Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
August 22, 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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Continued routine summer weather. That's the story. 1 :
August is apparently going out hot and humid, with the Two Sections 0'-\
the way you feel under the combination of heat and humlturel SECTION At 12 Pag.. lJU
over 100 most days. A weak low Nw . . . . . I-3A SI JjfU 'I..
front cold
front Ismoving
southeastward pressure or Editorial. . . . . .4A II" -\d dU'\.
through N-Florida but it be I t
weekend forecast is for widely scattered, afternoon may dry. Social N.w.. . . . . .S-tA t' ) I r \. 1 \1}' )r .\;\.J

showers, highs in the 90s and lows in the 70s, with 30 thunder- Public Nolle.. . . . .IDA { )\, ;'- \ { 3 2 1i
chance of rain today (Thursday, Aug. upper 22) and 20 percent a percent chance Sport . . . . . 1I-I2A I \ J :.h ) 10 \..

Friday.Just over eight inches of rain has fallen far in SECTION Bt 10 Pag.
year rainfall for August is 8.1 inches. August. Thirty Stop Camp. . . . . .IB :
Just over an inch of rain was recorded at the New River fire Big Botln... In KH . . . 2B ;; jU:4iThe
tower on SR-100 west of Starke this week and about two inchesat For M.dicolInfo. . . . 3B
the Louis Hill past Deaths . . . . . . 4B
Tower at Highland. The Santa Fe tower US-301
south of Starke has not been manned. on Crime Report. . . . . SB
2 Found Guilty . . . . 6B
38.5 30-year inches average of rain has rainfall been January-August recorded to date is in 39.95 inches. Some Land Sal... . . . . .'1 Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven107th
1985 with and
August catching up.11II July Want Ad.. . . . . .7-98 Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

.. .. . .. ... 5th Issue Thursday August, 1985 USPS 062-700
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I Worlla noting J SFCC Opening

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GO, GO SFCC Center...

SFCC Starke Center Director Dr. ",,0 Set Tuesday

Bernard McFadden is in his new offices -
in the old 1902 courthouse and
students are registering in a steady o
stream. .
Nothing serious is in the way of
the April 27 opening day. Shubbery ,
has been planted. Sod is being laid / In City Center
around the old courthouse. 'lof ; ,

Registration continues 8 a.m. to 4 -
pm. in the BHS office of SFCC orin
the new office in the old cour- With a week to go, 476 students a dirt farm at New River and
thouse, phone 964-5382. have already registered to attend doesn't hesitate to espouse the ad-
The SFCC Starke Center is the Starke Center of Santa Fe Com- vantages of a local community college -
welcoming not only recent high munity College set to begin classes for today's students.
school graduates but also older Tuesday, Aug. 27, at 8:30: a.m. "I'm so excited about it I can't express -
students who may wish to start or it adequately," says Andrews
continue a college education. Dr. Bernard McFadden, directorof who has been showing people arounJthe
Classes also 4I the SFCC Starke Center, says
are open to non-degree refurbishing building. "We can'timagine
seeking students who wish to take what was thought to be an optimistic the good it's going to do,
one or more courses for their estimate has been revised upward and the potential it has. It's going to
enrichment or enjoyment. from 500 to 600 seats likely to be fill- be great"
Matthews led the drive to
Head Start. preservethe
Getting a .. There is still time to register for old courthouse, and in 1974 sue-

The Bradford, Union, and Baker d the 30 different classes offered this cedded in having the building, aban-
County Head Start Centers ared 3 1 1I 1aKrw term in Starke, Dr. McFadden says. doned by the county in 1969 for a new
recruiting 3, 4 and 5 year old In addition to a variety of basic $1 million courthouse on North Temple
children for the 1985-86 term.If education classes, there are three Aveune, placed on the National
you have a child of this age different level computer classes, Registry of Historic Places.
and are interested in enrolling the Computer Concepts, BASIC Com-
child in Head Start, please contact puter Language, and Software Computer With Andrews pushing and promising
any staff member at Starke, phone I Applications. Other courses of up to seven figures of money
964-8342; Lake Butler, 496-3550, or special interest include Statistics, for the project, SFCC officials got .
Sanderson, 27S-2041 Starke Center rte, Major Religions, Public Speaking, behind the idea.
manager is Jessie Jenkins. and Marriage in the Family.
Total pledges and contributions to

Square Dance... Registration is continuing daily $746,076. Cost of refurbishing the old
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a special courthouse, buying the former Lex
The first Saturday monthly evening registration set for Monday Green property for a parking lot,
square! dance is set Sept. 7 at the evening, Aug. 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. and paving it is approximately
Kingsley Lake Civic Center with bsl, ; All degree seeking students plann- $850,000. Another $120,000 in dona-
caller Ken Perez and local caller ing to enter SFCC for the first time tions is needed to pay for the entire
Jim Duncan substituting for caller 1 are reminded they must take the project. Andrews has donated
Jerry Barrett.A [hltt4 t1 '' '" 9 ACT Assessment Test to be offeredat several hundred thousand dollars to
covered dish dinner is set at the Starke Center on Friday Aug. the project, the Florida National
5:30: p.m. A square dance workshop I 'l 23, at 8:30: a.m. Bank at Starke $100,000, the Com-
is set at 6:30: p.m. Mainstream dan -s munity State Bank $50,000, plus
For more information, phone the
cing begins at 8 lesser amounts.
p.m. many
SFCC Starke Center at 9645382.A .

Senior Citizens... year ago, having the SFCC Andrews and Matthews have also
Center in the old 1902 courthousewas been instrumental in taking the
Come in the activities of
join SFCC to the StarkeBradfordChamber
a gleam In eye of Guy Andrews project
your Senior Center: needlework, and Gene Matthews, the main of Commerce to which
macrame, exercises, bingo, etc. -/f.i/ pushers behind the project. An- they suggested a project to
The Center is open Monday boardof revitalize the central downtown.
drews, a member of the SFCC
through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m., **. i wf. directors of the Endowment Such a project is now going up, after
and is located behind the new cour- Board for the college since its inception being started under a Downtown
thouse on the corner of Grand and :... until he resigned recently Progress Committee on which Mat
Georgia Streets. Contact Peggy wanted to give Bradford students a thews serves. The city commission
Barnett, center director, 964-4545 chance to attend two years of college agreed three weeks ago to hold a

for more information. .. J right here in the county. Andrews, referendum of involved property
-f : : now a multi-millionaire grew up on owners on that $300,000 project.

Photo by Mark Prlodlln

The 8th annual Festival of the

Day Lakes weekend.Art Show is set for Labor ANew Look... Sewer Rehab Plan

The art show is set for Saturday, r The old 1902( courthouse has
Aug. 31, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. e !: wtqJQf' been getting dressed up this I
week with
shrubbery plantedand
and Sunday, Sept. 1, from 15 p.m.
sod laid SFCC workers
The Labor Day show is set in by Council
downtown Keystone Heights in from Gainesville. Okayed by
Work the Santa Fe
on new
Theme Park, adjacent to Lake
Starke Center is about complete.Finishing -
Geneva and Keystone Beach.PreRetirement .
touches were being A $634,000 rehabilitation for cent, of the $1.3 million and would
: put on this week, inside and out. Starke's sewer collection system, including like to recoup some of its money or
The parking lot adjacent to four main pumping stations, at least see it go into sewer
Learn By Mail... the new school will not be com commissionershope.
y f was placed before the city commis- rehabilitation, city
Retirement years can be a great plete for Tuesday's opening sion Tuesday night, Aug. 21, by .
the however. It remains several Ruckman. on a deal with EPA has
phase of life. It affords oppor- engineer Don Progress
tunity to do all of those things you weeks away.Residents. for the project would be been slow as the city waited for the
never had time to do while work- and students are requested derive from the sale of the right time to offer the deal. Just why
to cooperate on what 360-acres Fred Mueller property on now is a propitious time was unclear
ing.Planning for retirement, will be a crowded parking situation US-301 which the city condemnedand Tuesday night, except that Commis-
however, is a major consideration.It downtown until the lot is bought for $1.3 million in 1980. It sioner Vernon Silcox pointed out the
can make the difference between paved, says Police Chief Jimmy all depends if the Environmental 360 acres may now be.worth more

enjoying those leisure years or Ira Bowen. Protection will buy the proposition.EPA Sewer Rehab..P.IOAJ
struggling through them.It paid 75 percent the city 25 per (See )

is never too early to begin
planning, especially if you are look-
ing at retirement in five or 10
years. The Extension Service is offering
a six part LearnByMailseries
: to assist in preparing for Bizarre Banister MysteryHearn
i retirement. Information will be
1 sent to your home for your conve-

: nience.If .

284.sion interested Office, phone, contact 964-6280 the, Exten-Ext. to Testify Today in Case Against Former LoverPerhaps

the most bizarre murder trial in manipulated by Debra Banister," Davis told
I Upcoming... the history of Bradford County is under way jurors. "You will find just the opposite."

I The Bradford Zoning Board is this week. Tuesday, Aug. 20, and Wednesday the state 1 r b b
The wife of murder victim John Joseph presented the first of their 30 scheduled Y 41
scheduled to meet at 7 Tuesday
: 27 in the Starke Bannister is accused of plotting the death of witnesses to the judge, jury and the crowded
i I hall., Aug. her husband with her lover, John Wayne courtroom. The trial is expected to last the entire
Board Hearn, who has confessed to the murder of week.
The Starke Zoning is.set
Banister to save himself from the electric The state claims that six weeks before her
to meet at 7 Thursday, Aug.
p.m. chair. husband's death, Mrs. Banister was introducing -
29, in city hall for its regular
meeting of the month. The 30-year-old Starke woman, Debra herself as a widow. t
.The Bradford School Board is Banister, was presented in opening She did so during a weekend visit to her new
statements Tuesday by Assistant State At- lover, Hearn. in the Atlanta area last
set to meet tonight (Thursday, Aug.
29) at 7 in the Administration torney Thomas Elwell as a devious and December, Elwell said during opening
p.m. who transformed Hearn She told Hearn's apartment
its domineering woman arguments.
Building on US-301N to close out
substantial "a man who never committed a crime in his manager that she was his financee and even p.
85-86 budget discuss -
year of Phase 1 of Brad- life," into a criminal.A showed off some jewelry he had given her,
completion salaries few weeks before Banister's death, Elwell told jurors. She also told the apart-
ford High, administrative and other Elwell said Mrs. Banister told Hearn that ment manager that her dead husband had left Courtroom Drama Unfolds...
the teacher contract,
matters. "she wanted her husband killed and that if he her a house in Florida. Prosecutor Tom Elwell argues the state's case Wednesday In the Debra Banister murder
didn't do it she would find someone else who Last December, however, Joe Banister, a back A standing-room-only crowd packed
trial.I Mrs. Banister Is at front, center, to camera.
On Beautification... would. 41-year-old telephone installer, still had six the .:_ .
Clifford Davis, one of two attorneys weeks to live. He was not shot until Feb. 2. courtroom.the
"Bradford County- Growing More representing Mrs. Banister, countered That shooting occurred along a lonely stretchof Feb. 21 murder a Texas housewife, San- at Banister's funeral was questioned by the
Beautiful Every Day" and the Old strongly. He accused the state of paying a SR-18 while he was driving home to Starke dra Black. Batie was a former brotherinlawof family. Hearn was traced to Columbia, S.C.
1902 Courthouse is the inscriptionon high price for testimony from a man who from a friend's house in Palatka. Mrs. Banister. where it was found Mrs. Banister had been
car tags and bumper stickers. "was not wound tight." Hearn, a self-described Atlanta based Mrs. Banister; her sister, Mrs. Marlene visiting Hearn in his mother's home. Hearn's
The tags and bumper stickers are Davis admitted that Mrs. Banister had a mercenary, has pleaded guilty to that Watson, and their parents, Iris and Franklin mother, Mrs. Watson, supplied a tape of a
on sale at the Chamber of Com- secret affair with confessed killer Hearn but shooting and is serving a life sentence at Sims, have been indicted in the Batie murder.Joe telephone conversation in which Hearn and
merce office or from members of denied that she planned to have him kill her Florida State Prison for it. Mrs. Banister plotted the death of Banister.
the Highway Beautification Com husband. Hearn, 39, is serving a life sentencefor Hearn earned a life! sentence, rather than Banister subscribed to Soldier of Fortune The presiding judge, Circuit Judge R.A.
mittee: Reggie Flynn Beverly killing Banister, was described by Davisas death in the electric chair, by implicatingMrs. magazine. Mrs. Banister reportedly saw. Green of Starke, refused a defense motion
McGee, Norman Donn, or Christy a misfit. Banister. He is expected; to testify Hearn's ad in the magazine, which advertisedhis last week to disallow the tape as court
Torode. They are also on sale at "He's not totally wound together as tight as against her today, Aug. 22, in Bradford County services as a weapons specialist seeking evidence on the grounds they knew Mrs. Watson -
Lawtey Shell Mitchell's Drugs, you would like people to be," Davis told the Circuit Court. high risk assignments overseas or in the U.S. taped her telephone calls because of a
The Office Shop, and Chastain'sGift 12-member jury in his opening statement. Hearn has also confessed to the Jan. 6 Hearn came to the attention of Bradfordlaw child custody battle between Hearn and his
and Gallery. "You will find that (Hearn( ) was not murder of Cecil Batie in Gainesville and to enforcement officials when his presence ex-wife.


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Page 2T.LEGRAPII August 22, 1985

Hi Board Concerned Over Excessive Raises for Administrators I

A plan for a salary increase for administrators Increases father idminiBtra tors who done for the past'several years,plus One problem in the$600,000 salary The school board is scheduled to members met in private session 1 I
came to a'screechinghalt received promotions Jumped from 32 a supplement was added. The Index- package is a $45,000 increase in meet Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. for the second Monday night, Aug. 19, prior to the
sometime Monday, apparently to 52 percent. ing system for the responsibility factor health insurance costs. Other non- and final public hearing on the new regular meeting. Supt. Duncan is to
when school board members got ll t'.' "'"'' ... t S'Nh, 'l1. ,. ",!yjlfrIoii ,)was approved a few weeks ago dollar items in the proposed contractare budget, prior to which all salary meet Monday, Aug. 26, with Ms.
look at actual pay hikes on"* i !,... :"'. ,,.I *, 'by the school board. unacceptable. Issues should be settled. Supt. Dun Julie Miller,chief negotiator for the
worksheet. School board member41sre con r, A new method of ad- can hopes to have the newly arisen teacher union, to see ft the problemscan
That issue, which will have a cerned about excessive pay raises ;4, ministrators must be work out, issues ironed out by a special be worked out. School board
definite impact on the $13.7 million for administrators:The raises, on a Duncan said. One option would be to Items not Discussed... meeting set next Thursday, Aug. 29, members emphasized, however
proposed 85-86 school budget, plus worksheet made available to school pay them for administrative experience Duncan said he was unaware of to close out the current budget year that salary increases offereJteachers
some minor// wording items which board members for the first time ignoring teacher experience some items in the proposed contract and to discuss accepting the rebuilt will stand.
are delaying approval of the proposed Monday, were based on the new not or counting teacher experience which were not discussed with the BHS Phase I as substantially com- "They're turf problems," said
teacher contract, will be settledby yet approved, teacher salary as a fraction of the actual administration by school board plete, among other things. school board member Rodney Hall.
the a special meeting set Aug. 29, schedule, then multiplied by a years in the classroom. negotiator James Longstreth of Apparently, part of the board's
Supt. Duncan hopes. responsibility factor, such as 1.05 fora Being an administrator is entirely Gainesville. Bd. Authority Usurped...? authority is usurped in the proposed
Several board members assuredthe low-echelon admlnstrator and up different that working in the Apparently finding some document. That explanation was as
press at Monday night's regular to 1.14 for the assistant superintendent. classroom, one principal pointedout. Contract Problems.., table wording in the teacher unaccep-con- much as any board member or ad-
school board meeting that the ad- Problems, termed minor by Supt. tract, already agreed to by bargaining ministrator was willing to make for
ministrative salary schedule will be Basing administrative salaries on Jim Duncan, have also arisen in the teams of the adminstration and publication in answer to questions
discussed in an open session. School the tpacner salary schedule has been Health Insurance Up... proposed new teacher contract. teacher union school board from news'reporters.
board members said that ad-
ministrative package was not
discussed in the private session except -
as it relates to the total budget
picture. The Telegraph was told, I I y ,
however, that one board membergot '
a copy of an administrative = i
salary work sheet, told other board
members, and that was the reason
the executive session was called
Monday night.
A new administrative salary
schedule will be worked up, Supt. 26th
Duncan said Monday night, Aug. 19, ary
after meeting.the regular school board

Snags were hit, in some cases,
because administrators with more (jJ
responsibility would earn less than )
some new administrators. Compression --r
of the teacher salary schedule ;)
from 22 to 15 years caused teachers
and administrators with close to 15
years experience to draw top
teacher salary. It also leaves more
experienced administrators draw-
ing less than some new ad-
ministrators who are former long-
time teachers. ., 'r -
Compression of the teacher salary -- OUR LOWEST OF
schedule giving a teacher the top __ '" THE y.zA
offered in 15 rather
salary years
than 22, would give new ad- ;'ij;;)... THIS WEEK'S 'il'' .. '-
/Ji \
ministrators, such as assistant prin- ;)
cipals, higher raises. Under it, the 52 BIG 100.00 'l\ }
new high school principal would CASH WINNERS! "
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earn less than other beginning ad- I [ !

ministrators. It is felt, Supt. Duncan : 0.. : A.D. Shores Rawls,,Savannah Bostlc, NC, GA q ': i111 ii 1\\:1:
says that the high school principal G EACH ;" F. Groom, Hueytown, AL ,' -=a=y
should be paid more money than any 7"o.!! ,, R. Brown' Moss Point, MS 599
other principal because of the repon- u' K. Hart [Decatur, GA

sibility involved. ti. ; <=<= D. Wall Smlthdale, MS till
That administrative pay plan, i = P. Welty, Milton, FL .
made public Monday night for the MEN'S PLAID G. Green, Cedartown, GA .fJ '
first time, gives some ad- SHIRTS OR J. Brewton Hampton VA LADIES' FALL
L. Wright, Mllllngton, TN
ministrators to 17
eight percent pay r
DENIM JEANS I. t P. Prewitt Dunnville KY .:...... 'r. SPORTSWEARPolycotton
'- Kinston NC
'" J. Clark '
Regularly To 8.99. twill pull-on
Franklin ,
'C. Hill, VA
Poly/cotton long ,, B. Sapp, Williston SC '!1.u- I. .... pants or elastic waist
ProblemOn sleeve plaid shirts C. Holloway, Marlon, SC : .... :M .. 1' floral and solid print
with chest pocket. I V. Ford Live Oak FL /'' skirts. Coordinate with
Sizes SMLXL Cotton W. Seay, Albany GA blouses or knit tops In
western denims'I A. Springs Winston-Salem, NC assorted styles.
R. Miller, Athens, OH ;r I r
Phase 1 ,.
with 4 or 5 pocket V. McCullough, Charlotte, NC I t ,
styling. Sizes 29 to 40. : D. Solomon Fort Mill SC TOPS & BLOUSES. .6.99
G. Barnett Newton, NC 7
M. Walsh Charlotte, NC .
Concerns E. Turer, Metarle LA
'' B. Holds Morrow GAp ..
,.. ,.r A. Bishop Booneville, KY '.2 f( / .j
!.' W Wright Winston-Salem, NC
.1' C. Whifaker, Oak City, NC ,, rd : / .
Board V. Hatfleld Columbia KY ,'
...\" F. Woodard, Baker, LA ./' .."o.' .L I
.. \ '::'c t :#R 599 M. Doll, Johns Island SC \ "-. ', '"..,.. ,_,:;.9./' ..' ""
\ S. Maddox, Monroe GA ,.. 4' ,/ .'
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"I'd rather not speak at all... ; II '
... VI<' 1 H. Chllds Greenwood SC \! __ / .-- OJ,. ,_.. .'
; (. "
There is water standing around Jfk! Y. Ingram Rock Hill SC ... "-. ,' '
some roof drains on the roof of newly .' S. Henry Alexander City, AL __ ." .' / :.....
rebuilt Phase 1 of Bradford High ) F. Louder Mooresvllle NC '. "
School, and it might take a court ,7 I UNHEARD OF M. Wilson, New Castle DE ,,'_-_, ." =:"'.,, ;;; ',' i"oJ :sow. ; ;::=:
case to get it corrected. ArchitectDon PRICES ON L. Dow Sumter, SC "<" >1 ':b..i. i"-
would rather have not JEANSBoys' P. Barno New Eagle, PA //II/ : :-: r--
Morgan DENIM
u't' ,1-1':.: B. Edwards, Mt. Olive, NC a""" ry?> ll.ol\ J r r-- I
had to tell that to the school board. '
itsss and cot- _
girls' I. Pierce Batesville .. ___
Shades former flat roofs leaking \ t +. ., ton denim jeans. M. Chandler, Martinez GA
said Chairwoman Patricia Spengler. II' ; Boys' sizes 8 to 14. B. Fossell Myrtle Beach SC 6Girls' ..."
"Do you have to remember that y' L. Scott, Bellalre OH 99 OUR BEST
\; pocket /jeans
far back? asked Morgan, the ; A. Musgrove Florence MS
school board architect then. : ; with embroidered J. Peterson Rocky Pt. NC SELLINGJOGGERS
However, Morgan advised the : 't' back pockets and H. Cohen, Allendale SCI PAIR
school board to go ahead and occupy '' l' 4J' contrast stitching. L. Hudgins, McKenzie, TN 30UR
the rebuilt Phase 1 of Bradford High I Sizes 7 to 14.BOYS' N. Bridgeman, Asheboro NC REG.
School, the English and social -.f' 4-7 AND B. Gable Mableton, GA Compare At 8.99. Men S,

studies wing for the opening of f GIRLS' 4-6x. M.nn E.P., Miller Hooks Lithonia.GA Inglis, FL ladies & children's nylon jog. MEN'S OR BOYS' 6
school Monday, Aug. 26. > gers with I closures.I PACK TUBE SOCKSMOBIL
In addition, several minor items I Itr
such as small painting jobs are in- c T car -
complete, and the Bradford school lID i"II' I ji' --
f'V I
board members are not yet willing "1 ) l k.cp : '
to accept the building as substantially t / I
complete. 1/ LQ" 1'
"Didn't you tell us it might wind : ti M1 I ,, 31 I Il
up in court?" asked. operations S .Ww I
Lennard referring M, 1'-. / I
Register, beuro-//lUS'I '
( id 1<1
to the water standing on the roof. I & ( mn J ( i
Yes, said Morgan. l 'f.) I
The school.board is in pretty good su if[ ShIeld' DESIT a IGi 3I .

shape on the roof if it has to go to 10u' ={;;I..'- : i U C)
court, said Morgan.The Mobil, .JI. tiSI
architect said sloped concretein '-. / I I

the Phase 1 roof was tested for super I..."' :"J'.. ,.... I'.M'mous j ., 1.0 IL'p. .
moisture content, but not for slope. WIM.''I'flY", \, \
The roofing contractor, Ferber and 10WSOl .' -- \
"-I \ 'III....
O'Steen of Gainesville, assumed the l '" uu nA"I<'f' ... .:
slope was approved, and went ahead 1 t, 15.'olga
with the job, Morgan said. II' _

shape Morgan should contended the case he end is in up good in $

court, referring to the day he told $
69 1 $1 3R$1
roofing the contractor contractor didn' stop work and $1 77

Register said water stands a yardor EA.

pipes.two Only around one leak some is of the the roof drain is a MOTOR OIL 6 ROLL PERT 42 OZ. AJAX ASSORTED SIZE ASSORTED HEALTH 14 CT. PENCILS OR

problem at, this point, school of- 10W40 OR 10W30 BATH TISSUE DETERGENTRegularly BAR SOAPS AND BEAUTY AIDS COMPOSITION BOOK

ficials said.Shades .' Buy 5 quarts, Get 1.50 Regularly 1.19. Pert 1.63. Ajax) Reg. To 44' Ea. Shield, Rag. To 1.79. Clairol Reg. To 1.49. Pk. of 14
of the old roundhouse, said Rebate. Mobil 10W40 or one ply bath tissue. laundry detergent. Lux, Lifebuoy, Dial or Condition Mousse, pencils or 3 subject 120
Board Chairwoman Patricia 10W30. Limit 5 qts. Limit 2 packs. Limit 2 boxes. Irish Spring. Limit 3. Desltin Lotion & more. sheet composition book.
recalling the school
boars continued trouble with the
sophisticated airconditioningsystem ... J -,, L \ f\i"" !'J""J".ij .-'
installed for the middle r I }" \ ''r ...<...".'.: -- 1
school and vo-tech center on a state 1101 \ rF. rA I >: \l'\JS

bid job, and recalling' the many I ..-.;... .lc n} CCIZ \\t\ \) .
troubles with flat roofs leaking. \ / / .. 'P1 -c C1'.m
"Do you have to remember that r : r 'I I "'" I
far back?"teased architect Morgan.
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The final few items on the punch .
1 list should have been completed two -- -
weeks ago, said Supt. Jim Duncan. SURE DEDDORAms $ ':
Triest rebuilding Construction March Co.18 undertookthe with 120 OUR SALE 88C 2 88 $1 ,1 4 $1
calendar days to complete the job. OS PRICE FOR, FOR '. FOR FOR
The completion date passed in the 3IC 10 PK.. RAZORS CABANA
part July.

don't like to hear It. but if they inconvenience AFTER Regularly 63 Ea. 2 ply Regularly 69 Ea. 6.4 Reg. To 1.49. Disposable Reg. For*1. Chips, pork Reg. 35 Ea. Snickers,
us..." said architect FREE REBATE Marcal facial tissue. ounce Insulated cups. razors and lighters. rinds and cheese puffs. Hershey's and more.
Morgan, referring to liquidated
damages or late charges for no .

completing the job on time. Price Through Oood This At W All..k Family.nd. Guantltl Dollar Store LlmlUd 309 'South Walnut'I Street Stance, Florida

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., .. ", --.. ,. Contamination
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1) I '. I IY I' City $20,000Is

the ground water around the consumption from a well on the
I ., Starke power plant contaminated by power plant lot.
i spilled\ Fuel? Ruckman said DER is now requir
t It's going to cost the city at least ing the test well drilling equipmentto
i r C $20,000 to find out. Recent national be sterilized. "It's almost like a
} notoriety about ground water con- hospital," he said.
tamination has caused the Depart- DER wanted testing done that
t ment of Environmental RegulationDER would have cost $50,000 or $60,000.
( ) to Increase its investigative Ruckman said he objected
regulations, city engineer Don strenuously to that amount and
j d Ruckman of Bessent, Hammock &: finally DER agreed to the $20,000
Ruckman of Jacksonville, told testing job.
jI Starke commissioners Tuesday Test wells must be drilled to see if
night. DER's increased enforcement the water contains contaminants. If
I rules have pushed the original cost fuel would was spilled onto the
, v of the probe for ground water contamination ground it would rest on top of the
1 (MMaNq rear: ? r+ ti from $6,000 to $20,000( water table, which probably is five
I'e Ruckman said. or six feet down at the power plant
The city is under a DER order to site, Ruckman said.
611SE 1r ttylp ? determine if contamination does ex Ideally, no contamination will be
.1s.o ist. In DER official found with
January a notic- the testing. If contamination
*L *%$ ecew r r.'ri ed some dead grass near a diesel is found, the area for test wells
storage tank at the power plant, will have to be expanded until contamination
located at the intersection of Call is no longer found and

',,, and Water Streets. Bill Weldon, the the cost could go beyond $20,000.
C sYY' city's power resources superintendent Commissioner Charles Schaefer
t pp ,1 told Ruckman DER saw no said the city should not "roll over
spilled fuel, and that his records and play dead." The city should
show no fuel spill. stand up for its interests, Schaefer
1 t I The city pumps water for public said.STOP .

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Getting ready for the stampede... for

It takes a lot of uork to get back: into business after a fire and reWhile and Principal AI Bother stack books in one of the ten new Summer SizzlerSale I BestSelection
building project at Bradford High School. Para-professional Ora Lee classrooms at BUS in preparation for school opening on Monday.

Faculty prepares for school opening day SS..SSSl Up To

The time that almost every school have shown a lack of interest in Elementary.With education assignments.
kid hates is fast coming to Bradford school. 131 already on the roles, Students are to report directly to ?k 0ffj!!
County, the day when classes start Phase 1, the wing damaged by fire McRae expects the final total to be their rooms upon arrival, says
again in the Fall. last December, has been almost around 135 students. Clark. School hours are from 7:45:
The big day is Monday, August 26, completed and will house 10 To get everyone sorted out, an a.m. to 2 p.m.Southside .
when once again students have to sit classrooms, down from 14. To help assemby will\ be held in front of the ON ALL SUMMER WEARSwimsuits
still behind desks and learn the three with the space crunch, the voca- school at 7:45: a.m. Monday morn- Elementary...
R's. Vacation time is over for tional agriculture program has been ing, says the principal. In case of Expecting a normal, calm year is
another year. moved to the Vo-Tech, Rother says. bad weather, it will be in the main Jesse Moore, principal at Southside ,1
With about 4,100 expected for the The repairs are about "95-percent building. Elementary.
new school year, up about 200 from complete in terms of the major partof Over the summer, the old The number of students are expected -
last year, it will be a busy time for it," says Duncan. cafeteria was remodeled with the to be around 635, about the + 1 :" \ 10.00
teachers and principals alike come There are still some problemswith help of inmate labor to house the exceptional same as the last several years. i v
Monday morning. roof leaks, due to water not education program in the When students arrive on Monday Sftry ;
"We feel real good about the open- draining off improperly. Duncan converted dining area and a sciencelab morning, they will find tables set up '
ing of school" says Jim Duncan, says that the water has been coming in the old kitchen. in front of the school with teachers to ( ShortsLee '
school superintendent. _,. ,in. around some of the air- Ten teachers are assigned to the tell them where to go. ,

Almost all the instructional posi- conditioning units. school in Brooker. 4 Classes start at 8.a.m...and end at;2. ". ., $ 9 9. $ 9 9
tions have been filled, Duncan.fri v1' +.''we r".Iu.JI".expe ti.n" 4 The"''School day 'run* from '7:4 p.m. ::1!.z..r.I: 7 9
dicates-wiUv-the exception of about there Monday morning, says the a.m. until 2 p.m. \
three in the exceptional education superintendent.School I
program. Vacancies exist in the starts at BHS for studentsat THE BRADFORD ( A\, \
emotionally handicapped and 8:05: a.m. and lasts until 3:02: p.m. Lawtey Elementary... COUNTY TELEGRAPH .' Jeans
speech therapy programs says Dun- while teachers begin at 8 a.m. and go Principal Buddy Paterson at Published every Thursdayat ,
home at 3:30: p.m. Lawtey Elementary bet i.
Jr. Sizes 1-15 tj .
can.There 133 W. Call Street
I ,
will be 195 noninstructionalstaff ween 375 and 380 students Monday I I k
and 280 instructional staff Bradford Middle School... morning and thinks a few more will Starke. Florida 32091 Missy 6-20 / ,
members says the superintendent New principal for the middle come in after Labor Day. ,;
with an approximate total of 470 to school is Charles Hall, who fills the New for the year will be having the Second Class postage paid at Reg. 34.00
475 employed for the year. shoes left by Dewey McKinney who sixth and seventh graders rotating Starke, FloridaSubscription
Around 3,000 students will be moved up to the assistant classrooms to get them prepared for $2599 lI..
riding the buses this year, says Ma- superintendent's post. the middle school, says the prin Rates: .d.
jorie Hutcheson transportation So far, there are 890 students cipal. There will\ be seven periods for In-trade area: $10.00 per year Y;
assistant. The earliest pick-ups will signed-up, said Hall. Only 839 the students during the day. months r.p /T.
be about 6:45: a.m. in some of the students had been projected for the "The biggest complaint was the $5.50 six
outlying areas such as Brooker with fall. He said that he not sure what shock of changing classrooms" said Outside
the latest stops approximately 4:15: the final total would be, but he expects Paterson of the students who movedup per year
p.m. in the Melrose and Brooker around 860 when everything is from LE. $
areas. sorted out. There will be a guidance counselortwo
The major purpose of the new bus No major new programs are in the days a week at Lawtey and a Reg. $32 & $34
schedules, according to Duncan works for the new year at the middle pre-kindergarten program for han Grace United $2499 &
was to eliminate the long waits that school, says Hall. dicapped children will also be of Methodist ChurchRd
some children had at the outlying Of the 43 full-time instructors at fered. :
elementary schools. He said that BMS, four are new this year said Monday morning the sixth and 225 road Across from r $2599
with the earlier start times, students Hall. Mike Richter in P.E., Becky seventh graders need to report to the Lawtey Post Office
would get home earlier and that Jones in alternate education I, auditorium while kindergarten SERVICES Ly r,
there would be fewer problems with Kathryn Wilson in art and Mary through fifth should go to their {
the younger children riding the Welch who has returned after rooms. Class assignments will be Sunday School . 9:45: am

same bus as the bigger ones. several years. posted on the doors Friday or Sunday Worship . 11 am Summer r
In order to make the school lunch School starts at BMS at 8:15: a.m. parents can call the school then to
program self-sufficient, prices were and ends at 2:50: p.m. find out.School. -- ., Cotton
raised this year by the school board. starts at 7:45 a.m. and gets STARKE 1
Kindergarten through fifth grade Starke Elementary... out at 2 p.m.Hampton. CHURCH OF GOD Sweaters
will be charged 80-cents, sixth
Starke Elementary is expecting
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
through eighth will be 9O-cents and 9 between 625 and 650 students this
Elementary... Walter F. Montz, Pastor $999.$1299
be Adult lunches
12 will $1.
through fall, says Mary Ann Kyle, assistant Y
will be $1.75 this year. principal. In Hampton, Principal Connie We invite you to worship with us. 'G
Class assignments will be postedby Clark has made plans for 175 ATTENDED NURSERY r
BUS Update... 2 p.m. Friday outside the office students on the first day of school. Sunday School . . . 10 a.m. 964-5772 \
With a new principal and a rebuilt door, she says. For students who New for the year will be depart- Morning Worship' . . . 11 a.m. Phone
wing Bradford High School expects have not registered by Monday mentalizing, in which fourth, fifth, Evening Service . . . 6 p.m Visa, MC, Layaway f, 4
between 1,100 and 1,150 students for should report to the cafeteria Mon- sixth and seventh graders will rotate Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: p.m., 1
the school year says Principal Al day morning. between classes. There will also be
Rother. Seventy Instructional staff Forty-two teachers are assignedto an alternative education programand t
will hold the herd in check during the SE for the new year, says Kyle, project plus designed to catchup to
up-coming year. with four new ones. students who are two or more Back
Students will be guided to the right New for the fall are computers in years behind in reading skills. 'Diehu r d' S A
spots to pick-up their schedules the 4th and 5th grade classrooms In- "We're trying to catch them up scbOOytb
when they arrive on campus Monday stead of having a computer lab. A before they get out of here," said IT'
says Rother. substantial library of software has Clark of the program primarily for SHOE:5
New for the school year will be 24 been assembled for their Com fifth, sixth and seventh graders.Of .
courses not offered last year. According modore 64 computers.SE the 13 assigned teachers, two 101 E. CALL ST. STARKE
to the principal, 12 are revisionsof classes begin at 7:55: a.m. and will be new this year to Hampton. ,
existing courses and 12 are totallynew end at 2 p.m.. Joe Watson, who transferred from 1
ranging from zoology, to Southside after seven years, will be
photography to European history to Brooker Elementary... handling a kindergarten class, and NIKE shoes for kids For recreation. Rnnven. -
world geography. Also an expanded "We anticipate a smooth start," Steve Acree, who taught at Lawteyfor
in betu! .
alternative education program is says Principal Bill McRae, return- six years, will take the alter ning. And all sports .
designed to deal with students who ing for a second year at Brooker native education and physicalThe .. DYNO
Style &

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Phase 1
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"Are we ready for the state should check out its own problem English and social studies 81/2-6/
before turning the building over to building burned Dec. 12 near dark.
of Education inspec-
(Child thru Youth)
Department" asked board member Rodney the state. The board needs to do that, The fire is thought to have, been
said Hall The water the roof started by overheated wiring to an
said he could recom- on problem /
Hall. py
Morgan was brought up three weeks air-conditioner. The 12 classrooms, 22"BONGO Bnoi:
mend that. with interior walls of wood studs and
"What about the problem with the ago, said Schlofman.
asked board member Len The entire roof may have to be paneling and with electrical wires
replaced to correct the drainage problem not in conduit, were gutted. No one
Schlofman.said he was to meet this said Schlofman. That is his was In the building, no one was In- navy/white/
Morgan W.R. Grace Company, point with the contractor, said jured, but the hot fire melted televi- ,
with the
week Morgan. sion sets, typewriters, and filing 81'2-6'
the bonding roof.Should company. which Morgan asked the board to allow cabinets. OTHE.I I NIXE STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM!
guarantees the him to resolve the drainage It cost the school board$125,000 to '
check out the $1999
not the board COME IN AND BROWSE!!!
and to saying he won't hesitate to have the buiding cleaned out. A
roof drainage problem, try recommend withholding the 10 per $359,000 contract was let to Triest -
state inspection, 964.7353 fllSSS
before the
resolve it member Hall. cent retainage due the,Triest Co., Construction Co. of Keystone on r _
asked"You board have that perogative," said about $35,000. But Morgan urged the March 18 this year. Mon' .-Sat. 9:30.5:30; Fri. 9:30-6:00 r "
school officials to occupy the Phase 1 has been returned to its
the architect. orginal layout of 10 classrooms.
Sehlofm.w said! the school board

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I'agrst TKI.KGKAFII August ZZ, t9115

I Starke Had Two $x High-Rated Educational Institutions During the Gay Nineties I

1 A giant step toward advancing higher I joyed the reputation of being an educa- Walnut Street,and Orange College on West 1 1I I
education in Bradford County will be taken tional center as far back as the 1880s when Call Street. )
soon when Santa Fe Community College two fine institutions thrived here, attracting -
opens its fall term on August 27. a students not only from Starke,but also The Institute hell a two-story frame building
"boarders" who came here from miles complete with tower, stood where the
around the school term to attend Woman's Club is today. It was establishedin
While welcoming the new, it is also ap- during
Comer L. Peek
1877 when moved to
the Starke Male & Female Institute on
old for Starke en-
proprlate to recall the Starke from Green Cove Springs where he

.,.. had taught a short while after moving
there from Boston, Ga. He became the
Editorials first principal of the Starke Institute.

Trustees of the Institute were Capt. J.C.
Richard, L.C. Hull, Comer L. Peek, J.
Two Decades Ellery Davis, and John Hull.
After of Waiting
Orange College Popular...

Another well-known educational
Bradford Has Its Own College institution was established private here in 1881 and

enjoyed a good reputation among early
educators in the state. This was known as
This week's issue of The Telegraph in- ding to an editorial published on August Orange College or Orange Academy and

cludes a special section com- 22, 1965 in the Gainesville Sun, it was was established by Prof. G.P. Young, an

memorating the opening of the Starke Senator Charley E. Johns who first proposed structure experienced just educator east of the, in present a large two-story Christian

Center of Santa Fe Community Collegein that the new college be named Church.,

the Old Courthouse on Call Street. Santa Fe Junior College, incorporating
Orange College was organized here in
Few readers may realize that this is the name of the historically significant connection with the Starke Christian Learning the Hard Way

the culmination of a twenty-year river that forms the dividing line bet- Church,which Prof.Young and his brother The earliest schools were usually one-room, one-teacher frame
dream. When the Florida ween the two counties. organized at the same time. In those days structures, or were even presided over by educated ladies of the
the public school of the State
system was community teaching children in their private homes.
authorized a "junior college" for The fact that the new Starke Center is practically non-existent, and a majority of

this area, back in 1965, community located in the stately 1902 Bradford children attended private institutions for

leaders in Starke made a concerted effort County Courthouse might also be con- which payment was required. !group of business and professional men of New School Built...

to have the new school placed in the sidered prophetic since, although long The fame and good reputation of Orange ;Starke. They employed Prof. Looney as The Bradford County High School con-
the first and announced that
southern edge of Bradford County. They forgotten, it was at a School Board College soon spread over this part of the ."The principal have been remodeled tinued to operate at the old stand on
state, and students came here from as far buildings Walnut Street for than 20 but
of. land site meeting in 1969 that Hall more years
offered tract just '
a as a Rodney a t throughout in such manner as to make
away as County to stay during the 1910 it obvious that the
by was two-story
north of the Santa Fe River. member, suggested using the Old Court- term. t them both commodius and elegant in style, building was inadequate.Saturday,July 5,
house as a location for the then em- with an eye to convenience and comfort." eventful for Starke when
This well-intentioned effort, though Tobacco Worms Unwanted... 1913, was an day
bryonic Starke Center. It would be freeholders went to the and voted 115
polls .
carefully planned and carried out, met Prof. George C. Looney, a noted It was announced that tuition for the fall
decades before to 44 in favor of bonding for a new $30,000
this suggestion became educator of the Starke Institute ind sessions would be:
with failure largely because Alachua was principal spring
red brick school building to be located on
could offer far reality. during the 1800s. He was an excellent -
County potentially nine acres of property fronting on Temple
greater numbers of students for the in- The special Santa Fe section in this disciplinarian teacher, and as his well newspaper as a advertisements firm- nonth.Primary class, up to 4th reader, $1 per Avenue (now US-301), the same location

stitution than could Bradford. issue contains interesting stories, let that fact be known. used today, although the original 1913
Intermediate class, $2 per month. building has given away to a more modern
Therefore, it was argued by Alachua in- prepared largely by the SFCC staff, giving One ad stated: "We rightly enforce good structure.

terests, that the expense of transporting the college history from its beginn- order, but in such a way that it is pleasantand Common School Course, $3 per month. With the coming of the full-course

large numbers of students from ing, as well as setting forth its profitable to good pupils; galling and Collegiate, Algebra, Science, Santa Fe Center in the Old new County Cour-
Alachua to Bradford, would not be cost philosophy and mission. Many of the oppressive only to a bad one. Parents who languages, Higher Mathematics, etc, $4 thouse on Call Street, graduates of BHS!

effective as compared with the small countless Bradford students who have do vised not wish their send them children governed are adI>er month. will have the opportunity to receive two
not to to our school.Young
number to be from Brad- graduated from Santa Fe the years of higher education without leavingthe
transported over
years rowdies, drunkards, libertines, and tobacco Out of town students could board "in excellent -
The Center will also offer
ford to Alachua. tell what the college has meant to them will county. new
worms save traveling expenses by families" at from $10 to $12 per night courses for the benefit of those who
and how it has influenced their lives and not coming to enter our school." |month.
The Bradford boosters took their are employed during the day, but still wishto
defeat with good grace and cooperated their life work. First! Public School... Dr. J.L. Gaskins was president, and broaden their liberal arts education, as

wholeheartedly with Alachua after the As one of the advertisements in the The first public school, as such, in Brad- .John C. Richard was secretary of the well as their knowledge of modern
ford County was organized in 1891 by a I board that organized the school. technologies, including computer courses.
final decision was made, since the college Santa Fe section says, "Everybody'sheard f

had always been envisioned as a about Miracle on 42nd Street...

joint effort by the two counties. Accor- but what about Miracle on Call Street?"

Believe it or not... its happening now Right before our eyes I County Agent's Notebook : By BobbyL.TaylorAs I

Said It I mentioned last week it's time to be Fall Gardeningbeans beans, sweet corn, and peas. You might
Fuqua RightExcerpt also the for
thinking about fall vegetable gardening.You prolong season a crop by planting
should be planning and taking care of ,and so on in the middle of the block. two or more varieties that have different -
some of the preliminary work right now. And, put tall growing vegetables such as maturity dates. Be sure you plant
from Don Fuqua's letter for
Congressman Washington August: sweet corn in blocks, rather than single
After you've chosen a good garden site (a sweet corn, pole and stake
spot with full sun all day, or for as long as tomatoes along the beansl de. By doing rows. This will give better pollination, and
"A subcommittee of the House Government
changing procedures and clearing out those possible,) and,when you've decided which this, you avoid having the low growing help you produce more corn.
Operations Committee, where I
senior Democratic member, held serve as who are responsible for this Gross varieties of vegetables you'll plant, you vegetables stuck in the shade of taller It's a good idea to put crops like
a hearing mismanagement of taxpayer dollars. ,need to take paper and pencil in hand and plants. Run the rows north and south, so strawberries that span more than one
recently The
on military
spare parts. reportsof actually make a detailed,scale diagram of each row will receive the same amount of growing season to one side of the garden.
excesses and sometimes before
overcharges are such'as
"Hearings this
Congress your garden. The proper garden designcan sun. Otherwise, they might get in the of
incredible to believe and
demonstrate a total one, highlight the problem and It under .
bring Mrts 1flI'l..d
spell the difference between success ) : pn> BitetnoRai cultivation of other Be
breakdown ot procedures In the military for public scrutinyThe Government Operations' .. -. Remember that you ,canplanlmore ,two. Qr plants.
and ,, ..
failure. i ,\9'leave plenty of between
bf1lllre room rows
ttte purchase atinifpUeMtan4replacement. Committee be issuing a report on the tin.' crops in a single rwtis fbdgtaDtMyrequire ,,
equipment. dings of the hearings and this report will helpus Your garden'plan should include several the same spacing. You can even 080 you can work easily with. whatever tools

"The House of Representatives Is serious determine what Congress should do in the things: .the location of each crop; the mix crops in the same row. For example, you need to use.
about tackling this problem and Secretary of way of legislation and what the Defense amount to be planted; and the variety so you could interplant a fast growing crop, It's best to design your garden so you
Defense Weinberger must take the lead In Department should do by regulation." crops that will be planted on about the like radishes with a slow growing crop. can rotate crops from year to year. If you
same date, and reach maturity at about The radishes would be picked before the avoid growing the same crop, or the same
S the same time, are close together. By set- slower maturing plants needed the space.Don't type of crop, in the same spot more than

Following hard upon the heels of Con- for General Dynamics, Navy of- ting up different groups, or blocks, within plant too much of one crop at a once every three years, you may reduce
up able
the garden,you'll be to keep the whole the build-up of soilborne diseases which
gressman Fuqua's caustic letter came ficials ashes their heads time, especially those vegetables that
heaped on own garden in production as much as possible. can reduce yields.A .
must be eaten after
the headlines in Tuesday morning shortly they'reharvested.
blaming fuzzy government regulationsthat Within each block, arrange crops by To have fresh produce over a good design can really increase your
newspapers: "mi ht have caused the companyto plant size. Put low growing vegetables like long period, plant smaller amounts of the chances of producing a successful garden.

stray." If the Defense Department, radishes, turnips. mustard and lettuce same crop at 10 to 14 day intervals.This is When you've finished drawing your plan,
PENTAGON OFFICIAL QUITS indeed, has such fuzzy regulations, along one side. Plant those that will reach a particular good idea with crops that havea it's time to start preparing the soil for

UNDER FIRE heads should start rolling in the Pen- medium height like peppers, squash, bush short period of peak quality such as planting. I'll discuss this topic next week.

tagon as well as at General Dynamics.No .
Datelined Washington, the story said: Incentive
lesser than Everett Forestry
"Mary Ann Gilleece, a top Pentagon personage of the The
Pyatt Assistant Secretary Navy
meaning of
official violated conflict-of-
interest purchasing rules by soliciting, contractors for Shipbuilding and Logistics, was Program Sign-Up
quoted as saying "There was no pat-
(doing business with the Pentagon) as General 3rdBy
tern for corruptionthey ( Starts Sept. freedomNATIONAL I
clients for
future business"she
a consulting what press
Dynamics) were simply doing our
planned to start. The investigate regulations allowed them to do." Of all
report on her activities concluded that to David W. Norton ....
weasel-worded statements
the Bradford Co. Forester National Newspaper Week y
"Ms. Gilleece should be removed from servesas
acquisition-related responsibilities"because eminate from Washington in recent a reminder to all of us of the pre- approach, or intend to approach, whatwe

her extra-curricular activities years this is probably the most offen- The Bradford County Reforestation cious freedoms we are privileged to regard as a truly free press. Com-

"created a lack of public confidence in sive..How could any contractor submit Committee announces that landowner enjoy in America-and it provides a pare, for example, our philosophy of
fradulent multi-million dollar billings sign-up for the 1985-86 Florida Reforestation -
her official actions'And '. FRIP will special opportunity to carry to the government to that of the Soviet
Incentives Program ( )
so-called .
without establishing a "pattern" -
people reminders about the evolution/ Union which enjoys free-
little wonder that the begin on Tuesday, Sept. 3 at the Bradford press
already ? County ASCS Office in the Bradford and the importance of a free press. dom. Their philosophy is enunciatedin

strained confidence of the public With a shrug and a wave of the hand, Agriculture Center. This is an industry- The history of our country teachesus these words of Nikolai Lenin:

Defense Department procurement procedures one General Dynamics spokesman airi- sponsored Incentives program of the that a really free press was inventedin "Why should freedom of speech and
should be fractured Florida Forestry Association to
the conduct of Ms. Gilleece.further Until by ly dismissed the entire matter by saying private landowners reforest their encourage land. America, and that its preservationis freedom of the press be allowed?Why

"With these problems behind us, wewil Contributions of cash and pine seedlings important not only for those of us in should a government which is doing
recently she had been deputy now be able to devote our full atten- from Florida's pulp and paper industry, the newspaper business, but also for what it believes to be right allow itselfto

undersecretary of defense for acquisI- tion to meeting the demanding requirements plus cash contributions from sawmills, the preservation of all of the individual be criticized? It would not allow
tion management, a post in which she pulpwood dealers, forest equipment sup-
freedoms which
of our important Navy con- we cherish. More opposition by lethal weapons. Ideas
for pliers, loggers, and private sponsors fund
was responsible the rules
that tracts." The rewards from a benevolent the program. Since 1980, the FRIP program than 200 years ago we inherited muchof are much more fatal than guns. Why
govern defense contracting.A Pentagon were immediate: a .$616 has assisted 576 landowners with the our law and our customs from the should any man be allowed to buy a

further lack of confidence in million contract to build a Trident reforestation of over 22,000 acres of idle or British. But they had no free press. printing press and disseminate! per-

defense dealings was engendered by the missile-launching submarine, and unproductive land. The free press concept was born when nicious opinion calculated to embarrass -

waffling of Secretary of Navy John F. .another $28.9 million to design a new at- Landowners participating in the program America was born. It wasn't handed the government?"

Lehman by awarding and rewarding tack submarine. Some punishment for a must: (1) own at least 10 acres of down or inherited. It was deliberately Have you seen a copy of Pravda

General Dynamics with$644.9 million in company that could have been charged land and plant at least 5 acres in pines, (2) structured in the spirit of independence lately?There are no ads. No opposing

new contract after the offending con- with defrauding the government! not forestry be receiving practices federal, (3) have cost-shares a forest for as absolutely crucial to the opinions.' Just government announce-

tracts' had been accused of submitting Maybe the problems. are "behind" management plan, (4) plant at least 600 creation and maintenance of a free ments. Where government controlsthe

hundreds of millions of dollars in obviously General but they aren't pine seedlings per acre (Christmas tree society.As press, it controls what you and I
fraudulent payment requests to Dynamics who plantings do not qualify), and (5) order citizens we must continually can know. And it controls the abilityof
behind the taxpayers
the Department.Last their seedlings from the Division of remind ourselves that freedom of the businesses to pass information to its
are paying the bill for transgressions Forestry.Jeff .
May, in announcing a press is a unique right of the American customers-making a controlled

moratorium on new contracts with two Main chairman of the Bradford people and that it is indeed the American economy possible. There is no free
divisions of General It might be some consolation to know County Reforestation Committee said, people's freedom-not ours 'as discussion of ideas; no free enter-
that a number pf other inquiries "The Florida Reforestation Incentives freedom.
Lehman the newspaper people-but theirs. prises; no Remember what
Secretary differences with said Pentagon's directed at General Dynamics have not Program reimburses qualifying landowners _Above all, we must never forget happened in Poland when the govern-
company stemmed been so casually shrugged off as those for the cost of pine seedlings that a free is crucial to the ment cracked down? Communications
from "a attitude press pre- -
find of
corporate we inappropriate planted for the production pulpwood and
to the public trust." Quite different by the Pentagon.: The Justice Depart- sawtimber. Landowners who participatemay servation of all of the freedoms media got the first crack!

from the Navy's ment and the Securities and Exchange be reimbursed for the cost of up to embodied in our Constitution, Oncewe Americans have always Itnown-

week that General pronouncementlast had Commission are looking into charges of 60,000 pine seedlings which is sufficient to lose it the'other precious freedomswe though we sometimes forget to articu-
Dynamics stock manipulation conflict of interest plant 80 acres. This amounts to a reim-
enjoy will crumble. U.S. Supreme late it-that a strong, free and a
mended its and press
ways, in effect seemedto and fraudulent pricing by the nation's bursement of as much ,as $1,200 to individual -
place blame for the company's landowners. to encourage tree Court Justice Felix Frankfurter strong free country are inseparable.You .
wayward ways on the Department forgiving third largest defense contractor. planting" emphasized this when he said, "With- can't have one without the other.

GD the opportunity to defraudthe Dear, long-suffering American tax- out a free press there can be no free No society ever has; none will.
heart. Additional information on the society. That is axiomatic: However Freedom of the
government. In a masterful cover- payers... take be obtained by calling press is every-
gram '
1 / Reforestation may Committee Chairman Main freedom of the press is not an end in body's freedom.

., (Container Corporation) at 967342, or by itself but a means to the end of a freesociety.

contacting County Forester David Norton, The scope and nature of the
MOM'rte = at 964-6280 (ext. 219). constitutional guarantee of the free-

,dom of the press are to be viewed and hard oh on

applied in that light". Chairman and President

"Little mind are wounded by the Today, the vast majority of coun- American Newspaper

Abigail Adams! the only woman In ihlttory/ to b wW of one president and mothv another., smallest thing" La Rochefoucauld tries throughout the world don't even Publishers Associationu

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Leslie tason and Stephen Kersey Open House for Mrs. Horne, Aug. 31

I Friends of Mrs. Ina Home are Hampton on Saturday, August 31.
Wed July 20 honoring her with an Open House Friends and relatives are invited to
in GainesvilleLeslie f Party at her new home pn SR 18 in call between the hours v of. 7 and 9 .

p.m. "

Anne Easom, daughter of me best man was Kevin ] a y i j t ,l ;

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Easom of Hamilton,groomsmen were Thomas t11'f
Gainesville and Stephen L, Kersey Easom, brother of the bride and
son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gary Williamson. f I f. '
Kersey, Starke, were married July A program of nuptual music was
20, at a candlelight ceremony in provided by Miss Anita Yeick
Wesley United Methodist Church in organist Peter Lawson, pianist andMark RIDING MOWER

Gainesville, with Dr. Richard Ming, soloist. IIi4'' 8
Albury officiating. The reception was held in the ,,. hp Briggs & Stratton engine, 32-Inch fully
The church glowed with a pair of Spanish Court Room at the Thomas floating 4-in-l cutting deck. Electric start, 5 forward
candelabras, decorated with Center in Gainesville. Greeting speeds, comfortable,seat fully adjustable.
plumosa fern and white satin rib guests and attending the bride's t ti
bons. The flower baskets on either book was Mrs. LeAnn Easom Seay,
dies of the altar were of white aunt of the bride. I
ladolas, white spider mums, pink All the tables were covered in NU NIUNw
lilies and pink and blue miniature white linen and lace cloths and noWN,1
carnations. The pews were decorated in garlands of fluffy i '' _
decorated in plumosa fern and large plumosa fern and blue satin ribbons. I :. -.. MOtITNLY
white satin bows and palms The brides table was centered : PAYMENTS
throughout. with a three tiered cake high on ,,
Given in marriage by her father, class pillars and over a bubbling .v ., ; g
the bride wore a white silk organza blue fountain.A bridge on either side ,,rl 1 4
gown, designed with a portrait "V" connected the two other cakes on ,. ti r.
neckline that was enhanced by Ed- pillars and again to another cake in .x : TO QUALIFIED
wardian sleeves with lace inserts front. All six cakes were decoratedin = C .. yb
and a wide lace ruffle at the elbow. blue flowers and had a ceramic ;, \ BUYERS
The fitted bodice was accented in bride and groom on both the top and J, : a
chantilly lace and pearls and a full bottom layers. Fern and pink and -- ,
skirt with three tiers of lace trim blue carnations were all around the wui nx Nrv
that flowed into a cathedral train cakes and fountain. ,
that was a cascade of lace ruffles. The grooms table held a silver 4
The bride also wore a Victorian hat champagne fountain and a crystal 1129.95
of organza and lace trimmed in punch bowl and a groom's cake witha WE WANT TO BE
pearls with a long veil of French illu- comical top.Attending Reg. $1389.95
the fountain and punch TAKEN FOR A RIDE

sion.The bride's bouquet was a free bowl was Mrs. Gloria Dean, aunt of
form cascade of white roses, and the bride, from Houston, Texas.At .- Many mowers in stock to choose from
blue miniature carnations and one end of the Spanish Court Electric start starting at $899.95
baby's breath. was a long table with hot and cold Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Kersey lID

The maid of honor was Miss Doric foods with two large wedding floral YOUR CHOICE -
Peyton and attendants were Mrs. arrangements of pink, blue and OPTIONAL GRASS CATCHERS
Gwen Hamilton and Miss Janet white flowers.
Hatch. They were attired alike in Hostesses were Miss Donna Ross, Reddish and Riggs Given
blue taffeta dresses with off the Miss Rhonda Bennett, Mrs. Frances
shoulder necklines with a ruffle all Johnson, Mrs. Karen Bryant, Mrs.
around, fitted waists and full long Emma Hill and Mrs. Nan Brown. "Back to School" .
skirts. They carried miniature ver- Keyboard music for the receptionwas PartyBarry
sions of the bride's bouquet with additions provided by Bobby Bryant.
of small pink lilies and After a wedding trip to Panama Reddish was given a "backto At seven o'clock the remainder of
miniature pink carnations. City Beach, the couple will live in school" party Monday, Aug, 12, at the guests arrived for the barbeque
Starke. the Paulk residence on Crosby Lake supper which consisted of barbecue Model 59111EuyEmpty / pA Model 99122
by his sister, Miss Lisa Reddish. ham, ribs and chicken served with
b"' Barry and Lisa are the son and various dished to compliment the I Grast Catcher Bagger
Luclna Griffis, daughter of Vernon and Sylvia Red supper. This was all topped off witha
Wilford BattenTo dish of Bayless Highway. huge hot pear cobbler baked by the

Wed Aug. 24 young Invited Reddish to share was John the honor Riggs,with son honoree's Among mother.the 40 guests were UP TO '120 TRADE-IN ON A TORO

Keri Amber and Corby Lacy Grif- of Mr. and Mrs. Don Riggs also of classmates and co-workers from the
fis announce the approaching mar Bayless Highway, who will be Red- meat department of Winn-Dixie LAWN/ MOWER NOW/
riage of their mother, Lucinda Grif- "b tr dish's roomate this fall. The two where both Reddish and Riggs had .
f is to Wilford Batten which will take young men leave this week for worked part time the past several -- -
place Saturday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m. at Tallahassee where they will enter years. Also on hand to bid the young W as. ra
Evergreen Baptist Church in their Junior year at FSU. men goodby was Gregg Padgett, Prices
and Start at
Lawtey, with a reception following ? The Back to School party was pat Assistant Manager of the store
in the Fellowship Hall. terned after an Old Fashioned Coun- Wayne Moore, manager of the meat '
All friends and relatives are cor try Barbeque" with some guests ar department of Wlnn-Dixie. $27995with -- -
dially invited at attend. riving about noon to help with the
"cookin" while others came in the Realtors to Hold trade
afternoon and enjoyed swimming,
.++ boating and skiing. Two snack bars Summer Outing SaturdayThe Model 16785
The Quinton VaughansHost
were set up on the patio for the cooks Bradford-Union Board of
Rehearsal Dinner Barbara Susan Bollen and StephenP. and swimmers. Realtors will have their annual summer i M1r

I Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Vaughan of Hall outing Saturday, August 24, (
beginning at 2 p.m. at the Kingsley s
Tallahassee gave a dinner party Fri Push it. %
Barbara Bollen Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. Delano ..
day evening, Aug. 9 in the China ,,,,,
I'J' Restaurant for their son; Terry 4luld St.p"'H" | PJ1T")1nJU' nKeryAT9 a, -AMHOUNC1N .Thomas: Firelane, Chairman No.,55.requests,CeceliaTerwille'gar ,, iat '",GarryJt; ;.", in r>,< 'ii---
Jennifer Nix after 1 the cou
fiancee. ;
pie's wedding rehearsal.The To Wed Sept. 21 that 'all realtors and realtors Drag it. ..
associates come and invite special
U-shaped table was centered of friends for this special occasion. TRADE IT!
with an arrangement of pink silk Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Bollen
carnations and pink candles in Palm Bay announce the engagementand Jonathan Dolph Krddlsh
crystal holders extended down the approaching marriage of their Reception SundayTo -_
length of the side tables. The thirty daughter, Barbara Susan of Orlandoto Dr. and Mrs. Greg Reddish of i'
place settings were marked with Stephen P. Hall, Orlando, son of Orlando announce the birth of a son, Honor Rev. Best
magnetic note holders with bible Inscriptions Mr. and Mrs. Rodney P. Hall of Jonathan Dolph, born July 30 in Everyone is cordially invited to at

and names. Starke. Orlando. tend a reception Sunday, Aug. 25, BRYAN'S
During the dinner the honored cou The bride-elect is the grand Paternal grandparents are Sheriff from 3 to 5 p.m. in the First Baptist
pie presented gifts to their atten daughter of Mrs. Lloyd Love of Dolph Reddish of Starke and Mrs. Church Fellowship Hall to congratulate
dants. Locust Fork, Alabama and the Shirley Blaylock of Sl. Augustine. Rev. Robbie Best and his ACE HARDWARE
Attending were the Immediate bridegroom elect is the grandson of Paternal great grandmother is Mrs. wife Janet who were married June 1

families, wedding party and out-of- Mr.and Mrs. Clyde Hall of and Starke.Mr.and P.D. Reddish of Starke. in Salem Baptist Church in Apex, Palmetto & Nlghlingale Strs. U.S. 301 S.Starke.
Dansby all
Mrs. R.O. ,
town guests. N.C. where Rev. Best is an associate
Miss Bollen is a graduate of Evans pastor. Keystone Heights
High School in Orlando and attended Jody Craig Kigdon, Jr. Mrs. Best is employed by Central I 473.4006 964.4642
Valencia Community College there. Carolina Bank in Apex.
First PresbyteriansAttend The bridegroom elect graduatedfrom Mr. and Mrs.Jody Craig Rigdon of
Weekend Retreat Bradford High School in Starke announce the birth of a son,

families of the First Starke and the University of Central Jody Craig Rigdon,Jr., born Aug. 12
Members and at Florida in Orlando. at Humana Hospital in Orange Park.
Presbyterian Church gathered The wedding will take place on Maternal grandparents are Mr.
the Montgomery Camp on September 21 at The Reformation and Mrs. Bobby R. Lester of
Suwannee River, near Mayo, from
to Satur- Chapel, First Presbyterian Churchin Jacksonville. Maternal great grand-
Thursday evening, Aug.15 Orlando. mother is Mrs. Eileen Gilliard of
day, Aug 17, for a "family camp". Starke. Paternal grandparents are
Much fun and fellowship were Mr. and Mrs. Delacey Rigdon of
shared by the group as they canoed, Jacksonville and great grand

swam, sang to the accompaniment W.M. Raulerson Jr. parents are Mr. and Mrs. H.W.
of Rev. Jerry Patton on banjo- McHugh and Mr. and Mrs. Lester
mandolin and were entertained with R.M.C.S. Burch, all of Starke.
skits and songs by the youth group Retired After 30 Years I FOOD CITGO MARTPEPSI
and engaged in a goodly bit of
eating.To William M. Raulerson, Jr. Jeanna Danielle Hannon
everyones relief and pleasurewas R.M.C.S. of Middleburg, a 1945
the fact that mosquitos were graduate of Union High School, Timothy W. and Connie J. Hannonof B
virtually non-existent and such a retired July 1 on the USS Yorktown, Starke announce the birth of a
nice change from all the pesty in Charleston, S.C. after 30 years ser daughter, Jeanna Danielle, born
Aug. 11 in Alachua General Hospital. $
sects in Starke.Approximately. 40 members enjoyed vice.Among those attending the service Maternal grandparents are GeneW. .YOU'LL LOVE OUR PRICES

the affair. were his wife, Margaret, son Noegel of Starke and Mrs. ConnieA.
William M. Raulerson, HI, Mid- Potter of West Palm Beach.
dleburg, daughter, Peggy Jean Paternal Grandparents are Mr. and
Raulerson, Middleburg, daughter Mrs. Mark W. Hannon of Portville,
Linda Wilson, Lynn Renae Jett, Orange Park, son, N.Y.
Raulerson, Mid- Maternal great-grandmother is $1.69
Ty Jordon Wed James dleburg,Michael and mother, Lois Ethel Mrs. Dorothy E. Ashley of West 8Pk.16 01!. Returnable . . . .

Miss Linda Wilson of Interlocken.and Cone of Starke; four grandchildren Palm Beach. Paternal great-
Ty Jordon of Raiford, were wedon and friends from Tallahassee. grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. D.L.
August, 16, in Charleston, at the Raulerson and family are living in Wormer of Portville, N.Y. PEPSI 9ge

Citadel Chapel. The ceremony was Middleburg.Did 2 Liters . . . . . . . .
conducted by the bride's father, LearaDawnClanceMichael
Reverend Richard Wilson.
The maid of honor was Diane Wo- You Know........... and Alice Clance an
nounce the birth of a daughter,

jcik Wilson and the both brides sisters maid of was the Brenda bride. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief of Leara Dawn born Aug. 6 in Humana R.G. 2 Liters . . . . ... . . $1.09
Glenn Duke and Kingsley Lake and Mr.and Mrs. BobUnderbill Hospital, Orange Park. She joins a
Best men were
brother Dalon Michael 34,.
both brother-in-law of of Indilantic have returned
Mike Wojcik,
the groom. after spending two days with Mr. and Maternal Mrs. William grandparents( F. Atwood are, Sr.Mr.of Low Fat Milk $1.99 .
Linda !is employed by the Department and Mrs. J.W.Walker in Henderson, Starke. Great grandmothers are Gallon : . . . .
of Health and Rehabilitative N.C.; and toured Arizona for eight
Mrs. Oenie Thornton, maternal, of
services at Alligator Creek STOP. days. Atwood of
Starke and Mrs. Connie
Camp were she is a counselor.She is
Flarlda School of Mrs. A.J. Barry and daughter, Jacksonville. Paternal grand Homo Milk $2.35
a Arts graduate in Palatka.of the Ty is the Executive Adrienne of Starke and W.N. Barry, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Gallon. . ... . .

Director of the Industrial Complexof Sr. of Newberry spent July 26 to Clance of Keystone Heights.

Raiford, a sheltered workshop for Aug. 4 on a tour of Alaska.
retarded citizens. He is a graduateof
the Citadel,the Military College of Jeffrey W. Warren and three Card of ThanksThe Accepting USDA Food
South Carolina, where he earned hla ,children of Brandon spent last week 1960 Graduating Class of Stampsat
B.A. Degree and he has post bac with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bradford High School wishes to ex both locations.
calaureate courses towards his 'Warren. tend a heartfelt thanks to our 1985 ..
masters degree in adult education at Reunion Coordinator, Bobby Shan
the University of South Florida. Buddy Weaver of Peachtree City non. While many people worked
The couple will reside in Starke. Ga. spent the weekend with his dilegently with Bobby' to organizeour GASOLINE AT COMPETITIVE PRICES .
mother, Mrs. EmmaRene Weaver. reunion of July 27th, we believe

Did You Know........... that its success was due to Bobby's .
Mrs. Frank Mitchell returned Sun- untiring efforts and his contagious I 705 N. Temple 834 Madison St.
day after two weeks in Thomson, enthusiasm. 2 Locations .
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin returned Ga. caring for her mother,Mrs. Nell Thank you Bobby for your part in -
Thursday of last week from a four Rogers, who is laid up with a broken making our 25th Reunion a truly Storks Fla Starke FlaI ;

month motor home trip to Westerm hip received in a fall in her yard. memorable and fun-filled evening! . .
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.Ii Rev Jerry Patton Ordained and Given Reception versa ?s, '., 'z --C: .

Sunday at First Presbyterian Church .. _

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The ordination and installation of PtesbyterlanLhurchlIderGuyAn-! and gladiolus centerpiece on the
Jerry Lynn Patton was held Sunday drews and Elder JoAnn Copeland, table and Naomi Herres providedtwo
night, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. in the First First Presbyterian Church, Starke arrangements of roses. at pointsof
Presbyterian Church. and sitting with the commission was interest.
The commission to ordain and install Rev. Dr. James W. Patten, Trinity
were the Rev. Doctor Ed Presbyterian Church, Nashville,
Tenn., brother of Rev. Patton. Among the guests were Rev. Pat-
Albright,Jr.,executive Presbyter of ton's mother and twb sisters: Mrs.
Following the installation a
Church recep-
St. Augustine Presbyterian ,
Maggie Patton of Nashville Tenn.
tion was held in the Fellowship Hall.
Rev. Roland Castro of Middleburg
Mrs. Betty of Watertown
Punch, finger sandwiches and
Presbyterian Church, Rev. Jim
Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs.
served also with cake )7f
First snacks were a
Hedges, associate minister of
Scales and children James and
Presbyterian Church of Ocala, made by Beverly Macchia. Maria
Amanda of Murfreesboro Tenn.
Elder Diane Meek of Jacksonville Wallace furnished the yellow mum


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Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Hernandezwere a
at the Hyatt Hotel in Orlando
over the weekend where Dr. Her- Rev.Jerry Patton
John Griffin, Mrs. W.H.
Mrs. nandez attended a seminar spon-
Thomson, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. sored by Creighton University on Gardening the lKa d I
Ellis of
Francis Merlie, Mrs.J. Byrd Cardiac Arrhythmia.Mr. .
ala Starke, Marie Schmidt of Keystone Dog Days of August

Heights and granddaughter and, Mrs.Lisa and Mrs. Henry Richarde and Gardening in Florida during the
Mollie of Providence Pa. family of Pascagoula, Miss spent summer months is difficult, but
James of Philadelphia, the past week with his mother, Mrs.
gardening during the month of
r July 27 to Aug. 15 touring the
spent H.M. Richarde.Mr. .
Canadian Rockies and Alaska. August is the ultimate trial for even
the most dedicated gardener. It is
and Mrs. T.C. Chastain and
usually so hot that most of us limit
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Chastain, Jr. i
our gardening to mowing the lawn.
a. and family spent Saturday and Sun-
However, many garden chores can
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrard of day at Busch Gardens. be accomplished early in the day or

A Lawtey are in the process of buyingthe Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams attended after an afternoon shower when
) Eve Godwin house on E. Call medical seminar at Amelia temperatures are tolerable for
a working outdoors. The following are
David Gaskins Street. Island Thursday to Sunday. some easy-to-do garden chores for

August. ..kti'
Local Youth Attends Centipede lawns can be fertilizedfor I k (

FFBF Safety Seminar the last time this year. A complete ,
fertilizer such a 16-4-8 should I I.
David Gaskins, son of Mr. and Community New :S be applied at the rate of 1 pound of
Mrs. Lane Gaskins representing actual nitrogen per 1000 square feet
Bradford County Farm Bureau at- Elizabeth G, Walker sponsor a fish fry, Friday, August of lawn.
tended the recent 15th annual By 23. beginning at 5:30.: There will be Roses grow quite large in South
Florida Farm Bureau Federation Phone 96-1-66S3 dinner and sandwiches.The public is Florida and a late August pruning is
Youth Safety Seminar at camp in invited to attend. recommended, Remove healthy top
Ocala National Forest. David participated Greater Allen Chapel The Youth Church will render a growth as well as twigs and bran-
in the program designed to A.M.E. Church service Friday, August 23, at 8 p,m. ches that are dead, diseased, in-
maintainan interest in Farm Bureau Sunday, 3 p.m., Aug. 25, the jured, unsightly or thin and spindly.
and Safety as a way of life. Rev. R.J. Blane, presiding Elderof Deaconesses will celebrate their an- Shorten main canes and lateralll i 1
The training and safety programs West Jacksonville, will hold the niversary. The speaker will be Rev. branches removing small '
offered to students include such fourth Quarterly Conference Sunday R.G. (Ricky) Norman of Starke. All some of the oldest canes. Leave at
topics as proper firearm handling, August 25, at 11:00 a.m. All boardsare are invited to attend. least half the length of each main I
wildlife indentification, first aid, asked to have a written report. cane that is one to three years old. a
survival, rifle marksmanship at an Services Set The first flowers can be expected
approved rifle range, highway safe- eight to nine weeks after pruning.If .
ty, and fire and electrical safety. Meeting For Ella Mae Tucker you're growing mums or

Several are certified courses. Lawtey Church of Christ, Lawtey, Funeral services for Mrs. Ella poinsetlas for winter color, this is
"We have personnel from Florida Time: 3:00 p.m. Sunday and will Mae Tucker who passed away Fri- the last month you should pinch
Farm Bureau,as well as various fire continue to 7:30: p.m.; Date: August day, Aug. 16, will be held Saturday, these plants to increase blooms. Pin-
and law enforcement agencies, con- 25-30; Speaker: Brother Joe Felton Aug. 25. at 2 p.m. at Greater Allen ching back the stem tips will promote .. .- .
duct the courses," says James from Coca.Greater. Chapel A.M.E. Church. heavier flowering because of
Gaskins, President of Bradford Haile Funeral Home, 802 N. Oak increased branching. But, if you
County Farm Bureau. "The program Bethlehem Street, is in charge of arrangements. wait too late, pinching will remove
covers three major areas of flower buds and thus reduce flowers
safety: hunter and firearm safety, Freewill Baptist ChurchThe this fall, f

water safety and survival, and farm Men's Youth Ministry will .
equipment and machinery safety.
Students attending these courses
receive training in safety in an en- Social Side Club News

joyable atmosphere." Gaskins says. ServicemenSgt. NoticesOJ ,wyytP

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Russell Wood Celebrates C.M. Betton

Retirement with PartiesOn Gets Achievement Award News WeddingsReceptions

Friday, Aug. 16. at the FloridaAir Sgt. Charles M. Benton, son of ff
National Guard Base in Jackson- Jack Benton of Rural Route 1, Parties
ville, Master Sgt. Russell Wood was Brooker, has been decorated with Gladys Mooty' #f ,
the Air Force Achievement Medal at
his and retire-
honored on birthday
ment with cake, punch and a Belly Andersen Air Force Medal Base Guam.
The Achievement is awarded
Gram by Regina.He
to airmen for meritorious ser-
was presented a plaque
observing his 38 years in the Florida vice, acts of courage. or other ac
Air National Guard. complishments.Benton -
Enjoying the evening with him is a communications -
was his wife, Natalie and his equipment specialist with the 27th ;
daughter,Wanda Porter of Jackson- Information Systems Squadron.He -R Cs 'S
is 1979 of Bucholtz
ville as well as his fellow co- a graduate .
School Gainesville.Pvt. ,
High ,
workers. The event was \
him as a memento of the occa-
T.W. Geiger -.
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Saturday, Aug. 17 Wood was Reports to Ft. CampbellArmy ., --t1';';'" \
again honored with a cookout at the jJ : ,'I'r I i1'" 'r.i]11 11t.
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NCO Lodge at Camp Blanding where Private Timothy W. Geiger, : ..: 1.iiJ. i.i.l; 1 [lm
approximately 100 guests called bet- son of Anthony C. and Wilma E. -- -
ween the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Geiger of Rural Route 4, Starke, has : \. = = : :: lctIm.
This event was also video taped by arrived for duty at Fort Campbell, .
his nephew David Marlowe of ;: :;
Jacksonville.Mrs. Ky.Geiger, a wheeled-vehicle
Bud Spears,Ms. Dee Gaskins mechanic with the 101st Airborne
and George Crusze assisted in serving Division, was previously assigned at
along with the children of Mr. Fort Benning, Ga. L ;9
Wood, Mrs. Charles Porter of His wife, Tamara, is the daughterof A1NT ''eErrrS"Moore's WE'RE LOOKING OUT
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P.Junge of Rural Route 4,Toledo,
Wood, Mrs. Daryl Hilliard and Mr. Ohio. -
and Mrs. Wayne Wood, all of Starke. The private is a 1982 graduate of FOR MORE THAN
Bradford High School. ffuIJCJ

Did You Know........... Cadet G.J. Reddish 8Ji Come In and See JUST YOUR ELECTRICITY

Receives Award Our Selection
lllJt Large
achieved Grady M. Pauley 4.0 of Lawtey Cadet Gary J. Reddish Jr., son of q U1 FPL introduces Radio Watch. It's similarto
a perfect grade point of Paint
Gary Reddish of 1250 N. Grand St., lo1t
average Florida at the University of Central Starke, received practical work in most neighborhood err'.ie watch programsbut

semester. during the summer military leadership at the U.S.Army has the added advantage of utilizing
ROTC advanced camp, Fort Bragg,
N.C. FPLs resources.All .
Herbert A. Green, Jr. graduatedfrom Regal
the University of North Floridaon Lunch Menus FPLs 3,000 radio dispatched vehi-

Aug. 3 with a Bachelor of __ Wall cles are on the lookout for crime, suspicious
I Business Administration in Accoun- Bradford Elem.&Middle School _
ting degree. He is the son of Mr. and Monday. August 26: Hamburger On Bun Let- ; Satin activity accidents and emergencies.Our .
Mrs. Herbert A. Green, Sr. of luce Milk Tomato Pickle,Buttered Corn,Peaches, drivers have been specially trained,

Starke. Tuesday August 17: Spaghetti W Meat Sauce ; $1409 with local
t in cooperation police depart-
Cheese Stlx, Garden Salad Apple Crisp< Hot ,

Rolls MilkWedn""day.. Auguil 28- Cuban Sandwich ColeSlaw i i Gallon ments, to observe and report. Obviously

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Haas visited Thursday.; ,Fruit August Cup Cookie 29: Chicken Milk Nuggets, French they have no police power but will functionas last and Thursday Mrs. MarkTrimpey to Saturday.Mrs. in. Tam- Fries Milk Green Beans,Fruit Jello,Cinnamon Roll, an extra 3,000 pairs of eyes to aid you.

Friday Aujunt 30.: BBQ on Bun Mixed At FPL we believe that crime is everybody's
Richard Hobbs and childrenand Vegetables Applesauce Cookie Milk
concern. And since we're part of
Mrs. Peggy Thomas of
ville were last Thursday luncheon Bradford High School "everybody";; we want to do what we can.
guests of Mrs. Gladys Hobbs.
Monday. Auguil 2Si Hamburger on Bun Let-
lice Tomato It Pickle Buttered Corn
Mr._ and'Mrs.. Gary Brewer and Strawberry; Shortcake Milk wtar
sons and Mr and Mrs. Don Patray Tueiday AURU 21: Spaghetti W Meat Sauce $17961Gallon :
attended the Oliver play at the Cheese Stlx Garden Salad Apple Crisp Hot
Alhambra dinner theatre last Thurs- Rolls MilkWedn""day.. August 2111 Whaler On A Bun
day night. They all spent Friday to French Fries Cole Slaw, Butterscotch Squares, QOnGt ax ).uu.r rN.r
Sunday in Savannah, Ga. Milk ,
Thurnday Auifusl 29: Pine Green Beans
Peaches Cinnamon Roll. Milk;
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch and Friday August 30: Fried Chicken Maahed
children left last Thursday for Potatoes Gravy,Turnip Greens coconut Cake,
several days camping. trip in South Hot Rolls, Milk Rich
Florida. -
ALA-CARTE and natural tones of

Janet Turner, Betty Anne Phillipsand MonHny'-Plzia. Cheeseburger, French Fries, yesterday formulated 102 E. Brownlee ,I '
Ann Godwin spend last week at Milkshakes Orange Juice to provide maximum wit

Regency Towers at Panama City Milkshakes Tueiday-Corndogs, French. Hamburgers fclisi" ,Pizza, Orange Juice protection today. Next to Automotive

Beach. Wtdntiday.pliia. French Fries, : r
Cheeseburgers Orange Juice Milkshakes Parts Center """ (
Laura and Beth Goldwire of Fort Tkundav-Chtcfcen Nuggets French Fries Ham MooePAINTS a
)urgers:French Fries,Pizza.MilkshakesfrMuvPizza. !
their grand- ,
Lauderdale arelsiting Cheeseburgers French Fries 964-4442
mother. Mr: Gladys Goldwire this Orange Juice Milkshakes,
werk. Each day students have 0 choice of a hot lunch
ur salad bar nr they may purchase la-carle

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August, 1985 TELEGRAPII

I Hampton Hilites

friends here. On Thursday, Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. in New Teachers
By Dolores Meng Starke. Aug. 27 -Terry Kerschner; Aug. 28- the school, a PTA Advisory Meetingis
Phone 46HI913Open Angela Thomas: Aug. 29 Denise Mrs. Lucy Hodges and Mrs. Linda scheduled. Plans for the school Joe Watson of Keystone Heights is
Parmenter returned home last year will be discussed.All interested the new Kindergarten teacher. He
Other Curtis and Ruth Meng; Aug.30-Ver-
August BirthdaysAug. dis Hawkins and Dink Baker; Aug. Wednesday. after two weeks European persons are invited to attend. formerly taught at Starke Elemen-
2 Claire Brunetti trip.Among tary School.
; Aug. 5 31. Joshua Meng.
House CelebrationOn Tommy Meng; Aug. Jennie Rhea, highlights of their trip School Starts Monday Steve Acree of Gainesville will be
Saturday, Mike Mowry, Gene Joyner and VacationersRandy were London, England, where they teaching sixth and seventh grades
House Party is August to be held 31 an Open Dolores Meng; Aug. 10 Timmy saw the changing of the guard, Summer vacation is over for the subjects of reading, writing,
Ina Home at her for Mrs Slater; Aug. 11 Melissa Williams; Parado left on Monday Buckingham Palace and the Towerof students and teachers. On Monday, spelling and math as well as
in Hampton.Friends new home on SR 18 Aug. 12 David Parker and Derrick following one week's visit with his London. Aug. 26, school will begin for assisting with the afternoon physical
are invited Jenkins; Aug. 1C Tracy family and friends. He is a fourth In Paris France, they saw the Kindergarten through seventh education program. Mr. Acree
to call between Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral. grades. Classes will begin at 7:45: previously taught at
the hours of 7 and Youngblood; Aug. 19 Tim Crews, year student at Georgetown Univer- Lawteya.m.
9 p.m. Charles Woodard and June Had- sity and was accompanied by his They also traveled to Munich, Ger- and end at 2p.m. Elementary School.Volunteers .
dock; Aug. 20 Freda Mitchell and friend, Bridget Cochran of Virginia many, Leichtenstein, Austria and Bus schedules will be the same as
RecuperatingMrs. David Meng; Aug. 21 Henry Beach who also attends Georgetown.Joe Switzerland. They were thrilled with the close of school in June. Needed
Francis Wadsworth Rhoden and Pam McWilliams; Aug. the cog wheel train trip up to Mr. Teacher's and school personnel
home last returned 24 Amy Williams; Aug. 25 Rodney and Debbie Meng of Pilatus.Among other things they enjoyed returned on Tuesday to spend the Volunteers for classroomsweek
several days Thursday at Bradford following Hospital Padgett; Aug. 26 Edward Baker; Thomasville, Ga. spent several days was a boat trip on the Rhine preparing the classrooms for assistance and help with PTA protects
this week visiting relatives and River. the students. are needed at the school.

Inc.Mrs..; Lillian Hall returned home WS!l ,,, ,,,,-,, .-. .. ...............................
on Friday M r/I##/ i///#/#////////////////////:/ / / /" //" "" "' "''''''''''''''''u''um'''''''''''' ''''''
several weeks after at being North treated Florida for // %//%/%%%% /% /% // %0i

Regional Hospital.Vacationers II

Lola Williamson HomeMrs. and Mrs. I lli .eA'BC1).s I I

Dottie Mitzel spent two weeks : ..
recently! traveling through Georgia, i
Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland i
kilw- KennS/uania-! One of the i
their trip was Lurey's i I.
Cavern .in Virginia. They enjoyed i III

the scenic beauty along the way. i I AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE o IN
Anthony and Cecelia Grispino left i I '
for their home in '
Columbus, Ohio,on '
Sale prices good thru Sat. I
Saturday after 24th.
spending one week ..Augusl .
yellow pio" "> the lcktld MitKl.
with her
sister and ..
husband, Wilma- nun the right to limit quintltle..

jean trips! and to Clearwater Red Terry., St.They Augustineand enjoyed j j I Come I In & pick up our_12-page sale circular for over_150 more savings. .1

Gainesville<<; as well as visiting -
and shopping. j ,m
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Aunt Belle Celebrates W0 .-.--, .- ..! .111

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Among family members '''' '' .
celebrating with Mrs. Belle Brown !I I1rJ .. tnoI JO i f : : : -I
last Sunday on the occastion of her j E
96th birthday which !
occurs on Aug.
21 were Mrs. Katherine Carbone !Ilf I arsra '. II iiiS l -. ;

from Roselle, New Jersey, Mr. and I. ___
Mrs. Gordon West of Miami, Frank j _
Stephen and Cynthia Brown of !I AIM or PEPSODENT VIDAL BASSOON DimCELL TlDE.- I IIII
Winter Haven, Topsy, Van, Robyn BATTERIES LIQUID COXE{ TAB or SPRITE

and Reggie Brown of Hampton and __
Mrs. Sue Brannen of Bedford Lake. !
They all enjoyed a celebration din- E1149

ner together at the Holiday Inn in !j III 1'SHAMPOO III

j or /W"/ or "AAA" 64-02. .CAN s
Felton to Host 1 Limit 2 RINSE 8-OZ. 2-PACK Price reflects

Revival Meeting j CHOICE OF TYPES 50' off label.

Aug. 26-30 in Lavvtey i I/J AIM 6402. or PEPSODENT 6.5-02. I

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A revival meeting is set August i
26-30 at the Church of Christ in i "ECKERD ,COUPO" !I
Lawtey. i .. -" '
The will be Joe i : LaglA NIrg l
guest speaker .
Felton of Cocoa. i !: ill
Felton is a prior resident of i '
Lawtey who is coming home to i I : DI I
render the gosphel meeting. Start i lit j.
time is 7:30: p.m. Monday though i : U Ut I

Friday next week. i ii J i"I ? i
He is asking all friends, relativesand i I :3JL4tI NCA.ecoL I I
classmates to come to the i : _. : I I I
meeting, said Curtis White of i
or ?
.. -.. '-"'!< i .coe >/ 1'.wrt '." M OO or UOV BlC- 99 PUCK OF 20" 83 NOTEBOOK 120 SHEETS OmJ YHAOWIZEP505
"......... a : Off Coupon: :: 8/24/85 5-PACK .... 1.s9 '''. 85' each II
Some Wildlife Funds j I

Aren't Helping Much i : 'I pderli' M

Fresh Water Commission is caution- S.
Ing wildlife lovers to be cautious I SPOT REBATES h" III
about contributing money to unfamiliar j,1,1'I:: I Y .
organizations for wildlife Fsit f
conversation efforts. !I m
During recent weeks, the Commis- .. J
sion has received numerous in- I

quiries concerning fund-raisers who _ _ _ NO NEED TO WAIT. _ _ _
may be doing little or nothing to supj j I LADY'S CHOICE VAIARIA Pick up our in-store PENCIL CAP PAPER'MATE
"Florida panthers and manateesare I 1 69 202..3 SCENTS 6 99 2-OZ. instant rebate sheets. 23 PINK ERASER 1 .27 PEN .... 2.08
good examples of animals that a Reg 391 each
lot of people want to save from the I
threat of extinction," said Dommis-
sion attorney Dan Stengle. "It is I I ,
great that people are eager to help, S\\'lobe Pedigrbe ,, '1 IIIIII IIIIIII
but they should pay attention to what ; _. .. t t::+ s y
their money actually is going for." !I -_- ,+ ;;:t:
Reputable fund-raising organizations -
try to keep administrative I
costs to a minimum, Stangle said,
but other organizations may not. I I
"The law requires that organizations H fID
put charitable contributions to Ai.a. '

charitable purposes," Stengle said. !I _ _ _ _
their money to charitable causes SUOAFEO 48'. or NATURAL OYSTER SHELL SOAP 4V.OZ.3PACK C CRAYONS BINDER
after the salaries of their officers !I 2. 97 ACTIFED 2..'. 2.27 CALCIUM with 79 57 12-PK. Reg. 1.09 1 19 Reg. 1.95
and employees are paid." TABLETS Limit 2 VITAMIN D 100'f
Some fund-raising firms !
make themselves appear more mal !
W.nb rM A e..n.I W
ficial" by adopting names that !I C w.n, uIMIM IIII
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sound like government agencies. MM"w. pro II IZ \
One example is the Florida En- !I n.nm.RNtF ee I
vironmental and Wildlife Commission '
which was chartered March 1 !I
as a non-profit organization to raise III
money for panther and manatee D ORAL a ..../4
preservation programs. !I A.
"Some of the people who donated 111
to the organization may have ..I .' \j -
thought the money was going to the !I
mission," Stengle said. "But the 1.00 DM" CIGARETTES 2.37 PANTY HOSE .4.00 :w: KEYW1NO ALARM 14.99 LAMP with CLOCK *7.99 CLIP-ON
organization is In no way affiliated !I ONE CAR ION 4 TYPES CHOICE Of SHADES 4.88 ._... CLOCK #292 Reg. 1..99 / DESK LAMP.
49911 7.19 Reg. 9 99 IIII
with the Game and Fresh Water OFF Reg. Reg. 2.99 to 3.29 Reg 11.99
Fish Commission. As of this date, !
the organization has not provided !I -
any money to the Commission for -
panther preservation." !I ,.
The Florida Department of .
Natural Resources reports that the
organization has not provided !I \ rVn in;:?:I IIII
money for its manatee preservation OO Y.MtiJlU:

programs either. !!I : 11ii IIII

Co. Robert M. Brantley, the Com- i '-.
mission's executive director, urges /
contributors to be highly selective !

when money deciding to support where to endangered contribute (.f..99 ego MN 3-SPEEO#2193 3 9. 9 9 CAMElS EVERfWK' 1 14.90 AUK:PORTABLE'RP5230 3.49 STEOACH IIWII. ANT I-SL, 8O n lIeg.SWEEPER 13.99 9. 9 9 liED.STORAGE WHITE DRAWERS or MOCHA IIIII

species or any other cause. R 2799 IJ580 11.1I1 .... 3.11 lIeg. 1U9
"People shoved be cautious about !, The Care Bean
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contributing to any organization that rewarding kids who car r--------- r.I
sounds like a PAa "Generic Drugs are not I I I
has a name that and has people LA.uHN, .,W'..II'I 'Id.S VISA I FREE I
government agency :: created With next;
/ equal. your
soliciting door-to-door and telephone !4.'!! .' I System 2 roll or I I II I II
said. "Govern- I
solicitors Brantly Generic drug rave you money Bui all generic drugs are not created j I MEMORY disc film II
ment agencies don't raise money equal Eckerd requirei thai eacn generic drug manuiaeturw poll uui. I Processing
that way. And the Commission Eckerd own 18 step MMciion process And only'IIUM' (rial pan gel ) -:: I .. I
seldom authorizes the use of its !the Eckerd MO Seal PO.PnarmaaH nailed QuaMy mem you nays [_I I MAl L E R limit cuslome 1 memory, mallet .. IOne
lociillce high quality 'lor a low Eckerd generic price .. per
_v S display I In the
card good !
name by fund-raisers. drugstore II letter than me rut Cckerd. I "
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0 department for .complete ::::: : :. .,,,
He said anyons who has suspicions detain.I II
or questions about fund-raising efforts -
for wildlife causes should con-
tact the Commission or local law enforcement

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1 i ., !1tJ. borrow in
,I H'i, pit Speedville areaBorrow

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I I '", .. .. pit operator Jack Fagansees Fagan a special permit. to operatethe wrence Mosley said he couldn't see
y, } ''',. :"h. no sense in building a fence borrow pit, but on. certain conditions three strand barbed wire, but how
....' ].I. t around the pit as long as the sides : about five strands? The board

I \ n'1., r I' 1 y ni are sloped. 1) That an American wire fence be 'agreed to a five-strand, barbed-wire
I ,1 4 4 erected around the 12-acre pit to pre- fence, as opposed to American wire.
I County Commission Chairman vent someone from driving off the

'f k $ Maxie Carter wouldn't back off the edge of the deep pit. Fagan said five strands of barbed

! fence requirement. 2) That the pit not be dug deeper wire wouldn't be much less expen-

than 30 feet. sive than American wire, and he still
Fagan became forceful. The face 3) That debris on the property be argued for a three-strand fence.
of Chairman Carter became flushed removed.

with red as the heated "discussion"went 4)) That no other debris be placedin "Mr. Fagan, I don't believe the
on for more than an hour Mon the landfill pit. board will go along with no fence,"
day, Aug. 12, before the commission."Mr. 5)).That Fagan dig no closer than Waters said.Mosley .'
Fagan your time is up," 50 feet to adjoining property lines. then moved to require a
d Chairman Carter finally said as 6) That the side of the borrow pit five-strand, barbed-wire fence. The
Fagan began to verbally attack Zon- be sloped to 43: degrees or less. motion passed 4-0.
ing Director L.M. Gaines as the In-
stigator of his problem.For visiting the site the after-
noon of Aug. 12 commissioners said
over a year Fagan has been Fagan has Uneven Treatment...
completed none of the six
battling the order
county's to improve
, the safety and environmental requirements he was given 60 days Fagan said the county's own borrow -

; ,,.w standards at his borrow pit on SR- to complete back in April 1984. There pit had the same violation problems
,y'tt 21B in the Speedville area SW of is still all types of debris in the pit, as his borrow pit. There is one
Keystone Heights. Fagan appeared Chairman Carter said. set of rules for the county, another
to ask the for the rest, Fagan said.
Monday commission not to The
case been in court since
Carter said that had
require him to fence the borrow pit. July 2, 1984, but has been continued been true but the Is
county's pit now
does it with mirror Repeatedly, Fagan told commissioners repeatedly. Fagan has changed attorneys fenced. It
a or... he sees no sense in going to four times the state was embarrassing, Carter
attorney's admitted. Last August the
t 1&'lIlIot bad liivkwhrii Alan 'al.tilllll.t'ilks a iniiior, Fonda Marlin 1"hc't'll In business for themselves the expense in erecting a $4,000 office here states. erected a fence around its borrow county
because c hat his business Is all about making American wire fence. The pit wouldbe pit
\ since AIII'illlllld hair' round Starke II good place to bepieces adjacent to its landfill near KH.
i of glasstit while he wiints UK-MI to. Alan and pith heir Lake Area Class und Mirror safe if the sides are sloped, Fagan then
company. charged direc-
, said. If the commission would agreeto Demands Excessive...
tor L.M.
drop the fencing requirement he "This board made excessive .Gaines with instigating his
would complete the sloping within 30 demands," Fagan told the commis-
that point Chairman Carter told
When cut of days Fagan bargained. sioners. Fagan his time before the board was
a piece glassconcentration
you j! Fagan said he just doesn't see the
Developer Jack Jourtnay: told need for a fence. up."From behavior
your I can
commissioners if a motorbike or The
morning of Aug. 12 new com- understand why he (Chairman
3-wheeler rider off the of
ran edge
missioner Wilbur Waters said the Carter) said that," Commissioner
the borrow the fall would probablykill $4,000 American wire fence might be E.W. Hodges told the departing
is must him. asking too much. None of the other Fagan.
a borrow first to
Fagan's pit came commissioners supported Waters. Gaines the is not sub-
says county
the attention of the county zoning of- When Waters got back from the borrow ject to the requirements placed on

I It's a long way to Jacksonville or with a Broward County company he it's just ri matter of tracing the pat- fice when he increased activity and pit that afternoon, he announced Fagan's borrow pit. The zoning or-
l Gainesville for local contractors and worked his through intern- began hauling fill for the Bradford his support for a fence.
way an tern and cutting it out. If not, Martin dinance also allows the county to require -
I individuals to go to obtain glass and ship program before heading north. has to make a pattern from Hospital. Zoning Director L.M. Fagan asked if the board would a concrete fence around bor-
: mirrors, which is why Alan and Fon- ,He and his wife made the break for the piece of furniture paper and then make Gaines found Fagan was operatingthe allow him to erect a three-strand, row pits, and that rule could be enforced
da Martin opened Lake Area Glass North Florida about six years ago his cuts back at the shop. borrow pit without a permit. In barbed-wire fence. Chairman Carter on Fagan if the commission
: and Mirror on US-301 south in Starke and now live in the Keystone area Businesses which have benefitted February, 1984 the county gave opposed that. Commissioner Lar- choses, Gaines says.

I this spring. with their two-year-old daughter.Five from a local glass man have ranged
on April 1, the new with a glass in
Opened years company from the Fashion Stop on 301, to
i business is a full-service glass supplier Gainesville, and he was ready to Starke Power Eqipment to the mirrored -
for the area. They can cut a start out on his own here in Starke. display in Williams Jewelry Rehab (from page IA>

piece of glass to fit a broken window "Kind of my speciality, mirrowed Store. Emergency service is even
r for the do-it-yourself homeowner or walls," said Alan. "I've done a lot of available, if there is a real need. than the city's 25 percent invest- side groundwater from getting into sive plan. With the election ot the
install a store front plate glass win- them." When holes are needed in a pieceof ment, for which a $400,000 figure was the system, thus making less water current Republican administration,
t, dow.Alan This type of work demands quite a glass, out comes a special drill to used Tuesday night. From the ci for the treatment plant to process. EPA came off the spray Irrigation
Martin handles the heavy lot of patience he explained, since it make the needed cuts. Using a ty's point of view, sufficient sewer For years the city has been working system instead offering to help fund
j end of the company while wife, Fon- is tedious work. Walls which aren't hollow bit covered with industrial rehabilitation projects should be applied under a 201 Facilities Plan with the project to increase the efficiencyof
da, manages the office and keeps up plumb or square require extensive diamond dust and cooled with anti- for to cover what the property EPA. Under the plan the city has the treatment plan, which is what
with the paperwork. Right now it is shimming-out and trimming to get freeze, holes are ground through the might bring. received several millions of dollarsto engineer Ruckman had recommended -
!+ just the two of them with extra help the mirrors to look right he said. His glass piece. The commission approved the application upgrade the sewer treatment in the first place.

t. called in on an as-needed basis. biggest job so far was for his boss in It comes in handy for notches for the $634,000 to EPA, system. The lastest project, com- Since then, the city has been the
"We've been real fortunate, real Gainesville where he put in bronze around roof beams and for electrical which would go to seal leaks of out- pleted last year, was to install a bet- owner of a large piece of valuable
busy," says Fonda of their receptionin mirrors on a two-story wall at his outlets indicated Martin.As side groundwater into the sewer collection ter, faster digestion system at the property for which it has no use.

Starke. boss' house. you go in, there is a sign which system, and to refurbish the treatment plant. The city's option to use proceeds of
,, With 12years'experience in the Mirrored walls are much more says "No Bare Feet" and they meanit. pumping stations at Andrews, Pratt, The city has received federal the land sale to improve its sewer
glass business, Alan is no newcomerto. popular in Gainesville and the larger The floor is covered with tiny and Call Streets, and Saratoga monies' also to plan the rehabilitation system was one of several alter- -
.working with the sometimes dif- areas, Alan says. pieces of glass, according to Fonda Heights. ,'. program, to use TV cameras natives offered by EPA. City com-
filv>kwat tet>dlesaidthatafriendtl}'. ..,Table, tops _which have gotten from where the large pieces ot glass, : ]I Ruckman said he,will resubmit a.. and smoke to find IeaksinJhesewerl missiori" "lYaveled to Atlanta and ; >
of tiis IhTT.:'La'uderdale encouraged broken are another job taken on by are cut into smaller ones for use. 1< previously turned down application lines; some :vrhichwere-laid.iin Irf WashMgton, D.C on the problem. .
!, him to learn a trade and he took him the glassman, either at his shop or Alan can cut big pieces smaller, for the sewer rehabilitation program 1916. -
up on fit; Starting as a truck driver on site. If the pieces are big enough but he can't stretch them any larger and submit a new applicationfor The Mueller property is left over
the rehabilitation of the sewer from an aborted plan to spray the ci- Ruckman says it will probably be
pumping stations. ty's effluent from the treatment two months before the EPA reaction
R.IiHpn! i 1"1 to eliminate the out- plans over that property, an expen- will reach the city.
Legal Notices

PERSONS APPEARINGTO NOTICE Is hereby) Notice of Application for NOTICE OF APPLICATION owner, doing business Notice of Application for Notice of Application fur regular meeting held at
BE OWNERS OF given that on Monday. Tax Deed FOR AMENDMENTOF under,, the firm name of Tax Deed Tax Deed Boo: P.M. ol Town Hall,
Pursuant to Section 13. 10:00 O'clock A.M.. the GIVEN that Maude H. TOWN OF BROOKER, Temple Starke, Intendsto GIVEN that Dempsey R. GIVEN that E.M. LEWIS 10 1985 and will consider .
Chapter 717. Florida undersigned, Gator Grlffis the holder of the FLORIDAAn register said fictitious Sapp the holder of the OR EDDIE J. LEWIS the an Ordinance'
Statutes, entitled Freightways, 'Inc. will following certificates has ORDINANCE amen- name under the following certificates has holder of the following relating to:
"Florida Disposition of sell at public auction for filed said certificates fora ding the ComprehensiveLand aforesaid statute. filed said certificates fora certificates has filed said Amend the Comprehensive
Unclaimed PropertyAct" cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. tax deed to be Issued Use Plan Element Dated this 29 day of tax deed to be Issued certificates for a tax Land Use
notlc. I. hereby Jacksonville Florida, thereon The certificate and mop by Brooker, July. A.D. 1985 In Brad thereon The certificate deed to be Issued Plan to provide that
given that the persons one lot of side panels numbers and years of Issuance Florida. In accordancewith ford County. 8/1 41 8/22 numbers and years of Issuance thereon. The certificate lands currently classified
listed below appear to consigned to Lieharf the description the local Government the descriptionof numbers and years of issuance Single Family and
t be owners of unclaimed Chevy Homestead Fla. of the property, and the Comprehensive the property, and the the descriptionof designated by the planas
personal or Intangible to satisfy freight and names in which it wan Planning Act of 1975 as names In which is was the property, and the yellow, be
property presumed storage charges, under assessed are as follows: provided for In Chapter assessed are as follows: names In which It was reclassified to Mobile
abandoned. THIS DOES the provisions of Section Certificate No. 145 Yearof 163 of the Florida Certificate No. 8 Year of assessed are as follows: Home and de.lgnal.dbrown
NOT INVOLVE REAL 4b) of Uniform Standard Issuance 1983 Statutes.TO 'Issuance 1983D.scrlptlon Certificate No. 6 Year of the property) of T,
ESTATE. Bill of Lading Description of Property : All Citizens, Taxpayers of Property Issuance 1983D.scrlptlon and B.G. Jones, described
BRIGHT, HARRIDELLEP.O. Gator Freightways, Inc. 4606 LOTS 8 8 9 OF BLK and other Interest LOTS 4.5.6 OF BLK 15 IN of Property as follows:
BOX 5 Carrier 3 LAKE KINGSLEY HTS IN persons: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. TOWN OF NEW RIVER #0132.00101 1/4 INT OF Commence 679 Feet E. of
LAWTEY, FL 32058 01-566926 dtd 6/20/85 NE 1/4OFNE 1/4 SEC 3< You and each of you EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEC: 24 TWP 6S, R20. 3/128 INT TO MIN SW Corner of SE 1/4 and
16911984.0001 8/22 829'NOTICE Twp6S. R22. are hereby and herewith IN AND FOR BRAD- Name In which assessed RIGHTS IN SE1/4 OF run E 91 Feet N 240 Feet
DODD WILLIAM D. Name in which ossesser given notice in accordance FORD COUNTY, Arrena (Arrlne) Jones SW1/4 DESC IN OR 127 W 91 Feet S 240 Feet to
P.O. BOX 280 H.B. Mims with Florida FLORIDA. All of said property Pg. 345 IN THE PUBLIC PT of Beg RP 781.
STARKE FL 32091' All of said property Statutes that the Town CASE NO.: 8S-78-CP being in the County of RECORDS OF BRADFORD You are further given
1600-1984-0004 being In the County ot Council of Brooker, ((1.3660)) Bradford, State of COUNTY OR 127 Pg. 345 NOTICE that a copy of
DOWLING JR., ERNEST J. Bradford, State of Florida will conduct a IN RE: Estate of CORA Florida. Sec 21 TWP 6-S. R20. said proposed ORDINANCE .
570 W CALL ST Florida. public hearing at a MARIE H. VANDIEPEN, Unless such certificateor Name In which assessed Is available for
STARKE FL 32091 Unless such certificateor regular meeting held at Deceased certificates shall be Genevieve E. CrooksAll your 'Inspection at the
27751984.0146 is hereby certificates shall be 8:00 P.M. at Town Hall NOTICE OF AD. redeemed according to of said property Office of the Town Clerk,
lAWSON'S DAVID PAINT given that on Monday redeemed according to Brooker Florida on MINISTRATIONThe law the property described being In the County of Town Hall, Brooker
8. August 26, 1985 at 10:00 law the property described September 10, 1985 and administration of In such certificate or Bradford, State of Florida.
, SULLIVAN, FELIX o'clock A.M., the under In such certificate or will consider an Ordinance the Estate of CORA certificates will be soldto Florida. Each and every person
367 NORTH TEWPLE signed Gator certificates will be soldto relating to: MARIE H. VANDIEPEN, the highest bidder at Unless such certificateor having any interest
ii AVENUE Frieghtways, Inc. will the highest bidder at Amend the Comprehensive Deceased File No.: the court house door on certificates shall be whatever In the enactment -
STARKE. FL 32091 tell at public auction for the court house door on Land Use 85-78.CP ((1.3660)). is pending the 3rd day of redeemed according to of this proposed
14771984.0056 cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. the 17th day of Plan /provide that in the Circuit Court September, 1985. the law the property ORDINANCE should op-
"; RITCH CARRIE D. Jacksonville Fla., one September, 1985. lands currently classified for Bradford County, Dated this 10 day of described In such certificate pear and be heard at the
556 NORTH CHERRY lot of columns and Dated this 26th day of single family and Florida Probate Division June. 1985. GILBERT S. or certificateswill time and. place prescribed.
STREET brackets consigned to July. 1985.Signature. designated by the planas the address of BROWN CLERK be sold to the .
STARKE FL 32091 Ability Window, Cocoa BY Beulah yellow, be which is Bradford County Beulah Moody highest bidder at the TOWN COUNCIL TOWN
i 03401984.0017 Fla. to satisfy freight and Moody GILBERT S. reclassified to mobile Courthouse Post Office Clerk of Circuit Court;of court house door on the OF BROOKER FLORIDA
Information concerningthe storage charges, under BROWN home and designated Drawer B, Starke, Bradford County, Florida 3rd day of September, 8/22-9/5
i amount or description the provisions of Section Clerk of Circuit Court of brown the property of Florida 32091. The 1985. -
of the property (such 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill Bradford County, Jeanette Prescott names and addresses of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Dated this 11 day of
4 I as unclaimed checking of Lading. Florida 8/8 4t 8/29 described as follows: Lot the Personal Representative REGISTER FICTITIOUS July 1985.GILBERT ...-.--.,.....--'-
amounts savings accounts Gator Freightways, 'Inc. 3 of Block 11 1 In Ward City and the P.rsonolRepresentative's NAME S. BROWN .. "THE" \\\',
utility deposits, Carrier Section 8, Township 7 attorney Pursuant to Section CLERK E OFFICE I Itrii
," stocks bonds, Insurance 01-437841 dtd 2/2V/85 South, Range 20. .ore set forth 865.09, Florida Statutes, Beulah Moody SHOP
refunds, safe deposit 8/15 8/222tchg You are further given below. notice Is hereby given Clerk of Circuit Court of I I
boxes etc) and the NOTICE that a copy of All Interested persons that the undersigned Bradford County, Florida iow.collb.1'i 11
names and addresses of ,said proposed OR- are required to file with Harry E. Cooney and If"! I ,64.5764
the .holder 'of such personal DINANCE Is available this Court WITHIN THREE Marianna Cooney, Rt. 3 u 110ku Fl''O .
.' property may be your Inspection ot the MONTHS OF THE., FIRST Box 1403 Starke. Fla. .....:/, ....
,obtained by any person Office of the Town Clerk, 32091, joint owners -=-
\ possessing an interest in, NONPAYMENT OF Town Hall, Brooker NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Ing business under the
the property by addressIng Florida. against firm name of Old Glory
,' an inquiry to Gerald Notice Is hereby given TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS Each and every person ((2)) any objection by an Feed and Supplies, intends FOR AMENDMENTOF
L.wls. State Comptroller pursuant to Florida NAME having Interest Interested person to to register said fictitious LAND USE PLAN
Statutes 83.80o that on Pursuant to Section any TOWN OF BROOKER
Attn: Abandoned whatever In the enactment whom notice was name under the
I Property Section, 202 August, 1985 10 AM a 865.09. Florida Statutes of. this proposed that challenges the aforesaid statute. FLORIDAAn .
Blount Street, sale will be held at Bid 3 notice Is hereby given ORDINANCE should validity of the will, the Dated this 29 day of ORDINANCE amending
Unit 85 Mini of America that the undersigned, op- of the Personal A.D. 1985 In Brad- the ComprehensiveLand
: Tallahassee/ Florida pear and be heard at the qualifications July TELMEDFor -
Storage P.O. Box' 150S AUNT J's GARAGE INC., 8/22 Use Plan Element
32301 ((904)487-0510) The time and place prescribed Representative ford County. 81t
Jacksonville telephone Keystone Heights Fla, P.O. Box 631 Hawthorn., venue, or jurisdiction of and map by Brooker,
phone 4737683. This Florida Florida. In accordancewith
for. Information the Court.
: number sale Involves property of business under the firm TOWN COUNCIL TOWN OBJECTIONS NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the local Government public Information on health
\ Is ((904)359-6085.) Be sureto OF BROOKER FLORIDA ALl CLAIMS
j the REGISTER FICTITIOUS Comprehensive related topics, call Tef-Med
following tenants name of GREEN POND NOT SO FILED at
i number mention-AFTER the account nameas and what is believed. to LOG HOMES, In Clay 8/22 8/29 9/5 WILl BE FOREVER BAR. NAME Planning Act of 1915 as o.4.449o or 3? V0007 and ask for
be stored. Bradford and Alachua RED. Pursuant to Section provided for In Chapter 1 these tapes by number '
published in, this Melba Stewart R|, 2 Box Counties, Florida Intendto Publication of this 865.09. Florida Statutes 163 of the Florida
notice, Unless proof of: 2262 Palotko, Fla. 32077 register sold fictitious Notice has begun on notice is hereby given Statutes.TO 155 Medicare .
ownership i iii presented'to "jj Household and Persona{. name under the provisions August 23, 1985. that the undersigned : All Citizens. Taxpayers 171 Prescription Medicine _
the holder,by October) ,i hams. .. of the',aforesaid TERENCE M. BROWN William D. Craven, sale and other Interest Proper Use
29. 198? the prop.rtywlll A sale of the entire corv Statute, NOTICE 'OF INTENTIONTO P.A. P.O. Drawer 40Stork. owner, doing business persons 430 Medical Insurance
be d.llver.d (tot custody I Ito tents of unit', will be DATED at Gainesville, REGISTER. FICTITIOUS .. Florida 32091 under the firm name of You and each of you Information
th.. Comptroller of made to the highest bid A, Florida, this 17th day of NAME (904)964.8272( ) Suzuki of Starke, Intendsto are hereby and herewith 169 Hospice
Florida.: Thereafter: all der. If no bidder, the" July, 1985. Pursuant to Section JUNE M. BROWNLEE register sold fictitious given notice In accordance -

further claims must be sale will be conducted to',.<: ,:'AUNT''J's GARAGE. INC. 865.09, Florida Statutes, Route 2, Box 1412 name under .the foresald with Florida Tel-Med tt a free ,
directed to the Comptroller rental agreement between '' ATTEST: Harold J.Lawlor. notice Is. hereby given Starke Florida 32091 statute. Statutes that the Town t o the service provided "
'' of Florida' : tenant and Secretary that the undersigned R. Hobbs Jr. Dated this 25 day of July Council of Brooker, Bradford community by the AulClliaryot
GERALD LEWIS COMPTROLLER landlord 22 8 29 By: Joanne Lawlor Marty Platte, P.O. Box By: Johnny Brownie 8/22' A.D. 1985 In Bradford Florida, will conduct a Hospital, Inc.
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f f1f1S. the little kid that usedto he was named "Offensive Lineman
-1t dance so much during half time at of the Year" for his school, made
c i' Bradford High when his Uncle first team -Conference",second
I Malachi Henry played football for team "All City" was nominated for
1L the Tornadoes? the Fla.-Ga. High School "All
Well,he's not little anymore. He's State", and was nominated for the
6' 4" and weighs 200 pounds. National High School Yearbook.
ar A 1q Darryl Jenkins'' early education Darryl, who also participates in
I started at Southside Elementary baseball, is a lefthanded pitcher
I. l School in Starke, but Darryl movedto clocked at 87-90 m.p.h,and was nam-
Jacksonville with his mother ed to the All Conference and All City

ir Gwendolyn,his sister,Adrenne, andhis teams.
: 1 brother, Brian.
-' S : graduated from Bishop Darryl has signed with Georgia
w. : Kenny June. Tech in Atlanta.He .
While at Bishop Kenny, Darryl is the grandson of Mrs. Bertis
romnlctpd n football mvmon In which C. Robinson of Starke.

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dG r fff 'wP f-i + I ,Fun Run set Sept. 7The I

s 5 yrGV '
7th Annual Starke Fun Run to registration on race day $8.
benefit the Bradford Association for Registration forms are available at
'"# 1 Retarded Citizens is schedule for the Bradford County Telegraph and
v Saturday, Sept. 7. Community State Bank.
5 There will be two races, 10,000 The event is sponsored annually
Meters and the One-Mile race, with by the Bradford County Telegraphand
+5 the first race beginning at 8:30: a.m. the Community State Bank of
v.S 5M i from the Community State Bank Starke, with special thanks to:
f n parking lot. Jaycees of Keystone, Starke City

Races will be run in 12 divisions: Police, Hardee's, McDonald's,
Women's 13-under,14-19,20-29,30-39, Coach Jerry McGriff, and Coach
New Majorettes... 40-over, and Men a 13-under, 14-19, George Loper. All proceeds go to
20-25,26-29,30-39,40-49, and 50-over. benefit the Bradford Association for
Each Summer the outstanding Bradford High School majorettes devote Tonya Anderson. Special trophies will be awardedto Retarded Citizens.Community .
some of their time to the task of teaching a group of younger girls the On the third row from left to right: Tracy Rhoden,Robin Register,Bob- 1-mile winners, children 2-6 and
skills and moves of their graceful art. bie Wescott and Carol Roberts. 7-10, with trophies to first-place win- Day...
This year's camp was especially valuable for the girls, according to Current BUS and Bradford Middle School majorettes who helped make ners in all age groups. There will In conjunction with the Fun Run,
Majorette Donna Parado, who led the group through their sessions. the camp a successfrom left to right): Donna Parado, Lorrie King, Le also be trophies for first-place male the Community State Bank of Starke
The younger girls Un the middle of the group from left to right) Include Anna Barfield, Beth McKinney Terri Crawford. Misti Fill Brenda and female winners over-all in both will have its annual Community Ap-
(front row):Crystal Scheider, Morgan Fill and April McKinney. Williams, Alme Ferguson, Anna Ward, Donna Langley and Rosalyn races, second and third-place prizesto preciation Day following the race.
On the second row: Crystal Adams, Kim Register, Tract Crawford and Taylor. all age groups, and trophies for You're invited to come and bring
the oldest and the family for free entertainmentiicicnisirauuil
D__ Ift'ft"youngest'ft runner...., ... D".I ,__ hat ft ft_" __.._.
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If Softball Recration League Results L ., I 1

with 2 triples, and Chris Burgin 2-4 Neighbors going 2-3 for the A's. "That means we'll be..oh nOm two
doubled for the Twins.
Royals 10 Padres 8 The A's led by Michael with a triple. .; and a half miles inland I"
The Royals picked up 9 runs in the were Cubs 19 Royals 5
Groves 3-3 with a double, and
first two innings, and held on for a The Cubs continued to pound out ,
Jonathon Ferguson 22. Tana Sarnt Royals 9 Padres 8
10-8 win over the Padres July 19. extra-base hits in beating the Royals
and Keith accounted for
Don Roberts went 4-4 for the the A's other Hollaway 2 hits. The Royals used 8 extra-base hits 19-5 July 25. A fully loaded supertanker travelling at its normal speed of 16 knots needs
Royals, with John Loper hitting a to squeeze 9-8 past the Padres The Cubs were led by Blake at least twenty minutes to stop.
home run.Leading. August 2.Leading. Thomas 4-4 with a home
Padres 16 Twins 7 run,a triple
Royals' were
the Padres were Shane and a double. Andy Crews was 4-4
Green 4-1, Paul Smith 3-5 with a The Padres scored 6 runs in the Scott Duncan 4-4 with a double and with a double and triple, Chris
first inning and added 5 more in the triple, Eric Donnerstag 3-3 with a
home run and 2 doubles, and Darren Burgin 4-5 with a double and 2
Evans 3-5 with 2 doubles. third to defeat the Twins 16-7 July 31. double, and Don Roberts 2-4 with 2
triples, Jason Kilby 3-5 with a tjiuula'4 '
S k4 ZJ
Rhonda Bryant was the big bat for doubles. double. H
Twins 14 5 the Padres, going 4-4 with 3 triples The Padres were paced by Eric
Royals Eric Donnerstay tripled, and Don
and a double. Bo Ely, Darren Brown 3-4, Beau Ely 2-4 with a double Roberts and Quentin Chism doubledfor 'NOW OPEN ON MONDAY |
The Twins eased 14-5 the
Evans, Brittany Bula and Leslie and Rhonda Bryant 24.
Royals in action July 23. Folsom were 34. Padres 22 A's 3 the Royals. f.r Back to School Special
Leading the Twins were
Paul Smith was 2-3 with a double Padres out 25 hits 8
The pounded Cubs 13 A's 5
and Ben Hawkins each 3-4
Traylor Paul and triple, and Kristy Harrison 2-3 for extra bases, in beating the A's Keep PERM Reg. '35".. NOW *25
with a triple. Casey Jones and with double for the Twins. The Cubs defeated the A's 13-5 in
Smith were 24. a 22-3 July 25. action July 30. t:7\\:: ;; t0 Good Hair Cut Extra '5.00
led Chris
The Padres
;- Devin Wheeler led the Royals, going Royals 13 A's 2 were by Monika Williams was 2-4 with a We\.oo'i\\9 Hair Cut & Now '8
34. John Loper and Don Loper Burgin 4-5 with 2 doubles and 2 home run and a triple, and Andy Blowdry Reg. MS ...
limited the A's to 6 with dou- i,
were 2-4. d '. ..ncirWrVnCubs 1 w>" hlt The linl'Royals(! &stMg'td'a'tJ.2: winrduly just si?'Y rf ble.T-and triples, Eric..Kyte".Brown'BrowW3-s 4-5 a Mth'rr'., Cubs.Crews...2-4 with.2.doubles for, the, Ask for,Pat & Receive Additional. Oft Perm

8 Padres 7 Bo Johns, Don Roberts, and Devin' doubles.; John Stanwix-Hay was 3-3 with 2 118 S. Thompson St. WALK-INS WELCOME 984.4151
Wheeler were 3-4 for the Royals. Kieth Holloway was 2-4 with a dou-
doubles for the A's.
r The Cubs scored 7 runs in the 2nd Scott Duncan was 2-4 with a home ble, with Cathy Jackson and Brad
inning, and held on to beat the run and triple.
: Padres 8-7 July 24. Michael Groves, Brad Neighbors,
: Andy Crews paced the Cubs,going Tanya Sarnt, Keith Holloway, CathyJo
3-3 with a double. Bryan Crews was Jackson and Shannon Smith had
'. 2-3 and Gary Don Brewer 24. single hits for the A's.
r r Ronda Bryant was 3-4 with a dou-

,r ble and Darren Evans 2-4 with a Twins 12 Cubs 10

home run for the Padres. The the Twins first inning jumped, and out held to a on 5-2 for leadin a Y2w ;/

Twins 12 A's 2 12-10 win over the Cubs August 2. :!! : 1 1 L-
The Twins rolled over the A's 12-2 Ben Hawkins led the Twins at the

July 24.Paul. plate, going 4-4 with 2 triples and a
Smith led the Twins, going double. Patrick Hurst was 3-4 with 2
4-4 with a home run and a double. doubles and a triple.
I r Ben Hawkins also homered, and Fot the Cubs, Blake Thomas was
Tonya Martin and Christi! Harrison 3-4 with 2 doubles Andv Crews 2-4

Ii Starke Boys Finish 13thThe AT WHAT YOU GET FOR JUST

-- We Also Have
Starke Jr. Boys Softball Team bracket, as Starke rolled over the
finished 13th in a field of 24 teams Howland, Ohio Athletic Club 205. Victor 800 $ m AtfP fe, 00 Swintec 300
from around the country in the The Jr. Boys were led at the plate
Amateur Softball Association's Na- by Robert Thorpe, who entered the $11 goo It $9995Victor
tional Tournament for boys 15 and game in the 2nd inning, and went 4-4 t

under August 1-4 Albany,Georgia. with a triple. Dewey Williams was 820 Cannon p 25-0
and Chad Reddishwas
3-4 with a triple,
Starke 3 S.C. 4 3.5.Jamie. $13900
Anderson, South Carolina scored 3 Carver, Brian Whiteheadand 6995
Allen Wood had two hits each,
of the sixth inning and
in the
runs top
came from behind to send Starke'sJr. with Harold Bishop and Jamie Sharp ux-1812

Boys to the loser's bracket in Crews adding single hits. II
of the tourney. 129
their first game
Starke o. N.C. 8
Jamie Crews went 2-3 and Robert
Starling, the only players to get Triangle Coffee of North Carolina
than one hit for Starke, Jamie scored 4 runs in the first, and held
Carver had a triple in the losing ef Starke's Jr. Boys to just 5 hits in the SUGGESTED RETAIL FROM CASIO $139. .,
game, shutting them out 8-0, and
fort. eliminating them from the National e DIGIT CAPACITY UPTO 99 MILLION INCLUDING.DOLLARS ,

,Starke 20 Ohio 5 Tournament.None AND CENTS ::
of the Jr.Boys could manage
Starke bats came alive in the Jr.
Boys first game in the losers more than one hit in the game. e FAST, QUIET, SIMPLE OPERATION



I Flag-:.:Football Registration Set e FOUR-KEY INDEPENDENT MEMORY

Football from the high school, and 3.5payer
for Youth Flag across
26 and will end -/
begins August
September 19 at the Starke Recreation ( TROUBLE-FREE YEARS,OF CALCULATION

Clinics Department.will be held September Men's Flag Football... BLACK PRINTOUT WITH RED NEGATIVE ,

16-19,with games,played during the If you are interested in having a AND CREDIT BALANCE UTILIZING TWO-
week after school, scheduled to'' Men Flag Football League this COLOR STANDARD SPOOL RIBBON
begin Sept. 23. year, and have a team, please con-
The program is for boys and girls tact the Starke Recreation Depart- e FULL DECIMAL SYSTEM,COMPLETE WITH
ages 7-13, and if there is enough par- ment, phone 964-6792.
ticipation, there will be two leagues, ROUNDING! FLOATING, AND ADDING MODE.
determining date Morning Exercise...
is how child is on Sept. The Starke Recreation Depart-

Registration fee will be 35.'which ment will conduct exercise classes' Model GR-2200
will cover the price of a shirt that the on Tuesday and Thursday mornings
beginning Sept.,10. ,
child will keep.
The free classes will be from
Office hours are 8:30: n.m;noon
at the Old Armory 9:30-10:30: : a.m. at the Old Armory YOUR LOCAL DEALER IS: I .
and 1-5:30
p.m. I We ,
Calculators '

Hunter Ed. Class Set ..', & ': 110 W. Call Street Starke \ '.

; Typewriters ,
MAYO The Florida Game and For, additional information con 964.5764
Fresh Water Fish Commission will tact Lt Rudy Howell at the Commis CALL TODAY!!!
weekend Hunter sion's 1.800.342-810. ((904) I;
Education class this Friday and 752-0353 or

Saturday.August 23 and 24.


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High School Varsity toot one sophomore on the varsity, John gins will share fullback responsibility Sexton said it will be a young DISHWASHERS ;
ball practice opened Thursday Aug. Kuhn, a 270-lb. tackle. Hurse said he as will Clinton Jenkins and Andy defense, with the least experience in
IS, and Head Coach, David Hurse was pleased to have him work on the Jones at running back. Jones will quite a while. MICROWAVES BMARION :
says he is "well pleased" after one varsity since he showed a lot of promise also see action at wide out. He said they're still missing a cou- r i ie
week. last year, and hoped he wouldbe Hurse said, "We want to utilize ple of people, and it'll take another
Hurse said the team had had only a big help this year. Jones' speed as much as possible week of so to get everyone together.He ,
one scrimmage to date, and execu- Hurse said veterans now have the since he is one of the fastest in this said, "We can do good this year ,
tion was good as compared to hand at starting positions.He "
very upper part of the state. with a lot of hard work.
this stage last year. said Lonnie Hamilton, the star- He said Frank Long has also look
He said,"At this stage, the offenseis ting SAM linebacker until injured in ed good in practice throwing the
ahead of the defense, primarily the 3rd game last year, would probably ball, and they intend to pick up the J-V Reports Today... t
because of more experienced people be out another 2 weeks with a pace of the passing game and workon Coach Hurse also reminds tI
returning." Hurse said only one cut leg, but is expected to retain the it extensively.Defense J-V players to report prospective for le t
starter countingwas form that made him of the better I
returning were one
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missing, but he hoped he wouldbe linebackers in the area last year. i '
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in this week.Thirtysix In the offensive line Hurse said p.m.Please
ton said that after being with the meet on the steps of the e
players have reportedfor Mike Chappell, Tommy Parker, defense, he sees "a lot of promise". gym in front of the field house with I
practice, but Hurse said they Keith Gillingham, Danny Manning,
He said the players have a good at- physical reports completed anda
lose few of them the start Chris
may a by Dougherty,Greg Jackson,and
titude, and a commitment to be bet copy of your birth certificate.
of the season. Chris Cribbs have all looked
good. ter, and they will be working toward Hurse said no one can begin t.I
practice i
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The University of Florida Gatorsare Hairston said. "They know they'renot know who the real championswere. will be the play of the offensive THIS TIRE FOR $49.95 ;
in the hunt for the national going to be on television or playin ." line," Hairston said. "But don't let 65sa tl WILL FIT MOST:
championship in football, a bowl but Oklahoma won the national Hairston said he felt much better their youth fool you. They are even I IItsIt $1te %
Gainesville Sun Columist Jack championship in 1975 while about the team's chances this Fall bigger than the line we had last AUDIS SUBARUS
: Hairston told members of the Starke they were on probation,so the prece- than he did last year at the same year. They just need some ex- w "
Quarterback Club Thursday night. dent is there.They also want to havea time. perience. I tell you what. I'd hate to 'III +! = BMWS TOYOTAS
Hairston, speaking to members big impact on the race for the SEC "Remember, last year we had no be that Miaml meeting at the Starke Golf and Coun- title race. Even if the Gators can't proven quarterback to replace ) defensive lineman who's been c"c DATSUNS FORD ESCORTS
try Club, predicted that Florida and go to the Sugar bowl, they can make Wayne Peace," the sportswritersaid. hearing about how the line's not as
Auburn will be the top two teams in some hay' in the race for the other "We had a five-way scramblefor good. He's in for a nasty suprise." M; PLYMOUTHS HONDAS
the Southeastern Conference this teams. I'm sure they would like the position that was only resolved Hairston predicted a fine year for RENAULTS FIATS
season, despite the Gators being nothing better than to finish the a week before the first game and the Gators' offensive backfield, DODGES PONTIAC T-100's
restricted from a possible cham- season with a undefeated record in quite a few other uncertainties going which includes Neal Anderson and
pionship and bowl appearance by the SEC with the "champion" into what turned out to be the best John L. Williams, a duo listed by CHEVETTES ISUZUS
the NCAA. finishing at 3-2 with a big loss to ever for Gator football." Sports Illustrated as the second best MAZDAS NISSANS
"They have plenty incentive. ," Florida on their record. Everyone "This year the major unknown pair of runners in the country. e fed*I* MERCURY LINCOLNS
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Friday (July 19) were the dates for and run tnrougn Jan 13. Shooting, season for woodcocks will be from mourning and white-winged doves COu.ONiAN115s 971! TV couPcMiKPipfsa 7711 Iry fIAM A.III N'k.7M
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By Mark Frledlin run by Hughes and his staffers like a tight ship with a complishment for their chores and good behavior. The relationships. Most of the youthful offenders we get
BCT Staff Writer difference. The kids all have a chance to make their point totals for each youth is posted on a bulletin board. here are from broken homes. That seems to be the big-
"S.T.O.P" has a new Superintendent.Starke own input into the system as well. The projects have included cleaning up around chur- gest cause of juvinile crime."
resident James Hughes has taken over the top "This is important to establish because the first ches and city and county owned buildings, plantingover The counselors at the STOP Camp have a unique
position at the Short Term Offender Program (STOP) thing they probably notice is how tough this place is 75,000 pine seedlings in the Lake Butler Starke responsibility in that they must do their own evaluationof
run by the Florida State Prison System near Raiford. compared to being back home in their neighborhood," area under the direction of the Forestry Department. each youth who enters the camp. A boy from a com-
The program for youths has been a big success in its Hughes said. "It can seem almost like a military boot They have also volunteered to assist the Starke fortable, upper-middle class neighborhood may have
two-year existence so far, boasting a 97 percent com- camp in comparison and it makes a big impact, no Beautification Committee to maintain the landscapeand trouble at first adjusting to the harsher life the STOP
pletion rate for young offenders who are placed in the matter how rough a neighborhood they might have medians in and around U.S. 301. Camp offers. Cabins are not air-conditioned or heated
camp by the courts. ,come from." The youths work their time, then are returned to during the winter, the food is wholesome but plain, and
That success rateonly( 25 percent of all STOP Camp their communities to see if they can make a new start the lesson becomes clear to new arrivals this is no
residents ever return to the courts for another offense, A typical day at the camp begins well before eight without violating the law. Breaking the rules at the summer camp.
prompted the Florida Department of Corrections to a.m. each day as the boys make their bunks and clean STOP Camp can mean time added to their stay, a rule "Some of the kids are a little spoiled when they get
authorize the construction of yet another camp to makea 'their living areas, which are then inspected promptlyat that seems to be very effective. here but they soon get over that when they assume
total of three in the state. eight by camp staffers "Most of them are ready to go home so they don't some responsibilities," one former staffer said. "On
"The success rate is something that we are all proudof "The discipline here is an on-going thing that is want any time added," Hughes said. "We really don't the other hand, some are street tough and adjust to the
and I know my collegues in the other prisons here established immediately," Hughes said. "We don't get have that much problem with the kids because many living conditions here with little problem. It's the
wish theirs could be as high," Hughes said as he stood many kids here that we have to send on to a more are products of broken homes or )just a bad environ- discipline they have trouble with at first."
outside "the pit" -an outdoor meeting area for the boys restrictive institution, but it does happen and we make ment. They respond well to a disciplined, ordered en A typical day at the camp is a busy one. After the In-
i and the staff surrounded by wooden buildings. "We then realize right away that the standards will be very vironment." spection and breakfast, the boys are trucked out to
have a unique advantage here because at this age, you strict from day one." The boys are usually on a "short leash", meaning their work sites, many at fairly remote locations, for
I can make a big impression on most of the boys here in The youths keep up their school work at the facility, they have to ask permission from a staffer to do just their forestry projects, or into town (Starke or Lake
: just a week or two. Most of the time this experience is which Is located down a long dirt road well away from abouit anything outside the work schedule and someone Butler) to work on community-related projects.The .
just enough for them to get the picture. Most of them the Florida State Prison main building complex in a in authority has to know where they are at all boys and their counselors have also continued
i are very different individuals when they go home." wooded area north of the prison, thanks to the servicesof times. work on improving their camp site.A .
The expansion of the STOP program is part of a a group of teachers from the Bradford County School The youths come from all varying backgrounds and new drainage field has been started by the boys
I braod trend in corrections away from large, Imper- system who make the long drive out the camp each every econimic level; from the richest, most exclusive and many additions and improvements have been add--
sonal institutions toward smaller, more easily controlled !- school day to assist the youths in their studies. neighborhoods to the slums of Miami and Tampa. That ed in the past two years.
, programs like STOP, which house up to 18 youths at "The amount of cooperation we get from the staff in fact makes the success rate of the STOP program even "We have a lot do right in our own campsite,"
anyone time. the school system and the teachers themselves is fan- more impressive, according to Hughes. Hughes said. "We don't want to spread ourselves too
"We may go up to 24 shortly but I think that will be tastic," Hughes commented. "The whole community "There is a complete variety of types of kids who are thin."
our limit; Hughes said. "We must have the time to has received the idea of the camp very well since we sent here, and lately we have seen an increase in the "We hope to have a positive impact on every boy thatis
devote some individual attention to each boy. One staf- opened. We try to give some of that back in our community number of younger boys being sent here," Hughes sent here," Hughes said. "We try to be flexible
fer can occupy three kids, but what will the rest be doing work projects." said, "You know, kids can get into trouble for many different within the rules, and we try to give the boys a sense
at the same time? We always try to make sure that Members of the STOP Camp have helped in a reasons but don't think income level has much to that they're all in this together and they should help
the boys are occupied in activities where they are lear- number of community-related work projects since the do with it. Each kid has 'different background and a each other out whenever possible. That might be the
ning and getting some interaction with the staff at the camp opened. These projects are also involved in the different set of requirements for the staff to deal with. first helping experience some of them have ever had.
same time. We feel this is very important and it's a. boy's point system. Boys who accumulate the five The level of family support seems to be so importantand This is no pleasure cruise but it can be a real good lear-
,part of the reason for the success of this facility." highest point totals each week are elegible for specials a real key in how strong the kid is to resisting some ning experience for the boys, many of whom have
Youths in the program earn points for doing their favors eating out, going to see a movie, or other of the pressure from their environments to go down the made just one bad mistake, and deserve a chance for a
. chores and following the rules in the camp, which is special activities which give them a feeling of ac- wrong path. It all goes back to the quality inrental. fresh start."

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American Boy", it usually conjuresup established quite a business. He Saun.
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would bicycle from neighborhood to and he had done much more than Austin and Tina Moody of Keystone :
neighborhood lawn mowers trailing just mow lawns. Saun has pulled Heights. Saun has lived in Keystonefor SET
noisily behind their bicycles and the grass from two beaches washed the last four years. He is an active "
smell of freshly cut grass in the air. houses, trimmed trees, painted the member of Faith Tabernacle
Meet Saun Griffis. "AllAmericanBoy" trim of houses washed windows and Church in Melrose and has two
of the 80s. One week after bar-b-qued chicken and ribs for a brothers and one sister. 1 1
school was out,Saun loaded his lawn crowd of 200. In fact Saun got so When football season opens this
mower in the back of his car and much business he had to give some fall, you will see Saun on the KHS
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I Tel-Med system.. gives- rural patients- new source of medical advice I

ByMarkFrledlin in Gainesville. The three hospitals, "She has put in over a year and know about it yet,"Johns said. "We A'lachua General. The tapes have a new program which are available to
( Medical BCT Staff Writer Alachua General, Williston half of work on the project," Mrs. think that many people, especially three to five minute duration and the public.
Information at your Memorial, and Bradford Hospitalare Reddish said. "It has helped many the elderly, will gain some peace of can be requested by number only. Area callers with local telephone
fingertipsthat's what a one year old all owned by the Santa Fe Health people here because it is a rural area mind at least, and that many more (See a special listing of the tapes and exchanges may get through to the
program at Bradford County Care Systems Corporation. with a lot of elderly people living off will find out when they should seek their identification numbers on the new Tele-Med system toll free by
call Hospital gives area residents who Response to the program in the beaten track. This system keeps further help from a doctor". following page in the B-section). dialing the Starke number.
a special telephone number. Gainesville has been "gratifying" them in touch with an updated "We're Bradford Hospital staffers now For further information call the
The Tele-Med program, a systemof according to personnel at Alachua medical information system even if but very proud of the system have information brochures on the hospital at 964-6000.
tape-recorded medical information general,where the program was initiated they don't make a visit to the we do want to stress that It can't
programs, features over 300 in November, 1978 with bet- doctor's office." take a doctor's place," Johns said .._... .,
subjects, ranging from relatively ween 120,000 and 125,000 calls madeto The system is being funded In its "The information will be changedand
simple ailments and first aid to information the system since it was started. first year by a grant from Alachua updated regularly but in many Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
on heart disease and drug Linda Johns, Treasurer of the General.Local volunteers like Johns cases nothing can take the place of a
abuse. Bradford Hospital Auxiliary, first and Reddish have kept track of the personal," examination by a physician Take 100 South towards Keystone, take a righton
The number can be reached by suggested the idea at a convention in use of the system in the inception 24th Avenue, follow signs
calling 964-4896 locally and is part of Orlando two years ago, according to year to determine the true need for it To get a TelMedtape a caller
a three-tiered system linking Starke, Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Presi- here should simply dial the special local -Our Nursery has GrownWe've -
Williston and Levy County to the dent Ada Reddish, and has been the "There has beena good responseto number already listed in this story
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located in Alachua; General HospitalPREGNANCY t .. of rhf prnprttm hors thorn nr* mnrf "' nflr' who mny not special operator standing by at
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l6 Diabetes emergencies 726 Psychosomatic Illness It's 45 indigestion 964-7109
1 New trends In the diabetic not all in your head 198 Hiatal hernia

As a pregnant woman you may diet 727 Schizophrenia 219 Laxatives 4 All Nature Sings of Jesus
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12 Am I really pregnant?
62 The How much do you know about 1985-86 SCHEDULEDAY
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66 What eye problems? Call Tel-Med and much do you know about
causes miscarriages? good dental health? Tel-Med has
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9 Glaucoma 964-4996 or 378-0007 and ask for Auto Mechanics Adult Basic Education
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year," said Saun with a wide smile, clothes for school,and he is all ready (EXCLUDING RANGERS
showing great pride in his team. for hunting season this year with the ,
Saun's summer was filled with more new hunting equipment he purchased. -

than just money making projects. .
As if mowing yards and trimming Saun'business has become so suc- BRONCO'S & BRONCO ll'S)
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really kept me going, especially scholarship this year. But if I don't, ,
when I'd be really tired out from I'll go to Santa Fe and then on to law ,, Q
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I ObituariesHewitt I J Hut)

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II. Brice Funeral services were held on Hospital Philadelphia Pa, follow.
Tuesday August 13, at St. Augustine ing a long illness. She was a former -
Hewitt H Brice 88, resident of
resident of Daytona Beach and
D. a
Student Center with Father John
Route 1 Box 516 Lawtey, died Sunday conducting the services.Burial member of the Church of the Incarnation Help I I '14.50
August 18, at the Alachua Mantua, N.J. Mrs Tillis
was in Hillcrest Memorial was Save I 2/3% Off
General Hospital In Gainesville
also a member of the Mantua
Park under the care of Williams-
following an extended illness. Mr. 15% Off
Thomas Funeral Home Gainesville. Township Soccer Assn. and the Install
Brice was born and raised in Onoen- Parent Advisory Comm. of Clear-
A Rosary was said Monday, August Insulated 1/3% Off
ta, Ala., the son of the late James A.
12, at the Williams-Thomas Funeral view Junior High School, both in Call96'.67
and Ketchum former
Anna Brice
Home Chapel of the Chimes.In New Jersey. Homo .
pioneer residents. He was a memberof lieu of flowers, contributionscan She is survived by her husband,
the Onoenta Masonic Lodge No. be made to the Cleveland Clinic Samuel E. Tillis; two brothers John Stark.,
324, a member of the Shrine Templeof .
Foundation P.O. Box 195 Turley of Chicago, 111. and William Fr..E. lmal. .
Birmingham Ala, a member of -
Gainesville, Fla. 32602. Abbott of Winter Park; a daughter No Mon.,Down
the PI PHI Fraternity of Birmington Karen I. Tillis of Sewell N.J. and
and a member of Evergreen Baptist two sons, David T. Tillis and Jon C. Financing
James F.Stroble
Church in Lawtey. Tillis, both of Sewell, N.J.
He is survived by his wife Mrs. In- James Fredrick Stroble, 47, resi- Graveside services are scheduledfor
ez Rosier Brice of Lawtey two dent of 254 Westmoreland Trailer Friday August 23, at the !
daughters, Mrs. Barbara Dickens of Park Starke died Tuesday August Kingsley Lake Cemetery with I I
Lawtey and Mrs. Sue Thomas of 13, at the Bradford County Hospital Father Joseph H.Fmlay officiating.
Starke; one sister Mrs. Dorothy B. following an extended illness. He Jones Funeral Home of Starke is in ON PAGE 5 OF each
Fontain of Warner Bobbins Ga. and was born and raised in Berrin County charge of arrangements. SALE CIRCULAR
four grandchildren. ,Ga. and moved to Starke about 12 : :
Funeral sevices were conducted years ago where he has resided GRAPHS OF
Tuesday August 20 at the Chapel of since. He was employed as a DRESSES WERE .
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with carpenter and was a member of the ENTLY or
Rev. Leonard Melton Rev. James Church of Christ in Starke.He Amanda Green Lewis
Saunders and Rev Bobby Epps officiating is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mrs. Amanda Green Lewis 86, PHOTO ON THE on
Burial was in Crosby Lake Connie Stroble of Starke; a resident of Brooker, died Monday, FASHION
Cemetery with Archie Tanner daughter. Sherry Stroble a son, August 19, at Alachua General $10.99 EACH. ,
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Brad Stroble, both of Starke; his Hospital in Gainesville, following a if
arrangements mother Mrs. Marville Stroble; a brief illness. Born and raised in
sister, Mrs. Roseann Thomson, Union County she moved to Brookerat DRESSES OR an ap
Burns, Tenn.; and two an early age where she has resid- OFF ON PAGE 7,
Earnest II, Neumans James Hodges of Memphis, Tenn. ed since. She was a housewife and a GRAPH
Earnest Harold Neumans 59, resi- and John Bull of Nashville Tenn. member of Brooker Baptist Church. OF
dent of Route 3, Starke died Friday Funeral services were on Thursday She is survived by two sons, FRUIT OF THE
August,at the Veteran Administration ,August 18, at the Archie Tanner Malcom Lewis and Allen Lewis both UNDERWEAR IS
Hospital in Gainesville follow- .'uneralHome, with Bro. Jack Bell of Brooker; one daughter Iva Mae HOWEVER THE
ing an extended illness. He was born and Bro. Robert Bell officiating. Lewis of Gainesville; two sisters, ,
and raised in Berrin County Ga., the Burial was in Crosby Lake Mrs. Pearl Markey of Brooker and PRICES ARE 50'1.
son of the late George and Susan Cemetery with Archie Tanner Mrs. Gracie Dukes of Worthington REGET ANY It!
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
Ethel Baker Neumans former Springs; nine grandchildren 16 THIS MAY HAVE
pioneer residents of Berrin County. arrangements.Earl. great grandchildren and three great
He was self employed as a truck grandchildren.
driver veteran W.W.II, and of the L. GeigerEarl Funeral services were conducted
Baptist faith.Survivors L. Geiger 65, of Lake Wednesday, August 21, at Brooker
include his wife Mrs Geneva, died Wednesday August 14, Baptist Church with Rev. Andy
Zelma Neumans of Starke; a in the Bradford County Hospital. Crews officiating. Burial was in
Stare Mrs. Dorene Davis of Born June 17, 1920 in Waldo, Mr. Dedan Cemetery with Archie Tan- FLA.TWIN .
; four sisters Mrs. Dorothy Geiger lived on Lake Geneva for 35 ner Funeral Home of Starke in Starke
Boster of Daytona Beach Mrs. years was a veteran of W.W. II,and charge of arrangements.
Carolyn Boyd of Titusville, Mrs. was a finished carpenter by trade. STARTS i I II
Bonnie Jordan of Titusville and He is survived by his mother and
Mrs. Beverly McClean of Mid- step-father Delaney H. and Price
dleburg; two brothers Horace Fisher of Theressa; two brothers I
Eugene Neumans of Jacksonvilleand B.F. Geiger, of Theressa and Infant Houston T. Blunk
Danny Paige of Macclenny, and Truman Dickinson of Keystone Infant Houston Thomas Blunk 3
two grandchildren. Heights; two sisters, Belle Lovell days, of Lake Butler, died Saturdayat
Funeral services were conducted and Grace Searle, both of Theressaand Shands Teaching Hospital in
Monday, August 12, at the Chapel of one grandson. Gerald L. Sheetsof Gainesville. He was born in
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in Keystone Heights. Gainesville.He .
Starke with Rev. Reed Jones officiating Frt Hon. TUB. Wed. : : '
Funeral services were held Friday is survived by his parents, Mr.
Burial was in Mantown August 16 at the DeWitt C. and Mrs. Gary H. Blunk, Jr. of Lake Sal. Sun. 5:00. :
Cemetery near Glen St. Mary with Jones Chapel in Keystone Heights Butler; maternal grandmother, & more
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in with Rev. Leamon Ward officiating. Mrs. Diane Simmons of Gainesville; SCREEN -- .- I.
charge; of arrangements. Burial was in the Orange Heights maternal grandfather, Clyde Ready oil nob > \ : '"
Cemetery with Jones Funeral Homein Wagner of Lake Butler; paternal Tom Hanks and! SFri. ; 1 ; I : ( tl1\ i.
Frans DeKeyzerFrans charge of arrangements. grandmother Mrs Betty Farnbachof :
Lake Butler paternal grand-
66 resident of ;
DeKeyzer, ,
father Blunk Sr. of Lake City.
918 West Pratt Street. Starke died Anna C. MojonnierAnna Gary
Sunday, August 18, at the Bradford C. Mojonnier 82, of Park of Funeral services were held Man Tue. Wed : : credit
21 at the
Wednesday August Sal. Sun. SOS.: :
County Hospital following an extended the Palms Keystone Heights, died Dekle Cemetery with or trade
Illness. He was born and raised in Thursday, August 15, in the Brad- graveside Rev. Melvin in Owen officiating. ,
the Netherlands and moved to the ford County Hospital. Born July 9, Burial followed. Archer Funeral 301 '
United States at an early age wherehe 1903 in St. Louis Mo., Miss Mojon- Home of Lake Butler was in charge Starke \ \ J ,
has resided since.* He tvaS-'A nier was a retired social worker a *, t. \ : : ,
retired Merchant Marine'-afteft-40 I member of the Veterans Adm;,anda of arrangements. Frt: Sat., Sun aq..
years. member of the Park of the Palms cing
He is survived by his wife Her- Chapel. She moved to Keystone in
minailda DeKeyzer of Starke; one 1979 from Oak Park Ill. credit
daughter, Mely Clark, three sons, Miss Mojonnier is survived by
Mike, Eleazer and John Olivo, all of several cousins including; Robert Rooms ) l_ or trade
the Phillipines and five grand- and Genevieve Mojonnier and
children. Margaret Crane all of Keystone To Rent An American:
Memorial services will be at a Heights. LPG; 0:,...........,]c
later date, with cremation will be Graveside services were held at *Weekly Monthly 'U" 301
held by Archie Tanner Funeral Keystone Heights Cemetery with *Or By the Night PLUS "" ""r
Home of Starke. Mr. Ernest Woodhouse officiating.
Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof Located by 16 .
arrangements. Starke Post Office
William C. Sanford
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I Bradford State Attorney's Office Receives 50 Felony Cases 1 1diU

The Bradford office of the state ate e m does not wish to Prodelivery of controlled substance: pl Alton Lamar Moore arrested ,v
torney received 50 new individual secute. ed guilty to possession of controlled March 14 for grand theft dismissed, David Cane arrested May 11 for tery John case lacks prosecutive merit. .
cases and/or felony defendants for substance,five years probation,four defendant ; welfare fraud; defendant completedPTI William Matheny arrested
Sworn complaint charging lewd, completed PTI program. program. March 25 for grand theft,
prosecution during the !month of Ju months DOC. Edmond Eugene Sumner arrested trespass;
ng to Investigator lascivious or indecent assault or act Michael Leverson arrested Dec. 3 May 15 for Sworn complaint of falsifying restitution made.Complaint .
ai' Wiley upon child under 16 years of age; for possession of a controlled tim does not aggravated wish to battery; vie- records, perjury, grand theft; charging grand theft;
Oar of the cases was prison I transferred to misdemeanor divi substance, deliver of a controlled Ricky Wayne Hall arrested prosecute.March transferred misdemeanor divi- transferred to misdemeanor divi
related. lion substance; pled guilty to delivery of 23 for sion.Dorothy sion.
Inform tionswerefiledon25prior Mike Kitchens charged with controlled substance, probation sentenced grand other theft; defendant Paul Schueger arrested Cathy L. Stanley arrested April 3
cases and the office declined to possession of controlled substance months DOC. Sworn charges. June 28 for resisting arrest with for issuing worthless check; restitu-
secute 20 cases. The court dismissed proand eof controlled substance; JamesaDouglas Deleruyelle arrested gravated complaint charging ag violence,battery of law enforcement tion made.
two cases and the state attorney of- case dismissed, defendant sentenced Feb. 5 for aggravated evidence as to this defendant.; officer; transferred to misdemeanor Complaint charging cheating;
face dismissed 30 cases. on other charges. assault, resisting arrest with George Andrew Thomas arrested division. facts do not constitute a criminal of-

There was trial and one Kitchens arrested Dec. 28 for violence; transferred to county May 15 for aggravated assault with -fense. .,-
defendant was paced on the possession of controlled substance court. deadly weapon; victim does not wish Inmate Robert Daniel Friend
trial intervention program (PTI preand). sale of controlled substance; pIBoyce Sizemore arrested Feb. 18 to prosecute. charged with escape Nov.30; motion
One felony appeal was heard ed guilty to delivery of cocaine,placfor issuing worthless check (two Carl Edward Harris, Jr. arrested to discharged granted. Helpll) I
Thirty-two misdemeanor cases ed Marie five years. counts); pled guilty, Judge Green July 16 for sale & delivery of can- Complaint charging attempted insurance
were received and 21 prior cases Forsyth arrested July 12 for transferred to Alachua County for nabis; dismissed at request of investigating fraud; case closed no probable Save Energy
were processed by the state attorney issuing worthless check; case disposition with cases there. agency. cause found.
in July. 18 guilty pleas were accepted dismissed, restitution made. Johnel McCray arrested Feb. 1 for Roy E. Knight arrested May 9 for Clifford Leon Smith arrested June Install Custom Made
<< andpnejury: trial! was held. Samuel L. Williams arrested July concealed firearm, possession of aggravated battery; insufficient 22 for burglary; case transferred to Insulated Windows
The office declined to prosecute six 11 for issuing worthless check; firearm by convicted felon; pled evidence as to this defendant. misdemeanor division. Call 964-6766 Today _
cases and 14 cases were dismissed. dismissed, restitution made. guilty concealed firearm, placed on Larry B. Lewis arrested Dec. 23 Inmate Larry Cook arrested April
Five cases received nonjudicial ac Sylvester Lott arrested Sept. 2 for five :years probation, 364 days counfor disorderly intoxication, criminal 16 for escape; dismissed on order Homes Beautiful of N. fla.
aggravated assault, false imprisonty jail. mischief, resisting arrest with granting motion to discharge. Stark, Fla.
tion.Five cases were filed in juvenile ment,assault, battery; pled guilty to Harrison Lee Findley arrested violence; dismissed.court Complaint charging possession of .
and all five received non- false imprisonment, placed on proMarch 7 grand theft; found guilty In Rodney Allen Christian charged firearm by convicted felon; Insuffi- Fr. Eitlmgl 10Dl.count}
judicial action a bation Feb. 11; June 15 arrested for jury trial,sentenced 30 months DOC. with aggravated battery victim cient evidence as to this defendant. No Mon.y Down With Thl.Ad
The following defendants received VOP' pled guilty to allegations, 364 Two complaints charging issuing does not wish to prosecute. Complaint charging sexual bat Financing Available
final disposition and/or sentence days Department of Corrections. worthless check; dismissed, restituSylvester Lott arrested June 15 for w
Ralph Edward Griffis charged tion made. -- =-- .
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with trespass while armed Dec. 21, Alfonzo Covington arrested Feb burglary; defendant sentenced on ,7
1982Larry W. Moore arrested Feb. 23, 1981; pled guilty May 24, 1982, 15 for burglary of conveyance, petit other charges. _
burglary and grand theft; received three yearS8robation'; artheft; dismissed. Complaint charging aggravated
pled rested May 31 on Sworn complaint charging issuing assault lacks
guilty to grand theft, received ; case prosecutive
.. three years 1, 1982; community control 30 months, 30 worthless check; dismissed, restitumerit..
arrested May 28, 1985torov of days county jail tion made. Thomas W. Davis arrested March
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controlallegations thru Dec. 31. aggravated assault; transferred to band, cannabis; transferred to Larry Moore arrested March 12
misdemeanor division. misdemeanor division for arson, burning to defraud In- MARKETUSDa
Sworn complaint charging agBilly Alvarez arrested Nov. 27 for Sworn complaint charging issuing surer; defendant sentenced on other
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Burglars entered the Handy Way Cheryl Lynn Pugsley, 31,of Starke fluence (DUD), according to laymen. It's very,very difficult to CENTER
Store on SR-121 in Raiford at about 4a.m. was arrested Aug. 17 on a capias Patrolman W. C. Reno. Alston's explain that it's not a communicable
., taking beer, wine and cigarettes charging worthless check, according blood alcohol content was .21 per- disease except with sexual contact it
said Union County Sheriff Jerry to Investigator David Aderholt. cent. Bond was set at $535, he was and blood products," said Rice. $
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Investigators said Pugsley was released after a $64
lighter fluid and other flammable liquid cash bond was posted. Florida's prison system in 1982. 9 9
found in the store had been Matthew McGrane of Orange There were eight cases diagnosed in
Park was arrested Aug. 18 for DUI, Florida's prison system in 1982. ROAST
poured over a magazine rack, which Daniel Jones, 37, of Brad-
then fire ford according to Trooper B. A. WlJJiams.McGrane's There were eight cases diagnosed in
was set on according to County was arrested Aug. 14 for Ll
Whitehead.The blood alcohol content 1983 and 11 in 1984. Nine cases have
aggravated assault and improper
fire caused "several thousand exhibition of a firearm, according to was .14 percent. He was released been diagnosed this year. BONELESS BONELESS
dollars' damage to the store and its Patrolman W. C. Reno. Bond set after a $325 cash bond was posted.
was ***************** CALIFORNIA $179 SHOULDER
contents," Whitehead said. The at $1,000 on each charge, Jones was irBack $179
Dale Vincent Fountain, 20, of
Raiford Volunteer Fire released her i
extinguished the fire Department, but in- on own recognizance. Duval County, was arrested Aug. 13 to School | STEAK STEAK
for DWLS, according to Patrolman
vestigators have not determined the
Man Arrested Reno. Bond was set at $210, he was i IPRICE :
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For on own recognizance.Milton
Union County Sheriff's Office is in- BurglaryObie
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Lee Jackson, 42, was arrested Daniel Newman, 35, of $159
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burglary and grand theft, accordingto citation, according to Sgt. Wayne BONELESS CHUCK PORK FEET
Cutting VictimA Deputy Eugene Lee. Jackson was Wilkinson. Bond was set at $350. .. ROAST CHUCK
22-year-old Starker man ,vas'ar-: ,,,,,.".pharge.with taking items from a $149 OHBONELESS $119
rested*Augua Ghjift6i" lMUJkU4 1I Bjpraofoid.resjide'; ; :aFetov27._fc">, "j*..., Anthony Aaroan of Starke was arrested vwIHairplanes STEAK and I ,
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lower stomach with a knife. Deputy Lee. Bond was set at $1,000, DWLS, according to Lt. John Demp- M Mby
Timothy Mark Adkins was charged he was released on his own sey. Bond was set at $105. BONELESS
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Edward Lee Blocker, 19, of Hampton Patolman Kathy Best. Bond was set increased inmate and saff educationand : 'Frosting Reg. '50 NOW '25 STEAK COUNTRY $129 0
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I Two Guilty In Bradford Court .I,

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H. Pierce sentenced asstault.
Inmate Walter Reed was found Judge George
guilty Tuesday,August 20,of battery' Reed to' an additional 5V4 years in Judge Pierce sentenced Horn' to
of a law enforcement battery by a officer five woman and aggravated -, the Department of Corrections. year.According which five years. took probation place March for.the 15 incident of this Lawn & Garden Center f I

one jury in Bradford Circuit Norman Horn, 22, of Citra was to Assistant State Attorney 1E A 539 E. Call St. Starke i iEt
scheduled for trial Wednesday, Patrucco the eleventh hour:' J
Reed was charged in an incident
change Of plea had been offered 9-6
to Open
August 21, for aggravated assault
which took place earlier this year in I
Horn time .
the kitchen area at Florida State with a deadly weapon, reckless some ago. .
Prison. Assistant State Attorney display of a firearm and possessionof
Vincent Patrucco alleged that Reed stolen property.A 0
struck a correctional officer several jury was selected for the 9 a.m. l Vet t 19 io'RCES U UQE
times Feb. 14 as witnessed by other trial in courtroom two but had to
inmates. wait one hour for the arrival of the A third trial scheduled for this
Reed's attorney, Gene Shaw, con defendant. At 10 a.m. Horn arrivedat week involving inmate Carl B. Mc- >
tented his client was not guilty of the the courthouse and shortly Quay has been cancelled. The case | ,/
assault. thereafter his attorney, Assistant against McQuay of battery of a law
The jury came back with a verdictof Public Defender Dennis Wells, enforcement officer will be dismissed I
as charged following a brief entered a plea of guilty on his according to the state attorney's'office.
deliberation. client's behalf to aggravated .

.' Land Sales Top- $1 Million in AprilMay Toro 8-32

The No. 1 Consumer
Bradford County land sales for the Bradford Land and Tattle Com- Gray sold a parcel of land on North
period April 20 through May 20, 1985 pany, Inc. sold lot 49 of River Bend Walnut Street in Starke to Mark A.
amounted to $1,061,300.The Estates to Leland, Jr.and Gail Hogg and Tammy L. Bidstrup for $36,900. ZY Rated Mower
following sale prices are for 5300. Betty Jo and Lawrence Everett IJMI1Fl
determined by the amount of Bobby and Elsie Virginia Bennett III sold lot 1 of Block 1, Shady Oaks wARMANTYl ',k Model No. 56145
documentary stamps affixed to war sold 4.13 acres in Lawtey to RoscoeS. Subdivision to William J. and Mar- BHP32"cuttingdeckKeylectrlc
ranty deeds recorded with the Brad- and Eleanor L. Norton for$12,400. tha M. Lynn for $26,400.
ford County Clerk of the Circuit Marjorie L. Hardy sold lots 6,7,& 8 Fleet Finance and Mortage, Inc. Start
Court's Office. of Block 30, Blanton's Addition to sold lot 23 of Indian Beach, Unit 3, to r 5 Speeds Forward
Ethel Marie Holtzendorf sold a Hampton to Douglas P. Hardy and Walter T. Lott for $24,300. _
parcel of land on West Madison Dudley P. Hardy for $2,300. Bradford Land and Cattle Company / "L Reg. M389'5ONLY
Streen in Starke to B. C. .Holtzen- Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. Inc. sold lot 18 of River Bend
dorf, Jr. for$25,000. sold lot 8 of Parkwood Subdivision to Estates to Nathan T. Branch for
Depo Investments, Inc. sold a Patricia A. Jameson for $4,500. $4,400. 1 11995s
parcel of land in Lawtey to WilliamL. Freeman Register, III sold a J. E. and Euna E. Milligan sold a '
and Faye E. Crouse for $4,000. parcel of land at the corner of State parcel of land in Block 16 of the s /
Isilda E. Newman sold lot 9 of In- Street and Lake Avenue in Lawtey to Original Town of Starke to J. H.
dian Beach Subdivision, Unit 3, to Charles A., Jr. and Dorothy E. Gar- Johnson and R. W. Powell for
MarV:and Carlton W. Williams,III rard for$14,000.Clarence $22,500.
for $32.000. L. and Ruby Cooper solda Jack M. Courtnay sold lot 54 of
Anthony R. and Sharon D. Hayes parcel of land on Edwards Raod Keystone Club Estates, Unit 1, to y
sold 7 acres in Woodlawn to Bobby west of Starke to Robert L. andJudith Wayne K. and Helen C. Bennell for
Joe and C. Jacqueline Davis for B. Cooper for $71,000. $56,000. Y
1 $8,400. Jack M. Courtnay sold 2.5 acres in Leslie L. and Linda F. Bublitz solda
Anthony R. and Sharon D. Hayes Tract 3 of Geneva Woods to Frank parcel of land on Center Street in 523r
sold lot 12 of Connerly Estates to and Sarah Brundage for $9,500.J. Starke to George M. Futch for p : r T
Mark William Graudons for $8,000. Brooks and Helen F. Brown sold $15,500. K a +i Oua ea manlh
Fleet Finance & Mortage Com lot 5 of Hidden Hills, Unit 1 to Vasco and Maxine Robinson and Ask U'f y
pany sold lots 7&8 of Block A,Lake George and Willmina U. Garcia for Edith Huggins sold lot 27 of Block A, _
Hampton Oaks to Dewey G. and $11,500. Cypress Beach, to Barbara L. Str- SAVE $130.00
Katherine L. Oliver for $7,500. Patricia H. Chesney sold a parcelof ingfellow for $75,500.Fred 1656* 1.IMade15b138\
Martha Powell McClane sold 1.33 land on Lakeview Road in Lake Model 20672-21"Cut e colt\Start
acres on Bessent Road in Starke to Bedford Shores, Unit 1, to Carl N. A. Stickles sold 5.99 acres in a month 32 Cu9
Ronny and April Hall for $9,000. Sheffield and George W. and Carol Woodlawn to Grant B. Williams for Self Propelled Rear 8 HP -
Leslie G.and Mary A.Folsom solda T. Richardson for $45,000. $10,700. Bagger with Blade !
parcel of land near Lake Bedfordto Dewey and Shari Kaye Jenkins Richard A. and Nancy Bloodgoodsold Reg. $12$39
Walter C. and Virginia L. Pursley sold lots 10& 11 of Block 15, Brooker, a parcel of land on U.S. 301 Brake Clutch 4 9 95 4995sa'e.
for $16,500. to Murval and Ruby Lee Highwoodfor South in Starke to C.W. Heavner and Reg. 539.95 Sale .? ... '
John C. Brinegar sold 4.2 acres on $12,000. C. E. Powell, Jr. for $68,500. I on' 383.r.erc....
S.R. 100, 3 miles south of Starke to William V., Jr. and Billie Jo For- Joseph E. and Linda J. Barnett ( Mone" oown...:"...___
James E. and Linda K. Barnett for sythe sold lot 8 of Block A, Dalewood sold an acre of land near Hampton SAVE $60.00 =-t .KO. .6\70 .
$12,000. Subdivision to Ronald E. Newman, Lake to Jack W. and Andrea E. Model 20586 = -_-""'-t :' '.fl", \0 d e15 \ eng.
Ruth R.Pangburn sold lot 31 of Ari Sr. for $50,000.Andrea Waterhouse for $57,000. 1 18" Cut, Push Rear \\/Comm
Woods Subdivision to David G. and E. and Jack W. Jim Walter Homes, Inc. sold lot 7 Bagger \-\ndusWo\ 32" cut
Dorothy F. Rigsby for $12,000. Waterhouse sold a parcel of land on of Block 3, Gahagan Subdivision to Reg. 299.95 : eylectric Start -
Robert Foster Howell, Jr. sold a Bay Street in Starke to Margie Ann Geraldine Simmons for $25,000. SALE ... .I \< "NoMoneYO27
parcel of land adjacent to Ari Woods Diltz and Betty J. Cox for $16,500. Mark Olin sold 1.74 acres off of ONLY ( Reg. 5159915 49.21
Subdivision to Jack M.Cburtnay for Franklin D. King sold lot 3, Block Forsythe Road to RobertjG. Sandellfor $12.1995 Only\
$14,000.J. 3, Seminole Ridge, Unit 1, to M. L., $3,500. $-j2*
.Brooks and Helen F.Brown sold Sr. and Beverly Ann Shea for Donald E. and Vergle I. Wilkison a month Saleaven't \
lot 3 of Hidden Hills,Unit 1 to JamesL. $62,800. sold 2.44'acres south of Lawtey tq
and Carol M. Pacey for $10,000. Kiert Sundusadee sold lots 1 &2 of Elvin H.and Ada M.Ward for$3,000i, you done without
Robert A. and Joan M.Dunne solda Block 3, J. M. Johns Subdivision to Sara F. Demaree sold lots 3 & 4 of. No Money Dow f a Toro long enough?() Ell,
parcel of land on Wiley Kelly ,Carolyn Hodges for $4,000. Block 2, Bradford Heights Subdivision a ,..."
Road,near New River to William D.' .Sarnt and Males Sarntinoranont .. toOrian.P.. Jr.,and Donna. i hAC To Qualified Buyers,. Ask MS H ed" 'l$4 110" b ,ic;.8 .n ... ,;;, .,: .. .
Langston, Jr. for $57,000. sold a parcel of land on South Walnut Wells! for $66,000. ? ,- '__ .1. ..... "-p _" ..___ ...'w
Clarence Marshman and Donny Y. Street in Starke to G. K. and Diane Elzie S. and Sandra P. Sanders
Reddish sold 2 acres on Bayless F. Ely for $47,000. sold 2 parcels of land in Highway Adv I.W.A. PRESENTS
Highway to Marshman C. and Marie Fred A. Stickles sold 4 acres in dition to Starke and a parcel on
Reddish for $10,000. Woodlawn to Steven R. Carter for Clark Street in Starke to Frank
David and Helen L. Williamsonsold $15.300. Young for $100,000.Sue PRO WRESTLINGKEYSTONE
2 acres, south of Hampton to Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. Ellen Nugent sold lot 7 of
Miles N. Carter for$5,100. sold lot 21 of Parkwood Subdivisionto Block 1, Santa Fe Shores to Lin HEIGHTS, FLORIDA
Robert Foster Howell, Jr. sold a Robert J, and Patsey A. Teasterfor Sealey for$18,000. Keystone Heights High School 900 S.W. Orchid Avenue \
parcel of land on Lake Geneva to $5,000. Susan F. and Randall L.Reddish
Harlan W.and Irene M Meserve for Herbert A.,Jr.and Anne T. Nelson sold lot 4 of Hardy's Addition to SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. 8:00 P.M.
$14,000. sold lot 16 of Geneva Oaks to Carl Starke to Johnny R., Jr. and Kathy ABC TELEVISION WRESTLING SPECTACULAR
Woodrow B. Thomas and Margie Randall Cory for $68,000. C. Hobbs for $37,000.
Ann Diltz purchased lots 1 & 2 of Mary B. Moore sold parcel of Thomas W. Manning sold a parcelof I All Matches Videotaped for T.V.
Block 3, Dowling Park Subdivision land in Lawtey to Kenneth W. and land on S.R. 100, south of Starke .
from the estate of the late Phyllis R. Zita A. Shuford for $2,500. to Leonardo V., III and Lorie A. MAIN EVENT
Johnson for 10000. Douglas M. and Gwendolyn P. Dicandio for 35000. PRETTY 1

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'73 C-10 Chevy 77 Merc Cougar WEEKEND SPECIAL
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I .THIS WEEKEND ONLY$1995c Cruise control, AM-FM 4 Dr., AC, Excellent Condo Beautiful '.

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'78 Chevy Malibu '80 VW, Rabbit PRELIMINARY
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Automatic AC, 5 Speed, Nice Car The Crusher. v/s The American

1695 $ 995 Cash PRELIMINARY

Dangerous ScuffUn' Hillbilly
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: $195.00 FIRM All Ringside- $7.001NOt Reserved) For Ticket Information I

General Admission-.00: "FREE PARKING'? Call ((904)) 473-2761 [

I Due to,Our Grand Opening Responces We're Continuing Our Sale thru, Children- $2.00 v ':,

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A TUTOR" All subjects, K-8, Certified
Traveler with 20 ft. awning, fully self- Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and Teacher. 533.2901 after 7

contained price neg. 5332411. Call Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W Layfayette CLIFf'S DIESEL REPAIRS 24 hr. road p.m.ser F'r
after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn 964-7498. 9/16 tfn St. 964.50657/4 tIn
ROLLS OF HAY Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET Will GOVERNMENT JOBS vice.Detroit..473-7143.Spec. In 6/27 Cummins tfn. Mac : ruJil1CJarQC

Gaskins. 782-3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn design and remodel to suit your needs. $16,040-I59,230/YR: Now hiring. Na SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All ;

BRADFORD LIMEROCK Call 964-6305, ask for John. 3/07 tfn tionwide. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-3000 makes cleaned oiled and adjusted, {!

SALES MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: One mile for current federal list. 8/1 9/19 8tpd $15. Used sewing machines for sale REALTYPHONE
Llmerock ft Fill Dirt from Starke city limits. Clean. No ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. .
20 yd.semi-loads only children 16, W. Call. rT.J
or pets. Hwy. PRIOR SERVICE PEOPLE Do you know and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tIn ( \ -
Phone 782-3172 5/23tfchg 468.132310/7 tfn where you can find a part-time lob In CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free ilL.rtJ ,
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for tale at CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On
: plumbing, masonry, metal fob, and estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. 964-7776
Doublewlde Home Center located Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call that offersa
heavy equipment operator Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. 3/29 CECELIAfERWILLLGAR
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not 964.7530 or 468-1323 10/07 tfn steady paycheck, specialized train. tfn 205 N. Temple I Starke

trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg STUDIO APARTMENT: Weekly, monthly Ing and If qualified, up to $27,000 for WANT TO DRINK TODAY AND ALWAYS MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU.
SALE Store furniture for N. Tem
FOR Palms 2314
: bought rates Apartments, college? the 202nd civil engineering
sale at Ollns Home Center located on ple Ave. 7/28 tfn squadron of the Florida Air National WANT TO STOP
Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Guard currently has these military THAT'S OURS OUR PROGRESS.

furniture. 6/13 tfnchg BA apt. For more Information call Lake positions available. Contact MSGT Carl Alcoholics Anonymous96441509646S94964

HOUSE PLANS Custom drawn phone Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Sievers Jr. Man thru Frl for more Infor 219 PREFERRED PROPERTIES

Macclenny 1-259-35387/11 4tchg Housing. 6/7 tfnchg motion. Call 904- 533-3386. Join thru
ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN PARK RENTAL 24 ft. trailer, by the Americans at their best 8/1 8295tchgHELP GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windows,
LAKE CITY GLEASON'S CORNER MALll month for 1 or 2 adults No Pets. WANTED: Openings available for etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY subdivided highway frontage close to school $1,000.

Fresh water Marine fish, birds, puppies Deposit required. Starke KOA Kam- prior service personnel In the Naval! 964.6073. Orders also taken in Lake acre.
kittens and pet supplies. Ten percent pground, Hwy 301 S. 964-8484 8/8 tfn Air Reserve Program in Jacksonville Butler, 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, per
off with this ad. 7/11 4tchg HOUSE: 3BR 1BA carpet, air, stove Ground and flight crew positions 473.4973.2/26 tfn FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining Camp

25 IN ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE $200.00 refrig garb. dlsp., no pets. 300 mo. available In Patrol Transport, Helo ft BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infants and Blanding management Area Buy all or part Excellent Invest-

call 964-6Q50: or 782-3886 after 6 plus 1 mo. deposit. Call for apolnt. Attacks squadron. Call toll free toddlers up to 5 years of age receive ment.
1-800-521-1315 for further Information. excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call
Ideal for 4-H FFA project 15 mo. $800. GUEST HOUSE 1BR furnished 175moFix SCULPTURED NAIL TECHNICIAN Must 4737864. 4/04 tfn e2 BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are

496.3050 after 5 p.m. 8/15 8/22 2tpd up taR unfurn. 100/mo. Fix up tiny have professional experience. LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball rented & have positive cash flow & good assumable mor
GRAPES: U Pick, open every day 7 a.m. house unfurnished 125/mo 964.8404 Hairplanes 964-4645 8/15 8/22 2tchg fields playgrounds. Phone 495.I 96 I
til dark Lilly Vineyards 12 miles East of 8/8 8/15 8/22 2tchg WANTED: 2 experienced hairdressersfor anytime 4/25 tfnchg tgages. Owner will take second mortgages for good client. 2

Keystone Heights on 100 Coral Farm KITCHENETTES 2 completely furnished, tull time employment. Followingnot BULLDOZER Wanting to do bulldozer story home on Call and Church St. reduced to $37,700.

Rd. 659.2121 8/15 tfn utilities Included. 964-7184 8/8 tIn necessary. Call 964-4247 95. 8/15 work. Have 2 bulldozers ft looking for The Shop -
Small herd of black BR 2 BA, heat, porch, COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Formerly Pastry
FOR SALE: angus, FOR RENT 4 Ig. 8/22 I tchg work. 964-5606. 7823333. Ask for
and bull, all approx 2 1/2 yrs old office In back, laundry & wash room, SAT ft SUN POSITION Dependable person Mark. 8/8 tIn 318 Call St in The Historic Section of Starke Originally

3,500.00; cattle trailer 400.00, 2 horses appoint. only. 964.6365 tfn to work snack bar at Waldo Flea FRESH RIVER SHRIMP And fish for your $33,000. reduced to $23,000.
-1 mare and 1 gelding wsaddles; |lust UNFURNISHED HOUSE: 4BR. 1'/.Ba, 315 Market. For Appoint. Call 468-2255 freezer. Ten Ibs. or more. Please call Bradford
wormed and shots, 1,200.00 for the N. Walnut St. 350/mo. 964-8404 8/15 NEEDED BABYSITTER In Brooker near 294.9755.9/15 10/3 4tchg BEAUTIFUL & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY

pair 964.5414 MOBILE HOME: 38R, 2BA, Stove S Refrig. school for 3'/i yr. old. Dependable. CHILD CARE Will keep your 4.7 yr. old Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,
FOR SALEilZ In. table saw 150.00 10 In. 280/mo. & deposit. No Pets. Near Playmate for your own child. Hours little girl after school. Pickup from walk anywhere. -
nice neighborhood
Dewall Radial Saw 200.00 964-5414 Hampton School. 468.1559 8/22 Itpd 7.5:30.: Call H/485-1038 W3925990. Southside. 964-8549 8/22-29 police protection, ,

BEAUTY SHOP EQUIP. FOR SALE: new LARGE 3BR frame house w/fireplace, SALES PERSON NEEDED Excellent career CARPENTRY WORK General repair, porches $7,000.A .

station with wet sink, one hydraulic unfurnished, w/lg yard; located in opportunity in industrial uniform sales decks, bathroom 8 kitchen plum. JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home In city with little
chair, 3 dryers, will sell all or part country.964.5630 after 5:00.8/221: with a growing company in the N Fla bing remodeling. 964-6232 8/22 tchg
4622456. 8/22 tchg TRAILER I 1BR, near Graham, completely area. We offer excellent base salary HODGES CUSTOM ENGRAVING: name yard to keep up & with complete privacy. Approx. 2417 sq. ft. ,

ALL AMERICAN STEEL BUILDING furnished Including air. $60/wk plus commission, employ benefits and badges door plates, desk plates, CH&A, 3BR, 2BA, spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla.
BROKERS has |lust acquired a limited 485-1371. 8/22 1 Itchg opportunities for advancement. For
awards, plaques, trophies. I.
selection of ogrl and commercial steel 1 BR FURNISHED APART: No pets, $175. opt call Dale Holloway at 9648544., 904-473-3671 24 hr. serv. day or eve. room, roomy utility room, sky lights, 2 uti buildings, property

buildings at some of the lowest pricesIn month. 964-5276 8/22 1 Itchg EOE. 8/22 I tchgATTENTION completely enclosed w/privacy fence $55,000.

the Industry. Sizes from 1200 sq ft SENIORS STARKE 1 or 2 BR furnished : Part time needed now to LAND FOR SALE BARGAIN OF THE YEAR 2 BR with carport Lot approx.
up. Please call nowl! 904-721-0433 8/22 apart. 468-1115 8/22 Itchg December demonstrating Christmas
AUCTION EVERY FRI AND SAT RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month Decor. New party plan. Earn good 75'X350' on 314 N. St. Clair St. 19900.
and Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- receive free free ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsytho Road no 1BA
NIGHTiBeginnlng 8/23 7:30: pm across up. money training use CHARM WITH ECONOMY & LOCATION 3BR. approx.
Owner at 964-5065 or 964.4048 6/27 and down payment, $75 per mo. Call
of $300 kit. Chance win trips
from Waters Market in Lawtey: 9645606. 10/4 tin 960 ft. built 1983 on Bessent Rd. plus 8X12 shed $35,900.
furniture and misc. NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS prizes. Work own hours. Call Terri sq.
cabinets 8/22-9/22, shelving 4tpd TFN US-441 between Sylvia & Cherolkke, 1.373.0860 Collect. 8,2 8/29 LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down, YOU'LL LOVE TO CALL THIS HOME Brick home on 5 acres -

N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near: SALES CLERK Must be neat, honest balance In five years, financing by
and Next to Rd. 2BA barn
COLOR TV: $99 up. 9646853. 12/13 tIn. completely fenced on Forsyth 3BR, green
south of Starke. 9648212. fishing, hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway, dependable able to work all shifts.
Truck ,
Stop mining. New 2-br Cabins-Furn Sunset Good pay & benefits. Apply at Jr. Food ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. house, 5 ceiling fans, many trees, motivated seller $69,000.

ADD 3,500 A dealer.ROOM 904-964-5606 14'X22' 3,000/lnstalled 6/27 tfnchg Form Rd. Cabins Rt. 1 Box 216-C Whittier store.. In Waldo. Hwy. 24 ft Cole ST. 8/15 9645606.3500. $350 1/03 dn.tIn, $70 per mo. Call CLOSE IN FAMILY LIVING 1.96 acres in city with 4BR, 2BA,
NC 28789 1.704-497-22007/49/22
GRAPES.65/lb. 9647698. 11 pet, REAL. ESTATE LICENSING In Lake City. ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY approx. 2,000 sq. ft. heated on Butler Terrace. Only $48,400
ISTn. Brand FOR RENT 1 1BR House on Hampton Lake, Call 1.755.4040 North Fla. Real Estate
SIMCO.BARRELl", SADDLE: ROAD C3.0OO, no down payment, $70 ALWAYS GOOD TASTE & charming 3BR< ISA brick.j'
IN Cozy
:315".WrCoTdTCllT: Stor""'984"fBW" *<>** J..iamll'" Room. CHAA.,Adults Only, College. 8/15 tfn Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn
New 5x8 468.I 829 8/22 Itpd HAIRCUTTER NEEDED Fla. licensed. Lots per mo. remodeled. Country living at its best on
FURNISHED APT.1208 N. Cherry, possible chair. Hairplanes
of walk-in rent a
trailer $650 16' dozer trailer, 3500. down $70 mo.
utility ; availability Sept.. all utilities plus cable 964.46458/159/222tchg no payment per Bethel Church Rd. & 230A.

$1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16'Iawn axle t.v./hbo Incl. 1-BR, from 150.00; 2.3 BR EARN PREMIUM RATESlmmediate open- Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn LET'S GO TO THE COUNTRY Brick with 3BR, 2BA, LR, combo
trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964.5764; after
trailer, $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 from 1900022000.Citizen.Prefer quiet Indlv.alter Ings for wood processors, secretaries services, 5. call 964.5251.3/07 tfn kitchen & dining room, family room w/pannelled walls, with
or couple/Sr. Inquire and clerks. Call Kelly
ft. ramps $100. Olln's Mobile Home typists OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and old and 2 acres reduced
5:30 8/22-8/29 2tchg 8/15 tfn 1580 ft., only 5 yrs. on
Center Rd. 100 W. Storke. 9645606. p.m. 371.1913 Hurry. dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile approx. sq. .
LAND FOR RENTiS Acres approx. set up POOLE TRUCK LINE, INC.: Is hiring long City Rd.
home cabin $4950 ea. from $57,500 to $49,500..Sampson
for mobile home for rent at 50/mo. haul truck drivers with good records.
w/$150 dn., $63.14 Exc huntingand
FLASHING arrow signs $259 complete. SR-121 In Raiford. Call 431.1976 or Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241 HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
Owner ((904)) 236.4579 or
($25 monthly). Lighted, no arrow $237. 431.1555.8/22.8/292tpd Detroit, Blvd.. Pensacola, Fl. 8/22 Hen fishing.

Warranty. We'll not be undersold! See ROUTE DELIVERYI A.M. Notional 629.9649.6/13 12tchg 8/29 193' on 301 S. x 80'. . . . . . . . 85000.
locally: 1 ((800)) 423.0163, anytime! PROPERTY LAND FOR SALE: Six lots 1-2/3 acre per
COMMERCIAL Newspaper looking for reliable person lot 3.500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For. 250' on 301 N. x 120' . . . . . . . $89,000.

WANTED RENTLEASEFOR with 1-800-824-42168/22 vechlcle to handle local Itchg Distribution sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. 200'on 301 N. approx 1.61 Acres . . . .$125,000.
Coll 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg
MOVIE JOBS In studio or on location. WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot locatedat 270'on 301 S. approx 4 acres . . . . . $300,000.
Exciting career potential.
Woodland Acres, Starke. Has well,
WANTED Responsible person to assume story building 7500 sq ft on corner of Call 602829.6865, ext. 236 0/22 8/29 ROOM TO ROAM
tank and pole. 8500 selling
home. light
wlde mobile septic
payments on Dbl- Call ft Thompson Sts., needs remodel. CHEMICAL OPERATORS SCM Specialty
Call after 4:30: p.m. 964-4135 ALSO-FOR ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. Chemicals has 2 openings for chemical price 500 down 13500month. Call 40 Acres Rd. 230 $100,000.
waterbed. 964.5606 6/13 tfhchg
SALE King tpd Size 4 poster 5/30 tfn operators at our manufacturing facility LAND FOR SALE 5 to 20 acres. 9647893. 36.43 Acr. Brownlee Rd.-Owner financing $82,233.

WANTED$300.8/221 Need carpool from Lawtey to chemical In Gainesville. Prior Is experience Industrial a 8/8 8/29 20 Acres NE 13th St. (near Ctry. Club) $50,000.

downtown Jax. Coll Dale Traylor REAL ESTATE experience operator Is required. This 2 trailer ACRES W/TRAILER Will: 10000.take Without 20.16 Acres off Morgan Rd. well, septic, barn $50,000
8000. percentage
9644763. 8/22 Itpd OUT OF AREA
WANTED Bradford High School Band position involves rotating shift and down send Inquiries to Rt. 1 Box 1164, 10.93 Acres Flume Rd. to Ctry. Club $49,000.

needs a 6X10' (approx) trailer frame or We benefits offer an excellent salary Melrose, Fl. 32666. Ruby Newsom. 10 Acres South of Waldo (off Hwy 301)) $30,000.
covered trailer for transporting In CUSTOM BUILT: Three bedroom 1 1/2 program. and LOT FOR SALE On Eastwood Dr. $4000or
struments. Call Mrs. Burch 964-6917 bath two lots on Ochlocknee Boy. City I If! you hove industrial mechanical aptitude, best offer. 629-2283 Call collect. 15 Acres Hampton, State Rd. 18 $33,000.

8/22 1IchgWANTEDINice Water, split level central H/A, previous Interest experience by com you 33 ACR $r3DO ft; on 301. 5 miles S. of 4 3/4 Acres Rd. 230A & Wilson Rd. $12,000.

lady w/hlgh morals to fireplace deck, dock, boatramp. ((904)) may pleting Indicate an employment your application at Starke, RR siding' can be sub divided. 7 Acres Lawtey Area $10,500.
9845516. Terms available. 964.7490 days
and share responsibilities
live In Industrial
w/lady and teenage son. 100/mo. plus N.C. MOUNTAINS new 2 BR cedar our plant in the Applications Airport will be 475.2195 nights Itchy 1.37 Acres South on Road 100 $5,000A
and homes, land water, electric, heat, rock ,
have Income transpor
food. Must from 9 to 3 Monday
accepted p.m. LOT FOR YOUR MONEY
tation. Children negotiable. Raiford. fireplace, deck for 38500. We are August 30.
through Friday, through
431.1568.8/2211chg. developing 1,400 acres surrounded by You may also apply be sending your Hampton Oaks $5,000 Crosby Lake $25,000
share rivers and lakes. Pick and choose
WANTEDFemale Sr. Citizen to your resume to Employment Manager, FOR SALE 16Vi ft Bonita a Bow Rigler Lk. Vill. $5,500 Ctry. Club Ests.$9,500
2-BR home In town w/Sr. Citizen Couple spot now per acre. P.O.Box 389, Jacksonville, 32201. Interviews with V Haul, 50 outboard Johnson, Ex.
964.5548 for opt. to negotiate. Will CAN REALTY, 124 Highway 64W, Mur will be scheduled after application cellent Cond. 9644227. Cockatells, Bessent & Mimosa $6,900 Five Oaks $10,000

furnish transportation for Interview if (phy(800)438-8196.,) NC 28906.8/221Icn Free brochure. I screening EOE 8/22 Itchg male A female, cage included hand Bradford ViII. $7,000 Southgate ((2 Lots) $12,000

needed. 8/22.8/29 2tchg minimum FEE. tamed, male talks,
SECRETARY: 50 CWPM ; $75.00.8/221tpd Lake $17.000
& $7,500 Crosby
.. Cherry
--'" 964.17718/22 ItchgOWNEROPERATOR 76' "SKEETER" WRANGLER 16' Bass Boat
: MIAMI TRANSFER with 79' 85 h.p. Mercury. Good cond.

NEEDS YOU Flatbed Fla-Ga Operation $3500.00 Call 468.1777 or 9646911. . .
LAVERN H. OUTLAW 904.757.81358/22I1pd 9 '/. HP JOHNSON OUTBOAKU: oooa" EVENINGS
HAIRDRESSER WANTED: Call for appt. cond. $300. 964.8929 or 431.1744 8/22 964.4319
BILL DODD 964-7408
Broker 964.4090 Calvin ft Jolene 8/22 Itchg Itchg JOHN GREENE 533.2121
REALTOR BOATS: 118i foot let must sacrifice IRVING CLARK.JR.964-7188
n Res. 954-5478 NOVIS WARD 96-1 7454
$2000. 1-Flshlng boat with new motor WAYNE DOUGLAS 964 6593
MOTORCYCLES $2000. 964.52748/22.292tchg

198S ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler
KAY WATERS 1700. OBO. Good condition. 782-3333 NOTICE Subscribe Todayl I Rent

Ro.. 964-6941 8. tfn CompletelyfFor Remodeled
found &
Would young boy UNION COUNTY TIMES 3 BR House
e Your Full Service turned in ring at TG&Y please 496-2261 on Hwy,100

STARKE. FL Real Estate Office e 1 call 964-8284 giving description. CALL 964-8848
Across from 9644073WavHcKinncy

Norman's Market "We Do Appraisal/ / REALTY

U.S. 301 South _
964-7700 1392X..3 BR, I1/ BA., block In _
Beautiful ((1932 sq.
Ml N. Tempi;*A... Parkwood SID 35500.
2Vi BA home on approx. 6 acres. This home isSbeautifully Vomlo... O* Srofcor-Om
iff ) 3 BR >m 386X--3 BR, IVi BA., frame near
ft. out buildings, other am- Joy"'o'"...AstoclofoU
landscaped 2288 sq. ,. Southside Elem. School, corner lot ]

imenities too numerous to mention. Must be seen to believe. 23400. PLUMBING

$128,500. Additional Acreage Available Acre $1900 per acre. St. Rd. 100] f388X..Small frame, 3 BR, 1 dA In

Acres with 3 Dbl-wide M.H.'s. all withIcH&A frontage Lawtey 7500.
New On The Market 21 WORTH CONSIDERING 4 BR, 3 BA, 1407-1 BR, 1 BAs, frame, Raiford
wells & septic tanks 20 min. from G'vllle. All for 12500. FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS, .
separate Fireplace, dbl. carport, LG. adjoining,j
92900. area with BBQ grlll-super for enterj j I405--3 BR 2 BA., block encl. garage, CALL THE COMPANY THAT WILL BE HERE TOMORROW.

BRICK RAMBLER 3 BR. 2 BA, CH&A on 1.15 acres In talnlng. Sam owner financing I Saratoga Heights' area $38,500. TO STAND BEHIND THE WORK THEY DO TODAYI!

Iparkwood* LOVELY Priced below appraised value at 57800. 052 Acres w/nlce home, paved Rd.,2 j jsides. f399-3 BR 1 BA., block fenced corner
subdivision. lot Ch/2 wall unit., shaded lot
Land In 3 BR, 2BA
RANCH pasture.
*3 ACRE MINI FARM-HORSE 03. Acres paved Rd., 2 sides. $39,900.
abundance of kitchen cabinets and counter space, plus many 0111 Acres Graham area. *

ommenities See It and you'll love It. $64.900. 0114 Acre. Union Co. Owner will] Check on our commercial Investment FREE ESTIMATES WAYNE KINNEYPLUMBING
other a
TO EVERYTHING 3BR, 2BA, CH&A. hold Mtg. St. Rd. 11 for Highway commercial
| IN TOWN & Inside 019' Acre. Union Co. Owner will) Mobile Home Parks, Aats.9M .
I Fireplace Microwave, dishwasher & more. Beautiful on hold Mtg. St. Rd. IB N.Temple Ave; 1M' SEWER & DRAIN CLEANING

$63,900. -5 Acre. 47* h. on 301 S of Starke I Sterke.FI320 lSTROUT l 1M' NEW CONSTRUCTION 964 8156

] OWNER FINANCED 3 BR 2 BA CH&A on approx. 2 acres inj Lot across from Waldo Flea Mkt.ISO' .| H-ST WATER REPAIRS HEATERS& REMODELING

lcity.$51.500. Small trailer ft lot. Owner financing]
lots and Ii! REASONABLE
acreage INCOIlPO.AtlO
1 *We have building Large Blk Bldg, 3 stores under roof. I SSOMI J' Rf004576/

IWe Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties. ->mall Bldg. good are. Ideal for) "
4-93| 473-3096
Selling? Call Us. most env bu.ln.. .
Tilt kin 'of Ruvtng Or _

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shingle roof extrai. On 3/4
their ministry through filling the petition In many area: acre REALTY pipes and fittings. Water softeners. 'TRADE-INI
Keystone Heights 24,000
or Rental Property Available Ace Hardware,
organl.t. For more Informotlon best offer 473-3160 473-3082. Bryan Keystone Hgts.,
plot call church olflc. 4733829. or 1 BR FURNISHED efficiency cottages. 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg
6/22 tfnchg 7/25tfnchg By week or month. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series ]
N.C. MOUNTAINS New 2 bedroom
POOLE TRUCK LINE INC. It hiring long KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, organ with double keyboard basepedals DAYS
haul truck driven with cedar homes, land water electric Licensed Real Estate Broker,473-4961 and rhythm section $795 Call
good record ,
heat rock fireplace, deck for $38,500.W. i 6/21 tfnchg FANTASTIC E=
473.2210 473-4648
Mutt b 23. Apply in pvrton at 2241) weekdays or
are developing 1,400 acres surrounded Interior
Detroit Blvd., Pcnsacola, Ft. fcon1 weekends for appointment see. tfn & Exterior
WOMAN to live In and care for elderly by rivers and lakes. Pick and. i ichoose OFFICE SPACE Available on Highway RIDING MOWER 16 H.P., 42 Inch cut. Implement MOWER .
your spot now! $4,000 per acre.ERA 21. $100 per office. 473.3360 "9-5, hitch $1000 boat .
woman. Room board and salary' ; Fishing
Phone 473-2183 Tu* Sot 106. 473-7947 DUNCAN REALTY, 124 Highway 475-1468 after hours 4tchg 8/1.8/22 15'/ ft. fiberglass Johnson 20 H.P. Quality OFFER
after 6. Itchg 8/22 64W Murphy NC. 28906. Free |LARGE 2 BEDROOM horn on lake. A/C Mercury'trolling motor Gator trailer. .
brochure. I 438 8196. 8/22 lean
PART ((800)) and heat fireplace large deck Excellent cond. $1500 Exercise 'tRADE.INNOW"1
TIME preschool teacher part time shady ; bike, Bonded and Insured e
daycar worker. Mutt experienced, lot, no pets $375 per month. magnifying light 118 volt 60 cycle, like THAT'SHOAU- '
21 and a christian 475.2145. Melrote.Itchg PERSONAL SERVICES 16943087. tfnchg 8/15 new. 473.2971.2tpd 8/15.8/22 Ask for RichardFor
/MOBILE HOME Double wide 3 BR .FREE .
8/22 2 BA, GRAPES- -PICK Open everyday. "APp"OX.I.MATE"
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work extra large living room new carpet Lilly's Vineyard. Coral Farms Road Free Estimate WORTH
REAL ESTATE LICENSINGSALESMAN kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. kitchen equip., unfurnished. No pets Florahome. 659.2121.8/15) tfnchg PAYMENT
CLASSES Reasonable prices Call 473.4018 after $100 dep. $250 per mo. .1129. Itod REMINGTON 870 Wing Master 12 964-5188 DOWN PAYMENTS
8 Week Class 2 NightsWeekStarts 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR furnished gauge pump shotgun. Good condition. HO MONTM"Y
Sept.10 Call 473-4816 CARPET AND VINYli Repairs and In. home. A/C clean. $250 mo., $200 dep. $150. 473.2803. Itchg 8/22 e FO"90 DAYS'
or 475-2272 stallations. Free estimates. Ten years Length flexible 2497884. 4tpd POOL COVER DOME 27 ft by 42 ft -
: .. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for 8/22-9/12/ $200. 750 cc Suzuki motorcycle loaded your old mower
Craig. 5/17 tfnchg MOBILE HOME Furnished I BR I BA. $800. Meal on wheels coffee, hot
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt Keystone-M.Irose area Private food cold food $100. Rabbits, rabbit 'lot a shiny WOW mower]
REAL ESTATE WANTEDWE mildew peeling paint from homes, lakefront acreage. Single pdrty or couple cages, crock and feeders $150. House Classified SNAPPER
driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick only. No pets $175 mo., $100 dep. full of furniture 473.3281 or 4732000. Ads Unbelievable trade-
NEED LISTINGS! Lake lots home t, 4732452. 4tchg 8/15 9/5 Call Jacksonville collect 725.8945. 2tpd SOFA matching chair reasonable. Call Get Results condition or
buyer waiting. Put No. I to work far FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing 8/22 8/29 473-3520 after 4 p.m. 2tpd 8/22 8/29 In-any
you today. Call Kerry Whitford at Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac LAKE GENEVA 2 BR house partly fur BOAT 1984 Glasstream 16 ft. bass and make.
473.4903 or 4733321. CENTURY 21 4732521. 8/1 tfnchg nished. $255 a month. Lease. Call ski boat Johnson 50 H.P. with trailer. Free attachment
Realtor Showcase Properties, Inc., TERRY HALL BUILDERS Custom homes anytime 12645194. 2tchg 8/22.8/29 Asking $4,500 or best offer. 357-A with\ purchase ot gas.
Hwy 21 North Keyitone Heights. $22 per sq. ft. Additions & Home Improvements APARTMENT I BR I BA. no kitchen. $95 Ponce DeLeon Keystone Club Estates.MISCELLANEOUS push or seltpropelled -
8/22tfnchg State licensed contractor. per mo. 1.694.3087. Itchg 8/22 powered SNAPPER at
473-3929. 8/1 tfnchg 3 BR I BA 357 Ponce Deleon KeystoneClub LEARn price.
CARS, TRUCKS DEEP STEAM Truck mounted carpet Estates. $280 mo., $280 security regular MulCherizer.
& BOATS cleaning. August special FREE deposit. Showing at 6.9 p.m. Mon-Sun. PAC RAT Buy, Sell and trade Used furniture (choose I ihatcherlzer
DEODORIZING. C S B Carpet Cleaning appliances, household items, '--; \ iw-i)
Keystone Heights' 4737770. Stpd MOBILE HOMES14x60 collectables, glassware old jewerly icFAcro extra
1914 FORD RANGER air, AM/FM 8/1-8/29 tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 r With Ssssss-
cassette, 4 speed Excellent condition. HOUSE CLEANING AND JANITORIAL PRICE WAR) Deluxe flashing arrow a
BRAND NEW 2BR 1'10 BA '/.
475.1754 after 5 p.m. Itchg 8/22 SERVICE Home or office. Very good acre wooded lake on signs $259 complete ($25 monthly). payments'or 90 daVS
work and at reasonable prices.Call W/D area access. CH/A Lighted no arrow ,,$237. Nonlighted
after connections Many extras Immediate
me 3:30 p.m. 473-2658. 8/29 pd $189. 'II
LAND FOR SALE However we not be undersoldby
MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, barstools occupany. Low down paymentand anyone! See locally. Warranty. Fac ,
camper beds. No job too small monthly payments. Owner finance J PEP.Industrxss.
LAKE LOT Hlllcreit lake. 13500. Addison Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg ed. 473.3671 evenings and weekends. WILL tory TRADE: 1(800)( ) 423 0163, anytime fcan &PDaadlct +
a professional pool table
Owner will finance. $164 per month. 8/15 95WRITING 7/18 tfnchg ofFuouaA
for riding lawn Good condition dwlwnE
473.4367. tfnchg. 12/6 FOR FUN AND PROFIT 4 week 1264 -Carport;screened porch 2 utility 0-sticks, balls and wall rack.
LOT FOR SALE Keyttone Heights, readyto session, $20. Begins Sept. 10. Phone sheds, chain link fence CHI A. "4 mile 4737891. Itpd 822Protect ,
move on. Power well septic and freelance writer Anne Sponholtz. from school. 473.4019.8/ltnnchg r
fence 6499. 392.0985 or 4733024. 473.3756.3tpd 8/15.8/29 WHY PAY RENT You can own this r+r + ..
Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13 beautiful 3/2 double wide mobile t $ o. .+
WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA) 5 home with many extra features Including Your HomeAnd z
acre parcels on scenic county maintain. YARD SALE large walk In closets fireplace,
ed road. Melrote area. From $16,000. 10 X '14 storage building chain link Save 25% ..r
Need financing? Call today. Prestige THREE FAMILY yard. sale August 24 fence. Priced toJsell at 28900. Call On All Maintenance Free ExteriorsCut i t Winter's School of Dance
I) Properties, Inc. 373.1700 after hours and 25. Hwy 100 five miles east of Kerry Whitford at 473.4903 or 4733321. Brick And Stone I
475.2647.7/25 tfnchg Keystone on County Line Rd. Follow Century 21 Showcase Properties, Inc. Shell i Classes, Now Forming
signs. Itpd 8/22 realtor. Hwy 21 North Keystone Don't Be Left Out)
Heights Vinyl or Aluminum Siding

NOTICE 2 BR MOBILE HOME $150 a month furnished CALL TODAY FOR FREE Call Now
For Into:964-6792
Subscribe or unfurnished
Across from ,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Lake on SR100. Purchase for ESTIMATESHomes j or 964-7098
Today I the lake of Beautiful of N. Fla.
to Region Monitor month. $50 down!-4'3.7560 8/15 12/30 Age 4 & Up
flee In writing and paid In advance pd Starke Fla.
unless credit is already establishedwith 964o766Guaranteed Dorothy Salazar
this office.MONITOR aaro+ra a-or
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Classified Ads Savings

Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon Motor Route Available PAINTING
prior to Thursday publication. () In Starke-Lake Butler Area. iHUMMYrorri n ENDS SQONI,
Minimum charge is 15 words for$2.75 'P Must have reliable transporta 475.2280
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS'Financechargee.ccw.i
NEW & USEDWe tion, telephone and be able to (rom date of purchase.
End of Season Special post a $250 cash bond deposit. INTERIOR EXTERIOR
Finance Our Own
KIRBYS Nationwide swimming pool company Call 964-5165 (8:00 AM 5:00: PM. Doc's Saw Shop
ROYALS has new; 1985 qualify''Irtground pools*, Mon. thru Fri.) or come by office NEW CONSTRUCTION Worthington. Springs
Subscribe TodaylBRADFORD I Want"homesites for display 1605 N. Temple Ave.WAYNE'S. '
EUREKAS <> pro'gram. fl rs Hadw. t8'
*** COUNTY; Great Saving for homeowners FURNITURE.REFINISHUJG lie' ylut ._ > fIII nl
if BS East Main; Street
: ELECTROLUX' TELEGRAPHShop who qualify. New pool concept and 4 W BONDED;) e INSURED
best In business. 100% Lake Butler Florida
964-6305 warranty ,
SEARS financing. Immediate credit Starke Power Equipment
COMMERCIALWe a allabl.. Florida-State, Certified Irj- FREE ESTIMATES : 322 S Walnut Street

repair all makes cured Bonded. Starke Florida
399-5685 Phone Collect
AI Young'sSince & Compare 11 I L J ALL OFFICE SERVICES Manning Lawnmower

Special Insurance for Taxi Company Transcribing- your cassettes or mine Highway 100
1957 Mobil Home Parks Typing letters, Any printed Forms, Keyslone.HeightsCLASSIFIED'
964.6918 All types of homeowners Bargain Center Inc. Resumes, Student papers.
policies for I Businesses or Individual.
3 Miles north of mobile homes. 1 Bookeeplng Consultation to set up a
Starke on US 301 Call for Quote Electrical t Plumbing [t. 964-5859 J system, posting-weekly or monthly
Mobil.Home Supplies quarterly report.

.-. _.. Olin's Mobile i Paneling S Cabinets Billing Medical or Accounts
--- 2 Commercial Maker. Receivable .

GoetzmanConstruction Home Sales 1 Makes 350 Ibs. a Day 110% Senior Citizen EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
Temporary or Permanent Employment
CompanyHas Elaine M. Olin, Agent i Capacity Discount ADS GETRESULTS '
for need.
Call us your employment
964.5606 96-1-6619301 South
75 Mile Radius W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE 964-6305 I

Moved to NewLocation .' i iI QUALITY FOR LESS Metered Cab & PERSONNEL SERVICES
I 218 S. Walnut Street Stark. ((904))

Steve Broadway brdbb,- 964.7777

301 South Industrial TREE SERVICEIs

Now .

Park BROADWAY & WALTERS Opening Soon moiiiccLE

Septic Tanks Installed Removal Commercial Storage

Fill Dirt 5 Loads or Mora Building
Spread Free Stump Trimming Removal Reserve Your Space Now (INVENTORY CLEARANCE))

Top Soil llmerock Gravel By calling Doug
Firewood ftft -
944-8848 .
Pick-Up or Delivered 1982 Suzuki $1395
Free Estimate C&C Mini StorageU.S.

964-5115-964-4488 473.4732 473.7679] 301 S. StarkeCYPRESS GS605 wID rive Shaft

After 5 P.M. 1982 GS550 1400 mi. $1595

If'I' Keystone Heights .... -
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Licensed & Insured Still Under Warranty

.._.._ 1978 Mark V Suzuki $1095750cc
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Sack Unurtnau! '& Associatec. 3nc.I & PINE BARKYou 1977 GT185 Suzuki ,$595

Realtor/Builder: 473.7060 pick-up or We deliver Motorcycle TrailerTo

(.Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford'' I Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING carry your camping equip.

roads. Our community water systems Owner financing s
Ifrom $395000. Central to Gainesville Jacksonville Palatka and j 964.6649 50 %

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i Beautiful Golf, Course Lots'I
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!: Priced from $10,950 -NOTICEMEN j, ueuxr




Carpet (Any Scotchgard HIGH SCHOOL NECESSARY


CleaningFlorida 6 Hal I Available $9.22 HOUR
Tune Kit
Complete Up
Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
SERVICES OFFERED Points Plugs condensor:;
and of waD to wall carpet, furniture cleanIng $7.95 'up
We specialize/ In cleaning re-dyeing KEEP PRESENT PREPARING AT HOME FOR
and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial: contracts. Quality JOB WHILE Come sea The new owners today at 1

low Call now to make an appointment GOVERNMENT. EXAMS I
work at low. prices.
No Mileage! Charge Free Advice Write& Include Phone No. Starke CyclesU.S.
I Senior, ,. Citizen! Discount NATIONAL TRAINING SVC., INC.
t Call 964.4997 Call "
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Wi GMC VANt>/2 ton $2500 964-7423
1''0 FORD VAN 1/2 ton $3000. Call NEARLY NEWS 3BR IB A. |lust outside
964.7423 Til. A Carp.t. 6/6 tfn town CH&A wood stove, pretty lot on HOMES FOR SALE FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES FOR SALEBass
RENT TO OWN MONTHLY dally, w..kly, private road. 964-5997 8/22 Itchg -
rates from 3 Bit 1% BA HOMEi Saratoga Ht*., corner
Mlro, 4 oreo. lot. Enclosed garage, CH&A. Phon. GOVERNMENT HOMES From $1, (U :
surrounding Call for FOR RENT Union 150 Package deal 2" 4" electric start trolling motor,
10 percent dlicount. 964.8652.3/21 tfn repair). Also delinquent tax property. CountyTlmes. : or well waterpumps depth
Kytton Hats. U-Sav Auto Rental 3 BR MUST SELLt CH&A enclosed Call 8056876000. Exf. GH-1136 for In Main Street Lake Butler Phone new Installation of septic Under, many other extras, call
1910 HONDA' 473-4711 8/9 8/29 garage, low maintenance, ceiling fans, formation. 7/4 8tpd 8/22 496-2261 far Information tin tanks, drain fields and lift station. 4963009. 8/15 3tchg 8/29
PRELUDES Air. sunroof nice neighborhood close to Southsid HOUSES Near Lake Butler bedroom, Mobile home poles available. All work M74 Venture Pop-up camper,
964.5358 automatic. .Tak. up payment. Call Elm. $39.900, 964.5952 or 964.6915 MOBILE HOMESMust 1-bath central heating and air, fur guaranteed Call Tommy Dormarj.,. refrigerator stove, sleep six. Good
or .73.2130.81158122 2tchg 4/18 tfn nlshed or unlurnlshed. Phone 273-2191. tfn9/l condition $1.300. call "9l-2691. 8/15
'r VWt Sunroof. nw lire., battery A NETTLES' TREI Price War Deluxe flashing
ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3BR, %BA. 1262.1791 or 1372.1953 8/8 4tchg. SERVICEi Tree removal arrow signs
shocks, $350. 431-1447 aftr 6 p.m. Fireplace, carport screened porch. 3/4 S.II 1982 ,,,'IC56'2 bedroom, I bath 8/29 and pruning. Also firewood oak and $259 complete. ($25 monthly), lighted
74'LTD STATION WAGONS $425.00 mile west of Hwy. 301. $95,000. many extras. Just assume mortgage of Mobil.Home Sit.Well, septic tank and pine for sale Call Thomas Nettles no arrow $237. Nonllghted $ 89.
964-86088/22 ,Itchg 468-1576 after 6:00.: 5/9 tfn $14,500 or refinance. Must be moved. power pole. Shaded lot. Call 496-3939 496-3823. tfn 12/22 However, we'll not be undersold by
19W MUSTANGt 4 ey. 4 tp.. AM FM 601 S. WATER STREETS By 2 BR CB For more Information call 496-3206 nr 462-3066. 8/22 4tchn. 9/12 Will Babysit In my Christian home. anyone! See locally. Warranty. Factory
Radio. No rust, Clean, n.w tires look home. 1.468.132311/8 owner tfn after 6 P.M. tod */>> Weekdays or nights Lunch and snacks : 1(800)( ) 423-0163. anytime. ItrhnPiano
Good. $1800. Dal. Brown 964.6050 GOVERNMENT HOMESs From $1 (U REAL ESTATE provided. For more Information. Call Wonted: Responsible party to takeover
PARADE CONVERTABLEi 1975 Buick repair). Also delinquent tax property MISCELLANEOUSWatch OUT OF AREA ..96-28058/15 2tpd 8/22 spinet-console piano. Easy terms
losabr, whit. with maroon Int., runt Call 805.687.6000 Ext. GH-5504 for In Will Babysit In my home. Will serve Can be seen locally. Write: Credit
good looks great first $2200 takt formation. 8/1 9/19 8tpd for Window Display All breakfast lunch and snacks. Call Manager P. O. Box 612 Astor Fl.
Item $1 .
964-76828/22 tchg LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY 4962282. Ask for 32002. 8/22
each. Betty. 2tpd 8/22 2tchg. 829Camper
New Item
HOMEs 3BR 2BA cedar home. lR. DR, & added daily. All Sale
1-5.7 DIESEL ENGINE ran 4 mil.*, FR w/flreplace. Fenced yard w/utllity Final. Closing for good September 30. ? III I don't have It. I'll find It- Just Experienced Dependable Mom will Fits big trucks and long bed mini
needs crank other parts Included. shed 924 Woodlawn Rd. 964-8268 8/8 Dena's, 95 N.W. First Ave., ark JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. babysit (any age) Mon.-Fri. Call Janice trucks. Stepslde or fleet side. $1.200 or
$500 call after 6:00: p.m. 964.7721 8/22 8/15 2tpd __ Open Daily 10:30: A.M. tn High 4 P.M.SprIngs. 496-2126 or 496-2903, ever "YOUR Noegel. 496.3923 8/15 3tchg 8/29 best off.,. Will consider, trade. Call.
79' LINCOLN MARK Vi Cartl.r UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn Child Care All and 04.471 ft.
tan loaded -. HOME FOR SALCs 3BR; '2BA ages. Love fun. Call after| 6 P.M. 8/22 2tchg. 8/29
low mil. Land For Sale. Approximately 3
excellent cond., new acres. 496-3638 tcha. 8/22
Michelin tlr... 964-5944 8/22 tpd fireplace, ceiling fans, Ig screen proch WANTEDWILL Partlcally wooded well and septic REGISTERED SANTA GERTRUDIS STEER
7V FORD VAN Good shape, 6 cyl. PS. hot tub on 1 acre$60,000 and/or app. Sacres ,tank mobile homes okay. Hale andAssociates HELP WANTED Ideal for 4-H FFA project IS mos. $800
$16,500 all '
PB. Air new tins, 964-5944 8/22 ItpdJEEPStls Southsid Elem. 96".58768/88/29 on Geiger near 4tpd PAY CASH for your used mobile Real Estate Inc. Call 496-3050 after 5 p.m.8/15 8/22 2 2tpd

It true you can buy |ept for$44 home Ray P w.lI. call 496-3377. 8/1 North 496.3939 or 4623068. chg. tin Pool Truck Line, Inc. Is hiring long haul '
through th. U.S. government Get the Carolina Mountains New two QUALITY'
truck drivers with
fact today. Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. bedroom cedar homes, land water, good records. Must
electric heat rock deck for 23. Apply In person at 2241 Detroit
609. 822. 95,919, 1013 pd llrplace,
C.J. S JEEP 2 top, spoke wheel and Subscribe Today I AAINES 38500. We are developing 1,400 Ralford Blvd.. Pensacolo Residents Fl. Itchg. 8/22 TREE SERVICE
roll bar V-8 2,495.00 964-5414 Itpd LAKE REGION MONITOR AGENCY 160 S. acres surrounded by rivers and lakes. janitorial
Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. Pick and choose your! $4,000 lob available. Six Months. "Quality Work
MOBILE HOMES 473-2210 Complete Insurance Service, tin per acre ERA Duncan Realty 124 References required. Call Reasonable Prices"
18002219130. Sanlmasters
Want Ads Get Results' Highway 64W Murphy, N.C. 28906. 7269 Kansas City Missouri, P.O. Box Fully Licensed and Insured
FOR SALE 64113.
Free brochure. 18004388196.( ) 1 tchg.III .
?? Itchg. 8,2 Serving Bradford Co. for 14 Y.nrNeed .

SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 N. ....... ----'- --...- ._ The One to Call Before They Fall"

Stork. Come see Roy Gouln forme.'V CLASSIFIED PAGES 473-2914
of Lok. Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We ,CUSTOM DECK & BACKYARD
buy and move used home. Custom '' Outdoor Wood Furniture 964-5647
964-4414 0'96..778.4/26 tfn Draperies? Wood Decks '
.Wood Play Sets -
FOR SALES Several 2 br Mobil. Homes In i B

good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each Call Loma Stephens Quality Reasonable CraftsmanshipAt fcronef
Som. with A.C. Pine M.H. Park
496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. 496-2219 496.3422 ,
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15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on
one or all. Olin's Mobil. Horn Soles -.. Starling
904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg ,.............................. ................n..u...... ....u


1111 ACRESWell septic took'.
' YARD SALEi 9-5 Fri' & Sat. 1126 Bessent ,.,.-;" pond/open air barn. $33,500
Rd.ltpd A Speciality Gift Shop :::: : ) *5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES .

YARD SALEi Child' clothe, sewing Hwy 301 South Acres from MomnnTt Marks -'..., $25,000. Excellent Terms.
machine TV, other mist Items. 617 W *4.87 ACRES: Well septic tank 17x35(

Pratt Sat. Aug 24, 8:30.4:30: : Itchg : Irs back to school time and fall Is Just around the comer.: : salmon pool, fenced/cross-fenced.<
3 FAMILIES Lots of school *425.000.
household Item and much : Teachers Gifts wooden fruit, straw flowers, decorative Items for the : *4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12,500.
more. Sat Aug. 24, 8-3 301 N across : change of seasons. ) .5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500.
I from the Highway Patrol Station. Itpd : : .12 ACRE: Old farm house. Beautiful,
r YARD SALEs Frl 8 Sat 9-5 small appliances : Open 10 a.m. W 5:30 Oaks $32.500. I

clothes, jewelry misc. Road : Closed Wed. & Sun. ) SOLD BUILDING: In Lawtey $8500.00
I behind Hampton School on SE 21st St., : ((904)) 964.8547 'LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE (

also GMC pick-up truck. Itchg .............................................n.................... .. '*50 Ac.$50,000.
YARD SALE 100A on big curve before )3BR 2BA Beaut. Land Scoped lot.
second railroad track Sat only 9.... k$39.500. Hwy 16 West. (
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Frl & Sat. 9 until 2BR 2BA In the
Plumbing Supplies Country. 29900.
441 N Epperson St. 964.6215 8/22 Itpd x.wn Subscribe _...
REMODELING SALEs Frl & Sat, Blankets
I ((904))782-3931
pillows, spreads, drapes, lounge ..the marketplace of millions of From P.O. Drawer
chairs luggage stands, beds, smart buyers and sellers I 301 s. Lawt.y
bathroom sinks. TVs, lamps, paint S Durrance
many other items. Troll Motel In Whether it's products merchandise, ser

Lowtev 8/22 vices or employment, you get the most for Pump

LOST/FOUND your money with a low-cost Classified Adi I _.
Supply Co.

LOSTiRed mar horse, man. clipped BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
bock hopf old and split. If found call U.S. 301 N...... N. Temple' 964-7061 I SALESMAN CLASSES
Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn Starke, Florida .

LOSTiLostdpcj/ .-"pall grAy,pgodl.. loss ? .,.. ,. I 8 WEEK COURSE *185"' -
.-in the =9en'ent- .-.:area: July 5t",1" *. isrni: 'ai.- it .. -- ? 1 ...
.t35W: 964.6305
Reward. 964-4534, 964-7347, 964-8183 We Drill Wells 1 Starts September 10th

7/11 tfn 2" to 6" State Licenced

Lake Butler: Call 473-4816

Call Shannon 496-2261

Keystone!Heights: I
473-2210 Roberts Real Estate

Gockley & Sons Inc. 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL

Septic Service 9646262.JUST I

Protect Your HomeAnd Septic Tanks REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. t

Save 25% Pumped Central heat and air, carport. $49,500. '

On All Maintenance Free Exterior 1 Health Dept. COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 RealtorFormerly

Cut Brick And Stone LicensedRobert plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.Call FAULKNER REALTY a i
Coquina Shell for details. 221 W.lalaye..StrtMon.Fri. o

Vinyl 0'Aluminum Siding ':30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
'640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly
CALL TODAY FOR FREE : 496.2939 growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that Saturday a.m. to p.m.

ESTIMATES, Ken: 496-2871 $1200.00 per acreD..WATERFRONT 964-5065 wrv.

Home Beautiful of N. Fla. 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin RENTALS AVAILABLE
Stark, Fla. $5.00 Discount Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.

Q 964.6766 with ad good thru Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500.
12.31.85 four ."REDUCED PRICE" Owner anxious to sell 2BR 1BA, CHSA Carpet A panell
lot with outbuildings
( rant. avl I MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre

Including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of ing.CAN fans YOU throughout.BELIEVE 2BR, 1 1BA with 1.27 acres inside city.

possibilities. .Hwy. 16W 3BR. 2BA CH&A. D/W. $28,600 was used as a model.
PROVIDENCE CR 241A, 3BR, 2BA. Norwegian CH&A 41X40 workshop.

Hwy 16W 2BR I'/iBA D/W with two Ig. rooms built on, CH&A Owner
W. Roberts, Jr. Broker
George |needs to ...11. "Call today".
Terry A. Galnes. CSM. Salesman 120 acres with up to date farm equip. Plus owner home.

0 .70 acres on C/R 125 will sell all or divide.
."'/ acres with a b.autolul3BR, 2BA CH&A, fireplace and formal dining, dbl

REALTOR" -N-- {garage.
f---- UNION COUNTY Try this immaculate 3BR 2Ba newer home, has 3 extra

JANE S. USHERYour |lots to sell with the home.
Union County Realtor 1981 3BR 2BA MH with cozy fireplace, split floor plan & many many, extras

496.2903 on one acre of land.
496.2126 or ri21

:340 W.Main St., Lake Butler I LCIIJ V U Income Properties
.Fixer Upper Rent this 2Br, 1 IBa for profit if f you can use you hand.
INVESTMENT YOU'LL EVER MAKE"BUY Extra Lot Live In the single wide rent the extra lot.
"THE BEST .Sell the Excess 5.31 acre in good area profit on lots live In the lovely 1440

NOW.....while Interest rates are going down. 3 iq ft home.
Your monthly payments will be much lower today than they were DANIEL CRAPPS AGENCY INC. Owner Financing

,months ago.... TODAY . . . .Check it outll!1 I Route 13, Box 1166, US 90 West In subdivision lovely lot in Conerly Estates Easy Terms
. .
CALL.NOW Lake City, Florida 32055 .Country Locale 2.57 acres between Raiford, ;l and Stark.

(904) 755-5110 lovely Homes
FOR SALE block from Main St. Lg. rooms and fenced yard. Brand newFool. .Your place 1784 sq ft executive home In lovely area. Stove fireplace, great
3 BR Home,one In. Florida Room all make the living great
flnanc.. room, speaker system
: Owner will Realest Describes. I*Clean Air 4.56 acres and immaculate home will not last at 40000. All now

and this Lovely 3..2 BA home with 7 acres of pasture and *4 ACRE LOT ON 219-A overlooking a beautiful rolling countryside Nicely lo see and believe
.Town here In Lake 8utl.r. MUST SEE...Fenced B cross fenced for Wooded lot. Build that new home on this lotl ONLY $12,500 BESSEBT RD. Beautiful lot. Appro, 3/4 acre.
,large IIv..tock.oak trees Could possibly b. used a. Trailer Park or divided. Into private *SLAUGHTER HOUSE Meat Wrapping Business, 4 BR Dbl-Wid. Home PLUS 10 Guaranteed to Please) 40 are farm If that's too big owner will split as

TODAY..SEI TODAY", acres of land for only $100,000 mall as 13.3 acres
home .11... CALL lovely Country Home has unique opportunity. First Ito a lovely COOl LIVING In this special-order mobile home on a 2 acre wooded lot. Just .COOL ITI with this home on Little Lake Geneva. 2 lots Included, Beautiful
3In Country Style home w/Crpr. trlmm.d GREAT roam ace. off SR-18. Feel those gentle breezes from the large oaks as you sit on the cool view. Call today
3 0' 4 8R beautiful 2 BA fl.plac. Added feature pool a deck;off 01 patio. S. screened porch I 32500. [.High visibility from 301. Corner 'lot on Hwy 16 just 2 blks from 301 2

tensing B acres for small type farming plus nice barn. Last CLEAN AND NEAT AS A WHISTLE) This 3 BR 2 BA home located just off buildings included. Both now rented.
cond there are approx concrete clock' building makes It possible for a home 239-A on 6 acres of lind. Two barns Included with this home, a cloted-ln barn .Washington St. A lot for a little, 48R 2Ba.
,but not least a Don't pan this bY... on SUMS n.a'SR100.10 A an open barn. This home has rooms that could turn this home Into a 6 BR Walnut St. Living space plus 2 rentals. Help make your mtg payments. opportunIty.Stark, and lake 'utl.r.MUST SEI TO .,PPRECIATE. home Ideal for those large families 81000. Lovely 3BR. 2BA In country Hwy 100W. Spacious rooms,,beautiful fireplace,

,mlnut.. from .Bro.eo' .'. 120 ACRES OF EXCEL.. FARMLAND Two 60 acre tracts of land. A nice fishing shade trees, many extras. Call for a showing.
Call' I today Subdivision.-for Appe: "; j'/. 8A concrete block h.m os. to RMC or pond Is located on one 60-acre tract Just off 239A. All 120 acres for just .Rising Rd. 20 mini farm with cute 2BR home, workshop plenty of bearing
Shaw Butler; Will also rent with Option to Buy. Contract signed 120000. pecan trees, pasture, fenced, 2 dug ponds; Owner financing.Westmoreland .
,.downtown Lake BUY A PIECI OF PARADISE Gorgeous 2.3 to 5 acre lots In the Providencearea. C St. Well built O B, 3BR. BA hardwood floors, good location.

". iCMAN'SPECIAL;..Between Lake' Butler ft Ralford. 3 BR 1 BA aplumbed H.avlly'food.d.. Excellent homesitos. Only $$3,000 per acre Walk to everything in town. and
., fort IA fixtures already. Has 1 ocr." In'- Country C New 3BR. 2BA 14 wide MH on a acre. Must see to appreciate, peaco

O..ghborhood.. .76 ACRE LOT ON TIGER LAKE In Suwonnee County. Beautiful,, wooded lot. Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR
Nice quiet neighborhood. Tiger Lake Estates'$12,000S ) ( Sales Manaqer .E".nln9.96..4048
: nice home between G.ln.lVlII.,,, and Lake Butler with ''OL. Col, me.todayHave TO 300 ACRES I 100 acres In S year old pines. Just north of White Springs, 100 'REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene

super buyer waiting. acres wooded acreage, and 100 acres subdivided Into lot,of S acres or more. L, Faulkner 964-5142 Elise Johns 533-2816
But th. whole 300 acres or just a part.All 300 acres for only 330000. Suzanne Kitchens 964-7630 Bob Matthews. 9647281Lou 1
Young 964-7525
RENTALS otnt.d 8 .
Inlldo. Wall papered piarpetedl
Rental Looks Brand Now After Haunt
Have S..p.r Nice .01 dollhou.Call m. today for this es Gale Carol Warner 964-4992: Property Manager
makes thl. 3 BR Bartlett"'6-2776 Sara Joyner 7S2- *79
Ro"tal..I215. MONTHLY or Stierrf Woocfley 7SS-0544 lee Hardenbrook 473-7864 AppraisalsI '

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Federal Tax on spirit beverages while leaving the almost
non-existent Federal Tax on beer and wine alone. yOOUu
Beginning October 1. 1985 CGST" SPIRITS. $12.50 per gallon (100 proof) REGISrA

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Santa FeCommunity ,

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Proudly Announces ) F

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its Starke Center F''

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Registration Still UnderWay

Classes Starting Tuesday

August 27, 8:30: A.M. -

From 8:00: To 4:00: .-Daily- J'

In The New Starke Center '--

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1902 Courthouse, W. Call Street __

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President Starke Center Coordinator Chairman PAT FARNSWORTH
Steering Comm. Trustee Board Chairman

Bradford County Members of SFCC Board of Trustees and Endowment CorporationBOARD


Steve Denmark
Donna Cruen
Freeman Register III
Drew Reddish
George H. Pierce
Pat Farnsworth Pat Farnsworth


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2 Santa Fe Section Telegraph Aug. 22, 1985


I Two Decades .of Serving Bradford County I Is ClimaxedBy

.. Santa Fe Community College New Starke Center

Official for proposed junior college "'''. ,," ," .u.-.r. Al several
now : For
planning a .11 years the
"'" iJ1tt ...,. :!
community college to serve under study by a joint com- (. 'i," classes in Starke each Term
Bradford County dates backto mittee of Alachua and Brad- .' were limited to two or three
September IS, 1964 when ford County leaders-- 111 ] classes. In Term III of 1969
the State Department of educators and businessmen.It tY ; the class offering was ex-

Education was requested to 'ir' :::. panded to five courses.In .

approve Interim Advisory didn't "sit well" with .... .. 1968 the local college
Councils to make reccomen- the group attending a high ;, .e v. ,,; '. ; : classes were held in the
dations on the need to school PTA meeting here Item;, Ite '! ir 'n, '. Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
: cnl I ( >; \
establish a Community Tuesday night to be told that f, .' ;. ;; i. ; Center.
Junior College in the Bradford County is fourth ,. .J ,IU'"I "
.:,. ) : ,.',: tLaIC; : Tom
Alachua-Bradford area. On from the bottom among < ; :' f Superintendent
; ,
October 5, 1964 the Bradford Florida's 67 counties in 1, ,.; ::..<:.S""R"K'S'' ', ':.:' ; : i ; Casey suggested in May
County School Board ap- percentage of high-school ",,' : ; ,: : :/\:1\.: .. "i 1969 that the old RJE School
pointed an advisor committee graduates attending institu- !!)'" :DBR1fiHR building might serve as a
which included Guy An- tions of high learning. The N % ; .j'; '' Branch Campus for Santa

drews, Chairman; Dr. state average is 55 per cent. :: ; Fe Junior College. School
James W. Patray, S.G. Den- Bradford County's averageis ) 2'; Board member Rodney Hall
mark, Freeman Register, 20 per cent. Surprisingly- countered with a prophetic
Jr. and James Bloodworth. Alachua County, with the { t; suggestion that the old Courthouse
might be used as a

''i",:,, site for a Starke Campus.
I Bradford County Made Bid Both ideas were rejected by

f ,As Location for SFCC the time.School Board at that

On January 5, 1964 great University of Florida The drivers of 25,000 vehicles passing on U.S. 301 daily will have a view of this attractive Richard Jockel was ap-
members of the Bradford right in its midst, is not new Ughted-at-night sign, seen here with Dr. Bernard McFadden, director of pointed a part-time Directorof
., Board of Public Instruction much better-around 30 per the Starke Center standing at left. the SFJC Starke Center on
passed a resolution re- cent... September 1. 1969.. Classes
questing the State Board of that would give the selection J.C. in Ocala since 1960. The between Alachua and Bradford were--moved to Bradford
Education to place Bradford To those who have been committee more of a choice College opened under the Counties. The College Middle School and the
and Alachua Counties in wondering why the proposed than now seems in direction of an Advisory began with an innovative schedule was dramatically
--f., "priority one position for a junior college could not be prospect." Committee which becamethe plan awarding trimester increased for the 1969 Fall
., located in Bradford County Term to total of 10 classes.
community junior college. Board of Trustees. Brad- credits on a quarter calen- a
The School Board included Instead of Alachua County, On January 7, 1965 The
ford County's initial dar. The first campus in For the first time, a
Chairman D.W. Starling Dr. Henderson had a quick Telegraph/ reported that representatives on this Gainesville was located in counselor was available to
R.P. Hall H. A. Lawson, reply: The college exists to "Sen. Charley Johns and
.. Board included Guy Andrews the old Buchholz High Schoolon assist students.
W.E. Lawson, E.A. Sapp serve the people, and would Rep. A.J. Thomas, Jr. have Vice Chairman; J.F. East University Avenue.On Alan J. Robertson in
built where most
and Arthur Holliday logically both stated opposition to any Bloodworth and S.G. Den- January 27, 1966 the November 1971 succeededDr.
(member-elect). Harmon of its potential students site that would place the col- mark. Over the years the local Business and Profes- Fordyce as President of
Morgan was Superintendentof reside. At present, Alachua lege south of Gainesville"A
Board of Trustees has been Women's Club an- SFJC.
Schools and Tom Casey County has 369 students 100-acre tract was of- served by other Bradford
I Superintendentelect.The enrolled in junior colleges fered by Bradford County on County citizens including
State Junior College while Bradford County has U.S. 301 across from the San- Hazel Hardy, Theresa Holi- First SFCC Starke Classes
Board unanimously approved 79. The matter of transpor- ta Fe Fire Tower. However,
day, current Board
Held in USO
than Alachua Buildingnounced
ting more
a "priority one" ratingfor the Bradford School Board members Chairman Pat
the establishment of a County students to Bradford agreed in a special meetingin Farnsworth Donna Gruen
: i! community college for County, as against transpor- January, 1965 that the col- and Drew Reddish.On a $250 student loan In May 1972 Santa Fe
Alachua and Bradford Coun- ting 70 or 80 Bradford Coun- lege should be located in program for Bradford County Junior College changed its
; 4 ties. The State Board of ty students to Alachua County Alachua County so that the January 20, 1966 The girls to attend the new col- name to Santa Fe Community -
.' Education in Tallahassee would be a big factor facility would be accessibleto Telegraph announced that lege. College.In .
gave its approval 1 in weighing in favor of locatingthe the largest number of the junior college for
I;. February, 1965, recommen- school in the Gainesvillearea students.Dr. Alachua and Bradford Coun- Superintendent Tom 1973 the Starke college
ding that the 1965 the speaker explained.To Joseph Fordyce was ties would open September Casey announced on classes were taught in the
Legislature establish and a direct question, he appointed the first Presidentof 28, 1966 as Santa Fe Junior September 22 that a county English Building at Brad-
finance the institution.The replied that the chances of the new college in October College, deriving its name school bus would provide ford High School and in 1974\
Advisory Council having the college located in 1965. He had been from the Santa Fe River transportation for 25 in the Math/Science
made a study summarizingthe Bradford County are President of Central Florida which is the dividing line students to attend classes at Building at BHS. By 1978
economy and educa- 'almost none."... the Santa Fe campus in classes, which were then
tional systems of Alachuaand Although we are always on Gainesville. The bus left taught at Starke Elemen-
Bradford Counties poin- the alert for new things for Bradford High School at 8 tary School, finally were
ting out that in 1964 Alachua Bradford County if it is true a.m. daily and returned to moved for the last time to
had 838 graduates and Brad- there would be no chance fora A Message Starke at 2:30: p.m. This bus the High School where they
ford 200. junior college to be located served hundreds of Bradford have been held continuously"until
President Alan J. RobertsonSanta County students until it was the building of the new
The study also pointed out we wholeheartedly discontinued by the School
that in 1964 forty-seven BHS suggest settling for the next Board in August, 1980. Starke Center at the Cour-
graduates were attendingSt. best thing and getting one thouse.
Fe is
Community College proud to
John's Junior Collegeand located as near to us aspossible The SFCC Starke Center
thirteen were attending with participation be able to open a permanent center in On Thursday, September received its first full time
Lake City Community Col- in the program so we would Starke. This beautiful facility, made possi- 29, 1966 the first Starke class Coordinator in January 1978
lege. The Bradford School have a voice in policy and ble through the generosity of the people of began in the School Board when Dr. Bernard McFad-

Board, for a fee of $5 a administration.. Bradford County, will allow the offering of Room(the present in the USO School Building Board den was assigned to open a
month bus to St.
provided a Bradford
Santa Fe office in
John's River Junior Collegein A later editorial (December daytime and evening classes of an ever in- offices). Fourteen studentswere School.
Palatka for local students. 10, 1964) in The Telegraph/ creasing variety to meet most of the educa- signed up for Dr. April High
tional needs of the community.As O'Connell's General Registration for the Fall
Psychology Class (PY Term 1978 increased
School Bus ProvidedFor much as possible and as long as it does 200.06). dramatically with the new

I First Student CommutersOn not interfere with the educational process,
the College will share the facility with other

groups in the community.We Starke Rotary Establishes
November 19, 1964 the argued for consideration of a First Scholarship FundAt
Bradford County Telegraph/ site for the location of the are grateful to the Bradford County
carried an editorial: college in Southern Bradford
County or near Waldo in School Board and the administration for the the end of the first full SFCC Starke office providing
AlachuaBradfordJunior Northern Alachua County. fine cooperation and support we have year of classes, Mayor Carl extensive radio and

College Might "We see no reason why received over the years which has permitted Hurst proclaimed the weekof newspaper coverage of col-.
Get Us Out Of The Gainesville should be the on- us to offer courses in Starke in public December 10-16, 1967 lege classes and schedules.The
Educational Cellar." ly community to bid for the "Santa Fe Junior CollegeWeek" College reemphasizedits
school We look
facilities. forward to conti- finest
new junior college. We in Starke as an ex- effort to send its
A toward Brad- strongly suggest that the nuing to cooperate in every way with the pression of Starke's pride in teaching faculty to Starke.In .
ford step County out lifting of the citizens of Bradford County Bradford County school system. its new college. The Brad- 1978 for the first time,
ford County Commission the popular Santa Fe Com-
category of "educationally and the Waldo area get busy approved -
areas" is in and come up with an offer a similar proclama- 12
deprived seen a tion. !I See TWO DECADES. Pg.

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Successful Financing of $750,000 Project Shows '

All-Out Community Support of Higher EducationThe

plan to establish an expanded Santa Fe Community
College program in its own Starke Center in Bradford
County's 1902 red brick courthouse was announced to an
amazed Downtown Progress Committee on March 19, 1984.
Harvey Sharron, Jr., Dean of Development for SFCC,
revealed details of the renovation of the historic courthouseto
be paid for by funds raised privately through the SFCC
Endowment Corporation. Current members of the Endowment
Corporation include Stephen G. Denmark,Jr.,HaroldC.
Farnsworth, Jr., George Pierce,and Freeman Register,

Guy Andrews of Starke, the spearhead of the effort, an
nounced he would be a "major contributer to the SFCC pro-
ject, but expects support from other donors in the area."
State funds could not be used for the project because the 4 ; s.. .
Legislature had decided not to fund further branches for ft
community colleges.
Historical Board CooperatesThe
Bradford County Historical Board of Trustees,
owners of the old courthouse, immediately endorsed the
concept. Other endorsements followed from the Bradford "
County Commission, the School Board, the Starke City
Commission, Chamber of Commerce, Starke Rotary Club, & ... .' .: .
Kiwanis. Starke Woman's Club, and the Hampton City ) .
Council.A 1!, c"\E IIU'ljD/U,( / !> MOM SA'.Dark1 qq 'll.l I
Steering Committee, set up to guide the local effort,in-
cluded Guy Andrews, Jimmy Crosby, Steve Denmark, :
L.M. Gaines, Jerome Johns, Gene Matthews, John Miller, !: i
Lawrence Mosely, and John Torode. ,;1-, fEc01l) ,

BCDA Sets The Pace

The Bradford County Development Authority came mi nm. "i mmnmim\\ \ mma mammaMSM
through with the first donation of$50,000. Other major con-
tributions followed,with$100,000 from the Florida National SFCC President Alan J. Robertson (left) views enlarged $100,000 check held by
Bank of Starke and$50,000 from the Community State Bankof Guy Andrews, Steering Committee Chairman, and J.E. Tomlinson, President
Starke, $20,000 from the DuPont Company, $20,000 from The Big I 0 n e Florida National Bank,which gave the SFCC Starke Center this major boost.Community -
A.D. Davis of Jacksonville, Bradford County Telegraph State Bank of Starke contributed another big check for$50,000 to the project.
$10,000, Evelyn Griffin $10,000, Lillian Stump $11,509, .
Rebecca M. Bradford $8,000, E.L. Matthews $5,000, River-
side Uniform Rentals $5,000, and Teal Tile and Carpet February 20,1985,with Triest Construction Co. of Keystone \
$5,964. In addition more than 100 citizens and local Heights as the General Contractor. In order to assist the
businesses contributed varying amounts and in-kind ser community project,Triest agreed to accept the contract at Q 1 '
vices. The Reddish family gave a total of$8,000 in memoryof sub-contractors' cost plus 2.34 percent for overhead ex- I
Sheriff P.D. Reddish. penses.
Garage Sale A SuccessA Parking Area ProvidedThe
Citizens Committee was organized to laise; funds for adjacent Green property purchase for $140,000 was
the project, and a monumental four-day Garage Sale and closed on May 31, 1985 and separate contracts were let for.
Auction held at the old Courthouse< in February 1985 gave the parking lot to accommodate 76 cars. Under the wat-
the entire community a hance to support the project to the chful eye of Councilman Charles Schaefer,City crews tore
tune of more than $20,000. down the 1910 jail and helped prepare the grounds for park-
Guy Andrews' initial pledge of $200,000 had already ing and landscaping.The .
grown to a contribution of almost$400,000 by August, 1985. building renovation was finally accepted as substantially
complete on August 9, 1985 and is now being readiedfor
A $561,560 contract for construction of the renovation
Starke first classes in its Centeron
s college own College
designed by Gainesville architect Craig Salley was signed August 'n.Harold. If 4Welcome

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Santa Fe Graduates Now Filling Leadership RolesTell

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How College Training! Influenced Their LivesThere

is plenty of excite- Starke. If Santa Fe con- quired outside of the nuclear Academic Excellence Exploration Center at SFCC. "When you live in a smallcommuDlty
ment in the air around the tinues with its present quality medicine curriculum Award. Mrs. Yawn credits SFCC like Starke,
new Santa Fe Community of education, this is where through the Starke program."It The mother of four, Lila with challenging both sons to you're not exposed to many
College Starke Center as it I plan to send my childrenfor was a big help to me to Rae Yawn is grateful to excel. people from other areas. I
prepares to open its doors their education" he be able to take so many of SFCC for offering academic "It was not popular to be learned from a variety of in-
for fall classes on Aug. 27. says. my classes here in Starke; I courses in Starke. smart in high school. When structors who had distinctly
.. All of the excitement is not SFCC graduate Cindy was already splittin my Her son Terry started the Terry and Jimmy got to different approaches. Being
confined to the new students Zurfluh said that she would time between commuting to program in 1970 and con- SFCC they developed an en- exposed to different outlooks
who will be in the premier never have taken"That first Gainesville for the nuclear tinued to take two or three tirely different attitude broadened my perspectiveon
call of the expanded program initial step to get my degreeif medicine program and spen- courses each semester until toward school," she said. a lot of things I believe. I
as the first Bradford I had not been able to start ding a certain number of he earned his A.A. degree.He "In fact the time felt better able to relate to,
County class provided with right here in my own ter- hours in clinical work at has since obtained a came and understand, other people
when I almost
the opportunity to take day ." various hospitals." Masters in Education as would want to thought be they which has helped me in
classes and to completemost Zurfluh had two small to well as a law degree. profes- job.
of the requirements fora children at home and would Lisa,who is now employedin sional students for the rest of my
Starke the nuclear medicine Son Jimmy, who started their lives because they "I certainly felt better I at the have found it impossible,sn j department at Shands Starke classes the followingyear learned to enjoy education equipped to discuss certain

Cheering them on will be said, to commute at that Teaching Hospital, ,in 1971,also earned his so much. I remember that topics. It was a fantastic ex-
time. Her ultimate goal was A.A. later felt the instructorswere that I wholeheartedly |
former students, dating graduated from SFCC with a degree, obtaininga they perience
to become a nurse. In con- "
back to 1966 when the first sultations with McFadden it 3.7 grade point average out Bachelors of Art in genuinely concerned; recommend.
two SFCC classes were of- was decided that she take of a possible 4.0. and was Psychology. He is presently that the" college cared for Mrs. Johns' daughter j
fered in Starke. Dr. Bernard general education courses in also recipient of the SFCC Unit Supervisor of the Work them. Kristy is presently: attending
McFadden Coordinator of Starke in preparation for Daughter Diane, whobegan SFCC on a music scholar-
the SFCC Starke Center whatever she later decidedto Starke classes in 1975, ship.
;,. since 1978 said that, since do. finished her course work in "At the Florida National
1973 more than 1,700 Zurfluh not only acted on one year and went on to earna Bank in Starke, we en-
students from Bradford McFadden's advice, but ap- College Philosophy and MissionSanta Bachelors in Ornamental courage our employees to
County have enrolled in one plied for a job in his office as Fe Community College is a comprehensive com- Horticulture, plus a take classes at SFCC and!
or more SFCC classes of- well, where she worked for munity college with an open-door policy and is firmly com- Bachelors in Computer Pro- also have a reimbursementplan
fered locally. three years while attending mitted to equal access and equal opportunity for all per- gramming. Daughter Betsy, for those employees,"
of these students today who has Master of Fine
Many a
classes. the vice-president said.
sons. Placement in the College is on the basis of testing and
recall their experiences.They "Beginning at home, in Arts, is now taking coursesin
counseling. The mission of the College is to offer oppor- Dr. McFadden feels that
are proud that they Starke for teacher
smaller classes and familiar cer-
intellectual occupational those Bradford
tunities to develop capacities, ap- County
of the tification.For .
were part pioneer program surroundings helps to give titudes and avocational interest so as to contribute to students who ,managed to
being there when it you confidence that you can sludents'personal growth and to meet contemporary socie- the past three years, 'complete their studies while
was in the embryo stage and handle college work. Dr. ty's need for informed, concerned and responsive citizens. Mrs.Yawn,who is secretary' the Starke Center was young
watching it grow over the McFadden was right," she Santa Fe's mission is threefold: to Starke Center Coor- : ndgrowil'g! are especially
years. said.It dinator McFadden, has been appreciative of the efforts
Starke's former mayor certainly worked out 1. General Ed-cation The College offers courses taking one academic course made by SFCC to reach out
Jimmy Crosby, currently a that way for Zurfluh, who paralleling the first two years of baccalaureate degree per term in Starke toward to them, and of their own
city councilman and later entered the Associate programs which lead to an Associate of Arts degree. obtaining her own A.A. persistence in taking advan-
Classification Supervisor at Degree in Nursing Programat Students may then transfer to the college or universityof degree. tage of the opportunity.
Union Correctional In-
SFCC, from which she their choice to continue their education.
stitute, is a 1971 graduate of graduated this past June. Ruth Johns, Vice- 'We offer smaller classes'
the Starke program. He con- Jimmy Prevatt, a 2. Career Studies The College provides allied health, President of the Florida National and made special provisionsfor
siders the savings in both physical education instructor business, industrial, public service and technical programs Bank in Starke, students to get into
time and dollars a signifi- at Starke Elementary for students who wish to acquire or upgrade oc- managed to obtain an A.A. classes. The attitude for'
cant factor in the college's School, attended local cupational skills necessary for immediate employment. degree from Santa Fe by greater education in thi$,
expanded Starke program. classes and obtained his Student achievement is recognized by the awarding of taking classes at night."I community has beert
"Being able to get the first Associate in Arts Degree the Associate of Science degree, or by a program cer- was fortunate in being reflected in those students. I
two years of college at homeis from SFCC, later earning a tificate. able to obtain every course I "No community could- ?
a tremendous bonus," he degree in physical educa- needed for my. degree right more responsive to. loca
said. 3. Community Enrichment The College in cooperationwith here in Starke. I already education of its citizens than
Crosby's son, Traye, is tion.His wife Lisa, who the Alachua County School Board,offers credit and knew most of the people in Bradford County, and I fee
just now entering graduated from the Nuclear non-credit courses designed for individuals of all ages my classes, but I was able to that our Starke graduate!
kindergarten, but Crosby is Medicine Program at SFCCin who seek personal development through educational, benefit from meeting a lot of have contributed greatly loj
thinking ahead. "I plan to 1977, was able to take all cultural and recreational enrichment. These offerings the instructors from encouraging that commit-
continue living right here in of the academic classes re- change with the needs and interest of the community. Gainesville. ment."

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Who Would Have Believed The Old Courthouse '


Could Start a Brand New Career at Age of 83 ? '

The stately red brick courthouse, now serving as the new
home of Santa Fe Community College, Starke Center, has Before 1&20 !several executions: b> hanging were held on
gallows built outdoors on the east side of the Old Cour-
cast the shadow of its clock tower over Call Street for 83
years, playing an important role in the life of Bradford thouse and these events attracted: large crowds of men.:
County since 1902. women and children. Executions: by hanging were discontinued : -
when the state installed the electric: chair at Florida
Its construction followed a 25-year battle between Starke State Prison about 1918
and Lake Butler (then a part of Bradford County) over
which town should have the honor of serving as county seat. When the new courthouse was built on =North" (..S. 301 in
the early 1970s! the fine old building was vacated except for
Bradford County was created by Legislative act In offices of the Board of Public Instruction which remained
December of 1861, and named for Captain Richard Brad- in the building until moving to remodelled quarters In the
ford, the first Florida officer killed ir 9 Civil War. Lake USO 'United Service Organization, which had been con-
Butler became the first county seat remained so until structed as a facility for entertainment and use by servicemen
an election held in 1875 at Stare .j i Bradford citizens stationed at Camp Blanding during World War II.
living east of New River was declared winner but
the close election was contested by Lai" Butler supporters About to Be AuctionedAfter
due to irregularities, and the court ded the election
three years later.Dispute being abandoned by the School Board the Old Courthouse
remained vacant for se'eral'ears and was about to
ContinuesThe be put up for sale on the auction block when a local group.
interested in saving the historic landmark. succeeded in
county seat returned to Lake b* ai id the election persuading the School Board to deed the property them.
process was repeated approximately t y ten years, with In order to transfer this county property without remuneration
the county seat being moved back ana forth between the a new entity was created DV the Florida Legislature.the .
two towns four or five times during the next 25 years. Bradford County Historical Board of Trustees. and on

Finally, it was agreed by both towns that a final election October 2, 1973. the deed was presented to the historical
would be held in 1898 and no matter which side won, a new trustees.
courthouse would be built, thus anchoring the county seat With the aid of several state and federal matching
for at least two decades. State law provided that an election grants. a complete renovation and restoration of the
could not be held for 20 years after a new courthouse had building was completed in the:Mid-1970s under the directionof
been constructed at any site. restoration architect Hershel Shepard. of Jacksonville.who .
Starke won this crucial final elects'u with 704 votes to restored the State Capitol several years ago.
Lake Butler's 664. New quarters were nted for the county '
\o Clocks Till 1976When
offices in a two story frame building o.i the site of Starke's
present City Hall, which housed the cou \ity government for .. ---'- the Old Courthouse was built in 1902. spaces were
the next few years, but the need rerr. led to construct a High in The Sky eft in the tower for the installation of clocks. but for some
new courthouse to keep it from being ,'Moved again. easonperhaps a shortage of fundsthe clocks were
Steeplejacks swing from ropes while repairing clock lever installed.
Low Bid Accepted tower of Old Courthouse during 1970s restoration. No
later. the Bicentennial of 1976.
Seventy-four during
clocks were installed in the tower until the Bicenten-
According to the County Comm ;sion minutes of nial year of 197S although spaces were left for them 'veral I local donors agreed to contribute the necessaryinds
November 5,1901: "S.B. Smith of Mo gomery, Ala. sub- when building was built in 1902. to install electric clocks in the four vacant spaces.
mitted to the board plans, specific, ions, and bid for he heat from a massive downtown fire several years ago
building said building, and there bein no other bids sub- the ramshackle wooden structure that had served to house aused a malfunctioning of the clocks. but they have been
mitted, the board took same under advi ement"' and the bid prisoners up to that time. This building, unused for several reconditioned and will be ready for the opening of the fall
of $12,500 by Smith & Blackburn of Montgomery, Ala. was decades, was recently torn down to make room for term.
accepted. A contract for construction was signed on Oc- necessary additions to the Old courthouse to meet the needsof The Old Courthouse is considered one of the most outstan-
the SFCC Starke Center. ding of the "older generation" courthouses still In use in
tober 6, 1901 by Commissioners E.A. Todd, chairman;
W.W. Tumlin, A. Hall, A.D. Andrews, and R.G. Ware. Wing Added by VVPA Florida. It was designed in the style of the noted courthouse
architect. Richardson. who was the leading courthouse ar-
The site was selected on November 19, 1901, and six mon- The original building was enlarged by the addition of a chitect in the country: during the last quarter of the 19th
ths later, on July 22,1902, a special meeting was held to In- wing as a WPA (Works Progress Administration) project Century It is on the =National" Register of Historic Places
spect the completed building. during the Great Depression of the 1930s and early 40s. The and was pictured in a national catalog of distinctive cour-
Unfortunately, the Telegraph's newspaper files for 1902 original small courtroom was enlarged to seat over 300 people !houses in the U.SNo .
have been destroyed, so we can only imagine the and occupied the entire second floor of the new wing doubt those responsible for construction of the Old
ceremonies that were likely held to celebrate the goal that making it one of the largest courtrooms in the state. Impor- Courthouse In 1902 would be surprised and pleased to know
had been sought for so many years, but it was a very proud tant trials attracted large crowds of spectators in those that it is still in prime condition. and ready to fill a dif-
day for Starke. Eight years later, in 1910, a new jail was days before there was any radio or television to transmitthe ferent, but Important role for the citizens of Bradford County -
constructed just north of the courthouse to take the place of news instantly. for generations to come.


Congratulations &
"We Are Proudto Best Wishes

Have from

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Santa Fe Orien Wells &

as our Neighbor"Carolyn Charlie Schram

Wish You Success

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I A Brief History of The College I List of First Students Who \

I Attended Classes in Old USOOn

Following extensive studies made by committees development activities exists at the College.The Commuity
representing the Boards of Public Instruction in Alachua Gallery of Art, located on our main campus, was the first Thursday, Sept. 29 1966, the first Starke class
and Bradford Counties, Santa Fe Community College was community college art gallery in the United States to be ap- !began in the School Board in the USO building on North
established by the Florida State Legislature in 1965 as a proved by the National Gallery of Art and Smithsonian In- Temple Avenue, the present School Board offices.
comprehensive public community college. Dr. Joesph W. stitutions (SITES) for loans of high security exhibitions. The following 14 students were enrolled for Dr.April
Fordyce, selected as first president of the College, began Through its Fall Festival of Performing Arts Series, the O'Connell's General Psychology Class (PY-200.061)).
service as first president of the College, began service on College offers in-depth residence activities in each area of .
January 1, 1966 and served until November 31,1971 when he the performing arts, as well as concert performances on Mary E. Colson Mary E. Peterson '
was succeeded by President Alan J. Robertson. the main campus and in Bradford County at the end of each '
residence. The Children's David E. Dyal Anne E. Savage
Enrollment has increased rapidly at Santa Fe. In eigh- College's Touring Theatre per- .
teen years of operation credit enrollment has increased forms educational productions of well-known literature, Desta Dyal Tommy Thomas .
from approximately 3,400 to 23,000 students and enrollment'in written middle specifically schools in for the young audiences, at elementaryand Carol Ann Farr Betty E. Warren
greater Gainesville area. The
non-credit classes has more than tripled.
Spring Arts Festival, a sidewalk art show, is sponsored by Vivian J. Martin Joesph N. Warren
The College is now operating on two campuses in the College and the Santa Fe Community College Endow- Carolyn E. Keen Carrie J. Williams
Gainesville and one center in Starke. The main campus of ment Corporation in conjunction with the City of
the College is located on a 100-acre tract of land donated by Gainesville and the Gainesville Area Chamber of Com- Carol L. Kuschel Mary J. WilliamsOn
the Haufler brothers of Gainesville, in northwest merce.
Gainesville near Interstate 75. A recent purchase of an adjoining Tuesday, Oct 4, 1966 a composition class, "The
25 acres of vacant land has increased the total main English Language," (EH-100.061) began to meet with
campus size to 125 acres. This campus opened for classes in Performing Arts FestivalThe the following 19 members:
September, 1972 and now has a total of 31 buildings
representing an investment in excess of $30 million.An Betty C. Clark Lorraine V. Jacobsen

additional campus, located near the Municipal Air Mary E. Colson John E. Lott

port, houses the SFCC Police Academy.To David E. Dyal Mary A. Morris ti.

maximize the potential of each Santa Fe student for Desta Dyal Mary E. Peterson d
successful completion of educational programs, specific
steps are taken to create a positive and helpful learning en- Delores A. Falcon Marjorie Pratt
vironment. The length of programs is made flexible in Carol Ann Farr Ann E. Savage
order that students may progress at their own best rate.
William S. Haas John M.
Santa Fe places significant emphasis on development of Spengler p
student communication and computation skills. Learning Vivian J. Harth Joseph N. Warren f't

laboratories provide opportunities to improve reading Amelia D. Huff Susan F. Wiggins t
speed and retention, writing skills, speech proficiency and
skills associated with mathematics and foreign languages. Larry E.Williams i

Santa Fe Community College is committed to a multiple Larry Williams, a member of one of the first classes
resource environment for students. A student at the Collegecan said, "I never thought when I was sitting at a desk in
expect.extensive',counseling-, various financial the old USO building that Santa Fe's Starke Center
assistance 'options,'opportunities.for varied vocational would ever become the beautiful, well equipped, and +
education programs and a comprehensive general education 8th season of Santa Fe's Fall Festival of modern in every respect, facility that now occupies our C
experience. Old Courthouse.The new Center is a tribute to the com-
taken the Performing Arts opens Thursday, Sept 5, munitywide effort that has made this dream become a
The extension of Santa Fe into the community has
many forms. rapidly. expanding program of cultural featuring pianist Martha Ann Verbit. enroll reality.again.I wish"it every success, and may be tempted to

Hello 9 SFCCStarke TheIlIlpossible

Center Dream ?

We're glad you're here. Transforming the Old Courthouseinto

Our own full-time 2-year

a 2-year community collegeis

college is a real gem for this

now a reality.We .

community.Think .

of what it will mean. extend our congratulations to those

pushers and movers who knew the dream wasn't
Our children to college
can go
impossible, and made it happen. .

right in downtown Starke.

-Crosley Manufacturing Co. Owen Joist of Florida, Inc.

Lincoln City Starke 964-5900
Hwy 301 S 964-8331
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. Architect Preserved I-jistoricallntegrity

I. I

Of Landmark Courthouse for SFCC Center 77,

Since its construction in existing structure into a on the National Register. A easy removal, a restrictionthat .
1902, the Bradford County viable building. Craig plan was evolved that con- is part of the Historical
Courthouse has served the Salley, A.I.A. who headed verted over 10,000 sq. ft. to Register requirements. A
community as a focal point the design team involved in classrooms, offices, a building, to remain on the
for Government and this project remarkedthat science lab and meeting Register, must be convertible "
Business..and remained a there was evidence of rooms supporting and exten- to its original use. Addi-
visual anchor to downtown ding Santa Fe Community tional restrictions apply to
. Starke. As part of the College's services to the windows doors, and exterior
downtown redevelopmentthe Matching Old community."The detailing which can-
Architectural firm of not be altered nor can the
Craig Salley & Associates Brick Was building clearly call changes alter the characterof 4 4j
Inc., A.I.A., of Gainesville ed for major interior renovations the building as a whole.
Florida was selected to ac- No Easy Task even though many of Where possible windowsand
cept the challenge to bring the spaces were suitable in doors were restored,
this building up to date while both size and character for and where Impossible. they
preserving its character and general deterioration their new functions", said were retrofitted with new
structural integrity. The throughout the building even Salley. "We began the pro- materials duplicating the j o.
building was listed on the though some renovation had ject By making lists of code original. "Our firm is proudto
National Register of been accomplished several requirements and functional have been part of the effort
Historic Places in 1974. This years prior. "This buildingwill uses that needed to be ac- to save a piece of North
tact adds several restrictions have to be brought to commodated with" the ex- Florida history, and in fact.
to what can be done to ,current codes as part of our isting structure. part of an ever growing
the building. With the program and Informal meetings were changes we have affected to recover and restore much of
scope of uses prescribed by I held with representatives of this building are those which our architectural heritage
the Santa Fe Community :the Bradford County bring the restroom facilitiesto This makes good financial
College Endowment Cor- Historical Board of Trusteeso current code for the han- sense today in most cases.
poration, it became the task : discover both their wishes dicapped, new access to the
of the architectural firm to t and the restrictions implied building by ramp, a new
mold these functions and the ay the buildings' inclusion stair tower, and a new TraditionIs
elevator, A/C screens and
planting, a completely new

League for Innovation in the addition electrical of system central, heat-and and the ImportantThe

Community CollegeSanta airconditioning. Con-
siderable time and study
Fe Community College is a charter member of the went into the planning of the leaders of the effort to
League for Innovation in the Community College. The elevator and stairtower. give life to the Bradford
League consists of 18 outstanding districts throughout. thenation. Their architectural planningand County Courthouse are to be
detailing had to insure commended, along with the r __ __ --
Brookdale Community College, Central Piedmont Com- that they were viewed as community, and the Santa
munity College, Coast Community College, Cuyahoga Com- though they were part of the Fe Community College En- Old Courthouse DominAccredita
munity College, Dallas County Community College original building. Another dowment Corporation, for
District, Delta College, Foothill-De Anza Community Col- problem we faced was new the efforts that have broughtus
lege District,Johnson Community College,Kern Community brick to match the old brick. to this point today. Their
College District, Kirkwood Community College, Land The original brick for the efforts espouse a Southern
Community College, Los Angeles Community College, Bradford County Courthousewas trait that considers 'tradi-
Maricopa Community Colleges, Miami-Dade Community a coal fired clay brick tion' a strong part of being
College, Moraine Valley Community College, Peralta Com that is no longer available. civilized.In Santa Fe Community College is accredited by the
munity College District St. Louis Community College and Perseverance and a little Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and by the
closing, Mr. Salley Florida State Department of Education. The
Santa Fe College's ac-
Community College are current League creative sleuthing made fin-
the famous French
members.The creditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and
ding a closely matching'brick author, Victor Hugo, who Schools was reaffirmed in December of 1982. SFCC holds
League is dedicated to innovation and both a challenge and a said
experimentation : membership in the Florida Association of Colleges and
in education with particular focus upon those matters rewarding experience.The w Universities and the American Association of Communityand
that are of greatest concern to the continuing developmentof new uses of the Junior Colleges.The .
the community/junior college movement in America. building did require new "Let us, while waiting for
Numerous projects have been funded directly through the partitions. These were new monuments, preservethe College has been approved by the State of Florida san
League to promote innovation and experimentation. bolted in place allowing for ancient monuments." institution in which recipients of general scholarship

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Much SuccessTo

Jim & Ron

extend theirCongratulations EDUCATIONThe
and Your Staffon

Key To Our Future

on a
The New

Great Job of Saving We Welcome
Santa Fe CenterIn

Starke's LandmarkWe Santa Fe Centerto


Wish You Success


Chrysler Plymouth 221 W. Lafeyette 964-5065
2117 N. Temple 964-7071
1329 N. Temple 964-6081

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Good for Another 83 Years of Use

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3911 NewberrY RoadFlorida 32607 Courtho" \
Gain Bradford County
ofrtarke the
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salley: en a trip Courthoused
1'Ir. you County
... 19.4, 1 accompany...'U.S. Highway 301.
On may .. .n. clay
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at bearing
the building .. extebuilding rior'. by timber rafters piers ....tprovide

-.' ,y ,oef .uppe" by 1ew b.Ck
This and a supported
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brick first floounderneath Other

trusses. a The"crawl apace" ..c.p..on"'Y sou' ,prObablY c.u.-..-

building is the ..cen. indication e p1u.b
c:: ___ 7S year e1. plaster en there was ne The w.11. ar.,.e'
The damage te .,..n." .... t.' ...
d..t' .n weed
minor ..v. gu. .,uctu'"l ,. found The
ated Call Street in The 1940s e' .. w.
bY p1U99' ... firmly
.d .,. settttonstare
.. ndation
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and thCO indi ,"a.'u...ff..n.. ...b.'. .nd ef .their. esai Vence many

lion Statusloans walls and the cou1. provide .
ne ,e space.seated.
rafter is
I then a .t'UCtu eccupancY
for the preparation of teachers may take their first this bull ding e' other
two years of college work, and from which the State cenc1ud. offic I.
Department of Education will accept work to satisfy 1 ef ,ew .. SincerelY
various certification requirements.SFCC more years 1Jlylfi41i1.4-(1

has also been approved by the state approving "
agency for the training of veterans under the provisions of W. S elf
the various public laws relating to such training,and by the \M rria
United States Office of Education for participation in the
student program under Public Law 89-862, National
Defense Act of 1958, and for various other programs
relating to curriculum and physical facilities development.Congratulations .





We Extend Our Thanksto StarkeWe



for Bringing Neighborhood.Chastain's are Proud to

Quality Educationto Have You Here!


& Gift Starke Power Equipment
504 W. Call I 964-8431
438 S. Walnut 9648568Z7
104 W. Call 964-7271 -




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Congratulations .

Santa Fe Community College _

Starke CenterCorbett's

Tires & Service Mr. & Mrs. Charney Williams Dudley Hardy, Attorney

& William's.Jewelry
Durrance Pump & Supply Acme Hardware

& Builders Supply .
Griffis & Sons Fiberglass Works JoAnn's Country Crafts
& Wood Works Bradford Title &

Dr. D. W.: WhiffenDr. Abstract Company

J.E. Denmark -

& Dr. William Marchese

Florida Pest Control N

Starke Motor Parts Co., Inc.

Automotive Parts Center

Noegel's Auto Sales .0151,,

Gator II
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Shuford's Chevron Oil Station
( A
China Restaurant

Catfish Sandwich Shoppe

Allen's Office Supplies

& Printing Company

Champion Travel Agency excenence,
CommUni .
Family Hair Designers commU I... care

George Roberts Insurance Inc.

In 1956, Bradford Hospital opened its doors to residents of Starke and surrounding commun-
Terence Brown ities. Nine,years later, in 1965, Santa Fe Community College was established following extensive
Attorney studies by committees representing the Boards of Public I Instruction in Alachua and Bradford
Davis Monk Farnsworth & Co. Over the years both organizations have grown and as a result of that growth are workingto
provide larger facilities to meet the needs of the community.
Today Bradford Hospital, Inc., and Santa Fe Community College Starke Center continueto
Jax Liquors work together for better and higher education.
Bradford Hospital, a 54-bed not-for-profit healthcare facility, provides general medical and
surgical care to the citizens of this community.We're .
Outlaw Realty proud of the growth and excellence in both education and healthcare. We congratulate
the Santa Fe Community College Starke Center for its continued service to our community.Bradford .

Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio
Hospital" Inc.
922 East Call Street
I Starke, Florida 32091
Koch Drug Store : ((904)) 964-6000
A member of Santa Fe Healthcare System, Inc.

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22.1985 Telegraph Santa Fe Section. Page 11

I Students Express Thanks'I For ScholarshipsDonna I

Dear Mr. and Mrs. An-
drews: yd N

Thank you so much for the
": scholarship that I received.

r That was so thoughtful of
\ you to offer it. I will be usingit
:- \'. towards attending Santa
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Fe Thanks so much
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>" "' new Santa Fe Center going
\ into the Old Courthouse.This .
is a great boost for
education in Bradford County. -

Connie Moody

Moody Valarle Jenkins Cindy Winkler Martha UnderwoodDear

Dear Mr. and Mrs. An- Mr. and Mrs. An
Dear Mr. Andrews: Dear Mr. and Mrs. Andrews Dear Mr. Andrews: drews: drews:

I am writing you to thank : As a recipient of the Guy Thank you very much for
you for the scholarship. It I am writing to let you Andrews Scholarship offered selecting me as one of the I am very thankful for be
will be very helpful.I know that I really do appreciate through Sanf Fe recipients for your scholaring chosen as a recipient foi
fund. Yo
the Scholarship Community College, I would ship. It is going to help me your scholarship
want to get a two-year Fund that I received. It will like to thank you for the op- out tremendously in furtherdon't know how much thi.
data I help me out very much award means to me.
degree in processing. portunity to further my ing my education.
have already completedthree financially.I education.I .
classes at Santa Fe.I I hope to make you very I plan to begin school
will be forever grateful plan to attend Santa Fe proud of me. Thanks again! the Fall, studying data pro
am glad I had a chance to to both of in the Fall and hope to attain Winkler cessing. I hope to earn ar
meet you in person at Terry you.Valarie Jenkins my A.A. degree. I deeply ap- Cindy Starke, Fla. A.S. degree in the next cou
Brown's law office. Lawtey,Fla. preciate your generous pie of years. Without youi'
scholarship donation. I will help,I would have never hao
Starting July 8 I will be work extremely hard to prove such a great opportunity
working for Gene Shaw part that I am worthy of your Thanks again!
time, and attend Santa Fe help.
full time. Thank you again. Sue Ellen Smith Martha Underwood
Donna Moody Lawtey,Fla.
Lake Butler,Fl.




We are pleased to have you.It Downtown .


is our good fortuneto

have you in the neighborhood.Your .

Chamber of Commerce

202 S. Walnut 964-5278


influence on our communitywill

be a lasting one, thanksfor We are Proud to

Have You Here!

Motors Inc. B & M Starter & Generator
Terwillegar ,
238 E. Washington -
206 W. Madison 964-7200 .


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: Two Decades of ServiceContinued ;
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'/ "\!!.![ii. .it. munity College Fall Festivalof Jeffrey Brooker and Ann
"".. the Performing Arts was Brooks were the first recipients
,.' brought to Starke. The first of the Rotary Scholar-
season included the famous ships in 1980.
Bessie Jones and the Sea
Island Singers and the In December 1983, Guy
brilliant pianist Leonidas and Elizabeth Andrews of
Lipovetsky. The Fall Starke gave $100,000 to
Festival,in partnership with establish a major perpetual
the Starke Woman's Club as endowment scholarship in
host, has continued to grow cooperation with the SFCC
over the years as an outstanding Endowment Corporation for
cultural series that has students to attend Santa Fe
given Starke performing ar- Community College. Guy
tists of a calibre possibly Andrews had been a driving
t "rw t unequalled in the nation fora force in the College's com
aS tqwn of its size. Outstanding mittment to Bradford County -
performers over the as a member of the Boardof
years included jazz great Trustees from 1965-1982.
National Register Designation Jimmy Owens, the Rowe
Then Secretary of State Bruce Smathers Is shown r xs String Quartet, Dance By June 1985 the
presenting National Register certificate to E.L. Mat- Miami, The Roadside graduating class of BradFord -
Mews! president, and Judge Elzie Sanders,vice presi- Theatre, and world class High School received a
dent of the Bradford County Historical Board of pianist Boris Lvov. grand total of 44 different
Trustees.f ". Over 1,000 Bradford scholarships to Santa Fe
students and residents have Community College (with a
used the career guidance 2-year value of $54,560).
SIGI computer terminal in These scholarships included
f ON BEHALF OF THE the SFCC office to clarify 16 Board of Trustees, 12 An-
their career goals. drews, 12 Beck, 12 Rotary
Only two Bradford High and 2 Rotary Anonymous
250 TEACHERS graudates had scholarshipsto Donor Scholarships.Over .
SFCC in 1977,but after the 1,700 Bradford County
OF Starke Center office opened, residents have taken at
this number began to grow least one class at SFCC.
. dramatically. In the Fall That number should in-
Remember the Garage Sale? Term of 1978 eight students crease substantially in the
received SFCC scholarships. facilities.
Bradford One of the most memorable events of the drive to raise During the summer of 1979,. new
finances for the SFCC Center was the Great 4-Day Garage the RotaryClub of Starke With the opening of the
Education Association Sale held at the Old Courthouse. Folks from Starke and a voted to establish the first new Starke Center,a college
15-mile radius all around brought in everything, includingthe major scholarship programfor education has become a
kitchen sink. One of the most popular attractions was Bradford High School possible dream of any
WELCOMES this antique shoe shine stand, where Starke Junioretteswere graduates to attend Santa qualified student in the
kept busy at$1 per shine. Fe Community College. Bradford County area.
SANTA FE TO THE Gross receipts from the sale totaled over$20,000.

Education Communityin

I Starke

Florida National Bank:)

j Bradford Education Association

405 W. Georgia 964-5285 is Proud to


fIi' WelcomeSanta

Fe Community

i College to Starke.

x It is our good fortuneto

have you

! in the neighborhood.

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I KOA"Kampground '", the SpArfil for success 1

Hwy 301 S 964-8484 Member FDIC

1 ';, :Main Office: 105\\'.Jefferson St. Starke. 32091,((904))964-7050
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As a l 6-Iear-@U.. Newspaper

in au U03 MWj-ea--r-M1b Tmnt4ous e

You've Come

V.. A Long Way .

Baby! :

. And you couldn't have found a better

i Jti-i way to spend your next 83 years than

helping to equip the youth(and also

adults)of our county for better,more

I productive life through higher education.Congratulations .


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Fall Class ScheduleSTARKE '. J'{. :.{. ; : r, _

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Daytime ;;

Fall 1985Calendar
1 1 r y
t c MAC 1004 Sol P Elementary Algebra 830. 945 MW 209 3 Gollld.y
COC 1201 Sol D Computer Concepts I 830. 945 M W 204 :3 I Wesselsr"
.:\ ".. ,i, *. **-a rk i siiiiiifllir .gyn. J. MAC 1104 Sol P College Algebra 830945 M W 210 3 Droa" '
..' 's ENC 1101 Sol P College Composition. 900950 M W F 108 3 Sloan
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'f, ENC 1102 Sal P Intro to Literature 1000.1050 M W F 108 3 Sloan
Thu 800-330pm MUL 011 501 P MusiC Appreciation 1000.1115 M W 210 3 Jensen a
Thurl; July 25 PREREGISTRATION MAT 1002 L Sol V Basic Math SkIlls Lab10 00.1050 M W 200 3 Smlllla
i 800-800 p m ACG 2001 Sol 0 Prln 01 Accounting 1 11.30-1220 M W F 212 3 Wills
COP 1170 Sol D Programming In 1130-12'45' M W 204 .3 Weasels

., '.f-I Al 800.330pm. 6- MAT 1002 Sol V Basic Math Skllll' 1100-1215 M W 200 0 Sm'ttla'
800.800 P m. HUM 1020 Sol P Intro. to Humanities 11 301 30 M W 210 4 Jensen

. 800-330 pm ENC 1001 Sol V Basic Writing Skllll' 830. 920 T H 209 ,0 Eliolrlll
drf Aug MAC 1102 Sol P Intermediate 830945 T H 210 3 Fisher
c 800.800 pm
4 ts', Algebra
? .. PSY 2012 Sol P General 1000-1115
8 00.3 30 pm"'I Psychology T H 108 3 O'Conn.1I
'I 800.800pm ENC 1001 Sol V Basic, WritIng Skills 930.1045 T H 200 3 Ellllrill

} ISC 1000 Sol P Fun of Phys.Sclance 1 130-1245 T H 210 3 FIsher
I xA Tues Aug 27 ASSES BEGINI REA 1010 Sol V Reading Skilla' 1130-1220 T H 209 0 Ellllrill
'.1} SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT 551 1010 Sol P Social, SCience 1130.1245 T H 108 3 O'ConnellREA
. 6 00-8 00 p m I 1010 Sol V Reading. Skllli Let) 1230. 45 T H 200 3 Elhlrlll/
Mon Sept 2 Labor Day Holiday 'must register. for ,d.nllc.'lec.on' lab
Tues Sept 10 LAST DAY TO DROP :A:.
I t'I Fro. Oct 18 No Classes (College Open) Evening
Wed Nov 27 No Evening Classes
r Thurs Nov 28-29 Thanksgiving Holidays ENC 1101 Sol P College ComposItion 700. g 45N M 108 3 Sloan
8 Fri (College Closed) ENC 1102 581 P Intro to Literature 700. 945N M 209 3 Sloan
MonDec 18-19 FINAL EXAM DAYS SPC 2601 Set P Effective Public 700- 945N M 210 3 LOdle
I Thurs (Starke Schedule TBA) Speaking
, ,
:, AMH 2010 562 PUS History 700. 945N T 210 3 Wu'y
; REL 2300 562 P Mal) ReligIons 20lh 700. 945N T 209 3 McFadden.A ,
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'. r.y.".; ;" );;'ft..r: ;;" ," Z't...... 7' ;, .; .' ''); .'. ,.' ,,""Ii> ::1: EMS 1119 562 0 Emerg Mod Tech 700,1000 T H 212 8 Wiggle.worth"i 3

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j ; 4. 551 1010 583 P Social Sciences, 700- 045N W. 108' 3 Young
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CAP 1802 563 D Computer Software 7 00. 945N W 204 3 McGrath
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Aug. 22, 1983 Telegraph Santa Fe Section Page 15

I Early Editorial Supported. Santa Fe1 Junior1 CollegePoetry I

or song, if we could write it,would be mon sense demands the junior college be
the best method of expressing what we have to (The folowing editorial appeared in The located north of Gainesville for easy access by
Gainesville Sun on Friday, June 11, 1965.) Bradford students.
refer to the happy news that neighboring The Alachua-Bradford junior college will
Bradford County has decided to join Alachua need a name. It should bear designation equally -
County in the laudatory endeavor of building a Set It To MusicAlachua significant to both counties. Its banner
junior college.The should have poetic meaning to both counties.
The designation of Santa Fe Junior College
junior college always was envisioned as prepared to go it alone. has been proposed by Bradford Senator
a joint effort of Alachua and Bradford coun- Charley E. Johns. We like it just fine.
ties. But the project became muddled duringthe But the good news came this week.Bradford
recent regular session of the Florida County School Superintendent Tom Casey and We are underway. The college is authorizedby
Legislature. First came word that Bradford, the entire five member School Board electedto the Legislature. Limited state funds are
rather illogically, would insist the institutionbe participate in the junior col- available. Alachua County is ready. Well-
placed near the county line. Then came lege-regardless of site.Bradford's intentioned men are agreed on goals. Youth
news that Bradford would prefer to focus ef- will be served, and the sun shines brighter.All .
fort on a vocational-technical school all of its decision was not routine. It in-
own. volved the subordination of local pride. It is we need to do is set it to music.
recognition the junior college may not
materially bolster Bradford's payroll. It
means Bradford youths will travel further.
And, we suspect, it means SuperintendentCasey
and the School Board must withstandsome -
political heat.

But-the decision was sound not only Welcome to OurCommunity
because the vast bulk of students will come
WELCOMEto from Alachua, but because Bradford needs a !
junior college for the good of its youth. We
the welcome the cultural exchange sure to result.

When the site selection veered into the
Neighborhood.WESTERN political arena a month ago, we deplored it.
We're Proud
We said then and we repeat: The selection of to' "
college site should remain in the
hang of experts on education and population Have You Here!
trends. At the same time, we presume com-
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301 S. 9648061Congratulations
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Santa Fe Centerat &
Santa Fe Center
Starke Best Wishes

Your influence on our communitywill from

We're Glad be a lasting one, thanks "

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To Have You.


Hercules Operations Richard Welty, Attorney
709 Alton Road 964-6958 954 N. Temple 964-8050 C.J.'s HAIR FASHIONS

118 S. Thompson -964-4090


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And some, thank Heaven, believed it WOULD happen... But today that vision has become a modern miracle

And it did! And the college center is here to prove it.

The prophet said, "Where there is no vision the peopleperish"
Thanks to those who had the vision

And without vision, some towns perish, too. And those who gave their support to back it up,

But with vision, and the faith to back it up, The Old Courthouse has taken on new life

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