Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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September 19, 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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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A high pressure ridge north of here means there may not.bee too Two Section K
much of a chance of rain today (Thursday, Sept. 19). SECTION At 12 Pog>
A minimum amount of rainfall is expected. A 20 to 30 percent N.wi . . . . .. .1.3A 1 I LL ti I 1t
chance of rain is expected today, tonight, and Friday. Lows in the Editorial. . . . . .. .4A
70s and highs in the 80s. Sport . . . . . 11.12A
Extended outlook through Sunday Is for partly cloudy weather Social I Dolngt. . .. .. .. i-IOA Ltii b
with the 70s.afternoon showers and thunderstorms,highs in the 80s, lows. in Public Notlcvi. . . . .IDA p

A 2-inch rain and accompanying high winds last Thursday was SECTION Bi 12 Pag.(
the big deal of the week, with only scattered showers afterward. Building Boom . . . . IB
Thirty year rainfall average for August Is 8.1 inches,for September Clarinetist . . . . . IB
5.46 inches. Fort Motaniai. . . . . .48
30-year average rainfall January-September is 45.41 inches. So Now .rl.... . . . .1I-12B The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
far in 1985, some 47 inches of rain has been recorded. Want Ads . . . .'-10.
Ar.o Death. . . . 12B 107th Year STAKKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
9th Issue Thursday September 19. 19115 USPS 062-700

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: r -' Residents of Starke may face higher electric bills electric costs, but "they weren't willing to spend a few
,# r 'November 1 because of a complaint to the Public Ser- bucks to save money."
hs ji y vice Commission concerning power rates here. Commissioners said the city's cost of supplying
Starke commissioners passed a half-cent increase in power had been reduced over the last year and those
residential electric rates Tuesday night, Sept. 17, to adjustment passed along to all city customers. A
become effective Nov. 1, if passed by the PSC. It will fuel charge had been added to customer'sbills
increase the electricity charge to an average city user only three of the past 12 months,Clerk Neil Tucker
by $4 or $5 per month.CommissIoners said, and those charges were very small.
were told that the charges for com-
mercial and residential customers would have to be Bill Weldon, superintendent of power resources said
,; brought closer together or the PSC would come in and the tie-ins completed this past year have saved the city
r order rate changes. Bill Peebles, an attorney for the $35,000 to $50,000 per month in power cost. In the past,
l ; k 3 Florida Municipal Utilities Association, said the PSC the structure remained the same while the cost of
+ has the power was raised or lowered adjusting the monthly
ti ., authority to order the city to revise the rate by
structure. fuel adjustment charge. The charge began during the
Peebles said the trend of the PSC is to have about the time when diesel fuel costs skyrocketed.
same rate set for residential service or business. He Electric rates for general service commercial
said a study had shown that the cost of providing powerto customers is now two cents higher per kilowatt hour
residences or businesses is about the same. than residential customers pay.
S "It was Starke's turn to get PSC attention," Peebles Residential customers pay 6.45 cents per kilowatt
'l said. Ocala is also being told by the PSC to change its hour for the first 1,000, or$64.30. The proposed increase
'? residential rates. would make the rate 6.95 cents per kilowatt hour for the

The complaint from Elwood Shore of Uniform first 1,000, or $69.50, up .005 per KWH or $5 per month.
S e Manufacturing Co. of Starke prompted the PSC action, General service accounts pay $9 service charge per
Peebles said. Shore apparently called the PSC and said month.
business rates were out of line, Peebles said. It was the
! 1985-86 Bradford High Majorettes... only complaint received from Starke, city officials say. Commercial users pay 9.15 cents per kilowatt hour
i I Donna Langley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Jim Langley Commissioner Vernon Silcox said it was unfortunatethat for the first 1,000, or $91.50.
II Six of the seven majorettes for the Bradford High the PSC had Tucker said the residence in Starke 800
of Morgan Road, Starke. Not pictured is Leanna Bar- to become involved. He said the city average uses
,I. Marching Band are l-r): field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Barfield of could have had other options besides raisingeveryone's kilowatt hours per month, which would increase rates
Front row- Kim Casey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. residential for electricity $4 month.
Brooker. rate I if the complaint had been per
G' James Casey of Starke; Donna Parado, captain and The 70-member Fighting Tornado band will perform made to the city commission. The rate hike will not go into effect unless approved by
"I. j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton Commissioner Charles the Public Service Commission. Peebles told the
Schaefer com-
tomorrow night. Sept. 20, at the BHS-Fernandina foot- pointed out that the
r Lake and of Mr. and Mrs.
Roslayn Taylor, daughter
had been advised
ball in Fernandina. company by city employees of some
Dewey Taylor of Starke. Back row- Anna Ward, After the game the band members have set a rock-a- changes that could be made in their plant to reduce (See City Electric >
t of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward of LorrieI
; daughter Lawtey; thon to raise funds for the band. They will rock in the <
I J King daughter of Ms. Pat King of Lake Butler, and
.I.II i iI BUS band room until 10 a.m. Saturday. 4


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S Penalty.Set On.Late.DriVepIJcense- rApplicationsTux Collector Fees Go Up : ;; <(

Drivers applying late for a new your license tag permit still expiresat taglet requiring annual renewalm i his proof may be a receipted form RP decals for mobile homes $2.50.
1 Gator QB Club... license will pay a penalty after Oct. midnight on your birthday! The conjunction with motor vehicle 2290 from IRS or copy of 2290 and (Boat) vessel registration, $2.25.
1, from $5 to $250 depending on the new penalty is authorized under Sec- registration, and annual certifica- photostatic copy of front and back of (Boat) vessel titles, $3.75.
; The Gator Quarterback Club will amount of the license tax. .. tion 320.07 of FL Statutes, House Bill tion from your doctor. It also in- your check.Increase. Fishing, hunting, trapping
: meet again next Thursday, Sept. 1392 effective 10/01/85. creases the cost of the initial permitto licenses, $1, up from 50 cents.
26, prior to the Mississippi State several The penalty schedule is: $5, and allows for the issue of one in Tax Collector'sService Effective June I, 1986, water fowl
game with a member of the UF That is just one of the new 1985 LICENSE TAX: additional permit to any applicant Fees... In an effort for stamp fees will be 50 cents, up from
Athletic Dept. as speaker.The laws and changes passed by tax ...of $ 5, but not more than $25, a who demonstrates that an additionalone state mandated services to rely less 25 cents.
Club will not meet tonight Florida Legislature affecting penalty of $5. is needed. SB-33 also deleted the on county taxes to carry the burdenof Effective June 1, 1986, management
(Thursday, Sept. 19) because of the collectors offices Bradford all over the state and, ...over $25, but not more than $50, provison that allowed moving the subsidizing these services, Senate area stamp fees will be $1, up
open date. including County, a penalty of $10. permit from one vehicle to another, Bill No.832, the fees for services provided from 50 cents.Effective .
Rip O'Steen Is leading the which go into effect Oct. 1 about or Jan.the 1. ...over$50, but not more than$100, and authorized an increase in fines by the tax collector have been June 1, 1986, duplicate
membership drive with* 9 new For answers to questions the tax a penalty of $15. for unlawful use of the permits of up basically increased by $1.25. fishing/hunting license fees will double -
.Gator QB'ers signed.Seminole new collector's laws or office changes 9646280., phone ...over $100, but not more than to $100. from 50 cents to $1. Freshwater
Boosters... The new laws are: $400, a penalty of $50. For instance, the tag service fee fish/frog dealer license fess will dou-
...over $400, but not more than for issuing a license tag, will be$2.50 ble, from 50 cents to $1.
The next meeting of Bradford- $600, a penalty of $100. beginning Oct. 1, 1985, up $1.25 from
Union Seminole Boosters is set Penalty for Late Renewal of ...over $600 and up, a penalty of Proof of Use Tax Paymenton $1.25. These fee amounts are retained Replacement of Motor Vehi-

tonight (Thursday, Sept. 19) at at Your Tag... A delinquent fee $250. GVW Trucks BeforeRegistrationRenewal. by the tax collector and used to cle License Plate... House Bill
the WPXE Studios on SR-100 south.A based on the following schedule of ... Effective provide services. The tax amount NO. 1383 provides for the repalce-
lasagne dinner will be served. license taxes will be imposed on any Oct. 1, 1985 under Section fowarded to the state remains the ment of a vehicle license plate at the
Blair Williams, former star FSU applicant who fails to renew a 320.02 of FL Statutes, House Bill same. end of a 5-year period at the time of
quarterback, will be the guest Handicapped Parking Per- of renewal. The Department of Motor
registration prior to the end of the 1392, this change requires proof
fans and
speaker. All area month in which renewal registrationis mits, Requirement Changesand filing or payment of Heavy Vehicle New fee amounts are: Vehicles shall determine the
FSU are urged to attend. due. The delinquent fee shall be Fee Increase... The bill, Use Tax for vehicles with a declared Title fee application or transfer, replacement date for plates issued
Square Dance... applied beginning Oct. 1 on the 11th Senate Bill No. 33, effective Oct. 1, GVW (gross vehicle weight) of $4.25. prior to Oct. I, 1985. The fee for such
calendar day of the month suc- 1985, provides that handicapped 55,000 pounds or more as a prere- Registration of semi-trailers, replacement shall be $3 effectiveJan.
You can square dance at the ceeding the renewal period. Note: parking permits shall be a metal quisite to registration or renewal. $2.50. 1, 1986.
Kingsley Lake Civic Center the
first Saturday of each month. .. -. -
Oct. 5, first Saturday.
5:30: p.m., covered dish supper.
Industry Appreciation ReceptionSet I
6:30: p.m. workshop
8 p.m., mainstream square
Caller: Ken Perez.
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Post 56 Work Day... Tonight Econo-Lojige 1 ti
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American Legion Post 56 has *
work days set Sept. 21 and Sept. 28. Local industries are in the spotlight this week with the this ranking includes community involvement, added .1, r i ,
Legionaires are urged to par- Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce promoting employment, and Investment or expansion. Mr
ticipate, says Commander RobertL. the statewide Industry Appreciation Week by arranging Several local manufacturers have displays set up in /
Brown Jr. a series of displays and planning a reception for bank lobbies and at Econo Lodge. Among these are a 1I' ,

Upcomtng.Both ... this evening, Thursday, at 5:30: p.m. at the Starke Econo mannequin! dressed in,work uniform from Riverside is
Lodge on U.S. 301. Uniform Rentals, Inc., a'display by Vaughn Johnson at
the city and county zoning The Chamber and Industry Appreciation Week sponsors Florida Federal, and a display by U.S. Solar at Fleet p
meeting, set for Sept. 24 and 25 Community State Bank, Florida Federal Savings Finance Center.
have been cancelled. No application and Loan, Florida National Bank and Starke Econo Crosley Manufacturing and Griffis and Sons
for reclassifications came up, Lodge, are cooperating to make area residents more Fiberglass Works will have displays at the Econo 1
said Zoning Director L.M. Gaines. aware of the local industries and the advantages they Lodge. 1
The Board of Adjustment will provide for our area, said Chamber Director Michael Crosley manufactures utility trailers, and recently I HL
meet at 9 a.m. Sept. 30 in the coun- Cooney.Bradford. manufactured the mobile stages for the pop-country :. '
ty commission meeting room in the has 21 manufacturing companies in the singing group Alabama.Griffis and Sons manufactures
courthouse to consider appeals of county, providing furniture, clothing, boats and many fiberglass boats.Hercules i1 1i-
property assessments. The board is other products.Two Inc., will be displaying the various special ii
composed of three county commis- of these companies, Bradford Furniture and E.I. wrenches the company uses in their maintenance workon n
sioners and two school board du Pont de Nemours, a mining operation, will be awarded heavy equipment.
members.A special certificates during the reception tonight. Cooney said the reception was arrayed so that the
public hearing for final adop- These two companies were listed among the top 10 industries community could meet the people in in Jstry.
tion of the 1985-86 Bradford County for the past year in the Florida Department of Steve Mayberry,director of the Division of Economic
budget is set for 8 p.m. Monday, Commerce Region Two, which includes 22 northeast Development, Florida Department of Commerce will be
Sept. 30, in the commission meeting Florida counties. According to Cooney, criteria used in the speaker for the occasion.
room in the courthouse. No one appeared -
at the first budget hearing.

Fighting Cancer... Removing Cross Will Take Court"Order

$8,000 has been donated to fight
cancer in the 1985 American "It would take a court order to separation of church and! state," "It's Just easier to leave it up there
Cancer Society fund drive. remove the cross from the top of the wrote Anne Gaylor, president of than to go up and take it down and
residents FFRF. put up another type light to warn air
Last year, county water tower, Starke Mayor. '
donated over $10,000. Drive Chair- Commissioner Bobby Biggs said "In addition, we would like to craft of it's location," one city
.woman Lillian Stump was trying to Tuesday night Sept. 17. point out that many people have employee said.
beat last year, but says she is Not just any court, resounded aesthetic objections to the cross be- Biggs has received several calls
"right proud" of the $8,000. Commissicner Jimmy Crosby, the ing displayed publicly. It is seen as from residents saying the cross A Clean Sweep for Industry Week...
The first week in October will be Supreme Court of the United States. the torture symbol of should remain on top of the water to- This mannequin wearing a uniform manufactured at Riverside
the Mouse College Program in all Each commissioner strongly Christianity..." she stated. tower. They were responding
sup- Industries In
stories about the protest Uniform Rentals Is one of the many displays set up by area
county elementary in which each ports keeping the cross on top of the newspaper cooperation with the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce
child gets a mouse for 87 cents. water tower in spite of a request to Mayor Biggs doesn't see the crossas letter 'from FFRF.On during Industry Appreciation Week.
$350 has already been donated on take it down because the cross is a a symbofof Christian torture. He the lighter side, Clerk Neil Various local Industries have displays at Florida Federal'CommunityState
the 1986 drive. Donations may be religious symbol. Objections to the said the cross symbolizes the idea Tucker said the cross needs to stay Bank Florida National Bank, Fleet Finance Center and the Starke
sent to Miss Lillian Stump, 1199 cross came in a letter addressed to that people should love God and for two reasons: Econo Lodge.
Bessent Road, Starke, FL 32091. the mayor, from the Freedom From their neighbors.The The city is required to warn Is low A reception will be held tonight at the Econo Lodge at 5:30 p.m. where
"Each year we hope the cure for Religion Foundation Inc. of cross was atop the water flying aircraft the water tower up certificates will be presented to Bradford Furniture and E.I. du Pont de
this dread disease will be found and Madison Wisconsin. "Our organization tower. part of the city's Christmas thereTo. to Nemours. These two Industries were among the top ten In the Florida
strides being made an- works and decorations and remains throughoutthe guide Jolly Ole Saint
great are to protect promote Department of Commerce Region Two for the past year.
nually," advises Miss Stump. the constitutional principle of year as a beacon to airplanes. Starke.

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", Complex Near K.H. To Begin Soon I d dA

proposed apartment) complex nausa said he expected the\project to Another commercial structure\ \ J\
south of Keystone Heights which has start soon and be completed aroundthe manufacturing plant just! north\ of
4 been "hanging for a year" may get end of the year. Hampton on CR-220 is Valued at\
underway next month.A The complex will cost about $1 $240,000. The firm plans totrfanulacture -
{.r aPa building permit was completedin million including land clearing, automobile generators.
4 August by Davis and Sons construction landscaping, paving and building a Commercial building permits
,fie't of Gainesville for the sewage treatment system. The com- totaled$1.186,500 with Inn two major
t 33-unit complex. plex will have mostly one and two dects and five other smaller
t.I The land is situated 2V4 miles bedroom apartments. .
I south of Keystone on SR-21 near the Seven single-family residenceswere
Keystone Golf and Country Club. Other buiding permits in August permitted worth $249,500; 13:
The land was sold by Realtor Jack pushed the monthly total to mobile homes homes costing
Courtnay to Keystone Oaks Ltd. A $1,721,550, reported the Bradford $150,480 and 45: additions to existing
\ "poko irnnn for trip f'ro,1". Tr,nn xe,.. County Zoning;( office. structures to cost $135,000.

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( ,1j< FSU Scholarship Set UpDaryl

r Lopez, president of the UCI club to award a scholarship to an
t ) Chapter of the Jaycees, presents a' area student to attend\ Florida State
t $300 check to the Bradford-Union University in January. Acceptingthe
Seminole Boosters for the John D.
Johns Scholarship Fund.Johns, who check are Helen Johns, widow of
died last year, was a longtime sup- John D. Johns, and Bob Milner, left,
? porter of Florida State Universityand scholarship chairman. Milner says
f 'w sponsor of the UCI Jaycees.ThisIs an announcement for scholarship!
the second donation by the inmate applications will be made in Oc
P .1avi*.>o.. and will nllnw Iho Rioter tober.

Bradford's 33 School Bus Drivers Undergo Safety Training...

It was three days In the classroom last week for a each driver has completed. Register says the state will
refresher course on safety for the 33 school bus driversfor soon require all bus drivers to have completed 40 hoursof
the Bradford school system. safety training.The .
Leonard Conway, a school transportation specialistIn 33 Bradford school bus drivers, plus substitutes,
safety training for the Florida Department of are: Robert Banks, D.E. Boatwright Linda Boat
Education with back to camera, was the Instructor wright Ted Brown, John Burch, Rita Chilson Nancy'
Drivers In photo are(1-r): First row-Sylvia Brown,Et- Coleman Joyce Collins, Alberta Dell Jackie EllIngton
ta Faye Thornton Ted Brown, Ida Lee Brown. Second Brenda Fertig.Betty Ann Griffis,Patsy Griffis PUBLIC
row- Mary Mayben, Diane Loper. Sherry McDavid Leatha Higginbotham,Johnny Jackson,Carroll Johns,
Linda Robinson Cora Lee Stalnaker, James Waters Brenda Jones,Alta Mae Mattox.Mary Mayben,Sherry
Alberta Dell D.E. Boatwright. In back: Betty Ann McDavid, Jackie Morrow, Debra Norman Judy
Griffis. Joyce Collins Willie Williams Marian O'Steen Lillian Podejko. Marla Smith Cora Lee J ..
Underhill Lillian Podejko. Stalnaker, Etta Faye Thornton, Edna Trainor, Marian
Transportation Director Lennard Register says all Underhill Majorie Wade, James Waters Willie NOTICE
aspects of safety In operating a school bus are coveredas Williams. Substitute drivers are: Sylvia Brown,
well as student safety.Drivers attended four hours a Herbert Cloversettle, Diane Loper. John G. Meyer
day for three days. Register said. The school system Linda Robinson Hazel Sapp David McLain Sara Sue
keeps records of the number of hours of safety training Willingham.

H| Oualifvin for Lawtey, Elections Set I Annual Budget- Open

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Qualifying for Lawtey elections is dump is closed to deposit of all items Agreed to consider placing a For InspectionOn
SE 1st Street off
household street light near
set for noon October 14 through noon except garbage.
after site check by council
CR-225, a
October 18, it was announced at the
regular council meeting Tuesday Agreed to install a caution lightat members Rosier and Bennett
September 3, with this being a big the intersection of CR-225 and CR-
year for politicians.The 200A the Lawtey Correctional Institution Asked Clerk Shuford to adjust the
clerk's seat,the chief of police road. Police Chief M.M. budget as neccesary as final yearly
spot, and three council seats are up Jordan also reported that the state figures begin coming in from
for grabs this election. Clerk Lucille Department of Transportation is various departments. Tuesday September 17 1985 the
Shuford has announced that she will considering installing a traffic lightat ,
be retiring, opening up her spot on the US-301 and CR-225 intersec- .
the ballot, in the only early indication tion, depending on traffic counts to Grace United Starke City Commission enacted the city's -
about the election. be done in the near future. Methodist Church I i
Council members Marvin! Rosier,
Robert Scott, and Buster Bennett Agreed to hold the second public Rd 225 road Across from \ budget for Fiscal Year 1985-86. A
will see their seats open this time, hearing on the city budget Monday, Lawtey Post Office
with the other two seats open on September 16, at 7 p.m. in the city
alternate years.,.., hall.. It\t, .. SUNDAY '. of the enacted show-
Ufa; thrtft I ..... Sunday School ...!.:a9:45 am summary budget
4Jn other ,business at a slow ,:H d'th t'the ciJy;backhoe will Sunday Worship ;;......,. 11 am '
meeting, members:" soon' be repaired at an'approximatecost the intended of Revenue Shar-
to the city of $2,200, to be paid ing uses
Agreed to let for bid the improvement from water system funds. Most of
of the water system by installation the usage of the backhoe is con- STARKE funds and information
of a 300 gallon per minute nected with water system work. ing supportingthe
pump on the number 2 well. The CHURCH OF GOD
pump is estimated to cost$9,000 new Agreed to check on having some 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
or $6,000 used. work done to several trees locatedon Walter F. Montz, Pastor budget actions taken by the com-
city property throughout the
We invite you to worship with us
Heard a report that the Lawtey town.
Attended Nursery mission available for
Sunday School . . . 10am are public inspec-
Morning Worship . . 11 am
I More... Rates (from page IA) Evening Service . . 6 pm tion in the City Clerk's Office City Hall
Wednesday Youth . 7:30: pm ,

commission he would advise the Schaefer said the city would be
PSC of the city's action to bring the faced with some extra expenses from 8:00: a. m. until I 5:00: p. m. Monday
rates closer together. He said reac- because of the new Walmart store. THE BRADFORD
.tions from PSC staff personnel The electrical department wouldn'tbe
would give him some indication of able to absorb that extra expense COUNTY TELEGRAPH through Friday.
whether the PSC would pass the rate plus the loss of revenue. The city is Published every Thursdayat
chan e. also planning to furnish power to the50acre 133 W. Call Street
The commissioners were told that _tract near SR-100 southeastof
the PSC would probably allow the city town t which was purchased for Starke. Florida 32091
two years to bring the residentialand cotential industrial sites.
Second Class paid at
commercial rates closer postage Neil L. Tucker
is estimate of the cost of
together. A half cent change in the no Starke, FloridaSubscription
running those lines, at present.
rates would probably satisfy the Utilities director Merrill Dees said Rates:
PSC this first year, Peebles said. those costs were presently being City Clerk
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby sug- estimated and figures would be In-trade area: $10.00 per year
gested raising the residential rate by available next month. $5.50 six months
one-quarter cent and lowering the The commissioners decided after
commercial rate by onequartercent. listening to the attorney's advice, Outside area: $11 per year
That would have reduced the that the city would be better off to go $6.00 six months
difference in the two rates by half a ahead and change the rates rather
cent, as suggested by the attorney. than placing the decision in the
That might have cost the city an hands of the Public Service Commission -
estimated $21,000 in revenue over PSC has the authority to
the coming year.. change rates and very few of their cAiTAIN'sCOUNTRY! MONDAY &
The city can't afford to lose that decisions have been changed by appeals :
much revenue at this time,Commissioners to the Florida Supreme Court, TUESDAY ALL
Schaefer and Silcox agreed. Peebles said.

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SPECIAL TIIANkS Garden green beans,, Tartar sauceDelicious fried okra Fish Dinner
On behalf of the Senior Citizens of Bradford County I would like to (
express appreciation to the following merchants who donated items Fresh cole slaw ,
for use In the Senior Center. $1.99Dinner
Bryan's.Ace Hardware Family Dollar Store
Denmark Furniture Andrews Drugs Lemon
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Eckerd Drugs .Western Auto f includes: 2 golden-
Mitchell's Drugs ''Koch's DrugsA wedgeSouthernstyle' brown /fish fillets natural-cut
special thank you to thefBradford County Telegraph for providing french fries, fresh cole slaw,2
Coverage for the Senior Center at no charge Southern-style hush puppies.SUNDAY .
,Peggy.D.Barnett,Center Director
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Thank You Notice

I would like to thank each and everyone vd r

who voted for me on Sept. 10, 1985, Including ALLYOUCANEATlCountryStyle

my family. Each and everyone of ""
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your votes was highly appreciated, because, ""'' r'" t Fish Dinner

you'alr, had enough confidence, in me, to hush puppies ; ,,, '? $3.19

:::.;. 'members. l'II"do'the best job I can for the fine ,

folks of Hart:1pton": ndJ I wild do this at the best breaded, country-style
fish fillets, naturakut french
of my ability "I'. '* Captain Dk fries,'fresh cole slaw,Southern-

Thanks ago in,' -. '. .> i' style hush puppies and tartar

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September 19, 1985 TfU.: (.R.\I'1i I'IIWI.\:

I Hiring Outsiders Over Qualified Locals Questioned by Board; ,,, ,:,,1

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All ,other things being equal limited because of the 240 color guard, student council activities BMS assistant principal Rick Ezzell Decided to reactivate 'its Blue Jacksonville.The current bug for the'
school board member Rodney Half employees, only 56 have master's academic high-Q team, said there are two leaks at BMS. At Ribbon Advisory Committee, with handicapped has 94,000 miles on it,
would like to se@a Bradford resident degrees,and fewer still are certifiedin cheerleader sponsors, and BMS torney Terry Brown told the board to board member J.T. Parrish to name said Duncan.
hired. administration and have the required band, director. have its architect for the project, Al his members later. ,
"Are we sending a signal to our teaching experience. Schlofman and Hall agreed more Dompe, inspect the roofs. If Dompe Duncan also reported that the
teachers by hiring people from out- There should be no question in any information is needed before actionis doesn't do it, then the board should Was told administrator Charles year war started with all. EMH
side the county?" asked Hall. taken on the supplements. Schlof- hire its own inspector said the at-
board member's mind that the Francis is handling truancy cases, (emotionally or mentally handicap
Board Vice-Chairman Hall ques- was carriedout man's motion to table, seconded by torney. A detailed inspection and a of where there are now three. ped) students at the middle school.
tioned the hiring of a teacher who objectively, Duncan said. board member Judy Becker, passed detailed report should be required, Third and fourth' grade EMH
taught at Interlachen High last term In a related matter, Supt. Duncan 4-0. Chairwoman Patricia Spengler Brown said. -Was told by Supt. Duncan that the ,students have been transferred to
and who lives in Gainesville as an told school board members that was absent because of illness. system has picked up two more han- Southside Elementary, which Involves
assistant principal at Braford High local school administrators are at- Was told by Supt.Duncan the new dicapped students which makes It some cross-bussing from SE
School. There were five applicantsfor tending a series of workshops priorto Special Meeting... public education bond has arrived necessary to go ahead with the pur- to SS. The program was not workingout
the post, including three Brad- adopting and implementing by A school board is and that an Inspection of walkwaysat chase of a $23,000 bus for those at BMS, and a change had to be
ford residents. The other assistant June 1986 an objective based processof special meeting the high school and Starke students which is available in made, said Supt. Duncan.
administrator at BUS is John Arthur screening and selecting ad- set for 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30, to: Elementary confirm the board's
Reddish and the dean of students is ministrators. It is a state Depart- 1) Consider an application to havea worst fears. It will be a problem just
Jerry Petrella, both Bradford ment of Education requirement, and Bradford school declared a to patch the walkways,he said. Plus,
residents. the Bradford school system has join- meritorious school, which would Duncan said, it has been found the 1
Supt. Jim Duncan said he concur- ed with 17 other counties in workingout mean $24,000 or more in additional roof of the library wing at SE needs Commodities Distribution Set
red with the appointment of the prin- the hiring funding to the school district. The replacing. .
new objective
pro- ,
cipal, Dr. Al Rother, who lives in cedure. plan must, by law, be negotiatedwith commodities I.
Gainesville.Hall the teacher union. including Monday, Sept. 23: Lawtey Recrea-
cheese, butter and rice will be tion Center, 10 a.m. to 2:30
2) To discuss the Florida p.m.
asking Approved of refun-
a new
referred to the appointmentof policy
Salary Supplement distributed in ,
Ms. Paula Steele as assistant prin- Legislature for funds to build a new ding course fees to vo-tech students, Bradford County this Tuesday, Sept. 24: Hampton City
Proposal is TabledThe month on the following schedule: Hall, 10 a.m. to 2:30
center to renovate the
at Bradford He community or including veterans, who drop out
cipal -
concern at the school expressed board board tabled until Sept. 30 a present BHS auditorium, built in before completing a course. School Thursday, Sept. 19: RJE school Wednesday, Sept. 25: Brooker City
schedule of salary Board officials building, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the Hall, 10 a.m. to 1:30: p.m.
meeting Monday night, Sept. 16, proposed sup- 1954, for that purpose. said the vo-tech center is
about the few local applications.Hall plements for instructors who also member Schlofman and Hall said not considered accredited by federal physically handicapped and those Wednesday, Sept. 25: Speedville,
pointed out the school board coach or supervise extracurricular Rep. George Crady, D-Yulee, has rules and veterans will be told that over age 60. Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10
activities. agreed to seek such funds in the 1986 unless such refund is a.m. to 1:30: p.m.
should not address itself to a specific a policy
Friday, Sept. 20 RJE school Please
: 9a.m.
bring box bag to
Board member Len Schlofman or place
appointment, but could consider the state appropriations bill. adopted. It could mean veterans to 1:30
: p.m. commodities
matter in terms of policy. asked about the basis for the salary would attend school elsewhere. Cur- in.

Supt. Duncan pointed out that supplement decisions. Supt. Duncan In other Sept. 16 action, the school rently. A few years ago vo-tech fees ,, ., '" ., .. .- .. _" .
three other administrative vacancies said the supplements are a combination board: were increased from $25 to $200 per '" ''' n
two deans and the director of of tradition and input from a course, and enrollment dropped
curriculum, were filled by federal civil rights investigator. The Was told Columbia Paving Co. sharply. Since, students have been COX APPLIANCES
employees of the system. civil rights investigator became In- has agreed to honor an expired con- allowed to pay the higher fees
Hall suggested having a workshop volved a few years ago because tract for paving the new vo-tech monthbymonth.Signed .
to discuss ways of giving preferential female coaches were receiving less commercial vehicle truck driving & AIR
treatment to Bradford pay than males for comparable range at Camp Blanding with a 4% CONDITIONING
employees, but no date was set. sports, Duncan said he had been increase prior to Dec. 1 and 5% after a new contract with attorney
Board member Len Schlofmansaid told. The coaches also received in- Dec. 1. Vo-Tech Director David Brown, setting his fees for all 353 N. Temple (Next to Tackle Box)
he wasn't against the choice, creases this year because of input Smith, said the range should be. routine school board work at $7,500
but pointed out a local person with from the federal investigator, Dun- ready to pave by Dec. 1, but the per year. Terms for representationIn Open 9.6 964.7462
long experience did apply. can said. weather is the main holdup. He said major legal matter will be | WE HAVE MOVED I
"It did ignore a lot of local people. School board members also ques- progress is being made between negotiated when it occurs. Board
We ought to look at that," said Hall. tioned why the increases went onlyto showers member Len Schlofman, who soughtthe
The lack of applications from local coaches of actual sports, but not to fee cap, seconded the motion to
people is his concern, said Hall. other activities, such as the assis- Instructed that an impartial par- adopt it. The board committee
Supt. Duncan pointed out the tant band director, choral director, ty inspect the roofs at BHS and BMSon renegotiated only with attorney
,,number': of local applications is yearbook advisor, JROTC rifle and a contract which expires Sept. 30. Brown.

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I Humane Society Forms Pet Adoption ServiBradford e .

Humane Society or neglected animals we come Anyone who would like Informa- Terrier mix, and a one-year-old rouvt I TECN-CANE
members are formin a unique, across in this area," explained tion on the new adoption program pure-bred Wire-haired Terrier.All .
"Pet Adoption Service' in Starke in Bradford Humane Society President may call 964-8827. of the dogs have had their first
an effort to find good homes for Lynn Newsome. "We also know that series of Parvo and Distempershots. In Bradford Co.
some of the animals members care many people here are looking for Animals currently up for adoption .
pets. It seemed like a natural for this include a beautiful female Golden If your're looking for a pet call the
for."This is really needed here area and we hope it works out. I Retreiver, two German Shepard- society and help give these animalsa ,,'
because of the large number of stray can't stand to see them put to sleep." Husky mix puppies, a 3-month old good home. Whirlpool 19 6 cu. ft Storage Modal' EV200NXH Capacity Upright No-Fiosl Fre System*er .

$ 8 Textured Steel Door Inventory Control System
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Michelle Hall and projects, visit different chur- time out of her busy schedule to get Legislature. If you have any spare .-
ches monthly, and basically help you out of class. lime, and are interested in helpingMrs. 3r
Remember, if you wish to make an each other. Scott and Mrs. Thomas in the 4-Function Digital
announcement in Tornado Talk, be This year we will have Dress Code... Library, please contact them, or Dr.
sure to submit it to me befure each refreshments at meetings. If you Anyone who would like to par- Rother at 964.6092. ANY time you Quartz Travel Alarm y

Tuesday. would like to make donations, or be ticipate as a member of a committee can appreciate them will be RETAIL
on the Refreshment Committee,con that will review the BHS DRESS', greatly. '
Clubbers.; I' VALUE -
Key tact Refreshment Committee Chair CODE POLICY, please '-seftDr. j 1,L -- "'"
The. Key Club will meet every man Donna McDavid. Rother or Mrs. Shuford before Se 1 Attention- -. ''' $5.99 J
Tuesday in Mrs. Swift's room star- Everyone is welcome to come to 18. Members will be selected UT. All Candy Stripers (and anyone in- \J ;
ting at 3:05, lasting until 3:35: p.m. the meetings and join the Key Club. represent all elements of the student terested in becoming a Candy e., ,,
We have many projects planned for body and will also include teachers, Striper), there will be a reorganization '
the 1985-86 school year. This year'', Students. administrators, and parents. meeting Monday, Sept. $149 l'rminute !\ 'S Ilw
we will have "Pledge Week, The Junior Class will be selling .:
Because the Office is not allowedto 23, at 6 p.m. For additional information -
designed to attract more students to use students as Office Aides, they "Spirit Towels" for$2 and class but call Mrs. Meres at 964.4481.Congratulations.. y
join Key Club, and rekindle the In- are asking if you will cooperate with tons for$1 before school, during both Features include hour, .tlaiw
terest of old Key Club members. We them. If you have made plans aheadof lunches, and after school. Be sure to and alarm settings rj J
also plan on having several fund time to check out of school early buy one and support your school and plus display back lighting. "-
raisers, such as car washes,and also because of doctor or dental appoint- show your class pride.Parents. I would like to congratulate
having a "Movie Night," a big hit ments, or other personal matters, quarterback Johnnie Clark on the
last year in attracting new membersto please make arrangements to meet fine performance he gave Friday ,
join. the person who is signing you out. The BHS library is in need of night against Williston. I'm right / ,\
The Key Club is a Junior Kiwanis This will save Mrs. Redding a lot of volunteers. They are not allowed to proud of you Johnnie! Keep up the )
Club. We do community services hassle, since she will have to take use students as aidps due to the State good work.

I Starke Elem. NewsOur ,

annual PTA Open House was day. Teacher hours are 7:45 to 3:15: ladies help us in the classrooms.
Sept. 10 at 7:30: p.m. Our PTA officers p.m. Please call 964-6091 if you
this year are: President- desire an appointment with your They work with individuals and
Chuck Walker, Vice President- child's teacher at anytime.The small groups. Participants include:
Gloria Rittman, Secretary-Betty first six week's grading period Kellie Baldwin, Amy Carter, Kym
Hildebrand, and Treasurer-Janice ends on October 7. Reports cards Casey,Tracie Clark,Tammy Demp-
W iker. will go home Oct. 14. sey, Allison Denmark, Gerri
Our locaTschool advisory council Fender,Erika Gruen, Robin Mersey, j
members are Linda Hampton, John The following Bradford High Terri Jakab, Lorrie King, Tricia
Walker, Helen Murphy, Annette School students are participating in Lawson, Tammy Odom, Terese
Norman and Mary Cummings. a tutorial program at Starke Richardson, Tracy Rowan, Carrie
Starke Elementary office hours Elementary on a daily basis. We are Sellers, Michelle Sexton and Deanna I II
are 7:45: to 4 p.m. Monday thru Fri- very proud to have these young Tomlinson. 1 1
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J'll(* IA IKI.KCiKAPII: September 19, 1985

. Flu Season Approaching; Now's the Time to Get "Shots'I' :. ;, 'G I I'I

With the start of the annual flu season tive for only one year, so those who have
just around the corner, the Bradford Coun- been vaccinated before need to renew Ir, panted by fever, chills, coughing, sore
ty Health Department is ready to help this protection several weeks before the; throat,aching in the arms, back, and legs I
those who want to help themselves get pli+ actual season starts. not to mention head colds, headaches, and ; r56t/0/

through the winter without flu, or at least Those who have had flu in the past know r redness or watering of the eyes. rw Y ri

escape with a mild case. how miserable they are during the attack; While most bouts last only a few days, Billy ;
The flu season generally lasts from that might last several weeks, and the I some cases can develop into pneumonia,
November to April,and the Health Depart-- long-lasting "good for nothing" feeling!, resulting in hospital stays for weeks, or Kid's
ment recommends taking the shots as soon that lingers long after the actual sickness; even fatalities. the ( j

as possible..While nothing can insure 100 is over. ,1918 Epidemic Deadly ,

percent protection' from the "flu bug", p 4 Flu is a viral infection of the bronchial 1 I The worst flu epidemic in Bradford _
vaccination is the best known method of tubes and lungs, and is usually acconvEditorials County and the entire U.S. swept the nation and W lj
this The shots effec- Jesse
protection at time. are al.t in the World War I year of 1918. lji

In its issue of October 11 of that year,the
Telegraph announced the decline of war I
activity which was to end with the Ar-
mistice of November 11, 1918.A small item
ll at the bottom of the same page announced:
"Starke Has Influenza Epidemic". But no 111 I 4
one dreamed then that before this
epidemic had run its course it would claim
John Peter Zenger Fought for Free Press the lives of some 350,000 Americans in the LX AA a .
next two months before Christmas of 1918.

the Telegraph article reported that
Since this is National Newspaper Week we might be forgiven for sayinga "This disease is sweeping Starke. There r

few kind. words about those who labor in the 'Fourth Estate". are very few homes that have not had one
or more cases of it already, and a numberof
Perhaps Charles Dickens said it best when he wrote:
patients have been dangerously ill dur-
Don't head for the hills. What
appears to be two youthful bandits are Just Don
;"The: PrinterWithout him, tyrants and humbugs in all countries ing the week. Barber shops and soft drink Hoover and Joe Sistrunk outfitted in their"flu bug" masks which were popular

would have their own way... He is a friend of intelligence and thought... a stands talk of closing have been all closed business and houses there for Is a some few during the deadly flu epidemic of 1918.

friend of liberty... of freedom... of law. Indeed, the friend of every man days until the epidemic has been brought
who is a friend of order. under control." large number of deaths have resulted. The dwindled and the nation was able to relax
epidemic has been particularly severe in and welcome back home the triumphant
.' "'"Of aU inventions. of all discoveries in science"and art... of all the great On the front page of this same issue, The the Brooker and Lake Butler sections,with young doughboys who had fought in
results in the wonderful progress of mechanical energy and skill, the Telegraph carried an advisory on 30 to 40 deaths reported there. In Starke, Europe.
"Spanish Influenza" issued the State
by perhaps one-third of the have had
printer is the only product of civilization necessary to the existence of Health Officer who said the disease ap the disease, with four deaths.people" Elderly Most VulnerableHealth

free men." peared to be similar to "la grippe" which department officials stress that
*.. *.. first appeared in epidemic form in 1889. E.A T.tribute was paid to Dr. J. C. Wills, Dr. the elderly and those weakened by chronic
Campbell, Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, and
The special bulletin said: "All evidence diseases are the most susceptible to flu
Dr. W. E. Middleton
who "to
This year 1985, marks the 250th an- "philosophy there was tersely expressed points to human contact as being the keep on their posts and, were managed on the go germs, and should be among the first vac-

niversary ,.of the famous trial that by the idolized Soviet founder, Nikolai means of spread, assuming that almost without rest for fully ten days" in cinated. People with jobs requiring themto
from work
discharges the nose and throat have closely with others are also urgedto
resulted in the acquittal of John Peter Lenin: "Why should freedom of speech been the points of egress of the virus."The spite of having mild attacks of flu take the vaccine.

Zenger, printer and publisher of the and freedom of the press be allowed? health officer cautioned that there were no themselves.The Others especially urged to immunize

New York Weekly Journal. He had been Why should a government that is doing recognized drugs as specifics for the cure, Telegraph reported: "One of the themselves are:. residents of nursing
charged with the crime of seditious libel what it believes to be right allow itself to and treatment could be given only for the saddest cases that has yet come to light occurred homes and related facilities who have
relief of near Lake Butler where Mr. and
for denouncing the policies of a tyran- be criticized? Why should any man be symptoms.By Mrs. Dennis Andrews and, their children long-term health problems; medical
nical His daring editorials allowed to and the next week The Telegraph employees who may transmit flu to their
governor. buy a printing press were all stricken at once. While the
reported that member of the patients; all people over 65 of
cost him ten months in before he disseminate every paper'sstaff parents were lying desperately ill of years age;
prison pernicious opinion except one had the flu and "owing to one and adults and children with chronic
ever saw the inside of a courtroom for calculated to embarrass the govern- sickness, The Telegraph is unable to issue their children died in an adjoining room metabolic diseases such as diabetes,
and knew of the death until
his own defense. ment?" anything except a small advertising sheet neighbors nothing in several hours later and kidney disorders, cystic fibrosis, anemia,
this week." came or asthma, who have been ill enough
found the lifeless of the child.
Under the unjust laws of that time, j m Terrifying ExperienceBy body within the last year to have required
THE "The Telegraph is unable to give medical treatment or hospitalization.Flu .
the fact that Zenger's criticisms were October 25 The Telegraph headlined anything like a complete list of deaths that
true was not considered a valid defense TRIAL "Bradford County Has Terrifying Ex have occurred in the county," the paper shots are available at the Health
against libel. "Nay, indeed, the law perience." The story followed: "For the added. Department each Wednesday from 8 to
11:30 a.m. and 1:00: to 3:30: and on
past 15 days Bradford County has been in p.m.
says their being true is an aggravation 0' the grip of the influenza epidemic that is Then, as quickly as it came the disease Fridays from 8 to 11:30: a.m. They should
of the crime," said Zenger's prosecutor.But raging throughout the U.S. There have waned and by the end of the war in be taken now before the flu season really
Peter been hundreds of cases in the county and a November the number of new cases gets under way.
an elderly Philadelphia lawyer John Zenger
named Andrew Hamilton came to

New York in defense. "The OFNfWYORK
Zenger's County Agent's Notebook E--- By Bobby L. Taylor I
question before the court and you PRINTER I
gentlemen of the jury is-not of small nor ;

private concern,' Hamilton warned the "'I.u wafried and Ae uiiic!'t For centuries, the brilliant change of Fall Leaf Colorsin include a few of these in home plantings.
jury. "It is not the cause of a poor leaf colors each Fall was surrounded by ey'appeal
Some of the which will add
trees Fall
printer, nor of New York alone, which Fur r."TUIO and Pi'M,ut\o a LIBEL mystery and superstition. From jack frostto the leaves. When this happens, the other to your landscape are the golden
the blood of the bear almost
itgaiml the Cj/vvri>:!Knl.WITH great every
you are now trying.. No! It may in its society had its own legend explaining the leaf pigments mentioned earlier take over rain-tree, red swamp myrtle, dogwood
consequences affect every free man phenomenon. However, plant scientists and you see the bright cool-season colors. sweet gum, crepe myrtle, tuliptree, andchinese

that lives under a British governmenton have finally unraveled the secrets of Fall Pigments called carotenoids make the tallow. Each of these has its own
f IK Pit Aoixon' .'ij! .\ll cii if,,ri en both St;l.v
the Main of America. coloration. leaves turn orange, red, yellow and brown. unique color, but these can change
Other pigments, called anthocynanins are somewhat from year to year, according to
,' l"It is the best cause. It is the cause of 'I: \:"' .. ...- We may not see the incredible burst of developed because of the changing seasonal conditions. However, choosingone

liberty," Hamilton, continu' d:""andI <. .. .: .r.'r..., (' =...vivid/nerl!hbors",Fall enjoy leaf each color year,our but we northern do have weather+. conditions. :! '.* or two of these plants will assure you of
make no doubt but your upright conductthis "'1"I" 1Y'r1o-!. Co. enough temperate region plants in some So, even though Florida's IdndscipVis' *6ontaF! tall l| change in foliage hues. To find
day will not only entitle you to the parts of Florida to give us some seasonal not famous for brilliant Fall color, there out what choices would be best for your
love and esteem of your fellow citizens, changes in foliage hues.And even folks liv- are plants in some areas that do change area, check with your garden center or our
but every man who prefers freedom to a r ing in our area might like to know why the color with the seasons. It's a good idea to county extension office.
leaves of some trees and shrubs change
life of slavery will bless and honor LaN ) 0 ft
you I : color as the weather cools in northern

as men who have baffled the attempt of Hta..lla! J'.u.VIM. in/. '...... n"<. Mweciii areas. Forestry in Bradford County I IIf
tyrrany and, by an impartial and uncor-
laid (I'i:" (J", ;,l.iH.i-s' .rj!-,gwrae.j, J The brilliant display of Autumn leaves is By_ David w.Norton *
rupt verdict, have a noble founda- brought on by a combination of things-
tion for securing to ourselves, our falling temperatures, shorter days, and you are planning to order seedlings minimum of five acres, the cost of the
posterity, and our neighbors that to certain chemical substances, called from the state nursery for planting this seedlings will be reimbursed to you
which nature and the laws of our coun- I pigments, found in leaf tissues. winter please do it soon. (they're free eventually).

try have given us a rightthe liberty Some of the pigments that cause the million Our nursery pines of has various approximately still 10 Each year funds and seedlings are

both of exposing and opposing arbitrary Why, indeed, Mr. Lenin. If Peter bright colors of Autumn leaves are actually available to be ordered. This species seems like donated from many interested loggers, log
power by speaking and :writing truth. Zenger were still alive he could best present in the leaves as soon as they un- quite a few seedlings but, our nursery buyers, equipment dealers, and other
fold in the and
But during Spring forest products ? These
spring. companieswhy
that Suffice it to originally planted close to 40 million. We
answer question.
The defied the trial direc- say Summer when the
jury judge's plants are growingvigorously orders companies are interested enough to offer
and have
began taking on July 1
tions and returned its historymakingverdict that if this philosophy prevailed in the a green-colored material call- had 30 million trees ordered and reservedin this type of encouragement to help you get
of "not guilty". The British U.S. there could be no criticism of the ed chlorophyll dominates the other leaf just over two months. pines established on your property.If .

crown was served notice that the col- Defense Department for its undenied pigments. This is the time of year when many lan- you want more information on the free
onists would not willingly submit to the waste and mismanagement of funds; no Chlorophyll plays an important role in a downers start thinking about planting seedling program, please contact my of-
same they had crossed the criticism of the Justice Department for process called photosynthesis- is the trees on any idle or non-productive land. If fice at 964-6280 (ext. 219). Remember,
very tyranny its alleged soft treatment of white collar process by which plants capture energy you are considering planting a few acres trees are going fast and will need to be
ocean to escape. crime by corporations that cannot be from 'sunlight and manufacture food. and are interested in a little helphow ordered soon. If you want to have them to
Chlorophyll is produced in the leaves of ? plant this winter- please order
National Newspaper Week should about FREE seedlings now.
sued; no criticism of the Environmental most plants during their active growing
serve as a reminder to all Americans of Protection Agency for its negligence in season. But, in the Fall as plants get ready This year, we again have seedlings
the 'precious freedoms we enjoy, including dealing with toxic waste, acid rain, and for dormancy, the production of new available in Bradford County which lan- Black Parent Deplores
the free press, which is other environmental threats no chlorophyll slows down. Finally, it stops downers can make use of for commercial Use of Racist LanguageAt I
; and there's left forestry planting. If can plant a Pop Warner GameOn
i unknown in many countries of the criticism of President Reagan's altogether no chlorophyll you

world. u m..nwu.wur .4
vascillating foreign and domestic Saturday, Sept. 14, I was attending a
History, and the story of Peter policies. In fact, the people would not Pop Warner Football Game in Gainesville

Zenger, teaches us that a truly free even know such things existed, exceptfor where Bradford Pop Warners were play-
ing the Southeast
press was a product of American willingness a free and unintimidated press. While there my Boys children Club.and niece

to fight for the right, and its Supposed you were limited to a f 79mW1NTE were the only blacks seated among my the

preservation is.important not only for "newspaper" like Pravda to scan with CARNNALEt3,11 Bradford Cowboy fans. One of the Brad-
newspapers but all of those who wish to morning coffee. There would be no 15t ford Cowboy parents and a Bradford High
School student kept referring to the black
all freedoms in the Bill
protect granted
ads. No opposing opinions -- just govern- players as "Niggers". This was very
of Rights. The free press concept was mental handouts or carefully censored t t humiliating for these children to say the
not inherited or handed down on a silver "news". No free discussion of ideas; no 1KP 9901" "1J 15I least, and they were so uncomfortable until -

platter. It' was fought for by men like free enterprises; no freedom of speech. t they got up and left the area.
i Peter Zenger who knew it was crucial to Remember what in Poland When I was told why they had to leave
the I became
area so angry and upset I
approached -
the creation and maintenance of a free
when the Communist government the sponsor of the cheerleaders,
''society.'If a free press is ever lost, then cracked down? Communications media who is Shelia Padgett, and I said some

all of the other'freedoms embodied in were dealt the first blow. AN, 3ti fa v things I didn't mean to say and some
our Constitution'would crumble and be things I really meant.
lost. U. S. Supreme Court Justice Felix If Peter Zenger were alive today he To Mrs. Padgett, Larry Noegel, Mr. &
'would doubtless tell us something we Mrs. Wiggins and anyone else who I may
Frankfurter' this 'when he
recognized have offended, I am sorry. But to those
already knew though sometimesseem
said, "Without a free press there can be members of this organization who still
no free society. That is axiomatic." to forgetthat a strong, free press hold deep prejudices toward Blacks, we
and a strong,, free country are Inseparable are no longer in slavery and are no longer
Even today,. however, the vast ma ..One cannot exist without the "Niggers" or "Coloreds". We are of the
jority countries throughout the world other. No society ever has; and none Starke Sign Posted in the Yukonwas Negro race and are Black Americans. A"Nigger"

(do 'not or 'cannot' approach what we ever will.Charles. is a filthy person who can be
Black, White or other color.It .
regard as a truly free press. Compare, Dickens said it best"The If you're ever in Watson Springs Alaska the$3 per gallon gasoline and$4.25 per takes a small person to sit in a crowd ,
for example,.our philosophy of govern- is the of civilization and feel a little homesick, 4,560 miles from hamburger prices paid in Alaska, of people in the 1980's and call a child a
ment to that of the Soviet Union where printer only product Bradford County, Just park your car at the especially since the Smith's RV (recrea- Nigger. I try to live a clean life and my
freedom of the press is non-existent, necessary to the existence of free men. famous signpost on the Alaskan Highwayand tional vehicle) drank gas at the rate of six husband and I try to teach our kids what is

and the people read only what thegovernment Peter ,Zenger would say "Amen" to look for the name of Starke, Florida.It's miles per gallon. right, and let them be involved in com-
that. there, all right, and you'll feel etteror The Smiths were lucky in getting to see munity activities for their enjoyment and
wants them to know The
maybe worsefor being so far from snow-capped Mount' McKinley when it enrichment, but I do not want my children

home. wasn't draped in fog,as it is a large part of affiliated with any group or organizationwho
there by the time, preventing most tourists from has not gotten past the color barriers.To .
Now The Starke sign was
WAyrM ,11. At the all parents: it is time that you come
t X.M. and Iva Smith on their recent three- enjoying this magnificent sight. national -
month, 15,000 mile trip through Canada to park there, they got a close-up view out to these practices, and follow your
Alaska, back down the West Coast to San of wildlife, including grizzly bears, moose. children to all games to make sure your
children treated
I i __ f .. Francisco, then heading east again and caribou. should you are get involved properly.with Pop Warier
'rte visiting such well-known sights as Lake Florida isn't the only state that Has wind but in school activities as well. Let's show
Tahoe;the salt flats of Utah,Jackson Hole, the Smiths report. While cross-
_- Park problems, our concern,and Interest for the well being
Wyoming, Teton National ing Canada on the way to Manitoba, they of our young people. If you don't,who will?'
and Pike's Peak in Colorado. ;
Yellowstone, ran Into a dust storm with 80 mph winds-
1 V.nVtlarfblind, '.,'oft n thought,fa be a "modern", look, arc Mid to have been Installed In 1761 Among the most memorable items on kinda like a Florida hurricane with dust In- Linda HamptonRt

In St.: P ter*. Church in Philadelphia. the tripthough not.the most enjoyable-. stead of rain. 2,Starke t


September 19. 19145 ':' :.:XU.\PII: PIu !I

I Laurie Ann Williams and Bruce Tucker Marry Aug.l in MilanTenn. .1 I

Miss. Laurie Ann Williams and O'Daniel on the guitar. Vocalist was dy Williams/cousin of the bride. She The bride's table was overlaid The buffet table skirted in white
Bruce Alan Tucker, both of Jackson- Jimmy Williams, brother of the wore a white eyelet dress featuring with a floor length pink satin and linen edged in lace was centered by
ville, were united in marriage on bride. short sleeves and a pink ribbon. She lace cloth caught at the corner front a large voltic candelabra containing
Aug. 10 at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Randy Chitty of Jacksonville serv- carried a white wicker basket and corners with pink bows. The an arrangement of leatherleaf, pink
Church in Milan Tenn. with Rev. ed as best man. Groomsmen were decorated with silk gardenias, lily of focal point of the table was a tradi- carnations and gypsophlia. The
Don Witt performing the nuptials. David George, Lee Rowe, Randy the valley and pink satin ribbon. tional three-tiered white cake with tempting buffet consisted of ham
Parents of the couple are Mr. and ,Lewis and Steve Edmonds, all of strawberry filling. Nosegays of pink and cheese slices' with assorted
Mrs. James W. Williams of Milan, Jacksonville, and Hal Williams, The radiant bride was escorted mini-carnations were placed bet breads, sausage, cheese balls
Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Tuckerof brother of the bride of Milan, Tenn. down the aisle by her father. Her ween each tier. Adorning the keepsake pineapple cheese balls with assortedcrackers
Starke. Mrs. Tina' Graves' Johnson'' of gown of white tissue taffeta was tier was an arrangement of and raw vegetables with I I
Bolivar, Tenn., served as matron of enhanced by a square neckline and pink mini carnations, greenery and dip. I
Friends and relatives were honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. the fitted bodice featured venice ap- gypsophila. On either side of the ,
welcomed at the guest register by Karen Brewer Owen of Reidland, pliques trimmed in seed pearls and cake were silver candelabras con-
Mrs. Phillip Bell of Colllnsville,' Ill. Ky., Mrs. Laura Abernathy sequins. The pouffed sleeves were taining floral arrangements of pink Assisting with the hospitalitieswere I
The church was beautifully Williams of Jackson, Tenn., Miss accented by ruffles at the shoulder.The carnations and glowing pink tapers. Miss Sandy English and Miss
decorated with a large brass Mary Ramsay, Miss Donna Tur- full skirt ended in a chapel Wanda Wall, both of Jacksonville, 1
candelabra tree, brass spirals and byfill and Mrs. Paula Edmonds, all length train. The illusion veil attached The punch table was covered witha Mrs. Bart Ford of Gray, Inc., Mrs.
arches entwined with sprengeri fern of Jacksonville. to a venise bandeau accented satin and lace cloth to accompany Jess Bruce of Milan,Tenn.,and Miss I
and holding white tapers. The focal They wore long gowns of pink with venise appliques, seed pearls the bride's table. A silver beverage Melinda Wyatt of Union City, Tenn. .' '
point of the altar was the white satin bridal satin. The dresses featured and sequins fell into a fingertip fountain surrounded by greenery Following a wedding trip to Hilton "
kneeling bench entwined, with scoop necklines front and back with length veil. She carried a crescent pink carnations and roses accented Head, S.C., the couple are making ,
bV their home in
greenery and a pink satin bow.The pouffed sleeves to the elbows. Flat bouquet of gardenias, stephontis, gypsophila centered the table. Grandmothers Jacksonville. I
choir loft was draped with sprengeri bows across the shoulders accentedthe baby's breath and ivy with satin lace attending were "
The groom's table was covered Mrs. Elizabeth B. King of Memphis "
fern and and
held four large dresses. They carried bouquetsof streamers. I
tepee with a skirted ecru cloth. Clusters of Tenn., Mrs. Fred Williams of Milan,
palms. The marked pink rosebuds, pink carnations Immediately following the
pews were with ,
Tenn. and r ", .
at random Mrs. Howard
grapes were placed on Tucker of
pink bows and greenery. baby's breath and fern with pink ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Williams I
Music was provided by Suzanne satin bows and streamers.The entertained with a reception at the the table. The groom's cake was Keystone Heights. Orchids were pin-
chocolate and depicted golf ned on their shoulders.
a scene.
Fuqua on the piano and Randy flower girl was little Miss Cin- Milan Municipal Building. I'J.'i

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I Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Has Program On Santa Fe Healthcare Systems Mr. and Mrs.- Bruce Tucker' I IThe

speaker for the meeting of the jects worth $30,000,000 throughoutthe chen renovation, the Wellness, Inc., calls were made in July and 131 in
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary held various corporate affiliates. In Ayers' Medical Plaza, and the August. Mrs. Reddish also handedout
Monday evening, Sept. 16 at the addition to his architectural licensesin Alachua General Hospital Satellite the new yearbooks which she
Western Steer Steakhouse, was J. Florida and Pennsylvania. Knapp Campus with an 83 bed Psychiatric compiled during the summer.It .
David Knapp, Director of Design is also a licensed General ContractorIn facility and a 40 bed Rehabilitatipn was with regret that the resignation Social Side Club Newsof
and Construction at Santa Fe the State of Florida.A facility. of Marguerite Hall as hospitality '
Healthcare Systems, Inc. review of the major projects in President Marjorie Thomson shop telephone chairman was accepted the Notices
He was introduced by Judy Moore the Santa Fe Healthcare Systemswas presided over the meeting and asked ; and a welcome to Agnes Church Items
Assistant Administrator of BradfordHospital. covered using a slide presentation. members who can attend the Aux Dinkins to replace her. Mrs. Dinkinsis
Knapp received his degreein Presentation boards depicting iliary annual meeting Nov. 10-12 at also co-chairman for the hospitality News
Architecture from Carnegie- the line drawings of the new patientcare the Hyatt Hotel in Orlando to please shop.
Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pa. wing to show sign up for reservations. WeddingsReceptions
in 1977 and for the past eight the Bradford Hospital project in Ada Reddish reported that good Anne Whiffen and Amy Patton
he has been involved, in the design detail. Other projects covered were circulation has been made for TEL- were welcomed as new members. Gladys Mooty Parties
and construction of over $300,000,000in the renovation of Calhoun Hospitalin Med brochures which have been Judy Moore announced that National 964-7608
healthcare facilities. Blountstown and in Gainesville, handed out at the schools and Medical Services week will be
Knapp joined Santa Fe the Shared Services Laundry reloca- grocery stores. Leila's and Stumpsare Sept. 29-Oct..
Healthcare Systems in Sept., 1982. tion project, the Alachua General giving them out to their A good turnout of 55 members at-
He is in charge of construction,pro- Hospital Emergency Room and Kit- customers. She reported that 122 tended the meeting.

I Lady of Charity, Cuban Matron Honored by Dr. and Mrs. Hernandez Saturday NightThe I

Lady of Charity, the Cuban other flower arrangements which Margaret Howard and Mrs. and Mrs. Alejandro Radi Armando and and Mrs.their Orlando children Hurtado of Middleburg.Also de Mendoza. Past Master's Night
Mr. and Mrs.
Matron to all Cuban Catholics, was were gifts from Dr. and Mrs. Lopez, Florence Meres of Starke. daughter, attending from Jacksonvillewere Bradford
Dr. and Mrs. Sarntinoranont Mrs. Guests included Dr. and Mrs. Piedra, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Masonic Lodge
honored at a dinner party Saturday : Rafael Ynclan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ambers-
7 at the Starke Woman's Juana Infante, Dr. and Mrs. Goyen- Francisco Gutierrez, Mrs. Lucy Godaz, Dr. and Mrs. ,
night, Sept. and ly, John Lemox, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Club, given by Dr. and Mrs. CarlosM. chea, Dr. and Mrs. Garcia, Dr. and Brown, Mr. Cesar A. Avila, Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gutierrez Jesse Ms. Tita Provost, Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo Cin- Monday night, Sept. 23, at 6:30:
Paco ,
Hernandez. Mrs. Cossio and Dr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Angel Garri, Dr. and Mrs. C. ca, Dr. and Mrs. Humberto Rebollo, Past Masters will be
and Mrs. Juan
Gutierrez, Dr. Lopez,
Entertainment was provided by Romero. Romero, Dr. and Mrs. F. Jimenez, Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Fernandez, Mr Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Murray, Pablo honored at a covered dish dinner
the Bobby Griffin trio from The dessert table was beautifully all from Macclenny; Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Amado Mendez, Mr. and Perez, Dr. and Mrs. Jose Estroviz, with the lodge furnishing chicken.
decorated in and and Ramon Alvarez of Glen St.
Gainesville. yellow green Mary Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Tapia, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Arias, Dr. and Mrs. Felipe
full of delicious Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Homero Valdiviaof
International foods preparedby was desserts. Mrs.Hernandez's ; Ed-
were Garcia and their children, Dr. and Mrs. Tony Puente, Mr. and Mrs. The Master Mason degree will be
Mrs. Hernandez, who was bread pudding and Miami; Mrs. Olga Vedo, Mr. and Mrs. Gillermo Pujada, Mr. and Mrs.L died Morales, Mr. and Mrs. Rafael conferred at 7:30: p.m. with Past
assisted by Mrs. Charlotte DeSan- guava pastries; Edith Hurtado's deMendoza's Mrs. B. Correct, Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Vivencio Baitan and Companeria, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Masters assisting in the degree
tiago. coconut balls, Mrs.Stephenson's Sust, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Londono, Jennifer and Ronald. Also attendingwere Sucaquini, Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Jordan work. 25 and 50 year pins will be
The dining table was covered witha date balls, Mrs. Cuet's Dr. and Mrs. Delfin Limcangco and several from Lawteyand Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo Audrix, given out. Mason's families and
Sevillian lace cloth and centered cheese cake, Mrs. Cinca's, Mrs. son Mark, and Miss July Rivers, all guests Dr. and Mrs. Jaime Calzada, Dr. friends are invited.
with an arrangement of yellow Radi's, and Mrs. Valdivia's cakes from Gainesville; Dr. and Mrs. Jose Starke.
gladiolus and carnations which wasa and many more assorted and Goyenechea, Dr. and Mrs. Oteiza,
gift of Maria and Joe Stephenson. delicious desserts including the best Mrs. Carmen Garrin and Mrs;
The hall was decorated with many chocolate fudge prepared by Mrs. Esther Sabin of Lake City; Mr. and


bn'; President ** ; Z.2? '
J Mrs. John W..Griffin Elected Club : 'I

D0Ar livA manu'V.'F ,nartit.v.. .of..f..ha...tjwnrlH...I........*.*!in hn nui*,ury! u.4A0av.,....+....Dinars K CM in me mt com i tanas I aoovo I7 rir ina Arctic circle.Notice .

ford and answered necessitated a special election to fill
County, ques
Mrs. George Roberts, fourth vice
tions concerning the planting and unexpired terms: Mrs. John W. Griffin -
president, presided at the opening care of young trees in the area, par- president, Mrs. L. T. Young, ..,,, '- .. '
meeting of the 1985-86 year of theWoman's ticularly in light of recent heavy first vice president, and Mrs. C. B. I [

Club of Starke on Wednes- rains. Ruckdeschel as third vice presidentwere ,_ ., .- .. -, I\
day, Sept. 11.Following "
The business meeting followedMr. ratified by the membership at-

the introduction of Norton's remarks, with Mrs. J. tending.
i I guests, the devotions were read by D. Warren reading the minutes of Three new members, Mesdames Notice
, Mrs. Jack Trawick. the previous meeting and Mrs. A. K. Frick, Grider and Allen were ac-
cepted into the Club.
Under the auspices of the Conser- Carlisle giving the treasurer'sreport.
Mrs. Griffin announced that
vation Committee, the speaker, a
The resignation of Mrs. R. A. bridge luncheon will be held at the
David Norton, County
Forester, spoke on the importance of Green Jr., as president was ac.cepted clubhouse on Thursday, Sept. 26; all of Budget Hearing
tree-harvesting industries to Brad- with regret. This action attend.card players are cordially invited to

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Federal Revenue SharingThe

'lJ City of Hampton has tentatively adopted a

1: ''. 'l y budget for Fiscal Year 1986. A public hearing to make a

FINAL DECISION on the budget will be held on

:. September 24, 1985 at Hampton City Hall at 7:00: p.m.

The following is a summary of The City of Hampton

Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1986.

Category Total of

All Funds
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Revenue ,. ,<. &\*'x '''',.:' *. f :

General I Fund . . . ."f"ft.. ,' .;. />!..., '.' :; :.. .....;..., . '69,521.00

General Fund Carryover . ... ';: : .',0'. ... . ,.'.. .,. 11665.00
Bill Wilson Starke florist for the same -
designed by
At left Is elaborate diamond and flowers headdressthat .
won first place award for Larry Williams in the show. "It was a big night for Starke In the big city of GRAND TOTAL.81,186.00Administration : :
Jacksonville, says champ designer Larry Williams.
Jacksonville headdress competition last Saturday. At : I

right Is the equally awesome snow scene headdress ,

. . . .' .,. '. 'i./: .'. t . 25,678.00Fire

I Williams Wins First in Headdress ContestLarry I Department . . . .' .' '... '/. .' . . . 2,500.00
Recreation Department . . .' ;' . 2,500.00

Florist, Starke Williams, took first of Wilson's place in styrofoam Russian reproduction Church with of"a onion-traditional bed Reaching of over out 400 Dendrobium from the skull orchids cap. Sanitation Department . . . :,,". . '. .. . . . 4,200.00

the flower headdress competitionstaged shaped domes, using lan film, were over 60 stems of silver chenille *, : ::; . . 9,200.00
Saturday night at the Florida mirror squares, and fresh flowers. shaped in scroll designs with mirrored TOTAL, . . . . . v' -". ,, ? ; ',,'
National Pavlllion Jacksonville's The church sat atop a large beads dripping from their tips. ." ,:;/. : ; ,t .
snowflake created with silverchenille Individual orchid blossoms were t.<>. ; I {
Metropolitan Twelve of Park.Northeast Florida's stems and a bed of white glued to the bead ends, while large Street' Department . .' . .- .' ...'(?.;L' l'6. .; :. ,.|f!, A .,; . 27,020.00
floral designers were invited flowers, creating a wintry scene. white Cattaleya orchids, stems of ". :' ; ; '
to participate in this headdress This headdress rose to a height of lily-of-the-valley, and sprays of Den- Police Department . . . . "f.VTl. ; '?rf. . ; . 19,288.00Revenues'
extravaganza at the First Greater almost ten feet from the floor. drobriums extended out of the skull \ "
Jacksonville Symphony Ball. carry- During the spectacular show,each caps and also out of the top of the <; : v, .. ., '
ing out the theme, "An Evening of model in the headdress competitionrose diamond design in a starburst effect. : : .; .
Dance and Flowers". Williams and above the stage on a hydrauliclift With the headdress placed on the '
Bill Wilson both then paraded down two flights of model's head the combined height Water Bill Collections ; .. . . . . . 18,512.00
headdresses to be' modeled in the stairs, choreographed to each was nine feet from the floor with a
competition. musical theme. In the finale, all width of almost 4V4 feet.
Using as his musical theme, models assembled in a circle on the
"Diamonds Are a Girl's Best dance floor surrounding a fountain Water Department

Williams created a tower- of fireworks centered in the. middleof Wilson used a Russian motif for . . ... 27,512.00 \
Friend"creation, mixing exotic flowers the group.:. his headdress, inspired by "Lara s Expenditures . . .- . . .r
and simulated diamonds poised atopa Following a midnight buffet, the Theme" from the movie "Doctor .. .. I
glittered skull crowned with a contest winners were ,announced, ". Starting with a across '
diamond cap fashioned in a and Williams received a handsome drape with miniature lights .. f
huge brffiiajit-cut shape balanced above a trophy for his first place try. the front_ the creation rose into a n ,_



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;'I.r.." GENERAL m MILLSGOLD September; 1985 TELEGRAPH Page,'A

The Glen Polka
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Celebrate 25thAnniversary

Mr and Mrs Glen Polk celebrated
their 25th wedding anniversary Sun

byythechhildrena reception given
e Jason, Randall;
and Scott Polk and their families at
the Fellowship Hall of the First
United Methodist Church.
<: The cake table was covered with a
lace cloth over pink and centered
with an arrangement of white carnations
At one end of the table was a
4 bt S four-tiered wedding cake, cut by
Mrs. Vivian Chappell, and at the
..j >, other end of.the table punch was
served by Mrs. Brenda Whitehead.
MEDAL Mrs. Betty Bennett kept the guest
: RAWSONS assisted book and in serving.Mrs. Betty Heavener Dr. E. M. Zimmerman

FLOUR Miss Kristi! Johns presented piano
selections during the reception.
PLAIN OR SELF RISING Cheryl Furrow Fifty guests called between the for Sep 22
Timothy Alldredge hours of 2 and 4 p.m.AtANOUNCI.
At First Methodist
, 5 LB BAG Cheryl Furrow,
Services will be held each eveningat
Timothy AlldredgeTo 7:30: p.m., Sunday through Thurs-
Wed Sept. 28 day at the First United Methodist
G Church.
c Mr. and Mrs. Don Furrow an- Conducting the preaching missionis
nounce the engagement and approaching Dr.i Gene Zimmerman pastor of
"Where Our Name Is Your Guarantee! their
marriage of David Peter Schlofman Southside Methodist Church. Dr
'pl''lp\ daughter, Cheryl Mane, to TimothyLee Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Schlofman Zimmerman is a noted speaker
," L Alldredge, son of Wayne and of Starke announce the birth of a much in demand throughout the
". PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., Louise Alldredge, all of Starke. son, David Peter, born Aug. 28 in state and will be speaking on topics
The bride-elect is a 1984 graduate related to Christian Faith.
I Alachua General Hospital. He joinsa
I SEPT.: 19 THRU WED, SEPT. 25, of Bradford High School. brother, Michael, age 3Vi and a Everyone Is invited to a covered
\. 1985. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR Mr. Alldredge is currently in the sister Jill age 5.Paternal dish supper at 6 p.m. Sunday.. All
.cdJ/i U.S. Army and is stationed at Ft. grandparents are Mr. members who have joined the
af TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. Devens, Mass. and Mrs. Art Schlofman of Orange church since Rev. Wilson has been
-'MSMyf t QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. The wedding will be Sept. 28 at 3 Park. Maternal grandparents are pastor at First Church will be the
p.m. in the Church of Christ, Starke.A Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schopper of honored guests at this time.
reception will follow at the Bradford Chicago, Ill. The nursery will be open for all
Florist Wedding House. services.
All friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend. Melissa Kay Griffis
Betty Crocker Betty CrockerSpecialty James and Cindy Griffis of
Graham announce the birth of their Christie Torode

Super Moist Potatoes Becky Giddens second Alachua daughter General, Melissa Hospital Kay, at in Shower HonoreeA

Shower Honoree Gainesville. She joins a sister, Gina, miscellaneous baby shower for
Cake Mixes Augratin, Hashbrown, Sour Cream Becky Payne Giddens was age 2Y.a. Christie Torode was held at the
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Flynn home on Kingsley Lake on
and Chives, Scalloped or Julliene shower honored at a miscellaneous bridal Leona TT: Brown of Starke and the Tuesday, Sept. 3 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Thursday Sept. 5, given by
Assorted varieties18.5oz late A. C. Brown. Paternal grand- Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs.Lee Casey,Mrs.Johnny Hobbs,
Debbie Flynn Shirley Gillis and
parents are James A. and Julia T.
Box 5 oz. and Mrs. Tom Casey at the home of Paula Register.
the latter. Griffis of Graham. Paternal great
I After playing games the 32 guests
The refreshment table was grandmother is Mrs. Mary Tarbi,
enjoyed cake and various hors
also of Graham.
I covered with a white embroideredcloth d'oeuvers as the honoree opened her
centered by an arrangementof gifts. The honoree was presented .
David Thomas Alvarez
79C .....;.y; ":: .::1. 89Cc1Betty served silk Mrs.Cake Lee Casey and punch and were Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.Loren David Alvarezof with a baby swing by the hostessesas
\:";: : ,r:. '" I Tom Casey. Starke announce the birth of a a memento of the occasion.
David Thomas, born 4
I.'of "r: Corsages were presented to Ms. on Sept. ,
,. :. /G.JJ:! Giddens and her mother, Mrs. Gainesville.1985 at Alachua General Hospital in Legionnaires Attend
Marion Payne.The honoree was also
School of InstructionNine
Crocker Betty CrockerHamburger given a blender as a memento of the grandparents are
occasion.Ms. Ronald and Kay Starling of Starke. members from American
Giddens was assisted in Paternal grandparents are Lorienzaand Legion Jones Landford-White Post
Ready to SpreadFrostings or Tuna ing her gifts by her daughter,Nicole. Annie Alvarez of Starke. 56, Starke attended a School of In-

'- struction on Sept. 15 given by the
Twin Brothers Florida District and held in
Helper Miss Regina Eunice Brandon Collins Griffis Belleview by American Legion Post
William Gerad Griff
284. The school was given for Legion
Assorted Varieties ,, Assorted Varieties Honored at ShowerOn Danny and Louette Griffis of members and Auxiliary members.The .
Starke announce the birth of twin
M 1 Monday night, Sept. 9, the meeting lasted until noon
1S.5 oz 7oz boys born 3 in Shands Hospital.
-Starke Rec. Center was the scene of Sept. after which a lunch was enjoyed.
Miscellaneous shower. They join a brother, Daniel Griffis, Those attending from here were
l Family
Hareburpe i r"r"a the II, age 1.Maternal. Mrs. Edith Gowans, Mr. and Mrs.
One game was enjoyed by
$ 3 9 C Helper I l' :. guests that attended. grandparents are Mr. Robert Brown Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Edwin Johns of Starke.
L Miss Eunice received many useful Richard Coss, Mrs. Edward Cole,
.. '' 1 9 9 AOOTD11Bf A gifts. During the party hours of 7-9 Paternal Griffis grandparents are Mrs. June Cole,Lottie Cole and Mrs.A. L.
Pauline and Griffis of
.. Kling
, r., j :.'<,.:;. -- HGMBU.' E...{: .._ :'JJ* Terri Fender, Connie Mos ey, Deanna -' .. Starke.Maternal great- grandparentS- ?- -- ..-are.r Crosby.

Tomlinson and
ft Tammy Mosley. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns of Eastern Star
Lola Martin cut the cake.
Starke. Maternal great, great
Crocker y grandmother is Mrs. Dora Taylor. Supper Sept. 21
Betty 69slulC Betty Crocker Third SeasonOf (Editor's Note: This announce- Starke Chapter *224, Order of the
HnnnMiuTawiiiii MIX ment is being reprinted this week
Eastern Star, will have a covered
Bisquick I Renew Set because of incomplete copy from dish 21 at 7
ge Brownie Mix Supreme last week.) supper Saturday, Sept. ,
Sign Up' Sunday for the third p.m. in the Masonic Hall.
40 oz Box & Japi 23.5 oz season of Renew, a parishbasedthree CORRECTION All Masons and their families are
year program of spiritual Phillip Edwin Sellers invited to attend.
development will be held Sept.21.22 Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie E. Sellers of
in the 17-county Catholic Diocese of Starke announce the birth of a son, Retired Teachers
St. Augustine.The Phillip Edwin, born Aug. 23 in
$159 $169 third season "Empowermentby Humana Hospital. He joins two Meet TodayThe
the Spirit", focuses on issues of sisters, Stephanie Gay, age 9, and Bradford-Union Retired
A CamA / justice and begins Oct. 13.
Dawn, 5.
Emily age Teachers Association will hold its in-
Catholics will
On Sign Up Sunday Mr.
Maternal grandparents are itial meeting Sept. 19, at 10:30 a.m.,
be asked to fill out cards to participate
and Mrs. Arlen Gay of Jacksonville; at the United Methodist Church
in small groups which meetin W. J. Eppersonof
great grandfather
Social Hall, in Lake Butler.
homes week for the six
once a
Starke and great grandmother,
All members are asked to pleasebe
weeks of the third season (Oct.
Mrs. Marshall Gay of Fairbanks.
and help us to organizefor
13-Nov.). The small groups reflecton present
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
different the year's work. Miss Katie Ep
General Mills General Mills each Scripture week. and a theme Mrs. E. C. Sellers of Starke. person, Secretary and Mrs. Ruth M.

Renew began .in the fall of 1984 in Jenkins, President.
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of Renew. Margaret McCully is Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Buck of
c ; Cereal the diocesan coordinator of Renew. Groveland were visiting Mr. and L. C. Early returned today after
Mrs. Herbert Thomas on Monday. surgery three weeks ago in Alachua

14 oz Box _b- 18 oz Box Did You Know........... General Hospital.Mr. .
Friends of Frank Mitchell will
Mr. and Mrs.A. B.Whitehead,Sr., regret to hear he will be on crutchesfor and Mrs. Jennings Rogers of
and Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead, Jr., three months with a broken Ocala were Sunday visitors of Mr.
$189 $279 returned Tuesday of last week froma ankle. He returned last week from and Mrs. Ben Rowland.
tour of the Smoky Mountains. On Alachua General Hospital where he
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The Nell Tuckers Legion Auxiliary Plans Activities For Fail Hampton' Hilites 1 I

Host Rehearsal DinnerMr. ,' ,. .
Activities for the fall season were regular second Tuesday meeting.A Condolence'Sympathy J'' J I
and Nell Tucker a By Dolores Meng
Mrs. gave
Sale will be held at
outlined at a meeting of American Rummage is extended to the family
their Phone 488-1915
dinner Friday night,Aug. 9, Laurie Legion Auxiliary, Post 56, on the Legion Hall on Oct. 12, startingat and friends of Mrs Libby Ellis!;
son Bruce and his fiance Restaurant, in September 10 at the Legion Hall on 8 a.m., to raise funds for needed Successful JamboreesThe who died on Sept. 14 in State vllle', .
Williams, at Edwards Road. supplies, a Staff Flag for the Aux- r'''?
the couple's Hampton Jamboree held at
Jackson, Tenn.rehearsal.The During the meeting,presided over iliary, and charitable causes. the City Park on Sept. 7 profitted N.C.On Sunday Mrs. Clarice; Adkins
wedding Antoinette Coss plans Present staff members of the Auxiliary accompanied her daughters, Mrs.;
T-shaped tables were covered by president $388, bringing total collected to date
white linen cloths. The head were made for the Poppy Sale, with are Violet Stallings,vice president $1,800. Proceeds go to the City Jean Prevatt of Starke, Mrs. Helen
with centered with an arrange- Violet Stallings as chairperson, ; Mary Gissy, secretary- Recreation Department for improvement Richard of Ocala and Mrs.'Louise
table was Beulah Moody co-chair. treasurer; Lucille Stieh, chaplain; of Statesville
flowers in the bride'schosen assisted by of the park area and pur- Smith Jacksonville to
ment of colors. Place cards markedthe Historian Edith Gowans will handle Edith Gowans, historian; and Mary chase of equipment. for the funeral of Mrs. Ellis. They
for the publicity.Other Brown, sergeant-at-arms. Prizes were awarded Sept. 7 for returned home on Wednesday.Mrs. .
seating assignments include Lucille During the closing ceremony a the best performing bands at the Ellis was the granddaughterof I
and their parents.
honored couple gifts to their Stieh, chaplain, who is compiling a moment of silence was observed in Jamboree. The Harris Family Bandof J.E. (Jim) and Pency Adkins and \
The couple presented the dinner. Book of Prayers; Mary Brown, memory of 'Robbie L. Shaller of Lake City was given $50 as the the daughter-in-law of June Adkins ;
attendants during Violet Crosby, and Delia Cole, Starke, who had been a member of Ellis.
the special occasion first prize. $25 went to the Bluegrass :
Enjoying and refreshments andMary the American Legion and served in Parties
50 guests in- membership ; Melody Band of Branford and Old Birthday
were approximately Gissy Americanism. the U.S. Army in World War II. On Saturday Laurel Sanford
the immediate families,out- Town for place.
cluding Miss June Cole was interviewedand Any qualified woman wishing to Mrs. Bobbie Shepherd, Jamboree celebrated her eighth birthday ,
friends and the wedding
of-town par- the Auxiliary become a member of the Auxiliaryis which occurred 13 with I
selected by as Chairman, wishes to thank the Grif- on Sept. a
Anthony Franklin ty. Poppy Girl for the ensuing year. invited to contact Mary Brown at fis Industries for their recent dona- party for friends at the home of her
A covered dish dinner will be held 964-5554,or Violet Crosby at 9645074. tion of $250 for the Park Benefit .. Patty Sanford and
Anthony Franklin Has at 4.p.m., Oct. 8. followed by the Fund. daughters on Hampton Lake. I
Wins FellowshipIn Library Among others who deserve special Laurel's sister, Holly, was three on I
Studies Old Tax RecordsThe recognition for their donations are Sept. 3.Relatives. :
Dental the Slade Gas Company for use of attended a party held '
Anthony J. Franklin, son of Mr. Bradford County from the Public State Did You Know.., their cooker and supplying gas,Lola for Erik Scoggins on Sunday, Sept, I
and Mrs. Robert Franklin of Library has acquired Fla. 15 Williamson for use of her large coffee 15, at the home of his parents, Mr. ':
in ,
Lawtey, was recently awarded the reels Archieves of tax records for Florida in the pot, those who baked cakes and and Mrs. Randy Scoggins.
Delores A. Auzenne graduate 1800's. Included are the New River Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whitley of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Silkowski of donated time including Bette Smith Hampton Elementary
fellowship at the University of (Bradford) tax rolls for 1860, and Americus, Ga., spent the weekend Sarasota were guests of Mrs. Elna Dot Mitzel, Mabel McCullough andGeorge Please Save Labels
Florida. This fellowship is awardedto Records for 1862-68 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schaffer for three days last week. Werre. Labels are being collected at the
Bradford County
students showing academic and Frank W. Palmer, Sr., and son, On Sept; 7 Elwood Padgett who school for the following companies:
professional promise in disciplines Other 187260.counties represented in this Palmer Brown of UF. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby visited has a September birthday was Campbell's, Swanson, Recipe, and
related to medicine or dentistry. collection Include Clay, Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews in honored with a special cake. _" Franco-American. School supplies
Anthony was a 1977 graduate of Alachua, Columbia and Putnam. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Padgett of Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. The next Jamboree is scheduledfor Will be furnished if enough labels are
received his B.S. Oct. 5 at the new park. turned in.
Bradford High and Many of these records were Plant City were weekend guests of :
from Georgia Mrs. P. D. Reddish.Dr. J. Frick returned
degree in chemistry destroyed years ago and are and Mrs.W.
Southern College in Statesboro, Ga. available only on film. These films Sunday, Sept. 8 from 10 days at
Currently, he Is in his fourth year at will provide a wealth of informationfor and Mrs. Greg Reddish and Helen, Ga. R .
the College of Dentistry at the genealogists and local historians. son, Jonathan, of Orlando spent the
University of Florida. weekend with his father, Sheriff Mrs. John Greene returned last

News On Film... Dolph Reddish and family. Tuesday in St. Vincent's Diamonds By Design
has also acquired
Family The Library Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strouss of Birm- Affordable Fashionsfrom
Starling Newsbank, the microfiche service
ingham, Ala., were Wednesday
articles on current John Baptist Church $4900@jPrtceeEXPIntSepl,28.l985
Reunion Sept. 14 which provides
overnight guests of Dr. and Mrs. O.
The children of the late Lonzo R. events 100 newspapers and issues throughout as reporte the din over U.S. L. Haynes, Jr. News Revival :::::

and Villa Starling had a invaluable ; I
Starling should
This acquisition prove
Saturday, Sept. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Herres There is still time to hear the last
reunion on and students.
family educators
to '
to of last weekin two nights of Rev. Willie Maberry'ssermons
T. spent Monday Friday
of Mr. and Mrs.
at the home the and take a look
Stop by Library ,_
Bellafontaine, Ohio and attendedthe at St.John Missionary Bap-
at Brooklyn Lake. x(
Kirkland, Jr., these today.
at two new acquisitions
attending were: funeral of his sister, Edith Her- tist Church in Lawtey nightly at 7:30 DDtl6RP I

Marklee The sons, Lonzo, Jr., Vernon (Dick), Book Sale Set... res, on Wednesday.Tom p ing.m. Rev.Hill Maberry Baptist is pastor Church of Spr-of oo DDH37RFS9900 i,

Paul, and Harvey, all of Kingsley The Library will be having its an- Marc and Bruce Jackson at- Gainesville and is heard on 88 AM ELEGANT 7 DIAMOND RING DIAMOND DOME "
Lake, Starke and Lawtey.' nual Book Sale in November. All radio each Sunday morning. compare at'150''" compare at'200
attending were Nettle tended the Florida AssociationLumberman's
Daughters Naomi donations of hardbounds, paper- in Orlando Dual's Day will be observed Sun-
Ruth Kirkland, Inez Batten, meeting 0 ,
backs, and magazines are greatly day. Sept. 22 at 11 a.rn.jand 3 p.m.
McCain of Ocala, last Thursday. As a coincidence they
Starling Lugene "0'" .; I
and Ruby Harris of Jacksonville.The appreciated. Drop your donation by bumped into Vickie Carver, Florida St. John is scheduled w be on the ,
the Library today and help us have a of Ministers and Deacons \.a..a t\\\1\a' Shop i iDDII'IRP
108 attending included the Immediate Citrus Queen, of Starke, who sent program p
book sale I Its at14 ii
families, 25 grandchildrenand successful her regards to Starke friends. Union in Old Town, Fla., on Sept. Sire i

grandchildren.A 27-29. !
27 great
Thank .
you ,
covered dish dinner was enjoyedby $9900
We would like to thank the many
Friends Bradford of Countians the Library who joined this year.the You'll find exactly the right gift compare at. .,,"

Over $1,600 was contributed 1 in our wide selection of Bibles 6DDI127RI' ::::
Did You Know...........

Mrs. Peggy Shaller spent the Did You Know....,..,... DDIW4VP
weekend with Mr.and Mrs. Don Ray Bride'. Bibles for the bride 4900 *49
Tilley and Mr.. and Mrs. Ogden Robert Cooper of Melbourne spent ATTRACTIVE 3 DIAMOND RING SMART MARQUISE LOOK
Bates in Jacksonville.Mr. Thursday to Sunday with his I e Family Bibles for the new family compare at. '100" compare at '100
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper.
.- and Mrs. Bill McClane and!: They all visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Large Print Bibles for the elderly ( '
daughter Katie, and Dr. Glenn Mc- Stewart in LaCrosse and Mr.and
Clane of Tallahassee spent the Mrs. Ernest Lord and family in e Reference Bibles for the student c
weekend with their mother, Mrs. J. Cross City on Sunday. .
H. McClane and. celebrated her bir Youth Bibles for.the young
K:: .Gift
thday. Mr.and Mrs.R.O.Dansby will attend :i Christian, ,- < .
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j t the.Stephen Hall and Susan UlUJer anc,( f.I, c3:
Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips attendeda l Bollen wedding in Orlando on Satur Student Bibles for the beginning
traffic workshop in Tallahasseelast day. It student 704 w Co// 'Sf.Starke. .
Thursday and visited friends in Mon.-Fn
Crawfordville over the weekend. Douglas Seymour of Miami and Florida c.f, 9.2
Hal Seymour'' of Gainesville were from a wide variety of tylea, color., 9-5:30 DIRECT DIAMOND DISTRIBUTORS
Pauline and Angle DeVore of home for the weekend. cover and price Come in and browse.Chastain's All uviglitt' ., to show detailMQRETHAH .
Lawtey Lisa Laymon of Jackson-
ville Paul and Lola Laymon ofDunlap Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth has return-
Tenn., and' David and ed after being confined in
Ginger DeVore of Lawtey, took an Tallahassee Memorial Hospital for Jewelry & Gift Gallery, Inc.
extended vacation during the Labor 10 days and another 10 days at the
Day holiday. Some sights enjoyed in- home of her brother-in-law and 104 W. Call Street Starke 964-7271
cluded the Presley mansion in Mem- sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bowmanin v
Duro in Amarillo, fractured M-F 9-5:30 Sat. 9-2
phis, Palo Canyon Quincy after receiving a
Painted Desert, Petrified Forest pelvic bone from a fall at the homeof
Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and her sister almost a month ago.
Las Vegas.

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Budget Hearing will be held Monday, September 30, 1985 for all eld

interested citizens of Bradford County for the Board of County Commissioners d

the following budget is proposed for the fiscal year 1985-86. 2y ;

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40-01-516-54 Law Library Books and Materials 2,000.00 1

40-02-523-10 County Jail: Salaries and OPS 159,587.00County 1 ,

40-02-523-30 Jail: Operating Expenses 40,450.00 1 1I tMVi

I 40-02-523-60 County Jail: Capital Outlay Cost 1,000.00 1

4002523.99 County Jail: Reserve for Contingency 3,000.00 1

40-03-523-46 County Jail Repairs and Maintenance 2,000.00County 1

40-21-511-45 Insurance and Bonds Cost. 42,000.00 1

40-21-511-46 County Building Repairs and Materials 2,000.00 1 .

40-21-511-64 l County New' Equipment over $100.00 15,000.00 1 i Y s

40-21-560-49 Medicine pnd; Doctor Vendor Fees 6,000.00 1 ,
40-21-590-52 Computer Cost Allocation 15,000.00 1 1 ""i '. _

40-21-590-71 ", ;' Computer Principal I Cost. 17,500.00. 1 ,
4 40-21-590-72 .' ,' Computer Interest Cost 9,000.00 1 .p
J. i 10700.00 ', ,
40-21-590-99 Reserve for Contingency
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' 40-241-100 Total Budget Appropriation 1985-86 325,237.00,

The meeting will be held at the Bradford County Courthouse for the HOW YOU CAN CALL ON YOUR TELEPHONE i

purpose of discussion of the proposed budget at 8:00: p.m. The proposed -

budget may be examined on weekdays at the Clerk Finance Office m DO EVER BEFORE. )

between the hours of 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m. All interested citizens will
With Contel's custom calling features,your phone can be faster more con i

have the opportunity to give written and oral comment., Senior citizens venient, and more accessible than it's ever been. ;

are encouraged to attend and comment. Best of all, these features can be added for only pennies a day. I ICall

E your Comel service office for detailsThese! days sf ten yvu* need ::1

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IN AND FOR BRADFORD that I I. Dolph E. Reddish IN THE CIRCUIT;: COUR1 vmiu or ii.'isdi.topi! ; of
u. Tornado Volleyball Teams Begin Se son COUNTY as sheriff of Bradford OF THE EIGHTH' JUDICIAl' the court. ALL CLAIMS
1985 BHS The Bradford High School Lady Case No.83-357 Execution to-wit: FLORIDA FOREVER BARRED.
Varsity Volleyball Schedule _' Tornadoes Volleyball teams dropped Execution .Issued out PROBATE DIVISION Publication of this

Sept. 17 GHS Away 7 p.m. their season opener in INDERPAL S. BASSI Husband of County Court of Duval CASE NO. 85-76-CP notice has begun on
Sept 19 Santa F. 7 Gainesville Tuesday, Sept. 17. '" County Florida pursuantto "..3659IN September 19, 1985.
Away p.m. Final Judgement for for Personal)
Coach Inez Diggs said the team and a Attorney
Sept. 24 Interlachen Away 7 Ferguson Enterprises, RE: The Estate of
p.m. was not mentally prepared for the MANJEET K. BHAGRATH. Representative:
Sept. 30 Mlddleburg Away 4 p.m. match, and was not able to break WIU. Inc., and against W. V. MINNIE Deceased.M. REID, TERENCE M. BROWN
I Jr.. d/b/a For-
Oct. 1 North Marion Home 6 p.m. Gainesville High's powerful serve. Forsyth defendant NOTICE OF P.A.
will be working NOTICE OF SUIT syth Plumbing i Post Office Drawer 40
She said the team
Oct. 3 Eastslde Home 6 ADMINISTRATIONThe
i p.m. second NO PROPERTYTO In the amount of Starke, Fla. 32091
Oct. .7 Lak. Butler Hom. 5 p.m. hard to be ready for their 4301.55 together with administration of Telephone(904)964.8272
match when they travel to Santa Fe : INDERPAL S. the Estate of
of collection. Minnie M.
costs By: Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.
: Oct. 8 Santa F. Hom. 6
p.m. 19. BASSI. address
tonight, Sept. Have seized and haveIn Reid Deceased File No.
; Oct. 10 G.H.S. Home 6 p.m. Match time at Santa Fe will be 6 unknown my possession the 85-76-CP, 11-3659. ,Is Personal Representative .
Oct. 14 Mtddleburg Home 5 p.m. p.m. for the J-V. and 7 p.m. for the YOU ARE HEREBY following described personal pending In the Circuit :

Oct. 15 Ealtlld. Away 7 p.m. varsity, NOTIFIED that an action property to-wlt Court for Bradford Coun EVELENA B. KITTLES
1977 GMC truck VIN ty Florida Probate Division
Post Office Box 47
,, 'Oct. 17 Interlachen Hom. 6 p.m. < 'Football Tickets for DISSOLUTION OF No. TCL337B527488. the address of Lawtey Fla. 32058.
Oct. 21 Clay High Home 6 p.m. Now on Sale MARRIAGE has been and filed 1980 Ford Truck 1 ton, which is Bradford County 9/19 2tchg 9/26
against you you VIN F37GNGDO255 Courthouse, Post Office
Oct. 22 5 no.
Clay High Away p.m. Reserved seat tickets for all home are required to serve a 23' Grlffcraft Boat FL Drawer B, Stark.,
Oct. 28 lake Butler Away 6 p.m. varsity football games are now on 'copy of your written 3643 CM (built 1981)), Florida 32091. The NOTICENOTICE
Oct. 31 North Marion Away 6 p.m. sale at Bradford High School.If defenses, If any to It, on Boat trailer Manic- names and addresses of Is hereby
you would like reserved seats the plaintiff whose Tilt Serial No. 1023544.As the Personal Representative given that on Monday
r 1985 J-V Schedule for the '85 Tornado football season, name and address If: the property of the and the PersonalRepresentative's Sept. 23, 1985, at 10:00:
see Mrs. Wanda Prevatt in the Brad- "' above named defendantand attorney a.m. the undersigned
Sept. 17 G.H.S. Away 6 p.m. ford High School Office. 2370 SW: Archer Rd.. that on Monday, the are set forth GATOR FREIGHTWAYS
Sept. 19 Santa F. Away 6 p.m. Tickets are $21 each for the six Fla.Number 32608 44, Gainesville, 14th day of October blw.All INC., will sell at public
home games. 1985 at 2:00 p.m. on Interested personsare auction for cash at 2600
Sept. 24 Interlachen Away 6 p.m. On the day of the games, student and file the original with said day on the premisesof required to file with Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville,
Sept. 26 Clay High Away 4 p.m. tickets will be sold at the high school the clark'of the above the Bradford CountyJail this court,WITHIN THREE Fla., one lot of shelving
Oct. 1 North Marion Home 5 p.m. office at reduced prices: $1 for styled court on or before Yard I will offer for MONTHS OF THE FIRST consigned to Gray Drug
K-5 and $2 for grades 612. September 26, 1985: sale and sell to the PUBLICATION OF THIS Co., Royal Palm Beach
5 ,
3 Ealhlde Home grades
Oct. p.m. ,. otherwise a judgementmay all claims Fla.,
highest bidder for cash NOTICE: ((1)) to ,satisfy freight
Oct. 8 Santa F. Home 5 p.m. be entered against In hand the above against the estate and and storage charges,
Oct. 10 G.H.S. Home 5 p.m. you for the relief described properly of ((2)) any objection by an under the provIsions of
Oct. 15 Eastside 6 Legal NoticesIN demanded In the com- said defendant to satisfy Interested person to Section 4b( ) of Uniform
Away p.m.
plaint or petition. the aforesaid Execution. whom notice was mailed Standard Bill of lading.
Oct 17 Interlach.n Home 5 p.m. WITNESS my hand and DOLPH E. REDDISH that challenges the Gator Frelghtways
Oct. 24 Clay High Home 5 p.m. the seal of said court on Sheriff validity of the will, the Carrier
Oct. 31 North Marion Away 5 p.m. THE CIRCUIT COURT F.S., as Act keifStorageFacility that theund.r.lgn.d August 26, 1985. Bradford County Florida qualifications of the Personal 01.567975 dtd 7/2/85
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY GILBERT S. BROWN as 9/19 4tchg 10/10 Representative, 9/12 2tchg 9/19
FLORIDA, PROBATEDIVISION will sell for Clerk of said court.
cash to the highest bidder By: Beulah Moody As
File Number 85-83-DP at 301 South 1642 S. Deputy Clerk.
Division 1.3663 Walnut St.. Starke. Fla., 8/29 4tchg 9/19
Cross-Conratry Girls Win IN RE: Estate of at 9:30: a.m. on the 19th NAPA'sBEST
: FRANZ DEKEYZER day of September, 1985
td. the contents of Unit 12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
D<':'! .!
1 It was a good beginning for the defending 4A champ Antonette NOTICE OF CASON. JR., containing: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Tornado cross country teams Saturday Turner from Ed White in 12:30: ADMINISTRATIONThe miscellaneoushousehold AND FOR BRADFORD

Sept. 14, as the varsity girls closely followed by Orange Park'sEllie administration of goods by C & COUNTY FLORIDA NOW AT
took home the first place trophy at Runice at 12:40: and Jenna the estate of Franz C STORAGE 1642 S. .
'. the 16th Annual Greater Jacksonville Dunn in 12:45.: Lori Sapp came in DeKeyzer deceased Walnut Street Starke, Case No. 85-366-CA
[ Cross Country Championship at fifth at 13:30 as the first finisher for File Number 85-83-DP, Is Fla.. 9648848. SPECIALNAPA
Bishop Kenny High School. BHS. pending In the Circuit 9/12 2tchg 9/19 IN RE: The Marriage Of -
; Lori Sapp finished fifth overall. Sapp finished third at state last Court for Bradford County DAVID THOMAS
Kelley Jackson came in 14th Bar year with a time of 12:03 in 2A com- Florida Probate Divi CLARK PRICES
bara Harris 21st, Christ! Harrell petition. Hon the address NOTICENotice Husband ..T/
which Is Probate Clerk Is hereby given and !
22nd Lisa Tierney 32nd and Robin
Varsity... Circuit Court, Bradford that on Monday Sept. BOONRUAN '
Manning 37th to round out the team Boys County Courthouse, 23, 1985 at 10:00 a.m., PAKDIPANYA CLARK.
scorers. Even though the boys didn't have Starke, Florida 32091. the undersigned, GATOR Wife ;
The boys varsity team did not full team to score with, three from The names and addresses FREIGHTWAYS, INC., jr'm
I, have a full 5-member team and BHS made the three mile run. of the personal will sell at public auction NOTICE OF ACTIONTO OIL FILTER
\ could not score with only three run- Ninth grader Randy Stahler representativ..and the for cash at 2600 LloydRd. : BOONRUAN I 4HAPA FOR CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS(
ners, but is expecting two more for finished 65th, with a time of 19:30.: .. Jacksonville, Fla.. PAKDIPANYA CLARK : .
the next meet, Coach George Loper This was an "Excellent time for a representative's attorney one lot of batteries consigned You are notified that : : only
says.A freshman," said Loper. are ..t forth to DURACELL an action has been filed $2111"OIL
I boys team and a girls team from Chad Tennant was 86th in 24:15 below. U.S.A., Jacksonville, against you and you are
the middle school ran in the junior and Curtis Knight was 89th in 27:03.: All Interested personsare Flo., to satisfy freight required to serve a copy FUnl'' I
F with said he expects senior required to file with and storage charges, of written defenses, I
: high portion of the event good Loper your I" *AFTER tl 00 REBATENAPA
results. The girls were second, Bruce Davis to be at the next meet this court WITHIN THREE under the provisions of If any, to JAMES R. "" I /
first with freshman Robert MONTHS OF THE FIRST Section 4 (b) of Uniform FLYNN. ESQUIRE. Peti 11Jj-
missing by just one point taking along
PUBLICATION OF THIS Standard Bill of Lading. tioner's whose
and the boys were fourth. Alvarez, making a complete team. Attorney
all claims Gator Frelghtways
NOTICE: ((1)) address Is 405 West 10W40
Loper cited the rain softened against the estate and Carrier Georgia Street, Starke,
course and north-easter winds as BATS (2)) any objection) by onInt.r..t.d 04.556327 did 7/2/85 Florida 32091, on or MOTOR OIL
having a slowing effect rn the times. Running in the junior high school person on before October 16, 1985.
races were the BMS Roadrunners, whom this notice was 9/12 2tc!g 9/19 and file the original with OFFER AND NAPA INCLUDES SAC 90 NAPA 10W30 ,1 f
Girls Varsity... who fielded complete teams in both served that challenges the Clerk of this Court
"I couldn't': have been more pleased the boys and girls divisions. the validity of the will -......* before service on -' .
with'the= results," said Lopern VTMttM girls division,:IT was''a1l4 the qualifications of the NOTICENotice Petitioner's Attorney or 69(per
"With everybody back from last seventh graders who took to the mud personal representative, Is hereby given Immediately thereafter
would be a threat. and wind with Romona Tennant tak- venue, or jurisdiction of that on Monday Sept or a default will be
I knew we
year there and did a good ing second in the two miles at 15:47. the court. 23, 1985 at 1000: am.. entered against you for CASE OUANTITIEI Mota6
Everybody was tied for ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS the undersigned GATOR the relief demanded In ? ?
BMS and Bishop Kenney INC., *AFTER U 40 REBATE ON CASE RIIUluLIsaM
and because there was a NOT SO the complaint or petition ONE REBATE PER CUSTOMER ml
this first
3A place
from 2A to
After moving up WILL BE FOREVER BAR will sell at public auction .
year the girl's varsity team was sixth runner for Kenney, they won RED. for cash at 2600 LloydRd. WITNESS my hand and

ranked eighth in the state,accordingto the tie. Publication of this .. Jacksonville, Fla., Seal of this Court on =c t
Loper, after their second place For the boys, the top BMS finisherwas notice has begun on one lot of paint consigned September 16 1985. 0rO1Starke
Wall who
finish at state last year. After their seventh grader September 12 1985. to JOHNSON SUPPLY GILBERT S. BROWN
win Saturday, he expects them to came in 11th at 21:58 for three miles. Personal Representative CO., Pensacola Fla., to CLERK OF THE COURT
move up in the rankings.It The male Roadrunners were : Hermlngilda B. satisfy freight and BRADFORD COUNTYBy Motor Parts Inc.
wasn't first place finishes that fourth with 83 points. DeKeyzer 819 West storage ",,"101.', under Beulah Moody, D.C. ,
got the win for the BHS girls, but Pratt Street Starke, the provisions of Standard Section 9/19 4tchg 10/10 155 W. Brownlee St. 964-6060

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I BHS Tornadoes Win 7-6 Defensive Struggle Over Williston I IIt

was a long dry first three before it ran out of gas.
quarters for the BHS Tornados Friday ': On first down at their own 20,Clin-
in Williston as they edged out ton Jenkins took the ball and ran it to
the Red Devils 7-6 in the season the 35 for a gain of 15 yards before
opener.In being brought down. Aaron
the first quarter, neither team Mathews' turn was next and he mov-
was able to dominate or even put ed the ball to the 47 for a gain of 12 on
any points on the board. Both were a good run. Clinton Jenkins got the
able to move the ball well accordingto ball the next two times, but could on-
Jerry Kamlnskl new secondary ly make a total of five yards to the t'
coach at Bradford. Williston 47. Andy Jones ran next,
The Red Devils were able to draw but WHS was waiting for him and .
the first blood in the second period stopped him on the 46. With fourth MA.L
after a short drive,making the score down and six yards to go Coach
6-0 for them. It was the first and last David Hurse had his team punt I
time they hit pay dirt that night, away.A .
even though they would come disap- costly penalty by the Red Devils
pointingly close.Interceptions returned possession to BHS at the 31
and fumbles were at the beginning of the fourth
frequent for both teams, which is quarter. Apparently the BHS center
understandable for a first game of was speared by a Red Devil.
the year. Back-up quarterbacksCory Taking up where they had left off,
Strong and John Clark had totakeup it was eight running plays later that
the slack for an injured Clinton Jenkins finally scored for the ? ., .
Frank Long who had to sit out the Tornados from the four yardline. t .,,I d _
David Hamilton added the extra ,
game. point for BHS to go ahead by one.
Late in the second quarter follow- .4
.. .. ..
ing Williston's touchdown, the Tor- The Tornados kicked off and
nados made a good move and snagged Williston fielded the ball on about Looking for Daylight...
their 14 but failed to hold onto it.
Red Devil out of the air. ,
The a next play got pass them to the 45 on a Suddenly BHS was in excellent field BUS running back Clinton Jenkins(31)( looks for running room against Chappell(86( and guard Keith Gillingham.
run but a pass on second down was position staring at the endzone with Williston with the help of some good blocking by tight end Mike The Tornadoes won a 7-6 slugfest against the scrappy 2A Red Devils.
intercepted on the 40. 6:46 to go in the game.
Williston picked up a 15-yard Five plays later BHS turned the
penalty, pushing them back to the ball over to Williston on the Red victory in its first game of the year. line's performance. "I was pretty win.Also finest games ne has played to date."
25. Two plays later the half was Devil 8, never having fulfilled their The long pass play was one which pleased with the first game in the tagged for his special perfor- Singled out by Kaminski for praise
over with the Red Devils still ahead promise to score. They got another the Tornados had worked on all way the offensive line played. We mance was Keith Gillingham accor- were cornerback David Hamilton
chance when Williston fumbled and week,. said Kaminski. He said missed some assignments, but ding to Godwin. with three interceptions Cory
60.Returning to the field after halftime BHS recovered on first down. It was Hamilton was ready for it and pick- they're all correctable." Strong at free safety who helped fill
Willston elected to receive Tornado ball on the Williston 18. ed it off just like he was supposed to. Tommy Parker was named offen- "They were trying to run the full- in for Frank Long, and Wendell
with the ball going into the endzone On first down BHS picked up a "As a whole we fired off and sive lineman the week,for his con- back dive right over him and he Shank!: at cornerback. Also in the
and the Red Devils taking posses- five yard penalty for illegal procedure struck some pretty good licks" said sistency in performing? and executing stopped it most of the time" said lime light were roverbacks Aaron
sion on their 20., Putting their runn- with the down going over. coach Jay Godwin of hia offensive his assignment<< stated, God- Godwin. "He played one of the Mathews and Gregg Wiggins. H
ing game in gear, WHS moved After a five yard gain by Jenkins to m
field and finally cross- the 17 on second down BHS pickedup
ed steadily over into Tornado territory. another penalty. This time it wasa Fernandina Will Be Foe For BHS n nBIIS
"Big Physical"
However they ran out of gas at the 15-yarder for clipping which put ,
47 and were forced to kick. the Tornados back to the 32. Aaron
The Tornados took over on the 3, Mathews ran to the 25, but another week Line-Up...
Fernandina will be a big physical to play with the Pirates, the veteran "It'll another tough says
deep in their own territory. Seven five yard penalty put the ball back to opponent for Bradford High gridderswho coach says.Fernandina. Coach Hurse. Experienced BHS quarterback
plays later BHS was at their own 24 the 30. must face the Pirates in a Dist. has a lot of speed. "We're going to be tested" says Frank Long is expected to start this
when another costly fumble gave Andy Jones tried a run, but fumbled 3-3A test in their own den this Friday Junior quarterback Ronald Veal, Defensive Coach Mike Sexton. week against Fernandina.
possession to Williston on the Tornados when hit with Williston taking night, Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. 6-0, 195 is the best Pirate runner. Clearly, both Hurse and Sexton are Long also is the starting defensive
Red Devils didn'thold
third down. It looked like an possession. The They look tough. They've got Veal has quick feet is strong and is impressed with Fernandina, a 38-14 middle safety, did not play at all
easy score for the Red Devils, but on to it for long with a pass on some fine athletes. They are shifty. Fernandina uses a run and loser to Baker High last week. Both against Williston because,of a knee
the BHS defense held, never letting the first play ending up in Tornado Coach David Hurse after bigk"says shoot offense with QB Veal as the point out Macclenny has one of its injury received in the preseason
WHS inside the 5. A holding penaltyput hands. David Hamilton was able to ing at films of the Fernandina- runner and gunner. The defense best football team in a while. Not until jamboree in St.Augustine. Nobodywas
the Red Devils back to the 15 run it back to the 12 for BHS. Macclenny game Monday night. doesn't know whether Veal is goingto the final minutes did Baker put injured in the Williston game,
when a field goal was attempted. Trying to run out the clock Williston doesn't even compare to run or throw.The run and shoot is the game away,however. It was 16.8 coaches say.
Rover back! Aaron Mathews came quarterback John Clark kept the Fernandina notes Coach Hurse.The the same offense Green Cove ran at the half.Fernandina. Also in the BHS backfield will be
across the line with the snap and ball for four plays, working it downto Tornadoes will have to be improved, last year Coach Hurse points out. is big up the middle. fullback Aaron Matthews
blocked the kick with the Tornados the 4 yard line before turning it
taking over on their own 20. over to the Red Devils.A .
"They defense really got to play as long pass by the Williston Coach Hurse: "We Were Lucky" againstRed Devils 11
a unit" said Kaminski. "They quarterback again wound up in the
hands of a waiting David Hamilton
played The Tornados smart, heads-up began an football.offensive for his third interception of the "We were lucky" says Head 15, but this time the Big Red defense ed with the weak side end play of Billy Jackson the strong side
drive which was to take them all the night. Time ran out shortly after Coach David Hurse of the 7-6 win wouldn't let them in the endzone. Dennis Cummings and Greg defensive end or drop end played a
to the Red Devil 46 yard line that and BHS had earned a narrow over a spunky Class 2A Williston That was the turning point of the Jackson who shared the spot almost steady game without making
way High in the season opener last Fri- game points out Coach Sexton. evenly. Cummings, new to the position mistakes. Jackson was named best
day night Sept. 13, in Williston. Williston's bread and butter is a ,is a hard worker and is going to defensive lineman of the week.
The defense carried the offense in trapping attack up the middle and make a good defensive end says David Hamilton intercepted three
(U.S. 301 South) the opener. BHS fumbled on its own they had some success at first. But Sexton. passes.
1252F South Walnut Street 10 yard line and Williston put the defensive tackles Billy Harrell and - -
I Across from Norman' - - -
I '" ( ) football into the endzone. But Aaron Chris Dougherty and inside
964-7434 Matthews blocked the Williston ex- linebackers Gary Wise and, Ron
Mondiy-FiUiy,10-6 Sitwdiy. 10.' tra pot it, which turned out to be the Brown took that part of Williston's
winning margin. attack away.
BHS fumbled a second time at the .Foach Mike Sexton was also pleasWavsncKinngy -



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Fred Ward owner of Ward's Components, Inc.(middle, above) has and cut the raw materials
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BCT Staff WriterA building their own places though, the over the past two years we have seena in its -
homebuilding boom in the local contractors are getting just as steady increase in our business." On the other
Keystone Heights area is giving many customers as they can handle Jackson's business showed a 12 Ward and John I
local contractors and building supp-- We do business with most of them in percent increase from 1984 to 1985 measurments !\ .
ly businesses "all they can handle" this area and in the past two years and a whopping 21 percent increase lying beside a j
and is providing new employment orders for our components have from 1983 to 1984. cut the boards in 4,
oportumties for local residents once really jumped Our company is Meanwhile back at Ward's Com- them down y rI
stuck in a stagnant job market. working five days a week and we're ponents, the owner and his daughter Phyllis I 4
Figures released recently by the busy every day." employees are loading a flat bed (square or
U.S. Department of Commerce show Ward and his helpers buy some of truck with a load of trusses for where the truss
the city of Ocala experiencing on of their raw lumber materials from delivery. Ward and his men make moves them
the fastest growth rates in the entire Jackson Building Supply in deliveries when they are needed, but station.
nation and that growth is apparently Keystone Heights and Starke, most of their customers pick up Ward does all
having a ripple effect in the surroun- another company which has experienced loads of the wooden beams directlyon the operation
ding area generating a spurt of a spurt in growth of their the site. spection; visits
homebuilding activity in Palatka, own Steve Henderson and Fred Ward owner request,
Gainesville, Interlachen and most "In the past two to three monthswe Jr. operate "Pac-Man", a large make
importantly to local businesses, in have seen a big Jump in our hydralic press used to implant
the Keystone Heights-Melrose Lake business," commented Co-owner "truss plates" on the joints betweenthe Please see.
Region as well.A Mark Jackson, "We were a little boards, riding the machine down
telling example can be found pit
north of Keystone Heights where
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which support roofs on structures in ar
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from small houses in developmentareas
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opener that saw a packed house en- opening event of the Young Concert piano by Marian Hahn, a Phi Beta Debussy's "Premiere Rhapsodie"and
joy Martha Anne Verbit, concert Artists Series at the Kennedy Center Kappa graduate of Oberlin College will feature Brahms' Sonata No.
: 1 pianist, the Santa Fe Community last season and will debut in New with a Master of Music degree from 1 in F minor, Op. 120. After intermis-
.;. I College Fall Festival of the Perfor- York this January. the Julliard School. The top prize sion, the program will continue with
ming Arts shifts to another form of This brilliant clarinetist was also winner in the Kosciuszko Chopin Schumann's "Fantasy Pieces" .
I : .;. musical concert when it presents the winner of the 1984 New England Competition, Ms. Hahn has appeared 73 and Carl Maria Von Weber'sGrando
'J Daniel McKelway, clarinetist, Conservatory Concerto Competition. as guest soloist with the Due Concertant, Op. 48.
1L Thursday, Sept. 19 at 8 pm. at the He is currently on tour from New renowned Cleveland Orchestra and
% r Starke Woman's Club. York to California, to the Bahamas, has performed to critical acclaim in The concert will be followed by the
1 As winner of the 1984 Young Con. and will soon give a solo perfor- London, Paris, and Frankfurt. She popular "meet the performers"
4 cert Artists International Auditions, mance at the Dubrovnik Festival. In will make an appearance at reception hosted by the Starke
21 year-old Daniel McKelway.made Yugoslavia. '"..nngtn| JT.lll rw vf ...".*fh. Woman's Club.

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:i men and women in the Se- Capitol. the U.S. Air Force Academy, tne students.
cond Congressional District will This seminar is open to all high U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. "Since these are national
J have a unique opportunity to learn school students Interested in atten- Naval Academy will be on hand to academies which are supported
about the nation's service ding an academy, or think they answer questions and distribute in- totally by the American people, I
academies when Congressman Don might be interested, so that they formation about their respective want to encourage any student who
l I Fuqua sponsors an "Academy Day"in might better understand the academies.The might be interested to Investigatethe
Tallahassee, Saturday, October 5, qualifications and procedures Army ROTC the Navy ROTC requirements and compete for
from 9:30: til noon in the House of necessary to apply," Fuqua says. and the Air Force ROTC will also an appointment if they desire,"Fu-
DnnielMeKelwny Representatives Chamber in the Representatives and cadets from send representatives to meet the qua said.






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What does it take to get Jimmy (Gator) Reddish a into UF encrested sweat shirt, in front of some 200 Florida
a Seminole jersey of Florida State? Just one of the State Prison employees. Reddish,assistant superintendent -
world's strongest men, Paul Wren, in dark shirt at left, in charge of programs at FSP,challenged Mathis, 1
who is forcing the Garnet and Gold tee shirt over Red- assistant superintendent in charge of operations,to see
dish's head.It which department head could get the most employeesto
was all in fun The stunt was set up by Seminole the meeting. Mathis lost, but turned the tables on
Ham Mathis. at left with microphone and wearing a Reddish.

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Florida State Prison it was discovered there was some Mathis then made a surprise an-
employees and their families were friendly rivalry between the two nouncement that he was going to in-
treated to a special night on Friday Assistant Superintendents from FSP troduce several members of FSP SATURDAY
Aug. 30, at the FSP training facilityby over their school (University) col- Correctional Emergency Response WINO
a special appearance of the Chris- ors. J.R. Reddish, a graduate and Team (C.E.R.T.). When the CERT SEPT. 28 1985
tian Light Foundation from Jackson- lifelong supportee of the Universityof team members arrived on the stage, $5000.00 f
ville. Florida, and H. D. Mathis, Jr., a they (along with the world's 10 A.M.
graduate and loyal fan of Florida strongest man, the world's best ,
After a buffet dinner, the Founda- State University had wagered as to Karate expert, and a Samuri war- gory r Staff on Bile from 9 am to show property
tion presented several world class which of their two departmentswould rior) persuaded and assisted Mr. .. )
Christian athletes who have the most representationat Reddish in putting on a shirt then :
demonstrated their skills in the mar- the event. given to him by Mr. Mathis, much to .
tial arts, Samuri Sword blow darts his chagrin. J.R. Reddish was seen 'ft'S'
and weight lifting using several Mr. Mathis lost the wager and was and photographed wearing the FSU T:3 x- --
members of the audience as immediately presented with a UF colors. It was an evening of Chris- '..
volunteer participants.At shirt which he donned much to the tian fellowship and good sportsman- ,.
the conclusion of the program, enjoyment of the audience. Mr. ship enjoyed by all. .. 4
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pkg. package. Thunderbolt Long Rifle for the price of one.
I Facet-AIre II High Capacity Tidy Cat 3 Cat Box Filler Ladles' 3-palr Sheer Knee- ,Handl-Wrap II Bonus Pack Cartridges by Remington. Double the prints, double
Furnace Filters In assorted deodorizes absorbs and Hi's with comfort band top. Plastic Wrap Improved for 50 per bOX. Ammunition not the unl Developed on
I sizes. 4 per package. freshens. 10 pound bag. Assorted shades. 81/4 to 11. more cling. 250 total sq. ft. available i m an itorat. quality Kodak paper.

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U.S. 301 South Bradford Square Starke

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1977 Subaru 1978 Mustang V-8

2 Door. 5 Speed $$149 _. Red on red, AM Stereo,
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Finance Available

'78 Chevy
I Monte Carlo 1978 Dodge Diplomat

1 .. I IPhotot 1973 Pinto Wagon Auto console bucket seat A/C Auto., 4 Door

,.ss Auto, AC.ExMechanical ALL OPTIONS AVAILABLE $ 219
.'L4 Condition
'- '81 Escort S.W.

__ Finance 288 Bank Finance
.' .. Available' '78 Chevy Malibu NO MONEY DOWN.
g 2 Door Hardtop
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Beautiful Setting... tlesnake Island near Anastasia AIA. Included in
on the
II Beachgoers enjoy a pleasant day on the seashoresnear park are a number or recreational and natural activities I 1980 Grand Prix $1695 1978 Buick RegalWhite
Fort Matanzas. Fort Matanzas is located on Rat- with Loaded Red Interior Blue, 2 Dr., AC, Auto

I Vacation wonderland at Ft. Matanzas 3595 2895

By Anne H.Sponholtz Fort Matanzas is a part of the Na- beach for a swim and picnic, the ,1976 Datsun B-210 977
Swimming, fishing, sight seeing, tional Park Service. The park opensat county of St. Johns charges a $2.00 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo Cutlass '
picnicking and reliving a part of 8:30 a.m.each day.There is no fee fee per car to drive onto the part of 5 Speed, A/C/ r Red with White Interior
Florida's history are some of the charged to ride the ferry to the fort. the national park which is located on AC, Auto $1
6 9 5
things in store for you when you visit They you may explore the fort which the Atlantic. \ Excellent Condition 1795
Fort Matanzas.Less than a two-hour was designated a National Monu-
I drive from Starke,Fort Matanzas is ment in 1924. Please see Matanzaspage fc $1695 =
\ located on the southern tip of Near the visitor center is a nature } =. ._
Anastasia Island just outside of trail which takes you, by way of a f.w -
Crescent Beach on AIA. boardwalk, through coastal forest 12 I ID
Surrounded by Matanzas River, and dune meadow. Wildlife and rJ1985
Matanzas Inlet and the Atlantic vegetation abound, and many
Ocean, the park consists of 298 threatened animal species find
acres.Rattlesnake Island,where the refuge here.
fort is located, comprises 200 acres When you visit Fort Matanzas, be
of the total acreage.A sure to pack your fishing geat so you
visitor center is located on the can join the other fishermen who en-
west side of AIA, and right beyondthis joy this sport from along the shoresof r
center is the boat ramp where the inlet and river.If .
you can board the ferry each day of yOU plan to drive down to the SELLOUT
the week,except Tuesday.The ferry si9:9999999 r
takes you across Matanzas River to
Rattlesnake Island. It is a trip backin FLA.TWIN THEATRE
time. Starke 964.5451
Fort Matanzas was built by the
Spanish from coquina rock quarried STARTS FRIDAY.G'REMLiNSe.
from Anastasia Island in the mid
1700's. Its purpose was to protect
Matanzas Inlet, which was the
enemy's "back door" to St.
Augustine. 1 tAlth t m" We Have. 85's tha.tIVtUfltJio.

rever. fort exchanged fire r: Friday 7:10, fl-20 ,, _
once, saw A battle WWWs the
Sat., Sun. S:00, 7:10, 9:20
siege by British troops from
Georgia' the last attempt to conquer Mon. TUB. Wed. Tlwr./ 7:45:

Spanish fort was Florida built. ,occurred. before the SCREEN 2 Before the End of September-

It was the shores of the river and
inlet in the park which, during the :LS1ILVa 't)
lat 1500's long before the fort was .
built, were colored with blood. On \ ')I .:. ., ...... Ii ,,:t..i'i' !
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September 29 and October 12, 1565, c.. ''M"'t'I'L:"" ';(' .,..\\,": j'" 'I" ',1 ;(:!:';'f\Iti.\ 'A '
between 200 and 300 French
7:00 9.20
Friday : :
Huguenots were put to death by the Sit, Sun. 4:30: 7:00, 9.20 ., "1+., 01' .
sword in the sand dunes of
Spanish Mon. TIN. Wed. Thur/ 7:30 ..
this historic site. 7 7
These Frenchmen had 301 DRIVE-IN : 10
ship from Fort Caroline.Their battle' Starke 9647484Fri. : :".::.. ::;.._. Financing
plan was to attack Menendez at St. Hi'
For 48 Months
Augustine. by way of the "backdoor" Sat., Sun., Mon. 0. 1 1 (
But a hurricane approachedjust
as they preparing to land, and ;'; ENDS, OCTOBER 2 ,,,I'

no nature doubt influenced this interference the outcome from of a FRi. $aT Sari Mont $AVE $AVE _. x ,

Florida's history. StioWhyrg, 8:00
Their ships wrecked, the Fren-
chmen came to shore as best they R& urn of
could. The same fate awaited the AVE
reached two groups the inlet of twelve Frenchmen days apart.who Lit yn o g DrQcIUig 4 Crown Victorias $ $AVE

Tired and hungry, the French sur-
rendered to the Spanish. They were I r Dmbte 2 Crown Victoria "S" 2F-1504X2
ferried across the inlet fed, led into
the dunes-with their hands bound,
and and from inlet bore that moment the name on Matanzas the river, Adults... $1.50 1 Escort 1 F-250 4x4 Diesel

which means slaughters.Fourhundredtwenty Children ...._1..0.
._.. years_later, ."
2 Thunderbirds 7 Supercab Diesels

.!,ATTENTION! \ 2 Conversion Van 2 Supercab GT's

High School Juniors! .
6F-1504X4 1 Crewcab Diesel
Bradford, Union County and Keystone High School _

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Sat:, Sept. 21 from 9.6 f

To .Help You Select Your Ring_ Terwillegar Motors

WILLIAMS JEWELRY 964.7200 371.1096 388-FORD 473-FORD .'


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'I r NOTICE Starke Area. Want Ads ,

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING,', sub/. .. ":f: ': r--" A.
\ mined to the' Bradford County HOMES \ eJ \. ))
! Telegraph office In writing and paid In
I advance unless credit Is olr.ody FOR SALE

'I ettabllshed with this off ic.. CAMPER H7B: 35' fifth wheel, American STUDIO APARTMENT: Weekly, monthlyrates '
rl THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE Palms Apdrtments,2314 N.Temple f.
HELD RESPONSIBLE Traveler with 20,ft. awning fully self- 3 BR 1'/. BA HOME: Saratoga Hts.. corner Ave. 7/28 tfn r
contained, price neg. 5332411. Call lot. Enclosed CHSA Phone 'WilI
garage TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 2 i
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER after 6 p.m. 5/16 tIn 964.8652. 3/21 tIn NOW BR. !Jar
THI TELEPHONE. BA opt. For more information call Lake
ROLLS OF HAY Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur 00
3 BR MUST SELL CH&A, enclosed (
I: Classified d.adline Is TUESDAY, Butler' Apts. 496-3141, Equal Oppor '
Gasklns, 782.3727 after S p.m. 5/16 tfn .
low maintenance, fans
NOON prior to Thursday publication. BRADFORD LIMEROCK garage, ceiling ,' tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg : REALTY
nice neighborhood close to South.lde'EI.m. RENTAL 24 ft. trailer the L :
Minimum charge Is 13 words for$2.75, SALES PARK by \ '
964-5952 'or
I then 10 cents for each word thereof, Llmerock a Fill Dirt $39,900, 964.6915 month for 1 or 2 adults. No Pets ,

20 yd. semi-loads only ON 4/18 HAMPTON tIn LAKE Brick, 3BR, 1'/.BA, Deposit required. Starke KOA Kom-tIn / PHONE 964.7776EIRWLL
pground. Hwy 301 S. 964.8484 8/8
Phone 7B2-3172 'CECILIA
Fireplace, 3/4
WANTED carport
KITCHENETTES: 2 completely furnished,
STORE BOUGHT! Furniture for sale ot_ mile west of Hwy. 301. 95000. GAR 205 N. Temple, Starke
located utilities Included. 964-7184 8/8 tIn "

, FULL TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLEl North Doublewlde on 301 Home Lawtey.Center Fla. (this Is nottrall.r 468.1576 after 6:00. 5/9 tfn NICE ROOM, PRIVATE BATH, 964.6035tIn TODAY AND ALWAYS, MAY GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE? ON YOU.
By ,
Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and furniture) 6/13 tfnchg *. ownert THE FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE SERVE IS THE FOUNDATIONOF
1-468-1323 11/8 tIn
\ Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. LayfayetteSt. FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for home. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS: at 314 N OUR PROGRESS. '
964.5065 7/4 tin 'GOVERNMENT HOMES: From $1 (U Temple Avenue In downtown Starke.
'sole Ollns Home Center located
at on '
GOVERNMENT JOBS repair). Also delinquent tax property $50.$75 week Including utilities, No
100 West This Is not trailer
Highway Call,, 605-687-6000 Ext. GH-5504 for PREFERRED PROPERTIES
In .
16040.159230YR: Now hiring. Na furniture 6/13 tfnchg deposits required 964.5139 or 964 6566.
tionwide. Call 805.687.6000 Ext. R-3000 formation. 8/1 8tpd 9/19 8/29 4tchg 9/19 $1,000,000 VIEW FOR $190,000 KINGSLEY LAKE Sensational
7 r
.GRAPES: U Pick open every day a.m. :
WOODEN HOUSE:20x20. tin roof blocked
for current f.d.rolli.t. 8/1 8tpd 9/19' til dark. Lilly Vineyards 12 miles East ofKeystone up ready to move $500.00 431.1050 SENIOR CITIZENS: Duplex, furnished home on Florida's most desirable Kingsley Lake. 3 BR2: B, com
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY 1-BR opts., convenient location. CoH
100 Coral Farm
Typists, Secretaries, Needed Now. Call Rd. 659.2121 Heights 8/15 tfn on tIn collect 4681115. 8/29 4trhn 9/19 pletely remodeled, multi-level, wood deck, living quarters on
Kelley Services. 371-1913 EOE. 8/29 tfn CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE: 3 BR, 1 1/2 2 BR MOBILE HOME: on private settingon
AUCTION EVERY FRI AND SAT NIGHT: dock. Second home property for guests or rental. Owner
CRUISE SHIP JOBSI! Great Income potential bath, large back porch CH/A. 'wlth Griffis loop. New drapes new '
All occupations For Information Beginning 8/30 7.30: pm across from from 1 to 10 acres land on CR 225. carpet lots of trees 468-2374 after 6pm will consider financing.
Waters Market In Lawtey: cabinets, .
call 312-742-8620 ext. 362. '829.919pd shelving furniture and misc. 8/22-9/22 964 6530. 9/5 tIn 9/12 2tchg 919N. FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres joining Camp
WORK FROM HOME $60. per 100 Inserting 4tpd TFNLUDWIG lot;; .3 BR 2 baths CH/A. 66000. Fall Color Change Sept ft Oct. Blanding management Area Buy all or part Excellent Invest

envelopes. Information, send DRUMS: Professional set $450or Phone 964.6201. 4tpd 9/5 EOW 10/17 US 441 between Sylvia and Cherokee ment. Owner financing.
best offer 4681199. Itpd 9/12, 9/19
stamp to K.S. Enterprises P.O. Box PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted, responsibleparty 3 BR, 2 BA HOME AND 6 ACRES CH/A N.C. (heart of Smokies). Near fishing, INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY. Par
1501-C Bloomfield NJ 07003. 9/12 fireplace ceiling fans, Ig. screen hiking Blue Ridge Parkway mining.
4tchg 103MUSICIAN to assume small monthly porch, hot tub, In city limits on Geiger New 2BR cabins, furnished. Sunset tially subdivided. Highway frontage, close to school. $1,000
payments on spinet/console piano.
NEEDEDi Rhythm backup, Can be seen locally. Write (include Rd. near Southside Elem. 74000. Farm Rd. Cabins, Rt. 1, Box 216-C per acre.
9645876. Itpd 9/12 9/19
guitar or bass 9647771. 9/129/19 phone number) Credit Manager, P.O. THREE BEDROOMS: 24x24 country living Whither N.C. 28789. 17044972200. .2 BRICK DUPLEXES & ONE APARTMENT BUILDING All are
SAT I SUN. POSITION: Dependable person 9/t24tchg 10/3
to work snack bars at Waldo Flea Box 520 9/19 Beckemeyer. IL 62219. 9/5 & dining area, wood stove, telling TWO BEDROOM Duplex Apt.: phone rented & have positive cash flow & good assumable more

Market. For appt. call 4682255. 9/12 THE 3tchg WOOD STOVE B FIREPLACE CENTER: fans feed,room double on I carport acre lot., horse CH/A.stable Rd. 225&, 9645951. 9/19 2tchg 9/26 tgages. Owner will take second mortgages for good client. :2
2tchg 2 : convenient -
TEACHER: AC& Refrigeration Largest selection of quality wood Lawtey. 7823497. 2tchg 9/19 to shopping center No pets. story home on Call and Church St. reduced to $37,700.
stoves In Florida. Vermont Castings, FOR SALE BY OWNER 4BR, 2BA, LR, DR,
Instructor. Requires teachers certification Consolidated, Dutchwest, Jotul and : 964.8810. Itchg 9/19 NOBODY DOES IT BETTER. We are proud to offer a handsome
this field. FR, CH/A. brick with alum. soffit. 636 KINGSLEY BR MH AC and H,
or 6 years in Salary Trade-ins ON LAKE: 3 ,
more. and used stoves. Well brick and cedar home 37'/, 4BR 2'B barn.
W. Madison St. 52000. Owner will tin on acres, plus a
range $15,821 to $24,904 annually. Ap yearly no pets. 5332366. 9/19
worth the trip to Gainesville. 2031 NW
ply at Union Correctional, SR 16 6th St. TOLL FREE 18005242675. 9/12 finance $5,000 down. 9647717. Itpd ON KINGSLEY LAKE: Until May 1. Small $144,000.

Raiford or call 904.431.1212 ext. 202. 3tchg 9/26 9/19 cottage heat and AC no pets. COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY -Formerly The Pastry Shop-138
EOE. Itchg 9/19 THREE BEDROOM 1 bath heat, AC, 533.2366.9/19 tfn
APPLICATIONS BEING TAKEN: for hardware PRICE WARI I Deluxe flashing and arrow nearly new, on private drive, nice lot. Call St. In The Historic Section of Starke Originally $33,000.
signs, lighted no arrow, unlighted.
man. Apply ACME Hardware, 301 Only $199 upl I Unbelievable quality 9645997.919 3tpd 10/3 RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month reduced to $23,000.BEADTIFUL ,
E..Call St. Itchg 9/19 and Call Susan F. Reddish Broker-
letters Guaranteed under. up.
SALES PROFESSIONALS Owner at 964.5065 964-4048 6/27
to |loin expanding sold. Can see locally. Warranty. Factory or
print publication, excellent( direct, 18004230163. Itchg 9/19 MOBILE HOMES tfnchg Villas with a variety of trees, paved roads, water, sewage,

growth potential,'salary, commission, RICCAR SEWING MACHINE: Heavy duty..xc.lI.nt FOR SALE ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: 403 N. police protection, nice neighborhood, walk anywhere. -
plus car allowance. Send reume to condition. $40. Call 4311447. Walnut St. $175/mo. 964.5276. Apply

General Manager, P.O. Box 1081, Itpd 919MOVING same address. No pets 9/19 2tchg $7,000.

Gainesville Fla. 32602. Itpd 9/19 .. MUST SELL: MontgomeryWard SKYLINE HOME CENTER, Hwy. 301 N.Stork. 9/26 BARGAIN OF THE YEAR 314 N. St. Clair. 2 BR'with carport,

THE CITY OF STARKE is now accepting Signature sewing machine with .. Come see Ray Gouin, formerlyof RECENTLY REMODELED: 1 BR, CH/A, lot 75x350. $19,900.
applications for position of CLERK lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains.We approx.
cabinet. Needs new tension wire. $40. carpets, walled patio furnished or unfurnished
TYPIST I with the Purchasing Dept. 4311447. Itpd 9/19 buy and move used homes. close in. 964-8601. 9/19 TFN SUNBELT SPECIALS COMMERCIAL: Invest now In com

Must have high school diploma or GED. SEVERAL ITEMS: Four 15" Ford wheels, 964.4414 or 964-4778.4/26 tIn mercial properties:
Must be able fa pass typing proficiency 10" wide w/tlres, $50; four 14" Toyota FOR SALE: Several 2 br Mobile Homes In Subscribe Today I
test Apply at City Hall Merrell Dees wheels, like new, $20, Rear window good to exc. cond. $2700.4500 each BRADFORD COUNTY 135' on Hwy. 301 S. two acres $150,000

office. Applications will be accepted louver, 81.85 Isuzu car $50. Phone Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Pork TELEGRAPH 193' on Hwy. 301 S x 80' $85,000
through Oct. 2. Itchg 9/19 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. ,
9648480. Itpd 9/19 200' 301 N. 1.61
964.6305 on Hwy. acres $125,000WE
HOMES Make offer
REAL ESTATE LICENSING: In Lake City. 9645990. 'Itchg 9/19 one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sales.
Call 1-755-4040 North Fla. Real Estate HAVE YOUR HOME READY
904.964.5606 6/6
SEVERAL ITEMS: Porto-crib, $45, swing-
College 8/15 tfn o-matic, $5; galvanized gym set $50, 2.93 ACRESplus mobile home ForsythRd. 533. W. Pratt St. $20,000Off
HAIRCUTTER NEEDED: Fla. licensed lots cash Call 13054646827.
two tire swings $10; high choir $3. $12,500 301 N. MH $21,500 Butler Terrace $48,400MH
A TUTOR" All Certified
of walk-ins rent a chair. Halrplanes 9645610. Itpd 9/19 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 : subjects. K-8.

964-4645 8/15 8/22 2tchg ( UTILITY TRAILER: 6x6, new tires, hitch 1978 3BR DOUBLEWIDE: Iocr., some Teacher 533.2901 after 7 p.m. Laura Church Rd. $25,000 615 N. Church St. $49,900

MOVIE JOBS: In studio or on location. 2509644713. Itchg 9/19 section fencing barn, storage house, 8/22 tinCLIFF'S 832 W. Cypress $32,000 321 N. Myrtfe $55,000
Exciting career potential. All positions more extras, bank financing available DIESEL REPAIRS 24 hr. road ser
Call 602.829.6865ext. 236 8/22 8/29 COLOR Truck Stop TV: $99 south and of up.Starke.Next 964 to Starke.8212. w/good credit. $16,300 plus all closing. vice. Spec In Cummins, Mac. 230A (Griffis Loop) $38,000' 54th Ave. (off Rd. 16)) $58,500

2tpd 11/24 fin Can be seen 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Detroit..473-7143. 6/27 tIn. 907 Cypress St. $43,000 Forsythe Rd. $69,000
Saturday. Laura Baptist Church : :
ADD A ROOM 14'X22' 3,000/lnstalled
: Raiford Area Rd
haul truck drivers with records. makes cleaned oiled and $44,000 Sampson City .$49,500
good 3,500 dealer. 904-964-5606 tfnchg N.E. 11th St., 4th MH on left Itpd 9/19 adjusted
Must be 23. Apply In person at 2241 1976 25' TROPHY TRAVEL TRAILER: w/air 1979 12x60 MH: good condition. Call $15.' Used sewing machines for sale. Rd. 16 East $45,000 Off 301 North $78,000

Detroit Blvd., Pensacola, FL. and awning good condition. $3500 after p.m. 964.8709.9/19 2tchg 9/26 James Strickland corner Morgan Rd.

firm. 964-5414, 9/12 2tchg 9/19 EXCELLENT MH 12x70, furnl.hed-n.w i and Hwy. 16 Starke.: 9648733. 1/03 HnMAIN"LINIt'FENCkI NEW LISTINGS.,,, "" .' "
CYPRESS SAWDUST. yard. deliv.r.djand ) carpet, deep? :>vell,,;;i utility.-building, "' : Installed. Free), HAVE YOU':ALWAYS!WANTEDYOUR( OWN BUSINESS? .. estimates. Fence Co.
FOR SALE CH/A. Viacre.; miles 5.301$16,900 Handy-Man
468 2624. 9/12 '
spread, $20. I2tchg'
11,8 9645164. 9/19 2tpd 9/26 Owher Tommy Reddish, 964.8559.3/29 block home approx. 2400 sq. ft. 3'BR 3 Ba on fifty acre.s -

'. 1981 14x60 SENTRY: 2 BR, 1'/ Bath, tIn Crawford Rd. four chicken barns
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. PIT BULL PUPPIES: male and plus a good, going
garden tub furnished. $7,700.
Measures 24x36", 25 cents each. Great mostly white, wormed shots tails 964.4993.9/19 2tchg 9/26 I THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS business owner financing. Buy part or all. '
male female
docked. $30
$40 ,
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, 4682636. Itpd 9/19 1973 12x60 MH: 2 BR, V/t BA, tires and WANT TO STOP? NEARLY NEW CEDAR HOME -,3 BR 2 Ba on forty-five acres,.
135 W. Call St. 964-6305.
PIANO Old upright, cabinet In exc. axles, ready to move. $3,500.964.4402 THAT'S OURS Crawford Rd.
paved owner financing.
TRAILERS, TRAILERS, TRAILERS 5'd'utility Alcoholics
after 1 Itpd 9/19 Anonymous96441SO96468949646219
trailer, $650; 16' dozer trailer, 9/12 cond. $175, cash only. 9647907. Itpd 12x43 MOBILE p.m. HOME: 1971, set-up In LARGE LOT AT COUNTRY CLUB Lot 3 "The Woods", 180x328: ,

$1,700: 16' utility trailer, $970,16'; lawn and thru 11/15
park 2BR, partly furnished, AC ; pd excellent location. $8,000.
trailer, $1,125, 10' lawn single axle washer. 4500. 964-4979. Itpd 9/19 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows,
trailer, $878; 16' car hauler, $1,150; 6 $50. Also, VINYL SOFA BED, $25. GUERDON STATLER: 1978 2 BR, unfurnished etc* JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY GOING RESTAURANT BUSINESS In Lake Butler. Priced for

ft, ramps; $100. Olin's Mobile Home 9644459. Itchg 9/12 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake
with 2 window AC, very good quick sale
1976 MALLARD RVi fully equipped, good
Center, Rd. 100 W.. Stork. 9645606. '. Butler, 496-3079 and
1/10 rtn condition Ig. ref rig. and awning, $4500 condition. Clean. $6.000. 964-7512.ltpd 473.4973.2/26 tIn Keystone Heights e2V> ACRES OFF 301 Septic tank is there. Will put well down.
firm. APPALOOSA MARE 2 old
COPY MACHINES Canon-lor rent or : yrs. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and $15,000.
1985 FLEETWOOD: )14x70, 2 BR 2 :
halter broke, gentle, $600. 964.8333.
sale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon garden tub, cathedral ceilings, toddlers up to 5 years of age receive
9/12 2tpd 9/19 * *
home or office copier, $999 Canon office
; excellent Call
MOVING SALE furniture, plywood floors, ceiling fan, exc. condition care. Weekdays, 77.
: Living room
copier, $1399. Rent to own for as complete furnished. 9500. 4737864. 4/04 tIn EVENINGSBILL
dining table & chairs Two large
; little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawns. Ball
AC. 4311842. 'Itchg 9/19 9648957. Itchg 9/19 : DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
I 110 W. Call St., Storks: 964.5764.2/21 takeover fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861
1982 14x60 MH: 2 BR, 1 BA. Equity,
HOTPOINT WASHER Like new $250.
tfn payments $146/mo. 468-2854. anytime 4/25 tfnchg IRVING CLARKJR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121
7823351. Itpd 919U'
ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. FIBERGLASS BOAT: motor and trailer, Itchg 9/19 BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 NOVIS WARD 964.1454Can't
No down payment Call 964.6946.4/04 -- work.' Have 2 bulldozers & looking for .
$495. Cocker AKC registered 3% d
tin pup. work. 964-5606 7823333. Ask for .' .>- .
old. $125. 9647929. Itchg 9/19 LOSTFOUNDLOSTRed -
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. Mark. 8/8 tfn
$14.99 p.r month. Call 964.6946.4/04 FRESH RIVER SHRIMP And fish for
tfn 9/19 PU. Nearly new $35. 9644914. mare horse, mane clipped, freezer. Ten Ibs. or more. Please call You Picture Yourself Living Here

Itchg back hoof old and split. If found call 284-9755. 8/15 4tchg 10/3

Jail House In Starke. 8/8 tfn RICK'S LAWN"SERVICE: Mowing and all. ....'1""< 1" ;

CARS & TRUCKS LOST DOG: Child's medium size dog, types of yard work. Reasonable rates ." I 'loa., ..,._.' (.,' ..

answers to Kldco wearing collar with 473.4512.9/5 4tpd 9/26 .,. I." ::Jt ''
HELP WANTED 1980 FORD VAN: 1/2 ton $3000, Call JoJo Jackson. Lt. tan w/whlte neck ATTENTION SINGLES: Companions, a" ".: ,,tf.. .
& few black markings. Disappeared friends dates, are pll available. Write
Openings available..for,'prior 964-7423 Teal Tile & Carpet. 6/6 tfn ring
JEEPS: Is It true you can buy jeeps for$44 near Whispering Pines Nursing for Information and application to t 'xMI'F- -
service military personnel in through the U.S. government Get the Home Monday. 964.6296 or 9647663. SOUTHERN SINGLES P. O. Box 743-G, -

the Naval Air Reserve Program -' facts today. Call 1-312-742-1142 Ext. Itpd 9/19 Bonifay. FL 32425. 9/5 4tpd 9/26 ,

Ground' 609.(8/22,9/5.9/19.( 10/13)pd) SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED

I : in Jax. and MOVING: Must sell. 1972 Pontiac FOR RENT Phone 496-2939. 494-2871. 9/12 4pd 10/3 _-'' # ...1'....) '.
flight crew positions availablein Catalina, 4 dr., runs good. $350. Call HAVE OPENING FOR CHILDREN In my

patrol, transport, hela and 4311447. Itpd 9/19 home. 9648635. 9/19 2tpd 926OUE'S ,.." ; :
1977 MERCURY BOBCAT New tires, extra ,MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK GARAGE: Automotive and :
attack squadrons. Call toll free good condition. 9644951. Itpd 9/19 Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. transmission repair. If we don't fix, you -

, 1-Boo-S21-131.6.for further )In-i 1 1972 DODGE VAN: 318 engine, needs Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone don't pay. Free estimates 4681199. 'NEW" 3 bedroom, 2 bath NICE SETTING with this recently i i

formation. 8/29-9/26 work $350. 964-5301 Tim will return 964.7"98.9/16 tIn 9/192tpd9/26 home with 1 car garage on a re-decorated split 3 bedroom, I
Tl974 'MOO 2tchg "bed. from Starke city limits. Clean. No Trophies'; 'nameplates, doorplates, nicely wooded lotwalk to 2 bath plan, 2 car garage,
Long $950.
4311706. Itchg :-9/19 children or pets. .Hwy. 16, W. Call. awards, plaques, engraving golf course $56,000 screened porch, sprinkler :
-- t __ 468-13231017 tfn d..kplot..24 hr. service day or eves.
t system all on a corner lot, 8 ;
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On 9044732671. 4tchg 10/10
Hwy. 16. W. Close to prison. Call MASON SHOES: Is anyone Interested In 'V % assumable mortgage

LAVERN H. OUTLAW 964.7530 or 468-132310107 tfn purchasing? Call 9646528.: Itchg 9/19 $82,000.
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) :, Associates- ,Roberts Real Estate
I 986 N. : Stark FL
DAVID L. DODGE MSA Tempi. Ave. t

9644522STARKE Res. 964-5370 964-6262

Across from R*..964-6941 ("PRICE, REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves, 2 -

'Norman's. Market -'?. ,- '.j. '.'V r BR frame house, CH&A. outbuildings and many extras. .. ,.. ...

U.S. 301 South Your Full Service Real Estate Office !JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot. Central .. *'jr vfSS* '- '

'"We Da Appraisals", heat and ai'r, carport. 49500.
contemporary -
I !COMMERCIAL Prime business Ideation on US 301 with 589

*READY TO LIVE IN for only $21,500.:Owner financed. In city. plus feet on the highway and.10 acres. 3300 sq.' ft. building.Call acres has a screened porch design 3 bedroom. 2

1910 DOUBLEWIDI on one acre, all hookups. In excellent cond. VA financing for details. and fireplace, nicely landbaths one acre. Attractive
available. 24900. and assumable 'morfeatures Include
OWNER TRANSFERRED ft ANXIOUS 'Brick ...BRI 3 BA on 2 lots. Over 2600'. 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly scaped screened porch fireplace,

CH/A, all _menltl... Excellent location. just off 16 W. Only $74,900. growing area of Clay county; Priced to sell at less that tgage $68,900. car paddle fan! 2

REDUCED TO SELL NOW !Recently renovated 3 BR house on SR 100, South of $1200.00 per acrell.'WATERFRONT I. $79,000.garage and more

Stark Only 29900. 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin
BARGAIN HUNTERS: 2 story frame on large lot ((185x130)) In city, good location. ,
Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.- In town; lakefront
This won't last long at 16500. We also have homes homes, acreage com

A" ATTENTION: Builders, Developers, Investors: 37 lot subdivision with V4 mil. j g. screened porch..This one will go fast at 57500. mercial property lake lots & residential & mobile home
paved rood. Adjoin city limits. Priced to sell.,Owner financed. MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus ,acre lot with four out- ,

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BUT .lIecutlful.paclou. ((1932 sq. ft.) 3 BR. 214 BA ] buildings Including a 21' 'x 66' metal barn. Loads ofposslbllltl.s. ,...

home-on opprox. 6 ac..... This horn I. beautifully landscaped, 2288 sq. ft., outbuildings j' -tv ... Hwy.21 North
oth.ramm.niti.s too numerous to mention. Must be seen to believe.. .N..r. PO. '
$120,500. Additional Acreage Available te--. .0.133.


W. Invite Inqulrl.. On Our Other Properties George W. Roberts-Jr. Broker 904 / 473.4903 I

Thinking of Buying Or Selling Call tie.Vy Terry A. Gains, CSM, Salesman SHOwcAii PROPIII1'IIS. INC: REALTOR '



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ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. no

NORTH CAROLINA Rent scenic mountain down payment, $7$ per mo. Call RAT- Buy Sell and trod. Used furniture MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series MOVING SALE-Sot.., Sept, .21, 9'.4 'pm.
9645606. 10/4 tfn $350 household Items, with double keyboard base located 695 S. Lawrence Blvd (SR 26))
log Cabins overlooking rlv.r. Cool 3 BR 1 IA on lake Geneva. appliances, organ '
comfortable, convenient. Hiking, LOTS R ACREAGE 20 percent down montly plus deposit. No pets 4752682. collectables, glassware, old (ewerly, pedals and rhythm section $795. Call Keystone Heights Itchg 9/19
fishing, swimming and games on pro balance In five years, financing by 2tpd 9/12.9/19 tools, etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 473-2210 weekdays or 473.4648weekends GARAGE SALE- Fri. and Sat Sleeper
perty. Many attractions close by. ((305)) owners, 9646853. 12/13 tfn. QUIET-CLEAN comfortable. unfurnished PRICE WARI Deluxe flashing arrow for appointment to see tfn courch typewriter, kids clothes; .,, toys
ACRE LOTS! Pleasant Grove Settlement Club and unlighted. GRAPES -PICK Open ..v.ryday.Lilly' and Items Adult clothes, tools, kitchen
943 4582. FCAN 158 Itchg 9/19 2 BR, 2 BA house In Keystone signs, lighted no arrow '
ESTATE IN CENTRAL GEORGIA! 7500' 3500. $350 dn.", $70 per mo. Call Estates Central H/A, weathered Only $199 upl Unbelievable quality) Vineyard. Coral Farms Road Items, dishes, 'glasses, many more
9645606. 1/03 tfn 8/15 tfnchg priced to sell. SR-100-'".-mile west of
home; pool tennis court 100 acres. porch. 4813)09. Itchg 9/19 Free letters I Guaranteed never undersold Florahome. 659-2121.
On. of the South's finest homes. ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY MOBILE.HOME 2 BR 1 BA on '/ acre lot Can see locally. Warranty. Factory WURLITZER spinet piano, excellent condition Putnan Hall. Follow signs 473.2846.1tchg .
750000. Call ((912)) 552-5681 collect. ROAD: $3,000 no. down payment, $70 close to town. $225 per month. Direct: 1 ((800)) 423-0163. fcan 9/19 1000. Cherry mahogany. 9/19 .
mo.'Coll 964 5606. 1/03 tfn YARD SALE and child Items ins
per 9/19 AUTOMATIC WATER CONDITIONER Phone 4733752. tfnchg 8/29 Baby
Town 8 Country Real Estate. FCAN 160 473-2730. Itchg
Itchg 9/19 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD: (C.227) Continental 500 model. Cost $1700 PIANO FOR SALI Wanted: responsibleparty eluding crib. Household and clothed.
DEER C TURKEY HUNTING PRESERVE for 3500. no down payment $70 p.r mo. HELP WANTED sell for $600 or trod. 4752678. Itchg to assume small monthlypayment. Orchid Ave across from ball fieidsFrk
Call 9645606. 1/03 tin & Sat. 9:30.4: Itchg 9/19 ,
9/19 on spinet/console piano. pm.
sole. 400 middle All
acres Georgia LOT IN CITY: $6,000. Call 964.5764; after Can be seen locally. Write (Include YARD SALE Sat. Sept 21,.8 a.m, Fuinlture '
abundant. On. mile
type game river 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tfn KEYSTONE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH tools, fishing
phone number) Credit Manager, P. O. pop up camper
frontage Call ((912)) 552-5681 collect LAND FOR SALFi Six lots 1.2/3 acre per 'Is seeking someone who will share In' REAL ESTATE Box 520, Beckemeyer IL 62219. 3tchg boat, toys, clothes and much moreLake .
Town Country Real Estate. FCAN 161. lot 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For their ministry through filling the position 9/5-9/19 Geneva on SR 100,.2 "nil.. cost ol
.Itchg 9/19 sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. of organist. For more Information NORTH CAROLINA. Rent scenic mountain MOVING SALI Frldgldare upright stop light. Itchg 9/19 :
Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg please call church office. 4733829. log cabins overlooking river. Cool, freezer, traditional style sofa bed with
MOTORCYCLES WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot located B/22 tfnchg comforotble, convenient Hiking innerspring mattress, solid wood double .
Woodland Acres, Stork. Has well WORK FROM HOME $60 per 100 Inserting fishing swimming and games on pro
at bed matching drawer, knee hole ..... --..-..-.-..--..-
septic1 tank and light pole. 8500 selling envelopes. Information send perty. Many attractions close by ((305)) desk corner table, kitchen table, -
198S ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler, price 500 down 135.00/month. Call stamp to K.S. Enterprises P.O. Box 943-4582.Ican9/19 French Provenclal bedside table
1700. OBO. Good condition. 782.3333 964-5606 6/13 tfhchg 1501-C Bloomfield NJ 07003. 4tchg ESTATE IN CENTRAL GEORGIA7500' Panasonic microwave oven. Phone NeedCustom '
8/8 tfn 5.43 ACRES 646 ft. Forsyth Rd. frontage 9/19.10/3 home, pool, tennis court, 100 acres. 473-2435 evenings, weekends. 2tchg ?
$4,000/acre. Call 305-464-6827. Cash or SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD for approximately One of the South's finest home. 9/12-9/19 Draperies I

t.rms. 9/12 lOtpd 11/14 on. hour each day Any $750,000. Call ((912)) 552.5681 collect. CAMPER trailer 19 ft., excellent condition. Call Loma Stephens
YARD SALE TEN ACRES Lot 61, In Woodlawn Interested persons may apply at City Town & Country Real Estate. fcan9/19 $1400. Utility trailer, $175.
Hall before September 24. Applications DEER AND TURKEY HUNTING PRESERVE-
9644886. 9/19 2tchg 9/26 473-7506. Itchg 9/19 496-2219
will be considered on that day. Rain for sale.400 acres,middle Georgia.All COUNTRY STORE and property for sale _.._ : :!.....-_._.._}
YARD SALE lamp planter*, night lightplant.r. and safety gear provided. .Itchg 9/19 type game abundant. One mile river .
100 6 mi. east
WANTEDWANTED by owner. Highway
odd and end. Frl & Sat. 233N.
*, DELIVERY PERSON wonted. Call frontage. Call ((912)) 552-5661 collect.
Bay St.. behind III Champ 301 N. 473-3809 Wed.-Sun. ask for Dominic. Town & Country Real Estate.fcan9/19 groceries Keystone, beer Heights.and wine.Egg Will business consider, ,OOYrpprpwtY

Itpd 9/19 Reward for Information concerning Itchg 919CARPENTERS
leasing. Also 1982 Corona 14X50 Bargain Center Inc.
W.W.II Army Air Corp crash carpenters 'helpers, CARS, TRUCKS mobile home, like new Phone
sites in the Starke area. Also I need to laborers Good pay, local work. 904-473-2067. 3tpd 9/19-10/3
contact a Mr. Hersey from the Hampton 4734385. Itpd 9.9PERSONAL & BOATS Electrical Plumbing

area. Call collect any evenings SERVICES LAND FOR SALE Mobile Home Supplies
8139685048. 8/29 4tpd9/19 1979 LTD STATION WAGON automatic Paneling & Cabinets

FLORILAND A/C P/S P/B tilt and cruise V-l LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500. 2 Commercial Makers
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work motor. Clean condition $2700. 1979 Owner will finance. $164 per month.
REALTY kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Lincoln towncar 4 door, loaded 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 Makes 350 Ibs, a Day
Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after $3750.1977 Buick Skylark V-e engine, LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto Capacity
964.7700 VACUUMSALE 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg automatic, A/C 4 door. $2000. move on. Power well, septic and
in N. Tempi*... CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In..tallotlon. 473-2409 If no answer 39S.1071Jox). fence $6,499. 392.0985 or 473-3024. \16-1-6619301 Smith
V.tnl.Thornton f.Odom Attoclatv'.ok..OII .. Free estimates Ten years Ask for Nick or ScoM. tfnchg 9/19 Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13
Jay. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for 1980 TOYOTA CAROLLA SR3 Lift-back WOODS LIKE NORTH CAROLINA! 5 QUALITY FOR LESScO
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5 speed, AC AM/FM excellent condi- scenic maintained
Craig. 5/17 tfnchg acre parcels on county
brick NEW & USEDWe dirt tion. $3200 1977Chrysler' New Yorker From 16000. ro+Nb.: .: r0+.-OrO.: +
2.39 Acres. In city,3 BR,2 BA, PRESSURE WASHING Removes ; road. Melrose area.
home, most desired areg. Ready to Finance Our Own mildew, peeling paint from homes loaded, one owner excellent car for Need financing? Call today. PrestigeProperties
sell. Call for more details KIRBYS driveways, mobile homes Call Rick trailerlng, $1600. 4752678. Itchg 9/19 Inc. 373-1700 after hours _
.Less than 2 Years Old: Brick home ROYALS 473-2452. 4tchg 9/1210/3 1976 TOYOTA SR5 sport coupe excellent 475.2647.7/25 tfnchg Steve BroadwayTREE
country with 6 or more acres.sill EUREKAS FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng. mechlnacal condition air conditioning IMPROVED LOT for sale, outskirts of
\ Acres, good hunting woods, HOOVERS Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac 30 plus mpg $1400. 473-3893. Keystone Heights. $8,000 cash or SERVICEIs
Itpd 9/19 $500 down with
473.2521 8/1 tfnchg owner financing
.some owner financing. ELECTROLUX MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, barstools 181 COBRA walk through (V-Hull) 15 $166.83 monthly payments for 5 years. Now
20 Minutes from Gainesville! High > FILTER QUEENS camper beds. No job too small.. ft. 6 In. Gator tilt and float trailer. 473-3024. 4tehg 9/5-9/26 | BROADWAY & WALTERS
land, frontage, excellent
dry SEARS Addison Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg 1984-75 HP Chrysler motor. Call after 6
owner financing good for COMMERCIALWe 9/1210/3 904-786-7677 Jacksonville Itchg 9/19 Removal

I I subdividing. repair all makes CARPET CLEANING deep steam extrac Complete Package Trimming
Commercial Building space for tion. Truck mounted equipment. Sept.
business, plus Income property AI Young'sSince : special any five rooms and hall $89. Having trouble coming up with Stump Removal

C&B Carpet cleaning. 4737770. 4tpd enough money to buy a new home Firewood
1957 9/5-9/26 and do your land Improvement?
964-6918 RICK'S LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all MOBILE HOMESFOR If you have good credit we can sell Free Estimate

409-DRASTICALLY REDUCED: 4 BR 2 types of yard work. Reasonable rates. you a new mobile home complete |473.4732 473-7679
Bo two story home on 20 ac., stocked 3 Miles north of 473.4512.4tpd 9/5-9/26 with well, pole, pump and septic
pond, pool, playhouse for kids, fenced Starke on US 301 CHILD CARE in my home Weekdays. SALE -1972 Peachtree 12 X 65. Excellent tank In one convenient monthly pay After 5 P.M.
enjoy great privacy. Will split Ages 3 and up. Call 473-7529. 2tpd condition new carpet, air partially ment.
Keystone Heights
/. .4s.- 9/12.19 furnished. Penney Farms. $6500. Call Mr. Ford at 4737237.
J413--1 1/4 acre, paved road !
529-9300 529.9661,2tchg 9/12-9/19 Licensed & Insured
mile to town. Owner will finance. or 9/19, 9/26
3/2 Mobile home, $199
*REPO* -
month assumable, to your
I400--9 1/3 acre near Graham STUDENTS1Professional I 3512126.
lot. Call ask for Mr. Fox at
timberland owner financed, low 9/12.9/26
down. New 3BR 2Ba doublewlde, completely *3tchg USED HOMES starting at $2995. Need Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24

1411-3 BR 1 Ba, on 5' acres In typing at furnished carpet T/O, cathedral Some low down. Call ask for Mr. Fox Storage?
lawtey. Home In excellent condition ceiling,, garden tub! delivered ,.nc t,. at 351.2126.3tchg 9/12-9/26 'trim. '..Iw'Handl : "
4tj,.. lgdlXJg-.oil.: i '8 MWO HUI4123 < ..EiTQ;?PPb tt9 SUOY WAf1" set up. OWNER MUST SELL double wide,
BR 1 Ba, on Market Rd. Appliances No money down to qualified $239. Fireplace, masonlte siding r "i Buildings.
cookout grill many extras W.W. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE buyer. Assume payments of $239.93 i I \ shingle roof low down. Deliver to hour h't House Storage
here. Assume mtg. & PERSONNEL SERVICES per month. I' lot, no charg. Call, ask for Mr. Fox at I '' .30 sizes to choose from.

1405-3 BR 2 Ba block CH/A Coll Mr. Ford. 4737237. 3512126. 3tchg 9/12-9/26
landscaped yard. In town. Only 218 S. Walnut Street 9/19.9/26 WOW New double wide, masonlte HANDI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGSUS
Starke, Flo. 964-7777 All for
siding shingle roof, fireplace.
$9.000 down. 301 South Starke 964-8848
t/ll, teas 15900. Call, ask for Mr. Fox of351.2126.3tchg
*399-3 BR 1 ba corner fenced yard.In 912926.

town block CH/2 air units pricedat IIOME FOR SALE *FREE* credit check by phone'for

..f393 39900...lovely 2 BR home In country. .ast soltt s ra.M 26x52 Doublewlde, Big Tree Ask new or for used Mr. mobile Fox at home.3512126.Call 3tchg now. (ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. 1 '

One acre parcel, many fruit trees Protect Your HomeAnd Lake, shingle roof, wood siding 3 9/12-9/26 \
workshop. Owner will finance. bedroom. 2 baths, fireplace, BY OWNER lovely 28X64 3 BR 2'/i BA RealtorFormerly .
,OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Save 25% sunken garden tub kitchen bar. fully loaded 1 year old must see to
On All Maintenance Free Exteriors fenced-In yard. Lots of live oaks. appreciate. No equity assume mortgage FAULKNER REALTY 9f "
Ask about our 'commercial Ins Cut Brick And Stone 38000. Phone 473.7594 or must be moved. .473-7311 4tpd 221 W. Lafayette Street :
,vestments. Tell us.what you want. Coquina Shell 473-4124. 9/19 9/19-10/10 Mon.-Fri.5.30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Saturday t a. to 5 p.m.
.3. N.. Temple I Ave Vinyl or Aluminum Siding ; :
Starke, Fl 33091; / 964-5065 t


Beautiful of N. Fla. .
INCOHfOHATIDt Commercial Storage
i ..,| SDOKU t Stark. Fla. Building OPEN HOUSE Sunday 2.5 p.m.: All Invited to see one of our area nicest

., H&U31 _73-3096 964-6766 Your NowBy ... Look for signs in Conerly Estates
Y. Guaranteed Sovlnai Reserve Space .5.31 ACRES and 1440 sq. ft. horn In developing area. Sell part toi income
calling Doug and hove lovely home left.
964...... *EXTRA INCOME: Live in single wide and rent additional lot septic, tank set

Storage up. 2.5 acres on your private road.
C&C Mini *BEST BUY: Lovely home on 4 plus acres sloping to creek Must >oe to

HELP WANTED U.S. 301 S. Starke I believe.
*GET AWAY FROM IT ALL 20 Acres 2 minutes from U.S, 301 Owner fmanc

Openings available for prior service military personnel In Ing*"FEATURING"and priced right.! Immaculate 3BR 2Bo CH/A. brick veneer rancher on 9.75

the Naval Air Reserve Program In Jax. acres. Beautifully landscaped with ihrub-lined drive.
WANT is In this 3 BR 2 Ba ranch setting with" 4'' acres
Ground and flight crew positions available in patrol. fanefl/ *EVERYTHING YOU
*301 SOUTH will take you to this 3BR 1 Ba, CH/A, screened back porch priced -
transport Goetzman In High 40'..
collect 904-772-3351 for further information. Starling *PROVIDENCE CR 241A, Norwegian brick 3BR, 2Ba rancher, ceiling' fans,

9/12 4tchg 10/10 Construction Company Realtor fireplace, large workshop, country living at its best
all form equipment needed to un fa''
*120 ACRES, 2 Pullet Houses plus

Mil ACRES:well; septic tank' enterprise plus owner home.
Moved New D/W. CHI A, Also 2BR, 1'''.Bo CH A on I acre
Has to ) pond/open air barn. $33,500 *HWY Us 3BR 2Ba, fireplace,
kf 5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES *3BR. 210. CH/A with 1 acre or 2B* IBa CH/A, on 1 acre Both .ingle wide,

Location !S25OOO'Exc.lI.nt; Terms *BUILDING LOT In town, $5,000.
Your Newest Suzuki Dealer 14.87 ACRES:Well, septic tank, 17x._, *BRADFORD VILLAS: Immaculate one unit 2BR 1'-',Ba, over 900 sq fi Many '
South Industrial )'Talroan pool fenced/cross-fenced.M extras In the carefree living unit priced to sell at $34,700
301 *4 LOTS ON CROSBY LAKE CANAL $18.000 for all

Suzuki of StarkeU.S. Park '425000.*4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. GOOD OPPORTUNITY In restaurant business. See us for details,

) .5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. *NICI HOMI ON SILVER LAKEi You should see this one
964.6020 Tanksln.talled12 ACRE: Old farm house. Beautiful *COUNTRY CLUB Let us show you this lovely home with low interest rote

301 South Septic Oak $32.500. I assumable mtg.COUNTRY .
Fill Dirt 5 Loads or More ) >OLD BUILDING: In Lawtey $8500.00 CLUB AREAS 3SR 2Ba home, only $54.000,
Nj Spread Free |LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE LAKE STREET Well built 2BR IBa CB home with breezeway, garage, and

j rr Top Soil Llmerock Gravel -50 Ac. $50.000. carport. Only 27000.
II Delivered )3BR 2BA Beaut. Land Scaped lot.< NICI FRAME 2BR l Bo, Crosby Lake Canal ready to move Into
Pick-Up or $39.500. Hwy 16 West *RENTAL INVESTMENT PROPERTY or live in and rent 3 others, near school A

'2BR 2BA I In the Country. 29900. lot for the price.
I for both.
964-5115-964-4488 $60.000
.- *CHURCH ST. 2 Story Home with large versatile CB building
3BR 2Bo assumable mtg. with low Interest
((9004))712.3931 *DEERWOODi Good area. Nice ,

I P.O.Drawer M rote been reduced has 2 BR IBa CH/A fenced. All for
I -30) S.Lewteot- *EUCLID $T.l This has

Lf' i 26500.*"LIKS NEW'2BR, CH In town, only 25900. Hurry this won't last
V *S ACRES In Lake Butleri Ideal location for nice home Priced to sell,
1 *JUST REDUCED:3BR, 2Bo on 1 acre. Fenced on main rd only $28,000. Fur-

nlshed., ,
T XJ *B% ACRE FARM 1/4 mile on graded road with nice 3BR ham. Only $37.900.
:' Q OPENING 'Sack (Enurtnao & Associate; Star. REDUCED: 7,1 acres with 3BR 2 Ba newer home, just North.of Lawtey on

GRAND beautiful country setting. .
4, '*COUNTRY FRESH LIVING on 9.5 acres with well and septic tank already for

and 28 MOBILE HOME LOTS your mobile home. Call'. fax details,
"Y September 27 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on major 4-lone Hwy 301

2.5 acres.'Newly: ,opened section has com Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR
GIVEN AWAY .From Vs acre to 964-4043
PRIZES with septic Soles Manager' t Evenings
munity water. These lots can be sold ,complete I REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene

FA-50 Motorcycle e 1 Suzuki Helmet 'tank and power pole. L. Faulkner 964-5142 Elite Johns 533.3816

OH' & Filter Change e,. 11\\ From $41.00 per month-. Call for details. Suzanne Kitchens 94.7630)j Bob Matthews1 964 7281
e 2 Lou Young "... .7525" lee Hardenbrook.73.78lt4:

i Come by and register for drawing lots. *' ,
September 28 eAlso, several Farm Home approved Carol'Warner 964..992', Property Manager .

Prizes to1:be given away 4:00 p.m. '1 Lee Hardenbrook'473.784-Appraisal
FREE COKE & HOT DOGS Realtor/Bulld. A73.7060 -

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496.2261 for Information tfn Energy
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP PRO Three Bedroom 1 bath house, unfurnished
PERTVr If I don't hov II, I'll find It.Just NETTLES TREE SERVICE, Tree r.movol GOVERNMENT HOMES, From $1, (U to Ten Acre Low down payment call 964.6385 or 4962751. $275 Install Custom Made
o.k. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR and pruning. Also firewood oak and repair). Also delinquent tax property. financing available In Worthington month, first last and security deposit, Insulated Windows.
496.2126 or 496.2903 west "YOUR pine for sale. Call Thomas Nettles Call 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 for In. Springs, Call 4962540. Itchg. 9/19 tfn/chg Call 964-6766 Today!
UNION COUNTY REALTOR" tfn 4963823. tin 12/22 formation 8/29 Stpd 10/17 Mobile Home Two bedroom, one bath
land For Sal* Approximately 3 acres. unfurnished stove, refrigerator, Homes Beautiful of' N. Fla.
Poetically wooded, well and septic YARD SALE dishwasher, central heat and air,
tank, mobile homes okay. Hale andAssociates shingle roof, wood siding. In town, Starke, Florida
Real Estate, Inc. Call CYPRESS MULCH near schools. $310 per month. Will con. Fret Estimate 10% Discount
496.3939 or 4623068. chg. fin Book, looks Hundred to choos., sider rent to own. Call 496-3206 after 6P.M. No Monty Down with hit it
minister's library, also lots of secularones 1tpd.9/9
text books, .tc. Plus-singer & PINE BARKYou Financing Available
treadle (need refurbished), couch
chair, 3-wheel bike, tools, buffet pull
out table. 380 N.W. Third Street (2 pick-up or We deliver

Eyesight Changes blocks. 8 A.M.north to of 7 bank P.M.) Friday Rain or and Shine.Saturday Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery Carpet (Any $ H JQg Scotchgard

FOR SALE Cleanln & Hall) l fr Available

964-6649 I Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
Splnet Console piano Wanted: Respon-
= l sllbe party to take over low monthy PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
payments on spinet piano.Can be seen -
locally. Write Credit Manager:: P.O. We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet,furniture clean
1 9/19 Box 537 Shelbyvllle In. 46176 9/5 3tpd ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

Registered Quarter Horse Great Shape r work at low,low prices. Call now to make an appointment.
Call 496-2620, day or night. Dean cast.: 308 S. Thompson 964-7725 Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice
Ward. 9/19 4tpd. 10/10 GRFRS
Deluxe Zenith 25" Color TV In beautiful Call.964-4997 CallCheck
,-----CALL Paow
I ) walnut cabinet, was $729.95 now KM Yellow Pages In local phone book All Work Guaranteed
take of $24.65
$286.50 or up payments
Don't toke your eyesight for per month. Interested parties make a Formerly Register Gas rltt : s r
granted. Having good vision often free call, collect for Mr. White at
means having the good sense to get 755-0945 betwen 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. I Mobile Homes I OK!
regular eye exams, and possibly 9/l94tchg. 10/120 DearbornGAS _.a..
wearing eyeglasses. Make an appointment Quarter Horse Nine years old. Very gen.
soon.South. tle. $450. Call 496.2713 Itchg. 9/19 HEATERS t ) l
Hunter's Special Pop-up camper, sleeps "- Heats Up To 5 Rooms
Eastern six $100. Call 495.2713 Itchg. 919Blcycl.s
Plants and furniture, call Completely Installed '
274 In.Ret.
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Eye 496.3810 Itpd. 9/19 { .M39"
Robert F. Hook, M.D. R.9. 399" .." ONLY

George W. Freeman, M.D. INSURANCEMAINES (10 n. TUBING) ,BS& i 68 lfcep r

Diseases & Surgery of the Eye ONLY '.
103 Edwards Road INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S.
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Your monthly payments will be much lower today than they were 3 L I I I I I _
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CALL NOW . . . TODAY r . r . r. r r Check it outlll t! ,
Starke. She has one black eye and one blue. She 1 1 I a 1
:3 BR Home one block from Main St.Lg.rooms and fenced yard. Brand new takes heart medication and she is deaf. Please phone III
roof. Owner will finance. Ready to move In.
Best Describes 964.8238 or bring her home.JJmFther I I I '
Town and Country this Lovely 3 Br,2 BA.home with 7 acres of pasture and .
large oak trees her In Lake Butler. MUST SEE..Fencd I cross fenced for 7 f ron ting (ip j |i i iI
livestock. Could possibly be used as Trailer Park or divided' Into private'
home 't.' .. CALL TOO"'YmSEI!TODAY.. (West otMiddleburg I & The Ravines)
3 In 1 ...Th!lovely Country Home has unique' opportunity.' First Its a lovely
3 or 4 IR. 2 BA, Country style home w/Cypress trimmed GREAT room accenting -.
beautiful fireplace. Added feature pool ft deck off of patio. Second
,there are approx.B acres for small type farming plus nice barn last
but not least a concrete clock building makes It possible for a home
business opportunity. Don't pass by..Located on SR235 near SR100. 10 TOYOSTOVE
minutes from Stark., Breaker and Lake Butler.MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE.
Call today for Appointment to SEE... Craft Roofl g
*Shaw Subdivision-: BR. 1'/. BA concrete block home close to RMC or ,
downtown Lake Butler.Will also rent with Option to Buy, Contract signed. LAYAWAY
Ready to occupy. FREE ESTIMATES -
*HANDY MAN SPECIAL..Between Lake Butler C Ralford.. : BR, I... a
plumbed for % BA fixtures already. Has 1 acre In nice Country SALESAVE
neighborhood. Ready to own neede T.L.C. Senior Citizen Discount

WANTED Super nice home between Gainesville and Lake Butler with POOL. Call me NOW AT SUMMERTIME PRICES

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Keystone Man DiesIn defendant awaiting disposition. He to laws adopted by several other
was the only one to go to trial the states.
Thursday Accident other defendants pled guilty and Lawmakers passed this law in
This Fall !
to the number of
Charles: Glen Addison 21, of have been sentenced or received vehicles response of Florida growing Highways that
Keystone Heights
was killed when
are equipped with bumpers at
his vehicle
went out of

crashed evening on CR-18 last control Thursday and Starke Answer Fire 56 CallsIn Dept. There higher between have distances vehicles been from with several mismatched the collisions ground. The BH Center for Health and Fitness is now offering

A passenger in the Addison vehicle Past Two MonthsThe bumper heights which have resultedin
Michael Sidney Jackson, 22, of a number of fatalities. 3 Month
was injuried when he was Starke Fire Department Colonel Bobby R. Burkett Direc- MembershipsStudents
ejected from the vehicle. Jacksonwas responded to a total of 32 calls dur- tore of FHP said "Excessively:rais-
taken to Humana Hospital in ing the month of July and 24 calls in ed bumpers or vehicles with no (Ages 14.17)) $45*" / _
Orange Park where
he was treated August according to Fire Chief bumpers at all, sometimes, become _
and later released. Dwayne Hardee. No fires Recreational Adult $77*"
major occurred lethal weapons on the road.An Infor-
The 1983 Chevrolet was westboundon during the past two months, mal FHP study of traffic accidents $95*"
CR-18 just west of US-301 at 8:30: ( just routine fire calls were made, revealed that 18 accidents resultedin Comprehensive Adult
p.m. The vehicle swerved to avoid a said Hardee. fatalities and four others caused
slower westbound vehicle slid out of "In August we had another good serious injuries within the five
control going off the shoulder of the drill" said Hardee. A structure was years due to high bumpers.past, Facilities and activities include:
roadway and struck a culvert, according burned on Sleepy Hollow.New River According to Burkett, his trooperswill '
to 12 Nautilus machines
Trooper James H. Horler. Volunteer Fire Department par issue citations after Oct. 1 to the
The Chevrolet continued a counter ticipated and their pumper was used '
operators of vehicles not meetingthe 5 stationary bicycles r
clockwise spin, struck a driveway also Tanker I from Lawtey Cor- new law's standards. Failure to
went airborne, struck a utility pole rectional Institution Volunteer Fire abide by the statute is considered a Motorized treadmill
and then a tree, said Horler. Dept. provided water said Chief moving violation and could result in
Addison was pronounced dead at Hardee. "It was good practical experience a fine of $30( in addition to any o Exercise classes
the scene. His death is the eleventh for all of the volunteers"
related court costs. Free .
weights 1
traffic fatality in Bradford County in said
to Hardee.
The height limitaions are governed ,
1985. For more information call the
July by the net shipping weight of the Whirlpool
The Homicide accident is being investigatedby Two calls were minor structure vehicle, not the modified or altered BH Center for Health and Fitness _
Investigator Calvin fires four were brush fires five weight.
Pace. were vehicle fires and three calls The maximum heights betweenthe at 964.4210 II!
L. J. Norman Trial were to investigate smoke.Two calls pavement and bottom of the _
Now Set For OctoberThe were to power lines down two were bumper, as provided by law, are:
gas leaks five calls were fire alarms Cars with a net weight of less that
trial date has been rescheduled and two calls were to vehicle ac 2,500 pounds-22 inches front and
BH Center for Health and Fitness
for Oct. 21 in the conspiracy to cidents. rear;
traffic cocaine charge against L. J. Seven calls were to assist Rescue. Cars 2,500 pounds or more but less 922 East Call Street
Norman.A August that 3,500-24 inches front; 26 inches Starke, FL 32091
motion for continuance was Three calls were to structure fires rear; ((904)964-4210)
granted by the court as requested byNorman's two were vehicle fires and four were Cars 3,500 pounds or more-27 in-
BH Center' for Health and Fitness is a member of Santa Fe Healthcare
ches front 29 inches
attorney. The trial had vehicle accidents. Three calls were ; rear;
Systems Inc a Florida not for profit healthcare corporation
been scheduled for this week, Sept. to gas leaks, eight were fire alarms Trucks under 2,000 pounds-24 in-
and four calls were to Rescue assist, ches front; 26 inches rear;
'These special memberships require payment at the time of registration
16.A trafficking charge against Nor- said Chief Hardee. Trucks 2,000 pounds or more but' The Center s regular 6 month and I year memberships are availableon
man was dismissed during the June State less than 3,000 pounds-27 inches a time payment system
trial when it was determined the Bumper front; 29 inches rear; I
entered in evidence Trucks 3,000 pounds: or more but .. .
white powder Takes Effect Oct. 1 " "
against Norman weighed 42 grams not more than 5,000 pounds--28 in- .1'' .. .. : ,'
but was only 37 percent pure co The Florida Highway Patrol ches front; 30( inches rear.
caine. reminds owners of automobiles and Burkett concluded, "The purposeof 3m? Norman'sMarket
New charges citing Norman with pickup trucks of a new law effective this law is to decrease the chancesof &
conspiracy to traffic in cocaine on October 1 which requires front and incurring fatal or serious injuries & :.
Sept. 26, 1984 were filed against Nor- rear bumpers to be within certain when involved in a traffic accident I
man after his acquittal. height levels from the pavement.The am asking each affected vehicle
Norman, arrested with 22 other new law also requires that owner to comply with the intent of
defendants last November and vehicles be equipped with front and the law so that this can be ac +
December in a drug bust, is the last rear bumpers, the statute is similar complished." \ U.S. 301 South 964-6071

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to make suggestions about the pro- Mark Jackson confirmed the high Echoing that sentiment was We Accept USDA Food Stamps
per type of truss to use for their par- interest in private home building in Keystone Heights City Coun-
the cilwoman Louise Baker who has
ticular building. area.
like with the commented about the need for more
"We working private / \ Slil P 1
builders, and there are quite a few of employment in the area.
them in this area, where building "We usually get about 60( percentof
your own house seems to be very our business from the private "We've got to find a way to keep
popular right now," Ms. Thomas homeowners who are building their some of the young people who Economy Pak STEAK
said. "There are some real independent own homes or are making improvements graduate from the local high schools STEAK
l types who are attracted to this or additions to their pre- here in this area," Baker com Ground, 'SALETBONE
i. ajumtUwhu; 1ik 1 "to build 4hHr-ewD -sent homes,".Jfwkson! eaKM*Wee- mented at a recent City Council SALE ,
dream homes"on the lakes here in steady growth in the area continuingand meeting. Beef.I 88''
Keystone Heights. We get quite a we're glad to see it.The employ- Ib.Ib. .
"We lose too
many good siRloiN
ment benefits for people here,
few requests from the Melrose area
citizens from this area
j as well. They are really keeping us especially young people are a productive because of the lack of jobs." Ground
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PaK -12 SUCTION September J9, J985

Local Pathfinders through the mountains on the Pathfindering is the coeducational -
Georgetown Loop stopping to visit a scouting program for .
Attend Camporee, ,silver mine and old shops snuggledin youth from the ages of 10-15 sponsored ; : :
the scenic gorge 1/ hours from by the Seventh-day Adventist ;, : q" ldl:I"f-" ;
The largest delegation from,
Hale. Church. The
organization which
anywhere in the United States and Camp Of the Florida'delegation two doc- builds character for good citizens Real Estate ClassAt
those countries represented at the [Kell 's Mite I
tors and 55 nurses participated. Nine and leaders for now and the future is Starke CenterReal
first National Pathfinder
CamporeeIn first-aid clinics full field non-member
a fledged also open to children.
Camp Hale, Colorado were the hospital and ambulances and Estate Principles Prac- in Lawtey, Florida
1,216 young people from Florida. helicopters were standing by if needed tices and License Law will be offered
These Pathfinders and their adult for local treatment or, to be at the Santa Fe Community SOUL, BRO. #1
staff counselors traveled by plane, transported to Leadville, Vail or College Starke Center beginning
Hale for weekin Melrose Man ArrestedOn The One Man Band.and Jimmie Rex
bus and car to Camp a Denver. Camp Hale is located two October 2. The five credit course,

the chilly Rocky Mountains. hours west of Denver, between Out-of-State Charge which prepares students for the Sat. 21 9
Attending from the Starke Leadville and Vail. Twenty-five State real estate licensing exam Sept. at p.m.
Pathfinder Club were Betsy Nail, Everett Ray Smith, 48, was arrested '
will meet each
nearly all Monday and'
Chuck Brown, Richard Smith, Rusty veteran police personnel officers belonging: to in Keystone Heights Monday, Wednesday evening from 6:30: to Also by Popular Demand
Nail Donna Chilson Connie NaU ; Sept. 16 on an out-of-state warrant
the Christian Sheriff's Association, 9:45 .
and Muss Nail. entitled "indecent liberites." : p.m.The Mighty Fine Quality Band
were temporarily sworn in as Sum- class will run from October
mit Sheriff's Deputies to According to an investigator with December The from Lake City, Florida
Camp Hale, the former WWII Ar- County the 2 to 11. cost of the
Training Camp, became the second patrol the three-mile-long Eagle Clay County Sheriff's Depart- course is $107.Students .
my ment the indecent liberties charge Sat. Sept. 28 at 9
largest "town" on Colorado's River Valley. A fire department was can register at the p.m.
usually falls under the sexual abuse
Western Slope July 31August 7, second also set up. category in most states. Starke Center from 8 to 4 daily. Kelly's is under New ManagementFor
"The Seventh-day Adventists have For more information call
only to Grand Junction. Ap
proximately 16,200 people including used foresight in their Smith was placed in the Clay 9645382. Any Social Events, Contact Willie Brownat
County Jail where he is awaiting extradition -
planning/"said Tim ,
4,000 adult staff occupied and en-
on the Washington State 782-3935
joyed the various activities and side director of the Vail Mountain Rescue
Group. "Boy Scout Jamborees of my charges.
trips. An authentic Indian village,
Deputies in the Keystone Heightsarea
frontier village and a full-size youth were never quite this big,and -
received information
of the Hebrew wilderness none of our bases in Vietnam were apparently weawlw.. ,.
replica -
this be wanted
man might on
here then
this big. More people were
built and function-
sanctuary were out-of-state and made the
during the heyday of Camp Hale charges t'Mnir. NinniHil,IIMA
wentto .
of the also .
ing. Many campers .
arrest after the warrant was con- '
trianed for servicein
and when troops were
Glenwood Hot Springs
firmed through a computer check.
_traveleed the Silver Plume Railroad the Alps.

1 ObituariesMrs. LJIi 4s

community of Starke and Bradford sions of love shown to us at our time
Luke '
Shirley County for the kind care and of sorrow. \
Mrs. Shirley Elizabeth Jones generous concern extended to my May God bless'you all.
Luke, 73, of Theressa, died Sept. 14 mom and dad (Mr. and Mrs. Leslie The Family of the Late
in North Florida Regional Hospitalin Best"Inez and Barber") during Jerome Sims Kelly

Gainesville.Born their illness and confinement.A /
February 20, 1912,in Volusia special appreciation to Dr. : ',

County, Florida, Mrs. Luke was a Gianas and staff,the Bradford Coun- Card of Thanks : :
retired ward secretary for the ty dispatchers, Bradford County : ', ,
Veterans Administration, a former paramedic staff and the Bradford Dear Friends: ,.', .( ,
employee of Southern Bell Hospital staff, and Mr. and What is sorrow? Sorrow is a painin '* t'
the heart. We recently felt that : ,} .
and member of Hope
Telephone a Mrs. W. H. Clayton of Lawtey. ( J.. '
pain in the death of SFC Mitchel ,
in Theressa. r; -
God bless all.
Survivors include three brothers, May Mr.and Mrs.Frank you Barrington& Stephen Starling, Sr., husband, ....'/ !?
Allen Jones, Jr., of Starke, Marvin Family father, son, brother and your friend. i f( .
We would like to thank with all
Jones and Frank Jones, both of Monticello,Fla. you x3cJd
our heart, for easing the pain of our "
Jacksonville; two sisters, Margaret {f .
sorrow through food, flowers, > }( ';""t> '; "
and Ethel your "
Mulholland of St. Augustine Mrs. ChanceyMrs.

it Patricia Funeral Ann services Avery were of Bryceville.conducted ton died.Ethel Wednesday Mae Chancey Sept.of 18 Hamp-at her and your comfort With Gratitude and love.and Love, WALK,]1N.WITH,', MZ50! AND WALK, OUT WITH THE STORE.

Tuesday, Sept. 17 by Jones Funeral brief illness. Ursula and Mitchel
home following a
Home in their chapel, Rev. E. L. Born and raised in Atlanta, Ga., Starling,Jr.,and Family

Bradley officiating, with burial Mrs.Chancey moved to Jacksonville Card of ThanksThe We're kidding about the
following at Crosby Lake Cemetery. where she resided until 1976. She
then moved to Hampton Lake. She family of Ruby Silcox Knorr store of course but 11
Stewart W. Beckett, Sr. was a member of the First Baptist would like to take this opportunity to you get

Mr. Stewart Winfield Beckett,Sr., Church of Starke. say thank you and God bless each a lot of extra goodies free
87, of Kingsley Lake, died Sept. 13, Survivors include one daughter, and everyone who sent food and
1985, at his residence after a sudden Mrs. Nancy Davis of Hampton flowers, those who said a prayer or when you buy $7.50 worthof
illness. Lake; one sister, Mrs. Lois Johnstonof spoke a word of sympathy.
Born March 19,1898, Mr. Beckett Forsyth, Ga.; two grandchildren, Special thanks to the employees of Merle Norman cosmetics.We .
was former production manager of Michael Davis and Lisa Lyons; Jones Funeral Home, Rev. Donald
Hartford Courant Newt of Hartford, three great-grandchildren, Erin, Willis, Rev. Ed Kirkland, Rev. Bob- call them"Every ayj'

Conn., a Veteran of the U.S. Navy Brittany and Brook Lyons. by Epps and the Kingsley Lake Bap- Favorites"-a collection four
during World War I, founder of the Funeral services will be con- tist Church.
Kingsley Lake Property Owners ducted at 10 a.m. Saturday Sept. 21 Brothers&SistersOf four most popular prod-
Association and an Elder!: of First at the First Baptist Church in Starke Ruby Silcox Knorr
Presbyterian Church in Starke. with Rev. Ben Bryant and Dr. Allen
include son Graveside services ucts.This
Survivors one Carter officiating.
Steward W. "Bud" Beckett, Jr., of will be conducted at 1 p.m. at \ very special offer

Glastonbury, Conn.' one daughter, Sardis Cemetery in Folkston, Ga., Ii-I.j" ,r ,
301 LIQUORS .f' for
Vivian ,Yelverton or Deltona, Fla.; with Archie Tanner Funeral Home products
six grandchildren, six great grand- of Starke in charge of ar -- -- -- ------ -----
children and five great-great grand- rangements. & LOUNGEU.S. you'll use evi ,

children. ery day comes I I Bring in this coupon' to get t your 1 FKKK i' ; j jI I

Funeral services were conducted 301 N. 964-7771 I Everyday Favorites Gift Moisture Emulsion, I

Jones Monday Funeral, Sept. Home 16 in ,the Starke Chapel, with of In MemoryOf 1 Mile North of Starke. along once in I Beige Luxiva Liquid Crenie Foundation, p I
Rev.Jerry Patton officiating.Burial My Beloved SonW.T.Prevatt -... a blue moon. I Rose Sheer Blusher.Satin Cinnamon Lipstick, I
followed in Crosby Lake Cemetery. I Blending Sponge)) with a\ of $7.50.! () I

On His 21st Birthday LIVE So snip 0 Uti I This offer is gorxl through 1 Oc-toU-rSl,1985, I

Mrs.Tessie Zegarski There's always a reason for the I while supplies last One to a customer. I II
Mrs. Tessie Reta Zegarski, 77 of everything they say COUNTRY I I II
But we still miss him, even though
Keystone Heights, died after September short he's happier this way. ,and hurry to l I mERLE nORm A n :
11 in Bradford Hospital a A has almost to the MUSICThurs.
illness. year past very MerleNonnan _ _ _ _ __
Born May 28, 1908 in Nanticoke, day We still; miss him in so many Fri. & Sat.
Pennsylvania, Mrs. Zegarski was a He had a shining smile and beautiful ways. Night today; 118 S. Thompson Street
homemaker and attended St.
eyes, Jam Session 964-7355
Williams Catholic Church.
brightened people he
always up
Survivors include one daughter," never made them cry. wID pen Mike Sunday

Adele M. Hardenbergh of Keystone' Going along with the right crowd, -_ I

Heights; one son, Stanley A. Zegar- full of dignity and always proud.He .. .,,.. ,_ .,,
ski of Middleburg Fla.; one brother, was one who liked to have fun, m u :.: ...........- --- -'""" -
Alfred of Schickshinny,
and he considered everyone in
Pa.; three grandchildren and four he done.
greatgrandchildren.Funeral conducted Seeing how happy he was that day,
services were It is so very sad because he went
Sept. 13 in the Jones Funeral Home

Chapel, Keystone Heights., with The away.ones who loved him, he left Beer Wine Mixers
Father Tom Gordon officiating. .

Burial Cemetery followed in St. Memorial Park But time.behind for, sure we'll see him another ; It's Wise to Shop at a Homeownedand

Charles G. Addison He's up in heaven now blooming as Homeoperated Price Wise store.
as a rose.-
Mr. Charles Glenn Addison 21 of Yes there's always a reason for
Keystone Heights, died September;; everything, but they're reasons God Check Our Many In-Store Specials
12 from Injuries sustained in an
only knows. u"''I.MISI\'
automobile accident on Hampton Poem by Lori Allen for W. T.
Lake Road 18.. Love you,Mama,Brenda,Alan DISCOUNT LIQUORS AD GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 25,1985 _
Born May I, 1964 in Jacksonville, Itpd 9/19
Mr. Addison was a dryer operator ,
with Georgia-Pacific in Hawthorne Card of ThanksOur

and a member of Grace Baptist heartfelt thanks to all who extended Jack .o.

Church.Survivors include his father, comforting sympathy and Jim Canadian Taaka = Smirnoff ;* Canadian
help in our recent sorrow. For the Daniels
Addison of
Charles W. Hopewell.
beautiful service, floral offerings, Club Gin 'MoJJ
and Vodka Mist
Va. his mother step-father
Alice and Drefus Douglas 01 and other kindnesses, we are deeply Black ;'Itj m'L

Keystone Heights; his wife, Laura grateful.Genevieve Solano and Family TR 1.75 750 :$ : LTR 'rM1ca LTR I--'Q:: 750 CANADIAN |
Ann McRae Addison of Keystone; MIST.
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two Mae maternal Polk, Florahome grandmothers, and Beatrice Annie Card of ThanksThe 699 JI1'I8l4".. < ] 829F 5 9 9 ; 7 9 5" JZ

Sullivan of Belle,Fla.; two paternal family of the late Robbie L. 999 4 ... ..eerl ..._oDO
grandmothers, Lottie Starling of Shaller wish to express their sincere
Starke and Nina Parrish of Lake appreciation to their many friendsfor
Butler; one step-brother, Michael the many acts of kindness shown

Douglas, Keystone; one Keystone during their time of sorrow.A .
} Michelle L. Douglas of special thank you to Father ,
Heights.Funeral. Joseph Finlay, pastor Father
services were conducted Ernest Brunelle, Father James .' .,
Sunday Sept. 15 at First Baptist O'Neal and to St. Edward's Altar
Church in Keystone, with Rev. Don Society for the meal prepared
'p Scheetz and Rev. Jack Wlngate of following the Mass. (Seagrams Ron R' Ushers Black

ficiating.HeightslCemetteryaand Mrs.Peggy Shaller and family George Kahlua
I Keystone 7Crown Rico Green TowerLlebfraumi
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Dickel Liqueur
in charge, of Card of Thanks Rum
Heights was .ar Stripe ]
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rangements. With grateful hearts we wish to + -? ? 750
thank the Class of 1970 and the many 750 LTR IRPN&CO LTR"*.. 750 .!'' "
Card of Thanks friends who have been so kind to us usp.gas

Mrs, Dorothy L. Barrington extends in the form of words, cards, flowers It- ifilekci' 10"STARKE
;1 sincere appreciation to the visits,prayers and all other exprEsMaB.anzas g99 6" 6" '399 6"f.



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If you choos'to visit Fort Matanzas --- and informative end NeTiry trip Oasis Lounge Model A Lounge 301 Liquors Jessles Lounge
Matanzas River is one of the
the IntercoasUl across
there arc landing dock for small most pleasant parts of the visit. 3 Miles North of Highway 21 North 1 Mile North,of 801 ,N. Temple Ave.

craft at both the fort end! visitor Once you have discovered this Waldo on U.S. 301 Keystone Heights Starke on U.S. 301 U.S. 301 North
Ctftw. ,. nearby J historic "playground", you 984-8080 .
You will find the National Park will probably want to visit it again 468-9481 473-9827 964-7771
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