentive to
gasoline taxes again. according to a spokesman for the By David W. Norton. keep your t
the test of actual practice, such as board of : hospital County ForesterA land productive, you may be eligible for
i "It basically shows you how big a other cost-conscious county governments trustees. free. pine seedlings this planting season.
: trouble you're in," warned auditor Pat have done. There is little doubt Long is the son of the late Augustus V. -- -
(Gus) Long and Ruby Brownlee Long who 14 to 20 percent return after taxes is The Florida Forestry Association with
that such effective
Farnsworth out to the board action
pointing cost-cutting resided for many years in the large colonial what an investment in planted pines can do contributions from many of the local
that the $431,164 in new budget requestswill would have widespread public support, home that stood on the present site of on your property. timber companies have made it possible

bring the total budget to$4.6 millionif in spite of some (expected) opposition. the Bradford County Library. They were Have you had timber cut off your property for landowners to get free seedlings. To be

all needs are funded as requested. If It's worth a try, and with the present also "pioneer" summer residents of lately? It is quite possible that you have eligible you must own a minimum of 10
Kingsley Lake. had three acres and plant a minimum of 5 acres for
tax revenue is maintained at its currentlevel dire financial straits in which the two or small cutting operationson timber
the rollback levy will be 9.321 cqun- Judge A.V. Long was born in Lake City your property within the past thirty production purposes.
j\ mills, allowing the commission to raise ty finds itself, there really doesn't seem and came to Starke with his parents, Mr. years. If you have any timber left after Sign-up will begin on September 3 at the
to.be much choice. and Mrs. Thomas Telfair Long, Sr., at an these harvests it is often either ASCS office in the Bradford Agricultural
1\ only $46,724 in additional property taxesto early age. As a young man he read law in understocked,, or most often, just plain Center.If .
The obvious to the TV
\ apply to its projected million dollardeficit. answer lady'squestion the office of Judge James T. Wills in junk. that isnt's
"Where's the beef? is: the Starke, practiced law and later became enough incentive, contact
i I beef is when the taxpayer finds himself, judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit and Residual trees left after'a harvesting forestlandowners.For my office to find out. about tax breaks for

I When asked yesterday if the board or herself. between the rock of higher finally was appointed U.S. District Judgeof operation may take years to produce '
i saw a light at the end of its budget tun- the Southern District of Florida. During enough wood for an additional harvest. more information about the free
and the hard
nel, Commissioner Chairman Carter taxes, place of reduced ser- this period the Long family moved from This wood has poor quality and low income seedling program call 964-6280 (ext. 219)).
I j replied "We don't." vices. Starke to PalatXa. and later Gainesville. value, if it was good stuff the logger would
sure Judge Long served as 1st Lieutenant of the have taken it the first time. If your timberis
-- Starke National Guard Company under the in this condition or you believe it may be, '- '-
j command of Capt. Eugene S. Matthews why not start new with a quality stand of ..... :
planted pines. Don't leave ::;>> ..) rj. __
n during the Spanish-American War. your property ., .: ..
Gus, or Gustin Long as he was known to idle to pay taxes on low-quality timber, In- .. .. .=.....-
old vest In the regeneration of Quality trees. .
friends in Starke, was born here on "' --
August 23, 1904, and graduated from the Cost-share assistance is available in most .. t .. ), ._
U.S. Naval Academy in 1926 serving at cases for tree planting through the local I J/
sea in the Navy for four years. He joined ASCS office; the sign-up period begins
Some people once believed that if they slept with their mouths opens their soul Texaco in 1930 and was elected vice presi- August 1st, and will end August 31st. A blanket of snow on the groundcan
would escape that and turn Into help protect It from
way little white mice. dent frost
1 in charge of the company's Eastern If you are a landowner in Bradford Coun- damage.CI" S.

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11.. Janet Cox and Verle R. Best Marry'June' 1 in Apex, N.C. ---iT'1

I Janet Leigh Cox, daughter of Mr. honor. Attendants were Mrs. Rhonda me bride's bouquet was a loose bridal l'Wtrait, which was enhanced
and Mrs. James Allen Cox of Murray of Starke and Mrs. Tina cascade of white spring flowers witha with a basket of white silk flowers.
I Raleigh, N.C. and Rev.Verle Robert Bassett of Lake CltYj sisters of the touch of mauve and fresh Following a honeymoon to the I
: Best of Apex, N.C., son of Mr. and and Cox of greenery.To mountains of N.C., the couple will I
.: Mrs. Verl Ray Best of Starke, were Raleigh;; N.C. sister of the bride. begin the wedding ceremony, reside in Apex, N.C. The bride, a f
married on June I, in the BrldaT"attendants wore an off the bride and groom presented each 1983 graduate of Francis-Marion "
1 sanctuary of Salem Baptist Church, shoulder taffeta gown with a fitted mother with a red rose. The College in Florence S.C., is I
Apex, N.C. bodice in a dusty rose color. They ceremony was composed of an ex- employed by Central Carolina Bank. r i II
I carried a European style bouquet of change of rings, exchange of vows The groom, a 1980 graduate of Stet- 1 I
The altar was decorated with fresh flowers in shades of pink, written by the bride and groom son University in Deland and a 1983 t
I fresh ferns and varied colors of lavender and mauve.Their hair was lighting or the unity candle, a duet graduate of Southeastern Baptist
mums. Rev. Grady Long performedthe adorned with a comb which com- "The Man/Woman That I Love" Theological Seminary, is Associate \
double ring ceremony. During plimented the bouquet. sung by Mr. and Mrs. John Pastor of Salem Baptist Church. "
the prewedding ceremony spiralcandelabras Miss Lori Holcombe of Kan- Crawford, and communion with The bride and groom were
were lit by ushers Phil napolis N.C., cousin of the bride, Mrs. Karen Caster singing "The honored with overwhelming best
Bruce and Reece Sherman. The was flower girl wearing a white Lord's Prayer". wishes from family and friends.
candles that accompanied the unity eyelet gown with a hoop skirt and A reception following the weddingwas They were guests to a dinner at the :
,I candle were lit by the parents of the pink waist sash. Matthew Bragg of held in the fellowship building. home of Mr. and Mrs. John \
bride and groom. Nuptial music was Kannapolis, N.C., cousin of the Hostesses for the reception were Crawford on March 30th. Their
performed by Mrs. Margaret Perryas bride, was ring bearer. Mrs. Karen Mrs. Oma Howell Mrs. Betty church family honored them with a .
organist and sung by Mrs. Karen Holcombe, cousin of the bride at- Burnete, Mrs. Pat Barker and Mrs. miscellaneous shower hosted by 4p .a. p
Gaster. The bride processionalmusic tended the guest register.The Mozelle Howell.An Mrs. Mary Lou Booth on April 14th. 11
was performed by Phil Bragg bride given in marriage by assortment of finger foods Mrs. Mildred Bibeau and Mrs.Sarah w! : } r
and Mark Bragg, cousins of the her father, wore a gown of silk shan- were served from a table adorned Bragg, aunts of the bride hosted a ;' I I,
bride. tung fashioned with an all over silk with a pink tablecloth and white lace shower on April 28th. On May 21st ( ? .
Marty Best of Panama City servedas Venice lace bodice, scalloped, overlay accented with large pink Miss Allicyn Fleck and Mrs. r.a; hr
his brother's best man. Ushers scooped neckline cap sleeves bows. The three tier wedding cake, Dorothy Fleck hosted a shower. Mr.
were Charles Parrish of Decatur, natural waist with a cummerbundand punctuated with white on white icing and Mrs. Bryant Smith hosted a dinner
Ga., Reece Sherman of Augusta a panel front gathered skirt with was topped with an arrange- for the couple on May 24th. The
Ga., Phil Bruce of Durham N.C., back flowing into a Chapel length ment of pink and mauve silk flowers. bride and her attendants were
and Wade Cox Of Raleigh, N.C., train. Lovely lace appliques touchedthe Mrs. Karen Holcombe served wed- honored with a luncheon on May 31st
brother of the bride. skirt. The bride wore her aunt's ding cake, while Miss Karen Over- which was hosted by Mrs. Jo Ellen
Miss Allicyn Fleck of Florence, long length veil with a lace head- bay attended the punch bowl. A Potts, Mrs. Susan Knight and Mrs.
S.C., served as the bride's maid of piece edged with pearls and sequins. white wicker table displayed the Shirley Wells.

Chitty Home Scene for Buffet SupperMrs.

and ferns. A tall pedestal stand heldan marbelized urn holding a European The guests were invited to see the
Joan T. Chitty and Miss arrangement of roses, baby's sunburst arrangement of pink Rubin wedding and shower gifts on display
Karen of Starke and RandalF. in the master bedroom and hall
Chitty breath and snapdragons.Guests lilies, yellow gladiolas, blue snap-
Chitty II of Jacksonville were were invited into the dining dragons, apricot poppies lavender area.
hosts at a buffet supper at the Chitty room by Mrs. Betty Hadsock, of asters, white chrysanthemums, and Assisting in the preparation and in L k _
home on 1304 Searing Street on Lakeland, Ga. and Mrs. Sonny Ten- Alstramarian lilies interspersedwith the serving were Mrs. Drew Red- :
Saturday evening June 29, between ly, aunts of the bride. baby's breath, Jade and dish, Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs.
6:00: and 9:00: p.m., following the The dining room table was leatherleaf ferns, which was placedon George Roberts, Mrs. David Hurse, Mrs.Verle Best
afternoon wedding and reception of covered with an imported oriental the buffet at the far end of the Mrs. J.R. Reddish, Mrs. Eldon Hardy -
their and Sandra Mrs. Fred Snell of St.
daughter sister, hand embroidered white cloth. room. Augustine,
Louise Chitty to Anthony Wayne Mrs. Candice Whitlowe of Jackson-
Centering the table was a large An arrangement of a dozen
Nead of ville, and Mrs. Gertrude
Tampa. basket cut watermelon holding an American Beauty red roses with Covington.
Greeting the guests at the door abundance of fresh melons and leatherleaf fern were placed on the Social Side .Club News
II brother of the fruits. A delicious supper of smoked marble top credenza in the family
Randy Chitty Sharing this special time with the NoticesChurch
bride, and Ralph Chitty of Valdosta turkey ham and sausage rice, withan area. Large and tropical ferns baskets ficus bride and groom and their wedding of the Items'
of fresh and trees palms hanging
assortment congealed -
Ga., uncle of the bride. party and families, were 65 out-of-
The living room was decorated for salads vegetables, and relish were placed throughout the home town relatives and friends attendingthe
the evening with arrangements of trays, were served. The dramatic and family room area, at specific 3 p.m. wedding and reception. News
double pink hybiscus tropical plants focal point in the room was a large vantage points.Stephanie WeddingsReceptions

I Upcoming DatesJackie Wheeler, Gladys 964-7608 Mooty Parties

Hall The Marcus ConnersTo Ricky GriffisTo

Steve Underhill, Celebrate 50th Wed Aug. 24 (

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wheeler of f
I' To Wed Sept. 7 Anniversary Aug. 4 Keystone Heights announce the

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall of Hamp- Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner of engagement and approaching mar- Thank YouCitizens
ton announce the engagement and Starke will celebrate their 50th wed- riage of their daughter, Stephanie -
approaching marriage of their ding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 4, Rachelle, to Ricky Dale Griffis, son
daughter Jackie to Steve from 3 to 5 p.m. in Bayless Highway of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffis of of Starke:

Underhill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Col- Church, SR 225, given by their Starke. Thank
ley Underhill of Starke. children and grandchildren. The bride-elect is a 1981 graduateof you very much for allowing me to continue

, Miss Hall and Mr. Underhill are No local invitaions are being sent Keystone Heights High School and serving as your city councilman for the next two
both graduates of Bradford High but all friends and relatives are In- is employed Toy Clay Electric years. \

I School. She is employed by Dollar vited to attend. Cooperative.Mr. .
General Store and he is employed by Griffis is a 1981 graduate of 't.- I assure you that your confidence In me Is not

T"Ni a.diti f f\tf\ Jf plai3t Y I11! tb'ttS 't"7; ,(H r 1101" "' '''''A' '' U' .OJ",'," .., ,:,' .." .';/employed Bradford High by,School'Clay-'Electric.and is also .of!misplaced. ,and that I will" remain available to each

Cooperative.The you as I have'been.
at the FSP Pistol Range.
at 7 p.m.
is for
wedding planned
Theresa Williams, 24, at 7 p.m. in Grace Baptist Stephanie Wheeler -Charles SchaeferPd.

Bo CulversonTo Church, Starke.All Ricky Griffis Pol. Advertisement
Christine Creighton, Wed Aug. 16 friends and relatives are In-
GoadTo vited to attend.
Jamey Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones of
Wed July 27 Brooker announce the approaching

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Creighton announce marriage of their daughter
the approaching marriage of Theresa, to Vince "Bo" Culverson Julie M. Griffis,
their daughter, Christine, to Jamey son of Mr.and Mrs.Roger Culversonof Faron T. Carter
of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Starke.
Goad, son
The wedding will take place July The marriage will take place at Plan Aug. 2 WeddingMrs.

27 at 4 p.m. in the Starke Woman's the home of the groom's parents on Freda H. Taylor of Lawteyand
Club followed by dinner and dancingat Aug. 16, at 7:30: p.m. Tracy E. Griffis announce the
.m. also at the club house. No invitations are being issued but and r ; 1. 7i i
engagement approaching mar ,
Alt all friends and relatives are invitedto The Des
friends and relatives are In- attend. riage of their daughter, Julie M. rte o
vited to attend. Griffis, to Faron T. Carter son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Mid-

dleburg.The bride-elect is a 1982 graduateof Insurance Coverage -
of InterestLocal
I Items Bradford High School and is

employed by Gator Freightways.
Club Mr. Carter is employed by his
Realtors Starke father Fred Carter as a .

Attend Realtor Enjoys Family Day The wedding will take place Friday For farm home auto business and life.Your .
held Aug. 2, at 7:30: p.m. in the First your ,
Kiwanis Club
Institute July 8-13 The Starke
Baptist Church, Lawtey with a
their Annual Family Day on Satur- '
Susan Faulkner Reddish and the Johns residenton reception following.
I July 20th at I
All friends and relatives are In-
1 Cecelia T. Terwillegar members Crystal Lake. vited to attend. local Farm Bureau Insurance agent 'u trained to Farm Bureau Insurance is available through county
the Bradford-Union County Board of Over thirty people attended Including help you with the best possible quality insurancu product insurance agents, headquartered at county Farm Bureau
I Realtors attended the July 8-13,1985 Kiwanians and their at the lowest possible rate. A broad line of coverage has offices. Farm Bureau Insurance agents arc full-time
Realtor Institute a week-long families. been developed to meet practically all Farm Bureau and professional Call your local agent and let him/her
I education program conducted by the Supper was served at 5:30 including members' needs. show you the key to the best coverage for you.
. Florida Association of Realtors. hot dogs, hamburgers Wendy Austin,
I Mrs. Reddish is manager of ERA chips, Baked beans and drink.A Kenneth Richard
Tiffin&: Owens and Mrs.Terwillegar of and water
variety games
I owns Terwillegar Realty. sports were played during the day Plan Aug. 10 Wedding Bradford County Farm

and into the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Austin of
i The local club hosts this event Lawtey announce the engagementand
, BHS Class of 1962 each year in August to include the approaching marriage of their Bureau -
entire family. daughter, Wendy, to Kenneth
Hold Luncheon Richard of Lake Butler.
I' The bride-elect is a 1984 graduateof
Nine members of the Bradford 964-6369
Revival ServicesAt
Bradford High School and
School class of 1962 enjoyed a
! ? buffet luncheon on Friday July 18 Church of God employed by Winn-Dixie.
,, Blankenship Reddish Mr. Richard is employed at Smith i-' North 301 next to the '
.. given by Barbara Bagwell and Revival services are continuingthis Insulation in Gainesville.The i Florida Highway Patrol Station
Shirley Morrison week at the Starke Church of
wedding is planned for Satur-
Janet Nichols Carter at the home of God located at 422 North St. Clair St.
day, Aug. 10, at 5 p.m. at Highland
the latter on Kingsley The Reverend Al Coleman, pastor of Baptist Church in Highland. ,
hours of 12 and 3
the party
During lun- the Otis Road Church of God All friends and relatives are In-
p.m. the guests had a Jacksonville is the Evangelist.The vited to attend.Happy I "
cheon on the screened porch public is invited to attend the
overlooking the lake. The afternoonwas revival services. Reverand WalterF.

spent sharing photos and Montz, Pastor. ,
memorabilia reminiscing about the
past as well as catching up on the

attending were Mary
Jane Bigham Green of Brooker, 1
Theresa Thomas Hollingsworth of Birthday
Tallahassee Gayle Andrews Hurst .. +t '
of'Santa' Fe Lake, Sandra Shealy Jennifer W.
Messer of Lake City, Linda Thomas ,
Pace of Lake Butler and Mary Ann Love to the
Long Pater of Germany.

Shawna Blom Bestest

Celebrates Birthday Cutest Iina'f

Shawna Blom celebrated her 14th Most Loveable
birthday Saturday afternoon at a
swim party and cookout given by her Daughter We Have.

parents Mr. and Mrs.:Jimmy Eppa July 25, 1969 was a wonderfulday
at their home on Martin Street. for us all. Thank you for
The pool area was decorated with _, i
orange and blue streamers for the being you. We love you... w I
occasion. '
12 people enjoyedimming TINA & RANDALL
The young !
."" in the afternoon followed sta.
by a cookout.


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Did You Know
Pamela D. Pratt of Starke hasbeen Graduates from the University of
Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and Michele Howard age 13, daughterof Florida
'F Connelly and and Mrs. Mike named to the dean's list for the May, 1983 commencement
Thelma Howard' j
I,' Mrs.:." LoisuBennett I of Starke and son of Kingston, N.Y. visited their Gruen family,, Traci Clark, Kelll Leake BaldWin, Erika Starke competed in the Miss Florida 1983 spring semester at Western from this area were: Denise
I i Mrs. Brenda Jones of Hampton' aunt, Mrs. Viola Anderson, Thurs-. Wendy Sullivan, Joelle Innocent Sweetheart State finals held In Carolina University, Cullowhee, Frances Aston BA; Jerald Dwayne
day to Sunday. N.C. Baldwin, Jr, BSCIIE Joel
I visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Pease in Betty Shuford, Dee Gaskins, Janice Daytona on July 12-14 and won first ; Denny
: Lebanon, Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Gaskins and Jenny Sikes runner up in Beauty division and George, BSEE; Melissa Ellen
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby spent Heather Christine Sellers, 21 Maher, BSBA' Elizabeth Ann Puf-
Bob Boudreaux in Tenn. ;
Kingston, in
6 from third runner Bathing
July a 10 tour in up Beauty
day Paris
; and sight-seeing in Nashville last last week attending a family reunionIn Rome, Florence and Geneva. division.Mr. month old daughter of Dale and Kim fenbauger, BSJ; Arthur Jay Mott,
week. Ozark, Ala.; visited Mr. and Mrs. Sellers of Lawtey granddaughter -
; Milton Patterson in Montgomery, Club and Mrs. Glen Reddish of Pen- of Charles and Carol Boyer BSF.Miss
: Mr. and Mrs. Marion Langston oft Ala.; Mjr. and Mrs. Mickey Dansbyand July Duplicate 16 were Bridge: first -results Yvonne for sacola spent July 11-21 with his of Starke and Ronnie and Carolyn Karen Chitty and her
I Columbia, S. oasts this week family in Prattville, Ala.; and Reichmann and Allene Brew mother, Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Sellers of Lawtey, was crowned mother, Mrs. Joan T. Chitty were
I'I of Mrs. Dolly Spies Mr.and Mrs.P.T.Nolin in Defuniak, cond- Ida Shaw and Evelyn Griffin; se family. Their children Chris and Holiday Pageant baby queen for guests of Dr. John D. Woody of Columbus -
f I Fl. third Jack and Louise Burnette. ; Ashley remained for a week. Starke on May 4 and placed fourth Ga. from Friday through
,. j While Mr. and Mrs. Olin White runner-up in her division\ at Holiday Tuesday of last week. While in Col-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben of Case and pageant State Finals in umbus they spent three days at
were vacationing last week they Ira Vanllook and Donna Jean Mrs. Bobby daughter, July 5-7
Savannah, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Michael White Crave spent a week in Atlantic City, Erin of Lake City spent Friday to Gainesville.Mr. Callaway Gardens.
John Williams of Port and
and family in Pickens, S.C.. toured Orange N.J. sight-seeing. They attended Monday of last week with her
family spend the July 13-14 weekend Mrs. Lou Struth. and Mrs. Herres of McRae visited Mr. and
Greenville and had a boat trip in the Kris Kristofferson concert and other mother Joey Barney
foothills of the Smoky Mountains. with their mother, Mrs. Gladys shows. Tallahassee were home for the Mrs. Ira Wells in Gulf Breeze last
Williams. weekend.p week.
/ // / / / r _. Little Pamela Reddish of St.

Augustine is visiting her grandparents -
-- ,Mr.and Mrs. Drew Reddish
this week.
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/ and daughter, Melissa, spent Mon-
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Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Patton and
two daughters of Nashville, Tenn.
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Rev. Patton has acceptedthe
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AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE Presbyterian church.

Sale prices good thru Sat., July 27th. Jeff Welch of Savannah, Ga. is
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I Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr for a week.

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NATURAL WONDER COSMETICS SHAMPOO DEW 15 in the Alachua General Hospital.
or Maternal grandparents are Mrs.

% iR:: 59 the Marilynn grandparents late Bryant Wilkerson are Wilkerson.Mr.of Lawtey and Mrs.Great and

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ENTIRE STOCK Reg. 1.85 to 3.75 CMS1 AIM 41-oz.or CIILun S-OL or 5-OZ.IJmU! _While. quantities last
..-- Don and Paula Lojoie of Chipley
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:-r:: I '. r.. I Michael, born July 10 in Dothan. ,
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Mr. and
great grandparents are .
Mrs. Guy Herndon of Grand Ridge,
[ / IIII I '--1 ,;l': 7: Fl. Paternal grandparents are Mr.

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t' NAIL 'OLISH. | MRA RAZOR CANOY BA or POP DROPS DRINK MIX Family.Reunion HeldAtJ.ogiiDicandio ,
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On July 6, a family reunion was
01 held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I I "- //L :: Leon Dicandio, Sr. with approx-
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t r. '" I _<1(;:" ... '" ';' ...''n; ...... T.01 =;;I." Dicandio, Sr. is 73 and celebratedher
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,., I have lived in Bradford County 50
-= II 11II II( -, I Ii years, having moved here from St.
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During the afternoon there was a
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Shower HonoreeMiss

Korditet J,.[ 11 JiLi.1]I 1 1'J Stephanie Wheeler, bride-

.-.:;;- LAXGC TRASH* ..t := elect of Ricky Griffis was honoredat
c _ctIII':_>_ _. nI rrHl P."': t P.!": f IN_. ;r a bridal shower last Thursday at
OKbfdite e the home of Lorrie Dicandio.
I ;; A rainbow color motif was carriedout
in the decorations. The refresh-
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::t 1 e; Qd LEAF BAGS -- ; .' \ B cloth over a lavender underlay.

'Ji The hostesses Sandee Hall, Mrs.
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presented the honoree with a yellow

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Jr. Boys Head' .

tq, A 4" for Nationals

The Starke Junior Boys softball won, they would have had to playa
team is headed for the national tour- fifth game. However, Sunrise took
.' \ nament in Albany, Georgia August the last game 12-4
p ; 14.In "They were a tired bunch of
i.to i. a hard fought state tournament boys," says SChoenin The team
i.t LL4. the Starke Jr. Boys took secondsplace had had to play their last three
for a berth at nationals. games back to back with only a short
.... "We had a good tournament," said rest period between each game said
Coach Herman Schoening.In the coach.
." ? .' ';;;(...' their first game out, the boys
ran-up against eventual winner, According to Schoening, the team
': "I' t'a, "" .' I ," Sunrise. When the dust finally settl- needs $2,000 to take them to the national -
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.t. ,',jI. s, ,,, .' "' ...,,, """",," ...\..I"., '',' ''. <'<.' ed, it was Sunrise All-Stars 17, tournament and they are try-
.. ; i .. of". "of,.,"' 1", X.;.""' ,. "..," "'" "., Starke 5 and thrown right into( the in$ to raise the money locally. He
J .' '-:\: L losers bracket.In said his plans are to contact the local
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.. -, }, ,) ",4",>;"r. ',I.?';-' merchants for donations as well as
.1"X' ,>> : ., (. to ask the general public for money.
; the second game, Satellite
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: I.:; Beach was the loser 12-9, with the Schoening said that WPXE radio
Getting a piece of the ball... Stars moving on to the third game. has donated commercial air time
Number three was Jensen Beach, four times a day to get their funds
Trying for second base... Robert"Jo-Jo"Wilkerson bangs out a hit as the Starke Junior Boys roll who went down 11-7 for Starke's second appeal message across.
Randall Polk to a 12-9 win over challenger Satellite Beach. With the boys taking second win. Donations can be sent to: Junior
Boys tries to beat-out the second baseman in the Starke Junior in the state tournament In Jensen Beach, they have a berth at the na- As the winner from the loser's Boys Softball Team, Care of Her-
last weekend.over Satellite Beach at the state boys softball tournament tionals August 1-4 in Albany Georgia. bracket, Starke had to face Sunrisein man Schoening,610 Pinewood Drive,
the fourth game, and if they had Starke, FL 32091.

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David Elder's Grand Slam Lifts Starke 14-10


Over Gainesville for Dixie Major District Title,,

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\L. by Charles FrancisThe ly walk team-mates Devin Jacksonand The late inning excitement was set Elder led the Americans with a 4-5
Jeff Carver to load the bases. up when Starke picked up 4 runs in night, followed by Francis 3-4, and
jt7 Starke Americans defeated Elder put on his picked the first on walks to Francis and Carver 23. Link Bishop, Crawford,
4 1 Gainesville 14-10 in an extrainninggame his Easton bat, dug in, and Jackson, a line-drive double by Goodowns, and Sheffield all had
/ ; to take the championship in 'SheZam', 'Grand-Slam' for a 14-10 Carver, and singles by Elder and single hits.Sheffield.
'i : the Dixie Major District Play-Offs in win off the Gainesville pitcher's second Jeremy Crawford. The Americans was the winning pitcherin
Orange Park July 18. pitch to send Gainesville home, scored 3 more in the second to tie relief of Elder in the last two inn-
i" Donnie Francis doubled on a shot and the Starke Americans to Bartow Gainesville 7-7 on a single by Fran- ings.
i"J a ; r down the third base line in the bot- for the State Play-Offs August 59. cis, a walk to Goodowns and a 3-run Colnvivlll 4303000 10
l < tom of the seventh, Andy Goodowns This is the first championship for homer by Carver.In Stark. '44 3 0 0 2 1 4. 14
grounded out to third base with the Dixie Majors since 1972. the fifth, Starke stayed close Stark.: Elder, Sheffield ((6)) and Francli.
'k1 Francis into scoring position The closing fireworks followed when Francis singled, Reggie Shef- WPi Sheffield ((2.0)) HR: Carv.r and
one out. David Elder stood intently Elder's steal of home in the sixth to field walked, and both scored on a Elder 2B; Eld.r, Francis, Coodownt and
Ir : watching Denny Guerra intentional tie the game 1010. double( by Goodowns. Sheffield.

Starke Senior Boys Almost Make it to NationalsThe I

Starke Stars Senior Boy's soft- tournament winner and were the tempt to get to Ohio and the national
ball team almost made it to the na- 1982 national champs. senior boys tournament.
tional tournament, but fell one game Things went better in the second High batter for the team was Mike FLORIDA TIMES UNION
rTT short of their goal last weekend in game, with Plantation going down Chappel who went 5-7 for an averageof Motor Route AvailableIn
;: .1 r Jensen Beach by finishing third."I 7-2 for the Stars' first win. The Stars .714 and accounted for three of the Starke-Lake Butler Area.
: don't know how to explain it," were now 1-1 for the tournamentwith nine total Stars runs. Jamie Must have reliable transportation -
said Coach Jerry McGriff. "We had a possibility of coming out of Whitehead, Tad Crews and Gary telephone, and be able to
1b? I good practices all week. We got the losers bracket with at least a second Wise hit .500 for the tournament. post a f 250 cash bond deposit.Call .
n there and nothing went right." place finish.It 064-5165 ((8:00: AM 5:00 PM
was the third game which would Finishing the season with a 30-21 Mon.thru Fri.) or come by office,
: The first game was played against tell the tale, with the Stars losing 2-1 record, McGriff said the coaches 1605 N. Temple Ave.
: Pasadena Lakes and was an 11-1 to Satellite Beach. and team wished to express their
for the Starke Stars. With a third place finish,the Stars thanks to their fans for their support
Pasadena Lakes,.was..the (eventual! "'wor"-cl *e..tui no cigar in their at*, ,during: th -season. ...insi

Here, Kitty, Kitty...

Animal trainers Linda Pritchard and baron Julius von Uhl hold their
.young friend, D.L., an African pit bull, (really a four-month old Barbarylion
who weighs 60-pounds).
They will be performing at the Waldo Flea Market with the Lion World
Show Saturday and Sunday with their 12 lions,one tiger and over 50 exotic i

The i Lions are coming

The Lions are coming....

The lions are coming to the Waldo Uhl, a native of Budapest; AT WHAT YOU GET FOR JUST
Farmers and Flea Market this Hungary has been animal training
weekend from Land of the Lions in for 39-years. He said he recently
Trenton. came out of retirement because of We Also Have

Baron Julius von Uhl will bring his requests for his training services, Victor 800 00 Swintec 300
and because he missed the activity.
12 lions and one tiger to center stage
this weekend with continuous shows. An exact man, Uhl said that an
There will be three of the rare Bar- adult lion will eat about 7,014 $11900 $9995
or 3V4 tons, of meat a year,
bary lions and one Black Maned Nubian pounds
which is he remains constantlyon Victor 820 Cannon .
in the group. These why p 25 D
specs tour raising funds to feed the 50 $99
are considered endangered ,
according to Uhl. animals in his entourage. He also 139 6995
has animals housed in various zoos

To announce his arrival, Von Uhl around the country. Sharp ux-1612
came into The Telegraphoffice car- The animals will be performing
ryingh a 60-pound, 4-month-old lion all-day Saturday and Sunday at the II 129
Flea Market at Waldo.
cub which was friendly as a kitten.
(Editor's Note: It got the attentionof Uhl says he's handledh 50 lions at
everybody who happened!lY.) one time in a ring.


August 2. The drawing'will be held
Info Available August 5. Only successful ap- AND CENTS ;:
plicants will be notified.
St. Marks National Wildlife Non-quota hunts include the archery FAST, QUIET, SIMPLE OPERATION '
Refuge, which runs from the Ap- hunt Nov. 1-10, and small
palachicola River almost to Perry, game hunt, Dec. 20 Jan. 26. All S FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY FROM CASIO
now has its applications and regula- hunts will be held in the Panacea
tions for the 1985-1986 season. and Wakulla Units of the refuge, a BOTH PRINT AND LARGE DISPLAY
To get this information mailed to with the exception of the hog hunt
write or call: St. Marks NWR, which will be held in the Wakulla 4! FOUR-KEY INDEPENDENT MEMORY
P.0. Box 68, St. Marks, Fl. 32355, or and a portion of the Panacea Unit.
phone (904)9256121.'There Refuge permits are required for HEAVY-DUTY PRINTING MECHANISM FOR
will be five quota hunts this all hunts.
Nov. 15-17)
year: muzzleloader ;
two conventional weapons (Nov. ,, BLACK PRINTOUT WITH RED NEGATIVEAND r
22-24, Nov. 29 Dec. 1)); special hog ;"
hunt (Dec. 13-15); and spring gob- ,, Grace United CREDIT BALANCE UTILIZING TWO-
bIer hunt (March 28.April 6, 1986). Methodist ChurchRd COLOR STANDARD SPOOL RIBBON
ALL quota hunt applications are ...
due back In the refuge office by 225 road Across from a FULL DECIMAL SYSTEM COMPLETE WITH ;'
Lawtey Post Office

TELEGRAPH Sunday Worship . 11 am Model GR-2200
Published every I
at 135 W. Call Street .- '
Florida 32091 -

Second Class postage paid al CHURCH OF GOD We RepairCalculators OFFICE SHOP I .1 I
Starke, FloridaSubscription 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 THE
Walter F. Montz, Pastor Starke s
Rates: 110 W. Call Street t
We Invite you to worship with us &

In-trade area: $10.00 per year ATTENDED NURSERY Typewriters "' I

$5.50 six months Sunday School . ,.. ... 10 am 964.5764 '
Morning Worship a. ... . .. .'11 o.m. CALL TODA YIJI .. i ::1.1i.
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I $6.00 six months Wednesday Youth .. .. .. .. 7:30 p.m.: i.I IJ



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Warner youth, and general knowledge of The Brooker Athletic Association "
POp football and cheerleading sponsored the tournament, raising
information several himH"-ed dollars to be used to '
Itegiatrntion For further i call: "
President Larry Noegel, 964-7354; finance an ever Improving facility
Commissioner H. F. and athletic program In Brooker
The final day for preregistrationfor Wiggins,
the 83 Bradford County Pop 964-8592; or Cheerleader Coor-
Warner Football Program will be dinator Sheila Padgett, 964-5753. Golf Tourney Postponed
this Saturday, July 27. from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. in front of TG&Y. Brooker Men's TourneyThe
Registration will begin at the fieldon Wet grounds forced postponment
August 1. of the annual Club Championship
Boys age 7.14 are eligible if their Hogan's Heroes slow pitch Golf Tournament, scheduled for last
4" weight and age meet the re- Softball team of Gainesville! was the weekend at the Starke Golf and s {.
quirments for one of the five teams; winner of the Class 'C' Sub District Country Club.
Mighty-Mites Jr. Pee Wee, PeeWees Tournament in Brooker last
Jr. Midgets, and Midgets.Girls weekend, going through the tourna- The tourney has now been
age 7-14 can participate as ment undefeated. rescheduled for August 3 and 4.
cheerleaders No weight requir- The Club Championship is played
ment. Burger King of Gainesville was with five flights: the Championship

Registration fee is$35,and may be the runner-up and Blue Moon of Flight, in which no handicap is used,
paid on or before August 1 when Cross City was third. Thomas Concrete and 4 flights based on handicap -
practive begins at the Edwards of Newberry finished fourth.
Road Complex. Defending Champion is Jack
Bradford County Pop Warner Raiders of Starke,Brad- Hazen. Richard Gaines, several yr fkt ,5 w
President Larry Noegel says the ford County representative in the times prior champion, will be a con-
Bradford 'Cowboys' will be sportingall tournament, was humiliated by tender, and Danny McKinney could
new uniforms this year. Noegel Hogan's Heroes in the initial gameof give the boys some trouble.

said, "We still need a few more good the tournament by a 36-0 score, h ,
coaches and cheerleader sponsors." but returned in the loser's bracket to Club Pro Herb Herres said VpfF I Y
Qualifications require good play an exceptional game, but losing trophies will be awarded to the top a1iv
character, a genuine interest in 2-1 to WKAE of High Springs two golfers in each flite.

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Monday Starke Woman Wins New Car from Cosmetics.
Mary Cay ..

AND FOR BRADFORD MISSION STARKE Bradford County the, DIVISION File Number o'clock A.M., the undersigned Lucille Spry, left,of Starke has been awarded the user Mary Kay VIP (Very Important Performer) Club.
Florida, at
COUNTY FLORIDA starting 85-30-CP Division 1.3625 Goto of a new Oldsmobile Flrenza by Mary Kay Cosmetics, Mary Kay provides VIP's such as Ms. Spry with the
15th of 1985
Cot No. 85227TRANSOUTH NOTICE IS HEREBY day August the following IN RE: ESTATE OF Frleghtways, Inc. will I, Inc of Dallas, Texas as a result of her accomplishments use of a new Firenza.
MOR GIVEN the the proposed at 3:30: p.m., MARVEL COLUMBIA sell at public
described auction for as an Independent beauty consultant. The new VIP program was unveiled in February 1984
TGAGE CORPORATIONOF title' property Deceased cash
Plaintiff Ordinance, whose set forth In the Order of at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. To win the new Oldsmobile Firenza, Ms. Spry, a by the Dallas-based cosmetics company and marks the
FLORIDA hereinafter will AMENDED NOTICE OF Jacksonville
vt. ROBERT SIENKIEWICZ b. considered appears for final Final Judgment.Lot ADMINISTRATIONThe one lot of motor, Florida,, team leader with other Mary Kay sales ladles workingfor first time Mary Kay has offered use of a car as in in-
and BARBARA enactment on the 6th 4 of Block B, administration of to Electric consigned Motors- her, met the requirement of $3,000 of sales per centive to Independent beauty consultants. _

,I SIENKIEWICZ, his wlf.! day of Augutt AD., Plnehurtt Subdivision, the estate of Marvel Col- Inc., Naples, Fla. to month for her team and$600 per month personal sales.
Defendant 1985, at the City Commission recorded In Plot Book 2, umbia, deceased, File satisfy freight and Mrs. Spry works under local Mary Kay Director San Mary Kay, an international manufacturer and
NOTICE OF SALE Meeting com Page 35 of the current Number 85-30-CP, Is storage charges, under dra Reddish, right in photo above. distributor of premium skin, hair and body care products
Notice Is hereby given mencing at 7:30: p.m., In public records of Bradford pending In the Circuit the provisions of Section Ms. Spry Is among more than 1,500 Mary Kay In- cosmetics, toiletries and frangrances, had net
that, pursuant to a Final the City Hall 209 N. County Florida. Court for Bradford County 4 (b) of Uniform StandardBill dependment businesswomen! who are members the sales of $277.5 million In 1984.
I Judgment of Foreclosure Thompson Street, Dated this 22 day of July, Florida, Probate Division of Lading.
I ntered herein I will ..il Starke, Florida. A copy 1985. the address of Gator Freightways, Inc;,
I the properly tituated In of told Ordinance maybe CLERK OF CIRCUIT which it P.O. Drawer B, Carrier 7/25 8/1 2tchg Wesley Methodist wins sub-district I
I Bradford County, Florida inspected by any COURT Starke, Floi Ida 32091. 13-354022 dtd 12/7/84
described at follows: member of the public at By: Beulah Moody Dopu- The name and addresses .
A parcel of land containing the Office of the City ty Clerk of the personal
one acre, lying In Clerk In the City Hall, 7/25 8/1 2tchg representative and the I, Phillip D. Hayes, am no Wesley Methodist survived a was fourth. Rounding out the top Gainesville, Church of Christ; of
the NW 1/4 of NE 1/" of Stark., Florida. On the personal longer responsible for scare in its second game and raced eight were First Methodist of Lake City, and Smyrna Baptist of
Section 35, Township 6 data first above mentioned SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED representative's attorney any bills made by undefeated through the field to win Starke,_Williams Temple OT Starke. .
Board of
The School
South, Rang. 22 East, all interested are set forth anyone other than the Men's Church Sub-District Slow
Bradford County, parties may appear and receive Bradford bids County twill below myself 7/18 3tpd 8/1 Pitch Softball Tournament played in
Florida, and being more b. heard with respect; to from all on school All Interested personsare Starke last weekend.
particularly described at this proposed matter required to file with
follows: Commence at AN ORDINANCE cafeterias on August 9, this court, WITHIN THREE PUBLIC NOTICE Wesley compiled a 5-0 record and CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC HEARING
the Intersection of the AMENDING SECTIONS 1985 at 1:00: P.M. Interested MONTHS OF THE FIRST The Bradford County defeated another Gainesville team,

Northerly right of way ".9 AND 4-10 OF THE CI- Individualsmust PUBLICATION OF THIS School Board, Stark., Westside Baptist, in the championship -
line of a county graded TY OF STARKE'S CODE bid on and each schoolseparately bid NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Florida, will hold a Public game, 10-3.( on Suwannee River Water Management District's
road and the Westerly OF ORDINANCES TO IMPOUND may against the estate and Hearing on a Proposed Chapter 40B-4, Surfacewater Management and Worksof
boundary of the Easterly DOGS RUNNINGAT on one or all tchoolt. ((2)) any objection by an Board Reim' Wesley and Westside qualify for the District Rule
900 feet of told NW 1/4 LARGE OR WHO Copies of the bid form Interested person to No6Gx42.30, ALLOCATION the Church District tournament this :
of 1/ for of may be picked up at the OF RSONNEL weekend\ Palatka
NE a point HAVE BITTEN HUMAN whom this notice was along with
beginning, and run BEINGS REQUIRING Bradford County School mailed that AND FUND*, on July 29, seven other teams. Action begins
; challengesthe JULY 25, 1985, 7:00 P.M. DIXIE COUNTY COURTROOM
Board office, 582 NorthTemple
thence In a Northerly QUARANTINE OF DOGS Ave., Stark., Ft. validity of the will, 1985 at 7 P.M., In theScho'ol Friday night, July 26. CROSS CITY, FL
direction along said WITH LICENSED the qualifications of the Board Room of JULY 30, 1985, 7:00 P.M., FANNIN SPRINGS CITY
32091, or call Dolores
Westerly boundary a VETERINARIAN; ASSESS- Food Service personal representative, the Bradford County The tournament winners only had HALL, FANNIN SPRINGS, FL
distance of 208.71 feet to Morgan School's Administrative one close a 12-9
ING OWNERS COSTS; venue, or jurisdiction of game victory over
15 10:00 A.M.
1985. : ,
Coordinator at ((904))
thence In Offices, 582 North Temple Gainesville's .
{ a point: run an AND PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE the court. Parkview Baptist.
Easterly direction and EFFECTIVEDATE. 964-6800 and a copy will ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC Avenue, Starke, Wesley dumped Westside into the WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS
be tent to LIVE OAK FL
parallel to aforesaid you.Int.r..t.d TIONS NOT SO FILED Florida. losers bracket with an 8-3 victory.
Northerly right of way BY: TERENCE M. BROWN persons WILL Be: FOREVER BAR- Copies of this proposed The winners had a 10-0 lead entering
{ line, a distance of 208.71feet TERENCE WU BROWN, mutt Bradford have bids at School the I RED. rule change may be the final inning in the title game. For further information contact: Carolyn N. Mobley,
to a point: run P.A. Board Administration County Publication of this Notice obtained at the First Methodist of Gainesville SRWMD 904/362-1001.
thence In a South.rly -142 W.-Coil Street ::has b.gulQn July Superintendents otflc. finished third'' in the
Building not later that ... ..; betwe.nr''! tournament,
direction and parallel +e" Starke; 'Florida'.. 7/95 18.191J V 'V A.M. f
while '
Memorial #
1983 Advent
; of
1:00 P.M.August
aforesaid Westerly ttchg : Personal Representative and 4 P.M. Monday : Lake'City

boundary a distance of Send bids, Coordinator to: Dolor., : Sandra Brewster through Friday. --:rP... .. ... -- :::...-.:::::-;:::., """ t I I
208.71 feet to aforesaid IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Morgan i 3004 N,E. 11th Drive This Is In compliancewith ...- -
of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bradford County School the Florida Statutes
Northerly right way Gainesville, Fl. 32609 ,
line: run thence in a IN AND FOR BRAD- Food Service, 582 North, Attorney for Personal Chapter 120.54 at MAKE THAT
Westerly direction along FORD COUNTY, Temple Avenue, Starke, Representative: Larry E. enacted by the 1974
said Northerly right of FLORIDA. Florida 32091 7/25 2tchg I Ciesla P.O. Drawer O, Florida legislature.Jim .
way line a distance of CASE NO: 85-3-CA 8/1 Gainesville, Fl. 32602 Duncan, Superintendent
208.71 feet to the pointof WARREN A. CAWLEY, |904)) 376-5226 t
beginning. EXCEPT Plaintiff, vt. HAROLD E, The Bradford County 7/18 2tchg 7/25 Bradford County Schools SPECIAL DA Y. i
School Board
that portion described In SISK, Defendant 2tchg 7/18 7/25
quit-claim deed recordedIn NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT Florida, will hold a Public Copies of this proposed o .
Admendment be
O.R. Book 61, page TO CHAPTER 45 Hearing on a propa..daddition may
of NOTICE IS GIVEN that to Board Rule obtained at theSuperintendent's
216, public records
Bradford County, Florida pursuant to a Final Judgment No. 6Gx45.22 ((4)) entitled Offices _
Education, between 8 A.M. REMEMBER
Special onAugutt
at public tale, to the dated Jule 15, ; THE
i highest and best bidder 1985 In Case Number 5, 1985 at 7 P.M. and 4 P.M., Monday OFFICE
65-3-CA If the Circuit In the School Board through Friday. t '
for cash, at the front entrance
t of the Bradford Court of the Eighth Room of the Bradford This Is In compliancewith SHOP .. ..
Schools' Administrative the Florida Statutes, ,Co"V -
County Courthouse I In, Judicial Circuit In and for County MOW
Stark., Florida at 11.OC: .i Bradford County, Offices, 582 Chapter 120.54 as 9645764ftlolkv Let assist with
.Flo. us you your. .. .
I A.M. on the 15 day ol f I Florida, In which WARREN North Temple Avenue, enacted by the 1974Florida r
August, 1985. A CAWLEY It the Starke, Florida. This Legislature.Jim .
GILBERT S.BROWN Clerh Plaintiff and HAROLD E. Admendment will be entitled Duncan, Superintendent -
Circuit Court SISK, It the Defendant, I "Special Programs Bradford County InvitationsNapkins
By: Beulah Moody Deputy will sell to the highest and Procedures for Exceptional Schools 2tchg 7/25 8/1 I

Clerk 7/25 2tchg 8/1 and best bidder- for cash- Students".._ II I 'B !stt


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North Florida Council. Davis Wilderness Area, Is used for short-term survival which will be of great interest to scooters studying In-
Baden-Powell Boy Scout Reservation, located within The camp itself, divided into two portions, consists of camping and wilderness training for scouts. dian lore this year. The collection is being reviewed by
the lake region area of North Florida is in full swing 800 acres of undeveloped land bordering on Levy's Activity areas, all located within the Camp Shands staff at the University of Florida.All .
for the summer expecting its best year yet by serving Prairie which is located south of Melrose on SR-21 in area, where boys learn different skills in order to earn activity areas are within easy walking distance
1,600 Boy Scouts and cameprs over a nine week period Putnam County Camp Shands, the functional long their various merit badges, consists of rifle and ar- from each other, but at the same time lush trees and
this season, its largest crowd since camp began in 1967. term camping area, is situated on the north side and chery ranges a craft area a conservation and ecologyarea underbrush provide each area with its own privacy and
It is here in this isolated, uninhabited wildlife refuge overlooking an 80 acre clear, sand-bottomed lake and a waterfront and aquatic area. seclusion.
that boys ages eight to 18, are given the opportunity to which is dedicated to the sole use of scouts and their
learq and develop character, citizenship and physical leaders attending the camp. Shooting Sports Area Ecological and ConservationA

fitness, all the attributes of a good Boy Scout and future This lake, known to old timers in the area as Gin Baden-Powell is proud to have one of the only two natural teaching pavilion blends in perfectly with
leader of America.It House Lake and a favorite fishing hole for whopping trap ranges located in scout camps within the United the surroundings for such subjects as ecology and con
is here a boy is given the chance to enjoy the beauty bass then as it still is, was shown on early topo maps as States. This particular trap range consists of five sta- servation.
' r of nature with its abundant wildlife. And experiencea Lake Lowell. But at the time of the camp's dedication tions. According to Gus Lindstrum, firearm safety Aquariums filled with large mouth bass, brim and
closeness to God and the fellowship and comradeshipwith in the mid-1960's, the lake was renamed Lake Osborne director and caretaker at Baden Powell year-round, cooter turtles from the lake serve as tools for teachingin
his own peers.BadenPowell after Prime Osborne, then President of the North the camp is hoping to construct a skeet range with addition to several species of snakes, both poisonousand
named after the founder of Boy Florida Council and a promoter of the property pur eight stations within the near furture. nonpoisonous.This .
Scouting, Sir Robert Baden-Powell of Great Britain, offers chase by Boy Scouts of America in 1964. The archery range at Baden-Powell, also impressivein year a hawk has joined the wildlife specimens at
all of this and more to Boy Scouts throughout the The undeveloped part of the reservation called the
its design has been used as a plan for other campsin this activity station and has created quite an interest

I : ,_._...--- .. .. ... I both standard and field archery courses.It among many of the scouters who are particularly fond
;;' is here that scouts take the Hunter Education of wildlife.
Course and earn their Firearm Safety Badges, safety Andy Hirko a third year staff member of the camp
, being a most important aspect of the camp's training. and director of Ecology and Conservation for the past
Before a boy is handed a shot gun on the trap range, two years, pointed out an attractive teaching displayon
he is taught to hold, aim and follow through with a BB trees and forests provided by St. Regis Corporation,
gun. "When he can hit a tin can five times in a row, Another feature of this activity area, new this year,
then he can move up to the shot gun" said Camp Direc- is the Interpretive Nature Trail.
I tor Otto Szanto. "It's a learning process." "There are two of these throughout the camp," said
r The shot guns, at a cost of around $800 a piece, are Hirko. "One is a short trail (Lake Osborn Trail) with 10
: gas operated Remington 12-gauge in order to eliminate stations which runs from the Meninak Lodge down by
some of the high powered kick. the lake then up to the dining hall."
Boys are provided a book describing each station and
t Scout Craft Area by following this trail are guided through a lush forest
1 Surrounding what is called the central lodge, a where they will encounter hardwoods such as the
building donated by the Mininak Club of Jacksonville, pignut hickory, black cherry, live oak shrubs ..nd
is the craft area. This large building contains craft small ground plants such as sparkleberry and poison

rooms on the rear, a trading post, and a large meetingroom ivy.The
i decorated by Luke Sadler's big game trophies longer nature trail, called the Levy Prairie
which lend a rustic atmosphere. Trail has 20 stations and is approximately one-mile
, Within this scouting craft area there are numerous winding through a variety of plant communities. This
,. stations of activities by which scouts learn various area is abundant with wildlife and if quiet one might
i crafts and skills in order to earn merit badges. Here come upon a white tailed dear grazing or fox squirrel
I,iI scouts are Instructed in First Aide, cooking, campingand scampering in its natural environment.
,. how to set up a camp-site, pioneering, which in- These trails were developed in a joint effort of the
cludes knot tieing sessions, wilderness and survival, Boy Scouts of America, the Division of Forestry of the
and orientering (map and compass reading). Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices, and St. Regis Corportion.
Handicraft Area In addition to all this, the University of Florida offersa
'- Another part of the craft area Is dedicated to earning program to scouts, utilizing the the new Katherine
Ecology study... handicraft merit badges. Here boys learn dexterity Ordway Preserve which is located near the reserva
Director of the Conservation and Ecology activity In David Tannenbaum Lake City and Robert Clower of through weaving and basketry, leatherwork,wood car- tion. Scouts work with professors from the University
) Camp Shands Andy llirko of Lake City, points out the Jacksonville.One ving, metal work and Indian lore. studying the habits of wildlife and learning how .-
i different species of fish In aqauriums to scouters. An area resident Co!. Harold Ashley, donated an ex- animals react in their own natural environment
r popular event that not one scout Is going to miss Is
tensive collection of authentic arrow heads to the camp
One of the things Scouts learn In the handicraft area Is chow time. Below scouts gather outside dining hall for Into the Wilderness....
t weaving. Shown here weaving the seat of a stool are the noon time meal.


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I Gus Undstram points out various India beads in an Undstrum Is Baden-Powell's full Scouts enjoy three
extensive collection donated to the camp by local resident addition to serving as firearms square meals a
easily seats some 300 people at
Col. Harold Ashley. mer camp.

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A. large dining hall, also within campers usually come from group homes,"
camping and activity areas, is And the program is entirely different
people. Three nutritious meals Boy Scout program."
each day. Each troop is to the regular staff,which is pulled from
boys take turns for table set-up stations to give maximum coverage in
each meal. the different groups are accompanied
Meals are prepared in a very two adults from the homes.
with both gas and electricity been a most successful program," said
in mind "always be is one group who's appreciation is more
outage, meals can be seen the tears running down their faces
During the hot summer months, time to get on the bus and leave."
fans maintains a cool fee at Baden-Powell is $60 per week, which
and is a welcome respite and tentage.

is self-supporting," said Szanto, but
Down from the dining hall is that many of the buildings and facilities
the peaceful waters the camp have been donated by individuals
is used for vesper services. II
Here in the quiet evening solitude, that Baden-Powell reservation is a
the abundant beauty so for boys of all ages and one that many
Creator. to each summer.Numerous scouts return
The camp is self-contained with year, eventually becoming leaders and in
which consists of a 35,000 This is living proof that Baden-Powell's
118 ft.above the ground, teaching by doing, combined with the great
system and licensed proves to be a most successful method of
by the State. into tomorrow's leaders.

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BCT Staff Writer cluded a pew gray and red color
After a major overhaul and a scheme, new floor plans, and ad-
remodeling effort, the TG and Y jacencies with merchandise
store in Starke unveiled its "new taylored to their needs.
look" with a big "Re-opening" 'The changes make this family '
ceremony Thursday July 18. center more shoppable for our
A large crowd of shoppers flocked customers," commented Store ,, ; _
Into the remodeled department store manager Robert Ward. "We have a
to take advantage of sales and to see new 'drive aisle" layout which
what the decorators had ac guides customers through every
complished. department. We're also displaying a tri1fl ) _
Starke Chamber of Commerce larger assortment of merchandise, I
President Mike Cooney was on hand with some displays running from f/1/1t4W1//
for the ribbon cutting held at the floor to ceiling. .
front door and said he was pleased to Ward began his employment with
be able to take part in another the organization in June 1974 when
example of a "face-lift'' in Starke he moved to Bradford County.
which should help the chamber to attract This store is one of 150 stores nationwide -
new businesses here. scheduled for remodelingin
1985 at a cost of approximately$2
"This store has long played an active per foot. The local store is part of a
part in the community and I'm chain of 743 stores located in a ;, ,
glad to be on hand to see the new In- 26-state area with a primary concen-
terior design,"Cooney said. "This is tration in the Sunbelt area. It is a
another example of the modernization subsidiary of Household Merchan- ,
we want to encourage here. It'sa dising, Inc. in Chigaco and employsover :..i iJriJ % z
positive step." 28,000 people, including over 40 i'' ?
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Gene GriffisGene Arnold Larsen children end two great grand of Baldwin, and Wayne Cain of
children. Sanderson; two sisters Mrs.
Griffis 44. of Lake Butler Arnold Larsen 73. who lived in Funeral services were held Fri Beatrice Higginbotham of Baldwinand
died July 12 of heart attack. Forest Hill Estates rural Lake day.. July 19, at the graveside In Mrs. Vinnie Napoli of Jacksonville -
Born in Lawtey. Mr. Griffis livedin Geneva, died at his home Tuesday Eliam Cemetery Melrose with ; three brothers;George A.Cain
Lake Butler most of his life. He July 10. He was born in Chicago Ill, Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin oflciatlx g. of Savannah. L.E. and Andrew J. HALL'S BIKE SHOP
was a member of the Lake Butler Oct.9, 11111.and moved here 25 years Jones Funeral Home. Cypress Cain, both of Keystone Heights, and
Church of Christ and was self- ago from Hollywood FI. Mr. Larsen Avenue and Highway 100. Keystone three grandchildren. Sales Service Repair
employed in the welding business. was a former salesman for a mobile Heights was in charge of ar- Funeral services were held on r
Suvivors include his wife, Mary home,sales. He was of the EpiscopalfaitIL rangements. Monday. July 22, in the DeWitt C. We Carry A Full Line Of Jamis BicyclesAlso
Winningham Griffis of Lake Butler; Jones Chapel, with Brother Paul
a daughter Elizabeth Waters of He is survived by his wife, Edith George T.Contl. 68 haney conducting the services. Custom Order Van Shoes .
Lake Butler two sons Tony and Hopkins Larsen, a daughter Jackie! George T. Conti, 68. a resident of Burial was in ML Sinai Cemetery
Timmy Griffis, both of Lake Butler; Oehlke; a son, Bradley H. Larsen. Graham under the direction of If We Don't Have
three brothers. Tommy Griffis of both of Lake Geneva; a brother Roy Saturday Keystone,July Heights 20 at since his borne 1978.following died Jones Funeral Home, 514 East Nona 134 E. Can St. Starke What You Want,
Dunellon, Ernie Griffis of Lawtey Larsen; two sisters, Helen Beach Street Starke. ((904)) 964-7055
and Betty Larsen, all of Chicago; a long illness.Burial followed In We'll Order lULouAnn's
and Allen Bert of Hampton; two
Lee Memorial Park in Fort Myna
two and
grandchildren two
sisters Bonnie Padgett and Janie great his former borne.
Seay both of Lake Butler; and three grandchildren.
Mr. Conti was retired from the
Services held
were on Friday,July
grandchildren. U.S. Marine Corp. was the original Card of
Funeral services were held Monday 19. in the DeWitt C. Jones Chape
commodant of Lee detach-
July Is. in the Lake Butler Keystone Heights, with Rev. C. Ed- County Family of James Morris Ed-
ment; was a member of the Scottish
Church of Christ with Bro. Dan Jar- wards officiating. In lieu of flowers, wards would like to extend
Rite. Fort Myers; the Masonic our Farm
the donations Azalea & Blueberry
family requested to
rett officiating. Burial followed In Lodge in Laural, N.J. and the Fleet deepest gratitude for the beautiful
Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direc- Keystone Hospice of Heights.Clarence the .Lakes, Box 418, Reserve in LeHigh,Fl.He was of the cards and for the many kind acts of Take 100 South towards Keystone, take a righton
tion of Archer Funeral Home of
Methodist faith.Survivors sympathy expressed by thoughtful 24th Avenue, follow signs
Lake Butler include his wife, Chicks friends. These kindnesses have
P. Crawford of Keystone Heights and daughters meant much to us. -Our Nursery has GrownWe've -
Griffis Yvonne Corcoran and Jeannie Mrs. Morris Edwards Sr.
Clarence P. Crawford Sr., 84, '
Anglin of St. Louis. Mo. added a Gift Shop
who lived Santa Fe Lake
Gadbon Griffis, 86, of 409 South on Donations can be made to
Orange Street Starke, died Tuesday Melrose, died at his home Tuesday. Kesytone Heights Hospice. Loving Memories of Gary New Hours: 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
23, at the Bradford County July 16. A native of Memphis,Tenn.,
Hospital following an extended il he moved here 27 years ago from the Hampton Who Entered Into Tuesday thru Saturday
loess. He was born and raised in Washington.D.C.area where he wasa Robert Louis Cain Eternal Rest July 23, 1982.
Bradford County. The son of the late former executive with the International You are not forgotten Loved One .F 964-7109
Elisha and Ester Wilkeson Griffis, Harvester Comp. He was a Robert Louis Cain. 67, of Starke Nor will you ever be.
former pioneer resident of this coun member of the Faith Presbyterian died Saturday. July 20. in the V.A. As long as life and memory last a All Nature Sings of Jesus _
ty. He was retired from the Florida Church Melrose, a member of the Medical Center.Lake City following We will remember Thee
Road Department as a supervisor. Angerona Lodge No. 168 F.&A.M.of a long illness. Born in Maxville on
Mr. Griffis was a member of New Memphis, Tenn. and a member of July 15, 1918, Mr. Cain moved to We miss you now,our hearts are
River Methodist Church and of the Morocca Temple of Jackson- Starke from Baldwin in 1979. Mr. sore.
Church.He ville. Cain was a retired carpenter and a miss
Laura Baptist As time goes by we you more
Is survived by three sons, He is survived by his wife, U.S. Army veteran of World War U. Your loving smile your gentle face,
Winifred H. Crawford a daughter, He was baptist by faith.
William E. "Bill" Griffis John ; No one can fill your vacant place.
Leslie Griffis, both of Starke and Patricia Schmidt \\"heatonIU..; a He is survived by a daughter,Mrs. Your Loving Wife. NEW PAINT STORE
James G. Griffis of Warrenton, Va.; son Clarence P. Crawford Jr. of Candice Cadwell of Maxville; three Mrs.Catherine Hamptonand
a daughter, Ester Sapp of St. Clair Mayflower, Ark. ; seven grand sons, Lewis and Timothy Cain, both Children
Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Leona
English and Thelma Conway,both of

Starke; 13 grandchildren and 10 I would like to thank the Lake Butler Farm Center for buying my steer this year in the Bndford-Union

great Funeral grandchildren.services are scheduled to Fair.I would like to thank Mr. Greg Alvarez. Mr.Paul HutcMns and Brian Whitehead for their help. Moore

be conducted at 10:00 a.m.Thursday ADD-ONS PAINTSLONG
morning at Long Branch Baptist
Church with Rev. Johnny Var- Thomas Auto Parts
brought and Rev. Donald Willis of ii Ir Stan ft Bonnie Benckowsky
ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral t Brenda HaiteCatherine
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Home is in charge of arrangements. _. Wilson

Margaret Thornton ,. / holey& Mary Hersey
Davis Express PROTECTION
Miss Margaret Thornton, 38. resi- GoUUst .
dent of Gainesville died Monday A 1 1
night at Alachua General Hospital Robert Syf\1! Underhill
following an extended illness. :ltd Jacksonville livestock Market
Funeral services were incompleteat ;.c N.Fla. Farmers Livestock Market r.us Q
press time but will be announcedat I Lake Butler Farm Center
a later day by Archie Tanner } : 100!!
Funeral Home. Florida Pest Control! of sA
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Card of ThanksOur t ,M 7 4 Pep-0 Gas ft Food Store

heartfelt thanks to ail who extended Community Bank.
i comforting sympathy and i2i And a0 the individuals who supported with across the boards

help |la our'recent.sorrow.For' the* add on's at the Fair this yearTThank yes. ., ROSS PAINT CENTER. '" 1"1
beautiful offerlngn'aiuf'other kindnesses O "i>"1' vr"!o\*' ft \.' I I
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Trucker Charged DUI Black Bear'Killed Edward Aldridge of Starke was \ ,

After Fatal CrashThe By Truck on SR-100 arrested July 21 for retail theft and I'ojj.
battery, according to Patrolman I Iw
Florida Highway Patrol has A Florida black bear was struck Paul Rhoden. Aldridge was ap- .
charged an Altoona, FI. man' with and killed in the early morning fog prehended at Tina's Turntable. ,.Lawtey Correctional
manslaughter and DUI after a by a truck traveling on SR-100 near Bond was set at $600, he was released Plant
Saturday night traffic accident near Carraway July 19. after surety bonds were posted. Show SaturdayThe
Starke that killed four Raiford peo The bear was killed when an eastbound Lawtey Correctional Annual
ple. truck driven by Robert Joseph W. Highsmith of Jackson- !Plant Show is Saturday,July 27 from
Nine-year-old Aaron Johnson died Thomas of Keystone Heights struck ville was arrested July 21 for driving 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., according to In-
at 1:40: p.m. Sunday at Baptist the animal while it was standing on while license suspended, structor Hilton Coleman.
Hospital In Jacksonville. He was one its hind legs in the highway. After to Trooper Richter. He was release Each visitor will receive a plant as
of seven Raiford people in a 1979 being hit, the bear, which weighedan after a $210 surety bond was posted. a momento of the occasion following
Ford LTD when it was struck by a estimated 400 pounds, crawled a tour of the floriculture area at the
1980 Kenworth tractor driven by about 150 feet and died in a ditch. Ronald Lamar Crawford of Hamp LCI complex."Many .
Gary Lynn Taylor, 47, according to The impact resulted in extensive ton Lake was arrested on a capias hours of labor go into the
Trooper D. S. Peseta. Three family damage to the front of the truck own- for driving while intoxicated, accor- show each year and we are proud of
members died at the scene of the ed by Wilbur Waters Woodchipping ding to Deputy Eugene Lee. He was the results' said Coleman. 'The in-
8:35 p.m. accident. Katie Campbell of Starke.No released after a cash bond was mates and staff take pride in their
Crawford, 32, her sister Gretha charges were filed, according posted. work and we will be ready to greet
Campbell Cain, 34, and Cain's to Trooper M. A. Juliano. the public Saturday, July 27," said
daughter Melody Johnson, 8. Barbara Anders Harrington was Coleman.The I
Another passenger, Kerrie arrested July 21 for disorderly intox usual collection of ferns, cat-
Crawford, 9, remains in critical con- Ex-UCI Guard ication, according to Patrolman ci, coleus and caldiums are in profu
dition at Shands Hospital. The driverof Kenneth Hinds. She was released sion. Hanging baskets and wooden
the Ford, Dallas Lamar Will Be ChargedA after a $52.50 cash bond was posted. bridges,one vine covered,add to the
Crawford, 41, and his son Michael correctional natural setting, which continues to
officer at Union
Crawford, 14, were taken to Bradford Correctional Institution at Raiford Lynda Denise Garner of Tampawas expand each year. ._1
Hospital for minor injuries has resigned t in the wake of chargesthat arrested July 21 for driving The show is open to the public and itr. _____
where they were treated and releas- he under influence and no valid driver is free of charge. .
sexually assaulted in-
license, according to Patrolman W.
ed.Taylor mate, to I
was unhurt in the accident prison C. Reno. Bond was set at $375 and
and has been charged with four spokesperson David Skipper. $100, she was released on her own
Charges of sexual be
counts of battery will
manslaughter and DUI. He recognizance.
filed the Union County State At-
remains in the county jail under a
torney s Office, said Assistant State
$20,000 Yeager of Starke was arrested
Attorney Harris Tobin July
for violation of probation, ac-
23. Tobin said he interviewed the
cording to John
Deputy Tilley. Bond.
inmate and determined
was set at $500.
warranted in the case.
Charged Terrence Wesley Gibbs, 21, of William E. Hobson, 26, of Starke
With DUI in
AccidentJohn Macclenny was arrested July 7 night arrested
was July 19 on a capias
Mitchell Brown by a Union County sheriff's deputy from Clay County charging
33, was wor-
after the male inmate told in-
charged with prison thless check. Hobson turned himself '
driving under influence
vestigators he had been sexually into the BC Sheriff R&All ::
in a one car accident July 18 assaulted.The according to =
south of Lawtey on US-301, according Deputy Eunice. He was released "
alleged incident took in
to Sgt. David Goodner. after a surety bond was posted. ,
a storeroom the UCI hospital,said ,
Brown, driving a 1975 Plymouth,
Gunning, assistant superintendent -
was northbound when he failed to Jeff Ruise, 21 of Starke was ar-
at UCI. Gunning said DOC of- rested July 19 for violation of
negotiate a right turn onto CR-200B. ficials decided probation RidersOn
to Gibbs
The vehicle skidded 58 feet before accept (DWLS) on a Clay County
coming to rest in a ditch on the nor- sexual resignation July 8 rather that press capias, according to Deputy Eunice.He .
theast corner. battery charges. Gunningsaid was released after a surety bond Sale
the decision was based on the
was posted.
Damage to the vehicle
was $700.
possibility that Gibbs might not be
Bond was set at $325 for the DUI convicted of sexual battery and that Electric Start Models
charge. Brown was released on his he then could have been eligible to Tommy Lee Bryan of Starke was
own recognizance. return to work. arrested July 24 for trespass in 4
An investigator involved in the structure, according to Patrolman $89995
case said Gibbs denied an assault Hinds.
New OrleansVoman had taken place. The investigatorsaid From.
however,that Gibbs and the in-
Arrested TwiceIn mate, whose name was withheld, RIDING MOWERS
Four in Starke had been involved in 'homosexual 4.....
Days activitiy' for several months. 112 :;3;, 8 HP Briggs & Stratton Engine. 32
Marlene Ann Smith who gave a The alleged incident took place Price SaleIHairplaries! I w..ml' inch
fully floating 4-in. cutting deck.
New Orleans address was arrested Sunday evening Gunning said. 3
July 20 at the Econo Lodge for Gibbs was arrested 10 p.m. July 7 ) ;- Electric start 5 forward speeds.
disorderly intoxication, according to and charges were dropped July 8 at :.;;! >
Patrolman Kenneth Hinds. She was 10 a.m., according to Union County Comfortable seats fully adjustable.
released on her own recognizanceafter Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. 1 l:
bond was set at $52.50. Gunning said Gibbs' resignation
July 23 Smith was arrested on the was accepted Immediately and he sores
street again for causing a disturbanceand was terminated. T'- $118995
charged with disorder iy conduct,
to S Wayne Wilkinson.,.'
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Starke Man Chargeei'Vith Gets ProbationA Diane & PamHAIRCUTS _

\ BatteryMischiefA Starke man was sentenced Mon- : CE
66-year-old Starke man was day to five years probation and Womens Reg. '16 NOW '8
charged after he allegedly pushed ordered to pay a $5,000 fine for sell- Mens Reg. -12 Now >6 HARDWARE
another man through a plate glass ing cocaine in Bradford County.
window. Michael Allen Kitchens, 24, was PERMS Body Wave or Curlys r
Samuel Warren Slade was arrested arrested Dec. 28 and pleaded guilty Men & Women Reg. 40 NOW '20
July 21 and charged with aggravated to delivery of cocaine on May 31. Kit- '
battery and criminal chens was one of 23 people arrested Relaxers Reg. '40 Now 20 Model 59111Eny Model 69122

mischief, according to Sgt. Wayne during an investigaion of drug salesin *Care-Free Curls Reg. 'so NOW '25 .Empty Twin Bagger
Wilkinson. Police were called to the Bradford County by Florida Gnu Catcher
Econo Lodge where they found two Department of Law Enforcement. Sculptured Nails Reg. '60 NOW 30
men had received cuts after they Authorities said Kitchens sold a Otter Good For Limited Time Only
went through the window. small quantity of cocaine to another Mon.-Sat. Call Now or Slop By BRYAN'S ACE HARDWAREPalmetto
Bond was set at $1,500, Slade was defendant in the case. 9:30.6p.m.:

released on his o'vn recognizance. Sunday 964-4645. & Nightingale Sirs. U.S. 301 S.Starke.

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Recent ArrestsIn Keystone Heights

Prescott Now Charged Bradford CountyLocal 737 S. Walnut St. Starke 473-4006 964.4642

With 2 Counts BatteryVan authorities had a busy .---- --
weekend in Bradford when the
Harold Prescott was arrested following arrests were made.
July 21 and charged with aggravated QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
battery and possession of Jeanie Josephine Davis of
cannabis, according to Patrolman Gainesville was arrested July 22 for 2-
Wine Mixers
Kathy Best. Prescott was arrested retail theft at TG&Y, according to $ Beer
July 15 for beating up Lucy Lynn Patrolman Kathy Best. She was "

same Brightwell.victim This who arrest had a involves severe gashon the released on a $210 surety bond. ;j It's Wise to Shop at a Homeownedand

her head.Prescott's. Joe Franklin Testone, 45, of Homeoperated Price Wise store.
ROR bond was revoked Gainesville was arrested July 21 for
and bond was set at $5,500. He was trespass, according to Deputy Sam-
released after a surety bond was my Eunice. He was released on a Check Our Many In-Store Specials
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L i $44 through the U.S. Government?Get utility trailer, $650: 16' dozer trailer, -'". .. .- .-...
BOOKKEEPERAIR $1,70C; 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn
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FOR SALE KIP, Posting. Permanent Part Time Ext. 609. 6/27 4tpd 8/8.
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Fee BUICK SKYHAWK: 1978 Price $1500.00.
ft. ramps, $100. Olin's Mobile Home /7rWl1e,9ar
I Fast Food Business CALL 964-7777 1978 Ford LTD $1900.00. Call 964-4756 Center Rd. 100 W. Stark. 9645606.

i Pizza and Subs after 5:30: 5/30 tfn HAY: Alicia or Argentina Round and ,
Small Investment 1971 GMC VAN:1/2 ton $2500 964-7423
I Square Bales 964-8942 9A4.wia"
I P.O. Box 52 1980 FORD VAN: 1/2 ton $3000 Call REALTY
Starke GOVERNMENT JOBS: $15,000 964-7423 Teal Tile A Carpet 6/6 tfn : 1 pair blue, like new$75 .
50,000/yr. possible. All occupations FORD CAR FOR PARTS: 429 engine C6 a pair leather maroon $50. 431-1607 I ..
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FULL TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE: '13 CUTLASS CIERRA: take over Warranty. Lighted no arrow $227. 205 N. Starke
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR: Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and payments. Excel Cond. Call Gary Non-lighted $163. See locally. We'll IERWILLIGAR Temple

Ladles apparel children, Larg. die, Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayette/ 964.8569 6/13 tfn beat anyone's prices! (HSC) factory: 1
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cloche, Chic, lee, l.vl.) Easy Street POOLE TRUCK LINE, INC.: is hiring long transmission for $150 w/warronty COLOR TV: $99 and up. N.xt to Stark. .1 94Q 000 for $190 QQ.O.. Sensational home on Fla.'s
I Izod Esplrit Tomboy Calvin Klein haul truck drivers with good records. (most cars) also do standards and Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212. most Kingsley'Lake. 3 BR 2 B. Completely remodel. j

I Sergio Valente, Evan Picon., LI* Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241 foreign. Call 2727607. 7/11 tfn ADD A ROOM: 14'X22' 3,000/installed ed multilevel wood deck living quarters on dock second)

I Claiborn., Members Only Organically Detroit Blvd., Pensacola. Florida. EOE 1980 Dodge Aspen Price n.g. 964-5276. 3,500 dealer 904.964.5606 6/27 tfnchg home on property for guests or rental. Owner will consider !

Grown Gasoline, Healthtex Ov.rJ MOBILE HOME "SALESPERSON" 81 DATSUN: 310GX loaded w/extras. REGISTERED BLACK ANGUS BULL 3 yrs. financing. j
J 1000 others. $13,300 to $24,900 Inventory old. Michael 484 Acres Santa Fe River One mile !
Reddish riverfront mile
j WANTED: Apply In person at Olins 964-7071 days. 964-5516, evenings. 964-8414 7/18 o.-! one
Fixtures, Grand Opening
Training Etc. Can 15 days Mr Home Center Hwy 100 W. No phone 77 BUICK V-6 one owner asking $56O. 1974 VENTURA POP-UP CAMPER: Sleeps highwayFrontage beautiful rolling land a steal at $920. per ]
I open calls pleate. 7/18 tfn 964.72937/187/252tpd 6. A/C carpet stove, Ice-box. $900. acre
Loughlin BANKERS(6128886555.) 7/181'pd hand In ATTENTION: Toy and Gift Company hiring 1981 OLDS TORONADO: Fully equipped Call 964.8897. 7/187/25 2tchg e For You- _The Avid Sportsman 330 acres Joining Camp Blan-

RETIRED Double: Keep retirement your income. demonstrators to work now till 8500. Call 964.8076 7/18 tfnchg LIVER POINTER: Bird dog with papers, ding Management Area Buy all or part Excellent Invest.

I banking.. Work your schedule. BANK December. No collecting, no delivering 77 GMC 1 TON 14 FLATBED:140 Gal has some training Call for details, ment.
I NETWORK your INC.; 673 Pine Street and no Investment Call Debra Norman Tanks Runs Great $4,00000 496-3138 964-8793 7/25 Itchg Investors I ..4QBAcr.tiniouh@rodfordsaun .. Partially sub.divided" -

Macon. Ga. 31201 7/18 I icon today. 964.8849 7/25 Itchg after 6. 7/25 Itpd. TOPPER SHORT WHEEL BASE: Fleetslde highway frontage close to school 1000. per acre. I

7.77 THE ONE PRICE SHOE STORE I I. INDUSTROUS INDIV.: With 5 years exp. GOOD BACK TO SCHOOL CAR: 73 with pats thru window. $175. can see 'Brick Pypl coming to Starke. Not a franchise. No In construction of Lg. frame structuresA Mustang. 1500 OBO 473-2063 7/25 8/1 at Western Auto. 964.6841 7/25 Itpd have positive cash flow & good assumable mortgages Owner!

up front fees. Total Investment less pouring concrete to Include form con 1972 FORD RANGER:'AC PS, Excel), run BEDROOM, SUIT: 5 piece girls Basset. will take second mortgages for good client 2 story home on I

I than $ .950. This Is a business opportunity struct. Additional exp. or ability to do ning cond. $1200. Contact 964-6053 8 Call 964 4204 7/25 8/1 2tpd Call and. Church St. reduced to 37500.
general blgd maintenance. Is AM 12 Noon 7/25 tin POP UP CAMPER: Olins Trailer Park. Rd
I you've been looking for. Call Mr. w HOMES FOR SALEConnerly
Goodwin. 904-737-4633 7/186/1 3tchg necessary Must have own tools for 1980 TOYOTA COROLLA STATION 16 W, toward prison 7/25 Itpd Estates Cedar & brick 2295 ft. $79.000.1
construct. Starting salary to $17,000 WAGON: Deluxe 5 speed air cond. FOR SALE: Like new large sofa and approx. sq.
INTERNATIONAL STEEL BUILDING One Block(oft 301 N. 4. BR 2 B one acre fireplace $78,000.1
annual. Apply at Pride P.O. Box 308 $3500.00 Call 904.65587/25 Itpd chair brown vinyl. $600. for set, For .
MANUFACTURER Awarding dealerslpIn tHeIgh-.tl.2fLRcLl6)( ) Beautiful 4 BR 2 B 2650
available areas soon. Great profit, Raiford Fla. by contacting ShirleyJohns 1980 HONDA PRELUDE: Air sun roof 468 1421. 7/25 1 Itchg sqTll7$74,900.: : approx. I ISputhggl
at 431-1510 Must apply by July automatic. Take up payment Call LOG HOMES: Over 40 rustic models to
potential in an expanding Industry.Call 3 BR 2 B roof !
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Wedgcor ((303)) 759-3200 ext. 2403 26. 7/25 Itchg 964.5358 or 473.2T30 7/25 Itpd choose from. Send for FREE new percent assum. mortgage'
HELP WANTED: 301 Quick Stop taking 1982 FORD COURIER XLTi 5 speed, AC BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES. $53,900.
EUREKA LOG HOMES, INC. Fullfills theAmerican .
: application 2 '/ miles S. 301 7/25 AM'FM stereo 30 MPG. $3500 after Route 1, Box S4CF Moss, Tenn. 38575. '214 Wjo\ll1QII.1.off( Bessent)..- Very nice Brick $61,000
Dream Your own businessand .:.9WW. Pratt LoveTybrick 3 2 B lots
OFFICE 6:00: 431-1174 71251tid 6152583648. Itfcn BR on two 55800.
home for HELP WANTED:Applications now p.m. ,
a beautiful Eureka log .
1980 DODGE ASPEN: 6, good running FOR SALE: 1 5hr engine start like new 32lKiAn.rilliHouse beautiful 2417 sq. ft. $55,000 j
Call being taken from 9 a m. to 1 Typing
1 p.m.
1970000. FREE ((800))
643-8344.only 7/25 Ifcn filing and telephone skills re- cond., auto trans.., power steering $175. 1 8hr manual start rebuilt $170. 2 .:3l$:NS Jttur.eJLapprox.> 1705 sq. ft. CH&A Owner finance
brakes, good body,"$1500 964-7387 hlghwheel from., 368 N. Cherry
FOR SALE: Septic Tank Installation quired. Apply In person No phone $49,900.Brooker.
Business 964.44887/251tod calls Bradford Furniture Co., Inc. Hwy after 5. 7/258/1 2tchg 964-53277/25 Itchg 1480 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 B $45,000.
301 North, Stark., Fl. 7/25 Itchg 1975 OLDS TORNADO: PS PB, PW, LIVESTOCK FOR SALE: mare and fool: Rd. 16 W- Brick BR 1 1/2 B $45,000.:

?/ PERSONAL SERVICES CARPENTER: Call 964.5606. Ask for AM/FM AC runs good, 8 track $700 gentle mare, good showing prospect. !RaifprdLAr_ 2 BR 1 B One acre 1500 sq. ft. 44000.

I't Mark. 7/11 tfn neg. 964-8824 or 782'3893 Itpd_ Sound and clean 4 yrs. old. Foal Is 5907Cypx ssJ5t. Energy Efficient 6 years old 43000.
large boned and will be large horse. 23QA.Attractive white brick
AMBITIOUS MOTHERS: Extra money'Own completely renovated
FOR SALE for the total of |
t. Selling together price 38000.
W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE hours. Free gifts and trips. Toy _

& PERSONNEL SERVICES party line. "739397/11 7/253tpd $1,100. 468-2543. 7/25 Itpd and Saratoga HejgbllLarge family room 3 BR 2 B $35,000
Complete/ Secretarial Services HELP WANTED: Need responsible individual CAMPER 1978;: 35' fifth wheel AmericanTraveler household: items.motor Can be gun seen Sat. at !MarR.....R la.- Neat 3 BR 1 B "cut stone" home $33,900.

to make telephone with 20'ft.: awr,Ing, fully self- 1222 Bradford St. 7/25 Itpd 832 WjjCyprjMC- BR 2 B Owner must sell 32000.
Typing-Resume, letters, Reports, Proposals surveys/appointments from your 5332411. Call I 10l9 E. Call 2 lot
contained price neg. 25 CU FT CHEST-TYPE FREEZER: Good Fireplace, porches extra Rd. 230 28000.
Term Papers, Legal Pleadings A home. No selling! $5.10/hr possible after 6 p.m.5/16 tfh condition. 964.76987125 Itchg QtDOJN:: Single wide family room added on 3/4 acre
Briefs plus bonuses. Call .73.1)907/25 2tpd ROLLS OP HAY Fresh cut Alecia. Arthur FOR SALE: Polaroid Land camera $40 I $21,500.

.Business or Individual HAIRDRESSER WANTED: part-time Gaskins, 782.3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn N.w zig-zag embroidery sewing HOMES WITH ACREAGE

)" 1 Letter 100 please. Call Glenda at 964-4151 7STCA'll 'BRADFORD. '' LIMEROCK' machine$200, Telephone recorder$50 I .Handsome Brick & Cedar on 37 1/2 acres 4 BR 21 1/2 B BarnEouythe.JltL.'Beautiful
\\.I. '
.- -Direct Dictation to our OtflceWclale MOTEL AND RESTAURANT) Applications SALES'Limerock 9 ft smoker $40" punch bowl set $15 STT4-, 4O0'0T;: $It
bgingAtaken, ) -tor..e ook., 1 Fill Dirt v"! tires Neor'' Ham fo&1Sehobl r. J 12 a9sgeIb4A'AJi (
it ladles, bike (new basket S ) $50 b9IPdvborkshop
( \ < Si9Gr ,
I rlowiquuuip mennt'WIpick '""'!"'; iehwesh.r.T1"N'/arr.rfw4ldYM.n, ,.,& r. )+aOYd.41.In1' laodwnly.. 40cP.S: t x'e HyffcfrfcrtbYs Bra>,rh toll." d"J6S; Ex-, .." a .OOO'> .I\ Hurl .,
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an Up I r
Phone 712-3 1 72- 23tfchgSTORE S
and / :
housekeeper yard r re
w/some greenhouse
erclse Bench weights $70, 3 pc : brick Home !barn; five
and deliver flnlined sale
product. maintenance. Apply In person only. No BOUGHT:. furniture for at Solid brass bathroom set $15. desk acres $70,000..Brooker .
Lfrter Dictating A Word Processing" nhone Coils Eaual ODD. Employer Doublewlde Heme Center located calculator $10. 964.8995 7/25 Itpd ( .
Brick block
& old
( "We'll correct your mistakes ours" HAIRDRESSER WANTED: Call for Apt. North on 301 Lowtey; Fla. (this is not I$55.000-: only years over 2 acres
964-4090 Calvin & Jolene 7/25 Itcho trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg
f Smal Business' Bookkeeping FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for MOBILE HOMES a But|.rT rrgc..._- 'In city 4 BR 2 B 1.96 acres 48400.

A Consuttaton WANTED sale at Olin Home Center located on FOR SALE |'SW 35th St. 3 BR 2 B Brick Approx 1580 sq. ft. $57,500.

Assistance, with Insurance billing Highway 100 West This is not trailer * *
Small Busineti, Letterhead- ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: furniture. 6/13 tfnchg EVENINGS
MOBILE HOMES Free credit check
: by
We'l type and give you one to give you a M you need I temporary employee or a full- SIMCO RIDING SADDLE: Excell.) Condit. phone. Easy qualifying for mobile I BILL DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319
used few times, asking $200. Call( I IRVING ClARKJR964.7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2J21
professional letter. time home. Call and ask for Mr. Orr1.351.2126.71888..tchg
employee, call us. We have people
964.6305 ask for Moniez. 6/20 tfn
9 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454
218 S. Walnut St. Starke who have been thoroughly tested. ready to HOUSE PLANS Custom drown phone
((904)) 964-7262 go to work. Macclenny 1.259.3538.7111 4tchg '
Stark. Coma see Ray Gouln formerlyof
f For Detailed Information' About Services. We will come to your office, or visit our ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN Lake Chevy-Olds for the bargains.We .
Beautiful office and let show the LAKE CITY GLEASON'S CORNER MALL
t us you services buy and move used homes.
CLIFF'S DIESEL REPAIRS 24 hr. rood. Fresh water Marine fish birds, puppies JUDICIAL SECRETARY
f ser we can render by finding the right 964-4414 or 96..778.26 tin
vice. Sp.c. In Cummins, Mac, temporary or full.time employee for you. If kittens and p.t supplies. Ten per USED MOBILE HOMES: Starting at 2500.
cent off with this ad. 7/11 4tchg
Detroit4737143. 6/27 tfn. Call and ask for Mr. Orr 13512161.
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: All your secretary Is ov.rlaad..I.1.. us do some 400 FT. CHAIN LINK FENCE: $350.00 with 7/18 8/8 4tchg NEEDED

makes cleaned oiled and adjusted, of your typing or bookkeeping In our office to poles and gate 964.8995 7/18 Itnc FOR SALE: Several 2 br Mobile Homes In

$15. Used sewing machines for sale. avoid extra payroll expenses, and benefits. FOR SALE: Sewing machine and twin good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each Immediate Opening. Requires Exceptional
James Strickland Rd. W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE stroller plus two. lamps. 964-4621 7/18
corner Morgan Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Pork
and Hwy.. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn & PERSONNEL SERVICES 2tchg 725HORSES 96.2366.25 tfnchg. Skills. Legal Experience Preferred. State posi-

CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free : 2 ys. old black/brown mare, WOW I It New 3 BR, 2 Ba, Mobile homes, tion.
211 S. Walnut
I St
quarter and walker mixed. Gentle and
estimates. Fence Co.
Handy-Man Masonlte, siding shingle roof and
I Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559.3/29 964.7777 beautiful.'$650.*'yr;4Ild, gelded pony;:' fireplace."'For $225/mo. Call and ask

I Un- very gentle with ."''Ir.Js?. good dlsposlf/. for Mr. Orr 1.351.2126 7/,188/8\ 4tchg
WANT TO DRINK W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE A Lion $250.9964.9136.7/18 2tchq 7/25 Apply to Box 340 Starke FL 32091
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I WANT TO STOP NO before July 29, 1985

I Alcoholics Anonymous96441SO96461949645434 Applicants needed for Temporary Help and 'J 1.

Permanent Employment. All Lines of Work. J PACKAGE MONEYDOWN

pd thru 1/16 No Fee to Register. > *

GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, t
218 S.Walnut Starke :
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY New doublewide'wwood : *' Quality Tree Service
964-7777 K- *
9646078. Orders also taken In Lake

Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights WANTED: Hairstyling or Barbers Chair : siding, *! $ If you qualify, move in + "Quality Work Reasonable Prices"i

t' j BABYSITTING 473.4973.2/26 IN tfn MY HOME Infants and BULLDOZER Call Hairplanes WORK%4.4645 6/6 tfn j shingle roof, : 1: thIs new 14' wide, 2 : Fully Licensed and Insured
: Call 964.5606
t toddlers up to 5 years of age receive 782.3333 Ask for Mark. 7/11 tfn or fireplace, garden tub,'Jj k *BR with no money"down Serving Bradford County. for 14 Years
i excellent 77. Call dlx.
care. Weekdays ;
furnishings and
1. : 73.7864.04 tfn REAL ESTATE and $168.04 per "The One To Call Befdre They Fall1

LAWN MOWING: Lg/Small lawns. Ball ; ;more. Delivered sd 3 month Furnished, J

fields playgrounds.4/25 Phone, 485-1861 OUT OF AREA set-up on your lot with rt= vaulted ceilings, wood 473-2914 964-5647
anytime tfnchg
I t "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK" Rebuild CUSTOM BUILT Three bedroom 1 1/2 :welL, pole pumPtIII siding, etc. Call Mr. *

i transmission for $150 w/Warranty bath, two lots on Ochlocknee Bay. City septIc tank packages=, Ford at 473-7237. It
I: I (most cars) also do standards and Water split level central H/A
f foreign. Call 272.7607 7/11 tfn fireplace, deck dock, boatramp. ((904)) $1,000 down andpayments =: ********************

!,. PLUMBING COMMERCIAL SERVICE: All types.RESIDENTIAL Repairs A In.*, 9845516. 'Call of $278.96 =: MOTORCYCLE Sack (Eaurttrog! & Accociatcc.l )nc.

mo. Mr .
stallation. per
t 24 HR. srvlce, licensed. Call Fords .
b'1 '. Ow.n Alvarez. 964.5219 7/25 nc FLORILAND :to qualify. 473-7237. j: Brake Pads Realtor/Butlder473.706b. +
t LAND CLEARING Bulldoser work. BobMaurer. Parts '
I-'II,! 239-7410. 7/2 IllS 4tpd *tit*****************,. a '
HARVEYS CONSTRUCTION: Roofs/*, REALTY Labor 14.50SPECIAL Per Set j >Large variety of Lots & Acreage in the hill region of Bradford t

f siding home repairs, specializing In 964.7700 Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots., No septic tank mounds paveed '
399-3 BR, I ba (block) corner lot.
I j remodeling. Pre-estlmates 964-8167 393 N. Temple Ave. fenced. In town.? Central heat! ((2)) : roads Our community water systems Owner financing

James Harvey Builder 7/18 8/8 4tchg Vernie P. Odom Broker-GRI wall unit air cond. Nice shade tree. Oil Change I .from $3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and
HODGIS INGRAVINGiTrophles.nameplates .
Joy Thornton Associate
door plates. Made to $39.900. "| j ,Starke. .
order. Fast Servlc. Call 473-367T7/1B' #402-.1 BR. 1 BA In /Raiford. Neat W/Filter .
clean needs finish work In kitchert Filter & Labor
r*******************' WORTH CONSIDERING, 4 BR 3 BA. Nice lot. $12,500.f395..2 Beautiful Golf Course Lots
1 Fireplace dbl. carport LG. adjoining) area BR, 1 BA home In WhisperingPines. $800

I ,: ." NO' 1 with owner. BSD grill-super for entertaining. Some Workshop, garden fruit trees OH Extra Priced from $1O,95O
and berries. $30.500.
: DOWNPAYMENT |.1 hems, same land. Eva In one. Rent one.
1398-20 Ac 4 BR, 2 BA home Large
I Swear
( .
oaks. Pasture, mobile home hookup, Full Face
j\\ ( home, .toss 2 yrs. old, all amenities
I you expect choose number ef acres to 63000. -- MotorcycleHelmets
Iwtth home. '403--(2)( ) On. Acre water access lots Carpet
(Big Tree Lakes). $11,500 each'. (Any Scotchgard
I>S2 Acres wInks home, paved Rd., 2 $1495
New 14' wide, 3 BR, ItMsS. Owner terms Hall Is
l38S--Brlck 3 BR.. 2 BA with Cleaning
furnished 13* Acres poolhorse & ) Available
wood siding, laved Rd., 2 sides. From ,
.11 1111 Acres Graham ..... barn w/tack room, wash
'" vaulted ceilings, |114 Acres Union Co. Owner. WIN hold down hayloft barn. 15 ac. Many extras .29" Florida Carpet Cleaning .& Dye Co.

. f ; garden tub :and more. |Mlg. It M. II. to see. Terms $139,000.FOR SERVICES
, tois silt Acre (Men Co. Owner wll !hold
:, No down payment : .2 BR Mobile Horn A 2 BR horn. Ir" I STARKECYCLES
IMtg. It M. 18 "*": N. Aoe specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wad to wall carpet, furniture cleaning -
) Take S3S Temple
qualified buyer. (0' Acres -476 ft en 301 S of Starke .
We offer bids
Sta..... Ft 3201 and Inside auto detailing. on commercial contracts Quality
J'Let from Wake nil Mkt ISO
of across a
: : over payments 47.' work at low.low prices. Call now to make an appointment.

, ;, ;:. *$214.77 per month. |Smal trailer A lot. Owner. financing 'STROUT Senior Citizen Discount No Mi leoge Charge, Free Advice'
Call Mr, Ford. at ? {Large Ilk BWo. 3 stores under roof. 1 : U.S. 301 South Call 964-4997 CallCheck ----

1473-7237 (SmaH Hdg, good area, Ideal. for most any "
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MOBILE HOMES, LAND FOR SALE ,.. .' .. .. .. ,. .. .. ... .... .. _. .. .,. -" .
IS USED MOBILE HOMES Mok. offer on Keystone Heights: ] .. : .,: :.. :. .. .. :,.. : :, ,n ... .. ... '." '. .. -.' .- .. .. p :

.on. or all. Olin's Mobil. Horn Soles ONI ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Rood no .:. FOR SALE i

904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg down payment $75 per mo. Coll PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT HOUSES FOR SALE ,
RENT TO OWN Ai low a. 149/mo. 964-5606. 10/4 tfn SHALLOW AND DEEP WEll PUMPS PVC

Mr.Delivered and set up. Call and ask for LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 percent down, CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BY OWNER "/2, CB fireplace, walk to pipes and fittings. Water softeners.

Orr 13512126. 7/188/8 4lchg balance In five years, financing by kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry REALTY schools; close to churches, city water. Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.,
REPOI REPOIs 3 BR, 2 BA, mobil. horn owners, 9646853. 12/13 tfn. Reasonable Call 473-4018 after Rental Property Available 85900. 473-4802 4tchg 7/18-8/8 "'3.006 5/24 tfnchg .
at low at $199/month. Some arc ACRI LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement 5:30 1/5 1 BR, 2 IA- Lake Santa F*. Unfurnished KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BY OWNER MUST SACRIFICI Hammond 5000 series

ossumable. Coll and oik for Mr. Orr 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call CARPET p.m.AND VINYL tfnchg and in. No pets $400 per month Assume 8'/% mortgage on 3BR, 2BA .argon with double keyboard base
1.351.2126.7I188/84tchg 9645606. 1/03 tfn stallations. Free estimates Repairs Ten :2 BR,:2 BA Gator bore lake Completely custom brick luxury home. Corner lot. pedals and rhythm section $795. Call
PRE OWNEDI 3 BR I'/ BA 12 IC 65 N.w ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY experience. Call 473-4217 and ask years for furnished $400 per month and $400 best residential area. Sunken tub mir 473-2210 weekday or 473-4648
Carpet. Good Cond. $699 down $129 ROAD $3,000 no down payment, $70 Craig. 5/17 tfnchg security deposit rored walls plus much more Close to weekends for appointment to see tfn
month. Clayton Homes, 3965 Phlllipi per mo. Call 9645606.103 tin HANDYMAN All kinds of home OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center lakes, schools and shopping $77,900. NEW FLASHING ARROW SIGNS $237
Hwy Jo*, Flo. 733.0821 7/25 Itehg 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROADi repairs $200 per month and $200 "'3-2450.7/17 tfnchg
(C.227)) mobllehom repairs and fix-up needs. security complete or $25 monthly (save $254 1).
CLOSE OUT SPECIALS N.w 14 x 70, 2 BR, $3,500. no down payment, $70 per mo. No lob too small. Minor deposit LOG HOMES Ov.r 40 rustic models to Lighted no arrow $227. Nonllghted
plumbing '
2 BA, Mosonlte & shingle roof was CoIl9 .5606. 1/03 tfn repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul- 1 BR, FURNISHED efficiency cottages choose from Send for FREE $163. See locally./ Warranty. Not
$20.995-Now $15,995-Now 14 x 70 3 LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 By week or month. BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES repossessed) We'll not be undersold!
BR, 2 BA DLX thru-out, on. only was 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tin 5/17 tlnchg.CARMICHAEL'S. or evening. LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR 1BA, unfurnish Route One. Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee Factory: 1 ((800)) 423-0163. anytime
$19,995 now $15.995-N.w 14 x 70 3 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and .d. $275 per month. 38575. ((615)) 2583648. 20 n. FREEZER. Chest
BR, 2 BA, Lg living room, laundry room, dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile references.PAINTNG Call 473-7517- Interior,3/14 exterior KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY 193 24xS SKYLINE MH top siding, .73.27..9. IIpd 7/25 type. $125, Call

was $18.995 Now' 14995. Clayton home, cabin or camping. $4950 .a.wISO tfnchg Licensed Real Estate Broker 473-49 shingle roof, many extras. On 3/4 acre FREEZER 23 cu. ft. chest

Horn., 3965 Phillip Hwy Jo*, Fla. dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting MAKE NEW cushions, dining choirs, barstools ALL BRAND NEW 2BR furnished mobile In Keystone Heights area. 24.000 or Ward, excellent condition Montgomery, asking

733.0821 7/25 ItehgHOMES and fishing. Owner (904)8/29) 236-4579 or camper beds. No lob too small. home.Respectable couple or bachelor .best,,,,.,,..offer...... 473-3160 or 473-2082. $250. Call 378.0911 Gainesville. Leave
629.9649.6/1312tchg Addison Upholstery 4732452. 4tchg $200 a month and deposit. 16846634. number Itchg 7/25
FOR SALE LAND FOR SALE Six lots, 1.2/3 acre per 7/4-7/25 4tchg 7/18.8/8 HELP WANTED 'ONE YORKSHIRI SOW $100; S feeder

lot, 3,500 and 4.000 per lot. Off of For CARPET CLEANING July special Free 2BR PARTLY FURNISHED house on Lake pigs, $20 each, 473-7461 Itchg 7/25

3 BR, I'/i BATH HOMES Saratoga Hit., sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. scotchguard. Truck mounted deep Geneva Available immediately 1st, JOIN THE WINNING TEAM Watson I l 197" SHASTA 21 ft. trailer. Self-

corner lot. Enclosed gorag, CH/Alr. Call 964.5606 6/6 tfnchg steam extraction. CAB Carpet CleanIng last and security deposit 1-264-5194. Realty It now expanding Its Keystone contained A/C. tub and shower,
Phon 964-8652. 3/21 tfn WOODLAND ACRES 1/2 acre lot locatedat Keystone Heights 4737770. 4tpd 2teh0 7/18-7/25 Heights' office and offering above sleeps 6, tandem wheels new tires
3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat. Woodland Acr.s, Stark Has well, 7/4-7/25 PERFECT WINTER RETREAT Home on for sales good condition, complete hitch. $3,500.
average opportunities peopleIn
Enclosed garage, low maintenance, septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling RICK'S LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all Lake Geneva, lakefront, 3BR completely the Keystone and Melrose area. An 4751208. "chg 7/25_
celling font nice neighborhood do.. price 500 down 75.00/month. Call types of yard work. Reasonable rotes furnished, washer, dryer, extensive sales training and
to Southslde Elem. 964.5606 6/13 tfhchg freezer, dishes, and furnished program MISCELLANEOUSPAC
$39,900, % .5952 or 473.4512.3tchg 7/11-7/25 pots pans full time two of
management are
LARGE LOT Shaded by large oaks In Hill In the kitchen. No children lust
9646915. 4/18 Itfn. CHILD CARE In my home. Weekdays. or pets our benefits. Be WINNER and
ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3/BR Crest area. Across street from Serena Ages 3 and up. Call 473-7529 2tchg 473-7564 or 496.2620 lake Butler 4tchg call many Dean Weaver for a a personal and RAT Buy, Sell and trad. Used furniture

1VWBA, Fireplace, carport, screened Lake. Asking $400000 473-2091 7/18 7/25-8/1 "R, IIA MOBILE HOME Furnished confidential interview Keystone appliances, household Items,

porch 3/4 mil. well of Highway 301. MISCELLANEOUSVETERANS PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt, Single' party or couple cnly. lakefront 473-4816 Melrose 4752272. WATSON collectibles glassware, old jewerly
$95,000.468.1576 after 6:00,519: tfn mildew peeling paint from homes acreage Private drive, quiet secluded REALTY CORP. REALTORS. 4tchg tools, etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26
601 S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR, CB driveways, mobile homes Call Rick area W. do lawn maintenance. No 7/4-7/25 BIG PART-TIME INCOME Major steel
home. 14681323. 11/08lfn OF FOREIGN WARS Anyone 473-2452. 4tcha 7/25-6/15 pets. $175 a month and $100 deposit HOSPITAL ATTENDANT Keystone building company Is seeking a part-
HOME FOR SALE 3-BR 2-BA, C/HA Interested or willing to form a VFW Call Jax collect 725-8945. 2tpd 7/25-8/1 Heights Animal Hosptlol. Part-time, time dealer In your area to sell our pr.

fireplace, ceiling font, Ig screen porch, post In this area, send name; phone CARS, TRUCKS LAKE HOME On Swan lake. Lprge lot. excellent lob for student. Transportation engineered steel buildings and related
hot tub on 1 acre $60,000 and/or opp. 5 number, to Drawer A. Stark 7/lfl & BOATS 3BR 2BA, large trees, deck, white necessary Reply by letter only. Call products. Refundable deposit required
acres $16,500 all on Gelger Rd. near FREE TO GOOD HOME Mixed breed sand beach. $425 a month. 475-1475 or Dr. L. E. Porrlsh Rt. 2 Box 105, Bob Crandall at 1-800-228-4154 for
Southside Elem.964.58767/11 8/1 4tpd middle size, spade female, cute and 376-3656. 2tcha 7/25.8/1 Keystone Heights. FL 32656. 7/18 details 4tchg 7.725INTERNATIONAL
HOME FOR SALE Has to b. seen to b. good with children. Call for details 73 MONTE CARLO needs work, $300;; 2 tfnchg STEEL BUILDING -
appreciated. Call for apt. 9646201. 964-8793. 7/231tchg 75016.5 tires mounted on 8 lug Chevy LAND FOR SALE POOLE TRUCK LINE INC. is hiring long available Manufacturer awarding dealership In
Mrs. Don Patoy. 7/11 4tchg HAY FREE to anyone that will cut and wheels, $100; 350 powergllde haul truck drivers with good records. areas soon. Great profit
FOR SALE BY OWNERS Cedar Home, 3 haul away. 964-7427 7/25 Itpd transmission $50. 473-3512 ask for LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake $13,900. Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241 Call potential In an expanding industry
BR, 2 BA, with fireplace. Quiet FREE PUPPIES German shepard and col John Jr. Itpd 7/25 Owner will finance. $164 per month. Detroit Blvd., Pensacola FL EOE Wedgcor((303)) 759.3200, ext. 2403.
neighborhood n.or schools. 964-8268 Ii. 782.3866 after 6 p.m. 7/25 Itchg 1975 PLYMOUTH SCAMP A/C 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 ItFCAN RETIRED BANKERS Keep your hand In

3 BR, 2 BA I Country living. Contact FREE PUPPIES: Sheppard mixed. To good automatic, power steering 6 cylinder, LOT FOR SALI Keystone Heights, ready GENERAL LAWN MAINTENANCE PERSON banking. Double your retirement In
9646055. 8 AM 12 noon. 7/25 tfn homes only. Coll 964-4467 or 9645808. good condition, $975; STUMP NOCKERII to move on. Power, well, septic and Full time position. Call 473-2560 come. Work your own schedule BANK
MOBILE HOMEi 1981 Immaculate fleetwood 14 6", 2 swivel seats 18 h.p. fence 6499. 392.0985 or 473-3024. between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Itchg 7/25 NETWORK INC., 673 Pine Street
Wlngate 14 x 70, living rom YARD SALE Evlnrude. Foot controlled Mercury Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13 PEST CONTROL TECHNICIAN Applications Macon GA 31201 ItFCAN
w/flreplace, dining room, kitchen- Trolling motor Gator galvanized tilt WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA! 5 being taken for Sales and Ser EUREKA LOG HOMES. INC. fullfills the

rang., frostfree refrlg., washer/dryer YARD SALE Thursday and Friday til 4, trailer $1,650. 473-3992 Itpd 7/25 acre parcels on scenic county maintained vice. Prefer local resident. Male or American Dream. Your own business
hookup, 2 Ig. BR-on. on each end end of Hammond Road off North 301, road. Melrose area. From $16,000. female Call Orange Park 2691447. and a beautiful EUREKA log home for
master BR-walk-ln closet, masterbath- see signs. 7/25 Itchg Union County 7 Need financing? Call today. Prtstlger only $19.700. Call FREE 1 ((800))

garden tub show.r stall, utility shed GIGANTIC 50 FAMILY YARD SALEt Sponsored Properties, Inc. 373-1700: after hours _WANTED_ 6438344. 1tFCAN
large window unit front deck-cypress. by Maldson St. Baptist Preschool 475.2647,7125 ttnctig MOBILE HOMES
Sat. July 27, 8 a.m. .2 p.m. Come find: YARD SALE WANTED Damaged or burned troll....
FOR RENT Back to school bargains Electronic YARD SALE Call Scott at 473.4073 or 12596156.

equip., Home furnishings, Clothing (all Friday and SoturdoylOO N.W. 6th 4tpd 711.81WANTED 14x40 BRAND NEW 2BR 1'/ 8A, on '/.

MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK sizes), Pictures, Sports equip.. Avenue. Almost new dresses, slacks, 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Tools and misc. Someone to pick up old acre wooded area. CH/A, W/D connections -
Mobil. Homes and Household Items, Great values for blouses, sizes Off 100 on C-214 near PostmastersVillage. newspapers for recycling. Please con Many extras. Immediate oc-
for 36-36 dishes etc. Itchg.
Recreational vehicles spaces w.lcom. Phon.r.nt. your dollar! 7/251tchg Sat. 9 a.m. Rain or shine. Itod tact the Lake Region Monitor at ny. Low down payment and month
964-7498. 9/16 tfn YARD SALE Fri. and Sat. 301 South near INSURANCEMAINES 4732210. tfn. payments. Owner financed.

RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREETi Will the Drive-in theatre. 9:00: until? Furniture FOR RENT 473-3671 evening and weekends. 7/18

clothes, etc. 7/25 Itpd .........
design and remodel to suit your needs. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. - - - - -
I Call 9646305. ask for John. 3/07 tfn YARD SALE Single bed, baby cradle, lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
MOBILE HOMES FOR playtex bottles clothes and lots of Complete Insurance Offt
RENT On. mile RENT Union CountyTlmes. 150
other stuff. Come _. N. 301 behind
I from Starke city limits Clean. No Main Street lake Butler. Phone TUTiiON
Longchamp Builders, Deerwood Subd. FOR SALE I
children or 496.2261 for
pets Hwy. 16, W. Call. Follow Information tfn
signs. 9:00: till 530.: Fri Sat
.68.132310/7 tfn Sun. / Itpd Completely furnished home On lake In

CLEAN MOBILE HOMESi for rent On MOVING SALE Sat. & Zenith Color Console TVIn beautiful Keystone. 3 bedrooms, washer, dryer,
Hwy. 16 W Close to prison. Coll Sun., 8-5 Walnut Cabinet Was freezer No animals. $425 month.
Funrlture, quilting material $729.95. Now only per ; 3 7:30
964.7530 or 468-1323 10/07 tfn Mary Hutchlns, Redgrave pieces St. So..i..-- $338,60, or take over payments of Call 496-2620 In Lake Butler or 473-7564 August : p.m.
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly $26.35 per month. For free home trial. in Keystone. 7/11 4tchg 8/1
rotes. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple Call collect 755.0945 for Mr. White. 9 Mobil. Home LotiFenced. Good Shade,
adult small VFW
School baby and large & Post Lake Butler
Ave. 7/28 tfn A.M. to 5 P.M. 7/18 4tpd 8/8 50' x 100'. Powell's call 4963377.718
clothes floor model.
S misc., stereo Go ,
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Coon Dog PupplesUKC "P.R." Treeing 3tt d B/l
301 N. to Market Street follow
BA apt. For more Information call Lake signs. Walkers. 10 old.
7/25 weeks Not shy Six for "Bring Your Chair"
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor $60 each. Call 4963226. Itpd. 7/25
tit OlinsTrall.r
YARD SALE Sat & Sun 9:00: 4:00.
tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg Bird
Dog PupplesEngllsh Pointers 10
Park off of. Morgan Rd.
TRAILER FOR RENT Near Graham BR.. stuff a otHe r'h.S'17/25: Itpd *Baby" .. .,weeks old. No paper. Good lock. fix. OoIMAN-"WILL"AND ASEPTIC TANK 1.
Completely furnished Including air GARAGE SALE Chest type freezer $150. for $30 each. Call 4963226. Itpd 7/25 1 'Package deal; 2" or'." well,' water
$60/week. 485.13717/25 Itehg Bass TrackerlS'. 40 H.P. Mercury Electric pumps, new Installation of septic
hanging baskets, shrubs high chair.
3 BR BLOCK HOUSES Furnished A/C & Frl and Sot. 9:00 til 200.: On 100 South start, trolling motor depth finder tanks, drain fields and lift station. ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. l
heat, $350/month. Located Edward. other extras. call
on South end of Griffis Loop 7/25 many 4963009. Mobil home poles available. All work
Loop. 964-5606 7/1 1 tfn Itchg 7/25 guaranteed. Coll Tommy Dorman RealtorFormerly
HOUSE FOR RENT Nice clean, 3 BR, 1 New SlngerCommercial type sewing 2752151. tfn9/1
BA, carpet, stove, refrigerator$325.00 LOST/FOUND machine. $400. call 4962338. Itchg. NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and FAULKNER REALTY
month plus deposit No 1'.'". 964.7047 7/25 pruning. Also firewood, oak and pine 221 W. Lafayette Street

FOR RENT Furnished small, 3 room LOST Red, mare horse, mane clipped Beauty Solon' 10' x 30' Mobil. home One for sale Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. Mon-Frl.5:30..m.-6:00p.m. /
apart, part of utilities furnished. Prlv. back hoof old & split. If found call JailHouse new wet and dry station. 3 dryers On. tfn Saturday 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.
entrance, No children or pets please. in Stark. 6/27 tfn hydraulic chair. Will sale separately 1222HOMES
$2,500. Need to sell. call FOR SALE 964.5065
964.59707/25 tfn Days
LOST Lost dog small gray poodle, lost
FOR RENTi 4 BR, newly decorated home. In the Bessent Rd. area, July 5th, 496-2338 after 6 P.M. call 496-2741.
No pets. $275 p.r mo. 964.5161 Reword 964.4534, 964.7347, 964-8183 Early American Sofaln good condition. Government Homes from $1 (U repair). RENTALS AVAILABLE '
Also, coffee table. After 6 P.M. call
964-8513 near state prison. Itehg 7/25 7/11 tfn Also delinquent tax property. Call

FOR RENT 5 rooms, 1 BA. $300 per LOST Religious Medallion. Lost at Samp 4963070. Itpd 725REAL 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for Infor .OWNER FINANCING-Eosy to own 2.57 high and dry acres between Raiford
month, plus $150 deposit No pets or son Lake Trussel Boat Ramp. Great ESTATE motion 7/4 Btpd 823MISCELLANEOUS .
and Storke under $10.000.HOMESTEADand
children. Avail. August 1st. 533.2789
sentimental value Contact Judy
Income tool 1440 fr., workshop plus extra acres for
FURNISHED 1 BR APART Large living 485.1322, Mary 964-6127. Reward. 7/25 OUT OF AREA
room bath kitchenette, lights and residential sale Mid 60's.
water furn. No pets, or chlldr.n.$150.IImo. .BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE SPECIAL BR 2 BA and cathedral ceiling stonefireplace
plus deposit 9645033 7/25 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY Free Merchandise Have a House of Lloyd accent great room energy efficiency highlighted throughout. A
If I don't have it. I'll find It. Just
HOUSE FOR RENT 2-BR 1-BA, with ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. toy party receive $40 or more In toys special place to live In.
carpet 964-7357 Temple Motel 880 N 496-2126 or 496-2903, "YOUR and gifts. call Martha 496-2286. For a HANDYMAN-Just for you I 2 BR CB Stucco-needs some work. Great Income
Temple Av 6/20 tfnchg potential In this one.
more Information. 7/18 2tchg. 8/1
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month L'Vacuum .-. .. _.. 1.6 acres in town 755' RD Frontage zoned R-2A, Only $23.000.
and up. Call Susan F, Reddish Broker. -- *2 BR Central H4A.Completely refmlshed. Only $25.900

Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 6/27 p:- & .BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE, 1268 sq ft. home with 100' on lake. Won't last at

US-441 between Sylvia & Cherolkke, Sewing Service .LOVELY 2565 sq ft. home with many extras-3Vi' acres, you have to see this

N.C. (Heart of the Smokl.s) Near: MERRILL JONES to appreciate. You could duplicate this for the price
PROPERTY with 400 trees 2 fish ponds, well and septic. 27
fishing, hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway, Repair Most Makes & Models .BEAUTIFUL pecan
mining. New 2-br Cablns-Furn Sunset acres ONLY $55.000.
Farm Rd. Cabins Rt. 1 Box 216-C Whittier FREE ESTIMATESAI Land Clearing .2 BR I BA on Lake St. Only 27000.
NC 28789 1-704-497-2200 7/4 822APT. Work Guarantied NICE large building lot opprox. 1'/. acres 230 East past the hospital'

496-3454 & Fill Dirt .REMODELED 2 BR 1 BA frame on pretty shaded lot. ONLY 25000.
FOR RENTi 2 BR. $175. located next
WESTMORELAND ST.3 BR I BA CB hardwood floors. CH&A need TLC
to Stark. Elem. School 964-5876 7/25 Marc Lad
Licensed > I 31900.
.6ti RENT) 4 BR, 2 BA, Lg front porch, of. 964-6477 .HAMPTON AREA-Just off Hwy 325 MH with built on wood heater, swimming

lice In back, laundry & wash room. Appointment pool porch fenced, workshop, this Is Ideal for retired couple or young
only 964-6365 7/18 7/25 Shop & Compare I 11 couple's first home. A lot for a little only 25000.

2tchg j INCOME.. .. PRODUCING. PROPERTIES.. Washington St. 4 rentals Center St. 4
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FOR RENT 3 BR Small house. 240 N.E. Special Insurance for rental units. Call today.DEERWOODOne .

1st. Lake Butler 496.21267/25ltchg Mobile Home Parks of the nicer homes Starke. Good assumable mortgage.

FOR RENT 1 Ig and 2 sm housekeeping All types of homeowners eve Broadway .CUTE little 2 BR 1 BA CB on city lot only $24.200.
rooms. Come to the Underwood Motel policies for MOBILE HOME .EUCLID ST. Reduced. Imagine 3 BR 1 BA CHSA has chain link fence and
I 3 miles N on 301. 7/25 Itchg_, mobile homes. TREE SERVICEIs FOR SALE remodeled 1984. Priced to sell.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Call for Quote Now $250 down $139/mo. .LOVELY large brick home on 1 acre has F.P. and green house. Call today to

Olin's Mobile Call David Collect see this nice property
RENTLEASEFOR I BROADWAY & WALTERS 1422-7777 .REDUCED 4 BR 1 BA on large lot with fenced yard. C. heat.

Solos Removal '* LAKE BUTLER-Where else can you buy 4000 sq ft with all extra s for$78.000.
Homo EXCLUSIVE KINGSLEY LAKE HOME on a lovely shady wooded lot and It's

Call tory ft building Thompson 7500 St.sq, needs ft on corner remodel of Elaine M. Olin Agent Stump Removal HELP WANTED: very.WHY own RENTI pathway! You to can the own lake.a home In Starke for just 25300.

ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 356-6849. 964-5606 Firewood SHELTERED WORKSHOP .COUNTRY LIVING only miles from Storke 47V4 acres farm private and cd-
timber with brick home.
3/30 tfn joined by company property
--- Free Estimate SUPERVISOR: BEAUTIFUL PASTURE LAND. Brooker 4 acres with cool wooded ravine,

173-4732 473.7679 | Providing training, instruction! leading to a refreshing stream $11,900.,
Roberts Real Estate for .STARTER HOME Just $32,500 Brooker..
After 5 P.M. and supervision disabled]! NEW home on Hillcrest lake for sal*. Excellent workmanship with. solidcedar

986 N. Tempi Ave. Starke Fl developmentally wood siding. Call now.
964.6262 Keystone Heights adults In a production '* BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED 3 BR 2 BA MH near Klngsley Lake. Only$28.000.

Licensed & Insured oriented sheltered workshop LAKE BUTLER-Lovely 3 BR 2 BA horn with 2 acr...

client supervision .CROSBY LAKE INLET-Cut 2 BR 1 BA ham with lots of extras, 35000.
.IN TOWN 4 bedrooms. 2 baths Block Home on large city I setting. : record. .49 acre farm.Lots of paved road frontage.

lot. Has central heat & air; single carport, swimming pool. sla..I wssr..rs's..w training work '* COOL AND PRIVATE-Approx acre lot with beautiful trees on Crosby
Plumbing Supplies keeping, client payroll Lake Restricted area. $18.000. Call today.
$57,800.00 and delivery. farm land 50
production .GREAT acres
U.S. 301 with
COMMERCIAL Prime business location on college and/or IDEAL for ham. or Mobile home. One or three acres. Country setting.Term'cuara'n'teed
From some
and 10 3300 foot
589 plus feet on the highway acres.. square with developmentally
Call for details. experience to Pleasel I Beautiful 3 BR 2 BA home with fireplace, cathedral

.building. FARM House with central heat & air, 15 acres in Durrance disabled or prior ] ceilings, DW. In a beautiful country setting nested among 2 acres of beautiful
workshop'experience.. Salary oak tr_.. Call today.
barns'af'd outbuildings. All In good
pecan grove, various Pump \,. 8.500 to '10,000 plus quarterly
condition this one today. bonus 4 Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR

e6 PLUS ACRES ON US 301 Excellent corner lot with many Supply Co.' _.. weeks performance paid vacation and, excellent Sales Manager REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene Evenings 964-4048

BROWNLEE possibilities.. 2790000.ROAD Newly' remodeled, home with 4 US.301 N.-H N. Temple 70611 fringes. L. Faulkner 964-5142 Elise Johns 533-2816
f 964- Send resume to: Suzanne Kitchens 964-7630 Bob Matthews 964-7281
bedrooms 2 baths. Fireplace, central air. A good buy at Slerke. florid. I Robert latimer.ExICUUVI Lou Young. 964-7525.

$42,500.00. COMplETE APPRAISAL, SERVICE Director Carol Warner 964-4992 Property ManagerLee
W* Drill Wells Sunshine Industrie.; Bradford. ARC Hardenbrook Appraisals
Jr. Broker
W Roberts,
George "
2"to State Licensed P.O. Box 509
Terry A. Ga1nell CSM Salesman .
Stark* FL 32091 "" '

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Bradford Gets New Assistant State I'or' Wa asabt ll"el.lIIflonl'l I

i I Q :Tit"/ Attorney ; ;t quallliad nl your, ;: : '.

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Vincent J. Patrucco, assistant Florida (undergraduate and law Patrucco replaces Terry Yawn (Include your phone number)
state attorney, became part of the school) Patrucco has been in who has been transferred to. UNITED KENNELS
f, Bradford County office staff July 1. Gainesville the past 14 years and is a
\ gal Patrucco, who will be working ex- true Gator Fan.Patrucco's Gainesville ,to head the misdemeanor p. D. Box 1155

'I, cusively with felony cases says he wife, Alisonwill division. Shreveport,.LA 71163-1155
likes Starke very much, especially graduate from the University of Phone: 1-..1"-74".1358
,,1 4L the tempo here. "I find the work Florida's Law School in December,
d more challenging of course In the her speciality is in the legal rights of '
: _ felony division and am enjoying the elderly. She has served as project SUMMER SALE
working with Tom Elwell, who I director for Alachua County's ,
think is one of the best active pro- Older American Council for the past
: : secuting trial attorneys In the four years. tJI-I4-'s: .
I II II II II tr r Eighth Judicial District," said The Patruccos live in Gainesvilleand eaJ 'C&K . .
Patrucco. Vince said he enjoys driving
Patrucco comes from the back and forth each day.His hobbies \ JJ: -
I Gainesville state attorney's office include saltwater fishing and golf. Professional $25
where he has been for three years He is an avid reader with a broad interest -' PERM
primarily in the misdemeanor divi from the classics to current
Including Hair Cut
M IJt sion.Prior events.
I to working with the state attorney "I am looking forward to being In "We Like To Keep You Looking Good"
Ii I- \ for time. I find the
I Patrucco worked in legal Starke some .
i services.A citizens are open,honest,lovely people .
I graduate of the University of ," said Patrucco. 118 S.Thompson SI. WALK-INS WELCOME 964-4151

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Restaurant as a ManagerHAMBURGERS"
Vince Patrucco OLD FASHIONED>
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We have several management positions Im- JLLAWTELY

mediately available. Applicants should have recent CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
Finley Guilty of StealingThe
food service or related experience or education.

Qualified applicants are guaranteed an interview.We PLANT SHOW

saga of Big Red the three- Assistant State Attorney Vince Offer
wheeler climixed in the courtroom in Patrucco presented Chris as the first 100
i to s18
Starke'when a guilty verdict was witness for the state. Chris told of Starting salaries 13,400 JULY

rendered Tuesday,.July 23, againstthe leaving his three-wheeler hidden Full Health, Dental and Life Insurance 9 A. 27.t98S6 P. M.
under palmetto branches near his
man who rode away on Big Red.
Standing trial for the theft was Har- school March 7 and when he returnedthe Profit sharing, stock ownership, pension )

rison Lee Finley, Jr., 22 who was vehicle was gone. Work Week G S. (SID) FORTNER
found guilty of grand theft by a Jury in Ted Curtis, owner of Lott's Country 5-Day SUPERINTENDENT
Bradford Circuit Court July 23. Corner in Hampton, contacted
Finley was arrested March 7 and authorities when Finley showed up HILTON c. COLEMAN
charged after he took a threewheelerfrom there later that day for gas and tried For an interview on Monday 7/29/85 completean INSTRUCTOR

Bradford Middle School area to sell the vehicle. in Starke 1631 Walnut
and attempted to sell it in Hampton.Chief Judge R.A. Green,Jr. will sentence application at Wendy's COMPLIMENTARY PLANT

John Hodges arrested Finley Finley Monday, July 29. Street, Starke FL 32091. EOE/MF
for no valid driver's license and no .
tag and Starke Patrolman Paul . .
Rhoden charged Finley with grand I
theft. ,
The three-wheeler belonged to the
Leonard Noegel family,-residents of
Saratoga Heights. The vehicle had
been driven to school by Chris,age 13.

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". ; Thursday July 22-25 PREREGISTRATION 8 00-3:30; : p.m.
1957 Thursday July 25 PREREGISTRATION 600-800 p.m. 11I
Thursday August 1 REGISTRATION 8 003.30 p.m. & 6.00-800 p m. i \-
3 Mile north of .,'" Daily August 5-23 REGISTRATION 800-330 p m. '
Stark on US 301 Tuesday August 13 EVENING REGISTRATION 6008.00 p m.
Monday August 26 REGISTRATION 800-330 p m. and 600-800. p.m.

Gockley & Sons, Inc. 6 00-8:00: p m. 1
Septic Service Monday 2 Labor Day Holiday
Friday" October 18 No Classes (College Open) n
> Septic Tanks Monday October 28November LAST DAY TO DROP & HAVE COURSES( ) n'
Pumped Wednesday 27 No Evening ClassesThanksgiving ""
I Health Dept. Thursday & Friday November 28-29 Holidays (College Closed)
LicensedRobert Monday :Thursday December 16-19 FINAL EXAM DAYS (Starke Schedule TBA)

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\ found A three Pete man, three woman Jury ed strongly of alcohol and gave him' Shadd,24,of Brooker was arrested' '. .
under the influence Sapp guilty of driving the 'field test' which Langston said April 5 by Trooper Langston and
Monday in Brad- .Sapp failed.
ford charged with possession of less than ---
County Court. x---raw
Sapp was then taken to the FHP 20 grams of cannabis and drug
Judge George H. Pierce ad- station where the breathalyzer was paraphernalia when the trooper
judicated Sapp guilty and fined him given. Sapp's blood alcohol content smelled marijuana after he stopped
$362, suspended his license for six was .15 and .16 percent on two con- Shadd for falling to drive in a single
months, ordered him to attend tests.
driving secutive The law declares a
while intoxicated school and person legally drunk at .10 percent, lane.Luther Moody charged with driv-
I work complete 50 hours of community a point presented to the jury by ing under influence pled guilty to a
under the supervision of the Assistant State Attorney David lesser charge of wilful-wanton
Salvation Army. Giant. reckless driving and was fined$362, .' TERWLLEGARi
Sapp of Gainesvllle! The all day trial concluded with license suspended six months, must
with DUI March' 28 was charged the jury verdict of guilty at 5:30: p.m. attend driving while intoxicated
by Trooper W.D.
school and complete 50 hours com-
Langston on CR-235 when he was' Two other scheduled for
cases munity work under the supervisionof
observed doing 50 mph in the curb non-jury trials July 22 received final the Salvation Army.
I. lane according to radar then the disposition before Judge Pierce. MOTORS : ,'
trooper said he had to go off the side Mitchell David Shadd charged Moody was arrested March 2 by :
:, of the roadway when Sapp's vehicle with possession of cannabis pled no Patrolman Paul Rhoden. According ,
came onto his side of the raod. contest and was ordered to pay $150 to the arrest record his blood alcohol '
I-angston stopped Sapp who smell- court costs. content was .22 percent.


Country Crafts

Available at i

, Jo Ann's Shop '\! t q eal? ... .., .. .. .

Clearance ;
"Personalized service is the cornerstone /
of my business," said Jo '
Ann Copeland, owner of Jo Ann's 4 V 1 u, SALE .t.f.t
Country Crafts on South 301 in ... ..
Starke.As r 'O'f .("
a speciality gift shop,Copelandsaid
she doesn t overlap with any
other shops in town, but rather
enhances them. She said she carries

other lines shops which in weren't town. available at 1985 Mark VII s'Onan'n%

At her spacious store in the new 'II
shopping complex across from Norman Original List MOS
s Market,you'll find Lang Folk 23,795
Art Calendars, reproductions of an- .
tique wooden benches, quilts and Gifts are it... Have Two In Stock
dolls. Gifts and collectibles are Surrounded by some of the treasures In her shop, Jo Ann Copeland Isopen r
Copelands staples.Emphasizing for business across US-301Jrolll Norman's_ Market. ...
that her business Sale
sells finished country craft items, r
Copeland said her's was a gift shop. We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store Call -
She stated that she does not sell craft on
supplies or take locally made itemson Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH 1 7 9 9 5
consignment. Much of her stockis
made-up of mountain items from from 9a.m. until 1:30 p.m. to better serve our ,
the Carolinas. customers.
If you want painted wooden ducks,
which look as if they will almost fly Gainesville Aid Center
off,she has them. To see in the dark,

her light ample a Williamsburg selection. candle Rugs from and 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville l $57 5Discount'JVANS )

afghans from the North Carolina :
mountains can match most any col- 3760095We _
or scheme. To announce who lives service all make and models of hearing aids.
where, a sand-blasted redwood signis
just the thing. Also have batteries available. Home testing by ap- 1986
Coming soon are collectible ointment onl .
animals made from crushed and
bonded pecan shell.
For the ones with plenty of
troubles, take a box of Guatemala
trouble-dolls home. For just $1.75,
you get six little dolls for all the problems Mark C. Knouse, M.D.A .
you have. All you do is put a Specialist in Internal Medicineand ON DISPLAY
doll back into the box for each trou- I
ble you have. More than six troublesin ,.' .. / You Have To See' Our
a day' You'll have to get another
Bruce Pollock, M.D.A .
box."Well, I'm an accountant by Family Practitioner Specializing In Pediatric and Adult Care "Small Van"
trade said Copeland. "We wantedto
invest part of our lives in Starke," Are Pleased To 4 Units Incoming
shop.when asked why they opened the AnnounceThe

Plans are for husband George Opening of Their New Offices Adjacent to.
Copeland's woodworking to be a ma-
jor part of the shop's sales. She Lake Butler Hospital
vocation.described it as his hobby and second Hand Surgery Center

George's full-time occupation is 850 E. Main St. Lake Butler FloridaFor

Secratary Florida,and Inc.Treasurer, an industrial of Wesleyof con- an Appointment with Either Physician. Call 496-2323
8.8 % 9. 9 %
struction Opened company in April 01 in'Jacksonville.this year, the 48 Mos. 60 Mos.

Co lands hope to move into a niche
which will support their shop.
This is the first in a series of HEARING TEST 2 Dr. or 4 Drs. $3,000 DiscountCrown Seven
stories about new local businesses in
the Starke and Bradford County FOR SENIOR CITIZENS & Wagons
area. With the rapid growth in recent -
times, a large number have Hearing tests and our regular Service ESCORTS

opened their doors in the area. Center will be held on the 4th Friday of each In Stock Victorias Discounts

month from 9:00: a.m. to 12:00 at 2 Dr. & 4 Dr. Package

KOCH'S DRUG STORE, 166 W. Call Street.

Anyone who has trouble understanding or. SAVE SS USED CARS & TRUCKS SS SAVE

MADAM JUNE has Nerve deafness should mark this date on

Psychic Reader their calendar and plan to attend. If married, 1985 MAZDA 626 1985 FORD .RANGER. XL- P

.Cards. .Film' Rtidlngi both husband and wife should be present if Topper V-6, 10,000
Lucky Days* Numbers- Miles. 3,000' Mites
Put. Present Future possible. Call the Pharmacy to set up an appointment -
Located In Palatka to avoid waiting. '8695
((904)) 328.2228

Cart For Appointment 964-6757 i- SHERROD VAN 1984 BRONCO II XLT

.. Elderly School Teacher Auto. Air Speed Control
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Loaded,, Capt. Chairs.

OUTLAW REALTY Save!! 0 e L 11,995

U.S. 301 S. 964.4522 _
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Across from Norman's Market
t'1.L I + AVE. l
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'j To Serve This Area d _. -

1983 VOLVO 760 GLE 1981 380 SL MERCEDESTurbo

r Your Full Service Diesel, Silver/Black Both tops, Black/Black

Leather. Leather.

Real.I Estate .
Urernoutlaw David Dodge $1 .,495 33,500 I
Broker APPRAISALService Realtor Auoc.

Terwillegar Motors

Thinking of Buying or Selling? ..

Call Us, We Want Your Business. 964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD 473-3673

G'ville JAX Keystone,
Let Us Prove HI! Starke Madison State Road 21
209 W.

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