Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
September 5, 1985
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A new salary plan for ad- the Bradford Education Association,
i \ 4 ministrators was presented to the told the school board Aug. 29.
yw Bradford school board last Thursday -

night, Aug. 29, by Supt. Jim The New Plan...
Duncan. Based on administrative experience -
Supt Jim Duncan asked school as opposed to teaching experience -
board members to consider the pro- and a responsibility index,
; : : posal a "working document." He the new plan would give ad-
asked for no action on it Aug. 29. ministrators raises ranging from

c !r is two percent to 13 percent, but
v. bra Sept. Session... average 7.84 percent. The plan,
A special meeting is set for 7 p.m. which administrators had not seen
today (Thursday, Sept. 5) for a work as of last Thursday, would cost
( session on the new budget, of which $27,000 less than the previous ad-
A the administrative pay package ministrative package based on
l"l must be a part. The final public teaching experience.
hearing on the new school budget is Basing administrative salaries on
; set for 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9. teaching experience would have

,.. ti t f"a An executive session is set after paid some assistant principals more
or almost as much as some prin-
the Sept. 5 work session to talk
: strategy on the still unapproved cipals. Aprincipalshipcarriesmuchmore
than assistant
responsibility as -
teacher contract. School board
: members are in disagreement with ministrator.principalship, said one ad-
several items in the new contract,
Jim Duncan said he
Supt. expected -
items which some board membersfeel
4 their no action that night, as he
authority such as
usurp the for the first
presented new plan
some committee appointments.
time. School Board Chairwoman
Supt. Duncan announced Aug. 29 Patricia Spengler said she was gladhe
he had discussed the differences wanted no action that night
Ready For A New Season... with chief teacher bargainer Julie because she needed to study theplan.
Miller and came away unsure the I
The 1985-88! UI'adfol'lllligh cheerleaders are ((1-1') : Cheerleader sponsor is !Ms.Jerri Lewis, |f'Is instructor at Bradford !Middle differences were resolved. Supt. Duncan said he is concernedthat
" Bottom row : Robin Mersey. Tammy .\lOl'roPolly Griffis Captain School. Teachers approved the contract under the former plan ad- I
. Erika Omen, Shilyn Chaff Traci Rowan. The cheerleaders will be kicking their heels up at the annual preseason 197 to 1, but left authority to bargainthe ministrators in lower positions with
. Top row: Brooke Williams Terri Fender, Pam Clark, Co-Captain football jamboree in St.Augustine this Friday night and the 1985 football differences with the school boardin less responsibility, would draw
Trade Clark, Stacl Reddish Sheila Shannon. season premiers.:.See football story on Pyiif IIA., the hands of the bargaining team,
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:jr- George Bowen, the new president (See New Pay..p.2A) i
-- I noting The Jimmy and Vernon Show i

Bloodmobile... Whose Recommendations Will Be Adopted by Starke Council?

The Bloodmobile from the -
Civitan Regional Blood Center in Jimmy and Vernon locked horns prevailing opposition came from 2) To recommend what areas of 7) To make sure all recommendations through a purchasing agent and
Gainesville will be in Starke Tues- over recommendations for the city Commissioners Silcox, Travis responsibility a city manager would are consistent with the finacial have a purchase order.
day, Sept. 10. commission to improve its operationof Woods, and MayorCommissionerBobby have within the present legal struc- constraints of government.
The bloodmobile will be at the the city.It Biggs. ture, including his relationship with 6) That work orders be issued the
Division of Surplus Property on was a case of the 14-year The recommendations were the elected city clerk, chief of police, Silcox, just re-elected without opposition day before the job, so everybody
US-301 south from 9-10 a.m. and at veteran, Commissioner Vernon somewhat similar, the two were city commission, various appointed made the following recom- would know where to report to work
the Chamber of Commerce at Silcox, becoming incensed over a talking about generally the same boards, and established department mendations July 23: and what they'd be doing the next
Madison and Jefferson Streets from motion by 5-year Commissioner things, except Silcox wanted to keep supervisors. morning.
11 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. Jimmy Crosby's motion to ask a the council's discussion " 1) To not hire a city manager, as
Blue Ribbon Committee from the house." Crosby said it does any he rquested last year. 7)) That the chairman of the council -
Smooth at SFCC... Chamber of Commerce to consider organization good to periodically be 3) To present a recommended meet with the chairman of the
ways to improve the city's opera- looked at by someone other than organizational chart, with detailed 2)) That commissioners work harder. county commission once a month,
The Starke SFCC Center is looking tion. Silcox, who suggested improvements itself. Crosby suggested removingthe lines of authority and responsibility. "I don't mean we don't work hard such as a breakfast session.
more like a college campus and in the city's operation deliberations from the political now, but 1 mean to work harder,"
will look more so in the future back in July and asked the council to arena. The city needs...a real con- 4) To evaluate the cost of the proposed Silcox said July 23. Silcox Starts In...
when the parking lot is completedand think about it then, thought Crosbywas certed look by an independentgroup management system, assuring "We're discussing here the same
benches arrive for the outside. stealing some of his thunder. ," he said. it's cost effectiveness. 3)) That regular meetings be held things that have been talked about a
Students currently sit on the cur- Crosby said the council talks and The seven goals and objectives in with departments heads by the coun- lot for some time. I introduced some
bing around nearby buildings to does nothing, and said he made his Crosby's motion were: 5) To determine the qualificationsof cil member in charge of that department things along the same lines..." Com-
study. suggestions in a motion to get some a proposed city:: manager, if one is missioner Silcox said.
Rain has delayed the parking lot action. 1)) To evaluate the city's present determined to be needed. 4) That a bulletin board be kept in- The city "...has been real suc
paving, but the center director Dr. After more than an hour's "discus- management system and determineif side city hall to list employees not at cessful. I feel like we're doing a real
Bernard McFadden still looks for- sion," the council voted 3-2 to defeat the city should devise a more centralized 6)) To determine methods of rewarding work. good job."
ward to having a paved parking lot Crosby's motion, seconded by Com- form of management undera employee efficiency, including
by Sept. 20. That will relieve some missioner Charles Schaefer. The trained city manager. consideration of a merit pay system. 5) That every purchase be sent (See Commission..p.2.\)
parking congestion on Call and Jefferson -
Streets, he points out.
Furniture for the board room, a '
12 by 14 foot walnut conference
table and 25 chairs, has arrived. Fair i
The room will be offered to the Warning-
public on certain conditions.
Blinds for the classrooms still
must be installed. Furniture should

also lounge.arrive soon for the student it Wasn't Seriousrl.'his Time, But Elena Could Have Been i ;

Senior Citizens... About 50 people spent Saturdayand used if the number of people required with no indication of her furture made a hairpin turn southward ever. The Miami Beach causeway j I''
Sunday nights in local schoools more space. plans, there was little interruption in again, keeping Bradford County in wished away, the top of the Miami i
Come join in the activities of and 13 dogs had to be evacuated Red Cross bought the food via purchase the normal course of living here, range of its wind and rains for four Daily News tower was blown off, I ;
your Senior Center: needlework, from the city pound because of high orders at MacDonald's and unless you count a spoiled Labor days. 38,000 people in the area were j r
macrame, exercises, bingo, etc. water.It Sonny's Fat Boy Restaurant. Day holiday. Many plate glass win- Property damage, mostly homeless and the list of dead and in- ;
The Center is open Monday wasn't serious, but it could have Chapman the cooperationwith dows were taped when it seemed agricultural was estimated at jured ran into thousands. Property j
through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m., been. And Emergency Services all local says agencies was ex that Elena might pursue a course $650,000 in the county, and some damage was estimated at $125 I
and is located behind the new courthouse Director Cliff Chapman had his cellent. "Everybody really from Cedar Key, cross-state to 1,000 men, women and children took million. !j'
on the corner of Grand and forces on alert. An evacuation cooperated," he said, citing Radio Jacksonville. Food stores reported a refuge in school buildings the first Two years later, in 1929, another
Georgia Streets. Contact Peggy center was set up in the gym at Station WPXE, the dispatchers at mild rush on hurricanerelateditems night of the storm. Damage from hurricane came in at West Palm
Barnett, center director, 964-4545 Bradford Middle School and about 30 the county jail, the Starke Fire but wind was minimal, and rain, a total of 15 inches in four days, Beach, passing over Lake ::
for more information. people came. Some people also Department. And, all of Chapman's few sought public shelter from the accounted for most of the loss. Five Okeechobee, smashing the earthern p
came to the cafeterias at Hamptonand county fire and rescue personnelwere storm. thousand baby chicks were drownedin dykeds, flooding the surrounding i'. U
Upcoming... Brooker elementary schools. placed on alert. Once again, it appeared that one poultry farm alone. farm area and burying the town of ,
Starke Commissioner Charles Some spent Saturday Florida's ridge-like spine, extending Moorehaven under a wall of water. ; I
The Board of Governors of the Schaefer had to evacuate the dogs in night with persons friends or in local motels, through this area from the Georgialine Florida Although, two far of from the most here harrowing, in South An estimated 2,500 persons were : J
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com the city pound when water rose up which were mostly full. to the mid-Florida highlands is in because of drowned. ;
merce meets at 12:30: today into their the safest to be in time of hurricanes memory,
p.m. cages. The dogs were Residents also bought storm place '
Bradford Coun- 'j
number of
(Thursday, Sept. 5) in the Chamber boarded with local veterinarian Bob at local grocery stores in case coastal floods and winds. the tians large living in that area, were the The Worst Ever... [ i
building on the corner of Madisonand Mullins at $2 per day per dog electricity service was interupted, Only twice in the past hundred Miami-Fort Lauderdale storm of The most Intense storm of this cen- : ;..
Walnut Street.* ''II* Starke. "I hope the people don't think we which it never was. years has Bradford County been 1926, and the Lake Okeechobee- tury came on Labor Day 1935 when : r''
The Bradford County Commission SR-121 outside Brooker closed winds clocked at from 200 to 250 mph : f'
cried 'Wolfl' for no reason, and was directly trageted by a hurricane. Moosehaven flood that took some
is set to meet in regular mon won't respond next time" Chapman for a time due to the overflowing Once in the "Big Storm" of 1896 2,500 lives in 1928. slammed into the Florida keys. An :
thly session at 9:30: a.m. Monday, worries. There were some momentsof Santa Fe River. West Market Roadin when the western part of the countynow One of the few "Extras" ever entire passenger train carrying :
Sept. 9, in the meeting room in the doubt Saturday when it was north Starke was impassable for a ( Union County) suffered severe published by The Telegraph hit the refugees from the storm was derailed -
county courthouse. uncertain where Hurricane Elena time timber losses and hundreds of streets of Starke on Monday, Sept. by the wind so Intense that friction -
The Bradford School Board will would next head. homes and school were destroyedSee 20 1926 announcing the tragic hurricane between the wind and myriad
meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, in Next time, Chapman wants to Lucky Again... ( separate story on Page 4, the that struck South Florida sand particles appeared like
the Administration Building on N. have a central evacuation center in Once again Bradford County Editorial Page). Then again in 1964 over the weekend, devastating millions of fireflies in the sky. The
Temple Ave for a final public the BMS cafeteria, so that food, sup- escaped the hurricane's lash with when Dora swept In from the Atlantic Miami and Fort Lauderdale.The death toll was estimated at 400,
ho.iniig on before final adoption of plies, and medical aide will be only the inconvenience of 4-plus in- at St.Augustine and set a course mostly World War I veterans tryingto
its 1t! 83.86 biulgrt.nt 7:30: p.m. available. Chapman also figures ches of rain, and consequent boggy due west with the hurricane's eye winds hit land about midnight reach the mainland on a relief
The St.ii-ke city commission that since the walls of the BMS roads to remind us that Elena was passing over the Kingsley Lake area Friday, raging until 7 a.m. when train that was blown over the wash-
erects .it 7 :30 p in. Tuesday. Sept. cafeteria were strengthened it is the almost here. on path that took it between Starke they subsided and residents thoughtthe ed out tracks.
10. ("'I' ,1 tint public hearing on itsIMVJVMM and Lawtey and Lake worst was over. But that was only
strongest large building in the county Except for a few anxious hours on to City.
... ST; million budget for Plus, the BMS cafeteria has a when the widespread storm was Dora continued on a northwesterly the eye of the storm, and soon the (See Storm..P.2A)
..111.-1111 l ; cafeteria adjacent which could be stalled 50 miles west of Cedar Key, course Into South Georgia where it winds returned, more severe than


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I "" ; Lock Horns Over Governmental Study Proposals

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The Chamber of Commerce has Silcox who pointed out the council be calling on to help. Finally, the usually, reticent-in- Commissioner Travis Woods said "If it was politicked( it wasn't
more than it can do now but will get would still have to consider the cost "This is not intended in a negative public Clerk Neil Tucker got Into the he'd like to go outside, try it for politicked very good was it, Mr.
into itlf thftjcity asks he said. continually recommending keepingthe manner," said Crosby. "We discuss,, discussion. awhile then If there was not progress Chairman?" asked Crosby. Mayor
>'TM'CitJphoukUtak ar'e of,its discussion in house. it, kick it around but never move on Crosby's motion "...has some go for some expert advice. Biggs agreed it wasn't politicked,
ownj&robtemsY'i Sleo* said, adding''* "If there is someone dissatifled or it."I'm merit to some degree" the clerk Finally,the vote was called.Silcox and said he'd listened to the discus
he'd jatherjppend,) money'with a consulting if we don't.have, backbone to do what talking about" getting the tax said "...but Commissioner Silcox's was joined by Biggs and Woods in sion Tuesday night and made his
firm>wlth expertise rather ':we're supposed to,do," the veteranCouncilman payers involved suggestion .at the outset 'of the defeating Crosby's.motion.3-2. decision.
Thai\.a'citizen's group which has not ) said. ,You're hunting Mayor Biggs asked Crosby if he budget meeting makes a lot of sense i. II
\that's pot had discussed his proposal with the to -
versed in*municipal, government. something ; really here me.
One somebody makes a recommendation '\i1co"sald., ,',;;" Chamber of Commerce. The The Chamber of Commerce
it looks bad if It isn't followed "00 At that point Mayor Bobby Biggs Chamber would be,willing to help members are your friends my Gator 11 Farm SupplyYour
through. stood up and began opening mail, but would not initiate the action sakiCrosby friends and all good people. But
Silcox stood up;' too and again they've had no experience in city Local F.R.M: Feed Supplier
On Seeing As It Is... started answering Crosby: Silcox asked if Crosby had discussed government. It would take many,
Commissioner Charles Schaefer Silcox said he was disappointed the proposal with any other council many hours to bring the citizens up
"...sometimes when there was no discussion of his members or anybody else. "No to date,
that we
suggested commissioners can't see beyond the proposals. "I didn't ask for a sir, not with a councilman," said
podium because we're geared to our vote..of any kind." Silcox said he Crosby. "I think we should keep it in house. i.p .
of thinking.'" wanted guidelines for the city to I think that's where Vernon is com
way Schaefer said a 15-member com work by.Silcox. Vying for Position... ing from and it has some merit at
mittee did an excellent job of drawing then said he was afraid he'd "It looks like we're trying to the moment" the clerk said.
up the city's land use plan. run his mouth so much people might jockey around here and get a "Nothing says we can't do both,"
Schaefer said there is nothing think he was trying to run things. political position. said Commissioner said Commissioner Schaefer
Silcox. "You can't have two e
wrong with a study by an outside masters
group but it doesn't mean the council Not Negative... "We all want the same thing. Charlie" said Clerk Tucker.
would be bound to abide by the Commissioner Crosby, facing We're all saying the same thing. The "Nothing would be binding. Why 1.j. ply
recommendations.The Silcox with Commissioner Travis way to do it is to get professional not give the Chamber of Commercea
recommendations would be Woods and Mayor Bobby Biggs in assistance" said Silcox. chance?" asked Schaefer.
good no doubt. They'd be things between, said there is "... an awful "We can't scatter it, out," said
you'd want to rtn .."M f nmmiwinn.r. lot of .-.In..1 r- "*<' who we would Tucker Speaks Up.... Silcox.

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I New Pay Plan: Proposed for School Administratorsfrom

( page 1 A)
almost as much as principals and Step" 12-14 years 1.1Step 1.10: Director principals at degree would earn a'. base salary of
would have no incentive to move up Starke and Southside Elementary. 30600.
15-plos HIGH PRICES!!!
to fobs with more responsibility but yrl. 1.11: Principal at Bradford High
which under the former proposal, School. the
Multiplied by responsibility
did not pay much more. qualification is that position experience 1.14: Assistant superintendent. factor and experience index, the All F.R.M. Feed Prices have dropped for the past 5
Under the new proposal an administrator will be capped at Step 3 for lowest paid administrators, such as
weeks and wallet will
The Salaries... enjoy change.
with a master's degree Responsibility Index 1.05 and 1.07. deans of students, would earn your
would earn $28,800 with aspecialist's The Responsibility Index would be Under the new proposal an administrator 25000plus. Administrators at the Also, our own ground feeds are at an all time low.
and witha .
degree$29,640, works
as follows: 10-months top end of the proposed scale, suchas
doctor's degree $30.600. 1.05: Assistant principal at would be paid $24,000, the same as the principal of a larger school or Quantity Discounts Are Available
Southside and Starke-ETementary, the highest paid teacher. An ad- the assistant superintendent would
The experience factor is in the dean of students at Bradford High ministrator who works 11 months earn 37000plus. Easy Access Paved Parking & a 40' Loading Dock
following steps: and Bradford Middle School. would be paid $26,400.
Stop: Adm. ExperienceStep 1.07: Principal at Hampton A full time or 12-month administrator The smallest increases would go to Hwy. 301 South (Next to Purple Gator Western Wear)

1 0.2 years 1.00 Elementary and Brooker Elementary with a master's degree administers of small schools suchas ((904)) 964.4809
would earn a base pay of 28800. An Brooker and Hampton Elementary -
2 3.7 1.06
Step years 1.08: C Coordinators Lawtey administrative specialist would earna or to assistant principals at the HOURS: 8:30.6:00 MondaySaturdayREGULAR
Step 3, '.11 years 1.09 iriomonrnry principal, base pay of $29.640, and a doctor's high school.

. Governmental Changes Sent to Voters in Hampton ELECTION .

Hampton will no longer have an proved by the electorate of the city. Hampton do not run in groups, but ty clerk is elected in the normal September 10, 1985
elected marshal or clerk under a The proposed changes also include rather are chosen on the basis of the method.
plan sent to the voters by the city options that will determine if the officials 3 top vote.getters: in the_ field. The ciC.J.'S -
council in the June 9 regular session. should have to live within the a Initials of .
Apparently an attempt to have city of Hampton to be hired.
Signature of Elector 'Issuing Officer
more control over the daily life of Members could not agree how
the city government similiar plansto many times the elected or hired Cuft'n Loose
hire officials have been defeatedin question had been placed on city
past balloting. .** ballots, but all agreed that the mat- Featuring: Calvin Kirkland No._
The members agreed to place the ter had been a sore point for many (Stub No. 2))
separate questions concerning the past councils. & Sharon (Formerly from Fantastic Sam's of Gainesville)

two positions on the ballot in council Qualifying will end tomorrow A Calvin & Jolene Enterprise
and clerk elections to, be held (Friday July 19) for the next term
September 10. of office for the clerk and 3 council Hwy. US 301 South Across from Norman's Market CITY ELECTION :: '
Because the new rules would members this election also to be '
change the bylaws set down in the city September 10.Candidates. Come See Sharonforjier Perm Special$25.00rncru'dinghaVcut HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
charter, the issues must be ap- for council seats in ,,, September., 10,1985, ,.a: i ,'. i ,1'/ '>,Jr",1
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Storm. (from page IA) We Specialize In Redken Products
.. ,ttiI (a; CITY COUNCIL
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Evacuation Still Problem... With the ever increasing popula- Vole For Three Term Two Years
tion of Florida and the continued
hurricane and WELCOME
Although tracking -
trend toward building homes andcondominiums
pre-warning systems improved '
vastly since these earlier hurricanes In coastal areas the .. ... ... SCOff
,, the problems of effective problems of orderly evacuation remain '.:.I...I...H.-- I S.I....N.-S-.SS-.SS.J-- -.-.-.1.11.- 1 H N.-.1.11.-- ..H.--...-.-S H..., DAVISJAMES '
as critical today as they were PATRICK MITZEL :,
evacuation remain unsolved. Dr.
Neil Frank made the same warnings 50 years ago. JO ANN'SA BOBBISHEPPARDGEORGE
during Elena's visit that he was .
making 20 years ago: "There are Grace United i(.. Gift WERRE -
: Speciality Shop
coastal areas and barrier islands 0'
where the population concentrationis Methodist ChurchRd f-; Hwy 301 South .Across from Norma '. Market )
so large that evacuation is impossible 225 road Across from PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CHARTEROF
on existing roads with the Lawtey Post Office Plush Bearsand THE CITY OF HAMPTON FLORIDATo
lead time we can provide,with our Two of
warnings. We are faced with the SUNDAY SERVICES Styles .vote on a Charter Amendment or other public measure, marka
awesome possibility of being able to Sunday School . 9:45: am Bear MugsBy cross.(x) in the blank space next to either YES or NO.
make a perfect hurricane forecast Sunday Worship + . .11 am
and yet experience a tragedy exceeding Gordon Fraser NO. 1

Galveston that hurricane of the in 1900 historic, when OiME f Open 10 a.m. til 5:30: Closed Wed. & Sun. ((904) 964-8347 CHARTER AMENDMENT, ARTICLE II

9,000 people were stranded and THE BRADFORD' /111.11111.1.1..111.11..1..111..111..111..1..11.1.11111.1 M Proposing a revision of the Hampton Charter to specify that the
drowned. COUNTY TELEGRAPH office of City Clerk shall be hired and appointed by the Mayor
Published Thursdayat and confirmed by City Council. The duties of the City Clerk shall
every be such duties as are called for in the Charter of the City of
135 W. Call Street Hampton to be performed by a City Clerk, a City Treasurer, a City
STARKE Starke. Florida 32091- ,1 I. Tax Assessor, and a City Tax Collector. The City Clerk shall

CHURCH OF GOD Second Class postage paid at I. hold his or her position at the pleasure of the City Council and
may be removed by a three-fifths vote of the City Council. The
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 Starke, FloridaSubscription City Council: shall set the salary of the City Clerk and by Resolu-

Walter F. Monti Pastor Rates: C 9' lion may make other provisions for the operation of the position
We invite you to worship with us. of City Clerk. All provisions in the Charter of the City of Hampton -
Atttnded Nursery In-trade area: $10.00 per year to the words
pertaining City Treasurer, City Tax Assessor and
Sunday School ..:,....... 10 am $5.50 six months City Tax Col lector shall be amended to read City Clerk.
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Wouldn't It Be Great to Hear Well Again! Ijl gne 16tiisA 13 b WILL RT MANY CHARTER AMENDMENT ARTICLE II. SECTION in

ih = AUDIS SUBARUS Proposing a revision of the Hampton Charter to specify that the

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MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE ..Proposing a revision of the Hampton Charter to provide that the
MICHELIN BECAUSE SO MUCH tS WDINOONJfOWIJIRIS.---- I office of City Marshall shall be hired and appointed by the I

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ALIGNMENT SPECIAL 1 LUBE I FILTER 0 Marshall shall be such duties as are called for In the Charter of
THURSDAY SEPT 5.9:30 to 12:30: Id.INII.N I "RONTOI.calf I the City of Hampton to be performed by a Marshall. The Mar-
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understan- -1a.-- 114._.Is.n W.M4r111.11 Ia1 Council. The City Council shall set the salary of the City Marshall I
Those who are experiencing some difficulty Sao $1493 : --nee. $4991 : u nea ro $12tv .and by Resolution may make other provisions for the operations
ding words should take advantage of this FREE offer. lies nae of the position of City Marshall. ,
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1 Don t put a trailer next to my ed the development laughed off. that. poor investment and said the area behind the Econo Lodge. < I d''' :
, : house"home was the resounding cry possibility. should be preserved for conventional "
$8. from owners near three Iota Decreasing property values was homes. Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said ..
tions requesting rezoning to allow another concern to persons who had Bryan argued that people in the the change in zoning was suggested
\ mobile homes. built conventional homes and didn't area couldn t afford to buy the lots by the zoning office because the area
The Starke Planning and want mobile homes allowed nearby. and get financing for a conventionalhome. is presently a mix of mobile homes |
Board and city commission hear Chairman Walter Wescott said the and residences.He said two requestshad
" the plea for restraint in locating area proposed for rezoning didn't fit "You're talking about making a been received to build houses in
mobile homes in those three areas the designation requested by the slum," one resident said. the area which is currently
and turned all three down. developers. He said the R-1D zoning Bryan said the area already had designated for mobile homes only.
I In a unique presentation before is supposed to include areas where deteriorated because garbage was The zoning board agreed that the
the zoning board Thursday night, mobile homes and single-family being dumped on the back side of the rezoning would more accurately aso t
Aug. 29, developers showed a residences have already created a land. He said nice mobile homes reflect the actual'mix' of residencesin w. -HJH
videotape of the area where they mixed classification before zoning would make the area look better. that area. r
. proposed selling about 60 lots on 20 laws were passed. Wescott said this Residents countered that nothingin
acres Steve Denmark and Scott virgin area across from conventional the sales agreement or zoning When the matter was brought
" Whitehead talked about the need for homes with only two trailersin would force people who bought the before the city commission Tuesday RestaurantCall
:t a location within the city where the area didn't fit the classification. lots to put in nice, new mobile night, a motion to postpone action
mobile home owners could have the homes. was approved. Commissioner Jim
: advantage of hooking onto city After further discussion,the board The zoning board unanimously my Crosby said some study was for Reservations 964.7681
water and sewer. Whitehead said installing recommended that the rezoning request denied the rezoning request asked needed to determine the far
Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
a well and septic tank can be denied by a 5 to 2 vote. by Bryan.A reaching effects of the rezoning. He
"I ,, cost $3,500.The The same points were raised third location off Butler road said the city might want to include 1900 N. Temple Avenue Starke
location suggested for rezoning before the Starke City Commission west of downtown was also rejectedas some specifics in the rezoning to I To-Rena Motel
i\ is south of Geiger Road and one- Tuesday night,Sept.3,and followinga a site for a mobile home park by allow only certain types of mobile
.. fourth mile east of Colley Road near half-hour discussion, the commission the zoning board and the city com homes, perhaps by size or age,
State Road 100.Whitehead unanimously voted to deny the mission upheld that recommendation. -
said the area would be rezoning request.A A committee of Crosby, Gaines I \ BACK FROM VACATIONHOURS i
developed over a five-year period by second request also brought The request was made by L.E. An- and City Attorney Terry Brown was
a paving one road at a time and selling heated debate. drews to place mobile homes on 20 assigned to research the issue.A .
,! the lots, then paving the next road. Ralph Bryan explained that he acres. : Sunday-Friday 11.2:30 5-9:30:
Each of the roads would dead end into 31 lots near Old Lawtey
purchased request for rezoning by Cecelia ,
j Two residents said the Saturday 5:00-9:30
the property for use only by Road in the Reno area about five location not suitable because Terwillegar was approved off Bes- N /
was of
I residents of that area. years ago. He said he had tried to sent Road to allow single-family ,
Objections were loud and clear. sell the lots for single family homes poor drainage. They also didn't wanta homes. The area zoned business professional
mobile home
The unpaved, dirt road which since that time and made only three high density park in allowed multifamily
heads east from Colley Road then sales of six lots. He said the only an area which designated for structures and businesses. The new
turns south to Griffis Loop doesn't alternative was to sell the lots for single-family classification, R-2A allows conven- State Bank
hold up well under the present use by mobile homes which are more affor The zoning board also recommended tional homes in the same zoning.The Community
( only 10 families, residents said. dable. turning down that request area is north of Bradford Hospitaland
They complained of impassible conditions Bryan pointed out that no propertyin Thursday night and it was upheld by was designated BP to allow of Starke
after heavy rains. One resident the Reno area is presently the city commission the following medical offices. Duplexes have
said easements had been givento available for mobile homes. Tuesday. already been constructed on the pav- presents
the city six years ago and there Three residents in the area shunned ed streets which connect with Bes-
was no paving project scheduled to the idea of allowing trailers. One Another request which involved sent Road near Call Street.
help the situation in the foreseeable home owner said he had only been in mobile homes was postponed by the Community Appreciation Day
future. his house 15 months and didn't wantto city commission although the zoning The city commission unanimously
Whitehead said more residents in see mobile homes next door to board recommended adopting the upheld the zoning board's recom-
the area might prompt the city to him.Others new classification. The request involved mendation to allow the rezoning re- FREELIVE
pave Geiger Road. Those who oppos spoke of mobile homes as a 56 acres west of US 301 quested by Mrs. Terwillegar.


1 Board Recommends Friends and Custorrv-rs HOT DOGS ANTIQUE CAR SHOW

Do to my illness

1.. Starke's Call Street to STYLES BY GWEN DOL YN I

will be Closedon


i Historic Places Register a temporary basisI

I look forward to serving you in the

The Florida National Register perties, Inc., St.Augustine, who did new future. .
". Review Board has recommended the architectural and historical Sept. 7- 10 am 1 pm
the Call Street Historic District for survey of Call Street on which the THANK YOU
1Ji nomination to the National Registerof nomination was based. Accompanied Bring the whole family and

Historic Places following a Sept. to the hearing by Matthews, for and enjoy all the day's activitiesThe
23 review hearing in Tallahassee.In Weaver made an oral and slide your support prayers. State Bank Appreciates You
a letter to E.Ii. Matthews, presentation of Individual Call Community
chairman of the Bradford County Street buildings that are old enoughto Gwen Fletcher Support Your Community Be A Community State Banker
Historical Board ,of Trustees, qualify as historic.If .
W. State Historic.e .
George Percy
the 'district is accepted by the
the Preservation State's-formal Officer nomination-'has, said "When' ? .Keeper; pf Over the 50..National J older Register will 1. ,.(\:; 'y." '.,0' W'fld! ,,:, ')',A.I" J4; ...v "" '" '. ,'. ;
_ .. buildings years or
been prepared and submitted to the
for maximum 25 tax
Keeper of the National Register in qualify percent !
credits restoration work in Announcing
on con-
Washington (D.C.), his staff will '
formance with National Register
have 45 days in which to approve or .
disapprove the nomination. The guidelines. a'J .
45-day review period may be extended Matthews says it Is grafitying to The 7th Annual
,however,if the National Register see recognition being given to the
t I staff finds technical deficiencies in Call Street district which developedas t
the nomination requiring correction a result of construction of the '" ;

in our office." famous Atlantic-to-Gulf railroad STARKE FUN RUN
.; 'i The local nomination was through here in the late 1850s, making Ii '-
I presented to the state board last Fri- Starke one of the oldest commercial -
day by Paul Weaver of Historic Pro- developments in Florida. IJ .
: Saturday, Sept. 7, 1985

II Hampton Election Set ; Special trophies to 1 mile winners children 2 to 6 and 7 to 10.

; Trophies to all age groups first place winners. .

Qualifying for Hampton city elec- is set for September 10. Trophies to first place male and female winners over all in both races.

tions closed Friday, July 26, with The current clerk, appointed Second and third place prizes to all age groups.
five candidates for three open coun- earlier this year, is Pat Hayes. Trophy to oldest and youngest runner.
cil seats and no candidate for the Neither Mrs. Hayes nor any other Race Time:: +- = .J r
1 clerkss position. candidate qualified for the position,
Incumbents Ted Curtis, Sr. and open for this election. 8:30 a.m.
Scott Davis are attempting to hold Bring the Family: to the Community State Bank for
seats they currently occupy on the Under Florida state law, no can
board. Joining them in the contestare didate may run for the office. There COMMUNITY APPRECIATION DAY following the race.
James Mitzel, Bobbi. Sheppardand is no write-in candidacy after qualifying '
J George Werre. closes. Indications are that the Free Entertainment and Free Hot Dogs & Cokes. .
Candidates for council under the council has the option to set a special .
Hampton charter run as a single election in an attempt to have someone '
group, with the three highest vote qualify, or to again appoint a All proceeds to benefit the Bradford Association for Retarded Citizens.
getters winning office. The elections clerk for the position. Sponsored annually by the Bradford County Telegraph and the Community State Bank of Starke.

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I \N From Sahara Desert to Cedar Key, Hurricane Elena_Was Full of Mischief!: .. II


.t If you're wondering where tricky Elena- t
the hurricane that kept Florida on edge fora

F week-came from..guess again.. .

Who would ever believethe Sahara

) According to those who study such

things, Elena actually was spawned near r
ti i i the mountains of Niger in the southern

Sahara. It began, they say, as no more
1 than a dusty swirl of hot, dry air, carried
into the upper atmosphere by the eddies
1I EklL that toss air currents around the North

I African mountains in never-ending circles.

Only ten percent of these low pressure
swirls make it out to the Atlantic Ocean,
and only ten percent of these become '

organized depressions. Only ten percent of ,, .
: the depressions grow into real hurricanes. :: srwi

After reaching the ocean, Elena quickly
joined the 10-10-10 percent club and took off
so fast from Africa that weathermen at the
National Hurricane Center in Coral Gables :

said they'd never seen a storm move _________ ,,Iu _
across the Atlantic so fast.
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Hurricanes, it seems,are guided on their y
.- erratic paths by "rivers of air" in the upper

,J->.... -.,;;;;:: _,. ,. < -----4' atmosphere, and the river that guided
.... _. --.0'___... ', Elena was moving along at a 35 mph clip, ?
-. ,. ". ..' tJfJ".IJ. faster than any previous storm in Hur- : r
ricane Center records.
These youngsters at Pine breeze Apartments on West
High Water-High Spirits I0 make waves as water from Friday-Saturday four- When a circling current of hot air takes Horses graze around a temporary pond at Rainbow
inch rainfall laps at their doorsteps. off from Africa, it is soon refueled by the Scenic Scene, but All Wet Ranch on Highway 230 West, making a pretty, but
late summer waters of the Ocean, the Car- unwelcome, pastoral scene during Saturday's
ribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico. By downpours.
the time it first touched,base at Puerto
Rico, the whirling air currents had
Editorials. developed into a tropical storm. Land Shades of 1896If Cedar Key proper is nothing compared to

masses tend to slow down tropical storms, the guiding "rivers of air" hadn't run the number of spongers" and fishermenthat
but well-fueled Elena pranced across out of steam over the Gulf and had steeredthe were drowned.
Puerto Rico,Haiti,and Cuba without slow- storm on its apparent northeasterlycourse It was this storm that caused the Hoover
Starke's Refurbished PrideFrom ing down, developing hurricane winds of 74 to Cedar Key and on across north Brothers, Frank and Joe, to pull up stakesin
mph while still tangled up in the mountainsof central Florida to the Atlantic, it might Cedar Key, where they had a studio at
southeast Cuba. have followed the course of the vicious hur- that time and lost all their photographic

( the Gainesville, Sept. 2 1985) Sucking up more heat energy from the ricane of 1896 which devastated a path equipment to the wind and wave. They fled
Gulf Stream, Elena moved Thursday into through Levy, Gilchrist, Columbia, Brad- to this area and operated in a portable tent
the Gulf of Mexico where relatively ford, Baker, and Nassau counties. Property studio for several years, rotating their
America, announced New York more years to complete because they shallow waters, under a summer sun, had damage in this area was so severe that business in several locations before finally
Times architecture critic Paul were offered only at night. It promisesto reached a high of 87 degrees. At the same the Florida Legislature of 1899 passed a settling in Starke permanently. The
aid downtown redevelopment and time its forward movement had slowed to special act "for relief of taxpayers in this Sistrunk family also left Cedar Key and
Goldberg last summer, is "in the midstof it six-county storm belt". settled in Starke after the storm.
business. 15 mph, allowing to pick up even more
make available to downtown
tide of affection for older
a rising" of heat before passing on in a northwesterlycourse This storm came in from the Gulf during The magnitude of the storm is reflectedin
buildings. operators and employees a source that seemed aimed at the Florida pre-dawn hours of Sept. 29, 1896. The eye of the biennial report of F. G. Schell, Brad-

"Across the United States buildingsthat continuing education in business, com- panhandle or the MississippiAlabamacoast. the hurricane passed just north of Cedar ford County Superintendent of Schools, to
puters, accounting and other subjects.And Key with a sea surge of about 15 feet. the State Superintendent's office for the
a generation ago might have After Pensacola was hurriedly Cedar Key and Atsena Otie Island were years 1896-98:
it also to
promises a
or even were- abandoned are being re preserve evacuated,capricious Elena suddenly tooka almost totally under water. The Atlantic- "The fearful storm of 1896 swept away
juvenated." chapter of Bradford County's history. northeasterly turn toward the Florida to-Gulf railroad connecting Cedar Key to all the school houses in the western part of
One room of the old courthouse will be coast and settled in for,a two-day wait 50 the mainland was washed away. Most the county. We have replaced them with
Historic preservation, the revitaliza- maintained by the Bradford Historical miles west of Cedar Key. Apparently the buildings were damaged or destroyed, in- stronger and better buildings.In .
tion of crumbling, architectural cluding churches, a school, and all but one
Society as a repository for old "rivers of air" that guided it from Africato his for 1898-1900 Schell''
monuments of yesterday into attractive documents photos and other artifactsof the Gulf of Mexico dried up and Elena fish house. In addition to damage from reported: "We report have had a healthy and'
functional, productive centers ofmodern had no place to go for two days. Finally the wind and tidal wave, fire broke out duringthe strong growth the last two years. We have
historical significance."I height of the storm, destroying two
rivers started flowing again,
day activity, has become one of built three new school houses at an
think of the old farm- Elena on a backtracking trip west again to hotels and most of the business district.An .
the best investments a community can seeing some average cost of $150 each, the School
make. ing tools and understanding what their a landfall in the Biloxi-Gulf Port, Miss., account in the Oct. 8, 1896, Tampa Board furnishing the material, and the

Efforts forebearers went through to get them area overland where trip it to quickly Arkansas.faded out in an Tribune Weekly said, "The loss of life at patrons doing the work gratis."
to revive "Main Street
where they are now will give young peo-
America" in the face of an increasingly ple a better appreciation of their Equinoctial StormsThe

surburbanized, shopping mall-oriented heritage," said Eugene L. Matthews, word "hurricane" was unknown or
society have become central planks in another motivating force in the restora- Reader Appalled At Jury's Verdict unused in 1896 when such disturbances were
many downtown economic redevelopment tion of the old courthouse. called "equinoctial storms" since they arriv-
programs. "The niche is to try to. ed about the time of the autumnal equinox

.be the'best Main Street you can, using Bradford County residents"can rightly ._ J. >,r'' |don't think 1 have ever been as appalled as I was with the verdict in the Debbie :,: \ (September 22) when the sun crosses the
{ the buildings and the ambiance and the look upon their new'college center as'a' ., Banjster) case.., ''' .. "*\ '" ,'"." n, 1. .c._ 'tjf f planet ot,theearth's: equator malting night
of and and day of equal length all over the earth.The
personal service as assets to build an source community pride hope. In my1 opinion,it was beyond the realm of possibility that a jury of 12 men and 1896 hurricane was simply known as "The Big
entire strategy for revitalization," says Their debt to Andrews, to the Reddish women could sit and listen to five days of proven testimony and come in with a Storm."

Mary Means, a vice president with the family to Matthews, to Dr. BernardMcFadden second degree murder conviction. In my estimation, the jury simply did not do
their The western part of Bradford County (now
the college's Starke center duty.
National Trust for Historic Preserva- ,
Union County) was hardest hit in the Providence
tion. coordinator, and to the many others It's pretty bad when a 76-year-old man kills his wife in a mercy killing and area near Columbia County line.
who helped make the renovation possi- gets life for this act and then a woman deliberately plots to have her husband Practically all of the big pine timber and
In Gainesville, the city has done a killed and gets 17 years.
ble, should be acknowledged.In other trees in that area were toppled and it
masterful job restoring the old Thomas Something definitely is wrong with our judicial system. I happen to think a was said that a man could walk from
Hotel into a center of civic and com- America's rising tide of interest in man's life is worth more than 17 years. Hopefully, the jury at her next trial will Mikesville to High Springs without setting
munity activity. The University' of old buildings, the old Bradford Cour- do a better job.I foot on the ground.

Florida has breathed new life into its thouse emerges as a building worthy of highly commend the Bradford County Sheriff's Department for the many
University Auditorium. Private in- much affection. hours they spent gathering the evidence to bring this case to court, and also The Legislative Act granting tax relief to
terests have converted the once crumbl- commend Judge R. A. Green for handing down the maximum penalty according citizens of this area summed up the devastation
/ to the second degree murder guidelines. : "In the month of September 1896 a
ing Seagle building from a University Just Be Placid Joyce G. AhrensA severe storm passed over certain portions of

Avenue eyesore to an attractive condo ------ concerned citizen the aforesaid counties, devastating the homesof
and office tower. And downtown, along \ Gainesville, Fla.Forestry hundreds of citizens,denuding thousands of
Main Street, a growing number of old About That Acid I acres of timberland, and leaving many per-
sons in destitute circumstances ... owing to
buildings are sporting new paint jobs Based on the track record of Presi- aforesaid disaster many persons were unableto
and storefront facelifts, while a major dent Reagan's Environmental "Protec- pay their taxes for the years 1896 and 1897
downtown is in in the State of Florida authorized
redevelopment project tion" it Bradford CountyBy is hereby to
the offing. Agency, came as no cancel such certificates of land sold for non-
based on its sparse sampling of the payment of taxes during these two years."
The region's latest example of nation's lakes the oncediscreditedagency David W. Norton

historic preservation was unveiled last has come to the conclusion that Bradford_ !. Co.Forester Mrs. Eyder Knight, who was bornin

week in the city of Starke, with the con- it's o.k. not to worry about acidity levels Prune Trees for SafetyThe western Bradford in 1891 ana i fived"with her
D. F.
parents, and
Hattie McDonald, near
version of the newly restored old Brad- of lakes ..
even though 20 percent sampledin -- Lulu, said the storm came early in the morn-
ford County Courthouse into the Starke Florida were classified as acidic and live oak and several other shade Pruning large and high limbs is not a job ing as most farm folk were eating breakfast.She .
center of Santa Fe Community College.It 12 percent "highly acidic", meaning trees popular with Florida homeownersare for kids, and should not be undertaken remembered seeing a "big red cloud" in

is the tough and wind-resistant but still could without proper tools, a plan of action, and the southwest, which later became black as
only community college cam- they are acidic enough to harm fish
if home is
use some quick pruning your in some previous experience.
night, bringing the wind with it. Fearing the
in Florida to be built with
pus private populations.It of
the projected path a tropical storm.
house would
her and their two
There are several safe ways to prune a topple, parents
contributions which in itself should
was Reagan's foot-dragging ap- Now that these big weather disturbancesare tree, and a great many dangerous, incor- children crawled into a big pine box next to
represent a point of considerable com- pointee, Ann Buford Gorsuch in season,this may be the time for pru- rect and damaging ways. The proper the house,pulled an oil cloth sheet over it,and
munity pride. dent homeowners to work out plans to'treeproof' guidance may be obtained from many rode out the storm without personal injury.
(remember? who told not to
) us worry buildings in the event of a sources, including county foresters, professional Another neighbor, Mrs. Summer, and her
Built in 1902, the stately red-bricked about the nation's scandalous toxic storm. tree consultants and baby were rolled up in a mattress and placed

former courthouse with its distinctive waste dumps until public wrath reached Trees that have protected home nurserymen.A beside a tree until the storm blew over. One

clock tower has long been a Starke land- such a point that the lady-defended to from sun and rain for many your years may little time spent planning in advance of survivor"torn in recalled a neighbor's house being
mark, and the only building in the coun- the last ditch by Mr. Reagan-finally become the battering ram that destroys it any real need may be a great investmentin the debris. Barn and roofs a little girl found off and later fod-in

ty listed in the National Register of had to resign under fire. during a hurricane. They are rocked back the safety of your home during a storm. der, stored in the lofts,was were found torn hanging like
and forth the winds until they topple
Historic Places. by on
streamers in the trees for miles All
Now the EPA, apparently, is still up the house. Limbs could be whipped far roads in the area blocked around.
to its old environmental tricks of "hearno their normal and batter the were for weeks by
Last week, classes began in the beyond sway fallen timber, and it took Dan Knight 2 1/2
Or limbs could be broken off
evil see no evil speak evil. apart. hours to ride his
renovated no horse from the farm to Lake
community college center
and be driven into side
by the storm or top Butler
with students filling more than 500 seats Concerning the survey of lakes in four of the home. 47 ,t a distance of only 21/2 miles.

for classes that were once offered by regions of the U.S., the EPA grudgingly The five oak, probably Florida's most

Santa Fe only at night in Bradford High admitted that it was a little surprised popular yard tree,is extremely strong and .an Until early the physician roads were in cleared the ,Dr.had Newsome to ride,
School classrooms. that the number of highly acid lakes in resistant to breakage.Pecan trees also are I horseback to visit his patients.,Residents of
Florida than One strong enough to resist most winds and in II I the
I was larger expected. area joined forces to help one
And hopes are high Starke addition do not grow into forms that suffer
among spokesman even went so far as to say of these trees 1 another rebuild or repair their houses and
boosters that the courthouse- much breakage.Either 1 I clear the roads. Even then it took
two monthsto
that Floridians "should be more con- however, might need to have limbs cut >
community college will be the beginn- cerned about their waters than they back to lessen the strain from the wind, or I I enough cut away to drive trees a and horse clear cart the narrow. trails
ing of a new downtown business district were before." That's a masterpiece of to shorten those that can reach the house. through.E.

renaissance. understatement.The The red maple, another popular shade .S.Matthews,a native of Providence who
tree in Florida, as well as cottonwoods,
Andrews who dates much found that 54 of was publishing The Telegraph at that time
of his own survey percent Chinese elms and a number of other com- wrote to his , lifelrornjhe day in 1930 when Florida lakes were "potentially sen-, mon trees, are somewhat brittle and thus sister on Oct. 23,1898:

he received a $350 scholarship in the old sitive" but won't "necessarily" become more earily broken by strong winds.
Pines,which join oaks as the most popular r... "The people in tne western part of the coun-
courthouse to attend the of acidic. If they do that's just too bad if
University left
were distressed
shade trees in Florida _also! fall!. into thisgroup. i iSenior y circumstances by
Florida, deserves much of the credit for Florida expects EPA to do anything of thesJftrees lose l he late storm. Uncle Matt's (Matthew Lid-
the establishment about it. This has been Any may large lon) house was unroofed, but the
of the center. A agency "study- limbs or the entire top section to storm Citizens... store was
member of the original advisory com- ing" the problem of acid rain for years winds. I eft uninjured. Nearly everyone else in the
ort Call
mittee and will continue to it at least settlement, as well as Providence,
which established the need for a "study" uffered, the loss of their homes.
until the end of the Reagan administration. Come join the activities of your
community college!? J.Q.. serve Alachua- Senior Center: needlework, _

and BradforcTcounties, Andrews personally macrame, exercises, bingo, ect.,. "The widow Mizell's house was also

contributed $394,000 to the In the meanwhile-continue to pick up The Center is I he: wrecks. This is a severe blow to her among havIng -

renovation of the, courthouse.. those dead fish, Floridians. After all, Friday 8:30 to 4 Monday-p.m. and is I such a house full of children."

The college's refurbished Starke only 54 percent of our lakes are poten- located behind the new courthouseon

center will make it possible for Brad- tially acidicthe highest percentage of the corner of Grand and Georgia,' 'IT e-"wldow MiTell" referred to was left
all four tested. But not to Streets. Contact Peggy Barnett, with nine fatherless children
ford residents to finish in two years college regions worry, when her hus-
EPA. Som. 1.5 million Americans play center director; 96t4-4545, for more t land, Nathaniel, died August 27, 1896 lust
programs that. once c< .took. three.. or says tennis at ,toast twice a week. information. before the Big Storm in September. '


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! Cutting Glass. I

I It Starke's W.B. McKinney has been in the. glass cutting business. since 1937 and isMcKinney :still going strongBuilder's

'" began hisr- W.B. Teal Tile and Carpet now stand.Old- Glass work has been -
first career in fashioned McKinney's furniture tops as well. For special On the side, McKinney said he
I the the high-wheeled bicycles major trade the with us- Supply with five trucks
building over years, requests, going
in Starke and has supply business here hung from the ceiling in the Quigley him earning the reputation as the can order McKinney says that they ed to make cabinets along with in- all the time, he recalls.
been most from their
since. at It ever &: Davis Hardware store. glassman of Bradford County. He's anything stalling doors and windows, but has The First Baptist Church was built
I W.B. doesn't "Back along then it was hard replaced many, many windows over in Jacksonville. Glass and Mirror since given it up. It seems that he around then and McKinney told how
change needs the
jobs often. In times. If time for other he had
had dollar things now. to
his you a then the for count
customers ftaixgafgheathing
spare time you years ) who have Mirrors
W-B both
plays the violin had something" large and small, are While McKinney thought about boards that
and does reminiscenced brought him frames going ofnrSeaHwpk to
odd needing panes some of the
carpentry jobs. products McKinney into business for
also known He's McKinney. "There is so much more replaced. works himself several see that they were correct. HewHd.
glass "In local parts as "the you can do with it now." For his present McKin- with, grinding the edges times, but a lack of capital held him it took about three days for thesboards
employer smooth
man. if
at Jackson's. If the back. It
"Started He stayed with Quigley and Davis ney says he primarily is just would have taken too to be put on where it would
when cutting customer
!was 10 wants polished edges, much
says McKinney "Got years old for 19 years before moving on to the glass in the back and when he has McKinney said he has to special money, W.B. explains. take a good crew only about half of a
Quigley and 1 Davis" once my Starke's start at for now defunct Starke Builders Supply time on the front counter. There he order it, since he doesn't have the McKinney has seen quite a few day to do the job now with plywood
leading building supply that another 25 years. For the past cuts circles up to two feet in special machines required to do this changes to Starke and Bradford sheathing now.
pled the block on Call occup- five years,McKinney has earned his diameter,which he claimes are used expensive work. County over the years, especially in Even though business is good now
Streets\ where Acme Hardware and Cherry pay at Jackson Builders Supply on primarily by ladies in macrame pro- "A steady hand and a good glasscutter the buildings.A in the county, he says that it still is
and South US-301. not like the boom
jects. He replaces windows cuts went on then.
are required for the work,
'= ......._ .,, building boom happened here W.B. McKinney should know, since
F" ; ...._..... -- says McKinney.His .
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.m cc"i/Ii;' .i.."" "_' .. ..-'" from about 1955 until around 1962 he he has seen most of the construction
tools are sL: .ple, a straightedge said. At that time he was the yard in the county for almost 48 years
a circle cutter and a Fletcher foreman and Rlassman at Starke now.
regular grade cutter. He prefers the ,
regular one to the harder grades, -
because of knowing how they cut.
?rilW2s Glass is not really cut, but a thin line
is scribed onto the surface and the / --
glass is then snapped along the line.
Glass can be shortened but it can't Some people have believed the crop would grow as
':' ; be stretched. high as the farmer could Jump. _

"Right where Teal, Tile and
Carpet is now, I learned to glaze windows
," said McKinney. His
teachers were Marvin Rosier and GRANDPARENTSARE
cfkZ Saul Hankerson who taught McKinney -
to work with glass.
tG A 1b' While most of his tools have remained -
I 171"6rC" 4 1 :, r simple McKinney is proudof
his modern glass cutting machine
capable of taking sheets up to five EXTRA-SPECIAL!
feet in length. Pieces are placed in a
rack with a cutter positioned as
needed and the cut is made with
more accuracy and ease than ever
capable of by hand.
"It took a lot of drudgery out ()fIt
," says McKinney who still does a "
Ii lot of cutting free-hand. Say love you" on y

3t44Jt Tempered glass is a product which Grandparents Day with a -
can't be cut, since it is designed to hug and a Hallmark card.
shatter into harmless pieces when We have a card that
broken. According to McKinney,entrance
says exactly !
your way
doors and other pieces of)
glass in businesses which are subject Remember their special
to breakage from people are day Sunday Sept. 8.
now required to be tempered glassor
safety glass. Replacement pieces
must be ordered since they have to
be manufactured to size. Clark's-
Another material which he worksin

d- is Plexiglas, a tough plastic used ..
w, where glass may be subject to being y't.
broken. He said the !
i p >' t" PRIDE prison
wS contractor uses quite a bit of it,
One of his biggest projects was
putting in the store fronts at the old SHOP
Veteran Glass Cutter... bus station in Starke says McKinney
He explained that he would
W.B. 1\IcKlnnt'y of Starke 'Is "known for his sure hand :McKinney has been in the business since 1937 and has sometimes do outside work but 904-964-8776
and steady eye as one of the only glass cutters in the
area seen many changes come to Starke. never was equipped with the tools to

do much. O 1965 Hallmark Clrd.loo.

Tornadoe Talk...

By Michelle Hall an announcement about membermembers, there will be a meeting
ship and dues. Also '84-85 Key Club announced sometime for next. week. 3 BIG DAYS Super Sale Prices
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'Well' it'&' .that tlme" for' \
? Voter Registration to ofyear'begin. Let the BH Center for c.r 9N 5-6-7 50% OFF

Registration will start September 3,
and lasts through Monday Sept. 9, Health and Fitness
for all BHS students. Registrationareas FALL b
will be school
during both Punches and after send you on a
school. Registration areas are at the KICKOFF
open area in back of the library. .
Note: If you do not register to vote
during the given dates and times thnight
you are not allowed to vote in any ImporledSpring
elections held within the school year.If Flowering ttOLLALgSD 1t? ti\
you are a registered voter, you Bulbs BU ? I
will be able to participate in selecting vli t' I
1 Onty CHAIN y
Homecoming Queens SANPOWERMAC ,
CRUISE! Now >,
Princesses and Homecoming theme, 8 j 310
as well as choosing your class officers 1"," 2.1 ruble Inch N roryee9
16'bar exfd2i
Qualifications for Freshmen of Eleciro"Iclgnltlon Lr

ficers will begin Tuesday Sept. 10th d' a $ 6988SAVE
and campaigning will start Friday, flnc 4ueb1V 1
the 13th. The election will be held the SAVE
17th. In the case of run-offs the elections a F a h s I Ip
for them will be held on Thursday 6m91a1K y SAVE
the 19th. To qualify, Freshmen
must have a 2.0 or higher grade

point average. MUGS ANTIFREEZE
coteneMu9 ,I
Thank You... .- .-

The BHS Student Council would
like to thank the following

businesses for their generous donations .. .. ... -. xw5Shiker5e l'r, r
toward the Teachers' Survival s3.9 t INI!
Kits; Allen's Print Shop, Andrew's xr9yY5 fNf7!
Drug Store, Eckerd's Jackson'sBuilding WARBEX NhINr fwwe.

\. Supply Mitchell's Drug .. Coaleliclde
.,, Store, The Office Shop Rawson's LINE POSTS rIneer"'Ir . ,
Pantry Pride and Sawyer Slade and Sign up during September for a one-year membership .

Gas. to the BH Center and you become eligible for the _s yAlllrl w'Ithctbvlnueglvc"ISduuilhuhmbmm'

drawing for the cruise! .
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Attention... ccA-wotin $299

Students need to turn in their completed Leave on the Star Ship Royale from Port Canaveral to Nassau and M..2'/.6'fI (: $1925 'k xMa.J e
for Free-
applications Out Island. Includes 99 "BIG HOSS' 10%
Reduced lunches to Mrs. Hazen at an shipboard accommodations ocean trans t\.tE NrH24.11
the front counter. Remember, to portation, port charges, meals and entertainment for two. Some HII l *\.E: Horse FeedS

qualify for Free-Reduced lunch, the restrictions apply. $..[i1 lW nold.Aluml"um 1) I $42:
must be returned to the ,
application .... THRIFTY.ILIB"" )1,10
office no later than Wednesday, Drawing October 1 at the BH Center for Health and Fitness. ..:.:\: '.Io:.... Rooflngand -
Sept. 4th. These forms will have to '.;.& __ BRUTE" .. 1..T ?
(Do not have to be present to win) ,. Whui Ins (
be approved by Mr. Reddish and all :\,... 4 f..1 -- FEED BUNK .. "
applicants will be notified as to ..,. .1. (xtnnrIrplhx. 21" x ::111'." x'nlvlinir' BUCKETS_ \ '
whether they will be approved for The one-year recreational and comprehensive memberships at ;:: :, (,"..nude,.d ROOF. ,l f
Free, Reduced, or denied. the BH Center Include: ::W .i '

Nautilus ,:....:,.:..: Y"$3988, rUSTIC ROOF SEALER $10988 $395 --.:..: '
.s: = ,., PowA.'t'
EALER 11..11.
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This Is a reminder that studentsare Stationery bicycles :.' H.N W e9 "-;;; .3 ..... H"\1..I.?......I.II.liI.II..h..II'I' .
not to leave campus during Motorized treadmill ...h..1 FLAT-BACK. .
lunch time... onl seniors that have FIELD FENCE '
"Senior Buttons' may leave. If you Exercise classes Tvlw| I1lnlvunin'I ''iM-on..." SALE BUCKET ,, FEED SCOOP

are caught, action will be taken. and more! : $ '88 r."h. I ''1 Ingnnei939fi ,
.124' N.ytlnu$ Nrnlw O iii.ilf I'"IvNh'''''' : hmdluxo
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For more Information, call the BH Center at 9644210. $6288 Hgln'N' $ .088 ftii..I S I .

The parking area from the front of $117.44I I $34
the gym to the fieldhouse or to the IM7'M 12'.e NyNn eax$6988 H.\1 mE
ticket booth at the football field is ,
reserved for parking for the football 964-7871 1Jt--: "

players and the coaches. ."
; ,c U.S. 301 N.j" I

Clubs Organizations.... BH Center for Health and Fitness ; ; by Farmers GOLDKIST I Ib ,

Anyone interested in a Chess Club, 922 East Call Street j" & Hwy Patrol i
1409 and see Mr
go by room '%. Starke FL 32091 w.
BMck'mon.Am 9644210BH

interested in being a lot Hearth mid Flineu li " ,..HMfthcan Syttwiu,he,
member one of Key Club there will be ,:a15 /, ..Florid, not for profit Meehan. eapomwr. ., *'1., .N : .

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Catrell Overstreet r- -

Michael Wed Feb.CooneyTo 1 .RAWSONS

Mr. and Mrs Grady Overstreet of
Starke announce the engagement and r
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Marcia Catrell, to Michael
Brian Cooney, son of Mr. and Mrs. ltl
Harry Cooney of Starke.
The bride-elect is a 1985 graduate of
Bradford High School and is
employed by Lake' Region Travel in
Keystone Heights.
Mr. Cooney is a 1976 graduate of
Bradford High School and is currently 7
the Executive Director of the Starke-
merce.Bradford County Chamber of Com- in WHERE OUR NAME IS YOUR GUARANTEE!

The wedding is planned for Satur
day, Feb. I. at the First United .
Methodist Church in Starke. :
All friends and relatives are invitedto tfJI !J.\

April attend.Rooney, 3QGREAT NEWS !

Herbert Green, Jr.,
To Wed Sept. 7

Miss April Rooney and Herbert
Green, Jr., will be united in mar
riage Saturday, Sept. 7, at 3 p.m. at Now
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald we
Hildreth Starke. in Deerwood Subdivision, Catrdl OverstrertiMichael Cooney give you

All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend the wedding and

reception. Homemaker's Club to Meet Sept. 12 I
both. low

Michelle Griffis, The Bradford County Harry Fertig will present a pro-! .. .
John O'NealTo Homemaker's Club will meet Thursgram on horticulture. Everyone is ,
Wed Sept. 7 day, Sept. 12 at 10 a.m. in' the welcome.
Agriculture building on 301 N.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis,Jr.,
of Lawtey announce the engagementand low and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Michelle Dawn, to John prices
Franklin O'Neal of Maxville, son of
Mrs. Mildred Dean of Maxville and
Social Side
the late John O'Neal. Club News
The wedding is planned for Satur
day,Sept.7,at 7 Pine Valley of theNews NoticesChurch
Congregational Church of Starke Items
with a reception following in the
church Fellowship Hall. Value !
The bride-elect is a 1982 graduateof Top Stamps
Bradford High School and is WeddingsReceptions
employed by the Reception and
Medical Center in Lake Butler. Gladys Mooty Parties
Mr. O'Neal attended Middleburg 964-7608
High School and is employed by
Gene's Mobile Home in Jackson-

ville.All friends and relatives are in- & this week you get additional Saving...

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Doug Johns, Jr. : r? PERMS Reg. '3500on NOW 25 1 1 I

To ,Wed. Oct. 11 l A Including Haircut II r

The wedding of Miss Martha Ellen -- Our
Special Will End on Sept. 14th
Struth to John Douglas Johns, Jr., 1
will in the be an First event United of Oct. 11 Methodist, at 8 p.m. NOW OPEN MONDAYS"We 5ooEx'a 1

Church,Starke. Like To Keep You Looking Good" I
All friends and relatives are in- I 1

vited to attend." ..' 118 S.Thompson St. WALK-INS WELCOME 964.41 1 1I

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Get Together Aug. 24 (U.S. 301! Sooth) .. 1 1
At Thornton Home I 1252F South Walnut Street '
Forty-three family members en- L (Across 964-7434 from Norman's) 1 WITH $25 OR MORE

joyed a get-together at the home of 1
Thelma V. Thornton on Kingsley Monday-Friday 10-6 Saturday 10.5 ( )
Lake on August 24 to honor visiting SPORTING GOODS & APPARELS 1 '
relatives Don and Heather Watson of REDEEMABLE AT RAWSONS
Come see us at our new location US 301 South (Across from Norman's)
Durham, '
Those attending England.from Starke were Check Out Our Sporting Prices Before You Drive Out of Town 1 SUPER VALU.

Wayne and Elizabeth McLeod, Ran- You'll Be Pleasantly Surprised 1
dal and Ginger Davis and families.Out 1 GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1985. 1
of town guests were: Shirley ATTENTION: Gator & Seminole
of Richmond, Va. Bridget ,
Bragg ;
Penoyer and children of Venice; is Your Headquarters for T-Shirts, Caps & Gifts H1 i
Glenda and Edward DuBose and ,
children of Jacksonville; Juanita ., n, .rrrrrrrrrrrrrrraaU
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Jacksonville; Lorraine Haddock of 11 1
Hilliard; Margaret Penoyer and son 1 '!
Robert of Ormond Beach; and VI- &: AIR CONDITIONING 1 1 '
vian Addison of Doctor's Inlet. 1
Mr. Wilson is a professor of 353 N. Next to Tackle Box
psychology at Durham University. Temple ( ) 1 !
He and his wife will leave Tuesdayfor 1 t 1
a visit in Las Vegas and then on Open 9.6 964.7462 ,
to Denver Colorado to visit Mrs. | WE HAVE MOVED I 1 \
Thornton's brother, Eugene Beam.
From there they will visit friends in 1 ,
Canada before returning to I Value 1
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Parties Honord Engaged Couple Saturday -

Molly Anne Robinson
receiving line composed of the honoree with the soup tureen to her Mrs. Joe Utssy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack summer flowers. The
Honored at Coke Party honoree, her mother, Mrs. .Joyce china pattern as a memento of the Hazen,Mr.and Mrs. Jim Lewis,Mr. Florida room was overlaid with in the ;
On Saturday morning, Robinson, and Mrs. George Pierce, occasion. and Mrs.Dewey McKinney, Mr. and white linen cloth and a
August 24, an arrange-
the Starke Golf and Country Club mother of the prospective groom. Approximately 125 guests attended Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. ment of the same flowers were used.
was the scene of a Coke given Those in the receiving line were between the hours of 10 and 12 Bill Nix, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Out-of-town guests included Mr.
for Miss Molly Robinson party of presented with corsages.At noon. Rev. and Mrs. Norman Redding, and Mrs. Steve Robinson and Mrs.
Cleveland, Tenn., bride-elect of points of interest in the party Mrs. Carolyn Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Atchley, brother and sister of
room were pots of ferns and arrangements George Winkler and Mr. and Mrs.
George Robert Pierce, Jr., whose House For the bride-to-be from'Cleveland, La.
marriage will be an event of Oct.5 in of pastel silk flowers. Open Robert E. Allen, Jr. _
Cleveland Tenn. The refreshment table was covered Engaged CoupleMiss Greeting the guests as they arriv-
The hostesses Mrs. with an Army-Navy cloth and ed were Mrs. Outlaw and Mrs. Did You Know...........
Andrews, Mrs. R.were C. Buford Ervin centering the table was a large ar- Molly Anne Robinson and Carolyn Taylor who presented them
Mrs. rangement of pastel-colored Robert George Pierce were honoredat to the honored couple, and their Charles
Tom Casey, Mrs. Gloria King, Mrs. Peters of Marietta, Ga., r
Gene Melvin, Mrs. flowers. Open House on Saturday, August parents, Mrs. R. E. Robinson and was home for the weekend.
Ben Moxley, 24, at the home of Mr and Mrs.
Mrs. Allen Pratt, Mrs. Mrs. Tom Casey passed out platesto Judge and Mrs. George H. Pierce.
dish, and Mrs. Mike Sexton.Vernon Red- the guests. Mrs. Gene Melvin and Lavern Outlaw on 301 South. The refreshment table in the din- Karen Thorpe, a senior at
Mrs. Moxley Miss Michelle Sexton presided at the Co-hosts were Mrs. Joan Chitty, ing room was covered with a hand- Valdosta State College, was on the
greeted guests at Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Mr.
Coke table.
embroidered cloth from and
the door and Italy Dean's List for the summer quarter.
presented them to theII"II"'m' The hostesses presented the and Mrs. !.ames. Duncan. Mr. and! centered with an arrangement of ;

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Regina Eunice
James Fender

Come in & pick-up our 4-page Sale Circular for more Truckload Savings. 11'4I Regina Eunice

ill I! James Wed FenderTo Oct. 4

I TRUCII O D Eugene L. Eunice, Sr. and Mrs.

y PALMOLIVE GREEN! Norma nounce Jean the Thomas engagement of Lawley of their an-

I I I BATH SOAPAMERICAS daughter, Regina Lynn, to James
Richard Fender, son of Gale M.
Fender and the late JamesF.Fender .
of Starke.
FAMILY DRUG STORE I The wedding is planned for Oct. 4
e at 7 p.m. at Northside Baptist

II .............- Church, Starke.

Sale prices good thru Sat., Sept. 7th. I I ::02."GK vited All to friends attend.Woman's and. relatives are In-

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L Club to Have
II1I .
g ADVANTAGESUNGLASSES Conservation ProgramThe

,# first meeting of the 1985-M
year of the Woman's Club of Starke
I % will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 11
at noon, at the Clubhouse.
Under the auspices of the Conservation
I 5 0 OfF Department, Mr. David Norton -
i Cepacof ? C 1 Bradford County Forest Service -
will speak.Hostesses .
for this meeting will be
I Mrs. F. E. Ahrhart, Mrs. F. Brown,
ENTIRE STOCK Mrs. L. H. Gibson, Mrs. H. Gruen
LID f Reg BOO to 15.00 Selection nay wry Mrs. E. R. Kraft, Mrs. E. B. Searing

WHITE RAIN QI I Mrs. D. Spiers, Mrs. L. Ruud,
Mrs. C. B. Ruckdeschel, Mrs. C.
V. J. Spengler, and Mrs. D. W. Whif-

DD 99I I! fen.All members are cordialy invitedto

the meeting, which will begin with
1 99HAIRSPRAY' i luncheon, followed by the speaker
USTERMINT, CEPACOl i and business meeting.
0 F iii limit 24, -02 1. or SIGNAL 32.02. r /!

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........... Krystal Ann Sellers
R :: Mr.and Mrs.Kenneth Dale Sellersof
-I L'c'11 //7\? \>f ) I II Lawtey announce the birth of a
daughter,Krystal Ann,born Aug.27,
in Alachua General Hospital.
I 'ua L y M1. I I
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She joins a sister. Heather
! ., 'T Christine, age 2.
__ ___________ _, Maternal grandparents are Mr.
1 Reg. 1.59 to 3.50 A LIPSTICK HAIRCOLOR DISH LIQUID 3 STYLES Hilda Nester.
_Reg. 7.49 each 32.OZ. hag. 1.69 Paternal grandparents are Mr.
_ _ and Mrs. Ronnie Sellers of Lawtey.

I I I : : .' "' 1' 1 r' 11/ 1 1 t / !!! Brandi Elena Smith

"" Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Opie) M.
Smith, Jr., of Starke, announce the
'SlJDSEPH' i I CF I birth of a daughter, Brand! Elena,
I &I_ o /! born Friday, Aug. 30 in Shands

MAIM a./ MMCUKVMNMT ( reRrle MolaMnkL Hospital. She joins a brother,
Thomas, 4 years old.
_flriam"pe: Paternal grandparents are Mr.

I ,_ _____ and Mrs. Thomas M. Smith Sr.. of
I Kingsley Lake. Maternal grand-
Q-VEl parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W.
BOTTLE OF 30 30's Limit 2 402. Limit 2 Reg 1.19 /! -

I Llndsey Gall Brooks
r Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Brooks of
Keystone Heights announce the
I birth of a daughter, Lindsey Gail
I born Aug. 16 In Alachua GeneraiHospital.

Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Harold E. Rhoden of
Hampton. Paternal grandparentsare
David R. Brooks of Gilchrist and
f 1 Mrs. Bobby Teale of North Carolina.
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HAIR SPRAY 16-02. ISO 200 CL110 Reg 991 each 6-PACK Justin Wade Bigham
B-02. 2 TYPES 24 EXPOSURE Reg 65' each / Billy and Debbie Bigham of
I Brooker announce the birth of a son,
/! Justin Wade, born Aug. 15 In
i Alachua General Hospital. He joins
I a brother, Thomas Weston, age 3. ,
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs.
I Seletta Thomas of Gainesville.
1\\ Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
I FREE f uoJa Mrs. Bill Bigham of Brooker.
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1 DAISY j_ OS-CAL 500 1 / 4" I 8" / 1 TOSHIBA AM/FM /! Reception Honors
Rev. and
j TABLETS .. Heg 9.99 Reg 999 RTSXt Reg 7439DIGITECH i Reverend and Mrs. Robbie Best

were honored at a reception held
: August 25 in the educational building
I of the First Baptist Church.
e rrX i The lovely occasion of greeting
i friends was shared with Robbie and
Janet by the following family
I Svtll' : members: Mr. and Mrs. Verl Best
r Rhonda, Elaine and! Wayne Murray,
,, 1 : Marty Best and fiance,Mr.and Mrs.
II _- ItA1RE5 W i Mike Bassett and daughter and Mr.
...." and Mrs. Ricky Solze.
: Hostesses were Lane Tenly,
A Margaret Peek, Helen Oglesby. Bet-
SOLITAIRES 3.2-02. a Seleclion may vary LIGHTER "AA" or "AAA" DRY ROASTED IS-a2. ston Adele Mitchell, Helen Crosby,
. Reg. 1.13 each Mona Canova and Sonja Baldree.

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the Eckercl PAQ Seal Phormodsl Assured OuoWy mean you never ... ... I .with a regular meeting following -
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Miss April, Rooney Hampton HilitesSt. -

Shower HonoreeOn

Wednesday evening of last parents are Cecil and Louise Mat- HOME ENTERTPJNMENT
Edwards News
week, a miscellaneous shower was theus of Hampton.. .
held in the back .dining room of RENEW Meeting Held Maternal grandparents are John
Western Steer for Miss April On Wednesday evening Aug. 28.a and Pat Cook of Fernandina Beach.
Rooney, by hostesses Kathy Metz meeting of the St. Edward'sRENEW Mr. and Mrs. John Cook spent the
and Charlotte Wilson. Core group was held in the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. CONCEPTS
The refreshment able was Parish Hall. Robert Langford. Mrs. Cook is stay-
covered with a white lace cloth Dr. William Marchese, Coor ing on several more days with her .
centered with an arrangement of dinator, presided at the meeting daughter and family.
mums, daisies and carnations in which opened with prayer led by the Labor Day Visitors f, Bradford Square (Next to Stump's)
pastel colors; The table also held a pastor, Father Joseph Finlay. John Mr.and Mrs.Cecil Mattheus spent
two-tiered heart-shaped cake, nuts, wadovsky read Scripture passages. the Labor Day Weekend with their
mints and finger foods. Committee members present son, Glenn Mattheus, in Fernandina 964-6946
The guests were mostly reported on work they have done and Beach.
employees) of the Western Steer outlined goals for Season III of the Sympathy
where Miss Rooney was formerly RENEW program. Sympathy is extended to the fami- OPEN: 10-6 Mon.-Thurs. 10-8 Fri. & ,Sat. 1-5 Sun.

employed. Special guests attending Small Group Leaders were advised ly and friends of May Rusha who SALE ENDS SUNDAY SEPTMEBER 7 1985FISHER
were the 'groom's mother, Mrs. of meetings to be held at St. died at her home in Tampa on Sept. ,
Herbert Green, Sr., the bride's Madeleine's Parish in High Springson 1. Mrs. Rusha and her family were
grandmother, Mrs. Anna Rooney, Sept. 10 and Sept. 15. former residents of this area.
and Mrs. Linda Johns. Corsageswere Preparatory plans for the Third Birthdays
presented to the honoree, her Season of RENEW under the Sept. 1 Andy Hall and E. W.
grandmother and Mrs. Green. heading "Empowerment by the Hodges; Sept. 2 Angela Truett,Mary CABLE READY
Games were played and prizes Spirit" will be made at St. Edward's Ann Parmenter and Scott Clark;
awarded to Miss Rooney, Mrs. with Sign-up Sunday set for Sept. 22. Sept. 4: Noemi Aviles, Fred Peeplesand
Green and Mrs. Linda Johns. Prayer Commitment Sunday is Dottie Roberts; Sept. 5: Debbie
scheduled for Oct. 6. On Oct. 13 the Roberts, Tanya Nichols and Leslie
six week period of Season III for the Brown; Sept. 6: Donna Peeples and VCR
Lelia's Dress & Gift Shop RENEW program of the St. Randee Varnum; Sept. 7 Cassie ____ -.- .__ =-_
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Augustine Diocese will begin. Carter. _
All Summer Merchandise Anyone desiring more information Hampton Elementary Wireless/ Remote a -I --
Reduced about this program is invited to call PTA Open House
Drastically St. Edward's Catholic Church or Dr. The PTA meeting scheduled for aoo
Marchese. Thursday, Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. at the Front Load
school will give parents an opportunity -
HAMPTON HILITES to meet the teachers of their 14 Day 3 Event L 00)
Primitive Baptist By Dolores Meng children as well as to become
Annual Communion Set Phone 468-1915 familiar with curriculum. Following
Guest Speaker for Union the meeting teachers will welcome
Primitive Baptist Church's Annual Open House Rescheduled parents in the classrooms. '
Communion and Foot Washing Friends of Mrs. Ina Horne plan to $37795LIMITED
meeting will be Elder Danny.Parker honor her with an Open House Partyon Lunch Menus
from Tennessee. September 14 at her new home on Bradford Elem.&Middle School TIME ONLY
The meetings are scheduled for SR 18 in Hampton. Friends are In- .. .
Chicken noodles,
:Monday Srpl.8: & cheese stlx -
Thursday,Sept. 12,7 p.m.,Friday at vited to call between the hours of 6 turnip greens, peaches,cornbread milk.
7 p.m., Saturday at 10:30a.m.and: 7p.m. and 9 p.m. This party originally set TucHitay. Sept. io: Barbecue on bun, butteredcorn
and Sunday at 10:30: a.m. and for Aug. 31 was postponed due to coleslaw, fruit jello, milk.Wrrinemluy. .
Elena. Sept. II: Pig in the blanket, baked
6:30: p.m..all at Zion Rest. beans,garden salad fruit cup, milk.
Everyone is welcome. Elder New Arrival ThurKduv, Sept. I u: Fish portions, french fries, SHARP
Harry Brooker is pastor Krishna Elaine Langford green beans,applesauce,hot rolls, milk.
Robert and Katny Langford of rlduy. Srpt. IJ: Pizza mixed vegetables pear
halves, applesauce cake, milk.
Hampton proudly announce the arrival -
of their daughter, Kristina 61 19" COLORTELEVISION
1965 BHS Planning Elaine. She was born at Shands Bradford High School
9 Hospital in Gainesville on Aug. 31
Meeting Sept. :Monday Sept.9: Beef-a-roni,cheese stlx,green
5lbs,14 and
The BHS Class of 1965 will have a, weighing 18 inches lon$. She oz.joins measuring a brother, Tuesday beans,apple Sept.crisp lo Whaler hot rolls on,milk.bun, french fries, q I
planning meeting Monday night Timmy, who is seven. cole slaw,chocolate cake milk.
Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. at the Chamber of Paternal grandparents are Ralph Wednesday, Sept. lit Tacos, beef&cheese, let-
building.lelia's luce & tomato, buttered corn, peaches cookie,
Commerce and Betty Jo Langford of Fernan- milk.
f. I dina Beach. Paternal great grand- Thursday Spt. I 12: Beef-vegetoble soup,cheese \ \ Just In Time For
toast, Fruit cup, brownie, milk.
Dress & Gift ShopAll Did You Know.......,... Friday, Sept. II: : Fried chicken, mashed -
potatoes, turnip greens, applesauce cake, hot Football
Summer Merchandise rolls, milk. -
August 27 Duplicate Bridge Club -
Drastically Reduced results were: first Faikel and Mike AI.A-CARTE

Mabel; tied for second were the Monday-French fries orange Juice. $ 9 5
Burnettes and Lillian Stump and cheeseburgers, pi//a,milkshakes. $399. 39
World Missions Myldred Cuttino.lelia's Tuosiluv-Chlcken trench fries, milkshakes.UeclnrHiluvFish nuggets. corndogs, pizza Reg.

Conference nuggets, hamburgers, p\i.ia\
orange juice milkshakes.ThursdayCheeseburgers. _
At Hope. Baptist Dress & Gift ShopAll milkshakesorange juice,, french fries, pizza

Krliluv-Prench fries, corndogs" burritos, pizza
viles Hope Baptist Church of Starke in- Summer Merchandise milkshakes,orange Juice..
everyone to attend the.World Each day students have a choice of a hot lunchor
Missions Conference set Sept. 15-Ut. Drastically Reduced salad bar or they muy purchase u-la-carler
There will be missionaries frmn

Japan, Phillipines, Bahamas, India u te ku ku b k rf
and home missionaries. Dr. Bob : PANASONIC
Dayt fc, director of Latin America*I ': i'.: ... C.J.'s / .i : .. -r' '. .
Missions, will be the main k : Cutt'n LooseFeaturing 'r ; .,
Mission services will be held during 10 STEREO ii
both services on Sunday, Sept. 15 : Calvin Kirkland

and at noon Monday through I & Diane Snow (Formerly from Diane's Beauty Salon) _
Wednesday, with the evening serf
f vices beginning at 7:30: p.m. Monday I A Calvin &. Jolene Enterprise

through Wednesday. Hwy. US 301 South Across from Norman's Market SYSTEM
Hope Baptist Church is located 8
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Revivals Starting Sept. 16 I ..

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Evangelist Early Brown of St. $27900'Video
Augustine will conduct revival ser- *
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face Mike to tough Chappell (at left) and Billy lIorrell are ready to The Tornadoes take on St. Augustine,then Palatka In Head Coach David nurse will lead this staff into a Mike Sexton: Defensive Coordinator Varsity Head

Fall Jamboree opponents this Friday night In the anal the Jamboree. new football season filled with challenges as BUS Coach David Hurse Offensive Backfield
in St. Augustine, 'returns to 3A competition. Kamiiifikl Jerry
Defensive Secondary, David Tew .
From right to left to the coaches are: Jay Godwin Defensive Line, J.V.Head Coach Lanier Clyatt_ Offen J.V.
Offensive Coordinator, Mike Richter J.V. backfield save Line.

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I BHS Ready For 3A This Fall Face Tough Teams in Jamboree I

It'll be two tough tests for us," head and shoulders above -- -

David says veteran Hurse Bradford of High Coach else, although Coach Sexton anybody says a sive rover cornerbacks back, and, a a Sam safety.linebacker, getting along fine, says Coach Sex Defensive tackleTommy Parker, Strong end- Billy Jackson is work-

the annual preseason everybody is Billy Harrell and Chris ing this
football working hard. "Our personnel seem to fit the ton.The Dougherty position pretty much by
p.m. in St.Augustine jamboree set at 8 Film of the jamboree will be split-40 now," says Coach Sexton. Defense... Defensive endDennis Cummingsand himself due to the injured shoulderof
The carefully analyzed. Coaches will Greg Jackson. veteran Mike Chappell who probably

St.Augustine Tornado in the eleven plays pick out the good things that will fit Defense is Green.... Defensive players are, by positions Sam linebacker-Lonnie Hamilton, will be held out of jamboree
second quarter into the total package, Sexton says. : and some by Greg Jackson and Ron action.
and Palatka In the third quarter. In- Some of the backup players are The defense is the inexperiencedpart Inside linebacker-Gary Wise, Ron Brown. Defensive cornerback. David

jamboree.terlachen is the fourth team in the doing better than starters were last The of offense this Tornado needs eleven. Brown, Chris Dougherty, and Chris Rover back- Aaron Matthews and
Coach to keep BHS in Cribbs.
year, Hurse Greg Wiggins.
Both Coach Hurse and Coach Mike "It'll be two says. the win column while the defense
good tests for
Sexton, the veteran defensive coordinator says Coach Hurse us, matures, says Coach Hurse. The
with his
say they plan to playas defensive split-40 is easier to teach than the old

many"We people re gonna as possible.give'em a shot and edition to find of out the about Fighting the quality Tornadoes.Hurse of wants this If it 5-4, Hurse defense points, and out.Coach Sexton likes John Francis Makes Gator Team .

see what Experience on defense is limited
they can do, says Coach something needs work the
Sexton. "It'll be two toughies," Sex- need to find it out week to five players: Ron Brown at Sam By Mark Fried lin
a before
the first
ton added. season linebacker, Billy Jackson at defensive BCT Staff regular season game."I It was in the Gators main scrimmage -
The coaches began last spring opener with Williston. end, Aaron Matthews at rover It's a long from Writer the just wanted to make the travel- two weeks ago when Francis
back, Chris Dougherty way practice ing squad when I first came out," showed the Gator staff
working players at more than one Split-40 Again... played some field at Bradford High School to the Francis coaching
at defensive tackle said on the telephone early what he do.
to and Lonne can
position gain badly needed of
depth. Miami
It's paid off, says Coach Sexton. The Tornadoes will run a split-40 Hamilton, who started two or three John University David Francis is but BHS grad this week. "It's a real thrill and the The freshman kicker, outstanding "
to make
Hopefully, they'll) be able to in defense again this year. It seems to games last season before going out the trip in going dream of a lifetime. I just hope I carr in high school, boomed a 41 yard
step style- as a member of the
confuse an opponent's blocking with serious keep up and stay on the team for field
and play and get the job done." a knee injury. University of Florida Gator a goal straight through the
Working the players at several scheme to an extent, says Coach Hamilton is back this season, football team. varsity longtime. uprights, then cracked a 51 yarderon

positions may have slowed them Hurse. although he just began practicing Francis, a kicking who Francis goes into the game as the his second attempt. The effort
down some. But by next week there It's easier to adjust to different offenses this week after recovering from a "walked on" during specialist Gator number one kickoff man and will vaulted him ahead of the pack of
with a split-40, says Coach badly cut tryouts also be the number hopefuls into head to head
should be a starting group, says Sex leg received when his lawn several weeks ago, has outkicked 15 two punter, a com-
Sexton. A split-40 defense uses six mover ran over a wire which cut other potential behind Senior Ray Criswell, an petition with Jeff Dawson, a red-

ton.But, so far, nobody has shown down linemen, two linebackers back him. Hamilton wears a knee braceon kickoff this Saturday players and will Orange Park High School graduatewho shirt junior who was considered

up of the split In the middle, two defen the leg injured last year, and is Hurricanes of Miami in against the Gators'the led the nation in punting last .
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I Legal Notices pageuM.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION Council of Brooker TIONS NOT SO FILED tative's Starke
attorney are set Florida 32091 until This I I. In compliant
FOR AMENDMENTOF Florida, will conduct a WILL BE FOREVER BAR. forth below. 7 p.m. on Sunday. with the Florida Statutes

LAND USE PLAN public hearlnant__ n RED. All Interested persons September 15, 1985. at Chapter 120.54
TOWN OF BROOKER regular meeting held at Publication of this are required to file with which time and place enacted by the 1974
FLORIDAAn Boo: P.M. at Town Hall, Notice has begun on this court WITHIN THREE they will be publicly Florida Legislature.

ORDINANCE' amending Brooker on September August 29, 1985. MQNTHS$ OF IHE..FIRST opened and reed aiowf. JIM QUHCAN-- ...
m. Comprehensive: .,Io... 198$.and.will consider Personal Representative PUBLICATION OF "THIS The proposals will be SUPERINTENDENT
Land 'Us. Plan Element an Ordinance : EMORY LEE ARCHER NOTICE: ((1)) all claims based on furnishing all BRADFORD COUNTY
and map by Brooker relating to: P.O.Box 267 against the estate and materials, equipmentand SCHOOLS "STOPSummer i

Florida. In accordance Amend the Comprehensive Hampton, Florida 32044 ((2)) any objection by an labor for the construction 9/5 2tchg 9/12
with the local Government Land Use Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Interested person on of a boat ramp ,
Comprehensive Plan to provide that : whom this notice was and pier at the community
Planning Act' of 1975 as lands currently classified JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. served that challengesthe lot In Lakewood. NOTICE Y

provided for In Chapter Single Family and TERENCE M. BROWN. validity of the will Drawings specifications Notice Is hereby given
163 of the Florida designated by the planas P.A. P.O.Drawer 40Stork. the qualifications of the and other contract that ,
Statutes.TO yellow be ., Florida 32091 personal representative documents may be examined September 16 Monday 1905 at REDUCED

: All Citizens, Taxpayers reclassified to Mobile ((904)) 964.8272 8/29.9/5 venue, or jurisdiction of at the residenceof 10:00 o'clock A.M., the
and other Interest Home and designated the court. A. 1. Crosby, Jr.. 932 undersigned./ Gator

persons: brown, the property of T. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS West Butler Rd.. Starke. rrelghfways/ Inc, will
You and each of you and B.G. Jon., described IN AND FOR BRADFORD NOT SO FILED Bidders shall bid on ((1)) till at public auction for

are hereby and h.r..lthgiven as follows: COUNTY WILL BE FOREVER BAR. the ramp ((2)) the pier cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd..
notice In accordance Commence Feet E. of RED. and ((3)) the romp and Jocle.onvFlorIda./ 'br

with Florida SW Corner of SE 1/4 and CIVIL ACTION Publication of this pier combined. one lot of Cord, consigned .
Statutes that the Town run E 91 Feet N 240 Feet Case No. 85.357 notice has begun on Lakewood Improvement to Westside Gazette, +

Council of Brooker, W 91 Fet S 240 Feet to August 29 1985. Association Ft, Lauderdale/ Fla., to / \
Florida will conduct a PT 01 Beg RP 781. INDERPAL S. BASSI, Husband Personal Representative reserves the right to satisfy freight/ and /
public hearing at a You are further given : Alice Anderson waive Information In any storage charges under
regular meeting held at NOTICE that a copy of and P. O. Box 248 Lawtey bid or to delete any portion the provisions of Section

8:00 P.M. at Town Hall said proposed ORDINANCE MANJEET K, BHAGRATH, Florida 32058. of the project. 4b) of Uniform Standard '
Brooker, Florida on Is available for Wife. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative. The Association Bill/ of Lading.

September 10, 1985 and your Inspection at the TerenceM. reserves the right to accept 03.555359 dtd 7/15/85 ,
will consider an Ordinance Office of the Town Clerk NOTICE OF SUIT Brown. P.A., P. O. or reject any or all Gator Fre/ghtways, Inc. '
relating to: Town Hall Brooker, NO PROPERTYTO Drawer 40, Starke, Fla. bids. Bids must be sealed Carrier
Amend the Comprehensive Florida. 32091. Phone and the envelope must 9/5 2tchg 9/12 S Lee '
Land Use Each and every person : INDERPAL S. 9049648272. be markedBID: ON I I

Plan to provide that having any Interest BASSI, address 8/29 2tchg 95INVITATION RAMP AND PIER.Successful IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 11\1I14fiiI\1 Jeans ,
lands currently classified whatev.r In the enactment unknown. bidder will EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- r {
of this proposed be notified of Association yf
Ingle family and CUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD Jr. Sizes
designated by the plan ORDINANCE should appear YOU ARE HEREBY TO BID action.A. ,,
as yellow, be and be h.ard at the NOTIFIED that on action Suwanne River J. THOMAS Jr. CASE NO.85.214CASTOCKTON 115Jr.

reclassified to mobile time and" place prescribed. for DISSOLUTION OF Economic Council, Inc., President WHATLEY. \\f 11
home and designated MARRAGE has been filed hereby announces their Sept. 4. 1985 DAVIN S COMPANY a > Sizes 3-15

brown, the property of TOWN COUNCIL TOWN against you and you or.r.qulr.d Intent to accept bids for 952tchg912SALE Florida Corporation I
Jeanette Prescott OF BROOKER FLORIDA to serve a copy the purchase of In Plaintiff/ I Missy 6-20

described as follows: lot 8/22.9/5 of your written d.f ens.s. surance. OF v* : zA .,' ,
3 of Block 11 In Ward City If any to It, on the plaintiff Sealed bids will be FORFEITEDCONFISCATED OLAN W. POLK. SR. AND I Reg. 34.00
whose and address received In.the Administrative ,
Section 8, Township 7 name LYDIA C. POLK his wife; ;
1C MANJEET K. Office of
South 20. o
BHAGRATH 2370 S.W. Suwonnee River
You are further given Bradford CountySh.rlff' BANK OF
Archer Rd. Number 44 Economic Council,
NOTICE that of
o copy Office will sell GAINESVILLE.
said proposed ORDINANCE Gainesville, Fla. 32608 until 4:30 p.m., E.S.T., on the following describedproperty Defendants. \
PROBATE DIVISION and file the with September Chic Jeans
Is available for original 20. 1985, forth to the highest ,
CASE NO.1 85-9-CP the dark of the above following classes of
your Inspection at the Division: ((1.3609)) bidder on Monday NOTICE OF SALE &
$32 $34
styled court on or Insurance: Reg.
Office of the Town Clerk, RE: The Estate of September 16 1985 at Notice/ Is hereby giventhat
I I.
Town Hall, Brooker AUDREY VIRGINIA AR- : GENERAl 4:00: pm., place of sale: pursuant to a Final $24" &
oth.rwl..o judgementmay LIABILITY
Florida. CHER, Deceased b. entered COMPLETED OPERATIONS Bradford County Jail. Judgment of Foreclosure/ f
Each and every person NOTICE OF Vehicle may be inspected entered herein, I will self
for the relief AND
having any Interest ADMINISTRATIONThe demanded the LIABILITY. prior to sae.| th. property situated In
whatever In the enactment administration of m complaint PROPERTY TO BE Bradford County $2599
of this proposed or petition. II. WORKMAN'S COM- SOLD:: 1977 Ford Pickup Florida described
the estate of AUDREY WITNESS hand and PENSATION.III. as::
ORDINANCE should my Truck' "VIN No. tot Twelve Block/
appear VIRGINIA ARCHER ; (12)
and be heard at the ..ib* seal of said coudton COMMERCIAL F15BNO65279. Fifteen -i'
deceased File Number 26. 1985. BLANKET BOND. (IS), and the East Summer :
time and place prescrib 35.9-CP: Division August GILBERT S. BROWN as This sale Is In accordance 25' of Lot Eleven ((11)' L I

.d. ((1-3609)), Is pending In Clerk of said court. Bid packets be with Florida Block/ Fifteen (15) of Cotton
TOWN COUNCIL TOWN the Circuit Court for Beulah obtained Statut., Section 932. Word City now Brooker,
By: Moody, at Suwanne
OF BROOKER. FLORIDA Bradford County, Deputy Clerk. River Economic Council, DOLPH E. REDDISH In Bradford County, Y.. Sweaters

8/22 8/29 9/5 Florida, Probate Division 8/29 4tchg 9/19 Inc., Administrative Office SHERIFF Florida all lying and being t i 'r

the address of 1001 Nobles BRADFORD COUNTY, In Section 8, 1

APPLICATION which Is North Tempi Road Live Oak, Florida Ferry, FLA. Township/ South, Range : $799 1j
NOTICE OF Avenue, Stark., Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 32060. Telphone 9/5 2tchg 9/12 20 East. with:

FOR AMENDMENTOF 32091 The name and .fOR BRADFORD COUN- 9043624115.'Suwonnee. : rang., automatic
LAND USE PLAN addresses of the personal TY. FLORIDA -- River washer refrigerator/ ,
representative and PROBATE DIVISIONFILE Economic PUBLIC NOTICE wall to wait carpet. l
TOWN OF BROOKER, Council Inc.,
the personal represen No. 8S-68-CP reserve the The Bradford County Al/ public sale/ to th.
FLORIDAAn right to reject
totlv.'s attorney are set School Board Stark., highest and best bidder
all bids.
ORDINANCE amending any or
below. Florida will hold a Public for cash at the front entrance .i.ion
the ComprehensiveLand forth IN RE: ESTATE OF Frances Terry-Jackson, 750/0 '
Hearing on a proposedom.ntm.nt ot the Bradford :
Us* Plan Element All Interested persons CASSIE HOUSTON, Executive Director. up to Off
to Board
file with County Courthouse In _
and Brooker, are required to Deceased. 8/29 2tchg 9/5
map by WITHIN THREE Rule 16G..5.08. "Pupil Stork. Florida at 11:00
this Court, NOTICE OF '
Florida. In accordancewith MONTHS OF THE FIRST ADMINISTRATIONTh -- Progression/ Plan", on a.m. on the 15th day of : All Summer Wear 1
the local Gov.rn.m.nt
PUBLICATION OF THIS administration of September October. 1985.
ComprehensivePlanning NOTICE: ((1)) all claims the estate of CASSIE p.m., In the School BoardRoom GILBERT S. BROWN I
Act of 1975 as against the estate and HOUSTON, deceased Is ASSOCIATION::I of the Bradford CLERK CIRCUIT COURT '. FASHION STOP
provided for In Chapter School Administrative/ / By: Beuloh/ Moody I
((2)) any objection by an pending In the Circuit
163 of the Florida I
/ 452 N. Temple Ave;
Statutes.TO Interested person on Court for Bradford County INVITATIONTO Off/ces, 542 N. Temple .Deputy Clerk/ ..
Taxpayers whom this notice was Florida Probate Division BID Avenue Sforhe, Florida Donald L. Smith Esquire Hwy 301 Across from High School
All Cltlteni,
: served. that challenges the address of Copies of this proposed 816 Barnett Bank .
and'other Interest Amendment be Open 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon.-Sat.,, I
the validity of the Will which Is North Temple Sealed proposals will may Building
persons: the qualifications of the Avenue Stark., Florida be received by the President obtained at the Jacksonville Fla 32202 +
You and each herewith of you Personal Representative 32O91. The names and of ,lakewood Improvement Superintendent's Offces Telephone: ((904) Phone 964-5772
are hereby and between 7:30 a.m. 354-3645
venue, or jurisdiction addresses of the personal Association nn '
given notice In accordance of the Court. representative and at Thomas Realty Office, and 4:30 p.m., Monday Attorney for Plaintiff v..... MC, liytwitt

Statutes ,with that the Florida Town All CLAIMS AND OBJEC the personal represen 621 N. Walnut St., through Friday. '/52tcn-/12 .ai i.



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1'1 BPS.1oi'adoesGear? : Up :For Tough Competition in Jamboree i

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Hamilton, Wendell Shanks, Johnny David Hamilton has the lead in Is 6-6 and can catch the football,says preciated, Coach Hurse says. Many without such a brace. The aruwser: 2A team In an 8 p.m. game. ; .
I Clark, Mike Gray, and Clinton punting right now, but Johnny ClarkIs Coach Hurse. teams now outfit every player with however, is to have the players out- BHS had to go into overtime to '
Jenkins. also kicking well, says Coach Strong side tackleTommy the knee braces, which prevents fitted with the brace before injury. beat Williston 10-7 last year on a''
SafetyFrank Long, Cory Strong Hurse. Parker, Billy Harrell, and Andrew side-to-side or lateral movement of John David Francis field goal.
I and Andy Jones. QB Frank Long will kick extra Timmons. the knee but allows forward move- Season Opener... Williston is a hold-over from the
points. Johnny Clark, the back-up, Strong side guard- .Keith Gill- ment. BHS will travel to Williston nextFrldav. Class 2A period. BHS has a two-year
I The Offense... quarterback, holds for extra points. ingham and Gary Wise. Ixmnta Hamilton rnulri not play :Sent. 13. to take on the Class contract with the team. :.' '.:
RunningbackClinton Jenkins CenterDanny Manning. Tommy '
The backfield and offensive line "
the most experienced' com- and speedster Andy Jones will share Parker backs up Manning. -- --
I ponents of this Tornado eleven. duties here. Jones, hampered by a Weak side guard-Chris Dougherty Francis,is Gator Kickoff Man (frompleUA) ,
Letterman quarterback Frank strained foot now, is a speedster, an and Chris Cribbs.
I Long will start in the jamboree. But advantage the Tornadoes have Weak side tackleGreg Jacksonand just behind Alf.AmericanRayriswell Francis,John David's father who Is ,
Coach Hurse also wants to see seldom had. Joel Brewer. number one until Francis enteredthe has to be doing the job.That a Bradford School Board Ad- '
Johnny Clark, up from the JV, and FullbackAaron Matthews and picture. Francis can boom punts should be no ministrator,"I don't want to say too
j Robert Starling the catcher from Greg Wiggins will share duties. Knee Braces... Francis started raising a few big suprise to BHS opponents. Opposing much yet but we're making the trip
I the BHS baseball team who is out for Tight endRon Brown David The BHS Athletic Dept. just coaching eyebrows when he began players watched helplessly to Miami and we've got our fingers
football for the first time as a Junior., Williams, and Mike Chappell. bought 20 knee braces at $37 each. routinely booming kickoffs deep into last season as Francis put their offense :crossed. It was a big challenge with ," '
Starling, who Hurse calls a WideoutTodd McLeod, Patrick Coach Hurse would like to have the the endzone,a trait highly prized by into a deep hole in their own all the other hopefuls trying out but
natural snapper, will be the centeron Diggs,Andy Jones,Wendell Shanks, protective knee braces for every coaches and feared by opponents,as territory time after time. he responded to it. I tell you,this will
extra points and field goals. Wesley Thomas, Jeffery McClellan, player, but cannot afford them.If a deep kickoffs negate any chance of "We're very proud of him and be the most nervous I've ever been
Andy Jones is the leading punter'but and David Hamilton. Diggs, centeron anybody would like to donate a long return.As we're excited about the Miami game for Florida game, you can count on
I' has a strained foot now. the JV basketball team last year, some braces, they would be ap- for his punting, anyone ranked coming up," commented Charles that."

Starke Fun .

OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 1f0i0a010 Run SetThe .

7th Annual Starke Fun Run to
benefit the Bradford Association for
4 Drawer Hon Letter vI and EQUiPMENT I Retarded Citizens is scheduled for
I this Saturday, Sept. 7.
FILE There will be two races, 10,000
p Meters and the One-Mile race, with
r the first race beginning at 8:30: a.m.
CABINET from the Community State Bank
x THE parking lot.

,Reg. 226 -.SAVE '51 OFFICE Races will be run in 12 divisions:
The' Office Shop Women's 13-under,14-19,20-29,30-39,
SHOP 40-over, and Men's 13-under, 14-19,
$175 llOW.CollSt. 110 W. Call Street 20-23, 26-29, 30-39, 40-49 and 50-over.

9645764Stork. 964-5764 Special trophies will be awardedto

.,.Flo. 1-mile winners, children 2-6 and
a 7-10,with trophies to first-place win-
ners in all age groups. There will
also be trophies for first-place male
and female winners over-all in both
M----A second and third-place prizesto
: HOT SUMMER COUPON! C. .-r \\\\J vv 'O'O }.."" all age groups, and trophies for
\. Secretarial f \) u if the oldest and youngest runner.
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5.v 3M C40 v ,. : Pre-registration is $5, with
Swingline registration on race day $6.
TAPE DISPENSERPosture Registration forms are available at
I the Bradford County Telegraph and
Chair f Stapler 711 \ Community State Bank.

$5 40 1 I The event is sponsored annually

Reg. '7.40 Reg. *119.20 ;: Reg. 10.45 \ by the the Bradford Community County State Telegraphand Bank of

$ 9 4 68 $ I Jaycees Starke with of Keystone special, Starke thanks City to:

( ii 7 99 Coach Police,Jerry Hardee's McGriff, McDonald's, and Coach,

,, SAVE ISAVE I SAVE I 6 George Loper. All proceeds go to
.. benefit the Bradford Association for
Retarded Citizens.Community .

I Copying MachineRental Webster" \ -= p' Day.

In conjunction with the Fun Run,
the Community State Bank of Starke
\ or Sales Dictionary ,' will have its annual
,1.."".",.:; .: .' ) Community the Appreciation -
Day following race.
.... I' Reg. M4.95SUMMER 'f.f.lillll" 'J..J You're Invited to come-and bring
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Get One Free 1 5 0/0 annual Starke Golf and Coun-

Club Tournamentwill
try Championship
be held September 28 and 29.
MHO MMER COUPON! Yi Off Club Pro, Herb Herres, said you
dRegular can play with whomever you like
No. 1 both days. .
oj" PAPER CLIPS In conjunction with the tourna-
i ment there will be a fish fry for allmembers
BUY ONE BOX .. S'/axll or SY2X14 and their spouse on Sept.
28 at 7 p.m.
GET ONE FREE HOT COUPON! The club will furnish the food, so
just bring yourselves.
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Boston Electric Get 1 Free ELECTRICCALCULATOR DanceThe Excercise & Aerobic

Pencil Sharpener !.! Starke Recreation Depart-
SAVE I SAVEl SAVE I ment will offer an ecercise and
Reg. 139.95 aerobic dance class Monday through
Reg. 25.00 Friday evenings, beginning Mon

day, Sept. 9.
119.95 Aerobic dance class will be from
$19.89 '3 5:30-6 p.m., and exercise class from
a 6-7 p.m.upstairs in the Old Armory.
You must sign up for a minimumof
3 classes per week.
Fees are: 3 classes per week,$10
ASSOCIATED 1/3 CUT LETTER exercise and$5 dance; 4 classes per
Raised PrintBusiness week, $12.50 exercise and $7.50
FILE dance; or 5 classes per week,$lS exercise
and dance.'
L $10
Cards Classes will be for 8 weeks.
Registration is due when you begin
FOLDERS class.
1000 18.95ELECTRONIC .
Morning Exercise...
BUY ONE The Starke Recreation Depart-
ment will conduct exercise classeson
SW!NTEC80'0 Tuesday and Thursday mornings
; GET ONE FREEr beginning Sept.10.The .
free classes will be from
II Handy For Reaching 9:30-10:30: a.m. at the Old Armory.

High Places Youth Flag Football

TYPEWRITER Registration Set...
t .V Vf V ** t* \ KIKSTEP
WITH MEMORY Registration for Youth Flag Foot-
ball will continue through
IIIIIIIII 'September 19 at the Starke Recreation
I f 1I 'HOf:' SUMMERC5ILIQUID '' Q Department.Clinics

Reg. *895 i 9 f' -. will be held September
Lilt 44.95
PAPER 16-19,with games,played during the I
week after school, scheduled to
1/2 : $3395 :. begin Sept. 23. I
Sale oz. Reg. 1.40, : The program is for boys and girls '
: ages 7-13,and if there Is enough participation
Sale 99 : there will be two leagues,
: 7-9 and 1013. Age determining date
Is how old your child is on Sept.23.
T nn SAVEISAV fSAVEIQQ Registration fee will be $5, which
will cover the price of a shirt that the
child will keep. ',
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Supplement totTh.Irodord .
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. I Melrose resident discovers his love of fine "specialty woods" can be a profitable undertaking

; By Mark Friedlin. BCT Staff Writer
"Select Woods", a new company located at the Keystone Heights Air- 4 4t
port, specializes in hard to get and hard to work unusual cuts of wood for a :; A: '
growing group of very special. customers. ,

"We sell wood that large lumber yards won't touch due to the type of ,
tree used or the difficulty in working with certain types," says Select t t 7 '
Woods owner David Swanson, who moved to Keystone Heights recently M1i
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from Gainesville. "We make a lot paneling, siding and doors for people q
, who just want something a little different. These woods we work with are
some of the most beautifully grained woods of all. We almost always work
I with cedar and cypress, which makes really nice paneling, but other
: lumber yards won't touch it. We also work with cherrywood. Their
I massive pine-cutting and shaping operations won't handle these woods.
, That's were we come In." t'

I Sw'anson says the many residents in the lake region area who custom"build r 1.

their own homes with their own designs are some of his best i
customers. ss'n (' '
"There are many more people around here with custome built homes 1
than I ever imagined before we moved here," Swanson says. "They '
usually go after a natural, wooden look for their houses, many of which
are on the lakes in this area. They want something different and we're
glad to able to supply it. We've been just as busy as we can be since we
opened the plant last Fall. I haven't even had to go looking for customers,
we have all we can handle right now."
The area where the plant is located gives Swanson and his one full time
and two part-time employees a unique location for their work.
The Keystone Airport is sprawling facility that was expanded to an
unusually large size during World War II to accomodate large prop-
driven bombers. The airport has three main airstrips, and more Impor-
tantly to Swanson, large concrete aprons built along the sides of the main
landing ways. ?

I After receiving permission from the Keystone Heights City Council, 11 ''yntr'r R
Swanson found a good location for his plant near one of those old concrete f''ir
aprons and set up a saw shed and drying shack, and is in the process of
building two drying and curing shacks for seasoning his raw materials
before cutting."The .
airport is a unique location unlike any other area around here,"
Swanson said. "The wide open spaces are just what I had in mind for the
plant and we like the short driving distances involved. We are close to xi
Keystone Heights, Starke and Gainesville which makes it easy for our

Swanson operates the business end of his operation out of an office in
Melrose, where customers, most of them hearing of the operation by
word of mouth, have kept he and his helpers busy with orders for the

specialized.woods. ;
One of the toughest parts of the job comes when a particularly fine tree ; i T i
is located that is about to be cut down for construction purposes. When ,t r i ,
Swanson hears of one, he and his crew pile into his vintage 1940's era '
pickup truck and head out to the site. Their travels. take them all over the
area search of exotic cuts of wood. t
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"We'vegoneintypotrt.pretty.wild places nut thmut ,-,-_--+ro'S.Mren.9ns n.e.... -,wr,-.,a..:. ....... t
here," Swanson said, pointing toward a stack of freshly cut boar of all ;;k'\\ V:4\f
types of different woods drying In the sun The smell was "exotic", to say .
the least. "The cypress trees can be a real headache for us because they '! ..
are usually located in or very near the water and it can be a tough job get- .. '
ting to them, much less getting them up and on the truck. Also, because
they are water soaked pretty throughoughly, they are extremely heavy to
haul and take a long drying period to>> cure". ,.
; A Pretty Piece... I
Once they find the site, the hard part begins. They; cut the tree into yy${(
sections bind the with of chain hoist Melrose resident David Swanson
manageable log a length and it up on
the back of the truck. They transport their wooden quarry out to the cut- shows off one of the finely grained
ting site and unload it next to the main saw. trees he and his helpers use to carve
into a variety of exotic wood products
Called an "Alaskan Chain Saw" the specially designed machine is adjustable at his Select Woods business In
for a variety of different cuts and is equipped with long, thin Keystone Heights.
Blade made of sharp metal strips. They are flexible and rotate in a protec- Swanson and his helpers travel far
tive drum as the woods pass through. The key to the operation is flexibility. and wide to find prime pieces of
cedar, cypress and cherrywood,
trees that large commercial
"We can cut what amount to a pretty odd assortment of trees that large sawmills can't handle and convert
sawmills, with most of their operation geared to pine trees in standard them into beautiful, hand-made
diameters, can't handle," Swanson said. "A perfect example is this red- paneling, doors and other materialfor
wood piece (a huge slab of dark red wood lying next to the saw). It was home builders with an "original ,,,,
sent from California to be cut into a table. As you can see it would be a dIfficult touch" according to Swanson.
piece to cut for an ordinary sawmill. It will make a beautiful table Business Is booming with
before we're through." homebullders snapping up his products

The love Swanson has for his work is readily apparent in the care he and often sending in some of
takes with each piece of wood which enters his operation. He works their own favorites for Swanson to
methodically and carefully and looks forward to expanding his businessin work on. One customer recently senta
the future. huge piece of Redwood tree all the
way from California. It will be turn-
"You have to take your time in this business because the slightest ed Into a table.
mistake will show up,"Swanson said. "Our products are usually in highly 6l
visible places."
Some those plans for expansion include building a new drying shed,
and device.a solar-powered kiln to speed up the drying process. It will be a big 1rI.'r I.'r{

"We've found that the wood ages more completely and with a better
texture when it is kiln-dried," Swanson says. 'The kiln will be a fairly '
large structure with a "greenhouse" roof to allow the sun in and vents on .
the sides to facilitate the drying process and to let out the moisture. We Phofot by Mirk Prl dltn

plan to be able to increase our capacity. when we get it built. It's an exciting -
f _1 i,
project. : 4 r :

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I World-class pianist performs in Starke tonightWorld

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class concert pianist Martha Anne Verbit: "Boston-Pops Orchestra and has appeared with the live concert requires an alive, even electric performer.
whose solo recitals have included Lincoln Center the Newport Music Festival. and the American Liszt Socie- Tonight's program opens with Beethoven's
National Gallery in Washington, and London's ty Festival.. Moonlight Sonata, followed by Liszt's Sonetto 104. a;
Wigmore Hall, will perform in Starke this evening, Born in Fitzgerald, Ga., Miss Verbit had been After intermission, Miss Verbit will play a fun piece
Thursday, Sept. 3, at 8 p.m. scheduled to perform here last season, but the death of written especially for her by Joseph Finnimore,
her mother the morning of the concert >caused a "Crystal Stairs; a look backward at the Busby
With the expectation of a large crowd for this cancellation of the performance. She has a master's. Berkeley kind of film extravaganza of the 1930s
c, highlight of the 1985 Santa Fe Community College Fall degree in music from Boston University and studied at reminiscent of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The
Festival of the Performing Arts, the concert, which is the Eastman School and Julliard School of Music. Her program will conclude with Chopin's Nocturne in C
free and open to the public will be held in the sanctuary teachers included Anne Kraus, Armand Basile, Bela Minor, Op. 48 No. 1 and Scherzo in C-Sharp. minor, Op,
'j 1 of the First United Methodist Church. Ms Verbit will Nagy, and Martin Canin. Acclaimed by critics for her 39.
J perform on the Church's Yamaha Grand Piano, which', profound musicianship and unforgettable stage,
I pianist Boris Lvov praised last year as "the finest instrument -. presence, she recognized as a specialist in late After the concert, the Starke Woman's Club will hosta
1 in the World today, better than a Steinway." romantic and early modern composers. Her training in reception where the audience can meet this southern
ballet and theatre explain .the extra dimension that girl who has become an accomplished international ar-
t Martha Ann Vvrtilt is a frequent soloist with the critics note in her performances awareness; that a ,tlst. r ,,,1"


U Festival the Lakes Art. Show canceled by ,ElenaHeavy


Saturday rains and the threat tornadoes in. that woWtf have been traveling to the show in such bad to say, we're going in the hole l on this one" Mrs. Blount
the Keystone Heights area canceled the eighth annual weather." said. "Our Insurance more than doubled this year and
Festival of the Lakes Arts show and sale, much to the "We examined every area' really caused us,, we replaced our old banner,"
disappointment of art lovers in the area. great anguish to cancel the show. One thing the committee accomplished, however,
Committee members deliberated for six hours tryingto Even though Saturday's weather looked bleak at the was to get the Festival of the Lakes incorporated. "High Intensity"...
decide if they should reschedule the festival for the outset some 20 exhibitors showed up at the city hall Committee members decided, because of the circumstances Martha Anne Verblt has been acclaimed for
next day. Monday or even the next weekend."It anyway. Many called from out of town to see what the and to show good faith, they would reimburse her Pianist musical performances which have been
was insurmountable," commented And! Blount, plans were! Committee members after confering with half of the exhibitors' entry fee. "This Is not Intensely critics all over the country..
one of the committee members, "to put it back many of the exhibitors, called back all the artists to usually the tradition of other art festivals," Mrs. highly praised planned by for last year'i fealival.Verblt,to
togs then, There were too many loose ends, and we had confirm their decision to cancel the show this year"This Originally in Starke tonight, Sept S.
scheduled to
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was to take the amateur winemaker into wine included several ,a
f ( Special Feature WriterAs through the basic steps of wine making fermentation lock, a hydrometerused of home wine making.
I 1 .Irk I' ..-e- the grape harvest season nearsto from deciding on the type of ( to measure the specific gravity "The more you read about wine
a close area residents gathered at tablets the more you find that will
} grape, through the fermentation of the Juice), Campden
\ ,, Melrose Community School to learn process until the wine is bottled. (used to keep things sterilized and be helpful," he said.
from the experts how to turn grapes Both Comer and Trueblood agreed with great care as some people are Once you have obtained the equip-
t into wine. They came from Starke, that the noble muscadine grape was highly allergic to Campden), a ment and selected your grapes, you
Keystone, Melrose and Gainesvilleto the best grape to choose for a dark plastic of rubber hose, a large jug are ready to begin the primary
attend the Amateau Wine Making wine and Carlos and Welder and a clear glass bottle and cork for fermentation. This is a simple procedure
Class taught by local vineyard muscadines were a favorite for bottling.Although. that involves crushing the
: \ operators George Comer and Felicity white wine. some of these items are fruit,analyzing the juice and addingthe
: Trueblood, both of whom have "Noble is the premier purple wine usually readily available around the sugar and yeast culture. As the
I :i :.- been making wine for a number of grape in the muscadine family," home, they may all be purchased primary fermentation: __begins, you
years. Comer told the group. through home wine making supply
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the purpose of the wine making class ment needed to process the grapes Comer emphasized that the novice Page 10 -

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Open House
rhotol tf Ann SponholnHHv

For, Income Tax SchoolH

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&R Block,the country's largest income tax preparation firm,will holdan ,
Open House on September 12th to demonstrate to students and the :
public how income taxes are taught. t J r1
The Open House from 10:00 11:00: a.m. for morning students and
7:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m. for evening students will be at 964 N. Temple SENTRY
Avenue, the location of Block's income tax office in Starke, one of more
than 2,000 schools conducted throughout the country. The income tax -A- l hto Afll
course begins on September 12th and continues for 14 weeks. A
The Open House is for both enrolled students and the public. Anyone in- SEPTEMBER SALE
terested in income tax preparation is invited to attend. SENTRY
Tax manuals and classroom materials will be on display at the Open
House. Instructors are veterans H&R Block tax preparers.The Hardware Sale Ends: Sept. 23, 1985
school's curriculum of more than 40 tax topics include such sub-
jects as filing requirements, itemizing deductions, farm returns, invest.
ment credit,retirement plans,rental property and Schedule C. LAWN & LEAF AUTO I ._, .
Anyone may enroll in the school. No previous tax experience or accounting RAKE SCROLL JIGSAW i POLY*
knowledge is required. Those enrolled include housewives, college I I "r
students and retired persons.Graduates will be awarded certificatesand RUE I EM PER TRASH CANS

Persons 7.5 continuing interested education in attending units. the Open House or enrolling in H&R $3566 i i i / $ "
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I Lawtey cop solves home burglaryThe ,' ,
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solved the recent burglary of a local clothing. son went there to interview one of
taken.residence and recovered the Items Sunday, July 7, at the 9:33: p.m. the suspects, Williams, who finally
count, two prisoners were noticed admitted thay had broken into the
The James S. Waters residence In missing from the New River Annex Waters residence and had taken the '
Lawtey was entered during the Prison. Todd Michael Williams and radio and clothing.Lt.Tillotson also _
family's absence July 7 thru July 9 William John Bird,Jr. both sentenced learned where the stolen items were t
and items of men's clothing and a for grand theft, had not been apprehended and recovered them in good condi- 1i11B TOWN TV
walkic talkie radio were taken
according at the time the burglary
to Lt. William Tillotson: report was filed but Tillotson learn tion.No charges were filed, as the -.: '
When the family returned the ed the suspects were re-captured July suspects are already incarcerated
afternoon of July 9 they found someone 27 in the Ft. Pierce area. for felonies plus they will receive additional & ,
had entered the home by way The inmates were returned to the detention time for escape, I
of the bathroom window and had prison Reception and Medical according to Lt. Tillotson.
moved objects around In the house APPLIANCE RENTALS'
and had tampered with cabinets and
closets. Further investigation I
revealed that a two-channel FM
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\ Recent ArrestsIn M ONE FOR ONLY
We fill
Bradford CountyThe
following arrests were made S 5OO 1st WEEK'S local authorities in Bradford your expectations.And RENT ((2 WIL MIN.)

Donald Lee Carpenter, 27, of o
Charlestown, S. C. was arrested ''c oe\ WHEN YOU RENT TO OWN
Aug. 25 for, driving while license '\f. ANY ITEM IN OUR STORE.
suspended according to Trooper
Kenneth Ethndge. Bond was set at / ;::;-'. () AFTER 18 MONTHS
$210, he was released on his own
recognizance.Clara r
McCloude Cohens of Starke ,
was arrested Aug.24 for retail theft, \1c' vI 'ply CHOICE
according to Patrolman W. C. Reno. OF .
Cohens was arrested in Eckerds.
Bond was set at$210,she was released M
after a surety bond was posted. ... ._

John Duane Campbell,38,of Lake
Butler was arrested Aug. 23 for t \\tROWA
disorderly intoxication and criminal
mischief, according to Patrolman ,
Kenneth Hinds.Bond was set at$213he
was released after a cash bond

was Aaron posted.Harris Holley, 29,of Starke your fuel tank. zot ;
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arrested Lt. Larry
was by Cochran .
Aug. 23 for leaving the scene of an It's all part of our Par Excellence Professionals'Selling 1M
accident. Holley was returned to System-our commitment to make the buying of an Olds at
Bradford to answer charges on a our dealership a totally satisfying experience. We'll greet __ _
capias for failure to appear on a no Including Delivery Set Up A .
..make No Credit CheckNo
valid driver's license charge, according you warmly. .answer your questions promptly. First Week's Rent
to Deputy Gene Lee. He was delivery as promised.even send you off with a full tank of TV' Consoles & Portables Limited.. Long Term Obligation)
released after a $55,25 cash bond fuel. Then,we'll follow up after the sale to ensure your VCR' Refrigerator Offer. No DepositDelivery & Service
posted. complete satisfaction. We put it in writing. Freezers Range Washers Included
Lesly George Spates,43,of Starke Dryers Stereo I Rent To Own
was arrested Aug. 27 on a capias '
charging shooting into an occupied G / ALL THE NAME BRANDS
dwelling, according to Lt. John ;v-'bou' YOU KNOW AND TRUST . .
Dempsey Spates was released aftera o Wfe don't just a tIt."W put it in writirtx.I ""H LITTON. KELVINATOR .SPEED QUEEN
$1,000 surety bond was posted.
Willie Elliott\ Tyson was arrested
Aug. 27 for driving while license ALItY GOEpES ON CALL TODAY!
suspended and improper tag according NAME
to Patrolman Paris. He was THE
posted.released after a $235 cash bond was I I ICI I SEloRE TWO LOCATIONS| TO SERVE YOU .

Mansell Ayers of Interlachen was 326 FERRIS STREET
arrested Aug. 26 for driving under STARKE( THURS.-F4RL-SAT. GREEN COVE SPRINGS
influence, according to Patrolman
Michael Paris His blood alcohol 964-6424 WED. 11-5 284.7885

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Woman'Wwirgiavy' ,, Chevrolet went to the police station Center .
No injured in hit and Looking Glass Styling
one was a runt
A Starke man escaped but
A 16-year-old SUirke woman was ,, accident involving 3 cars at the in to report that her auto had been Involved injury ,
careless driving in an accident while his auto sustained some $1,500 Starke 964-HAIR
charged with Byers 442F West Madison Street -
tersection of U.S. 301 and S.R. 16Aug.
following an accident on Market was driving it. damage in an accident on N. Bay V
Road Aug. 30.According 31 Byers turned himself in Street in Starke Sept,J. Welcomes.
.PtI. Richard B.Splitt of the Starke authorities the next day. According to Sgt. G.R. Nichols of .. SPECIAL Sept. 10-21
t to Sgt G. R. Nichols of Police Department reports a 1975 Officer Splitt estimated damagesof the Starke Police Department a Jennie Keene
the Starke Police Department a Chevrolet driven by Ronald Lloyd $2,500 to the BMW $Boo to the 1975 Olds, driven by Donald Ray Haircut & BlowdryTo
1984 Isuzu pickup'truck driven by Byers 30.of Starke,ran the red lighton Chevrolet and $500 to the Dodge. Cooper, 23, of Starke was north- & Paula Tanner
Alvin Thomas Cooper, 43. of Rt. 4, 16, and collided with a 1981 BMW, Byers was charged with running a bound on Bay St. when it failed to
Starke was westbound on Marked driven by Ted Lawrence Williams red light failure to report an accident stop at the intersection of Center St. *8.
Road when a 1905 Ford; driven by 29. of Jacksonville which was north- leaving the scene of an accident and hit a large tree. It's Staff
Elena Clovett Brown; 16. of Starke bound on 301. The force of impact involving property damage, Cooper was charged with careless
pulled from Hastings Drive Into the spun the Williams auto around andit and driving while license suspended. driving. 25% Off on All Chemical Services -
path of the truck. collided with a 1984lodge.driven
by Roberta M. McCray 29, of
No one was inured Gainesville which was stopped on
Nichols estimated damage to 16, waiting to make a left turn onto The BH Center for Health and Fitness will offer
Brown's auto at $2.000, and damageto My Homeowners

Cooper's truck at, $1,000., 301.Byers then fled the scene. Gymnastics ClassesTiny

ArrestsBradford Insurance ?

Byran McClelland,21,of Laura Ann Pace 20, of Bradford ,I
Starke. He was arrested at 2:05 a.m.' .County was .arrested by Florida
on Sept. 4 after returning to the Highway Patrol for driving while Do you qualify for Farm Bureau's
residence of Michael A. Davis. Mc- license suspended.
Clelland was warned by Starke Bernard Beard, 20, arrested by "Preferred Homeowners Program"? i
Starke police for retail theft at
Police Officer Michael Paris aboutan
hour earlier to stay away from Ekerd's. If so, you could be saving money!
Davis' residence. He returned and Charles Emson Weeks 51,no valid
caused a further disturbance which driver's license.
FHP arrested Jack Page 55, of
prompted the arrest,Paris reported.
Anson Co. Georgia for DWI and driv- Call your county Farm Bureau office
ing while license suspended.David .
Ronnie Risby,28,of Hampton was today for a free quote.
arrested by FHP for driving while Jim Browning, 19,of Starke yR
license suspended.Sgt. for driving while under the influence Tots (ages 3.5)) 3:00.330: p.m. Tuesday $30
of alcohol or drugs. OR 3:30: 4.00: p.m. Tuesday $30
G.R. Nichols of Starke PD arrested -
James Edwin McLean 38, of Jackie Edward Edmonds 37, (limit 8 children' per class)
Gainesville for burglary of Dollar Starke arrested by Starke police for Beginning (ages 6 and up) 4:00 5.00: p.m. Tuesday $30
General Store. The arrest report in- withholding child support. Intermediate (ages 6 and up) 4:30.5:30: p.m. Tuesday $30
dicated that McLean was in trainingto August 31,1985Charles
be of the Dollar Store in Emson Weeks 51,no valid
manager All classes 17 and run for six weeks.Classes
Starke. He allegedly entered the driver's license. begin September may
store on Saturday night after closing Walter Brown. 46, of Bradford be cancelled if fewer than 10 people register. Registration fees are
and removed a tool box which con- County for trespassing. .' VICTOR WALSH' non-refundable after classes begin. All classes are held at the
tained cash to be used the next day Tony Wayne Anderson,of Claxton AGENCY MANAGER iI" Starke Recreation Department.
for opening change in the store'sregisters. Georgia for driving while license S
325 S.E. 6th ST.
The amount was suspended by FHP.
estimated to be about $700. McLeandidn't ,- Lavonne Scott LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 For more Information call the
show up for work Sunday as disorderly Sharon conduct by, 17,Starke Waldo ((904)) 496-2171 BH Center for Health and Fitness at 964-4210.
scheduled but the door was
policeman Kenneth Hinds Jr. She
when afternoon.employees arrived Sunday was also charged with resisting arrest BH Center for Health and Fitness
without violence and criminal East Call Street
McLean called the Starke Police
mischief when she broke the antenna Farm Bureau of
Department Sunday night and turn- course... Starke, FL 32091
ed himself in to authorities Monday of the police car. J__ __ (904) 9644210BH

afternoonAfter being read his. Center for Health and Fitness Is a member of Santa.. Fe Healthcare Systems Inc,
rights. McLean admitted to the ar- I a Florida not.for profit healthcare corporation.
resting officer that he took. the
money from the stone

James Jefferson Langley, 56, of 514 Nona Starke Hwy 100 Keystone Heights
Lawtey was charged with spouse 964-6200 473-3176
battery at his residence for pushinghis
wife out of a chair in the living
room on Sept. 2 causing bodily SYMPATHY and; UNDERSTANDING
harm. Deputy Samuel Eunice arrested RIDING MOWER
Langley on Sept. 4 for the in- Is What You Get From Jones Funeral Home
cident which involved Fleta Q.hpBriggs) & Stratton engine, 32-mcli fully
Langley. floating 4-in-l cutting deck Electric start. 5 forward

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} Ii NOTICE, ) ,' .. A- 're a 'Want\, IIt'd'\: "S"" BRADFORD Subscribe.' TELEGRAPH Today COUNTY I "

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING hould I b.ub- '- ..- 964.6305
? rriitted to the Bradford County "
Tel.groph office. In writing and paid In WANTED MOBILE HOMES YARD SALE ,

advance unless, credit II l already FOR SALE
eMabliihed with thli office ,YARD SALE Frl and Sa,.9 til 3 p.m. Table
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE WANTED! From. building approx. 12' x saw, tools, household goods and lots

HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 20' or chicken house adaptable to SKYLINE, HOME CENTER, Hwy. 301 N. more. West 100 to SW 9th St., follow
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER workshop. 964.5023 8/29.9/5 2tchg Stark. Come see Ray Gouts, formerlyof sign. Itpd 9/5
THE TELEPHONE. "' 4 WANTED: Reword for Information crash con Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We ARTS AND,, CRAFTS SALE: Due to' .
Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY, earning W.W.II Army Air Corp buy and move used homes cancellation of Festival of the Lakes.
NOON prior to Thursday publication. sites In the Starke area Also I need to 964-4414 or 9644778. 4/26 tfn All types of country crafts Including /7rwil1car,

Minimum charge l I. 15 words for$2.75, contact a Mr. Hersey from the Hampton FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In hand stenciled wall hangings, baskets, then 10 cents for each word thereafter area. Call collect any evenings good to exc. cond. $2700.4500 each many hand stenciled rugs, ceramics,
813/968.5048.8/29 4lpd' Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park pillows and much more. Saturday 9/7
HELP WANTEDFULL ONE TO FIVE ACRES WANTED Will buy 4962366. 4/25 tfnchg. 8 to 4 p.m. Corner of Palmetto and ) LREALT'

land or pay for dirt removal rights. IS USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on Oriole St., Keystone. Big two story ,
SALESPEOPLE Phone 964-8877 or 964 6517 9/5 Zlchg one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Soles gray house. 4733355. Itchg 9/5 "; "
i available! ERA Tiffin and 9/12 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg SATURDAY, '/7t 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Baby 'CECEIIA 964-7776
HIGH AND DRY On. lot in clothes, 'household Items, toys, 205 I
Owens: Inc. Realtor 221 W, Layfayette FOR RENT acre '.ERWILLtGAR N4 Temple; Starke
7/4 tfn Keystone with 3BR 2 BA, MH. Lots of women's clothes. Hwy. 100 West about
St. 96 .5065 JOBS oak trees $1,800 down and take over 6 miles on right. Itpd 9/5 TODAY AND ALWAYS MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU.
$16,0 (0.IS'.230/YRI Now hiring. Nationwide. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK payments. Owner financing neg YARD SALEi Frl/Sat: NE 10th St. 1/2 mile THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS THE FOUNDATIONOF
I Call 805-687-6000 Exl. R.3000 Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. ,473-3914. Itchg 9/5 off 16 E. 'Bedspreads, curtains, baby OUR PROGRESS. '
8/1 9/1981pd Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone .1 IMMACULATE 14x70 MH LR with FP, clothes; miscellaneous. Itchg 9/5
for current fed.rolli.t.OPPORTUNITY 964.70498.9/161In DR, kitchen, FF ,refrlg.'stove, 2 BR 2 NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE

EXCITING Needed Now. CollKelley RETAIL STORE ON CALL 'STREET: Will BA garden tub. 964.7651; after 6 p.m. Thurs., Fri., Sat., all day. 2 mud grip PREFERRED PROPERTIES
Typists, Services Secretaries 371.1913 EOE. 8/29 tfn design and remodel to suit your needs. 9647105. Itpd 95COMMERCIAL tires, three lawn chairs, girls and boys $1.000,000 VIEW FOR '$190,000 KINGSLEY LAKE Sensational
ask for John. 3/07 tfn shirts, pants, women's clothes, all
Call 964 6305,
CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income pot.n.tlol. home on Florida's mosfdesirable Kingsley Lake. 3 BR 2 B, completely
dishes ,
Information MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: One mile PROPERTY sizes, shoes, jewelry, pots
All occupations. For 362 8/29-9/19 from Storks city limits. 'Clean.: .No pans, etc. Sheets, pillowcases,' remodeled multi-level wood deck, living quarters on
call :312-7428620: ext. RENTLEASEFOR
children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. ,Call. flowers. 11/2 mile past hospital on SR dock. Second home on property for guests or rental. Owner
230. Look for Itchg 9/5
DOG GROOMERS veterinary technicians 468.132310/7 tfn SALE OR LEASE IN STARKE Two signs. will consider
SATURDAY 9/7 Four P215x15 radial financing.
HOMES for rent On :
kennel and p.t.hop workers: : story building 7500 sq ft on corner of
find the better job you descry.Na- Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call Call & Thompson Sts., needs remodel tires, .clothing In assorted teens sizes., mens Linens andwom.n. FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining Camp

tionwide HELP WANTED list sent FREEto 964.7530 or 468.132310/07 tfn ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. furniture, elec. appliances, Blending management Area Buy all or part Excellent invest
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly jewelry
seekers. ((206)) 5/30 tin
experienced job household and Items. 4 ml. North
misc. ment. Owner financing.
rates Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple
8423888. Itchg 9/5 FOR RENT: 2 room office space plus
MOVIE JOBS In studio or on location. Ave. 7/28 tfn waiting room area. Utilities furnished. of Starke on 301. Elsie Norman. Itpd INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY. Par
Exciting career potential. All positions. BA For more Information call lake Located In Champion building, nearcourthouse SATURDAY ONLY: 9 to 3 p.m. Furniture, tially subdivided. Highway frontage close to school. $1,000per
Call ((602)) 829-6865 ext.; 236.,9/5 2tpd opt phone 964.8931. 9/52chg clothing Including jackets and.w.a'
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor 9/12 acre.
9/12 all .Iz... Several families on
CLERK I II Bradford Public library High tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg FOR SALE OR RENT with option 2 BR furnished satellite .2 BRICK DUPLEXES ft ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are
301 In next to
the Lawtey system.
PARK RENTAL 24 ft. trailer by
Stale mobile home in town,
School graduate. Must pos typing Hamp Cancel Itpd 9/5 rented & have cash flow & assumable
test. Own transportation a must. 30 month for 1 or 2 adults. No Pets. ton $200/mo. or $8500 purchases this raining. positive good mortgages -
hrs. w.ek. Some Saturdays re Deposit required. Starke KOA Kam- bargain and owner will finance L. BIG SALE 6 families Friday and Sat.: Owner will take second mortgages for good client. 2
furniture, plants, family clothing
pground Hwy 301 S. 964-8484 8/8 tfn Rug
quired.benefits.. Minimum In wage at County 105 E. HOUSE: 3BR 1BA carpet, air, stove, Champion. Broker 964-8931.9/5 2tchg house wares. N. 301 before Textile story home on Call and Church St. reduced to $37,700.
Jackson St., Starke.person No phone calls. r.frlg, garb. dlsp., no pets. 300 mo. CARS & TRUCKS Town. Itchg 9/5 NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. We are proud to offer a handsome

9/12 plus 1 mo. deposit. Call for apoint. SATURDAY, 9/7: 9.5 p.m. Household brick and cedar home 37'/a 4BR 2'B barn
9/5 2tpd 13058698785. 8/8 tfn Items, misc., clothes. 4 mi. fromKeystone on acres, plus a
1980 FORD VAN 1/2 ton $3000 Call
In Lake
9 ml. from Starke. Turn at
$144,000.A .
KITCHENETTES! 2 completely
Call 1-755-4040 North Fla. Real Estate 964.7423 Teal Tile A Carpet 6/6fn
College. 8/15 tfn utilities Included. 964-7184 8/8 tin JEEPS: Is It true you can buy jeeps for$44 C.18 after Camp Montgomery to dea SMART INVESTMENT IN FLORIDA LIVING BROOKER. We
FOR RENT 4 BR, 2 BA, heat Ig. porch dend. Right across from the Salvation
the U.S. the
through Get
HAIRCUTTER of walk-Ins NEEDED rent a Flo.chair licensed Halrplanes lots office In back laundry & wash room facts today. Call government 1312742.1142 Ext. Camp lost trailer on right. l'chg,9/5 have two homes in Brooker; one has approx. 1480 sq. ft. with

964. 645 8/15 8/22 2tchg appoint only. 964-6365 tin 609.(8/22.( 9/5,9/19 10/13)pd) LAND FOR SALEONE 3 BR 2 B for 45000. The other is a brick and block home whichIs

MOVIE JOBS In studio or on location. NICE ROOM PRIVATE BATH, 964.6035 '82 VETTE Beautiful car, fully loaded only 5 years old with over two acres for 55000.
All must see. $17,000; also 1968 Plymouth
Exciting career potential. positions
Call 602.829.6865, ext. 236 8/22 8/29 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N Fury $475. call 964.8809.8/29 2tpd 9/5 ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road no COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITYFormerly The Pastry Shop 138

2tpd Temple Avenue In downtown Starke. 1975 CHEV. MALIBU Good condition. down payment, $75 per mo. Call Call St. In The Historic Section of Starke Originally 33000.

POOLE TRUCK LINES INC.II. hiring long $50-$75 week Including utilities. Nodeposits $800 or best offer 964.5232 b.for.5:30: 9645606. 10/4 tfn reduced to $23,000.'BEAUTIFUL .
haul truck drivers with good records. required 964.5139 or 964.6566 or 964-4561. Itchg 9/5 LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down,
Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241 8/29 2tchg 9/5 78 BUICK CENTURY AT, PS.. PB AC balance In five years, financing by & CONVENIENT BUILDING LOTS IN CITY Bradford

Detroit Blvd, Pensacola Fl SENIOR CITIZENS convenient Duplex location., furnished Call power windows, tilt steering. clean owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads water, sewage,
1-BR opts,
$1799. 964-6853 weekdays or 964.5450 ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement.
collect 4681115. 8/29 2tchg 9/5 police protection, nice neighborhood walk anywhere. -
after 5 p.m. Itchg 9/5 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call
REAL ESTATE BRICK HOME 3-BR. 2-BA at Country '72 JEEP COMMANDO V6 4WD AC 9645606. 1/03 tfn 7000.

Club. Has LR, DR, Den Fireplace, Central deck hard AND soft ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY
cassette tops.
Call 964.8809
Heat/Air, garage. THE Sampson ap-
Good all around vehicle. $1800. ROAD $3,000 no down payment, $70.
8/29 2tpd 9/5 9646300. Itchg 9/5 per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn prox. 100' on water x 275' plus a storage shed. 21900.

BROOKS COUNTYt 87A Highway 76 MOBILE HOME: 3BR, 2BA unfur., refrig. 1973 CHEVY 1 TON 4 dr., dually camper 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) 'NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL. Twelve acres and large home
(,' frontage. Remodeled 2-Br, 1-Bo den stove. Near Hampton Elem. School. special. New 454 engine, new turbo $3,500. no down'payment, $70 per mo. ,
fireplace, country kitchen pecan $280/mo with $50 security No pets 400 trans., new fiberglass topper. 90 Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn barn, workshop, variety of fruit trees; 85000.

trees, barn pond tenant house 468.1559.Itpd 9/5 pct. Michelin radlals. Other extras. LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964.5764; after
i $112,000 neg. Ed Greenleaf Rt. 2, Box UNFURNISHED: 12x60 MM. 3BR, 1 1/2 ba, $4,000 OBO. For Info 7823172. Itpd 9/5 5, call 964.5251.3/07 tfn

213 Morven GA 31638 (9122635103.) on I acre in country, $175 mo., $150 '81 FORD PICKUP short wheelbase LAND FOR SALE: Six lots, 1.2/3 acre per WE HAVE YOUR HOME READY
EASTPORT MAINE Saltwater farm: old deposit. To apply call 964.5734.9/5 tin 41,000 miles, fiberglass top $3,500. lot. 3.500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For-
farmhouse, artesian well 20 acres, 90 LARGE 3 BR: frame house with fireplace TOYOTA TOPPER for long wheelbase, sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth.
rods on shore, 76 on paved road much Large yard with pecan trees, located in $50. 1950 FORD with flat head engine, Call 964.5606 6/6 tfnchg Off 301 N. MH $21,500 Butler Terrace $48,400

potential excellent view. 79500.. country. $175 mo. plus deposit. $800. Phone 7823327. Itchg 9/5 WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot locatedat Sampson Lake $21,900 Sampson City Rd. $49,500
((207)) 9632632. Itchg 9/5 9645630. Itchg 9/5 1973 CHRYSLER Newport: very good Woodland Acres, Starke. Has well,
( MOBILE HOME on Griffls Loop. $135/mo. condition $750. 9646573. Itpd 9/5 septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling MH Laura Church Rd., $25,000 615 N. Church St. $49,900

BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES plus 9/5$100 deposit phone 9648704. 1967 JAGUAR 340: 4 dr. sport sedan, 3.4 price. 500 down 135.00/month. Call 832 W. Cypress-$32,000 321 N. Myrtle $55,000

Itchg liter eng., dual Webber sorbs, AT rh 964.5606 6/13 tfnchg'PERSONAL 230A Griffis $38,000 54th Ave. off Rd. $58,500
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT! 403 N. ( Loop) ( 16))
drive, two-tone silver, black Int., new
Walnut. $175/mo furnished. No pets. rubber burled walnut dash/wood; 907 Cypress St. $43,000_ "' Forsythe Rd. $69,000
9645276. 9/5 "t
Itpd I .. trim. 7800. 964-8504. Itpd 9/5 ,SERVICES RaifordArea:! ,$,44,000, .J.. r41 Forest Height! $74,900
OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful children'sstore. FURNISHED BR COTTAGES $200 perx ''64 JAGUAR 3.8 S sport sedan, 3.8 liter [ :,
Infant to pre-t..n. Nationally month utilities Included. South 100 dual Weber Garbs, 4 speed Rd. 16 East $45,000 Off 301 North $78,000
known brands: Health Tex, Donmoor, Highway. 9647255. Itpd 9/5 trans.eng. electron overdrive, rh drive, "NEED A TUTOR": All subjects, K-8, Certified

Lee, L.vl.) Chic, Buster Brown, Izod Her RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 par month British WHT leather Teacher, 533.2901 after 7 p.m
racing orig
Majesty Nannette, Feltman and many and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Brokers seats. Very good green cond. Burled walnut 8/22 IfnCLiFF'S . *
REPAIRS 24 hr. road
more. Furniture-accessories and toys Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 6/27 exhaust DIESEL ser EVENINGS
dash and wood trim new ,
by Gerber and Nod-A-Way. $14,900 to tfnchg new tires, $7,000.964.8504. Itpd 9/5 viceSpec.. In Cummins, Mac Bill DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN '....431'
6/27 tfn.
$19,900 Includes beginning Inventory, IRVINGCLARKJR,964.71BB JOHN GREENE S33-2121
80 FORD Thunderbird landau: AT, AC,
training fixtures,grand opening promotions LOSTFOUNDLOSTRed PW PB PS tilt steering cruise control, SEWING WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD 914-7454
makes cleaned oiled and adjusted
and round trip air fare for one.
led Inst., fully loaded 60,000 miles.
Used machines for sale.
Call today. .We can have your store $15. sewing
horse, clipped 5500. 9648504. Itpd 9/5
mare mane Strickland Rd.
James corner Morgan
opened In 15 days. Fashions
5013298327. Itpd 9/5 Prestige back hoof old and split. If found call! '67 MGC-GT: 6 cyl. eng., dual Weber and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tin
Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn carb, black int., spoke wheels, knock- CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free
MANS WEDDING BAND at Strlcklands off hubs, good rubber, $1,500 AS IS. estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co.
ERA & I .
Owens Inc.
Landing Aug. 24. 964-4155. Itchg 9/5 9648504. Itpd 95HOMES Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.B559.3/29 Tiffin ,


3 BR 1'/ BA HOME Saratoga Hts., corner THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS .,i"
1185 ATC 200X' HONDA: 3 wheeler lot. Enclosed garage, CHSA. Phone WANT TO STOP 221 W. Lafayette Street

964.7700 1700. OBO. Good condition 782.3333 964.8652.3/21 tfn THAT'SOURSAlcoholic. Mon.-Frl.8:30 am.600 p.m. /A
Ml N.' B/Btfn 3 BR MUST SELL CHSA, enclosed .Anonymous Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. .
*nMt P. Odom .",k.-oll l low maintenance, ceiling fans, 964-4150-964-6894-964-6219
Joy Thornton Aitoclat garage pd thru 11/15 '
BOATS nice neighborhood close to Southside 964-5065
Elem. $39,900 964-5952 or 964.6915 GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, windows, W ro

acre. 100fron'ag. ;
per II BASS BOAT 14'w40
13 also taken In Lak.Bull.r .
1 I ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3BR; 1 1'110 8A.Fir.plac. 9646078. Orders
h.p. mercury. Has trolling motor 3/4 ,''496-3079 and Keystone Heights, .
WORTH CONSIDERING, 4 BR, 3 BA depth finder swivel seats, live and dry ., carport, screened porch, tfn
I Fireplace, dbl. carport LG.adjoining wells and trailer. Call 964-8809. 8/29 mile west of Hwy. 301. $95,000. 473.4973.2/26 IN MY HOME Infants and 1* I Block off Call St., 1.27 acres with 2BR. 1BA.
R area with BBQ grill-super for enter- 9/5 468.1576 after 6:00. 5/9 tin BABYSITTING I.Looking for r.nlollncom. ask about 2MH on 1 acre lots. S. 301 and CR 227.
2tpd of receive
alnlng. Some owner financing I 608 S.WATER STREET: By owner,2 BR:CB excellent toddlers up to 5 Weekdays.years age 77. Call *Want a good buy? Owner anxious to sell 2BR 1 '/, BA on 1 acre. Hwy 16W.
152 Acres w/nlce home, paved Rd.,21 home. 1.468.1323 11/8 tfn 473.7864.04 tfn *"Price Reduced for Quick Sale'. Owner anxious to sell 2BR, 1BA CHSA
isldes. GOVERNMENT HOMES: From $1 (U lawns. Ball carpet, paneling ceiling fans, 1 blk off Call St.
|-38 Acres paved Rd., 2 sides Call repair 805). Also,687-6000 delinquent Ext. GH-5504 tax property.for In fields playgrounds. Phone 485.I 861 '*Providence: CR 241A: 3BR 2BA Norwelgen brick CHSA. 1 acre lot 41x40

a*'" Acres Graham area. Openings available for prior 8/1 9119 Btpd anytime 4/25 tfnchg workshop with DBL garage.
|114 Acres r Union Co. Owner will] service military personnel in WOODEN formation.HOUSEi20x20 tin roof blocked BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer '*You want it? Everything you need fishpond, fruit trees, workshop, 5.31

Jhold Mtg. St. Rd. U S to move $500.00 431-1050 work. Have 2 bulldozers S looking for acres, 1440 sq. ft. In developing area.
H9I Acres Union Co.'Owner will 9 the Naval Air Reserve Pro- tin up work. 964.5606, 7823333. 'Ask for Ex.culilcharm: Great room Florida room stone fireplace and speaker

Hhold Mtg. St. Rd. It f gram in Jax. Ground and BRICK HOMEHampton Lake 3-BR. 3 full Mark. 8/8 tfn system make this unique home perfect for entertaining. Call now.

|*5 Acres 47* ft. on 301 $ of Storke L flight crew positions availablein baths, 2 car garae shop boat house, FRESH RIVER SHRIMP: And fish for your Best Buy: 1222 sq ft. 3 year old home on 4.56 acres. $40,000 and you'll be in
lot from'Waldo 8/29 9/5 freezer. Ten Ibs. or more. Please call It.,
across Flea Mid. shady lot 964.4465 2tpd
91SO'x47r 1 patrol, transport, helo and LOG HOMESOver 40 rustic models to 2849755. 8/1510/3/tchg .Excellent location: Best choice for quiet exclusive neighborhood. Buildinglot

|Small trall.r ft lot. Owner financing I attack squadrons. Call toll free choose from.' Send for free brochure. RICK'S LAWN SERVICE: Mowing and all with owner financing. ,

Large Blk Bldg, 3 stores under roof.I 1-800-521-1316 for further in- Honest Abe log Homes, Route One, types of yard work. Reasonable rates. *Move tomorrow: 20 pet. plus pump. Owner will finance balance. Well septic
Small Bldg, good area::Ideal forj Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee 38575. 473.4512, 9/5 4tpd 926I and electric In place for mobile home lot. 1 acre more or less. Around the
.. formation. 8/29-9/26 WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In my home '
9 moot any bu.In.... ) 16152583648.( ) corner from boat ramp.
CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE 3 BR 1 1/2 days. Call lexo Pombler, 964.7321.952tchg *You'll love this price. $1350 per acre. Won't last long

l .... back porch CH/A, with 912.ATTENTION ,
I '" _... -- bath large SINGLES: Companions, *Super savings. Hwy 301 property in the heart of Starke ONLY 25000.
---- from 1 to 10 acres land on CR 225. friends, dates, are all available. Writ. *You need this home If you're just starting out. Financing available with
and to minimum amount down
LA VEnN H. OUTLAW I PRESTIGIOUS NEIGHBORHOOD Cornerlot for SOUTHERN Information SINGLES P. O. Box 743.G, *Cool It with this home on Little Lake Geneva. 2 Lots included beautiful
'r 3 BR, 2 baths, CHI A. $66,000. Call
Bonlfay FL 32425.9/5 4tpd:>> 9/26 view today.
9/5 EOW 10/17
rtI Broker Phone 964.6201.4tpd *Washington St.: A lot for a little, 4BR 2 BA. ,

I I Re..964.548 I.I*Walnut St.: Living space plus 2 rentals. Help make your payments.

Lovely 3BR 2 BA in country. Hwy 100W. Spacious. rooms, beautiful fireplace:

REALTOR Associates Roberts Real Estate 'shade' trees, many extras Call for'a showing.

*Westmoreland S,. Well built CB, 3BR,1BA, hardwood floors, good location
964-4522- DAVID L. DODGE 986 N. Tempi Av*. Stark, FL walk to everything In town ,

1! ,Rs. 964.5370 964.6262 New 3BR,2 BA", 14 wide MH on 1 acre. Must see to appreciate. Peace and

.. ._STARKF!L.. .' KAY C. WATERS quiet., ,
'Across from R*.. 964-6941 Country breezes on 7.1 acres In the Lawtey area with a newer 3BR, 2 BA
Norman' Market PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves; 2 home. 2 ponds stocked. '

U.S.: 301 South Your Full Service Real. Estate OfficeBARGAIN BR frame house, CH&A, outbuildings and many extras. *Just what you need. Excellent business location on 301. A bargain at less

:"We Do Appralsol, JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA block home on large city lot. Cen than $300 a front foot. '

tral heat and air $49,500. .
carport. *lovely 3BR 2BA in country Hwy 100W. Spacious rooms, beautiful fireplace,
HUNTERS ;2 story frame on large lot' ((185x130)) In city, good location I .; COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 shade trees, many extras. Call for a showing. j

This won't last long at 16500. plus feet on the highway.and. 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building. Rising Rd. 20 mini farm with cute 2BR house, workshop, plenty of bearing]
1 ATTENTION Builders; Developers, Investors 37 lot subdivision with '/ mil. Call for details. pecan trees, pasture, fenced, 2 dug ponds Owner 'financing. f

1 paved road. Adjoins city limits. Priced to sell. Owner financed. 640 ACRES .' property In a rapidly, *Westmoreland St. Well built C/B 3BR 1BA hardwood floors good location{
Excellent development
1 COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST Beautiful spacious ((1932 sq. ft.) 3 BR, 2V4 BA In
Walk town.
to everything
I 6 acres.;:This home,Is beautifully landscaped 2288 .q. ft.,out growing area of Clay county priced to sell at less that'
home on opprox. .
New 3BR 2BA 14 wide MH on a acre. ,Must see appreciate peace and]
i buildings, other ammenltles too numerous to mention.Must, be-seen to believe $1200.00 per acrell.WATERFRONT I. ,

i$"* 5OO. Additional Acreage Available 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin *New 3BR, 2BA 14 wide MH on a acre. Must see to appreciate, peace and]

I IN TOWN CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING 3BR, 2BA. 1812 sq. ft,, CHSA, lake Summer with all rooms overlooking the lake:, quiet.!
1 fireplace, microwave, dishwasher, more. Beautiful on Inside. 63900.
1 'III'OWNER FINANCED. 38ft 2 BA"CH A on approx. 2 acres In city. 51500.; Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500. Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR 'y

LOVELY BRICK RAMBLER-3 BR. 2 BA. CHI ort 1.I 5 acre In Parkwood subdlvlI MOBILE HOME '.: On a 1 plus-minusacre lot with four out ,Soles Manager-Evenings 9644048REALTOR .

+ ; slon. Priced below appraised value at $57,800. buildings Including a 21" x '66' metal barn. Loads of Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 ASSOCIATES t..{..
Elise Johns
Land In 3 BR, 2 BA.abundance of 533.2816
;t; ACRE MINI FARM-HORSE 4 posture \
possibilities; Suzanne
and ;, Kitchens 964.7630 Bob Matthews 964-728f i
See It
I I kitchen cabinets ,and, counter' space, plus many other ammenltles. :' Lou Young 964-7525 '
' Byou'II love It, So4,900. SERVICE r
W. have building acreage -
Carol War 964-4992
Jr. Brokr ner Properly Manoaer
W"I\'lt, Inqulrlei On Our' Other Properties. George W. Roberts, lee Hardenbrook 473-7864"- Appraisals'I

Thinking of Buying Or Selling? Call I/a. Terry A. Coin**, CSM. Salesman_ c"

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I ''- : Keystone Area Want Ads MOBILE HOMES

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .., .1 __
to the Lok.
Region Monitor of
lice 12x44 Call''''' tcifenedpoicli" 2 o'tlr'v
unless credit writing and paid In advance st'edbhm,, l I..'I'! font CH A. 1 .. nuli' '
I I. already established lion, sil.n .1, 4734019.8 ,
with slits office. .
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RAT- Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture LAKE LOT Hillcrest
CLASSIFIEDS lake 13500.
AD IS TAKEN OVER Black and brown
mixed breed
THE,TELEPHONE. appliances household Items, Owner will finance. $164 month. LARGE 2 ; puppy at Package
collectable per BEDROOM home on lake. A/C Lake Bedford, Sit.100. Call 4737130
Classified' glassware, old (ewerly, 473-4367. tlnchg. 12/6 and
deadline heat
Is fireplace
Tuesday noon tools, etc 473-2183 large shady after 6. Itclig 9/5
prior to Thursday publication. PRICE WAR Deluxe tfnchg 7/26 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready lot no pets $375 per month. Hoviny "' ublo coming up wits
Minimum charge 15 words for$2.73, $259 flashing arrow sign to move on. Power, well septic and I694308tfnchg 8/IS BOATS ertx ugh money t9 buy a new home
then tO cents for each word thereafter. complete ($25 monthly). lighted, fence.' $6,499. 392.0985 or 4733024. WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR furnished -- .-- .- and di you loud Improvement?

quality no arrow anywhere$237, Nonlighted! Guaranteed$189. Best Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13 home. A/C. clean. $250 mo., $200 dep. 1979 14 ft. 6ln. bass boot. 55 hp If you liuvo U".d) credit we con sell

undersold! Can never WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA! 5 Length flexible, 249-7684. 4tpd Evlnrude, trailer 100 hours on motoi you a new mnbilo home complete
see locally. ,
acre parcels scenic
on county maintained 8/22.9/12 One owner. Needs seats and with well and
Factory: 18004230163.( ) tfcan tune up pole pump septic
road. Melrose
PERSONAL SERVICES area. From 16000. QUIET CLEAN comfortable, unfurnished 2500. 4732289. Hchq 9/5 tank In one convenient monthly
Need financing? Call today. Prestige 2 BR, 2 RA house In Keystone Club ,
YARD SALE Properties Inc. 373-1700 after hours Estates. CH/A. weathered porch. Call HELP WANTED Coll Brad at 473-7237.
CARPENTER WORK: Remodeling work 475-2647, 7/25 tfnchg 481-3109. Itpd 9/5
kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry ARTS AND CRAFTS SALE due to IMPROVED LOT for sale, outskirts of KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 9/5

Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after cancellation of Festival of the Lakes. Keystone Heights. $8,000 cash or Is seeking someone who will share in
5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg All types of country crofts Including owner financing, $500 down with PARTTIMENational their ministry through filling the position s
CARPET AND VINYli Repairs and In. hand stenciled wall hangings, baskets, $166.83 monthly payments for 5 years. of organist. For more Information

stallations. Free estimates. Ten years many hand stenciled rugs, ceramics 473.3024.tchg 9/5.9/26 please call church office 473-3829.
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for pillows and much more Saturday TEN ACRES Keystone Heights $31,000 apparel 8/22 ttnchg VACUUM
Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Sept. 7th, 8..., corner of Palmetto and I 11 percent Interest. Owner financing. DOG GROOMERS veterinary lechni
PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt Oriole St. big two story gray house. 473-3598 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 9/5.9/12 company seeks clans kennel and petshop workers SALE

mildew peeling paint from homes 4733355. Itchg 95FOR reliable individual find the better job you deserves' Nationwide
driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick "Help.wanted'' list sent FREE NEW USEDWe
4732452. 4tchg 9/12 10/3 SALE Protect Your HomeAnd to service storesin to experienced |lob seekers
FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinishing local ((206)842) .3888. tfeonRECEPTIONISTSECRETARY Finance Our Own
Save 25% area. One
Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac SHALLOW AND DEEP f,)! Christian KIKBYSHOYALS
473-2521. On All Maintenance Free ExteriorsCut day Car retirement .
8/1 ,
tfnchg pipes and fittings. Water softeners per month. community Mature experlenced
TERRY HALL BUILDERS Custom homes Brick And Stone person, pleasant with KLKKKASIIOOVKKS
Bryan Hardware, No
Keystone Hgts. required. selling.
$22 per sq. ft. Additions & Home Improvements 473.40065/2" tfnchg CoquIna Shell public. Part time, typing clerical etc

State licensed contractor. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series Vinyl or Aluminum Siding Send letter or resume to Apply 1.3 p,m. Park of the Palms KLKCTROLUX;
4733929. 8/1 Keystone Helalits Itrhn 9, S
tfnchg with KILTKK: QUEENS
organ double keyboard base
MAKE Rep -- ----
NEW cushions chairs barstools AILS
dining SE
pedals and rhythm .section $795. Call
camper beds. No lob too small. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 ESTIMATESHomoi 2102 BelvedereAve. REAL ESTATE WANTED_ ('0\1\1: : ERCIAI.

Addison 9/1210/3 Upholstery 473-2452. 4tchg weekends for appointment to see. tfn Beautiful of N. Fla. ., Charlotte, WE NEED LISTINGS! Lake lots, homes We repair all makes!

GRAPES-U-PICK Open everyday Starke, Fla. buyers waiting. Put No I to work for
CARPET CLEANING deep steam extraction. Lilly's Vineyard. Coral Farms Road W N.C. 28205. you today Call Kerry Whitford at AI Young'sSince
Truck mounted equipment. Sept. Florahome. 6592121. 8/15 tfnchg r 964.6766 EOE "5 473.4903 or 473.3321 CENTURY 21
special any five rooms and hall $89. 1957
spinet piano excellent con "a.onte- Saving Realtor, Showcase Properties Inc .
C8B Carpet cleaning. 4737770. 4tpd dition. $1,000. Cherry mahogany Hwy 21 North. Keystone Heights 964.6918
9/5.9/26 Phone 473-3752. tfnchg 8/29 8/22tfncha
SENIOR CITIZENS do you need help FOR SALE 2 hogs approximately 150 lb. II Miles north or
around the home but don't need full
a each $100 for both. 2 black and tan
time nurse, housekeeper or mold. hounds $20 each. 4737461. Itchg 9/5 Opening Soon NEW 14' WIDE $500 DOWNIf

Eleven years experience with senior PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsible Commercial Storage
citizens excellent references have a party to assume small monthly
Building you qualify we con sell you e
schedule to meet need
your payments on spinet/console piano. brand new home for $500 dawn and
473-2694. Itchg 93RICK'S Can be seen locally. Write (Include Reserve Your Space NowBy monthly payments as low as $144.95 I
LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all phone number) Credit, Manager P. O. calling Doug per month.
types of yard work. Reasonable rates. Box 520,,
4734512. 4tpd 9/5-9/26 9/5.9/19 Beckemeyer, IL 62219. 3tchg 944-8848 2 and 3 bedrooms available lousiruction CompanyHas

Call Brad at 4737237.
FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN Ethan Allen I C&C Mini StorageU.S. 9/5
trestle table and six captain chairs, I
Moved New
Has to
hide-a-bed, king size bed living room 301 S. Starke .... ."!''Irtc. q.- ..,'. "" ,q. ,
furniture. II h.p. Craftsman lawn tractor

LOST DOG Black male Labrador with vaccum and trailer, like new I Steve Broadway Location
Paradise Point (SE 78th St.) See Sat
Retriever named Magnum, 60 Ibs., and Sun, Sept, 7 and 8 from 9-5. Call ="'= =-=== TREE SERVICEIs 301 South Industrial

wearing blue collar. Disappeared Aug. 473-7880 for directions. Itchg 9/5 .... Now
23. Call 473-4957. 8/29 II
Itchg FOR SALE Sofa bed $50- I" Inch wire :f"' I Park
'-- -.. .. hub caps, $75 service for eight 'Jack (Eaurfnag & ABBOciatcu 3nc. i BROADWAY & WALTERS

Norltako dishes (Bliss pattern), $50 1 Removal f Septic Tanks InstalledFill
1977 Dodge conversion van top, $50 Realtor/Builder 473.7060
f 399-3 BR, 1 BA., block fenced corner 473-7989. Itchg9/5 Trimming Dirt 5 Loads or More

lot CH/2 wall air units. In town SEARS walking jogger with speedometer Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford Spread Free

39900. and mileage, extra belt, $50. Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds pave '. Stump Removal Top Soil LimerockGravel
(T392X-3 BR IV BA., block, In 4732289. Itchg 95HOUSES Firewood
Parkwood SID ed roads Our community water systems Owner financing Pick-Up or Delivered

386X-3 BR. ) '/, BA frame, near FOR SALE from $3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and Free Estimate
school !9fi(!i-:>t 11:> !96-1..j) 1NN
Starke. 473.4732 473.7679

*402--Small home In Ralford, good EASTPORT MAINE SALTWATER FARM
condition small lot, 12500. Old farm house After 5 P.M. r.
artesian well 20 1it'I,
Course Lots
J405--3 BR 2 BA.. block, corner lot acres'/-, 90 rods on shore, 76 on paved Beautiful Keystone Heights

Saratoga HeightsCH/A, road, much potential excellent view
1 & Insured
drapes 'many appliances, $38,500 79000. ((207)) 963-2632. titanGpaMeylAcyJy J Priced i from J $1O,95O .

&PpOJpw .< '.8.0....,. ,HOUSE fiLSA1j( ) Wlil\ted .J,' ,,_ .. <
#.411--3 BR 1 BA? on 5 ac., Lawtey on large lot Small houseon
Lake Brooklyn. 4733192. 2tchg -.=== ======
high ceilings, CH/wlndow unit air, j'jj"jj-
fenced 9/5.9/12

4412--3 BR I BA on neat shaded lot,

home has many extras, newly

remodeled CH/A, near Farmers ALL OFFICE SERVICES Starke Ads Cont ...

Market. A real buy for 37900. Transcribingyour cassettes or mine -qj e e

1371--Old Telephone Co. Bldg., Typing letters Any printed Forms, FOR SALE FOR SALE f <' ,' -.
block, strong structure, good for Resumes, Student pap....
commercial bldg. on Market Rd. Businesses or Individuals .s
$13,500 low down. Booke. Consultation to CAMPER 1978: 35' fifth wheel American '
plng set up a
USED LINENS and blankets
Traveler with 20 ft. self- Bedspreads I
owning fully
system po.tlngnw..kly or monthly
contained 5332411. $1 and up. Best Western Motor Inn.
price Call
Check on our commercial investments quarterly
reports after 6 5/16 tfn 1290 N. Temple Ave 9646744. Itchg
for Highway commercial Billing Medical or Accounts 9/5
ROLLS OF HAYt Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur
Mobil. Home Parks, ApM.J Receivable .
Gasklns, 782.3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn 700 LB. MULE: 9647265. Itpd 9/5 e
N. Temple Ave. EMPLOYMENT SERVICES NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. LUDWIG DRUMS: Professional set $450or C e' 's

Stork., Fl 32091 Temporary or Permanent, Employment Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great best offer. 4681199. 9/5
TAKEOVER 5 ACRES Beautiful recreational .
STROUTREALTY for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH -
Call us for your employment needs 135 W. Call St. 9646305. area. NO DOWN. $49 monthly
g1 No restrictions. Private party s ".
9046427259. 9/5 2tpd 9/12 '
INCODPOIATIDsriOKCri trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, :
TWO MILK GOATS $65 each. 9646614. I
218 S. Walnut Street Stark ((904)) $1,700; 16' utility trailer $970: 16' lawn Itpd 9/5
64-0931 473-3096 trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single axle
964-7777 USED FURNITURE: Very good condition
trailer $878; 16' car hauler $1,150; 6
remodeling and need to sell. Call eves
ft. $100. Olin's Mobile Home
ramps after 6 this week this weekend.
Center, Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606.
9648559. Itchg 9/5
1/10 tfnELECTRONIC .
ORGAN $49.99 month.
: per
CarpetCleanintj (Any Scotchgard No down payment. Call 964.6946.0" $1.75; 3 gal. $3.75.782.3640.964-8319. rfoi
$1495 9/5 2tchg 9/12
Room is
& Half Available REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER: with flush toilets elec. refrig.. very good
Icemaker. Gold. $300. 964-5944. 9/05 condition 2000. 16 ft, BOAT
Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. Itchg TRAILER, 15 HP Evlnrude motor $300. e.
Shady Oaks Trailer Park 301 South 10
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe $14.99 per month. Call 96469"6.0" a.m. to 7 p.m. Will negotiate Itpd 9/5

tfn FULL SIZE CANOPY BED with new mattress .
In and of wall to wall furniture BRADFORD LIMEROCK
specialize cleaning re-dyeing carpet cleanIng and accessories, $275. Captain'sbed

and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality SALES with drawers, $150. 782-3172. Itpd
llmerock ft Fill Dirt
work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment. 20 yd. semi-loads onlyPhone 9/5

, Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice 78J-3172 JL25h8fanef PIANO FOR to SALE assume: Wanted small: responsibleparty monthly

Call 964.4997 Call payments on spinet/console piano. .. .... .. ... .
,: Can be seen locally. Write (include ..,'" . c ,
Check Yellow Pages In local phone book All Work Guaranteed x phone number) Credit Manager, P.O.

t.. .. < Box 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 9/5
{ Starling 3 3tchg 9/19 OmuLE
< COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starker
Realtor <:) Truck Stop, south of Starke. 964.8212.
Your Newest Suzuki Dealer 3 11/24 tfn = ={ !
-II ACRESWell. septic tank'.d[I ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3,000/lnstalled $

1 pond/op.n air barn. $33,900 ( P 3,500 deafer 90.-964-56066/27 tfnchg

Suzuki of StarkeU.S. ) *5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES -S 3 PRICE WAR Deluxe flashing arrow sign
$25,000. Excellent Terms. -.>II $259 complete ($25 monthly) Lighted
....87 ACRES: Well septic tank 17x35(* no arrow $237. Nonlighted $189. Best DANIEL CRAPPS AGENCY, INC.
301 South 964.6020 3 quality anywhere. Guaranteed never
Jialman pool fenced/cross-fenced.r
|I undersold. Can see locally. Warranty. Route 13, Box 1166, US 90 West
*4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. c C? Factory: 18004230163. Itchg 9/5 Lake City, Florida 32055

) >5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. / P STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at ((904) 755-5110
ell ACRE: Old farm house B.outlful.]2? Doublewlde Home Center located
Oaks $32.500. Cs North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this Is not
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg
: Lawtey $8500.00 <: FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for
euauxt >LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE i II sale at Ollns Home Center located *4 ACRE LOT ON 239-A overlooking a beautiful rolling countryside. Nicely
*SO Ac. 50000. C Wooded lot. Sulld that new home on this loll! ONLY $12,500
J Highway 100 West. This is not trailer
)3BR 2BA Beaut. Land Scaped Lot. c:JT furniture 6/13 tfnchg *SLAUGHTER HOUSE Meat Wrapping Business, 4 BR Dbl.Wide Home PLUS 10

)39500. Hwy 16 West. 52BR p GRAPES U Pick open every day 7 a.m. acres of land for only $100,000
2BA In the Country.. 29900. .*.5 til dark. Lilly Vineyards 12 miles East of *COOL LIVING In this special-order mobile home on a 2 acre wooded lot. Just

.... c:JT Keystone Heights on 100 Coral Farm off SR18. Feel those gentle breezes from the large oaks as you sit on the cool

((9C.j 782.3931 /:p Rd. 659-2121 8/15 tfn screened porch I 32500.
P.O. Drawer J AUCTION EVERY FRI AND SAT NIGHTi *CLEAN AND NEAT AS A WHISTLE) This 3 BR. 2 BA, home located just off

301 S. Lawtey |T Beginning 8'30 7:30 pm across from 239-A on 6 acres of land. Two barns Included with this home, a closed-In barn

El Waters Market In Lawtey: cabln." & an open barn. This home has rooms that could turn this home Into a 6 BR
1 shelving furniture and misc. 8/22.9/22 home, ideal for those large families. $81,000.( <
WATCH FOR OUR err 4tnd TFN 120 ACRES OF EXCEL. FARMLAND Two 60 acre tracts of land. A nice fishing

III pond is located on one 60-acr. tract. Just off 239A. All 120 acres for just

GRAND OPENING SOON ,CYPRESS MULCH $120.000.*BUY A PIECE OF PARADISE. Gorgeous 2.5 to S acre lots In the Providencearea.

Heavily wooded Excellent homesites. Only $3,000 per acre

1981 GS 1000 . . ; .. . :'. 2895 & PINE BARKYou NEIGHBORING COUNTIES

1.76 ACRE LOT ON TIGER LAKE In Suwannee Beautiful
County wooded lot.
178 actual miles full warranty We
pick-up or deliver Nice quiet neighborhood. Tiger Lake Estate $12,000

Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery, 5 TO 300 ACRES I 100 acres in 5 year old pines. Just north of.White Springs, 100
acres wooded acreage, and 100 acres subdivided Into lots of 5
acres or
$600 more.
Used 125 4 Wheeler /J ; .. . . CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING But the whole 300 acres or just a part. All 300 acres for only $330,000.

Used Jr. 50 Suzuki . . .rr. . 350 964.6649w Gale Bartlett..".277. After' Hours Sara Joyner 752-U7

p or Sherrl Woodley 755.0566I

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must wait 24 hours if you are using a couple may produce as much as 200 -
bronze muscadine grape or 48 hoursif gallons. The Florida Legislature, CARS & TRUCKS
using a purple muscadine grape.. recognizing the growing interest in FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES YARD SALE .. "
Now you are ready to drain off the home produced wine, legalized 1984 Chev. Cavalier Station wagon, NO .
and it into home production in 1972. down Payment, assume small .
large jug
liquid place a monthly '
where it will be sealed from exposure Ms. Trueblood said that most payments call 496-3737 Itpd 95MOTORCYCLES '
RENTi Union .
CountyTlm.s 150 Package deal: 2" or 4" well, water somethings new, somethings
to the air with a fermentationlock vineyard operators offer discountsto Main Street, Lake Butler Phon. pumps, new Installation of septic for you. SR121-.Locrosse-Near Post Of
and undergo the secondary winemakers, so don't hesitate to 496-2261 for Information tfn tanks, drain fields and lift station. fice. Itpd 95Multifamily '
fermentation. During this process, ask them for one. Thr. Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished Mobil. home poles available. All work Rain or'' Shin, Saturday .
the juice is stored in a cool,dry place Both Comer and Trueblood are call 964-o385 or 4962751$275. guaranteed. Coll Tommy Dorman September 7, 9 A.M.. Canning contamer. -
1977 Suzuki GS
until fully fermented. If you begin long standing members of the 750cc$650. call 496-3021 month, first, last, and security deposit. 2752151. tfn9/1 ., Dishes, recllner, cloth.,
Keep trying. Itpd 9/5
your wine making now, Comer said Florida Grape Growers Associationand tfn/chg NETTLES TREI SERVICEi Tree removal shoes, curtains and lots more 831 N. E. .
the wine, may be ready to enjoy in spoke with enthusiasm about all REAL ESTATE Room in prlvat.home for cong.nlal person and pruning. Also firewood, oak and Third Street Itpd 9/5
time for your Thanksgiving dinner the exciting things which are hap- non-smok.r, references required pine for sale. Call Thomas Nettles
"Most of us accidentally make a pening within the grape industry today OUT OF AREA call 496-3087 9/5 2tpd 9/12 4963823. tfn 12/22 FOR SALE
great batch of wine the first time especially through the extensive Mobil.Home Sit.Close In, near schools, 5
and spend the rest of our lives tryingto research which is presently LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO city utilities, call 496.3737 Itpd 9/3 INSURANCEMAINES Livestock trailer 2-wheel, covered ._ '
duplicate it,". Comer said with a under way at the University of PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find It. Just 6'x8'x7', 14" wheels. $400. Call
Florida's Institute of Food and 496.3737 Itpd 9/5 .
Ms. Trueblood emphasized the Agricultural Sciences in Leesburg. 496.2126 or 496-2903, eves "YOUR Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 496-3978. Comet Snapper Thirty-Inch ridingmow.r.
marvelous quality of the muscadine Today there are nearly 500 acres UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn Complete Insurance Service, tfn On. hundred gallon fuel oil
wines, which are best to drink early, of grapes in Florida 1: and one expert land For Sale Approximately 3 acres. GOVERNMENT HOMES From $1, (U tank.Call 496.2398 after 4:30 P.M. Itpd
although she has some bottled that has predicted that within the next Partically wooded, well and septic repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call 9/5
date back to her 1975 grape harvest. decade 10,000 acres of Florida's rich, lank mobile homes okay. Hal. and 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for In HELP WANTEDMedical Llapio Puppies $50 each. TV-stereo console
If interested in harvesting grapes fertile land will be covered with Associates Real Estate, Inc Call formation. 8/29 8tpd 10/17 for $50. Children's clothing. call
for a home wine making project (or vineyards. Most of this can be linkedto 496.3939 or 4623068. chq. tfn Help Dialysis technician. EXCELLENT Horse Double Keep trying Itpd. 9/5 ,
for any of the other,many uses of the fact that many citrus growers MOBILE HOMESMust BENEFITS. Need to be .."- quarter horse, gelding with tack.palomino$650.
grapes), there are many vineyards and citrus processing plants are motivated for position at Union Correctional Call 496.3650ltpd 9/5
now opened in the area which invite looking into the feasibility of using clerlal work Sell 1982 14'x56'2 bedroom, 1 bath, Institute (This position is with a Spinet-Console piano Wanted: Respon-
U-pick customers But do hurry, as the grape as a second crop, as well Typing In filing many extras. Just assume mortgage of private contractor and not a state sllbe party to take over low monthy .
the season is nearing a close. as the enormous strides which have receptionist call experienced 496.2351 dealingwith $14,500 or r.financ Must b. moved. prison) No dialysis experience re payments on spinet piano.Can be seen
The operators of these vineyardsare taken place recently in perfecting public. ltchg.95End May consider rent to own. For more information quired. Will train for position. Must be locally. Write Credit Manager: P.O.
always most helpful in answer Florida's grapes. call 496-3206 after 6 P.M. flexible with hours High School Box 537 Shelbyvllle, In. 46176 9/5 3tpd
ing any' questions you may have There are presently five commercial r 1 Itpd 9/5 Graduate, some medical technician 9/19 '.
from the jelly making process to wineries in Florida most of rO experience desirable. Apply In personat 6MOWgaBIAiM (
North Florida Kidney Center, I
6685 N.
which are operated by who
how to get started in making wine at people W. 9th Blvd
(in park behind North
home. initially began in the wine making Florida LEAs.
Comer operates a vineyard whichis business as amateurs, experimenting of Season Special I Gainesville Regional) 9/5 2tchg. 9/12 Hospital In
located on SR 100 in Grandin and with home wine making.But Nationwide swimming pool company QUALITY
Trueblood's vineyard is on SR 21 in whether you choose to experiment has new 1985 quality Inground pools tlbcf

Melrose. with home wine making or just Wonts homesltes for display pro TREE SERVICE .--- -........-..............."..- I
According to Ms.Trueblood,an In- make some delicious grape jelly, a gram. Great Saving for homeownerswho
dividual head of household is permitted trip to the area vineyards will cer- qualify. New pool concept and "Quality Work NeedCustom
,by state law to produce 100 tainly prove to be a treat for the en- best warranty In business. 100% Reasonable Prices" a

gallons of wine per year. A married tire family. financing. Immediate credit Fully Licensed and Insured Draperies? fiTOTaPlilaallct ,
available. Florida Stat. Certified. Insured I
Serving Bradford Co. for
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Bonded. t Call Loma Stephens ?
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Art Show cancelled
from pages 473-2914 ._.". ....u___ c
Committee members decided, out with donations to cover some of ---- 964-5647
because of the circumstances and to the unexpected expenses due to the J. WEAVER
Bargain Center Inc.
cancellation."I ._ ._ 0
show good faith, they would reimburse .
half of the exhibitors' entry hope they open their hearts and r. PAINTING I
help us out," Mrs. Blount said. "Just
fee. "This is not usually the traditionof Electrical 8 Plumbing
out of love for the festival." Southern Villas
other art festivals, Mrs. Blount 475.2280
_. .. Mobile Home Supplies ..
said ""but we wanted to show good sssrsrroseass.mProtect Paneling&Cabinets 2 Bedroom apartments nowavallab.le Winter's School of Dance
faith. 2 Commercial MakersMakes INTERIOR EXTERIOR '
Classes Now
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with heat/air,
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Those residents in the Keystone Save 25% Capacity w/w carpet.._ drapes. ';' Call II Now.ForInfof9646792_ -
Heights area who participated in the On All Maintenance Free Ext.rlor. FURNITURE REFINISHINGBONDED : :

f "Purchase Award" agreement can Cut Brick And Stone 9iil! ; -B<>79 301 South 964.4214 964-7295 INSURED :
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have it reserved until next year. Vinyl or Aluminum SldlngCAI,1. QUALITY FOR LESS 8/29tfn Mornings Evenings QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 1 Ag..4 a Up


Because the show is a non-profit ESTIMATESHomes -- ...

event sponsored by the Junior Beautiful l of N, Fla.
Women's Club, the committee is
asking the people of Keystone and Starke, Fla. Motors Has Made
the surrounding areas to search 964-6766
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( I Tentative Price Notice

Now Announces 36

Ford Motor Company
STOCK NUMBER TemposArriving
Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM I SHIP TO:
TemposPurchased IGNITION KEY
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301 South of Starke 964-6679 Quality for less WE HAVE TERMILLEGAR MCTORS INC 056
Code; 24F4C3 STARKE FL 32091
7.7 %
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Roofing Felt ... .. . . . 56.50 ((48 Month) ." SANDOBEIGE META DOOR crn /8M/ 7,160.00

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Your monthly payments will be much lower today than they were 3 .4 ?

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roof. Owner will flnanc.. R.ady Bat to O.scrlb.s move In. I Before the October 2 Cut Off!! !

Town and Country this 3 Br.2 BA, ham.with 7 aer.s of pasture and ,
larg.oak tr... h.r. In Lak. Bull.r.MUST & cross for
livestock. Could possibly b. us.d at Trailer Park or divided Into prlvat.
3 tn'1,...This lovely Country Ham. has unlqu.opportunity. First It. a

3 or 4 BR beautiful, 2 BA, Country Add.d ham.feature w/Cypr.ts pool trlmm.d 8, GREAT off of Second accenting -. If you don't desire .the 7.7 or 8.00/0 Financing We will give you a check for.

,th.r.or.approx. B acres for small type farming plus nlc.barn.Last,
but not l least, a concrete clock building makes It possible for a horn $400 on the of New Tempo.
purchase your
business opportunity.Don't poss this by..Locat.d on SR235 near SRIOO, 10minutes

.Call Shaw today Subdivision-from for Star..lraok.r Appointment BR I'/to and SEE.BA.concrete. block home close to RMC or WE WANT 'TO SAVE YOU $$$$ TRY US"!!

downtown lak.Butl.r.Will oleo! rent with Option to Buy, Contract slgn.d.
Ready to occupy. : Lak. Butler & RaIford. 3 BR, 1 BA ft
'. already. Has 1 acre In nlc. Country
plumbed for / BA fixtures

'neighborhood.WANTED Ready to own neede T.L.C. Terwillegar Motors -

Super nlc.ham.between Goln.avlll.lnd Lak. Butl.r with' POOL.Call m.

today..Have buyer waiting'. ..<->* 964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD 473-FORD

Have RENTALS Super Nlc. Rental Looks Brand New' In.ld. Wall papered, painted ft Starke G'vilte ,JAX Keystone
Call for this ex.tlonal -
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carpeted makes. thl.3 B
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September 5.1983( Page It

II Local alumni of Baptist Church: Children's Home., return to share memories .

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Despite Thomas Wolfe's belief tions. For some, this year's reunionis the children staying for several saw the need for change in child care Changes that would need to be some alumni,but as they talked and
that you can never, go home again, one of many return trips"home," years until they are adults as the and child placement.Leola Wingate made Mrs. Bracewell said.Children's shared together at the dinner Friday
tradition has it that most families while others were returning after 25 most alumni experienced; Instead,. Bracewell,who with her six brothers Homes' Executive night and the picnic with the
gather for reunions every rear years or more of being away. the children return to their homes and sisters lived at the Children's Director Richard Phillips talked children and staff on the Lakeland
Recently the large "family' of As Wolfe expressed: it is hard to when the relationship with the Homes from 1939 to 1946, with alumni concerning the pro- campus Saturday they could see
alumni from the Florida Baptist return home and see all the changes.The parents improve. When this is not remembers Mrs.Johns bringing her grams of the Children's Homes. He that change Is necessary and vital
Children's Homes' Lakeland Campus Florida Baptist Children's possible, foster care or adpotive and some of the older girls to the told them about the first group for the Children's Homes to continue
gathered to share memories,old Homes began as an orphanage, home placement Is sought to providean Lakeland Campus property before home, the Alice Madray Group to provide efficient and effective
photographs and to catch up on all housing children in dormitory-style individual family for every child. the campus was built. She pointedout Home near Okeechobee, which will child rare.
the"family" news. buildings. The residential care program Few of the children cared for by the to the girls where all the open this fall. The group home con- The Children's Homes is statewide
The more than 40 who attended the at the Campus on Lake Hunter Homes now are orphans, but they buildings would be, even a cept is designed to provide care agency with a In-
reunion lived at the Children's has progressed to a family-style en- suffer from abuse, neglect or other thick woods then covered thou 1 closer to the geographic locale of the Lakeland, Miami and campuses Tallahassee.
Homes at various times. Some had vironment with eight to 10 childrenin factors them from livIng "She could see down the road. She children and their families. More than 400 children are cared for
grown up in Arcadia where the each house supervised by full- their families. knew how it would aU be and the The changes are unsettling! to annually through residential
Home began In 1904; others lived at time and part-time child care Susie Johns, who served with her care.
the Home after it moved to Lakeland workers. husband,T.M.,as superintendent of
I in 1948 and some lived at both loca The program no longer involves the Children's Homes for 37 years,

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I"age I" Septembers: !

1 Obituaries r .. .. .. ,. '. ,.. .

Mrs. Elsie P. Hazen Workman, a former resident of Center following a brief illness.Born Baptist Church in Lawtey. Burial unknown at press time. A special thanks to Dr. Claras
Starke, was 'retired from Wood and raised in Taylor, Florida, Mrs. will follow in Peetsville Cemetery in Brother Robert Bell Brother ,
Mrs. ,Elsie Pauline Hazen. 64, of Mosaic Veneer Co. and was a Saunders was the daughter of the Starke, with Haile Funeral Home in Card of ThanksThe Bell, Archie Tanner,Funeral Home Jack
Starke, died September 2, 1985 at member of the Church: of God. late O.B. and Ellen Rhoden Sweat, charge of arrangements. and Starke Lanes. Your kindnesswill
of Stroble
family James would
Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville.Born former pioneer resident of Baker
Aug. 26, 1921 Madrid New Survivors include two grand- County. She was a member of the Jerome S. like to thank all his many friends you all long I be remembered. God bless
Mexico, Mrs. Hazen was a daughters, Connie S. Payne of Bayless Highway! Baptist Church. Kelly relatives and fellow bowlers for
The Strobles
their food flowers and kind
homemaker and a member of Keystone Hts. and Patti Shepard: a Jerome Sims Kelly, 32, of Lawtey, prayers, Connie
words. _. Sherry&Brad
Madison St. Baptist Church. sister, Ada Scaggs of Texas; and 7 Survivors include one daughter, died September 1, 1985 at the ....
Survivors include her husband, great grandchildren. Mrs. Genevieve Solano of Starke; 4 Veterans Hospital in Gainesville.
Cliff Hazen of Starke; two brothers, grandchildren; 9' great- Formerly a native of Lawtey, Mr. .
James Tabacchi and George Tabac- Funeral services will be held grandchildren; and 3 great-great Kelly had lived about 15 years in Now Appearing
chi, both of Albequerque, New Mex- Thursday, Sept. 5 at Reger Mortuary grandchildren. Albany, Ga. Born Dec. 2, 1952, Mr.
ico; two sisters, Mary Franchini of in Huntington, W. Va., with Kelly was a U. S. Army Disabled
Albequerque and Margaret Ember- burial following at Springhill Funeral services were conducted Veteran and was employed at the Saddle
ty of Lamar, Colo. Cemetery, Huntington. Jones 'Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 4, at the Marine Base of Albany. He was a TrampFriday
Funeral services were held Funeral Home of Starke was in Archie Tanner Funeral Home, with member of the Church of Christ.
Wednesday, Sept. 4 at the Jones charge of local arrangements. Rev. M. D. Mede Iros and Rev.J. D. Survivors include his wife, Laura
Funeral Home Chapel in Starke, Robinson officiating. Burial follow Kelly; one son,Jerome Anthony Kel- & Saturday 9 p.m. to 1:30: a.m.
with the Rev. Robert .Gillis of- Mr. F. A. DorityMr. ing in Conner Cemetery with Archie ly; one daughter, Vakela Kelly, all Mixed Drinks Beer & Wine
ficiating. Burial followed in Crosby Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in of Albany, Ga.; his parents, Clifford ,
Lake Cemetery. Arrangementswere Francis Andrew "F.A." Dori- charge of arrangements. and Margaret Kelly of Lawtey; two .
handled by Jones Funeral ty, 47, of Lawtey died August 27, brothers, Clifford Lee Kelly of SMITH LAKE I
Home of Starke.In 1985 in Starke. Born Feb. 12, 1938 in Alusa, Calif.; Bobby King Kelly of
lieu of flowers, the family requests Gainesville, Mr. Dority was a Mrs. Ellen SheleyMrs. Jacksonville; three sisters, Emma BAR & PACKAGE STORE '
that donations be made to the member of the Starke Church of Louise Strong of Lawtey, Mary Lou
Sheley, 35, of Starke, 2141n! McRae Turn) on CR 214 at Lake Geneva,
American Cancer Society, Local Christ. died early Monday morning at her Green and Margaret Jean Copelandof miles.
come out ((6))
Chapter, 1199 Bessent Rd. Starke. home following an extended illness. Jacksonville.
Survivors include his mother,LulaL. Born and raised in Michigan, Mrs.. Funeral -arrangements- .were .
Dority of Lawtey; two brothers Sheley moved to Starke and was of r ----1--: .::
Mildred RooksberryMrs. Hobson Dority of Jacksonville andH. Baptist faith.Survivors '"" __ -111
Mildred Louise Conner L. Dority of Orlando; one sister,
Rooksberry, 64, of Waldo, Fla., died Myrtle McDonald of Jacksonville Include her husband,
Sept. 2, 1985, in Alachua General Beach. Gregory Sheley of Starke; two LORIDA r
Hospital in Gainesville. Born Sept. daughters, Christine Balcer and PEST
14, 1920, in Louisville, Ky., Mrs. Graveside funeral services were Deborah Balcer, both of Starke; two I
Rooksberry was a cashier at Carl's held August 30 at McKinney brothers, Bob Collie and Daniel Col ONTROL
Grocery, a member of the Starke' Cemetery. Jones Funeral Home was lie. I
Church of Christ, AARP; Waldo in charge of arrangements. r CHEMICAL CO
Homemakers Club and a library Graveside funeral services will be 1539 E. Call St. Starke 964.5745 |
volunteer. Alma P. HastieAlma conducted Thursday, Sept. 5, at 11 II
Survivors include her husband, a.m. at Santa Fe Cemetery with
Billy J. Rooksberry; one son, Jim Jacqueline Parrish Hastie, Rev. Frank Jones officiating, with FALL SEEDS FALL VEGETABLE &
Hollingsworth II of Tallahassee; one 70, of Keystone Heights, died August Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
step-son, Billy J. Rooksberry,Jr., of 31, 1985, in Bradford Hospital, Starke in charge of arrangements. ANDONION / ANNUAL PLANTS I
Searcy, Ark.; one step-daughter, following a long illness. Born Jan.
Debbie Hester of Searcy. Ark.; and 19, 1915 in Belingham Wash., Ms. Mrs. Susie Lee Atwaters SETS Big Selection Here Now!
Hastie resided in New
two grandchildren. formerly
Graveside funeral services will be York City and was a homemaker. Mrs. Susie Lee Atwaters, 75, died Are Here Now! 4 & 6 Plants THC
held Thursday, Sept. 5, at Crosby Survivors include one son, RobertA. August 28, 1985 in Gainesville Oaks / l
Lake Cemetery with Rev. Greg Parrish of Kansas City, Kansas Nursing Home after a long illness. Hurry in for Per Tray ONLY Tray
Smith officiating. Jones Funeral and one daughter, Lois A. Kudo of Mrs. Atwaters was born Aug. 28, Your Favorites 2 *1.49 i
Home handled the arrangements.Ida Holbrook, N.Y.Cremation 1910.
was handled by Jones Some 4" Potted Plants Available Also
Irene WorkmanIda Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. Survivors include one son, J. D.

Irene Workman, 75, of Annie Mae SaundersMrs. Smith; two brothers, Edgar and Before You Plant... Fumigate the Soil with
Gainesville, died Sept. 2, 1985, in DeWitt Williams; and many nieces
Shands Hospital following a long il- Annie Mae Saunders, 89, of and nephews.
lness. Born June 17, 1910 in Starke, died Monday morning, Sept. Funeral services will be Saturday, VAPAM
Lawrence County, Ohio. M" 2. 1985 at Whispering Pines Nursing Sept. 7, at 2 p.m. at Philadelphia .

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