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 12, 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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4r ,F Garbage Control Law

Alai p M Iw'I Passed by Commission_

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I A new county garbage control law that the permitting and fee systembe ordinance simple. Sanitarian
I was passed 4-0 Monday, Sept. 9, by studied for a year, and readied to O'Neal, who worked with Flynn on
the Bradford. ,County Commis put in effect by October I, 1986. He the new law, said he is ready with ''I I
I'4 4' 9fJCT sioners. received no argument from Com- the permitting section but needs to I
1 The permitting section, a major missioners E.W. Hodges, E.L. Nor discuss it with the county commis-
'k it, I ,element of the garbage ordinancewas man,or Lawrence, Mosley. Commis- sion. No time was set for the com-
omitted; however, a committeeof sioner Wilbur Waters was in mittee to meet.Landfill .
1 ; Commissioner Lawrence Mosley, Michigan Monday buying parts to
44 County Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal, fix a chipping machine for his Permit...
r and County Attorney Reggie Flynn business, commissioners said. A representative of the state
r, Mfr will meet to work out how permits County Judge George Pierce Department of Environmental
w ___ for garbage dumping will be Issued. declared the county's previous gar- Regulation recently inspected the
The charges and permits will be bage ordinance, largely based on the county landfill near Keystone
adopted as county riles, which may state ordinance, unconstitutionalMarch Heights and wrote the county a long
be changed simply by a vote of the 27. That set off the study for a letter mostly saying that-proof has
five-member board. new garbage control ordinance not been supplied that the county
The board which will pass the constitutionality landfill is not contaminating the
; adopted as a test. Attorney Flynn feels that garbage -
resolution the section of the or- and litter are much belter water in the Floridan aquifer.
dinance that explains where gar- defined in the new ordinance which DER also said that since the coun-
bage may be dumped. Dumping totals some 30 pages including! the ty did not apply for a new permit by
anywhere except the approvedareas ordinance, the dumping areas sec- the January 1 deadline, the landfill
I ; such as the garbage compactor tion, and the rules that will be permit will be treated as new, rather
-. d ( I II areas and county landfill, will be studied and approved eventually.The than renewal. Regulations are
violations of the new l law! new garbage control law was tougher on new landfills, says

". ,. .' Sanitarian O'Neal also gave the adopted as an emergency measure, Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal. Commis-
"I' commission the garbage rate fees but the process was delayed by the sioners instructed Sanitorian O'Nealto
Plioloi ky Mark. ......Ift
turn the letter
over an engineerwho
that Levy County, comparable to county commissioners in June when
F A New Look... Bradford, charges. O'Neal said they stopped attorney Flynn from the county has retained to get
.s p scales cost Levy County $25,000, and working on the new law. In August, the landfill reoermit renewed.
The new (old) look of Call Street that Levy charges $3.50 per ton to Flynn was instructed to resume Commission Chairman Maxie
begins to emerge as The Bradford dump household garbage, has a different work but to separate the actual Carter wondered what the county
County Telegraph, Florida's oldest rate for tires and trash, and enabling act from the permitting would do about its garbage if DER
m "' weekly newspaper under continous charges $2 per pick-up truck load. section. refuses to issue a new operating per-
publication (since 1879)), puts on a Chairman Maxie Carter suggestedThe Flynn said Monday he has kept the mit.
red brick face to match the look of
the 1902 Courthouse, now housingthe
Santa Fe Community College,

Starke top Center.At workmen. William Harper, Public Hearing Set Tonight
Randy Manning and John Manning
7r are busy removing the old (new)
brick to replace with the new (old)
brick. The modern glass door will
be replaced by one of the 82yearold Qn
solid pine doors removed during j Proposed County Budget'
the college renovation work. + ._ __ ..
At right (or left) brick masons i "* ? .. .. J ? .ua' il t i... '
cover The Telegraph's west wall first of two required public county is $677,000 less than the can"see a raise, said Mosley.: But If
which was exposed by the Green- hearings on the county's proposed budget, which is balanced by using an employee doesn't do a good job,
block fire in 1978. The new (old) $4.48 million budget for fiscal 85-86 is funds on hand.It he doesn't deserve a salary Increase'.
wall will form a matching set at 8 p.m. today (Thursday, Sept. means that next year to fund the every year, said Mosley.
backdrop for the landscaped park- 12) in the county commission same exact budget the county will "I suggest you begin immediately
ing area now emerging in the meeting room in the courthouse on have to come up with an additional to look into additional revenue
former burned-out block, east of N. Temple Avenue in Starke. $677,000 in revenue. If the current sources," CPA Farnsworth sug-
ah the Courthouse.The The new budget,'carrying a 9.322 $330,000 federal revenue sharing gested to the commission after that
Telegraph's east half dates millage rate, has been approved by funds are cut, as is predicted, county exhange.The .
back at least to 1900 and in pre- Bradford County commissioners on commissioners will have to find an $330,000 in federal revenue
prohibition days housed "J. D. a preliminary basis. It is not a property additional $1 million in new revenue sharing funds is all used for basic
Crabb's Red Light Saloon" where a tax increase. sources to balance next year's services, Farnsworth said, such as
city marshal was gunned down Final adoption will be proposed at budget at $4.4 million, or drasticallycut the jail and sheriff's office.
when he went inside to break up a a second public hearing set at 8 p.m. expenditures. The commission has discussed
rough-and-ready Saturday night Monday, Sept. 23. "Unless we get lucky, like we did charging fees to support the servicesthe
t brawl, common in those days. No The county is not increasing property this year, and income is more than county provides, such as garbage -
one would talk about who fired the taxes. The 9.322 mills, down anticipated, the budget will be short disposal, emergency medical
fatal shot, though legend has it the from 9.7 mills, is the rollback rate next year," CPA Farnsworth warn- treatment, and fire protection.
culprit was the ne'er-do-well son of certified by Property Appraiser ed the commission. Combining the radio dispatching
a circuit judge. Jimmy Alvarez to bring in the same Commissioner Lawrence Mosley service of the city and county,which
-+ i Call Street has been approved by amount of tax dollars the county said, "We need to get on the ball and would result in a $50,000 savings to
Sy s the Florida National Register received for fiscal 8485. Property do something about these five per- each, would be another cut in the
; : Review board for listing in the taxes currently make up only 34 per- cent salary raises." budget deficit.
1/ prestigious National Register, and cent of the county budget. Quickly replying, Clerk Gib Brown The county can raise some
the application is now being $677,000 in carryover funds, said, "I don't think that will be a problem $120,000 by levying the full 10 mills of
reviewed in Washington. If included money the county has on hand and next year." property taxes allowed by law.
property owners will be eligiblefor won't be recurring next year, will be Mosley retorted, "I've heard that The proposed new spending bill is
tax credits up to 25 percent on used to balance the proposed spen- before, too." up $317,664 over the total 84-85
restoration work. ding bill, the commission decided in Commissioner Mosley says he budget, mostly because of the five
an April 12 meeting. In other words, prefers priority raises for certain (See BC Budget..P.3A)
expected 85-86 annual income of the employees. If an employee works he

I Rescue 60 'Just Worn Out,' Chapman- Declares Wot noting

Rescue 60 is "just worn out," enough to get to an incident, he where the county will find the money to the aging vehicle, in use since Chapman said the county's Rescue
Emergency Services Director Cliff stated. to buy a new rescue unit this year. 1972. 61 has traveled 22,000 miles in less 1
Chapman told the Bradford County Rescue 62, a van, is being used as Chairman Carter also advised Chapman said trips out of the than a year. The new quick responsefire
Commission at its Monday, Sept. 9, the second, or backup unit, to having the county garbage county to transfer patients to area truck has traveled only 1,400 Senior (;Itlzerl ,...
meeting.A Rescue 61, Chapman said, answer- mechanic look at Rescue 60 to see if hospitals have put more mileage on miles in the same period, he said. Come join in the activities of
new rescue unit will soon be ing a question from the commis- it can be repaired to last a while the rescue units than anything else. About 40 percent is the current your Senior Center: needlework,
needed, and will cost between sioners. longer. Bradford Hospital and and local rate at which the county is paid for macrame, exercises, bingo, etc.
$30,000 and $40,000, said Chapman. The aging vehicle needs a new physicians order seriously ill or hurt the rescue calls it makes, meaning The Center is open Monday
Rescue 60 has 99,000 miles on it "Keep on using Rescue 62," Com- transmission and a new motor patients to Gainesville hospitals, 60 percent goes uncollected. The through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
and is on its third engine, said Chap- mission Chairman Maxie Carter told Chapman said. He recommended] causing miles to pile up on the commission has discussed chargingall and is located behind the new cour-
man. Rescue 60 is riot reliable Chapman, adding he doesn't see against putting that much money in- rescue vehicles. As a comparison, residents for the rescue service thouse on the corner of Grand and
but has taken no action. Georgia Streets. Contact Peggy

Bcrnett, center director, 964-4545

I 3 New Faces 4In9 At Hampton, Cleric'sHampton Post Made Appointivequired for VVanta more information.Learn...?

be cut. Low. man was incumbent Scott number of vacancies. This A wide variety of courses will be

voters elected three Henceforth, the clerk will appointed .Defeated 54-36 was a proposal for
newcomers, Bobbi Sheppard, by the mayor and confirmedBy an appointive marshal. Davis with 34. Davis had turned in year there were three seats open so offered to the public for the Fall
of 1985 by the Bradford Coun-
election. Term
the won
George Werre, and James Patrick the council. his resignation Monday night, Sept. top
Mitzel, to the city council Tuesday, Voters solidly defeated two other Veteran councilman Ted Curtis 9, according to City Clerk Pat ty Community Education.The .
offerings are Art-Oil
Sept. 10, filling three seats which charter amendments: was defeated after serving about 16 Hayes. Top vote getter was Bobbi Shep- new
for grabs. years in Hampton, primarily as the About 47 percent of the approx- pard with 65 votes, followed by Painting, Birthing/Child Caring,
were up Voters defeated 59-30 a proposal council chairman. Curtis was two imately 189 registered voters turnedout George Werry with 61. James Mltzel Cake Decorating, CPR/First Aid,
that would have allowed the city votes shy of the cut-off point. for the election. narrowly beat out Curtis for the Floral Arranging I & II, Hunter
Hampton voters narrowly approved clerk to be a person other than a Hampton fills council posts by tak- "All new blood that's coming in," number three seat with 56 votes. Safety, plus Ballet/Tap Dancing of-
47-45, an appointive city clerk. Hampton resident. ing the top vote getters for the re- said mayor Elwood Padgett. Curtis had 55 and did not make the fered at further Brooker information Elementary.For contact

the Bradford-Union Vocational-
Technical Center, phone 964- 15O.

I Meeting Quiet, But County Commissioners Put"Boy i in Long Day on Many ProblemsOdom Gator QB Club...

Bo Bayer, the head recruiting
this thing is too quiet to be returned at 4 p.m. Monday afternoon Dry Run OK... where the board has ideas, at the has deeded< the property to the coordinator for the UF Florida
Director L.M. county, so it is the responsibility of Gator football team will speak
true said Chairman Maxie Carter to meet with attorney Reggie Flynn The commission suggestion of Zoning
of Monday's regular County Commission and County Sanitarian Darrell on Emergency Services was Director told Cliff by Gaines, to build a second boat rampon the county commission to correctthe tonight (Thursday, :Sept.: 12) at 7
meeting. the new garbage ordinance. (See the west side of the railroad problem. L.M. Gaines suggestedthe p.m. at the Starke Golf and Country -
that the
Chapman county's com- track. the trestle canal is ideal for a second boat Club to address the Starke
Everybody" seemed to be in the separate article In this edition of The prehensive health plan worked well The road leading to
1.11IIUlUmer doldrums Monday Telegraph). the run" had been washed out by heavy rains, ramp, and suggested the board apply Gator Quarterback Club.
during "dry for
morning. But before the day was A few people confronted the com- Elena. There are Hurricane but the commissioners managed to for permit to build such a boat The membership drive for the
over the four commissioners present mission with problems with dirt can be improved some things that get across the rough place in Road ramp. There is money in thecounty's Starke Gator QB Club is still going
and those
upon with the state to
Superintendent J.B. Crawford's account on. There is a three-way tie with
had a full day. Commissioner roads after the recent rains. The
things are being worked
Wilbur W""rlt011' in Michigan get- commissioners visited the places .Chapman. on, pickup truck. About a dozen cars build the ramp, Gaines said. each of the leaders having signed
line parts to repair a wood chippertor during a long trip from one side of -- were there and people were fishing, up six people.No .
Jail Situation...
In* t ti inc+*. the county to the other and made the commissioners reported.An Starke Gator QB Club
I'lio commission put in 3'a: plans to correct the problems. New Boat Ramp...? environmental agency had Sheriff Doloh Reddish told the. meeting is scheduled Sept. 19
mooting Monday morning toured Commissioners inspected the written J.D. Odom to fill in a canal commissioners he's heard nothing because of the Sept. 21 open date
'!u' t" \lI1'>' ilwng midday, then In Sept. 9 action, the commission: Sampson Lake Thistle boat ramp leading into Cypress Run. However, new on the jail situation. for UF



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I $95,682 Budget Tentatively Set For Brooker ?',";-:lie'-- ."

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A 198H6 spending plan totalling "That J.OOO'gallons of water sure Trying to avoid a repeat, of last cording to him, unsafe. The tires 1... ., ,
$95,682 waq approved Tuesday evenIng comes in handy," said councilmanJoe year freeze damage, the council had been stored In the city hall after \
Sept.'10, by the Brooker, City Tolleson. "It's a long way to approved a contract to remodel the they had been taken off the patrolcar l.. J;
CounciL .itiV," f&Lawtey tf,.-you have to go get it/' he existing pumphouse.With when the council had replacedthe ,
The council accepted the rollback stated about the location of another a low bid of $4,180 Brooker tires with special police models. -
millage rate of 1.328 mills meaning 'tanker truck in the county. resident Joe Robinson will have until "We bought the tires for the safetyof
there will be no monetary Increase "I'd rather see' us buy another Dec. 1 to complete the job. It con- the man," said Stalnaker about ,\."' .. ,., from property taxes in 85-86. truck and put the tank on it," said sists of enclosing all exposed pipes the tires purchased for ex-marshal ,. .. /,.," J.' ,
Final action to adopt the budget Councilman C.J. Stalnaker. around the water system insulating Tommy Raulerson. '. .
The truck was manufactured in the building and extending it about Marshal Williams "'. .... :!f .
will be next Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 8 was instructedto ., ," l
p.m. in the city hall. the 1950's with parts very difficult to 10 feet. let the council know about things ., t-. I r
obtain for it. According to the chief, "I think we need to get started like that in the future. ''r
Police Car Repair... only two companies handle parts, working on it. It'll be winter pretty Another problem with the patrolcar
be the one in California and one in Texas. soon," said Stalnaker, who also was Is a leaking trunk which has
Also to decided at special
He told the council that the California volunteered to oversee the work. damaged the police radio once
is where to the city'spolice
meeting get
The trunk is company did not have the needed With the water tower nearing five already, according to Williams. The
leaking car and repaired.damaging the radio, according transmission parts while the Texas years in Brooker, it is in need of a council agreed for the marshal to get
Members familiar cleaning and inspection, Edwardstold
to the marshal. company might. three estimates to repair the car and
with that company indicated that the council. meet back with them Tuesday Sept.
Tax Percentages... parts ordered from there in the past Water Tower Paint and Repair of 10, for approval.
had not been any good. Orange Park offered to do the "One more thing Mr. Marshal,"
Property taxes will raise a total of They all agreed that the best maintenance work on the tank for said Gene Melvin, "I don't see whereits
$1,515 for the town or 1.6 percent of course of action was to look aroundto $250. According to Clerk Linda Doc's responsibility to pick-up
the total outlays. Revenue sharing see if another vehicle could be ob- Robinson, another company had offered bottles and broken glass.
funds make up about 27 percent of tained at a reasonable price to to do the same job several Regardless of who it is they need to
the water system portion of the mount the tank on. Councilman C.J. years ago for about $800. The coun- pay the price." M
budget at $9,548 with payments Stalnaker, who heads the Fire Committee cil agreed on having it done for$250, Melvin was complaining about in-
estimated at $14,000 making up will be in charge of the while several other area towns have dividuals gathering-up and drinking
about 39 percent. Revenue sharing search. their tanks cleaned as well. in Brooker who were littering the
accounts for over 37 percent of the Most of the members received in The auxiliary pump wouldn't start streets with bottles and trash.
general fund budget at $22,278 of the the mail a photocopy of an article for him said Joe Tolleson, while Williams stated that when he comes
$60,133 total. where the Worthington Springs Stalnaker indicated he had used his home after work that they go on
Volunteer Fire Department had truck to jump it off just before the about their business.In .
Fire Business...
Dept. dropped their rating to a 9. said hurricane.
Bad news for the council was Councilman Carl Edwards other action, the council:
brought by VFD Chief Tony The rating is the basis for fire insurance :Marshal's Business... Was told smoking has been
Stalnaker who told the council the rates and depends on It looks like the honeymoon is over banned in the city hall in response toa
3,000 gallon water tanker's various factors such as the type of between the new marshal and the new state law requiring the councilto
transmission was dying. Accordingto fire department, structure type and council in Brooker. decide the issue."Personally .'
Chief Stalnaker reverse was distance from a fire hydrant Marshal Darrell! Williams had I don't believe that Mr
already gone and he thought it was Brooker is presently a 10. taken some tires from the city hall we have adequate ventilation here
Just a matter of time before it quit and put them on the city's partrolcar with one air conditioner and one
completely Water System Woes... to replace some which were, ac- heater," said Melvin.


I Tornado Talk .I ,.,.,',;:,: F'". 'f't-.
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times during the school year. Manyof day, Sept. 17, so you will know which will not be allowed to park there in .'. ._..,:. '-. .;: '''< By Michelle Hall you will need a score on ONE: of day you will be photographed. the future. ...: 1,>... l
If you will turn it in to me your an- these tests in order to complete an \ -;,; \.. :
nouncement will appear in the Tor- application form to a college or com 9-11 Pictures... ,;. ,,: ,....; ":
nado Talk column. We'd like news munity college. Therefore the Cooperate Please... School pictures will be taken ( ..",:-:'. ,,...,), "".\.

about your club, an anniversary, to earlier you make plans to take one of HOME TOWN RENTALS, locatedon Wednesday, Sept.18, and Thursday, .' ..-'-.:.j,, ,
wish someone Happy Birthday, or these tests, the better you can make the corner North of the campus, Sept. 19, during English Class. A '. .:. .., :: : "
welcome mind that students leave him and schedule will be .,: .... .
you are to speak your your post-high school plans. requests in the bulletin Tues- \ .. ,. '
about any "doing" around school. his secretary at least two parking Class meeting today (Thursday ,,5, -,. ,..,....t.!:'!' ...,.,"..
Just write your message down on a spaces next to the building for their Sept.12) in Mrs. McNelley's room. '

piece of paper (no profanity, please) Seniors to Meet... use. Students, you are free to park Please try to attend. We will be These Braces Save Knees.
and make sure I get it before every there, if you will cooperate with him making some very important decisions ..
Tuesday. There will be an important Senior on this. Otherwise, students, you Knee braces such as the ones defensive tackle, offensive guard Chris

Dougherty is wearing save many knee Injuries.The .
Clubs and Organizations... braces, which cost $37 each, allow forward movement but prevent
Any student interested in Joining side-to-side motion of the knee which causes Injury when a player Is hit
the Girls and Boys Cross Country just right on the knee.
team is welcome. The team meets CHURCH OF GOD Every University of Florida players, for Instance, wears such braceson
each day at 3:30: p.m. with Coach rI 422 N. St. Clair %4.5445 each leg.
Loper at the Middle School. It is avery Fantastic Pastor Head Coach David Uurse would like to have all his players outfitted
Walter F. Monlz.
fine program but needs more with the braces, but money Is a problem. The BUS Athletic Department
active team members to continue to Diamond We invite you to worship with us. currently has 25 knee braces, including five just donated by Lake
build on a proud tradition. Try it out Values -- Attended Nursery ChevroletOlds.To .
and give yourself and team a great L1 Sunday School . . . 10 am outfit every varsity player would take 68 braces, or 43 more. At $37
experience.If Classic Seven Diamond ClusterSet Morning Worship . . . 11 am each It will take $1,591 to buy the 43 additional braces. Anyone wishing to
you are interested in being in the Lady's Evening Service . . . 6 pm donate can contact Coach lIurse at the BUS Athletic Department, phone
French Club this year, we will meet in 14Kt gold I Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: pm 964lu..n1tJ61Jrfll

Wednesday Sept. 19, in Miss Camp- .

bell's room. Dues are $2.50 per ... .h.. ,
semester or $5 for the year. E
l' : ._
a High-Q Team ...' .,
Needs New Players. yO ,, 11
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Anyone interested in trying out for 4' ...
the High-Q Academic Team should /4 Carat ; /2 Carat ,
contact Mr. Crawford in Room 1504. .
BHS was district champ two years V $19900 :Z $39900

and ment Lisa was last Blalock third year in is the returning division tourna-to the Compare$400 ate ;\ Compare$700" at r Fl "J! # :ls 'rtJ.d srrf/'JI!

varsity and Jason and Jody Brownare
returning from the JV team
1 Carat .
from '84. Coach Crawford is looking
for some new students to carry on \.a'Ha'Ha'i \\O $79900 Shop II
the team. Anybody is welcome to t\\1\ mas IIl1d;r lIol11e ; ,i
tryout. If a student la willing to try N tot Compare-"at -,
out BHS has a 6,000 question bank $1,250jewelry Vela ey9
which will give a pretty good base of
knowledge, says Coach Crawford.
Come on out, urges Coach Crawford.Sr. TAJlt II ,

Retakes... na J li lix
Senior picture make-ups will be CS.Gift ,
taken Tuesday Sept. 17, in the At- EKI
tendance Area. The photographerwill IJI Gallery, me. r rp
be there all day, but will break
from 130230. He will stay after '104 W. Call St.
school as long as is necessary to
Mon. .F" E
complete the pictures. If you Starfee Florida Sat. 9.2
haven't had your Senior picture 9-5:30 All weights approximate,
taken yet, or if you need them Illustrations enlarged, to show detail.
retaken, please be sure to be there. ]
Any senior who has not had their
Senior picture taken will not be in
the yearbook with the Senior Class.
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Entrance Exams... :
Application forms for SAT and
ACT examinations are available
from Mrs. Aljets in the Guidance Of- s 'USA
fice. A score on at least one of these NOTICETo tt f
exams is required by most collegesand r
ALL scholarship applicants (including -
athletics). Registration the residents of Hampton and surrounding area

SAT deadline is September for the first 20. This testing exam of will the ..1 I am now a State Certified Notary Public.

be offered 7 times during the school
year. The registration deadline forthe
ACT is Sept. 27. It is given only 5 James (Jim) P. Mitzel Y

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September 12,1985- _.-TELEGRAPH Page 3AT

"".! + $13.5 Million School Budget Approved I ITh

1985-86 school board budget of The board approved the new plan BMS. favored the contract. The county has
$13.5 million was adopted Monday by a 4-0 vote Monday night. Board 1.08 county coordinators and about 250 teachers.
;! gqM9, thl t'wy night including a raise for county ad member Pat Spengler was absent Lawtey elementary principal. The board also officially approvedthe
due to
ministrators.At illness.
1.10 county directors and principals ,required by the state,of
a lengthy worksession meetinglast The county's 27 administratorswill at Southside and Starke 4.698 mils plus 1.319 discretionary
Thursday Sept. 5, the administrative receive pay increases ranging elementary. millage.
pay plan was discussedand from five percent to 15.5 percentover 1.11BMS principal The $13,515,423 budget has a
b re-discussed. The original plan last year's pay an average of 1.13 BHS principalTeachers reserve of only $47,000.
proposed by Supt. Jim Duncan was about 8.5 percent, Duncan said. received pay hikes "It's a very, tight budget,"
t a, rr, dumped by the board after being Administrators who work 12 mon averaging seven percent as a resultof Supt Duncan said.very
: passed in concept. The concept at- ths will be paid on the following base negotiations included in the About 67 percent of the county's
tached salaries of administrators to salary: masters degree, $28,800; budget approved Monday night. budget goes to salaries.
teacher's pay plus a responsibilityfactor. specialist degree, $29,640; and doc- Bradford Education Association Duncan reported that state PECO
n+r torate degree, $30,600. President George Bowen said 99 per funds had been approved to the
Board member Rodney Hall said Each 11 month administrator will cent of the 220 teachers! !: that voted county.

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the plan unworkable. The formula masters degree, $26,400; specialist
worked out to the benefit of long degree, $27,240; and doctorate + JO ANN'SA
-lY time teachers who became ad- degree, $28,200.
minstrators. A problem that poppedup Ten month administrators will be
: involved the new high school prin- paid: masters degree, $24,000; Speciality Gift Shop i
cipal's pay. With a doctors degree specialist, $24,840; and doctorate, 'C;V Hwy 301 South Across tram Normin'i Market
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another county, the BHS principal The responsibility index goes from r.i
ra would have been paid less than one 105 percent of the base to 114 percentfor Dolls by House of Global Art
of his assistants under the plan. the assistant superintendent.
When that discrepancy came to 1.05 assistant principal at Collectors Items for the Young +...
light,Duncan went back to the draw Southside and Starke elementary
P ing board and came up with a new schools and dean of students at the :. & Young At Heart
. plan that wasn't tied to teacher's high school and middle schools. .
: The second plan will cost the 1.07 principal at Hampton and : Open 10 a.m. Iii 5:30 Closed Wed. A Sun. (904) 9648547MONDAY
pay.board about $27,000 less than the Brooker elementary schools andassistant a................................. .
first one proposed. principals at BUS and
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$1,000 More Goes to SFCC Starke Center...

SFCC Starke Center Director Bernard McFadden, left, accepts a $1.000 AT WHAT YOU GET FOR JUST
donation from County Commission Chairman Maxie Carter
Other members of the county commission said they also plan to make
donations to the SFCC Center Project. The goal I is to raise $85C,000, with We Also Have
some $120,000 to go,on the project which entails the remodeling of the old Victor 800 $ ,JP fei 00 Swintec 300
1902 courthouse center and lot
as a community college building a parking
on thouse.the former Green property between The Telegraph and the old cour $11900 $9995

Day and night classes, which began Aug. 25, are under way at the new Victor 820 -
SFCC Starke Center.Public .. .._.__ Cannon P 25-0
139 $6995II

Hearing... Sharp ux-1612
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percent pay raises, increased exwomen and men Jailers. Plus, the
penses in the sheriff's budget and DOC also says the correctional officers
other smaller increases. cannot also act as dispatchers -
Jail expenditures could climb as they currently do. e SUGGESTED RETAIL FROM CASIO$139.
another $80,000 if the state DepartThe county is protesting the DOC
ment of Corrections (DOC) requires order legally through a Tallahasseethe e DIGIT CAPACITY UPTO 99 MILLION INCLUDING DOLLARS
county to hire 10 new jail attorney who works for the Florida
employees. DOC wants the jail to Sheriff's Association and is familiar AND CENTS M1;
have round the clock duty for both with such DOC orders. '
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Pale 4A TELEGRAPH September 12, 1985

It Hurricane Dora Left Its Soggy Calling 1 JL- Card 21- Years: : Ago This Week. I

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.', Tuesday, Sept. 10; was the 21st anniversary almost due west with the south edge of the were cut off during the four-day period.No "I -'-' .....
of Hurricane Dora, the double.dealing The 'Eye'Passed eye passing over the north side of Kingsley long distance calls were made or received 4 ') ""v
storm of 1964 that dumped more Lake and on toward the Lawtey area from Wednesday to Saturday morning, \ \
than 13 inches of rain on Bradford Countyin Over before daylight Thursday. and no telegrams could be sent in or out
a four-day period. Dora's "eye"the from Wednesday to Friday.
in late ,
center of a hurricane around which After the backlash set Thursday
BradfordCounty winds blew steadily from the Relatives outside the
the high winds swirlfollowed a path afternoon, area were described -
across north Bradford County, the only South for almost 60 hours. Public resortson as"frantic"as they heard radio and TV
time we have been in the center of a storm, the north side of Kingsley Lake took a reports that Dora's eye passed directlyover
rather than on the fringe. terrific beating, losing large sections of Bradford County and there was no Y
their wooden docks and picnic shelters. way to contact their loved ones in this
Sam McGarvey of Lawtey, In his New Kingsley Beach lost half of its man- vicinity.In .
"Farmer's Dlar," column in The made white sand beach. Kingsley Lake,
Telegraph wrote: All during the blow we already six inches above normal level, several instances people drove hun-
dreds of miles to reach Starke for
barometer to follow a check-
depended on our progress rose another 12 inches and four-foot waves
of the storm. As long as the damaged many private docks and boats. up on relatives impossible to reach by
barometer continued to sink we knew Dora' phone or wire. One party drove here from ,
Crosby Lake, west Starke, rose four w
I closer and closer. Later Atlanta after three days of attempted long y
was approaching :i feet, due to water that backed up from
distance contact, then scurried back hometo
Wednesday night it got below 29.50, the Lake. New River crested at 16
Sampson ,
lowest we'd ever recorded, and then wenton 1 feet Sunday morning, up from about six keep from being cut off by flooded 1 1
down to 29.10 as the eye was passing feet before Dora. Water Oak Creek,a New
nearby. A short time later it began rising River tributary that rises in the Camp Howard Clark, manager of the Salvation l.
and we knew that the worst was over." Blanding area, reached new flood heights, Army Camp on Bedford Lake, became 4
But the storm,was far from over. Dora overflowing and eroding rich farm lands in known as the "cake man" when electric
did a "double t ke", sweeping Bradford the Water Oak section. troubles caused temperature in the camp's 1'g L ': 45 ,
County coming and going. At 11 a.m. Damage to Bradford County agriculturewas freezer to rise Sunday. He loaded up 125
Thursday, Sept. 10, Bradfordites breatheda estimated at $650,000 with vulnerable rode food and pound cakes in his car and .y. '
sigh of relief when the Miami Weather poultry houses bearing the brunt of struc- up and down Highway 100 handing
Bureau reported the eye of the storm had tural damage. An estimated 5,000 baby them out to everyone in sight.

passed here, traveling in a westerly direc chicks were lost by flooding or disease The Clay-Bradford Squadron of Civil Air
tion. Winds died down from their. 75 to 80 resulting from wet weather. Patrol was the only CAP unit in Northeast .i
mph peak and the rain slackened. Then Florida to keep tabs on Dora's position at ..yr
about 6 p.m. business picked up again, the''' No CommunicationsStarke's all times. They accomplished this service r

wind coming out of the south this time and municipal power plant and its with two-way radio which was in contact
rain continuing to fall in sheets. employes were commended in a Telegraph with Imeson Airport, Jacksonville, and a
Television news brought the word that editorial for keeping the power flowing monitoring station picking up the Miami
Dora, after passing Tallahassee in a nor- Wateroak throughout the four-day storm period withno Weather Bureau.For this valuable service .
thwesterly direction,-ran into a'cold front section of town without electricity for the squadron received an award from the 1-
and made a hairpin turn near. Dothan, FarmingArea more than three hours. Neighboring Green U.S. Air Force.In .f _
Ala., heading back east in the direction of Cove Springs and Orange Park,dependenton spite of all the trouble it caused, Dora
Savannah. This kept Bradford County in power from Jacksonville, were without was a "moderate" No. 2 storm with windsof '
the range of its winds and rain for anothertwo service for "a solid week". Clay Electric only 70 to 80 mph. Wind damage was .
days before Dora passed out to sea off Flooded officials said Dora was the most minor, but flooding was severe. Measured : ,
the Carolina coast. widespread troublemaker ever experienced rainfall during the four-day period ranged :;

The storm came out of the Atlantic and in the Co-op's 12-county area. from 11.29 inches at Kingsley Lake to a I
hit the coast near St. Augustine,continuing Communications with the outside world frog-choking 18.7 inches at Highland.
Starke recorded 15.13 inches; Keystone ,
Heights, 12.60; and Union County had an } 'V.n
average of 14.45.

Editorials Many lessons were learned from Elena, ., -
the latest hurricane to leave its mark on :aMore
Florida. The greatest lesson was the fact
that Florida is still unable to evacuate all ,.. .." .,,,"' .. '"-
the residents of coastal areas, including ., .... -1'i
It's Back to School For Adults TooWith the barrier islands, if a hurricane hits the w .. '
state broadside rather than just "fooling 1 } "
around" as Elena did.
all the facilities and advantagesof ning to the work force realize they must The worst damage from Elena was from

Santa Fe Community College literally update their skills to obtain a job. flooding and destruction from tornadoes Rain Than Wind
the hurricane whose
spawned by winds did
on our doorsteps now, it is reasonableto At present, the percentage of adult not exceed 90 mph. It is hard to imagine Historically! hurricanes have brought more flood damage than wind damageto
that adult enrollment will in- Bradford the in 1896 which blew down immense stands of
expect enrollment in Santa Fe classes here is what a hurricane, packing 200 mph winds, County except one
crease markedly due to the convenienceand as the one that passed over the Florida timber In the Providence area, which is now part of Union County.
close to the national of 20-25
of the trend to average keys more than 50 years ago, would have
inexpensiveness percent, but this is expected to increase cost Florida in lives, as well as property Flood scenes pictured above during previous storms show the old Jim Horn-
adult education.Not substantially once adults realize the in- damage. It is hoped that Elena s lesson sby farm (top) and Laura Church Road both along Highway 16 east of Starke.

the least of advantages offered to teresting courses being offered in will be heeded.County.

the ever increasing number of our languages, literature, religion,

"senior citizens" is that in addition to psychology and humanities, as well as Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor
being "here at home" these courses are computers and other technologies. They

also free of fees to all those over 60 will also begin to appreciate the ease

of Books are the only ex and convenience of taking these courses
years age. Healthful outdoor exercise feel
Garden Plot PreparationIn is too sweet, or alkaline, you mi+
without the necessity of commuting to a
pense.In ing of accomplishment, and poten- need a special fertilizer program.
distant college campus., tial savings on the family food bill I
a recent column, Peter Francese are IgOOd .reasons why more and some soils, it's'also' neceSsary: I.'tn 'summary, to have a go
;J. points out. that approximately ten As Peter Francese observes, mora folks are turning to home .toadd some kind of liming-material'/ ,.. garden;you need to prepare the s
million adults' age 25 and over, Will be "Whatever the reasons adults have for gardening. In recent articles well' before'planting at' the same 'properly. Be sure to start far enou
"hitting the books" in institutions of going back to school, there is no doubt I have been offering tips on time you turn the soil. Lime reduced ahead of planting to allow organ
higher learning this fall. that education for them is a growing in- planning a garden project. This soil acidity. Without going into a matter to decompose fairly w<
week I'll discuss soil
preparatingand chemistry lesson,lime adds calcium Turn the soil to a depth of six or eig
and will continue to be
dustry an impor-
"People continue their education past liming. to the soil and makes minor inches. And, make sure you have
tant part of many people's lives. elements more available 1 surface bef
to plants. level, finely textured
25 for reasons the writer the most physical of
Usually part
age many The most
commonly used form of If a soil test indicates lies
comments.'"Not the least of these is to Welcome, adults, to the new Santa Fe a vegetable gardening project is getting lime is dolomite. Besides calcium, planting.needed to give your garden p

obtain a better job. A recent National Community College Starke Center! whatever the soil you ready do, don't for planting.give in to But the, dolomite provides magnesium, 5the right acid level, it should be i
Center for Educational Statistics temptation to cut corners on this another important plant nutrient. V plied when you turn the soil.
But, you really should add lime
survey found three major purposes for phase of the operation. If you do a when only ext. 209
a soil test indicates the Call 964-6280 or come
Where The need
adults wanting more education. One- Refugee poor job of preparing the soil, you for it. Too much can be as bad as too your county agents office if you ha
third, over the age of 24, said they were can expect poor results from your little. If a soil test indicates your soil questions or want more Informal
garden, even if you work hard on
working toward an academic degree, Relief Money WentIn planting and cultivation. If you're

such as bachelor's or master's. In this planning a large garden, you may

education-conscious age, it is common case you're wondering where your want to rent a rototiller, or even a
for college graduates to enter the work relief dollars wind sometimes listen small tractor and plow to use in in
up ,
force and find that career advancementwill to this: backyard gardens the soil., you But,can for do small the Forestry Bradford CountyBy

be slower in comin or completely work with shovel.
a spade or
'I stifled without a master s. An internal audit recently disclosed David W. Norton Prescribed Burning Bradford Co. Forester

that Nicaraguan refugees got only a

About one-fifth of the older students tiny fraction of the $219,525 contributedon The rainy season is under way in Brad thereby increasing growth of pines, and
said they were taking vocational train- their behalf at a recent fund-raising ford County. The threat of wildfire has creased access to wooded lands.

ing for a specific occupation, such as dinner featuring a speech by President been reduced significantly. But with this The period from December to Februais
truck driving, or to obtain a license to Reagan. rain, there is renewed growth of under- the best time for prescribed burn!
practice a trade, such as plumber or brush in our woodlands. This underbrush, because weather conditions are m
electrician. "Consultants" (whoever and .r if left unchecked for long periods of time are dormant. The Di

whatever they are) pocketed more than poses a severe wildfire threat. The very sion of Forestry will assist you by plow!
Nearly half of those questioned said half the "relief" money. rain which inhibits fires, feeds forest fuels firelines or even prescribe burn your la
they were enrolled just for the satisfac- which a wildfire needs. for a nominal fee. So think ahead, a

tion of,improving their education. The The Nicaraguan Refugee Fund, which Florida had one of its worst fire seasons remember it is quite possible that if m
vast majority of these were taking non- received direct White House help in arranging ever, this past year. Many people suffered people had prescribe burned their Ian
losses the wildfires of this
financial to their woodlands, and past season woi'
credit courses for personal pleasure, the April 15 event, said costs of even their homes. Many residents in Brad- have been less destructive and easier
cultural improvement, or general the affair totaled $218,276, including ford County were extremely lucky this control.
education. But three out of ten of these $116,938 in consulting fees and $71,163 to .l year. But what about next year? One way
continuing education students said they feed the nearly 700 people at the $250 to to keep luck on your side is to prescribe Clay County Residents

were enrolled specifically to improve $500 per plate affair. burn your property on a regular basis. Urged to Mail Address

their job skills. This job-related school- Prescribed burning is the intentional set- Changes to Zoning Board
That would leave of the dinner
$1,149 of fire under
The time to begin soil preparation ting proper weather condi-
ing is especially vital in health care, benefit for the refugees.The depends to some extent on what's going tions to achieve specific land managementgoals. Due to several areas of Clay Coi
word processing, and other fields where on your,garden site now. If you Prescribed burning of woodlands recently receiving new mailing addres
technology is changing rapidly. audit followed an earlier have heavy weeds, or a cover crop every three to five years is an effective the Planning, Zoning & Building Dep:
disclosure that the refugee fund was you intend to turn under, you should way to reduce destructive wildfires by ment is unable to mail the proper lice
Sad to say, however, once people started a year ago with the secret in- start a month or six weeks before eliminating hazardous accumulated forest renewal form for 198586.
I reach the age of 45, education seems to volvement of the Nicaraguan planting. This also is the time to add fuels. Additional benefits from prescribed, Any person who has a new address or
become a thing of the past, rather than lime, if needed.If burning woodlands can include increased moved and has not received a Clay Coi
Democratic Force, the largest forage for cattle, improved wildlife License Renewal Form for building, c
a' thing to enrich life and open new U.S.-backed rebel army fighting to you've kept the garden site habitat, control of competing vegetation, trical, plumbing, mechanical, {pool,
avenues of opportunity. Only 23 percentof overthow the present government of fallow, or you plan to remove all roofing please contact the Licensing Cl
adults engaging in any kind of educa- Nicaragua vegetation, and no lime is required, Box 367, Green Cove Springs or call
tional activity were found to be 45 and you could prepare the soil and plant Commodities courthouse, 473-3711.
and four 65 and According'to the fund's internal audit within two pr three days. However,
over, only percent over. plan to work extra organic Distribution
What a pity! What a lost opportunity to the dinner's consultation costs included matter Into the soil before planting, Announced Senior

make their'' lives more exciting and $13,000 for fund raising, $9,688 for you should start two or three weeks Citizens
ahead of time. Surplus commodities including ..
meaningful publicity, $61.250 for "consultant ter-
I mination fees and $33,000 for consul- cheese, butter and rice will be
To the soil down six to distributed in Bradford this
One of the most interesting facts tant fees. prepare ,dig County
discovered about adult education is that eight inches,and turn each shovelful month on the following schedule:
completely over. If you're turning in Thursday, Sept. 19: RJE school
Others involved with the dinner said
two of enrollees s
J nearly every'three are
weeds, or a cover should building, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the '
women. Among those aged 16 to 25, half the largest consultant payment, $50,000 remove all the wood plants physically handicapped and those
) are women. In view of the fact that went to Miner & Fraser Public Affairs, material, because'it won t' decompose over age 60.Friday. .
about two-thirds' of new entrants into Inc., for organizing the fund and helping very well. Sept. 20: RJE school, 9
the labor force there the dinner.So a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
are women, no arrange .
After the soil Is turned break all Monday, Sept.23: Lawtey Recreation
wonder so many of'them are returningto that's where the refugee ."reliefmoney" clods and level with a rake. Do this Center, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
school. After years! of bearing and went. More tickets ? as soon as you can,to prevent excess S Tuesday, Sept. 24: Hampton City
rearing children at home; women retur- anyone drying of the soil, and to keep good Hall, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Come join the activities of your
soil texture. This is important, Wednesday,Sept.:25: Brooker City Senior Center: needlework,
1 r because a finely pulverized soil sur- Hall, 10 a.m. to 1:30: p.m. macrame, exercises, bingo, ect...
face will make planting easier, give Wednesday, Sept. 25: Speedville; ', The Center Is open Monday-
f you better seed germination, and Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10 Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. am
help insure a more even stand of a.m. to 1:30: p.m. located behind the new courtln:
Please bring box or bag to place
vegetable It's especially importantto 'on the corner of Grand and Georgia
T have fine textured soil when plan- commodities in. Streets. Contact Peggy Barnett

Jr. In Greek 'to mold ting small seeded crops, like car- center director, 9614-4545, for
'plattie" plastic surgery, comas from the meaning to form. \ more
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September 12, 1985 TELEGRAPH Page Ii.\

.11 Tornadoes "Satisfied" With Fall Jamboree Results

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"We were pretty well satisfied shut down the Palatka running is working out quite ,well,the The-lIne needs more work firing
with the jambOree says Head Tornado game. Palatka completed several coaches says.Defensive. off the football. The linemen are experienced -
David Hurse. short passes in front of BHS but are not attacking people
"Over-all, we were satisfied with linebackers for gains of 14, 11,6,and Secondary... as Coach Godwin wants them to.
the defensive effort," says Defensive '7 yards. BHS had the football for on- "I was not embarrassed at all in Strong guards are Keith Gill-
coordinator Mike Sexton of the ly one offensive series against the jamboree," says new defensive ingham and Gary Wise. ...
l Jamboree. The Tornadoes handled Palatka, and was moving the foot- secondary Coach Jerry Kaminski."We Strong tackles are Tommy -
two tough teams, St.Augustine and ball when the Palatka interceptioncame. did some good things." Parker. The backups are Billy Har
Palatka, pretty well, Coach Hurse It was a good learning experience, rell and Andrews Timmons, a 300
;\ admits. says Coach Kaminski. The players pounder who is improving and who
;: Although playing tough opponents, The Defense... learned some things the coaches Coach Godwin hopes to be able to
, the Tornado coaches still looked at Big question mark Coach Sexton have been telling them actually are use in special situations.
many players under actual game had on his new defensive playerswas correct. The new players got burned Weak tackle is veteran Greg 1
conditions. up the middle, the defensive some, and can learn from those er Jackson, backed up by Joel Brewer.
V In their only varsity preseason tackle and linebacker play."We rors. Parker, Jackson, and Cribbs can be :
1& competition allowed under high got excellent play1'out of the Cornerbacks are David Hamiltonand expected to play a lot of defense as _: __ ,
I school rules, the Tornadoes beat well as start offensively.
defensive tackles, especially Billy Wendall Shanes, both juniors. 'l
: ; St.Augustine 12-0 in one quarter and Harrell Sexton. The insidelinebac6r They are backed up by juniors Mike Weak guards are Chris Cribbs, Hot Pursuit...
,;I /1 lost 6-0 to Palatka. BHS drove the, play still, needs to improve Ray and Johnny Clark. who is backed up by Chris Dougherty Defenslvemen John Clark, no.5, and Billy Jackson,no. 12 converge on a
lI football 40 yards for one touchdown, but is coming along, the Rover back is senior Aaron Matthews primarily a defensive player. Palatka High running back In last Friday night's jamboree.
with running back Clinton Jenkins veteran defensive coordinator said. Matthews is backed up by Center is Danny Manning, who is
it I'I scoring on a 12 yard sweep around Sexton is staying with his 4-4 junior Greg Wiggins, primarily an backed up by Tommy Parker.
';-, right end. The second TD came defense of the past few seasons:, Right now,the team is getting real
, tl I when inside linebacker Chris Coach Sexton says: Free safety is senior Frank Long, good play out of the weak side tackle Williston I
:,. Dougherty knocked the football Weak side defensive ends Greg the starting quarterback. Long Is and guard. It is the key to BHS mov- a Tough: Team
: loose from the SA quarterback and Jackson and Dennis Cummings did a backed up on defense by senior Cory ing the football, says Coach Godwin. ..
": inside linebacker Chris Cribbs good Job in the Jamboree, Strong, who did a good job, Coach In the past 1V4 weeks a 200-pound
1 recovered it on the SA 25 yard line. Sam linebacker Lonnie Hamilton, Kaminski said.Offensive junior, Bryan Barton, is working in- Williston will be an experienced, sive Coordinator Mike Sexton.
Behind a veteran BHS offensiveline back from a serious knee injury, to the offensive guard picture. If tough and quick opponent for the Williston, 5.5 last season, has the
the Tornadoes then drove for makes a difference in the lineup. LIne. Barton continues to improve he will opening game of the 1985-season this speed to attack an opponent and
another TD, with running back Andy Hamilton can play by wearing a The veteran offensive line is ex- see some action, the coach says. Friday night, Sept. 13.} at 8 p.m. on challenge them on the corners, says
Jones going over left guard for the special$625 brace on his injured leg. mistakesby the Red Devils home told. Sexton.
to make for
pected up any BHS had to have score. There were several nice Strong side linebacker Billy the inexperienced defense, and to Offensive Backs... a Maybe the year thought
passes by veteran QB Frank Long on Jackson is turning into one of the provide leadership.So Coach David Hurse was pleasedwith Francis field goal in overtime to would be an easy game. It turned out
beat Class 2A Williston 10-7 in Starke to be a head knocker,and Coach Sex-
the short drive, with senior wideout most consistent players on the team. far that has been true, says the offensive play of quarter-
Todd McLeod catching two. At the two inside linebacker posts, Coach Jay Godwin, a 1977 BHS back Frank Long running backs last year. ,Bradford High football ton expects another tough game,
A pass slipped through McLeod's Ron Brown and Chris Dougherty graduate and former Tornado football Clinton Jenkins and Andy Jones,and coaches are expecting another especially in front of the hometown
,. \ arms and the football fell into the played the first quarter, and Gary player. For the past four years of backup fullback Greg Wigginswho tough, hard-hitting game. BHS has Williston crowd.
been reclassified 3A, but has the second Williston QB Darrell Mitchell, a
hands of Palatka back
a standing Wise and Chris Cribbs the second Godwin has coached at Buchholz played for the injured starting
about 5 yards back of McLeod. That quarter. Over-all, the four High in Gainesville.The fullback Aaron Matthews, who was of a two-game contract to go 5-7, 1651bs. senior,has good speed is
and a 15-yard pass interference linebackers did a pretty good lob. experience and leadership of out with a toe cut while mowing the with Williston. a tough runner, will call the quarter
The Red Devils back sneak and is medium to
are probably as a good
, penalty which came on a fourth "I thought we did a pretty decent the offensive line will be the key to lawn barefooted.
team the Tornado Tailback Gerald
down incomplete pass and gave the job against their running game," the success of the 1985 Tornado foot- Jenkins, a Junior, gained experience quick a as eleven short passer.
will face this have Donald senior and fullback
season. They a 5-8,165, ,
Braves first down the BHS
Coach last
a on says Sexton. season when injuries
( ball team Coach Godwin
seven yard line with 31 seconds left Players are beginning to be usedin The leadership is being says.providedby forced the then sophomore to take senior ball club, the quarterback is Robert Williams, 5-11, 160, senior
t in the quarter, led to the 6-0 Palatka two or three different positions to senior tackle Tommy Parker, over the entire runningback load fora returning, the fullback and running both have good speed.
back but have Favorite Williston receiver is
win. BHS had no time to retaliate. give the Tornadoes different combinations center Danny Manninng, and weak few games. Jenkins, forced to are new good speed pass
and quickness, according to the jamboree flanker back Doug Monroe, 5-6,140( ,
. The BHS defense mature
/ inexperienced and more depth. The plan tackle Greg Jackson, all lettermen. quickly, came through. scouting report. senior.

Williston runs the same 4-4 Williston has some good size on the
w defense as the Tornadoes, except offensive line in center Charlie Herring
Williston plays a man-to-man 5-10, 232, senior; tackle Adel
+ BHS Girls Volleyball Opens September 17th defense in the secondary where BHS Aqui, 5-11; guard Scott Adams, 5-9,
uses a zone. Williston runs from the 190, senior, tackle Marty Starnes,
I-formation, as do the Tornadoes. 5-7, 180, junior, and wideout Trace
J ': Bradford High School Girl's Starling will also see a lot of action, Rowd, and Amy Packham. Matches will be played on Mon- Each should be familiar with the English, 6-0, 170, senior. Guard
; Volleyball teams open their season on both the varsity and Diggs said she is proud of the fact day, Tuesday, and Thursday even- play of the other team, and it will Brantley Geiger, 5-9, 160, senior, is
Monday,Sept. 17 against Gainesville junior varsity teams. that no one wants to be a bench ings. come down to personnel!( says Coach smaller but tough.
High School. Marcie Brown and Tangela Pitt- warmer, and the girls are all work- There is no charge for admissionto Hurse. Most of the Red Devils go two
, Coach Inez Diggs says she expectsone man will also see action on both the ing hard for starting positions.She home matches, and Coach Diggs The trapping running plays are ways. The inside linebackers, for instance -
I' of the best seasons ever this varsity and junior varsity. Diggs said everyone will see action, encourages everyone to get more involved the bread and butter of the Red are offensive guard Geiger
year, and even more improvementin said they will be alternated for their in an effort to build strength and ex- in. the volleyball' program... Devil offense, points out BHS Defen and running back Gerald Donald
coming years, due to increased in- strong serving. perience for future years. ,
terest in the sport. Diggs named as potential startersfor
\ Three starters, Bridget Skeen, the J-V, Brenda Skeen, Carrie Matches Longer...
I'"( Valerie McCloud, and Latasha Lind- Shaw, Marcie Brown, Susan Due to a rules change vollyball
sey, will return from last year's Crawford, Wendy Strickland, and matches will last longer this year.
team. They'll be joined by Shawn Tricia Jones. Junior varsity matches will be the
Butler, Janet Kennedy, and Amy Also seeing action will be Julie best of 3 games, and varsity mat- Public NoticeNotice
Williams, moving up. from last Flowers, Allyson Thompson, ches will be the best of 5 games. In
year's JV.Diggs Tan ela Pittman, Nicole Clark,Lisa the past, the varsity played the best
, :said Unissa King and Ann Adkins, Kimberly Adams, Elizabeth of 3.

of Budget Hearing

o Scoggins Takes First at Fun RunIt

Federal Revenue Sharing
1 Jaycees, Sunshine Industries la-lt 1)Mlka Schlnced,I) Douglet Wilton. .
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the women Beach and was Craig number Harms one of for Neptune the- the coaches Starke George Police Loper Department and ,Jerry BHS Frailer.SOplun 4>-..1)1)Jon Frank Allan Comatt 2) Stan,2)Scarlet Marvin Mollnow I) frank The City of Starke has tentatively adopted a budgetfor

men in Saturday's 10,000 meter McGriff as well as volunteers from 3) Frank Martin.Women's. make FINAL
to a
Starke Fun Run. Lawtey C.I.Race 1-Mile: Fiscal Year 1986. A public hearing

Striders Kline, who Track runs Club with, finished the Florida in Results... Overall Lori Sapp. DECISION on the budget will be held on September 17,
41-minutes and 53 seconds to take 11-llt Romana Tennant.la35
,the trophy as overall top female. Women',10K: Bdenllold.. II Kelly Jackson II Chrliiy Anders,IILlllle 1985 at Starke City Hall at 7:30: p.m. The following is a

Harms crossed the line in 34:59 for Overall Cindy Kiln".53. 10-11 l 1)Joy Teuton.1) Cindy Griffith Snail
his overall men's win. jo-Jf Age Group. 1) Menu Attreutkei, 2) II Kerry Baker. of The of Starke Budget for the Fiscal
Sub II Kathy
Last year's women's winner was K.thy King I) Llie C rt r. ;, 10-31 1) Donlta Burke 2) Jean summary
30-31 !> Connl. Colt 2) Denlt Burn*. 3) Sernrlck.
Lisa Carter in 50:59. The men's waders 40-plun. II Anna Clayton, 1} Ivlt Causey. 30 1986.
f champ was Jerry Heflin in 36:11.: 40-pluit II Bitty Connette 2) India Henley. Men's 1-Mile: Year Ending September ,
In the one-mile, it was Lori Sapp Men's 10K...
who took home her third trophy in Overall Cam Ward.
including 13 end undtri 11 M.ury Lang. 11-tli. 1}Mike McElroy II Larry Orion Jr.,3)
5:34: the top time of the day -
14."i I)Oeorae Rodney,2) Tim Slattr. Jeremiah Johnson. Total of Federal RevenueAll
8 the men. Lori runs for Brad- JO-JSt DJ.rry Heller 2) Vine Kalatar 3) II'*' I) Robert Alvarei. Category
ford High Shool: and was pushed by 7J : 1) Jamu Duncan,It_Donnle Orlltltti.
secondat WII1jemCoo",er......--' -- -, .. .. Funds Sharing Funds
Kellv Jackson who finished ,""-. -
5:38.: Tops for the men was Cam I
Ward, 14, in a time of 5:49.:
J Youngest runner was Emily Revenue
: Myers, who at 2Vi went the mile. .. COX APPLIANCES
.1 I She is from Graham. The most General Fund 1,282,550
senior was Ray Maxwell, 64, from
I Branford who took on the main 10K & AIR CONDITIONING Self Insurance 46,000

event.The run Is put on every year to I I 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box) Transportation Trust 255,783
benefit the Bradford Area Retarded Internal Service Fund 169,825
Citizens with $660 being raised this 964-7462

year.trophies 120 and runners fame this-competed year. for Open 9-6 |WE HAVE MOVED I Federal Revenue Sharing 76,500 76,500

Post race activities centered on .. Utility System Revenue Fund
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where the Big Orange Horse Singers itaol Electricnzr' Including Renewal & Replacement
entertained. Antique cars were on
display as well, courtesy of the RangeModel
Gainesville Antique Car Associa '7.192.753 76,500
Total Revenue Including
tion.Sponsored by the CommunityBank -t RF3165XP
and the Bradford County featuring Wh] < 01 ,
Telegraph, the event is helped by automatic I Expenditures
area volunteers. Joining in the effort -
this year were Keystone Heights clock TIMER"Tr tJARr General FundAdministrative


fo$479e8 In Bradford. Fire 168,440

Police 419,088
G 'Tourney Was '914" 120,476
Two B:two 6"high-speed,plug-In surface units Recreation

Set Sept. 28, 29 Custom Oven window Broil and Control oven Chrome light Full-width reflector storage bowls Sanitation & Trash 218,328 1,282,550 35.717

.. drawer with Literature Pac Balanced Cooking 46,000
The annual Starke Golf and Coun- System. Self Insurance
try Club Championship Tournamentwill Transportation Trust 255,783 40,783
be held September 28 and 29. r.
Club Pro Herb Herres says en- a Internal Service 169,825
trants can play with whomever they ,
tti'iG 76,500
like both days.In Federal Revenue Sharing ; ,. .
with the tournament \ & 'j'
conjunction Fund \ \
there will be a fish fry for all Utility ,System Revenue ,-

at members 7 p.m. and their spouses Sept. 28 s including Renewal & Replacement 5.362.095

The club will furnish the food, so Makes Easier
just bring yourselves. : tI
,.. $ 'rr 7,192,753 76,500The
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Rooms *,

To Rent meeting will be held for the purpose of discussion on the proposed tentative

*Weekly Monthly budget. The proposed tentative budget may be examined on weekdays at City Hall
the Night
Located By by between the hoursof 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. All Interested citizens will have the

itarke Post Office 4 opportunity to give written and oral comment. Senior Citizens are encouraged to attend

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l'i\1 Sandra Tompkins and Mickey Dempsey Wed, ,, Aug. 3 in Grace; Methodist' ... ..n'A"ChurchMiss

Sandra Tompkins, daughter were marked with white satin bows. pklns, the bride's nephew, wag ring 'green ivy and white lace.A .
of Kev. and Mrs. James T. Tom- Lisa Kelly, pianist and Bill bearer. reception was held in the
pkins of Starke and Mickey W McRae, soloist, presented a pro The bride, given in marriage by Fellowship Hall which was
Dempsey of Branford son of the late gram of nuptial music. her brother, Jim Tompkins, wore'a highlighted with potted plants. 'r, yt
William J. Dempsey and Mrs. Jamie Slocum served as best man. superior design and elegant gown Becky Dunlap kept the bride's book.
Vashtie! 4. Dempsey, were united In Ushers were Wayne Smith, Jurian featuring a jeweled venice lace The bride's cake was encircled
marriage on Saturday, Al*.'3, at 7 Wolfe, Charles Hodge and Robert bodice and a sheer yoke In front ex- with flowers and fern. Cutting the
in Grace Methodist Church inLawtey. Fletcher. tending to a sheer back with jeweled cake were Myrna Lou Hurst and
p.m. with Rev. James T. Tom- Jan Tompkins served her sister as venice lace appliqued. A split Julia Riplinger.The punch table was
pkins performing the nuptials.Two maid of honor. Attendants were neckline with venice lace trim,leg-o- decorated with fresh flowers and
standing baskets on either Meriem Carver, Linda Bennett, mutton sleeves with chantilly lace ferns.
side of the altar held white gladiolus, Cherry Wolfe and Jennifer Henderson. and jeweled venice lace applique Assisting were Joyce Norman,
mums and poms.Centering the altar .They were attired alike in capri comes to a point at the waist. As Virginia Walkup,Arlette Love,Dena
was an arch candelabra with burn- aqua gowns of taffeta, floor length chantilly lace bands and applique Fletcher, Jana Slocum, Cana .
ing tapers flanked on either side and off shoulder with full skirts accented join the skirt and chantilly lace Schmidt, Shelley Priest, Laura s .
with large boston ferns on pedestals.On with cumberbund sashes. flounce hem comes around to make LeFevre and Susan Selfe. .. .: .,.
either side of the altar were They wore sprigs of baby breath and lace piers on the back chapel length Following a wedding trip to the ,. r
spiral candelabras with burning off white lace in their hair. They carried train. She wore a Juliette cap with Blue Ridge Mountains, the couple is 1'"t." t
Throughout the church the fans with silk asters, tiger lilies chantilly lace appliques, seed pearls residing in Branford.The 0:, ., .
tapers. \
k pulpits were accented with ferns. and greenery with apricot accent. and waist length veil. She carried a groom is a teacher-coach at .. e r w ; ,
The vestibule table held an arrange- Kerri Selfe, the groom's niece, solid white silk cascade of roses, Branford High School. ; "t4 1' I ," -
ment of all white flowers. The.pews was flower girl and Joshua Tom- azaleas, stephanotis, seed pearls, ..... ." ,

I of Patriotic MusicThe .....'". .." ] '"'
Church Choir Present Program ,"l'.tr ,

Also performing as special guests Howard Hanson, a major 20th Cen- Repertory Chorale.
Adult Choir of the First United will be the Starke Repertory Chorale tury work with text by Walt Whit- This concert is part of the "Faithin
Methodist Church of Starke will per- under the direction of Don Hardy. man. Other patriotic anthems will the Arts" series of the First
form a program of selected anthemsand The 40-volce church choir include "Baltic Hymn of the United Methodist Church, and can
-patriotic music this Sunday, directed by Bill McRae will perform Republic" "American Trilogy," be seen live on Cable TV Channel 5 in
St-pt. 15, at *.36 p.m. in the church "Song of Democracy" by and "America" performed by the Starke Sunday,Sept.15,at 7:30 p.m.

I The Tullie Normans Celebrate 65th Anniversary .. .'
children, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nor- After dinner a twin-heart anniversary children and great grandchildren.Out '"
Tullie Norman were
Mr. and Mrs. man, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and cake baked and decorated by of town guests were Mr. and
their 65th wedding anniversary
honored on 7, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers at the their granddaughter, was served. Mrs. David Byers and family of
evening Sept. t"
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. "r" .
229-A. were grand-
cook-out given by their home of the latter on CR Others attending J
with a family Horace Redding of Lawtey.
Lunch BunchTo
Meet Sept. 13
Deborah D. Hart,
A covered dish luncheon will be Hospital AuxiliaryTo i
I Thomas Beard held Friday, Sept. 13 at 12 noon at 16 L
To Wed Oct. 5 the First Presbyterian Church. Meet Sept. __
The Rev. Jerry Patton will be Uw A program by Edward C. Peddie, --
Homer F. Hart and Mrs. Shirley speaker. president of the Santa Fe Health Mr.and Mrs.Mickey Dempsey
Stalvey announce the engagementand Care Systems, will be the guest
approaching marriage of their Senior Citizens speaker at the Hospital Auxiliary
Deborah Denise, to
dutch-treat dinner/meeting on
Thomas Malcolm Beard son of Sen. Hold CookoutThe day night, Sept. 16, at 6:30: p.m. at o
and Mrs. Malcolm Beard of Seffner. Bradford Senior Citizens Club the Western Steer Steakhouse. The First United Methodist Church Choir
The bride-elect is a 1980 graduateof held a cookout recently at the Henry All members and prospective
Union County High School and is Bedford Lake. pr.i.nti
Easterling home on members are invited to attend.
F employed with the Florida National Thirty members enjoyed the good
Guard and is presently attending food and fellowship.
Song of Democracyby
Santa Fe Community College.Mr. .
Beard graduated from H. B.
Plant High School; he received a Howard Hanson
I B.S. Degree from Florida State
Social Side Text Walt Whitman
University and a masters degree .Club News by
fi from the University of Florida.He is
presently employed at Clay Elec- 7 Notices And Other Patriotic Anthems
Church Items
of trieNews

tric.The wedding is planned for Satur- Sunday Evening Sept. 15
day,Oct.5 I at 6 the Community ,
Deborah Hart Church in Keystone Heights witha WeddingsReceptions
Tom Beard reception following at the home of 7:30 p.m.
the bride and groom on Little Santa
Parties In Th.Church Sanctuary
Fe Lake. Gladys Mooty
All friends and relatives are In- 964-7608 Special Guest: Starke Repertory Chorale
vited to attend.



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Kingsley Lake Baptist Church wife Donna have a son, Eddie,and Seminary in feel a deep burden for the needs Aug. 25. About his new church he
has called Rev Ed Kirkland as their are expecting another child in The family today", says Rev. says, "We are very happy to be here
pastor February.Ed Jacksonville "and believe that a church and the people have gone out of their
Rev. Kirkland comes from the holds a Bachelor of Science and consider do all it can to strengthen the way to make us feel welcomed. Godis
Lakeland Baptist Church in the from the Arlington Baptist Collegein Church of unit." going to do some new and exciting
Dallas area, where he was the Arlington, Texas. He also holds a church. Ed Kirkland and his family things here at Kingsley Lake in the
Minister to Young Adult Families Master of Divinity degree from the December by their new ministry at very near future just come and r
for the past three years. Ed and his Southwestern Baptist Theological Jacksonville. Lake Baptist on Sunday. see."


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David L. Dodge of Starke, Gina Rasnick,daughter of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J, B. Green enter-
associated with Outlaw Realty, has Mrs. Charles Rasnick, Starke, was
Mrs L H, Gibson spent last been awarded the highest profes-- family of the members of St. Mark's among the 127 students to receive
weekend with her son and his wife, sional designation granted by the weekend with and Fr. Gilbert Crosby with a degrees In summer commencement
Mr and Mrs. Gerry Gibson in Mer- National Association of Master Appraisers Mrs. Olin dinner at their home in ceremonies at Harding University, o. r'
ritt Island, Fl. according to Dr Marvin T. tion at Sanibel Heights on Wednesday Ark., on Aug 16. She received the "' ,
Deane, the National President.m.mmm.mmmmmmm..uuuuuu..u..u.. evening of last week bachelor of arts degree with a majorin .
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I ill Name Did You Know

Mrs. Fninklyn eisgcrhcr: and
!Mrs Herbert Thomas attended the
Founders Day Luncheon of the
Duval County Presidents Council'
United Daughters/ of the Confederacy
which was held last F'I'ida\'
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE at the Ramada Inn at Mandarin

I Sale prices good thru sat.. Sept. 14th. week Mike with King his of mother Leesburg! Mrs spent.iloii.i Ins!

We reserve the right to limit quantities. 4 King

Come In & pick up our 4-page sale circular with over 100 more Items on sale.
Sheni E. Norman, who gl'adu.w'cI
from University Hospital of

IUI; Technology training program on ,July -
t I I I I 12 has passed her state and ni
.,- i Bmeh.on I I 11 I II I I III tional boards. Shein is nma
1 1 registered pathologic 'technologist!::" '
m ouch 1 1 I I 1 I with the American registry:: of
r 1 1 I I I I I radiologic technologist CGow IV I J I I 1 1 I 1'I and the state of Florida She I is
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I r 1 employed at the Lake ('IIY\
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II II II II.1 1I Center in Lake City

Brad and Sharon Locke ol 1\\1,1'
1 ,ow''' I I II Worth were overnight guests 'luisday
I I 1 I 1 4Y R 1 1 1 of last week of their aunts: MI.
1 1 I 0 Carolyn Hedgiave and Mrs Edo i
Wells while em'out e home tiom
SELECTED I I 11 1 1 1 1 It ,l i? -I I Wilmore Ky.. where they had ,talon;
I I I I I I I 1I their son, Dale Locke to Ashui: .

1 O 0 OFF I I I I 11 11 1I Mr and M , 11 11 II g II 1 her mOlhl'r1 s Nell 1'ipkin in
I Bonifay Tuesday to Snmla) 't'hey ,il-
REGULAR I I 1 1 I I TIDE CHEER I tended the buthday\ of her grandmother .
/ 1 Selection PRICE may vary I I Co BARBASOL GATE or 11.01. I I 46 542.-0 CElW REG. Limit 2 I I 42-02. or FAA 49-02. 1 1 4PK.kcoupon t-or'D". I Mrs View Watkins und!

Good Thru Sat. sept, 14th.J L coupon Good Thru Sat SeptiathJ I Coupon Good Thru Sat sept 14th.J L Coupon Good Thru Sat, Sept, 14th.J Lcoupon Good Thru Sat Sept 14th JPRIC6" family reunion on Saturday.

Mrs G J. Mcdrill, Sr, returned
Wednesday of last week altei two
weeks visit with her\ son and famih .
ENN Mr and Mrs Patrick. MiUiiU in
9 PMi Milwaukee! Wis.
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,.... N PMS ++ rct, +sl Gene and Martha Kike ot North
Miami are visiting harry. and
do JJ Mildred Fcrtigj .

+ .j '.>itu>e .f"itwn oul-ul-tottii ..Hooding
'. R CULAA '1 g w 'PURE SHAMPOO PREMESYN PMS f JERCENS PEPSI-COLA the funeral of Kobhie Shaller on
1P LIPSTICKOFF ql, 1O.1-02. 1 .99 99 10S-OZ. WHITE.! 1 .09 2-LITER Limit 2 TllIev/1\11'' and Mrs Ogden Half
Limit 1 rebate YELLOW Or BEIGE and Steven Tillc> all of JaiK) m
ville Robin Osboim-ol Oilundo); Mi
and Mrs, Edgar Gunter and
daughters iiame and l\1arll1ol of
Melbourne, C'uilhilf, ,JI. of.
Miami and Mi and Mis Bill Hen:
YVIh (true of Flirt While

Tom and Barbara Nml of Kingslcv
a:1' l' Lake had as visitors Pan and Gram
.,,....r I GI4 I Gomez and children Danny and Tina;
from Longmont, Colorado, along
/ with George Nail from Jacksonville.
David :
3 FOR and John '
16-OZ 2.00. FOAM KIT SHADOW BOX OF 1030CALLON 1 .00 LIGHTERS Dan Gomewas seriously wounded \
NM; |
at the same time that Bobby
was killed in Vietnam
_Genuue(1 Mr and Mrs: Ted 11 Slilley 01 l
1 \ Jacksonville were with 11ancl Mrs
R C. Buford on Wednesday ol l.t.1 i

f \ week.

Sherri !Noiman; was the guest t ni
ewrtirraywhslwo ."u! w Monique Gravel ol Montna!
,. Canada from July 21 to Aug. 6. While
in Canada both girls traveled If.
2.29 HAIR COLOR 3 99 BOTTLE OF 200 99 C DISH CLOTH O 88 AC/DC CASSETTE! 1 0 88 i With KNIFE / City, Ole :Montreal Racoon
RINSE Limit 2 :3-PACK I O. RECORDER 1600 SHARPENER .786 Ste-Adele, a trip through the
9 SHADES Reg. 1.49 Reg. 24.99 Lachame mountains and a cruisedown
the Sl. Lawrence Hi ver. While
in Canada Shein staved with the
parents of Monique Mr and Mrs
0 f Yvon Gravel Shorn is the daughter!
curadut of Mr and Mrs Marcus! Norman oi

speed % "o ass't Starke

Mlady Cub Pack 673

speed stkk Has Swim Party

-...... Pack 673 of Starke Elementary
/ had a summer-ending pool party+ .it
the Erono Lodge recently
1 7CPLASTIC 88.88 4.88 18.88 Punch was served to J'< 1\:
STICK 15-OZ. Reg. 5.99 CAMERA BAG 10.99 Flanger,Stephen and B'njll\Iv ph.' ,
Ja.on Woods, Johnny and HI' hard
Walker and Charles Woods Abu i attending -
were Mrs Helen Mum phy
Mrs. Ann Woods and Mrs: Maria

Douglas Reunion

Sunday, Sept. 15

The Douglas reunion will be held
Sunday, Sept. 15 in the Recreation
Center, Lake Buller.Registration .
starts at 10 a.m.,
S.99 Reg. 10.99 Reg. 29.99 HIBACHI .99 #31469AlFAN business lunch meeting at 1 12 noon. picnic -
All family members and friendsare
invited and bring a picnic lunch.
i Save $1.75 on PHOTOPROCESSING.

Squibb-Novo Insulin

Attention Dlabetlcsl Now you can save $173 on Squibb.Novo Insulin at Eckerd. .rj 1_] WE GUARANTEE IT! The re'h'alIlh COHKIXTION Elder: Early
Stop by today and let your Eckerd pharmacist help you In the selection of the
Squibb-Novo Insulin that best fits your needs And then take advantage of the wouldn Brown of St. Augustine ..1.... will beheld
$175 rebate coupon available to you,At Eckerd. we care about your good SM flit rtllow pagn tar Eckerd know that; if you didn't core about the picture you onlJtrrotab at the First nom Church of the-
health ttM Idisrd Martft foul lake me shot Ihort why wa give you Iwo photo guoronteel have Living God in Lincoln City.
35" and> System 2 H you aren'I t happy with your print, you don'tpay free 1 The revival will be Sept. l 1I-5.: (all.
ptomhed. Ihey-r*
to tom, Mil N punts arent
Union Meetingin
mm to Eckerd Journing for District
to. II you cared erJough to take th. Fckerd the { Jacksonville Sept. 2B-28), resuming
On* drugstore It better than the rest on Sfpl. 30 "until the Lord say it

,i Iii enough.", Services will be nightlyat
7:30 p.m.

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. I i Items of Interest ;:,;:: ; ' ; I, Hampton: ,

rJ'1 ,.,! "(?V / ''OUN''I''IG' : .
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I I, S Iv';,' .. ," Personal gifts were given to theTt-l: :; .t. ,'. ,' I'
Altar Society ; tendants by the bride and grooM' Ani' : \. :

4H'ersRecognized. .:,' ; St. Edward's Altar Society held a during, the evening. WI<, >I..f IIi lites.
( .
meeting in the parish hall Tuesday ,

At Banquet night, Sept. 3, with the president, Club 'Clinton David Williams I
Singles Phillip Edwin Sellers
Elois Carol Jones Ashline presiding.and Toni! Coss have To Meet Sept. 20 II! Mr.:and Mrs. Thomas H. Williamsof Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie E. Sellers of By Dolores Mng I

57 Bradford County 4-ll'ers were altar care during September.Plans Tallahassee announce the birth ofa Starke announce the birth of a son, Phone 468-1915
recently recognized at their annual were made for the Annual All singles and singles again are son, Clinton David, born Sept. 1, at Phillip Edwin, born Aug. 23 in
achievement banquet for their' St. Edward's Parish Bazaar invited to a cookout Sept. 20 at 6:30: Tallahassee Community Hospital.Maternal Humana Hospital. He joins two; Condolence
outstanding project work as some 90 scheduled for Nov 1 in the parish p.m. at First Baptist at the corner of grandparents are Mr. sisters, Stephanie Gay, age 9, and Sympathy is extended to the family '
persons looked on. County medals Clark and Jefferson Streets. and Mrs. David W. Cage of Emily Dawn, age 5. and friends of Mrs. Lillian Lauree

were presented to the top blue rib- hall.Father Joseph Finlay pastor, in- Please call the office of the First Gainesville. Paternal grandparentsare Maternal grandparents are Mr,' Hall who died Sept. 8 at North I
bon winners. vited participation of women in Baptist Church of Starke for more Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams of and Mrs. Arlen Gay of Jacksonville; Florida Regional Hospital. I

Swine project medals, sponsoredby answering questions regarding their details. After 5:30: p.m. call Doris Starke. Great grandparents are Mr. great grandfather, W. J. Eppersonof Borne I
the J Starke and great grandmother, Mrs. Ina will be honored
Annette Balkcom, Lisa Mosely later be incorporated in theBishop's phone is !964-6562. : Ohio; Mrs. Ruth Holland, Micanopy, Mrs. Marshall Gay of Starke. Paternal with an Open House Party at her
Lori Mosely, and Melissa Keichert. Pastoral Letter. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Biggam. grandparents are Mr..and Mrs.E. new home on SR 18 in Hampton
Recreation project medals, sponsored Bette Smith was introduced as a Santa Barbara, Ca.; and Mr. and C. Sellers of Starke. Saturday, Sept. 14. Friends are in-
by Florida 4-H foundation, guest at the meeting. Pauline Heather Sellers Mrs. Morris B. Williams, Merritt vited to call between the hours of 6-9
went to Jeremy Hildebrand and Lori Island, Fla., p.m.
Oeschger was the winner of the raffle -
Wins Baby Crown Back from Vacation
Mosely. Horse project medals, spon-
sored by the American Quarter Refreshments prize were srved following Heather Christine Sellers, 22 Brothers Lunch Menus Mrs. Bette Smith and Mrs. Marta
Twin McMurtree have returned home
Horse Association went to Lisa the meeting by the hostesses An- month old daughter of Dale and Kim
Brandon Collins Grif fls following a six weeks auto to the
Mosely and Penny Sellars. The Bradford Elem.&Middle School'Monday. trip
toinette Stefanelli and Pauline Sellers of Lawtey, was crowned '
Public Speaking project medal at the Holiday Pageant William Gerad GrifHs !!fopl. IS. : Salisbury Steak,rice,gravy, New England'States.
Oeschger. Baby Queen ,
sponsored by Union Oil Company of Danny and Louette Griffis of mustard greens, peaches, cornbread milk. Mrs. Smith spent several weeks
The On display during the evening wasa held Saturday, August 17 at the Civic Starke announce the birth of twin Tueiday. Sept, 17: Spaghetti w/meat sauce with her son and family, Mr. and
California, went to Lisa Mosely. doll house handcrafted by Bill Center in High Springs. 3 in Shands Hospital. cheese stlx, garden salad, fruit, hot rolls milk.
Dairy Foods project medal, spon- Oeschger. This item is to be given Honors included a trophy, crown, boys born Sept. Wednesday Srpt. Id: Cheese toast, french fries, Mrs. Richard Smith young Richard '
sored by the Carnation Company and her fee to They Join a brother, Daniel Griffis, cole slaw, peach crisp, milk. and Jeffrey in Wilmington,. Ver-
the bazaar. banner beauty paid
went to Lori Mosely and Anita away during 11, age 1.Maternal. Thursday Srpt. .1: Tuna salad on lettuce mont. They did sight-seeing and
the 1986 State Finals. saltlnes, beans, fruit cinnamon rolls
grandparents are Mr. green cup visiting also in Burlington, New
Black. The Beef project medal Heather is the granddaughter of milk.
sponsored by the Florida Catlemen's and Carol of Starke and Mrs. Edwin Johns of Starke. Friday'Sept 20: Chicken rice, cheese stlx, Hampshire and New Jersey. On the
Association, went to Andy Smith. Glen Polks to and Charles Ronnie and Carolyn Boyer Sellers of Paternal grandparents are Mrs. mixed: vegetables, applesauce, biscuit 4 honey, way home they visited Cape '
of milk.
Celebrate 25thAnniversary Pauline Griffis and Kling Griffis Hateras, N.J.
Lawtey. Starke. Mrs. Smith enjoyed a previous trip
Singles PartyAt to Vermont where she visited

Kingsley Lake House celebrating the 25th COMMUNITY NEWSBy Maternal great, great grandmother Bradford High School relatives and friends in the area.
wedding of Mr. and _is Mrs. Dora Taylor.COKUECT1ON Red Terry had an interesting deep
There will be a party for all singlesin anniversary Elizabeth G.Walker sea fishing experience with friends
Glen Polk will be held Sunday Monday. Sept.! 18: Sloppy Joe on bun, french
Mrs. 9G4-C683
North Florida at Kingsley Lake fries, peaches, chocolate cake, milk. over the weekend.
Camp Blanding Officers Club on Sept. 15 at the United Methodist Dell Chapter 168 will meet Thurs- Tuesday Sept! 17i Hamburger gravy mashed Birthdays
Church Fellowship Hall, from 2-4 12 at the Mason Hall on potatoes, green beans, coconut cake, hot rolls,
I f Saturday, Sept. 14 from 2 p.m. to 11 day, Sept. milk. Sept. 9, Terri Kennan; Sept. 11,
p.m.All Brownlee Street at 7:30: p.m. All WrdnrxUy Sept! 18: Chicken rice, cheese Tammy Peeples and Amanda
p.m.All singles, 21 and over, are In- friends and relatives are cor- members are asked to attend since Because of incorrect information stlx, mixed vegetables fruit cup, biscuits, milk. Meng; Edward Baker;
vited to come and enjoy the dially invited to attend. business of vital importance will be supplied last week, the following Thursday Srpt. IBi Fish nuggets, french fries, Sept. 13, Shawn Muse and Laurel
cole slaw'
cinnamon roll, milk.
festivities. The Jacksonville Singles transacted.Mt. Kristal Sellers Birth Announcementis Friday Sept. 20: Pizza buttered com, garden Sanford; Sept. 14, Mindy Beville.
Social Club will sponsor the outing, The Herbert Greens Calvary Baptist being rerun. salad, fruit Jello, cookie milk. Hampton ElementaryPTA
j Joan Moriarty is the President. The Gospel Holy Light Singers will Meeting

I Special activities will be enjoyed, Give Buffet Party sing at Mt. Calvary Baptist Churchon Krlstal Ann Sellers ALACARTEMonday.French On Thursday night, Sept.' 5, Prin-

such as swimming, fishing, boating For Wedding Couple Sunday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dale Sellers cipal Connie Clark welcomed a large
I I (bring your own boat), water skiing The public is invited to attend. of Lawtey announce the birth of a cheeseburgers, pizza fries milkshakes., orange juice group of parents to the PTA Meetingand
volleyball, tennis, dancing and Mr and Mrs. Herbert Green, Sr., Sponsored by Deacon Hampton. daughter, Kristal Ann, born Aug. 27 Tueiday-Chlcken nuggets, corndogs, french introduced teachers and school
many other social activities; Dinner entertained Friday night, Sept. 6, Rev. Alphonso Jenkins Pastor. in Alachua General Hospital. She fries, milkshakes orange juice personnel.
will be served from 5-6 p.m. Dancingwill with a buffet party for their son joins a sister, Heather Christine,age Wednesday-Hamburgers, french tries, pizza, Debbie Donnerstag presided as

be enjoyed from 7.11 p.m., Herbert, Jr., and his fiance, April Airman T.D. Nugent 22 months. orange Thurtday-Corndogs juice, milkshakes., french fries, pizza president. Other officers present

BYOL, set-ups are furnished.Ltc. Rooney, following the couple's wed- Stationed in San Diego Maternal grandparents are Mr. milkshakes,orange juice. were Sallye Scoggins and Debbie
I J. Paul Crews (Retired) of ding rehearsal at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyer of Starke. Friday-French fries, hamburgers, fish nuggets Broome.

Lake City and Ordy Greenly of and Mrs. Ronald Hildreth, Deer- Navy Airman Apprentice TimothyD. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Hilda Each milkshakes day students,orange have juice.a choice of a hot lunchor Plans were outlined for the Hallo-
Lawtey are in charge of all ar- wood Subdivision. Nugent, son of Carol A. and Paul Nestor of Gainesville and Mr. and salad barer they may purchase a-la-carte. ween Carnival scheduled for Nov. 2.
j, I rangements for this big event. The buffet table was covered witha C.-Nugent Jr., of Starke, has completed Mrs. Charles Boyer of Tamaqua, Volunteers will be needed and
I All Singles in the North Florida candlelight damask cloth centered recruit training at San Diego. another planning meeting will be

area are invited to attend and enjoy with an arrangement of pink, Nugent's studies included Pa.Paternal grandparents are Mr. Pvt. N.C. Stahler held in the near future.
this special party. A good time for fuschia and lavender silk flowers. seamanship, close order drill, Naval and Mrs. Ronnie, L. Sellers of Following the meeting parents
all is the Club's guarantee. A good Guests included the bride and history and first aid. Personnel who Lawtey. Great-grandparents are Completes Training visited teachers in classrooms.

"Gator" football listening party will groom, their immediatfamilies complete this course of instructionare Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Layden of Army Private Neal C.: Stahler.-son. Refreshments were served by fifth
be enjoyed during this same period. and wedding party and the bride's eligible for three hours of college Callahan and Mr. and Mrs. John of Jean G. Hardee and stepson of graders.
Come and listen and enjoy the SEC grandmother, Mrs. Anna Rooney credit in physical education and Davis of Jacksonville. Claude B. Hardee of Starke has
Champs beat'up their opponents.Call from New Orleans. Mrs. Linda hygiend.A ,
the Singles Hot Line 642-5123 in Johns and Mrs. Dale Wilcox, sister 1985 graduate of Bradford High completed an Army artillery repair Je Ab"
at Aberdeen
Jacksonville for more information. cf the groom assisted in serving. t School, he joined the Navy in ,Md.course Proving Ground, .

November, 1984.
He is a 1985 graduate of Bradford ome people once
. Legal Notices High School. thought they could ensure

an abundant crop by put-
LAKE WOOD Schools' Administrative/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT miscellaneoushousehold dressed to LAWTEY CITY ., ting a leafy branch in the
IMPROVEMENT Offices' 582 N. Temple/ FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. goods by C & CLERK. P. O. Drawer G. } furrows of the corn field.Summer .
ASSOCIATION Avenue, Starke, Florida. FLORIDA PROBATE C STORAGE 1642.. S. Lowtey Fla. 32058. and .'. I
Copies of this/ proposed DIVISIONFile Walnut Street Starke, mailed by September 24. ', .: ,: t\)\ \ T T T TTTTY TYT T TTT
INVITATION Amendment may be Number 85.83-DP Fla., 964-8848. 1985. < .' ,;. '" '\ ; I<.. ,
!. TO BID obtained at the Division 1.3663 9/12 2tchg 9/19; hchg 9/1' u ., ".Q, .
-Superintendent's Of- IN RE Estate of :J' :, ," .:';, J. Ii";..'.. ""2" : .. ".as '
Sealed,; proposals will fieri, be/ween 7:30 a.m. FRANZ DEKEYZER r rIN ,
be received by the President and 4 30 p.m., Monday Deceased. .
of lakewood Improvement through Friday. NOTICE OF NOTICE Natchez
ThIs Is In compliancewith /
Notice is hereby given .
at Thomas Realty Office, the Florida Statutes' administration of that on Monday Sept. COUNTY r

621 N. Walnut St., Chapter (20.54 as the estate of Franz 23, 1985 at 10:00 a.m., CIVIL ACTION I Trace
Starke, Florida 32091 until enacted by the 1974 DeKeyzer deceased the undersigned, GATOR 85.357
Case No.
7 p.m. on Sunday Florida Legislature' File Number 85-83-DP Is FREIGHTWAYS, INC. ,
September 13, 198S at JIM DUNCAN pending In the Circuit will sell at public auctionfor INDERPAL S. BASSI t Husband SPORTSWEARDRASTICALLY
which time and place SUPERINTENDENT Court for Bradford County cash at 2600 Lloyd ',
they will be publicly BRADFORD COUNTY Florida Probate Division Rd., Jacksonville Fla., and Leftover baked potatoes
opened and read aloud. SCHOOLS the address of lot of batteries
one con MANJEET K. 8HAGRATH, can be reheated: if they're
The proposals will be 9/5 2tchg 9//2 which Is Probate Clerk, signed to DURACELL- I.
based on furnishing all Circuit Court, Bradford U.S.A., Jacksonville, dipped i In'hot water REDUCED

materials, equipmentand County Courthouse Fla., to satisfy freight NOTICE OF SUIT and baked againIn .
labor for the con NOTICENofce Starke, Florida 32091. and storage charges ,
struction of a boat ramp Is hereby given The names and addresses under the provisions of NO PROPERTYTO a moderate oven. Last Week!
and pier at the community that on Monday of the personal Section 4 (b) of Uniform ,
lot In Lakewood.Drawings September 16, 1995 at representative and the Standard Bill of Lading : INDERPAL S. t.

,, specification 10.00 o'clock A.M. the p e r o n a I Gator Frelghtways BASSI address l Of Clearance
and other contract undersigned/ Color representative' attorney Carrier r
document may be examined Frelghtways Inc., will are set forth dtd '
04-556327 7/2/85
at the residenceof sell at public auction for below YOU ARE HEREBY ; Sale! lup t

A. L, Crosby Jr.. 932 cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. All Interested persons 9122tchg919NOTICE NOTIFIED that an action ; I '
West Butler Rd.. Starke. Jacksonville, Florida or. required to file with for DISSOLUTION OF
Bidders shall bid on ((1)) one lot of Cord, consigned this court WITHIN THREE MARRIAGE has been filed
the ramp ((2)) the pier to Westside Gazette MONTHS OF THE FIRST against you and you \
and ((3)) the ramp and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., to PUBLICATION OF THIS Notice Is hereby given are required to serve a
pier combined. satisfy freight and NOTICE: ((1)) all claims that on Monday. Sept. copy of your written
lakewood Improvement storage charges under against the estate and 23, 1985 at 1000 a.m.. defenses If any to It, on
Association the provisions Section ((2)) any objection by an the undersigned, GATOR the plaintiff, whose
reserves the right to 4b) of Uniform Standard Interested person on FREIGHTWAYS INC., name and address If: + 75O
waive Information in any Bill of Lading. whom this notice was will sell at public auctionfor MANJEET K. BHAGRATH' to 0 /
bid or to delete any portion 03.555359 dtd 7/15/85 served that challengesthe cash at 2600 LloydRd. 2370 S.W. Archer Rd., \ ,
of the protect Gator Frelghlways/ 'Ire validity of the will ., Jacksonville Fla., Number 44, Gainesville, on AH Summer Wears
The Association Carrier the qualification of the one lot of paint consigned Fla. 32608 CLASSIFIEDADS
reserves the right to accept 9/5 2tchg 9/12 personal representative to JOHNSON SUPPLYCO. and file the original with, i l
or reject any or all venue or jurisdiction of ., Pensacola Fla., to the clark of the above GETRESULTS
bid. Bids must be sealed and
the court. satisfy freight styled court on or before
and the envelope must ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS storage charge, under September 26, 1985: Lee o
be marked: BID ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOT SO FILED the provisions of Section otherwise a judgement 964-6305 .
RAMP AND PIER.Succ..ful EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR/ WILL BE. FOREVER. BAR. 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill may be entered against JeansJr.
bidder will of
RED. Lading. you for the relief
be notified of Associa FORD COUNTY FLORIDA Publication of this Gator Freightway d.manded In the com Sizes
tion action. CASE NO 85-21..CA notice has begun on Carrier ,f
plaint or p.tltlon.WITNESS (
A. J. THOMAS Jr. STOCKTON. WHATIE1T, September 12, 1985. 14.652528 dId 7/16/85 my hand and \ 1.15 il Il, i
President' DAVIN COMPANY a Personal 9/12 2tchg 9/19
Representative the seal of sold court on ,
Sept.... 1985 Florida Plaintiff Corporation, :' Hermingilda B.DeKeyzer August 26, 1985. 4 % Jr. Sizes 3.15 ij "
9/5 2tchg 9/12 819 West NOTICENOTICE GILBERT S. BROWN a* l
vsOLAN Pratt Street, Starke, Is hereby Clerk of said court Missy 6.20 r '
Florida 32091.Attorney given that on Monday. (
SALE By: Beulah Moody As ]
fi OF LYDIA C. POLK his wife; for Personal Sept 23, 1985, at 10.00: Deputy Clerk. Reg. 34.00 ((1' f
the (
Representative: DUDLEYP. a.m. und.ralgn.d.GATOR 8/29 4tchg 9/19 '/
OF *
PROPERTYThe GAINESVILLE Jones Esquire of INC., will sell at public .. 25"V .
Bradford County Defendants. Counsel, P. O. Drawer auction for cash at 2600 \
I Sheriff Office will sell 1030 Storke, Florida Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, s 1
the following described NOTICE OF SALE 32091. Telephone Fla., one lot of (helvingconsigned Chic
property to the highest Notice Is hereby given 9049645701.( ..) to Gray Drug JeansReg.
bidder on Monday, that. pursuant to a Final 9/12 2tchg 9/19 Co., Royal Palm Beach '
September 16, 1985 at Judgment of Foreclosure Fla., to satisfy freight ( $32 & $34
4:00 p.m., place of sale: entered herein' I will sell 'and storage charge,
Bradford County Jail. the property situated 'In under the provision of y. 24" & ,1/ 1 .
Vehicle may be Inspected Bradford County MEETINGNOTICE Section 4b( ) of Uniform 1
1 prior to sole. Florida described as: Standard Bill of lading. r .
PROPERTY TO BE lot Twelve' (12)), Block The Suwannee River Gator Freightway Some say dreaming of eggs means riches. $2599 ti

SOLD: 1977 Ford Pickup Fifteen (IS), and the East Economic Council, Inc., Carrier
Truck VIN No. 25' of Lot Eleven (II) Board of Director will 01-567975 dId 7/2/85 Summer
,'S F15BNO65279. Block/ Fifteen/ ((15)) of hold a meeting on 9122tchg919NOTICE l
This sale I I. In accordance Word City now Brooker, September 16 1985, 7:30: Cotton
with Florida In Bradford County, p.m. at the Holiday Inn In JiJ s
Statute. Section 932. Florida, all lying and being Lake City Florida. .& Sweaters '
DOLPH E. REDDISH, In Section 8, Itchg 9/12 .i
SHERIFF Township South, /Range REQUEST : '
BRADFORD COUNTY.FLA. 20 East. Together with: FOR BIDS Some used to MV the number of white spots on you $799
rang., automatic NOTICE The City of Lawtey I.I fingernails was the number. friends you had. .
9/5 2tchg 9/12 washer, refrigerator, Notice I I. hereby given accepting bid on' the
waif to waif carpel. that under and by virtue following item: .
At public safe, to the of Port IV of Chapter 83 A 20 hp motor, 1800 ,, T1u,51 FASHION STOP
r. PUBLIC NOTICE highest and best, bidder F.S., a* Self-Storage RPM.
,The Bradford County for cash at the front entrance Facility Act, that the This would be 300 452 N. Temple Ave.
School Board. Starke. of the Bradford undersigned will sell for GPM at 189 TOW Pump.
Florida, will hold a Public County Courthouse ,In .. cash to the highest bidder The new pump would Hwy 301 Across from High School
Hearing on a proposed Stork., Florida at 11:00 at 301 South 1642 S. have 130 ft. of 5"x1" col Open 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon.-Sat.
amentment to Board .a.m. on the 15th day of Walnut St., Starke, Fla., umn and stainless steel and Iceland do not have armed ,
Rul. f6G.4-3.OS. "Pupil October 1985. at 9:30: a.m. on the 19th,.. shaft. This would be Installed The FIJI Islands Barbados "
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The American Amateur Racquetball as tournament directors for the 1985
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Doubles Championship was held in Dubolsky is also active in racquet .
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Ross of Miami in the final match by with the board of directors.This site FISHER
scores of 15-7 and 15-5. was chosen because of Intense efforts -
Dubolsky and Icaza also currentlyhold by the AARA underway now to
the Southeastern and National commission racquetball as an Olym-
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title October 24th through 27th time for the 1988 games.
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New armory .dedication caps a big, busy year at Camp Blanding '

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By Mark Friedlln. BCT Staff WriterA total from 3.4 5 million dollars during the next five years plus an addi- '
milestone at the Florida National Guard's facility at Camp Blanding tional$200,000 spent in alterations and modifications to existing facilities.
will be celebrated Saturday, Sept. 28 when the guard's new, $1.7 million Malntenence required to sustain the operation is estimated to be $200 19
armory and headquarters building will be dedicated. $250,000 per year. ,
Facilities Manager Lt. Col. Frank Swindull called the past year "most The unit has also provided job training to local residents resulting in the '
exciting" due to the steady. growth in military funding to increase Guard upgrading of their skills and added income to the community. I r __
readiness. ,TIt was a logical move for them and it has worked out well so far,"Lt. ,
"We have had an exciting year and we would like to acknowledge the Col. Swindull said. "They are a big addition for us." I ) ,.
high level of support we have had from the residents in this area,"Lt. Col. Construction of the new armory facility began in October, 1982 and was
Swindull commented. "They seem to understand the importance of the completed in January, 1984. Built by Triest Construction Company of
job these men are doing. You know, whenever you have big explosions as Keystone Heights, the sprawling building houses seven Florida Army National __
part of your training, there's going to be some reaction no matter how far Guard units and the Camp Blanding Post Headquarters which Includes I -
out in the woods it is. We have never had anywhere near the complaintsfrom all state and federal post support activities. S
people here that they have had near other bases." The building consists of 35,441 square feet and was built at a cost of _
The increase in funding the camp has enjoyed is an often stated goal of $I,747,101i jointly funded by the state and federal government. Includedin
the Reagan administration during the past five years, a plan which has the project was a renovation of a World War II -vintage Post Hospital .
made a considerable impact locally, both at Camp Blanding and In- fountain, still in its original location, which. is now the main entrance to
cluding as a result a considerable economic impact on the surrounding the facility. "
communities.: The armory is equipped with modern conference-briefing rooms which ''i
The sprawling facility covers 70,380 acres near the Kingsley Lake area 'utilize up-to-date audio-visual communications equipment, six supply J k
and employs approximately 700 people in technical, administrative and rooms, a kitchen, an auditorium, and office space for Post Headquartersand Jt.
other positions, many of whom make their homes in Starke, Keystone tenent units. It also features a unique, hand-cut Italian marble drill ''t
Heights, Lake Butler and Orange Park. floor and lobby Set Your Sights...
The facility as a training reserve is unique due to its size, varying terrain Thousands of citizen-soldiers from Bradford, Clay, St. Johns Duval A Guardsman adjusts a sighting device for one of the big guns fired at I
and accessibility for a large, diverse number of out-of-state Guard Marion, Alachua. Union and Baker counties participate in weekendtraining Camp Branding during last summer's training session.
units, which flood into the camp in rotating cycles each year for intensive assemblies at the site or attend their annual two-weeks field Camp Blanding has brokern all records for numbers of troops visitingthis
training, some of which could be accomplished nowhere else. This vast training exercises at the post. year, with the resulting positive impact on the local economy.
number of guardsmen coming and going through the camp swells the cof- Page 10
fers of local merchants and lends a vitality to the area which is unique in !
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"We do have a fine training ground here and it has been very useful to
out-of-state. units who can't find this type of terrain and climate anywhereelse f
," Lt. Col. Swindull said. "We have seen a steady increase in the ,
number visiting training units in the past three years and I imagine that's h, t 'i ,r .
good for the local economy as well. We have a good relationship with the
local residents and business people and we hope that will continue."
The 213 fulltime employees and up to 720 troops "on station" at Camp ,
Blanding all live, shop and raise families in the area, improving the tax + r
base and lending strength to efforts by the city of Starke in particular to A
improve the vitality of its business community. .h .,} ',R at
We love to see the guard units come into town, we like all the new { ;'a ; q' + ; ''r tt,
I faces and it's great for our business," commented Harry Hatcher, co-
manager of the Western.Steer Steakhouse in Starke. "They give the
businesses in this town a real shot in the arm during their training ses
"The guardsmen stationed at Camp Blanding are a definite asset to this i
community," commented Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce Executive -
Director Mike Cooney. "They have a positive impact of the
business community and the camp itself provides a constant source of
employment as the base expands. The relationship between the guard
and this community couldn t be better. The large number of training
units' from other states introduce large numbers of people to all the
positive things we have going for us here. Some may come back in the \ \
t future to stay." .
. Camp officials predict an Increase from 4,000 to 6,000 troop base increase -
:.<;next tw residents;however, is already at the Camp.
The 202nd Civil Engineering Squadron (Red Horse), under the com'-
mand of LTC Frank Kozdras, moved its operation from Jacksonville to
Camp Blanding,last year and plans to build a large' new headquarters,
building on the camp within the next year.
The new building will be just a part of a multi-million dollar spending
plan by the new unit, which is. trained for rapid repair of bombed out
airstrips in a combat situation. .
The unit employs 270 employes at the Camp and figures compiled by
the camp administrators show an annual economic impact of over $1.7
million on Starke and surrounding communities with more expected in
the near future.
New construction required to "bed down" the Red Horse squadron willVV

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\53 ENGR DET Camp Blanding Facilities Manager Lt. Col. Frank Swindull says he is The completion of the project marks a milestone in development of the '
,.' .,J< "excited" about the busy year his Florida National Guard facility is haw camp, which has broken records during the past year for the number of "I
., ", ing and this new armory is a big reason why visiting units training at the site.
';.',".vi S.1i LTC Swindull and his staff have set the dedication ceremonies for the The camp has a big economic Impact on Starke, Keystone Heights and
.., J;..>, M new building for.. .September 28th. the surrounding communities. __
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I' t : SFCC Fall Festival of the Per- cert Artists International Auditions, Yugoslavia. winner in the Ms.Kosciuszko Hahn has Chopin
ti made his McKelway was born in Hanover, Competition, appeared
fk : forming Arts, which opened last the 21-year-old McKelway Kennedy N.H. and studied with Robert as guest soloist with the
concertby Washington debut at the
week with a brilliant piano North Carolina renowned Cleveland Orchestra and
47 the
Listokin at
will debut in
Verbit and enjoyedby Center last season and
Martha Anne
School of the Arts and with Harold has performed to critical acclaim in
more than 200 people, will continue New York this January. at the New England Conser- London, Paris, and Frankfurt. She
f with clarinetist This brilliant clarinetist was also Wright
nt ? its 1985 season will make an appearance at
s Daniel McKelway appearing at the the winner of the 1984 New England) vatory.He Hall next month.
will be accompanied on the Carnegie
Starke Woman's Club Thursday Conservatory Concerto Competition. Hahn Phi Beta The concert will be followed by the
Marian a
Sept. 19. The concert, He is currently on tour from New piano by
evening, of Oberlin College popular "meet the performers"reception
.I ,which is free and open to the public, York to California, to the Bahamas, Kappa Master graduate of Music degree from hosted by the StarkeWoman's .
with a
,, and will soon give a solo perfor-
v begins at 8 p.m. Club.
the Julliard School. The top prize
As winner of the 1984 Young Con- mance at the Dubrovnik Festival in

a a I Shelley Raley ready for biggest competition I

Shelley Raley, an attractive 19 even Wp her sanity while prepar-
year old equestrian from Bradford ing to represent Florida in National

: k County, is the current."Miss Rodeo competition.Her .
Florida". official appearances include t+ lL4l
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.:L.D. several radio spots,trips to Arcadia, .
Raley resides at the family home on Ocala,Gainesville and Jacksonville.She 'f' '; ';:. ; :;! ., ;
__ Crystal Lake in Theressa, just out- will be hostess for the Greater ,' .
side of Starke. Jacsonville Fair October 19 at the ". .'
Shelley Is a graduate of Bradford "Parade of Champions LivestockShow" 1
at the "Mini- 'd';;
High and a former champion ex- and October 28 .
hibitor in FFA and 4-H events. She Pull Championships" sponsored by I'
is currently competing in a winningway Jax Ford Tractor. Plans also include :5. : '. ,
in a number of equestrian appearances at Rodeos in .,. ,.
events, winning many Ail-Around Bonifay,Oct. 4-6 and Pensacola Nov. I .
Chamionships this year. 28-30, a meeting with state officialsat '\n't'
The mare (Lynn's Rascal) accompanies the Capitol in October, Epcot and t'I
New Friend... her in the ring, doing a solid Disney trips and a benefit Halloween
Ball In her home town Nov. 1.
Seeing deer at Camp Blanding Is not too unusual but to see one at the job Shelley began her interest in Then it will be'time to physically .. ,, s'n
south door "waiting to get Into the air-conditioning"according to Sgt. 1st horses and cattle at the age of six polish and mentally prepare for Las S j
Class Ray Durban, Company A, 3rd Battalion 20th Special Forces, "gota with a pony in the front yard andPop's Vegas. The "Miss Rodeo Pageant' II
lot of attention. calves in the back. Her will be held in conjunction with the
The deer that is accustomed to the luxuries of life Is Bambl. Bambi prose "National Finals Rodeo" sponsoredby .
Include two champion steer, a cham- x
came to the Durban family in Starke, in a round-about way. Durban said pion heifer, top notch barrel horses the "Professional Rodeo
his brother-in-law brought a female deer to his house to be butchered. She and performance horses. Cowboys Asso.".
been hurt, but couldn't kill her because she was apparently ..
had badly they "Miss Rodeo Florida" was crown- Sixty girls from all over North t A 'R
carrying a fawn. ed June 14, 1983 at the Hilton in America and Hawaii will competefor ; n { I
The Durba ns kept the mother deer In a dog pen for several days. When 'Tallahassee. Since then Shelley has five days in four categories: appearance -
weaker and weaker the decision not to lose both of them..
she grew attended the Amaro school of model- personality, horseman-
Durban and his wife performed a Caesarean section to deliver the ing in Orange Park, sharpening her ship and public speaking., The win-
toiiiig buck. skills for the "Miss Rodeo Pageant ner will receive oppuotunitles Including ,
Special permission was given by the State Game and Fish Commission a $10,000 scholarship. \
in Las Vegas this December. .. .
three to four months. -
Bambi for "
Durban to '
for the family keep "
She has continued to hold down
"We can keep him until he Is able to live on his own In the wild.What we Job compete in horse shows, a See. .. Shelley Page io" \ Shelley Raley
want to do Is to lake him to live at the deer farm In Ocala. appearand
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Page B SECTION September 12, 1985 J

I '; Church celebrates groundbreaking

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By Ann II.Sponholtz help rebuild the parish house. But munity have already donated such
In spite of the fact that Hurricane according to Barco, an additional items as a 20-foot travel trailer, a
Elena was threatening to hit Cedar $30,000 is still needed to complete the new electric range, a goat, perma-
Key and head toward the lake parish house as planned.To nent waves and dinners.
,Sept. 1,was a day of help raise this money, an auc- Entertainment is also planned at
celebration for members of Trinity tion and fish fry are now planned for the auction and pony rides will be
Episcopal Church. Saturday, September 21 at 4 p.m. on available for the children.Mr.Barco
The church had suffered its the church grounds. Keystone said that all donations are tax deduct
greatest tragedy seven months ago. Heights auctioneer Randy Campbellwill tible and anyone wishing to make a
The wrath Hurricane Elena seem- conduct the auction. Local merchants donation may call the church office
ed inconsequential to members of and_members "oUfATLLefER't com- at 4752177."Rebuilding. .
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the congregation who were there
that Sunday. The Rt. Rev. Frank S.
Cerveny, Bishop of the Diocese of
Florida, had scheduled his annual 1k
visitation to the tiny mission,and the
tragedy of seven months before was ..
to be turned into a time of celebra .,"' .i I
tion. P II
On a cold January evening,as the .- I II
choir practiced in the parish house n ...r. _. I
for the Sunday service,an explosionwas --
heard. Before the evening was
over, the parish house, which had li
long ago become a historical
Melrose landmark, was devastatedby
fire. The heroic efforts of choir : aiV \ CHRYSLER
members, the Melrose Volunteer J.
Fire Department, and other fire \1 STARKE PLYMOUTH
departments in the area were not i 1i CHRYSLER
enough. The building, which had DODGE MMM MMf
been an army chapel at Camp Blan- /'/ ifiSSi
ding and had been brought to the
church property in pieces where it p.- 1320 N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) 964.6081 .
was reassembled,was gone forever.As ..
the winds gusted from the fringe ,i
of Hurricane Elena on Sunday, .
it was a time for the Trinity con- lit to Urn tar
gregation to look toward the future. Prtup
Bishop Cerveny had come to
Melrose to confirm three membersof I
the church, Kathleen Ashley, iytt Financing Uf lajt laci
Shannon Rice and Robert Cooper,
Jr. When the service ended, the -., --: ":'-7_ _""""
Bishop, followed by the Ven. Fred ... I
Yerkes and the Rev. William Pop- Father Fred Yerkes is shown along with parishioners at Trinity'Episcopal
pell, the Trinity choir, the congregation Church in Melrose as they hold ground-breaking ceremonies '83 Pontiac '82 Honda Civic '82 Ply Arrow PU
and three trumpeteers, walkedin for the new Parish Hall.
procession across the church __ u.. .__. -- Gran Prix 4 Door 4 Sp, Low Miles Runs Great
grounds where the old parish house
once stood.On this day only a moundof $6275 3850 3800
fill dirt and a few markers were
But as the congregation

looked ground on and, the with Bishop a gold blessed shovel pro-the '80 Chevy PU '79 Ply Arrow 79 Ply HorizonAT

vided Bishop especially then broke for the the first occasion piece,the of AC 4 Sp AC, AM-FM, Sharp 4 Door, AT, AC

ground where the new parish house $3650 2595 $1550
will one day stand.According .
to Senior Warden

Barney to incur Barco a mortgage, the vestry for construc-decidednot '78 Volvo 78 Jeep Wgn '75 Ford f100AT

house tion of, which the 6,132 is still square in the foot planning parish AC Good Shape 6, STD, PU
The new parish house plans ;
include $3000
not only a good-sized main $2650 $1050
hall, but offices.ana classrooms as
"The Diocese has approved the Plus Many More at Great Year End Savings!
conceptual drawings, but they will : a
have to approve the final detailed
plans," said Barco.
Both' church members and -- u'
members of the community have
been very generous through their
contribution to the mission since the 3 tI
time of the fire, said Barco. .The 0m
l Episcopal\ \:.Church Women of the '
church recently; .had a rummage sale .
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I News BriefsBradford .

Man InjuredIn William Gene Rhoden, 35, of Rescue Reports' Two people were dead when the Divorces FinalizedIn Franchising ConferenceFor
unit arrived. Six calls cancelled -
Hampton, was arrested Sept. 8 by were
US-301 AccidentA 93 Runs in Veterans Set for
Starke police officer John HodgesJr. AugustA four calls were false alarms and Bradford CountyThe
Sept. 20 in Orlando
Bradford .for failure to appear in court.The total of 93 runs were respondedto Rescue assisted Bradford Hospitalwith
County man was cardiac arrest. following marriages were Florida veterans and their
court for violationof
appearance was during month of August by
seriously injured when his during the month of
auto was members, interested in learningmore
probation for failure to pay childsupport. Bradford Emergency Services, ac-
broadsided by a tractor-trailer August in Bradford County according -
rig cording to Supervisor Cliff Chap- QR-10 Unit about business opportunities in
on U.S. 301 North in Starke Sept. 7 to court records.
The by Rep
man. Quick Response Unit made
Sgt. E. W. Wilkinson of the Starke On 8 at 3:50 Clarence S. Chance Irvine of Park
Sept. a.m. 59 of the runs required transpor five calls in August. One to a struc- Francis E. Orange that a
Police Department said a 1976 Ford Hagan, 49,of Hampton was arrestedfor Converse &: Sharon D. Business Opportunities and Fran
driven ting. The majority,39 patients,were ture fire one an auto fire, one anelectrical Converse.
by Donald Guy Prater, 21, of driving while license suspended, taken to Bradford Hospital. Eleven fire and two false alarms, chising Conference will be. held on
Rt. 4, Starke, stopped for the stop by FHP Trooper Bert Williams. He said September 20 in Orlando. '
patients were taken to Alachua Chapman.
sign on Sapp St. near the bowling posted $210 bond. General Shands Hattie Swindell&:Walter Swindell.
Hospital, three to
lanes. He then pulled onto 301 into Keith Anthony Hilliard, 18, of and three to Reception Medical Starke Woman CitedIn Donna K. Padgett &: Benjamin H. Rep. Irvine says that some of thenation's
the path of a northbound semi, Raiford was charged with driving Center.One patient was taken to VA Padgett. leading experts on franchis-
operated by Marion L. Reed, 36, of while license suspended and no tag one to Humana in Orange Park and Lawtey AccidentA Clarence E. Cholette& Melanie A. ing will participate from the federal
Orlando. on the vehicle by W.C. Reno on Sept. one to Riverside in Jacksonville.The Starke "Cholette. government, the business sector,
woman was cited for
Wilkinson said the semi did not and trade associations. Also on the
back-up unit transported six failure to yield the right 1 Clarence I. Smith & Annettee G.
have time to stop, and skidded 138 Moses Marks, 24, of Starkewas patients.The when the truck way Sept. Smith. agenda are members of the Florida
feet into the drivers' side of the auto. arrested by Starke Policeman majority,21,of the calls madeto pulled pickup into the she path was of driving a William Wilson Wilson. Congressional Delegation.For .
was taken to Bradford William C. Reno on a warrant issued Rescue were illness related. Ten Volkswagon on US-301 in Lawtey. Bobby Smith&: Micelle G. Smith.
Hospital with more information
serious injuries. A by Waldo police for aggravated calls to in and A Edward and
were people trauma 1983 Ford pickup driven by Ray Thornton &: Betty
passenger in the auto, Barbara assault on Roy Earl Green. Marks six were trauma relating to auto ac- Sheena Marie Norman drove across Jean Thornton. registration forms, contact Rep.
Klondes, 41, of Starke, received Chance Irvine at 264-3000 write to
was being held for Alachua County. cidents. US-301 without Roger A. Redding & V.
yielding to a north Carolyn
minor injuries. On 10 Lori Mitzell Brooks, 2105 Park Ave., Suite 5, Orange
Sept. One call was alcohol related,three bound 1978 VW driven by Amber Redding. Park Fla.
Neither the driver nor a passenger 23, of Hampton was arrested at Louise 32073.
people were in emotional crisis, five Elias of Tallahassee, according -
were injured. Jessie's Lounge for disorderly Intox- people were overdose victims,one a to Lt. William Tillotson.The .
Wilkinson estimated damage to ication by Starke Police Sgt. E.W. stabbing victim, one a fight victim. VW ran into the right rear of
the auto at$2,000, and damage to the Wilkinson. Brooks then reportedly Seven people had respiratory pro- the pickup causing $7,000 damage. "
semi at .
resisted arrest without violence and blems and six people were cardiac Norman was cited in the accident,
was charged with violationof was taken to jail. patients. said Tillotson. -
right-of-way and no tag. 04.6

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I Bangledesh director tours Clay Electric for innovative ideas on electricity

r Ity Linda Wharton ...,..... ."... .. ._.H.L'.".....,.............., ..""..

J L I.KMKditorMohammed Tauhulul: Islam, I.,:;H"I' '',,'' \,('LAJ\ .''';'''. 'lj"1." I.'"r"i": i;('<,f"11''I, 'i.!r: '. .'> ,("k.M.'O./i../.;..PJ'..',""""Q'IiIIe.W'"':",","''''"f.w'' '.,,'Q u

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Right-of-way Coordinator Joe Bruce, second from left, and Islam watch its (-...011 eugdoyees| WalterDonley Hoard for 15 years lie has a degree ; : :. .. ;, <: :: .. ." ,"
and Arthur Hall replace a dull mower blade during roadside mow ing operations. in mechanical engineering. As director ...i". .'iWitIj'(5'i''ebalr, ;... ;( ,. ..if'.:,,,! ; '. : ."...- ""
Photo' M.illox;, courtesy ol ('Ia.EIf.t. : trit' ('(-(p. of Equipment and Materials, he ; '
oversees 200 people and directs the '! 11.' ( '"ld'r' I. ; ( '; : ':
shipment and receiving of materials i.\"c.. I "Q,,;, ; I..j"t .: .. $.. ; \l'._ JJI..9t : :\ ,;

Offers Bradford Freedom Hosp. Center .[I fttrr'. ..... {.on'.1. .. [ fijl1is; .i.,: ..
See.. Visitor .> ",., ,. .,.. : "."... ,\ ... ;.", / ..: .
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you need to quit smoking?? The ?7REtEIMultiMile
Bradford Hospital Center for Health : i . .
and Fitness along with the American :, . .. ". .. ''' '' "' .,
Lung Association wants to help
smokers kick the habit permanently -
Glass Belled
Polyester Norman's
Beginning Monday, Sept. 23, the a
Road Hazard '
BH Center will sponsor "Freedom Warranty from Smoking", a sevensessionclinic. MULTI-MILE: RADIAL XL =i.

165.80D-13..25.88 155-80R-13 . 33.88 .'.,2185.80D13..32.88 ; e MarketU.S.
ticipants The program understand will why help they par 16580R13 . 33.88 :;' 1
301 South 964-6071
smoke, offer group support and 195-75B-14..30.88 185.75R-14..37.88 % -
behavior modification, and recom- 205-75B-14..32.88 195-75R-14..38.88 "The Country Store For More"

''I mend replace healthy the smoking lifestyle habit.habits to I 225-75B-14. . 36.88 205-75R-14..43.88 .--: Open 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon. thru. Sat.
I. "This is a new clinic program 215.756.15..35.88 225751115..46.8822575B15..36.88 > Compare Our Prices & Save//// /
I which the American Lung Assn. has 235-75R-15 . 47.88 We USDA Food
-J Accept Stamps
spent five years developing and 235.75B.15. . 38.88 '4.00 Balance i::
testing across the country,' said -
Lynda Steele, Director of the BH FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL 54'4.95 ..:.,:.' P. 1
Center. "It is a very valid program Includes Set caster, camber toe In to (FRONT or REAR) e 1
that offers support, help and l manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension Replace pads or shoes; resurface drums
understanding to the smoker." :.:;ci. & steering system. For most American or rotors; pack bearings; bleed & adjust; y
"We try the ,' i cars. Front wheel drive vehicles and road-test most American cars & trucks. ::: ECONOMY PACK
throughout program to Metallic extra when CENTER CUT
make quitting a less stressful experience It I Chevettes extra.Parts extra. parts required ji j- DrumsticksROAST EZ CARVE
and help smokers figureout : 14.99 4 HEAVY DUTY SHOCKSREAR CHUCK RIBROAST
better ways to cope with situa- I Mos' Cars & :::;
\ tions that ordinarily trigger their WHEEL ALIGNMENT $14.95\\ Trucks $59.95HUNTERS .-" or
habit. This way we can also help -- : 59
smokers develop an individual planof J. Thighs .
J g
action to quit, introduce them to ;...
triggers relaxation, encourage techniques,exercise identify, their and ; 31 x 10.50-15 . $58.86"5%j 7 7 Y MARKET STYLE rr' 9 9

help "devise ways to avoid weight I .. 31 x 11.50-15 . 66.88 lb.SLICED
gain, said Steele. ....' T" "
The classes will be held each Mon- "i't ? 33 x 12.50-15 . $77.88CORBETTS rt $119 w lb..ter .
day, Sept. 23 through Nov. 4, from 7 BACON lb. "
p.m. to 8:30: p.m. in the Bradford 'oj "
Hospital Library. An orientation session ; TIRES & SERVICE / CALIFORNIA
to introduce smokers to the
will be held on Monday, Sept.program :? us 301Financing Temple Ave. 964.6436 .

16 For at 7 p.m.further information, or to ..::::.-.... ;..:: .::: "" _(Formerly... Starke Firestone:.)- ::.:-:/::;: :.;y I ROAST $1191b.
register for the course, contact the _. .. .
BH Center at 964-4210., _.



207 N. Temple Ave. Starke -964-7556' 9 8 C BONELESS $11
Immediate Financing to All Qualified BuyersWe lb. BEEF $159 lb.

at D&S would like to thank Starke/Bradford County for your support. lb.

Payments As Low As $25.00per week

1980 Toyota Corolla$2,195cah '77 Chew Bonanza 1978 T-Bird All Red 3 LBS OR MORE

AM-FM/Casset/ Radio 1 Owner (local) Meat is
POL. PW, Tilt/Cruise Auto AC
J80 VW Rabbit USDAWeslern .:tY
2995 Was '3495 $2,995 CHUCK1

Finance Avalable Finance Available \
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'78 Ford Granada cQ' Choice
4 Dr., Auto, A/C m
Hunter's t SeasonSPECIAL _
$500 Down 1978 Mustang V-8
Red red, AM Stereo, '
on / 1 e l r 1
Willys Jeep 1.1 ar Auto., A/C

This Weekend Only ..'79 ft $1 ,9 9 5 Snow WhiteCauliflower Baking 70 ct. THOMPSON SEEDLESS

1495 Cash T"-vnOlia s.u., AC Finance Available '.. PotatoesJumbo White Grapes

. n '78 Chevy -- $1 09 :*i." ,.a.! 19 <= 4QChead :

1973 Pinto Wagon Monte Carlo 1980 Mazda 5 Speed lb. lb.

Ex-Mechanical Auto, AC.Condition Auto, console, bucket seat AC, AM-FM Stereo FANCY GREEN CRISPBroccoli Green '

ALL OPTIONS AVAILABLE! $3 1 95 Yellow Corn Peanuts
$1 .288.. '78 Chevy Malibu ..
Finance! Avallabl 2 Door Hardtop Finance Available (:
6/$100 89
Automatic r k : Bunch 59C'L
1977 Monte Carlo l 1695 WEEKEND SPECIAL

Auto A/C FM Stereo '73 Chevy Malibu
1978 Toyota 4 Dr. AC, Excellent Cond
$1 ,7 9 5 Excellent Cond., 4 Sp. AC .
9 0 000 MEDIUM
/ Cash
Finance Available GUlf Sea $ 79 GULF

'74 S.W. SnapperFilets
o Scallops U
.. Q '
f 81 Escort S.W.
1978 Cutlas Calais / orir7'C3TritiaqB'ville Bank Flnanc" \\ SbtimO

2 Dr., Blue on blue NO MONEY DOWN

\ :/195 :a1488 # $ 319 lb.Crab Golden Meat Gulf $ 749 lb. $ 49 9\\es .


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r .s'tar'e A Want Ads .. .>.:' ::: ":", ': ;:;1i. ,;: .,\..:'.:. .\ ,;:. .:r''):,:,. .r

'' NOTICE ea r; ,' )y f..;; _" (-..!! ..: ::1" ,

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted

to the Bradford County .,.'. .. .. '.'' 'I.. ..,
Telegraph office In writing and paid In 1910 FORD VAN 1/2 ton $3000 Call 3 BR IVi BA HOMES Saratoga Hi*., corner LOSTRed mare horse man. clipped :
advance unless cr.dlt I I. 964-7423 Teal Tile & Carpel. 6/6 tin lot. Enclosed CH&A.
alr.ady.atobllahed garage Phone back hoof old and split. If found call res.
JEEPS, I I.II true can buy|eeps for$44 kv
with Ihl office. you 964.8652.3/21 tfn Jail House In Stark. 8/8 Hn
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD through the U.S. government Get the 3 BR MUST SELL CHI, .enclosedgarage LOST DOG: Lemon and white 6 mot.. old '; rWilJ
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN facts today. Call 1312742.1142 Ext. low maintenance ceiling fan, female walker hound. Lost between !Jar:
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 609.(8/22( 9/5,9/19 10/13)pd) nice neighborhood clot to Southslde' Morgan Rd. and Crawford Rd. w/only (!
a ..
ml PlYMOUTH FURY. $.471. call
TELEPHONE. $39.900, 964-5952 or 964-6913 flea collar on. Contact Chuck Walker
9..109.29 Jtpd '/1. Hchg 9/12
Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY, 4/18 tfn 9647389.912 2tcha 9/19 ,
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. 197)CHEVY I TONi 4 dr., dually, camper ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick, 3BR, IViBA,
Minimum charge" 13 words for$2.75, special. New 454 engine, new turbo Fireplace, carport, screened porch 3/4
then 10 a.nN for each word thereafter 400 Iran., new fiberglass topper 90 mile west of Hwy. 301. 95000. WANTEDWANTEDr .. PHONE 964-7776 .
,. Michelin radial Other extra. .
PC 468-1376 after 6:00.: 5/9 tin 'CECELIA .
HELP WANTEDFULL $1,000080. For Info 7823172. Itpd 9/3 608 S.WATER STREETi By owner 2 BR CB '..WILUGAII 205 N. TmpU' Stark
Itchg 9/12 home. 1.468.13231118 tin Reward for Information concerning .

Scholarship available) ERA Tiffin.andOwens condition. $750. 964-6973. Itpd 9/5 repair). Also delinquent tax property. sites In the Starke area. Also I need to THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS THE FOUNDATION I
Inc. Realtor 221 W. LayfayetteSt. Itchg 9/12 Call 805-687-6000 Ext. GH-5504 for information contact a Mr. Hersey from the Hamp OF QUR PROGRESS. ,
1974 LTD STATION WAGONi $423. ton area. Call collect
964.5065 7/4 tfnGOVERNMENT 8/1 8tpd 9/19 any evenings
9648606. Itchg 9/12 813/968-5048. 4tpd9/19 I
JOBSU.040159.230YRi WOODEN HOUSEt20x20. tin roof block.
$ Now hiring. Na 1910 TOYOTA COROLLA Station wagon ed up ready to move $500.00 431.1050 ONE TO FIVE ACRES WANTED Will buy .$1.000.000 VIEW FOR $190,000 KINCSLEY, LAKE Sensational I
4 dr deluxe, 5 speed, AC good condi land or for dirt removal .
Hn pay rights.Phone I
tionwide. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-3000 home Florida's desirable Kingsley'Lake.
on most 3 BR 2 B, completely
Price 964-8877
for current f.d.ralll.t. 8/1 9/19 8tpd tion. gas mileage. CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE 3 BR, 1 1/2 or 964.6511.9/5 2tchg
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY negotiable. 964.6558 after 3 p.m. or both large back porch CH/A, with 9/12 remodeled, multi-level wood deck, living quarters on

Typists, Secretaries, Needed Now. Call weekends. Itpd 9/12 from 1 to 10 acres land on CR 225. WANTED good home for a black dock. Second home on property for guests or rental. Owner '
197 FORD LTD station wagons 964-3232 964.6530.9/5 tfn medium size dog. Good pet for
Kelley Services. 371-1913 EOE. 8/29 tfn
9646849. Itchg 9/12 children and 16 old will consider financing.FOR .
CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income poten or PRESTIGIOUS NEIGHBORHOOD Cornerlot grownups. mos.
tial. All occupations For Information 1974 F-100 PICKUP Long bed. $950. 3 BR. 2 baths, CH/A. 66000. and likes to walk, play and hunt. NameIs YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining Camp

call 312742.8620 ext. 362. 829.919pd 4311706. Itchg 9/12 Phone 9646201. 4tpd 9/5 EOW 10/17 Blackle. Phone 964-3957. Itchg 9/12 Blending Area all Excellent Invest-
management Buy or part
DODGE PICKUP 360 eng. $1.000 OBO. 3 BR, 2 Ba Home and 6 acres CH/A, CARPOOL to downtown Jax from
964.5521.Itpd 9/12 fans lawtey. Call Dale Traylor 964-4763 ment. Owner financing.
1 MOVIE JOBS In studio or on location. fireplace ceiling Ig. screen
Exciting car..r potential. All position 1971 GAlAXIE 500 Black 425 big block, porch hot tub In city limits on Geiger eves. Itpd 912WHEELCHAIR INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY. Partially
runs good Keystone rims, son roof Rd. Southslde Elem. WANTED Must be In good
i near $74,000.
Call ((602)) 829-6863, ext 236. 9/5 2tpd
9/12 rear spoiler. Will sacrifice for $1500 or 964.5876.Itpd 9/12 condition. Phone 9647518. Itpd 9/12 subdivided. Highway frontage, close to school. $1,000

CLERK I II Bradford Public library High trade for Ch.v. 964-8614 betweem 9.5 THREE BEDROOMS 24x24 country living per acre.

School graduate. Must pass State typ p.m. Itchg 9/12 S dining area, wood stove, ceiling .2 BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are
ing test. Own transportation a must. 30 1974 FORD MINI-BUSs 16 passenger For fans, double carport horse stable & FOR RENT
hrs. per week. Some Saturdays re sale to the highest bid. Deadline feed room on I acre lot. Rd. 225 rented & have positive cash flow S good assumable mor
9/19/85. Contact the Industrial Complex Lawtey. 7823497. Itchg 9/12 Owner will take second
quired. Minimum wage. County tgages. mortgages for good client. 2
of Ralford P. O. Box 368. Raiford.Fl. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK
BY OWNERi 3BR 1 Ba, block home.
benefits. Apply In at 105 E.
Jackson St., Starke.person No phone colls. 32083 9044311898. Itchg 912MOTORCYCLES Need tome repair, In good Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. story home on Call and Church St. reduced to 37700.

9/5 2tpd 9/12 neighborhood. $20,000 price Recreational vehicles welcome Phone NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. We are proud to offer a handsome
964.7498.9/16 tin/
MOTOR ROUTE AVAILABLE In Keystone negotiable. 964-4194 Storke. Itpd 9/12 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTt One mile brick and cedar home on 37'acres, 4BR 2Vi B plus a barn.
Heights. Must have r.llable transportation LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to .
choose from. Send for FREE from Stark. city limits. Clean. No 144000.
telephone' and able to post a
$250 cash bond. Call 964.5165 or come BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY -Formerly The Pastry Shop 138
168.132310/7 tfn
1915 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler.
by Times Union Office. Mon. thru Fri Rt 1, Box 84CF, Moss, Tenn. 38573.
1605 N. Temple Ave., Stork. Itchg 1700. OBO. Good condition. 782-3333 ((615)) 2583648. FCAN Itchg 9/12 CLEAN MOBILE HOMESi for rent On Call St. in The Historic Section of Starke Originally 33000.
9/12 8/8 tfn BRICK HOME IN MACCLENNYl 3 BR '1 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call reduced to $23,000.BEAUTIFUL .

YOUR FUTURE BA, carport fenced In corner site, 964-7530 or 468.132310/01 Hn
Can be bright In the life Insurance field) CH/A, laundry room. Walking distanceto Weekly monthly
We need steady dependable men Awomen YARD SALEFRI churches, schools shopping rol... Palms Apartments,2314 N. Temple Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads water, sewage
Ave. 7/28 Hn
to uphold a 90-year tradition of $35,000 neg. Can be seen by appt. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 police protection, nice neighborhood, walk anywhere. .
service. Good starling Income, future & SATs S. 301 SW 14th St. Clothes, all Owner 9644459. 'Itchg 9/12
BA apt. For more Information call Lake $7,000.A .
earnings unlimited. Outstanding sizes and little girls 2 & 3, two
benefits for If ploy other Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal .Opportunity SPECIAL PLACE AT THE WATER'S EDGE. Lake
you. you are a man or speakers jewtlry pen COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Housing. 6/7 Hnchg Sampson op-

woman over 21 and enjoy meeting items. Itpd 9/12 RENTLEASEFOR PARK RENTAL 24 ft. trailer, by the prox. 100' on water x 275' plus a storage shed. $21,900.
wll'train SALE and 326
people you to representone YARD Friday Saturday. N.
month for 1 or 2 adults. No Pets.Dsposlt .
of the south's best known com: Walnut St., Stark. Itpd 9/12 NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL. Twelve acres and large home.
required. Starke KOA Kam-
I... There be a place for GARAGE SALEi at 316 St. Clair St. Frl and barn
pan may you RENTi 2 room office space plus pground Hwy 301 S. 964.8484 8/8 Hn workshop, variety of fruit trees. $85,000.WE .
on the Life of Georgia team. Why not Sat. 73 Chevy Van. 4x6 utility trailer. Utilities furnished
l walling room area. KITCHENETTES 2 completely furnished,
find out? Call 3723686. Life of 964-4379. 9/12
Itpd located In Champion building near utilities Included. 964.71818/8 Hn HAVE YOUR HOME READY
Georgia. EOE Itchg 9/12 SEPT. 14-15! On Hwy. 100W */ mile post courthouse phone 964.8931. 9/5 2tchg FOR RENT 4 BR, 2 BA heat, Ig. porch 533. W. Pratt St. $20.000Off
: taking Bayless Hwy.
9/12 office In back laundry & wash
applications for cashiers full and part. SATURDAY ONLY 8-5 p.m. Stereo and room 301 N. MH $21,500 Butler Terrace $48,400
appoint only. 964.6365 Hn
time. Apply 620 S. Walnut St. Itchg 9/12 record turntable drum ..t. stove, Subscribe Today! NICE ROOM. PRIVATE BATH 964-6035 MH Laura Church Rd. $25,000 615. N. Church St. $49,900
PART-TIME HELP NEEDED: Chicken farm dishwasher clothe and household BRADFORD COUNTY
average 2-2'/i hours dolly five days a Items. Rd. 100. dirt road on right by Dr. TELEGRAPH ONE tin BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N 832 W. Cypress $32,000 321 N. Myrtle $55.000
week 964-7824 afte 4 Itchg 9/12 Multlns (Vet), 2nd MH right. Watch 230A Griffis
p.m. on Temple Avenue In downtown Storke. ( Loop) $38,000 54th Ave. ( Rd. 16)) $58,500
WORK FROM HOME $60 100 Inserting for 9/12
per signs. $50-$7S week Including utilities. Nodeposits 907 St.
Cypress $43,000 Forsythe Rd. $69,000
envelopes. Information lend FRIDAY the ISthj All day. 1510 East State
required 964.5139 964-6566
stamp to K.S. Enterprises, P.O. Box Road 16 white house In pecan grove PERSONAL SERVICES"NEED 8/29 4tchg 9/19 or Rolford Area $44,000 Sampson City Rd$49.500
1501-C. Bloomfield NJ 07003.. 9/12 Antique Jenny Lynn baby b.d.lg. chestof
SENIOR CITIZENS Duplex, furnished Rd. 16 East $45,000 Off 301 North $78,000
4tchg 103MUSICIAN drawers, night stand oak rocker
1-BR opts, convenient location. Call
NEEDED Rhythm backup clothes, dishes, and more. Also A TUTOR" All subjects( K-8 Certified collect 468.1115.8/29/tchg 9/19
guitar or bass. 961.7771.9/12 9/19 A.P.A.H. breeding lock filly. Teacher 533-2901 after 7 p.m. TWO BEDROOM I bath house: unfurnished NEW LISTINGS
SAT. & SUN. POSITION Dependable person 9644491. ltpdj/12 8/22 tfnCLIFF'S with basement $270/mo. First *LARGE
LOT AT COUNTRY CLUB Lot 3 "The Woods" 180x388
to work snack bars at Waldo Flea ,
DIESEL REPAIRS! 24 hr. road ser-
C last deposit, no 473-3627
Market. For appt. call 4682255. 9/12 MOBILE HOMES vice. Spec. In Cummins, Mac, Itchg 912RECENTLY pets eves. {excellent location. $8,000. .

2tchg 9/19 FOR SALE Detrolt..473-7143. 6/27 tfn. REMODELED I BR apts., close {GOING RESTAURANT BUSINESS In lake Butler. Priced forquick

'. REAL ESTATE LICENSING In Lake Estoteir'nll.q. City > . SEWING MACHINES. REPAIRED All .. 'in. CH/A 96486Ol.12TFN .a4'., 1 I 'ale/I '.<.r ,,,,I!. ypWHNUStWti/liM, 4k/ .WiJ.tS.'J.,.
Coll 1-753-4040 North Fla. Real. ; makes cleaned oiled and adjusted) *:R BK Mobile Home on private setting orfGriffls j I.
'_ !. 8/13 Hn SKYLINE HOME 'CENTER Hwy. 301 N. $15. Used sewing machines for sole. ..' Loop New drapes, new carpet l e2'/2 ACRES OFF 301 Septic tank Is thereWill putweU down.

') Stark. Come tee Roy Gouln formerlyof James Strickland corner Morgan Rd. lots of trees. 468.2374 after 6 p.m. 9/12 $15,000. .
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn 2tchg 919N. * *
964-4414 or 964.4718.4/26 tfn estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. Fall Color Change Sept&Oct.
FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In Owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559.3/29 US 441 between Sylvia and Cherokee DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 9". 319

SUCCESSFULLY ESTABLISHED Solar good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each tfn/ N.C. (heart of Smokies). fishing IRVING CLARK.JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2121
Energy Company seeking highly Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park WANT TO DRINK hiking, Blue Ridge Parkway mining.
motivated Individual to represent us In 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS New 2BR cabins, furnished Sunset WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454

the Stark. area. No Investment needed 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on WANT TO STOP Farm Rd. Cabins, Rt. 1, Box 216-C
We provide the technical and one or all. Olln's Mobile Home Sol... THAT'S OURS Whittler N.C. 28789. 17044972200.
marketing training to Increase your In 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg Alcoholics Anonymous 9/12 4tchg 10/3
come. Qualified leads are provided.No 2.93 ACRESplus mobile home. Forsyth 94-4150-964-6S94-964-6219 Need sins frOm 8x10 to 12x24
gimmicks.. Honest program using Rd. $12,500 cash. Call 13054646827. pd thru 11/15 RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month Storage?
local and federal government subsidies 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Door, window., and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- "Tf\. ,'':'. ...j
for energy conservation. Call 12x78 MOBILE HOME Total electric etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 6/27 ....1... _" '..11'1.' '.. '

468-1898 to 4 p.m. LRM9/12 H/AC, 3/2, new rang. and carpet 964-6078. Orders also taken In Lake tfnchg "t'
alum owning, screen porch 10x20 Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, Handl( House Storage Buildings.
carport 9x10 bldg well-kept set up In 173.4973.2/26 tfn .30 sties to choose from.
BOATS MH park. Owner finance to responsible BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infants and LAND FOR SALE
party. 9646790. Itpd 9/12 toddlers up to 5 years of age receive HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGSUS
1985 24x44 KIMBERLY MH 3BR Ig. kit. excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call
'13 STUMPKNOCKER II BASS BOAT 14' chen/Oft, utility room, 2 full baths, 473.7864.1/04 tfn ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. no 301 South Starke 9"......
w/40 h.p. mercury. Ha trolling motor, garden tub In master bath. Get financed LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawn. Ball down payment $73 per mo. Call
depth finder, swivel seats, live and dry or take over payment Phone fields playgrounds. Phone 485-1861 964-5606. 10/4 tfn
wells and trailer. Call 9648809. 8/29 9646379. Itpd 9/12 anytime 4/25 tfnchg LOTS & ACREAGE 20 percent down

2tpd 9/5 Itchg 9/12 12.77% APR 1985 3BR. 2Ba, BULLDOZER! Wanting to do bulldozer balance In live years financing by [Ii Can1 You Picture Yourself Living Here 1 I I
964.6853. 12/13 Hn.
Doublewlde, maionlte siding shingle work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for owners
roof 7% down $1186. Payment of work. 964-5606, 7823333. Ask for ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement
$284.65 for 7 year Clayton Homes, Mark. 8/8 tfn $3.500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call
3965 Phillips Hwy., Jax. Fla. 733-0821. FRESH RIVER SHRIMPS And fish for your 9645606. 1/03 tfn .
Itchg 9/12 freezer. Ten Ibs. or more. Please call
Openings available for'prior YOUR CHOICE OF 4! Pre-owned homes 284.9755.8/15 4tchg 103RICK'S ROAD $3,000 no down payment $70
LAWN SERVICE and all per mo..Call 964.5606. 1/03 tfn
$450 down payment of$1:IB/mo. Free Mowing
service military personnel In set up and delivery. Clayton Homes, types of yard work. Reasonable rates. 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227))

the Naval Air Reserve Pro- 3965 Phillips Hwy., Jox., Fla. 7330821. 473.4512.9/5 4tpd 926I 3500. no down payment $10 per mo.
WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In home Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn
9/12 my
gram 'in Jax. Ground and Itchg days. Call Lexa Pombier, 9647321. 9/5 'LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.576after;

flight crew positions availablein .,. 2tchg 912ATTENTION 3, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn
SINGLES! Companions, LAND FOR SALE Six lot., 1.2/3 acre p.r
patrol, transport, helo and MISCELLANEOUSFREE friends, dates, are all available. Write lot. 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For. I
attack squadrons. Call toll free for Information and application to sythe Rd. No money down $73 mth.
SOUTHERN SINGLES P. O. Box 743.G Call 964.5606 6/6 tfnchg
1.800-521.1316 ,
for further In- KITTENS 4 precious black and "NEW"
WOODLAND ACRES! 1/2 acre lot locatedat recently
FL 32425.9/5 4tpd 9/26
formation. 8/29-9/26 white kitten. 9645812. Itpd 9/12 Woodland Acres, Starke. Has well home
t BARBER SHOP now open In Waldo. All 3 bedroom,
double septic tank and light pole. 8500 selling
hair cut guaranteed or your nicely
hair back..Itpd 9/12 price 500 down 133.00/month. Call garage,

._- ., SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED 964-5606 6/13 tfhchg golf sprinkler
Phone 496-2939 or 4962871. 9/12 4tpd 8.43 ACRES 646 ft. Forsyth Rd. frontage. lot 8
10/3 $4,000/acre.Call 305-464-6827. Cash or

'---.--.--" LAVERN H. OUTLAW term 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 $68,900'y.


1 m R.s.964.5471 ja'"rT

Roberts Real Estate
REALTOR. Associates .
DAVID L. DODGE, MSARes. 986 N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL

964-4522; 964-5370 964-6262 r6

STARKE. FL: .,-? KAY C. WATERS -.............JJ.... .

Across from Res. 964-6941 PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves, 2 -ty, ..,
Norman's Market BR frame house, CH&A, outbuildings and many extras. : -'-- "

U.S. 301 South. .Your':. Fun Service Real Estate OfficeOWNER JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. Central t : .,,.....t'.i.1',7. ...... :_. r

"We Do Appraisals" heat and air, carport, $49,500..

COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 TitS 2 contem .
TRANSFERRED & ANXIOUS Brick 4BR 3 BA 2 lot. Over 2600',
on | the acres : bedroom 2
plus on highway and 10 acres. 3300 ft. building.Call ,
CH/A. all amen III.*. Excellent location |lust off 16 W. Only $74,900. for details. and Attractive
REDUCED TO SELL NOW Recently renovated 3 BR house on SR 100 South of I II
I,Starke. Only 29900. 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly'growing : scaped fireplace,

BARGAIN HUNTERS story frame on l large lot ((185x130)) In city good location. area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that tgage fan, 2

This won't last long at $16.300. I $1200.00 per acre! (I. car garage and more.
] ATTENTION Builder, Developers, Investors 31 lot subdivision with Vi mile I II $79,000.
WATERFRONT 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin ,..
I paved rondo Adjoins city limits. Priced to sell. Owner financed. I
COUNTRY LIVING AT |TS BEST Beautiful spacious ((1932 sq. ft.) 3 BR. 2% BAJ Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake. We also have homes In lown.laklfr nllIamel.lcragl.

I home on approx. 6 acres This home I I. beautifully landscaped 2288 sq. ft., outbuildings II Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500. com

I other ommenltle too num.roue to mention Must be seen to believe.| MOBILE HOME % On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out' merclal property l&kllotl & residential mottle/ home lots.Qnfug .

[128300. Additional Acreage Available buildings including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of w
I fireplace microwave, dl.hwa.h.r. more. Beautiful on inside 63900. possibilities. Nw.Wrl HaY. I' Nerth j,. '.

OWNER FINANCED* 3BR 2 SA, CH&A on appro*:2 acres In city. $51,500. i .". .O.bs133, ,

Wr Invite Inquiries' On Our Other Properties. George W. Roberts.Jr. Broker 1 I 904 / 473-4003

Thinking' of Buying Or Selling Call(/.. .. Terry A..Colnes. CSM, Salesman. _. -. 'I sHowcili PCOMtTTIRS. IMC. REALTOR



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September 12, IS8S Page

I r' Starke Ads Cont __, r '

FOR. SALE FOR... SALE d Keystone Area Want Ads I

CAMPER 1971: 35' fifth wheel; American

contained price; neg.: 533.2411.'Call' Measures 24x36". 25 cents each Great

otter 6 p.m. 5/t6 tin/ for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series 14x60 BRAND NEW 2BR 1 I'/iBA on >/. LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all

ROLLS OF HAY Fr..h cut Alecla. Arthur 135 W. Call St. 964-6305. WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR furnished organ with double keyboard base acre wooded area, lake access, CH/A. types of yard work. Reasonable rates.
,Catkins, 782-3727 alter 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn TRAILERS TRAILERS TRAILERS 5'x8' $200 dep. pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call W/D connections. Many extras Immediate 473.4512.4tpd 9/5.9/26
BRADFORD LIMEROCK utility trailer $650; 16' dozer trailer, home. A/C. clean $250 mo., 473.2210 weekdays or 473.4648weekends Low down CHILD CARE In my home Weekdays.Ages .
4tpd paymentand
SALES $1,70016'; utility trailer $970: 16' lawn length flexible. 249.7884.' for appointment to s.*. tin monthly occupany.payments. Owner financed 3 and up. Call 4737529. 2tpd

Llm.rock t Fill Dirt trailer $1,125; 10' lawn single axle FURNISHED 8/22.9/12 2 BRA' lake front CRAPES-U-PICK Open everyday 473.3671 evenings and weekends 9/12-19
.. 20 yd: .semi-load only trailer $878: 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 house. $300 monthly plus deposit. Lilly's Vineyard. Coral Farms Road 7/18 tfnchg

Phone 712-3172 6/23Hthg' ft. ramps, $100. Olln's Mobile Home 4733856. Itpd 9/12 Florahome. 659-2121. 8/15 tfnchgWURLfZER FOR SALE -1972 Peachtree 12 X 65. Excellent MISCELLANEOUSPAC
STORE BOUGHT! Furniture for sale at Center Rd. 100 W. Storke. 9645606. $350 spinet piano excellent condition condition new air, .
:3 BR 1 BA on Lake Geneva. carpet partially
Doublewlde Home C.nt.r located 1/10 tin deposit. No 4752682. 1000. Cherry mahogany. furnished. Penney Farms. $6500. RAT- Buy, Sell and trod. Used furniture
montly plus pets.
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla.: (this Is not COPY MACHINES Canon-tor rent or 912919FURNISHED Phone 473-3752. tfnchg 8/29 529-9300 or 529.9661.2tchg 9/12-9/19 appliances, household Items,
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon 2tpd PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsibleparty
10 X 44 Mobile home on 1t74MH12' X 65', 3 BR mobile home on cotlectables, glassware, old jewerly
FOR SALE Store furniture for home or office copier, $999; Canon office small
: bought to assume monthlypaym.nt.
or 83' X 103' lot In Keystone Height near
lake. Private, quiet. Single party tool., etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26
'ale at Ollns Home C.nt.r'located copier, $1399. Rent to own for as spinet/console
on on piano. assumable .
Jax schools. $16,500
couple only $175 mo. $100 dep. mortgage.C. DELUXE FLASHING ARROW SIGNS $259
100 West. This Is trailer little as $45 month. OFFICE SHOP, Can be Write (Include
Highway not per 725.8945.Itpd 9/12 seen locally. B. Isaac Realty 904-475-2199. Itchg COMPLETE.'($23 monthly). Save $2691
furniture. 6/13 tfnchg 110 W. Call St., Starke. 964-5764. 2/21 QUIET CLEAN comfortable, unfurnished phone number) Credit Manager P. O. 9/12 lighted now arrow $237. Nonllghted

GRAPESi U Pick open every day 7 a.m. tIn 2 BR 2 BA house In Keystone Club Box 520 Beckemeyer, IL 62219. 3tchg *REPO* 3/2 Mobile home, $199 $189. Unbelievable quality!
til dark. Lilly Vineyards miles East of ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month. w.ath.r.dporch. 9/5-9/19 month assumable, delivered to
Estates, central H/A, your Guaranteed never undersold I Can
Keystone Heights on 100 Coral;: Farm No down payment. Call 964-6946. 4/04 4813109. Itchg 9/12 MOVING SALE Frldgldar. upright lot. Call ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126. locally Warranty. Factory direct:

Rd. 659.2121 8/15 tfn tfn 2 BR 1 BA mobile home on 4 acres, freezer traditional style sofa bed with 3tchg 9/12.9/26 1(800)( 423.0163 icon 9/12
AUCTION EVERY FRI AND SAT NIGHTS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. innerspring mattress, solid wood double
close to town. $235 mo. Call 4732730. *USED HOMES* starting at $2995. NEW FLASHING ARROW SIGNS $275.
Beginning 8/30 7:30: pm across from $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. "/04 Itchg 912HOUSE bed matching dresser knee hol. Some low down. Call ask for Mr. Fox Lighted without arrow $245. All signs

Waters Mark.t In .Lawtey:: cabinets, tin FOR RENT -Lake Brooklyn desk, corner table kitchen table, at 351.2126.3tchg 9/12-9/26 sold complete and have one-year warranties
shelving furniture and misc. 8/22-9/22 197 25' TROPHY WAvfLfWAlLER! w/alr Keystone Heights 2 BR, lake front. $250mo. French Provenclal bedside table, *OWNER MUST SELL* double wide, Call TODAY. Franklin Sign Co.
4tpd TENCOLDSPOT and awning good condition. $3500 $100 security. Available until Panasonic microwave oven Phone $239. Fireplace, masonlte siding l-BOO( ) 8262784. fcan
FROSTLESSREFRIGERATORFREEZERS firm. 964-5414. 9/12 2tchg 9/19 473.2435 evenings, weekends. 2tchg .
6/15/86. Drive by and see at SR-100 shingle roof low down. Deliver to hour
with LIVESTOCK FOR SALEi 2 hogs, on. 175 and Immokalee Rd. then call 468.1898 9/12-9/19 lot, no charge. Call ask for Mr. Fox at r...w__M_MM.1w.yly.
.tcemaker. Gold. $300. 9645944. 9/05 IDS., one 210 Ibs. $85 ea or $165 both. 7573419. Itchg 9/12 FOR SALE 6 cubic feet gas-electric 351.2126.3tchg 9/12.9/26
Itchg Billy goat, I yr. old $35. Pair of or refrigerator for R.V. Rebuilt cooling *WOW* New double wide, masonlte NeedCustom
LUDWIG DRUMS Professional set. $450or turkeys, $20: bunch of chickens free unit. $200. 4737053. Itpd 9/12 siding shingle roof, fireplace. All for
best offer. 4681199. Itpd 9/12 Phone 9646379. Itpd 9/12 HELP WANTED 1983 COLEMAN CAMPER- "Shenandoah"popup 15900. Call ask for Mr. Fox at Draperies?

TAKEOVER 8 ACRES Beautiful recreational 1950 9N TRACTOR Ferguson, excellent fact air, chem. pottl spare 351.2126.3tchg 912926. ,
area. NO DOWN. $49 monthly. condition. 2250. 964.4642 or KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH tire, awning prlv. curt., sleeps seven, *FREE* credit check by phone for Call Loma Stephens
No restrictions, Private party. 6592111. Itchg 9/12 Is seeking someone who will share intheir excellent condition must see. $3995. new or used mobile home. Call now.
904-642-7259. 2tpd 9/12 DISC PLAYERs Works good 2 discs In. ministry through filling the position Also, King Coronet (trumpet) good condition 496-2219
Ask for Mr. Fox at 3512126. 3tchg ........ .. ....
after 3 For Information -
FLOWERING CREPE MYRTLE Pink. I gal. eluded $100. Phone 964-7203 of organist. more $160. Take Hwy 21 North from 9/19-9/7 __
$1.75; 3 gal. $3.75. 7823640. 9648319. p.m. Itchg 9/12 please call church office 4733829. Keystone 3 ml. to Goldhead Mobile
9/5 2tchg 9/12 CYPRESS SAWDUST! 2 yards deliveredand 8/22 tfnchg Homes Sales-turn right onto Deer Springs PERSONAL SERVICES rpxptpnxy

FULL. SIZE CANOPY BED with n.w mattress spread $20. 4682624. 9/12 Stchg MOTOR ROUTE available In Keystone Rd.-ga straight 1/4 mi. to lake- Bargain Center Inc
Must have reliable transportation turn 1/4 mile to Ponder mailbox
and accessories, $275. Captain'sbed 10/31 Heights. right go CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work,
with drawers, $150. 782-3172.9/12 BICYCLES two ladles 10-speeds, I telephone and able to post a 6986 Deer Springs Road. Itpd 9/12 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry.Reasonable .
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsible Western Flier $35; I Free Spirit $40. $250 cash bond. Call 964.5165 or come TWIN BOX SPRINGS and 4 Inch mot Call 473-4018 after Electrical Plumbing
party to assume small monthly Phone 964-4545 days or 473.2071 after by office Man thru Fri 1605 N. Templeave. tress, very clean $15.50. Two patio 5:30 1/5 prices. Mobile Home Supplies
payments on spinet/console piano. 5:30: p.m. Itpd 9/12 Itch 9/12 lights with 10 Inch globes, I with 6 ft. CARPET: p.m.AND VINYL Repairs and In. B Cabinets I
Can be seen locally. Write (include COMMERCIAL MEAT GRINDER $225. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Successfullyestablished chain. $9.50,1 with 15't. chain $12.50. Paneling i
stallations. Free estimates Ten
phone number) Credit Manager P.O. 9647477. Itchg 9/12 Solar Energy Company One 5 ft. brass plant stand with 6 Call 473-4217 and ask yearsexperience. for 2 Commercial MakersMakes

Box 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 9/5 LIVESTOCK FOR SALEs 7 adult cows w/7 seeking highly motivated Individual te. hangers, $15. 473-7812. Itc'.g' 9/12. _. Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 350 Ibs. a Day
3tchg 9/19 calves. Cows are r.-br.d to registered represent us In the Keystone area. No PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt Capacity
THE WOOD STOVE FIREPLACE CENTER Limousine bull. Calves are from Investment needed We provide the mildew from homes,
; peeling paint
Largest selection of quality wood 250-500 Ibs each beautiful fat, technical and marketing training to Increase HOUSES FOR SALE driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick 964-6679 301 South
Stoves In Florida. Vermont Castings, healthy. You make offer L. B. your Income. Qualified leads 173.2452.4tchg 9/12 10/3
Jotul and Jr., 473.3305 alter 9 Itpd No gimmicks. Honest
Consolidated Dutchwest. Register, p.m. are provided. .
locatedon FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE r.flnl.hlng.Hand
and federal
Trade-Ins and used stoves. Well 9/12 using
more. program rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac
lot. Small houseon
Creole St. on large
worth the trip to Gainesville. 2031 NW LIMOUSINE BULL Registered Red class government subsidies for energy con 473-2521.8/1 tfnchg
)0 18005242675. 9/12 animal 3'/t old beautiful servation. Call..68-1899.. Itchg 9/12 Lake Brooklyn. 4733192. 2tchg
6th St. TOLL FREE years 9/5.9/12 MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, barstools
3tchg 9/26 healthy v.ry gentle, proven calves, beds. No too small
LOG HOMES over 40 rustic models to camper |lob
NEW FLASHING ARROW SIGNS $275. you make an offer. l.B. Register, Jr.,
TRUCKS Addison 4732452. 4tchg
CARS choose from. Send for FREE Upholstery.
Lighted without arrow $245. All signs 473-3305 after 9 p.m. Itpd 9/12 9/1210/3 GoetzmanConstruction
sold complete and have one-year warranties 3 TON AIR CONDITIONER! w/gas furnace & BOATS
CARPET CLEANING deep steam extraction
Moss, Tennessee -
Route one, Box 84CF '
best offer.
Coll TODAY. Franklin Sign Co. complete $150 or CompanyHas
38575. ((615)) 258.3648 fcan Truck mounted equipment. Sept.
18008262784. Itchg 9/12 964.7266 after 5 p.m. Itpd 1971 MANATEE 16 ft. 9 In. bowrlder special any five rooms and hall $89.
COLOR TVs $99 and Next to Starke PIT BULL PUPPIES male and female,
and C&B Carpet cleaning. 4737770. 4tpd
1971 115 HP Mercury engine
- Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212. mostly white, wormed shots, tails 9/12 9/5-9/26 Moved to New
trailer. $1800. 4751617. Itchg
'. 11/24 tfn docked. $40 male, $30 female.
9/12 1979 LTD station wagon automatic LAND FOR SALE
ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3,000/lnstalled tilt and cruise, V-8
3,500 dealer 904.964.5606 6/27 tfnchg PIANOs Old upright cabinet In exc. A/C P/S. P/B. Steve Broadway Location
9647907. motor. Clean condition. $3200. 1979 LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake 13500.
cash Itpd
FLASHING ARROW SIGNS $259 cond. $175 only.
COMPLETE. ($23 monthly). Save $2691Llghl.d. 9/12 Lincoln Towncar, 4 door, loaded. Owner will finance $164 per month. TREE SERVICEIs 301 South Industrial
$237. Nonllghted LUGGAGE ROOF CARRIER for RV or car, $3750. .1977 Buick Skylark V-6 engine 473.4367. tfnchg. 12/6 Now
no Unbelievable arrow $50. Also VINYL SOFA BED $25. automatic. A/C, 4 door. $2500. LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto Park
,$189. 398.1071 (Jax). and
,Guaranteed never undersold! Can see 964-4459. Itchg 9/12 473-2409 If no answer move on. Power well septic BROADWAY & WALTERS
Ask for Nick or Scott. Itchg 9/12 fence. $6,499. 392-0985 or 4733024.
locally. Warranty. Factory direct: 1976 MALLARD RVi fully equipped good Removal Septic Tanks InstalledFill
9/12 condition Ig. refrlg. and awning $4500 Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13
1-800-423-0163 anytime. Itchg Dirt 5 Loads More
SALE ) 5 or
MUST SELL Mitsubishi stereo turntable firm. APPALOOSA MARE: 2 yrs. old Trimming
tuner, cassette, speakers, still halter broke, gentle $600. 9648333. acre parcels on scenic county maintained Spread Free
amp under $700. 4681485. Itpd 9/12 2tod 919PLANTS YARD SALE between Polntvlew and road. Melrose area From 16000. Stump Removal Top Soil Llmerock Gravel
''' warranty. Fairway. Saturday Sept. 14. 104. Itchg Need financing? Call today. Prestige Firewood Delivered
912nob Pick-Up or
after hours
9/12 Properties, Inc. 373-1700
FOR SALE 4752647. 7/25 tfnchg Free Estimate
IMPROVED LOT for sale, outskirts of 964-5115-964-4488
473.4732 473.7679
llouseplants., hanging baskets Keystone Heights. $8,000 cash or

1oQIO.IR and shrubbery. Low prices .IMo' .... STUDENTS-,. .. .. ... .owner 1 i. financing $500.downwlth After 5 P.M.
IFLORILANDnoHt 'I> >i ..1.'JI1 lndustrlaIaCompiexbfRaiford : $166.83 monthly payments for 5 years.
Open Monday thru Fri- 473.3024.4tchg 9/5-9/26 Keystone Heights

REALTY day 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Professional typing at TEN ACRES Keystone Heights, $31,000 B Licensed & Insured
4311898. Located CR 229. reasonable rates. 11 percent Interest. Owner financing.
964.7700 Itchg 9/12 473-3598 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 9/5-9/12

era N. '.mp''.*...
V.rnl. r. Od ..SroK..-Gel' W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE & Owens Inc 1 :
ERA Tiffin
Joy Thorn'.. A.toclot* & PERSONNEL SERVICES ,

Protect Your HomeAnd 218 S. Walnut Street RealtorFormerly
2.39 Acres, In city 3 BR. 2 BA. brick Stark., Fla. 964-7777 REALTY '
home, most desired area. Ready to Save 25% FAULKNER 9 oMon.
221 W. Lafayette Street
sell. Call for more details. On All Maintenance Free Exterior
Old Brick home In 4.: arse: .-Frl. 1:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Less than 2 Years : Cut Brick And Stone
t: 9 to 5
Saturday a.m. p.m.
country, with 6 or more acres. Coquina Shell \
-1(1 Acres, good hunting woods, Vinyl or Aluminum Siding Starling <: 964-5065

some owner financing. VACUUM Realtor
-20 Mlni-tes from Gainesville High t ,' CALL TODAY FOR FREEESTIMA'TES e C P RENTALS AVAILABLE Ira:

dry land highway frontage excellent SALE ell ACRESW.II; septic tonk'.((

owner financing good for Homes BeautlfuTo N. Fla. 1 pond/open air barn. $33.500 (P -_

subdividing. Starker Fla. & USEDWe -5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES P STRAWBERRY ACRES: 8'/. acres, owner will help finance.
Commercial Building space for I I W NEW: 25000. Excellent Terms .c( P 'it 1 ACRE 3 BR 2 BA fenced yard. Furnished DW Thermo room. Only

business plus Incom. property. r 964-6766 Finance Our Own 4.87 ACRES: Well septic tank, 17x35(( 32000. Owner motivated.
K1HBYS Talman pool fenced/cross-fenced. 5> JUST REMODELED: All new fixtures, CH/A..Only 25900. 'Hurry--this won'tlastl"

.-- ,.:_ .. -.- : ROYALS 425000. (' !
'"'- :i iiL EUREKAS -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12.500. '. IN TOWN: Corner property. 1.62 acres, only 23000.

HOOVERS -5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. ,5P NICE 2 BR, 2 BA on Silver Lake over 1 acre. 100' waterfront just 65000.

HELP: WANTED ELECTROLUX ell ACRE: Old farm house. Beautiful 'I.' Use a Hammer I 2BR. 1 BA fixer-upper is priced to sell Great Income poten

FILTER QUEENS Oaks $32,500.FOLD tial.
SEARS BUILDING,: In Lawtey $8500.001(, *Buy Nowl Great financing no qualifying on mobile home site with existing

personnel In COMMERCIALWe my'LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE well, septic, electric.
for service military
Openings available prior repair all makes -50 Ac. 50000. Executive home 1784 Sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 BA. Great room with floor to ceiling
the Naval Air Reserve Program In Jax. neighborhood. Make an offer!
'. 3BR 28A Beaut. Land Scaped Lot. fireplace. Quiet prestigious
available In patrol, AI Young'sSince : In one of Bradford best areas. Call now!
Ground and flight crew positions l 39500. Hwy 16 West Lovely lot with owner financing

transport, halo and attacks squadron.Call /2BR 2BA In the Country.. 29900. C, Business very lucrative, bag ice and established LP gas business. All

for furth.r Information. 1957 : .... j Y equipment needed to run operation.
collect 904-772-3351 is In this 3 BR 2 BA Rancher setting with 4'/t acres. Call
9/12 4tchg 10/10 964.6918 (904)( ) 782.3931 I Everything you want
P.O. Drawer MS.lawtey for appointment.
3 Miles north of 301 Ie I Providence: CR 241A. Norwegian Brick 3BR 2 BA CH/A, fireplace Country

Starke on US 301 : living at its best. Pecan trees large workshop.
v 120 Acres In Starke 2 pullet houses farm equipment plus owners home.

.. .... . ........ *Hwy 16W 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A FP, DW mobile home 1980. 28600. Also 2BR
Suzuki Dealer 1 /t BA CH/A with large additions setting on 1 acre
Your Newest (rl( l .ti. JJ,() : CR 227: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A MH with 1 acre and 2 BR 1 BA MH on 1 acre.
1.27 acres.
workshop on
1 BA large
: *
Suzuki of Starke .ijiftibliriri: ; : :q .': .,.D. t.! : .. lIis TI9Nr".119t '\......:. ....... .. *2 Beautiful BR, 1 BA historical CH/A price section reduced of town Owner: You anxious can have to this sell lovely 3 BR 1 BA

I : / N.ft; ;,'..." ,. VV. ":,:. "." ', ; with fireplace Good financing, terms. Call for

.'.;' i'o'6.I'A' ': .. .p\'....;;. jREP.i..p\ : ;.w..' .Qf't.( 4. .. home. Spacious living room

t. U.S. 301 South 964.6020 ;; 3i; ':' /". details.* Country living so easy In this 3 BR, 2 BA home with great room andfireplace

,.'; .. \ i ; f :: i.ji 2 acres of land and owner financing available.
; ; with 2 that
BA home acres
i i $i] : W Union County has to offer an immaculate, 3 BR 2

could be sold as lots. Call and get details now
: r, .. ., r. i e ; i! jP t .t'.M.\i.E\ i- ..:t ; .' Kingsley Lake area: Try this lovely landscaped lot with on Immaculate 3 BR,

f1I' :, .",\ .! '.'., ."A.M ... .M.AIE.D"\. \ .. '- 2 BA MH. Priced In the $20'..

.\... .- +. y auauxr lt RMtAS"J ).SHIERttE. ; Klc; M" !' 1 '/. ACRE lovely building site, past hospital

.: '-{ :wrt II IIE1j 1t e f.R D'r' .:" ** Average Lovely 14': 1 wide acre MH up to on 100.1 acre with workshop, etc.

j ,;: ,of; q tlE e ; lrr:? ,>c: ,q *Neat and Immaculate 2 BR 2 BA MH ont' acre with many extras, priced to
: ,'..,", ;" / ',. .;','., : :.:' : '.! f" ... .. .' sell.

; 'l1! ,I. tS3: ( !,,,r ;;)I !,, '\',; ;.A "i4' .,.;!(<\\i ii rd'fO'! Lovely large country home Priced on 3'/t below acres appraised, nice trees value., landscaped yard

; 'I ,\ '. : @lI t! 1 :'i ;, 9 .. l'' r\ :, r: .: I .Qtt porch* Income patio.producing Call for property details.: 3 units live In I and rent 2 or rent all. Excellent

ISil"( ,.,',. .: : q"I.Ii\/ 7.':'i'I '- location.
;W : :, ..1fMS.TCUr: qf .
::: r. .:I:.; i ';:: ...;ti1: ;;, ... :" f" ,.i'': :\:: :;:'!:!.;, '. : Washington St.: 4 BR, 2BA, hardwood floors, fireplace, large lot Only

.' .IFJ( ''' i i !( (. d'8.' 1u, f..J.' 54000. Assumable mortgage
....' n ...CJ.dg. ,, '.. schools, nice CB 2BR 1 BA needs minor six up. 27000.
': GRAND OPENING ,....1.f"Utq o .I ,: .."," "" : *Close to
.'... \", ..' .' ,. '," ',,', Rd. Small house and versatile building
... "iDUM'S.4f1.; .. CI.'I.q' ,,,.. ;(), ;;, 2.60 acre on corner 301 and Morgan
R '. .,-:. ';'.,jkl. *M IIAgQR "" I If.Jjy. lig\: \;'. ;:',t' : I nice pecan trees

27 and 28 ... ....... .(UEl.'a.u51iM.IIC'' tiI''''' $ ..... ,': ,' 1 + Nice resident or Investment: 3 BR 1 BA. Westmoreland St.
:: September ..'.'J., "I'i'.<",.1. : .,' ." ''. '. JWvSMJacksonville \, \ ,,,,::.I;.. ;." ,', : | From. 2BR 1 BA neat, just ,.mo.d.l.d. price just reduced to 22000.

.: ". '."'J:'""O"IW"'M:fW' .".. ."..:..''(! "".,...<." ..1..i+"...... .. ',,o. .. .

PRIZES. GIVEN AWAY. ., .,. ,,',N..I"E'l."O h,": ;,:. "'"'Vt: ;.. ,t.,,;,.,If:,\#": ,''"" ': '. .':. Susan Manager Faulkner-Reddish Evenings REALTOR'Soles 964-4048

FAT50. Motorcycle 1 Suzuki Helmet 'M. P W. H n'o: ..r'9' : { ; i L. Faulkner 964-5142 REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene Elite Johns 533.2816

I: e 2 Oil & Filter Change iM'crt: ijSJ"!' : ctro.'" C'9t. tn Suzanne Kitchens 964-7630 Bob Matthews 964-7281
'. \ Otlt. .. .. Lou Young 964-7525
and for drawing .
Come by register ; "J.SqrfJua '.A.,." el -

j Prizes away 4:00 p.m. September 28 '.. ,:FlorM. .. o Carol Warner 964-4992 473-7864. Property. Appraisalst Manaaer
( FREE COKE & HOT DOGS '1 1":1t"!
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Page Is SECTION ,'September 12. tMS

I Bradford; .Land Sales ,rUnion.Co.. Want Ads :1 .

and K. HW sold a ....,.., '._ ... I ,. ,
y"tae"the Kranklin Mary
Land sates In &r period June v>through July,,M parcel of land Hampton to Don A. PERSONALSERVICES f'.I !
amounted to it,2t9A8'3, and Elsa P. Halperin 47400. \ "' ;
The following sale' prices are Colon and Marian Thomas sold lot OUT OF AREA Subscribe today/ v 'I'"' ',
of state 4 of Block 24, Simon J. Temple's addition DORMAN MACHINES
determined from the amount National deal: V or 4" well wafer TVPIWMTIRS AND ADDING I UNION COUNTY TIMES
stamps affixed to Warranty to Starke to Florida RENTt Union CountyTlmes, 150
documentary Installation of FOR
Bask for $21,600. pumps nw septic LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIICI OF PROPERTY 496-2261 J
Deeds'recoi'ded during the off tanks, drain fields and lift station. Main Street, Lak. Butler. Phone ? If I don't have it. I'll find ItJust
Mark Olin sold 2.47 acres Meng
the Clerk of C t'Court's for 'Information tin
period with 'e\ 496-2261
Mobil. home poles available. All work ask JANE .S. USHER. REALTOR.
and Carol A.
Road to
office. Dairy guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished -
496-2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR
Bradley for 14400. 964-6385 or 496-2751' $273
tfn9/1 "
Viola C.. Wilson sold a parcel of, Larry W. and Barbara Burns sold NETTLES 2752151.TREE SERVICES Tree removaland month, first last,,and security deposit. Lend UNION For COUNTY Sal. REALTOR. tin 3 .,
land south of Hampton to Theresa 5 acres west of Keystone Heights to Approximately acres
pruning. Also firewood oak and tfn/chg wooded, well and -
and Kenneth J. Brown tar $5QOO.. Willie S. and Beth A. Grtgga for pin. for sat.. Call Thomas Nettles Room In prlvat.home for congenial person tank Partlcally mobile homes okay. Hale septic and't', LEARnAQO
.and Donna T. Bennett nonsmoker, references required
Donald K. 10500. 4963823. tin 12/22 Associates Real Estate, Inc. Call t_
sold 5 acres just west of Lawtey to Charles M. Day and Peggy Ann Work Wanted Experienced In clerlal call 4964067'9/5 2 pd 9/12 496-3939 462-3068.. chg. tin I 10'no
Jay F. and LuAnn Huff for 54000. Smelt sold lot 20 of Semlnold Ridge work, typing Illlng receptionist Experienced Small Two Bedroom trailer $120 per
James C. and Louise Gibbs sold 3 Unit 6, to Charles L. Broward, IIIand In dealing with public. Call month. Coll 496.26001tchg. 9/12 \
acres west of Lawtey to Leroy. Merchant Andrea VaruvJensen for$38,500. 496-2351 Itchg. 9/12 Mobile Home Two bedroom, one bath;' FOR SALESpinetConsole
for $5,500. Arthur Ballard Stone sold lot 19 of unfurnished stove, refrigerator. I
Lila F. Shaw and Ramona M. Seminold Ridge, Unit 6. to Charles CARS & TRUCKS dishwasher, central heat and air, piano Wanted: Responsllbe I
Tomlinson sold lot 14 of Block 8,, L Broward, HI and Andrea Vann- shingle roof wood siding. In town party to take over low monthy y I
Southgate Replat to Ann A.Thornton Jensen for$5,500. Is. Call near schools.$310 per month.Will consider payments on spinet pano.! Can be seen .
1971 Plymouth Duster As $200. rent to own.Call 496-3206 after 6 I
M. Allen for 75000. Construction Inc. locally. Writ. Credit Manager: P.O.
and Betty Gerald Griffis 496-2761. anytime after 3 P.M., ask for 9/12
Donald sold parcel of Subdivisionto P.M. Itpd. Box 537 Shelbyville, In. 46176 9/5 3tpd rrD.
R. Hodges a sold lot 26 of Parkwood Chris. Itpd. 9/12 House Two bedroom,:,on* bath.tUnlur- a
land east of Starke to Marklev John. Cecil A. and Pansy Y. Stanley for 197. Ford LTD Air, Power steering and nlihed In Raiford. Large Yard. Call 9/19 '
Harris Jr. for$T.000. 4500. brakes. Good condition. $ISOO. Call 4311039. Itpd. 9/12 Sears Garden Tractor 16 H.P. B and S
Bradford Land and Cattle Company. Steve Whitehead sold parcel of 496.3814 after 3 P.M. Itchg. 9/12 Engine (New) 3-pt. hitch plow, 4'--! BailteWinter's t
Inc. sold lot 58 of River Bend land on Edwards Road in Starke to blade, and utility trailer Included,

Estates to Ronald E. and Chert V. Steven G., Jr. and Nancy Katheryn .. _._, HOMES FOR SALI 1000.Itpd. 9/12 Call 496-2761, After 2 P.M.
-- -
Norman for$7,800. Denmark for $62,500.Townhouse .
Joan Sumner sold a parcel of landon Enterprises of ,", '
Bedford Lake to Robert P. and Florida Inc. sold lot 9 of Knight's 1399-3 BR, 1 BA.. block, fenced conUer GOVERNMENT HOMESi From $1 I, (U INSURANCE
Gail S. Reck for 18000. Subdivision to Larry C. and Betty Jo lot CH/2 wall air units, In town repair). Also delinquent tax property.for -
Drew B. and Gelsomina Hall sold Call 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 information. MAINES INSURANCI AGENCY 160 S.
Green $4,000. $ 9900. School Dance
of land on Sampson Lake to solda e/$ "'.tpd 10/17 Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978.
parcel Walker B. and Betty Starling 1392X--3 BR. I'/t BA., block. In
Phillip W. and Mary S. Durden for parcel of land on U.S. 301 north of Parkwood S/D. Complete Insurance Service, tfn Classes Now Forming. _

$28.000. ? Lawtey to Henry Tanner for 10000. I386X--3 BR, 1% BA, frame, near. (Don't Be Left Out)

Mark Olin sold 1.08 acres on Meng Kelsey L. Hutchinson sold lots 37& school $23,400. QUALITYTREE Call Now_ -
Dairy Road to Gerald M. Williamsand 38 of Geneva Lake Estates to Robert f402-.Smoll home In Rallord, good For Into: 9646792or
Jacquelyn E. Eaves for 3000. Earl and Mercidease Hardin for condition small lot, $12,500. SERVICE HELP WANTED 964-7098
Farmers and Dealers Bank of $55,000.Rosemarie. '405-3 BR 2 BA., block, corn.r lot,
Lake Butler sold 30.38 acres on S.R. V. Young sold lot 11 of Saratoga HeightsCH/A, carpet VQua//ry// Work Medical Help Dialysis. technician EXCELLENT Ages 4 ft Up

S-237, west of Brooker to James Block 11 of Livingston Stare and drapes, many appliances, $38,500 Reasonable Prices" BENEFITS. Need to be self- Doroth Salazar J
Marvin Rogers for $15.000. Company's addition to to $9,000 down. motivated for position at Union Correctional -
Stevenson Construction Company, Clyde G. and Marvel Columbia for 1411-3 BR 1 BA., on 5 ac., Lawtey, Fully licensed and Insured Institute (This position Is with a
Inc. sold lot 24 of, Lakeview to $29,700. high ceilings, CH/wlndow unit air Serving Bradford Co. for 14 Years private contractor and not a state
Wesley A. and Marvarine Bayes for Steve L. Whitehead sold a parcelof fenced. 'The One to Call Before They foil" prison) No dialysis experience re- Protect Your Home
$49.000. land on U.S. 301 South in Starke to 1412--3 BR, 1 BA on neat shaded lot. quired. Will train for position. Must be
John C.and Dolly Thompson sold 2 Fried Chicken Factory Inc. for home has many extras n.wly 473-2914 flexible with hours. High School And Save 2SX
acres on C.R.S-225 south of Sampson $50,000.J. remodeled CH/A, near Farmers Graduate, some medical technician On All Maintenance Free ExteriorsCut
Lake to L. J. and Audrey R. Kite for Brooks and Helen L. Brown and Market. A real buy for 37900. 964-5647 experience desirable. Apply In psrson- Brick And Stone
i $3.000.L. Jack Courtnay sold lot 4 of Lake 371-Old Telephone Co. Bldg., at North Florida Kidney Center 6685 N. Coquina Shell
W. 9th Blvd. (In park behind North
Oaks to Thaire U. and block good forcommercial Aluminum Siding
Hampton strong Vinyl or
R. Kite sold 4.4 .P Florida Regional Hospital In
J. and Audrey Ethel E. Clark for $6,600. bldg. on Market Rd. ..
Gainesville) 9/5 2tchg. 9/12 TODAY FUR FREE'
S-225 south Sampson CALL
C.R. .
acres on Jack M. Courtnay sold 4.34 acres $13,500, low down. .
Machine wanted. Experience
Lake to Lee Doolittle for $16,865.L. southern Villas Sewing Operators ESTIMATES_ :
in Keystone Club Estates, Unit 1, to but not -
J. and Audrey R. Kite sold 1 for helpful necassory.Apply Homes Beautiful of N. Fla.
Dewey and Linda Walker $13,700. Check on our commercial Investments In person at Lake Butler Ap
acre on C.R. S-225 south of Sampson Plum Valley Investments, Inc. for Highway commercial, I 2 Bedroom apartments now parel. ltchg.9/12 .. Fla.
Lake to Berlin E.Watson and Bonnie sold lot 23 of Plum Valley Harbor to Mobile Home Parks Apts. available with control hoot/air, 964-6766
Hall for $4,000.. Marino J. and Doris E. Calli for 13'N.TomploAv.; .
w/w carpet, drop* Guaranteed Savings
L..J. and Audrey R. Kite sold 3 $5,000. Starke.Fl 32091 ,
acres on C.R. S-225 south of Sampson Jack Courtnay and Associates, G' STROUT'I' -
Lake to Jeffrey and Tina Davis for Inc. sold lot 16 of Geneva Woods to 964.4214 964.7295 ttr .
*$12,000. John R. and Barbara Tubbs for REALTY, I Mornings Evening J. WEAVER

Earle R. and Hazel A. Kraft sold a $13.800.Patrick. INCODTOIATIDMOKH 8/29tfn
parcel of land on U. S. 301 in Lawtey B. and Patricia L. Welch PAINTING

to Randall L. and Susan F. Reddish sold lot 26 of Block 5. Saratoga, I 9e4-S4l 473-3094 End of Season Special
and John H. and Margie S. Tomlinson Heights to Daryl R. and Cathy J. 475-2280
for $32,000.Townhouse. Hilliard for $45,000. I Nationwide swimming pool company
Enterprises of has new 115 quality Inground pools. INTERIOR EXTERIOR
D. David and Daniel A. 'Wants homesltes for display
Florida, Inc. sold lot 10 of Knight's Dorothy pro
Subdivision to Carolyn C.Hodges for David sold lots 5&6 of Indian Beach, gram. Great Saving for homeownerswho NEW CONSTRUCTION
Unit 3, to Huntley's Jiffy Stores, Inc. qualify. New pool concept and REFINISHINGBONDED
$4,000. 1 .best In .business. 100% FURNITURE
for $111,500. lack (Eniirtnau & Associates.; Jar. warranty
Leslie H. and Hannah R. Nugent Ronnie C. and Norita V. Davis solda financing. Immediate credit a INSURED
sold lots 4,6 and 8 of Block 3 of the parcel of land in Woodlawn to available. Florida State Certified, In. WORKMANSHIP
Original Town of Starke to David Michael D. and Teresa A. Vanzantfor cured Bonded. QUALITY

Jones, Jr. for 20000. $12,000. MOBILE HOME LOTS \.. ,399-5685 Phone Collect J I: FREE ESTIMATES
Hazel T. Markham sold lot 32 of
Keystone Club Estates Unit 1, to -= -
,Hattie Sue Wilkinson sold parcel Ruth R. Pangburn for $58,500. From '/. acr. to 2.5 acres. Newly opened section has com Ii-

oUand in Wpfldiawn to John C: and > Mary Halliday sold Tract A of Santa munity water. That lots can b sold complete( with septic .
Norma J.,Wood for tf.OOU Fe Shores to Donald E. and tank and power pole. "1**-*"' M' .a'. w.!"< ., ? .. 'iI', CYPRESS MULGH. h'.'''!; h: "

Arthur J. Strickland and Jewel Dorothy Bobby L.T.Gies and for Michelle$37,500.G. Smith From $41.00 per month a Call for, details. & PINE BARK' 1

Casey sold a parcel of land on North sold lot 3 of Block A, Dalewood Subdivision
Orange Street in Starke to Leslie Hand to Van B. and Rebecca M. Also, several Farm Home approved lots. ,
Hannah R. Nugent for 11500. Dubolsky for $56,000. You pick-up or We deliver ':. I'

Richard A. and Muriel C. Fuller Van Wayne and Paritia M. Bennett Realtor/Builder 473-7060 I' Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
sold a parcel of land in ,
land East Call
sold a parcel of on '
Street in Starke to Gregory M. and Woodlawn to Nancy Bennett and CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING

Annette Pusateri for 50000. Marycille D. Bennett for $49,000. .


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Shelley Opening Soon ,
from page \ Y .
Commercial Storage

Shelley stays busy recruiting tisement at the Finals in Las Vegas. Building
sponsors to help finance her run for Anyone who wishes to contribute Reserve Your Space Now Carpet (Any C8 41Q5 Scotchgani

the crown. In return for financial may write: Miss Rodeo, 4828 Iy calling Doug Room HAH I Is

backing sponsors are receiving compensation Wheeler Ave., Jacsonville Fla. 964M48C&CMinlSfor Cleanlnq & Hal!) in.1 Available
including national adver- 32210 or may call: (904) 4734856.

.f. Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.


dandling..* from page 1 -M. specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wafl to wall carpet, furniture clean-

... .
-:. and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality
Tenant units in the facility include: The Installation Support Unit 927th .. -' Ing
Medical Company 653rd Engineer! Company, Headquarters and Head- work at low,low prices. Cal now to make an appointment
quarters Detachment, 3rd Battalion, 20th Special Forces GroupABN), Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
the 164th Air Defense Artillary and the 107th Public Affairs Detachment. Calli
Representatives from various levels of city and county government. are Call 964-4997 -

expected to attend the dedication of the new armory. i i Villow PI\lIIIn\ local phone book M Walk Buirintted
"Our goal of readiness for our guard units has been strengthened over
i, the past five years." Lt. Col. Swindull said. "With the continued supportof I;' -

the local community and the intensive training of our units we expect to '
able to continue these positive steps in the future." AEAITOR'

Yeur UalonCeunty ReeHm

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scheduled months, must pay $100 court cost on '
cases were
on The Docket Day Calendar each count and violate no laws. "THE BEST INVESTMENT YOU'LL, EVER: MAKE"BUY

Sept. 3, the following defendants Johnel McCray pled while guilty license'of three NOW.while Interest rates are going down. DANIEL CRAPPS AGENCY, INC. 1
received before counts driving than they were 3
final disposition Your monthly payments will be much lower today
'Judge Pierce. suspended, fleeing attempting to months ago.... Route 13, Box 1166, US 90 West

elude and wilful-wanton reckless CALL NOW ._ TODAY.... ..;.... ... ..CheckitoutlUFOR l I Lake City, Florida 32055 :
sentenced to 30 days jail .
Barbara Anne Carroll pled no con- :,/
((904) 755-5110
on each count to run consecutively.Time ;
test retail theft placed on probation SALE
six months must violate no will run concurrently with 3 BR Home,one block' from Main St.10.rooms and fenced. yard.Brand new
laws, pay $35 court costs. time (one year) now being.served roof. Owner will finance. Ready to move In. i

Ralph Edward Griffis pled guilty'driving for a felony charge,. A, Best Describe.. *4 ACM LOT ON 239-A overlooking, a beautiful, rolling _"' .".. Nicely, I
while Intoxicated, fined Lee Starling, Jr. pled guilty and this hom.with 7 acres of pa.tur.ond
Louie Town Country lovely i>,I BA Build that home on this lot! ONLY $12.900:
$1,149.50, must attend DWI school, to criminal mischief placed on six large oak trees here In Lake luster MUST $E/....enced *cross fenced for Wooded*SLAUGHTER lot. HOUSI. Meal new Wrapping Business, 4 BR Dbl-Wid.Home PLUS 10acres I
placed on Salvation Army probationone months probation Salvation Army livestock. Could possibly .be used es Trailer' Park or divided Into privet of land for only $100.000
year driver's license revoked make restitution and pay $200 court home .It... CALL TODAY...HI TODAY. I *COOL LIVING In this ipeclal-order mobile home on a 2 acre wooded lot.Just
,ten years. costs. 3 In 1 ...This lovely Country Home has unique opportunity. First Its e lovely off SIM 8. Feel those gentle breeiet from the large oak as you sit on the cool
James D. Deleruyelle pled no con Babara Klondes pled guiltyto 3 or 4 85. 2 BA, Country style home ", /C",... trimmed GIlA room accenting ) $32.300. j
Jean screened porchl
without a deck off of patio. Second
'test to resisting arrest of cannabis, fined beautiful fireplace. Added feature pool *CLIAN AND NIAT AS A WHISTLIt This 3 BR 2 BA hom.locatod just off
violence wilful-wanton reckless,, possession ,there ere B for smell type farming plus ,
and three months Salvation appro acres 239-A on 6 acres of land. Two barns Included with this home, a closed-ln barn ,
driving fleeing ,or attempting to $184.50 but not least a concrete clock building mekea It possible for e ham.
A barn. This home has rooms that could turn this home Into a 6 BR i
an '
elude; placed on court probation aix i. Army probation. business opportunity. Don't pus this by..LO"d on SR23 near 111100. 10 open Ideal for those large families $81,000.
._ ......... MUST HI TO APPRICIATI. home
minute from Sterke,Breaker and Lake '
*120 ACRES OF EXCEL FARMLAND Two 60 acre tracts of land. A nice fishing
Call today for Appointment to HI...- ': pond Is located on one 60-acre tract. Just off 239A. All 120 acres for lust
I Classes Set Shaw Subdivision- I1. 1% BA concrete block-ham. close' to MC or '
Gymnastics .. ...... 120000.
downtown lak. luster Will else rent with, Option" te Buy,Centred .
*BUY A PIECE OF PARADISE. Gorgeous 2.5 to 5 acre lots In the Providence

and classes once a week at Ready to occupy. a ..,font. 3 II. 1 IA ft area. Heavily wooded. Excellent homesltes. Only $3,000 per acre.
Gymnastics classes for boys All meet *HANDY MAN ".OAL......... lak. Butler .
girls ages 3 and up will start Tuesday the Starke Recreation Dept. on plumbed for % BA fixtures already: Has I acre ,In nice. Countrynolh"'rhoo4. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES U r
September 17. The BH Center North Temple. Fee for the 6-week ,
Reedy own nee T.l.C.
child. *1.76 ACRE LOT ON TIGER LAKE In Suwannee County. Beautiful wooded lot.
for Health and Fitness has three session is $30 per .
Nice quiet neighborhood. Tiger lake Estates $12,000
of classes scheduled:. Tiny WANTID .
types and Intermediate .... nice home between f( end lake ButUr with PO L.Call B TO 300 ACRESI 100 acres In 5 year old pines. Just north of While Springs 100
Tots Beginners, Super Gainesville
wooded and 100 acres subdivided Into lots of S .
The Tiny Tots class ages 3-5, will Registration for all classes will be buyer waiting acres acreage acres or more.But ,
meet from 3-3:30 p.m. or3:3CHp.m. held at the BH Center for Health & th. whole 300 acres or just a part. All 300 acres for only$330,000. :

I The Tiny Tot clan is limited to I Fitness, 922 E. Call St., Monday IINTAS .
'f"..r; children per class: The Beginnersclass through Friday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. or Heve Super. Nice Rental look.. Brand Mew .........Wall papered. :,.In..*a I After Ham :i.
Gale Ialtlett"'e-277'
Intermediates, age 6,and<
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New Suzuki Shop Owner...
H you Ikt peepto and
Bill Craven new owner of the Suzuki Motorcycle Shop In Starke, Hands
Ike this
( beside some of his finest money, you'l
k multi-cylinder machines street bikes that will
f 0r propel their riders up to the speed limit and beyond In the blink of an eye. Job. Demonstrate toys
Craven Is a former resident of Jacksonville and has been Into motor. and gifts now through
,w cycles"for the better part of my life"and says he Is ready to assist riding November. Free samples
1r enthusiasts In the three-county area. and Car and
,c / + Craven's shop features a complete line of bikes riding gear and accessories training.
t and complete service, phone required. 'Cal today
.don't delay.

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I Bradford Traffic Court Finals I Greet you promptly 0 0 i 1.

2 Treat YOU in a friendly and) courteous manner? 0 0 z

3 Make you(eel/important as a customer? . . . . 0 0 i
The following defendants appear- cost; guilty improper driver license Kary F. Padgett pled guilty
ing September 3 before Judge must pay $25 costs. possession of cannabis, placed on six 4. Show interest in determining and satisfying your automotive needs? _. . .. 0 0 4

George H. Pierce in Bradford County Kevin Hampton Hutson pled no months court probation, must pay 5 Answer your questions in an honest manner? . .., . . . .. . D 0 5
Court received final dispositionsfor contest speed too fast for conditions $50
traffic violations. must pay $25; no tag, dismissed; Union court Guidance cost and Clinic.attend Bradford- 6. Thoroughly present the vehicle's features and benefits? . . . . .. . 0 0 6.

failure to report accident, must pay 7 "Display sufficient knowledge of Oldsmobile products? . .. . . . . . 0 0 7 ,
Marion Lee pled guilty impropertag $25; leaving the scene of accident, . . .. 0 0
fined$24.50. dismissed. 8 Offer a demonstration test drive . . . a

Jimmy Carroll Lee pled guilty James Harold Johns pled no con FLA.TWIN THEATRE 9 Handle your transactions in a businesslike manner? . . . ... . .. ? 0 0 9

driving while license suspended test no tag, fined $24.50; no contest . . . . 0 0
Starke 964.5451 10 Make all costs clear and precise? -r . .. . 10
(DWLS); fined $105.75; guilty DWLS lined $105,75.Paul .
unlawful speed, fined $34.50; guiltyno Allen Keirnan pled guilty STARTS FRIDAY 11. Arrange prompt delivery after the car arrived at the dealership? . . .. 0 ann .

tag, fined $24.50. DWLS, produced valid license must 12 REVIEW WITH YOU THE CONTENTS OF THE OWNER'S MANUAL? . .. . :. DUD
Tony Albritton pled guilty DWLS; pay $25 court costs.
fined $105.75.Lavern Tom Lindsey, Jr. pled guilty 13. Explain the warranties . . . .. . 0 .13.

Marks pled guilty DWLS, DWLS, fined $105,75. 14 Explain the maintenance schedule . . . ,. . 0 0 14.
fined$105,75.Leon Curtis Gene Bennett pled guilty 1'6c
Gray Mitchell pled guilty DWLS, fined $105.75; unlawful 15. Explain or demonstrate the operation of the features/options at delivery? 0 0 15

wilful-wanton reckless driving, fined speed, t lined $34.50.Misdemeanor. 16. Inspect your now Oldsmobile with you at delivery . . . : ". 0 0 16.
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New Starrno
$132.Michael Polk 17. Deliver your new Oldsmobile clean and in good condition . . 0 0 17.
Randolph pled guilty
HicHael X Fox
improper or unsafe equipment, 18 Provide a full tank of fuel . 0 0 isn .
dismissed; guilty no valid drivers Court es' saet T.Tk.tafurr '
19. Express for business 0 19.
appreciation your .
license (NVDL), fined $105.75. The following defendants received Friday 7:10.9:05
Leroy Burton pled guilty DWLS, final dispositions in county misdemeanor Sat.. Sun. 5:10: 7:10: 9:05: 20 Contact you after the delivery to determine your satisfaction? 0 0 20.
fined $105.75 and.sentenced to ten court Sept. 3. Mon. TUB. Wed. Thur. 7:45:
days in jail (on weekends). Frederick Myers pled guilty of SCREEN Z
Malcolm Charles Bradley pled no criminal mischief, fined $132. We it in
contest DWLS, fined 10575. Cheryl I L. Pugsley pled guilty worthless put writing.
Geraldine G. Lee pled guilty check, restitution made must EItIENC
DWLS, produced valid license and pay $29.50 court costs
paid $35 court costs. William Miles Sanders pled guilty

NVDL Raymond, fined Tyson$105.75 pled must guilty make selling beverages, giving to persons or serving under alcoholic the age We promise to greet you sionals' Selling System puts it all in

restitution of $60. ol 19; placed on 60 clays court probation warmly. Promise to answer your writing. It's designed to make buy
Regina Lynne Hill charged with must pay $35 court costs. Friday 7:05, 9:00 PS13
NVDL, produced.valid license and Jayne M. Mcaulilfe pled guilty Sat, Sun 5:05. 7.05: 9.00 questions promptly. Promise to ing an Olds at our dealership a
paid $19.50 court costs. worthless! check, !show proof of Mon Tim Wnd Thur 7-30 deliver what we promise, when we totally satisfying experience.
Winston Dion Kelley pled guilty restitution and pay $29.50 court
fleeing or attempting to elude I lined costs. 301 DRIVE-IN promise. Then, we'll follow up after Stop in soon and you'll find

..$105.75...,Robert C. Li charged with. William check Haefeker,ordered pled show guilty proof worthless ot-. Starke 964.7484 the sale to ensure your complete, out you're #1 with us..
ijnUwful speed. ftaediiljraJ' pled v*fi .!:2:'cCtUCutiari: : ami) pay $29.50 court eostt- '' Fri. Sat.. Sun.. Mon. satisfaction. -- In fact, we put it
rjjonnnie L. Alexander not Roger Wayne Fincherpled no con-
guilty to NVDL and paid $10 cash. test battery, must pay $35 court Our Par Excellence Profesin writing. '
Dale Vincent Fountain pled guilty costs
DWLS fined $105.75. Robert James Bullock pled no contest -
Ronnie Risby pled guilty unlawful battery, must pay $35 court '
speed fined $64.50; guilty DWLS costs.
fined$105,75.Michael Ronald Lloyd Byers pled no contest -
Graham Spengler pled disorderly conduct, fined PLUSCHRISTINE 111
guilty improper tag, must pay $25 $105.75. CHEV-OLDS

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Visitor at Clay Coopfor 301 MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL U.f.Ml N.nk ,..,KrtK T" A...... I.......,...".. 12"
Adults .... $1.50 T.I lwtwM.../...-'IOO*Mimtlll..../ua.'I'"*J. k>...lll.H4/1M.tlM

33 cooperatives. Islam also served leasing: area. He also visited all the Children .... SO .' ,. .. .. .. .. -- I
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as project manager in charge of operating areas at the headquarters ._- 'r_- -
building substations and rural lines facility, and observed some crews in
for newly organized cooperatives.While the field. Islam was impressed with
at Clay Electric Islam Clay Electric's modern equipment, QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
toured several substations the such as trucks that drill holes and
meter and repair shops the lift power poles into place. PRICE
warehouses at Keystone Heights and Beer Wine Mixers
Orange Park the central dispatch "This type of work is done by handin
control confer and the compiit'-r pro- Bangladesh," Islam said. Homeownedand
; It's Wise to Shop at a

Homeoperated Price Wise store.
Card of Thanks

council.Thanks to citizens of Hampton for your support in my election of city Check Our Many In-Store Specials

George. Werre


The class of I960! and the Reunion Committee \\oultlllke to thank the
following businesses! und pl'rson'i11.0 donated und helped us put on the Wild, !J Adsolut
25th: Otiss Reunion.

BoJangles of Orange Park Wendy'sAdverlureLand A Seams
Video Leila's Dress! Shop
Community State BankWilson's Western! Steer Steakhouse
Florist Hrlllrord.Ful'lliture 750 LTR ..., 70 Sn .a 7 07ng
BJjnl>oo'Import, .. Florida Theater 750 ...- ... :' tesQraaa 750 tm.on
Bradford Co.1'elt'grllph. ;Mitchell's Drugs WllDiramtl '! r{; 5g9u
Sl.uke Shoe Shop Suu>er-Slade Gas Co. CANADIAN 7 9 w 1twA,. .. .:::; .. ; Gs:
WW Professional Bar-B-Q Service! Putnam.. MedcnreStlppllesSonny's Pep-O-Gas 999 5" MIST- -:.:; .;:";., 949

Jackson Building Supplies Register Oil
Hl'Mst'ntIoody.: .Sot/man Starke Country Club -'
Attorney at l.uwD.uis. ,
;Monk, Farnsuorth& Co. .
und the following individuals:
Mrs: Betty Ouskins Shuford Mrs. Beverly Matthews ,
Mr I'd''l ;Matthews Conner Sherle:McKee ...
;MI. ''':('Il'ndoll, Photographer Dean Black\\t'II: DJ .....
WDSR Radio Lake City Bartle Jose
A very special thanks! Margaret; Dinkins! Stallings for her tireless Ruinite
effort for putting the progrann'und name tags! together and her Don Q Calvert Chivas & Cuervo
employer, Media Marketing; in Gainesville.Our Lambrusco I ILTR
apologies if \\e have omitted anyone again thanks! to all for Rum Extra Regal _-Jaynees: Tequila
our ln'st daM! minion yet. j, 750
.. Class tf I960 ,' 750 750' 4 Pk 750
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Qi 1499SKEYSTONE 2.99 White Only
.; a Steam Ded1q e 599 399 .. 799v;, rr
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f c Our Special Will End on Sept. 14th WALDO HEIGHTS Jesslss Lounge
301 Liquors
Model A Lounge
r NOW ,OPEN MONDAYS"We Lounge Mile North of 801 N. Tempts Ave.
3 Miles North of, Highway 21 North 301 North
Like To Keep You Looking Good"118S.TIion.pSQ Waldo on U.S. 301 Keystone Heights Starke' on U.S. 301 "y.S.964-8080
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Obituaries- TOYOSTOVE "r,


Mr. Hobble L. Shaller Nora M.B.HarrisMrs. Dr.John E. Malnes III shown loved during one.the illness and death of a LAYAWAY, ,

Mr. Robbie Lee Shaller, 68, of Nora Mary Brooker Harris, Dr. John E. Malnes HI, 50, of our Special thanks to Halle Funeral' '
Starke, died Saturday,September 7, 83, of Brooker died Monday in the Mobile ii1obife.orn Ala. died unexpectedly Sun- Home,Rev. L. R.Davis, Mrs.' Annie '
at Hit VA Hospital in Lake City. University Nursing Care Center day in Pearl Hall, Mrs. Cris Harmon and SALESAVE
Horn December 28, 1916 In Lake after a long illness.,. In Gainesville and graduatedfrom the pallbearers. May God ever bless
Butler, Fla., Mr.Shaller was retired Mrs. Harris was the grand- Gainesville High School, Dr. you all.
from Winkler Electric. He was a daughter of Silas Edward Brooker, Maines moved to Mobile from New Mrs.Sallie Williams&Family NOW'AT SUMMERTIME PRICESPAY
member of St. Edwards Catholic who was the founder of Brooker. A Orleans five years ago.A .
Church, the American Legion life-long resident of Brooker. Mrs. research pharmacologist, Dr. Card of ThanksThe LATER WHEN YOU SAVE ON ,HEATING BILLS
HPOE Elks Lodge 1802, and servedIn Harris was a retired cottage parentat Mamas had graduated from Florida family of Nora Brooker Har-
the U.S. Army during World War. the Sunland Training Center and a Southern College in Lakeland and ris would like to thank everyone for
received his masters and doctorate
11. member of the Windsor Baptist all the expressions of sympathy and THE WORLD'S LARGEST lulu a uI II
from Tulane University. He
Survivors include his wife,Peggy Church. was active -
kindnesses shown to us at our time of
in several professional SELLING BRAND OF 1 1KEROSENEHEATERS
Shaller; one stepdaughter, Peggy Survivors Include three sorrow. A special thank' to
Godwin of Starke; two stepsons, daughters, Deanna Tetstone ofBrooker'j organizations, was widely published Brother Mike Redmond and Univer-you
William Tilley of Starke and Don R. Helen Peoples of Windsor in his field and had lectured Interna- sity Nursing Care Center.Your kind-
Tilley of Orange Park; one brother, .McKay of tionally. He was a Baptist. ness will always be remembered.
Charlie Shaller of Lake Buller. Gainesville; six sons, Daniel R. Survivors Include four sons: JohnE. ,
Funeral services were held White of Groveland,Paul White and .Maines IV of Gainesville,Stewart From the Family 1 "ii 6 uu
September 9 at St.Edwards Catholic Anthony O. White, both of William Maines and James Kirby Card of ThanksThe u u u i .
Church with Father Joseph Finlay Gainesville, Peregrine E. White of Mains both of New Orleans, and --
and Father Ernest Brunelle of Brooker, Kenneth D. White of Timothy York Maines of Auburn, family of the late Hanson R. F
ficiating. Burial followed in Crosby Daytona Beach and Franklin Gene Ala.; and two grandchildren.Card McMillan and T. B. Rogers wish to
Lake with Jones Funeral express our sincere appreciation to White Clean
Cemetery, White of Titusville; 37 grandchildren -
Home in charge of arrangements.Mrs. : and 39 great- of ThanksThe our many friends for their acts of ?ff KSA 105
and kindness
love shown to us duringour '
grandchildren.Broward. family of the late Ella M. times of sorrow. Aadlant peon
Tucker wishes to thank the many M.G.McMillan,Rebecca M.
Jean Lewis E. AkridgeMr. friends for the many! acts. of kindness Bacchus &Hjalmar M. Wilson :

Mrs. Jean McKay Lewis, 65, of Broward E. Akridge, 71, of ,
Lake Geneva, died September 8, in Bessent Rd.,Starke,died September KSA 120
Bradford Hospital following a short 5 in Bradford Hospital after a 22,700 BTU
illness. lengthy illness. STARKE LANES Most Powerful In the U.S.Double .
Born August 27, 1920 in Drake, Born April 23, 1914 in Cairo,
Ohio, Mrs. Lewis was a homemakerand Georgia, Mr. Akridge was retired 1612 N. Temple Ave. Jh i
a member of St. Alfreds Churchin from the State of Florida Depart-
Taylor, Mich.Survivors ment of Corrections. He owned and NEW MANAGEMENT 1-
include three operated Akridge's Taxi Service in I ;
daughters, Thomaseen Lewis of Starke from 1942 to 1979. Fall Leagues are Forming Rainbow
Dearborn Hts., Mich., Michele Survivors include his wife, MaryJ. 1182
Gardner and Melinda Lewis, both of Akridge of Starke; his mother, Need Individuals & Teamsfor
Pompano Beach, Fla.; four sisters, Katy M.Akridge Bass of Cairo,Ga.; Double Clean
Gilette Schram of Ocala, Fla., four daughters, Mary Elaine the following days & times. Clean KRA 10
Madelyn Adanich of Cleveland, Crawford of Starke, Eula Mae RCA 87LLessEmlulons
Ohio, Louise Howard of Phoenix, Crews of Jacksonville, Alma Jane
Az., and Helen Feldhausen of Scottsdale Packham of Theressa, and As Low, As $5995
Az., and 7 grandchildren. Elizabeth Jean Hutchins of Live any
Funeral services were conducted Oak; six sons, Edgar George Monday 7:30: Mixed Scratch team kerosene heater In the
p.m. ((5 )
Sept. 7 at Jones Funeral Home Akridge of Keystone, Edward W. per U.S.PREPARE
Chapel in Keystone Hts.,with burial Akridge and James Edwin "Dick" Tuesday 7:00: p.m. Mjxed! Handicap ((4 per team) NOW
following at Mt. Hope, Allen Park, Akridge,Eddie Lee"E.L."Akridge,
Taylor Michigan. Emmett B. Akridge, all of Starke, Wednesday 9:30: a.m. Mixed Handicap ((4 per team) FOR A COLD WINTERDon't
and Curtis Allen Akridge of
Theressa; 24 grandchildren and 8 6:30: p.m. Mixed Handicap ((5 per team)
Mrs..Ruby Knorr greatgrandchildren.Graveside go through another winter without a Toyostove Portable Heater.
Mrs. Ruby Mae Silcox Knorr, 62, funeral services were Thursday 6:30: p.m. Mixed Handicap ((5 per team) Come In and see the many models available at the lowest prices of the
of Baltimore, Md.,died September 5 held September 8 at Crosby Lake 6:45: p.m. Ladies Handicap ((4 per team)
after a brief illness. Cemetery, with Rev. Lester Austin
Born November 22, 1922 in Lake and Rev. Ralph Coleman officiating. Friday 7:00 p.m. Mixed Handicap ((4 per team) year.BRYAN'S
Butler, Mrs. Knorr was a retired Funeral arrangements were con-
bookkeeper with Burming Paint Co., ducted by Jones Funeral Home of Saturday 10:00: a.m. Youth LeaguesFOR
a former member of Kingsley Lake Starke.
Baptist, and was in the U. S. Navy FURTHER INFORMATIONDial ACE
during World War II as a Wave. Mrs.Lillian L. Hall 964-8175 Ask for Janet
Survivors include her husband, Mrs. Lillian Lauree Hall, 75, of
George Knorr of Baltimore; one son, Hampton died Sunday at North Janet & Don want you to 301 South Starke
Dave L.Jackson of Baltimore; three Florida Regional Hospital following Come
brothers, Lacy B. Silcox of Starke, a long illness. on out to where (Next to Norman's Market)
Henry P. Silcox of Jacksonville and Born in Broxton, Ga., Mrs. Hall the fun times roll. GO3& 964.4642
George C. Silcox of Orlando; three moved to Hampton 62 years ago.She
sisters, Fannie Silcox and Alice was a homemaker and a member of .
Jenkins, both of Starke and Doris the Christian Church in Hamptonand
q Rosier of Palatka; and two grand. the Senior Citizens of Hampton.
sons. Survivors include her husband,
Funeral services were held Lynn Hall of Hampton; two
September 9 at Kingsley Lake Baptist daughters Margaret Crawford of DON'T MISS FABULOUS SELECTION
Church with Rev. Donald Willis Hampton and Lucille Burk Hart of
and Rev. Ed Kirkland.officiating. Perrlnne; two sons, John Hall of
Burial services followed in Kings Stone Mountain, Ga., and Eugene
Lake Cemetery. Jones Funeral Hall of Earleton Beach; one brother
Home of Starke was in charge of ar Henry Lee Croft of Waldo; 19 grandchildren 4

rangements.Let the BH.--Center.-- and 14...great. grandchildren.for-- I ilBUlloLEASE rt J

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Sign up during September for a one-year membershipto Clear Coat Paint, Digital Clock, Individual Wipers, Floor Mats, Power Steering, Visor Vanity Mirror Warn.
the BH Center and become eligible for the
drawing for the cruise you ing Chimes Air Tinted Glass Full Size Spare AM/FM Stereo Cass.-Console Sports Instrumentation '

Tilt Wheel Speed Control. Dual Mirros Light/Convenience/ Group Power Lock Group Automatic Tran- I I

Leave on the Star Ship Royale from Port Canaveral to Nassau and saxle.
an Out Island. Includes shipboard accommodations,ocean trans :

portation, port charges, meals and entertainment for two. Some *

restrictions apply. Plus Sales Tax .". ;.' !

Drawing October 1 at the BH Center for Health and Fitness. 48 month lease 8.750/0 7"J O/ 48 month i

(Do not have to be present to win) 9,392 Selling Price /O Financing :

The one-year recreational and comprehensive memberships
the BH Center Include: 8O O/ 60 month I i

Nautilus machines /O
Financing I
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