Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
August 8, 1985
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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meeting warmer air coming from the SINCE 1879
south will create a better than 50 percent chance of continued after- SECTION At 12 Pog.
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will be in the low 90s, lows in the low 70s. Public Notices. . . . . IOA (oJII 3crOuiV
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the past week.The Santa Fe fire tower, on US-301 south of Starke SECTION B: 12 Pag. L113itA\\-f'{ .
reported 2.2 inches Aug. 4. The New River Tower on SK-100 west Ancient Canooi. . . . .IB )u I .I Of I fLU HM.
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College Starke Center will be open 4 i nSN ''i li ,
for business Aug. 15 in the old 1902 Y' ,
courthouse in downtown Starke.
Registration continues 8 a.m. to 4 Deficit Spending Bill
p.m. in the BHS office of SFCC until :
Aug. 15. An evening registration .JIL

is set 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13.
The Fall Term is set to open Aug. ,f Jacking up the carryover, findinga 12 months, enabled he and Clerk
mistake, and cutting contingency Brown to make a much better guessat
27.The SFCC Starke Center is funds, the way-out county budgetwas the actual carryovtr level.

welcoming not only recent high nearly balanced and was given In recalculating, Farnsworth said,
Monday night, 5 to Clerk Gib
Aug. ,
school graduates but also older all the revenue estimates remained
students who may wish to start or Brown and CPA Pat Farnsworth to essentially the same except two:
continue a college education. job. $75,000 in state revenue funds had
qki The budget will be balanced
Classes are also open to non-degree not been included in the revenue projections
somewhere around$4.3 million, witha
Clerk Brown
seeking students who wish to take previously.
one or more courses for their projected 85-86 carryover said he wasn't counting on the the
enrichment or enjoyment.For somewhere between $50,000 and state funds until he was certain it
$150,000. Thus the budget uses most would be funded.
more information call the
of the current $700,000 carryover from the of Starke.
SFCC Starke Office $27,400 City
phone 9645382.
funds and leaves next year, when the Clerk Brown said he wasn't sure un-
county is expected to lose its
$330,000 til last week the money was actually
C & W Dancing... in federal sharing funds, looking budgeted by the city, but has been
rough. told by City Clerk Neil Tucker that it
Free country-western dance "You haven't seen what'll happenif is in the budget.
lessons will be offered to any In- they do that (cut off the federal CPA Farnsworth said another
terested every Monday night at revenue sharing funds). You'll see $31,990 was saved when he found
7:30: p.m. beginning Aug. 12, spon- fw,4"t.W things like the library close, and the that the payment on the new gar-
sored by Starke Lanes Club 25. % landfill go private. We'll cross that bage compactor had been budgeted
The Texas 2-Step, 3-Step, Waltz bridge when we come to it," was the twice, in the mosquito control
and Western Swing are among the reaction Commission Chairman budget and in capital outlay.In .
dances that will be taught. Dance Maxie Carter. addition, Farnsworth and Clerk
instructor Michael Herndon Brown cut General Fund contingency -
welcomes everyone out. For mor No Tax Increase... fund by $45,000. The cut still
information, call Starke Lanes, t t *rp.t The commission officially set 85-86 leaves $50,000 in the contingency
phone 9648175. millage at the rollback rate of 9.332 fund, over $31,000 more than in the
k mills, the tax levy that will bring in 84-85 budget.
,.. the same amount of tax dollars as That cut the budget shortfall from
8485. Commissioners were deter- $912,399 down to $732,959 shaving
Vet Memorial... !kr mined not to increase ad valorem $179,440 from the requested total of
taxes, and stuck to their guns. $4,547,625.
A granite stone was dedicated The first of two required public Commissioners struggled to trim
Memorial Day this year to all men hearings before the budget is finally the over $700.000 the amount of the
and women who have served their adopted is set for Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. new carryover projection. Going
country in any branch of service. The second and final public hearing over the budget item-by-item the
Donations are being accepted by is tentatively set for Sept. 23. commission cut only $24,000 in some
help offset the cost of installing the two hours, then harried; the budget
beautiful stone monument, affixedto The Recalculation... back to Clerk Brown to do the rest.
the base of the artillery piece Recalculating the carryover was The commissioners found it difficult -
facing south on the island at the in- .the key. Clerk, Brqwn declared that to say no this year. When one ,v
tersection of south Walnut Street .
I I previous carryover., estimates,.,, member wanted to-cut, an ;
and US-301. Starke
councilman '
money on hand at the end of the item, little support was found. Com-
Charless Schaefer, who spearheaded fiscal year, had been conservative. missioner Lawrence Mosley
the drive for the veterans "I've told you before when the repeatedly tried to cut small items
memorial, says donations of any Rare Find... Photo ly IWorh Ftlodlln clerk estimates revenue it's conservative with no success. New Commissioner
amount will be appreciated. To ," Brown said,jesting( that one Wilbur Waters wanted to cut out
make donations phone the City of Peat Mine Owner Ollie Strickland (above) gazer found by one of Strickland's! heavy equipment commssioner, Lawrence Mosley,accused $10,000 in communication repair
Starke, 9645027. at an unexpected find his workers made last week operators during a routine digging operation.The him of pulling a brick out of equipment. But Chairman Carter
that has attracted the attention of diversity of canoes were dated using tool and burn ni ji kc the courthouse wall and finding hid- pointed out Communications Direc-
Florida Anthropology researchers.Up as being up to 3,000 ears old one of the most important den money. tor Jerry Thompson has been requested -
Toys Needed... to eight' old dugout canoes, including this nearly archeological finds ever made in the urea. But Farnsworth was sincere in the new mobile repairsee
The Bradford-Union Guidance perfectly preserved example shown above were For more information see Page B-l. pointing out the additional month'sbudget

Clinic needs toys your children experience giving him 10 of ( Carry-Over..p.3A)
have outgrown for use in its Child
Day Care Center for ages 25.

books dishes.Items, push-toys Any most, and needed,all play donations are kitchen puzzles will pots, Property Owner Vote Next in Downtown Project I

be greatly appreciated, says Debra -
Johns Parmenter, clinic director. After Mayor-Commissioner Bobby Biggs Call and Walnut Street intersection, which is Mayor Biggs questioned if detailed plans of Miller said the vote,required( by law to
Persons wishing to contribute can questioned DPC Chairman John Miller at SR-230. And, an outside of downtown source the project should not be shown to the council establish a special taxing district, should be
deliver items to the Clinic at the length Tuesday night, Aug. 6, Starke commis- has offered to donate the $20,000 water fountain and various city departments before the done before any more city money is spent on
corner of Grand and Georgia sioners unanimously called for an election of Miller told commissioners. referendum. Commissioner Jimmy Crosby detailed plans.
Streets, behind the new courthouse, the 35 property owners on the proposed Mayor Bobby Biggs questioned Miller and said a vote is the next logical step before said since the Santa Fe Com-
or call the Clinic at 964-8382 or the $300,000 downtown renovation project. city attorney Terry Brown about the legal money is spent on detailed planning. Attorney Mayor Biggs to downtown Starke

Community Day Care Center, Essentially, Biggs questioned whether the ramifications of holding a vote of the property Brown agreed. lends munity credence College to coming the downtown renovation
phone 964-6794, to arrange for pick- be with owners, funding for the project, and at which
project can completed $300,000. The Miller said the plans the DPC has so far are project planned by the merchants.
up. Downtown Progress Committee (DPC) had point the plans will be final. on display at the Chamber of Commerce.

cut $200,000 from the original project cost district Attorney must Brown be established said a special under Florida taxing Commissioner Silcox said he's seen the Called the Historic Downtown Project, the
estimates. preliminary plans and they would be little renovation includes
proposed brickpavedcross
Upcoming... law in which the must be specifically
project technical help for the city water and electric walks, planting of trees and shrubs to
commission the DPC had described, that present thinking is for a city
Bradford Club Miller told the departments. add
The Quarterback installing streets
greenery, period lamps
loan rather than bond issue, and that plans
will meet at 7:30: p.m. tonight more than half the downtown property a such as the few from the 1920s still standing,
(Thursday Aug. 8) at the field owners signed up,21 of the 35 property owners can be changed by the council. Miller said if Commissioner Vernon Silcox said "a coupleof" installing underground electric and water
with eight more signatures anticipated. The the plans were substantially changed he property owners who signed up for the
house. All interested are supplies in the affected area, and replacingand
invited to attend. persons 21 also own 64 percent of the downtown front hoped the DPC would have some input. $300,000 project phoned him to find out if their improving the sidewalks.The .
The Bradford County Commission footage in the affected area. The project is too small for a bond issue, signing was final. Those calling expressedthey
"Can you do it with $300,000?" asked Com- Brown said. The city can probably pursue a weren't sure what to do but didn't wantto
will meet at 9:30: a.m. Monday, missioner Jimmy Crosby. bank loan as it has for other projects, the attorney stop the project by not signing. affected area, including 35 property
Aug. 12, for its regular August "Not without the assistance of the city," said.Exactly Miller said each signature was witnessedby owners and some 60 parcels of land, is Call
meetings. The regular meeting of said DPC Chairman Miller. how the vote of the property two people, and are on file in the Chamber Street between US-301 and the railroad, and
the commission has been changedto The state Department of Transportationhas owners will be implemented has not yet been office. He assured the council there are no Walnut, Thompson and Court Streets between
of the month.
second Monday
the Madison and Jefferson Streets.
the researched in detail. secrets involved in the planning.
The Brooker City Council is set $66,000 budgeted to put new signals on

to meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Aug. .
13, for its regular monthly meeting.The .

Hampton City Commissionis Commission Backs Sheriff Increase in County Jail Staff
set to meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, on I

Aug. 13, for its regular monthly

meeting.The is which that revealed 14 prisoners and no Sheriff Dolph Reddish has told the
Starke Gator QuarterbackClub Bradford County commissionersare The jail staff is inadequate, particularly Paragraph 2 provides
Sheriff Reddishin pertaining to female In- females. county commission he wants to hire
will meet next Thursday, Aug. backing Dolph
the staffto mates. Neither should the 10 the staff of the jail should be increased two additional correctional officersfor
the Starke Golf & resisting increasing jail
15, at 7 p.m. in : "Sheriff Reddish is attempting to
be allowed to work as to ten, including five female cor- the jail, including one fema'ecorrectional
Country Club. Speaker will be Jack 10, including five women corrections employees work out an arrangement with a officer. Reddish told
Hairston, sports editor of The officers, as urged by the radio dispatchers under the DOC rectional officers, excluding officers
Gainesville Sun. There are still Florida Department of Corrections. stipulation."I acting as dispatchers. It seems to nearby facility to ni/u..e female the commission he is working to
for the Miami trip. the "Totally unreasonable," is the me totally unreasonable to require a prisoners who are unable to bond out have Bradford County's female inmates
five correctional officers or be released on their own housed in the Alachua County
staff of female
bus to term placed on the stipulation by attorney
LSU trip is full. A second see no way we could execute the If
Auburn has openings. For Informa- Julius F. Parker, Jr. of stipulation as drafted," attorney for a Jail which has an recognizance after first hearing. jail.
Tallahassee who works for the average female population of .5 per- he can make such an arrangement it
tion call Hazel Hardy, 964-5070 or Parker wrote July 23 to James -
of seems to me that would solve the Sheriff Reddish has warned the ,
Florida Sheriff's Association and W.Sloan assistant sons per day. By way .
964-7451. general attorney Bradford
who has been retained to work on the general Department of Legal Affairs DOC's inspection? of the problem but hiring five female correctional county commission that if he is forced ''
Bradford County case. Civil Division Tallahassee"One County Jail on September 26, 1984, officers to handle a max- to increase the jail correctional .
Fighting Cancer... DOC wants Bradford County to revealed a total of one female imimum of one or two female officers to 10 that he'll have to come
add the 10 employees to the jail staff, prisoner in the jail at that time. The prisoners seems to me a ridiculous back to the board and request an ad- ,9
The 1985 American Cancer Society which it contends is understaffed. of the major sticking points inspection report of March 12. 1984 waste of taxpayers' money." ditional $78,000.
Bradford County Unit, Fund
Drive period will end in August. -

not Bradford been met County's, says Drive 1985 quota Chairman has Hampton Council Votes No Tax Increase For New Fiscal Year :.-.1

Lillian Stump. Donations may be ---- .
sent to Miss Lillian Stump, 1199 $600.00 eccouni tor addition of a part-time employee, ana other cities, with the exceptionof
The Council at unanimously to leave the millage at per year expense
Bessent Road, Starke, FL 32091. Hampton budget City workship session, a the 1.691 level, at least until the first the clerk, which were added last but contract labor will be down to Starke, for an animal control pro- '
"Each year we hope the cure for year but not included in the budget. $8.000 from last year's 13000. gram.The.
voted increase in public hearing, when it still In-
this dread disease will be found and Monday night, no may first of two public hearings L

great strides are being made an- taxes Council for the members 1985-86 fiscal year. the crease crease the will rate be required If determined to producethe an in- Also under the General Fund A new addition to this year's required by law for adoption of the .,i

nually," advises Miss Stump. opinion that taxes should expressed remain the same amount of revenue. budget, maintenance salaries will be budget will be. $1,000 for a new budget was set for Monday,
"As a part of your regular I cooperative effort with the county Sept. 9 at 7 p.m.
from due to the '
$10,320 $8,320.
cancer-related check ask same to produce the current amountof The tentative budget was approved up JO .. 1
up your
in the amount of 97998.00 for the -- -- "I
physician to help you keep your colon revenue. 1985-86 fiscal This included Hercules Maintenance now upen to Public '
and rectum healthy. Early Confusion arose from a letter from year. a Shop f I
budget of for the Water
Tax $18,512.00
detection and prompt treatment Bradford County Appraiser 1.Hercules the Hercules shop will include .1
The day, Aug.
heavy equipment
Alvarez stating that the cur Department, and $79,486.00 for
Jimmy ,
really off. Even before our has been engine and transmission repair :"J
pays when the General Fund. maintenance shop of Hercules, Inc. designated a ,
rate 1.711
rent millage was ,
president suffered this disease, the full service Cummins dealer engine dynamometer testing, \
budget for the past reflected a This included the addition $300 at 709 Alton Road in Starke are opento engine
main efforts for cancer control by year for council members for the public, company officials told and a Berco dealer for tractor general truck and tractor )'
millage rate of 1.691. per year
the Cancer Society for 1985-88 was maintenance and repair, and
the Board of Governors of the undercarriage components.
After advice from City Attorney special meetings, $900 per year ex-
in colorectal problems. Commercial services machine and welding shop
James R. Flynn. the council voted pense account for the mayor, and Chamber of Commerce last Thurs provided at. shop


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I 3-2 Vote Kills Starke Council's: Pay HikeIn I lllnn..1.nMI

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a 3-2 vote, Starke City CommIssioners commissioner selected by his fellow Gas Rates Going Up... vice increases a proposal by Patterson -
denied themselves a pay commissioners to serve as mayor- After the discussion on raises the to increase gas rates by two
raise Tuesday nighiftVwvlbough no commissioner should receive and city commission heard a request cents per therm, which he said Yk
increase has be ot In per month because of from Bob Patterson head of the ci- would raise $20,000 per year.
three .....' ulitieg of that
years. ty's natural gas department, to add
additiOnaj50 commissioners pas* to his two-man
0' a position depart-
City'commissioners''ge 00 t job tag a$h years I' ment. A laborer position, granted by Zoning ApprovedFor tr.
thly for deciding the*poll* of "" cornrglssiollertobav the commission Tuesday night, will Walmart. KOAIn '
government, a crack at the honor of being chair free Patterson to do more preven- a zoning matter, the commission -
man. tative maintenance on the system. approved a recommendationfrom
Charles haefer
Commissioners ,
the Planning and Zoning Boardto
Jimmy Crosby Jr. and Bobby Biggs Clerk Nelt Tucker- said the 5 last Patterson said the city is'about approve two rezoning requests in-
voted against the raise. raise voted by the commission was two years behind in replacing volving the proposed Walmart storeon
three or four years ago. meters to keep the service in top- US 301 south.
The vote came on a motion by knotch condition. He said that's an
Commissioner Charles Schaefer to Silcox said he would be urging improvement over a few years ago To build the discount store on the
tentatively approve the 85-86 budgetof commissioners to spend more in- when he started working in the 15 acres presently occuppied by the .
$6 million-plus to include a truck dividual time with city departmentheads department and preventive KOA mobile home and campground, u
and an additional man in the Gas to make themselves aware of maintenance was about 12 years the property was rezoned from fy
Dept. but to exclude the salary in- the problems and possibilities the city behind schedule. The vote was 4-1, mobile home to business. A
crease for the council. The five per- services face. the motion
Silcox voting no, on by KOA will be moving just south of :
cent pay raise for all city employeesis Commissioner Charles Schaefer. i
still in the budget. In the past, he said, it has taken the current location on 37 acres pur- # ? ;
too long for the commission to take The commission also followed Pat chased from James Stelogeannis. :
The millage rollback rate,the levy action because of the extended process terson's recommendation to increase That land designated as agriculturalwas
which will bring in the same amountof of getting educated on the service call fees. He said the- changed to allow mobile homes
tax dollars as the current year, of, source of' problems and what and the campground.
2.815 was also tentatively approved. ramifications various policy call present is far charge too low.of He$5 said for the a service actual Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said Library Expresses Appreciation...

Two public hearings, required bylaw changes decided upon by the com cost for answering a residence call the new location for KOA will be less
are upcoming on the budget. mission would have on other sectorsof for service is probably $25. noisy because trees will provide a Mrs. George "Maggie"! !Miller president of the Friends of the Bradford
Commissioner Vernon Silcox talk- the city government. noise buffer for persons staying in County Public Library, presents Ray Norman left, vice-president of the
ed about adding $100 monthly to the The rates were increased to $10 the park. Community State Bank of Starke and J.E. Tomlinson right president of
pay during budget planning .last Silcox said he didn't mind takingthe with the difference being covered by He said preliminary plans for the the Florida National Bank at Starke with plaques In appreciation of their
month. He said the commissionersneed responsibility for seeking the profits from the 1,350 natural gas Walmart store were being reviewedin institutions continued support of the Friend's organization and quality
to become more involved in the pay increase because the time involved customers. his office and construction might library service for all Bradford Countians.
city's government and spend more by commissioners was continuing begin as soon as two months.A .
time learning what's happening in to increase. Silcox said he Patterson pointed out that natural Over 100 concerned citizens and local businesses contributed to this
the various departments so that knew that Schaefer would be againstthe gas remains the best source of lowest of three bids received last year's Friends drive. The membership drive is ongoing; and you haven't
decisions can be made more quickly raises 'because he had voted energy for heating available. It's month to paint the city's water tower Joined,there's still time.
based on better knowledge of the against them on the two other occa- half the cost of bottle gas he said. near Pratt Street was accepted. The
situations involved. sions when Silcox brought the sub- Commissioner Schaefer did not include $10,907 will repaint the huge tank the

Silcox went on to suggest that the ject up over the past 12 years. in his motion on the gas ser same color. .
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I Tentative Bradford School Budget is ApprovedThe I Natux'Made.

second step in adopting the getting more but the overall will increase from 60-cents to said that the-architect had three
85-86 school budget was taken Mon- average will be 7.3-percent. 80-cents grades 6-8 from 60-cents to legal sheets of items which needed to Bach-to-Schooii
day night Aug. 6, when the school "Everybody's salary is 90-cents and high school from be taken care of before the job was
board agreed to tentaively acceptthe different..that's why a percentate 80-cents to $1.' Adult lunches will complete. _
proposed budget. increase in the way to go" said Pat now run $1.75 up from $1.40. Reduced SUPPLIES---- (
Proposed spending for 85-85 will be Spengler. price lunches will increase to Band Instruments...
almost $13.7-million. The largest Non-instructional staff will 40-cents from 30-cents. Extra milk An emergency purchase of band
portion of this amount, almost receive an across the board will go to 25-cents. instruments was authorized by the r----------T---------
$6.8-million, will be spent for teacher 7.3-percent increase as well, said The new charges were approved board so that the band could have I VITAMIN I OYSTER SHELL I II
salaries. Mike Reddish school board finance unanimously by the board. them for band camp. The recom- I E CALCIUM
The proposed millage rate for the chief. mendation for the$3,625 expenditurecame 400 I.U. I !,

school system was given tentatively SE Getting Carpet... from Duncan.In I 1160 I WITH VITAMIN D 1372 |
approved and a final public hearingis Vo-Tech ClassIs Stake Elementary will finally get other action the school board: I O
set September 9. 4.698 mills is the In Danger.... the last of their rooms carpeted 100 $ 7Ql I 100 $1 QQl I
state mandated required local effortto with the award of a contract to Teal. I{ CAPSULESLmi SPI I TABLETS lSfl I
participate in state funding which superintendent With declining Jim enrollment Duncan said Tile and Carpet. As the only bidder Adopted the yearly interdistrict L mmm________J._mmmmm

generates about $9.5-million for the that the daytime heating and air- Teal submitted a bid of $18,574 for agreement between Clay County and SALE PRICED
county. A discretionary 1.319 mills conditioning class at the Vo-Tech the job. Bradford. The pact allows students ZINC 60 MG . . . . . ioos $3.49
was decided on by the board for additional may not have enough students to In discussing carpeting with the in the Keystone area to go to D VITAMIN C 500 MG
funding needs. Total board Ken Teal told them that they Keystone schools from Bradford
millage for the school board was set justify He said continuing that you it.need at least 12 might have a claim against the County and lets Kingsley. Lake W/ROSEHIPS . . . 130sD $2.99

at 6.017.. <* students to pay for a course and manufacturer for carpet which had students come to Bradford schools. SUPER B COMPLEX . . . 100'sD $3.99
Property taxes will generate the been installed by the first contrac-.
vast majority of locally raised "You need to have 15. We're tryingto tor. He recommended that the THERAPEUTIC M. . . uosD $3.99
put it on as near a paying programas Accepted revised school bus
money which is estimated at over we can." board consider hiring an indepen- routes, with the earliest pick-up set VITAMIN C 500 MG . . . lOO's $1.49
l.l-million for the coming year. "The basic reason we're here is dent inspector to advise them on the for 6:43: a.m., according to Leonard
Local taxes account for only approx- condition of the carpet. Register director of He D SUNNY MAID CHEWABLE
K12. The other's if we can do operations. .
imately 11 percent of the the total it," said :board: gravy member Rodney also told the board that with the MULTIPLE VITAMINS . . 100 & 52.29

school budget Hall. assistance from prison labor, every O SUNNY MAID CHEWABLE
Board Refuses
system-wide Teachers salaries average will of 7.3-percent go up a To Accept .. bus would be cleaned and waxed MULTIPLE VITAMINS WI/ IRON , 100's 52.29
before the start of school.
next year. Because of the the Lunch Prices\ p... / DINUTRA-E' : '.VITAMIN1i' : >i.'nlHi.11/1. oj, I ,
way: ,
The work:xuiu the f\re-d\ i'naged'J!If 2 The final public hearing Ion the .
salary structure has been modified, Lunches will be'going:Tup when part of BHS was not accepted by the....proposed budget will bn September 9. ''' SKIN/ CR AIK'e'piriS; ';:;.uJ: f'o2 t.1 52.49' ; '''!' blvio
some teachers will be getting less school starts to cover an estimated board after an inspection trip before in the board room at school board
than the average and others will be $78.000 deficit. Prices for grades K-5 the scheduled meeting. Spengler J headquarters. NUTRA-E ALOE ESSENCE

BURN LOTION . . . . .402 $2.49



Families with income below certain In certain cases foster children lunches will be !JOt, up 3ot; grades ble by the National School Lunch Act D ERASER r i PAPER
levels which may not be as low may be eligible for free or reduced 9-12 lunches will be $1, up 201. Extra if you qualify." PIN/ 979144Mitchell's
as they may think are eligible by price school lunches. If a householdhas milk will cost 25 cents per pint at all The National School Lunch Pro
federal law for reduced or free foster children and wishes to apply schools. gram was set up to provide hot
school lunches. for such meals the school should Reduced prices lunches will cost nutritious meals for children eligiblefor Store
be contacted. 40 cents. free or reduced price meals and
For instance a family of four witha Information provided by the The school food service programis to provide lows cost meals for the
father mother and two children household is confidential and will be reimbursed by the Dept. of children who pay full price. Goal of 127 E. Call St. 964-7810 Starke, FLI83IFG1oodrich
eligible for free school lunches if income used only for purposes of determining Agriculture $1.1775 cents for each the school lunch program is to break
is $267 per week or less, and eligibility and verifying data. free lunch served and is reimbursedthe even not to make a profit.
reduced price lunches if weekly income In the operation of the child difference of 77.75 to bring the _
is $379 or less. feeding program administered by total income from reduced price lunches -

Application forms will be sent to the U.S. Department of Agriculture to $1.1775.In '
all homes with a letter to parents! or no child will be discriminated addition the federal govern-
guardian.To apply for free or reduced against because of race color sex, ment has been reimburing the
price meals households should national origin, age or handicap. school system an additional 12.5t for
fill out the application and return it Any member of the household each lunch served, including paid U
to the school. Additional copies are believing he/she has been lunches. That subsidy is set to be \..
available at the principal's office in discriminated against should immediately reduced to 7,75t as of Oct. 1, according -
each school. Information providedon write to the Secretary of to Food Service Director s-EEpt \
the application will be used to Agriculture, Washington D.C. Delores Morgan. '
determine eligibility and may be Each school cafeteria will serve Since many young children and
verfied at any time during the school lunch each day providing approximately older students eat a light breakfastor -
year by school or other program of- 1/3 of the recommended none at all, parents should pro--
ficials. dietary allowances for all students. vide some type of lunch for their 84495
Lunch prices have gone up for the children either a bag lunch from
For school officials to determine coming school year to make the home or a cafeteria lunch, says Mrs.
eligibility, the household must provide school food service program break Morgan. 11
the following information: 1) even. Price for grades K-5 students "Please take advantage of the freeor SIZE P155BOA13
the total monthly income receivedby will I be 80 cents, up tot; grades 6-8 reduced price meals made avail-
each household member and the A

type of income such as wages or i
child support. OR the household's Florida Income Eligibility Guidelines ',

Food Stamp case number if the for

household is receiving food stamps Free and Reduced Price Meals ,
2) names of all household members
3) Social Security number of all Effective from July' I, J985 to Jun 30. 1986 ,.. r---------------

household members 21 years or t B
older and 4) the signature of an f FREE 10-POINT :
adult household member certifyingthe Free Meal Scale SIZE PRICE I
information provided is correct. P-185180R.13 XLM $53.95 1 IP175175R.14
Households receiving reduced or Household Annually Monthly Weekly XLM $51,95 I SAFETY I d UP 1P11SA5R14
free school lunches are required to Size I

report increases in household In- 1 6,825 569 132 XLM XLM $52,95$58.95 I (WITH TIRE PURCHASE) 1P19575R14 I
come over $50 per per month or$600
by year. 2 9,165 76.t 177 P20Sn5-14 XLM $60.95 I I
,3 11,505 959 222 P205nSR.15 XLM $63.95 I Fluid levelsBelts I

Applications may be submitted at 4 13,845 1,154 267 P21S175R.15 XLM $65.95 I -BrakesHoses I

any time during the school year. 5 16.185 1.349 312 P2251751J-u.: XLM $68.95 I -E x h austTransmISSlon '
6 18,525 1.544 357 P235nSR:1 'XLM $72.95 t :
of'the free Front End Shocks
tinder the porivisions
Whitewa With Trade
402 s e
7 ,20,865 1.739 tr
and reduced price meal policy the r rr r r rrrrr r rr rrr J
principal of each school reviews ap 8 23,205 1.93 447

plications and determines eligibili For each additional ----------------------------1--------------*
ty. If a parenmt or guardian is member, use 2,304 195 45 FRONT-END I BRAKE ((G"' I / OIL CHANGE,
dissatified with the ruling of the official
he/she may wish to discuss ...... ... 2 FRONT DISCS or .
the decision with the determining official todwltt tn0. lot n Sel la fftPtohuhOAt .....,..omen...,... .. I 2 REAR DRUMS I I ,.
.. .
on an informal basis. Formal Reduced Price Meal Scale n tntf....<,"%'9.,cl yttwi tttOffwon .?.-.11.011..-..... .....,....I'IAUn r..",.."..."","PIYm..' 1M..""..*A.h' ..u hulnipb' > .
for a hearing may be made ; CM em .fiont *IMI AIM ....,.** ltd llnfnti.l4Cb HMtmg .""wl A Aifjutl, .IIoJA s .p. '.I i *>*'" .,I f.lllpll.ll'
requests ,
Household Annually Monthly I Weekly CMNAn..u. Pi.t,IA/A 1 l/III Musi, Aiiwrj'l .tjtt Mrilll'i' fUllft IN/A 1 II.I.xI.lw. ,
either orally or in writing to Food I.....''''11''' I
Service Director Delores Morgan, Size $ / 95 ', I III') $12"COUI'PNfXI'MII
582 N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL 1 9,713 lID 187 1695 1 HIfduroN : !:!w'r $4995 I III',;w

32091, phone 964-6800. Outline for an 2' 13,043 1,087 251 + cxnnts 1/1/.usnec. JI '!SB 1/B-i JI COUPON I xrinr 8 fni7.e '
is contained in
appeal procedure 3';: 16,373 1,365 315 - -- - r - - - - - -- -
board policy.If .
school I,,
41 ,..1'. 19,703 1,6.t2 379 TIRE &
> ': rMARION
1,920 443
5' 23.033
a household member becomes / \
unemployed or if the household size I 6 26.363 2.197 507 fN- 629.8801
changes, the school should be con- :7 29,693 2,475 572 J BATTERY .

tacted. Should household Income fall e 33.023 2,752 636 ; ifjiJj 709 S. Walnut Street (Next 1o Wendy's)
below amounts shown on the accompanying each additional -.r.
scale children would be For \ DINERS MONEY
.STABi ,j
eligible for reduced price or free member, use 3,330 278 65 ti 964-TI.- ClUI tXPRIIS

meals. '.



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August, 1985' TELEGRAPH 1'age3.1

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:StreetfBaptists9 Gillis H&R BLOCK OFFERS .

tttMlttilll TAX COURSE TO STARKEThousands '

Named Minister of the Year
of people are learning about income tax and it's preparation
from H&R Block and are benefiting on their own income tax returns. .
.. Reverend Robert C, Gillis preschool program for children ages H&R Block the world's largest tax preparation service, is offering a
7J IF minister of Madison Street BaptistChurch 2 to 10 during the summer and 2 to 4 basic income tax course starting September 3rd and 5th with morning,
has been named Minister of during Gillis the school year. afternoon and evening classes available. Classes will be offered at Starke.
the Year. is a member of the
River New During the 13 week course, students will study all phases of income tax
The Kiwanis Club awards this Baptist Association, Steward- and
receive actual
preparation experience in preparing individual returns.
honor annually to local minister ship Chairman for six
a years vaca-
tion Bible school Experienced Block instructors will teach current laws, theory, and application -
whose name has been submitted to clinic leader and
F the Starke club. has served as moderator for the New as practiced in Block officeR nationwide. There is a classroom
Gillis has been pastor at Madison River Baptist Association. He is a discussion on each tax subject and practice problems at every level.
__ Street Baptist since 1980 when he 'Probe' Assistant in the state of Courses are programmed to teach students increasingly complex problems
and his wife, Shirley, and two Florida (locating areas of state that as study progresses. Students will find the course both interestingand
children moved from Woodland need Southern Baptist Churches). challenging.
Mississippi. Gillis' hobbies include hunting, Courses are ideally suited for people who want to increase their tax
Locally Gillis is involved as a fishing, golf and Softball. knowledge and learn how to save money on taxes. No prerequisites are required -
member of Rotary, on the Blue Rib- Ministers receiving the award in to enroll.
bon Committee for the Bradford 1983 and 1984 were Reverend Ray- Qualified course graduates may be offered job Interviews for positionswith
School System and is president of mond Baer and Reverend Warren Block. Many accept employment with Block because of the flexible
the Ministerial Alliance. Last year Langer. The plaque hangs per- hours available. However, Block is under no obligation to offer employ-
t under his leadership MSB began a manently at the Western Steer. ment, nor are graduates under any obligation to accept employment with
[ H&R HLock.
One low course fee includes all textbooks, supplies and tax forms

.f SFCC Center to necessary for completion of the course. Certificates and 7.5 continuing
Open education units well be awarded upon successful completion of the course.
Registration forms and a brochure for the income tax course may be ob-
Minister of the Year... tained by contacting the H&R Block office at 964 N. Temple Ave., 964-8286
or 15282551. Save on tuition about the bird
money your by asking early
Chairman of the Spiriutal /Aims Committee Scott Roberts presents
Reverend recognization.Robert Gillis with a certificate and placque following a recent Downtown Aug. 15The Special price. Advertisement

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Reverend Gillis minister of Madison Street Baptist Church: was nam- >
ed Minister of the Year by the local Kiwanis Club. new Santa Fe Community Col- Early registration so far has been +. Hand Crafted Collectables '4 ;

lege Starke Center in the renovated especially heavy for day classes, but : made of crushed pecan shells JO Af N N' S : :
Bradford County Courthouse will be evening registration is increasing as : ...,.. ." ..
open for business at the new locationon the Aug. 27 Fall: Term approaches. .... '
Qualifying Date Set For LawteyQualifying August 15, Dr. Bernard McFad- Registration is continuing daily
den has announced. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a special
The Fall Term opens August 27. evening registration set for Tues- A Speciality Jt.hop
will open at noon October A new state law allowing a countyto SFCC Center Director Bernard day, August 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. 'I .
14 and close at noon October 18 impose an additional fee of up to McFadden reports that some 250 of In addition to basic general educa- U.S. 301 South Acroinrom **
for the annual fall election set Dec. $4 to be placed on non-criminal the 500 students expected have tion classes such as math English, *
3, City Clerk Lucille Shuford announced violations such traffic citations, already signed up. "I look for a very history, social sciences and .. Open 10 a.m. til 5:30 :
to the Lawtey Commission was brought to light Tuesday night, good program" Dr. McFadden told humanities, a wide variety of other | Closed Wed. & Sun. Come See Our New Items from :
Monday night Aug. 5. Aug. 6, by Starke Commission Jim the Board of Governors of the courses is being offered, including | ((904))964-8547 GEORGIA'S WOOD SHOP t
It's election with five Crosby who said the school
a "big year" my Chamber of Commerce last week. Statistics, Computer Concepts
Lawtey politicians up for reelection board and City of Starke will approach Registration will continue at the BASIC Computer Language, Soft- I****************************************************

: commissioners Marvin county commissioners about Starke Center office in Bradford ware Computer Applications Public
Rosier, Buster Bennett, and Robert levying the fee. It would not take $4 High School until the opening date. 'Speaking Emergency Medical
Scott; city clerk Lucille Shuford and per ticket here, Crosby said. Dr. McFadden reports that area Technology, 'Marriage and the yl r1 s e
police chief M.M. Jordan. residents are showing up in large Family, and General Psychology. :1 ;
Registration will be open through Had a lengthy discussion with numbers to register for the 30 different College officia's: are reminding all
Nov. 1 at city hall. residents requesting water connections classes for the Fall Term in degree seeking I s dents planning to
both inside and outside the ci- Starke. enter SFCC for le first time this UEU VALUE DAYS
In other matters the council: ty. Since the cost estimate feasibility The SFCC Starke Center is Fall that they n.ust take the ACT
study already requested has not yet welcoming for its premiere class in Assessment Test to be offered by the FREE ATTACHMENT NO DOWN PAYMENT
Reviewed the school crossing been received, the council is still un- its own college campus not only re- college on Au .15 at 6 p.m.
guard applications received by the sure of its next step. cent high school graduates but also a The Fall Semester begins August PAYMENT FOR 90 DAYS"During
clerk and approved hiring Myrtle great number of older students who 27 and ends December 19.
Mack for this newly approved posi Adjourned the regular meetingand are starting or continuing their college For more information, call the Super Value Days when choose either a 6-bushel grass
tion. Half the salary is to be paid by session.went into a budget workshop education. Starke Center office at 9645382. you purchase any Snapper catcher or dump cart-FREE!
the school board, half by the City of
rear-engine riding mower at OR, if
Lawtey. ____ you buy a Snapper
regular retail price Rider can a
you get Twin-Bag
I Carry-Over. NOW OPEN ON MONDAY you can Catcher or Bag-N-Wagon at only

e. (from page IA) 1/2 the retail price. And for
:s.e c.? added safety and a
equipment for several years. Commissioner "You haven't seen what'll happen df t Vew'e %" smootherride
E.W. Hodges said if if they do that" interrupted Chair aq our
Thompson didn't get the equipmentnow man Carter. "You'll see things like *
he certainly couldn't expect it the library closing, and the landfill r '- Welcomes... PAT McQUAIG riders now
next year. going private." r- ; / have an automatic
In the end, every county depart- Property taxes now comprise only Pat & Sue offers a \ cam' s. :% blade stop and
ment got just about everything it requested 34 percent of the budget pointed out on all salon smooth start clutch..
in the new budget. Farnsworth. 1/2 Sale
\ ,
Be rugal... "You've' basically' lost control of ... ..PriCe! ,' services j _-

Clerk Brown said he has alreadytold your finances Farnsworth said 1 1 8 S. St "' WELCOME ahlNWah"
Bradford Thompson : 964-4 151 ;
Ifets employ, not to effect a. adding flat unlike. many
1"1 -r: : -
pay increase next year. other small counties: ; SINGLE BAG) % amw a.rxnaoxm.oxn,
CPA Farnsworth pointed out the "':
Use Charges Coming.
$330,000 in federal revenue sharing CATCHER
funds are tied up in important and As things look now, the county BAPTIST Retail Value -s 5 'I-. ,
recurring parts of the budget. Over commission will have no choice in : NORTH SIDE 4 149.95
$200,000 goes to the jail $42,000 insurance the coming year to find ways to in- 4 a
and bonds, $15,000 to new crease revenue. DUMPCART ar-- *
equipment, $50,000 to computercosts. Residents can look for such thingsas CHURCHCorner : _.
charges for fire protection, 4 J" 0
emergency medical care, and gar-
Be Careful... bage disposal.The 16 & 225 Starke .

"You cannot continue to deficit commission can also look for 'urr :

spend," said CPA Farnsworth.The ways to cut expenses such as com- 4 2 YEAR
county in its new budget will bining radio dispatching. with.the City LIMITED WARRANTY
take in some $700,000 less than it of Starke. V.B.S.
Such new sources of income are .. ,
spends."I keep telling you this and maybe already being sought. The commis- ,HURRY. OFFER ENDS SOON; '

someday it will come to pass," Farnsworth sion Monday night approved for 12-16 AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS
said."Honestly. advertising a new ordinance placing August 'Finance, charges accrue from dale of purchase
if they take charges on court filing fees to main- -'These 'features are available for the SNAPPER rider you now own Ask dealer for details
Commissioner tain court facilities and the law
330000.... began
Mosley. library. p.m. : STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT

438 S. Walnut Starke FL ((904)) 964-8568
4 ____
I Rescue Calls Increase in JulyThe

Bradford County Rescue make such a call and persons found
report for the month of July in- guilty of making a prank or false '
dicates a slight decrease in activity. alarm call will t>e subject to pumsn- :
Total runs made were 99, accordingto ment said Sheriff Dolpn Reddish. Jwi
Emergency Services SupervisorCliff The state attorney's office will request _
a court order for a tracing _
63 required the transportingof device to be used to help locate the _____
no persons responsible for the calls if a b. c '-
73 patients, 66 required e e
transporting.Seven they continue. -
patients were transportedby According to Chapman Resue e ee
the back-up unit. One patient was personnel may loose valuable time S l 44/ ,I
transported by Stat Flight, one by in answering a prank call that may
ShandsCair and two patients by Life be needed to save a life. e e d.

Flight. e
The majority of the patients 41,
were taken to Bradford Hospital. Six Grace United

were taken to Alachua General Methodist ChurchRd
two were transported to
North Florida Regional and eight to 225 road Across from

Shands Hospital in Gainesville. Lawtey Post Office

Three were transported to the SUNDAY SERVICES a a da
Medical Center and two to
Reception taken to Sunday School . 9:45: am
the VA. One patient was
Humana Hospital in Orange Park Sunday Worship . 11 am

and one patient to Lake Butler I ... -
Hospital. ---
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related STARKE --------------------
illness -
Twenty calls were ------------------------ .
13 calls were to people with CHURCH OF GOD .

respiratory problems and nine calls 422 N. St. Clair 9S4-5445 9 PC. Family Meal 15 PC. Bucket :
were to cardiac patients. 3 PC. Dinner
2 Pea Snack Box
Five calls were to obstetric patients Walter F. Montz, Pastor i
and one call was alcohol We invite you to worship with \us. ''s $2.79 $8.49 $7.99
related one call was to a fight and ATTENDED NURSERY $1.29 .
one call was to an overdose victim. I I Sunday School .' . . . 1> I.m. Colonel s"OriginalRecipe Get 9 pieces of the Colonel s al Get 15 pieces ol the Colonel s Original I
Gel ot the Ikea
Four calls were cancelled, four Morning Warthlp . . . 11 I.m. s Gel 2 pieces ol the Colonel s Original 3 pieces'" Extra Chicken I Recipe" or Extra Crispy" Recipe' or Extra Crispy1" Chicken for :

were false alarms and one call was a Evening Service . . . .. S Pm.Wednesday I, Recipe'" or Extra Crispy'" Chicken .I mashed potatoes or and Crispy gravy cole slaw i large mashed potatoes large gravy only on99brrcombination white/dark Coupon I:

standby at a house fire. : ,. Youth! . . 7:30: p.m.. I"t s and 1 Buttermilk Biscuit lor only and 1 biscuit for only $2 79 wIth this I large salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits good not be used I
i and
$1 29 with this coupon Coupon good for lor only $8 49 with this coupon orders may penny
.' only lor combination white/dark coupon Coupon good only com tor combination other special alters Limit one i
THE f BRADFORD bination white/dark orders and may I Coupon good only I
Quick Response-10 orders and may not be used with any i white/dark orders and may not be coupon Customer pays all applicable
the of Starke COUNTY TELEGRAPH 2 not be used with any other special sales tax :
The unit assisted city other special offers per used with any other special I
Fire Department with one run dur- Published every Thursday i coupon Customer pays all ,i otters Limit one per coupon offers Limit one per coupon OFFER EXPIRES 8/25/85 :

ing the month of July. at 133 W. Call Street e applicable sales lax applicable Customer pays sales all tax I I Customer pays ail applicable aI :
OFFER EXPIRES 8/25/85 sales tax
Stark, Florida 32091 / OFFER EXPIRES 8/25/85 I I I

False Alarms 'Second Class postage paid at 1 ae f s at store 9 :
I 9 i This offer good only at store (This offer good only
made to thesheriff's Starke, FloridaSubscription (This oiler good only at store ( i :
.prank phone calls e (This otter good only it store a I locations listed below) locations listed below)
locations listed below) .
office or Emergency
locations listed below)
Rates: / a Ie .J
Rescue Services are causing problems ---------------eS-ee-----------------
for emergency services Such In-trade area: $10.00 per year --- -----=------------------- -----------. J '
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calls have been on the increase during 5.50 six months I
the past two weeks according to MI' II IoC lilt''' ,' .IAte ,
Director Cliff Chapman, and most of Outside area: $11 per year \. 1A11II1 ; fflr, W IIiI. t'' t.. 'BI;". '" ''Ji( lilt, 1111 I''" .
'4AIoI 'I "'-" .oJ! -- "
." -
the callers sound like children.I. $6.00 six months .- .
It is a misdemeanor to knowingly



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IA\pn; August sttl3BRADFORD,/

Everyone Con. Help Beautify Medians.

'. '

Now Is Your Chance

(., A good way to start would be to buy a bumper
strip (at left) for$1 and/or a car tag for $5 to help
Growing More Beautiful provide funds for the U.S. 301 median beatification -

I" EVERY DAY! f project
', I Strips and tags are available at the Chamberof

yGet Commerce, Chastain's, Bradford Florists, the

Office Shop, Mitchell's Drug Store, Lawtey Shell
Station and from members of the HighwayBeautification

\ Committee: Reggie Flynn, chair
into The Act--Buy Your Bumper Strips and Car Tags 'I
Preliminary drawings for the beautificationof

\ 14 U.S. 301 medians within the city limits

.* Our town and county can be as ugly or as roundings. have been presented for approval of the committee,

attractive as we want it to be. There is only so much that one person can '. and final drawings will be ready in the near future,

,.' Now is the opportune time to show what dobut now if living each of in the Bradford more than County 20000 people did- ,,, "_" :r after which they will be submitted for approval by

we really want.
Never before has there been evidence of SOMETHING-- you imagine what the. the Department of Transportation. The

( '; so much interest and concern about the ap- overall effect would be? i: landscaping plans are being'' drawn by Leonard W. Buffington &

f. 'Jpearance, and. general welfare of our sur- Nothing short of amazing Associates, landscape architects of Gainesville.

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Editorials o
',.. Be Sure 'Get It
.... / h i w* *" *** '
J ,(, /

Merging Services Can Cut Costs... '.' '::r' "Get It Straight", a unique drug- y Govenor Bob Graham; Attorney
: General Jim Smith members of the
., use prevention program targeted to
young teens, will air Monday, Aug il\ medical community, and teenagers.
And Note's the TimeNOW i 12, on WJXT, Channel 4. Topics covered in the filmed sket-
ches and discussion include
<: The one-hour, prime-time program
is being broadcast as a public peer pressure, parental conflict,

seems the ideal time to start Resulting savings could be used for t'-,: service by the Florida Operators temptation"Get It Straight'and a project of

discussing consolidation of all dispat- raising, salaries where needed, and .'' Association. It will of originate McDonald'srestaurants. in the the Ronald McDonald Children's

ching services, for city and county other useful purposes. studios of WCPX, Orlando, and be Charities, established in memory ofMcDonald's
under roof. This should in- t. carried WJXT and r founder, Ray Kroc, and
agencies, one The county would reap the benefit of by other televi- was developed in cooperation with
clude the 'sheriff's office, City Police experienced fire fighters and gain a i'; sion"Get stations It Straight"throughout stars the state.Tim the National Federation of Parentsfor

Department, Emergency Medical ser- larger 1 pool of qualified men to draw" Kazurinsky, formerly with the NBC Drug Free Youth. Local production -
vices and all county fire departments, 1representatives costs are being underwritten by
from: when needed.At comedy hit "Saturday Night Live," V
including Starke.Apparently He is featured,along with McDonalds Owner/Operators in the
young professional
present the rapport between th<< actors in a series of Northeast Florida and Southeast
the North Florida area Starke Fire Department and Rescue humorously exaggerated sketches Georgia area.

civil defense and emergency services Service is said to be at an all-time high. based on typical teenage situationsand cast The is filmed available portion to schools of the broad-
building on Edwards Road is a ripe Both departments work together to provide feelings. The sketches will be in- organizations and the youth

plum, just waiting to be plucked. With good mutual aid while sharing between terspersed a live with studio an open audience discussion and Com the National public. Details can be obtained general from
its 5,000-plus square feet of space it equipment for the extraction of victims panel of experts. Tim will be Federation of Parents for Drug Free Mediatech, 110 West Hubbard
would make an ideal headquarters for from wrecks, fires, and other accidents. the special guests on August among 12. Youth; the Florida Alcohol and Drug Street, Chicago, 111. 60610, (312))
all unified dispatch operations, and still Among the panel members will be Pre-Abuse Association; the Office of 8281146.
have room to spare for other purposes.In Both the' county and city have shown I
i interest in the of the unused I
addition to adequate space, it has an acquistion
emergency gas generating plant, readyto Edwards Road building. Both bodies, I

take over in case of a hurricane or through their separate clerks have written Rotarians Tour Camp Blanding ; Hear Plans for Future ExpansionMembers
other interruption of electric service;' a letters to the Director of Administration -

spacious conference room; and a of the Department of Community -
locked-fence compound with off-street Affairs, indicating interest in of the Starke Rotary Club Redding, operations officer; Maj. John Avenue D.Blanding.
toured Camp Blanding following their luncheon Moors, logistical officer; and Maj. George
the vacant However
now has been host to National
parking on its 1.52 acre site. meeting held in the officers club on Hinson, post engineer.
t there has been no joint city-county action Kingsley Lake Wednesday of last week. Guard units from Puerto RK-O and almost
Best of all, it appears that this t on the matter, which is in order if Members were given conducted tours of every state in the nation, Maj. Redding
Col.! Karl J. Swindull, deputy post com- the $1.5 million completed last
building might be available for local armory said. "They like to come here because of
there is to be future of the
t joint use mander, described present and future year, and a bus tour of the outlying ranges the strong support effort we give them-
at cost to the city or
uses no deeded facility. It would undoubtedly prevent plans for expansion at the 72,000-acre and other facilities. they like our service," Redding said Com-
property on which it stands was unnecessary confusion in Tallahassee if reservation which provided 250,000 man- Continued expansion at the Camp will In- ing to the camp in October will be the At-
by the Br 4ford.County ,development officials there knew that the city' and ,, hours of training for National Guard per. clude a million dollar-plus construction tack Helicopter Company from 101st (active -
Authority\,the'Board of.,Commissioners county 'were working' together' for -'sonnel this year, and will probably In- program to provide facilities for the 202nd duty) Division, Fort Campbell. Ky.,
of State Institutions, and cooperative use of the building rather crease to 300,000 man-hours in 1986. Civil Engineer Flight, known as the "Red including 200 men and 20 to 30 helicopters.A .
subsequently by that agency: to the Col.! Swindull was assisted in presentingthe Horse" unit. Construction will begin on the battalion from Oklahoma was here last
than for individual
Board of Trustees of the Florida Inter- ,competing uses. Blanding story by MaJ. N.L. (Butch) new buildings in the near future, off month, Redding said.

nal Improvement Fund. The deed has a Cooperative city-county use would
reverter clause that "Shouldthe also make it easier for the Bradford I
providing Notebook .
County Aeent's By Bobby L. Taylor
Grantee fail to maintain said County Development Authority to makea -
wise and impartial decision concern--
buildings placed upon said premises by
the Grantee and the same buildings remaining ing the highest and best use for the
You might not realize it by looking at the Your Fall Garden think about the vegetable
vacant for a period of 24 con- building. This, as we see it, would be fora thermometer, but fall is not too far away. varieties you'll choose to grow. You could
secutive months, this deed shall become unified, central dispatching head- And it's time to start thinking about plan- vegetables for nutrients and water. To walk into your garden center and buy

void and of no further force or effect, quarters for the city and county, plus ting your backyard vegetable garden. The give your crops the edge, dig a trench whatever you see, but remember,
information this week should sound
such other uses as be dictated by about one-and-a-half to two feet all And
and the estate hereby created shall familiar to experienced gardeners. But, a around the garden. Line one deep the vegetable varieties differ in quality.
revert to the Grantor, its successors and space requirements and the greatest brief review shouldn't hurt anyone. I hope trench with roofing paper or plastic film, they vary in both disease resistance and
assigns" need. it will help those trying vegetable gardena fill it in again. This forms a barrier climatic adaptability factors which can be
ing for the first time. against the roots of nearby landscape vitally important. To find out varieties
last-minute short term
By some ,
With all and municipal -
county governing and Just about all vegetable garden crops plants. recommended for our area, get a copy ot
"moving shaking" plus heavy use
boards now sweating out their can be grown in our area, if you planted in Good soil is important.Unfortunately,as extension circular 104 "The Vegetable
of the bulk of its so-called "carryover"fund
budgets and decrying the lack of funds the right seasons. It's even fun to try backyard gardeners, most of us have to do Gardening Guide"from our County Exten-
for needed services, the consolidation of and certain other dexterous things like asparagus, rhubarb, and globe the best we can with what we have. sion Office on North 301 in Starke.In .
dispatching agencies in the county maneuvers the county has managed to artichokes, although they really aren't However, we can give our gardens a boost
seems an obvious and fairly simple way "balance" its upcoming 1985-86 budget. well-adapted to local growing conditions.The by mixing in organic materials things like the next few weeks I'll go into more
O.K. (well, maybe) for the forthcomingyear most important thing is to grow manure and compost. With such supplements detail about things to do to insure a suc-
to make a start in the right direction of
but what about the long term? Is vegetables you and your family like to eat. we can grow vegetables even if cessful garden. Next week will be about
costcutting.As there light at the end of the budget First consideration in planning your our home soil is nothing but sand. designing your garden for greater efficiency -
plus factor in the future improvement any garden is where to put it. Place it fairly Before planting the first seeds or and productivity.
tunnel? If it is well secret.
of emergency communications in so, a kept close to your house, so it's handy to work
The time has run out for brinkman- in. And, you want it near an outside water
the county, the central dispatching ser- faucet, so that irrigation isn't a problem.But .
vice would make possible future implementation ship budgeting. From now on it shouldbe locate the garden so it gets full Forestry in Bradford County
of an "Enhanced 911" budget by planning ahead. Saving sunlight all day. Unfortunately, few of us
emergency number which can be usedto taxpayer as well as state and federal enjoy that luxury. So, we have to choose .

signal for all available emergency money wherever possible must be an integral between morning sun and afternoon sun. "Leaves of three; let it be." BY David W. Norton
fruit such
In as
plant ,
case crops
part of the budget process, as any Bradford County Forester
services. The great effectiveness of this tomatoes, corn, cucumbers'and melons
system was shown on a recent TV net- well as the general operating procedures where they get the most sun. Leaf and root Good advice indeed for the poison ivy r
work program. All but 30 of Florida's 67 of our county and city govern- crops generally can stand a little shade.If prone person who visits Florida forests in ,

counties already have this system. The ments.A possible','fence the garden to keep out the summertime. The poison ivy vine is a tt h
nuisances dogs and even wild animals common woods plant,,and is a truly bad
last legislative session took a step few thousand here and a few thou ,
toward mechanism for finan- sand there and saved such as rabbits can be a problem. A fence actor.
providing pretty soon you've
also will serve as a trellis for pole beans, For those susceptible, a moment's con-
cing the Enhanced-911 system which another mill in taxes, as Senator tomatoes, ,and other crops needing sup tact with this little vine can mean blisterson
flashes the address of the emergency Dirkson might have said. What better the skin,and treatment by a doctor.For -
'caller on a screen in order to preventany place to start than the consolidation. of port.Protect your crops from nearby trees the average person, it could mean days or
confusion at a time when the person city and county dispatching?'' and shrubs that will compete with weeks of an itchy skin rash.
calling might be< a child or' confused Poison ivy was encountered by the
And speaking 'of better earliest Europeans on American shores,
elderly person-Incapable of giving clear communicationsperhaps a few joint and pestered the American Indians who

directions. meetings of the City and County Commissions Surplus Commodity 'were here before they arrived. Mammals,
Distribution Dates other than man, fortunately for them, are'
addition to efficient would toward
In more opera- go a long way not susceptible to poison ivy Birds actually -
tions, single unit dispatching would getting this tax-saving show on the Scheduled by SREC eat the white berries without\ effects.

save thousands of dollars annually, road. It is the Juice of the poison plant that
Cheese, butter, flour, rice, and
that the State has
especially now skin. Dried,
honey will\ be included in the surplus spreads the Irritant on your
den the use, of correctional officers commodity distribution this month. the Juice is a black lacquer; and if you
employed at the jail to handle dispat- Fun and Games in WashingtonAt discover a smear of this on ,your bare Beware Poison Ivy
ching duties. This will mean extra expense The following schedule 'has been forearm you can get ready for an itch that
announced by the Suwannee River will place this plant forever in your mind.
for the sheriff's office at a time a farewell party for beleagured Economic Council: Unless you are one of those few persons One folk tale has it that eating poison
when jails are also being required to budget-watcher and would-be cutter Aug. 15 old RJE school resistant to even superdoses of the sap, itching ivy leaf or fruit will develop immunity. Do
employ full-time female wardens David Stockman, friends presentedhim building Thursday, 10:30, a.m., to 4 p.m., for is all that remains once this plant not believe it. Your mouth, throat and
regardless of how few (if any)' women with an alleged $600 Pentagon over 60 and handicapped only.Friday contacts you. stomach be infected all may be affected. And you can
by merely touching clothes
prisoners are housed there. toilet seat. When the lid was lifted, ,Aug. 16, RJE, 9 a.m. tondaV. Poison Ivy has a distinctive appearance, ,that earlier were in contact with poison ivy
the oval seat framed the beaming 1:30: luckily, and even moderate precautions plants. There is also a rumor around that
Other advantages gained by the con- Aug. 19, Lawtey Recrea- should keep you free of really heavy ex-
is most,that
Defense strongly accepted by as a
solidation of dispatching services would countenance of Secretary of tion Center, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. posure. The leaves really do appear as son becomes older .the susceptibility per-in
include: Weinberger. '. TuesdaY, Aug. 20, Hampton City three' leafletsthin, fragile and light creases.
Hall, 10 a.m. to 2:30: p.m. green. Look for them both on the ground
*A reduction In the time for quick A wise and witty wag reportedly Wednesday, Aug. 21, Speedvil1e, and growing out of slender vines clingingby Calamine lotion and various other
response to emergencies of all kinds, posted this sign on one of the hot air Pleasant Grove Church: 10 a.m. tolWe&lay hairlike roots to the sides of trees.A big remedies may relieve the Itching and
flowers ,treatment by a physician be requiredIn
of a two- : vine also may have greenish-white may
with the possible development? blow-dry machines in a, congres- ,Aug. 21,Brooker City or white berries, but not always.If some cases. But you'll undergo several
tier system of Basic Life Support and sional rest room:: d' Hall. 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. days of itching In the meantime, so total

Advance Life Support, "Deposit 25t for a message from Applicants must bring USDA com- you can wash with a strong alkaline avoidance is the best policy.

The! elimination of duplication of per-,' your Congressman.. ," -< modity card and identification in soap quickly following contact with a
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Ii I, Starting, Cowart Exchange WeddingWows '

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Tammy L. Starling, daughter of Robin Latham serv..d as attendants.Mrs. Heather Anderson, niece of the the.table with a blue waterfall and
'diehard E. Starling of Jacksonville Anderson wore a light blue bride, was flower girl and wore a flanked by silver candelabra. Miss
*ud Sean M.Cowart son of Mrs.Bill floor-length satin gown with an off- peacock blue floor length satin gown Sherrie Levick and Miss Sharon t
Eldridge and Mr. Mel T. Cowart, the-shoulder neckline. The attendants accented with satin roses identical Acres served at the bride's table.
also of Jacksonville, repeated their were attired alike in romance to the brides. She wore a halo of silk The punch table was decoratedlike
wedding vows June 15 at Regency blue floor length satin gowns and spring flowers and carried a basketof the bride's table and accented:
Church of God in Jacksonville with spring flower hairpieces. Each attendant rose petals. with a silver punch bowl and was
Rev. Don Denton of Starke performing carried a hurricane lamp Randy Cowart, 'brother of the served by Miss Donna Anderson.
the ceremony. decorated with silk spring flowers groom, attended as best man. On each side of the room were
and streamers. Ushers were Rick Starling, brotherof tables of hors d'oeuvre accented by .f
The guests enjoyed a very The bride, given in marriage by' ?N. br. <-JT"tiv Pnwnrt, undo of ,marble cheesecake groom's cake.
elaborate ceremony by candlelight.The her father,wore a floor-length white the groom; and Alan Power friend Teresa Tew, cousin of the groom, k
couple stood in front of taffeta silk organza gown with of the couple.Ring kept the bride's book. Joshua
candleabras decorated with silk ballroom sleeves, sweetheart bearer was Michael Tillman,nephew of the bride passedout
flowers and greenery highlighting. neckline and a cascading cathedral Eldridge, brother of the groom. rice bags and Sonny Eldrldge, f r o
the altar. train, accented by satin roses at the A reception was held afterwards brother of the groom, passed out
Mrs. Debbie Anderson, sister of bottom. She wore a waist-length for. in the church Fellowship Hall. The thank-you scrolls.
the bride served as matron of honor mal veil and carried a cascade of bride's table was covered with The couple honeymooned in Chat- .
,and Liz Scott Denise Griffis,. andi two dozen white roses with baby's light blue lined cloth and lace a tanoga, Tennessee and are now Y

,i breath. ) covers.A three-tiered cake accented. residing in Jacksonville.

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,! Mrs. W.F. Moore of Lawtey ed flowers were used throughout the and Jay of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Other out-of-town guests were:
I celebrated her 80th birthday Satur- party rooms. S.D. Andrews and Randy of Miss Rachel Boyer, !drand Mrs.
day, August 3, at a party given by Mrs. Moore was given an orchid Wildwood, Mr. Fred Moore of Fred Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Gabby
Mr. and Mrs. John FordFord's her children and grandchildren at corsage from her five great Homestead, Mrs. Gaylor Todor and Champange of Jacksonville, Mrs.
I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom grandchildren. Guests were invitedto Brad of St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Wade Mr. Bab Royal and Mr.
i Casey on Crosby Lake. call between the hours of 4 and 6 Jim Moore of Mandarin, Mr. and and Mrs. Virgil Ferrell of Tampa,
The refreshment table was p.m.After the party,family and out- Mrs. Chuck Moore, Bob, Ryan and Mr. David Boyer, Mr. and Mrs.
covered with a white embroidered of-town guests enjoyed a buffet sup- William of Cooper City, Mrs. Renee Jerry Boyer, Rebecca and Chip of
Ii I Celebrate 50th cloth. An arrangement of mixed per. Thompson and Bryan of Jacksonville Lynne, Mr. Ed Boyer of N. Miami
I summer flowers centered the table. Mr. and Mrs. Micky Moore,
Cake, punch, mints and nuts were Out-of-town guests included her Trisha, Adam and Richard of and Mr. George Boyer and Mrs.
I Mr. and Mrs. John Ford of Hamp- guests attended including Mr. served. Other arrangements of mix children Mr. and Mrs J.W. Thomas Lawtey. Harold Galloway of Augusta, Ga. .
ton, celebrated their 50th wedding Ford's brother, Gary Ford of Hamp-
anniversary, August 3, at a recep- ton, Mrs. Ford's mother, Callie Hat-
tion hosted by their seven children cher of Albany, Ga.,sister Ms.Hom- Items of Interest-
twenty-seven grandchildren, andsixteen mer Casey of Albany, Ga. and two
great grandchildren, at the brothers; Theo Webb of Dunedin,Fl. Linda L. Beavlns Church of Christ in Lake Butler. daughter' Far Allison to Larry C.
First Presbyterian Church of and Earnest Webb of Albany, Ga. Nix-Vaughan Wedding The shower was given by Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
Starke. Mrs. Ford's cousin, R.C. Green of Family and friends of Jennifer Nix Cory R. Brown Mary Hendricks, sister of the bride Brown of Lawtej
The Ford's have four sons; Edison Albany, quoted the Anniversary and Terry Vaughan are invited to attend -. Wed July 24 and Mrs. Annette Beavins, sister-in- They were married Saturday,
Ford, Ken Ford, Wendell Ford Prayer for the couple. their marriage Saturday law of the bride.Approximately. August 3, at the home of the groomin
Dewey Ford, all of Hampton, and Linda Hanna of Lake City August 10 at 4 p.m.ceremony in the First Linda L. Beavins, 'daughter of 15 guests enjoyed Lawtey,
three daughters; Jackie Dobos of presented the couple with a five-tier Baptist Church in Starke.A Mrs. Barbara Pearce of Waldo and refreshments and the opening of the
Largo, PI.. Virgie Darley and Jean diamond and roses 50th anniversarycake. reception will follow in the Cory R. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. gifts. Among the guests were theride's Joseph "Mann"
Collins, of Hampton.: fellowship Hall. Frank Brown of Raiford, were married mother, Barbara Pearce and
Mr. B.C. Hotzendorf of Starke Servers and ushers were the cou July 24, In Starke. the groom's mother,,Yvonne Brown. Pearl Griffis
drove the couple to the reception in ple's grandchildren and the receiving d"\ The groom is employed with Reunion to. be Held ',;;;V ,:V,;;
his 1930 Model A Ford. << line included the couple's 'Georgia Pacific in Hawthorne and
One hundred, .and ninety-eight children. Laurie Ann Williams the couple is making their home in The family of Joseph "Mann" and
Bruce Tucker Interlachen. Patricia Hayes Pearl Griffis will be holding a family
reunion on August 17, at the home of
Community NewsBy To Wed Aug. 10 Larry Brown James Griffis on County Rd. 125.
Linda Beavlns Brown Wed All relatives asked
August 3 are bring a
The wedding of Laurie Ann
'Honored at Bridal Shower covered dish and lunch will start at
Williams of Milan Tenn. and Bruce Patricia
tc Hayes, Lawtey ,and approximately 1:00
: Elizabeth G. Walker : p.m.
Alaa Tucker of Jacksonville will be
Phone 964-6883 Linda Beavins Brown was honoredat Fay Allen Hayes,Clarkston, Wash., For more information call 782-3761
celebrated Saturday, August 10 at ? a bridal shower on August 1 at the, announce the marriage of their or 7823355. _
p.m., at the First Baptist Church in
ReunionThe - -
Family Milan, Tenn. "-- -- - -,
Morris and the Pringleton No invitations were sent out local-
Terence'M. Brown Jr., families are having a family reunion ly, but all friends of the bride and USED CAR SALES 207 N. Temple
service at New Hope Baptist groom are invited to share in their ... -' '" .- .
I Mr. and Mrs.Terence M.Brown of Church,Sunday morning, August 11. wedding ceremony and join them at Sell Trade "': ; Starke, Florida
Starke announce the birth of a son, Buy, ,.
All friends are invited. Rev. Jake a reception in their honor, immediately s 'a? .
Terence Millard Brown, Jr.. born ) 74 OLDSCUTLASSUP. /
Davis, Pastor. following the ceremony. 2091
t July 31 In St. Vincent's in Jackson We Finance. :':
ville. He joins a sister, Christina, 18 r ,)
'A, months old.Maternal. Very clean, well mol nt, ..," c.....
grandfather is Jack W. '72 CHEVY FORD'
76 DATSUN 78 ; '

,j i Hall Hall and of Starke.great grandfather is Ben F. COX APPLIANCES BONANZA' V:8 .Speed;, AC,. B2iof, 'GRANADA ":"" :.,';

Paternal grandparents are Mr. PW', PDLf Auf. AC, Tilt,'. rulse '2 ,DoQr Auto.>>4 Dri:;,\ C73"10 ;: <:: if ,
and Mrs. Millard Brown of Starke. ;' "
1 &i AIR CONDITIONING /',: '-M'ERCURY' '78 FORD ;r'i: ;

GriffisMr. CHEVY TRUCK, J. COUGAR.Thunderblr. & Aoi AC :;.;' t
; Stephen 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box) .I.
and Mrs. Steve Griffis of I AC..V-8 pw; 'POL",Tllt, ACCleari'. ; Newly Rebut" "

Starke, announce the birth of a son, Open 9-6 9647462Whirl "'74,, PLYMOUTH "' Trans. g ;
Steven Mitchell Grifis, born July 29. 77 FORD PINTO' '78 PONTIAC, '
Maternal grandmother is Loletta a kValiant, Aut. AC, '
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Morgan of Starke and maternal full Line of, Slant 6 'BONNEVILLE. /r' >,rlJi.
: great grandmother is Mattie r. I 1? ., 4Dr,,, AC, PW;.PDL'Tilt, ':itru. .;". '; ,

I Morgan. APPLIANCES 41111L .' f 4, '. '" -' ,_.";'.'11:I1iI'I' ,
:' Paternal grandmother is Elaine ? '} "-
Griffis and paternal great grandparents MICROWAVES I
are Pansy Griffis and Hazel of

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Daniel Trimpey of Tampa spent NOW SALES & SERVICE fr' ,
last week with his grandparents,Mr.. :\ August 8,9& 10 ---.-*-- 1ij "',',
and Mrs. W. S. Haas. ." <*fe ( .. .

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H.Graduates A. Gr..n UNF, Jr. c: iiii.> -- l ',:i..r"/; t:,.';1'! I ,AugustJO' 1985 at ,5:00Vpim-r: : ;<; ; '. .{t\-. 1//'.,' ,

I Herbert A. .Green Jr. of Starke AVhifWolS \ >'- ') ) .. .\ : "" <' .. ; ; ';
was among more than 400 MOMiJt APPLIANCI9' ''I, "! ?" ;' 81'RAB81T ': "
graduating students of the University I':" "I(' 78, CHEVY 80 TOYOTA 81 FIA .
II, of North Florida who did receive IIIII III'' _'I,' MALIBU COROLLA STRADA 5,sp.. Jf Dodr'|

diplomas during Summer Term I I Auto' ''AC' 2 Dr; 2 Or.5' Speed A Drr: 5 Sp.t,qAt: Gas.., ; '\?/
j Commencement ceremonies on \ '
Saturday August,on the University -, Washer illlli'! !''li : : I i .,
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Green. ', MLa.'P' \
Dr. Thomas M. Leonard, UNF No. LA5700W \ ,,''I '
J professor of history and the 1985 I .
recipient of UNF"s Distinguished 2 Speed, 5 Cycles .. N wiCar
I j I Professor Award, delivered the '''I IIII ., ; Brokerage

,, commencement address. The summer U- $ )!! -- : ; > "((9tt4))f 964-7556
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Board to horor members of IJtii; ...
the faculty for records of distinction Model ET16TK1M No-Frost Re- I .. :1 Terry & Allen
in teaching,.acholanblp, and ser $ 18.3 cu. ft. Capacity .Textured Steel, .:
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1 k );> the UNF,'faculty association, Chrome-Plated' Adjustable Rollers.Adjustable. SAME DAY FINANCING TO QUALIFIED CUSTOMERSWITH
of which choose each Steel' Shelve Twin
t"f'\ ;, 'members year's recipient. Leonard has taught Vegetable Crispers.Adjustable Meat Pan. THIS AD FIRST PAYMENT TO BE PAID BY D&ST

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'. \ Items of InterestClarke I

PromotedRobert Pvt. John T. Wilson

L. Clarke, nephew of NellieR. Complete Bastes
Clarke, Rt. 56, Starke, has been
Army National Guard Private
promoted to the rank- of master
John T. Wilson son of retired Col.
In the Air Force Reserve.
William and Muriel B. Wilson of
Sergeant Clarke is assigned to the
Lawtey has basic training
Special Operations
at Fort Sill, Okla.
the 919th Operations
the training students
111@1t Group, located at Duke Field, Eglin receive ,
instruction in drill and
Air Force Base Auxiliary Field 3,
north of Fort Walton Beach'. ceremonies, weapons, map reading,
tactics, military courtesy, military
He Is a training technician for the
justice, first aid, and Army historyand
919th SOG where ne has served as an
Air Force Reservist since January traditions.
He is a 1982 graduate of Bradford
1979. During this time he has completed -
High School.
the Tactical Air Command'sNCO
Academy at Tyndall AFB, Fl.
and has also been awarded the Air
i Force Meritorious Service Ribbonfor I. T. Meres, Jr.

e outstanding performance of Chooses Navy.
W assigned duties.
t I 'Married to the former Ida Hughes, Irving Thomas Meres, Jr., son of
daughter of Connie and Jessie Mr. and Mrs. Irving Meres of
Hughes, Hwy. 19, Palatka. Starke, enlisted in the U.S. Navy's
MSgt. Clarke is a 1962 graduate of Delayed Entry Program on July 31.
RJE High School in Starke and he Irving will be a 1986 graduate of
:: : earned his bachelor of science Bradford High School and has
\ degree from Florida Memorial Col- chosen and been guarenteed train-
fl lege, St. Augustine. He is now conti- ing in Seaman Apprenticeship.The .
: 1 nuing his formal education at the
: t : '' University of West Florida in Navy's Delayed Entry Pro-
J Panama City.Nichols gram allows an individual to sign up
Wa T"'S' with the Navy up to 365 days in ad-
i51u v n o.e p6 i4IS vance to going on active duty and
_1t:; ( t Promoted getting the training and job
Nichols Ray Smith, son of Marion guaranteed in the HelJ of their
r / "- "' -- and Margaret Smith of Starke, has choice in which they qualify.
: been promoted to sergeant.Sgt. Irving will commence active dutyon
Class of 1960 Reunites... .Smith,stationed in Panama in July 14, 1986,and will attend basic
Central America, trained in the air- training at Recruit Training Center
Members of the Bradford High School Class of 1960 who met recently at borne service at Fort Benning, Ga. Orlando.
Starke Golf and ton Padgett Mary Lou Edwards! Black. Sonla Hunter Seigler Mary
Country Club for their 25 year reunion were: Green Mayben.

First row Prescott Robert Ghames, Doug Seymour, Richard Cain. Stevenson Barabara Ward Patray, Alma Thornton McRae Janice
Second row: Frank Williams,Janice Conner Joiner,Wayne Sapp, Hank Chesser Lawson Margie Whitehead Facho, Ililma Tanner Hicks, Frieda c. "'s Cutt'n Loose
?? Graham Mike Reddish Brenda Lewis Farnsworth Joe Adams. Klnbler Ellis Vernon Glisson, James Cowart.

Third row: Charlene Cowart Martin, Bobby Shannon Joan Bennett Sixth row: Judy LeSawyer Ginn Linda Green Cox, Virginia Eaves Featuring: Lorraine Alvarez
Harry Stallings, Margaret Ann Dinkins Stallings Linda K. Sale Gill- Reames, Gertie Fay Cruce Gwen Raulerson Broward Dorothy Calvin Kirkland
Ingham Harriet Powell Bryan Mary K. Wainwright Linda Norman An- Newmans Taylor, Janet Johnson Starling, Mary Harley Chesser Vonda '.
drews. Starling Stephens Bill Lawson.
ACalvin Jolene Enterprise

Fourth row: Ginger Thornton Davis, Mary Noegel McNeill, Clarice Seventh row: Gerald Brantley, Bill Helsabeck Bill Bessent, Travis
Thomas Stephens, Carolyn Mcleod Brewington Juanita Stalnaker Woods Tom Jackson, Roy Morgan, Dickey Dixon, Doyce Griffls. Perman
Adams Virginia Parrish Crews Carole Temples Harrison Judy Thorn- Roberts. .- Month Long .-

July 18 August 17

BHS Class of 1960 NOTICEThe w

-q Perm Sale

Bradford County Sheriffs Office is

: Comes Together accepting applications for the position of ;. $2500

'i. The Bradford High Class of 1960 Wayne Sapp and Jim Lawson for male and female Correctional Officers; app Including Haircut .

met July 27 at the Starke Country having the least hair on their heads.A y )
\ Club for its 25-year reunion with 63 of "Remember When" was in- ly at Sheriff's Office, Bradford County Cour- .e- .' For All Perms .
I' 119 members attending. troduced and the classmates were ?. Lorraine Alvarez & Calvin Kirkland
i The reunion was opened by Bobby reminded of things that happenedfrom thouse. Welcome Walk-Ins
b Shannon and turned over to Class 1955 to 1960. Bobby Shannon
President Hank Graharr, who in reminded the class of changes that
turn asked classmate James Cowartto had taken place and the challengethat
give the invocation. class members face going into Dolph E. Reddish 'I I'
After a meal of steak, baked the next generation with their
potato, and salad, class president children and grandchildren.The Sheriff
Hank Graham asked for,a momentof benediction given by Roy

... silence f :-"{qfetlov&fl at !}f Morgan who reminded classmatesto ..... ..- ..-.. -. ,-- .... . -- Hwy. 301 Across from Norman's Market"
& and be ready to
renew friendships
who are d e'$s Ad; Jiffispltrtk'y
McClendon and AI Busko. meet again in five years. A poem -
Tom Jackson introduced the class was written and read by Mary Lou
guests: former principal Hugh In- Edwards Black.
gram, and teachers Wendall Dun Many members of the class talked f
can, Mrs. Marty Rosier Allman, and reminisced at the country club
Tom Casey, Charles Francis, Della until 3 a.m., then went out for
Rosenberg and JoAnn Smith Rowe. breakfast.
Class President Hank Graham Music of the 50's was played by
thanked everyone who helped put disc jockey Dean Blackwell from
the reunion together, especially Bob- radio station WDSR, Lake City, who
by Shannon and his wife, Jean, and was helped by his wife, Marilyn.The .
the reunion committee.The evening was video taped by
class officers attending were Wayne Sapp and Kim Shannon. Still
vice-president Tom Jackson, photos by Jean Shannon and Kim
secretary Margaret Dinkins Stall- Shannon. The class was photographed -
ings, sergeant-at-arms Mike Red- as a group by R.P.McLendon.

dish, and class president Hank The clubhouse was decorated by
Graham. Not attending was Martha Clarice Thomas Stevens and hus-
Weldon Algona class tresurer, who band, Gary; Harriet Powell Bryan, I
lies in New England. Linda Sale Gillingham, and Brenda
Judy Thornton Padgett and Bobby Lewis Farnsworth. The school colors -
Shannon gave prizes to LInn Perint of red and gray were used. AT WHAT YOU GET FOR JUST
Wilson who traveled way
from Portugal, Roy Morgan for Two banners were made by Mrs. We Also Have
most children, Vonda Starling for Beverly Mathews and daughter,
most grandchildren and married the Terrie Mathews Conners, to Victor 800 $ > S k, 00 Swintec 300
longest Alma Thornton McRae for welcome the class and guests. Sherrie -
oldest grandchild Sonny "Bill" McRae made a tornado with $11900 $9995Victor
Lawson for youngest child and classmates name on it.Brenda .

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is invited to the Bayless tist Theological Seminary, Louisville,
Everyone Baptist Church, Sunday, Ky. He is currently religious educa- Model GR-2200
Highway missionaries from tion promoter stationed in Linz.He is
August 11, when the director of Lay Ministry Training
Austria will speak. ,
and Mrs.. Thomas C. Center ...
Rev Baptist Missionaries Mrs. Stallworth (Brenda Mixon) YOUR LOCAL DEALER IS: 'i ,
Stallworth stationed, in Linz Austria, was born in Gainesville, attended .We RepairCalculators \ -.'
at the 11 a.m. service Santa Fe Community College and .THE OFFICE SHOP .
will\ be speaking
received a bachelor of arts in educa- '
and again at 1 p.m. following. tion degree from the University of 110 W. Call Street Starke .
at noon. & .
born in Florida. She Is currently assigned as '
Re\ Stallworth was church and home worker in Llnz.The"Stallworth's '. .., .
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but grew up in Jacksonville a Typewriters 04"; 964-5764 ,, ,_.:
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Bryan Camp '

Tracy DavisEngagement


Mr and Mrs. Harold K. Davis of

Starke, announce the engagement of .
their daughter, Tracy, to Bryan
Camp, son of Mr. and Mrs. FranklinD.
Camp of Lawtey. Smoked Hams agc
Tracy is a 1985 graduate of Bradford w FL vz orW Ole ID.
High School and is employed by t

Moore Railroad Contracting, Inc.

Bryan is a 1983 graduate of Brad sk, r Smoked Picnics . u>. 69C
ford nigh School and is employed by
the Container Corporation of '

America. Boiled Ham $198

Wedding plans will be announced . .. . .lb.

'. f 'I' later. Camp, Davis All Meat .b.$1.69

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., ,, Christine Strickland Neck Bones & Pig Feet. 29C.r

Terrence BeckEngagement r . . . .
Dorminey, Jackson Told

Donna Dorminey Starke Mr. ,and announce Mrs. John the engagement Strickland of of BUY ONE GET ONE FREE

Donald Jackson Jr. their daughter, Christine Stricklandto

EngagementMr Terrence Lee Beck both of Orlando -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Beckof Azar Dixie Link Sausage $399
and Mrs. J.W. Dorminey of Orlando. . 2 lb. box
Hampton announce the engagementof

their daughter, Donna, to DonaldE. The bride-elect is a 1983 graduateof
Jackson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. a Bradford High School and is Camps "Bun Buster" Weiners ,b.$1.98
Donald E. Jackson, Sr., of Raiford. v employed by CenTrust Savings &
The wedding is scheduled for Loan Association.Her .
August 24, at 4 p.m. in the Calvary
I, Baptist Church in Starke. A reception finance is a 1980 graduate of Beef. '
I will follow after the ceremony in Maynard Evans High School and is e;;

i the church reception hall. employed by Coral Gables Federal. Short Ribs $ 119 Heads On
No invitations are being mailed. The wedding is planned for October . ,lb. <' .. D
All friends and relatives are invited Strickland, Beck 19, at Hope Baptist Church in LargeShrimp
I to attend. Theressa. Turkey ,; ,

I.,I Neck & Wings n,. 39C $ 75

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Starke Juniorettes Organize Au!!. 4 Not Dressed 'Ib.
C? -C- 1-16

An informal organizational Starke Juniorettes. formerly bie Flynn and Mrs. Evelyn Chastain. Mullet. 49l -
I meeting of the Starke Juniorettes known as Little Women, are young Applications for limited member- Large .lb.
Executive Board was held Monday ladies in grades 10-12( with above C ship are being accepted thru Club

August 4.Plans President Allison Denmark, 9645367or
average. 'The club is a service may be picked up at Cnastain's FRESH LEAN
for the upcoming year were organization under the guidance of Jewelry & Gift Gallery. Deadline for
discussed including the annual the General Federation of Women's is Wednesday August
Christmas formal. Clubs with local sponsors. Mrs. Deb- HAMBURGERBPack.160L

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The month of July-was a busy time service. July 28th, a movie about the new look. In addition to the repairs 98 Lb. _
I for Grace Baptist Church. July 13tl) end of time was shown. of the two systems, there will be new
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ministration has beenmailed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT owner, doing business assessed are as follows:
Robena Siddall names In which Is
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR BRADFORD COUNTY or. required, OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL under the firm name ofMarty' Certificate No. 6 Year of was
Doctorate In Counseling FLORIDA WITHIN THREE MONTHS Roofing 222 N.Temple Issuance 1983Description assessed are as follows:
IN AND FOR BRAD- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Certificate No. 8 Year ofIssuance
FLORIDA. CASE NO. 85-75-CP FIRST PUBLICATION OF FLORIDA register said fictitious Io132-o0101 1/4 INT OF
1-3658 THIS NOTICE, to file name under the 3/128 INT TO' MIN Prop.rtyLOTS
CASE NO.: 8556CPI3643) anyobjections PROBATE DIVISION
Siddall 4.5,6, OF BLK 15 IN
GetsDoctorate aforesaid statute.
ETHAN A. SAPP Deceased. have that challenge the Dated this 29 day of SWIM DESC IN OR 127
IN RE: Th. Estat. of ((1-3657))
: 24. 6S, R-20.
July A.D. 1985 In Brad.
validity of the decedent'swill 345 IN THE PUBLIC
MARIE ELEONORE IN. IN RE: The Estate of Pg. Name In which assessed
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION the qualifications of ford County. 8/1 4t 8/22 RECORDS OF BRADFORD
OUYE Deceased. DOROTHY M. MILLS, Arrena (Arrlne) Jones
NOTICE OF AD the personal representative Deceased. COUNTY OR 127 Pg. 345 All of said
MINISTRATIONTh. TO ALL PERSONS HAV- or the venue or NOTICE OF AD. July 25, 1985 Sec 21 TWP 6-S, R-20. being In the County property of
administration of ING CLAIMS OR jurisdiction of the court. MINISTRATIONThe The Town of Breaker will Name In which assessed
Mrs. Yvonne Robena State of
Siddall the Estate of MARIE DEMANDS AGAINST THE ALL CLAIMS, administration of receive bids for: Genevieve E. CrooksAll Florida. d.
daughter of
Mrs. Thelma Conner ElEONORE INOUYE, ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS the estate of DOROTHYM. Class C Operator: You of said property Unless such certificateor
formerly of Starke, and the late Deceased File No. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED NOT SO FILED MILLS Deceased File must be able to take being in the County of certificates shall be
Wilton C. Conner graduated from IN THE ESTATE. WILL BE FOREVER BAR bacteriological reports Bradford, Stat. of
the William 83-S6-CP ((1-3643)), Is pen No. 85-73 CP-' (I-3657)) Is redeemed according to
College of and Mary in ding In the Circuit Court YOU ARE HEREBY RED.Date pending In the Circuit and send to D.E.R. Florida. law the described
Williamsburg Va., with a doctorate for Bradford County, NOTIFIED that the administration of the first Court for Bradford Coun maintain operation Unless such certificateor In such property certificate
in counseling, on May 12. Florida, Probate Division of the publication of this Noticeof ty, Florida, Probate Division records, check plant certificates shall be certificates will be sold or
Dr. Siddall is employed by the the address of estate of ETHAN ALLEN Administration: 1 the address of equipment (Chlorinator redeemed according to to the highest bidder at
Aiken Barnwell Mental Health which Is Bradford County SAPP, deceased Case August 1985. which Is Bradford County Booster ,Pump, Well the law the property the court house door on
Center as a psychotherapist. Muchof Courthouse, P.O. Number 85-75-CP. and Richard E. Welly Courthouse, Post Office Pump), fake chlorine described In such certificate the 3rd day of
her caseload is devoted to child Drawer B, Stark., File Number 1-3658, Is 954 N. Temple Avenue Drawer B, Starke, residuals and keep plant or certificateswill September, 1985.
and family therapy.Dr. Florida 32091. The pending In the Circuit P.O. Box 995 Florida 32091. The flow recorded. be sold to the Dated this 10 day of
Siddall is married to Alvin A. names and addresses of Court for Bradford County Stark., .Florida 32091 names and addresses of Sanitation Station highest bidder at the June, 1985. GILBERT S.
Siddall, a senior engineer with du- the Personal Representative Florida Probate Division ((904)) 964 8050 the Personal Representative Operator: Position Is court house door on the BROWN. CLERK
Pont at their Savannah River Plant and the PersonalR.pres.ntatlv.'s the address of Attorney for Personal and the PersonalRepresentative's four days per week 3rd day of September-- B.ulah Moody
which Is P.O. Box B.Stark. RepresentativeNOVIS attorney Tuesday, Thursday and 1985.
in Aiken South Carolina. attorney Clerk of Circuit Court of
They Florida SAPP WARD from nine o'clockto Dated this 11 day of
forth 32091. set forth Friday
set or.
two children,Dedrick 10 and Robena or. Bradford County, Florida
7. below. The personal representative Personal Representativeof below. five o'clock and Satur July 1985.GILBERT
All Interested persons of the estate Is Ethan Allen Estate 81 All interested persons day from eight o'clock S, BROWN
or. required to file with NOVIS' SAPP WARD 8/8 are required to file with until six o'clock with one CLERK Notice of Application for
this court, WITHIN THREE whose address Is 1100 this court, WITHIN THREE hour for lunch each day. Beuloh Moody Tax Deed
Bradford Baptist MONTHS OF THE FIRST W. Pratt Street Stark., NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO MONTHS OF THE FIRST Bid should be on a mon- Clerk of Circuit Court of NOTICE IS HEREBY.
Host Church Picnic PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida 32091. The name NAME REGISTER FICTITIOUS PUBLICATION OF THIS thly basis not dally. Bradford County, Florida GIVEN, that Maude H.
NOTICE: ((1)) all claim. and address of the personal NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Sanitation pickup: Garbage ... Grlffls the" holder.of the
The First Annual Church Picnic of against the estate and representative' 865.09 Pursuant Florida to Section against the estate and pickup two days NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO following certificates has
Bradford Baptist Church was held ((2)) any objection by an attorney are set forth notice, Is Statutes, ((2)) any objection by an each week, (Tuesdayand REGISTER FICTITIOUS filed sold certificates fora
Sunday, July 28, on the grounds of Int.r..t.d person to below. that the hereby given Interested person to Saturday). Must provide NAME tax deed to be Issued
Southside Elementary School. The whom notice was mailed All persons having William undersigned, whom notice was mailed your own Insuranceand Pursuant to Section thereon. The certificate
covered dish picnic at 4:30: That challenges the claims or demands D. Craven, soleowner that challenges the truck. 865.09, Florida Statutes, numbers and years of Issuance
p.m. ,
preceded the evening church serviceat validity of the will, the against the estate ore under the doing business validity of the will the Bids will be accepted fora notice Is hereby given the descriptionof
required WITHIN THREE firm name of of the Personal two year period beginning the
6:00: qualifications of the Personal Suzuki qualifications that the undersigned, property, and the
p.m.Following MONTHS FROM THE of Starke Intendsto Representative, on October 1, 1985 In which
the service church Representative, AUNT J's GARAGE, INC., names was
venue, or jurisdiction of DATE OF THE FIRST register said fictitious venue, or jurisdiction of and ending on P.O. Box 631 Hawthorne, assessed< are as follows:
members and friends played softball PUBLICATION OF THIS name under the foresald September 30. 1987.
the court. the court. Florida 32640, doing Certificate No. 145 Year
volleyball, horseshoes and ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOTICE, to file with the statute. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Bids must be sealed and business under the firm of Issuance 1983
other sports. NOT SO FILED clerk of the above courta Dated this 25 day of July, NOT SO FILED received on or before name of GREEN POND Description of Property
Other recent church activities WILL BE FOREVER BAR written statement of A.D. 1985 In Bradford WILL BE FOREVER BAR 7:30 p.m. on August LOG HOMES. In Clay, 14606 LOTS 8 A 9 OF BLK
County. 8/1 4tpd 8/22 13th 1985 at P.O. Box
RED. any claim or demand RED. Bradford and Alachua 3 LAKE KINGSLEY HTS IN
cluded a bowling party for the teensof Publication of thl. they may have. Each Publication of this 127, Breaker, Florida Counties, Florida. Intendto NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4 SEC 36
the church on July 30. Church claim must be In NOTICE OF INTENTION 32622.
Notice has begun on writing Notice has begun on register said fictitious Twp-6-S. R-22.
children of elementary age attended August 1, 1985. and must Indicate the TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS August 2, 1985. The Town Council name under the provisions Name In which assessedH.B.
Trinity Baptist Youth Camp in Attorney for P.r.onalRepresentative basis for the claim the NAME Attorney for Personal reserves th. right to accept of the aforesaid Mime
Keystone Heights the week of July : name and address of the Pursuant to Section : or reject any and all Statute. All of said
29-August 3. The church teens are TERENCE M. BROWN. creditor or his agent or 865.09 Florida Statutes, TERENCE M. BROWN bids. DATED at Gainesville, being In the County property of
spending this week, August 4-10, at P.A.r P.O. Drawer 40, attorney, and the notice Is hereby given P.A. Post Office Drawer Town Council Brooker 'Florida, this 17th day of Bradford State of
the Bill Rice Ranch in Mur- Stark., Florida 32091, amount claimed. If the that the undersigned, 40 Starke, Florida 32091 Florida 32622 July 1985.AUNT Florida.
freesboro, Tenn.Bradford ((904)) 964-8273 claim Is not yet du., the Harry E. Cooney and Telephone: 904/964.6272 Linda Robinson, Clerk J'. GARAGE INC. Unless such certificateor
Personal Representative date when It will become Marianna Cooney, Rt. 3 Personal Representative 8/1 80Notice ATTEST: Harold J. certificates shall be
Baptist Church which is : due shall be stated. If Box 1403 Stark. Fla. : HAROLD W. MILLS Lawlor, Secretary redeemed according to
six months old, holds its services in SANDRA G. SANDERS the claim Is contlgent orunllquldat. 32091, joint owners do- Route 3, Box 1172 of Application for By: Joanne Lawlor, law the property described
the auditorium of Southside Elemen- 833 W..t Madison ..!, the natureof Ing business under the Starke. Florida 32091 Tax Deed President 8/6_.4t_..!/. .!. In such certificate or ,.
the uncertainty shall firm name of Old R. Hobbs, Jr. NOTICE IS HEREBY -
Glory BY
Street, Storks, Florida : Johnny certificates will be sold
tary School off S.R.100 South. Rev. 32091 be .tat..!. If the claim Is Feed and Supplies, Intends Harold W. Mills GIVEN that E.M. LEWIS Notice of Application for to the highest bidder at
David McClain Is the pastor. Service By: Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr. secured, the security to register sold fictitious 8/1 2t S8NOTICE OR EDDIE J. .LEWIS the Tax Deed IS HEREBY the court house door on
times are Sunday School-9:45: a.m.: shall be described. The the NOTICE
SANDRA G. SANDERS name under the holder of following the 17th
Sunday Morning Service-11:00: .: 8/1 8/8 21chgSubscrIbe claimant shall deliver aforesaid statute. OF INTENTION certificates has filed said GIVEN that Dempsey R. September, of
the holder of the
Sunday Evening Service-6:00 p.m.: sufficient_copies of the Dated this 29 day of TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS certificates fdr a tax Sopp Dated this 26th day of
Wednesday Prayer Meeting730p.m. ; Today I claim to the clerk to July A.D. 1985 In Brad- NAME deed to be Issued following certificates hasfil.d July. 1985.Signature.
sold certificates fora
enable the clerk to mall ford County. 8/' 4t 8/22 Pursuant to Section thereon. The certificate BY
BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH one copy to each personal 865.09, Florida Statutes, numbers and years of Issuance tax deed to be Issued Moody GILBERT
thereon. The certificate S, .
Information concerning: transpor- representative.. notlco Is hereby given the descriptionof BROWN -.
tation to the services may be obtained 964-6305 All persons InterestedIn that the und.r.lgn.dMarty the property, and the numbers, the and years of Issuance Clerk of Circuit Court of
by calling Pastor McClain at the estate to who a Pratto, P.O. Box names In which It was descriptionof Bradford j
the and the County,
of this Notice of Ad- sole property
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I: Page 12\ TEIJF:(.R.\PII August 6,1085Americans

I, Starke Split Games in State Tournament .. I. ..

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by Charles Francis Again in the fifth the Americans In the 4th, Starke added three I
failed to capitalize scoring oppor- more to up the score to 7-0 when I
x. State title hopes: of the Starke tunties. Ashley Alday led of?with a Randy Milton walked, Link Bishop
Americans, a Dixie Major All-Star base on balls,Jeremy Crawford was had a 198-foot single Francis got on
baseball team, were suffering with a fielder's choice and
Bartow after an opening game loss hit by pitch, Jamie Bowen struck Goodowns plated two more with a
but the locals evened their tourney out, and Sheffield walked to load the single. Devin Jackson's single "4 'wY r
record at 1-1 Tuesday night. bases. Francis got on on a fielder's scored Goodowns. "
l choice, scoring Alday. Andy John Dempsey and Reggie Shef-
tl,p Starke lost 3-1 on a two-run homerto Goodowns hit sharply to the shortstop field scored in the 5th after walking.
li r t Pensacola West in the opening who made a throw to home to Jeremy Crawford scored on a Shef--
game Monday, but came back in the nail Sheffield and end the inning. field triple in the 6th. Andy
loser's bracket to pound Bartow 9-2 Goodowns, Devin Jackson, Link
in the second game Tuesday night, Devin Jackson picked up the only Bishop and Reggie Sheffield each 1Yt
Aug. 6.Pensacola. hit for the Americans with a sharp picked up two hits.
single in the fourth. The Americans were to play at 6
David Elder's pitching perfor pm. Wednesday against a team to
I M! West 3. Starke 1 mance was the highlight of the open- be determined later as the late game .,
w Lefthander Gerald Huggins put ing game for Starke, along with fine Tuesday night was rain delayed. To w
the Starke American hopes of a state defensive play by the entire team. stay in the tournament, which will
title on hold Monday night with a run until Friday and possibly Saturday -
onehitter.In Pvniocolo 021 000 3 the Americans cannot lose ,,d' .
an hour and 10 minutes Pen- Stork' 000 010 1 aga n.Starke. ........... ,'
sacola West beat the Americans 31. Elder I Froncli, IPi Elder 0.1 ,,0'> ':;'

030 321 9
David Elder gave an outstanding Bartow 000 020 2 Winding up...
performance for the Starke team, Starke 9 Bartow 2 Sheffield < Francis. WP-ShHIld 10.
Reggie Sheffield
striking out 10, giving up two hits "Smoking" Reggie Sheffield 9Bi Sheffield. gets ready to put
the ball
the <1rnrax
and walking one. struck out 14 batters, giving up only across plate.ROOMS .
I', a's A 2-run homer in the second inningwas two hits and one walk to snuff Bar-
the winning edge. tow 9-2 Tuesday night. -

i Pe x :, a w Starke threatened in the third inn- The Americans broke the game

ing when Randy Milton walked and open in the second inning on four
Reggie Shefield got on by an error. hits. Jeremy Crawford walked, Reg-
Both runners advanced to second gis Sheffield singled, B.B. Prevatt
and third on a passed ball. Donnie walked, Link Bishop had a 2 RBI
I Francis hit to the shortstop who single, and Andy Goodowns had an
Going for the fence... threw Milton out at the plate to end RBI single to score Bishop for a
Devln Jackson makes big cut during state tournament play in Dixie the rally. three run lead.
i Youth Major league.

11 i CrossCountry Team Looks for Good YearHoping xo.

I i for a repeat of last year, nant and Curtis Knight, freshmen Lori Sapp. Both were mainstays oi ney, Lee, Englewood, Paxon, Mid-
BHS cross country coach George Randy Stahler and Chris Brooks. last years team.Rounding dleburg, Palatka, St. Augustine,
Loper is puttini a lot of hopes on his The coach said that Dennis Glover out the group will be Fernandina and Starke. The
teams. and Robert Thorpe had expressed an sophmores Barbara Harris and veteran coach expects the district to
young Last year the girls won the district interest in the team, but had not Chris Anders, freshmen Christy include nine boys teams and 7 girls
title and were second at the state finally committed to running. Harrell, Tonya Klien, Katrina teams. FOR RENTat
meet in Deland The boys took third "Total rebuilding year," said McSpadden and Robin Mwnning,and "Even moving up to 3A, we're a
: at district and a respectable 12th at Loper. "It's basically a very youong the sole senior, Terri Jakab. contender in district and state,"said
state. and inexperienced group." Unsure for the season is Lisa Loper.

Loper said that he is expecting The girl's team is expected to be a Tierney, a consistent high finisher' First home meet of the season is
last who Loper said had quite a the HistoricMAGNOLIA
juniors Henry Cooper and Thomas strong one again this year, even year set for September 10 at the middle
lot of talent.
Moon to be his co-captains for this though they lost seniors Linda school course and the first big meetis
fall for the boys. These two have Dewitt and Cheryl Bogle. Last year "Barring anyting unforseen", they to be run in Palatka September 14.
should have a successful said
three experience each. The year
years the girls won the 2A district and
j rest of the team will be relatively in were second at state. Loper. Practice begins August 15, 9 a,m.,
experienced.Expected This year BHS has been moved up at the middle school course. St by Post Office
to run for the gentlemen Co-captains for the year will be into the 3A ranks and will run in Everyone interested in running
Tornados are sophmores Chad Ten- junior Kelly Jackson and sophmore district 2 which includes Bishop Ken- should contact Coach Loper.

Nightly Weekly MonthlyYou

I Tornados Winding -up for Big Season

Will Be Close to:

With football practice opening in lot of throwing this year. Manning, Chris Dougherty and Greg and Brian Barton to come throughon Churches, Doctors Offices, Restaurants, -
just one week, Bradford High School All capable of doing an excellent Jackson. defense." He continued, "Last Grocery Stores & the Post Office
Head Coach David Hurse encourages job at wide receiver are Todd Hurse said Ron Brown, who' year we had two 260-lb. defensive
all prospective players to McLeod, Wendell Shanks, Jess McS- started two games last season also tackles in Jamie Whitehead and
continue physical workouts. wain, Andy Jones and Pat Diggs. showed a lot of improvement during Donald Thornton. This year, we
Hurse said everyone should run as Others who could see a lot of actionat spring drills. They will also be pushed have another 260-lb. tackle, and Stop By and Let Mrs. Van Hook show you the
much as possible and lift weights to wide receiver are Brett Russell, by David Williams, Billy Harrell, we're just waiting to get a good look will be
be in as good physical condition as Mike Gray, Jeff McClellan and Gary Wise, Brian Barton, Chris at sophomore John Kuhn." rooms. We're sure you delighted.
possible when Varsity practice Wesley Thomas. Cribbs, Andrew Timmons, Andy Hurse again emphasized that
begins Thurs.,Aug. 15, at 9 a.m.,and The Tornadoes will have more Roach, Joel Brewer, and Justin Parental Consent and Physical I
J-V practice begins Thurs., Aug. 22. depth in the backfield this year thanin Williams, all coming up from the Jr. forms should be turned in now. L.
The weight room and other the past 6 or 7 years. Hurse said Varsity.
facilities at the field house are open he feels very comfortable with Greg
and Aaron Matthews at Secondary Thin..,
and available each day. Wiggins .
Parental Consent Forms must be fullback,and will also be throwing to Defensively, Coach Hurse said the '. '
signed and physicals completed them quite often. Jeff McSwain will Tornadoes will be "awfully thin" in
before Aug. 15. If you have misplaced see a lot of action at tailback, and the secondary.
your forms, you may pick up Clinton Jenkins and Andy Jones at However, Hurse looks for Frank
another at the field house. running back.Experienced. Long at middle safety to be one of 1111
the best in North Florida. Aaron
Matthews and Mike Chappell also
Tornadoes To Throw... Line... have some experience at rover back. .'. a v
With an experienced quarterbackin Starting at least five games last Hurse said, "We'll be counting
Frank Long, backed up by Johnny year, and returning to form the heavily on kids like Gary Wise,Chris
Clark and Robert Starling, and a nucleus of the offensive line this Cribbs, Wendell Shanks, David
good stable of receivers, Coach year will be Mike Chappell, Tommy Hamilton, Jess McSwain, Billy Har- BACK TOu\
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a .f'rr 'St Y""*'tlea. ;, r. x t 1Jiix41 1(1 rtr '+i,p1'1y, ;-. ,BCT Staff Writer 1980. We estimate using the styles Newsom said. "At various times gatherers," Newsom says. "We

deep under bed of primor evident in the canoes and toolmarks they would build canoes in a certain know from skeletal remains and
Ling ,waiting for the first light to on the wood, that they are at least area, then purposely) sink them in from what little the Spanish were
shine on their wooden hulls in over 3,000 years old." carefully designated spots to hide able to find out that they had
2,000 years, -two ancient Indian The canoe's owners were the them from their rivals before moving organized tribes but never stayed in
canoes were brought to the surface ancestors of the Timucuan Indians, on Later, if they returned to the one place too long. The men most
r'' w rv 1 # last week in what may become the a collection of prosperous tribes who area, they would have a canoe ready likely wore animal skins and the
si KJ'r ;; Lake Region area's"most important inhabited the area when the Spanish without having to build another women wore moss and garments
.p "7 4,81dK archeological find ever. arrived to build their first set- one." made from Palmetto plants. They
> > j A A total of eight carved wooden tlements in the "New World". It is the number of canoes at the had no tools but were very advancedand
hulls, remnants of an age in the site that lead Newsome and her col- prosperous for their age."
=f ,,,+ :it Florida's past beyond memory or Oldest AncestorsThe legues to suspect that this site may The canoes found in the Peat Mine
i written history, were discovered Spanish historians of the day be more than a simple hiding spot. site are the "old wooden" type, ac

early this month by a heavy equip wrote highly detailed descriptions of A Village Nearby? cording to Newsom, who says the In-
ment operator at Strickland's Peat the Timicuans in the years after dians switched wood types when the
Farm near McRae. they arrived but were able to "A cluster of seven to eight canoesis Spainish arrived.
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5 qh,, Ai x Now that area may form the focusof discover only a little about their very unusual in any area," "The earliest people from whichwe
an intense effort by personnelfrom ancestors, who lived during period Newsom said. "From the have any artifacts used the
the University of Florida's An modern researchers call "Archaic", projectilespear( ) points found so far Yellow Pine for their dugouts,"
Orr/ thropology department led by prehistory, or before written records around the site, the number of Newsom says. "It was the easiest to
researcher Lee Newsom. were kept. canoes located, and the recovery ofa obtain because it was so common
These Timicuan ancestors are the painted wooden pole found nearby and it was the easiest to carve using
First InvestigationNewsome builders of the canoes found at the several years ago, we believe that their 'chip and burn' method.

Ollie Strickland's Peat Mine site. the remains of a large village may Chip and Burn
and her team of
experts The older the better, as far as the be located on a high hammock very
visited the site, located in a dense close to this site. If that is taie it
p, i ; r anthropology researchers are con- The 'chip and burn' method refersto
YVYn stand of forest off Highway 214 near cerned. would be a major find because of the a process in which the Indians
the tiny town, and marked off the Researchers have very few extreme age of the canoes already burned out an area of the log with
i area where the canoes were found records of the pre-historic found. It's exciting because finds stone carvers, packed the space with

hk r with wooden stakes. tribesmen. The new site could offera like this one do much to increase our clay, burned a little more wood, then
,y :h ."" Ny ,'. r,,. Most of the dugout canoes are now fascinating glimpse into the knowledge of an age almost totally repeated the process until they had a
lying under about five feet of water obscured by time." hewn craft suitable for
k' #3 ;u' lifestyles, tools and social customsof roughly
and another three to four feet of Florida's earliest residents. And what is known of these travel on the many rivers[ lakes and

peat. "The Indians of that era had no mysterious people? streams in the area.
Newsom will return soon with ad
agriculture. They were nomadic
ditional equipment to begin assess hunters who roamed over large Advanced Hunters See Page 4Wood
ing the scope of the find.

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large fragments, were brought to
the surface of a shallow lake in

which peat miners had been plying _
their trade. Workers have now 5- AT k "" v ]y 1t 1, I
located the intact hulls of five more
canoes in the same location. That

rvn fact leads researchers to believe ft::
that the site may be an important -
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been cataloging ancient Indian r y, r r yrr oj X .
canoe finds since 1980 ar.d now have 'y .a a l I t t 1 Y ly .+
'wA recorded 175 canoes in Florida, by
far the highest total for any state in

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"South Carolina has 23 and that is
considered a high total," Newsom .

says, "So the finds we have recordedin
fhoto k,Mary'ocIlI"'
Florida so far have been amazing.The i
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Strickland Peat Mine Owner Ollie Strickland gazes at an unexpected Heights area, where many canoes hfr b pY. ,
guest from the past. have been found over the years."
This almost intact wooden dugout canoe was discovered buried in a Newsom said three old Indian e rw
peat mine near McRae Florida when a dredge operator struck an unexpected canoes had been found in Hall Lake 1RRrM'!
"hard spot" deep In a peat borrow pUUop left). and another three in nearby Smith
The age of the canoe, and up to seven more just like it which were soon Lake, but added that the concentration
discovered nearby has been estimated by University of Florida Anthropology in this Peat Mine site surpasses n r"a n
researchers to be in excess of 3,000 years. anything found in the area so far. "6 '" d ?t : WS t'" '
Strickland, who has shut down his operations In the site area In 1 r t'4 j ,,,/j yR,1M ,
cooperation with the researchers, probes for" possible signs of additional Most Important Find?

canoesabove). "'This 15 a very important find, and

I could turn out to be even more ex Grain...

", ,:it; I' citing than we realize," Newsom A cloceup of the wood surface of these canoe Identify the former owners of the dugouts so long ago.
says. "Seven dugouts in one small fragments gave researchers the vital clues needed to "
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What animal has a dark, stiff coat gather scientific! research on the vestigating the long-range potential marked by dl'lltlsil"| of droppings! anti including a !. ; ) | l : remaining! panlhf-rs, but,
with a cowlick located in the middleof Florida panther By learning more for areas feasible for re-release We urine!) anti trucks sue'h as! u coin ( : : life-unify of that number
the back of the neck and can about the cat it is hoped that the are now increasing our data base 1 Last year u Volusia County hunter tracks are: ; !. | <>bc| hi-: soul line thing
weigh up to 130( pounds Need more Florida panther's! extinction might and beginning food habit studies, found a freshly killed deer covered evidence ', the, ri-rent, r help? Uown the back of its head and be avoided checking to see if what we have by
pine straw Studies of Florida It is HIM; : : ) :, : Florida panther ore
nwk: and across its shoulders are The goal to save the Florida panther always suspottrd about the Florida panthers indicate that following/ u immediately !. : / : Alley in, south Florida
white flecks Mill haven't guessed? is being accomplished! in part. panther is In fact true," said Lamp kill the cuts cover the remaining of day, : J the population by one,
The last three bones of the tail are by monitoring the movements ol ton carcass with soil surrounding .
; or vegetative : : hardly an old time hra'J;
bent, creating a crook at the end of these illusive animals by tracking In IIUI7, a Florida state law provided debris and often return for additional ted the panther ; y resident, who r'lln't' t tr-jj
its tail. cats who have been equipped with a five dollar bounty for panther feedings The white-tail deer You may ,,]".. of their f.hiJdhood 'J,hen
If you guessed the Florida panther radio-telemetry transmitting collars scalps, and the cats were sport found by the hunter was surroundedwith the ;&"' in tx-d, wide eyed!,, listening
you are right. If you spot a hunted until 1)5K!) when It was large cat tracks and biologists! office at i-8r0-: ""t'Ilng/ sounds! of the Hondo
Florida panther, you can help. "Two years' ago we had eight( cats estimated that the state's panther determined the deer had been killed Hill's! concern : roaming mart'J,1./ .": at
Harold Hill, local environmentalist collared. Today we are only "receivIng population had dcmimshcd to no by a Florida panther, thereby giving ther increases, ( >s i a sound most of f their,
and president of the Santa Fe tramissions from only four. Two more than 50, representing the last the KU&KWKC the best scientific reported !. have never heard
Lake Dwellers Association, has kepta of our collared cats were roud-ki lied, surviving panthers east of the proof to date that the panthers indeed anyone who (!
file of reports from local residentsof and it Is thought that the rest of the Mississippi. exist outside of south Florida contact him by !
panther sightings in this area. panthers had collars which either The panther which once roamed The KU&KWKC considers a Melrose } # #} #
"1.>on't let anyone tell you therearen't malfunctioned of the life of their collars abundantly throughout the cast, had photograph of the Florida panther as How many PRICE
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like "bears..Florida panthers are Informations Officer for the F'lortdaGame subspecies Appropriately, the panther (good luck!). Plaster of paris castsof sure, Lampion /
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mission. state's animal. But in Florida,
Some of the to even
sightings reported By learning more about the cats' the panthers' quest for survival was xw
Hill included James Gill
: reported habits and required habitat, studiescan questionable In 17; the Florida rr
sighting a panther in January 1981 be conducted which will allow panther was placed on the endangered .
between Lake Santa Fe and SH 21.
scientists to judge the feasibility of species list.
William Baker, has g/
postmaster of and re-establishing Florida panthers If you sight a Florida panther, the Starke'a
sightings panthers where they can be free to roam and Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish
cubs between his
most recently lave, uninhibited by the progress of Commission (FG&FWFC) suggestsyou
home Lake Geneva and the
on perhaps their worse enemy, man. search for tracks or other signs
Melrose AI Richardson has
area. "Our work has intensified recently. the Commission investigators can
Hill that there indications ) Liz, Wenay, Linoa
reported to are -
Chris Belden who once use as scientific evidence. The other :
each year of big game the team in south Florida is now in scientific evidence which is used to Diane & Pam
(panther or bear) traveling throughhis Gainesville. lie is in charge of a confirm sightings are scale (dropp-- /
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property ago clearing house which is in ings). scrapes (small mounds of dirt
Harold Hill.. and his wife, Lynella, BLOW DRY
spotted a panther between Lake San-
ta Fe and Hwy 100. Other reported o Reg. '18 . Now '9
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been unusually big," Newsom said.
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1 the larger canoes and travel down to
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the boats while they were on the .
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One of the dugouts found at the
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The Indians switched to Cypress
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struct more sophisticated designs,
with thinner walls and more
graceful, flowing lines out of the just doing his job one day in this area "We'll have to take one end of each
harder and denser cypress trees. and suddenly hit a something hard, of the straps and pass them 1
"The canoes found at the Peat deep down in the pit. He had the underneath the canoes till they pass STYLES & COLORS
Mine site are definitely of the older, presence of mind to know that there through to the other side Then we }
cruder construction associated with shouldn't be any logs down there so will connect the loose ends to the
the pre-historic ancestors of the he stopped the dredge and reported other 2'x4' and try to lift them
Timicuans," Newsom says. "Theyare what he'd found. I'm glad he didn't straight out of the borrow pit.It's going
covered with burn marks, and just plow through the'hard spot'and to be difficult because they can
the cuts on the wood indicate that no just go on with his work We might weigh a ton ormore, after soaking up
metal tools were ever used in their have never known they were down water into the wood for so many
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Ancient dugouts like this found in The first of the canoes came up in
peat swamps are usually in fairly large, but fragmented pieces. Thena Newsom explained that most of
good condition, considering their whole one was found as Strickland what is left of a wooden artifact after
age,because the peat is so thick that traced the outline of the hull with a 3,000 years is made up of a large per- VinylCarpet
very little oxygen can reach the long prober. cent of water. This meant that the
buried hulls to further decay. The After the water is drained with two canoes pulled to the surface to
canoes found at the Peat Mine site hydralic pumps by Strickland's verify the find had to be submerged from $
are more fragile than is usually the workers, the canoes will be dug out again in order to prevent them from : 7P
case, however, which means that of the peat as much as possible by drying out and falling to pieces.
researchers will have to use extra Newsom's team, then lifted out of "We all looking forward to the sq yd
care in their removal and preserva- the muck with a specially con- restoration of the canoes," Newsom y
structed apparatus. said. "But what may be even more ,
tion.Newsom is requesting assistancein "We will use a frame made of two exciting are the things we'may find I v k y
preserving the canoes from the long 2'x4's with tough straps hung around them. promises to be a ,, _-
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Lester Eugene Dennon was a member of the New River Robert Hines Lamonda of Hampton Lake; 12 recruiter. He Joined the Army 22 Funeral services were held Tues II

Friends of Lester Eugene Dennon, Congregational Methodist Church of Robert "Robbie" Hines, 72, of grandchildren and one great grand- years and has served five tours of day August 6,in the DeWitt C.Jones
83, of Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. and Raiford. Mr, Griffis was retired Pine Forest Apartments, died Sun- child. duty in Germany. Chapel, with Rev. Edgar Wilkerson
frequent visitor to the Starke supervisor for the 0.1. Company, day, August 4, in North Florida Funeral services were held on He is survived by his wife, Mrs. conducting the services. Burial was
will regret to learn of his recent area Inc., a former school board memberof Regional Hospital, following a long Tuesday, August 6, in Airpark Bap- Ursula M. Starling of Hanau, Ger- in Lawtey Cemetery with full
death after a two-year illness. Union County for 2 terms and a illness. Born in Bell, Fl. April 8, tist Church with Rev. LeRoy Olive many, a son, Mitchel S. Starling,Jr. military rites at the graveside.
He was a native of Brooklyn and member of the Masonic Lodge No.82 1913, Mr. Hines was raised, near conducting the services. Burial was of Hanau; father and step-mother, Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof
graduated from New York F ) A.M. Brooker and in Dedan Baptist Cemetery under Steve and Margie Starling of arrangements
Universi- residentof
ty. He was also law He is survived by his wife, Ona Bradford was a lifelong the direction of Jones Funeral Lawtey; mother and step-father,Vi- -
a school County. He was a
graduate from NYU Richardson Griffis of Lawtey; two retired farm Home. vian T. and Cecil Barnes of Card of ThanksThe
and worker and memberof
taught daughters, Alice of Lake a Gainesville four sisters, Mrs.
Ellington ; Joy
English and
journalism at the Airpark Baptist Church. Family of Gadson Griffis
Boys Butler SFC M. S. Carter
and Tucker, Ga.
Winnofae Fair of Starling ,Mrs. Barbara
High School in Brooklyn while attending He is survived by his wife, Mrs. and wishes: to thank friends, neighbors
Tallahassee brother Elzie Kicklighter Mrs. Pamela Starl-
school at night. He ; a A Leila Gore Hines of Starke SFC Mitchel and relatives for their kind
practiced a son, Stephen Starling, 39, ing, both of Gainesville expres-
Griffis of Glen St. sister Mrs. Karen
law for 57 years and studied Mary; a Robbie Lee Hines of Brooker three of Hanau, Germany, died Tuesday, Sullivan of sions of sympathy during the loss of
Mazie Ella of Raiford Tampa a
philosophy as a hobby, while editing Redding and ; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Deaver of July 30, in Hanau, after suffering a Mrs. Linda Cubbedge; of step-sister, our loved one. Your prayers, visits,
a number of publications on law, seven grandchildrzn.grandchildren' four great Lake Butler, Mrs. Betty Bryan of heart attack. Born on March 17, step-brothers, Alton and Starke Ronnie; two cards, flowers, food and your
banking, and philosophy. Hawthorne and Mrs. Eloise Moss of 1946, Mr. Starling was a native of Crews, both of Starke thoughtfulness will remain with us
Funeral services sheduled
Besides his wife, Bess Schsimmer are to Starke; two brothers, Frank Hinesof Lawtey and was Baptist by faith. lie mother, Mrs. Isabell ; grand- always.
be held Matthews
Thursday, August 8, at 2p.m.
Dennon of Brooklyn, he is survived Micanppy and Dudley Hines of was a sergeant first class in the U.S. Gainesville and God Bless
., at the New River a grandfather, Fred
and by one a daughter son, Andy, of Haines City, Methodist Church Congregational with Rev.- .Jacksonville: a sister, Mrs. Beatrice Army, serving as a re-enlistment_ Tyre of Ft. McCoy. The Griffis Family26th
Alice Epstein, of
Michael Norman, Bro. Gordon
Rochester, N.Y.; and two grand-
children. Dasher and Rev.John Yarbrough officiating
Funeral services Masonic Rites will be held
were held in
Brooklyn with Jim Jacob and Mr. at the graveside in Pine Grove
Dennon's granddaughter, Sarah Cemetery at Raiford wpUi Raiford
Epstein, presenting the eulogies. Interment Lodge No.82 in charge. Ar-
in rangements are under the directionof
was Cypress Gardens
Memorial Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Abbey, Brooklyn. Butler.

Parthine M. LeggetteMrs.

Parthine!McMillan Leggette, A. J. WilkersonAndrew
60, of 803 Chestnut Street, Starke, Anniversary
James Wilkerson, 86, of
died Monday, August 5,.in Bradford
Hospital. Mrs. Lawtey, died Thursday, August 1, at
Leggett was born his residence, following a long il-
March 18, 1925 and member of
was a
the Pleasant Grove United lness.Born in Highland, Nov.9. 1898,

Methodist Survivors Church.include her husband, Mr.dent a Wilkerson of correctional Bradford was County.officer a lifelong He at Florida workedas resi- f) f) _

Ira Leggette; a daughterBarbara State Prison before his retirementand
Brown; two sons,Glen Leggette and
was a member of the Highland
David McMillan,all of Starke; three Baptist Church.
sisters, Louise DeSue, Tincy DeSue, ace
and Helen DeSue, all of Starke;
three brothers, Milton DeSue of He is survived by his wife, Mrs. ,l'0 y0 niy
Panama City, Willard DeSue and Edith Padgett Wilkerson of Lawtey; % ,4 )
Mavcil DeSue of Daytona Beach; a daughter, Mrs. Hope Carroll of dC> \ '* Gra
and six grandchildren. Orange Park; five sons, Wesley 1SSBHEAVY QRIC 1 ti Q J w
Funeral services are scheduled to Wilkerson of Jacksonville, James, Q G
be held on August 10 at the Allen Berry, and Billy Wilkerson, all of
Chapel A.M.E Church. Haile Lawtey and Randall Wilkerson of
-.. Funeral Home is in charge of ar- Starke; 21 grandchildren and 23
i'"" rari etPnta. ,,, _- great grandchildren.

Mallie M. Griffis STATE diet pepsI
Funeral services were held on I
Mallie McKinley Griffis, 83, of Saturday, August 3, in Highland
Rt. 1 Box 582,Lawtey,died Tuesday, Baptist Church, with Rev. Ed P.
August 6, in the Riverside Hospitalin Sheetz conducting the services. f' DUTY / '
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Marineland is a Florida tradition. "I'm so use to the crowds, the exhibit, but far from the
Since, 1938 it has been showcasingthe rushing and the lines at Disney quality of the other shows and would
wonders' of the sea. It has ex- World that it's taken me nearly an probably be fine if it were billed as a
panded its grounds and refined its hour to wind down and get use to the side show rather than one of the
acts since its early days. It now occupies quiet,leisurely pace here. I think it's main attractions.
There are several restaurants,gift r exlNn
side great.
land skirted on one by just
and restrooms scattered
the Intracoastal Waterway, on the
other side by the Atlantic and cut in The main entrance Is on the west throughout the park.
side of A1A Ponds and streams w1
two by Hwy A1A. act is the meander through the park, and the You can reach Marineland by ... .
The most spectacular *1*
sea breeze adds refreshing relief either boat or car. A large Marina, Such w-r r -HIGHWAY T.e
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porpoise begins
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from the hands and sometimes the It is an underwater experience not. to I
which provides rooms an ocean
be missed.
mouth) of their trainers.
view,: tennis courts, a playgroundand
The show then moves on' the the '- J
There is an otter exhibit and duck pool.
Porpoise Stadium where you can geta pond, and a shell exhibit featuring _._ : 1
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glimpse por-and unique shells gathered from all over To reach Marineland by land,take 0 ; BEACH
poise caring for her newborn the world. 100 to Palatka. At Palatka furn left -BEACNw.
watch in sheer delight .as these Children will love the new nautical on SR 207. After pi jsing through -- -
mammals of the sea put on a perfor- themed Playport. This unusual Hastings so east on SR 206. This ATLANTIC OCEANXERCIS
mance which itself is well worth the playground offers lots of fun for the takes you to AlA at Cresent Beach.
admission price. children and laughs for the adults, Head south on AlA and in less then
Through portholes you can peek all under giant shade renderingtents. ten minutes you will spot the en-
underwater and view swordfish, trance to Marineland, and will be in
sharks, stingray and nearly every The one disappointment was the for a day of entertainment which is
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Wonders of the Sea Exhibit.

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Harrison Lee Findley found guilty Three ArrestsIn News of RecordIn James A. Tyler & Brenda F.
'' of grand theft in a Jury trial July 23, <
.. i. /., Mews BrIefs was sentenced to 30 months in the Local Fight Divorce Court. "'Y. Gregory A. Baker&Sue H. B..&fL er.s
Department of Corrections. Findley Three men were arrested August 3 Marriages dissolved' di'rlng the Marty L. Klimasko'' & Linda""' L.
", stole a three-wheeler March 7 and when police were called to a confron- ,month of July in Bradford County include Klimasko. '""
attempted to sell the vehicle in tation starting at a service station on the following. Donald Cooper & Mary Cooper.
Man Must 'conduct, according to Sgt. Wayne
Pay Hampton that evening. US-301 south and continuing up.the Debra
D. Mooney & Robert D. Rastus L. Aaron & Bessie Lee
Wilkinson. Bond was set at $52,50.He Findley, 22, convicted of rob- highway to
For Cut Trees was a parking Iqt. Mooney.Brian. Aaron. .
was released on his own bery without a firearm in 1980 in Arrested were Wayne Hardeny
Lee Hawn & Constance H. James Franklin Bryant & YvonneM.
i: Grand theft charges against a recognizance.Wade Bradford County. In 1983 he was Hutchins,21, Robert James Bullock, Hawn. Bryant.
Waldo man will be dropped when he found guilty of a violation of parole 22.and Roger W.Fincher,accordingto Steven G. Cornwall& Mary S.Cornwall Melvin H. Marihugh & Georgia r1.
pays restitution for allegedly cutting Hampton Pelham, 41, was and August 1984 was arrested hereon Patrolman Michael Paris. The Marihugh. .
,:I timber without permission on land in additionally charged with ag- a warrant from Alachua County three men allegedly beat up victim, Ellis L. Rehberg & Susan II. Donald L. Keys & Susan K. Keys
Bradford County owned by Florida gravated assault by the state at- charging: sexual battery. Ray Thomas Bell. Rehberg. i '
: Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle torney's Office, according to In- Findley was released to DOC July Hutchins, of Starke was chargedwith
E. Conner. vestigator David Aderholt. Pelham 23. robbery and battery, bond was
}.) The restitution agreement, filed was charged in an earlier incident set at $262.50. Fincher of Anthonywas
: Tuesday,stated that charges will be with aggravated battery, this is Johnel McCray,charged with con- charged with battery, bond set
1r; dropped by the state attorney's office count two, with bond remaining the cealed firearm, was placed on probation at$226.50.
P'!. when John William Matheny same. He was released on his own for five years. McCray must Bullock of Marion County was
i pays the landowners $2,634. In recognizance.Julie serve 365 days in the county jail,par- charged with battery, his bond was
,'.. vestigators concluded from sale ticipate in alcohol abuse program at set at 26250. In addition Bullockwas
receipts that Matheny was paid that Bradford Union Guidiance Clinic found in possession of a 1976
': '; amount for timber cut from the Conner Gayle Stuart,24, of Jackson and pay Ford pi'*. *i no r""'
I I,..' property. ville was arrested August 2 for driv- That\ .. ,jmnou:
\ When approached by Departmentof ing while license suspended, according ding to Paris.
Agriculture investigators on to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge.She Pincher and Bullock were released -
March 25, Matheny said he had a was released qn a $210 surety. after cash bonds were posted.
contract with R. E. Peterson, Con- bond.
ner's brother-in-law, to cut the 1 ;<
timber. He produced a contract, butit Robert Leonard Harris, Jr., 31, of VACUUMSALE
had not been signed by Peterson. Starke was arrested August 4 for --
Peterson said he had spoken with driving while under influence, ac- I3V2X--3 BR, I'/ BA.. block In
Matheny in early March about cut- cording to Patrolman Kenneth R. Pork wood S/D 35500.
ting the timber, but had not settledon Hinds, Jr. Harris was stopped for 0386X-3 BR. l'/i BA.. from near t ,wr
a price. unlawful speed and found to have a NEW & USEDWe Southslde Elem. School corner lot
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Malcolm Charles Bradley, 33, was f 7EKASriECTROlUX 12500.
March 3 Incident arrested Aug. 5 for driving \\hii!.' -"- W:; *405..",BR"C:,., biuck encl. garage
license, according to Trooper
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Gets Man Arrested Ethridge. He was released after a FILTER QUEENS 1399-3 BR 1 BA., block fenced corner
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Recent ArrestsIn Mark C. Knouse M.D.
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y' JEEPSII It True You Can Buy Jeeps for FLASHING ARROW SIGNS ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. no "
1,1 $44 through the U.S. Government? Gel $2 complete down payment $75 per mo. Call : ::. ::.:, ,_: 'Alt. : "
or $ monthly (save $2"41)!) Warranty
.".(, the fads today) Call 1-312-742-1142.\ & PERSONNEL SERVICES Lighted, no arrow $219 Non- 9645606. I0/4rfn I .

" Ext. 609. 6/27 4tpd 8/8 Complete Secretarial Services lighted $163. See locally. We'll not be LOTS & ACREAGE: 20 percent down, r

I BUICK SKYHAWKl 1978, Price $1300.00. Typing-Resumes, Letters, Reports, Pro undersoldl! 1 ((800)) 4230163. anytimel balance in five years, financing by

'I(. 1978 Ford LTD $1300.00. Call 964-4754 posals. Term Papers, Legal Pleadings A CHROME RIMS: 33 12.SXI5 New chrome owners, 9646853. 12/13 If n. c/7rwil1cjar
after 5:30: 5/30 tin ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement
rlma. 6 5th wheel
". Briefs lugs as spore. 100
,', 1978 GMC VAN:1/2 Ion $2500 964.7423 ea. 964-8171 after 3 pm. 8/8 Itpd $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Z
1980 FORD VAN 1/2.Ion $3000, Call' -Business or Individual 964-5606. i/03Ifn I
FOR SALE: Pit, bulldog puppies, tails REALTY
964.7423 Teal Tile & Carpel. 6/61fn Letter or 100 have been cut; washing machine, utility ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY ,

FORD CAR FOR PARTS 429 engine C( Direct Dictation to our Otllce trailer made out of steel 782-3650 8/8 ROAD: $3,000, na down payment, $70 .

,, transmission, 15" tires, good rear end. 964-7240 (ell. a/1/85)/ )Call lor Info I llpd per mo. Call 964-5606 1/03 tfn ,. l

'. Gory 964.8569 6113 fin Dictate on your equipment, we'l pick up REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE: 17 mos. 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD: (C 227)) PHONE 964.7776 [8" I
: ave $3,500. no down payment, $70 mo. I
964.8350. 8/8 per
filly Itpd .
payments. Excel Condo Coll Gary ::1 and deliver finished product. PICKUP TOPPER: for short wheel base Call 964-5606. 1I031fn lERwiutcAR 205 N. Temple, Starke I

96485696/13 tfn Larter Dictating & Word Processing flairside truck Call LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764, after I
$175. Western
81 DATSUN: 310GX, loaded w/extras "We'll correct your mistakes ours" 964-6841. 8/81rpd 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tin TODAY AND ALWAYS, MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU
964-7071 days evenings -Small Business Bookkeeping 29 IN ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE: NATIONAL FOREST: High and

7/18 tfn' A Consultation $200.00 cal I 964-6850 or 782-3886 after 6 dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile OUR PROGRESS. i:
1977 BLAZER: 4X4 parts also 1977 Jim Assistance with Insurance 8/8-8/15chg home, cabin or camping: $4950 ea, II I

my 4X4 parts 964-4238 8/1 2tpd 8/8 Small Buslnets Letterhead-billing WESTERN LIVING ROOM SUITE 7 pc., w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting 1000000. VIEW FOR $190,000 KINGSLEY LAKE Sensational
1980 TRANS AM low miles and
garage fishing Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or
kept. 6000.. Daytime 782.3690 Night We'll type and give you one to give you a 8/8 good ItchgEMERSON condition, $275 OBO 964-8735. 6299649. 6/)3 J2scjig; B/29: home on Fla.'s most desirable Kingsley Lake 3 BR 2 B Com

782-3543 8/1 8/8 2tchg professional lever WHOLE HOUSE ATTIC FAN: LAND FOR SALE: Six lots, 1-2/3 acre per pletely remodeled multi-level wood deck living quarters on

1981 FORD ESCORT WAGON: Auto S 218 S. Walnut St. Starke New in box, 'never been used, good lot 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For. dock second home for or rental. Owner
on property guests
Air. Good shape No equity Pay Rd.
condition 7823171. 8/8 llchg sythe No money'.down $75 mth,
bank. Loon $2,137.67 964-4979S/Sllpc 1 ((904)) 964.7262 Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg will consider: financing.
COLOR TVl $99 and Next Starke
198O MUSTANG: 2DR, 4 speed, 4 cyl. For Detailed Information About Services. up. WOODLAND ,
ACRES 1/2 lot
Truck Stop, south of .Slarke. 9648212. ; acre FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining Camp
AMFM radio, tires, clean, ,
new very 11/24 tfn *':,. located at Woodland Acres.'Slarke' Has
$2200. 964-6050 or 964.6503 8/8ltchg CLIFF'S DIESEL REPAIRS: 24 hr road ser- ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3,000/lnstalled well septic i,tank and light pole. 8500 Blanding Management Area Buy all or part Excellent investment
1970 CHEV. CHCVELLE Power steering vice. Spec. in Cummins Mac,
3,500 dealer. 904-964-5606 6/27 tfnchg selling price $00 down 75.00/month ,
Auto. transmission w/2 speed power D"trallA73-7143. 6/27 tfn. Call 964.56066/13 tfhchg
glide. AMFM 8 track stereo, rebuilt SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: All PORTABLE w/attachments SINGER& SEWING buttonholer MACHINE: LAND FOR SALE:5 to:20 acres 964-7893. INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY Partially

engine, new tires & keystone classic makes cleaned oiled and adjusted 964-52468/8 1 $75.00 subdivided highway frontage close to school $1,000:
rims. 964.6850 or 782-3886 after 6:00: $15. LJsed sewing machines for sale. IIcl'lgFOR YARD SALE
SALE Sears Craftsman lawnmower
p.m. 8/88/152tchg James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. : per acre.
JEEPS Beauty -4950 Willis 'Jeep, great and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn 20 in 3.5 hp. $125; Sears Solid State color KREVIES KIDS CONSIGNMENT SHOP e2 BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are |
TV 24 ,
console In $200
offer.shape,964-.010808/8 just pointed4wheel 1 tchg, drive,best CHAIN estimates LINK HandyManFence FENCE: Installed. Free Co. vacuum cleaner & attach $200; ; 55 gal Big garage sale, Lowest prices ever on rented & have positive cash flow & good assumable mor--

r RENT TO OWN MONTHLY: dally,:week Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559, 3/29 fish .tank, stand & acces. $150; white miles men, N women and 21 children clothing. 2 tgages. Owner will take second mortgages foo-good client.-?! j
mink 3/4 Take on Hwy' Keystone Hgts. llchg
length 1500. 16
west to
Jy rates from $14.95 Keystone, Starke' ,': tfn YARD SALE home Call and Church'St. reduced to $37,700.
I( Morgan,, Rd,post. tTake right I. 2nd trailer : Misc Items Sat 9 AM. No story on
Melrose, & surrounding area. Call for 10... WANT TO DRINK
percent discount. U-Save Auto RentalS i. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS on right. Come after p.m.8/8 1thcg clothing Longchamp ,Homes parking NOBODY DOES IT BETTER We are proud to offer a handsome |
lot. 301 S. 1 line
Keystone Hgts. 473-4711 8/8 $/, 9 4)chdv) :..' WANT TO STOP BICYCLE:Cond.3 wheel; .$183, 3 speed. Call w/basket.964-7708 8/fl Excellent YARD SALE: .Frl. SAM Ill & everythinggone brick and cedar home on 37'/a acres 4 BR, 2'/t baths plus a
73' DATSUN 610: Exc motor & trims. THAT'S OURS
275,00 473.7411 8/8 Itchg : : Alcoholics Anonymous9644J1SO96468949446219 TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS 5'x8' 1034) Raiford Rd. Hwy 16, going bam $' 44,000A

: utility trailer $650;'i6'! dozer trailer, towards prison.. Refrig, camping cots, We

bed 1200OBO, 964.636581fchgt. 1 : pd thru ,,(,15 $1,700 trailer,; 16'$1,125 utility; 10'trailer lawn$970 single; 16' lawn axle YARD etc 8/8 SALE Itchg Geiger Rd., 76" VEGA WAGON w/rebuilt :!
\ : engine (,( GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows,
runs good. 550: OBO 1972 Ponliac'350\) etc. JACKSON:: BUILDJNG SUPPLY, trailer, $878; ,16' ear, hayler, $1,150; 6 ft. YARD by Southside SALE: 95.Elem.Fri Frf&_ Aua Sat 9 415; 9-5.Broadway 8/8 3 BR 2 BA for $45,000. the other is a brick and block home: |

OBO, 964-7891 before Frl night 9 pima,\ft(,64-6078. Orders also taken in: Lake ramps, $ 1'00'/ Qlm' ,..Mobile Home St. 8/8 tpd which Is only five years old'with over two acres for $55,000.
Both are negotiable.' Hwy 16 towards ,puller, 496,3079 and I KoWrone! I Heights Center, Rd. W.: S1. rke. 964-5606
I: 2 FAMILIES: Sat & Sun. 84. 12 ft travel
Invest in
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Prison 1034 Raiford Rd, 8/8 x4973 ( now
Itchg J 423 :(2/2h vsx..s ; trailer-AC( stove, ice box good cond,
77'. FORD VANRAH.: ; funs BABYSITTING IN MY HOME\ : Infants'-' ",IMIMMM>_WAJMTCU' "1WII UATTEMTIONiEMPtDYERS $550lfdnrbldhbT\ ;" tide' &,pans' ;,-.unlen-! properties on Hwy. 301 250' on 301x120' $89,000 with; |

good.. $895* 'cash* /(,' 473-450.8* tV* $/S. .1 tpd and toddlers up to-5 years of age'receVei"dxcellent slls.I') l core. Weekdays, 77. size rnen thes-sz.36levis.Twin & full
FORSALEf Call 4737864. 4/04 tfn : sheet 1.61 acres $125,000.A .
.HOMES sz. sets. Weight lifting bench &
.,- ". p., '''', LAWN MOWING: Lg/Small,lawns. Boll H you need a temporary employee or a lull- equip"'TO s r blke.$5O. & other mlscel SPECIAL: PLACE AT THE WATER'S EDGE SAMPSON LAKE-
fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861 timeemployee (it Wt. have people items."Michelle Pa ke',' white
3 BR. 1% BATH<< .HOME: Saratoga Hts., anytime 4/25 tfnchg who have been thomughhtested ready' brick
'. corner lot )Jnolosed: 'garage, CH/Air. LAND CLEARING: Bulldozer work. ('lIotOw rk'l.WU: HI Funeral Ffome. 'SOl'SoutKlfchg'''' NEAR HAMPTON -Twelve acres end !arga home
Phone 964.8652,3/21,: tin
Bob Maurer. 259.7480, 7/258/15 3 FAMILIES" Frl, 9-5!
3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heot. --We wif'bomefbyour olllcI, or visit our lewelry! dress' ,barn workshop variety of fruit trees $85,000.
4tpd I fabi"ic'Jrtres! :t; (fanUtifclolhlnrf' N 301
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Enclosed ,i garage, low,, maintenance, ATTENTION SINGLES: Companions; beautiful. office a'mf let u"t *hoW you the ler- befortftexllle Tow>i. e/S'lichc/" WE HAVE YOUR HOME READY

ceiling fans, nice neighborhood close to Friends, Dales,,'are all available Write\ 'vlcII we can render by'finding the dghltempaeryDf < SARATOGA' HGTS: T21Q 'Bradford St :,? 'I, 929T<< worsl4ltld',2t lOOQ 4 4 0
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._ ,,, .l Southslde Elemt 1 $39,900,. 964-59521 or ,.for ""l'Iformal"arid\ '' "Joppl.lcatloiv, I.. luA-ttW. employee IM you. H, mist Items frem',25.l .Od 611' Itetny 8-5. :,. \ ? .1<3 ...Inwo,& t( R'd ,6 l} :
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.ON d1t/&is.fir4tpk3li HAMPTON lAKf'*,cp !pbri"icr.eeed Brick!\ :3/BR ": Bonifay,.FJ) 32425. 8/1 8/8 2tpd ,, 'ol your your typing or bookkeeping I IIi our sfflc*fc .'HUGE','' YARD SALE Play pens, wishing >"'Off'3Ot'N' : 'wrl1 : o"jI Butler Terrace $48,400 j
CLEANING let clean foryotA
porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301 me your' Co"house avoid extra payroll expender;'and benefits '1 machine hignv'chair) drdp'es, 'antique 1 1019 $;:.,Call $28,000, 615 N. Church $49,900
sonable .rates. /:Judy fern Land, JinoM, tfhlna hnjclv \more
$95,000. 468-,!576 often 6,:OQ, f/9.,tfrt OFFICE ; ,
964-5473 8/1 8/8 2lthc/- ; WW.' PROFESSIONAL, FrM81Satt9.5, 1708 E Calf 51.'Itchg 832 W. Cypress $32,000 321 N. Myrtle $55,0001
608 S. WATER STREET: By owner, 2 BR,
CARPENTRY WORK: General repairs, & PERSONNEL.VICES GARAGE SALE Fft &Sat Aug 9. & 10, Market Road,$33,900 SW 35th Street $57,50o|
CB home. 1-468-1323 1 11/08rt n
:; decks bathroom and kitchen
porches Ii< 9.5'Beby bed hi-fhair
218 S. Walnut St. Starke playpen, ,
HOME FOR SALE: Has to' be seen to be remodeling, plumbing 964.6232.: 8/8 strollerywelkehYnlirowave'oven'' tires, Saratoga Hts. $35,000 Forsythe Rd. $70,000

I, appreciated. Call' for apt. 964-6201, 8/15 2lchg 964.7777' carpel;dpcSts'-A' pan's' 'dishes. sheets, 230A (Griffis Loop) $33,000 Forest Hts. $74,9001;
7/11 :
Mrs-Don 4tchg'GOVERNMENT ..
BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer 'l \ ,.jj '
HOMES From $1 (U work. Have 2 bulldozers 3 looking for ,WANTED: Male/W senioc, desires room, pilloW mattress cdbld'bedspreads& box ,'4" ,ctialrs-'S'sofa; queen 1976 907'Cypress St, $43,000 1 Blk. off 301N $78,0001
repair).,Also delinquent tax. property one or 2 weekend nights often while springs
work 964.5606, 782-3333. Ask for..Mark. Ford miles 7 NEW LISTINGS
Call 805-687-6000 Ext. GHU5504! for inforiTcfrftfh. Waiting UC.I.' Member" ARP., VFW, Maverljk-4, door 59,000:
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', '' miloi .04tirka'anRdt0ObrlleftYARD MARKLEE STARLING RD. 15 Acres M.H. 3BR 2BA $32,900.
: 8/1 9/19 8tpd CT C t, ;u; American Legion: Quletj' unobtrusive,

APT; FOR SALE: 2, units, corpep' .pf j YARDMANHANDYMAN,wort ra''odd lobs around: the For house.:'yard- resonable, private hofne. Richard SALE: Lots of things.Sub N 301. behindLongc.hamps Follow 54th Ave. (off RD. ,,16)) 1 'acre nice home $58,500

,,; Washington St. and Grand St. next'lo"Starke 533-25058/8 I Itchg Doyle, 2740 Davis Blvd'1' .Ci Sarasota' Fl. signs'Frl) & Sal Deerwopd 9-5:30': .*)" .
8/1 8/8 2tpd 33577.
BABYSITTING: In home in Lawtey. h'
MOVING SALE ft. 'StarCraft
my : 14 Alum.
9 ACRES 3 BR home, 2 BR mobile home, 782.3091 8/8 1 WANTED PIANO TEACHER To give * *
tchg w/float trailer
85 Merc'motor 2200.
workshop, barn, some fencing, Frontage lessons Christian 1 on ,
SERVICE at Academy day a EVENINGS
RICKS LAWN : Mowing A all OBO, clothes! t ,. toys, mist Sat; 9-5 406 N
on Hwy 100, 3Vi miles from types of yard work. Reasonable rates. week. CoIl964-.o16'or 964- 7415 for Information Walnut St. 'llpd BILL DODD 964-7408w,.," TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319]

schools & shopping. Asking 71,500.00 473-4512 8/8 8/15 2tchg 8/8 1 tchg MOVING SALE 390 Cherry St. Thurs, Fr! IRVING ClAfiKjJR; .964-7188' JOHN GREENE 533-2121 [
Need your own financing 964.83508/8 WANTED NICE!!: LADY vt/high morals to l 964-74541
CHRISTIAN WOMAN: wanting to keep ft Sal 10-6 964-6365 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD
Itpd live In and share responsibilities," w/lady
children In her home. Scheduled
activities YARD SALE
HOME: 3BR, 2BA cedar home. LR, DR, & & teenogeson. 100/mo.'phrsfood.' Must Styles by Gwendolyn Rd
& snacks. 964-6773 8/8 Itchg 225, 782-3666, Gel ready for school &
FR Fenced
w/fireplace. yard'wutilityshed. &
I have Income transportation Children
HARVEYS CONSTRUCTION: Roofs, Christmas : ,
girls 10 speed bike 24" like
924 Woodlawn Rd. 964-8268 8/8
Raiford. 431-1 568 B/S Itchg
I 8/15 2lpd L siding, home repairs specializing In negot. I new $75.00, womens 3 speed w/child e

.. HOME FOR SALE: 3-BR, 2-BA, C/HA, remodeling. Pre-estimates 964-8167 *' 'fULPWANTED :3: carrlerjjjrif yd../. lA4pin, clothes for entire Opening Soon
fireplace, ceiling fans Ig screen porch, James Harvey Builder. 7/18 8/8 4lchg ,family, little boys, jr. girls, what'
ELECTRICAL WORK Licensed; complete knot' & pictures. Fir & Saf> Commercial StorageBuilding
3" hot tub 1 $60,000 and/or 5
on acre ESr/iti SALESPEOPLE
app. "
\ all Rd. house wiring, house rewire, mobile FULL TIME REAL ,/ OAR,ai *ALE: Sat 9-6, dog house,
acres $16,500 on Geiger near home services, room addition, repair Scholarship-!'+all9DleC' ( EgA Tiffin and* "1 clbtrtesU Misc. Lokewodd'subd., near
Southslde Elem. 964-5876 8/8.8/29 4lpd Reserve
work, ceiling fun circuits, call 964.8450 Owens'ftC.Aecrltor'22P.W, Layfayerte" "Crosby Cake-Follow signsput W 100. Space NowBy
8/8 ncHODGES St. 964-5065 7/A If"" 3 FAMILIES Sale calling
Carport new' Doug
t Lazunbv 431-1050 8/8 Itcha JOBS
CUSTOM ENGRAVING: name GOVERNMENT and use d items.' Wood1 craft, crochet 964-8848
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES badges, door plates, desk plates 16.O4O-1S9.23O/Vlt: Now hiring items Frl and Sat. Corner Brdw and
awards, plaques, 'trophies. Nationwide. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. Center StCOMMERCIAL C&C Mini Storage '

904-473-3671 24 hr. servo day or eve. R-3000 for current.federal list. 8/1 9/19
Btpd PROPERTY U.S. 301 S. Starke

FOR SALE know where ygu" con find a part-tlm '' -. '
CAMPER 1978: 35' fifth, wheel, lob In plumbing', 'masonry, metal fob, FOR SALE'Or LEASE: IN STARK Two-

Fast Food Business American Traveler with 20 ft. awning, and heavy equipment operator that of- story building 7500 sq ft on corner of

Pizza and SubsSmallinvestmen& fully itlf-contained, price neg. fers a steady' paycheck, specialized Call & Thompson Sts, needs remodeling .

533-2411,, Call after 6 p.m 5/16 fin training, and If qualified up to $27,000 Call Clyde W. Simpson. 356-6849. Quality Tree Service
P.O. Box 52 ROLLS Of HAY Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur for college? the 202nd civil engineering) 5/30lfn' ,

Starke Gaskins, 782.3727 after p.m. 5/16 fin squadron of the Florida Air National "Quality Work.
H Reasonable
496-2611 BRADFORD LIMEROCK Guard currently has these military positions LOSTFOUND Prices"Fully

SALES available. .Contact MSGT Carl ., I I IL Licensed and Insured
Ltmerock A Fill DIrt Sievers Jr. Man thru Fri for more inform Serving

20 yd. semi-loads only motion. Call 904. 533-3386. Join LOST: Red, mare horse, mane clipped, ... Bradford County for 14 Years
Phone 782-3172 5123tfchg Americans at their,best 8/1 8/29 Stchg back hoof old & split If found call Jail "The One To Call Before They/ Fall'
REAL ESTATE STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at HELP WANTED: Must be 21 & able to House In Starke. 8/8 tfn '

OUT OF AREA Doublewide, Home Center located Northon pass polygraph & be bonded. Night I LOST Lost dog, small gray poodle, lost in 473.2914 9645647Roberts

I 301 lawtey, Fla. (this is not trailer shift. Apply In person at Cargo station,In ,the Bessent Rd. area, July 5th, Reward.
furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Waldo. 8/8,l Itchg 964-4534,964-7347, 964-81837/11 1 tfn
CUSTOM BUILT: .Three bedroom 1 1/2 FOR SALE Store bought furniture for sale CARREER SUCCESS: Immediate openI I LG WHITE DOG Wearing collar
'. bath, two lots on Ochlocknee Bay. City at Olins Home Center located
on Ings for wood processors, ecretarios, (Mildred)) Please call new owner
Water, split level, central H/A, Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer fur- typists 4 clerks. Call Kelly Services, 782-3491 8/8 l Itchg

fireplace, deck, dock boatromp. ((904)) niture. 6/13 tfnchg 3711913. Hurryl, 8/8tfn Real

.I 984-5516. HOUSE PLANS: Custom drawn phone PART TIME: Insurance agents needed. Estate

f MOTORCYCLES Macclenny 1.259.3538 7/11 41chgR08'S 475-1388 Melrose Ins. 8/8 Itchg Falling down.on cleaning? 986 N. Temple, Ave. Starke, FL
SALES CLERK Must be neat, honest I' We'll, pick you up. 964-6262
dependable, able to work all shifts ;,
1985 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler MALL: Fresh water Marine fish, Good pay & benefits Apply at Jr 1.-:1. .:l Mouse or office .

1700 OBO. Good condition. 782-3333. birds, puppies, kitten and pet sup store in Waldo. Hwy. 24 & Cole 1. :4 .8 Basic CleaningColl JUST REDUCED BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot.
plies. T.n percent off with this ad. .. "
tfn Linda 473.3468 '
8/15 2tchg
7/11 tcha or'Glenda Central heat and air, carport. $49,500;

,,-' 473.2279 COMMERCIAL, Prime business location on US 301 with'589
plus ,feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq.: ft. building

-. iack ( & AscociatCB 3nc. Call for, details. '
Carpet (Any $ 95 ScotchgardCleanln 640 ACRES Excellent, development! property" In a rapidly

Realtor/Builder 473-7060 I Room 1H4' Is growing ,area of Clay county: Priced to sell at less 'that'
: .
& Hall) Available $1200.00 per acreI.WATERFRONT .

Largo variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford 150 plus-minus feet beautiful, Grandin

,Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds pav1' 1 1 Cleaning & Dye Co. Lake. Summer cottage with,all rooms 'overlooking 'the' lake.

;? ed road Our community water systems Owner financing PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe Lg. screened porch. This" one will go fast at $57,500. :

"' 'i, from $3950'. Central! to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Polatka and MOBILE HOME On a' 1 plus-minus acre lot with four r out-
t specs dlize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpel, furniture clean 21* 66'
Starke. ,. .. buildings including a, x metal barn. Loads of
p1'iff ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality' possibilities. >

,iii Lots work at tow' low prices. Call now to make an appointment.

Beautiful Golf. Course Senior Citizen I _Discount No Mileage Charge free Advice COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

Priced from $10,950 f Call 964-4997 Call George W. Roberts Jr. Broker '<

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!I : rent Recreational vehicles welcome, FOR RENT REAL ESTATE WANTED' FOR SALE 'd'.\,,;_:,/fc-, '. ; "VARDSALE" ,';
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I design remodel lo suit your needs. REALTY and else bench, Avon, school clothes, .
pipes fittings Water softener pots
Call 964,6305 buyers waiting. Put number 1 to work CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work,
ask lor
MOBILE John 3/07 tin GsrrtvJ Property Avolnwrx for you today* Call K.rry Whitford at kitchen\ cabinets and trim carpentry. Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts,, camper, sic SR-21 N. to CR.352 for 3.2
HOMES OR RENT 1 BR, 2 (A Lake Santa ,
I One mile F. Unfurnished. 473-4903 or 4733321. Century 21 Reasonable Call after 173.10065/21 tlnchg miles, Gatorbone lake, Frl. and Sat,
from Slarke prices 473-4018 '
i ;.' city limits. Clean. No No pets. $400 p.r month. Realtor, Showcase Properties., Hwy 5:30 1/5 tfnchg MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series Aug. 9 & 10. Itpd 8/8
children or pelt. Hwy. 16, W. Coll 2 BR, 2 BA-Gator bone lake. Completely 21 North, Keystone Heights. Itpd 8/8 CARPET p.m.AND VINYL Repairs and In..tallatlon. organ with double keyboard base AUGUST 9TN B IOTH Friday and Sotur.
: .68.13231017 tin furnished. $400 p.r month and $400 .. Free estimates. Ten pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call day, 85. 2 family sole. Mailman Rood
CLEAN' MOBILI HOMES: for rent. On security deposit. MOBILE HOMES experience. Call 473-4217 and osk years for 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 Keystone Heights, Follow signs Itpd
I' Hwy' 16 W. Clos. to prison.' Call OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Cents Craig. 5/17 tfnchg weekends lor appointment to see tfn B/B
964.7530 or 468.1323 10/07 tin $200 p.r month and $200 security on PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt PATIO FURNITURE Bluck wrought Iron. FRIDAY, AUGUST t. 9.... Near elementary ,
(, STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly deposit. 14x40 BRAND NEW 2BR, I Yo BA mildew homes, Complete set includes: couch and 2 school on Cardinal Drive off
,rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple 1 BR, FURNISHED efficiency cottages. acre wooded area CH/A, W/DconnllC' peeling mobile paint homes Rick473.2452.4tchg ? chair with cushions 1 coffee table, Pecan. Good clothes, household nines,
: driveways, Call
.,. Awe. 7/28 Ifn By week or month. tions. Many extras. Immediate oc.,, and 1 end table with glass tops, glass etc Itpd8/8

C NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR., 1BA, unfurnish they any. Low down payment and mono .FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE 7/2S-B/15 reflnishlng.Hand lop dining table, and 4 chairs with mat. GIANT GARAGE SALE 12 horse Gravely
2 BA opt. For more Information call Lake ed. $275 per month payments. Owner financed. rubbed oil finishes Call Jac thing cushions. Like new, rarely used. tractor, mower, tiller,/'utility car 17',
Buller Apes 496.3141. Equal Opportunity KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, 473-3671 evenings and w..kends.7/18 473-2521.8/1 tfnchg $500. Call 376.0472 after 5 p.m. tfn Grumman aluminum canoe. All In excellent
Housing 6/7 tfnchg Licensed Real Estate Broker,473-4961 tfnchg homes CYPRESS GARDEN SKI Tech I. Good condition. Tools, dishes, fur
:3 BR BLOCK HOUSE Furnished, A/C & 6/21 tfnchg 12.'"-Carport, screened porch, 2 utility HALL BUILDERS Custom improvements. condition $100. 4752999. Itchg 8/8 niture, MUCH MORE I little Lake
$22 Additions ft Home
heal, $350/monlh. located on Edwards sheds, chain link fence, CH/A, 1/4 mile per sq. ft. HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE Rabbit Geneva.: August 10th 4 11th. Itpd 8/8
loop. 964-56067/11 tin (3 BRAND NEW 2BR furnished mobil. from school 4734019. 8/ltfnchn contractor. cages and feeders; 25'x42' vinyl pool SATURDAY, AUGUST 10-9 a.m. til ?

NEW 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT home. Respectable coupl.or boch.lor. MOBILE HOMES Free credit check by DEEP 473-3929.STEAM 8/1.tfnchg Truck mounted carpet cover; lawn mower (big wheel); 1973 SR26. one mile east of Melrose Lots of
building under construction. Only one 2 $200 a month and deposit 16846634. phone. Easy qualifying for mobile cleaning. special FREE Suzuki motorcycle (loaded). 473-3281. misc. Items. Itpd 8/8
bedroom apartment not yet taken 4tchg 7/18-8/8 home. Call and ask for Mr. Orr August 4732000. Itpd 8/8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 First place on
DEODORIZING. C ft B Carpet CI.anlng.Key.lon. ,
Several I BR apart to be rented soon. PERFECT WINTER RETREAT Home on 1-351-2126.7/188/841c"o" 473-7770. Star! PIANO Baldwin studio upright:recently right, east of new Jiffy store (Gizmo)
Call 964.8601 for Information 8/1 tin Lake Geneva lakefront, 3BR, completely 'SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy 301 N. I HAVE Heights tuned, $BOO. 473-2689. 2tchg on SR 00. Itpd 8/8
PARK RENTAL 24 ft. trailer, by the furnished washer dryer, Siorke. Come see Ray Gouln, formerlyof ,, clean A FEW DAYS open that I con 8/8-8/15 MOVING SALE Must get rid of
month for I or adults. No Pets Deposit freezer dishes, pots furnished lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We your home or office. I do very CONVERTIBLE COUCH (queen size) and household Items. Follow signs off 214.
required Starke KOA (Campground, In the kitchen. No children or pets. buy and move used homes. Call good work and at reasonable prices. chair, $200; 2 love seats, $45 each; Sat.Sun, 9 a.m. Bring money. Itchg
Hwy 301 S. 964-8434 8/8 tfn 473-7564 or 496.26201ok. Butler 4tchg 964-4414 or 9644778. 4/261fn me after 3:30: p.m. 473-2658.. 8/8 Sewing machine S table, needs work, It/R

HOUSE: 3BR I 1BA carpel, air, stove, 7/18.8/8 USED MOBILE HOMES: Starting at RICK'S tfnchg $30; Utility trailer, $175; Red toy poodle .
refrlg, garb. disp., no pets 300 mo. plus LAKE HOME On Gatorbone Lake. 2BR, $2,500. Call and ask for Mr. Orr LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all 7 moss male, all shots & trained CARS, TRUCKS
1 mo. deposit. Call for apoint. 1BA unfurnished no pets $375 per 1.351-2161.7/18 8/8 4tchg types of yard work. Reasonable: : rates. $200; Patio table ft 2 choirs, $40; & BOATS
13058698785. B/8lfn month. lot & last plus deposit FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In 473.4512.2tchg 8/8-8/15 Wicker bosket swing, $15 473-7506.

GUEST HOUSE: 1BR furnished 175/mo- 694-3087. 8/1 tfnchg good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each HELP WANTED Itppd 8/8
Fix 1BR OFFICE SPACE Some with A.C Pine M.H. PRICE WARI deluxe 174 FORD LTD Good
up unfurn. 100/mo. Fix up tiny Available on Highway Park Super flashing arrow mechanically,
house unfurnished 125/mo 964-8404 21. $100 p.r office. 473-3360 9-5, 4962366. 4/25 tfnchg signs $235 complete, ($25 $350. 4732615. Itpd 8/8
8/88/152lchg 475.1468 after hours. 4tchg 8/1-8/2 WOWI: New 3 BR, 2 Ba, Mobile homes. MATURE Responsible woman to watch monthly). Save $2641 Lighted, no arrow 1911 BLAZER 4WD. 35,000 miles, needs
KITCHENETTES 2 completely furnished, MOBILI I HOME FOR RENT 2 Masonite siding, shingle roof and two children In my home. Five days a $219. Nonlighted $163. Warranty. windshield $6,000 or best offer Must
utilities Included. 964.7184 8/8 tfn Immokalee Rd. 1 BA pm fireplace. For $225/md. Call and ask for week. 4734939. Reference. Itpd 8/8 We'll not be undersold) See locally; 1 sell. 473-4043. I tpd 8/8
APTS 1 and 2 BR aparts. for rent at$50 to a/a iirho $215 month 473-2566 Mr. Orr 1-351-2126 7/188/8 4lchg 'MALE" OR FEMALE to do yard work. Call ((800)) .423-0163, anytime! ItFCAN 17* VEGA WAGON New tires and
$75 per week at 314 N Temple Ave. In IS USED MOBILI HOMES: Make offeron 473-7414. Itpd 8/8 brakes, $650. 473-3321. Itpd 8/8
Downtown Stork No deposits required MISCELLANEOUSPAC one or all. Olin's Mobile Home REAL ESTATE LICENSING HOUSES FOR SALE Wi MAZDA GLC Hatchback, 5 speed

& utilities are furnished. 964-5139 or Sales 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg SALESMAN CLASSES A/C, stereo 36 mpg trailer hitch,
964.6566 8/8 8/15 2tchg RAT. Buy, 5.11 and trade. Used furniture RENT TO OWN: As low as 149/mo. Week Class 2 Nights/Week BY OWNER 4/2. CB fireplace, walk to $1,200.415.3060, 4732720. Itpd 8/8
COMMERCIAL BUILDING for rent at 320 appliances, household Items, Delivered and set up. Coll and ask for Starts Sept.10 Call 473-4816 schools, close to churches, city water W7 VW BUG 25.000 miles on rebuilt
N Temple Ave in Downtown Starke. collectables, glassware old jewerly Mr. Orr 1.351.2126.7/188/8 4tchg or 475-2272 $85,900 473-4802 4tchg 7/18.8/8 motor (hove receipts). Needs broke
Building has 2 Ig. bays with metal tools, .,c. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 REPOI REPOI 3 BR, 2 BA, mobile homeas 1913 24x56 SKYLINE MH lap siding work, $700 neg. 473-7833. Itpd 8/8
folding doors. Ideal for automotive NEED BACK TO SCHOOL MONEY Timeon low as $199/month Some are } M.wIM..LrN..e shingle roof many extras. On 3/4 acre
garage or similar business. $300 month your hands? Sell AVON. Call Shlrlie assumable. Call and ask for Mr. Orr in Keystone Heights area. 24,000 or WANTED
964.5139 or 964-6566 8/8 8/15 2lchg Davis 4734836. Itpd 88LOUNGEPACKAGE 1-351.2126.7/188/84Ichg LAND FOR SALE best offer. 473-3160 or 4732082.

TRAILER: 2BR nice and clean. 175/mo. 4-COP Brevard 1973 CHAMPION: 12X65, 1BR, Ceramic 7/25tfnchg CARPOOL NEEDED M-F. Keystone
964.5161 or 964.8513 near State Prison. County license, Melbourne area. Bath, 12X25 LV, New Panelling and LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500. FOR SALE OR TRADE large older 4BR Heights to Gainesville Call Judy at
8/8 Itchg l Riverfront property Included with two carpet, Refrlg, Stove, CH&A, $5500.00 Owner will finance. $164 per month. house in High Springs on Vi acre. 372.3557 ,.5, M-F. Itchg 8/8
FOR RENT: 4 BR, 2 BA, heat, Ig porch, bedroom apartment. Owner financing 964-4403 21chg 8/1 8/8 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 $17,500. $6,500 equity, will trade for
office in back, laundry & wash room, with $100,000 down. Grossing 1971 MOBILE HOME: 12x43 unfurnished2BR LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights ready anything of equal value 473-3321, Itpd ALL OFFICE SERVICES
appoint only. 964.6365 tin $260.000. ((305)) 724-4608. ItFCAN 1 BA H&A, stove, refrig. Set up In to move on. Power., well, septic and
HOUSE FOR RENT 2-BR, 1-BA, with 'OWN A LADIES OR CHILDRENS FASHION Bradford Trailer Park $400 & assume fence. $6.499. 392.0985 or 4733024. your cassettes or mine
carpet. 964-7357 Temple Motel 880 N STORE Our 10 year old company can loan balance 4156.27 Payments $112 Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13 Typing letters Any printed Forms,
Temple Ave. 6/20 tfnchg help you open your own business. We month 964.4979 8/8 1 tpd WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA I 5 FOR SALE Resumes, Stud.nt papers
RENTALS AVAILABLE supply 1971 MOBILI HOME:12x43 Unfurnished acre parcels scenic Businesses or Individuals
I $150 per month Inventory fixtures, training on county maintained
and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- site evaluation, and airfare. Famous 2-BR, t-BA, Heat, Air, Stove Refrig. road. Melrose area. From 16000. Bookeeplng Consultation to set up a
Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 6/27 l lines Include Calvin Klein Gloria Set up In Bradford Trailer Park $400 and Need financing? Call today. Prestige Loungeand system, posting-weekly or monthly,

tfnchg Vanderbuilt Lee Zena, Chic, Levi, assume loan. Payments $112.01/mo. Properties, 'Inc 373.1700 after hours quarterly reports
NORTH CAROLINA VACATION Espirlt, 100' more. Purchase price Balance $4,156.27 ph 9644979. Itpd 4752647. 7/25 tfnchgSubscribe Billing Medical or Accounts

CABINS: US-441 between Sylvia & $8,500 to 18400. For more Information 88Want Package Store Receivable
Cherolkke, N.C. (Heart of the Smokles) call Ed Brandt 1 ((405)) 238 5098. Ads Get Results Today I EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Near: fishing, hiking. Blue Ridge ItFCAN BRADFORD COUNTY Call 9648080MISCELLANEOUS Temporary or Permanent Employment .
Parkway, mining. New 2-br Cabins- ": lake Butler/ : TELEGRAPH
Furn Sunset Form Rd. Cabins Rl. 1 Box Union Countyl Ca Shannon '\ 9a.m. .5 Call us for your employment needs
216-C Whittier NC 28789 1-704-497-2200 4962261FOR 964-6395 W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE;
7/4 8/22 chg '
HELP WANTEDRN. 21B 5.' Welnut Street, Starke ((904))
refrlg, new carpet. Convience to shopp- _
ing $250/mo., 1 lit, last and deposit. No OUT OF AREA 964.7262

pets 468.15098/81tpd ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE TV> In LPN: Full and Parttlme positions WILL BABYSIT In my home. Will serve
HOUSE: 2BR, IB A, block house, furnished. beautiful Walnut Cabinet Was available In
a specialty breakfast lunch, and snack. Phone
$275. month with $729.95. Now only $33860 or takeover Medical For Rent
$700 .
damage hospital. ? If I don't have It, I'll find it. Just 496-2282, ask for Betty. 8/1 2tpd. 8/8
deposit. Lawn work and house spraying payments of $26.35 per month. required. Excellent benefits. Apply to 3 BR HouseUnfurnished
kept landlord. for older For free home trial. Call collect Personnel Lake Butler,
up by looking Hospital and ,
496.2126 496-2903 "YOUR
755-0945 for Mr. White 9 A.M. to 5
No children Call Hand Center
couple to rent. or pets. Surgery SR-121 and 100, tfn'6/04
Tommy H. Wynn for more Information. P.M. 7/18 4tpd 8/8 Lake Butler, Fla. ((904)496-2323) or UNION COUNTY. REALTOR. in Lake Butler
964-59868/8 Itpd HORSES and PIT BULL DOGS ((0) black) 375.1236. Equal Opportunity Employer. ''II' INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. I

i FOR RENT 2BR house 233 Brownlee St. Standard Breed mar. and BlackStelUaoYC.Ilit76nI10.NIpdc.8684i Itchg. 8/8 ""xr .,YARD E, .,.. ." Lake Avenue Lake Butler, 496-3978. i 964-8602 I

et i'. \ StrtcT.Ilp'r: j >*f5L'dteposic:- "No- pets. ..RIDING.. .' RN OR TECH Positions. Aval'ajl..progresslve :.fl1x"n". 't >"1.-.t r r ?,. r ;I I'f'ATURDAY .Complete:; !IrlsyrancpiServic., tin ---- -
MOWER.John Deere$300 Sofa -
964-5882. 8/8 1 Itpd surgical team In small friendly' August 10 Items includ.
APT FOR RENT: 1 BR. next to Starke Elem. $100. Frost free refrigerator $200. community hospital Specialties Include kitchen sink. ,stovehood, drapes.carpets. ,

$150.I 964-58768/8 Itpd extra Norltake tea set.China$300.6 place Coll 496-2141 serving Itpd.with micro-Surgery, reconstructive small appliances, paneling, [ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. t
and ,,Minimal
furnished plastic, general
KINGSLEY LAKE: 2BR house surgery* children's' clothes, and many other
w/ac 250/mo. year round. No pets. WANTEDWILL call. Day shift only. Excellent Benefits bargains. Priced to sell. 360 N.W. Third RealtorFormerly
533-2261 8/8 tfn Apply to personnel Lake Butler Street by the lake. Itpd. 8/8
MOBILI HOME: 2 BR, new Interior Ig. Hospital and Hand Surgery Center FAULKNER REALTY i
refrig/freezer. located on lot w/lots of PAY CASH for your used mobile SR121 and 100, Lake Butler Flo. 221 W. Lafayette Street e oMon.

trees on Griffis Loop. 468-23748/8 tchg home. Ray Powell, call 496-3377. 8/1 ((904)496-2323) or 3751236. Equal Opportunity FOR RENT .-Frl.8:30..m.-6DOp.m. 4RSL
HOUSE FOR RENT: Unfurnished. Employer. Itchg. 8/8 Saturday 9..m, to S p.m.
APARTMENT Lg 1 BR Apt. furnished PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT Union CountyTimes. 150 964-5065

brick home in excellent location. All Main Street, lake Butler. Phone
utilities furn. Incl. central air & cable
496.2261 for
repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK, Information. tfn
T.V. 864-8704 8/& 1 Ichq_ 8056876000. Ext. GH-11 36 for In Package deal: 2" or 4" well water MOBILE HOME Furnished, bedroom,

NOTICENOTICE formation. 7/4 8tpd 8/23 pumps, new Installation of septic 1-bath on. SR239A. Phone 4962198. .PROVIDENCE C/R 241A Norweigen Brick 3BR, 2BA. Fireplace CHSA $50's.
tanks, drain fields and lift station. 8/8 2tpd. 8/15 .LET US show you this 3BR 2BA Rancher In Graham. Nice and peaceful with
Mobile home poles available. All work !''4 MOBILE HOME: Air conditioned verything you want

OF SALE guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman Island Range, Garden Tub, Pool, 3 acre .HWY 16 West 3 BR 2 BA CHSA. Peach Tree.

Notice Is hereby given 2752151. tfn9/l yard. $300 a month. In Raiford. Phone .PRICED REDUCED on this 2 BR, 1 BA C/B CHSA, Stove, Refrig, Washer, Dryer..
that under and by virtue NETTlES TREE SERVICE Tree removal 31.1133.8/8 2tchg. 8/15 .CR 125 Make offer 70 acres old farm house, 1 barn, 45 acres timber.
Part IV of Chapter Also firewood oak and HOUSE: lake' Butler, bedroom,
WAYNE'STaxi and pruning. *CR 325 40 acres just waiting to be subdivided. Call today.
1-bath central heating and air, furnished
83, F.S. as Self- sale. Call Thomas Nettles
pine .
or unfurnished. Phone FISHERMANS SPECIAL secluded 2BR, I8A, cottage on Crosby Lake Inlet
Storage Facility Act, 4963823. tfn 12/22 1-262-1791 or 1-372-1953 8/8 .4tcha. COUNTRY FRESH LIVING on 3 acres 3 BR 2BA MH with many extras. Call today
that the
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a see this one.
will sell for cash to the ( Company
10 ACRES with well & septic near lowtey. Call for details
highest bidder at the
corner of Laura and .NEW LISTING Looking for quiet country living with many extras on 3'/ acres

Water Streets, Starke, mOTORCYCLE [Try this 2565 sq ft home. Cozy fireplace, Ig. rooms, priced lo sell.
Florida at 6:00
: p.m.
on the 19th day of I. 964-5859 ,1 .2 BR 1 BA remodeled frame on St. Clair SI. Terms

August, 1985, the contents [INVENTORY CLEARANCE) .WE HAVE 2 apartment bldgs with 4 rentals each. Good Income reported. On
of Unit 12, Center ST. and Washington St.
I belonging to Kelly .WELL BUILT 3BR 1BA home with hardwood floors priced at $31,900Conve-

Hendrix, containing 10% Senior Citizen niently located
household goods. By 1982 Suzuki $1392 NICE MH with built on's, utility bldgs, swimming pool, chain link fance, all for

Allen's Attic Self $25,000,
Storage, P.O. Box 656, Discount GS605 w/Drive Shof .LAKE BUTLER limited time you should see what you can get with 4000 sq ft for

I i Keystone Heights, 75 Mile Radius 1982 GS550 1400 mi. $1595 $78,000
I Florida 32656. 4 DEERWOOD. Have nice 3 BR 2 Ba home with assumable mortgate

Sherly D. Allen, Owner Metered Cab Under .GET IN THIS 2 BR 1 BA C/B house Immediately, priced at $24.200,
Allen's Attic Self Warranty PEACEFUL 5 acres ready for home. "Union" county No septic problem.

Storage Keystone P.O.Heights Box 656, 1978 Mark V Suzuki $1095750cc $31,900.. 1 ACRE Cyclone fences yard. 3BR 2BA furnished central HSA. Flexible, terms

Florida 32656 3BR IBA on 8'/, acres of good farm. land mostly cleared. Owner will help with
For manclng

Remodeled 1977 GT185 Suzuki $595 *755' of Rd Frontage in town. Zoned R2A. Great investment piece

L. 3 BR Houseon PRESTIGE is the word for this 1784 sq ft 3BR 2BA cathedral ceiling & stone
Hwy.100 fireplace accent a great room made for living In.
Vacuum CALL f 64.....* Motorcycle TrailerTo 5.31 ACRES can be split Keep the 1440 sq ft brick & see Income from sole of

4X + & 964.4073 vacant lots. Call for Info today.
USE A HAMMER? If you can, make money here, 2BR, IBA. $10.000 starts you
camping equip.
Service carry your
Sewing fo work.
************; Soi. .OWNER FINANCING Helps most anybody wanting over 2 acres: Well above
Repair Most Makes & Models & grade. Call now.
Take Over Payments ... \.\ WHITE PICKET FENCE! around this adorable home on 1 acre in the Raifordarea.
Al Work Sujrintetd New 14' Wide 2 BR. Wood ... o [ Call to seel.COMMERCIAL .
siding Cathedral ceiling 4rLs FRONTAGE on Hwy. 16 visibility/ lo Hwy. 301. House and
496.3454 warehouse Included Only 34000. Call today).
Furnished, Wired for fan, .301, Commercial Property with building. Recently remodeled. Office, space &

Licensed Marc Lady Carpet T 10. Qualified may ... storage work area. Owner ready to sell. ,Call now.

assume payments of ... : .40 ACRES 44500. Owner anxious to sell.
$169.33 month. Call)) .SMALL ACREAGE Financing available! Call for more Information.
per .. .LET US show you this lovely brick ham. on t acre plus with f.p., greenhouse
Brroa way ; Mr. Ford 14737238. :4 Ig size DBL garage with workshop space.

TREE SERVICE ..JJ;............ .CROSLEY S/D. Immaculate 2BR 2BA. MH with carport 2 porches, workshop

only $22,000 ,
Is Now < WV .MELROSE RD. 3BR 28A 14x72 MH on 1 acre, has nice workshop and carport.
WALTERS MONEY DOWN COVE APTS. 6 units and 2 BR 1 BA frame. Priced right. All rents, good income.
DOUBLEWIDE MELROSE 1 acre building lot.
Removal .j Complete Tune Up Kit 4 LAKE PROPERTY FOR SALE

[New 3BR/2BA f. LANDMARK( Beautiful home with hardwood floors, ".P. screen" proch 3BR,

Trimming Doublewide. Completely Points Plugs Condensor 28A Nice family room.,IG lot.Susan :

Stump Removal: furnished, Carpet T/O, .
Cathedral $7.95 up Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR
Firewood ceiling Garden

I Free Estimate jTubs, Delivered & Setup. E Come see The new owners today at :Soles Manager REAL TO*Evenlngs ASSOCIATES 964-4048
473-7679 jNo money down to Irene Faulkner 964-5142 Elise Johns 533-28
qualified buyer. Assume Starke Cycles' Suzanne Kitchens 964-7630 Bob Matthews 964-7281
After 5P.M.Keystone Lou Young 964.7525
.f payment of $239.93 per iCI .. '

Heights (" month. Call Mr. Ford. U.S. 301. S. 964-6020. Carol Warner 964-4992 .Property Managerlee

Licensed & Insured F 1-473-7237. -tc Hardenbrook.Appraisals


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\\i Plumbing Supplies Wont. -- Ads Get Results PERSONNEL SERVICESEMPLOYMENT I

4 From Applicants needed lor Temporary Help and Outdoor Wood Furniture

i Durrance Permanent Employment. All Lines of Work. -Wood Decks "Wood Play Sets DEEDED
ronef No Fn to Register.
Stark: Quality Craftsmanship Toy Party Line
Call Monte 218 S. Walnut Starke At Reasonable Prices NO INVESTMENT

Pump 964-6305 Starling ((904)) 964.7777 496.3422 ...,3.4939'Average an hour 964-8849

I Supply Co. :- -. RealtorACRESWell .-

"II : septic tank'.C
:i U.S. 301 N.-aa1 N. Temple r 964-70611 Subscribe pond/op.n air barn. $33,500
I Sto..., Florida Today I IrCJR ) .S ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES .
$25,000. Excellent Term.
.....81 ACRES: Well, septic tank 17x35 STARKE AUTO SALES
We Drill Wells ) Talman pool fenced/crots-fenced.]
2" to 6" Slat LIcensed .,525,000.
.4. ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12,500. 1560 S. Temple on U.S. 301
) .5 Ac.: Pv'd frnta.. $12,500.
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Res. 964.5478 )$39,500. Hwy 16 West.
2BR 2BA In the 79 Firebird
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'LOVELY U.S.BRICK 301 rambler- South 3 Bed, 2 Bath Cent H/A on 1.15 acres in 79 AMC Spirit . .. 2595 $500 Down' ;

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*3 acre MINI FARM-HORSE RANCH- land in pasture. 3 Bed 2 Bath- -------- 77 Cadillac Deville . $3595 $8QO Down
abundance of,, kitchen cabinets and counter plus
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other ammenities. See it and you will love it. 64,900. -WORTH CONSIDERING ) 77 Monte Carlo
1 Fireplace, dbl.. carport. LG. adjoining area $2195 $400 Down
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yard, large: 100'x300'lot. excellent location '49900. owner financing I 76 Ford Pinto
PRIME COMMERCIAL South U.S. 301 highway frontage. Adjoinscity 12 home, same land .live In one. Rent one.j . . $1995 300 Down'I' I
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George's Lake Access 2 BR. 1 BA with fireplace &2 car goroge'35,000' 100x215 It.Commercial Building lot on Highway 21, '25,000
2 Bedroom 2 Bath with guest cottage beautiful view of Lake Geneva '69,500 > .,. Commercial: Lot In Keystone on Highway 21, '12,000
Crystal Lake Access 3 BR, 2 BA, '75,000 -
10 cu. ft. 2 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath across from Lake Grandin, '48,500 HOMES
'' Older 2 Bedroom,1 Bath mobile home with deeded access to Paradise Lake., '14,500. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home In Orange Hgt,., '44,000
OHIO CART 2 Bedroom 1 Bath 2 story home overlooking Silver Lake '45,000 3 Bedroom 2 Bath modular home on 2 plus acres '39,500
r 3 Bedroom 1 Bath on 43 acres, '195,000
:', ($189 Value) 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 1985 mobile home, '25,500 ?,.. "
OR 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath mobile home on 2.5 acres over 2400 sq ft, '40,000
3 Bedroom 3 Bllhred brick home on 2.5 acres, '85,000
i Lake Geneva ft. on water 150 ft. deep, owner finance available, MO,000 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath 1440 sq. ft. mobile home, '32,000
Free grass catcher! Gator Bone Lake lot, 75 ft. on water, 400 ft. deep owner finance available, '1 13,500 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home in Geneva Lake Estates, 1 car garage, '53.000
Lake Geneva 100 ft. on water owner finance available '35,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath mobile home with additions '48,000
(tA $250 VALUE) 1.17 Acre lot on Bull Pond, '17,000 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath mobile home 1440 sq. ft. on 3 acres '35,000
Silver Sands Lake 150 ft. on water, '25,000 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home with 1 car garage, '45,000
when you buy a' new 100 Ft.on Lake Keystonenlcely wooded lot '22,000 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath red brick In Keystone, '59.500
LT11 lawn 100 Fl. on Lake Geneva'36,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath In Keystone Club Estates, '42,500
Roper tractor Water Front Lot on Smith Lake ::13,500 2 Bedroom 1 Bath in Keystone '43,000 ,
Paradlle Lake 100 fl. on water, 16,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath modular home on large lot 'so 000
11-HP Briggs & Stratton I/C synchro- Lake SlIIna,'18.000 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath with pool in Keystone Club'Estoes; '87,400
'; balanced engine Melrose Bay 1 1/2 acre lot, 81,500 ,-. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath in Melrose Meadows '64,500
75 Ft. on Gator Bone lake,'15,000 (*.' 3 Bedroom,2 Bath In Keystone over 2,000 sq.: ft. brick veneer '66,000
i 4-speed heavy-duty Lot on Half moon Lake7,500 .t,' 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath on over 1 acre '58,775
\ transaxle Breezy Point Road canal lot, '6,500 'tr. 4 Bedroom, 2.9 Bath home in Geneva Lake Estates '94,500
j 38" Building Lot across from Woman's Club7,500 .j' .. 4 Bedroom,2 Bath home over 2.200sq.r115,000
mower Lake Brooklyn Building Lot'20,000 "f 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home In Geneva Oaks, '68,500
t deck standard P 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath sunken living room '55,000
I BUILDING LOTS & ACREAGE, Limited Quantity 4.9 Aces In Clay Co.on Gas Line Rood, '18.500 Bedroom, 1 Bath In Slarke, owner finance available '44,900
Mobile Home Lot 6 to choose from, 'I,SOO each '/
J Building Lot close to Woman's Club I In Keystone '2,000 t'1. WATER FRONT HOMES
Off Hwy 100 I ISOxl36 lot with well & septic, owner finance available,'10,000 Lake Sampson custom build, 2 BR, 2 Bath over 1600 sq. ft., '98,000
I 1399.95 1.9 Acre Wooded Lot in Klare Estates, 'I2OOQ' ,K ', Lake Geneva 3 BR, 2 Bath red brick home with 1 BR, 1 Bath cottage owner finance
1 Acre Wooded Lot with well& septic, '8,500 ', .>"t ,t'' available, '110,000
, I 2 Lots In Sunrise Pork, '3,500 each f Lake Geneva 4 BR, 2 Bath '68,000
Save up to s700 1B9'x300 Lots In Big Tree, '5,000 each Keystone Lake 2 BR, 1 Bath perfect retirement home, '39,500
2 Building lots off Commercial Circle '4,300 each '; Little Lake McMeeklng2: BR, 1.5 Bath with dock&screened pavlllion. 74,500
10 Plus Acres owner finance available, '25,000 j p; Pool Home on Lake Geneva 3 BR, 1.5 Bath, '1 105,000 .
FACTORY 'REPRESENTATIVE AVAILABLE 1 Aero Lot in exculsivo area, '15,000 ', ., ((2))1 BR, 1 Bath Cottages on Swan Lake, '60,000
4-1 Acre Budding lots on Immokalej R.d.. '5.000 each c, 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath home on Swan Lake, '57,500
50x140 ft.Wooded Lol'l 500 s' < 2 Bedroom,1 Bath mobile home on Bolt Lake, '29,500
REPRESENTATIVE AVAILABLE FOR FINANCINGAl's Wooded Corner Lotzoned for mobile home, '3,000 "': 4 Chalet Style 3 BR, 3 Bath home on Lake Brooklyn '120,000
L.ksGeneva b.autlfullandscaped, 3 BR, 2 Both '
30 Acres Forest Hills subdivision owner finance available, 1,500peracr. 140,000 "
1 ol* Kind building lot on Ravine, owner finance available, '8,500 j L. White Sands like custom build, 3 BR, 3 Bath, home over 3,000 sq. ft with guest
Lot Creek '6,500 \I, -.f house, '169,500
SMALl ENGINES Building on High Bluff with large oaks Alligator
-{ Mobile Home Lot'2,700 '' ? Mason Lake 1500 aq. ft. custom built 3 BR 2 Bath 100 sq. ft., '87,500
40 Acres adjoining Keystone Golf Course, '96,000 2 Bedroom, 1 Balkan Brooklyn Bay, '59,900
SERVING. THE AREA FOR 12 YEARS BO Acres with well 4 septic '65,000 I Bedroom, 5.8 Bath home on Crystal Lake opprox. 5,000eq. ft. '185,000
j SALES. SERVICE PARTS Building Lot in Geneva Lake Estates '12,500 .". : 3 Bedroom,2 Bath on While Sands Lake, '69,000
, w cOthQz 4l:T REPAIRS ON MOST MAKES tt: 100'x142'ReildenUalBmidngLelownerflnanceavailable8,500 M;\ ..9!. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath mobile home on lake Geneva '42,000
''. PARTS & SUPPLIES i'.O 5 Acres on Clowce Road '15,000 'ti.oj 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath on Gator Bone lake,'55,000
CHAIN SAW SHARPENING 2.5 Acres on Gadara Cemetery Road '14,000 '111\ J" 9 Bedroom 3.B Bath 2 story on lake Geneva. '140,000
:. BRIGGSISTMTTON ARIENS MTD 3 Resldental Building'", Lois In Keystone, '6,500 each ?r 2 Bedroom,1 Bath handyman special on Halfmoon Lake, '36,000
! ; CLIHTOI AMF MURRAY 1 Acre Bulking Lot'5,000 2 Bedroom,1.B Bath mobile home on Halfmoon lake '3 ,sOOI
,, 'b i tI KOHLER HAHN PRO -Postmasters VMaotBuWng lot lake access, '2,500 -- -: -- 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath"home on Gator Bone lake '59,900'
5 OUAN LAWN BOY ROPER/SEARS Building Let on Lake Sonte Fe Canal M 1 9,500 2 Bedroom. ,laM on Halfmoon lake with large garage, '43,500Mobi4HomeLel2arollohle2Sooeach
l,2,A t TECUMSEH WISCONSIN MUSTANG :. 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath on Lake Kauka over 2 acres, 2 story owner finance available.
-I;; ti _U Urge Res. Bulking lot close to chureh>, '8,000 60,000 .
I 1282-54721 [llJiClC B.9 Acre Lot owner finance available, ':26,000 Bedroom,2 lath Mobil Home on little lake Geneva '42,000
: Lake View Highlands building lot '13,000 3 Bedroom,2 Bath 2 story home on Swan Lake, '110.000
..... 1 Acre Lot In KeyatoneOaks, '6.500' Uttt Orange.Lake Canal Home bedroom 2 bath, '96,000
.e ; 2494 BLANDINO MIOOLEBURQ OuiH Wood Shores" lot adjacent to Cowpen lake, 'o.OOO 2 Bedroom 1 Bath on Hall lake,''23,800 .
29 Acres In Forest' Hill, owner finance ov llable, 'T.50O per acre 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath on Canal off Sanle Fe, '133,000r'

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| Judge Says Tapes- Admissable in Upcoming Banister Trial :

i A tape recording that'prosecutors -
contend outlines to by promising to testify truthfully set the record straight that her son JWH: OK. Well I t ,
plans murder a may have to the cake. Is that what you are telling cousin or something. }
Starke against Mrs. Banister. was not the bend ,..-
man will be admitted into The participant in the my pickup a little. me? One week later, Joe Banister died
evidence in the first-degree recorded conversation took case. Hearn was visiting This mother DB: There JWH: Yeah.Hearn from
murder are several two bullets
place bridges. Hean said he fired :
trial of Debra Banister, a circuit Banister Jan was 27 shot, one in the week head before in place.S. C. when the conversation took. JWH: I know, that's the reason ( and Mrs. Banister resume into the victim's head. When Hearn
court judge ruled Aug. 5. drove along SR-18 as he I'm gonna, you know, go to check their conversation after Hearn says drove Mrs.Banister to make funeral
Ciruit Judge R. A "Buzzy" Green He was east of Hampton. The judge ruled the tape ad- this out. I'd rather discuss it with goodnight to one of Mrs. Banister's arrangements, she introduced himas
driving alone to the missable
rUled in Bradford County that a tape residence south of Starke. couple's evidence due to the long you. You know, I know you said that two young children.) her cousin.
obtained voluntarily from John The conversation tice standing used knowledge of taping prac-- you did't want to know but, hell,you DB: Sleep tight, John. Hearn also pleaded guilty to killing -
Wayne Hearn's mother would be admissible hearing was one of presented four at the said he installed by Hearn's mother. Hearn know what's gonna happen, you JWH: Oh, I can't. I won't. I'm too Cecil Batie Jan. 2, 1985. Batie
evidence in the trial set for tions between conversa- the tape device might as well know anyway. far from you. You know it, I'm just was the ex-husband of Mrs.
late August. that date. Hearn and Banister on several years ago so his mother Because I need to know approx- too damn, I just I gotta be with you. Banister's sister, Marlene Sims
Hearn, 39, has confessed The tape was obained could tape comments of Hearn's ex- imately which And I don't mean in Watson ."
to the June 12 from Hearn's wife way he goes and all you Starke and ,28,who had been involved in
mother in
Feb. 2 murder of John Joseph L. Mary use a child custody suit. this. me in Gainesville. I have got to be a long child-custody dispute with
Banister, 41, and is serving a life Watson of Columbia,S.C.,accor- Debra Banister asked Hearn to install DB: Yeah. with you. So I hope you are gonna be Batie. .
ding to
term for the Banister murder with a testimony by, Investigator a similar device for her JWH;: I'll (let) you know, I'm gon able to go with that after everything The Alachua
Wiley Clark.
minimum mandatory sentence The tapes were turned parents, the Sims, in Gainesville, na do it and if I find does down. County grand jury indicted -
25 some
vears. He escaped the death penalty over voluntarily, said Clark, apparently which Hearn said he did install. where I may be able to do it, place then, DB: That's what's best. Banister Marlene and their Watson,Franklin Debra
Hearn s mother parents
to Following hour
of testimony cause I can t stnad this anymore, I JWH: What do you mean it's best? Sims, 52, and Iris Sims I
46, for
from Clark and Hearn, of Well I'll con- I
a reading gotta have you. know in about a week or spiracy to commit
part of the transcript of the tapes DB: Yeah I gotta have you too. two, maybe a week. murder in Batie's killing first-degree :
-- and arguments from both attorneys, JWH: I gotta be with you. I'm DB: (unintelligible on the tape, I
Judge Green decided to deny the mo- tired of being alone. the transcript stated) The Banister trial is scheduled for c i
: tion to surpress. DB: Friday night, put the icing on JWH: I can. be your long-lost the third week in August. I
The following are excerpts from I I II
the conversation between Hearn I
Missing Girl II
(JWH) and Debra Banister (DB) I
r Missing since last Friday, August repeated by Clark at the hearing
2, Zineth Peacock, whose home ad Monday: TERWILLEGAR MOTORS !
dress is 401 Cherry St.,Starke,is be- DB: I don't care about him.
ing sought by local authorities. JWH: Well...
The 12-year-old is five feet tall, DB: You do whatever you need to
weighs 80 Ibs., has long blond hair, do, if you think it's necessary.
blue eyes and is medium build. JWH: Well, according to you, the Invites You To Drive
According to the Starke Police sooner the better right?
Department, Zineth left her home DB: I been telling you that for a
between 10 a.m. and noon, Friday. long time.
Anyone with information as to her JWH: OK well I'll tell you this,
r whereabouts is asked to call the SPD the way I got it figured it will be an 1&THIS\ CAR
at 9645400. accident.DB: Good.. I

JWH: I just got to follow him, i,
check the road out. You know, .
maybe two mornings in a row.
Zineth Peacock DB: OK.
JWH: And he'll leave early... With NO
DB: See, like Monday he'll leave DOWNI

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