Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SFCC Opens Classes in New Downtown Starke CenterSanta I

Worth noting Fe Community College opened its eluding SFCC, city and county officials, and thouse and have it placed on the National country where this has been done," the SFCC

, career quietly and with few problems Tues- project pushers. "But I've never seen Registry of Historic Places, came the idea to president added.
o ':. 0 day morning in the old 1902 downtown cour- idealism and realism come together in such a put the building to use as a local post-high Guy Andrews aroused the community, got
thouse. miraculous way. Never in my wildest dreamsdid school education center. the support of the Santa Fe College Endow-

C-of-C Seninar... The expected parking problem failed to I ever envison going through a year suchas SFCC President Alan Robertson said Tues ment Board and the Gainesville-based SFCC
. materialize, though the parking lot next door this." itself, said President Robertson.
day his name should have been Thomas
Safeguarding Your Business will won't be finished for a few weeks. Guy Andrews made a committment, Dr. Work on refurbishing the old courthousewas
be the topic of a Chamber of Com- Some 100 persons gathered on the front McFadden said. "And when he makes a com- too he was a for"doubting Thomas. It was done at a minimum profit by the contractor -
merce sponsored luncheon-seminar steps of the venerable old building, now dressed mittment he carries it through like no one I've Robertson big a project said. a community, Pres. Triest Construction Co. of Keystone'
set today (Aug. 29)) from noon until to the nines with known." contract at
an $850,000 face lift, for an ever Heights, who accepted a $561,560
Robertson said he didn't count all
1 p.m. in the Western Steer unofficial ribbon-cutting ceremony. Inside More people should retire from the SFCC the help from the city the businesses 2.34 percent above cost for overhead ex-
Steakhouse. the building white Board of Trustees if do county Andrews has used his influence to get
now glistening studentsand they'd all like An- the banks and the 011, individualssuch penses.
Speakers will be members of the teachers quietly went about the businessof drews, said SFCC Board Chairman Pat Farn- the generosity people and local governments to donate their
Bradford County Sheriff's Department holding classes. sworth. Andrews envisioned a two-year college Andrews as was Stump behind course, Guy/ time, talent, and money.
- "I've been an idealist all my life," SFCC for Bradford students. From Andrewsand Robertson said.standing everyone Andrews,who in 1930 received a $350 countysee
The seminar is open to membersand Starke Center Director Dr. Bernard McFad- The Telegraph's E.L. (Gene) Matthews,
prospective members of the den told the crowd as he introduced guests in- who had won the battle to save the old cour- "I don't know of any place in the entire ( SFCC Opens..p.2A)
Chamber of Commerce. Luncheoncost

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World... CountyPresents
a ;
Space shuttle Discovery pilot ,
Richard Covey has a connection to 1, l
this area... he s the brother of t I ,
Diane (Mrs. Larry) Reddish of Alto I

Lake. .
Covey and Diane Reddish are _:t, 4i'q

natives of Fort Walton Beach. The

Coveys Jive In Houston, Texas, and Deficit
come here once or twice a year to
visit Larry and Diane.
Diane was down watching the
launch this week. Larry said if she
didn't get home soon he would haveto BudgetA

start washing clothes.Bloodmobile .
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... $4.48 million budget for fiscal
85-86 carrying a 9.322 millage rate
The Bloodmobile from the has been approved by Bradford
Civitan Regional Blood Center in County commissioners on a
Gainesville will be in Starke. Sept. preliminary basis.
10. The first of two required public
The bloodmobile will be at the hearings is set for 8 p.m. Sept. 12, at
Division Of Surplus Property on which time the budget can be ten-
US-301 south from 9-10 a.m. and at N r k r a' tatively adopted. Final adoption will

the Chamber of Commerce at be proposed at a second public hear
Madison and Jefferson Streets from ing to be held some two weeks after
11 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. tj'n the first hearing.The .

b county is not increasing property
.. i wl sL taxes. The 9.322 mills down
GO, GO SFCC Center... from 9.7 mills is the rollback rate

A ribbon cutting Tuesday certified by Property Appraiser
morning -
Alvarez to bring in the
Jimmy sameamountof
o..." '--SII'CC officially Starke opened Center;classes:)rX.Ir-;! at....ttleN". .. tax dollars the county ;
received for fiscal 84-85.
The expected parking problem taxes currently make only 34
up per- ,
failed to materialize. It
was cent of the county budget.
thought there may be a problemwith $677,000 in carryover funds,
the parking lot next to the old the has hand and
county on
L money
1902 courthouse not expected to be dL.lL won't be recurring next year, will be
complete for another two weeks. : used to balance the proposed spen-
Over students
550 are registeredfor ding bill the commission decided in
classes in
the local SFCC
In other words
an April 12 meeting. ,
center. -- expected 85-86 annual income of the
Registration continues throughthis county is $677,000 less than the
week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in which is balanced
by using
the office of the new Starke SFCC 4JH budget hand.It .
Center in the old 1902 courthouse on
means that next year to fund the
the corner of Call Street and US301N. ; the will
same exact budget county
( Temple Ave.), phone 964-5382. o ,:
: Ii' have to come up with an additional
The SFCC Starke Center ;:: "'" ..
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: :2 :. $677,000 in revenue. If the current
welcomes not only recent high i I $330,000 federal revenue sharing

school graduates but also older funds are cut, as is predicted,county
commissioners will! have to find an
I additional $1 million in new revenue
Upcoming... 't ;,
sources to balance next year'sbudget
The Starke Zoning Board is set at $4.4 million, or drasticallycut
to meet at 7 p.m. tonight (Thurs- expenditures.
day, Aug. 29) in city hall. Two applications J "Unless we get lucky, like we did
for mobile home parks is this year, and income is more than
expected to make it a lively # F anticipated, the budget will be short
meeting with residents expected to next year," CPA Farnsworth warn-
protest. ed the commission.
The Bradford School Board is Commissioner Lawrence Mosley
set to meet at 7 p.m. tonight to said "We need to get on the ball and
close out the 84-85 budget year. A do someting about these five percent
major topic will be a discussion of salary raises."
administratrive salary increases. Quickly replying. Clerk Gib Brown
Supt. Jim Duncan is expected to said, "I don't think that will be a problem

have a new formula ready for the _WI:'" -_'-lfFm ...IfiIIi.o&.0.. ..- -"-- ........ ." I ...i.._ "' ..... ." ._- -- _.- next year."
school board to peruse. Previous Mosley retorted, "I've heard that
suggestedhave based on approved A New Era for the Starke SFCC Center... before, too."
proven to be too Commissioner Mosley says he
It was a proud occassion Tuesday morning at unofficial ribbon-cutting the time to thind of the future. Where do we go from here" ,Andrews bot- prefers priority raises for certain

high.Monday Sept. 2, is Labor Day. ceremonies to officially open the SFCC Starke Center in the old 1902 cour- tom right asked. employees. If an employee works he
thouse, SFCC President Alan Robertson clips the ribbon. From left in bottom
said But if
It is a holiday for Bradford school can see a raise, Mosley.
students. left photo, are E.L. (Gene) Matthews, another driving force behind the
project; SFCC Starke Center Director Bernard :McFadden SFCC Boardof
The Lawtey city commission'sregular A dream come true, member of the audience agreed. But Guy Andrews Trustee Members Donna Gruen and Pat Farnsworth Guy Andrews (See Budget..P.2A)
monthly meeting is set at the force behind the project was already thinking ahead. "Now Is and President Robertson
.7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3. The'meeting
: regularly held on Monday,
is set back a day because of the
Labor Day holiday. .
The Starke City Commission's a
regular first Tuesday meeting is Jury Was Merciful. ;
set at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday; Sept 3. .
The Board of Directors of the
Starke-Bradford County Chamberof

p.m.Commerce next Thursday will meet, 5.12:30 The Hearn Feels Used, Turned on Mrs. Banister to Save Self

meeting may be held in the new
SFCC Starke Center board room if Most of the spectators at the Banister trialin '
the furniture is ready.FestivaloftheLakes.. the Bradford Courthouse last week came to for hire"John Wayne Hearn, testified for the tober, 1984. Their first meeting was in
,see and hear the "hired killer and his lover." Jurors Feel StressOf state the better part of last Thursday, giving November in Cordele, Ga. at Shoney'sRestaurant
Many people said they wanted to see if the details of the time he and 'Debbie' Banister where Hearn said their relation-
... defendant was guilty. Murder Trial... spent together since their meeting last Oc- ship started with her leaning across the tableto
The eight man, four woman jury last Fri- tober. His testimony was followed by the play "give him a kiss," Heard said.
the Banister
The 8th annual Festival of the found Debra Banister guilty of According to.jurors in ing of the taped conversations between Hearn
day evening
Lakes Art Show is set for Labor in the murder of her husband, trial, a verdict of second-degree murderwas and Debra Banister plotting her husband's Barely able to compose himself, the burly,
Day weekend in Keystone Heights. John Joseph Banister. After several hours of the only verdict the panel, could murder. The tapes have been called the most 39-year-old who advertised his services as a

The art show is set Saturday, deliberaton the jurors came back with a ver- agree on.Second. damning evidence the state presented. The mercenary in Soldier of Fortune magazine,
Aug. 31, from 9 a.m. until S p.m.. dict of guilty of second-degree murder. 'degree murder is unplanned; defense attempted to block the tapes, but said he still loves Debbie' and her children
1 from 1-S or a crime of passion. Green denied the motion. very much. He gave visiting them in
and Sunday, Sept. p.m. The state had sought a verdict of guilty of Judge
At the onset of deliberation, all but one Gainsville in December and of Debra visiting
The Labor Day show is set in first-degree murder and expressed surpriseat Friday morning the defense opened with
juror agreed Debra Banister and John him again In Riverdale. Ga. Crying
downtown Keystone Heights in the defendant taking the stand. Mrs. Banister
the verdict. to Investigator
jury According Wayne Hearn had conspired to kill her throughout much of his testimony, he told of
Theme Park on SR-21, adjacent to Wiley Clark, there was no evidence to supporta remained composed through most of her
Lake Geneva and Keystone Beach. second-degree murder conviction but it wasa husband. testimony, giving conflicting accounts of their physical relationship during their visits
"Knowing that a manslaughter verdictwas Hearn's testimony. During cross- and of his move to an apartment in
lesser included offense and the jury had. a out, the only solution was guilty of examination by Assistant State Attorney Gainesville in January to be near Debbie.

Square Dance... right to consider that penalty. second degree" said one juror.. "Therewas Thomas Elwell she remained calm, taking
Second-degree murder is defined as the who felt so strongly Hearn told of putting Debbie's name on his
one juror
The first Saturday monthly wilful-wanton act of murder with a depraved against the first-degree murder chargewe her time to answer his questions. Alachua checking account as Debra Hearn while she
square dance is set Sept. 7 at the mind without premeditation. would have never reached a Debra Banister still has to answer murder and was in Georgia and their introducing her as
Kingsley Lake Civic Center with Investigator Donald Denton i County charges of first-degree his! fiance to his friends.
unanimous verdict.
commend to commit murder. She, her sister t.
caller Ken Perez and local caller was merciful and should be conspiracy
Jim Duncan substituting for call I am very satisfied with the sentence of the court It was a very tramatic experience for and their mother and father are charged with In Gainesville Hearn said he saw Debbie
Barrett. because justice has been met." several of the panel. One juror indicatedan hiring Hearn to kill Cecil Batie, the former daily, at her office at the Sun Bank or at his
Jerry intention to have his name removed husband of Mrs. Banister's sister.Marlene, In apartment. He said they took her children to
A covered dish dinner U set at Judge R. A. Green, Jr sentenced Debra feel physically
from the list. Others Gainesville Jan. 6. movies and other places and they called him '
5:30 p.m., a square dance workshopat Banister to 17 years In prison, the maximum unable to through another trial of this
under the state Prosecution... Daddy or Big John.
6:30 p.m.. and a mainstream sentence sentencing kind. The t
square dance at 8 p.m. guidelines.Confessed. Hearn testified he had never met Debra .
killer of Joe Banister, "the gun Banister before she telephoned him In Oc- (See Jury..p,2A) ak


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_, ',,:,; p'' ';"': ;. ', '''.It .. In late January, Hearn-testified- which he finally did near Waldo. She When asked about the six long- "one of the best jobs, if not the best, ;J
I ... :1'; ,: ( Debra Banister told him if he didn't had the children in the car she had distance phone calls made between that I've ever seen in 18 years in office '.t
( I
; ; want to kill her husband she would picked up from her sister's home in the Banister's residence and ,"
; t"J711o, get someone else to do it. So she Gainesville and said she didn't wantto Hearn's apartment after her husband's -
:: ,'," wouldn't feel guilty she would pay know anything, Hearn said he death, Mrs.Banister said she Hearn Confesses...
,'f+;; him. would call her as soon as she got to didn't remember making all those
'\. ,';>iI//, d In the taped conversation between Starke. calls. Hearn testified he confessed to
".' t' '.,'" Hearn and Debra Banister on Jan 27 Debbie's part in her husband's
It: 1;,I, ,d" while he was! visiting his mother in S. Affair Began During murder after he received newspaper
,.1' The Defense... clippings from the Gainesville
: C., they talked of "an accident, of Batie Murder Plot Sun
8 Hearn following Joe Banister to Debra Banister's'account of her One article was a personal interview
\. t work and making "it" as soon as relationship with Hearn differed During the time Hearn and Debra with Debbie by Bill Shields and
possible.The from his. She said she had met him Banister were having an affair he Hearn said after reading that article -
Wednesday before Banisterwas in 1978 in a truck stop while Hearn received $10,000 from the family to which Hearn testified was all
kill Batie because he had caused a lies,he knew he had been
killed, Hearn picked up was working as a truck driver in used by the
Debbie's car at the bank so he could West Florida. He stopped by her lengthy child custody battle. Hearn family.An .
,, ).. ,:<:( ; wash it. Hearn took the car to his apartment several times and slepton has confessed to killing Cecil Batie
.. Nil! It I \' 1 M apartment where he removed an the couch and she visited him in Jan. 6 in Gainesville.
,t,;' a AR-7 semi-automatic rifle from the 1984 to get away and think. In Texas, Hearn confessed to killing Alachua grand jury has also in-
". ., trunk. He took the rifle into his She admitted an affair with Hearn a woman,Sandra Black,in order dicted Debra Banister, her parents,
tsr ':'u apartment until Feb.2 when he put it but denied she had plotted with for her husband to collect on an In- Franklin and Iris Sims; and her
; II ",;,",..0 O--J into his truck. Hearn testified he Hearn to kill her husband. She said surance policy. The woman's hus- sister, Marlene Watson, for the
:t- ';: ;, [dAl took the rifle belonging to Joe her husband was an alcoholic and band also is charged in her death. murder of Cecil Batie, Watson's
",.... .r'fOt H J n :t8Q SANDWICH? Banister. In case he could not make she considered divorcing him. "It "reads just like a television former husband The Sims, Marlene
the killing look like an accident, Elwell pointed out in cross- script, Sheriff Dolph Reddish says. Watson and Debra Banister still face
AIVDRINK 3S : Hearn said he would use the gun. examination that 37 phone calls had Reddish says the six-foot, 240 pound the Alachua charges.
) Hearn testified he followed Debra been placed from her work phone toHearn's Hearn advertised his services as an Hearn has pled guilty to killing
"I Banister to Palatka Feb. 2 where she Atlanta apartment from Atlanta-based mercenary in the Batie but the sentencing was
: :.1t I i was to meet Joe Banister and Oct. 30 though January, when Hearn Soldier of Fortune magazine. Hearn postponed until Hearn testified in
lS friends for dinner. They stopped at a moved to Florida. Mrs. Banister told said he is a former Marine who serv- the Banister murder and Batie

J : convenience store where she told the jury she had decided to discon- ed two tours in Vietnam. murder. In exchange for his conCessions -
him to wait until she returned. After tinue her relationship with Hearn Hearn first met Bradford County and testimony at trial time, he
I several hours she returned and told after he became very demanding investigators in February when he has been guaranteed that the state
him to hurry or he would miss her and pouted when she was late for posed as a cousin of Banister'swidow won't seek the death penalty. The
4 I husband. Hearn said he followed Joe lunch at his apartment.She and helped her make funeral state will seek life terms in both
r 'I Banister, who was driving a Ford said Hearn had told her he was arrangements for her husband.It cases, with mandatory minimum
-.} Escort. Hearn said he attempted to going to visit his son in Columbia, S. was Bradford investigators who sentences of 25 years to be served
I '-.I ", .. run Banister off the road at C. on Feb. 1 and would be back in a discovered Hearn's connection with consecutively. The Texas
t Florahome and into a revine but the few days. She said she initiated the slaying of Mrs. Black while investigating authorities have given him no such
(trff traffic was too heavy, and said he plans to have dinner with friends in the slaying of Banister. guarantee at this time.
\ ,,! ..r 1.. --- ...,, nearly lost him when Banister turn- Palatka to give her husband a night Their information was given to Whitworth said he agreed to the
ed onto CR-18. Near Hampton Hearn out rather than having him Texas authorities. plea-bargin with Hearn because
stay :
Improvement Award Goes to Sonny's... said he pulled along side of the Ford home drinking alone. She admittedto State Attorney Eugene T. Whit- without Hearn's testimony, "We
and with the rifle fired two shots into spending part of the afternoon worth said the investigators in would not be in the posture to obtain
Restaurant US-301 I
Larry Reddish of Sonny's Fat Boys Kjr-U-Que on Alachua and Bradford counties did "
Joe Banister's head. Hearn then indictments. ;
receives! the Bradford Improve Award for August from Award Committee accelerated with Hearn on the day her husband
Chairperson Susan Reddish of the Chamber of Commerce. but watched in the rear died, but denied asking Hearn to .
Business has been exceptionally Rood since the restaurant reopened July view mirror to make sure the vehi- follow her to Palatka to wait for and
z.a. Reddish says. Reddish and his! sister, Mrs Janice Johns have cle ran off the roadway. kill her husband. Have Mobile Home
On his home to Gainesville
way Mrs. Banister testified she didn'tsee I
bought the Starke franchise to Sonny's and have done extensive remodel-
inside the Hearn said he saw Debbie near the Hearn again that night Hearn ...Will Travel
ing building. airport and attempted to stop her, said he saw her twice. Among the "charter"students turning

out for the first classes and ribbon-cut
. SFCC Opens. (from page 1A) ting at the SFCC Starke Center Tuesday
morning was Margie Mobley of
scholarship to attend the University of Starke Commissioner Charles Schaefer has Andrews urged Tuesday that the SFCC Thirty sections are being offered here in Chiefland, who brought her home and
Florida, promised to give money up to seven spent untold hours on the SFCC Starke Center Starke Center be made the garden spot of Starke this semester, with morning classes husband with her I
figures for the project; so far he's given project. He took charge of prison crews to downtown Starke. running from 8:30: a.m. until 1 p.m. and even- A native of New River, Mrs. Mobley
around$400,000.The Florida National Bank at demolish the old jail, clear old buildings off ing classes beginning at 6 p.m. and ending i says they made the trip to Starke in their
Starke gave $100,000, the Community State the parking lot, and to grade it. Surveyor Pat "Where are we going from here?"Andrews around 10 p.m. 550 seats have been filled in mobile home, and they might just decide
Bank of Starke gave $50,000, the Stump Welch donated time to shoot the levels on the asked. "Whatever, you want to do, you can the classes according to Santa Fe officials to stay herepermanently..
Sisters donated Pepsi-Cola stock worth some parking lot. City and county crews and equip-- just about do." He apparently referred to the with around 250 to 300 individual students. A confirmed Blue Grass fan, Margie
$30,000, and the Reddish Brothers and their ment cleared it. Inmates from local prisons proposed revitalization of central downtown With a long standing committment to Brad- would kinda like to move back to her
mother, Mrs. P.D. Reddish, donated $8,000. worked hundreds of hours on the demolition Starke and its restoration along a historical ford County SFCC President Robertson has native county anyway. "Now with the
projects. theme. always insisted on sending some of the best Santa Fe Center and the Lawtey Blue
For instance, Leonard Moore is doing the instructors to teach in Starke over the years, Grass Park both located here, we might
grading and limerock hauling on the parking "Are you proud of it?" someone asked Guy Classes started in the new center Tuesday, Director McFadden stressed at the Tuesday just stick around," she said.
lot himself to get the work done less expen- Andrews. August 27, with the first class being led by Dr. ribbon cutting. _
sively. SFCC will get a first class parking lot April O'Connell. She has continued her tradi-
for $32,000 that ordinarily would have cost "Of course. Isn't everybody?" Andrews tion, having been the first instructor to teachin
$55,000. answered. Starke for Santa Fe in September 1966.


(from page 1A) through Sept. 4, 1985
an employee doesn't do a good job, ...
he doesn't deserve a salary increase Receive-FREE- Roller Pan
every year said Mosley. .- .
"I suggest you begin immediately .:...:. Rebates with first $10.00'purchase of Benjamin Moore" \
7 ..
to look into additional revenue 54/0 .
sources" CPA Farnsworth suggested '" product and a FREE Paint Brush
to the commission after that -
exhange.The' of Up to $ 5 0 000 up to $6.00 value
$330,000 in federal revenue APR Financing '
sharing funds is all used for basic with second $15.00 order

the services jail and, Farnsworth sheriff's office.said, such as by Chrysler Corp :: on Any New Vehiclein

The commission has discussed
charging fees to support the services stock from
the county provides, such as garbage .
disposal, emergency medical vy
treatment, and fire protection.i .II Starke Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge
Combining the radio dispatching I
service of the city and county, which -- -- Tr
would result in a $50,000 savings! to 1983 Plymouth 1982 Honda Accord 1981 (One loch Per Customer) .
each would be another cut in the Delta 88
budget deficit. Grand Prix Hatchback LX Auto, AC Loaded, Excel lend Cond.
The county can raise some
$120,000 by levying the full 10 mills of $639500 $399500 3895 Diesel
,taxes allowed by law.Theproposednewspendingbe. --
: llis 1980 C-10 Chev PU 1980 Cadillac Coupe 1979 Chev Capriceup

$317,664 over the total 84-85 Auto., AC, Low miles DeVille, Loaded, Diesel Classic
budget, mostly because: of the five
percent pay raises, increased expenses $389500 $369500 $169500 .r
in the shenff's budget, and _
other smaller increases. 1978 Volvo GL 1977 Ram Charger
Jail expenditures could climb
another $80,000 if the state Department 4 Dr., Auto., AC 4 WD, Low M'I I age
of Correction;; (DOC) requires $ $
3 3 9 5 0 0 2995.00
the county to hire 10 new Jail .
employees. DOC wants the
have round the clock duty for both
women and men jailers. Plus, the CHRYSLER INdPI ,

DOC chers,also as cannot they says currently,also the correctional act dispat officers S T A R K E PLYMOUTH t LL

The county is protesting the DOC DODGE Coordinate paint colors to f 1
order legally through a Tallahassee draperies furnishings in, the rugs, and jiL
attorney who works for the Florida -
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I Meeting Expected at Zoning BoardFour -

Let the BH Center for
controversial rezoning re multi-family housing but no single courthouse and bounded on the south Road(CR-100A) would go on property -
quests,Including mobile home parkson family residential building, to R-2A by Georgia Street,'On the west by owned by S.G. Denmark. Den
CR-100A just off SR-100 and off allowing multi-family or single- Grand Street, and on.the north by mark's son, Steve Denmark, and Health and Fitness
Butler Road in west Starke, should family residences. Mrs. Terwillegar DeSue Street. The tract Is currently Scott Whitehead want to develop a
make for a lively session at'the wants to restrict development to broken up into several classifica- mobile home park on the old Pat
Starke zoning board meeting tonight single family and multi-family tions including R-1C R-1A, and Miller Place. The property Is bet- send you on a
(Thursday, Aug. 29)) In city hall residential. Under the BP RM-l, allowing a mobile home sub- ween the bingo parlor and Geiger
In addition: classification, commercial activity division.Currently, people can't put Road.
Realtor Ralph Bryan seeks to is allowed but no single family in single family residences, says The area is now zoned R-1A,allow- th
reclassify 25 lots on the west side of residential. The property should Zoning Director L.M. Gaines. ing single family residences only. enight
Old Lawtey Road to R-1D to allow never have been classified BP Mrs. The requested change is for an R-1D
both mobile and permanent housing. Terwillegar says. Opposition ExpectedTo classification, allowing either
-Realtor Ceil Terwillegar seeks to The city zoning board seeks approval Mobile Home Parks mobile homes or single family \
rezone lots on Bradford Street and to reclassify to R-1D, allowing Residents are expected to residences.
Bradford Circle off Bessent Road in either mobile homes or single the two mobile home parks. oppose Many residents in the Geiger Road (llSE !
east Starke from BP, a business and family residences, 56 acres in nor The proposed mobile home parkon area have livestock. Several have
professional classification allowing thwest Starke, north of the county the northern end of Griffis Loop requested that it be rezoned to
agriculture,which would require 2.5
acre lots for a residence. Many of
the lots are too small for that, says
Director Gaines. In 1978, when the
city was rezoned, the entire area
was classified R-1A, allowing only
r single family residences.

., .. T Ervin Andrews seeks the proper
classification to establish a mobile
X G home park on 19 acres on Butler
Road in west Starke,between Butler ,
yf Plaza and the Edwards Loop Road
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classified agriculture.THE .


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I : Stranger Than Fiction 1 ---. --. S rY

I _
It was a comedy of errors-or rather a tragedy while he (Hearn) was still under Investigation in _
i of errors-from beginning to end. Starke, and charging the call to his apartment
Gainesville.No. .
How two people, of at least average intelligence, phone in
(r manipulate, and concoct such a 6 Staying with Debra at her home in
complicate scheme as the murder of Joe Starke the night after Banister's funeral, and
Banister, and yet leave an obvious trail of damn- other appearances together with no attempt at
ing evidence behind them defies Imagination. secrecy.

One possible explanation is that Debra The ''cousin" bit at the funeral was the first stepin
Banister, convicted of second degree murder in opening up a mysterious can of worms.
her husband's death, and John Wayne Hearn, her Members of Joe Banister's family smelled a rat in
lover-accomplice, were living in a dream world of the bogus "cousin relationship" and notified Y M
their own making. At least one investigator in the Sheriff's office investigators. From then on, I
{jl case has advanced this theory. He thinks that pieces of the tawdry story fell into place one by
even Hearn's given names, John Wayne, may one, like bits of a cross-word puzzle. It was just a :tttL_ 1r (k
have contributed to his self-imiigeof; himself as an matter of time.
invincible "soldier of fortune", He also believes
The tangled maze began when Banister,
that Debra have envisioned her lover in that
herself a qualified sharpshooter, looking for a
role, and herself as his future wife and partner.
child between
quick solution to a messy custody case
How else to explain the amazing trail of careless her sister, Marlene and her divorced husband -
blunders that early-on revealed the pair's Involve- Cecil Batie, answered an ad in the
ment in a crime that was believed to have been an November issue of "Soldier of Fortune"
accident for several days after Joe Banister's Magazine. The ad, placed by Hearn who operated j ,
murder on February 2. That's the way John and under the name "World Securities", offered the w -
Debra had planned it.."to look like an accident", services of an "ex-Marine D.I. (drill instructor)
but the clues they left behind and the blunders and Viet Nam veteran seeking "high risk" .. .
they committed before and after the crime were assignments in the U.S. or Europe.Debra's .... -'...;
no accident..they were sheer carelessness, combined ; '

perhaps, with a sense of their own invin contact message was received by a 'X41'' :.. '
cibility. tape recorder at Hearn's Riverdale, Ga., apart- Ir .., .']
\j '
ment Soon their first meeting was arranged in a '.'..., '-.. _. .\\0" .1'-","oj,,
small Georgia town and, according to Hearn's ..v4 ; ... ,
in the annals of .. Possibly unique testimony at last week's trial, love first blossomed .... : .
crime: when Debra reached across the table at a Three defendants are brought into the

Four members of one family, Shoney's Restaurant and kissed him on the nose. p I Old Courthouse at start of trial for murder
r; t" ,, of storekeeper Dave L. Silcox the night of
under first degree From then on, it was clandestine meetings and tr '' j1 !May 4, 1949.Handcuffed.
murder indictments in the long distance calls in and from various locationsin 'Y@ / I (from left) are L. D. Robin-

soninlawand Georgia and Florida, finally culminating in I son, James J. Tucker and trigger man
death of ..
Hearn coming to Gainesville in December to occupy t George Wolford Jr.
one ex-son-in-law.. an apartment where he and Debra met
almost daily with resulting "physical relations"for .
'1 : s Accompanying them tin white hats
almost a month. lie visited her daily at her of- 'I 11" ry r 44/ I from left) are prison official R. P. Mc Len-

Blunder No. 1 .Debra's brazen action in allow- fice in the Sun Bank, usually staying an hour and r 's .,". 1 i; don. Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Deputy
ing her lover to escort her to her husband'sfuneral having lunch, then meeting again at his apart- t ;y Raif Alvarez.
ment late in the afternoon with Debra leaving
I and casually introducing him to friends about 8 o'clock, he testified. A '. ; (At left), Sheriff Reddish comes down
f and members of the Banister family as a"cousin"
stairs from old courtroom, accompanying
Sometimes she brought along her two children, f James McCool and Bob Corbin on a lunch
No. 2 -- Leaving a tell-tale trail of 94 long with whom he became friendly, and they soon z'" breakAs
distance calls to one another between October 30, began calling him Daddy or "Big John", at their

1984 and January 15, 1985, using phones listed mother's suggestion. he related the story, Hearn was at

mostly in their own names. Hearn also became friendly with Frank and Ii Debra's office the day before the murder Trials the PastBradford
No. 3 Leaving a trail of motel registrations in Sims, parents of Debra and Marlene duri ; when a call came in from her husband of
Georgia and Florida, usually in Hearn's name, negotiation for the murder of Batie, which tt.t before noon. She asked if he would like to
since he would book the room and she would arrive place at the victim's home in Gainesville on co out to eat that night, and he replied no.
on the scene later. January 6 from shots fired through a window by Joe's refusal spoiled their plan so Debra County courthouses old and new, have hosted many trials, some
No. 4Allowing some of their plotting conver- Hearn while Batie lay on a couch. called a friend, Mrs. Patsy Atkins in famous and some infamous, over the past 124 years.

sations to be taped on a telephone recorder Hearn The story of Banister's murder on February 2 Palatka and asked if she would call Joe Although last week's murder attracted capacity crowds, the new courthouse
himself installed in his mother's Columbia, S.C., has been told so often it needs no repetition here. and invite him to her house the next day to seats less than 100 spectators, only a fraction of the six or seven hundred seats
home for use during a child custody case. Even Banister's last night was a complicated set- help do some repair work on her husband'sboat. that could be filled in the huge courtroom of the 1902 structure. But they don't
Banister, who worked in Palatka at build like that since few attend trials for entertain
up, however, according to Hearn's testimony last courtrooms any more people
No. 5 Making long distance calls to another that time and
agreed was told that his
week. ment in these days of radio, movies and television.
murder-for-hire customer, Robert Black in Texas wife would join them for supper.
i One of the most heavily attended trials in the past 50 years was that of three
Continuing his testimony, Hearn said holdup men working out of Jacksonville,who murdered Dave L. Silcox the nightof
that Debra came to his apartment about May 4, 1949 in his small store on Highway 16 East in the edge of Reno. Traced
Editorials.Education 4:30: and saw a gun on the table that he had by the excessively fancied-up car they parked here and drove away in the nightof
taken from the
trunk of her car when he the murder, George Wolfork, Jr., L.D. Robinson, and James Junior Tucker
took it to wash. Investigators said the gun, were soon arrested, tried, and sentenced to death for first degree murder. The
an AR7 (a converted rifle often used by"survival" executions were carried out in due time. Mortally wounded' during the holdup,
enthusiasts) belonged to Joe Mr. Silcox tried to make it to his home across the street, but fell in the middle of
Banister. Debra asked what he planned to the highway.
do with it and he said if he couldn't make
:Is :Its Own RewardThe Joe's death look like an accident, he might Burned Car Yields Body ,
\. 'r'i1 'J[ j ... __. .. ...,.hgve to use a gun. Another standing-room-only trial was that' r .:J. o'MI JiJQ JIL ITJIf_' 1.'tJ, r.-1i ; '** WWlfli. 'pl00lp4ljlpWU!! *11 ,IhiL ) f.f V VFn7 ":"1 ; According: to plan, he followed Debra to' ,1 t James McCool; qonvfcted-of, first'degreemurder in the spring of 1951 when a car

first students to cross the Those who have contributed to the Palatka with the gun in his pickup truck burning in a yard on South Street was found to contain the body of 25-year-old
threshold of the new Santa Fe Community success of this project have been com and waited at a convenience store for threeor Claude Beaver a new employe of Hercules in Starke, who had just received his
four house while she and Joe had first paycheck of $100 and made the mistake of flourishing the money in a beer
College Starke Center mingled mended and thanked times supper
so many
with the Adkinacs at a seafood restauranton parlor on S. Walnut St.
with city and county officials, community that any additional praise at this time
and Highway 16 east of Green Cove Springs. He left the "beer joint" in the company of McCool, and his body, with a seven-
leaders who had worked long would be redundant.
Suffice it
say inch in his stomach found later
When the Banisters finally returned to gash was that night in the burning car betweenthe
contributed much to the project, and that the SFCC Starke Center speaks for where Hearn was waiting, Debra went in- homes of Corbin and McCool. Only 80 cents in change was found on the floor
other interested citizens in a brief itself and is reward enough for those side the convenience store, and Joe droveon of the car.

ribbon-cutting ceremony on the Old who have contributed their time, their toward Starke. Debra then told Hearn Both men were tried and convicted, receiving life sentences. Both were later
Courthouse steps Tuesday morning. money, and their talents to make this to "hurry up or you'll miss him." She had released after serving partial sentences.
previously told Hearn she wanted Joe "to Parlor MurdersOne
day possible.To Beauty
: die as painless as possible" and didn't
It was a historic moment, just as see the pleased and proud want to know any of the details after the"accident" of the most sensational trials was that of Carl Robert Taylor accused of
t significant as the ceremony that was sions the expres- She then left to pick up her murdering Bobbie Turner and Patricia Marr in a beauty shop on Highway 21
held 83 years ago when the red brick on faces of eager young children in Gainesville. between Keystone Heights and Melrose, and abducting Mrs. Turner's daughter
courthouse was finished and ready to students attending college classes Tuesday Valerie. The girl's skeletal remains were found seven months later in a woodedarea
for The rest is history--how Hearn's plans to off 16 of
the first time in their ownbuilding Highway east Starke.
fulfill its role the seat of
as county run Banister off the road in a deep ravineon
government.Now on their own home ground was Highway 100 north ot Palatka was Taylor and his father-in-law, Sherman C. Crary, had been implicated in
reward enough for those who had helped thwarted because of heavy traffic at that several murders of women, following a similar pattern, across the U.S.

it is ready to begin a new role in make this "Miracle of Call Street" he trailed Joe to Theressa, Taylor did not receive the death sentence because it was outlawed in Florida

the county as a seat of learning rather come true. Now that it is a reality, the where Banister turned west on Road at that lime He is, however, serving) three life terms, including one from the
:5' than a seat of government. Both func- most satisfying reward for everyone 18--dark, narrow and almost devoid of cars court here. But Florida had a low priority and he is imprisoned in another state.
at that time of he trailed
tions are inextricably tied together, fora would be to see the greatest use made of Banister, a quarter mile behind, then pulled I
better educated populace cannot fail this fine facility and the wonderful alongside Joe's Ford Escort slowed To the
opportunities to first officers on the scene, it one of the finest pieces of I
to result in a better and more enlightened it offers to all. 50 mph and rested his gun barrel in the seemed-as Hearn had planned-to be a team work seen in this area investigatory of North
government. partially open window on the pickup's one-car accident. The bullet from the first Florida.
passenger side..taking aim and firing two shot was small and indiscernible above
.22 calibre bullets from the semiautomatic Banister's hair line. The second had pass- Debra Banister, sentenced to 17 years
one-half second apart..the ed through glass flattening out somewhatso under the new Florida guidelines is now in
I It's Hard to Say NoOur first shot entering the skull.and the second'one that it gashed Banister's neck, breaking custody in Alachua County jail. Hearn I
hitting hisleek made Banister rear the skin in a way that could have been received life instead of a possible death
back in the seat..his car went out of con caused by a car accident.The sentence in return for testifying against
trol and ran off the north side of 18, then bullet wounds Debra in the Banister trial and against her
lady of county government can't The writing was on the wall concerning veered back across the road, and came to ing the autopsythe were same discovered examination dur- again in the forthcoming Batie trial, as
the of rest, motor still running, in a ditch on the well as against her sister, Marlene, and
be faulted for not being cooperativewith spending $677,000 more than is that revealed Banister would have died her parents.
all agencies that ask for funds. being taken in. Next year's deficit opposite side..Hearn peered in his rear within months, of a serious heart condi C
view window until sure Banister's car was tion. Court officials do not remember another
Our lady of county government can'tbe looms large. Clearly, there is an impen- stopped.. .then proceeded on to instance. in which four members of one
ding calamity that will be created From then on officers in Bradford
faulted with not wanting to supply all next Gainesville... and family are charged with first degree
when funds won't be Alachua Counties are credited with doing murder
year reserve so at the same time.
the needs of those who ask for a piece of i
the county pie. plentiful. In the face of all this, the country Marlene Watson has been in custody in
commissioners still could not say, Levy County jail since complaining that
Our lady of county government can't ." x Mrs. Banister, with whom she had shareda
be faulted for not being overly Y cell in Gainesville, had threatened her
generous. Just like the federal govern- With the cost of delivering county ser .' ,.-, unless she testified for her .(Debra) last
ment commissioners have vices up $317,000 over last year, our r week. Marlene refused to become a
witness under protection of the 5th Amend-
county commissioners still
decided to spend money they don't haveto generous ment.
pay for spending requests because failed to say, "NO.

they don't like,to say, "NO." Don't cut that, there won't be any After at the her head husband's of his grave funeral amid Debra flowers posed -

I money for it next year for sure. sent by friends and relatives while Hearn,
I'm Just a girl who can't no.
say So what? a professional cameraman, snapped pic-
I'm in a terrible fix. tures.

,_ I I always say, 'Come On, Let's Go.' So, button down the hatches and put a Y k
Just when I oughta say, 'Nix. few bucks back for the new charges and 'k M ;.k Although Hearn has previously confessed -
orally to Bradford
taxes to make for what the : County investigators
higher .
up ; s", concerning his guilt in the for-hire murderof
As this from the not be able to for with -tv .
spng musical county may pay ,Roberi Black's' wife in Texas, he must
"Oklahoma" suggests, our county commissioners what it doesn't have. To be sure, next stand trial In that state on first degree

are an easy mark, seeming- year at budget time every agency and murder charges' since Texas does not

i ly unwilling to establish necessary employee will be pushing these commis- ten recognize and signed confessions by the unless defendant.they are writ-

budgetary discipline. /. sioners who can't say "NO."
Black also faces first degree murder
J Although warned by their financial l charges nnd allegedly opened the house for
experts of next year's impending It's a hard lesson to learn, but next Hearn so he would be on hand to kill his

revenue cuts, the county commissioners year our county commissioners may wife when she returned home'from work
'r have to learn to "NO!" According to Investigator Black then left
continued to say uyes, instead of "no. say in a car with his 16-year-old son and rode
around town in hopes of establishing an
I alibi, while Hearn carried out the murder.

ti while State declaring Attorney the Eugene Hanister-IJatie Whitworth

i."i' murders to be the most biiaart'ovir to or-
I :OC ? cur in this North Central Florida urea, also
I R ,; said the movie rights should \tI worth At ,
Ic'ist li million dollars.So !.
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tiThe bicycle was invented by Kirkpatrick Macmillan a blacksmith In 1839. It weighed ... .tI' watch" out "Dynasty and
H I "Dallas .>ou may soon fii<;u siilf
57 pounds and had a curved wood frame. : ;: tim-
"tad'' .II'"Nt.-\ ..," ;'"r,i J ,"" ', John and Debra in Happier Dais Debra"t' petition.from It sales dubt"/l. ".." ,hn and

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.. : ," Mrs. R.H. (Minnie) Futch word perpendicular. Her 12 i
celebrated her 100th birthday on children, 39 grandchildren, 60 great
'" CI'. and grancchildren, and 45 great great ,
a+s'M; .t'A Sunday,Aug. 18, with her family

4 I.: .0 I l i: "i4 :}. Seb friends son-in-law at the home Mr.of and her Mrs.daughterand Obed grandchildren have Mrs. Futch feel as lucky a source indeed of en to ; ", ,
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Pauley In Lawtey Her children .
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Other friends and relatives '
\ \.' presented her with a "Family Tree" pre- : :
"J each sent were: Teresa Patterson and
had limbs
0 cake. The tree 12 ,
u daughter Jaimee, Angie DeVore
labeled with of her children'snames.
> ; one
.. :*. antJosh
; -t \ Linda Adkins and John Rr: w sons
.. Six of her daughters,
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( ,Donna and Solze Macel
Ricky ,
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....,. 'c'.", i. ".. .......I.. Margaret Pauley, Pauline DeVore Lois, and Gabby Pauley, Alma Norman,
... ", Ola Starling, Mabel McCellan,
: r Barberine John Stuart
0' Jaup, Honey,
't, \ Blevins of Lenox, Ga., and Elnora
\' '. 0 ,,", 1 .; Previtt, attended the party. Pauley, Susie Woodard, Dottie Sue
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Prevatt and Rochelle
daughter ,
'" Or 0 During her 100 years, Mrs.
,(.". ...),1'... '' "O'" ....... "" has seen many changes occur. She Rev.Gcnelle and Underwood Mrs. Cecil and Crawford son Michail, Bub,
; ...... "0 ., remembers riding to town in wagons
O ., j' Carter, Mary Hayes, Carrie Fisher,
C> .1 instead of cars. Kerosene lanternsnot '
\" ( Mr. and Mrs.Hub Harley, Elva Red
(..<) electric lights lit her home. Bornon
.... :... "!( t < dish, Leonard Wilson, Karen Ford
0 t'. '. Aug. 16, 1885, Mrs. Futch has liv-
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: and and Harlet
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-' Angie Johnny,
n,."" \., ..... ..'"j ..:I.0'. ed through both WWI and WWII
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.
Clyde Starling,
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... '
."}< Mrs. Futch has a wealth of stories
and Mrs. Charles and
about life in by-gone days.One of her
Melissa and Arnie Obed
Wayne, ,
favorite stories takes place in a one-
Pauley, Rev. and Mrs. James
room school house. She won a spell- .
Saunders and
ing bee by correctly spelling the son.

Mrs.Minnie Futch Nellie FrazeeCommunity

Nellie FrazeeShe's ... '

Social Side state Bankof
Club News the oldest resident at. In 1906 she married Dr W. E.

.Notices Whispering Pines Nursing Home in Frazee who was a optomistrist in the
the Starke
Church Items'News Starke. City area.
Nellie Frazee celebrated her 100th She was an active member in the
cake and birthday Women's Club and Garden Club and presents
birthday with punch a -
President is a member of the First Methodist
card from Regan.
Weddings A former Lake resident, Church in Lake City.
Nelle Brad Community Appreciation Day
Receptions Nellie was born August 11, 1885 in has one grandson,
Parties she Frazee of Nashua, New Hampshireand
Gladys Mooty Pinelevel, Fl. where was
postmaster of the local postoffice until three greatgrandchildren.She
is shown here with WhisperingPines
she moved to( the Lake City area FREELIVE
in the early 1900's. employee Julie Thompson.

Mrs. Jerry Crockrell

HappeningsMrs. Stork Shower Honoree HOT DOGS ANTIQUE CAR SHOW

Mrs. Jerry Crockrell was honoredat
Mike Williams Woman's Club a baby shower Monday, August 12,
Stork Shower HonoreeA Board given by Donna (Ford) Salsbery,
Meeting Chip Spitze and Karen McNally at the
stork shower was given Monday Wed., Sept. 4 home of the latter in Gainesville.
night honoring Mrs. Mike Williams ir The Winnie the Pooh theme was
The Woman's Club of Starke Ex
the Fellowship Hall of the First Christian carried out with decorations
ecutive Board will fbr
Church given by the ladies of the meet a throughout( the house.A dinner buffet
Mary Martha circle./ business-only meeting on Wednesday the was served to the more than 30 guests
A pink and blue color motif was carried Clubhouse.As September. 4, at 1:00: p.m.,. at attending. Out of town guests included -
out in the party decorations. The Mrs. Damon Whitaker, Mrs. John
will be
this the first Board
\ refreshment table was covered with awhile e Crockrell, Mrs. Irene Hall and Ms.
meeting of the 1985-86 Club and Sept. -10am-1 -
eyelet cloth and centered with year Vicki Crockrell.The pm -
an arrangement of pink silk flowers. many important matters must be hostesses presented Mrs. and
decided, all executive board Bring the whole family
At one end of the table was a large Crockrell with a Winnie the Pooh
members are urged to attend. Luncheon Comforter and beautiful all the day's activitiesThe
cake with pink and blue decorations ( cross- enjoy
of soft drinks and coffee will not be served; the business \ stitch wall hangings for the nursery,
variety Community State Bank Appreciates You
were served at a separate table. meeting will begin promptly at 1:00: \ hand-stitched by Donna Salsbery and

The hostesses presented the p.m. 't I' Chip Spitze. Support Your Community Be A Community State Banker with a handmade oink and \ .\ \ '

blue cwrbage made with baby sox. :*ii'4
Methodist Women
Among the 40 attending between thehours
of 7-30: and 9:30: p.m. was thehonoree's Hold Salad Supper
Bill Starnei Rhonda flinconRhonda .'
mother, Mrs.
Methodist Women of '
United -
.. ,,, .,".+4 aid)4l4. 4 '4tves'reaydtrrtvsh1rlMrs. .Starke"The met In the Fellowship Hall Hinson,'Jackie Marr'
Tuesday evening, Aug. 20 for a
Hinson of
and Barbara
covered dish salad supper.
Greenery and potted plants were Crystal Lake announce the engage-

Frank Swindell used to decorate the hall. ment their and daughter approaching, Rhonda marriage, to Jackie of
A short business meeting was Proposed
Stork Shower HonoreeMrs. after which Mrs. John Smith gave a Marr son of Ms. Donna Marr and
of grandson of the late Joe W. Pentecostand
First Woman
Frank Swindell was given a program on "Eve., Bertha Pentecost of Starke.
si oik shower on Saturday, Aug. 24 the Bible". Rhonda is the granddaughter of Mr.
given by Mrs. Ronald Starling and and Mrs. A.P. Johns and H. B. Hin
Mrs. David Alvarez at the home of the son, all of Hampton. County Law
latter on Pinewood Drive. Lisa Dukes Rhonda is a 1984 graduate of Bradford
A baby theme was carried out in the Thomas PaladinoTo High School and is employed by
party decorations. The refreshmenttable Owens-Illinois in Lake Butler.
was covered with a Care Bear Wed Sept. 28

cloth and punch and party snacks Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dukes of Mr. Marr is employed by Davis Express -
were served. and of Starke.
the engagement
Starke announce
The hostesses presented the marriage of their The wedding is scheduled for Sept.
honoree with a portable high chair approaching, Lisa Yvonne, to Thomas 21 at 7 p.m. in the Church of God, 420
and miscellaneous baby items' as a Acey daughter Paladino, son of Thomas C. N St.Clair Street,Starke. A receptionwill Public Hearing Set
memento of the occasion. Paladino of Hampton.The follow in the church receptionhall.
attended betweenthe
Twenty guests wedding is planned for Sept. 28 .
hours 7 and 9 p.m. Methodist No invitations are being sent local
at 7 p.m. in the First 12 8
Church, Starke. ly,but all friends and relatives are invited Sept. p.m.
to attend.

Karen Kapellen, ... .......-.-.-.-.-.--.......H.... .-...,.........................,.......!

Donald Davis f. : JO: ANN'SA

To Wed Sept. 6 A public hearing is set at 8 p.m. September 12 by the

Gift Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Kapellen Speciality '
& courthouseon
announce the engagement and approaching Hwy 301 South Bradford County Commission in the county
marriage of their csm FAHS

daughter, Karen Lucile, to Donald \ North Temple Avenue in Starke on a proposed new

Wayne Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. t We now have Gators, Bulldogs & Seminole Indians :
Terry" P. Davis, all of Starke. addi-
The wedding and reception will be handcrafted collectibles from Red Mill Mfg. Co. ordinance, to be numbered 85-1 authorizing

held Bradford at the Florist Wedding at 11 House a.m. on above Sept.the 6.Family made from crushed pecan shells very unusual. : tional costs to be added to court filing fees to be used to

and friends are invited to attend (904) 964.8547 :
rrrrrrrrr.r.Open 10..MUf..N..f..s a.m. til 5:30 Closed Wed.....b.Sun......(...U) ...S.1.4...... maintain court facilities and to operate the county law

Madison Street Baptist Church library.

The title of proposed Ordinance 85-1 is:

Miss April Rooney
Presents The
Shower HonoreeMiss "An ordinance providing for additional filing fees in

April Rooney, September 7th LATCH KEY KID PROGRAMto
and in the
bride-elect of Herbert Green,Jr.,was the county court in and for Bradford County
honored with a miscellaneous showeron theCommunity

co-workers Friday, August at Nationwide 16th given Insurance by her I Eighth Judicial Circuit Court in and for Bradford County,

Company in Gainesville. The shower and maintain court
was held during their lunch in the Florida, to be used to provide

Company cafeteria. Bradford Countythe

Refreshments a cake decorated were served with rose Including acilities, including purchasing and leasing equipment

buds and wedding bells In the bride's Courthouse Com-
chosen color scheme for her wedding. nd furnishing the Bradford County

Among those attending was the Is designed to meet the needs of Bradford
program fee in the -
maid of honor Kalyn Cook and other plex; providing for an additional filing
employees of the Commercial Fla. the community in providing a progressivetime
Coding Unit of Nationwide. The and maintain a Law
honoree received many useful and for children after school. County Court to provide ,

lovely gifts.Brown [Library; providing an effective date:

Opportunities Healthy' Snack: 2 PM to 6 PM Cost$15 l: per week After the public hearing, the County Commission will

Family Reunion Rest, Relaxation, Recreation 2 PM to 4 PM $10 per week
Sunday, Sept.'1Descendants Personal Enrichment Time plus pedal arrangements :onsider adoption of the proposed law, Ordinance No.

,; of, Jasper and Lou Personal Development Time

Brown will hold their annual meetingon Madison Street Baptist Church is located on 5-1.
Sept. 1 on SR100A formerly Moose '
Lodge.A the 900 block of West Madison Street. For
basket lunch will be served at
1:30: p.m. Paper plates, cups and more information call 964-7557.
drinks will be furnished. Plan to stayto
License Pending.. .
renew old acquaintances.

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Did You KnowJana Hampton,, HilitesBy -

Mr. and Mrs. Murel Mundy' of Mr and Mrs. Lonnie
A.Godwin Athens, Ga.,were weekend guests pf family moved Zurfluh and
graduated from the Monday to
University of Florida Mrs. W.: B. Mundy and Miss Jean Wyo. where Mr. Cheyenne Dolores Men g Hodges Secretary, and Teacher's
on Aug. 10, witha Zurfluh has =
a tem 4Aft.| lt!
V Bachelor of Arts Degree in Educa Mundy at Kingsley Lake, porary job with the Aides Margaret wadsworth Shelia
tion. Her major is in Elementary Engineers They plan to return Saturday Open House Padgett and Debbie Donnerstag.
Education. While at the University of Mrs. Phillip Jacobs of Roslyn, Starke at the end of that time to Mrs. Ina Home will be Cafeteria Manager is Ruth Paladin
N.Y.,spent Thursday to Sunday with assisted Stone and Tina
Florida she was selected to Join Kap- by Betty
Delta In her mother, Mrs. W. H, Thomsonand honored by friends with an Woodward. Sidney Dell Is custodian.
pa Honor Society Education. relatives. Robbie Shaller, who is a patient in Open House Party at her new
She actually finished school June 22,
the Lake
City VA
198. She had accepted a position with Hospital had as home on SR 18 in Hampton on .
the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson were visitors Sunday, Mrs. Shaller and Mr. No School Labor Day
Clay County School Board and will and Mrs. Don Ray Saturday, August 31. Friends
be teaching second grade at Clay Hill last Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Tilley and relatives are Invited to Monday, Sept. 2, will be a day off
Elementary School. She will reside in Marie Siemer in High Springs. Mrs. Martha for students and, teachers.
McClane has moved call between the hours of 7 and.
Orange Park. Jana Is the daughter of
from Myrtle street to Wilson
',,,j.' Mrs. Ann W. Godwin of Gainesvilleand Thirty members of the First Chris road. 9 p.m.
tian Church held a church dinner Attend Class ReunionJoe
the Meeting
granddaughter of Mrs. Mack Mrs. Lou Struth of Starke Mr and
L. Williams of Starke.Lelia's the Saturday home of from Mr.10 and Gerald 3 p.m. at Mrs. Gary Gullic of Gainesville, and and Ruth Riddick flew to Col. Thursday, Sept. 5, is scheduled as

:,"' i. Griffis at Kingsley Lake. Swimm-D. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Case of Lake City ona California on August 14. Thoy attended the PTA Open House Meeting at 7
\ "
the weekend the 1951 graduating class reu- in the school. Parents will have
spent with Mr. and Mrs. p.m.
ing, skiing and
,:; ) Dress & Gift Shop boating good food Rod Struth and family in Plant City. nion of Ruth's high school. While the opportunity to visit teachers and
were enjoyed.Mrs.
-1 All Summer Merchandise Mr. and Mrs. Gullic left Friday for a there they enjoyed a party'' with see the classrooms.At .
Gladys Goldwire attendedthe month's tour of Africa. friends in Riverside and a picnic at the PTA meeting held on Aug.22,
Heather Crosby Drastically Reduced funeral of her sister Mrs. Pearl Colona Park on Aug. 18. Debbie Donnerstag who held the office
in Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith returned One of the highlights of their trip of PTA Vice President, was named -
Claxton Ga.
last Saturday
Heather Crosby She remained there with- Wednesday of last week after three was Ruthv's: auditioning in Hollywood President. She replaces Bill San-
First months motor home trip. for the Wheel of Fortune TV Pro- ford who will be missed at the school
of relatives
RunnerupIn Mr and Mrs. John Eggers from Thursday to Sunday.lelia's gram. They also visited their former
Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
PageantLittle Eggers over the weekend. Joiningthe Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish spent home while in California. On Aug. 22 Department of Insurance
last week at Vilano they returned home following an enjoyable
Heather Cheyenne Crosby of family on Sunday were Mr. and Beach near St.
Dress & Gift ShopAll Augustine and trip.Hampton. Buys Two Cars
were joined by their
Gainesville was featured in the 1985 Mrs. David Byers and Ronnie and
Georgia State Moon Beam pageant in Michelle Eggers of Jacksonville. Summer Merchandise children during the week. Elementary School Equipped with Air Bags
Valdosta Ga over the weekend
where she was first runner-up in Mrs. Hague Rutledge has returned Drastically Reduced School opened smoothly' Mon- Department of Insurance has
beauty. after a week in Humana Hospital in day, Aug. 26 for Kindergarten
C. P. Brunetti seventh become the first state agency to buy
Airman through grades. Principal
Heather is the four year old Orange Park. with air in effort -
from Air Force cars equipped bags an
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mrs. C. C. Hoppe returned to her Connie Clark reports an enrollment of
Crosby of Gainesville, granddaughterof Pvt. Paul Causey, son of Mr. and home in Tampa Thursday after a Airman Clifford P. Brunetti, son 6f 198 students during the first week of save to save lives, reduce injuriesand
Mrs. Minnie Lou Holder of Mrs. Bill Causey of Starke left Aug. weeks visit with her sisters, Mrs. J. Michael J. and Claire F. Brunetti of school. Insurance money.Commissioner Bill
W. Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. Star Route 1, Hampton; has Teachers this year are:
of Mr. and Beasley.
Newberry, granddaughter 19 for Fort McClellan,Ala.,where he Gunter who supports the installa-
graduated from the U.S.
Air Force Jim Watson
Mrs. Sherman Crosby of Ft. McCoy will be in special training with the Kindergarten ; First tion of passive restraints in all
Duplicate bridge club security police specialist course at Grade Jean Clark; Second Shirley
and the great granddaughter of Mr. National Guard Military results last
Army vehicles said the equipment will
week Lackland Air Force Base Texas. Bagwell Third Edith Shaw Fourth
at the ; ;
quarterly' tournamentwere
and Mrs. Oscar Crosby of Starke. Police for the next four months.Pvt. protect the fire-safety inspectorswho
: first Ruth Merlie and Graduates of the course studied Mindy Beville; Fifth Claudette
Heather was queen in western Causey is a 1985 graduate of BHS.Leila's drive the cars.
systems security operations tactics Frees Sixth and Seventh
Myldred Cuttino second ; grades are
wear; queen in swim wear; over all ; Charles
"The combined of
use seat
winner in swim wearall and Betty Riddle; third Ida Shaw and weapons training and earned combined with Steve Acree the home
age groups
and Evelyn Griffin fourth credits toward an associate degree in room teacher. Mr. Acree is in chargeof and air bags have been proven to
in talent and second ; Lucile
runner up runner Dress & Gift ShopAll save lives and reduce serious in-
in modeling.She Green and Shirley Watana; fifth applied science through the Com- the physical education program "
up currently holds the title of Tiny Summer Merchandise Cellene Brew and Yvonne munity College of the Air Force. and special reading classes. The juries, Gunter said. "These devices
Miss Gainesville Dream Girls Reichmann. Six tables were in play. Brunetti is scheduled to serve with fourth, fifth and sixth grade teacherswill will also save taxpayers money in In-
the 3287th Technical share in surance and workers' compensation
Drastically Training teching language arts,
pageant pageant, in Pee Lake Wee City queen, QUEEN, Moonbeam OF Mrs. Shirley Watana of Los Squadron at Camp Bullis, Texas. math, spelling, science. and social payments accidents."made as a result of traffic ,II i
Angeles, Cal. is visiting her His wife, April, is the daughter of studies.
Tiny, Dream Girl in Gainesville and
Elmina Williams, Walker Wendell and Marie Chastain Between July 1973 and April 1983,
Deryl Mrs. Sue Sundusadee and family and of 7909 Donna Tew is the special education
Queen of Sunshine and surf in Lake i
of Wacissa 78th Place state employees have been involved I
and Enfaye Chancey friends for three weeks. Gainesville. teacher. Primary specialist teachersare
City. were Sunday visitors of Mr. and The airman is a 1982 graduate of Earselene Zimmerman and Millie in 6,719 traffic accidents with per- fI
Mrs. John Greene. Mrs. George Miller of Starke and Bradford High School, Starke. Galanos. Carole Stevenson will teach sonal injuries and property losses I
grandson,Scott Miller of Jacksonville music on Thursdays. Kathryn Brookeis totaling, nearly $11 million. I''
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goldwire and visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Media Specialist. "I challenge other public agenciesand

OUNCIMG daughters of Fort Lauderdale spent Shepherd in Apollo Beach Monday to Methodist Women Other school personnel are Lucy. private corporations to request ::1
AtI last Tuesday and Wednesday with Thursday.Rex these safety devices as options when
his mother, Mrs. Gladys Goldwire. Hold Salad Supper buying new vehicles," Gunter said.
The two Ford Tempos purchasedby
Mark Griffith of Mr. and Mrs. and Diane Brown and sons The United Methodist Women of the Insurance Department were
have moved to Fayetteville Ga. to Starke met in the Hall PFC E. R.
Donald Griffith, will return home make their home. Mr. Fellowship Starling delivered in early June.The air bags
Daniel Brown will be Tuesday evening Aug. 20 for a installed the driver's side of the
Ryan Saturday on 30 day leave with the in partnership with Industrial covered dish salad Gets Achievement Award1st on
supper. cars cost $668 car. The cars will
Army in Germany. His sister Mrs. per
and Mrs. Al Stefanelli, Jr. of Gylum Snell and children of Norfolk, Refrigeration Ser\!ccs: Inc. Mr. and Greenery and potted plants were us- Class Enoch R. Starling, son of be used by fire-safety inspectors in
Mrs. H. F. Wiggins, have bought the ed to decorate the hal Louise I. and Lonzo R.
Jacksonville announce the birth of a Va., will join the family for the next Starling Jacksonville and Fort Walton
son, Daniel Ryan born July 19. two weeks. Brown ranch on W. Market road. A short business meeting was held Rural Route 1, Lawtey has been Beach.
Maternal grandparents are Gene after which Mrs. John Smith gave a decorated with the Army Achieve- "I've been with this departmentfor
Roberts and Beth Leacher of program on "Eve, First Woman of ment Medal at Fort Dix, N.J. the last 27 years and I spend
h Jacksonville and maternal great Dedan BaptistHomecoming Bingo Saturday NightsAt the Bible" The Achievement Medal is awardedto about 15 hours a week on the road,"
grandfather is Kirby Roberts of St. Edwards Hall soldiers for meritorious service, said Inspector Larry Gregory of
Jacksonville and Mrs Blanche Horne Sept. 1 Lelia's Dress & Gift ShopAll acts of courage, or other ac Fort Walton Beach,who is using one
of Punta Gorda; Paternal grand- Homecoming at Dedan Bingo will be resumed Saturday complishments. of the cars. "I'm safety conscious
parents, are' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Church will be Baptist Sept. 7, at 7 p.m. at St. Summer Merchandise Starling is a helicopter repairer always wear my seat belt. I feel the
Sunday, Sept. 1, mark-
Stefanelli, Sr. of Jacksonville and ing the 103rd of the church. Church Hall. There will be door with the U.S. Army Training Center.He air bag is a good safety feature that
Hampton and great grand parents are Rev. H. H. Matt will be the speakerat prizes. Drastically Reduced is a 1985 graduate of Bradford will provide me with extra protec-
Mr. and ,Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, of the morning worship; special High School, Starke. tion.

,Starke..!...",." ,"'." .... -. music will be,presented during the!
.":'.1\-, :...:,.,'" .. ,." ..."1' song servlce..j.r.:11lieJ': "em,,Mw ii f- ., ... i
Dinner on the grounds will follow 'I a. i&& c4ASW'. Qj1 d Are 't ft! 'V ,

the service.All ..
Engaged Couple '
members, former members Announcing!
Honored at Dinner former pastors and friends are in- .

'Barry King and Stephanie Denison, vited to attend.

whose marriage will take place Sept. The 7th Annual
14, were honored at a couple's buffet
dinner Saturday night at 7 p.m. given St. Johns Missionary
by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dowdy, Mr. I
and Mrs. Ray Norman, Mr..and Mrs. Baptist, Lawtey, Revival
Glen Norman, Ms. Linda Johns, Mr. St. Johns Missionary Baptist k ,
and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, Mr. and Church, Lawtey, will hold a revival
Mrs. Scott Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Sept. 9-13 and Sept., 16-Sept 20,nightly II .
Vernon Reddish at the home of the at 7:30: p.m. conducted by the ; Saturday Sept. 7 1985
latter. Lawtey Community Prayer Band. ,
The buffet table and dining tables On Sept. 9-13 and Sept. 16-20, the
were set up on the large screened speaker nightly will be Rev. Willie
porch and patio. Each were covered Mayberry, pastor of Spring Hill Bap- ; Special trophies to 1 mile winners children 2 to 6 and 7 to 10.
with red and white linen cloths and tist Church of Gainesville. Rev. Trophies to all age groups first place winners.
held arrangements of red and white Mayberry is a former pastor of 1' male and all In both
carnations.The Philadelphia Baptist Church of Trophies to first place female winners over races.

hosts presented the honored Lawtey and is heard each Sunday Second and third place prizes to all age groups.

couple with a large electric mixer as. morning at 8:30: a.m. on 98 AMGainesville. Race Time: +- _; Trophy to oldest and youngest runner.
a memento of the occasion. _
Thirty-eight couples were Invited to If you miss this revival you'll miss a 8:30 a.m.

attend. treat. Rev. Willie Huffman, pastor. Bring the Family: to the Community State Bank for


'WHY. KEEP YOUR HOUSE Free Entertainment and Free Hot Dogs & Cokes.

AIR CONDITIONEDWHEN All proceeds to benefit the Bradford Association for Retarded Citizens.

Sponsored annually by the Bradford County Telegraph and the Community State Bank of Starke.



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I ancient art of cooking with a wok is done over an intense gas fire. The
Charlie Chang, owner of the Peking Restaurant demonstrates how the heat allows the chef to prepare each meal in about one minute or less .55u I

I Chang Does Chinese RightThe

Peking Restaurant, owned and his wife Tina running the dining
and operated by Charlie Chang and room. Daughters Amy 15 and Lindy ALVAREZ PLUMBING
his wife Tina, is the home of authentic 14 get to add their share as well,
Chinese cooking. helping their father in the kitchen.
"We can cook in any style here," Originally they were open seven
said Chang of the various ways to days a week, but he said that it wan [964-5219
make Chinese dishes. "We know just to much. Now they are closed
how to design a good party dinner," Sunday's so that they can "go to
he added of his banquet facilities church" said the chef. Complete Plumbing Service
which seat about 30-t0.40 people.A .
native of Taiwan, Chang has Business hours are now Monday 14
been cooking in the United States for through Saturday, with lunch being Sewer Cleaning
the last 15-years. He said he has served from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. and O :.JJ. Water Heaters *4' siM
worked in New York City and dinner from 3 p.m. until 10 p.m. An t Lt I
Washington, D.C., but likes the extensive menu of Chinese cuisine is 3 All Plumbing Fixtures
smaller towns better. available along with additions of it < PQ 9
While working as a chef in American and Mexican food. v\ .. Commercial
Washington, Clang: said he cookedat Special requests are also taken, said .-" .. Industrial
the Pek'rig Chinese Restaurant the chef, so that you can have it your .
where presidents Cprter and Nixon Residential epb.
way.Weals '
came to eat. are prepared on a special I. .
A move to Ocala followed where stove which Chang ordered from ... V M. ,. 1
they opened the China House New York for its intense heat. Owen Alvarez Owner 9 y r. r qMS
Restaurant. Chang said he and his
family had not been home to Taiwanin "If the wok is warmit takes about
ten years, so they sold their place one minute," said the chef of how r
and went for a three month vacation. long it takes to cook a meal.A REGULAR ELECTION
Upon returning he said they found wok is the traditional Chinese
the old Garden up for sale and cooking vessel with a rounded bottom HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
bought it.Their and sloping sides. September 10, 1985
Starke venture opened "Cook it right away, make it taste
February 19 of this year. Businesshas better and crispy," said Chang of
been pretty good, said Chang, how he makes a dish. _.... Initials ol
and has been growing steadily. Available from the bar are various Signature of Elector Issuing Officer
Running the restaurant is a family exotic drinks served in distinctive K hF
affair, with him doing the cooking glasses as well. I )"

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1 1Ii 1t Jeans Proposing a revision of the Hampton Charter to specify that the WE'RE LOOKING OUT
Jr. Sizes office of City Clerk shall be hired and appointed by the Mayor
and confirmed by City Council The duties of the City Clerk shall MORE THAN
1.15 be such duties as are called for in the Charter of the City of FOR
Hampton to be performed by a City Clerk, a City Treasurer, a City -
Jr. Sizes 3.15 : IM Tax Assessor, and a City Tax Collector. The City Clerk shall JUST YOUR ELECTRICITY
Missy 6.20 hold his or her position at the pleasure of the City Council and
.1 k may be removed by a three fifths vote of the City Council. The
1 Reg. 34.00 .. City Council shall set the salary of the City Clerk and by Resolu- FPL introduces Radio Watch. It's similarto
.' tion may make other provisions for the operation of the position
$2599 of City Clerk. All provisions in the Charter of the City of Hampton most neighborhood crime watch programsbut
pertaining to the words City Treasurer, City Tax Assessor and has the added advantage of utilizing
City Tax Collector shall be amended to read City Clerk.
\ I! FPLs resources.
Chic Jeans
.. : ; ,tCt;\ All FPLs 3,000 radio dispatched vehicles -

Reg. $32 & $34 -YES for Approval J.,: are on the lookout for crime, suspicious

t $24" & : NO for Rejection --H-:) \I 'j T activity accidents and emergencies. .

Our drivers have been specially trained,

$2599 NO. 2 cooperation with local police depart- tin

S CHARTER AMENDMENT ARTICLE II, SECTION III ments, to observe and repot t. Obviously '

Summer y Proposing a revision of the Hampton Charter to specify that the they have no police power but will function

j office of City Clerk may be filled by a person other than a .' as an extra 3,000 pairs of eyes to aid you.
Cotton qualified elector of the City of Hampton, Florida At FPL we believe that crime is every-

r" Sweaters 1, .11 r', body's concern. And,since we're part of

'' [- YES fo".AJBELV0. i =- \, : ;': ;" ."everybody'; we want to do what we can.

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Proposing a revision of the Hampton Charter to provide that the
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to 75 Off office of City Marshall shall be hired and appointed by the "
t Mayor and confirmed by City Coyncil. The duties of the City I .
Wear Marshall shall be such duties as are called for in the Charter of \ J :: "
All Summer '. "
on the City of Hampton to be performed by a Marshall. The Mar- R c
shall, shall hold his or her position at the pleasure of the City .,;\:."s.Mrv;:;_..f '. ":
Coifncil and may be removed by a three-fifths vote pf the City .rttjtf'.;' ,I" -;' l"
452 N. Temple Ave. Council. The City Council shall set the salary ''of the City Marshall ,,>, ."'..'.'.-'..,,";"/'ilKl' -.. ,,.'.
Hwy 301 Across from High School and by Resolution may make other provisions for the operationsof '4r' i 'rytr: : ;; 'a;"... ui tv.1. ;.',;'<{:
, .
the position of City Marshall. vvN ;.. ,.;.\,,., .tj., ; .s: '.
Open 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon.-Sat.i ". ..(. ', 't
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Phone 9645772vi. : f_YES for Approval .... -- .. ---=:-'.-'-_: --- --. f-: --1' ,' '.

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I Tornado Talk Winds-Up at BHS. Bluegill Fishing Excellent

in Newnans Lake '.' '.',,' ,

Hall the first day. Most of them were Seniors... ed on lockers I See Mrs. Hazen at the are"" "
By Michelle even dressed in school colors, front desk in the main office. "The majority of fish taken
Excitement. Tenseness. Anticipation. Scarlet and Grey, which got the at To qualify for Off-Campus passes: LAKE CITY Hot weather and bluegill, in the seven to nine inch
Theso three words could tention of students. you must go to the main office, pick high temperatures have slowed size, Krummrich stated. The
describe the feelings on the first day Also exciting about this year is our up a form from Mrs. Redding, haveit Be sure to look out for announcements : fishing in many local lakes, but bluegill is a smaller cousin of the
of the new school year. All around, new English building. The rooms signed by your parents and and posters for the Newnans Lake, near Gainesville, is largemouth bass and is one of the
friends greeted one another with enthusiasm are bigger and nicely furnished with notarized, and return it to the main new clubs and organizations around producing excellent catches of pan- most abundant game fish in Florida.
and animation. Some quiet colors. And for the first time in office. There will be a $1 charge for. the school and in Tornado Talk. The species gets its name from the
students moaned and groaned about years, every room has air-. the Senior Buttons. They will be asking for new fish."Although fish have been taken dark blue coloration of its gill and
their schedules or the classes they conditioning. members.Be throughout the lake, the best fishingIs ear flap.
did not get with their friends. Others on the north end of the lake around Newnans is a fish managementarea.
received their schedules with more Clubs and Organizations... Attention... underwater vegetation," said Jerry Therefore, a fishing license is
enthusiasm, obviously having announcement to Student lockers are available. A aware that this year's lunch Krummrich, fisheries biologist for required for everyone between ages
In ordtfor
classes with friends. be in the school nn bulletin, the notice $2 fee is required for the use of a prices have gone up. There is also a the Game and Fresh Water Fish 15 and 65, unless exempt by law.
locker during the year. At the end of different choice on the cafeteria Commission. For additional information or a
The teachers seemed about must be in the box Mrs. Shuford'sdesk
eager on and the year when the lock is returned, menu: a new Taco Machine which "Fishermen utilizing cane poles map of the area, contact the Game
the new school as well. They 1 the day before
year by p.m. hit with students
will be refunded to Only will surely be a big and Fresh Water Fish Commissionat
Ad- $1 you. and crickets fished near the bottomare
were patient, cheerful, and smiling signed by the Sponsor or an
issued the school will be us- and maybe even teachers. 18003428105.
often..But remember, that was only ministrator. locks by catching the most fish he said.


Rail and Gallinule I .

Season OpensSeptember I i -

1 I t ;: _

awaiting the 1985 fall hunting season
take aim. .
Rail, also known as marsh hen,
and gallinule season begins Sept. 1, AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
officially marking the start of the
Come in & pick
migratory game bird season. up
Hunters may take rails and f1! our 12-page sale
gallinules statewide through Nov. 9. prices good thru Sat., August 31st. circular for over
Legal shooting hours are one-half See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you. fIIIIIII!!
hour before sunrise to sunset, and We reserve the right to limit quantities. 150 more savings.Sale .
bag limits are: clapper and king / Pre-Labor Day Specials

rails, 15 daily and 30 in possession; Ii ;
Virginia and sora rails, 25 daily and -d4
25 in possession, and common
(Florida) gallinules, 15 daily and 30 ______
in possession. Purple gallinules are =e ._..
protected and may not be taken at i---
any time. Gllene r e
Hunters are restricted to using /
shotguns not larger than 10 gauge, Vs!
plugged to a three-shell capacitywith RRIU re .
a filler which cannot be removed -
without disassembling the gun. f1!
For more information, hunters I
may contact the Game and Fresh GILLETTE
Water Commission's regional of. I L. iASSORTED COKE, TAB or SPRITE
fices. Toll free numbers for the I RUFFLES POTATO CHIPS

Region Region Region,,, 1-800-342-9620 1-800-342-1676 1-800-342-8105; ;Northeast; Central South I I 69 69
Region, 1-800-282-8002, and I I e
Everglades Region, 1-800-432-2046. 1 9 9
Hunting licenses be
from county tax may collectors purchased or III YOUR CHOICE DISPOSABLE "AA" or "AAA"2PACK

their subagents. 4 SOLID TYPES 2-OZ. 1 10-PN. TYPES 8-PK. 12-OZ.CANS is 01a 1.39

Gaines Wins I

in Tallahassee I TI1fl .
HARUu1t AllS'' iF iFl '

TourneyStarke I __ __ '

golfer Richard Gaines won ;
.. the 17th annual Killearn Invitational
{ .e

played In Tallahassee this past? v
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weeKend. I -f
Gaines' two-under-par 74-68-142\ t'49 )
place by a I
Georgia golfer. The win paid Gaines < L I Reg. 1.40 to 3.75 49 limit 1 R g. 3.99 Reg. 19.99 5.99
$340 in merchandise. 111, ____
Gaines, five times champion of the \I __ _
Strawberry Invitational played in (I
Starke each year, is more active this \I "w..
year on the area golf circuit. Hej 11 ,
placed second at the Lake City Coun- _
try Club Invitational, was fourth in \II tf'
the Quail Heights golf tounament, \ .
also in Lake City, was third in the'I
N-FL Chapter PGA (Professional L
Golf Association) Pro-Am, and he ; ill .d nnewis

and Bill Adams placed sixth in a :I 4 /
team golf tournament at HoweyintheHills \
Academy. j 1 I or SHAMPOO-IN I I I I PEN or PLASTIC
to pay his expenses to' the area tour-II: t Reg. 4.00 to 5.50 ONE APPLICATION 402. Reg. to 1.59 Reg, 1.19 Reg. to 1.79
naments. j I L_
Gaines won the Strawberry Invita-i .
roupY" "N'temlra
tional five times straight before ; L u *..oiorottuu ilild lilll IVIIII
Jack Hazen came on last year to I INIUI Y .g
take the title away. Il I 11 TCIJT 1

cnior-Trlmalon. 1 II
All Area Girl Scouts I H Sivl INi /
l GEL 1 ..
Will Register Tuesday p

All area Girl Scouts will register i I .
Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. LL '' .. it 24 TAPAETS 4mg < r?
All registrations will begin at 7 I __ _
p.m. and the fee will again be $3. A I IN THE STORE.
scout must be accompanied by an HAIR RHAXER 0* UNETTE STYU 24'* 4 MB. for values! BLACK or BLUE SAFETY SCISSORS
adult. I GEL exceptional Reg. 981 each Reg. to 1.39
Starke registration will be in
Fellowship Hall at the First United I
Methodist Church. Registration for 0TT4 -
the surrounding area will be at III [OMB
Lawtey, Hampton and Lake Butler \ i1 II"COnbOUt
elementary schools. Please go to the \II
location nearest your home. \ .
Girl Scouting is broken down into j i1
the following grade levels which includes \ sous".M I '
the newest member, Daisy ? j
Girl Scouts who are 5 years old or in \ ; _
kindergarten; Brownies, grades 1-3; I\ 7 I ___
I- i _ _
Juniors, grades 4-6; LLL1:!
grades 7.9 and Seniors, grades i. ( WORLD OF CURLS I g NIUEA CREAM o e VISINE A.C. / ] D LIQUID TIDE PARSONS DRAFTING
Volunteers will be on hand 10-12.11\ 8-02. TYPES TWIN PACK ) .5-02. SOFTENER 3 SHADES 44" I 30" X 24 ,
locations to answer questions \ : 94.01, 32-02. Limit 2 Reg. 4.99 each Reg. 39.99 "
explain the Scouting program, j t_ ___ ,
Bu Neighborhood Chairman Joyce \ __ _
Sutton. I ; _

l II Boy Scout Troop 70 I _

Boy Scout Troop 70 will be i I'/tE1'1\/ \
meeting, Tuesday evenings 7:30 i I
through 9 p.m. at the Scout Hut. \\SN1cq
Call Dr., John Schmidt Scout.1 _
master, for further informationl _

964-6774. ____
or 8 PACK
l 15-02. 2 TYPES CAMERA 3580 I 1.09 PEANUTS MB. 3 TYPES_ Rig. 1.85 LOOSE
Planned Reg.
J for MDA I 12-02. Reg. 1.99 LEtfJPPER POUCH \f

j Several local activities are planed -
1 with proceeds going to Muscular i The Care Bears are YM
Dystrophy,according to Community I If you've been taking Inderal... rewarding kids who care .- a I

Chairperson Nelson Green. IJ can now save on next m '@
J The Starke Fire you your Let your Photo Talk! {NN
Department will I AMI UK N' : ( NI"I ''N Asiro
x sponsor a road block or boot drive on i I prescriptionIntroducing Bring your film to Eckerd for photoprocesjlng
Labor Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Propranolol the Eckerd and receive 12 photo-caption stickers Photo I
The Econo Logde will give door I I Brand Equivalent for IncJeral". Ask your Talk! Just peel them off and apply them to the
prizes Aug. 31 from 8 p.m. 'till? appropriate photo. Have tunl) Send Photo Talk!'
The Telethon Eckerd Pharmacist how much you can "It
starting Sunday at
greetings to friends and family on your photos
p.m. will last 21/ hours with all proceeds save on your next prescription. '.
IN 4i u from Eckerd. You'll be sending a smile.
I !
going to MDA. Volunteers and See display In the card
donation are needed for the department for complete I
J Telethon if :you would like to be involved details.
call 964-5065 and leave a
message for Nelnon. rf "

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August 29,1985 TELEGRAPH Pag,;\

Starke Fun Run Set Sept. 7 .1 I IThe

Ab: 4
I" 7th Annual Starke Fun Run to ners in all age groups. There will Jaycees of Keystone, Starke City'
benefit the Bradford Association for also be trophies for first-place male Police, Hardee's, McDonald's,
Retarded Citizens is schedule for and female winners v"r-all in both Coach Jerry McGriff, and Coach
Saturday, Sept. 7. races, second and third-place prizesto George Loper. All proceeds go to
: ,,. 1.1t:4 all age groups, and trophies for benefit the Bradford Association for
There will be two races, 10,000 the oldest and youngest runner. Retarded Citizens.Community .
Meters and the One-Mile race, with
> the first race beginning at 8:30: a.m. Pre-rE' lstration is $5, with
: f -. j P:4: from the Community State Bank registration on race day $6.
: parking: lot. Day...

Registration forms are available at In conjunction with the Fun Run,
Races will be run in 12 divisions: the Bradford County Telegraph and the Community State Bank of Starke
Women's 13-under,14-19,20-29,30-39, Community State Bank. will have its annual Community Ap-
40-over, and Men's 13-under, 14-19, preciation Day following the race.
20-25, 26-29, 30.39, 40-49, and 50-over. The event is sponsored annually
t Special trophies will be awardedto by the Bradford County Telegraphand You're invited to come and bring
t 1-mile winners, children 2-6 and the Community State Bank of the family for free entertainmentand
TI1 7-10. with tronhipt to first-place win- Starke, with special thanks to: free hot dogs and cokes.

"Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers." Alfred Lord Tennyson I

BHS Coaches Pleased SAVE $15


With ti ,
Team's ProgressBradford

c- ib / /

High School football Defense Progressing...
coaches say they are very pleased
with the progress shown by Tornado Defensive Coordinator Mike Sex- -
in practice thus far. ton says he is really pleased with the T a COR01
Head Coach David Hurse said the progress the defense is makin .
team has shown improvement, both "We're looking pretty good,"' says ,
offensively and defensively.Three Coach Sexton. ; r
quit the squad this week, Sexton said some people were do-
dropping the roster to 34 players. ing a real good job, naming strong Si; t pi nG
Hurse said Lonnie Hamilton has side defensive end Billy Jackson, I 0 0A
yet to practice due to stitches in his weak side end Dennis Cummings,
right leg, but should be ready in and tackles Tommy Parker, Bill O e
about a week to begin practice. Harrell, and Chris Dougherty.He )
Hurse said the passing game con- said Parker was probably the
tinues to look good, with quarter most pleasing surprise of the year so ROOMS FOR RENT
back Frank Long throwing the ball far.At
SAM linebacker, Sexton said
well.He said both Johnny Clark and Greg Jackson and Ron Brown are
Robert Starling have also showed both doing a good job, with Jackson a
good improvement at the quarter- also working at weak side defensive : at the HistoricMAGNOLIA
back position. Clark quarterbackedthe end.Sexton ?
JV last year, and Starling is in said the middle linebacker
his first year of football. position is not where it needs to be,
Hurse said Aaron Matthews and but that it's "not far from it." HOTEL
Greg Wiggins continue to show Im- He said Chris Cribbs, Gary Wise The choice is easy.
provement at fullback, and he is and Kieth Gillingham are doing a Not changing your air conditioner filter regularly will Walnut St. by Post Office
good job, but he continues to put different -
pleased with their '
very far. performanceso people there, trying to add make your whole system work harder make it wear out faster .

He said Clinton Jenkins and Andy some depth to the position. and cost you more for electricity, too.
Jones are neck and neck at the Sexton said Aaron Matthews and Instead, change your filter i every month. It could save 0 Nightly Weekly MonthlyYou
Greg Wiggins are the two primarily
tailback and both will
position see a
lot of action this year. Jones will working at the rover position, with you $15 a year. Not bad for just a few minutes of your time.

also play lot at wideout, because of Mike Chappell on the injured list. Choose from 24 other energy-smart ideas, Budget Will I I I Be :
Frank Long and Andy Jones are :
his great speed and good hands. Billing, Time-of-Use Rates (lower rates in off-peak hours)
Hurse said Todd McLeod and Pat working at safety, with David Churches, Doctors Offices Restaurants
Diggs are catching the ball well at Hamilton, Johnny Clark, Todd and Cash Back Conservation Incentives, too. ,
wideout, as is Billy Jackson at tight McLeod,Jeff McClellan, Mike Gray, 18008217700.. Grocery Stores & the Post Office
and Cory Strong at cornerback.
end.Tight end Mike Chappell had also Sexton said no starting positionhas
been catching the ball well, but has been "sewed up" so far, and
been slowed by a shoulder injury they're still working to build depthon .-=-.1 Stop By and Let Mrs. Van Hook show you theroomsrWe're .
.. .
the defense. ... "
:->O"M ""' bW+rM. rnnn. w- ". ... Ifrr fFPL sure you will delighted.
Offensive Line Strong...
Parents Night... hard at being the kind of want.
Hurse said Danny Manning is so UfeVe working power company you
far showing great improvement at The parents of players will have a
center, as are Chris Dougherty, chance to get to Know the coaches,
Chris Cribbs, Keith Gillingham, and have equipment demonstrated, and
Gary Wise at guard. generally to better understand the
Hurse said, "To Date, Wise has football program at the 23rd annual
shown the most improvement,whichis Parents' Night this Friday, Aug. 30,
only natural since he moved up at 7 p.m. in the high school gym.
from the JV last year." All varsity and junior varsity
He said tackles Greg Jackson and players and cheerleaders will be introduced -
Parker also Refreshments will be
Tommy are improvedover .
last served.A
Hurse said Ron Brown had pro- short intrasquad scrimmagewill
bably shown more improvement of- take place after the program.

fensively than any other player, Jamboree...
coming off the ball well at both
tackle and tight end The annual preseason is set Friday -
Also at tight end, he said Billy Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. In
Harrell, up from last year's JV, has St.Augustine.
shown good improvement, and that BHS will set on visitors side and
iurior David VI illiams has improved play St.Augustine the second
his blocking abilities.In quarter and Palatka the third
the Hurse said .
kicking game quarter.The
David Hamilton has the inside track 1985 season opens for the Tor- AT WHAT YOU GET FOR JUST
os punter, and Frank Long as place nado eleven Sept 13 in Williston.MARION .

kicker. We Also Have

Victor 800 $ iWkv .4P%* 00 Swintec 300 .

$11 goo $9995

Victor 820
Cannon p 2s-o
s e $13900 $6995


S "J l Sharp ux-1812

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IDA TELEGRAPH August 29, 1985

Rec Takes Off This Fall, '

A SALUTETO r Gators Set Get-Together. .


Night Excerclse & Aerobic bring your racket ana $5 registration Registration fee will be $5, which
Dance fee. If you can't be there to will cover the price of a shirt that the
register call Phyllis Huggins child will keep,
The Starke Recreation
Depart- 964-8469 or Jean Bula 964-8568. Office hours are 8:30 a.m.noonand
ment will offer excerclse and
: p.m. at the Old Armory
aerobic dance class Monday through across from the high school, and 3-5

Florida National Bank /t day Friday, Sept.evenings 9. beginning Mon- Learn To Dance... p.m. at the Pratt Street Center, Mon-
day through Friday.Men's .
Aerobic dance class will be from The Starke Recreation Depart-

will be 5:30-6: p.m., and excercise class ment offering Acro Tap and Ballet
from 6-7 p.m. upstairs in the Old Ar dance at the Old Armory.
mory.You. Registration will be Thursday, Flag Football...

CLOSED MONDAY must sign up for a minimumof Aug 29, from 4-5:30:: p.m., and again If you are interested in having a r
3 classes per week. September 3, 4, and 5 from 4-5:30: Men s Flag Football League this
t Fees are: 3 classes per week, $10 p.m. year, and have a team, please contact
for Labor Day. exercise and $5 dance; 4 classes per Instructor will be Dorothy the Starke Recreation Depart-
week, $12.50 excercise and $7.50 Salazar. ment, phone 96 .6792.

dance; or 5 classes per week, $15 ex-
s cercise and $10 dance.
I Classes will be for 8 weeks. Youth Flag Football Gator QB Club

Registration is due when you begin Registration Set... To Meet Sept. 5
We want to thank those men and class. Registration for Youth Flag Foot-

ball will continue through The Starke Gator Quarterback
women who work for a living for a J Morning Exercise... September 19 at the Starke Recrea- .Club will meet Thursday Sept. 5, at

tremendous job well done. II The Starke Recreation Depart- tion Clinics Department.will be held September 7 p.m. at the Starke and Coun-

We appreciate your business. i ment will conduct exercise classeson 16-19, with games, played during the try Club.

Tuesday and Thursday mornings week after school,, scheduled to Featured speaker will be Bud Fer-
\ beginning Sept.10. begin Sept. 23. nandez, the University of Florida
: The free classes will be from
The program is for boys and girls football team's equipment manager.
9:30-10:30: a.m. at the Old Armory. ages 7-13, and if there is enough par-

Florida ticipation, there will be two leagues, Due to the good response so tar 1
Ii3 t R Lank Ladies Tennis 7-9 and 1013. Age determining dateis this year, there are no openings left it

105 W Jefferson' St Starke, ) Ladies singles tennis starts Mon- how old your child is on Sept. 23. for club trips except to Miami game.

day evening Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. at the

Pratt St. courts.TY. .

and B.G. Jones, described September 1985. COX APPLIANCES I

I Legal NoticesNOTICE as follows: Dated this 26th day of FLORIDA Suwannee River
Commence 679 Feet E. of July 1985.Signature. PROBATE DIVISIONFILE Economic Council, Inc., I
SW Corner of SE 1/4 and BY Beulah No. 85-68-CP reserves the right to reject & AIR CONDITIONING
run E 91 Feet N 240 Feet Moody GILBERT S. any or all bids
W 91 Feet S 240 Feet to BROWN Frances Terry-Jackson
LAND FOR USE AMENDMENTOF PLAN APPLICATIONOn PT of Beg RP 781. Clerk of Circuit Court of CASSIE HOUSTON Executive Director. 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box)
8/21/85. U. S. Deceased.
You are further given Bradford County 8/29 2tchg 9/5
FLORIDA P. O. Drawer K, Hampton 964.7462Don't
,PAn ORDINANCE amending Fla. 32044. made application said proposed Is available ORDINANCE for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT The administration of NOTICE OF NAMES OF I WE HAVE MOVED |
the ComprehensiveLand EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR the of PERSONS APPEARINGTO **** ...
for water use estate CASSIE fi '
the ,
Us. Plan EI.m.ntand your Inspection at CUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- BE OWNERS OF ,!! 'n ':< "'f
permit 285.00231 for an HOUSTON deceased Is
Office of the Town
map by Breaker average dally FORD COUNTY FLORIDA pending in the Circuit
Town Hall
Brooker Pursuant to Section 13
Florida. In accordancewith PROBATE DIVISION ,
withdrawal of 0.0008 Florida. Court for Bradford County
the local Government CASE NO.: 85-9.CP Chapter 717 Florida
million gallons day Florida Probate Division
Comprehensive Each and every person Division: ((1.3609)) Statutes, entitled buy appliance
from ground waters the address of any
having any Interest "Florida of 1
Planning Act of 1975 as located In Section 31.Town.hlp whatever the RE: The Estate of which is North Temple Disposition
provided for In Chapter In enactment AUDREY VIRGINIA ARCHER Unclaimed PropertyAct j
07 South Avenue, Storke, Florida
163 of the Florida Range 22 East Bradford ORDINANCE of this should proposed Deceased. 32091. The names and ", notice is hereby until you check our ;
Statutes.TO County Florida for op- NOTICE OF addresses of the given that ,the persons
and be
: All Citizens Taxpayers pear heard at the ADMINISTRATIONThe listed below appear to
water utility uses. representative and
time and place prescribed. be of unclaimed
and other interest administration of owners
the JX
Written ejections or personal' SELECTION
persons: comments on this application TOWN COUNCIL TOWN the estate of AUDREY attorney are set personal or Intanglbl.prap.rty 3
You and 'each'of you be filed VIRGINIA ARCHER forth below.
are hereby and herewith with the may GoverningBoard 8/22-9/5 OF BROOKER FLORIDA deceased File Number All interested persons NOT INVOLVE. THIS REAL DOES Whirlpool f SERVICES & ''a
given notice In accordance of the Suwannee 85.9-CP: Division are required to file with
with Florida River Water Management IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ((1-3609)), Is pending In this court WITHIN THREE ESTATE. M/1Mk JC A7Pt ANLtS
Statutes that the Town EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT the Circuit Court for BRIGHT. HARRIDELLE
Council of Brooker Box 64, Live Oak. Fla. IN AND FOR BRAD- Bradford County PUBLICATION OF THIS P.O. BOX 5 *
Florida will conduct a FORD COUNTY. Florida Probate Division LAWTEY. FL 32058
32060. until 9/16/85. NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims
public hearing at a Itchg 829NOTICE FLORIDA. the address of against the estate and 1691.19840001DODD.
regular meeting held at CASE NO. 85-78-CP which Is North Temple WILLIAM D.
: ((2)) any objection by on .. .
Boo P.M. at Town Hall OF SALE FOR ((1-3660)) Avenue, Starke, Florida interested person on P.O. BOX 280
N Brooker Florida on NON-PAYMENT OF IN RE: Estate of CORA 32091. The names and whom this notice was STARKE. FL 32091 -
September 10198S and STORAGE UNIT MARIE H. VANDIEPEN, addresses of the p.raonal served that challengesthe 1600 1984-0004
will consider an Or.. Notice !Is hereby given Deceased. representative and validity> -,of the will, DOWLING VRNESTJ.
dlnance relating to: pursuant to Florida NOTICE OF AD the personal representative's the qualifications of the 570 W CAll .>! LASRDAY
Amend the Comprehensive Statutes 83.806 that on MINISTRATIONThe attorney are set personal representative, STARKE.. FL 32091
Land Use August, 1985 10 AM a administration of forth below. venue, or jurisdiction of 2775 1984-0146
Plan to provide that sale will be held at Bid 3 the Estate of CORA All Interested personsare the court. LAWSON'S DAVID PAINT
lands currently classified Unit 85 Mini of America MARIE H. VANDIEPEN required to file with ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS & r
single family' and Storage P.O. Box 1505 Deceased File No.: this Court, WITHIN THREE NOT SO FILED SULLIVAN FELIX
designated by the planas Keystone Heights, Fla., 85.78-SP ((1-3660)), is pending MONTHS OF THE FIRST WILL BE FOREVER BAR. 367 NORTH TEWPLE
yellow be phone 473-7683. This In the Circuit Court PUBLICATION OF THIS RED. AVENUE RED 4-J
reclassified to mobile sale Involves property of for Bradford County NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Publication of this STARKE. FL 32091
home and designated the following tenants Florida Probate Division against the estate and notice has begun on 1477-1984-0056
brown the propertyof and what is believed to the address of ((2)) any objection by an August 29, 1985. RITCH CARRIE D. TAG f
Jeanette Prescott, be stored. which Is Bradford County interested person on Personal Representative 556 NORTH CHERRY
described as follow.: Lot Melba Stewart Rt. 2 Box Courthouse Post Office whom this notice was : Alice Anderson STREET
3 of Block 11 In Ward Ci, 2262 Palotka, Fla. 32077 Drawer B," Starke, served that challengesthe P. O. Box 248 Lawtey STARKE rL 32091
ty Section 8, Township 7. Household and Personal Florida 32091. The validity of the Will Florida 32058. 0340.19840017Information SALE '
South Range 20. Items.A names and addresses of the qualifications of the Attorney for Personal concerningthe ) y
You are further given sale of the entire contents the Personal Representative Personal Representative Representative: TerenceM. amount or description -
NOTICE that a copy of of unit will be and the PersonalRepresentative's venue, or jurisdiction Brown P.A., P. O. of the property (suchas SAVE
said proposed OR. made to the highest bid- attorney of the Court. Drawer 40 Starke, Fla. unclaimed checking 7f I
DINANCE Is available for der. If no bidder the are set forth ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC 32091. Phone amounts, savings acCounts :
your Inspection at the sale will be conducted to below. TIONS NOT SO FILED 9049648272. utility deposits
Office of the Town Clerk, rental agreement between All interested persons WILL BE FOREVER BAR- 8/29 2lchg 95INVITATION stocks, bonds Insurance .
Town Hall Brooker, tenant and are required to file with RED. refunds, safe deposit
Florida. 'landlord.8/22 8/29 this Court.WITHIN THREE Publication of this boxes, etc.) and the
Each and .very person MONTHS OF THE FIRST Notice has begun on TO BID names and addresses of SAVE r. A
having any interest NOTICE Is PUBLICATION OF THIS August 29 1985. Suwannee River the holder of such personal .
whatever In the enactment that herebygiven NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Personal Representative Economic Council Inc., property may be i Is
on Monday
of this proposed September 2, 1985 at against the estate and : EMORY LEE AR- hereby announces their obtained by any person !I
ORDINANCE should appear 10:00: O'clock A.M., the ((2)) any objection by an CHER O.Box 267 Intent to accept bids for possessing an Interest In
and be heard at the undersigned' Gator interested person to Hampton, Florida 32044 the purchase of In the property by addressing .
time and place prescrib Freightways, Inc. will whom notice was mailed Attorney for Personal surance. an Inquiry to Gerald
ed. that the Representative1JOHNNY :: Lewis State Comptroller
sell at public auction for challenges Sealed bids will be
TOWN COUNCIL TOWN cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. validity of the will the R. HOBBS JR. received In the Administrative Attn: Abandoned
OF BROOKER FLORIDA Jacksonville, Florida qualifications of the Personal TERENCE M. BROWN. Office of Property Section 202
8/22 8/29 9/5 Representative, P.A. P.O.Drawer 40 Suwannee Blount Street
on. lot of side panels River
consigned to LI.hart venue, or jurisdiction of Starke, Florida 32091 Economic Council, Inc., Tallahassee, Florida .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the Court. ((904)) 964.8272 8/29-9/5 32301 (9044870510.) The
Chevy Homestead, Fla. 4:30:: p.m., E.S.T.. onSept.mber

20 1985 for -
NAME to satisfy freight and IN AND FOR BRADFORD number for InformationIs ,
NOT so
FILED. the
following classes of
storage charges, under
Pursuant to Section COUNTY
((904)359.6085.) Be sure
the of Section :
865.09, Florida Statutes, RED. to mention the accountnumber
4b( ) of Uniform Standard I. COMPREHENSIVE
hereby giventhat AFTER the
Publication of this GENERAL name
Bill of Lading. LIABILITY,
the undersigned,. Gator Notice has begun on Case No. 85.357 COMPLETED OPERATIONS as published in this
Freightways, Inc.
AUNT J's GARAGE INC., notice. Unless
August 23, 1965. proof of
P.O. Box 631 Hawthorne, 01-566926 dtd 6/20/85 TERENCE M. BROWN, INDERPAL S. BASSI Husband LIABILITY ownership is presentedto
Florida 32640, doing 8/22 829NOTICE P.A. P.O. Drawer 40 II. WORKMAN'S COM- the holder by October
business under the firm Starke, Florida 32091 and PENSATION. 29, 1985 the property will
name of GREEN POND ((904)964-8272) MANJEET K. BHAGRATH III. COMMERCIAL be delivered for custody
Bradford and Alachua FOR AMENDMENTOF Route 2, Box 1412 Florida. Thereafter all
Counties, Florida Intendto LAND USE PLAN Stork., Florida 32091 NOTICE OF SUIT packets be further claims must be
regist.r''old fictitious TOWN OF BROOKER, By: Johnny R. Hobbs Jr. NO PROPERTYTO obtained at Suwannee may directed to the Comp
name under the provisions FLORIDAAn June M. Brownlee 8/22 River Economic Council troller of Florida.
of th. aforesaid ORDINANCE amending 8/29 : INDERPAL S.BASSI. Inc., Administrative Office GERALD LEWIS COMP-
Statute. the ComprehensiveLand address TROLLER OF FLORIDA
DATED at Gainesville, Us. Plan Element !Notice of Application for unknown. 1001 Nobles F.rry I
Road Live Oak, Florida
Florida, this 17th day of and map by Brooker Tax Deed ;a s
July, 1985. Florida. In accordancewith NOTICE IS HEREBY YOU ARE HEREBY Telphone
AUNT J'. GARAGE INC.. the local Government -,' GIVEN, that Maude H. NOTIFIED that an action ---9043624115.
ATTEST: Harold' Ji Comprehensive' Griffis the !holder of the for DISSOLUTION OF
Lawlor, Secretary Planning Act of 1975 as following certificates has MARRAGE has been filed NOTICE OF REDEMPTIONThe
By: Joanne Lawlor provided for In Chapter filed said certificates fora against you and you are Housing Finance Authority of Bradford County, Florida
,President 8/8 4t 8/2.9''' 163 of the Florida tax deed to be Issued required to serve a copy Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds Series 1980
Statutes.TO thereon. The certificate of your written defenses, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant to Section 3.01 (b)
NOTICE OFAPPLICATION : All Citizens Taxpayers number and years of Issuance If any to It, an the plaintiff of the Trust Indenture April 1. 1980. $170,000 aggregate principal T
and other In't.napersons the descriptionof whose name and address amount of Bonds are called for redemption from the
On 8/19/85 LIFE ft : the property and the Is: MANJEET K. Special Account October
Redemption on 1. 1985 at 100% of
PRAISE MINISTRIES. P.O. You and each of you names In which It won BHAGRATH 2370 S.W. the principal amount.
Box 939 Slarke, Fla. are hereby and herewith assessed are as follows: Archer Rd., Number 44, 8.5% Due April I, 1993 Bond 1168 $
32091, made application given notice In accordance Certificate No. 145 Year Gainesville, Fla. 32608 8.5% Due April'1, 1994 Bond#(85 $2 l
I : water use permit with Florida of Issuance 1983 and file the original with 8.5% Due April 1. 1995 Bond 1228

i 2-85-0021 for on Statute that the Town Description of Property the dark of the above 8.6% Due April 1, 1996 Bond 1244
average daily Council of Breaker 44606 LOTS 8 & 9 OF BLK styled court on or before PER
withdrawal of 0.0003 Florida, will conduct a 3 LAKE KINGSLEY HTS IN September 26, 1985: 8.7% Due April I, 1997 Bond 1270 DAY PER DAY
million gallons per day public hearing! nt n NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4 SEC 3& otherwise a judgement 8.8% Due April 1, 1998 Bond 1306 WITH CENTRAL A/C. WITH
8.'% Due 1. 1999 Bond *J59 CENTRAL A/C
( J from 'ground wafer, regular meeting held at Twp-6-S. R-22. may be entered against April
located ln I I Section 06, 8:00: P.M. at Town Hall Name In which assessed you for the relief 9.12554 Due April 1, 2004 526 and 649 The man on the left has his thermostat set at a
.. Township! 07 South, Brooker on September H.B. Mlms demanded in the com- 10.5% Due April 1, 2011 The man on the right with the fan comfortable .
.;.j : Range 22 East, Bradford 10 1985 and will consider All of said property plaint or petition. 719 897 1072 1241 1338 78" And he's just ,has his thermostat set at
,' : County Florida, for an Ordinance being In the County of WITNESS my hand and 776 926 1118 1268 1370 The as comfortable. .
: \ water utility uses. relating' to: Bradford State of the seal of said court unaugust 798 960 1148 1280 >?391 choice is easy.

I. Written objections orcomm.nt. Amend the Comprehensive Florida. 26, 1985. 826 1004 1173 1309 1431 And choose from 24 more energy-smart ideas, Budget Hilling
.' on this application land Use Unless such certificateor GILBERT S. BROWN | 863 1041 1215 1322 '1459 Time-of-Use Rates (lower rates in off-peak hours ,
) and
may be filed Plan to provide that certificates shall be Clerk of said court. Bonds selected for redemption should be submitted for pay. Conservation Incentives Back
with the Governing lands currently classified redeemed according to By: Beulah Moody, As!ment to Rutland Bank P.O.Box 11311, St. Petersburg, Florida too. 18008217700..
Board of tho Suwannee Single Family and law the property described Deputy Clerk. 3J733 (the! Paying Agent) with all unmatur.d coupons attach..d. .
River Water .Manage designated by the plan In su..h certihvrte of 8/29 4tchg 9/19 Interest on the bonds Selected forredemplior-wiflcease' .
meat District, Route 3, 'certificates will be sold
be to accrue from October 1. 1985. .
: Box 64. live Oak, Fla reclassified to Mobile to the highest bidder at BRADFORD COUNTY HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY I=RLfP. .
32060 until 9 16 85. the court house door on
Home and designated IN THE CIRCUIT By: Florida Bank Trustee
COURT Notional September I, '1985 8/29
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Each Summer one of the most eagerly looked forward to events is the rrirw
Santa Fe Community Colleges' Fall Festival of the Performing Arts and
this year is no exception.Two .
of the artists who will be on hand in what promises to be the most
exciting season yet include "The Sidewalk Dance Theatre" (top right) t.;:
who are set to make a return engagement October 1st. The troupe is ....
shown in a scene from "Red Hiding Hood" choreographed by Matthew ,

Talented Clarinetist Daniel McKelwayUop left) will also perform

I II Fall Festival of the Performing Arts. I

I( Although the new SFCC Starke Center in the old courthouse opens this
I week, the longtime presence of the college In Starke is reflected in the an-

,"-.IIFestivalot1he'Per1 nouncement of the eighth rmlngArta.season of the"""Santa"..y Fe.- Community-. .College- _- ,.Fall....-.. Pianist- rth Anne Verb tends Off SFCC'Series I I

Launching the 1985 reason of this outstanding freetothepubliccultural
series next Thursday, Sept. 5, is the rescheduling of distinguished "
concert pianist, Martha Anne Verbit. Originally planned as the sa
highlight of the 1984 season, Ms. Verbit's performance was cancelled
when her mother died the morning of her Starke concert last November.

Although the Festival will be located again at the Starke Woman's Club '_ ipb
at the corner of Jefferson and Walnut Streets the longtime host for the ,
series, the Verbit Piano Concert will be in the larger sanctuary of the 4i.,
First United Methodist Church across the street from the Woman's Club.

The emphasis this season is on youth, with the appearance September
19 of clarinetist Daniel McKelway, the winner of the 1984 Young Concert 1
Artists International Auditions. ii;;::'"

The Sidewalk Dance Theatre makes a return engagement Oct. 3, C. :iD
followed by the Oct. 10 appearance of baritone Christopher Trakas, win- :
ner of the 1983 Young Concert Artists International Auditions.

Ms. Verbit is a frequent soloist with the Boston Pops Orchestra and has aF, TIr
appeared with the Newport Music Festival and the American Liszt Socie-
ty Festival. Well known in America and Europe through recitals and "e
recordings, the Fitzgerald, Ga. native performs up to 30 concerts a year,
including solo recitals at Lincoln Center, the National Gallery in
Washington, D.C., London's Wigmore Hall and Boston's Gardner Yp

Museum. 1 1i 1r
She has been acclaimed for her profound musical ability and unforgettable -
stage presence. The New York Times called her 1981 recital "a high
intensity performance that swept the listener along... an illuminating ";,
evening," while the New York Post raved "Remarkable recital. Her
playing had the heat and smoke of a Rich Gossage fastball. According to
the London Times, "She possesses both flair and control, drama and .
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poetry.? I,

Daniel McKelway will make his Washington, D.C. debut this season as ,.:::"..
the opening performer in the Young Concert Artists Series at the Ken- .'<'"," "
nedy Center, and will have his New York debut later in the Fall. Born in ,,";:''','
Hanover,N.H., his early studies on the clarinet were with Robert Listokin
at the North Carolina School of the Arts. McKelway is currently studyingwith ","
Harold Wright at the New England Conservatory.The ., 1

Sidewalk Dance Theatre is professional modern dance company
from Knoxville, Tenn. These dancers are an exciting improvisationalgroup
that base their performances on every day situations. They appeared I -i Li
in Starke several years ago and were very well received.

Chris Trakas is a young Greek-American baritone who made his New
York debut last year. Born in Charlotte, N.C. and reared in
St.Petersburg,Trakas has appeared in numerous operatic productions as
"High Intensity"...
a member of the Texas Opera Theatre (the touring arm of the Houston Baritone...
Grand Opera), including a world premiere at the Kennedy Center in
Washington. D.C. Pianist Martha Anne Verbit has been acclaimed for her intensely Christopher Trakas appearing in Starke as part of the SFCC Arts
musical performances which have been highly praised by critics all over Festival series Is the winner of the 1983 Young Concert Artists International
the country Auditions .
All of the Fall Festival performances begin at 8 and will be followed Competition.This
Woman's by the popular Club. "meet the performers". reception p.m.hosted by the Starke Originally in Starke planned next Thursday for last year's Sept. 5.festival, Verbit Is scheduled to I appear year's according festival to sponsors.promises to be the best ever with an "emphasis onyouth"

Festival of the Lakes. .

Artists, Crafts, People to Display Wares in Keystone Heights this WeekendThousands

of out-of-town visitors as well as area and in the eight years since we began." that many this time around, attesting to the growing Dorothy'Christoffers Newman, Mary Woodward, 'who
.Ii local citizens will be heading for Keystone Heights fora Artists from all over the state do seem to be putting popularity of the show. took first place ribbons twice in a row for one of her
host of Labor Day activities that will be highlightedby the show on their list of "must attend" events. A look Over $2,000 will be given away this year in prize many oil painting, and Francis Moore of Hawthornewho
the Eighth Annual Festival of the Lakes Arts and through the applications already on hand reveal a money. will be showing his unique "primitive oils",
Crafts Show. large percentage of artists and craftsmen and women The festival will open at 9 a.m. Saturday, August 31 The craft displays are also always varied and In-
The show which according to sponsors has grown from Gainesville, Jacksonville and Palatka with artists till 5 p.m. and then again Sunday,September 1st from 1 teresting in their own right. This year the show will
steadily bigger and better each year since it began, is also coming from as far away as Tampa, Orlando p.m. till 5 p.m. to give give artists a chance to to take feature pottery displays, including those of Melrose artist -
expected to attract over 110 artists, a record, who and Tallahassee who have signed up for the limited down their displays before darkness sets in. Richard Decker, who's funny-faced mugs, plated)
specialize in a variety of skills including oil painting, amount of space available for display. And what displays there will be. and glasses are always a hit with the younger set.
acrylics, and ink drawings and watercolors, The show will be held this year, as it has for the past "What a beautiful collection of art all in one place," Many displays of stained glass, which is making a real
sculpture pen and pottery, dollmaking, tapestries and a seven years, at the Keystone Heights Theme Park, exclaimed one visitor during last years' show. "You come-back among collectors in the past few years, will
host of others. located on State Road 21 near the public beach on Lake could look around for two or three days and not have also be shown. -There will also be a large display of
Geneva. time to see everything." handmade jewelry, including works by noted Keystone
"The applications for the show nave increased every Last years' festivities drew a crowd of onlookers well Some of the most talented local artists are returningto Heights artist Diana Fava. .
year so much to the point where we are running out of beyond expectations and of the
more same is
space," commented Clay Librarian Andi Blount, who for this year's show. Clay County Sheriff's predicted the show this year to display their wares. The Festival of the Lakes is a non-profit cultural:
Department of the local artists who have displayed works In
has helped the show together since the first Some event
put year officials estimated the crowd on hand last at sponsored by the Keystone Heights Junior
"Everyone is very pleased with the growth of the event "several thousand" and are planning to handle year at least oils, acrylics and watercolors in past' shows Women's Club. Donations are greatly appreciated.:

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Kraww: 60 May ML mA.I BWtertaentfttrwf CienttuC. 2:$, rtt Jtneaonyr wets arCSttaiat 75be fine Lte aik eassoe OB rite eaae mD IDIsm1I.-I11bma. .. IhteIrtrAatsa A3 Btaree ttBem cftarrged with Dale apparently depresMd over his
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aandtssnftpi+vdra2hlbnGweaibs motr4tY. tarts ssmrrtwsckamp FUinriia DegtssvuuaA vt Law Ear check with shotgun
sfaee's sand Bewam OB EB amd..dna EmHsftte1.amaAng the : a 12-guage
. I $ fret Orxxux. ettawpsd wteb fanxxttsOi aoiStarttiM taUfccdwtab! 19$4. lie found in tow
;: UL Boxca d Iflk!'AHneSasa OoEasSySiaaiCT Jane 19, was
tide to imI1MI'.II4 tar-, damns !SUt!! Grime Pad eke tame w tb a t rgbttawrftir sAedgre
r trrkv :M sane!, ** i JWHB tea ar'Sa'd. : Depaaozciefflll.Gbessoot was trailer home on US-301 couth ofStarke.
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JoI' M'8 vactlntekI > 0rnetuau .. r nrsrt Car cash! aracB! kanri- anrcsaedam I3C9 far sepal boesery .
wtcesrr twars itxar.taq >karrgty for So ""itaanarj sameaaltQi burnt i aJ wzSs BBTwm.Ott BviSesfia. 0 "'"" and German ko had several trafficTOt&eunK. June a, IS81. the body of anotherson.
Cut Loire: far 2$jaw it !It 2\1""!Y-tf ttti. *rf>Ste! fiiJTblO 3U *ih e 1GwrttCea3matiGasTGernn 3B dao ed Cie irtinirt to BBWTB SszBewy Sahara was amsacd nB3ra Jimmy was found on the
and Bflteea fifaea:! toot: a
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.I fcuMArjr,let cae.was a Btarfar4 Gooaexy 147 J4. B*vats was aspyrvmiotA ty.r a Oe: ist +IrMtree 0tnrmIy awl' also a" also 26 at the time of his death.
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I News Briefs -\lIE ARE MOVING -

Tuesday, September 3 :/
Man SentencedTo akin rwGware 91dmI US putt ctIUItt' sea b roar!: : t&e pi, was a rtasarvared !nice
**a 8*cftwdk: Dwjty atirf al vests: apache MI KfKJuu 'waa ifcwrf ttiw cp 0r4. We .*te scnvg yn' at nr New Ueafioa M
Duval Prison rhtaL r..J'rl hIi oxarI4 wet air ttac erg -Tii; "*ferf Cais:! IK amayrncra CaraI ..Jr.wu 1t! '!Ir
U.S. 301 South Norman's
Across from
Arrested For DVVI JlZUD. a HMCSIIC 'JIll' IIDIIIO&Ia w!M Drt-aaoo rf Y ct&Senrteesami : ( ) i
A era rnvfnr !rhea axtnCaJ ttraA II!' MI Out:! "'1'I'1{ in.! ",,",- less fades: was
A Staskx man trfjnefS tin foortfi wan trrrretrd and star amcobra toad C'JidOhio n:1q--: .* vests made! Ie g-t tbcoaas : LAST CHANCE FOR I
nanrtM in tree UeatgJrm CmtH' isJatlwanrSJ' trait tie to ale;eta was starii* ty Car ? E&er.ia.icaU.said Ttesram 1/2 Price Cleats
July"1tw err prea<1Crotty j*I v- arrf flSj1 C',mwlyrit9 Ib !xuw* Rrma1ll3TLocatm dnatr t, was cot arf&sesit Savings on r
JIf' pet&I caltararre was MI a e' i3 sfsrre te enuld$MIAB : in LawtejWnJi tvx. was bit reed to Today & Tomorrow
rn.&JI m !eMu I'A' ; t r'SlJ,Saar t6tertn n.Tkes't FSSISWW Oeor cfraa'hromdw3I
her dr'mIC"' rMa zar!Id.W.num t;I at,uata+eaGMel III a 'JC3tua1ex115rz3'ta *m a nucrut jacriC&i K : was: Co gsve tans: a race to SAVE ON OTHER MOVING SPECIALS
"TSttty" Ktonrei tart* taSQhamPsHd! -..15e IJL TrjUams E. XilaooiF arrested AtMttU 2tUuCftruiig WE WILL BE CLOSED q
TrwACtfr.W. D,LdnueMbMi axsri I'iC' o.*d JeoIit than a aJ fctwurTft ixd realer afl tti I!"Eunrjr fag 5b.1n11!
ed with DW1 Htf t o'A aJerhA trey' 1Wi_ Lan.4F! "STusr T-Unnwit: tIt Sat. Aug. 31 & Sept. 2 for Labor Day
t-f'1t...2ri perwrt arm waaset a4 awweigifcraB wait cnar'ius.,3 !=He6ukmC::eramlesdteatiat ie'e
1325 awl be wa r*trI**>M onm try p1W'A JU i Urx. die ilk 6 ayyxrtrrxg awse ant ar + 's. ....mDI'1 YOUR I HEADQUARTERS FOR GATORS AND SEMINOLE
r% Nzarna toy Jaftp: Gwr&e M. and Ctn g fk asrwaeT. 'ThwIe+uw I dUartt "stems + tjdscairt !' GFTS NOVELTIES T-SHIRTS AND HATS.
ce. !UI mrf
Aeroring to Parn4e art I rmL ffliafl!: .M. *Sit<: jrkgPw'rni1.nt1!
bon Officer Rws n Turner ire rtdftcr Raiford Man !rY'.f.> saufia ::1flutat..A
art u.e.JC.aU.I Mn taster wiAt caaI *Chuv auCirarcia f&-= run t
,! rlm$ f1 P'!" with tb crxort Mr Gets 39 Months
A'' .kbtion d yradaIiwL For Sexual Battery
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County Jail Inmate Jr.ttt Vtejxtae. It&KiatLeC.. fK
ga f.i v' was IP.nbatCPSd GIII:] I nmlusis ONLY il/
Hang Ilimelf he Germ .II4I Gr-mCnao; ; 11- 'IIIflII OPal CM MONDAY
A 47 yearM: Lanrbnr man axs Jars .. A. GrsPal Ifiicii- at: t rs- F:
found hanging from twwrn emit tGaartat",arkKpfa9att>9clWUtev r -SALE-
tier (tars in but cleft at the Brarl(+r4 aMJmJtey tatrxy t9sarge 5 HOOVER
County.Jail tn Tur&toy,AttguM 27, ] a y ass. atr atrf Xz'!v tp -' Praife i5'"" NOW 25
.ltlr"MJ(1. L7 Iatwat %fdr I3rrtd.v r a t amf Sr: "14i, J.s/.t far Ps1 fetenre; A&i&oiul *5 Off
Kranci A. or1ty was r. A arnrst wars: a wa9a srikati 'Y 6 t.
in the county jail April 2 for a 1*.Ym'rf .4fc(r.n--1Wt RJbtfy 5*eauaebCarctlB wiirk.& =-.- ;,w'fP: "esp11S atrpui & Set or Blow Dry HAS ITHOOVER
five mtJrItIw, 29 day by Jurfgiv K A. IMtr7: : -'tlreasmruErhm a G---d 6.00
Green, )r,, for i i0ap r nat .1 t 1 iDKsAtssA,atd!+txu wvvv& & tlismtzJ'S CrIJ -
remark made in the prtuwx"A Ins frretulit.sad JkinrtiutttexurfeaA
JL TlnnnjniOT 1t. .4.t11itS'ac;
I f. court tit IcwsKj&finf Tt'Ir? + 964-4151
According to Dte1AIAl. IMntjr hadcompJallM'ff (Tart:. Jok mss t taegrd m tas
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25% Off Saw up to'700I $12995 BELTS
Short Sleeve
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I I August limft: 1'uti/;

: Keystone Area Ads -

Ends Friday Demonstrators
I Banister Saga
'l2x64:Carport, screened porch, 2 utility', Needed : .
sheds, chain link fence, CH/A, 1/4 mile --.- "
CARPENTER WORK) Remodeling work, from school. 4734019. 8/1tfnchg Most of the spectators at the Judge R. A. Green, Jr. sentenced examination by Assistant remained State At- for this fun job! Work your
kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. WHY PAY RENT you can own this Banister trial in the Bradford Courthouse Debra Banister to 17 years in prison, torney Thomas Elwell she
Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 alter beautiful 3/2 double wide mobile last week came to see and the maximum sentence under the calm, taking her time to answer his own hours now. Ill
I 5-30: p.m. 1-5 tfnchg home with many extra features In. hear the'hired killer and his lover." state sentencing guidelines. questions.Debra December. Show toys and
CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations eluding large walk-In closets Confessed killer of Joe Banister, Banister still has to answer
wanted to see Earn
I Many people they gifts party plan.
Free estimates. Ten of first-
years fireplace, 10 X 14 storage building 'the for hire' John Wayne Alachua County charges
experience Call 473-4217 and ask for chain link fence. Priced to sell at if the defendant was guilty. gun the bet- degree murder and conspiracy to money for school expenses
Hearn, testified for state the
The four woman jury
eight man
Ciolg 5/17 tfnchg 28900. $2,000 down, payments $300 Friday ter part of last Thursday, giving commit murder. She, her sister and and have a debt
found Debra Banister guilty
"PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt, 11 Vi Coll Kerry Whitfordat
mo. at percent. their mother and father are charged
mildew from homes, 21 evening after the jury deliberated details of he and 'Debbie' Banister'stime free Christmas! No Invest
peeling paint 473.4903 or 4733321. CENTURY with hit ing Hearn to kill Cecil Batie,
di,!veways. mobile homes. Call Rick Showcase Properties, Inc. Realtor. Hwy for several hours, coming back witha together since their meeting Debra's sister's ex-husband, in ment. Car & phone re-
4732452. 4tchg 8'159/5 21 North Keystone Heights. Itpd 8/29 verdict of guilty of last October. His testimony was
Gainesville Jan. 6.
FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing MOBILE HOME on one acre In Melrose. murder. followed by the playing of the taped aired. 4734939.
Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac Very ,tl<0 1983 14 X 70 3 BR 2 BA, central The state had sought a verdict cf conversations between Hearn and
473.2521. 8/1 tfnchg h/a, deck. Two large storage guilty of first-degree murder and expressed Debra Banister plotting her hus-
TERRY HALL BUILDERS Custom homes sheds, carport. Call after 6 p.m. surprise at the jury verdict. band's murder.
$22 por sq. ft. Additions A Home Improvements 475.2532 or 9644491. Itchg 8/29 According to Investigator Wiley Friday morning the defense open-
State licensed contractor. Clark, there was no evidence to support ed with the defendant taking the
473.3929.8/1 tfnchg 14x60 BRAND NEW 2BR, 1'A BA, on '/, a second-degree murder convic- stand. She remained composed Can You Believe Bf!
DEEP STEAM Truck mounted carpet acre wooded area, lake access. CHI A. tion but it was a lesser included offense through most of her testimony, giv-
cleaning. August special FREE W/D connections. Many extras Immediate and the jury had a right to con ing conflicting accounts of Hearn'stestimony.
DEODORIZING.. C S B Carpet Cleaning, occupany. Low down paymentand sider that penalty. During crossDeputy -
Keystone Heights, 4737770. 5tpd monthly payments. Owner financ.ed. :.1
6 1 8 29 473.3671 evenings and weekends. "
SERVICE Home or office. Very good HELP WANTED -
work and at reasonable prices. Call
mo after 3:30: p.m. 4732658.829 pd KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH FinancingI
MAKE NEW chairs, barstools
cushions dining .
Is seeking someone who will share In
beds small.
No lob too
romper their filling the position
ministry through
8/15 Addison 9'5 Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg of organist. For more Information f SAVE I THOUSANDS I 1 I II
please call church office. 4733829. 9John
$20 10. Phone 8/22 tfnchg ON I YOUR I PURCHASE
cession Begins Sept. POOLE TRUCK LINES, INC. Is hiring long
freelance writer Anne
Sponholtz. haul truck drivers with good records.
473.3756. 3tpd 8/15.8/29 Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241
CHILD CARE near schools, experienced Detroit Blvd., Pensacola Fl. fcan 8/29 :
loving mother. Breakfast, lunch andsnoc" HELP WANTED male or female yard h# r-\ I II
.. Phone I
Infants to 6 yrs. JL>
work. 4737414. Itpd 829Continued "
473-2864 Itchg 8/29 Vicki
PERSONALS Marriage problems can be ,V. learn 1985 Celebrity 4 Door SedanNo.
solved I Six cassettes. Ideal for and Debra Banister

back newlyweds Nothing If to it lose doesn't! $ Visa- money and lit 5307, automatic, 2.5 liter EFI, tilt, air cond., & more

MC accepted Call ((904)) 8246414. fcan

,8.29 $388 Dovm I S219 Month j jAYE
MISCELLANEOUSPAC ALOE for your hair sounds reasonable if ..

its great for burns its gotta to be great for your $ $21" a month with 7.7 VS 12.9 Financing
RAT- Buy Sell and trade. Used fur. \
niture, appliances, household items, hair 48 months, 9000 bal to finance with approved credit

colk.ctoblos, glassware, old jewerly, plus tax & lic. Cash price 9388 w/388 down cash or tradeS388
tools, etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 ..
Jessie & Flo Aloe Perms "
flashing arrow :' : ': ,, ,
$259 complete ($25 ), ''I i -' ,
signs monthly Lets work stowly with ;\S170 I "
I liqhlod no arrow $237. Nonlighted each other to build $35.00Free \. ,', ',Down f ii"il (' ,,' ,Month: ,,!
$139 However, we will not be under.

sold anyone I ((800)))423 See.0163.locally.anytime.Warranty. Wsrelabonehlpbathaai ry Shampoo or Conditioner FAVE '18 a month with 7.7 VS 12.9 Financing

--- YARD SALE Haircuts & Blow Dry 48 months, 7000 bal to finance with approved credit

plus tax & lie. Cash price 7388 w/388 down cash or trade
$800 $1000MEN (
YARD SALE T.O.P.S. Sept. 7 from 9.3
p m Berea Circle/ and 100 across from
Clay Electric Signs will be posted
Nonprofit organization "Itchg 8/29 Call Rose Rita or Robin U.S. HIGHWAY 301
FRIDAY, 30 SATURDAY 3 miles north on
SR 21 to C.352 go 2 miles on paved "Without a doubt the finest hair & body care productin
mad White Sands lake. Utility trailer
with romp Flote boat. See signs. Itpd the universe"
0 29YARD
SALE Friday August 30. Cardinal I I.. I III
n,i I'.c otf of Pecan St across from PRO ALOE INTERNATIONAL Cheryl's NuWaves I
oiemrntary! school. Good clothes, all JACKSONVILLE FL 32205
504 W Call Starke 964-843)) uHm-ULUS
sites baby carrier lost of 904-384-7002 .
miscellaneous. Itchg 8'29

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Saturday, August 31

from 8 a.m. to 12 Noon

Door Prizes will be given

away every 15 minutes

during broadcast.

One Toro Trimmer will be

given away every hour

during broadcast.

0 V UP TO $120 TRADE-IN ON A TORO Palmyra Bristles' a 54 'Inch handle

LAWN MOWER NOW... i L:: ti 366

FOR A RIDE Prices Start at / \ 18 inch
III '.\ ,
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$27995 '. GARAGE SWEEP

f jtr + I Ij ,) / '182782327)) Designed for easily moving heavy dirt,

with trade r 0 over rough garage floors. Tumbled wax

Model 16785 block withstands indoors
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Grin Catcher Drag it.. .3 !. 'REBATE. 5O0

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Many mowers in stock to choose from WHILI IllPPllIt IAST L.E.D.: Alarm Clock

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floating 4-in-l cutting deck. Electric start. 5 forward e JUMBO 39 GallonPlasticTRASH /b-1 -<
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speeds, comfortable seat fully adjustable. t SIZE j


a1 STRENGTH Thirty jumbo size '1.2 mil! bags on an easy tear-off> _

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pet i Month 849

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S Prices Start at... ((72485,7))' Keystone Hgts (across from Miller's)

89995Model I 32 Gallon Plastic YOUR FINAL I 649 473.4006

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SB12S : Next to Norman's
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I May, : ,.. 20-June 20 Land Sales,. ,_Top] $ j l/a Million in BradfordBradford

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County land sales Clemons for $20,000. River to E. M. Lewis for $38,500. ment Corporation for$140,000. Robert.T.and Patricia J. Hall solda Inc.. sold a parcel of land on Pratt
period May 20 June 20 Kiert Sundusadee sold lots 7 and 8 Paul E. and Nellie M. Arnold sold Jeffrey and Gayle M. Logan sold parcel of land in Mt Pleasant on St. in Starke, to Community Bible
$1,739.364: topped by the sale Block 2, Dowling's Subdivision to 10 acres near Graham to Orville R. lot 12 of Deerfoot Trail to Larry K. Silver Lake to Christine Richardson- Church for $25,000.
Temple Motel property in Douglas, Peter Gianas,and and Evelyn Nevins and Arnold E. and Suellen Clark for$17,700. Howard for$49,500. Francis A. and M. Jane Menard
Sale prices for the following Schlofman for$40,000. and Teresa E. Hagarty for$25,000 Longchamp Homes, Inc. sold 4.2 Leonardo and Susan Fuentes pur- sold a parcel of land on Taylor
sactions are determined Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. Levi D. and Merle G. Whittle sold acres just north of Starke to RobertM. chased a parcel of land in Pine Acres Court, south of Paradise Lake to Ar-
amount of documentary lot 22 of Parkwood Subdivision 3.69 acres near Graham to Randall Middleton for$8,500. Park from the Estate of the late thur R. and Dorothy M. Hilton for
fixed to Warranty Deeds William P. and Bonnie C. Seay for E. Hodges for $11,500. Michael G. and Nancy F. Adams Stella Radnis Plentis for$23,000. 10500.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Bradford Land and Cattle Com sold lot 5 of Block C,Mt. Pleasant on Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. Madeline F. Howard sold a parcelof
office. Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. pany, Inc sold lot 22 of River Bend Silver Lake to Martin K. and JeneseH. sold lot 25 of Parkwood Subdivisionto land on Little Lake Santa Fe to
Vimal Desai and Anjani lot 47 of Parkwood Subdivision Estates to William R. and Ethlyn C. Russsell for $47,000. Perry T. and Kelly L. Gorman for James B. and Helen L. Graham for
the Temple Motel property Curtis J. and Kimberly S.Colston Martin for$10,000. Gary W. and Sharon A. Buquo solda 4500. $48,000. _
Jack M. Courtnay sold lot parcel of land in Smokerise to Inc.
Temple Ave. in Starke to $4,500. 40 of Gerald Griffis Construction and Linda M. Fariss
Management Services, Bradford Land and Cattle Com Keystone Club Estates, Unit 1, to Nicholas A. and Jean Messina for sold lot 48 of Parkwood Subdivisionto Larry M.of land in Mt. Pleasant sold
$273,000. _. ny, Inc. sold lot 16 of River Bend Ellery D. and Trina L. Cave for .6800. Dixon L.and Lynn A. Hepburn for parcel Silver Lake to Jay L. and Connie on L.
Terrence M. and Seleeta to George G.,Jr. and Alber- 4200. Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. $4,500. Martin for$5
sold 1.86 acres in Green M. McHone for $4,600. Velma Lee Griffis sold a parcel of sold lot 23 of Parkwood Subdivision Medina and Maria
James W. and Joan C. Mark and Elaine Olin sold an acre land on U.S. 301 in Lawtey to Wayne to William C., Jr. and Lydia F. Carolina E. sold lot 36 of In- Mildred E. Shadd sold an acre of
E. Massey for $7,200. Hospital land U. S. 301 north of
on to
$110,000. Forsythe Road to Robert and Phillips for $4,500.
Joyce"B. dian Beach, unit 1, to Dan W. and
Robert F.Styles sold 3 acres Thornton for$3,500.La Joanne Sessler Shaw sold 5 acres Gerald Griffis Construction, Inc. Todd's Machine Products, Inc. for
Wanda E. Weldon for
of Hillburn Springs to Wayne Trelle M. Hamilton sold lot 38 on New River to Florida Pest Con- sold lot 46 of Parkwood Subdivision $90,000. of $11,000, and an adjoining 5 acres to
Julia Davis sold
Cathy L. Wood for$7,300.Bobby New Hampton Beach to Calvin trol and Chemical Company for to Richard A. and Joyce D. Williams land east Anne of Starke to parcel Wayne E. James W.,Jr.and Carlea S.Todd for
J. and Carol Lee $2,300. for $4,500. $10,000.
Monica Z. Watson for$83,000.
Wetzel and Brian A. Bjorgen for
a parcel of land in Brooker to Florida National Bank,as Trustee Grace B.Chance sold lot 35 on Oak Townhouse Enterprises of $24,000.T. Marra Investment Corporation of
Flanagan for $20,000. the Bradford County Housing Avenue in Crystal Lake Homesites Florida, Inc. sold lot 23 of Knight's of land S.R.
Pearsall, to Jack and Willie Jo Cline for$5,000. Subdivision H. and Mary Sue Rahn sold a Indiana 20 acres on
Everett Leroy sold lot 1 of Great Oaks to to Danny A. and Vicki L. north of to David L.
P. Johnson, Mary Susan A. and Vicki W. Gaines for M. E. and Harriet Jackson sold.a Busby for$4,000.S. parcel of land on N. Walnut St. in 221 Hampton McKibben for $20,000.
and Barbara Jean Pearsall parcel of land on Mimosa Drive in G. and Ernestine Denmark solda Starke to Joseph H.and Nela McGeefor and Jeanette and Karen A.
John J., Jr. Novy
acres on Meng Dairy Road, Ski Anne Shimer sold!ot 9 of Block Starke to James A., Jr. and Dorene parcel of land on N. Walnut St. in $6,000. of land Mimosa
Hampton, to William R. E. W. Hayes Subdivision to Con- E. Davis for 81800. Starke to Terrence M. and Seleeta Jay H. and Luann Huff sold a sold a parcel John E.on and Bobbie
for $22,000. Corporation of America for Mark Olin sold 1.79 acres off For Brown for $111,000. parcel of land on C.R. 125 north of Drive in Starke to
Douglas Ray and Patricia sythe Road to Charles E.and SandraJ. Harry N. and Elaine Green sold Lawtey to Mark A. and Candi L. J. Zontini for $51,000.sold
C. Thomas a parcel of
Curies sold lot 7 of Casa Del Jack Russell and James O. and Jones for $3,500. Tract 33 of Strawberry Acres to Stivers for $39,000. Stanley
land in Hampton to Don E. and Lor-
Mark and Elaine Olin sold Starke, Florida Congregation ofJehova's
to William D. and Mary P. McDaniel sold 4 .86 Travis R. and Jacquelyn Platt for
acres just for
raine L. Champion 5000.
for $37,900. acres on Pleasant Grove Road to 12500. Witnesses, Central Unit,
of Starke to James E. Tucker
Louette S. and Daniel S. 8500. Johnnie B. Brown, Jr. for $3,364.
Lucille H. Green sold a of
sold 1.33 acres in Sampson parcel
Edgar A. and Sharon S. Honabach land
on Court Street
Shores, Unit 2, to Al, Jr., and in Starke to San-
37.95 acres on C.R.235 near New ta Fe
Community College Endow- I, 1 I I Ir 1 1 ,1

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are non-refundable after classes begin. Cookout Specials! Red Hot Meat Prices!

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1995c 2 Liter Golden Flare 2 Loaves
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THIS WEEKEND ONLY Auto, console, bucket seat Large Western ( \fL. California Large Vine Ripe
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weekends for appointment to see. tin WURLITZER spinet piano *xc.IUnt con
Keystone Heights Ads GRAPES-U-PICK Open everyday dition. $1,000. Cherry mahogany. REAL ESTATE WANTED Page August 2", 11"S! :

Lilly' Vineyard Coral farms Rood, Phone 4733752. tfnchg B/29 Wk NEED LISTINGS I loke lots homes; :

''.tt';;:. MOBILE Furnished. I BR I BA.KeystoneMelrose' SOFA Florahome. 6592121. 0/19' tfncha. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES for Over 1.000 buyers waiting. Put No. I to work for
FOR RENT r matching chalr"'eci.onabl.tall: : businesses bale by owner W.guarantee Call Whltford at '
I M area Private 473-3520 after 4 pm.2tpd 8/22. 8V29 I we will sell your business of you today 473-3321.Kerry CENTURY 21 .REAL ESTATE' FOR SALE ,Brook County: .:.
.:Ij\ STONE HEIGHTS lakefront acreage Single' party or couple FURNITURE AND tftlCK-A-MACK! Allen find you on*. No broken or commissions. 473-4903 or ( tnt 87A, 'Hlghway 76 frontage Remodeled,-
Realtor Showcase Properties, ,
f REALTY only. No pets $175 mo. $100 dep. Trestle table, 6 captain chairs hide-a Call I ((404)) 95184444. icon29 21 North Keystone Heights. 2 BR, I BA, den. fireplace, country kitchen .
i i Rental Property Available Call Jacksonville. collect 7258945. 2tpd bed, tables, king size beds, microwaveoven BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Central Hwy pecan trees, barn pond, tenant
I BR FURNISHED efficiencycottages.By LAKE SWAN 2 BR, cent heat/air dlnnette table and chair, living Florida Landmark Business, 7 year LAND FOR SALE house $112,000 neg. Ed Greenleaf Rt.
I week or monlh.KIYSTONE washer/dryer linens, utensils, dishes. room furniture 14 ft. fiberglass fishing established, grafting over 500000. 2, Box 213, Morven Go 31638 ((912))
HEIGHTS REALTY Included. No pets Available,15 boat with 7 hp motor Paradise 441 Turn lake. 263.5103. fcon 8/29
Point. Highway frontage. key lAKE lOT HIMcrest 13500.
licenced Real Estate Broker. 473-461 Jun. 1st. $325 mo. plus deposit. Call See Saturday 31 N.C. MOUNTAINS New 2 BR cedar
Aug. and Sunday, 300000. Term. Call ((305)) 299.7102 Owner will finance $164 per month
i lARGE 2 BEDROOM home on lake. A/C 475.2674 or 371.8980.2tpd 822829.: Sept. I from 9.5 p.m. Call 473.7880 for. altar 7:30: p.m. Icon 8/29 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 homes, land water, electric heat,

and heat, fireplace large deck, vhady FOR SALE directions. Itchg 8/29 FOR SALE 12 ft. Fiberglass ban boat. LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto rock fireplace, deck for $38,500. We '.

l lot, no 'pet*. $375 per month. BOAT FOR SALE 19 foot .Fabuglas $150: Piano, $500; living room sofa $40. move on. Power well septic and 1 are developing 1,400 acres surrounctatl
16943087. tfnchg 8/15 SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS: PVC fiberglass boat with two 40 HP motors 473.3609 after 5 and. weekend Itchg fence. $6,499. 392.0985 or 4733024. by river and lake*. Pick and ihoo.
WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR furnished pipes and fittings. Water softeners. Trailer Included. $1200. Call 473-4169. 8/29 Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13 your spot nowl $4,000 per acre. ERA

home. A/C clan $250 mo.. $200 dep. Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hg .., BUILDING MATERIALS/HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE Mobil horn on one acre In WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINAI I 5 DUNCAN REALTY 124 Highway 64W .

length flexible 249-7884. 4tpd 473.4006 5/24 tfnchg Log Homes Over 40 rustic models to Metros Very nice 1983 14 X 70 3 BR, 2 acre parcels on scenic county maintain..d Murphy, N.C. 23906. Free brochuro I
822.912I MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series choose from. Send fro FREE 8A, Central H/A deck. large storage road. Melrose area. From 16000. ((800)) 4388196. Icon 819Continued

I LAKE GENEVA 2 BR house partly fur. organ with double keyboard base BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES sheds, carport. Call after 6 p.m. Need financing? Call today. Prestige

nished.. $255 a month lease. Call pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call Route one, Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee 475.2532 or 9644491. Itchg 8/29 Properties, Inc. 373-1700 after hours
anytime 1-264-5194. 2tchg 8/22 8/29 473.2210 weekdays or 473.4648II 38575. I ((615)) 258-3648. ken 8/29 475-2647.7/25 tfncha

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II toddlers up to 5 year of age receive 2-BR home In town w/Sr. Citizen Cou

WANT ADSCARS excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call pie 964.5548 lor apt to negotiate. Will
4737864. 4/04 tin furnish transportation for Interview II

LAWN MOWING LgSmalllawns.- Ball needed. 8/22.8/29 2tchg :

fields playgrounds. Phone 485.I 86 I WANTED Frame building approx. 12' x ,

LAND FOR SALEONE anytime 4/25 tfnchg 20' or chicken house adaptable to Q.cC EruJilltJiJ'I
BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer workshop. 964.5023 8/29.9/5 2tchg
work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for WANTED Free home lor 1 mole and 1 < '
1971 GMC VANI.2 1 ton $2500 964.7423 ACRE LOT facing For ythe Road no work. 9645606. 7823333. Ask for female Pekingese adult dogs 964.5475 : !
180 FORD VAN: .2 Ion $3000 Call down payment $75 per mo Call Mark. 8/8 tfn or 9647918. 8/29 Itchg I'I' J '. 1
964.7423 Teal Tile, & Carpet. 6/611n 9645606. 10/4 tin FRESH RIVER SHRIMP And fish
for WANTED Responsible to take *
your : party over 964-7776
RENT TO OWN MONTHLY daily weekly LOTS A ACREAGE 20 percent down, freezer. Ten lb>. or more. Please call spinet console piano. Easy terms. Can PHONE I]

rate from $14.95 Keystone Starke, balance In live years financing by 2849755. 8/15 10/3 4lchg be seen locally. Write: Credit CECELIA RWI\\tGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke I
9646853. 12/13 tfn. '
Melrose, & surrounding area. Call for owners. CHILD CARE Will keep your 4.7 yr. old Manager, P.O. Box 612 Astor, Fl.
10 percent discount U-Save Auto Rental ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. little girl after school. Pick-up from 32002. 8/29 Itchg TODAY AND ALWAYS, MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU.

Keystone Hgts. 473.4711 8/8 8/29 $3.500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Southside. 964.85498/22.29 WANTED: Reward lor Information con THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS THE FOUNDATIONOF

",chg 9645606. 1/03 tfn CARPENTRY WORK General repair porches cerning W.W.II Army Air Corp crash OUR PROGRESS.
JEEPS: Is it true you can buy jeeps for $44 decks bathroom & kitchen plum. sites In the Starke area. Also I need to
the U.S. Get the ROAD: $3,000, no down payment $70
through government Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn bing remodeling. 964.62328/22ltchg contact a Mr. Mersey from the Hampton PREFERRED PROPERTIES
facts today. Call 1.312.742.1142 Ext. per mo.
WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOMEfrom 8 Call collect
area. evenings
609.(822.95.919.( 1013)pd) 1.7 ACRES-8ROOKER ROAD (C-227)) am.6 p.m., Mon-Frl for more information 313/968-5048. 8/2941pd any INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY Partially -
RENAULT LeCAR: '79 A/C. Sun Roof 3500. no down payment $70 per mo. call 964-6542 or 9646183. 829
subdivided close school
highway frontage to $1,000.
3,300 miles, $1.750. 964.8848 or Call 964.5606. 1/03 tfn Itpd
473.3627 Itchg LOT IN CITY: 6000. Coll 964.5764; after BABY SITTINGdone In my home In FOR RENT per acre.

OLDS CUTLASS: '71 Needs work, 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tin Lawtey. Mon thru Fri. Breakfast and .fOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining Camp
5250.00 o.b.o. call 7823797. 1 Itpd OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and lunch and snacks Included. 7823091. 3-BR HOUSE: on Bayless Highway
'12 VETTE: Beautiful car fully loaded dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile/ 82911pd $250/mo plus deposit. 4962356. 8/29 Blanding management Area Buy all or part Excellent invest-

must see. $17.000; also 1968 PlymouthFury home cabin or camping. $4950 ea. MARRIAGE PROBLEMScan be solved! Itchg ment.
$475. call 9648809. 8/29 2tpd 9/5 w'$150 dn.. $63.14 mo. E>c. huntingand Six cassettes. Ideal for newlyweds. If 2-BR MOBILE HOME Small on large .
77 FORD PINTO Clean low mileage fishing. Owner ((904)) 236.4579 or it doesn't help money back. Nothingto private lot. References required are

good condition. 964-4277 $1.500. 8/29 629.9649. 6/13 12tchg 8/29 lose! $25.00. Visa and MC accepted. $150/mo plus $100 deposit. Call rented & have positive cash flow & good assumable mor

Itchg LAND FOR SALE Six lots 1.2/3 acre per Call (9048246414.) 9647625. 8/29 Itpd Owner will take second mortgages for good client. 2
lot 3.500 and 4,000 lot. Off of For- tgages.
84 CUSTOM RANGER 4x4: V-6, ps. pb, per HODGES CUSTOM ENGRAVING: name 1-BR TRAILER: Near Graham completely
ac, 7 in. lift, roll bar. six kc lights, sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. badges door plates, desk plates furnished Including air. $60/wk, story home on Call and Church St. reduced to $37,700.
custom whells, low mileage show Call 964 5606 66 tfnchg 4851371. 8/29 Itchg
awards plaques, trophies. COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY Formerly The Pastry Shop -
'quality. $9,60000 964.5123 1 Itchg WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot located RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 month
904.473.3671 24 hr. .erv. day or eve. per
CHEV. UTILITY TRUCK W/loader rack at Woodland Acres, Stark. Has well 8/8 nc and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker. 381 Call St. in The Historic Section of Starke Originally

1700. V-8 automatic, good condition, septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 6/27 33000. reduced to 23000.
price 500 down 135.00/month. Call REAL ESTATE
964.4824 1
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'68 VW: Does not run 150.00964.5165 or 964-56066/13 tfhchg OUT FURNISHED APT. 208 N. Cherry possi-
: after 5 p.m. 9646566. 8/29 I Itchg LAND FOR SALE: 5 to 20 acres. 9647893. OF ble availability Sept., all utilities plus Villas with a variety of trees paved roads water, sewage,

'77 FORD: New brakes and muffler. Sunroof 8/8 8/29 cable t.v./hbo incl. 1-BR from 150.00; police nice neighborhood walk anywhere. -
A-1 less than miles. LOT FOR SALE: On Eastwood Dr. $4000or
motor 18.000 BROOKS COUNTY: 87A Highway 76 2.3 BR from 1900022000. Inquire after
40 mpg. $1,350 firm. 9648071. 8/29 best offer. 629.2283 Call collect. frontage. Remodeled 2.Br, 1-Ba den, 5:30: p.m. 8/22.8/29 2tchg $7,000.A .

I 1 Itchg fireplace country kitchen pecan LAND FOR RENT 5 Acres approx. set up JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home in city with little
'77 DODGE: 318 engine w/727 transmission HELP WANTEDFULL trees, barn pond tenant house. for mobile home for rent at 507mo.
rebuilt transm./shift kit, engineruns $112.000 neg. Ed Greenleaf Rt. 2, Box SR-121 in Ralford. Call 431.1976 or yard to keep up & with complete privacy. Approx. 2417 sq. ft.,

good. $200.00 call 964.8418 Itpd TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE: 213 Morven GA 31638 (9122635103.) 431.1555. 8/22.8/29 2tpd CH8A, 3BR 2BA spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla.
'7B PINTO WAGON: Body In exc. cond. Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin, and
2 util.!
room, roomy utility room, sky lights, buildings property
28,000 miles on motor, tires like new. Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayette HOMES
$795. 412 Bridges St. 9646365. 8/29 St. 964.5065 7/4 tfn FOR SALE completely enclosed w/privacy fence $55,000.

Itchg GOVERNMENT JOBS BARGAIN OF THE YEAR 2 BR with carport Lot approx.
'64 CHEVY IMPALA 2Dr. 283 eng., 16040.159230YR: Now hiring. Nationwide. 3 BR I'/t BA HOME Saratoga Ht., corner '
bucket seats $300.00; also '66 BUICK Call 805.687.6000 Ext. R-3000 lot. Enclosed garage, CH8A Phone CAMPER 1978: 35' fifth wheel American 75'X350' on 314 N. St. Clair St 19900.
Traveler with 20 ft. self-
SKYLARK, 2-dr. 310 eng. bucket seats. for current federal list. 8/1 9/19 8tpd 964.8652.3/21 tfn contained awning 5332411.fully Call CHARM WITH ECONOMY & LOCATION 3BR 1BA, approx.
All ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL 3 BR MUST SELL CH&A, enclosed price neg.
original $900.00 Both run good. GRADS AND
after 6 5/16 tfn 960 ft. built 1983 on Bessent Rd. plus 8X12 shed $35,900.
Drive both away for $1,500. 9648950. PRIOR SERVICE PEOPLE: Do you know garage, low maintenance, ceiling fans, p.m. sq.
8/29 Itchg where you! can find a part-time job In nice neighborhood close to Southside ROLLS OF HAY Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur YOU'LL LOVE TO CALL THIS HOME Brick home on 5 acres
Caskins 782.3727 after 5 5/16
I plumbing masonry metal fob, and Elem. 39900. 964.5952 or 964-6915 BRADFORD LIME ROCK p.m. completely fenced on Forsyth Rd., 3BR 2BA barn greenhouse
heavy equipment operator that offersa 4/18 tin
j MOTORCYCLES /iBA SALES 5 ceiling fans many trees motivated seller 69000.
steady paycheck, specialized Iraln- ON HAMPTON LAKE: Brick 3BR ,
.irlt. ssp ep|as>s e >s s pg 0 sa Jfij t""mBBf ffMJMsttfcPgVtj-tt ''tit" Ing. and \It qualified up to $27.000 foil Fireplace, carport, screened porch, 3/4,' Llmerock Fill Dirt CLOSE IN FAMILY LIVING 1.96 acres in city with 4BR, 2BA,
l'.9TATC"200XJrHONDArr3,>here! ?:.'' College? the 202nd civil engineering mile|' west of Hwy. 301. $9%OdO. 20 ,d. semi-load only
1700. 080. Good condition. 782.3333 squadron of the Florida Air National 468.I 576 after 6:00. 5/9 tin r i (f Phone 782-3172 8/23tfohg approx. 2,000 sq. ft, heated*l Cozy( .: Q \1 .$.';100'-|

8. tfn Guard currently has these military 608 S. WATER STREET: By owner 2 BR', CB. STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at ALWAYS IN GOOD TASTE & Charming 3BRIBAfbrickhome ] .l

1982 SUZUKI GS450 Cafe Style Good positions available. Contact MSGT Carl home. 1.468.1323 11/8 tfn Doublewide Home Center located best
remodeled living at its
completely Country on
North 301 Fla. this Is
condition $600. Call Alan Sievers Jr. on Lawtey ( not
9645966. Mon thru Fri for more Infor GOVERNMENT HOMES From $1 (U
8/29 Itpd motion. Call 904- 5333386. Join repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Bethel Church Rd. & 230A.

Americans at their best. 8/1 8/2951chg 805.687.6000 Ext. GH-5504 for In FOR sale SALE Olin: Store Home bought Center furniture located lor LET'S GO TO THE COUNTRY Brick with 3BR 2BA LR, combo
YARD HELP WANTED: Openings available for formation. 8/1 9/19 8tpd on
Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer kitchen & dining room family room w/pannelled walls with
prior service personnel In the Naval HOME FOR SALE 3BR 2BA, CHSA,

AND SAT a.m. to 12 p.m. Women. Air Reserve Program In Jacksonville fireplace, ceiling fan., Ig screen proch lurniture. 6/13 tfnchg approx. 1580 sq. ft., only 5 yrs. old and on 2 acres educed
and G'ound and flight crew positions hot tub on 1 acre $60,000 and/or app. 5 Rd.
children clothes. 414 W from $57.500 to $49,500..Sampson City
Washington St. 8/29 Itpd available in Patrol Transport, Helo S acres $16,500 all on Geiger Rd. near
Attacks Call Southside Elem. 964.5876 8/3 8/29 HELP WANTED
trinkets, clothes all at bargain prices 1.800.521.1315 for further information HIGH AND DRY:1 acre lot In Keystone Openings available for prior

Friday Aug. 30 at the Sr. Center WANTED: 2 experienced hairdressersfor w/3-BR 2-BA, MH. Lots of Oak trees. 193' on 301 S. x 80'. . . . . . . . $85,000.
tull time $1,800. down and takeover service military personnel in
located behind the new courthouse at employment. Following payments.Owner 250' on 301 N. x 120'. . . . . . . . 89000.
the of and not necessary Call 964.4247 95. 8/15 financing neg. 4732914. 8/29 the Naval Air Reserve Pro-
corner Georgia Grand 8/22 Itchg Itchg 200' on 301 N. approx 1.61 Acres . . . . 125000.
Streets. 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. 8/29 Itpd in Jax. Ground and
SAT AND SUN Large size womens SAT & SUN POSITION: Dependable person WOODEN HOUSE:20x20 tin roof blocked gram 270' on 301 S. approx 4 acres. . . . ; . $300,000.
clothes to work snack bar at Waldo Flea up ready to move $500.00 431.1050 flight crew positions availablein
,. blouses pants, pantsuits,
shoes, dresses, boys clothes, tool, Market. For Appoint. Call 468.2255 tfn patrol, transport helo and ROOM TO ROAM
linens, insulated ATTENTION: Part time needed now to BRICK HOMEHampton Lake, 3-BR 3 full
outerwear),, fabric Chickensand new. December demonstrating Christmas baths, 2 car garae shop boat house attack squadrons. Call toll free 40 Acres Rd. 230 $100,000.

ducks also Across from Indian Decor. New party plan. Earn good shady lot 964-44658/29 2lpd 9/5 1-800-521-1316 for further information 36.43 Acr. Brownlee Rd.-Owner financing $82,233.

River Fruit Market on 301 South. 8/29 money receive free training free use 2-BR FRAME HOUSEiAIr, screened porch 8/29-9/26
20 Acres NE 13th St. (near Ctry. Club) $50,000.
Itchg of $300 kit. Chance to win trips and car port nice shady lot, $25.000.

FINAL MOVING SALE: Thurs. only 9.3 N. prizes. Work own hours. Call Terri! 9646827. 8/29 Itpd 20.16 Acres off Morgan Rd. well, septic, barn $50,000

Grove St., Lawtey. 8/29 Itpd 1.373-0860 Collect. 8,2 8/29 LOG HOMESOver 40 rustic model. to 10.93 Acres Flume Rd. to Ctry. Club 49000.
MACHINIST Must be skilled in print choose from. Send for free brochure.

reading lathe work layout operation, Honest Abe Log Homes, Route One, S392X--3 BR. 1% BA., block' In 10 Acres South of Waldo (off Hwy 301)) 30000.

BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES and finishing. 4 y.. min. exp. re Box 84CF, Moss, Tennessee 38575. Parkwood S/D $39,500. 15 Acres Hampton State Rd. 18 $33,000.

quired. Exc. benefits call Aero Corp. 1(615)258-3648.( ) I386X--3 BR, I'/t BA., frame near 4 3/4 Acres Rd. 230A & Wilson Rd. 12000.
752-7911 242
ext. for
apt. EOE/M/F/H. Southside Elem. School, corner lot
BUSINESSES FOR SALE: Over 1,000 for 23400.

sale by owners. We guarantee we will Typists Secretaries Needed Now. Call FOR SALE /388X--Small frame, 3 BR, 1 BA In 1.37 Acres South on Road 100 $5,000A
sell your business or find you one. No Kelley Services. 371.1913 EOE. 8/29 tfn Lawtey $7500.

brokers or commissions, Coll SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER: High school 4U02--1 BR, 1 BA., frame, Raiford LOT FOR YOUR MONEY
HOME N.Stark. .
14049518444.( ) graduate. Must type. Bookkeeping experience Hwy.
CENTRAL FLA LANDMARK BUSINESS 7 or training desirable .. Come see Ray Gouln, formerlyof 12500. Hampton Oaks $5,000 Crosby Lake $25,000
4405-3 BR 2 BA., block encl. ,
lake for the garage
however will Chevy-Olds bargains.We
; train ambitious
Established appli Lk. VIII.
yrs. grossing over Saratoga Heights area $38,900. Kingsley $5,500 Ctry Club Ests.$9,500
and used
cant. Call Frank Young for Interview. buy move
500000. Highway 441 frontage. Turnkey 964.51398/2911chg I 964-4414 or 964.4178.4/26 tin 399-3 BR 1 BA., block fenced corner Bessent & Mimosa $6,900 Five Oaks $10,000
$300,000. Terms Call
((305)299.7102) after 7:30 p.m. BABYSITTER: In our home from 8 a.m. to FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In lot Ch/2 wall units, shaded lot, Bradford ViII. $7,000 Southgate ((2 Lots) $12,000
5 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. for our 2 good to exc. cond. $2700.4500 each 39900.
daughters, 19 mon and 8 yrs. old. Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park Cherry & Washington $7,500 Crosby Lake $17,000

BOATS Call 4682220. 8/29 Itpd 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. Check on our commercial Investments * *
CRUISE SHIP JOBS) Great Income paten- IS USED MOBILE HOMES: Mak. offer on for Highway commercial EVENINGSBILL

BOATS 118i foot |let must sacrifice tial. All occupations. For Information one or all. Olin' Mobile Home Sales. Mobile Home Parks, Act. DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964 4319

$2000. 1-Fishing boat with new* motor call 312.742.8620 ext. 362. 8/29.9/19 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg ""N.T.mpl.Av.. IRVING CLARK.JR.964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121
$2000. 964.5274 8/22.29 2tchg REAL ESTATE LICENSING In Lake City. '73 CHAMPION 12dSII.BDRM. 25 ft. living Storke. 3201 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 944 7454
9 1/2 HP JOHNSON OUTBOARD: Good Call 1.755.4040 North Fla. Real Estate room, new, panelling insullation G STROUTREALTY
cond. $300. 964.8929 or 431.1744 8/29 College. 8/15 tfn and carpet. 9x10' closet and storage

Itchq HAIRCUTTER NEEDED Fla. licensed Lots room. Newly, tiled bathroom.
RANGER BASS BOAT 140 hp Mercury of walk-ins rent a chair. Hairplanes $4,000.00964-4403. Itchg12x7B INCO rOATID
,Motor stainless steel prop drive-on 964.46458/158/222tchg CATALINA MH 3BR. 2BA. well-' .10.18 LAVERN H. OUTLAW

trailer mercury thruster trolling MOVIE JOBS: In studio or on location. kept. Total elec. heat and air, new 964-S931 T 473-3096:
motor depth finder, exc. condition Exciting career potential. All positions range, carpet Skirted .screened '+ Broker
$6,500.. call 473.2026.8/29 Itpd Call 602.829.6865, ext. 236 8/22 8/29 porch aluminum awning 10x20 carport Il REALTOR lies. 964.5478

'13 STUMPKNOCKER II BASS BOATi 14' POOLE TRUCK LINES INC.ils hiring long and 9x10 storage bldg. 964-6790 AssociatesDAVID

w/40 h.p. mercury. Has trolling motor haul truck drivers with good records. after 4 p.m. 8/29 1tpdCOMMERCIAL
depth finder swivel seats, live and dry FLORILANDREALTY L. DODGE
Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241
well and trailer. Call
8/29 Detroit Blvd? Pensacola FL. PROPERTY Res. 964-5370
2tpd 9/5 KAY WATERS
FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES"NEED 964.7700 964-4522 R.., 964-o941

A TUTOR" All subjects K-8. Cer- SALE OR LEASE IN STARKE Two V.rxle 91 P.N.O*>m ...Are...'.011 STARKE FL. a Your Full Service
TRAILERS. TRAILERS TRAILERS: 5'x8' tilled ieach.r, 533.2901 after 7 story building 7500 sq ft on corner of Jay Tharalon A. xlol. Real Estate Office
utility trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer 8/22 IfnCLIFF'S p.m. Call A Thompson Sts., needs remodeling. Across from

f' $1,700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16'lawn Call| Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. Norman' Market "We Do Appraisal
DIESEL REPAIRS 24 hr. road
trailer/ $1.125; 10' lawn single axle service 5/30 tfn |.U Acre $1900 p.r acre. St. Rd. 100] U.S. 301 South
Spec. In Cummins, Mac
trailer, $87B;-16'car, hauler ,,- i frontage I
$1,150; 6 Detroit. 4737143. 6/27 tfn. I ATTENTION Builder. Developer. Investors 37 lot subdivision
BA.I with -\, mile
ft. BR 3
ramp, $100. Olln't Mobil. Ham.C.nt.r. |.WORTH CONSIDERING, 4 ,
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED! All LOST/FOUND I paved road. 600' from city limit. Priced to sell. Owner financed.
Rd. 100 1/10 tfn makes cleaned oiled and adjusted, larea with BBQ grill-super entertelning. I COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST. Beautiful spacious ((1932 sq. ft.) 3 BR, 2'/a' BA
$15. Used sewing machines for sale. j home on 6 acre. This home I.I beautifully landscaped, 2288
COPY MACHINES Canon for r.nt or LOSTRed mare horse, man. clipped Some owner financing I II approx. sq ft., outbuildings iI
sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon and James Strickland 16 Starke.corner Morgan Rd. back hoof old and split. If found call .S2 Acres w/nlce.home, paved Rd., 2] I other ammenltles too numerous to mention. Must be seen to believe; I II
home or office copier, $999; Conan office Hwy. 964.8733.1/03 tfn Jail House in Starke. 8/B tin flsldes.B 128500. Additional Acreage Available

copier $1399. R.nt to own for a* CHAIN estimates LINK FENCE Installed Free LOSTiWallet Hampton City area .)> Acres paved Rd., 2 .,d..., | IN TOWN ft CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING: 3BR, 2BA. 1812 sq. 'ft., CH&A. 1

little a* $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP Owner HanHy-Man RetMiih Fence Co. Reward offered call eves 964.7005. .Ill Acres Graham or_. | fireplace, microwave, dishwasher, more. Beautiful on inside $63,900 I
Tommy ,
110 W. Call St.,. Stark. 964.5764.7/21 tfn 9648559.329 / Itchg .114 Acres Union Co. Owner will] 1 OWNER FINANCED; 3BR. 2 BA CHftA on approx. 2 acres In city. $51'500: I.
tfnELECTRONIC WANT TO DRINK LOST DOG Black male Labrador hold Mtg. St. Rd. It I I LOVELY BRICK RAMBLER 3 BR. 2 BA; CHA A on 1.15 acres In Parkwood subdivfslon j

ORGANi $49.99 per month. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Retriever named Magnum 60 Ibs., .11 Acr.* S Union Co.. Owner will] | Priced below appraised valu. at 57800. I
: No down payment. Call 964.6946.4/04 WANT TO STOP? wearing blue collar; Disappeared Aug. Shield Mig. St. Rd. It f 1 3 ACRE MINI FARM-HOUSE RANCH land In pasture 3 BR, 2 BA, abundance ol j

I i tfn > THATSOURS i?; 23. Coll 473-49J7. Itchg 8/29 H.J Acre 476 ft. on 391 S of Storke I II.Lot I kitchen cabinets and counter space, plus many other .ammenltles. See It'and i
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: A* low a* Alcoholics Anonymous acres from Waldo Flee Mid. | you'll love It, 64900. 1 1I

$14.99 per month Call 964.6946.04 964.4150.961-dN4-961.6119 '. ItSO* i' 47f I EXCELLENT LOCATION Brick 3BR, 2BAeaMn kitchen 'LR, DR. sun porch carport -] I.
tin pd thru 11/1$' :;i Subscribe Today I .Small hailer I lot.'Owner financing I |' S more on 100x300 lot chain link fenced back yard. Buy now for $49,900 i''
Doors, window., BRADFORD COUNTY Ilk Bldg 3 stores under roof. I *We building acreage financed.
1 arrow, signs complete.
**\S2S monthly. Lighted, no arrow $237. 964 etc..6078.JACKSON Orders BUILDING also taken SUPPLY Li Lake. TELEGRAPH .'\ Small Bldg.. good er_. Ideal forj 1 1 We'nvlte'nquirl.s On Our Other Properties. '

i Warranty. W.II not be undersold! See Butler, 496 3079 and, Keystone heights, '':,! "964-W05 most any bu lnei.._ I Thinking' oj Buying Or Silling Call Us. I

'sKolly.( I ,800> 423-0163 anytime! 4734973. 2 26 tIn '" ..,' .' ...... I -.:..,,'-"y .

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II Starke Ads.

I Union County Ads '' I PARK
.. Bass Tracker 15 foot 40 HP. Mercury, I month for '1, or :2 adults. No Pete
-- electric start trolling motor depth FOR Deposit required. Stork. KOA Kam- Construction. Company]

CARS & TRUCKS finder many other extras, call PLANS Custom phone pground. Hwy 301 S. 964-84S4 8/8 tin
PERSONAL SERVICES 96.3009.8/15 3tchg 8/29 Mocclenny 1-259-35387/11 4tchg HOUSE 3BR 1BA carpet air stove,

Price War Deluxe flashing arrow sign ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN xefrlg, garb dlsp., no pets 300 mo. Has Moved to NewLocation
1972 Ford'F'100 Pick-up V-8 Roll-bor $259 complete. ($25 monthly). Lighted Call for apolnt.
LAKE CITY 1 deposit.
whit. spoke rims, $850. Call ...96.31..3.olt.r $237. Nonllghted $189.However .
arrow tfn
6 P.M. Itchg. 829Mutt Package deal: 2" or 4" well waterpumps no water Marine fish birds, puppies 13058698785.
will not be undersold by furnished
,kittens and supplies. Ten KITCHENETTES 2 completely
Sell 1980 new Installation of septic pet percent
Plymouth Champ. Power anyone) See locally Warranty. Fac off with this ad. 7/11 utilities Included. 964-7184 8/8 tfn Industrial
tanks, drain fields and lift station. 4tehg 301 South
((..ring and brok... Air
AM/FM Cassette conditioning. Mobile home poles available. All workguaranteed. tory: 1(800)( ) 423-0163. anytime. itchy GRAPESi U Pick open every day 7 a.m. FOR RENT 4 BR, 2 BA heat Ig. porch
stereoploneer( ). Call Dortnan 8/29 tll dark. Lilly Vineyards 12 miles East of office In back laundry & wash room
4-sped overdrive, tinted{ window. Tommy takeover Park
2752151. tfn9/l Piano Wanted: Responsible party to Keystone Heights on 100 Coral Farm appoint only. 964-6369 tfn
$2,100 or OMum povm.nh(12( remainIng spin.t-conole piano. Easy term PRIVATE BATH 4403J
Rd. 659.2121 8/15 tfn NICE ROOM
call 431-1133 Tanks Installed
) Itchq. 8/29 Credit Septic
Can be seen locally Write: tin
and Also firewood oak and EVERY FRI AND SAT NIGHTi
pruning. Manager P. O. Box 612 Astor Fl. Beginning 8/30 7:30 across from ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS! at 314 hTemple Fill Dirt 5 Load or More
HOMES FOR SALE pin. for tale. Call Thomas Nettles : pm
32002. 8/22 2tchg. 8/29 downtown Stark,.
Avenue In
4963823. tfn 1222Experienced Waters Market In Lawtey: cabinets, Spread Free
Mom will Camper Fits big trucks and long bed mini shelving furniture and misc. 8/22-9/22 $50.$75 week Including utilities. Ncdeposits Gravel
GOVERNMENT HOMES From $1, (U Dependable trucks. Stepslde or fleet side. $1,200 or 964.5139 or 964-6564 Top Soil Llmerock |
repair). Also delinquent tax proper/ babytlt{ (any age) Mon.-Fri. Call Jonlc.No.g.l. best offer. Will consider trod. Call. 4tpd TFN required 9/5 Pick-Up or Delivered
2 1200 MUD TIRES mounted 8/29 2tchg
Call 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for In. 496-3923 8/15 3tchg 8/29
after 6 P.M. B/22 8/29 furnished1BR .
964-4718 2tchg.
formation. 8/29 8tpd 10/17 Will Babysit Will serve breakfast lunch 16x5 rim good condition $225.00
30 CallonElectrlc water heater Like location. Colcollect
log Hornet Over 40 rustic models to and snack call 4962282. Ask for B.lly.IIpd.829 4962356. 8/29 Itchg apts., 964.5115.964.4488VACUUM
new. Call..96.39..5 Itpd. 8/29 SAVE $300-$500 PER YEAR: on everday 68.1115.8/29 2tchg 9/5
from. .
choose S.nd for Fr. ,
Couch Colonial style-brown vinyl. $25. item.vitamins, mak.-up, cleaners, BRICK HOME 3.BR, 2-BA at County
Ab. Log Hornet, Rout. On., Two lamps. $5 each call 431-1208 alter Den Fireplace, Central .
REAL ESTATE toothpaste, etc. Join our wholesale Club. Has LR DR
Box B4CF Matt, Tennessee 38575.
5:30 P.M. Itpd. 8/29 buying club. Call for free brochure Heat/Air garage. Call 964-880'
16152583648.( ) Itchq. 8/29
OUT OF AREA Guns In new to excellent condition. 7823790. 8/29 Itpd 8/29 2tpd 9/5

BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Browning BLR243 swivels and sling GRAVELY MOWER: Commercial $550.00: MH on GRIFFIS LOOP $145/mo. plus
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO $300. with 3X9VARIX11 Leupolo Scope also 15 used file cabinets 9645184. $100 security deposit. 9648704. 8/2'<
PERTVT If I don't hove It. I'll find It. Just $535.; Winchester 9422MXTR and 8/29 tpdCHECKOUT Itchg

ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. swivels $275. with 2X7VARIX11 COUNTERS ea., $50 ea.: 8' 2-BR HOUSE Furnished In Grahan
Central Florida Landmark Business 496-2126 or 496-2903 .v... "YOUR Leupolo scope $475; Browning 22 Auto fluorescent light fixtures $10 and $12 $200/mo. and $100. deposit. 964-4908
S.v.n years .established grossing ov.r UNION COUNTY REALTOR.:' tfn rifle break down model I $235; Savage ea.: used bulbs $1.50 ea. 9645184. 8/29 trod
$500,000. Highway 441 frontage. TurnKey Land For Sale Approximately 3 acres fox model B12GA. 30 In. B $275: 8/29 SALE

300000. T.rms. Call Partically wooded well and septic Savage fox model I B20GA. 26 In. B FOOD MIXER W/attachments and bowl

((305)299.7102) after 7:30: P.M. Itchg. tank mobile homes okay. Hale and $275; Model 1873 45-70 Trapdoor Springfield and stainless stand $250., countertopgas PART-TIME NEW & USEDWe

8/29 Associates Real Estate, Inc. Call bayonet and scabbard serialNo. grill 24 in. $125.; elec. deep fryer
Ov.r 1,000 Businesses for saleby 496-3939 or 462-3068. chg. tfn 89817 mode 1877 graded NRA 18 In. wide, $125.; large 2 compartment National apparel Finance Our Own
ownert. W. guoront. we will tell North Carolina Mountains New two fine. Call 4962001. Itpd. 8/29 stainless steel sink $175.; plus seeks KIRBYS
your business or find you one. No bedroom cedar homes land water other Items 964.5185.9/29 Itpd company ROYALS

brokers or commission. Call electric heat rock firplace, deck for GOLDSPOT FROSTLESSREFRIGERATORFREEZER reliable individualto EUREKAS
1(404)951-8444.( ) Itchg. 8/29 $38,500. We ore developing 1.400 Steve BroadwayTREE : with IIOOVERS

acres surrounded by rivers and lakes. service storesin
Icemoker. Gold. $300. 964 5944. 8/29 ELECTROLUX
Pick and choose your spot nowl $4,000 SERVICEIs Itchg local area. One FILTER QUEENS
p.r acre. ERA Duncan Realty 124 NowBROADWAY GARBAGE DISPOSAL Smoker ladles SEARS
Sell' 198214'x56'2 bedroom bath Highway 64W. Murphy N.C. 28906. bike, hairdryer yard swing WI canopy, day per month. Car COMMERCIALWe
extras. Just of
many$14,500 or refinance.assume Must mortgage be mov.d. Free 8/29 brochure. 18004388196.( ) Itchg. & WALTERS gym set, bird cage dishwasher required. No selling. repair all makes
vacuum cleaner guitar Polaroid
May consider rent to own. For more Information Brooks County 87A Highway 76 frontage Removal camera 964.8995 ask for Judy. 8/29 Send letter or resume to AI Young'sSince
call 496-3206 after 6 P.M. remodeled 2-bedroom 1-bath Trimming Itpd

1tpdB/29 den fireplace, country kitchen pecan COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke Service Rep 1957
24'x 60' Mobil. Homeon 1 acre, 2 miles Stump Removal
trees, barn, tenant house.
Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212. 2102 Belvedere
from town. 25000. owner flnonc. $112.000 neg. Ed Greenleaf Rt. 2. Box Firewood 11/24 tfn 964.6918

call 496-2143 Itpd. 8/29 213 Morven Ga. 31638. Call ((912)) ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3.000/installed Ave., Charlotte
Free Estimate 3 Miles north of
2635103. Itchg. 8/29 3.500 dealer 90".964.56066/27 ttnchq
MISCELLANEOUSMarriage N.C. 28205.
Land for Sole J.D. Knight Estate 413 473.4732 473-7679' Starke on US 301
of beautiful first timber EOE 8/29
Probl.m.con b. solved! Six acres growth FOR RENT
Union County 4 miles N.W. of Lake After 5 P.M.
co...".". Ideal for newlyweds If
Butler Also 27 acres for sale on MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK
t h.lp bock. Nothing tolose
mon.y Keystone Heights
Suwannee Mobile Homes and for rent.
River Lafayette County spaces
) $25.00. Visa and Master Cord
cepted. Call (9048246414.) Itchg. 8/29 ac: Fla. Call Dewltt Knight, after 6 P.M.. Licensed & In ured Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Your Newest Suzuki Dealer i
( 8/29 964.7498.9/16 tfn
learn. Auto Mechanics Brick and block
masonry welding small,gat engineer and remodel to suit your needs. StarkeU.S.
marine repair and electronics In Suzuki
Call 964-6305 ask for John. 3/07 tfn
Inc. i iElectrical
classes at Lake City Community Col. Bargain mile
lege. Day or night classes are starting. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. I
from Stork limits. Clean. No South 964-6020
Call 752.1822 for Information. Itchg. Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. city 301
829Learn Complete Insurance Servlc., tfn B Plumbing 1 children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call.
468.132310/7 tfn
Lawn Mower Repair Outboard Mobile Home Supplies On
motor repair at Lake City Community HELP WANTEDPoole Paneling B Cabinets Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call

College on Wednesday nights. Three 2 Commercial Makers 964.7530 or ..68.132310/07 tfn
hour classes start September 11 for 12
weeks. Register first night. Call Truck Line, Inc. Is hiring long haul Makes 350 Ibs. a Day STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly 9
truck drivers with good records Must rates. Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple
for Information.
752-1822 Ext. 239 Capacity
be 23. Apply In person at 2241 Detroit Ave. 7/28 tfn
Itchg. 8/29 Blvd., Pensacola Fl. Itchg. 8/29 964-6670301>> South NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 wuxt

FOR RENT I BA apt. For more Information call Lake
<;M1IR'1IR<;M!<;MMcM'M; ; ';MM.r.r.r Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity
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central heat and air large yard. Call Southern Villas I iOMOMO bOMG O '

431-1039 Itchg. 8/29
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call 964-6385 or 4962751. $275 available with central heat/air Soon
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J. WEAVER 964-4214 964-7295 Reserve Your Space Now

PAINTING 8/29tfn Morning Evenings By calling 164-9949 Doug GRAND OPENING SOON

475.2280 1 1 1jj C&C Mini Storage I I IMP 1981 GS 1000 . . . . . 2895

ur %jr %jr v. U.S. 301 S. Starke \
INTERIOR EXTERIOR fanef // 178 actual miles, full warranty

FURNITURE REFINISHING I Starling Used 125 4 Wheeler . . . . $600

Realtor Roberts Real Estate

QUALITY WORKMANSHIPFREE .11 ACRESWell septic tank. 986 N.Temple Ave. Starke FL Used Jr. 50 Suzuki . . . . $350

1 pond/open air barn. $33.500 964.6262

ESTIMATES *5 ACRES: $12.500; 10 ACRES -,

1 25000..4.87 ACRES Excellent:Well Terms.septic tank 17x35( JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. I

QUALITY I Talman pool fenced/cross-fenced./ Central heat and air, carport. $49,500. ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. 1-T.:

,25000. COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301' with 589

TREE SERVICE *4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12,500. plus feet on the highway and: 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building. RealtorFormerly ,
I $ Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500.
"Quality Work Beautiful Call for details. FAULKNER REALTY t..". .;
12 ACRE: Old farm house. 0
in a rapidly 221 W. Lafayette Street I''
Reasonable Prices"Fully Oaks 32500. 640 ACRES Excellent development property -

Licensed and Insured >OLD BUILDING: In Lawtey $8500.00 ( growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that Mon.-Frl. ':30 a.m.-6.00 S: p.m. /
I Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m.
Serving Bradford Co. for 14 Years >''LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE $1200.00' per acrell.WATERFRONT !.

"The One to Call Before They Fall" *50 Ac. $50.000. 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin 964.5065 -
>3BR 2BA Beaut. Land Scoped Lot. ( the lake.
t collage with all rooms overlooking ,J
Lake. Summer ha'
473-2914 \39500. Hwy 16 West. RENTALS AVAILABLE
will fast at 57500. .;.:.-
2BR 2BA: In the Country. 29900. Lg. screened porch. This one go .n

964.5647 MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out-

((904))782-3931 buildings including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of I Block off Call St., 1.27 acres with 2BR I BA.
P.O. Drawer M ''it Looking for r.ntollncom. ask about 2MH on 1 acre lots. S. 301 and CR 227.

301 S. possibilities.. it Want a good buy? Owner anxious to sell 2BR 1 /, BA on 1 acre. Hwy 16W.

APPRAISAL SERVICE *"Price Reduced for Quick Solo". Owner anxious to sell 2BR IBA, CH&A.carp.t. ,

COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED paneling, telling fans, 1 blk off Call St.
lawteLEflfcn George W. Roberts Jr. Broker '* Providence: CR 241A: 3BR 2BA Norweigen brick CHSA 1 acre lot 41x40

I End of Season Special Terry A. Gaines! CSM, Salesman workshop with DBL garage. 5.31
fruit trees workshop
Nationwide swimming pool company '*You wont It? Everything you need fishpond
1440 ft. In developing area
Inground pools.Wants acres sq.
1915 quality and .
has new Florida stone fireplace .p.okflrsvst.m
Executive charm: room
for display pro
homesltes make this unique home perfect for entertaining. Call now.
gram. Great Saving for homeownerswho ice 1222 ft. 3 year old home on 4 56 acres. $40,000 and you'll be in
qualify. New pool concept and OrnuI Best Buy: sq.

best warranty In business. 10074 It. Best choice for quiet exclusive neighborhood. Buildinglot
financing. Immediate credit I *Excellent location:
Certified In- 2l with owner financing.
available. Florida Stat. Owner will finance balance Well septic
I *Move tomorrow: 20 pct. plus pump.
Bonded. Aero Around the
sued Collect and electric in place for mobile I home lot Iocr. more or less.
t 399-5685 'Tapar corner from boat ramp.
*You'll love this price. $1350 per acre. Won't last long.

DANIEL CRAPPS AGENCY INC. Super savings Hwy 301 property In the heart of Starke ONLY available$25,000.with
I out. Financing
r ALL OFFICE SERVICES You need this home If you're just starting

Transcribing your cassettes or mine Ballet Route 13, Box 1166, US 90 West minimum amount down. beautifulview.

y iTyping I.".". Any printed Form, Lake City, Florida 32055 Cool It with this home on Little Lake Geneva. 2 Lots Included

Call today.Washington .
Student papers. (904) 755-5110
i Resumes Individual. St.: A lot for a little, "8R. 2 BA.

Businesses or- Consultation to set up a Walnut St.: Living space plus 2 rentals. Help make your payments.

Bookeeplng, posting-weekly or monthly *Lovely 3BR 2 BA In country. Hwy 100W. Spacious rooms, beautiful fireplace,
: system Call for a showing.
'shade trees, many extras. Medical or Accounts Winter's School Dance *4 ACRE LOT ON 239.A overlooking a beautiful rolling countryside. Nicely *Westmoreland St. Well built CB, 3BR 1 BA, hardwood floors good location
Billing this lot ONLY $12,900
Wooded lot. Build that new home on
:P Receivable Classes Now FormingDon't Business, 4 BR Dbl-Wide Home PLUS 10 walk to everything In town. Peace and
SERVICES *SLAUGHTER HOUSE Meat Wrapping New 3BR 2 BA 14 wide MH on 1 acre. Must see to appreciate.
I ( Be Left Out) acres of land for only $100,000

I Temporary or Permanent Employment Call Now_ *COOL LIVING In this special-order mobile home on a 2 acre wooded lot. Just 'quiet breezes on 7.1 acres In the Lawley area with a newer 3BR 2 BA
: breezes from the large oaks as sit on the cool, *Country
n.eds' For Info: 964-6792 off SR18. Feel those gentle you home. 2 ponds stocked.
Call us for your employment screened porch) 32500. Excellent business location an 301. A bargain of less
W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICEt or 964-7098 *CLEAN.AND NEAT AS A WHISTLE) This 3 BR :2 BA, home located just off *Just what you need.

t PERSONNEL SERVICES' \ Age 4 & Up'Doroth 239-A on 6 acres of land. Two barns included with this home, a closed barnS than $300 a front foot.

211 S. Walnut Street Storke (904)) Salazar on open born. This home has rooms that could turn this home Into a 6 BR *lovely 3BR 2BA in country Hwy 100W. Spacious rooms, beautiful{ fireplace.

'U-7777 home Ideal for those large families. 81000. extras Call for a showing.
L .J'I *120 ACRES OP EXCEL. FARMLAND Two 60 acre tracts of land. A nice fishing shade trees Rd.,.many 20 mini farm with cute 2BR house, workshop; plenty of bearing

t pond Is I located on 'one 60-acre tract. Just off 239A. All 120 acres for |lust *Rising trees, pasture, fenced 2 dug ponds. Owner financing. -

120000. pecan St.Well built C/B 3BR,1 IBA hardwood floors, good location.
MULCH *1UY A PIECE OF PARADISE. Gorgeous 2.5 to 5 acre lots In the Providence town
CYPRESS everything
Walk to
I area. Heavily wooded. Excellent homesites. Only $3,000 per acre. New 3BR. 28A 14 wide MH on a acre. Must see to appreciate/peace and

Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR
wooded lot.
*1.74 ACRE LOT ON TIGER LAKE In Suwonnee County.
Sales Manager Evenings
Nice quiet neighborhood. Tiger Lake Estates. $12,000
? pick-op or We S TO 300 ACRES I 100 acres In 5 year old pines. Just north of White Spring. 100 REALTOR ASSOCIATES Elise Johns 5332816Suzanne

Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery acres wooded acreage and 100 acres subdivided Into lots of S acres or more. IreneL.Kitchens Faulkner 964-7630 964-5142 Bob Matthews 964-7281

: .But the. whole 300 acres or just a part. All 300 acre for only $330.000.
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i 1 Sore 752."" Carol Warner 964-4992-Property Manaaer
: 964-6649 Gale Bartlett: .* .277' Jor".r Appraisals

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Pate l 11

1 Obituaries ,
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: James F. Stroble Baxley, and Myrtle Griffin, all of James Franklin Wingate .. Rev. Dale Bradley and Rev. E.L. Born in Blacksburg,VA,Mr. Snider and Andrew Snider of Roanoka, VA.
James Wick Stroble, resident Baxley, Ga., and Sadie Carter; along ', Bradley officiated. Burial was in lived in Virginia until moving to Funeral services were held Aug. 23
of 254 Westmoreland Trailer Park, with 31 grandchildren, 52 great- James Franklin Wingate, 73, of Rt. Hope Cemetery. Jones Funeral Homeof Florida 17 years ago. He was a meat In the chapel of Archer Funeral Home
.: Starke, died! Tuesday l August 13, at grandchildren and a host of great- 1, Keystone Heights died Aug. 22. Starke was in charge of ar cutter for Spires IGA Store In Lake in Lake Butler with Rev. Donald
Born July 26, 1912 in Nassau County

;. the Bradford County Hospital follow- great-grandchildren and step- Mr. Wingate retired rangements. Butler for several years before his Dalton officiating. Graveside services -
: ing an extended illness. He was born grandchildren. Southern was a retirement. He was an Air Force were held Aug. 26 at Westview
and raised in Berrin Funeral services were held August Railroad Company veteran and member Cemetery in
a of
County, Ga. and Mason the Blacksburg, VA. Archer
employee, a Baptist, member of Douglas Snider
27 in a
moved to Starke about 12 the Jones Funeral Chapel in Lutheran Church. Funeral Home of Lake Butler
was in
where he has resided since.years He ago Starke. Burial was in Kingsley Lake Riverviedw Masonic Lodge No. 306 in Mason Douglas Snider, 68, of Rt. 2, Survivors include four brothers: charge of local arrangements. Hoy
employed as a carpenter and was was Cemetery. Jacksonville, and a member of the Lake Butler died Aug. 19 at his home Jewel Snider, Millard Snider, and Funeral Home of Blacksburg handled
member of the Church of Christ in a Riverview Order of Eastern Star. after a brief illness. Curtis Snider, all\ of Blacksburg. VA, arrangements there.
Survivors include
Starke. Elmer William Moennig a daughter,
Judith W. Arzie of I --
He is survived by his wife Mr. Elmer William Moennig, 69, of Keystone Heights;
Mrs. Con-
a son, Robert O. Bud of
( )
. nie Stroble of Keystone died 24 in Wingate KILL INSECTS
Starke; a daughter, Heights August Tampa, a sister, Mildred Hayes of and WEEDS
Sherry Stroble, a son, Brad Stroble Alachua General Hospital in LORIDA
,. both of Starke; his mother Mrs. Martine Gainesville following a long illness. Wingate Jacksonville of Kings and Ferry a brother, Fla., Claude PEST BEFORE YOU PLANT USE
Stroble Born 6,1915 in Leona,
; a sister, Mrs. Roseann on September
Thompson, Burns, Tenn.; and two Kansas, Mr. Moennig was retired in Funeral Mill Creek services Road were Cemetery held Aug. 24 in ONTROL VAPAM SOIL FUMIGANT
brothers, James Hodges of Memphis, from the U.S. Postal Service and wasa Callahan. Masonic Rites ad- t.mntw
Tenn. and John Bull of Nashville, member of St. James Lutheran
Tenn. Church, New Haven, Ind. ministered at graveside. Jones Kills Nematodes Most Weeds Fungus and Soil Diseases.
Funeral Home of
Funeral services were on Thursday, Survivors include his wife, Juanita in charge of arrangements.Keystone Heightswas 539 E. Call St Starke Allows better growth & yield. Use 2-3 weeks before plant-
August 18, at the Archie Tanner Moennig; two sons, Lunn W. Moennigof ing vegetables flowers etc. Gallon treats 400sq. ft.
Funeral Home, with Bro. Jack Bell, Colorado Springs, Co. and MichaelW. Sidney Woodrow Griffis, Jr. Open 9 am 6 pro
and Bro. Robert Bell officiating. Moennig of San Angelo, Texas; a
Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetary, brother, Ed H. Moennig of Ft Wayne, Sidney Woodrow Griffis, 42,of Rt. 3, 964-5745 Quart Gallon
with Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Ind.; a sister, Clara Lovgren of Starke, died Aug. 22 in Bradford
Starke in charge of Camdenton, MO.; six grandchildren Hospital following a sudden illness.
arrangements. Services were held Aug. 27 in Jones Born July 5, 1943 at Lake Geneva, $89
Funeral Home Chapel in Keystone Mr. Griffis was an electronic and $789
Ventrice Samuel O'Steen Heights. Rev. Buddy Friedlm of-, computer technician, an 11 year VAPAM
ficiated. Jones Funeral Home was in veteran of the National Guard, and a
Mr. Ventrice
Samuel O'Steen, 74 of member of Hope Baptist Church. '
Providence died Tuesday morning charge of services. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. TREES Reg. 4.49 Reg. 13.49

after an apparent heart attack. Mr. Thomas Bradford Rogers Barbara Bradley Griffis; two sons:
O'Steen was born in Union Co. where Stacey Griffis and Stanley Griffis of
he Thomas Bradford Rogers, 84, died
was a lifelong resident. He
was a Starkp; two sisters: Carole Griffis of
retired Cottage Parent at Sunland Aug. 23 in Whispering Pines Care
Starke and Brenda Jackson of Ger
Training Center in Gainesville. He Center in Starke following a lengthy many. Peach tIa

was a member of the Old Providence illness. Funeral services were held Aug. 24
Baptist Church.He Born Sept. 29, 1900 in Faceville, in a
Hope Baptist Church in Theressa. Front & Rear Tine Tillers
is survived by his sister Mrs. Ga., Mr. Rogers was a long time resident
Ruby Ward of Lake Butler and of Quitman, Ga. and moved four P NOW SALE PRICED ,
several nieces and nephews. years ago to Faceville. He was a ear "
Funeral services will be held Thurs- retired logging and pulpwood con- FLA.TWIN THEATRE $9Q Off Model! SP5

day,Aug. 29, at 2 p.m. at the Old Providence tractor. Starke 964.5451 5 HP Front Tine Tiller with
Surviving is one daughter, Mrs.
Baptist Church with Rev.
Walt Campbell and Rev. Ennis Jane Foster of Ross, California; three STARTS FRIDAYmam Plum Chain Drive-2 Speed
Harper officiating. Burial will followat sisters: Miss Lydia Rogers of Canyon Reg. 429.99
Old Providence Cemetary. Archer County, CA., Martha Kodalt of e
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in Melrose, and Mary Wells of Quitman, L f.Jins Sale $33999 n
charge of arrangements.Mrs. Ga. A granddaughter is Mrs. Hjalmar f I I
McMillan Wilson of Starke. \ _
Funeral services were held Aug. 26 Nectarine NO MONEY DOWN & ONLY
Alice BranchMrs.
in Greenshade Cemetery Bainbridge 51600
Alice Sydney Branch, 87, of Ga. Jones Funeral Home of I. PG-13. ] "W NNlNIlMMI FROMWARNFRSR05.. ,NAN ATIIm"'PA.Y', ... I'' month
Lawtey, died August 24 at Bradford Starke was in charge. .q.- $ 8 8
Hospital following a long illness. ,- $100 Off Model 910 Rear Tine
Friday 7:10 9:10: 4 NO MONEY
Born December 4, 1897 in Dodge ********************** 5 HP- 5 speed plus reverse 16"till
Sat., Sun. 5:10 7:10: 9:10:
County, Georgia, Mrs. Branch was a DOWN
homemaker and was a member of f Won. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:45: width reg. $749.99

Spring Branch Baptist of Baxley, Ga. PRICE | Approx. 6' TallPOULAN. $3QOOA
i 64999
Survivors include 6 daughters: 1 / i Sale
Ruby Mobley Reames of Lawtey of,Juanita Starke Strange, Louise of I/2SALE i i e *190CO Off Model 990 Rear Tine

Jacksonville Beach,Gladys Mock and 6 HP- 5 speed & Reverse. Separate
Mae Carter, both of Baxley Ga., and : ij MONEY
... tiller clutch-161/2 tractor tires,
Mavis Morris Brunswick
Ga.; 5 j DOWN*
step-sons: Joe Clements of Jacksonville Designed by American 18" till width, reg. $869.99

; Tracy, Bill, Lem, Grady, and : engIneers... builtfor $g2oo
Jim Branch, all of Baxley, Ga.; 5 dependability Sale $67999rugged
step-daughters: Mattie Bell Ellis of Friday 7:00: 9:05: American A MONTH
Bufcrd, S.C., Fay Beecher, Ruby Dell i Sal., Sun. S.OO.: 7.05: 9:10 workers by ... To Qualified Buyers
Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7.30
Ideal for
r by Alan, Liz, Wendy, Linda ::i 301 DRIVE-IN CullingAmerican t : NEW LOW PRICE!

Diane, Judy & TonyHAIRCUTSSHAMPOO ::
301 LIQUORS Plus A Free Gift with
Starke 964.7484Fri. purchasewood.
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301 N. 964-7771 Mens Reg.14 . . Now'7PERMS :: $25999No
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Men & Women sonoo :* R .OJWV
COUNTRY Reg. '50 . NOW :J PLUS 2.3 cu. in engine PLUS Free; .; -
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MUSICThurs. Offer Good for Limited Time Only ** Low kick chain Telephone. __ __
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Motor Route Available Designer! Sho. Boullgu. NeedCustom
Area Girl Scouts Card of Thanks... International Brands
In t In Starke-Lake Butler Area. ?
Loving Memory. Must have reliable Shoes at Affordable Prices Draperies
Will Register TuesdayAll transportation -
We would like to thank those who
..of a Loving Mother telephone and be able to $12,500 for Inventory ii Set Up. Call Loma
the illness and
Girl Scouts will register were so helpful during Write Bill Stephens
urea MARION JONES GNANN post a $250 cash bond deposit. Henry
Tuesday! Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. death of Earl. Barn August, 1915 Call 904.5165(8:00( : AM 5:00 PM P.O.Box 51273 496-2219
will at 7 Words are inadequate to expressour Jock .. ... .....
All registrations begin Died 17, 197B Mon.thru Fri.) or come by office, sonvill. Fl 32240 -. -- --
p.m. and the fee will again be $3. A appreciation for the food,flowers, 1605 N. Temple Ave. --
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scout must be accompanied by an prayers during our loss. Special r
adult. thanks to the Theressa Volunteer Fire lack (!I & ABBcdata. JUte
Starke registration will be in Department and the Keystone
Fellowship Hall at the First United Heights Rescue Squad. carpet (Any gag J195 Scotchgard
for -The Family of Earl Geiger Realtor/Builder
Methodist! Church. Ploaninn Room 1 Is
the surrounding area will be at Card of ThanksWe bledIIIlin B the hill of BradfordCo.
& Hall) Available I Large variety of lots & Acreage in region
j Lawtey, Hampton and Lake Butler are deeply grateful to all our Florida Carpet & Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved
elementary schools. Please go to the friends for their prayers, floral offerings Cleaning Dye roads Our community water systems Owner financing .I
location nearest your home. ,food, special music,comfor-
Palatka and
I PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe Central Gainesville, Jacksonville
Girl Scouting is broken down into ting words and all acts of kindness from $3950 to
the following grade levels which includes shown to us during the recent loss of specialize In cleaning and dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture cleanIng Starke.
, the newest member, Daisy our Loved One. and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality
: Girl Scouts who are 5 years old or in Also our special thanks to Rev.Andy Golf Course Lots
j, kindergarten; Brownies, grades 1-3; Crews and Archie Tanner work at low low prices.Call now to make an appointment. Beautiful
. Juniors, grades 4-6; Cadettes, Funeral Home for their great concern Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice from $1O,95OOPEN "
; _. grades 7-9 and Seniors, grades 1012. and assistance. CallCheck Priced
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