Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01351
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 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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Wortk noting. City Budget

For SFCC Classes...

Registration is under way in the : M
\ SFCC office at Bradford High ;
School, phone 964-5382, for the Fall Is Balanced
Term of classes in the new SFCC
Starke Center, the old 1902 cone ,
thouse in downtown Starke.
The Starke Center Office at BHS
is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.A .
special evening registration for t
Starke SFCC classes is set tonight :4
(Thursday, Aug. 1) from 6-8 p.m. Garbage UpStarke's
The SFCC Starke Center is
welcoming not only recent high
school graduates but also older Theressa Gets the Key to a New Fire Truck...
students who may wish to start or $6.9 million budget was make payments on a$60,000 garbage
continue a college education. LWCI Superintendent Sid Kortnrr turns the keys to sinner Wilbur Waters, Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse. balanced in a 4-hour session Tues- truck. Supt. Merrill Dees said one of
Classes are also open to nondegreeseeking this refurbished 1.000 gallon Class A pumper to County Commissioner E.L. (Nook) Norman Theressa day night,July 30, in which city com- the other garbage trucks can be used
students who wish to take Theressa Fire Chief Percy Sullivan. Fire Chief Percy Sullivan receiving keys. LWCI Supt. missioners made some tough deci- for trash collection. That freed up
one or more courses for their Among those attending the presentation Wednesday Sid Fortner. County Commissioner E.W. Hodges and sions and did some smooth $60,000 of Federal Revenue Sharing
enrichment or enjoyment. morning July 31, at LWCI were (I-r) County Commls- Theressa Fire Dept. President John Wayne Ilersey. negotiating. (FRS) funds to be used in the
Regular registration for SFCC Increased garbage pickup fees general fund.Transferred.
classes in Starke will continue daily -_.._ -- _- __ --------- will raise$77,352 and $85,000 federal
until the Fall Term begins August revenue sharing (FSR) funds mostly $35,000 of FSR funds
h used for non-recurring expenditureswere into the General Fund, balancingthat
27.For more information, call the major factors in the balancingact. varied $1.2 million fund, which
SFCC Starke Office, phone 9645382. contains the budgets of the fire
The new budget will be up for ten- police, recreation, sanitation andtrash
Toys Needed... r tative approval at the regular com- transportation, and the ad-
?nul., ., mission meeting Tuesday night, ministrative department.Used .
The Bradford-Union Guidance
.' August 6. First public hearing on the
Clinic needs toys your children tentative budget is set for Sept. 10, the remaining $45,000 of
have outgrown for use in its Child ( + the second and final public hearing FRS funds to balance the Transportation
Day Care Center for ages 25. p q is set for Sept. 17. Trust Fund.
Items most needed are puzzles, "I believe garbage ought to pay
books, push-toys, play kitchen pots, for itself," said Mayor Bobby Biggs. Agreed to pay cen'* ed city
dishes. Any, and all donations will L'k V.. V Nobody disagreed, and the long- firemen $11,500. The count, 'Iso approved -
be greatly appreciated, says>Debra ____ standing city opinion that each service $1,750 in nC'.,' equipment for
Johns Parmenter, clinic: director. should be self-supporting was the Fire including three new
Persons wishing to contribute can reaffirmed. It was probably the pagers, Dept'i to extract persons
deliver items to the Clinic at the toughest decision the council had to from wrecked cars, and a leak pat-
corner of Grand ana Georgia make. ching kit.Figured.
Streets, behind the new courthouse, It With its garbage pickup service
or call the Clinic at 964-8382 or the It \V' $75,100 in the red, city commis- into the budget a five
Community Day Care Center, at ; sioners decided to increase residen- percent average pay increase for all
phone 964-6794, to arrange for pick- W tial garbage collection rates $2 per city employees.
month, from $5 to$7, and to increase
up.Square commercial garbage pickups $1, Negotiated smoothly with Police
Dance... from $1.50 to $2.50 per pickup for a Chief Jimmy Bowen, who requestedan
i The first Saturday monthly dumpster and from$2.50 to$3.50per additional $78,000, including two
square dance is set August 3 at the f pick up of garbage out of bins. The patrolmen positions and three new 1

Kingsley Lake Civic Center will bea V_ increases will raise f71,352 per year, cars. Bowen, despite telling .......)..
aid delivered'
Utility Supt.-Merrill Dees who arguments convincingly,'
crMjr hat dance with callers Ken' \
,1 Perez and Jerry Barrett.A .. figured out the plan at the council's ended up with one car and three new
covered dish dinner is set at request last week. blue lights for patrol cars, both
5:30 A dance The meeting was then three hours items already in the budget; plus,
: p.m. square workshop
is set at 6:30: p.m. Mainstream dan- Giving the Newly Refurbished Fire Truck a Once-Qver... old.With the okay to overlap for four monthson
Commissioner Jimmy a replacement for retiring assis-
cing begins at 8 p.m.Ceramics County Commissioners E.W. Hodges, left, and E.L. (Nook) Norman: climb atop the new fire truck.to see the Crosby Jr. leading the way, thecouncil tant chief Harold Crews. The council

Classes... newly refinished wood deck. quickly moved on the remaining also approved an expenditure of
items to bring the general $3,800 to purchase liability insurancefor
Ceramics classes are being held fund into balance, and then movedon police officers.
Mondays from 7-10 p.m. and to departmental requests.At Chief Bowen said he will try to get
Wednesdays from 9 a.m. until noon Theressa Gets 'New' Fire TruckMotor by another year with two-year-old
at the Starke Recreation Dept. on Crosby's suggestion, the coun- patrol cars with over 60,000 miles on
N. Temple Ave. (the old armory). cil: them.

Instruction is being given by pool employees at Lawtey Correctional In- Theressa firemen can go to a fire up to 65 mph in safety The overtime problem is also wor-
Lillie Ann Johns. There is no stitution (LWCI) have turned out another brand-new and get there with enough water to do some good in an Nixed a requested $21,000 trash
charge, except for materials.C looking fire truck- this one sent to the Theressa area where there are no hydrants. truck, and voted to use the money to (See City Budget..p.3ABargaining )

& VV Dancing... Volunteer, the Fire LWCI Department.Now inmate has. its eye on a 1946 open cab Every piece which could be taken off the fire truck -,/,:,/-;;,-.e. ,\
Free country-western dance fire truck to refurbish, says Motor Pool SupervisorL.L. was removed and sandblasted down to the bare metal, :: ;
lessons will be offered to any in- Johns, who found the truck. says Supervisor Johns. DuPont did the sandblasting ,
terested every Monday night at But in the past four months the LWCI crew has turn- for LWCI, says Johns. .
7:30 beginning Aug. 12, sponsored ed out two red shining refurbished fire trucks the Brad- DmI
p.m.by Starke Lanes Club 25. ford County Commission bought from the City of Worst problem with this particular truck was the .I
water which had to be and J
The Texas 2-Step, 3-Step, Waltz Jacksonville for $2,000 each at the suggestion of pump repacked some
cracked parts replaced. .
and Western Swing are among the Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse.
Decision for the fire trucks to New River and "
What was Jacksonville's cast off is Bradford's go 'th
dances that will be taught. Dance .p + ,
instructor Michael Herndon treasure. The first 1,000 Class A pumper, a 1961 Ford, Theressa was made by the county Fire Council, made al r 't 1
i welcomes everyone out. For mor went to the New River Volunteer Fire Department.The up of volunteer firemen.
information, call Starke Lanes, second truck, also a 1,000 gallon Class A pumperon Johns, the LWCI motor pool supervisor, says the '
964-8175. a 1962 ,Ford 950 chassis, was taken home to truck looked bad because they had been sitting outsidein 1! _
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Theressa. Fire Chief Percy Sullivan and Theress Fire the weather, having been decommissioned by the Ci- ...-:: .. I II'
J Dept. President John Wayne Hersey went to LWCI ty of Jacksonville. Underneath, Johns says, the trucks I'Ii'
SREC Has Moved... Wednesday morning to pick up the truck. were sound and in good running condition. The 1962 P
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model turned over today was in worst shape, so the 61
The new address of the Community The keys were presented by Supt. Sidney Fortner to model was refurbished first. with the City Bosses... ::1 i
Outreach Center and the Chief Sullivan. You can't wear out a 1962 Ford truck like this one, .
I 1 i Homemakers' Office of the Suwan- says County Commissioner E.L. (Nook) Norman, who Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin explains her budget request to city
nee River Economic (SREC) is 133 The 1,000 gallon pumper will greatly boost the fire has years of experience driving them. commissioners (t-r) Jimmy Crosby Jr., Travis Woods, and Bobby Biggs.Ms. .
. West Call Street, the Hollis Knight fighting capacity of the Theressa volunteers, Hersey So far, it looks like a real deal for Bradford's Godwin got the new van requested for the Rec Dept., but It took
: Building next door to The vehicles eressa has been limited to old military volunteer firemen, says County Commissioner $10,000 budgeted this year, but unused, to build racquet ball courts at Ed- I
o I Telegraph./ and a small quick response truck. Now Lawrence Mosley, who works with the Fire Council. wards Road, which probably will have to wait a year. ,

For any questions, please phone !
964-6696. .

I: Festival-of-the-Lakes... 30 of 35 Seen Approving Downtown Starke Projectthe

. The 8th annual Festival of the Thirty of the 35, or 87 percent of the side street" Court, Walnut/ and. Thompson ; The Rosenberg building at Thompson and The $20,000 flowing water fountain was
: Lakes Art Show is set for Labor downtown property owners affected have now as well as Call Street. Call, which would have provided only 20 parking eliminated from the budget. The committee
I Day weekend. signed up or can be counted on to sign up for spaces, was cut from the budget, a$45,000 hopes the fountain will be donated.
The art show is set for Saturday, the proposed historic renovation program being Meeting for two hours July 18, the DPC item.
i Aug. 31, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. pushed by the Downtown Progress Com- members went over the cost estimates item. The cuts brought the budget for the proposed -
and Sunday, Sept. 1, from 15 p.m. mittee (DPC). by item: project from the engineer's estimate of
The Labor Day show is set in Engineering design fees were trimmed $498,813 to $300,000.Improvements ,
I fl downtown Keystone Heights in The project budget was trimmed 40 per-- .The budget for trees in the area designatedfor from $30,600 to $24,000. Plans are to ask local :
I Theme Park, adjacent to Lake cent, down to $300,000, and the proposed loan renovation was cut in half, from $12,937 to firms for free engineering assistance.Cut excluding the
Geneva and Keystone Beach. program cut to 20 years, the main differences $6,670. '
estimated at Ad-
property, are now $173,279. I
which enticed the of from
f percentage signers
the Perryman and
I 51 percent to 87 percent of affected property. $34,000 was slashed from the $67,876 out $32,296 for conduit to be installed in ding funds property some paving ,;
the project
estimated back
f Upcoming... With the increased support, DPC Chairman budgeted for brick paving. for crosswalks, the entire historic area. That can be done by to $300,000.runs new up
.The Board of Governors of the John Miller plans to take the plans to the City trimming it to $32,876.A city forces, the DPC figured. i
I Commission Tuesday, Aug. 6, at 7:30: p.m.
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce $9,289 item for shrubs and ornamentalswas Eliminated 35 litter barrels estimated to Just over half the property owners signedup
, meets at 12:30: p.m. today In cutting the budget, DPC members are cut $1,289, to $$8,000. cost $3,500. for the $500,000 project. Since the project
1 (Thursday, Aug. 1)) in the Chamber the
depending on help from the City of Starke, reduction, DPC has picked up four signers
offices at Walnut and Madison !
I local businesses, and the horticulture depart- $25,000 for an underground irrigation .Eliminated 39 Victorian-style wooden ben- with businesses In the downtown district.
f; ments of the local state prison system. system was trimmedd $5,000, to $20,000. ches estimated to cost $18,971. DPC members There are still several property owners who
The Bradford school board will benches be built signed up for the$500,000 who have yet to sign
The Perryman property to be used for a figured the can locally or got-
6 work meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 5, to 55-space parking lot, a $100,000 item, was left Sidewalk paving and curbing paving costs ten through donations after the project is forms approving the reduced project. Plus
(, on its proposed 1985-86 in the budget. And, $40,000 was added to the were cut by$25,881,down to$21,514. Plans are complete. Plus, the committee members felt seven forms have been mailed to out-of-town

budget.The Lawtey city council meetsat decorative street lighting to put them along for much city help in the paving area. fewer than 39 would be desired property owners. i\

7:30: p.m. Monday Aug. 5, in

regular.The Bradford session in County city hall.Commission Commission Struggles Fails to Cut Much of Budget

will meet Monday Aug. 5, at 8 ,
p.m. to again work in its proposed ,
1985-86 budget. Struggling for nearly four hours Monday ryover funds, ;making prospects 1J4H71ook Commissioner Lawrence Mosley wanted to for $481,613, the proposed budget Including '
Starke commissioners will meetat night, July 29, county commissioners could even tougher. Commissioners would like to cut more small items, but got no support on all new spending requests, was $1,000,800 in t :.
7:30 p.m. Tuesday night, Aug. 6, never really come to grips with their proposed retain some of the current cushion to offset an most of his suggestions. Chairman Maxie the red. As the clock neared midnight, the
for their first Tuesday meeting.The 1985-86 budget with expenditures still some expected $300,000 loss of federal revenue Carter Jr. kept looking for big items to cut. budget remained$926.000 in the red. :
council will consider adopting $926,000 over income. sharing funds, on the which the word is to Biggest items were the reserve funds, where "We knew we couldn't cut a million dollars 1 1
its 1983-86 millage rate. Even with the $581,000 carry-over balance budget this year but not next. Clerk Gib Brown and CPA Pat Farnsworth out of it," said Clerk Gib Brown. Chairman :
The Brooker City Council is set the budget must be cut by several hundredthousands Going over every item in the proposed agreed there Is room to cut, but the board Maxie Carter Jr. agreed that is an impossible 1
to meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6, to bring it into line. Even then, the ding bill for some 3V4 hours Monday night, declined. BC- -- j
to begin work on its 85-86 budget. board will be faced with using all its car- commissioners managed to cut out $82.500. Disregarding Bradford Hospital's request (See BudgCt..P.2A J i,


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."'," a car July 20 in which four persons from Starke on SR-100. when Mrs. Cain's son, Aaron
I were killed has been charged with The other vehicle, a 1979 Ford Johnson, died in a Jacksonville
second-degree murder by Assistant LTD driven by Dallas Lamar hospital. Crawford's daughter, Ker-

State Attorney Tom Elwell. Crawford, 41, of Raiford was travel. rie Crawford, 9, was critically injured
ing toward Starke. Crawford and six and remains in a Gainesville
II other persons were returning from a hospital listed as critical but stable.
Gary Lynn Taylor, 47, of Altoona visit with relatives at Fort Pierce. Crawford received a fracturedarm
in Lake County, remained in Brad- The truck reportedly swerved into from the crash and his son,

M' ford County jail Wednesday'on the wrong lane heading toward the Michael Crawford, 14, who was
$20,000 bond. He was jailed for driv- Crawford vehicle Crawford steeredto seated in the back seat behind the

ing while Intoxicated after the July the left attempting to avoid the driver, was not seriously injured.
20 wreck when highway patrolmen crash but the truck swerved back in- Second degree murder means the
smelled alcohol on his breath. Elwell to its lane, striking Crawford's vehi- act was unpremeditated. Maximum
said results of tests indicated Taylor cle on the passenger side. sentence under current guidelines

had a blood-alcohol level of 0.241 Both passenger-side doors were would be life imprisonment. Taylor
more than double the 0.10 ripped off and the top of the vehicle charged with four counts of second
which indicates legal intoxication."The was pushed back by the impact degree murder. He is also charged

which killed three of the seven occupants with four counts of DWI
high degree of recklessnessand instantly. Dead were: manslaughter, carrying a max-
extreme seriousness of this accident Crawford's wife, Katie Campbell imum 15 years per county, and fcur
prompted the murder Crawford, 34; her sister, Gretha counts of vehicular homicide, carrying
charges," Elwell said. Taylor was Campbell Cain, 32, and Mrs. Cain's\ a maximum penalty of five years
originally charged with daughter, Melony Johnson 8. A per count.

manslaughter. .

Elwell said other test results will Johnson's Organs Give Life to Three

determine whether Taylor had also

taken drugs to> keep him awake. When Aaron Johnson died in Jacksonville's Baptist Medical Center,

Elwell said the drug analysis was re- his father, Wayne'M. Johscn of Lake Placid, gave doctors permission

I The State DOT Chips In With Some Help... quested the because Taylor admitted to to remove the boy's liver for use in a transplant.The .
highway patrol that he had been

A state Department of Transportation from Troy Dowless and Randy McCord. awake for 43 hours. He was driving a transplanted liver probably saved the life of a Colorado boy.

Gainesville is replacing the sidewalk on SR-230 (West SFCC Starke Center Pusher Guy Andrews came load of potatoes, but authorities
Call Street) in front of the new Santa Fe Community home from North Carolina to get behind the project. didn't know where the trip began. The transplant took about 22 hours, according to Tom Winkler of )
College Starke Center. Plans are to open SFCC classes on schedule August 27 There is some speculation that the University Hospital's Organ and Tissue Retrieval Program in '
The sidewalk will be continued across what was In the old 1902 courthouse. The Tries Co. is putting on load came from New York state. Jacksonville.Winkler '

Court Street. the finishing touches to the $850.000
DOT crew members all from Gainesville are Anthony on the parking lot is for the limerock project.base to be Next hauled step The collision occurred at 8:30: p.m. said the recipient had a severe liver disease since birth. :
Perry Leon Milliard. Leroy !Mcltae. C.J. Hall, in. Saturday, July 20. Taylor's semi- Aaron Johnson's kidneys were transplanted into two North Florida II
recipients. One, a 20-year-old, had been waiting 11 years for a donor.
Aaron's father was asked permission to use organs shortly before i

I 5 Qualify for 3 Hampton Posts, ElecticQualifying >n is Sept. 10 University the Finding official a time of recipient Pittsburg of death for where at the 1:40 organs the p.m.transplant Sunday.was coordinated operations through were per.the J I

formed. A team flew from Pittsburg to remove the organs from the

for Hampton city elections seats they currently occupy on the getters winning oil ice. The elections Under Florida state law, no candidate dead boy's body in Jacksonville. i,
closed Friday, July 26, with board. Joining them in the contestare is set for September 10. may run for the office. Thereis ii I
five candidates for three open coun- James Mitzel, Bobbi Sheppardand no write-in candidacy after qualifying i
cil seats and no candidate for the George Werre.Candidates The current clerk, appointed closes. Indications are that the i 1i 1

clerkss position. earlier this year, is Pat Hayes. council has the option to set a special 1I I
for council under the Neither Mrs. lIayes nor any other election in an attempt to have someone
Incumbents Ted Curtis, Sr. and Hampton charter run as a single candidate qualified for the position, qualify, or to again appoint a I

Scott, Davis are attempting to hold group, with the three highest vote open for this election. clerk for the position. VaCation P ;

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staled, the sheriff's budget could go Brown also urged the commissionnot agreed to keep the five percent
Still the board must trim the up even more. The $$78.000! not included to tie down the raise to straight raises in the budget, and to recom- SChOOl
budget at least another Rd. Ch.
$300,000 to in the $560,654 budget.By accross the board, but to allow the mend to courthouse officers that Morgan Bapt.
in the black.
stay New funds limited with approving the sheriff's budget, various constitutional officers to they give the raises across the Co. Road 233 Starke
very which includes five percent salary award the pay raises as they see fit. board.

the 10-mill county cap, the already maximum close allowedby to the increases the department'semflOYees Librarian Arnold Weeks, who sat Judge's Computers... Aug. 5 9 e For All AgesEveryone
the board indicated it through the entire budget session as
state law. And, the commission is The commission discussed the request Invited
the increase an observer, said the five is
for all
eyeing special district fire pay percent of County 6:45: to 9
taxing on county employees."I sufficient for a cost of living increase Judge George p.m. Nursery Provided
protection Pierce at length and the
disposal, approved
move we approve the sheriff's and said the board will needto
emergency rescue service as establish $4,000 computer the judge has been
budget, said Commissioner. E.L. guidelines before getting
measures to take next for several
year. requesting years.
(Nook) Norman. involved with merit pay, which was -
The board will ad-
receive $46,000 Clerk Gib Brown asked, "Can I in- what Clerk Brown was suggesting.CPA .
ditional dollars its
keeping cur- ?" Brown the Pat Farnsworth out .
suggested pointed
{ ',rent 9.44 millage level. Or, the board terrupt board hold off approving anybody's! that for several years in the past then .'j 1, & &...', -r' fr b l1,r, I 1n.. r
J can gain $118,000 more by going to request until it had looked at the entire .. .sheriff has used the pay raises t 1 I
the full mills. Board
10 members
( budget. The clerk pointed out ''* awarded by the board in the fashion a Ener
however, don't want to hit the 40
percent the shenff's Clerk Brown that is
budget request contained was suggested, ,
of still 1
property owners s'a
paying five percent pay raises for his giving some employees a larger
taxes harder. Additional
property any employees, and if the commission raise than others on the basis of
taxes were not discussed Monday approved the raises in the sheriff'sbudget merit. Farnsworth suggested the O Y ''

night. it would almost have to approve commission needs to meet with the

Sheriff's the raises for everybody else. constitutional officers and establisha
Budget Clerk Brown pushed for the five policy to be followed.
Tentatively Approved... percent, pointing out the courthouse ''The clerk has always followedthe

They tentatively approved the officers and the commision have policy of the board," stated

sheriff's $560,654 budget, up some received salary increases from the Brown. .
$60,000, which had to be tentatively Florida Legislature, pointing out the The elected officials can do what
approved by Aug. 1. If the commission City of Starke has five percent for they want to, said Commissioner
has to add the $78,000 figure for employees in its proposed budget, Mosley
hiring female corrections officers to and pointing out that school board "Your clerk doesn't do that, now,"

guard women inmates as the employees are getting an average. of said Brown.
Department of Corrections has 7.3 percent pay raises. Mosley moved and the board


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"; !'''f t' );4.-!:: Bradford School Board Sets Hearing On ,Tax, HikeA I

I rF public hearing is set at 7 p.m. millage which would generate ap State Department of Education but that all was eaten up in In-
\ Monday, Aug. 5, to tentatively set proximately $231,000 in property (DOE) planners predicted $185 surance costs, which also went up
school millage for the 1983-86 fiscal tax, a bonus of$47,000. million i hi taxable property in Brad- 100 percent.
year. The increased school millage pro- ford County The tax roll is $174
I 1 Y The school board is faced with an posed, mostly mandated by state million, 11 million less than ex- "We have looked seriously at all
1 +b I approximate$13 million total budgetfor funding the requests but have not balanced
1f' procedures, will cost a taxpayer pected. That, in itself, raked about
fiscal 85-86. including an $11.1 with$25,000 of taxable property $65,000. off the top of the budget,Dun- them back to the money available,"
million general operating budget, $11.25 in additional property can points out. Duncan says If people want three
and $306,188 in capital outlay taxes. Salary and insurance are largest typewriters, they might end up with
(building) funds. Local property taxes make up only inceases, plus the beef-up of the one, or if two filing cabinets are requested
This year the state has increasedthe approximately percent of the total maintenance staff to which four new one may be bought.
Bradford school board's required $13 million
school district budget. employees were added.
local effort to 4.698 mills, up The remaining 90 percent is made up "We are completely reviewing Board members will attempt Mon-
wv from 4.47. The board is required to of state and federal funds. every department's requests. We day night to become more Involved
levy the 4.698 mills to participate in will have a good salary schedule. I in the budget, look at each cost
the Florida Education Finance Program Tight Budget... feel center, and set some direction for
it will be
.. an excellent
A salary
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under which the local school pursue says
There for all
;: are lots of requests from year employees, says Supt. Duncan.
} "rL r district receives $9.5 million. various schools and departments Duncan.The school board requestedthe
t ;' The board Is also allowed to levy that just cannot be met, cautions same 7.3 percent increase for Monday's public hearing Is the
9 4 1.319 mills of discretionary millage, Supt. Jim Duncan. non-instructional employees, as for first of two required.The final public
\ up from 1.1 mills last year.The state "We're trying to maintain a close, the Instructional staff, Duncan hearing is set for Sept. 9 at which
t gives the school district $268,000 in very frugal budget, and not be ex- points out. time the 85-86 will receive final approval -
return for levvina the discretionary trnvapiint The sparcity factor was doubled .

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t i A d 3 Zoning Cases Go Directly to Commissionas FLORIDA Motor Route TIMES Available UNION

Without a recommendation from David L. McKibben asked for a farm over the years. She said a In Starke-Lake Butler Area.
the zoning board, the Bradford rezoning from open rural to in- Must have reliable transports- '
County commission get rezoning applications dustrial for 10 acres he has purchased workman will live in the double- tlon, telephone, and be able to
from three land owners at adjacent to another parcel he wide, which will replace an old post a $250 cash bond deposit.
its August 12 regular meeting. recently had rezoned to industrial. trailer that was on the land. Call 964-5165 ((8:00 AM 5:00 PM,
One in a Million Chance... No recommendation could be The location is south of SR-221 Gaines said the land could con- Mon.thru Frl.) or come by office,
made by the zoning board because across from National Protein,which tinue to be used as a farm, but the 1605 N. Temple Ave.p.a' .
Here's what Chris Durban, 14.got out of a Coca Cola bottle, a Suzuki only two members of the seven- is north of Hampton. McKibben said commission would have to deter-
50 motorbike valued at $400. member voluntary,unpaid board at he was planning to mine whether to change the designation _
"I still can't believe I won It," Chris, the of Mr. and THE BRADFORD
says son Mrs. tended the meeting Tuesday night, manufacturing plant for automobile which would allow mobile
Raymond Durban of Lawtey. July 30. Zoning board members Rick parts including generators. homes in that area. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Chris beat one In 1,000,000 odds to win the motor bike In Coke's contest Replogle and Brenda Thomas listen- Published
which runs through Sept. 1. It Is one of 63 motorbikes being given ed to the requests but could take no Gilbert Q. Crosley asked for every Thursday
away by Coca Cola In Florida. Other prizes are 314 10-speed bicycles, formal action without a quorum of rezoning from rural to residential at 133 W. Call Street
419 $100 cash prizes 629 Toshiba Jam boxes (radios), 838 $50 cash four members being present, office for open 10 acres near his- 58 Permits Issued... Starke Florida 32091
prizes, 1.258 Cobra telephones. 3.141 $10 cash prlzesm 62.000 T-shirts, Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said trailer franchise office operation In the zoning director's report,the
plus many thousands of 25-cents-off: prizes to Dunkin Do-Nut. he wasn't sure whether the other about six' miles south of Starke on following total of $647,850 was an- Second Class postage paid at
Marlneland. Kentucky Fried Chicken, Sam's and Circus World. members were on vacation or sickor US-301. nounced for 58 permits through July Starke, FloridaSubscription
why they didn't show up. 30.
The county commission meeting Anzle B. Mead requested rezon- Rates:
time was changed from 9:30 a.m. on ing of 146 acres located near Clay That included: three single-family In-trade area: $10.00
City Budget the first Monday of each month to County near SR-21 and CR-214 from dwellings valued at $198,000; 16 per year
(from page IA) the second Monday by a July vote of single family residential to open mobile homes for $155,800; 33 addi- $5.50 six months
the commissioners. rural. She wants to place a double- tions to existing buildings costing Outside area: $11
rying Chief Bowen, who said the "Zero," said Clerk Tucker."I wide mobile home on that property $90,450, and six commercial structures per year
time his patrolman spend in court wanted everybody to hear that. Requests for rezoning were: which has continually been operated worth $203,600. $6.00, six months
and giving depositions has been rul- We have balanced the budget. If we .
ed work hours the U.S. add to the --- 4
by Supreme budget we'll have to """"'" s
Court. Bowen said starting Thurs-- transfer funds or increase taxes,"
day his patrolmen are changing to said Commissioner Crosby. .
eight hour shifts,and said he's asked
the state attorney's office to No New Taxes... Thank You.

time.schedule depositions to avoid over- Council property members tax. did not increasethe ;: Thank You. .

They agreed they will accept the
After making the main decisions, rollback millage rate of 2.815 mills, i iI
the council had $5,000 of FRS funds down from 3.07 mills due to an In-
left to parcel out for its top crease in assessed taxable property I would like to thank the people of Starke for
priorities. values. To the People of Starke:
letting me continue to
serve as Commissioner.
your City
Clerk Neil Tucker pointed out that
The commissioners agreed last Thank
You for
allowing me to for
making payments on the garbage week they did not want to increasethe serve another
truck will make a budget deficit for property tax. They indicated I have always considered this a honor and a term as Chief of Police. I will continue doing the
which the city will be criticized in
they would rather have the services
best know
I how
job to do for
the audit. Purchase of the truck used paid for by all users. privilege you.
must be recorded as a liability, Many Thanks to you, the people of Starke.
Tucker explained, and there won'tbe ,
funds to cover the entire expense STARKECHURCH Vernon Silcox. Chief Jimmy BowenPd.
under the now required modified accrue OF GOD .
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We invite you to worship with us.
"OK, let's start with the Fire -
Department, suggested Mayor
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Biggs. Morning Wan hip 11 i.m.
Crosby interjected, "How much
money we got Mr. Clerk?" Evening Service 6 p.m.
Wednesday youth 7:30 p.m.,
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It all started back in 1884 when Frank I'r
When the Lake Butler Middle School Rivers,grandfather of Wilson, the present The business which had started as a It u \ \ /
burned in August of 1981, a saddened spectator owner, conceived the idea of a double- backsmith and carriage shop was soon
viewing the smoldering ruins,said... stock plow that could break twice as much known far and wide for its double-stock \1/11
'That's the history of Lake Butler ground in the same time as a single stock, plows,and business continued to thrive until ', ryA I \
burning." using the same one-mule power. Selling the boll weevil killed King Cotton and '
such plows to cost-conscious farmers the demand for plows began to taper off. ,
Another bit of history went up in smoke was r'I.
Sunday night when the 101-year-old as easy as selling blankets to Eskimos,and To take up the slack, the elder Rivers and ''I.. L ...
lT. AaA.IA the inventor son, Charlie, began to add hardware
business operated by three generations of soon was traveling by train t TA
the Rivers family went up in smoke with a 9VfM through north Florida and south Georgiaand items, farm implements, insecticides,
consequent loss of history and more than Alabama taking orders to be filled as paint, and other related staples.
$1 million in building and merchandise 1" fast as he and his helpers could turn the After the retirement of his father, o N
damages. I plows out. Charlie Rivers took over the business in'
1922,and his son Wilson,became head man !
in 1947. As farming continued to decline A '
during the factory-Job intensive war years,
Editorials plows gave way to tractors, and finally :fI f-
became a museum item. Wilson still 14f
remembers, however, in the farm- I
producing days of Florida State Prison .
(then commonly called the Prison Farm) Il it 'PA'tME!
Starke's Image Changing FastThe seeing as many as 12 double stock plows ._
pulled by mules and driven by prison in- 1IXEKcep.
mates, lined up in a row, plowing straight P. ; \0' HmE

changing image of Starke was the mittee to upgrade the appearance of furrows farmland.across"It was the a wide beautiful expanse? sight of prison in the ). i 8 ,':.

subject of a cover story in the current Call Street with landscaping, new early morning," Rivers recalls, "but a ,.,-.. ..... : Ari I
issue of "Florida Business Journal" sidewalks and street lamps, as well as year or so later I went back and one trac- ," :1. ......
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published in Gainesville and devoted to the acquisition of off-street parking tor was doing the entire job." :.dIO ',.,
lots the proposed landscaping of Noisy Nights Recalled
the business and industrial interests of ; .
Alachua, Bradford, Columbia and Highway 301 medians within the city Shep Thomas, whose crystal clear i .
Marion Counties. limits; and the application for place- memory belies his 87 years, recalls the 1 '...
days when his father, Jim, a Lulu area r
ment of the Call Street Historic Districton ,
Under the by-line of Bill Adams farmer, hitched up his horse and wagon '
editor of the Journal the article notedthat the prestigious National Register, and drove to Lake Butler to buy two of .\ '
making properties in this area eligiblefor those "new-fangled" double stock plows.As .
another Starke sleepy"Once town napping on U.S.just substantial tax credits for improvements a farm boy, Shep was delighted ( "0)
to their properties.In because "I that having two '<' '
thought plowsto :
Highway 301. Is now stretching, yawn- .:.. .. :
do the work of four would give me more t' .. .MM .
ing, and waking up to the sounds of commenting on Starke's new image time for my favorite pastime, fishing. .,.-,,, : L.J1.,'1'M I'
the "Florida Business Journal"says I
growth. But imagine my disappointment when, in-
"The basic idea is to have the stead of giving me more spare time, my
"The impetus for growth began SFCC Center project to walk hand-in- daddy just went and bought twice as much
when Starke Wilson Rivers stands in doorway of 89 year-old building now being usedas
recently was designatedone land to cultivate!
hand with the downtown development.The temporary headquarters for his 101-year-old business which was burn
of Florida's Blue Chip Old Courthouse location of the college Shep, who set some kind of record by ed to the ground Sunday night. The sign in window at right says
Communities-- new program will become the anchor for all other serving 36 years as school superintendent, "Payments Made Here", and old customers were doing just that this
developed by the Florida Division of and a total of 48 in the field of education, week
Economic aimed at en- improvements along Call Street, and also remembers sleepless nights when he
the two projects have been planned as lived in a small house across the street
couraging Florida communities to one coordinated effort. This is said to be from the Rivers plow and blacksmith shop. rounding towns to help fight the blaze, and records came through undamaged in a
assess their strengths and weaknesses, the first such effort in the U.S. in whicha "Business was so good they would have to ammunition exploding in the inferno like a secure safe, but many other business
and ahead with dozen Fourth 01 July celebrations combined forms and papers were scorched and
assisting them to move work at night, and imagine trying to sleep
planning to improve themselves." college and a downtown district have with three or four men over there ham- into one. smutty around the edges and were being
joined in a mutually beneficial common mering on those plow shares! So I finally "I haven't even been over there to look carefuly salvaged from the wreckage. I
The article goes on to review all other goal." decided to move.' at the ruins," Mr. Thomas said Tuesday."I Imprinted on the iron threshold of

phases of Starke's current improve- Thomas built a small brick house,whichhe just hate to see it." Rivers'present headquarters-of Lake
ment and the 18 months of still Butler's oldest buildings- the words
programs occupies, about a block from the Customers Paying Up
has into this The article quotes Chamber of Com- burned-out Rivers "Permenter Bros. 1896". No one
dedicated effort that gone store. "I heard that terrific Wilson Rivers was holding court Tues-
remembers the Permenters, but Wilson
merce secretary Mike Cooney as
face-lifting and spirit-lifting process. In say- lightning bolt that started the fire day in a brick building owned by him
pink Rivers
remembers the store when it was a
ing, "Now for the first time we can tapa Sunday night,but went on to bed about 9:30:
addition to Blue Chip, there is the and used before the fire as a storeroom- dry goods establishment operated by Abe
different market. That market is thinking it was nothing unusual. He was warehouse. A
hastily hand-printed in
keystone project for downtown sign Strickland. He recalls the time when as a
to made up of all those people driving surprised the next morning to learn that the window says,"Payments Made Here," school boy he made a shoe shine box and
development- $750,000 project the Rivers store had burned to the ground
through town in those 25,000 cars each and loyal customers were coming steadily tried to sell a customer at the store a shine
convert the 1902 courthouse into and he slept through all the commotion of
a to offer condolences and "
their bills.
pay for five cents. "But no deal, Wilson said.
day. With an attractive and historically 16 fire departments called in from sur-
Starke Center for Santa Fe Community Fortunately, his accounts receivable "The price was too high for those days."
College, now nearing completion; the significant downtown, Starke- it
purchase and development of the makes the most of its advantagescan
its share of the multibillion dollar
spacious, landscaped parking facility, reap
just east of the SFCC Center; the program tourist industry which has, so far, pass- Killer :::. ." ,. 1
of the Com- ed us by. It's worth a try. "'.;;4.., '.
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Storm P Tt! -. \

I Something to Boast AboutIn Swept & .-- \\

future years it will no doubt be a BHS this Thursday night, August 1 J1L1
mark of distinction for grandparents to from 6 to 8 p.m., and registration willcontinue

boast to their grandchildren, "I was daily at the same location from Area ,
among the first students attending the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Registration _

premier term at the Starke Center of so far has been especially S.

Santa Fe" Community College in the fall heavy for day classes, and evening In 1896

of 1985. class registration is expected to in- ,

And judging by the brisk early crease as the start of the fall term on

registration for the fall term in the up- August 27 approaches.A .

dated "Old Courthouse in Starke, lots of wide range of subjects is'being of-
grandchildren will be hearing this story fered in the Starke Center including

m the years to come. basic computer concepts and program--

ming, computer software applications,
Those who have had a preview of the public speaking, major religions,

courthouse educational facilities are emergency medical technology,
amazed at the transformation that has history, languages, social sciences, 1fiI!

been made, almost magically, in the marriage and the family, and general i
stately 83-year-old structure during the psychology.
six months. The historical building
those who worked for and
which is on the National Register of
the 1902 courthouse
Historic Places must have creaked planned were
find understandably proud of what they had As we enter the 1985 hurricane season it seems appropriate to and better buildings, at'an average cost of $150 each, the School
with surprise to itself equipped with accomplished they would no doubt be publish this Hoover Bros. photograph of the devasting 1896 hurricane Board furnishing the materials and the patrons doing the work
central heat and air, a fire-preventive still if could the that came in from the Gulf of Mexico at Cedar key and cut a gratis." At that time the county seat had been moved back to
sprinkler system, and even an elevator, prouder they see new diagonal path of devastation across Northeast Florida, and on up Starke, and the abandoned courthouse building in Lake Butler, be-
yet! life that has been instilled into a once the East Coast to the Canadian border. ing used as a school, was destroyed by the storm.

vacant building, and the great service it Most of the native pine timber was blown down in the western Damage in this area was so great that the 1899 Legislature pass-
A special evening registration will be will be performing in the community asa I part of Bradford County (now Union County) and it was said that a ed a bill for the relief of taxpayers in the storm belt of Alachua,
held at the present Starke Center at top notch educational institution. I II II person could walk all the way from Mikesville in Columbia County Levy, Layfayette, Suwanee, Columbia, Bradford, and Nassau
I to the High Springs area and never set foot on the ground. Counties.At .

F.G. Schell Bradford County superintendent of schools at that that time the Hoover Bros. had a photography business at
time said in hIs annual report to the State Superintendent of Educa Cedar Key but all their equipment was destroyed by the storm and
I Ethics Sometimes Costly !tion, "The fearful storm of 1896 swept all the school houses in the they later brought their studio< to Starke, where they remained for
western part of the county. We have replaced them with stronger l half a century.

A Baker County Commissioner settl- and in some cases was unaware of the Notebook .
ed his score with the Florida Commis- sales themselves, since they were County Agent9s I by Bobby I.. Taylor :

sion on Ethics last week, agreeing to handled by his wife or other store .
pay a $500 fine while receiving a repri- employees. A clause in the agreement -
mand for selling more than $800 in mer- stipulates that he will refrain from such Whiteflies fly but they're not flies.Adult Coping with Whiteflies point of i runoff, covering the undersides of

chandise and services to the county in sales in the future. whiteflies resemble tiny white moths, butthey're numbers, they cause little or no damage: about leaves two thoroughly weeks. This, and should spray solve again your in
each between 1980 and '84. not moths either. Actually, their However, the immatures can seriously injure brood
year problem until the next major
It is ironical, however, that such closest relatives are the scale insects.And, plants by sucking out vital juices. If
An investigation had revealed that in restrictions do not always result in sav- like scales, they attack and damage manyof their feeding is uncontrolled, upper leaf emerges.Of .
the four-year period, various depart- ings to the county. For instance, early our favorite landscape ornamentals. On surfaces turn pale and affected plants will course, you shouldn't spray at all un-
the real
invade til whiteflies
rare occasions they'll even our decline. you're sure are
ments under the Baker Commis- last week the Baker commissioner
County home to feed on houseplants. villians. Many other problems can cause
sioner's jurisdiction had purchased abiding by the ethics code, refused to Like soft scales,mealybugs,and aphids, plants to decline. So, carefully examinethe
$4,474 worth of grass seed, fertilizer, sell some four-inch pipe needed by the gardenias Whiteflies, camelias infest many, ligustnun plants, Including, and whiteflies excrete large amounts of undersides of leaves for the presence of
tools and the he the a' honeydew, a sweet, sticky substance that the whitefly nymphs I described. If you
items from commis- county, even though was only number of annuals. provides an excellent medium for the
confirm that whiteflies infesting
sioner's feed and fertilizer business, Baker County dealer with a supply. As a Adult whiteflies are quite small only a growth of sooty mold. Besides being unat- plants,don't try to control are the adults.After your
and his welding shop. He was told that result, Baker County department heads sixteenth to an eighth of an inch long. Both tractive, this black fungus may retard a large numbers of adults are seen, wait
the statutory limit on purchases from a have already been advised not to make the wings and body are covered with fine, plant's growth by interfering with about two weeks before spraying.This two
board member is $800 per year. county purchases from non-board white powdery wax.The Immature stagesare photosynthesis. week delay will allow the eggs to hatch.
members if the competitor's priceis flat, round, and no larger than a Fortunately, once the insects are con- The small nymphs, which are the most
In the agreement signed last week, even pinhead. They're light green to whitish in trolled,sooty mold usually weathers away. damaging to plants are the easiest stageto
the State acknowledged that the com- higher. color, somewhat transparent, and resem- You can get rid of it faster by applying a control. You should concentrate your efforts -
missioner was unaware of the statute, Such is the price of higher ethics. ble tiny fish scales. After hatching, each copper spray. In fact, by mixing copper on them, rather than the mature
inserts its beak into the undersideof Both whiteflies.Som .
nymph with an insecticide,you can solve problems
-, a leaf, and never leaves this feeding at the same time. For suggestionson
point until it reaches adult stage. the proper spray materials, check with

I lAVrl/$ ,, tf ARp There are three major broods of adult your garden center' or county agents of
/ whiteflies annually in Florida. In our area, fice.
these occur in late March, mid-June, and Of course, you must apply the recom-
late August. They appear two or three mended products correctly according to
3 ww weeks earlier in the south, and about a directions, and with the right equipment.You .
week later to the north and west. When can use a pump-up, trombone, or hose
disturbed, adult whiteflies emerge from attachment sprayer. If you use a hose at-
Infested plants in swarms resemblingwhite tachment unit, be sure it's designed for ornamentals people believed they could
clothes clouds. But, in spite of their not lawns. Spray plants to the make It rain by shooting arrow Into
j th Romans slit to commercial laundries a* long as 2,000 years ago. the air.I" .




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Sandra Chitty and Anthony Nead Marry June 29 in First Baptist ChurchSandra

Sandra Louise Chitty, daughter of Drew Reddish, pianist; Bill McRae mark wore lavender; Miss Winkler, The little flowerairl/ was Amanda basket with blue ribbons, lace and train and sweeping around its end.
Mrs. Joan T. Chitty and the late and Mrs. Esther Hardy, soloists. pink; and Miss Goolsby, yellow. Griffis, cousin of the bride and flowers. The upper ruffles were curved up
Randal F. Chitty of Starke, and An- Greeting the wedding guests at the Their matching wide-brimmed hats, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Given in marriage by her brother and brought to point in the middle
thony Wayne Nead,son of George W. entrance to the church and directing and cascading bouquets were identical Griffis. She wore a sky blue organdy Randy the bride back of the train. Reimbroidered
'j+ Nead and the late Nead the to the honor attendant but also floor length fashioned wore an
Mary of wedding was Mrs. Linda Johns. gown, similar elegant and classic formal of Alencon lace overlays encrusted
Tampa, were united in marriage, Attending the guest register in individual matching colors of to the bridesmaids, but with a full antique-candlelight silk-faced gown satin with pearls, crystal and beads form-
Saturday afternoon.June 29, at 3:00: preceeding the wedding ceremony their gowns. All of the attendants'hats three tiered skirt over a taffeta and imported French reimbroidered ed a broad inverted double "V"
p.m., at the First Baptist Church of was Miss Michelle Sapp. and bouquets were designedand underskirt. In her hair was a head- Ale icon lace,which was designed by above the point of the ruffles, and
Starke. Rev. Ben Bryant and Rev. Glen Nead of Tampa, attended his handmade by Mrs. George piece of tiny matching blue flowers her mother. The sculped fitted satin also at the bottom end of the train;
Hugh Walters of Lake brother best Roberts,Jr. and baby's breath and she carried
City uncle of as man. Ushers were a bodice was overlaid with an Alencon and continued to sweep around the
the bride, performed the nuptials. Randy Chitty of Jacksonville, lace capelet-bib overlay which edge of the ruffles and up each side
The altar of the church was a virtual brother of the bride; Dale Tenly, featured a decollete' portrait of the gown to where it joined the
garden scene; featuring large cousin of the bride; and Dr. John neckline, etched in seed pearls and back lace bodice. Hand applied bet
ficus trees, tropical areca palms, Woody of Columbus, Ga. Ring crystals; scalloped shaped cap ween the satin layered ruffles were
schefflera plants, arbicola trees, bearer was little Morgan Reddish, sleeves; and extended into a handcut appliques of beaded reim
boston ferns, and peace plants plac son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- ir elongated dropped pointed waist. broidered Alencon lace; and rows of
ed throughout the choir loft. On each dish.Karen The entire lace bib-bodice was extensively peau d'ange lace, etched in crystal
side of the altar were large tropical Joan Chitty attended her glossed with handappliedseed beading; which were sewn
ferns and dwarf schefflera plants sister as maid of honor. She was pearls, crystals, beading and throughout the length of the twelve
nestled around fiscus trees and dressed in a formal waltz length iridescents; and was outlined with foot train.
palms. Garlands of boxwood ferns apricot gown fashioned with a full x'K scalloped reimbroidered Alencon With her gown, Sandra chose a
were scalloped along the side of the crisp organdy skirt, over a full 4 border lace, accented with crystal lace and handbeaded cap which was
chancel railing, coming to a point in fathered and tiered taffeta under and pearl rosetes. The slim, shaped attached to a fall, layered walking
the middle of the alUr. Placed on skirt.The molded bodice featured an satin skirt was designed with a length veil of candlelight illusion
each end of the choir railing were off-the-shoulder organdy ruffle redingote effect, and was edged at with a fingertip blusher. She carrieda
large draping petticoat ferns. which dipped to a plunged! point in the hemline in a wide scalloped cascade arrangement of classic
Centering the upper loft was a the back. Encircling her waist was a border overlay of reimbroidered cala lilies and Ivy; and wore a gold
single colossal and elegant, Euro- crushed apricot taffeta sash, lined |Alencon lace, pearls and crystals and diamond necklace which was a
pean sunburst arrangement of with contrasting candlelight taffeta, 1 that swept into a magnificent 'grandpalace' wedding gift from the groom.
blossoms in shades depicting the which formed a large bow in the cathedral train. The train Greeting the guests at the recep-
specific colors the bride had chosenfor back with the wide sash continuing was fashioned with multiple tion held in the fellowship hall of the
her wedding. They were arranged down to the gowns hemline. Enhancing cascading layers of wide, silk-faced church were Mrs. Eldol_Hardy and
in a large Grecian marble urn the elegance of the ensemble wasa satin ruffles; swirled across the
which Was placed on a high! pedestal sophisticated wide-brimmed See Page 6A
in the center of the choir loft. The apricot lace hat, with one side coquettishly I. -- ''III
massive and dramatic floral arrangement turned up and lavishly
consisted of rubein lilies, trimmed with matching bows and
peonies, snapdragons, iris, taffeta crushed tulle; organdy and Attention Senior Citizens
gladiolias, alestromeria, and tiger roses, lace, ribbons and
lilies, large chrysanthemums, crystal beading. Karen carried an Wouldn't It Be Great to Hear Well !
freesia,poppies, hyacinths and pompoms arrangement of apricot peonies, Again
in vibrant pastel shades of delthiniums, creeping phlox and
pink,lavender,yellow,apricot, blue, freesias, mixed with baby's breath You Can!
green and white; was interspercedwith and greenery; with cascading
baby's breath, and jade and apricot satin ribbons lace and tulle. 1
leatherleaf ferns. At her neck was an apricot satin bow I Iiitt
The entrance vestibule of the and on her hands were ruffled illusion IL L Linda Shipp, Hearing Aid Specialist with Audio

church held a large flowering peace gloves. Hearing Service of Gainesville will be in Starke the
plant, surrounded with a mass of
Misses Stacey Denmark and
trailing ivy, draped to the floor. Melissa Winkler of Starke; and Sila 2nd Thursday of Every Month giving Eflgf-. Hearing
A musical program was presentedby Goolsby of Pensacola were bridal at F k.
Mrs. Mona Canova,organist,who tendants. Each bridesmaid wore an .t. x xMr. Tests.
also played for the bride's parent'swedding identical designed gown as that of
in the same church 30 years the maid of honor, but in individual
t ago; W.B. McKinney,violinist; Mrs. vibrant rainbow colors. Miss DenAry and Mrs.Anthony Nead MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE

I Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Sapp Celebrate 25th 'j 127 E. Call St. Starke 964-7810

: THURSDAY AUG. 8.9:30: to 12:30:
!I>,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Sapp of4t Social Side Club News
; Atlanta, former Starke residents,
celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary c '1 Notices
,_ at a reception held at the A A 4i Church Items' Those who are experiencing some difficulty understanding
::r' Holiday Inn Northcrest on June 8. oNews words should take advantage of this FREE offer.

t.7r.. Don't put off today, what could make a better tomorrow.
-< WeddingsReceptions
Bob has been with Holiday Inn of
Atlanta for the past 16 years and Parties THE HEARING ,
1223NW 16th Ave.
J c Agnes is sales manager Northlake Gladys
Hilton. They have two sons, Robb, 14 964-7608 AID PLACE Hearing] Gainesville, FLSei'iviCC7
::i' years and Randy,6 years. The family + r 4i 373-5507
-r.. is active in the Galilean Baptist ; t tr
Church, Norcross, Ga., where Bob I --- i
has been choir director for the past
d bn Mrs. Cindy Sexton
13 years.
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Honored With ShowerJoan

100 people attended Canova was honored at a Diehord's SHOE & SANDAL
Approximately Out-of-town guests stork shower party given for her
included: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sapp daughter,Mrs.Cindy Canova Sextonof SUPER SALE
ii. ... ; and daughter, Suzanne, Mr. and ay ; Selma,Ala.,who was unable to attend Ir SHOES
''-?yy .lpyyJ,MJ:1h:: b fX', sBrowq, 'tSta..k''Dd.i on Thursday' July 18" 'at I
Mr. arid rs. Allen Crews and Kingsley Lake *
daughters of Brooker. Hostesses were Carolyn Taylor, 101 E. CALL ST., STARKE
Kathy Green, Wanda Prevatt
Mr.and Mrs.Robert C.Sapp Debra Stevens, Donna Hartley and
Allen, Kay
daughter Emily Betty
;.sr Allen and Ann Thornton.A LADIES SHOESReg
.-) Cheri Lawson and Rick A Moore Marry June 15 blue and pink motif was carriedout I
in the decorations. A miniature
rocking horse centered the refresh-
Cherie Renee Lawson and Richard ment table and a rocking horse
"' "Rick"J. Moore were married June theme was carried out. 1/2
ra.: .4 15 in a double ring candlelight wedifl Mrs. Canova was presented with a Off ;
: ding ceremony at the Cinco Baptist pink and white baby sox corsage and
::: Church in Fort Walton Beach per the honoree was given a baby swing Price
:..,. formed by the Rev. John Thompson. from the hostesses as a memento of
: the occasion. Selected Group Of Discontinued .
it. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Kathy Green took a video tape of I
t. Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Jr.of Shalimar, the party which was shown to the StYlL!
y guests. __ ____ _- _____ __
:..' The was groom given in is marriage the son of by Mr.her and father.Mrs. Twenty-seven guests were invitedto LARGE SELECTION MANY: NAME 1 _BRANDS_ I -
;n: Harold T. Moore, also of Shalimar. call between the hours of 7 and "j :
f I? The bride is also the granddaughter 8:30: p.m. MEN'S SUPER SAVINGS '

x,, ;r of Mrs. Mary Lawson of Starke and [ Special Group of Odds & Ends i ,

I the late Ewell Lawson. i. Did You Know........

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A reception followed the wedding Mrs. Orie Wiggins and grand- i
-. ;, at the Eglin NCO club's Blue Room daughter, Monica Nichols spent 964-7353 '
: ." with Kim Kinne assisting with pour Wednesday to Monday visiting Mrs. Master and jI----d
.: ing and serving. Sherri Wilson John Knox in Augusta, Ga. Mon:Sat. 9:30.5:30; Fri. 9:30-6:00: :
presided at the bride's book. _
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.. family and the wedding The newlyweds honeymooned in
party greeted the guests. the heart of the Garden District of MONDAY &
New Orleans, La. and are now making -
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I ',; r- Cherlr Norman, Did You Know .
Mi. and 11ra: Don l"tll'.IIId :Mi
Carter Bennett Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwin and Mrs. Gary Brewer and sow
rI Wedding June 30 Mrs. Blanche Otto'' of' Seminole and Mrs George Powell of spent July 20.21 in Gatlinburg, Tenn. I
weekend her Roseburg, Ore.,visited Mr and Mrs.
spent the with sister
Cherir Lynn Norman, of Herbert Green and Mrs. J.H. Fields
pv ty8' 4'VAui.9 darter Mrs. L.A. Canova and they attendeda Mr. and Mrs. David Mendenhalland
and Mrs. Jason
Mr. of last
\. Wednesday afternoon week. family of Atlanta spent last
4 Sr. of Plymouth, N.C., became the birthday party Saturday eveningin
with her ,
el Jacksonville for their niece, Miss Monday to Friday parents
bride of Carter Timothy Bennett, Louise Marshburn. Mrs. Reed Edwards and childrenof Mr. and Mrs J.E. Hardy. Mrs. F.W.
rfL son of Dr. and Mrs Carter Timothy Birmingham, Ala. were last Tues- Mendenhall of Jacksonville joinedthe
Bennett, Sr. of Plymouth, N.C. on day and Wednesday visitors of Mr family on Tuesday.
Sunday, June 30 in the First Baptist Douglas Seymour of Miami was and Mrs. J.T Lawson.
Church in Plymouth, N.C. home for the weekend and attendedhis Shaw Buck of Groveland was Sun-
Following the ceremony a recep- BHS class reunion. Mrs. Pat Blackstone and son, day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
tion was held at the Plymouth Country Gary of Dallas, Texas, are guests Herbert Thomas.
Club. Peggy Shaller who was in Alachua this week of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill
The bride is the granddaughter of General Hospital for five days and at Kingsley Lake. The Hills also had Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ware of
Mrs. Lois Cox and great niece of Robbie Shaller who was in Bradford as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Climax, Ga. and grandchildren,
Miss Rosa Moore, both of Starke, : Hospital, Inc. for a week for obser- Barney Null of Fernandina Beach and Tracy Ware of Dallas,
who attended the wedding and :';..11IMolly- ? vation and treatment. have returned and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Russell of Texas were Sunday guests of Mr.

reception.The A. Robinson home. Jacksonville. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief.
newlyweds plan to live in the Robert G.Pierce
Boston area where the groom i1VlWRilitB/1AJi1sRililsli 4. i
Mrs.CT, Bennett assumes his new duties as super Mr. and Mrs. John Townsend and +wE
visor of Domino's Pizza in Boston. Molly Anne Robinson, daughter,Quinn of Tallahassee were .. .
Robert George Pierce Sunday visitors of Mrs. L.A. Canova npLACEMATS JOANN'S .._.. .
and Mrs. Blanche Otto '
Chltty Nead Wedding The John FordsTo Plan Autumn WeddingThe i ,- i

from 5A) Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Hernandezand
page Celebrate 50th parents of Molly Anne Robin
son and Robert George Pierce announce son, Carlos Hernandez, Jr. A Gift
Mrs. George Roberts,Jr.Seated at a Anniversary Aug. 3 the engagement and approaching returned Wednesday of last week I Speciality Shop

round table covered with a pink ruffled Mr. and Mrs. John Ford will marriage of their from two weeks trip to eight states in U.S. 301 South Acre Irom Norman Market Ii
underliner overlaid with a white wedding children. the midwest and also California.
their an-
celebrate golden
lace cloth were Mrs. Kevin Tillmanof niversary at a reception Saturday, The bride-elect is the daughter of Enroute they visited the Grand Ca- :,t Open 10 a.m. til 5:30: ROCKET ROUNDS !
Goodyear, Ariz and Miss Nancy Aug. 3, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the First Mrs. R.E. Robinson of Cleveland, nyon, Petrified Forest and Sequoia X14 Closed Wed. A Sun. C ERAMC WATERMELON BASKETS
Payne, who presided over the Presbyterian Church Fellowshiphall Tenn. and the late Mr. R.E. Robin- National Forest. They also spent the I ((904)) 964-8347 OLIECTIBLES -Ft
in Miami. i!
bride's guest book. A spray of fabric given by their seven children.All weekend visiting relatives .hlWtSIi1AJlRlffllWFIJiJaIAWlSIi1J.il .
roses, made especially for the occasion friends and relatives are In- son.Molly is a graduate of the University .
were placed on the table. vited to attend. of Tennessee Knoxvile, Tenn.,
Decorating the reception room with a bachelor of science degree in
were large ficus trees, areca palms, education and is employed as a
schefflera plants, large tropical Crlffls Reunion kindergarten teacher at First Bap-
ferns and arrangement of flowers in Planned for Aug. 3 tist Family Life Center in Cleveland,,
the brides chosen wedding colors. Tenn.
The bride's table was covered witha The Griffis family reunion will be The bridegroom is the son of
white floor length lace tea cloth, held Saturday, Aug. 3 starting at Judge and Mrs. George H. Pierce of
which was placed over a white ruffl-' noon at the Raiford Community Starke.
ed satin floor length underliner. The Center in Raiford. Rob is a graduate of Troy State lk//
lace cloth was gracefully draped into Families are asked to bring a University, Troy, Ala., with a
large hanging scallops around the covered dish and any information on bachelor of science degree in AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE A
side of the table and at each corner. the family histroy they have as in marketing and is employed at
At the top of each lace scallop were bibles, pictures or albums. Also American Uniform Company in 0 Sale prices good thru Sat, Aug. 3rd, /
fastened an arrangement of roses anyone having any information of Cleveland, Tenn.
and tulle made especially for the occasion Matthews Gay Griffis or Elize Starling The couple will be married at 4:30
from organdy and taffeta Griffis will be appreciated.For pm., Saturday, Oct. 5th at First)
that the bridal attendants dresses more information call Inez Baptist Church, Cleveland, Tenn,
were fashioned from. Centering the Faulk, 964-5678 or Reba Netta Griffis All friends and relatives are invited -
table was a large tiered white wed- 964-5617 or contact Jerome Grif- to attend.

ding cake, with strawberry pink filling fis, 230 East St, Jacksonville 32206or y ...
Each layer was separated by Mildred Griffis, 964-5409. vnf.AS
tall pillars and floral arrangementsof First Baptist Church;
sweetheart rose buds, Peruian ActivitiesJuly
lilies, alestromeria and baby'sbreath. Laurie Williams July
An impressive fountain Honored at a Tea was a great month for youth HEAD & SHOULDERS TAMPAX TAMPONS SHASTA DIAL or ZEST

spray arrangement of spiked white activities at First Baptist Church, 0 SHAMPOO SODA BATH SOAP
ixiums was placed on the top cake Miss Laurie Williams, whose mar Starke. In fact, teenagers have been
layer. The square bottom layer was riage to Bruce Tucker will be an involved in church activities all MICR
encircled with mums, pompoms and event of Aug. 10 in Milan, Tenn.,was summer long! Of tO
daiseys arranged on a bed of airy honored at an afternoon tea Tuesday Earlier this summer, a great host 1.00 CHOICEOF
ferns. The bridal bouquet was plac- ,July 23 given by Mrs. Ervin An- of teen-agers participated as Vaca- -1.00"FREE *-. 79 2100
ed in the center front of the table for drews, Mrs. W.S. Haas, Mrs. A. tion Bible School workers under the CONCENTRATE TYPES
added interest. Cutting the bride's Russell Norman, Mrs. Helen supervision of adult leaders. Our FOR 4-OZ or LOTION =: limit 1 z. I : OL
cake were Mrs. Drew Reddish and Oglesby,Mrs. M.A. Payne, Sr., Mrs. young people also experienced the _7-02. 2 TYPES 5 TYPES
Mrs. J.E. Denmark.The S.L. Peek, Jr., Mrs. Norman Red excitement of this summers youth
groom's cake table was ding, Mrs. Carl Torode and Mrs. choir tour through the state of 0 _
covered with a white lace cloth overa Frank Mitchell, Jr. at the home of Georgia.In c0 _
yellow ruffled liner. The tiered all the latter in Green Acres. July an excited group of young :: WI I
chocolate cake was topped with a Standing in the receiving line were people from First Baptist Church attended I 1
yellow arrangement of Peruian the honoree, Mrs. Neil Tucker and the Youth Evangelism Con / jI p V
lilies, and a comical'ball and chain'. Mrs. Howard Tucker of Keystone ference in Tampa on July 18-20. Two _! LAen I
Surrounding the cake were mums, Heights who were presented with of our youth Chuck Coburn and Matt _
pompoms and daisies on, beds of pink carnation corsages. Bryant also attended the Youth
ferns. Cutting and serving the The tea table in the sunroom was Evangelism School The Youth k '.
grooms .cake: were .Mrs, '.James covered with a hand crocheted cloth Evangelism Conference. .ItaeH : AzzA An'LON' IIC eIErOSAaIS.. +,N KPSOKNT >a ,*R '
Crosby and Mrs. Fred Snell of St. over yellow and centered with a featured exciting speakers and. 69GCOSMETICR2efl flCOiYM/u14CAAA t TOOTHWTI
Augustine.On yellow silk flower arrangement. At Christian music groups. / ?9CMCNlOFI 4 S.6.02.Rxe'eredeame
the opposite side of the room points of interest were hanging The conference served to inspire a / oflliM, limt 2
was placed a long table, overlaid baskets of blooming plants. Mrs. deeper spiritual committment to
with white lace cloths over a white Mary Ramsey of Jacksonville God and a new excitement for the:
ruffled floor length underliner. presided at the punch bowl. Lord Jesus Christ on the part of the I
Large ferns were placed at each end The hostesses presented the bride- youth. 'Neutralte1Nie
of the table and the bridemaids bou- to-be with a platter to her chosen IU95Y ((3
quets were placed along the lengthof china pattern as a memento of the w,. TR[NOgTNaw
the table. Centered on the table occasion. Martha Struth, E1 E4T11f0. :
was a silver punch bowl from which Calling between the hours of 3:30 Johns ;
punch was served by Mrs. Julia Rip- and 5:30 were 125 invited guests. Douglas ...
plinger,cousin of the bride,and Mrs. Plan Oct. Wedding --- t trl
Marion Payne, Sr. Mrs. Lou Struth and Merrill Struth tiSAUV HANSfN S'LASH.DN STYlI"l MOUSSE STIII"'H CAPSULES ,
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Another punch bowl was set up at Two Birthdays announce the engagement and NAIL CANE PRODUCTS e LOTION S'h-DZ. a "UZ. 3 TYPES 110'. a .rAtms
the far end of the room and was ap- OFF R'g, 14010450 W'o 4ml 2 :
covered in identical cloths and Celebrated SundayRick proaching marriage of their
Martha Ellen to John
underskirts as the other refreshment Stephens, who turned 35 last Johns Jr. ./ :
Douglas _
tables. Serving punch at this Thursday and son, Dane, who was An October wedding is planned
silver service were Mrs. Don Rar- two years old on the same day, with further announcement given
don and Mrs. Donald Carter. celebrated the double occasion with later. ,yyy, aNYTAM
One of the focal points of interestwas a family picnic dinner Sunday at the ht

the bride's formal portraits, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Yu o y' ? unt E
which were displayed on a tall easel. Agner home on Kingsley Lake.A Did You Know........... CU omorm 4p oALnro.e.rrrrwIntAMNS .
Tropical plants, palms and ferns mexican buffet picnic dinnerwas m3
Mike King of Leesburg spent last 2C
surrounded the display. Along-side served on the dock.
week with his mother, Mrs. Walter PRO-LINE ( unl ASPIRIN :
was was encircled a large bulletin with a draped board bridal which friends The ate 30 their family dinners members from tables and King. e 6 FOOL er CUrl14OAa 5 e 9 9 xITEA CURLY 1 eR ONE 1 e 19 R0T1L2E Of 50LoAnoL ,:

wreath garland of orange blossomsand set up on the dock. l0Lu.w ,.
read"Congratulations Sandra & Mr. and Mrs. Brad Carter and sor '
of Arcadia the weekend witt .
Tony". .......... spent .
out rice bags were little Did You Know.. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxi # ....
Hand Diana Reddish! Carter, Jr. and family.
WillHary Mrs. Jessie Mae Sanford and Miss ,
Emily Hartley, Macy Stephens, ,
Tray Crosby and Morgan Lois Thomas of Jacksonville were Stephen Hall and Susan Gordon o
Reddish. Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs I '. ,
Assisting in serving were Mrs. R.C. Buford. Rodney Hall and Mr. and Mrs. R.O i

Sonny Tenly, Mrs. Andy Baldree, Dansby over the weekend. wf/PSUE9
Mrs.' Rodney Griffis, Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle were ____
Gissy, Mrs. Jim Duncam, Jose touring in the New England states, Mrs. Randolph Crosby and Mrs / FLEET NaNlp INmx ENTIRE STOCK OF
Mrs. Hutcheson the Bob McClung of Maxville were Sun 4.9YITAMNE 77C DISPOSAILE 5DOlo FDsnllllANT ,
Prevatt, Rudolph Kentucky and Tennessee past ENEMA 4 S4U. 44.95'-PROSUIII SUNGLASSES -
Mrs. Dewey McKinney, Mrs. Betty three weeks. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Maxi 10'.4001.0, N0000P3.1 OFF l.7 SO HUM I
Carter Sr.
Hadsock of Lakeland Ga., Mrs. _j f ---
Michael Whalen of Nashville, Tenn.
and Mrs. Candice Whitelow of FACMION.<.rACCiUiiORI \ ffB 4 t !_ _..=
Jacksonville. OIIT. CHINA ILVIIV.. CMV4TA1. .. .c/; c0 N >t r y'o 0t 1
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couple is residing at Ortega Woodsin ,::' .:.. ,-
Jacksonvile. LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT SHOP,, eoorir I
The bride attended the Florida _. ,c I.!HN10NAW'TJ I rruwwwlM. I

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\ : Members of the Bradford High School Class of 1175 who met recently at
\ Starke Golf and County Club for their 10 year reunion were Bottom HowL
?4.,,, ..v'v ? "' I ( to R): Lewis Smith.Jr.,Otha Miller Larry Paterson; Michael Slocum,.
y ; 't'ih"" Randy Martin. Matt Hull, Kevin Meng, Alan Norton. 2nd Row (L to R)t
I' Richard Seize, Donna Pauley Solze, Debbie Whlthead Stone Jan Searle
McRae Lisa Sweat morgan Peggy Allen Nettles, Beth Chapman
Blalock, Eve Futch Jones Cindy Smith White Vorease Patrick Jones,
Nancy Lee Norman. Becky Hutching, Amy Blalock Williams. 3rd Row (L
r 1 1a to R): Deborah Bright Barber Tla Thornton Osborne, Donna Wright
RowtH. Cathy Wood Milliard. Vicky Williams Gaines Gina Crosby
Jackson, Kin Hodges Morgan, Rhoda Jones Wainwright, Alice Atwood
Clance, Karen Reddish Gaunt, Karen Perm. Brown Susan Mary
Gasklns. Debbie Edwards Hull Anna Sherlng Teston. 4th Row (L to R)t
Donald Kelly, Dwight Barber, Barbara Crosby Estes Sandra Mann
Dryfus, Teresa Buchalter Fugatt. Tommy Wise, Mary Ann Lyons. David
Kllby, Joy Starling Schiller. Tina Kelly Dobbs Terry SmIth Diane
Gasklns Graudons. Delores Brown Hawes. Beth Crew Atwood, Christy
Lewis Reddish Joy Lalne Tetstone. 5th Row (L to R)t Randy Williams
James Perdue. Robert Fugutt, Mike McRae, Diane Yawn Mulllns, Don-
nie Thomas Joe Cox. McCoy White Lester Johns Randal Thomas Keith
Tetstone. Donald Wheeler. Eugene Hudson Donnie Nettles Mark Bruno
Mark Illldreth. Top Row (L to R): Johnny Hobbs Benny Carter Glenn
Mulling. Mary Sullivan. Jimmy Scott Donnie Sewell Tommy Reddish.
Randy Chilly, Dale Haas.

Class of 1975 10th ReunionThe I

Bradford High School clippings from the Telegraph, pic-
< t r graduating class of 1975 held its tures, ribbons, a graduation program
i r Ft tenth year class reunion on Satur- and other 'scrapbook' items.
day, June 15 at the Starke Golf and Copies of the Bradford County
Country Club. Telegraph for that year were also
The day began early as approx- displayed.The .
::1: imately 25 graduates, with their tables were decorated with
._ :. families, met for a picnic lunch. scarlet and gray helium filled
Although plans to swim were rained balloons tied to mint filled baskets
: 11. w' out, the group enjoyed the informal with ribbons of the opposite color.
I1 time together to meet each others A steak
supper was served at 8
Did you know children and visit. p.m.; awards were presented at 9
The reunion continued that evening p.m. and entertainment began at
MierKiv iJ/! / at the club house.A 9:30: p.m.
II Mr and Mrs. Gerald Norman and large scarlet and gray banner Approximately 80 graduates and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald welcomed the Class of '75 and a four of their former teachers en-
Sapp in Booster, La. last week. bulletin board was filled with joyed the evening of memories and
e mementoes of football programs, renewing friendships.

I t! :: \IJ. J ;" -;..... II Mrs. EmmaRene Weaver return-
--z/JC 1J.-\: ..,;: # ed Monday after a week in North 1 1By
L- II Florida Regional Hospital following Community News I
surgery. Among her visitors was her
rJ.'t- ;;::] son, Buddy Weaver of Atlanta.
",, !I : : Elizabeth G. Walker Corley and family of Deland, Lillian
I --- / Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Loudon of Tam- Phone 964-6683 Thomas and family of Melbourne,
;". YYDInA reYTrvUAhP/ pa visited Mrs. Margaret Jackson Eddie Green of Jacksonville, and
., \ M( r- _II and family the past 10 days. Pleasant Grove United Methodist Lena Green and family of Cocoa.
\ Church and community honored
I I"ahP'Of''
Descendants of
I Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Mrs. Cassie Dell Saturday night for Ullie Scurry ta at-
I 1$>.;.;,;.;;. 1'11'f..:.:': y" July 13.25 at Daytona Beach. spent They the loyal service she has given to the tendance were: Endna Mae Scurry
i> were joined church and The of Ft. Myers, and Sean Flemming
by Mr. and Mrs. Desso community. activitywas
W1 and family
2 PEN igOL' j Forman and children on July 13-18 given in the church annex. Ft. Myers.
:: :: : I Itgg and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes and Descendants of Susie Sibert in attendance -
; TYPING PAPER PENCILS children from July 2026. The Philadelphia Baptist Churchof were Valarie Sibert and
Lawtey will be honoring the an- family of Alachua.
PACK Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and niversary Sunday, Aug. 4. Minister
: OF mE ;' I Mrs. Jimmy Clements and Sammy Demps will be the speakerat .
] p daughters of Sanford spent the the 11:00 service. The public is invited
[ n r1U, PACK 3100 89 31 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert to attend. Rev. Cain Turner, Airman R.R. Milner
Green. Pastor.
FREE'! ar ew : : PAC Of F VillOwor IIII Completes

200 ASSORTEDfifcj Mrs. George Werre and Mrs. Alva Concerned Citizens of Bradford Airman Richard R. Milner, son of
Padget of Lake Butler drove County, Inc. Come Together Day Robert J. and Hilda S. Milner of
: :" 1 ""d"" I n I Werre to Orlando where he boarded will be observed Saturday, August 3, Starke, has been assigned to KeeslerAir
= :06 e : : the Northwest Orient plane for at R.J.E. Complex.The Force Base, Miss., after com
: .... Bismarck service will at pleting Air Force basic training.
:. N.D. to attend the Werre opening begin
: :: II i I Ii' family reunion. He spent the rest of 8:30: with a basketball tournament at During the six weeks at Lackland
the week 9:00 and lunch served at Air Force Base, Texas the
visiting his six sisters and : 12:00: a
\ flrf} ,. I" WJ.. III two brothers. He returned by Softball tournament at 1:30 and a studied organization the Air and Force customs mission, and,
.. Republic Airlines to Orlando where crab boiling at 5:00.:
--- -- he Ths is invited to attend to received special training in human
---- was met by Mrs. Werre on July public
v /a::; =-- -- relations.In .
23. enjoy the fun.
2 fOR 2 g9q addition, airmen who complete
". 9gc MEMO SOON 1 no ... ..W 450 .. SCHOOL .... .. ;:<; Mt *fcnd basic training earn credits towardan
Mrs. Joe
8S' !!liD' .lll1e'l1'1 BMC.I, a.l.. ,. -' '' .. SOtT"Htg. '77 AC ICII.ORS II Cissy and'daugJrter associate degree through the
Pt 8ttK aCil AP Mrs.
Karen Johnson and Family ReunionThe Community College of the Air Force.
= ;;'I : son, Joshua of Gainesville and Franklin family had a family The airman will now receive
1 .J. ; / II Lake grandson Asbury, Michael visited Merrilees Mrs. of .eunion July 6-7 in Lawtey. specialized instruction in the air
.. Gissy'sparents Many of the Franklin relatives operations fields.
;; n \1 p' ': '.. ,.f$ t> < Mr. and Mrs. Edward began arriving in Lawtey on Friday His wife, Susan, is the daughter of
... ; / III Kreyenbuhlin Leopold, W. Va. last
'f' I lid:- '.i !III... ,/ week. evening for this occasion. Bill and Joyce A. Miller of
c : They also visited Dr. and
: ? Mrs.
I \ ,.......,!'..,.Jrl.'. ..... I '" Dennis Hoodlewis in Greenville, S.C. relatives On Saturday gathered evening at the, all spacious of the Gainesville.The airman. is a 1979 graduate of
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.:ffA! ; ..: .." "I'" home of Robert and Ineater Bradford High School.
1 II
Duplicate Club
n -, ,- Bridge results for Franklin to greet and become better
f--- July 23 were: first Evelyn Griffin acquainted.This .
Mr. and Mrs.
ZIPPfR POUCH UMP WIth lit::: SCHOOL BOX ; gathering was a most Sgt. A.W. Griffis
19C i 4\99 3 9 9 9 s3cuLons Ed Faikel third Lucile Green and
Reg. 29- tacit CIOCN ., 118g 59ich R80. II memorable one. There was a feast Receives Award
8. 8 Margie Thomson. spread with all kinds of foods. Dur-
-- ing this old-fashioned gathering, For SuggestionMaster

t ;Q I : : III IIIq Lake Mrs.was Jerry given Moran a surprise of Kingsley birthday each him/herself relative by family introduced and descen Sgt. Aubrey W. Griffis, son

} 1 \ son dinner Jerry July, 24 at by LaPasta her husband Fresca and dent. of Lawtey Lemmie, received L. and$171.00 B.J.for Griffis submit-of
On Sundat all of
the fami-
,,'\ $ ...;--...;;: I ... Restaurante in Orange Park with 20 ly members morning gathered at the ting a suggestion that was implemented -
guests attending. After dinner the through the Air Force
} v .I Philadelphia Baptist Church for the .
1" Suggestion Program.The
guests were taken for a tour of the morning service. James
new LaPasta Restaurante on Wells program was established to
-.. -'-" -" Rd., Orange Park which will open in a member ot the family, delivered motivate personnel to suggest waysto
LICENSED FUN NECK DRAnlNU ADVANTAGE early August.Mr. the sermon for the morning worship. increase effectiveness and efficiency -
4 79 AeCe.6eTA9.99Aeg. lAMP 2J,99 TAllE 9\8$ r2J19FIA0NAeE. Family members came from in the Air Force and other
12.89 39.89
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T.99 states as far away as New York, government operations and to pro
and Mrs. B.J. Eggers spent Ohio North Carolina, South vide a formal channel for com-
1\\1\\:'\\\\r.V'lj jll'l' -- -.:' 0--- d! the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.John Carolina, California and Texas, as munication between managementand
\\I\\\ ",: ,..;; .!.=...: III Eggers in Orlando.Mr. well as many parts of Florida. personnel.
-- Griffis, combat
a arms trainingand
The descendents of Robert and
Rochelle Franklin,Sr. in attendancewere maintenance chief with the 56th
and Mrs. J.T. Lawson were
v' Combat
i III Support Group at MacDill
: James Franklin and of
last family
Friday luncheon guests of Dr.
Air Force Base Fla.
i received the
f ; : and Mrs. Houston; Robert Franklin, Sr. and <
Will Selser at Twin Lakes,
;; award for M-16 rifle
_I ;:-,, improving procedures
I "::'- : ; """ ..:.L II Interlachen.The family of Lawtey; Marian Houston in his section.
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\ I.igr N.\ TKI.KOKAPII August I, "'H5

I IlFootball i \ Practice Begins at BHS .. : '. :;;,. :'

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!" '\ Bradford School Head Coach Consent forms have been mailed, defensively and better offensively in ' '. ' ," ,, .:: ., ....:..: i
High "' .
another at both the running and passing ;, : ::, ::: ::,,, ; :. : :. ,. ; .: ",, : :, : ";; 1
David Hurse has announced that the but if misplaced, pick up games. .... >
I Bradford High Tornadoes will begin the field house. These forms must The Tornadoes will be playing in t
be completed by the first day of the 3-A Division once again this ', .
official varsity football practice sessions ,
: .
due to the FHSAA's '. :. ; ;
August 15 at 9 a.m. practice, year ': : .' .
reclassification of schools .
last year. .
Junior begin .
varsity practice '
August 22. However, Hurse is en- New Coach... Only one opponent, Baker County of .. '1' ::. 1 1I

couraging all who plan to play this The Tornadoes have a new defen- Macclenny was on the Tornado 'h.\V'\ p iI i-\\ .",. f
fall to work out on their own in ad- sive secondary coach. schedule last year. Some of the I .I(. ''I'I" :
vance. Jerry Kaminski brings 6 years experience others, the Tornadoes have met in '" ;
Hurse says over half the ,4 at the college level and 2 previous years. i'' : :
occur in the first three Injuries at the high school level,in coming to The Tornadoes will play six home : : :
practice, so everyone needs to be in SUrke from Illinois. games this year: West Nassau : NOTICE
excellent physical condition when Coach Hurse says there are still September 27; Inverness October 4; y r
they report. openings for an offensive line coach Macclenny October 11; Paxon "
Hurse is also encouraging all in- and for a JV coach,but he said he expects (Homecoming) November 1; :' ;I
volved in the passing game to reportto to have those filled before Tavares November 15,and Santa FeNoven.ber ," OF
the Field House each afternoon to practice begins.Of : 22. ,
work out. Quarterbacks are now the team, Hurse said ,"If all Away games will be at: Williston _
reporting at 5 p.m.each afternoon to players we had in the spring come September 13; Fernandina Beach
throw. In case of rain,workouts are out, we'll be capable of having the September 20; North Marion October TAX INCREASEThe
held in the gym. finest club we've had in 7 or 8 years. 18; and Bishop Kenny October
Hiirxp sniff Phv.irnl nnH P".1 He said the team will be Quicker 25.

Pop Warner 1985 Football Schedule School Board of Bradford County ;

will soon consider a measure to increaseits

Readyfor Fighting Tornadoes of Bradford High property tax levy of 4.560 percent.


County Pop Warner Sept.Sept. .20 13 Williston Fernandina There There A portion of the tax levy is required

Football practice begins today Sept. 27 West Nassau Home
(Thursday August 1) at 5:30: p.m.at under state law in order for the school
the Edwards Road Complex. Oct 4 Inverness Home

Boys and girls ages 7-14 may still Oct 11 Macclenny Home board receive 8426553.00 in state
sign up at the practice each field weekday.from Oct. 18 North Marion There to
5:50.7:30: p.m.
However, each team has a max- Oct. 25 Bishop Kenny There education The required portionhas
imum and all teams are filling up. Nov. grants.
1 Paxon Homecoming Home
Each football player is required to
put in 10 hours of conditioning prac- Nov. 8 open increased by 7.85 percent and
full ,
into equip-
tice prior to going Nov. 15 Tavares ,Home
ment,so please take your child on in
and sign up as soon as possible.For Nov. 22 Santa Fe Home represents approximately eight-tenths of
more information, contact;

Commissioner 964-8592, President H. Larry F. Wiggins Noegel the total proposed taxes.

964-7354,or Cheerleader Coordinator
Sheila Padgett 964-5753.

I! Seventh Annual Starke Fun Run Set The remainder of the taxes is proposed

solely at the discretion of the school
The 7th Annual Starke Fun Run to 7-10,with trophies to first-place win- Jaycees of Keystone, Starke City
benefit the Bradford Association for ners in all age groups. There will Police, Hardee's, McDonald's,
Retarded Citizens is schedule for also be trophies for first-place male Coach Jerry McGriff and Coach board.
Saturday,Sept. 7. and female winners over-all in both George Loper. All proceeds go to
races,second and third-place prizesto benefit the Bradford Association for
There'will" be two races, 10,000 all age groups, and trophies for Retarded Citizens.Community .
Meters and the One-Mile race, with
the oldest and youngest runner.

: the from first the race Community beginning at State 8:30 Bank a.m. registration Pre-registration on race is day$5, with$6. Day... All concerned citizens are invited to a

parking lot. Registration forms are available at In conjunction with the Fun Run,
Races will be run in 12 divisions: the Bradford County Telegraph and the Community State Bank of Starke public hearing on the. tax increase to be
Women's 13-under,14-19,20-29,30-39( Community State Bank. will have its annual Community Ap-
40-over, and Men's 13-under, 14-19, The event is sponsored annually preciation Day following the race
2.2f( 26-29,30-39,40-49, and 50-over. by the Bradford County Telegraph You're invited to come and bring the held on ,August, 5, 1985, .qt\ rOp: P. ll. A \ I
petal: trophies will be awarded and the.Commtutfty State Bank of famU ..forJree.:entertainmentf I
to1 l-mile winners, children 2-6 and Stllrk .: with wrwlnl thanks tn- free hot dogs and cokes. .( DECISION on proposed tax increase will

I Golfcourse Questionable for Tournament be made at the hearing.

: "Questionable" is how Club Pro Wet grounds forced postponmentof 1 lie Club: championship is played
Herb Herres described the Starke the tourney, originally scheduledfor with five flights: the Championshr.:
I Golf and Country Club course for July 19-20, and Herres said the Flight, in which no \
this weekend's scheduled Club condition of the course is "still not and 4 flights based on handicap. "
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-I.venue. General Special Revenue Debt Service Capital Pro.ets Internal Service Trust 8 Aaency Fundsk

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State'Federal Sources 9.. ::>.-54.80.9 ;--! ':tro_ -- -___-.L---' 150 -0Q7- .. ----- --

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BOND BALANCES July 1.1985 ;: 12L.358 ._____ ___ ..
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TOTAL REVENUES ANO BALANCES. =11. _164 67R _=== .c==J.=dU q'i'i.---=. -== =:=-=- =--"
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409,821 I
Instruction 6.380.187
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4200 I
Pupil P.rsonnel Services 383.311 '
Inltructjgnal Media Services 311.311 10.006Instructiono1TCurr .

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D..olopmont S.rvlc.s' 219.910 ,650. '
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Instructional Staff Training .25.488 :
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Board LIf Education 138,785 ,
General Administration 1 ,R1 .Q 0 75nss, .
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School Administration 50.714
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Facilities_ Acquisition Con.tructlon. 216.2 '
.Fiscal Services 157 .1 ;1 '
Foos .rv c.s 7q6 ,150 .
C.ntro1 1 S.rvicss 11fS,2Q; '
Pupil Tran s Hat on S..Otkn_.. 1/11 'A71 .

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.TOTAL EXPENDITURES'" -11'. 64678--- --'f1n:9S5 ,,' 11 .,..;"I ..,"
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.Transfers Out 386,860 181,136
.'. Fund Balance 6/30/86 '. 506.186 "
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,TOTAL EXPENDITURES 8 BALANCES .164,67a 1.313.955 ,: ,
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.. her foot onto onto third base just in time with Cathy Jo Jackson looking on

i I Jonathan Ferguson, left, reaches for the out but Monika Williams got from the pitchers mound. And he got it...

Brad Neighbors Is about to make a catch for the A's Tuesday to send
one of the Cub's batters back to the bench.

I ; Starke Dixie AE-Stars Bid for State Title I i ',. -

:: ICy : 'harles Francis carry some impresssive statistics to role in our winning the District", strike-outs in 11 innings, or Francis
Sunday morning at 10 a.m, the Bartow. Seven starters are batting stated Coach Elder, "as well as fine who was 1-0 or Jackson, who made
Starke American All-Star Dixie Ma- above .300, led by Jeff Carver 11-19 defensive play by Ashley Alday, two appearances in Middleburg.Elder .
jor Baseball team will pack their (.579), Donnie Francis 9-18 (.500)), Jamie Bowen, John Dempsey,
uniforms, equipment, a lofty team and David Elder 7.)9 (.368). Jeremy Crawford, and $.B. will be assisted in Bartow by
batting average of .342, dreams of Francis leads the team in runs Prevatt." Edward Akridge, Dennis Crawford,
winning a state title, and head for scored with 13: followed by Carver The team had an on-base averageof John Dempsey, and Emory Prevail.
I Uartow. with 10, Devin Jackson 9, and Elder .583 with 186 at-bats and 100 timeson The team and coaching staff
Coach Dwight Elder is optimistic 8. JacKon: and Francis hit 3 HR's base, scoring 60 runs. would like to thank the Starke
about the chances of the Starke teamin each followed by Carver's 2 and Elder has not decided on a pit- Recreation Department, City Commission

chasing the state crown. He says, Elder 1."Timely. ching rotation for the opening gameat County Commissioners, ..-. .... -.
"Our kids believe in one another and 6 p.m. Monday against the TG'Y, Western Steer; Monk, Farn- -...-... f'J'4<"' bo.f>
i coach. has hits sworth Roberts ... .. .._ ..'het 'w:
are easy to Everyone a by Andy Goodowns District 1 Champions. He can Insurance Agency 1"" .
good team attitude and work well (,333), Reggie Sheffield (.333), choose from David Elder, 2-0 in the and Lake Chevrolet for financial V'S :yJ ,.r ;;. ''---_

it together." Jackson (.313), Randy Milton (.300)) district games, striking out 30 in 13 assistance and support in making ': : : ; .I :

The District 7 Champions will and Link Bishop (.273)) played a key innings; Reggie Sheffield, 2-0 with 21 the trip to Bartow. :. ; :.b1i. >' _./" '

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Royals Royals 10 Padres 8 :: .

The Cubs rolled over the A's 13-4 in The A's defeated the Royals 7-4 for for 18-6 extra July bases 17. in beating the Twins The Royals picked up 9 runs in the : ::}t.\!:: :

Jr. Softball action July 16 their first win of the season July 17. Darren Evans and Rhonda first two innings, and held on for a
I Blake Thomas was the big bat for Leading the A.'sat the plate were Bryant 10.8 win over the Padres July 19. __ ,
I the Cubs, going 4-4 with a home run. David Bridges 2-4 and Jay Groves were 6-tt for the Padres, with Evans .Don Roberts went 4-4 for the .. .,'..to;.; ru ire. .'rY,..,,, ,, _. .',..... .' ..... {
hitting home and 3 and .. <
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Latara was and Jonathon Ferguson 2-5. Royals, with John Loper hitting a .. [
and Chris Burgin 2-4 with a home Don Roberts and John Loper were Bryant 3 triples and a double. Cathy home run.Leading. ,..... a.y .. J
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run a each 2-3 with doubles for the Royals. F 4t'J J
tany Bula also had doubles. the Padres were Shane

Matt Traylor was 3-4 with a home Green 4-4, Paul Smith 3-5 with a Making it count... J J I
Michael Groves was 3-4 and Matt run, and Paul Smith 2-4 with a dou home run and 2 doubles) and Darren
Taylor 2-4 for the A's. Padres 18 Twins 6 ble for the Twins. Evans 3-5 with 2 doubles. Blake Thomas pitching for the Cubs puts one over the plate during the ,

A's and Cubs game Tuesday. ;

I 11 Legal Notices 1 1J

t i I. Phillip D. Hayes am no IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ministration has been July 2\ 1985 before the West door of Copies of this proposed IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF owner, doing business J
longer responsible for FLORIDA EIGHTH FOR BRADFORD COUNTY mailed are required The Town of Brooker will the County CourthouseIn Admendment may be THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL under the firm name of
any bills 'made by JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FLORIDA WITHIN THREE MONTHS receive bids for: the City of Starke, obtained at the CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Marty' Roofing 222 N.
\ anyone other than AND FOR BRADFORD CIVIL DIVISION FROM THE DATE OF THE Class C Operator: You Bradford County Superintendent's Offices BRADFORD COUNTY, Temple Starke, intendsto ,I
myself 7/183tpd 8/1 COUNTY CASE NO. 85.75-CP FIRST PUBLICATION OF must be able to take Florida starting at the between 8 A.M. FLORIDA register sold fictitious 1
t Case No 85.227TRANSOUTH 1.3658 THIS NOTICE to file any bacteriological reports 15th day of August 19S9. and 4 P.M., Monday PROBATE DIVISION name under the
MORTGAGE IN THE ESTATE OF objections they may and send to D.E.R., at 3:30: p.m., the follow through Friday. CASE NO.: 85.73.CP. aforesaid statute. ;
& CORPORATIONOF ETHAN A. SAPP. Deceas have that challenge the maintain operation ing described property This Is In compliancewith ((1-3697)) Dated this 29 day of ,
I R f IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FLORIDA. Plaintiff ed. validity of the decedent's records check plant set forth In the Order of the Florida Statutes, IN RE: The Estate of July. A.D. 1985 In Bradford
+. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- vs. ROBERT SIENKIEWICZand NOTICE OF AD will the qualifications of equipment (Chlorinator Final Judgment Chapter 120.54 as DOROTHY M. MILLS, County. 8/14t 8/22
', CULT IN AND FOR BRADFORD BARBARA MINISTRATIONTO the personal representative Booster Pump Well Lot 4 of Block B, enacted by the 1974 Deceased. 1
COUNTY. SIENKIEWICZ his wife, ALL PERSONS HAVING or the venue or Pump), take chlorine Plnehurst Subdivision Florida Legislature NOTICE OF AD. NOTICE OF INTENTION i
!t FLORIDA. Defendants CLAIMS OR jurisdiction of the court. residuals and keep plant recorded In Plat Book 2, Jim Duncan Superintendent MINISTRATIONThe TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS t
CASE NO., 85-56-CP NOTICE OF SALE DEMANDS AGAINST THE ALL CLAIMS, flow recorded Page 35 of the current Bradford County administration of NAME
((1.3643)) Notice is hereby given ABOVE ESTATE AND All DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Sanitation Station public records of Bradford Schools 2tchg 7/25 8/1 the estate of DOROTHYM. Pursuant to Section
< IN RE: The Estate of that, pursuant to a Final OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED NOT SO FILED Operator; Position Is County Florida. MILLS Deceased File 865.09, Florida Statutes
i MARIE ELEONORE IN. Judgment of Foreclosure IN THE ESTATE. WILL BE FOREVER BAR. four days per week. Dated 11'11.22 day of July, Notice of Application for No. 85-73-CP ((1.3657)) is notice Is hereby given t
I j OUYE. Deceased. entered herein, I will sell YOU ARE HEREBY RED.Date Tuesday Thursday and 1985. Tax Deed pending In the Circuit that the undersigned,
f NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION the property situated In NOTIFIED that the administration of the first Friday from nine o'clockto CLERK OF CIRCUIT NOTICE IS HEREBY Court for Bradford County William D. Craven sole l :
I Bradford County:; Florida of the publication of this Noticeof five o'clock and Saturday COURTBy GIVEN that E.M. LEWIS Florida Probate Division owner, doing business
i( The administration oft described as follows: estate of ETHAN ALLEN Administration: 1 from eight o'clock : B.uloh Moody Deputy OR EDDIE J. LEWIS the the address of under the firm name of
the Estate of MARIE A parcel of land containing SAPP deceased Case August 1985. until six o'clock with one Clerk holder of the following which Is Bradford County Suzuki of Starke, intends
kLEONORE INOUYE one acre, lying In Number 85-75-CP and Richard E. Welty hour for lunch each day. 7/29 8/1 2tchg certificates has filed said Courthouse, Post Office to register said fictitious
Deceased File No. the NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 of File Number 13658. is 954 N. Temple Avenue Bid should be on a monthly SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED certificates for a tax Drawer B. Starke, name under the foretold
J BS.S6.CP (-3643)), Is pending Section 35,' Township 6 pending In the Circuit P.O. Box 995 basis not daily.: The School Board of deed to be Issued Florida 32091. The statute.
4n the Circuit Court South Range 22 East Court for Bradford County Starke, Florida 32091 Sanitation pickup: Garbage Bradford County will thereon. The certificate names and addresses of Doted this 25 day of July.
Florida Probate Division (904)( ) 964.8050Attorney numbers and of issuance A.D. 1985 In Bradford
for Bradford County, Bradford County, pickup two days receive' bids on swill years the Personal Representative
1 Florida Probate Division Florida, and being more the address of for Personal each week, (Tuesdayand from all school the descriptionof and the PersonalRepresentative's County. 8/1 4tpd 8/22
the address of particularly described as which Is P.O. Box B.Slork. RepresentativeNOVIS Saturday). Must provide cafeterias on August 9, the property and the attorney '- .- .
which Bradford ., Florida 32091. SAPP WARD names In which It was NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Is County follows: Commence at your own Insuranceand 1985 at 1:00: P.M. Interested are set forth
Courthouse, P.O. the intersection of the The personal representative Personal Representativeof truck. Individualsmust assessed are as follows: below REGISTER FICTITIOUS
Drawer B, Starke,, Northerly right of way of the estate Is Ethan Allen Estate 8, Bids will be accepted fora bid on each school Certificate No. 6 Year of All Interested personsare NAME
j" Pursuant to Section
Florida 32091. The line of a county graded NOVIS SAPP WARD. 8/8 two year period beginning separately and bid Issuance 1983 required to file with
may 869.09 Florida Statutes
names and addresses of road and the Westerly who. address is 1100 on October 1, 1985 on one or all schools. Description of Property this court, WITHIN THREE
the Personal Representative boundary of the Easterly W. Pratt Street Stark., and ending on Copies of the bid form 40132-00101 1/4 INT OF MONTHS OF THE FIRST notice I I. hereby given
that the
and the PersonalRepresentative's 900 feet of said NW 1/4 Florida 32091. The name Notice of Application for September 30, 1987. may be picked at the 3/128 INT TO MIN PUBLICATION OF THIS undersigned I
attorney of NE 1/4 for a point of and address of the personal Tax Deed Bids must be sealed and Bradford County up School RIGHTS IN SEI/4 OF NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Harry E. Cooney and '
are set forth beginning, and run representative's NOTICE IS HEREBY received on or before Board office, 582 North SW1/4 DESC IN OR 127 against the estate and Marianna Cooney, Rt. 3 I
below. thence In a Northerly attorney are set forth GIVEN that Dempsey R. 7:30 p.m. on August Temple Av., Starke, Fl. Pg. 345 IN THE PUBLIC ((2)) any objection by an 32091 1403 Stark., Flo.. I
All interested persons direction along said below. Sapp the holder of the 13th. 1985 at P.O. Box 32091 or call Dolores RECORDS OF BRADFORD Interested person to business, joint owners under, doIng
are required to file with Westerly boundary a All persons having following certificates has 127 Brooker, Florida Morgan, Food Service COUNTY OR 127 Pg. 345 whom notice was mailed firm of Old the j
this court WITHIN THREE distance of 208.7J feet to claim or demands filed said certificates fora 32622. Coordinator at ((904) Sec 21 TWP 6-S. R20. that challenges the name Glory.
MONTHS OF THE FIRST a point; run thence in an against the estate are tax deed to be Issued The Town Council 964-6800 and a copy will Name In which assessed validity of the will, the Feed and Supplies Intends !
PUBLICATION OF THIS Easterly direction and required, WITHIN THREE thereon. The certificate reserves the right to accept be sent to you.Int.r..d Genevieve E. CrooksAll qualificrtlons( of the Personal to register said fictitious -
NOTICE ((1)) all claims parallel to aforesaid MONTHS FROM THE numbers and years of Issuance or reject any and all person of said property Representative, name under theaforesaid
against the estate and Northerly right of way DATE OF THE FIRST the descriptionof bids must have bids at the being In the County of venue, or jurisdiction of Dated this statute. of
((2)) any objection by an line, a distance of 208.71 PUBLICATION OF THIS the property and the Town Council Breaker, Bradford County School Bradford. State of the court. 29 day
July. A.D. 1985 In Bradford
Interested person to feet to a point; run NOTICE to file with the names In which Is was Florida 32622 Board Administration Florida. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
whom notice was mailed thence In a Southerly clerk of the above courta assessed are as follows: Linda Robinson, Clerk Building not later than Unless such certificateor NOT SO FILED County 8/1 4t 8/22
that challenges the direction and parallel to written statement of Certificate No. 8 Year of 8/1 8/8 IooP.M.Augu.t9,1985.S.nd: certificates shall be WILL BE FOREVER BAR.
validity of the will the aforesaid Westerly any claim or demand 1..uanc.1983 bid to: Dolores redeemed according to RED. NOTICE Is hereby
qualifications of the Personal boundary a distance of they may hove. Each Description of Property Morgan Coordinator, the law the property Publication of this given that on Monday,
claim must be In writing 15 IN described In such certificate Notice has Aug. 9, 1985 at 10:00:
Representative, 208.71 feet to aforesaid LOTS 4,9.6 OF BLK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Bradford County School begun on
venue? or jurisdiction of Northerly right of way and must indlcat. the TOWN OF NEW RIVER EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Food Service, 582 North or certificateswill August 2, 1985. A.M., the undersigned -
the court line; rjn thence In a basis for the claim the SEC: 24, TWP 6S, R20. IN AND FOR BRADFORD Temple Avenue, Starke, be sold to the Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Gator
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS .Westerly direction along name and address of the Name In which assessed COUNTY, Florida 32091. 7/29 2tchg highest bidder at the : Frleghtway. Inc. will
: NOT SO FILED said Northerly right of creditor or his agent or Arrena (Arrive) Jones FLORIDA. 8/1 court house door on the TERENCE M. BROWN. ell at public auction for
WILL BE FOREVER BAR, way line a distance of attorney, and the All of said property CASE NO: 8S3CAWARREN 3rd day of September, P.A. Post Office Drawer cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.,
RED. 708.71 feet to the pointof amount claimed. If the being )In the County of A. CAWLEY 1985. 40 Starke, Florida 32091 Jacksonville Florida,
Publication of this beginning. EXCEPT claim I I. not yet due, the Bradford, State of Plaintiff, HAROLD E.SISK. The Bradford County Dated this 11 day of Telephone: 904/964.8272 one lot of motor consigned
vs to Electric
Notice has begun on that portion described In date when It will become Florida. / Defendant 'School Board Starke, July, 1985.GILBERT Personal I Representative Motor ,
August I, 1985. quitclaim deed recordedIn due hall be stated. If Unless such certificateor NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT I Florida, will hold a Public S. BROWN : HAROLD MILLS Inc., Naples, Fla. to
Attorney for Personal O.R. .Book 61, page the claim i I. eontigent or certificates shall be TO CHAPTER 45 I Hearing on a proposed CLERK Route 3, Box 1172 satisfy freight and
R.pt.s.n.otlv.rURENCE 216 public records of unliquidated the natureof redeemed according to NOTICE IS GIVEN that .addition to Board Rule Beulah Moody Starke, Florida 32091 the storage charges, under
M. BROWN Bradford County, Florida the unc.rtalnty shall law the property described pursuant to a Final Judgment !No. 6G..4-9.22 ((4)) entitled Clerk of Circuit Court of BY: Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr 4 (b)provisions of Uniform of Section
P.A.r P.O. Drawer 40. at 'public sale, .to the be stated. If the claim I i. In such certificate or dated Jul. 15 < Special Education, on Bradford.County Florida Harold W. Mill Bill of lading. Standard
Starke. Florida 32091, highest and best bidder .secured the security certificates will be sold 1989 In Case Number August 9, 1989 at 7 P.M. 8/1 21 88NOTICE Gator
.< (904)) 964.8272Personal for cash at the front entrance shall be described. The to the highest blddor at 89-3.CA If the Circuit in the School BoardRoom NOTICE OF PUBLIC"MEETING Carrier Frelghtways.7/25 8/1
I : Representative of the Bradford claimant shall deliver the court house door on 'Court of the Eighth of the Bradford OF INTENTIONTO 13-394022 dtd 12/7/84 2tchg
: County Courthouse In sufficient copies of the the 3rd day of Judicial Circuit In and for 'County Schools' Administrative The Town Council of REGISTER FICTITIOUS.
SANDRA G. SANDERS Starke, Florida at 11:00: claim to the clerk to September, 1985. Bradford County i Offices, 582 Brooker will hold a NAME
l 833 West Madison A.M. on the tS day of enable the clerk to mail Dated this 10 day of I I Florida In which WARI I North Temple Avenue, meeting to set their tentative Pursuant to Section Subscribe Today I
Street Starke, Florida August, 1989. one copy to each personal Juno. 1985. GILBERT S. I REN A. CAWLEY I I. the :Stark., Florida. This budget and 865.09. Florida Statutes, BRADFORD COUNTY
I --,? 32091 GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk representative. BROWN. CLERK |Plaintiff and HAROLD E. Admendment will be entitled mllloge rate Tuesday notice I I. hereby ,given
By: Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. Circuit Court All person .Interested Beulah Moody :SISK, I I. the Defendant, I "Special Programs August 6, 1989. that the undersigned ''
SANDRA G. SANDERS By: Beulah Moody Deputy In the estate to who a Clerk of Circuit Court of will sell to the highest ,und Procedure for exceptional Linda Robinson Town Marty Protto, P.O. Box 964-6305
j 8188 2tchg Clerk 7/29 2tchg 8/1 copy of this Notice of Ad. Bradford County, Florida 4n

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Thursday Section August 1,1985 The The Lake Union Region County MonitorB Time sales top $.2 million Big Dollar Stores Report Earnings

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Lawtey Correctional Institute plant showBy TS, ri y 1 Y ,

Mark Frledlln I- J tr !y Y ? i (
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large crowd of plant lovers and S'' +' -
browsers gathered for the Fifth An- J 'i* '
nual Lawtey Correctional Institution .i i ir "

Plant Show Saturday, July 27.
Inmates at the institution had put
in plenty' of long hours during 1 ,' fl .;.

previous weeks to make sure the ; .,
popular show would live up to v y 1h
previous events.
Their efforts seemed to pay off as
visitors from all over the area
agreed that it was a "breathtaking"exhibit
of the ornamental hor- tl

ticulturists' art. h
The many displays included a :
large waterfall, with exotic ferns

and flowering plants cascading : W
down along the carefully placed rock ,
sides, and a huge display of prickly ta
cacti with beautiful flowers coming :i
into bloom under the hot summer .,

sun.The a
greenhouse displays were 6 tQ .r i + k'
opened up for public display right
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next to the outdoor displays; .I Irwkrrl.ah

carefully sawdusted walkways giv- 'of the same varieties growing at They have shown the Initiative and structors inmates at the institution'
ing visitors a close-up view of rows home, some of them for years, but have worked very hard along with learn many skills transferable to
and rows of carefully grown plants, they just don't look like this. They their instructors to' put on a fine professional businesses, skills whicha
many of them far larger than the have really put together a beautiful show," Fortner said. 'People in the high percentage of those releasedgo
house plants commonly seen in com- 1 display here. I hope they continue to area seem to be looking forward to on to use to improve their employ-
mercial plant stores."I put the show on." it. It's a popular event and a tributeto ment opportunities.Plants .
could try for years and I could L.C.I.Superintendent Sidney Fort- Mr. Coleman's work." grown by inmates at the
never grow a cactus as big as ner was on hand to greet many of the The show originated as an facility are sent all over the state,
these,' Mrs. Anne Henry of guests as they arrived and said he outgrowth of a special horticultural adorning government offices in-
Gainesville said ruefully as she look was "impressed" with the effort the program supervised at L.C.I.by Col- cluding the state capitol building in
ed over the display. "They take a inmates and their instructors put in- eman, who has years of experienceand Tallahassee and Governor Bob
long time to grow and a lot of to the show. skill in the art.UnderColeman .

tience. I've seen some nice ones but "We're very proud of the inmates. and! ,hisfellow_ hv See Page 5
not as big as these. I've just got to
find out how they do it..."
The inmates stationed in the
greenhouses and along the carefully
manicured pathways of the outside
exhibits were more than happy to
share some, but not always all, of
the plant growing secrets and tips
they had learned in the institution's Santa Fe CommunityCollege

horticultural program. They were

justifiably proud of their .
achievements. ,
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J elderly strolled home over gardeners the vine-covered as they and Welcomes Those Entering its

1 bridge connecting the outdoor
displays with the greenhouse area.
\ plants can't take a lot of "CO
Premier Class for Fail 1985.
1 stress if you want them to grow as ,, _
big as these. They have to eased )
i along gently to reach their full size." 4 {

I' Now two little elderly ladies getting i
advice from an inmate in a state C'OLLt.Ct
correctional institution may seem FALL 1985 CALENDAR
strange to some, but the inmates
picked for the program are usually 1 .
highly motivated to learn their new Monday Thursday July 22-25 PREREGISTRATION 003.30 p m.
Thursday July 25 PREREGISTRATION 6.00-800 p m. 1.
trade, according to L.C.I. Coor-
dinator Hilton C. Coleman, who says
THtirsday August 1 REGISTRATION 800-330 p m. & 00-8 00 p.m.
many of them become involved with
Daily August 5-23 REGISTRATION 800-330 p m.
the art of horticulture and some
Tuesday August 13 EVENING REGISTRATION 600-800 p.m.
et into the business professionally -
when they are released. Monday August 26 REGISTRATION 800-330 p m. and 600-800 p m.
The spectators were pleased with I
I the results as well.
Tuesday August
"We have come up here three
times for the show. It's great and it 6 00-8 00 p m. /
Al .ll
Monday September 2 Labor Day Holiday .
seems to get even better each year, .'
said Mrs. Cynthia Freeman of
i Friday October 18 No Classes (College Open) "
who had and
Alachua, a daughter a v
Monday October 28.LAST, DAY TO DROP & HAVE COURSES( ) 1
t grandaughter in tow. "It's really .
hard to believe some of the results
November 27 No Classes
with their Wednesday Evening '.
they get plants,especiallythe
& November 28-29 Closed
Thursday Friday Thanksgiving Holidays (College )
cactus exhibits.I have had many
Monday Thursday December 16-19 FINAL EXAM DAYS (Starke Schedule TBA)

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Writer from Starke and their son Ronnieare
I On Tuesday, July 9, nine young hosting Franciso Zapata; Steve
I Mexican children ranging from the and Cindy Judson from Keystone
I age of eight to 12 began their three Heights and their son Jacob are
I week stay with area families. hosting Jorge Lerdo deTeJada; Ran
This was part of an exchange pro Sandy Campbell from r
gram put together by Sandy Lyonsof Keystone Heights and their k
Melrose and sponsored by daughter Dawn are hosting Adriana y -
Foreign Friendship. In order to Aguirre; Terry and Gayle Bone i
qualify for a Mexican child, the from Melrose and their son Byronare
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American family had to have a childof hosting Javier Jaik; Win and r
corresponding Carolyn Broadhurst from Melrose
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These Mexican studentson the front row) are taking part In a unique taming their guests and learning about a foreign country at the same
exchange program enabling them to visit the Starke-Keystone Heights- time. I
Melrose are this Summer. The Host Parents are on the back row. At far left Is Sandy Lyons, sponsor
On the second row, their American "brothers and sisters" are enter- and coordinator of the program.

and their son Jeremy are hosting Foreign Friendship differs from back. He's a real cracker jack,"said ed Francisco's family in Mexico andas
Jose Jorge David; Rob and Dotty most exchange programs becausethe Ronald. Mrs. Reagan explained: "We
Morford from Melrose and their children involved in the exchange Ronald, (who is no relationship to talked to Francisco's family for a
daughter Bandi are hosting Judith program are so young. THE Ronald Reagan) said he felt while, then asked him if he would
Arroyo; Van and Mary Smoak from Two area school teachers,who are this was especially beneficial to him like to talk with them. Si.Si.Si was
; Hawthorne and their daughter Wen- hosts, shared their thoughts about because it gave him more experience his quick reply."
y di are hosting Edna Carrasco; Doug the program. and he emphasized how Gayle Bone, who lives on Lake
I j1 + \ t and Betsy Whitaker from Ronald Reagan, who teaches much he enjoyed working with Santa Fe, teaches kindergarten at
Gainesville and their son John are Spanish at Bradford High School and youth. Keystone Heights Elementary
i hosting Andreas; and John and who learned about Foreign Friend- "I'm already planning a trip to School. She and Terry have two
e s Lucille McKenna from Gainesvilleand ship from a recent article in the Spain next summer for area youths sons, Byron and Ryan and they are
their son Brad are hosting Cesar Telegraph, hasn't had to cope with and adults," said Ronald.He hosting Javier.
Julian Hernandez.All the language barrier. Many of the is also considering the "At eight-years-old Javier is the
the families and children had children speak very limited English. possibility of becoming area youngest of the visiting Mexican
an exciting get-together recently at Reagan wife, Madelena also representative for Foreign Friend- children. Yet he is doing very well,"
: the home of Rob and Dotty Morfordin speaks Spanish. In fact Spanish is ship.. said Gayle.
M Melrose where they were enter her native language. Madelenacame If he does take that job, he can Mrs. Bone explained that
; i tained at a pool party and cook out. to this ccuntry 16-years ago, begin signing up families this fall language has been the hardest ad-
: The families expressed their excitement and the only English she could speakat which would make it much easier justment as Javier speaks very little

over having he young Mex- that time was her husband'sname. and would also give U.S. children a English. The most popular book in
ican children with them, and it was chance to live with a Mexican family the Bone household this summer has
Welcome to Melrose... quite evident as the children from We've already established a warm for three weeks," said Sandy Lyons become their Spanish-English dic-
The Bones from Melrose opened their doors and hearts to Javier Jaik two countries played in the relationship with Francisco and his who in only three weeks coordinatedthe
from Mexico as part of the exchange program. Morford's pool that the children family. It's a benefit for both visit of these nine Mexican
I On the back row: Gayle and Terry Bone. were all enjoying this special ex families and good relationships for children. See Page/: 4A
On the front row: J-vler Jaik, Ryan Bone and Byron Bone. perience.? the. U.S We. will hate to see him go The other night; the Reagan's; call--...

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cats at the Waldo 'real Flea biggest cats In the world. r .
Market last weekend as the Land of Three young Barbary lions are -
the Lions was showing off its little also in von Uhl's group, with the
older ones about ten months old and
pets.Mixed among the 12 lions, one the smallest a little one about four
tiger, a llama, pygmy goats and months and 60-pounds. According to
birds was Annie, the campuchin Von Uhl, these are endangered I 1{ ? i If .
monkey,who didn't trust the kitties. species, almost extinct, from the
The cats are scheduled to go to work North African bush country. Only a
, around the first of the year, according few hundred survive today,says von
to animal trainer baron Julius Uhl.The '
von Unl, when he gets his Arabian black maned Nubian lions are t r
Circus on the road. also rare, Von Uhl says, with there
Star of the exhibit was King, a being only about 300 of them left in i r r. V'r s sM
four-year-old black-maned Nubian the world. These are the lions most '6 .
lion, also known as the king of people remember, the ones with the
beasts. Seemingly a very gentle long black mane. !
beast, King maintained his dignity Coming out of retirement after [
very well when fed by Von Uhl, five years,Von Uhl said he will have +". fr Jrp +
never even growling or grabbinglike his lion act In shape by the first of
the other cats. the year. Tours start in January
According to the trainer, probably with Von Uhl expecting to play dates
90-percent of the people killed while such as Shrine circuses and similar
working with big cats were mauled arrangements.With d
by big male lions. He described the 39-years experience as an + + ized
highest pinnacle of animal trainingas animal trainer, the native of r
doing a show with the big males. Budapest, Hungary said he got tiredof { tg
"The ultimate thing, the lions,"says retirement and was enticed back tr 1G
Von Uhl. by the requests for his service. '7
Just a baby was Sir Lancelot, a Land of the Lions has winter head-
'(Pt one-year-old Siberian tiger, who,according quarters in Trenton, Florida. Von
',' J." to the trainer, would tip the Uhl said his new act will be known as ., 1Ar r1 ,M,
When the Arabian Circus when it starts
>;;jf1; scales at around 250-pounds.
I '* i full grown, the baby will go up to touring in January.

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(Above) Annette the petite lioness stretches to play with a cup held by Saturday.
veteran lion trainer baron Julius von Uhl. Annette Is still a baby,only one
year old. (Lower-left) Just like two kittens playing except they weigh around
200-pounds, these young lions enjoy being lions.
(Left) King the four-year old Black Maned Nubian male lion doesn't
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:'.: '>' Students."_ I Hawkins applauds Tipster9 programSenator

from page :t ttlonary. Paula Hawkins applaudedtwo in the war on drugs. 'Blue Thunder'has crime. Dope dealers and other
: Customs Service initiatives proven to be;: A highly effective 'smugglers tend to proceed from two
Terry and Gayle are also which she said were designed to weapon. These new boats should assumptions. One, they assume the
recalling much of the Spanish they "thwart criminals" who are pollutingour supply some impressive leverageover forces of law and order will not be
had during their college days,which : jr \ way of life. sn..ugglers," she said. well enough equipped to stop them.
Customs has announced that it will
Gayle, said has been a big help. The new Anti-Smuggling And second they assume that the
:Javier has adapted very well to be buying 34 new boats,including 19 Awareness Program (ASAP) was public, while they are concerned,
.'0. our American culture. He loves TV, new 'Blue Thunder' catamaran hull initiated July 15 as 14,000 informa- just do not want to get involved.
g*** ',--: ".-. : cartoons and He-Man. interceptors and that it is beginninga tion packets were sent to Florida "The ASAP campaign will be an
: ;{.&Q.,'17io..! lllkv eve we've had to eat,axe new anti-smuggling awareness boatowners. The ASAP program includes effective weapon in the war on
: ':. "\":"ctpLhr: vita. I don't think he even program. a poster campaign and a drugs. I want to commend Commissioner
tiled those.:He'd never had pickets, During a conference at the special statewide toll-free phone von Raab and his staff for
but once he tried them,he really enjoyed Miami Beach press Marina, Senator number, 1-800-BE-ALERT, for tips creating and implementing this program
them," said Gayle. on smuggling activities. and I want to thank in advancethe
Mrs. Bone said that Javier has a J been Hawkins saying said, that"For years frontline I have "Technology is great to have," people of Florida for being alert, I j
our Senator Hawkins said, "but for seeing suspicious and
younger sister and he has been very soldiers in the Customs Service more activity
.good with the Bone's youngest son outgunned, and outmanned were than anything else, it is people who. reporting it to the authorities,"
Ryan. I outspent make a difference in comb-' Senator Hawkins said. I
"The boys have really enjoyed i -
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Besides the pool party and V l 4, JONES FUNERAL HOME
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established which stretches from the Welcome Guest... .. +//f. stretcher & wheelchair I
U.S. across the Mexican border and The Reagan family of Starke welcomed Francisco Zapato their home Jlt''iPV, patients in Bradford
that Foreign Friendship has created:/,/'as) an exchange student. I r: & Clay Counties. '
friendships which may well last a On the back row: Ronald Reagan and Lennie Reagan. ..
life time. On the front row:: Ronnie Reagan, Rocio Reagan and Francisco Zapato. "' "' .

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It ObituariesHoward

r Jacksonville 43: years ago from St. Geneva In 1954 from Gainesville. He following a l long illness..A native of Club, the Keystone Woman's Club, .uy father,Sheriff P.U..Pete\ ) Red-
Howard Stephenson Augustine. She was the widow of was a deacon at the First Baptist Suffolk, Va., she moved toGainesVIlle and was listed in 1983 in Who's Who dish, more than 20 years ago and
k John H. Denmark, founder of the Church, Keystone Heights. Prior to in 1900 from Punta Gor- Among Women of the South. was Bradford's first and only black
'. Howard W. "Steve" Stephenson, Denmark Furniture Store chain. his Illness, he operated Ellis' da.Mrs. Ruckman was a member of Surviving are her husband, DavidN. deputy," said Sheriff Dolph Red-
I 66, who lived in Melrose, died in Mrs. Denmark had spent her sum- Refrigeration Service: retired in the Indian River United Methodist Benson; a daughter, Jeane C. dish.
Jacksonville Monday, July 22, mers in Keystone Heights briefly 1971 from the Fla. ;State Prison Church in Chesapeake, Va; Maxwell of Keystone Heights; a son, Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
l following a brief illness Born in following the death of her husband in where he was clothing supervisor, Her survivors Include a daughter, Carl B. 1'arnell of Jacksonville; a Lula Mae Bell; three daughters
MCRae Ga., Sept. 5, 1918, he movedto the 1950 s. She was of the Baptist and was formerly employed as a Nancy E. Green of Keystone brother, Yuba T. Dickens of Evelena Kittle, Joan B. Clark andDaisy
Melrose 15 years ago from faith. routeman for Gainesville Laundry Heights; two sisters, Helen V. Elliot Jacksonville; ,and four grand- Bell; three brothers, Lesley
Jacksonville. Mr. Stephenson was a She is survived by two daughters for 30 years. For the last 20 of Chesapeake Va. and Kathleen children. Bell, Thomas Bell, and Freddie
former cabinet maker; a Navy Mrs. Mildred Weisberger of was caretaker for the Keystone Massey of Raleigh,N.C.; two grand Funeral services are scheduledfor Bell; a sister, Edna Washington and
veteran of W.W.II and he was of the Keystone Heights and Mrs. Barbara Heights Cemetery. children and one great grandson. Thursday,Aug. 1,at 11:00: a.m.in six grandchildren.
Baptist faith. Puckett of Jacksonville; a son, He is survived by his wife, Mamie Memorializatlon for Mrs. the Friendship Bible Church with
Seeber Denmark of Jacksonville; a Hall Ellis; a son, Charles W. Ellis of Ruckman was by cremation. In lieu Rev. E.J. Morris officiating. Burial
I Mr. Stephenson is survived by a sister Mrs. Perla Yelvington of Keystone Heights; two sisters, Ger of flowers her family requested will follow in the Keystone Heights Card of ThanksThe
daughter, Monica Undo of Bermuda Starke; seven grandchildren, four tie Touchton and Etta Loudermilk, donations to the Indian River United Cemetery under the direction of
; a sister,Sue E. Rosenblatt of great grandchildren and two great both of Jacksonville. Methodist Church or to the Jones Funeral Home, Keystone Family of James Maurice Ed-
I Jacksonville and two grandchildren. great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tues- 'American Heart Association. Jones Heights. wards, Sr. wants to thank all for
Graveside funeral services were Graveside funeral services were day, July 30, in the First Baptist Funeral Home, Keystone Heightswas their kindness -and thoughtfulnessshown
I held Thursday,July 25,In the Eliam held Monday, July 29, in Crosby Church with the pastor Rev. JackG. in charge of the arrangements. Frank Bell in our time of bereavement.Also .
Cemetery at Melrose. Rev. Bobby Lake Cemetery at Starke with Rev. Wingate, officiating. Burial was for the cards, food and being in
Epps officiated. Jones Funeral Ballard Wilson officiating. Burial in Keystone Heights Cemetery. Services are scheduled Saturday our presence at services.
Home, Highway 100 and Cypress followed in the family plot. Jones Jones Funeral Home, Highway 100 Opal P BensonOpal August 3, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Zion AME Lucille Edwards and Family
i, Avenue, Keystone Heights, was In Funeral Home, 514 E. Nona,Starke, and Cypress Avenue, Keystone Church in Lawtey for Frank Bell
charge of the services. was in charge of the arrangements. Heights was in charge of the ar P. Benson, 63, who lived on who died Friday, July 26, at Brad-
i I rangements. White Sands Lake, Keystone ford County Hospital.Mr. .
I Heights, died Tuesday, July 30, in Bell, a longtime employee of
W. Denmark Fred W. Ellis the North Florida Special Care the Bradford County Sheriff's
Louise S. Ruckman Center, Gainesville. Born in Tifton, Department, retired as fulltime 1- 1
Georgia W. Denmark, 93, of Fred W. Ellis, 79, who lived at Ga., March 20, 1922, she spent mostof deputy in January of this year. =
Jacksonville, died in the Baptist Lake Geneva, died at his home Sun- Louise S. Ruckman, 76, who livedIn her life In Jacksonville, moving to Frank was a very dependable
Medical Center Thursday, July 25 day,July 28,following a long illness. Brittany Estates on Waldo Road, Keystone Heights in 1974. Mrs. Ben- employee who made a smooth tran- The of for
following a brief illness. A native of Mr. Ellis was born in JacksonvilleJune Gainesville, died in the Alachua son was a member of the FriendshipBible sistion into my administration and system using fingerprints
Coffee County, Ga., she moved to 13, 190B. *,r.* T..".""* ... T tire General HrwplJnl. Sunday, July 28, Church, the Keystone Garden he will be missed. He was hired by Identification Herchel; of was the Indian started Civil by William Ser--

vice In 1858, at Jungipur, India.

I; Crape Myrtle Trees Present Flowery DisplayThe

crape myrtle is one of the form good for use as a bonsai plantor best in a heavy loam that is slightly are desired. However, one of the e & Mere
most rewarding small trees or large in hanging baskets. acidic (ph 5.0 to 6.5). Nutrient requirements most fascinating aspects of the ,
I shrubs for the landscape. Its ease of Crape myrtles are available In are minimal; high fertility crape myrtle is its unusual form. ,
I propagation, long blooming period many flower colors and plant levels produce excessive When the form is destroyed
: and ability to grow under nearly heights. Plant height is categorizedas Vegetative growth and fewer flower severe pruning, then the blooms will 0'
every soil condition make the crape dwarf (less than 3 feet), semi- panicles. Applications of ft-6-8 or be all that remains for one to enJoy.
I myrtle a widely used and greatly ad- dwarf (3 to 6 feet), medium (6 to 12 8-8-8 fertilizer in early spring at the By a selective, method of pruning,
mired ornamental. feet) and tall (greater than 12 feet). rate of 1 to 2 pounds per 100 square the unusual sculptured form,
I Most crape myrtles are now in full Crape myrtles should be located in feet of planting bed may be flowers and colorful foliage make it 4'Q
'I bloom. The flowering season for an area that receives full sunlightfor beneficial to established plants, a plant with year-round charm.
crape myrtle begins in June or July most of the day. Otherwise, a especially those growing on poor SALE! w
I and continues'until fall. Each long weak spindly plant with a few soils. Mulches of pine bark or hard- Y
cluster of flowers (panicle) is com- flowers can be expected. Plants wood chips are beneficial in retaining -
posed of hundreds of one to two-inch, in shaded areas will also be soil mositure and minimizing 1l2
; red, pink white, lavender or purple plague by plant diseases such as soil temperature fluctuations during Price SaleIHairplanes
I flowers. powdery mildew. the summer.
1 Leaves are often garnet tinged in Crape myrtle tolerates a wide Heavy pruning must be done each
the spring, glossy dark green in the range of soil conditions, but grows year,if large specimen type blooms
summer and dull to intense yellow,
I orange or red in the autumn. When
the leaves fall in the winter, the -
crape myrtle becomes a living INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH? .
I sculpture. The trunk and branches
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twisted character with smooth bark ;People! to sell subscription to new customers. Must be 16 years j
varying in color from light straw to
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P the Crape myrtle is very versatile in Womens Reg. '16 Now '8 Regularly SAL EZ $/LQQQ Only *115M per mo.
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\ F aver Dykes Park Great For CampingByAnneH.Sponholtz IAVRDYk5STATEIIIU;

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Freelance of armadillo which are one of the I would even question the safety of campi you will have another two 1 +1b14: .Il I 'tNe
Writer most prolific inhabitants of the some of the 11ti ,
If park. equipment.If mile drive until you come to a sign In a ''
you are looking for
a place to get We also had an visit our you do go fishing or camping
oppossum directing you to choose .
from your camp
away it ALL, either for a day camp site and one late afternoon a there, be sure to bring all your sup- site. The ranger comes along right : ': :
or for a week ftj
or two, '
gray fox came to call. plies and bait with you,as there are before nightfall to collect.The cost Is
State Park
been may be just the placeyou've Faver-Dykes has some of the no bait shops or convenience stores $6 a night with another$2 charge if
Located looking for. nicest camp sites in all of Florida. close by. Also, pets are not allowedin you use electricity.
east of Palatka approximately 20 miles There are 30 sites in an area where the camping area and must remain As with all state parks in Florida, ,.
US-1 the park you would usually find at least 60 on a six-foot lead elsewhere in Faver-Dykes is kept in such a ". raw
comprises 752 acres of forest and of. sites. The sites are heavily wooded, the park. fashion as to depict "Original .,' !
fers the adventure
of the great out which give you a lot of privacy,and To reach Faver-Dykes from Natural Florida,"and it looks today
door wilderness
to camper, pic- many of them are used with such In- Palatka after going over the much as it did during the 16th Century -
nicker,bird watcher,fisherman and frequency, that the sites actually St.Johns River on SR-100, you take to Spanish explorers.
boater alike. Faver-Dykes also can have grass gowing on them. Each SR-207 to Hastings. At Hastings, A large plaque has been erected at r
be your entertainment headquarters site has a large picnic table, stand- turn right at SR-13 which becomes the crest of the picnic area. It's i
to St.Augustine, Marineland and up grill, water and electricity. The SR-204 which terminates at US-I and dated November 10, 1967 and reads:
Crescent Beach,all of which are less restrooms are easiy accessed from 1-95 whe e you go north. Immediately "Faver-Dykes State Park.
than 20-minutes away. any site and are clean and have off US-1 on your right is a marked Dedicated to the memory of Alex- r.,. wr, i.y ,
Pellicer Creek, a tidal marsh, showers. paved road which leads to the park. ander Hall Faver and Florida Ellen 51 I t 4 .Mr
winds along the edge of the park. A The camping sites are well suited Two miles down that road, the toad Dykes Faver. The first 700 acres ? y 4
good-sized dock, located near the for either RVs or tents.Although the turns from paved to sand road at the dedicated December 28, 1950 by I .i + AIL : I A
picnic area,offers fishing and scenic rangers told us they do have a full park entrance. Hiram Hall Faver in loving r: ) _
viewing of the creek.There is also a house during major holidays, the This is not a typical state park in of his parents for the recreation memory and ; I si
boat ramp nearby. Most of the boats nights we were there the cam that rather than the office and pleasure of the citizens of the state of '; ..r *
in the creek were either small pgrounds were very sparsely rangers greeting you at the entrance Florida and its visitors, and for a ../'
gasoline engine fishing boats or populated and one night we were the ,you will come to a small box 'classroom in the Hammock' for "' ', Ist
man-powered canoes. only campers. marked "Information." There you naturalists, conservationists, -
Because Pellicer Creek is a tidal There is a playground in the camp- will find a pamphlet and map of the teachers and children..not merely Isolated...
marsh, it Is regulated by the tides ing area, but it was a disappointment park. There is no admission fee for to come and see nature, but also to A camper at Faver-Dykes State Park looks
a commemorative
and fluctuates from low to high tide as it has not been kept up,and spending the day. If you choose toTIT learn about nature." placque.
just as the Atlantic does. You can ....
also expect to catch saltwater fish as IL.
well as fresh water fish. The most
popular fish caught from the creek 4S !d1 "
are speckled trout, redfish, I 1st ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
sheephead and flounder with live I ,DaFJCIgkIr.
shrimp being the preferred bait ,
followed by dead shrimp or cut bait. ?
Keep in mind that
a Florida
freshwater fishing license is required Y'' SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1985
to fish in the creek. Spendingone
afternoon fishing from the dock, ALL MODERN FACILITIES
we got some good Bites and a few LOSE POUNDS AND INCHES FAST!( LAWTEY SATELLITEHwy.
crabs hanging on until the last e GET PIP F CELLULITE TRIM!. YOUR WAISTLINE

minute skunked., but we admittedly got e FIRM UP: FLABBY THIGHS. TUMMY.COMPLETE PRIVACY 301 North Lawtey
Asking several fishing parties who

had done been, they out did in just boats about how as they badly had, MON.-FRI.! By Appointment Only 9am-9pm Panasonic/ Engineer in our store

with the exception of a cat fish or 4400 N.W. 23rd Ave. Suite C. On Saturday Only..to/ answer
two. But some old-timers from ,
around the area shared some great
fishing stories with us, so it looks 60 MINUTE CELLULITE NOW FEATURING. all your questions/ /

like, if you want to bring home the BODY WRAP TREATMENTSLOSE
catch of the day, it may be a matterof Panasonic.
and luck. 3 To 15 INCHESIN
Whether you catch a cooler full of I
fish or none at all,the creek is filled 'WE HAVE THE SWEDISH METHOD" LUMPS BUMPS Electronics
with life and it's a pleasure just to sit FOREVER THE QUICK EASY WAY! COTTAG'E CHEESE DIMPLES.
on the dock as an observer. Schoolsof (NOT A WATER LOSS)WE OFFER 14
rush along the water's edge,
flounder jump from the water, NO EXERCISE I NO CONTRACT
wading birds and large water fowl Reg. 40.00 NOW $15 PROCESS THAT WILL WORK. 0' _
wander through the<< marsh and, as ea. ea. Reg $15
the sun begins to sink into the west ea ea.

alligators begin surfacing around ADDITIONAL SERVICES: ,
the creek.
Creek and has a large covered HAIR REMOVAL-SALT SCRUB
shelter as well astnany picric tables CALL NOW 375.0213
canopied with pine trees. It is clean MarketU.S.
and well kept, and is a quiet picturesque -
setting. There are 301 South 964-6071
playgournd facilities, for children, Orlan & Charlie Said: "There ain't no -

and griUagiM also nvailabi' !' "The'- ....:f *.4>elunchyou.pay for what you-got-. .;: ;"The Country Store FtorMore!"
restroomswt) .picnic a are Open 8.30a.m. 7 Mon. thru. Sat.
clean the restrooms at No Gimmicks No Prizes No High
kept as as Compare Our Prices & Save///
most state parksspotless.. The "
park opens at 8 a.m. and closes at Pressure. Just Good Deals! We Accept USDA Food StampsNORMAN'S

sunset year round. '
85 Astro Van
There are two nature trails in the NO. 5553
park, one near the picnic area and Blue Automatic MEAT SPECIALS
the other by the camping area. But x9488
V-6 & More
remember you are in the wilds, 752 USDA WESTERN CHOICE LOW-LOW PRICE FAMILY PAK
of dense woods, and can .
acres you 85 K-10 4x4 NO. 5613 DONE IN
expect to see a variety of wild
animal life and birds. Sightings of Silverado, CHUCKROAST
deer,turkey,hawks,owls,squirrels, PW, PDL & More13,488
foxes, otters, raccoons and op-
possums are the most popular '85 C-10 1/2-Ton P.U. NO. 5606
sightings and some visitors have
seen will hog and bobcat too. 235 Tires, Vortex V-6, $
Staying in the campgrounds for HD.: Pkg. & More 8368 13 2 9 $1.79.
four nights and at each meal we 88eLb.
were entertained by squirrels and as '85 Cierra LS SON NO. 5598 Lbs or More
evening came, we always had great
antics Split Seats, AC, AT, $-1 fl O O
fun being entertained by the IUfjOO Q COUNTRY STYLE PEATJHE\ : riEATffSgl BONELESS 2 Lbs. or More: ]
.Tilts & Lots More -
Applications 85 Cutlass Supreme NO. 5611 A
AT, AC, Split Seats, $11 388 BACON STEW119Lb.

availablefor Landau Roof & More

'86 Calais Supreme NO. 1000 $ $ 119Lb. $1 .49

Festival of the Loaded with Equipment. $"49 3 8 8 Lb.

Flame Red. I fcj 7-BONE ROUND BONE

Lakes art show '85 Calais Supreme Demo. CHUCKROAST

Applications; are now available for Loaded with All I the Toys $*lU.OUU H fl 98 C SHOULDER$4BfkACT 09
the eighth annual Festival of the Save 1500 Lb. Lb.
Lakes Art Show on Labor Day
weekend. We would appreciate your Cl.5! Ce.No.. 5578 .. '' -
help in publicizing the event, as the '
applications must be received by July ? SAVE PRODUCE SPECIALS
27. Festival applications may be BrTQfi- Blue tallic _

obtained by writing to FESTIVALOF '85 Monte Carlo SS NO. 5623 WHITE SEEDLESS WHITE 10 Lb. BAG CALIFORNIAGRAPES
THE LAKES, P.O. Box 1132,
Keystone Heights, Fl. 32656. They LETTUCE
may also be picked up at any of the Black T-Tops A Beauty'! POTATOES
Clay County Public Libraries,or the All the Toys
Keystone Heights City Hall.
The art show will be held on Satur- 7geLb. $ ,59
day, August 31 from 9 a.m. until 5 1-1
and on Sunday, September 1 LUBE OIL & FILTER .
from 1 until 5 p.m. The Labor Day YELLOW
show is held in downtown Keystone BANANAS
Heights in scenic Theme Park,adja- Compare & Save SQUASH ,
cent to the shores of Lake Geneva.
Entry fees are $20 for one 8' x 10' Includes Up To 5 Qts. 9 9 oo r .J $ -1 00

outdoor space. There will be 26 $14 4 $1 g k" FARM FRESH 4 Lbs
prizes awarded, totalling over Of Motor Oil Lb.. KNUCKLE HULL
$2,000. A $100 Best of Show will be
awarded by qualified judges in both FRESH GREEN PEAS BAKING
Two-Dimensional, and Three-
Dimensional categories. lit OPEN CABBAGE POTATOEOO

Family Dollar Stores 8 to 5:30 $

Reports Record Third MondayFriday 19 Bushel' $100

Quarter and NineMonthSales I '. .
and Earnings -
MATTHEWS, N.C.,July 10, 1985-
Family Dollar Stores, Inc. (NYSE FRESH FROM KEY WEST! ..
symbol FDO),a discount store chain MEDIUM FRESH
operating 911 stores in a twenty state U.S. HIGHWAY 301
area ranging as far north as Pen- NORTH
nysylvania, south to Florida ana SHRIMP 9FLORIDACATFISH
west to Texas, today reported that 1r 111
the highest third quarter and fiscal ,
nine-month sales and earnings in the _
Company's twenty-six year history.' I
For the third quarter ended May 31, II I I I1 $4.79Lb. 139Lb. $4.99Lbe
1985. sales were $102.857.090! or approximately -
24 percent above sales
of$82.851.575 for the third quarter of .
the prior fiscal year. LL -

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3 BR. !'/ BATH HOMEi
Saratoga Hts.,
1t7. 3 fifth wheel American i
CAMPER : $; iI
corner lot. Enclosed CH/Air.. I
SPORTSWEARt Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully ...If.contaln.d MOBILE HOMES Free credit check by Phone 961.8652.3/21 garage tin .
Ladles apparel, children Larg. slie, price neg. 533-2411, Call pho"' Easy qualifying ,for mobile 3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat.Enclosed .
after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn .. < Call and ask for ,
horn Mr. Orr low
combination (tor., accessories. Jordocne. ROLLS OF HAYS Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur garage maintenance,
1.351.212'6.7/188/8 4tchg ceiling fans, nice neighborhood closeto
Chic Lee, Levl bay Street
after 5 5/16 tin
liod Esplrit Tomboy Calvin Klein Hwy. Southslde $39,900 964-5952 or
S.rglo Valente, Evan Picon., Liz BRADFORD LIMEROCK Ytarke. Come see Ray Gouln formerlyof 9646915. 4/181tin. ,

Clalborne, Members Only Organically 'L1m.rock SALES*Fill Dirt Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3/BR, "
Grown Gasoline. .Healthtex, Over bqy and move used hhl iy 1'/ /BA. Fireplace, carport; screened .1 i
1000 others. $13,300 to $24,900 Inventory 20,. .semi-loads only 964-4414 or 964-4778. 4/26 tfn porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301. ,' =<. LREALTYr
Training Fixtures, Grand OpenIng Phone 712-3172 5/Mtfehg USED MOBILE HOMESi Starting at 2500. 95000. 468-1576 after 6:00. 5/9 tfn ". V
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale atDoublewide Call and ask for Mr. Orr 13512161. 601 S.WATER STREETi *
Etc Can open 15 dayi. Mr. K..nan locat.dNorth By owner 2 BR, CB > PHONE
Center 964-7776
(3056783639.) Itpd Home FOR SALEi Several 2 br Mobile Homes In home. 1-468-1323. 11/08 tfn
Fla. this la not l.CVCl.lMlERwuitcAR
$7.77 THE ONE PRICE SHOE STORE li on 301 lawtey ( good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each HOME FOR SALEi 3-BR, 2-BA C/HA, 205 N. Temple Starke ,
coming to Stark.. Not a franchise. No trailer furniture) 6/131fnchg for Some wltn W.C. Pine M.H. Park fireplace, telling fans Ig screen porch, I
up front f.... Total Investment !I... FOR SALE: Store bought furniture located 962366.25 tfnchg. hot tub on I acre$60,000 and/or app. 5 .1000000. VIEW FOR $190.000 KINGSLEY LAKE. Sensational I
than $4,950. This li a businesseppore sale at Olin. Home Center on WOW New 3 BR, 2 Ba, Mobil. homes.Masonlte acres $16,500 all on Gelger Rd. n.arSouth.ld. home I
Highway 100 West This Is not trailer Elem. 964-58767/11 on Fla.'s most desirable Kingsley Lake 3 BR 2 B Completely -
tunity you've b..n looking for Call Mr. siding shingle roof and 8/1 4tpd
Goodwin. 737.6331/18 8/1 3tchg furniture. 6/13 tfnchg Excel) Condlt. fireplace. For $225/mo. Call and ask HOME FOR SALEi Has to be seen to be remodeled multi-level wood deck living quarters on
EUREKA LOG HOMES INC.I Fullfllls the SIMCO RIDING SADDLE Call jor L r. Orr 1.351.2126 7/188/8 .4tchg appreciated. Coll for apt. 964-6201. dock second home on for rental. \ ","""'. 'I,
used few times, asking $200. property guests or Owne
Amerlvan Dream. Your own businessand MOBILE HOMES Make offer on Mrs. Don Patray. 7/114tchg
964-6305 ask for Montei. 6/20 Ho or all. Olin's Mobile FOR SALE BY Cedar will consider financing.
a beautiful Eur.ka log ham for on. Home Sales OWNER Home, 3
only 1970000. Call FREE 1 ((800)) .HOUSE PLANS 1.259.3538 Custom 7/i14tchg drawn phon.Maccl.nny 904-965-5606 6/6 tfnchg BR, 2 BA, with fireplace. Quiet 313 ACRES ON SANTA FE RIVER One mile riverfront one,
8/1 Ifcn RENT TO OWNi As low as 149/mo. neighborhood near schools, 964-8268 ,
FOR SALE S.ptlc Tank Installation ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN Delp/ered. and set up. Call and ask for MOBILE HOME 1981 Immaculate fleetwood mile highway frontage beautiful rolling land a steal atl
Equipment Business. 964-4483 8/1 LAKE CITY GLEASON'S fish, birds, Mr. Orr 13512126. 7/18 8/8 4tchg Wlngate 14 x 70 living rom $920. per acre. I

GREAT OPPORTUNITY, D.al.r want.d Fresh, kittens water and Marine pet supplies. Ten puppies percent REPOI REPOh 3 BR. 2 BA, mobile home w/flreplace, dining room, kitchen- .FOR YOUTHE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining{ Camp
for N.w Window Guard System oy lh| wy $199/month. Some are range, frostfree refrlg., washer/dryer
(Burglar Ban) Full or Part Tim. W. off WAR with this NEW ad. 7/11 SUPER 4tchg DELUXE assumablz Varr and ask for Mr. Orr hookup 2 Ig. BR-one on each end Blanding Management Area Buy all or part Excellent Invest-
Trap" You. $500 required. Mr. Gr..n FLASHING ARROW SIGNSi $23 complete 1.351.2126.7/18 8/8 4tchg master BR-walk-ln closet master-both- ment. I
((305)) 5678662. 8/1 Ifcn 173 CHAMPION! 12X65 1BR, Ceramic garden tujb, shower stall, utility shed INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN
or $25 monthly (save $241)) Warranty SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY Par-
Bath 12X25 LV, New Panelling andcarpet large window/ unit, front deck-cypress.
BOATS15FT. Lighted, no arrow We'll$219.not Non-be Refrlg, Stove, CHSA $5500.00 964.7651 jJurlng bay 964.7105 after 5 tlally subdivided highway frontage close to school 1000.
lighted $163. See locally.
964-4403 2tchg 8/I 8/8 3BR TRAILERS on lot In
acre Keystone acre.
unbersoldl 1 ((800)) 423-0163. anytlm.1fOR )
SPECIAL CLOSE OUT One only28X563BR ,coveredbak trees 1,500 down and
BONITA BAY RIDER BOATi Trailer SALEi 1 Early Am. couch w/mat- 2BA Dbl Wide Stone Firpl-D/W take over payments 473-2914 8/1 .2 BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are!

ft 50 HP engine. Want $2,500 or Call will ching chair 1 arm chair-rust color; also Lg master BR, Walk In shower plus GOVERNMENT HOMES! From $1 (U rented & have positive cash flow & good assumable mor-J
trod. for car of equal value. 1 velvet coach w/matchlng chair-aqua.
garden tub .
great room. Entry Foyer.Was repair) Alsq delinquent tax property.Call
cond. 964.7236 8/1 ? tgages. Owner will take second
964-5"99.8/1 ItpdLAND All Items In good $464 mo. Now $332 mo. Save 805-6B7-6000fKt.&H-5504 for In- mortgages for good client. 21

FOR SALE MINK STOLE Excellent Cond. 904- $23,760.00 Clayton Homes,' 3965 formatlojv-8/T"9/19 8tpcT story home on Call and Church St. reduced to $37,700. I
364.1084, Before 7 or after 7. 8/1 Itchg Phillies Hwy. Jax Fl. 733-0821 APT;'"""FOR SALEi 2 units, corner of .NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. We
FOR SALE Heavy duty hitch with sway SPECIAL OF THE MONTHi 1985 14x70, 3 Washington St. and Grand St. next to, are proud to offer a handsome
ONE ACRE LOT facing Fortythe Road. no bars 964.5997 8/1 Itpd BR 2 BA. Lg Country Kit., built In hutch, Starke Elem. 8/1 8/8 2tpd brick and cedar home on 37V4 acres 4 BR, 2 Vi baths plus a

down payment, $75 p.r mov Call YARD SALE extra cab., ceiling fan storm door 7 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3BR 2BA, CHSA, barn $144,000 "
964-5606. 10/4 tfn percent bown-$960, 7 years at $230 Den with woodburnlng stove, S ceiling .A SMART INVESTMENT IN
LOTS ft ACREAGEi 20 p.rc.nt down mo. Hurry Save--$14,160--Hurry Save fans, on shady one acre lot. Located FLORIDA LIVING BROOKES We
balance In five years, financing by YARD SALEiCorner Walnut and 100. Frl Creyton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy. Jax, 3'/t miles north of Stark. just off 301. have two homes In Brooker; one has approx. 1480 sq. ft. with
owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. Aug 2, 8-5, elec stove, dresser and Flo 733.0821 Call 964.8237 after 6:00: for Informa 3 BR 2 BA for
45000. the
ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. chest of drawers.YARD -- -. tion. 8/1 Itpd other Is a brick and block home |

3500. $350 dn., $70 p.r mo. Call SALEi Sat. Aug. 3. trailer In back CARS & TRUCKS BY OWNER 3/1, nice lot outside town, which Is only five years old with over two acres for 55000.

964-5606.- 1/03 tfn of Flo. Pest Co, shoes, clothing, S nearly new, central a/c 8 heat .SUNBELT SPECIALS COMMERCIAL Invest now In commercial
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY household items 9-4.1 tpd JEEPSils It True You Can Buy Jeeps for 964.5997 8/1 Itod
GARAGE SALEi Sat. B:3O.5:3O. 138 N. properties on Hwy. 301 250' 301x120' .
ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70 : : $44 through the U.S. Government?Get on $89.000 with
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Water St. New & Used clothes, WANTED I$40,000 cash balance in 3 also
p.r mo. the facts todayl I Call 13127421142. years 200' on 301 approx.
1.7 ACRES BROOKER ROADi (C.227)) household, toys, blket.ltpd Ext. 609. 6/214tpd 8/8. 11.61 acres 125000.
4500. no down payment" $70 p.r mo. ,YARD SALEi Misc. Items. No clothing. BUICK SKYHAWKi 1978. Price 150000. WANTEDi Hairstyling. or Barber's Chair |.
Call ;64-5606. 1/03 tfn Longchamp Homes parking lot. 301 S. 1978 Ford LTD 190000. Call 964-4756 Coll Halrc nines 964..645616 tfn A SPECIAL PLACE AT THE WATER'S EDGE SAMPSON JAKE .

.". LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after YARD. Jackson SALEi Frl St.&across Sat, Aug.from 2 6 City 3rd.Hall.212E. after 5:30 5/30 tfn BULLDOZER WORKi Call ;64.5606 cr I Approx. 100' on water x 275' plus a storage shed 21900.
5, call 964-5251 3/07 tin 178 GMC VAN!1/2 ton $2500 964-7423 783.3333 Ask for Mark. 7/11 tfn
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST! High and YARD SALE, Frl & Sat NE 12th Ave. Coll HAMPTON SCHOOL Twelve acres and large -
110 FORD VAN 1/2 ton $3000 WANTEDi Mortgages: to purchase over hone
wooded lots, suitable for mobile towards Camp Blanding. Stoves, barn workshop of fruit
dry 964-7423 Teal Tile ft Carpet. 6/6 tfn 5,010 Call 964-5010. Itcng variety trees 85000.
home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. Refrlg, beds, misc. Items. 964-6365 FORD CAR FOR PARTS 429 engine C6 WANTEDi Each of 5 just| weaned playful, ROOM TO ROAM
w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand S FAMILIES State Rd. 16 Prison Grounds transmission, 15" tires, good rear end. frisky kittens. Would Ilk.a little boyar
fishing. Own.r (904) 236-4579 or across !rom UCI 83. Child. clothes ft Gory 964-8569 6/13 tfn girl ro love, play and frisk with. 964- 140 Acres Rd. 230 100000.00

629.9649.6/13 12tchg 8/29 shoes sz. 2.16, baby bed men ft '13 CUTLASS CIERRAt take overpayment. 76798/1 Itchg 36.43 Acres Brownlee Rd. Owner,financing 82233.00
LAND FOR SALE Six lots, 1-2/3 acre per woman clothes ft shoes, screen house, .. Excel' Cond. Call, Gary t WANTED Topper for small bed truck., .. 120 "NE a t",,
.-.lot, 3,500 and 4.0OO per lot. Off of For.' llq.. embroidery..high. .,la1r..tqy.u )'7' 964-85096/13 tin ?. .. *'"':1! Dotsun. 964-5997 8/1 Itpd' Ac.re 13th=% ; SfSjn; ."qJ,Country Club) $50,000.00r'ls.oM "" '
ythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. power king' garden tractormuch "NEED .TANSMISSION WORK"I'RekMdtransmission 20.16>> Acres off Morgan Rd. well septic tank, barn $50,000.00 i

Call 964.5606 6/6 tfnchg more. Itchg for $150 w/warranty REAL ESTATE 10,93 Acres Flume Rd. to
WOODLAND ACRES! 1/2 ocr. lot locatedat YARD SALEi Frl, Aug. 2. 8-4. Griff Loopat (most cars) also do standards and Country Club $49,000.00
Woodland Acres, Storks Hat vII. 2nd Railroad crossing on left Itpd foreign. Call 272-7607. 7/11 tfn OUT OF AREA 10 Acres South of Waldo (off Hwy 301)) 30000.00

septic tank and light pole 8500 selling 3 FAMILIES! Carport 'Sale, many new A 1910 Dodge Aspen Price neg. ''''.5276. 15 Acres Hampton State Rd. 18 33000.00
down 75.00/month. Call used Items. Wood craft crochet items,
& 500
price 7/i12tchg 7/25 CUSTOM BUILTi Three bedroom 1 1/2
,964-56076/13 tfhchg Frl S Sat.Corner Brdw ft Center St. Itpd 81 DATSUNi 310GX loaded w/extras, bath two lots on Ochlocknee Boy. City 6.97 Acres West of Lawtey (off Rd 125)) $14,000 -

LARGE LOTi Shaded by large oaks In Hill FRI ft SAT Till noon. 3 families, all sizesof 964-7071 days.. 964-5516, evenings. Water, split level central H/A 4 3/4 Acres Rd. 230A & Wilson Rd. 12000.00

Crest area. Across street from Serena_, clothes, odds S ends, stereo saddle, 7/18 tfnGOOD fireplace, deck dock boatramp. ((904)) 17 Acres Lawtey Area 10500.00
Lake. Asking $4000.00 473-2W1 dishes ft some sm. appllan. 1300 Pratt BACK TO SCHOOL CAR, 73 9845516.
FOR SALE St., Saratoga His Itpd Mustang. 1500 OBO 73-.2063/25 8/1 NEW TOWNHOMESi deluxe interiors 1.37 Acres South on Rd. 100 5000.00

YARD SALE Sat. Aug. 3, 507 W. Call St. 2tpd 2BR 2'/iBA, central heat & air, good * *
TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS S'xS' across from Nu-Waves beauty shop 1910 HONDA PRELUDE Air, sun roof, view 55000. Century 21 Griffin Realty EVENINGS

utility trailer $650; 16' doz.r trailer girls clothes, toys, mist 8-1. Itpd automatic. Take up payment. Call P.O. Box 688, Blalr.vlll..Ga. 30512; BILL DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964..319
4 FAMILIES Frl ft Sat. 9.5 Bedspreads,
964-5358 Of 473-2130 8/1 Itpd 1 800 535.0121..04 745-9412 8/1 Ifcn I IRVING
$1.700, 16' utility trailer $970 16' lawn CLARKJR.9647188
tires, dress fabric. N 533-2121
drapes 'jewelry
1910 DODGE ASPENi 6, good running I WAYNE
trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single alCl.trail.r. U DOUGLAS 964.6593 N 3VI!
301 before Textile Town. Itchg
cond., auto trans., power steering,
$878; 16' car hauler $1,150; 6
SARATOGA HTS.i 3. 1210 anet ,
Sat Aug.
brakes, good body $1500 964-7387.
ft. ramps, $100. Olin's Mobil. Home I

r, Center.Rd. 100 W. Stark. 9645606. TV Bradford, area rug St. 8 etc.-? Everything Itpd must .gal 1.after 7S' OLDS 5. 7/25 TORNADO 8/1 2tchg PS, PB PW, Starling fj> t ,CUSTOM DECK & BACKYARD ft******.******;.

HAYi Alicia or Argentina Round and 2 FAMILIES Thur Frl, Sat. 8-6. 1222 AM/FM AC runs good, 8 track $700 \ Outdoor Wood Furniture tc
Square Bales 964.8942 964-5088 7/4 I Take Over Payments
Bradford St. Hts. Canoe, Realtor
964-8824 or 782-3893 tpd .
neg. ,.Wood Decks .Wood Sets
: Play
: Both guns, old ft new clothei. Itchg 77 LINCOLN MARK.Vt 782-3673 fc
$2,500.00 t
New 14' Wide BR.
30000. Mildred Mains after 5 = Quality CraftsmanshipAt -IIt (
p.m. 4 FAMILIES Frl ft Sat 8-" Many ,Items to 8/1 Itpd II ACRESWell septic tank,< :
i, 964-5131 8/1 Itpd choose from. Furn sm. kitchen appliances 1977 BLAZER,4X4 parts, also.1977 Jimmy4X4 'pond/open air barn. $33,500 <*>) Reasonable P es siding, Cathedral ceiling, it

'. GO-CARTt 4HP Tecumseh engine, new dished, clothing adding parts. 964-4238 8/1 2tpd 8/8 i5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES .At 5. .4963422WAYNE'S .. Furnished, Wired for fan, .
piston rod, rings, head gaskets, and machine, toys A much more. Come and '.19 OLDS CUTLASS CRUISER BROUGHAM $25.000. Excellent Terms Vs II [ Carpet T/O. Qualified may

paint. No rust or dents. Runs great. see. 1350 Blanding St. Saratoga Ht. wagon AM/FM AC PS, PB, Cruise'., ....87 ACRES: Well septic tank, 17x35<: -tc
$200 firm. 9647455. Ask for Dan. 8/1 YARD SALEi Sat Aug 3.AI1 N. BroadwaySt. Control Tilt Wheel Lug. Rack Low Mil. Talman I assume payments of"-tc
) pool fenced/cross-fenced./e 1
FURNITURE 3 pc. sectional couch 75.00, acrossfrom |loll. Itpd V8. $3900. 964-89508/1 Ithcg $25.000. 5> i $169.33 per month. Call'-Ie
2 red chairs-1 w/ottoman 70.00 1 KREVIES KIDS CONSIGNMENT SHOP 20 '74 JAYCO POPUP, CAMPERi Sleeps 8, Mr. Ford 1-47-7Z.
w/ottoman 50.00 round coffee table 4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. c:; -
to 50 percent off on some Items, built In brakes, real clean. w"'
20.00. 9648279. 8/1 Itpd featuring men, women ft chlldrens $1800. 964-8950 8/1 canopy Itchg ) 5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. $12,500. /* : .. .......Jf..

,SHELTY 964-6614.PUPS:p.m.10.00 til ea.8 p.m.Adult 8/1 pair Itchg 50.00. clothes.. Itcho 2 miles N on Hwy 21 KeystoneHts. 1910 kept.TRANS 6000.AMi Daytime low 782-3690 miles, garage Nights .' Oaks*12 ACRE 32500.: Old farm house. Beautiful CsI ? Taxi Company .************&

COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Starke I OLD BUILDING: In Lawtey $8500.00 :
782.3543 8/1 8/8 2tchg c NO MONEY DOVNtr
Truck south of LOST/FOUND
Stop Starke. 9648212. i 'LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE S
11/24 tfn -50 Ac. 50000. lIB ; DOUBLEWIDE

ADD 3,500 A dealer.ROOM!904-964.5606....X22' 3,000/lnstalled 6/27 LOSTi Red mare horse, mane clipped, 964.8271 New engine 8/1 Itchg$4,500.00 Call after 5, )3BR 2BA Beaut. Land Sraped Lot:((* I 964-5859 'I 'New 3BR/2BA
tfnchg T
back hoof old ft split. If found call JailHouse 1977 FORD VAN Auto transmission PS, '39500. Hwy 16 West Doublewide.
REGISTERED BLACK ANGUS BULL 3 yrs 2BR 2BA In the Country $2 .900. Completely
In Starke. 6i27 tIn radio heater, runs good. 895.00 cash--.
8/1 old. Michael Reddish. 964-8414 7/18 LOSTi Lost dog, small gray poodle,lost 473-45088/1 Itchg C :furnished, Carpet T 10.

3tpdBEDROOM SUIT i In the .....nt Rd. area July 5th 1981 CHEVY CHEVETTE 2 door 4 sp- ((904))782.3931 Cathedral ceiling, Garden *
5 c
piece girls Basset.
Call 964-4204 7/258/1 2tpd Reward. 964-4534, 96 .7311, 964-8183 AC radio-cassette, 61,000 mils P.O. Drawer 110 % Senior Citizen Tubs, Delivered & Setup.
7/11 tfn 1775.00 964-8358 8/1 Itchg 301 S.
LOSTi Lemon/white walker, no collar 1977 F-150 FORD RANGERiAT.PS. Long money to
signs complete with 272 letters. Discounts Discount
on all models for limited time. approx. 3 weeks ago In Hampton area. wheel base,.n.w.tires 782.3670.8/1 qualified buyer. Assume
collect 4ftfl .1797..8/1 ;. '
Starting at $175 plus delivery. Call to. Colt Ja.29g Of 75 Mile Radius payment of $239.93 per. ic
dvl 1ED0531r53118l11JGt month. Call Mr. Ford ic
Metered Cab f
., Gockley & Sons, Inc. L 1-473-7237. i <<

FLOR1LAND Service Brake Pads, Ilr****< ***>lrlk' 1.\...
Septic Vacuum PirUA -

REALTY ;J;? & Labor $1 4. 50 Par SetSPECIAL

393 N.964-7700 Temple Ave. e Septic Pumped Tanks Sewing Service : Quality Tree Service

Vernie P. Odom Broker-GUI e Health DepL Repair Most Makes & Models Oil Change ..

Joy Thornton Associate LicensedRobert FREE ESTIMATESAl "Quality Work Reasonable Prices"Fully

Work Guarantaad WFilterFilter Licensed and Insured
& Labor i
WORTH CONSIDERING 4 BR,' 3 BA, : 495.2939 495-3454 ,Serving Bradford County for 14 Years "-

FlnpUci. dbl. carport. L8. dolnlng| arts 'Ken: 4962817.I I Llcenud Msrc lady $800 OH Extra "The One To Call! Before They Fall"
with BBQ grin-tuper for /nbrtaIi ng. Somti I I .

owner financing _=-' 473-2914 964-5647
12 home, same land Ave In SIM. Rant ant. "- -4,
,i1! i Ownar financing. --;-- ; Full Face
Brick home .lad 2 .U.. afl
; yn. amenloai Aeloociottet '
I you expect, ehoott numbar af acrai to DO Sock Ot aurtnau & 3nc.I MotorcycleHelmets :.'!

.. with koma. .
182 Aerai w/nlea tame, paved R4.. 2.Idla. Realtoruild.r73.7060 sn eaiv .
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|*38 Acm aavetf M., 2 (.... I '.large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford'Coy ..From AUCTIONAugust

". 1-1M Acrts Graham MI*. .' ; A few Duplex & Triplex lot. No septic tank pave } '29"
1114 .
Aeraa Union Ca. Owner wM bald Owner financing

I 3198 Mia.: SL Aerat Rd. it. Union.Ca.. Ownar wll !haM 1 'ed fro>rood$3950"- Our Central community to Gainesville.water systems Jacksonville. Pal.atka. and'1Stark. ':t j 3 7:30

1-:: MIl. $L R/.1. .: _' p.m.

rL j5 Acm 478 ft en 301 S if Starka -, '

: ILot 47S' aeraaa tram Wilde Baa MIlL ISO x Beautiful Golf Course Lots : VFW Post, ,Lake Butler I

r !9Smal*Lanja frailer Bin BMg.A /lot 3 Usttl Owner.wader financing mat.Sma priced from $1_,,950. U.S. 301 South "Bring Your Chair"

BMg. goad area,, i ideal far Matt any. II 964.6020

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Keystone HeightsFOR --
JOBSi $13000 NEW 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTi building
50.000/yr. possible. All occupations under construction. Only one 2 NOTICE OF SALE LAND FOR SALE
Coll 1.805.687.6000 EXT R-5504 to find bedroom apartment not yet taken.. Notice I I. hereby given :. RENT PERSONAL SERVICES
out how. 5/30.7/25(8/1)( )' Several BR apart. to be rented soon. that under and by virtue LAKE LOT 'Hlllcrest lake. 13500.

1 FULL TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE. Call 964-8601 for Information. 8/1 tfn Part IV' of Chapter <','(' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Owner will finance. $164 month.
Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and HOUSE FOR RENT 2-BR, 1-BA, with 83, F.S. :a. Self- : RIAITY CARPENTER WORK Remod.llng'work., 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 per

Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayette carpet 964-7337 Temple Motel 880 NTemple Storage Facility Act Rental Property Available kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. LOT FOR SALI Keystone Heights, ready
that the Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after
964-5063 7,4 tfn undersignedwill 1 aR, 2
Ave 6/20 tfnchg IA Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished. to move on. Power, well septic and
POOLE TRUCK LINE, INC.. Is hiring long RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month sell for cash to No pets $400 per month. 5:3(1: pm. 1/5 tfnchg fence ".499. 392.0985 or 4733024.
haul truck drivers with good records. and up. Coll Susan F. Reddish Broker- the highest bidder at 2 BR.2'A.Gator bone lake. Completely CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installation Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13

Must b23. Apply In p.r.on at 2241 Ownej at 9A4-5OM or 964-4048 6/27 the corner of Laura furnished $400 per month ond $400 *, Free .,'Imat... Ten year WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA! 5
Detroit Blvd.. Pensacola Florida. EOE NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS and Water Street, Security deposit experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for acre parcels on scenic county maintain.

MOBILE, HOME "SALESPERSON"WANTED US-441 between Sylvia & Cherolkke, Starke, Florida at OFFICE SPACI At Keystone Center. Craig. 9/17 tfnchg ed road Melrose area. From 16000.
HANDYMAN All kinds of home
6 00 the ,
\, Apply In person at Ollns N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near; day: of p m. on 19th $200 per month and $200 security: mobllehome"repairs, and fix-up repairs needs. Need financing? Call today. pr."g.Prop.rtl. .
Home Center, 100 fishing, hiking Blue August, 1985 deposit ..
Hwy W. No phon. Ridge Parkway the No lob too small. Minor Inc. 373-1700 after hours
content of Unit plumbing
call. please. 7/18 tfn mining. New 2-br Cablns-Furn SunsetFarm I BR, FURNISHED efficiency.cottages. 175.2647.7/25 tfnchgHOUSES
12, belonging to Kelly repair Cleaning service, light haul
GOVERNMENT JOBS Rd. Cabin. Rt. 1 Box 216-C Whittier By week or month.
$16.0"0.159,230/'IR. Now hiring. No. NC 28789 1-704-497-2200 7/4 8/22 Hendrix containing LAKE 'ROOKL 3BR IBA, onfurnlih- 5/17 ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day,or evening FOR SALEBY
household tfnchg.
tionwide. Call) 805.687.6000 Ext. R-3000 APT FOR RENT 2 BR. $175. located next Allen's goods By '_,d. $275 per month. CHILD CARE In home Weekdays.Age .
for curr.nt f.d.ralll.t. 8/1 9/19 8tpd to Starka Elem. School. 964-5876 8/1 Self KEYSTONIHEIGHTSIEALTY, 3 and my Call 473-7329 2tchg OWNER 4/2 CB, fireplace, walk to
Storage, P.O. Box up.
OWNER-OPERATOR MIAMI TRANSFER FOR, RENT 4 BR. 2 BA, Lg front porch, office 656 Keystone Licensed Real Estate Broker.473-441 7/25.8/1 schools, close to churches, city water.,
I NEEDS YOUt Flatbed Flo-Go ALL 2BR furnished mobile $85.900. 473-4802 4tchg 7/18.8/B
Operation In back laundry & wash room. Appointment Heights Florida MAUD NEW PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt
I". 904-757-8133 Itpd only. 964.6365 7/18 B/1 32656. home. Respectable coupl.or bachelor mildew peeling paint from homes, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BY OWNER -
\ ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND Sherly D. Allen $200 a month and deposit. 16846634. driveways, mobile homes Call Rick Assume 8'/4% mortgage on 3BR 2BA
PRIOR SERVICE PEOPLE. Do you know PERSONAL SERVICESCLIFF'S Allen's Attic Self PERFECT WINTER RETREAT! Home on 473.2452.4tchg 7125-8/15 custom brick luxury home. Corner lot,

c. where you can find a port-tlm. lob In Storage P.O. Box 656Keystone Lake Geneva, lakefront, 3BR completely FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng. best residential area. Sunken tub mirrored .
plumbing, masonry m.tal fob and furnished, washer, dryer, Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac wall. plus much more. Close to
heavy .qulpm.nt operator that offers DIESEL REPAIRS 24 hr. road service Florida 32656 Heights freezer dishes, pots and pans, furnish- 4732521. 8/1 tfnchg lakes, schools and shopping. 77900.

a steady paycheck, specialized train- Spec In Cummins, Mac, .d In the kitchen. No children or pets TERRY HALL BUILDERS Custom homes 473-2430. 7/17 tfnchg
Ing and If qualified, up to $27,000 for Detroit...473-71 43. 6/27 tfn. FOR SALE 473.7564 or A9&. &20 Lake Butler. 4teha1BR $22 ft. Addition & Home Improvement 113 24x5 SKYLINE MH lap siding,
---- ----- per sq.
college? the 202nd civil engineering SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All IBA MOBILE HOME Furnished. *. State licensed contractor. shingle roof many extras. On 3/4 acre
squadron of the Florida Air National makes cleaned oiled and adjusted Single party or couple only. Lakefront 473.3929.8/1 tfnchg In Keystone Heights area. 24.000 or
$15. Used machines for sale. PUMPS hart offer
sewing 473-3160
Guard Currently has these or 4732082.
military pipes and fittings. Water softener. acreage. Private drive, quiet secludedarea. DEEP STEAM Truck mounted carpet
James Strickland, corner MorganRd.
positions available. Contact MSGT Carl We do lawn maintenance. No cleaning. August special FREE
Bryan Ace Hardware CARS
and Hwy. 16 Stark. 9648733. 1/03 tfn Keystone Hgts. ,
Slevers Jr. Mon thru Fri for $179
more Infor 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg pets. a month and $100 deposit. DEODORIZING. CAB Carpet Cleaning
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free
motion. Call 904533.3386. Call Jax & BOATS
Join collect
estimates. Fence Co.Owner MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series 725-8943.2tpd 7/25-8/1 Keystone Height, 4737770. 5tpd
Americans at their beet Handy-Man LAKE
8/1 HOME
8/295tchg organ with double keyboard base On Gatorbone Lake. 2BR 8/1-8/29
CARPENTER Call 9645606. Ask for Tommy Reddish 964.8559.329tin IBA, unfurnished no $375 HANDYMAN Mobile and home .
pedals and rhythm .section $795. Call per repair.No 73 MONTE CARLO needs work, $300, 2
Mark. 7/11 tfn month.
1st A last plus deposit lob too mail. Custom
473.2210 weekdays or 173.4648weekends engravingname 75016.5 tires mounted
WANT TO DRINK on 8 lug Chevy
responsible Individual 69..3087.8/1tfnchg bodges, door desk
THAT'S: YOUR BUSINESS for appointment to see. tfn wheels, $100; 350 powergllde
to make telephone WANT TO STOP 6'/. FOOT SOFA Herculon fabric, rar.ly SALE OR RENT 1983 Mobile home plates, awards, plaques, trophies. 24 transmission $50. 473.3512 ask for
surveys/appointments from your THAT'S OURS used gold/brown/green colors, $250. 14x63, 2BR. 2BA, Island kitchen. 4 hour service 904-473-3671 day or John Jr Itpd 7/25
home. No selling) $5.10/hr passibleplus 473-2893. Itchg 8/1 miles East of Keystone at Big Tree evening. 8/1 tfnchg 1975 PLYMOUTH
Alcoholic SCAMPC.
bonuses. Call ..73.40907125 2tpd Anonymous Lak... 11/4 acres 9047430569. Itchg FORMICA CABINET WORK Save ,
964-41 509646894964S434pd SMALL SHASTA CAMPER Farberware money automatic power steering, 6 Cylinder
HAIRDRESSER WANTED part-time thru /16 turbo convection oven like new; Day OFFICE SPACE Available qn Highway by remodeling your existing cabinets good condition, $975; STUMP NOCKER

please Call Glenda at 964-4151 7/25 GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows, bed In good condition. 473-3408. Itchg 21. $100 per office 473.3360 9-5, by covering with new formica, doors II, 14' 6", 2 swivel seats, 18 h.p.
TRAIL MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Applications etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, 8/1 473-1468 after hours. 4tchg 8/1.8/22 and counter tops. Coll 473-3725 (Tom). Evinrude. Foot controlled Mercury

being taken for cook., 9646078. Order also taken In Lake BOX SPRINGS Mattress, double, $30; 12x40 2BR MOBILE HOME Furnished, MISCELLANEOUSPAC Trolling motor, Gator galvanized tilt
dishwashers, wlatress cashiers, Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, Small utilty trailer $20. 475-1138 Itpd washer, 2AC, $200 a month. 473-3371. trailer 1650. 4733992. Hod 7/33
housekeeper yard care and 473.4973.2/26 tfn 8/1
maintenance. Apply In person only. No BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infant and ALL KINDS OF BABY NEEDS Includes YARD SALE RAT- Buy, Sell and trade Used furniture LOSTFOUNDFOUND

phone Calls,.Equal Opp. Employer toddler to 5 of receive crib, bassinet & dressing table appliances, household Items,
up years age FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 Cardinal Drive off collectables, glassware, old jewerlv,
HELP WANTEDi 4733571. Itpd 8/1
Exp. workers electrical excellent 77. Call Water Call
care. Weekdays, ski Lake Brooklyn.
Pecan, across from elementary ..chool.Mal.rnlty .
plumbing air conditioning. Immed. tfn T!
73.7864.0" Itpd 8/1
clothes and lots of misc.
openings. Wayne Kinney 964.8786 8/1 LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns Balll 1 Union 8/1 .
CountyFOR ttchg ,
PART TIME WORKERS If you are over 18 fields playgrounds. Phone 485-1861 FOR ALL YOUItALTERATION
and make $120 per work for 10 h,.. anytime 4/25 tfnchg 14xiO BRAND NEW 2BR 1 '/.BA, on ''/. NEEDS
work don't call! We need workers "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK" Rebuild SALE III acre wooded area. CH/A, W/D connec

who work. We train! Unlimited Income transmission for $150 w/Warranty, ._._ WANTED tions. Many extras Immediate oc- CALL JOYCE
potential. Company bonus cars & (most cars) also do standards and Low down payment and mon 473-7122
benefits for part time. Call thu,.. foreign. Call 272.76077/11 tfn :tenlth Color Console TV In beautiful they payments. Owner financed.
Gloria 964-4277 Fri. and after Marie, LAND CLEARING Bulldozer work. Bob Walnut Cabinet Was 72995. Now only Will pay cash for your used mobile 473-3671 evenings and weekends.7/18 Jeans hemmed rips X tears clothes-

7823790. 8/1 ltpdFOR Maurer. 259.7480.7/25 1/15 4tpd $338,60, or take over payments of home. Ray Powell call 496-3377. 8/1 tfnchg I making references.

LP GAS Family owned & operated We $26,35 per month. For free home trial. 4tpd. 8/22 12x64 Carport screened porch 2 utility

RENT strive to give better prices & service Call collect 755.0945 for Mr. White 9 YARD SALE sheds, chain link fence, CH/A, 1/.. mile For Rent
We solicit customers who own their AM to 5 P.M. 7/l84tpd 8/8 from school. 473-4019. 8/ttfncha 3 BR HouseUnfurnished

MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK tank. We sell & rent tanks & furnish Coon Dog! Puppies UKC 'P.R." Treeing
Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. cylinders Open Mon thru Frl, Walkers 10 weeks old. Not shy. Six for Highway 121 Halfway between Lake WANTED
Recreational vehicles welcome Phone 8.45-6.30.: : Sat 8A5.3oo.: : 1.800.635.2371 $60 each. Call 496-3226 Itpd. 8/1 Butler and Worthington Springs. Saturday in Lake Butler

9647498. 9/16 tfn or 259.6810 3tchg Remington 30.0.6 Automatic Model and Sunday, August.3rd and 4th. WANTED Damaged or burned trailers. 9S4-8B02
RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET Will MANICURE For prettier hands and nails Number 742. Scope and strape. $250. l Itpd. 81Saturday Call Scott at 473-4073 or 1-2596156

design and remodel to suit needs. either your own or artificial. Have o call 4311197. Itpd 8/1 August 39 A.M.-till. Doyle 4tpd 71181WANTED HELP
Call 9646305. ask for 'ohn.your 3/07 tfn manicure or application. I promts. John Deere Riding mower $300. Sofa, Glover residence, I mile south on Someone to pick up old WANTED

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile you'll feet super special. Call for appointments $Frost-free refrigerator $200. SR231 on right. Itchg. 8/1 newspapers for recycling. Please con.

from Starke city limit. Clean. No and prices at your own con Norltake China six place serving with tact the Lake Region Monitor at Sewing Machine Operator Experience

children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. venlence. Martha Nettles 4311602. 8/1 extra tea set, $300. Itpd 8/1 MISCELLANEOUSFree 4732210. tfn.PERSONAL. helpful, but not necessary. Steady
468.1323 10/7 tfn ATTENTION SINGLES Companions, work with benefits package. Apply at

CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On Friends Dates are all available. Writ. INSURANCEMAINES Tabby Kittens six weeks old, litter SERVICES Lake Butler Apparel. Itchg. 8/1

Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call for Information and application tc box trained. 3 males-2 females. 175 -

964.7530 or 468.132310/07 tfn "Southern Singles" P.O. Box 743, / INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. N.W. 4th Ave. Itpd. 8/1 3ORMAN: WELL AND SEPTIC TANK CARS & TRUCKS

STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly Bonlfay Fl 32425. 8/1 8/2 2tpd lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 496-3978. Will, Babysit In my home. Will serve Package deal; 2" or 4" well, water
CLEANING let clean
house for
rate. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple me your Complete Insurance Service, tfn breakfast lunch and snack call pump, new installation of septic 81 Honda Accord Air
Resonable Call steering
Ave 7/28 tfn 964 you..5473 8/1 8/8 2tchg rates Judy Want Ads Get Results .496-2282 ask for Betty Itpd. 8/1 tank., drain fields and lift station obd brakes, 5-speed AM/FM power cassette.
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2pBA Mobile home poles available. All work
I HARVEYS CONSTRUCTION Roofs. Clean interior $' ,"00. Firm. Call
apt. For more Information call Lake guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman
utter Apts., 4963141. Equal.OpporUjnlty siding, home repairs specializing In _v... HELP WANTED 275-2131. tfn9/l 496-3197. Itpd 81HOMES
& llSl =qSiEQI(4=
Houslnay (dull: vitnu OJ Xmi t 1t.. rlfj.i. :) ; 3 kt7 1K41sM9, L. TECIINICIAII..Zphca-/ .NETTLES TREE SERVICE removal-and '
I TRAILER FOR RENT: Near Graham: 1 BR, tons : : pruning;: Also firewood; oak and pine FOR SALE
Completely furnished Including air. HODGES ENGRAVINGtTrophles. MINI STORAGE being taken for Sales and Ser for sale Call Thomas Nettles 496-3823.
nameplates, door plates. Made to local resident. Male
vice. Prefer or tfn 12/22
$60/week. 485-1371 7/25 Itchg order Fast Service. Coil 47'A7 I T/IX RENTALS female. Call Orange Park 269-1447. Government Homes from $1 (U repair).
1 BR BLOCK HOUSE Furnished A/C &
Also delinquent tax property. Call
964-88481 FOR RENT
U.S.301 S. 2tpd 7/25-8/1
heat, $350/month. Located on Edward. MISCELLANEOUSVETERANS 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for Information -
Loop. 964-5606 7/11 tfn [Now offering commercial size 7/4 8tpd 8/23

BA carpet, stove, refrigerator, $325.00 OF FOREIGN WARS Anyone Call 964-8848 4392X--3 BR, 1V BA., block In RENT Union CountyTlmes. 150
month plus deposit. No Pets. 964-7047 Interested or willing to form a VFW Doug Parkwood S/D $35,500. Main Street Lake Butler Phone REAL ESTATE

7/187/252tcha post In this area, send name; phone Prices 386X--3 BR 1V4 BA., frame near 496-2261 for Information. tfn OUT OF AREA
FOR RENT 5 room., 1 BA, $300 per number to Drawer A, Starke. 7/18 Competitive Southslde Elem. School corner lot Completely furnished home On lake In

month, plus $150 deposit. No pets or 2tpd 7/25 $23.400.388XSmall. Keystone. 3 bedrooms washer, dryer
Avail. 1st. 533.2789 Collie mixed LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY .
children. August FREE: Bull/Sheppard mixed # frame, 3 BR, 1 BA InLawtey freezer. No animals. $425 per month.
8/1 1 1Ich9FURNISHED puppies. 964-66148/1 Itpd A0411f0iG0.lIG1OifSlI0Bf0BE Call 496-2620 In Lake Butler or 473-7564 ? If I don't have It. I'll find It. Just
I BR APART. Large living $7500. in Keystone 7/11 4tchg 8/1 ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR.
J402--1 BR, 1 BA., frame, Raiford
room bath kitchenette, lights and COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Mobile Home Lots Fenced Good Shade, 496-2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR
water furn. No pets, or children ALL OFFICE SERVICES 12500. 50' x 100'. Powell's call 4963377.718 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn 8/04
$150.ll/mo. plus deposit 964'5033 7/25 RENTLEASEFOR Transcribing your cassettes or mine *405-3 BR 2 BA., block, encl. garage iiio" -

Itchg Typing letters Any printed Forms, Saratoga Heights area 38500.
FOR RENT on 8 acre farm Resumes Student papers. #399-.3 BR 1 BA., block fenced corner
... $200 per month. Heat Pump Central story building 7500 sq ft on corner of Businesses or Individuals lot Ch/2 wall unit., shaded lot | ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. 1 .

Alr-Ref-Stove. Grant St. to DeSue St. Call & Thompson Sts., needs remodel Bookeeplng Consultation to set up a 39900.

.' far as you can go In woods. Fla. power ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 356-6849 system posting-weekly or monthly, RealtorFormerly
llght-telephone-open all day. 8/1 Itpd quarterly reports Check on our commercial Investments FAULKNER REALTY

'r. OFFICE FOR RENT: 1.030 .q. ft. good Billing Medical or Accounts for Highway commercial, 221 W. Lafayette StreetMon.Frl. a o 'r
I 11 I
location nect to Post Office. Call Shop & Compare Receivable Mobile Home Parks, Acts.p 1:30 am.600
.. 331 N.Temple AveStarke p.m.
964.5010.8/1 Itchg SERVICES '
Insurance for EMPLOYMENT 9 to S
M 1 MOBILE HOME 12X65 2 BR, at Lost Special Fl 32091 Saturday a.m. p.m.
Permanent Employment
Mobile Home Park. Temporary or
Valley Campground C-100A. 964.5760 All types of homeowner STROUTREALTY 964.5065 .
8/1 HodLow for Call for employment needs ,
", '- policies us your g1
-- -. mobile homes. WAV. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE wcoroMiD ,

Fat No Cholesterol Call for Quote & PERSONNEL SERVICES MOKIt

Olin's MobileHome 218 S. Walnut Street, Starke ((904)) ., .964.8931 473.3096 I *LOVELY 2565 sq ft home with many extras 3'/t acre you have to see this to
964.7262 I appreciate. You could not duplicate this for this price.

Nutrition Seminar Sales .. ,......., -. I *BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY with 400 pecan trees 2 fish ponds, well & septic 27

*IIands-On Cooking Experience (acres for only 5500000.
1 *2 BR 1 BA on Lake St. Only 27000.

*Physicians on video Elaine M. Olin, Agent Carpet (Any $ 95 Scotchgard I *NICE LARGE BUILDING LOT approx. !'/. acres 230 East past the hospital
pro 964.5606 Room Ii Nil IsCleanln I *REMODELED 2 BR 1 BA frame on pretty shaded lot. ONLY 25000.

viding latest information II 1' Available *WESTMORELAND ST. 3 BR 1 BA CB hardwood floors CHSA Needs TLC
on health & nutrition Hal) 1$31,900.

*Tasting Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. 1 *HAMPTON AREA Just off Hwy 325 with built on wood heater, swimming

Individual Illustrated Steve Broadway ]pool, porch fenced workshop this Is Ideal for retired couple or young couple's
SERVICES OFFERED first home A lot for a little only $25.000.
guidebooks 1 *INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTIES. Washington St, 4 rentals Center St. 4

Cost: Now W8 socialize In cleaning and re-dyeing ol waD to wall carpet, furniture cleanIng I rental units Call today.

We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality I*DEERWOOD One of the nicer homes In Starke. Good assumable mortgage.
Inside auto detailing.
$20 couple $25 I BROADWAY & WALTERS and
1 EUCLID has chain link fence and
10 make an appointmenL ST. Reduced Imagine 3 BR, 1 BA, CHSA
For reservation, call Removal work at low low prices. Call now Mileage Charge Free Advice remodeled 1984. Priced to sell.ICUTE .

964-6310 Senior Citizen Discount No little 2 BR 1 BA CB on city lot only $24,000.

Trimming 964-4997 CallCheck *LOVELY large brick home on 2 acre has FP & green house. Call today to see
Education Credit forNurs. Call
Continuing. e Stump Removal this nice property
..Available In local l phone book. M Work Bu.nntesd l 13
Yellow Page BR 2 BA on 1 acre fenced. Flexible terms. Good location.
Firewood ..
*1.62 Acres zoned R.2 755' frontage ,
Free Estimate 11 II 13 acres Homeslte mostly cleared. Ideal setting priced right.

4Y. 173-4732 473.7679 Roberts Real Estate j under*HIGH 10000.00 AND DRY Owner 2,37 acres will finance.well above grade close to Starke and Raiford

VACUUMSALE After 5 P.M. 986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL I*INCOME POTENTIAL and living space tool 5.31 acres can be split and keep j

964-6262 9)440 sq ft home. Mid 60' Is a good buy.
Keystone Heights I*GREAT INVESTMENT fixer upper 2 BR, 1 BA can give good prof. to han
Licensed & Insured yman.

elN TOWN 4 bedroom, 2 baths Block Home on large city |*A SPECIAL PLACE TO LIVE beautiful home, 3 BR, 2 BA located In quiet |

NEW & USEDWe lot.-Has central heat & air,.single carport swimming pool. irestlglous area. Interior and energy efficient highlight this lovely offering
|*EXCELLENT VALUE! Breaker Home, close to schools.Only 3250000.

Finance Our Own Plumbing Supplies 5780000. |*$25,300.00 priced right, from. In Starke Call now before It sells/
business U.S. 301 with
KIRBYS COMMERCIAL Prime on The time Is now to Invest In lake property, Kingsley lake Home for Sale. A j jgreat
ROYALS 589 plus feet on the highway and 10 acres, 3300 square foot opportunity.

EUREKAS From building. Call for details. $11.900,4 rolling acres pasture and wooded Brooker.

HOOVERS .40 'ACRE FARM House with central heat & air. 15 acres in r IMAGINE 47'/t acres and a brick home. $89,900 Close to Starke.r .

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AI Young's'SI"c.1957 BROWNLEE ROAD Newly remodeled home with 4 L. Faulkner REALTOR 964-5142 ASSOCIATESIrene Ellse Johns 333-2816.

u.s. 301'N.StarVe-144 N.Flerlde Temple [r.964-10611 bedrooms, 2 baths. Fireplace, central air. A good buy at Suzanne Kitchens 964.7630 Bob Matthew 964-7281

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W. Roberts Jr. Broke I Carol Warner 964-4992.Property Manager
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News BriefsAlachua The three safety seats to pass that could break! under it'
I I. ,. wen! Co Pilot by Collier Keyworth crash forces of 20 mph.
Co., Astro eat WOOA by International The test reports come amidresults
my Eunice. Bond was set at $59.50.' Sidney Green Johnson pled guilty Mgf. Co. and Love Seat by of new agency studies show-
Man Killed Vehicle Hits Tree released Inc. ing widespread misuse of child safety -
He was on his own driving while license suspended,pay Century Products
After His Pickup Flips Driver Received recognizance. $25 cost.> Of the failures, the departmentsaid seats by consumers.
Johnson no fishing license, pay four had buckles that either According to one study ordered by
An Alachua man died when he lost Minor InjuriesThe Larry Dale Scott of Lawtey was $55.75. rusted or didn't work under high the agency's National Highway
control of his pickup truck just after driver received only minor In- arrested at Law's Tavern July 27 for John Donahue Crawford pled guilty temperatures, one caught fire too Traffic: Safety Administration, 85
midnight July 28, according to juries July 28 when his vehicle aggravated battery, according .to criminal mischief fined $105.75. easily ,the plastic head shield ofanther percent of faded 5 000 parents surveyed
Trooper R. B. Smith. struck a tree three miles south of Patrolman Michael Paris. Scott Wilma Smith Bennett pled guilty was too confining and two nationally to use a tether strap
Stanley N. Hayes, 22, was driving Starke on CR-227. allegedly cut Thomas Rodriquez.Bond disorderly intoxication, one day in were made with foam padding too on child seats that required them,71
west on CR-238 about eight miles Henry! F. Wilkes, 17, was taken to was set at $2,000, Scott was jail, credit for time served. thin to cushion occupants properly in percent incorrectly Installed the
north of Alachua at a high rate of Bradford Hospital by Rescue with released on his own recognizance. Cassandra Gadsen pled no contestto a crash. Still other models were seats facing the windshield and 28
speed when he lost control of his 1983 minor injuries according to Super- worthless check, make restitution made without the required crotch percenty failed to place seat belts
Isuzu pickup truck. visor Cliff Chapman. George Early of Starke was arrested and pay $29.50 court costs. strap? or were equipped, with !straps_ properly around the baby seat.
The truck left the road and turned Wilkes, driving a 1973 Ford, was July 29 for driving while Scott B. Morgan pled guilty to _. .. .-_ '1'J' 1\\::'!
over 3times,throwing Hayes from eastbound on CR-227 when his vehi- license suspended, no valid driver's failure to pay civil penalty, pay $25 ------
the cab. Hayes was dead at, the cle ran off the road onto the license and wile -wanton reckless fine.
scene. shoulder. Wilkes lost control of the driving, according to Sgt. David Juanita May Cloud pled no contestto
The truck, valued at $:$3,000,was a vehicle which skidded across the Goodner. He was released after a petit theft, 60 days probation, 25 (
to loss, troopers said. roadway and struck a tree with the $442.50 surety bond was posted. hours community work, Salvation Oa

left side,according to Trooper W.D. Army supervision.Joe :\ ,""f'j
Langston. TrafficCriminalCourt Luis Cirerol pled guilty to con- .... .' '" I.ll"
Man Apparently Kills Damages to the Ford was$1,000. suming alcoholic beverage in public, ,." .' ,I.
Wilkes was cited for careless driv- RecordsThe pay $50 cost. '\ %*

Himself in KeystoneA ing, said Langston.18YearOld. following defendants appeared John David Sheppard pled guiltyto :j .,,,..) N'NtStJ4)b All Riders
consuming alcoholic beverage in
Lake Geneva man died July 23 '''
before '''
Judge George H. : ''
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public, $50 cost. On Sale
self-inflicted pay
from an apparent gun Pierce July 30 for final disposition in
shot wound, according to Clay Coun- ArrestedOn Bradford County Traffic Criminal Electric Start Models

ty Bradley Sheriff's Office.Alan Norton, 51, was WarrantsJames Court. Only 3 Safety Seats '

found dead at a friend's home In W. Marchant, 18, of Starke Tommy Ray Brannen pled guilty Pass Safety TestsAll From $89995RIDING
Keystone Heights, according to was arrested July 29 on warrants to driving while intoxicated (DWI), but three of 16 child .--
Allen Trew, a spokesman for the steming from an Incident in Hampton fined $302, license suspended six seats tested the safety MOWERS
by dur-
sheriff's office. May 4, according to Lt. John months, 50 hours community work, ing the past have government failed federal j 8 HP Briggs 6 Stratton Engine. 32
Trew said a gun was found near Dempsey. attend DWI school, under Salvation tests for year Inch fully floating 4-in. cutting deck.
the body and following a thorough in- Marchant was charged by Mar- Army supervision six months. to rehablity a recent review and quality of Depart-, according Electric start) 5 forward speeds.
vestigation it has been determinedthat shal John Hodges with resisting arrest Leroy James Davis,Jr.pled guilty ment of Transportation test Comfortable seats fully adjustable.
the wound was self-inflicted, ,escape and assault on a law enforcement to DWI, fined $362. license suspended While all of the safety seat reports.models
said Trew. officer. Bond was set at six months, 50 hours communitywork tested passed the government'scrash w" *
i $3,000. attend DWI school, Salvation 118995
tests, 13 models failed to
pass _
Convenience Stores Army supervision.Davis d
one or more of the other tests required -
Hit With WarrantsClerks Starke Man ArrestedAt fined $55.75.Davis pled. guilty to Improper tag, year-old under child the restraint government's standard.five- YOUR CHOICE OPTIONAL CRASS CATCHERS

at four convenience stores Local TavernA pled not guilty to no valid CEaARew4ee
have been charged by the Bradford drivers license, produced valid
County Sheriff's Office with selling 20-year-old Starke man was arrested license and dismissed. .
beer to minors according to In- July 27 when police were call- Davis pled guilty to careless driv- .
vestigator David Aderholt. ed to Laws' Tavern to a disturbance. ing, fine$34.50.Emmitt $ NEW DOG
The State Attorney's Office has Jeffrey Boyd Caldwell was charged Edward Mote pled guilty BREEDERS: NEEDED 9111,, nN xMl t91Y!
issued warrants for the clerk work- with disorderly intoxication to DWI, fined $1,724.50, license ......... fw4eawBRYAN'S
ing at the time of the sale at PepO'sin resisting arrest without violence and suspended permanently,attend DWI Start now railing purcbrtd dogs ==-
Store criminal mischief according to school Salvation lor PROFIT. Git nlgntst national'
Starke, the Handy-Way Army supervision. ACE HARDWARE
across from the Starke Power Plant, Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bond Randall Allen Wainwright pled prices. Wt assist an now breeders -
Edwards Grocery on SR-100 at was set at $500 for each of the guilty driving while license suspended II quilllted. Possible te turn Pedtl a lehnnga4 In. U.S.301 S.
1/2 acre of your Idle ground Into _.,11."HlltIlTl Stark
fined .
CR-18 and Suwannee Swif ty Store on charges. $132.Wainwright 413-400" 964 4842
While in the of the county with a $10.000 Income. Call or write .
US-301 south of Starke. custody charged speedtoo .. ,
"We intend to continue jail Caldwell had another charge of fast for conditions, case dismiss- (Include your phone number) _'_ "" :c; _--- .' -
surveillance of local stores in an at- criminal mischief place against him ed.Michael UNITED KENNELSP. ... ..;.-- ;-:- "'" -A. _i".c,. .6"
tempt to curtail selling to minors," for damages he caused there,accor- H. Coy pled no contest 0. Box: 1155 "' -
said Aderholt, who stated alcohol is ding to Lt.John Dempsey. Bond was with leaving scene of accident and Shreveport, LA 71163.1155 : Dr. Dennis Connaughton
the worse drug problem in Bradford also set at $500 for that charge. improper turn, cases dismissed. '
County. Caldwell was released on his own Norman E. Coffey guilty of DWI, Phone 131374M358Eyesight (Associated with Dr. Harry Gruen)
The sheriff's office has received recognizance. fined $362, license suspended six
numerous complaints from parents months,attend DWI school, 50 hours Now Announces
and citizens, stating beer is being Bradford County community work, Salvation Army
sold to minors at local convenience Recent ArrestsThree supervision.
stores, said Aderholt.A Joseph Rudolph Crews pled guilty Changes EVENING DENTAL SERVICES
new state law arrests were made for driv- to refusing to sign traffic citation,
raised the age limit for purchasing ing while intoxicated over the case dismissed.
liquor to 21. "In this case the new weekend in Bradford County, all Crews pled guilty DWI, fined Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM
law had nothing to do with the sale,a three men were released after $325 $1,149, license suspended six months -
17-year-old purchased beer at all surety bonds were posted. Salvation Army supervision one 459. W. Call 9645152f

four stores,' said Aderholt.The Steven Ward Glenn of Jacksonville year, attend DWI school. ..... ::... ..... :; ..... rKENWIN"SHOP r-;: .,. """ '" -'- -- -
clerks will be required to appear was arrested July 28 by Crews pled guilty to running stop' ... .. ....;, .
in court to answer charges at a Patrolman R. B. Splitt. sign, fined $55.75. -
future date.Small. David J. Sasser of Starke was arrested John V. Daniel pled guilty failureto T ,
July 27, his blood alcohol con- maintain single lane, fined$34.50.
Plane Down tent was .15 percent, according to Daniel pled guilty to no valid
Patrolman Paul Rhoden. drivers license, fined$55.75.
Near Highland Scott Jay Bindley, 22, of Starke Reginald Daniel Byrd pled gully
was arrested July 28, his blood to unlawful speed,fined 3450. -, \ ''
Uninjured \
t Pilot alcohol content was .16 percent, according .) yrct pled.guUtx.Driving wh.t / n r ..' t J '.n dt ,UlJ, Is:.having CJAT Baf iX $ghp+Q ,,
y fljhe pilot of a single engine'plane to Trooper W.;D. Langston. license suspended, fined 10575. ; I 'NDon't take your eyesight for' Sale from Friday August 2nd through Saturday;' '
escaped injury when his plane flipped Byrd pled guilty to driving while granted. Having good vision( often ,
over as he attempted to land July Godfrey A. Pestana-Safon, 25, of license suspended, fined $55.75. means having the good sense to get August 10th. All Ladies dresses and all girlswearwill
25 near the Highland Zoo north of Tampa was arrested July 26 for Byrd charged careless driving, regular eye exams, and possibly,
Lawtey 5 p.m. driving while license suspended, according case dismissed. wearing eyeglasses. Make an appointment be 20% OFF the ticket price. As a special way to

The plane was enroute from to Trooper B. A. Williams. John Mitchell Brown pled guilty ,' soon. start the sale we will be selling 20% OFF our entire
Herlong Field in Jacksonville to the He was released after a $210 cash DWI, fined $624.50, license suspended ,
Keystone Heights Airport when it bond was posted. six months,attend DWI school,50 South Eastern stock for three hours beginning at 4:00: p.m., and
lost power. The pilot attempted to I hours community work, Salvation
make an emergency landing on a Henry Jones,Jr.27,of Middleburgwas Army supervision. Eye Care, Inc. continuing until 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 2,
dirt road on Oilman Paper Co. property arrested July 27 for DWLS, according Ken-
Robert F. Hook M.D. 1985. Come and save on everything using your
when a wing Up caught in the to Sgt. Greg,,Nichols. Bond ,
trees near the roadway causing the was set at $210, he was released on Misdemeanor Court George W. Freeman, M.D. win charge, cash, or layaway.
plane to flip over. his own recognizance. The following defendants appeared Diseases & Surgery of the Eye
Pilot Baxter Young of Baldwin before Judge Pierce in 103 Edwards Road

crawled, from the plane and went for Embritt Souller Frazier, 52, of misdemeanor court for final disposi-: 964-8588 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -
help according to (Deputy Sammy Starke was arrested July 26 for tion.
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( Plant Show at LWCI Big Success __ ,


from page( I record breaking freeze.

Graham's mansion. The heating unit in one of the three 4
The unique setting for the show main greenhouses burned out and '., 5 .
was enhanced by the inmates lost just about all of the .
a number of
displays plants inside. Some had been grown .
specially for the
up for a long time to Instructor
event which included the ,according -
splashing Coleman. One of the inmates .
waterfall, exhibits of colorful
ing baskets displays and the popular hang- happened to be passing by at the

cacti, shown in the center of the out- saved
door garden area and set against a Iw" a
striking white sand backdrop. of them. They were replaced just in ;
time for last year's show.
There was a shaded rest area -
under a wooden pavillion in the mid- "They had to make up for lost time
dle of the garden,and inmates serv- but they have done an exceptionaljob
ed refreshments for their guests in ," commented Ex-L.C.I.
one of the nearby buildings. Superintendent James Wainwrightat
the time. "This has been one of
While you couldn't) detect it from the most successful rehabilitative
the lushness of the exhibits, the hor- programs we have ever tried here.
ticultrual facility at L.C.I nearly The rewards have been tremendous
suffered a disasterous loss two from the standpoint of both the Inmates -
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Real Estate transactions for the Kristine A. Carmen sold lot 4 of Jack M.Courtney sold lot 6 of Hampton on U.S. 301 at Edwards Road to ShopNew
period March 20 April 20 in Brad- Seminole Ridge, Unit 2, to Walter S. Oaks to Willard R. and Dorothy Steve Whitehead for $50,000. Hours: 10A.M. to 6 P.M.
ford County totaled $2,144,524, top- and Evelyn C.Henderson for$20,200.A. Emo for$2,500. Carlton S. and Dora G. Whiteheadsold thru Saturday
ped by the sale of the Sleepy Hollow R., Jr. and Susan C. Thompsonsold J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown and a parcel of land on Edwards t Tuesday
Motel property located just north of lots 2 & 4 of Block 33, J. M. Jack M. Courtnay sold lots 3 & 4 of Road in Starke to Steve Whiteheadfor
the Starke city limits on U.S. 301. Johns' Addition to Starke to JamesE. Block B, Lake Hampton Oaks $50,000. 964-7109
Franklin C. and Jo Anne Lian sold ., III and Elizabeth F. Spence for Replat,and lot 1 of Hampton Oaks to GerahTGrTTfis Construction, Inc.
the property to Louie and Elizabeth $28,000. Raymond A. and Peggy S. Stanwix- sold lot 17 of Parkwood Subdivision All Nature Sings of Jesus
Boros for $250,000.In Clark R. and Phyllis T. Williams Hay for $9,700. tn Lester E. Woods for 44.500.
other transactions recorded sold a parcel of land on U.S. 301 near Eldon F. Ritchey sold lot 21 of Rit- iBBBHBB _..... ..----o.l A, II 1I.fj .... ..'
with the Clerk of Court's office dur- Deerwood, to Louie and Elizabeth chey Estates to Wayne C., Jr. and w
ing the period: Boros for $62,600.J. Deborah M. Hollingsworth for '
Elmer Frank and Vesta D. Aiken H. and Edith G. Eunice sold 1.46 $2,900.
sold lot 55 of Keystone Club Estates, acres on C.R. 125, east of Lawtey, to Charles B. Kelley sold lots
Unit 1, to Roy W. and Ruby s 1. Tyre James E. and Martha J. Cornwallfor 1,2,11,12, & 13 of Block 13, Brooker, 1985
for $3,300. $7,600. to T. S. Pridemore for $9,500.
Jerry C. and Joan C. Hurley sold a Bradford Land and Cattle Company Grady L. and Mattie L. Perry solda
parcel of land just north of Starke to, ,,, Inajsold\ Jot.W.pfRiverbend.(! parcel of land on S.R. 18 in Hamp ,
'William-..Bryant for$21,900! ': or"" ,''E tots ttMttrthaelM {1h e eoi 11| ton to"Ina-F.' Horn-and Jerry. .B.- .4 -MNa s N9
Dennis L. Bradley and Jennifer V. $4,600.r s n Knight for $12,000.
Kushner sold lot 29 of Seminole Gene D. Adams sold a parcel of Mildred Futch Stephens sold a 3-Dr. Sport
Ridge, Unit 7, to George N. Aspin- land in Mount Pleasant on Silver parcel of land in the Lincoln City
wall for $20,000. Lake to Parker D. and Ethel. S.. area to E. M. Lewis for $7,200. Coupe
Fred B. Miller, Jr.sold 2 acres of Mosman: for$3,90Qr -- As of (Faster Than ACT
land off of Griff Loop to Wendell L. The Ott Corporation sold lot 42 of April 1-20 V-8 Mustang)
and Loretta J. Matthews for $6,000. Seminole Ridge, Unit 6 to William A. Margaret J. Allen sold lot 29 of
Seaboard System Railroad, Inc. and Virginia T. Cooper for $4,800. Knight's Subdivision to James H. $ Air, Electronic Cassette;
sold .85 acres on U.S. 301 South in Jack M. Courtnay sold Tract I of and Ada L. Shipman for $37,100. 2I 2 7 3 Stereo, Sun Roof'NOTHING
Starke to Woodrow L. Thomas for Keystone Village to Francis W. and Fortune Federal Savings and ,
$50,000. Barbara L. Stanton for $7,600. Loan Association sold a parcel of DOWN
The Ott Corporation sold lot 34 of William B. and Dora R. Mosley land on West Adkins Street in Starketo
Seminold Ridge,Unit B to Charles S. sold lots 35 & 36 of Seminold Ridge, Ronald G. and Magdelena L. APPROVED CREDIT W/48 MONTH LEASE
and Eleanor B. Humphries and TroyE. Unit 5, to Philip A. and Patricia Reagan for $36,500.Community .
and Cheryl C. Phillips for $4,200. Hunter for $9,000. State Bank of Starke
The Ott Corporation: sold lots 35 & James E. and V. Ruth Smith sold sold lot 4 of Block 2, West Pines Sub-
36 of Seminole Ridge, Unit 6, to lot 2 of Block E, Pinehurst Subdivi- division to Norman J. and Laura 1985 LINCOLN MARK VII
Robert Hayes Thompson for $6,500. sion to William J. and Donna C. Conti for $10,000.
John A. Torode sold a parcel of Alexander for $35,000. Vito Michielli sold a parcel of landon
land on C.R. 225 east of Lawtey to Maxie D. Reddish and RaymondR. S.R. 28, near Keystone Airport,to
Steve W. and Novetha Jenkins for Secrest sold a parcel of land in Ida Perrine for $19,000. List 24,495.
$6,500. Woodlawn to Rogue A. and Kathy L. John F. and Delores D. Wolf pur- Loaded
South Sumpter Tire Service sold Ruminer for $9,000. chased lot 13 of Pine,Acres Park Completely
lots 8&9 of Block 11,Temple's Addi- Gerald and Joan Kohn sold lot 25 from the Estate of the late Stella 3,000 Miles.
tion to Starke to W. H. and Martha F. of Geneva Woods to Trinity Baptist Radnis Plentis for $35 000. i
Barber for$42,500. Church of Keystone Heights,Inc.for Dwight Alan and Velma Jean Hut- Untitled Ford Motor Co. o o
Alma Bertie Dyal sold a parcel of $20,000. cheson sold lot 37 of Knight's Sub-
land in Hampton to Robert L.Holder Peter W. and Janice K. White sold division to Dean and Monya Dunlap Exec. Car
for $8,500. lot 26 of Geneva Woods to Trinity for$38,000.
John W. Settles sold 4.9 acres on Baptist Church of Keystone Heights, Carl Hurst sold lot G of Block 2, 5010
Mark Lee Starling Road to Curtis G. Inc. for $20,000.Estelle The Woods, to Charles I. and Betty
and Judy Ann Lee for $14,000. B. Beckham sold lots 22 & R. Parliment for $90,000.. Sale S1 7,995
William and Anna Jean Alvarez 23 of Geneva Woods to Trinity Bap- James B. and Geneva Mary
sold lot 47 of Riverbend Estates to tist Church of Keystone Heights, Inc. Whitehead sold 2 acres near Dyal
Glenn H. Mackey and Thomas J. for $39,900. Cemetery to Shane J. Thornton for
and Elaine Olin sold .86 acre
Mark --
Mackey for $2,000. $28,170.
Nick Joseph Isabella sold an acre on Pleasant Grove Road to Delores William J. and Donna C. Alex- USED VEHICLE SPECIALS
of land near U.S. 301 and Morgan Allen for $3,500. ander sold lots 11 & 12 of Block 24,
Road to Otis Mona C. Crabtree for Maxie D. Reddish and RaymondR. Simon J. Temple's Addition to Please Compare These Prices...
Secrest sold a parcel of land in
$5,000. Starke, to Starke Church of Christ,
Lawrence D. and Lorraine J. Woodlawn to Phillip, Jr.and Phyllis Inc. for$40,000.Constantinos. 1985 BLAZER 4x4 1984 HONDA ACCORD XL
Brown sold parcel of land on C.R. L. Douglas for$5,000. Kopelousos and John .
235 north of Brooker to William T.and William R. and Elmo G.Aldermansold Kopelousos sold parcel of land in Silverado. New 18,000. 4-Dr. Loaded
Patricia Caren and Marc T.and 4.47 acres on U.S. 301, near Livingston Truby &Company's Ad-
Robin Frazier for $22,500. Prevatt Creek, to Sheila Belcher for dition to Starke to Wayne E. Wetzel 12.995 8495
Colon M. and Marian N. Thomas $22,500. and Lewis M. Garrish for $22,000.
sold a parcel of land on S.R. 16 at Eugene F. and Edith B. Shaw sold Frank I. and Margaret L. McKin- 1985 NISSAN (bATSUN) 1984 MUSTANG QT
U.S.301 in Starke to Starke Radiatorand 10 acres on Bessent Road in Starketo ney sold 9.07 acres on C.R.225,southof New
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Transmission Service, Inc. for Randall L. and Susan F. Reddishfor Sampson Lake to Tommy H. and L.W.B. Pickup ( Loaded. Last of the Hot Ones)

$10,000. $126,900. Elizabeth E. Wynn for $19,954.
Martha G. Thomas sold 25 acres of Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. Carlton S. and Dora G. Whiteheadsold $8495 $9495<
land near Theresa to Clinton O. and sold lot 28 of Parkwood Subdivisionto one-half interest in parcel of
Janet D. McKinney, Dorsey Lee Clyde W. Sumner, Jr. for$4,500. land on Edwards Road in Starke, to 1985 FORD RANGER XL 1984 BUICK PARK AVE.

Jr.Carroll, for,$50,000.James III and. Dorsey Lee Carroll, sold Gerald lot 24 Griffis of Parkwood Construction Subdivision, Inc. Phillip$64,000. J. and. 'Lois J. Clark for Loaded. 10,000 Mi. Camper 4.Dr.. Loaded

: K. and Hester C. Richie to Morgan S. Underhill for 14.500. Phillip W and Lois J. Clark sold
sold lot 7 of Sampson Lake Shores, J.Brooks and Helen L. Brown and one-half interest in a oarcel of-land $8495 12,995
Unit 1, to Malcolm L. and Jewell E. -
Hill for$25,000. 1985 LINCOLN TOWNCAR 1984 DODQE' 600

Betty Rogers sold lot 6 of Block A. 4-Dr. Leather. Loaded. 4 Dr. Loaded
Lake Hampton Oaks Replat, to OpalKing INSUVi.L A1IIO.N

for $3,500.Bradford Land. and Cattle Com- 16 ,995 6495

sold lot 82 of River Bend THAT ENERGY
Estates to Alan Dinkelo for $3,200. 1985 MAZDA 626 1984 BMW 7331

Billie J. and Janie P. Jarvis sold a 4 Dr. Loaded (Untitled) White-Red Leather, 12,000 Mi.
parcel of land near C.R.229 and C.R.

$4,000.225 to Phillip Scott Lazenby for I $ 11,995 $28 995

George E. Smith, as Trustee, pur- ESCORT WAGON
1985 1984 DODGE D5O P.U.
chased 8 acres on U.S. 301 North in .
Starke from the Estate of the late !I.-aLI Air, Radio, 6,000 Mi. Air, Radio, 21,000 Mi.
Palmer Williams for $90,000. ..y;
Terrence M. Brown sold a parcelof $7495 $4995'
land on Call Street in downtown ; HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL'. FRAME HOUSE"EXTERIOR -. _
Starke to Magnolia Properties Inc. HIGH R VALUE. CELLULOSE INSULATION '? :
for $20,000. --HIBERGLAS BA1'TS NEW Otf Q fl> CONSTRUCTION: }
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, =S..=ioM tortS of Plum Valley Harbor to
Kenneth W and Betty L. Drost for Fw Flauili0 ...'W,)'
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John W. Suttles sold S acres on SAVE ', 964-6956 'QN COOLlNQ Jax.
Mark Lee Starling Road to Billy ON HEATING. .f' I Starka G'vlDe! Keystone Hgt*

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