Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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L'8-' ", Inside... Bradford CpU
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N.w. .1.3.9A SINCE 1879 .
WPXE measured three straight S9's M- T-W and more of the Edi oriol'p .. . .V.V.V. .4A .

same is expecteu Th. Social l Sc.n.. .< . . 5-6A .
A low pressure area, slipping south, hangs over south Georgia Public NoCM, . .4A ..
and north Florida, meaning an increasing chance of rain as the Spar'. .. .
weekend nears- 20% chance of thunderstorms Wednesday night, : I h 1//11.1000/(1/ /
30'I'hursdayand4; % Friday. Temperature<<: : -70stomld-90s. SECTION n, n Paps I I'' '1"" I 1 i
Heavier than usual lightning activity expected Friday. SeatB.lt Law. . I.'! (Y r t I .
Rainfall was! scattered and light this past week. VirgInia Crawford. . . : . .II I ry j-,: FLp(JILL I B. ,
July normally gets 7.99 of rainfall, August 8.10, and with June e Hawkln. Roll. .3B L )
7.07 inch average, are the three wettest months of the year. tfi-Stark. LiiL'ii..7.128 (
Average annual rainfall for this area is 61 inches; through June 21 Grant, Skinner. J J '

inches had fallen. D.. h Car. 6B I
A hydrologic conditions report by the Suwannee River Water cioi.m.d a-JOB The Sweetest Strawberries i This Side I of Heaven

Management District shows district-wide rainfall below average. N.w. Br|... . . . 10B 107th Year STARKK, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
Groundwater levels remain normal because of 1985 hurricanes. Ar.a D.oft.i. . . . . lie I 52nd Issue Thursday, July 17, 19H6 USPS 002-700) !

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.."\ Wih1 rioting 11 Qualify, O.pen Political Season Here


1971 Class Reunion... Three school board races and one Wainwright, 60, is a long-time resi-
contest set dent of Lawtey and 28 veteran
county commission are a year A'I
The Class of 1971 of Bradford
School is and 11 candidates had qualified as of the state prison system. He is the .ti
planning an August
late brother of of Correc- :
16-17 reunion.An -- The Telegraph went to press Department t",
d Wednesday afternoon, July 16. tions Director Louie Lee Wain- '.!!
is set at 5p.m.
important meeting
yr board wright. Cobby at '';',
The county and are was superintendent
Sunday 20 at
July community "
order to hold Lawtey Correctional Institution for '
at w \ under a federal court
meeting room
I south 1986 elections under single member nine years, and the past year has
Orangewood Apartments on
SR-100 in Starke. All interested Mi ( rIz districts in which a candidate is required been superintendent of t.," Lake
v tw to live within the boundariesof Butler Reception and Medical I t.
classmates are asked to attend, according v ..,t
to Sandra Demps, phone the district and only the voters in Center.
964-4627. p that district can vote for him. '
District 3... :
aR The qualifying period ends at noon

,'; I Friday, July 18. Forms to fill out, In District 3 which runs east from .\ .
Free Blood Check... Q such as financial disclosure and Starke, the incumbent, Len Schlof- '

opening a campaign account, take man, 33, Starke optomitrist is being ;.t
A free blood pressure check will time. So, a candidate cannot go into challenged by newcomer Scott f r:
be given the first Tuesday of every the elections office at the last minuteto Roberts, 24, a vice-president of ,;"
month from 1-4 p.m. in the libraryat qualify. Roberts Insurance Co. of Starke.
Bradford Hospital. A registerednurse Four school board posts, districts Schlofman was appointed to the IY

will issue blood pressure 1, 2, 3, and 5 are up for reelectionthis school board in 1984 to replace to
cards, record readings and check year; however, district 3 will be vacancy created by the suspensionof
your pulse. for a two year term. former board member J.R. (Jim)

ll f c r Lawson. Schlofman, in his first
IIS Enrolling... 9 4ay School Board... political race, is running to keep the

Bradford Head Start is now accepting District 1... seat.Roberts, who lives in west Starke s
applications for children Jimmy Scott of Lawtey qualified has a business administration '

. 3,4,5 years of age. ,:..:l>HiIIIl Tuesday for the so-called black ma- degree from the University of
. For more information, come by jority northeast District 1 open Florida.
the Head Start Center at 1080 North -
school board seat.
Politics On The Move In Bradford
Pine Street in Reno, and ask for County... District
Scott, 44, an accountant, is comp 5...
Jill DeSue. Hampton resident Harold Waters qualifies for the campaign bank account, a process that takes several troller for Associated Minerals, a Twelve year veteran J.T. Parrishis
to Vote. Disl.4 County Commission race Monday morning, July hours to complete. Qualifying ends at noon Friday, but Green Cove Springs mining com ; being challenged for his west
Register .. 14. Deputy Supervisor Carol Milner and Supervisor of if you're going to run for office get there several hours pany. He is also the son of Lawtey county District 5 seat by Mrs.
Register books close August 2 for Registration Neva Flynn help candidate Waters with before noon to allow Lime to complete the qualifying Mayor Robert Scott. Evelyn Chastain who lives on For-
the Sept. 2 First Primary election.All the financial disclosure form, tell him how to open a procedure.be syth Road.

citizens of Bradford County 18 District 2... Parrish, 46, lives in rural western
years of age are urged to registerto The 3-way race is set in the newly Bradford County, is a farmer, and a
vote before the books close. Member District ElectionSet created northwest District 2 with service representative for Valley r
Single Lawtey area natives James (Cobby) View Dairies owned by Stanley
PW Registration... Wainwright and Raymond Durban Green.
challenging incumbent Judy Mrs. Chastain is the owner of
for Warner
Registration Pop
Chastain's Jewelry and Gift
Football is scheduled for the follow- Becker. Gallery
ing Saturdays: July 19, July 26, and For 2 Court OrderAt All three have qualified.Mrs. in downtown Starke. Her husband,
Aug. 2.Both. Sept. by Becker, 39, a Lawtey resident Tommy Chastain, is the son of
is seeking a second term. The Carlton and Ella Mae Chastain and
boys and girls ages 7 to 13
incumbent a teaching posi- grandson of former county commissioner -
gave up
may register during the hours of 10 4:05: p.m. Friday, July 11, an elected to the school board or Boundary lines in all five voting tion at Bradford High to run for the T.C. Chastain and Mrs. Jessie
a.m. until 3 p.m. at Bradford order signed by Federal Judge county commission. school board. Mrs. Becker has a Chastain. She is the daughter of Mrs
,.' Square Shopping Center. For more Howell Melton decreeing school master's degree in education, is Bill Sinclair, a retired teacher. Mrs.
districts have been changed slightly
information, call Ray Durban, Jimmy Scott of Lawtey qualified
board elections member
by single working on her doctorate, and is Chastain was valedictorian of the
phone 964-6433. Tuesday 15, to run for the> <- .fre.fore, Supervisor Flynp's; office '
districts hand-delivered to the July peu
was must notify each voter of his district teaching at Santa Fe Community BHS Class of 1969 and earned
Dist. 1 school board black majorityseat.
, Starke office of of Elec-
Supervisor bachelor of arts degree from Florida
number and where he is to vote. College.
Senior Citizens. .
.. The District 1 accordingto
new ,
tions Neva Flynn. Durban, 43, lives in Lawtey and is State University.
r: On-going weekly classes in It went down to the wire, but the the 1980 census, has a 52.7 percent a tombstone designer and engraver
macrame/needlework and Bible school board settlement means that black majority in population and a "We'll make it," Mrs. Flynn said with a business in Starke With four The District 4 school board seat,
: study are offered at the Senior county commissioners and school 52.5 percent black majority in voters this week. Without killing yourself, boys in county schools, two at Brad- held by veteran Rodney Hall, is not
Center.An board members will be elected by which was negotiated in the suit. The she was asked. "Now I didn't say ford Middle School and two at up for re-election until 1988.

AARP Chapter is being form- single member districts in the upcoming county commission seat for Dist. I, anything about that1 Mrs. Flynn Lawtey Elementary, Durban has
ed here. Sept. 2 general election. held by Commissioner Lawrence shot back. been president of the parent-teacher County Commission...
,:' There are free blood pressure The county's at-large elections Mosley, is not up for re-election until organizations at both BMS and LE.
,.1' readings every fourth Tuesday, system is no more. 1988. There will also be nine different He coaches little leage baseball andis Two posts, District 2 and District
courtesy of Upjohn. Single member districting is supposed ballots in this year's election, she currently president of the local
", The Center is open Monday to make it easier for blacks to The Voting Process... says. Pop Warner Football Association.

through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m.,,
) and is located behind the new courthouse i
on the corner of Grand and

Georgia Streets. Contact Beverly 1 1i
McGee and Teresa Woods, phone Brown's Challenge
964-4545, for more information. i

Pre-Retirement: /
Learn By Mail...

;. Retirement years can be a great Cut Out $100,000
phase of life. It affords the oppor-
tunity to do all of those things you

v never had time to do while work- Do your homework, cut $100,000 The county levied 9.322 mills for the Ono of ft UCaL.011

ing. from the proposed budget, then 85-86 fiscal year. The tax roll has increased
Planning for retirement, come back next week and "we'll see and 8.9 mills, the rollback
however, is a major consideration.It where we stand," Clerk Gib Brown figure, will bring in the same f i d 'Vi'i kIl
can make the difference between challenged Bradford County commissioners amount of money for fiscal 8687. t a ,
enjoying those leisure years or Monday night, July 14. "I don't want to increase the

.. struggling through them. With currently proposed expenditures millage," said Commissioner Maxie ,
It is never too early to begin $800,000-plus over expected Carter, saying he prefers to chargeuser
planning, especially if you are look income, including the loss of$250,000of fees which everybody that usesa 4 471fiT
.. ing at retirement in five or 10 federal revenue sharing funds,the service would pay.
years. The Extension Service is offering commission is depending on Clerk "A household charge is more

a six part Learn-By-Mail Brown to provide a healthy car- equitable," agreed CommissionerE.W.
:: series to assist in preparing forl' ryover. To make up the difference, Hodges.
retirement. Information will be the commission is eyeing user fees Once the final budget deficit is k R b
r;: sent to your home for your conve- to make the garbage disposal and determined, commissioners are #
nience.If the emergency services operations considering determining the percentage
l' interested, contact the Extension self-supporting. And, 'the commis- of the deficit, then asking an IJ
Office, phone 964-6280, Ext. sion still intends to collect unpaid across-the-board cut of that percent,
284. mobile home license tag fees and and turning the decision of where to t
taxes due the county. cut over to department heads and of-
: Surplus Sale... At the same time, commissionerswould ficials. Clerk Brown suggested that

i A School Board surplus propertysale like to give county employeesa method last week.
goes on every Wednesday from five percent salary increase, Brown told the commissioners he xi
a 1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off estimated Monday night by CPA Pat could study the budget and cut out
Orange Street behind Bradford Farnsworth, who assists the countyin $100,000 in two or three hours. So, if J
Middle School. its budget presentation, at$55,000. the board does its homework, Brown
Some $200,000 could also be raised comes up with a carryover figure,

Upcoming.Librarian ... by increasing the millage levy to the and board decides how much to
full 10 mills allowed by state law,but charge on user fees, some serious
Arnold Weeks will address commissioners said Monday night budget work can begin at the next Kicking Off...
the monthly meeting of the they don't intend to increase proper budget session set at 8 p.m. Monday,
local chapter of the AARP set in ty taxes with less than two-thirds of July 21. State political the

the Senior Citizen's Building behind property owners paying that bill. (See 11 Qualify..P.2A) way coming to the Sept.through 2 election.on
the courthouse at 1 p.m today
marathon Is the
A a day
((Thursday, July 17), according to
of Hawkins,
goal Rep. Larry
Chairman Ben Holtzendorf.The .
iv D-Dade, (above) who hopesto
Bradford County Historical Qualifying Opens MondayFor
wheel his way into the
Society will meet at 7:30: tonight -
Commissioner ofEducatlon's
(Thursday, July 17) in the SFCC state office. Hawklns'support
Starke Center at the Old Cour
of No Pass, No
thouse. Attorney Bill Bess/ent will, Council Seats a
address the 3 City Play law separates him from
group.A '
i. 1' the rest of large field of candidates -
special joint meeting of the
Executive Boards of the JuniorWoman's Qualifying is open from noon Mon- a horse farm in west Starke and eI"I Going 9 mph,
Club and Woman's Clubof day, July 21, to noon Friday, July 25, operates a body shop and laundry in Pt" Hawkins Bradford wheeled his way last
Starke is set at 7:30 p.m. today for the three odd-numbered Starke Starke, was elected in 1982. { through County
(Thursday, July 17)) in the commission seats. Starke's 1986 election will be city- FridaySunday.State
Sen. Pete Skinner, a
clubhouse. All board members are Up for re-election are Group 1 wide for all candidates. The city is 1 r.
urged to attend. Commissioner Bobby Biggs, Group 3 not under a court order at present, "- Ht >.;w y rH U.S. House candidate, came
The regular monthly meeting of Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, and although it is being sued by the to town Friday for a
dinner at the
the Bradford School Board is set Group 5 Commissioner Travis Bradford Chapter oC the NAACP to $2S-a-plate club

Monday, July 21, at 7 p.m.A Woods. None had opposition in the have election by single member J.D.country Grlffis. Sen.sponsored Skinner by
lr districts. The city has filed a motionto
special meeting of the City 1984 election. toured the Care Center here
Commission of Starke is set at 7:30 City commissioners are elected dismiss the suit, and is expectinga and shook hands at left with
p.m. Tuesday, July 22, to further for two year terms and are paid $400 ruling on the motion in the near H.C. Kelly, a former Lawtey
work on creating a Enterprise Zone per month. future. resident.
for the downtown.The This is an "off-year" election in I State Sen. Bill Grant a
July meeting of the Brad- Crosby, an administrator In the the city.. In 1987 Commissioners Vernon I U.S. House candidate, was
ford Zoning Board is set at 7 p.m. prison system, Woods, a driver's Silcox and Charles Schaefer, here last Wednesday night
Tuesday, July 29. license examiner for the Florida Police Chief Jimmy Bowen and City y.dt. for a gathering at the country
The July meeting of the Starke Highway Patrol, were elected to the Clerk Neil Tucker will all be up for rW"" club.

Zoning Board is set at 7 p.m. council in Sept. 1980. Biggs, who has re-election. ?! See B-Sectlon for stories.

(? Thursday, July 31.

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Dill. S, Sc>,ool Board Dlit. 5, School Board Dist 1, School Board Dl.1.2, School Board 01.2.! School Board Dl.,. 2,School Board I

I, Charles Schaefer, MayorCommissioner 0.s

of the City of Starke, Florida by virtue -

of the Authority vested in me by law, Meetthe
do hereby call a First Primary Election to }4

be held at the City Hall, in the Aforesaid r

City of qualified voters on Tuesday,

September 9, 1986, A.D., for the purposeof 44r T,

electing the following officers.

r + Candidates

One Commissioner-Group 1- For 2 Years ,
One Commissioner-Group 3 For 2 Years 1A r ,

One Commissioner-Group 5. For 2 Years -- .. -t tt-----.. t

Len SchlofmonDist. Scott Roberts E.L. (Nook) Norman
Inspectors for Said Election: 3, School Board DIM.3 School Board Dill. 2, Commission

Lucille Godwin Margaret WilliamsElla

Mae Chastain Shirley Andrews

Clara Colson Margaret DeSue 11 Qualify.. .

Agnes Dinkins Elna Schaefer "" .

Oleeta Hardenbrook Elizabeth Walker ;:! (from page 1A) the race was on Monday for two
previously unsuccessful candidates,
4, are up for re-election on the county Harold Waters and Bill Alderman,
Alternates: Clerk commission. both residents of the Hampton area,
Alderman was beaten by 62 votes
Bernadine Early Kay Carter t District 2... by Horis f'4Iln( 1 / 4 'a. E.L. (Nook) Norman so far faces the owner of the Bradford Title and
Lucy White no opposition for his District 2 seat. Abstract Co. in Starke.
Norman, 55, is a self-employed Waters, 47, first ran for the com
t vegetable broker and a regional mission in 1970 when he was beaten
In sales manager for Griffis Gas.He is by former commissioner Eddie
Testimony whereof, I here unto :4L seeking his third term on the com Allen won over he and Hodges. In
subscribe my name and cause the Seal of k. ;: mission. 1974 Hodges beat Waters 1,859 to
.. 1,673.
the Town to be hereunto affixed this 15th -- District 4...
Harold E. Waters Bill) Alderman With incumbent E.W. Hodges say Waters is a laboratory analyst tor
day of July, 1986, A.D. Dlilt4, Commlttlon Dili.4, Commission ing he does not intend to run again Georgia-Pacific where he has work. .oo
for his District 4 commission seat ed for 28 years. '
,aouch .
: Charles SchaeferMayorCommissioner

( Dancing Clinic)
Given By: BHS Jazz Corp
Attest: Neil L. Tucker August 4-8, 1986

City Clerk 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. all.
'12.00 Fee

Qualifying time for the above offices t All Ages Are Welcome '
more information call: Keep touch
opens 12:00: Noon, July 21 1986 and ,964-9947, 16'7125ATTENTION

closes at 12:00: Noon, July 25, 1986. -.
with push buttonconvenience.

t :
Girls of All Ages
Baton Lessons

I will be starting .
July 19 Tbuch-Call keeps you from going around in circles.
Unlike old-fashioned rotary phones,Touch-Call makes your:phone connection
For more Information, call :; quick and easy. It's the simple way to update your phone and the way
Donna Parado 468-2685 you use it.Call .
1 or Anna Ward today to find out more about Tbuch-Call.For dialing convenience you
Family Designer Shoes PoNlE33 MESEvetydyy can put your finger on.

L.A. Gear 'Candles
pair Values OF GOD
Nina g West
Every 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
I6 Gloria Vanderbllt Clao Walter F. Montz PastorWe f
invite you to worship with us. !
Bradford Square 417 Edwards Road Slarke Attended Nursery

964-4071 Sunday School .. ... .. .. .. .. 10 in
I Morning Worship ........ .. 11am
Evening Servlca ..... .. .. .... .pm
Wednesday Youth .. .. ..... 7:30: pmt


of God BIBLE SCHOOLof St. George's Church
& MissionAll \
Prophecy, Inc. AT Welcome 9A
Ave. Smyrna Missionary Sunday Services
Starting July 20 Baptist Church 11:00: a.m.
7:30 Corner of Pratt & Myrtle St. Confused youths who would Ilka to
p.m. Nightly July 28 Aug. 1 the solve, tame.their Call problems and help others do
Rev. Thorton Evangelist 7:00 9:00: Nightly 782-3080
Rev. W.T. Laney, Pastor. Rev. John George Wilson
pd a Everyone Welcome Eastern Orthodox

May We Introduce You to the 13% IRA?

Or how to get the 13% tax-free accumulation without using IRA? v

Safety of the money guaranteed (it goes into U.S. Treasury m

Bonds). Approved for payroll deduction for military and civil ser

vice. A 20 day period to check it out. Save as little as $7 a week or .. ,. slllCEtJIEL

to $2500 a year. Flexible, you may stop it and start it up again.

You may put in extra money anytime and take out when needed. '.


Phone 964-8765 between 4 to 8 p.m. ; Where people connect.
<0 Canter 1966 .

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'" ','". ; Council Sets Special Meeting to Work on Grants, Enterprise Zone I


The first reading of three new ordinances Street) development grant. position on the list for full funding of prise Zone being created as an incentive the Redevelopment Trust Fund worked in excess of 159 hours in j
in connection with Starke'stwo 3.Authorize a one-year exemptionof $575,000 for commercial redevelop to attract new businesses in- could be used to extend services to 21-day period.
Community Development Block 50 percent of the occupational ment. Palatka could still seek a to the designated area. The plan pro new Industries, City Attorney Terry
Grants, and proposed creation of an license fees for businesses in the court injunction to prevent distribu- vides for the establishment of a Brown said, "Yes, if the industry When questioned by The
Enterprise Zone will be heard at a Enterprise Zone.Concerning tion of the grant monies to other Redevelopment Trust Fund created becomes a component part of the Ti-U'i/ >raph Wednesday, City Clerk
.. special City Commission meeting at the downtown towns, with the possibility of delay- with funds earmarked for this purpose Enterprise Zone" Neil Tucker said that after examination
i 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 22. redevelopment plan, Day reported ing the distribution of funds The using 95 percent of new taxes of city records he was convincedthat !
', As outlined by Linda Day, the Tuesday night, July 15, that the appeal report of the hearing officer has created by the increase In property Fireman Overtime the city was in "substantial
, .. city's grunts! specialist, the ordinances filed by the the City of Palatka, been sent to the Secretary of the values in the Enterprise Zone over Argued... compliance" with the Garcia Act in
will- which was not funded in the grant Department of Community Affairs, the valuation at the present time. The Council took under advisement its payment of firemen. Tucker said
process, had been heard by the who had 90 days in which to make a This would be used to help fund con- a complaint by fireman Hex that a final determination would
(1.Designate the area to be included Department of Community Affairs, final decision on the awards 'tinuing improvements in the Enterprise Seimer that the city was in violationof have<< to be made by the city at-
in the proposed Enterprise Zone. and no cause was found for increas- Day also stated that surveyor Pat Zone. the new Garcia Act, passed by tornev.
2.Adopt a redevelopment plan for ing its standing in the ratings. Welch is now preparing the legal When questioned! by Commis- Congress, providing that firemen Seimer said he was speaking in
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[ forfh"ArnrtfT) '" i' f T i It Thr"nfr\9r* Cf. "!1. m t. r. } description for the proposed Enter behalf of his fellow firemen.

I $12.4 Million School Budget Proposed, Workshop Set For MondayA I

$12.4 million district budget, up sparsely populated school districts quipment needs. It will be the Budget Praised... cost centers listing the 85-86 Where It Goes...
over$1 million from last year is proposed such as Bradford, pays the district board's responsibility to choose budgeted amounts, actual 85-86
expenditures -
to the Bradford school board $173,000 in 86-87 up from some what will be done with the$265,000 to "I feel very good about this one," and 86-87 budget re On the expenditure side, school
by Superintendent Jim Duncan. $100,000 last year. spend on local projects approved by said veteran board member Rodney quests. employee salaries will go up an
About half of the increase in the "Essentially we know how much the state. Hall who has seen 22 budgets go average of 5.5 percent.\ A new
school budget comes from the expected money we're going to have," Supt.\ down, some good, some bad he "It's very easy to understand," teacher will start at$15,600, up$600.
100 gain in students! mostly Duncan told the board. "You can noted. said Chairman Parrish.
coming: from grades K-3, according move it around and have as Plus, there is $20,000 accumulatedover Hall was joined by chairman J.T. Supt.\ Duncan, in turn, praised The per student supplies alloca-
to Supt.\ Duncan. The remaining in- hearing as you want to." many three years in gas tax refunds, Parrish and board members Judy Director of Business Mike Reddishfor tion has been increased from $15 to
crease comes from the Florida School millage, set by the state, is and $B2IKJO() the district lab has to Becker and Len Schlolman in prais- developing the understandable $30 per weighted FTE (full-time
Education Finance Program whichin up88/lHlhofa( mill,or about 9 cents build a new science.. laboratory. ing the three column format of the format on the new computer system equivalency student) J.

, school 1986-87 district will$1,934.39 pay the per Bradford student, per $tOOO of taxable property. -\ :" ,, "',: -.. .::."".-:--...:,':::'''- ",,: .. ''' ''''''''''' : ';";' '::;;' '::."''::'" "" ,:. ': ';" ;" ": '" ':" :" '' '''' ''''. ''''''''' ,": .,.:,'," :., ,:,' :..':" _: ,':,"'1"\,', ...."

I up$236.11 over last year llocationof Monday Hearing Set.
I In 198687'the district will also First public airing of the proposed
budget set at 7
is p.m. Monday, July
I receive 96.09 percent of each state 21, in !the school board meeting room
I dollar called the district cost differential in the school administration building Certified Building Contractor
: in education terms, compared -
N. Ave.
on Temple in Starke
: to 95.26 VPrcent> in 8586. The At that time At Priced
I state's base allocation per student is sent the school Supt.board\ Duncan with will a pre-listpossibilitit's "Superior Quality Affordable

\ $2,013.10 for 86-87 ol building construction
I And, the state's sparsity factor paving projects, and l fixture/e- A Home
i,i provides extra funds for

, Only a Few Days to QualifyFor ... .of your own !

City, County & State ..

Political Offices.

Now is the Time

to build while Interest Rates n
I. City Qualifying Days:
I are low --- as low as 9 % N'
Noon July 21 to Noon. July 25, 1986II. .

with no points

County and State Qualifying Days:

Noon July 14 to Noon July 18, 1986If

Call 964-6633 Office .t ,
you, as a registered citizen (voting) feel that & _

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have done an especially good job on the city I Will Build Anywhere in Florida BUILDERS OF DISTINCTIVE HOMES, CONDOMINIUMS AND INNOVATIVE

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consider running for office yourself. If you don't

want to run then get out and work and beat the 1 1. 1

bushes to get someone with political ability, K1 f see page 8A .. ,

courage, conviction and honesty to put his or

her hat in the ring. The same goes for county

and state office. :

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government, can bring about change in our city,

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HOW'S THE for FAMILY by Citizen for Better Government? : ; : .

Rev. Ed Kirkland
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Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church rm. --


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It would be impossible to forget you have children. You may want to forget ...
sometimes, but you just can't. The minute>ou sit down and try to forget they .8.
are going to pop in and say, "Where is this," \\hatshould I do,"or "Why ) \
can't I do this or that," or "But it only costs$10.00". When Donna and I were \ _
trying to explain to our son the other day that toys cost money and money 1 .
doesn't grow on trees, he sat there to think about it for a moment. Then with
excitement gleaming in his eyes he said, "I know what you can do, you can aA i
write a check!". Explaining out of that one with a four year old makes for : rV I
very interesting conversation.But .
just as it's impossible for you to forget you have these people of
various sizes and personalities calling you"Mom" or"Dad", it is impossiblefor J '
them to forget they have you as a parl'nIn fact, I wonder how they i'1rtj 2:
would describe you to me? That's an interesting thought isn't it? Sit down for
just a moment and think about this, you may be surprised at what you come
up with.
For instance, if I asked them what they have to do to get something, what
would they say? Would they say they ask then see if you agree? Or would Uftii1
they tell me they just have to pitch a tit in the store or go to the other parent
and get them to convince you? Now let me ask you something, what are you 1 rN s t _+
teaching them about the world they are going to work and live in? Will they N ;
believe that if they cry loud enough they will get whatever it is their little rjt
heart desires? What do you suppose will happen to them when they find out it I1 \m
doesn't work quite like that
What if I asked them, not you, to tell me how much time you spend at r ,
home? Their answer might be very different than yours. Not because you
would lie, but because they may not consider you working on the car or
washing clothes as being "at home".Ask them, see what they tell you.
How about this one. Suppose I asked them how much their parents argue?
How would they rate you? Never, seldom( sometimes, or Saturday Night at r ,
the Fights? Some children learn all about w resiling without ever going to the F ,,t ,x, I. i
coliseum or turning on the television. They watch it live action, at home. L-- *
How do you think they would respond if I asked them it you listen to them
and help them when they need (or want) it? This question can bring you I
down to earth fast. Ask them for yourself in a minute. Don't say "You knowI 'r'T y ,'
listen to you don't you kid'I" That's not going to give you anything exceptthe -' A,
you want to hear to settle you conscience. Don't ask unless you're willingto
really hear the answer.
Finally,what if I asked them "How do you know your mom and dad love
you?" What would they say to that? You might think you are showing them
love by constantly buying: them things and maybe that would be their
answer. It's a shame if it is because what have they learned about love? Thatis
has a price-tag?
If your children are at home, and can talk and understand these questions,
You might give some serious thought to having a little question and answer
session of your own. Use these questions if you wish, add to them or make up .,
your own. But, if you do you may just be surprised to find out how you rate as
a parent. I hope for your children the answers are what they should be. But,
if we are honest, we all have areas we need to improve in. So, when the
answer they give hurts, don't get on to them for being honest. Instead, for
their sake make the change while there is still some time left. Maybe then
the next time you ask, you will make a better grade.Ed .
Kirkland Is pastor of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway 16 at
Kingnlev/ Lake You may request an answer to a personal need or respond to
an article by calling his office at J33.2018 or writing to: HO Wi THE FAMILY -
? Kingsley/ Lake Baptist/ Church Rt. I, Box 5P6, Starhe. FL. 32091 Your ; jj /
name ur address/ will not be printed. i t rA

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Summer Heat Slows/ Political! Campaigning ;

Elections Seemed Hotter in the Old Days pR oEN

In presidential and U.S. Congress races, ported Democratic nominees in national -E
however, this does not mean that the elections consistently since the paper was 7
founded by Col. William W. Moore in the
Democratic count
t nominee can on party
loyalty to help put him in office. Due to post-Civil War days of "CarpetbaggerRule"

cross-over voting, Republican presidential in Florida. a
1IIIlh"J nominees, including Eisenhower, Nixon, With the State just freed from the d
and Reagan have been favored by Bradford Republican rule imposed after the Civil
I voters during the past two decades War, Col. Moore wrote in the'Oct.' 29, 1879

In spite of this Democratic defection, issue of The Telegraph: "The Republicansare i l
preparing to make a desperate strug-
Bradford has
The County Telegraph
sup- gle to regain the power they have lost, but
with union in our ranks, their struggle will
be hopeless, we see no real obstacle to as
united and enthusiastic struggle on the
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h.d .. ", .,,, ., ,. ,, .n''0.,>".." .." ."' '', ""', part 1876."of the Democracy as was 1I 1Ifo
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Telegraph editors would argue
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White House.

In a June 9, 1899 editorial, Eugene S. 1th (\ e t

Scientists Warn of Future Matthews, who purchased The Telegraphin !
1893, fired the following broadside at the
editor of the Lake Butler Bulletin who had
dared to suggest that the Republican Par-
Rise in Earth's TemperatureThink ty was "the real friend of the masses."
Matthews contended that in taking this
posltionl "The Bulletin occupies a field
I its No other Southern
own. paper
enveloping the globe in ever-increasing began, but Calls: was so incensed by the
it's been hot this summer? claiming to be Democratic is so lost to a Telegraph was established as a
density, will trap radiant heat from the sense decency as to applaud the party State Democratic Party action that he was Democratic paper, has always supportedthe

Well, stick around.... the worst maybe sun, preventing it from escaping back that made the hell of Reconstruction POSSI- read mittee out endorsed of the party Knott's, and candidacy.The the State. Com- organized party, and probably alwayswill.

| yet to come. into space. Scientists now believe that ble, and appointed members of a low and unpredictable Catts took his ."

Maybe not in our lifetime, but almost the greenhouse effect will occur much vicious that element have brought of our populace them into to positions revenge by leaving the Democratic party Telegraph editorials blasted the'

certainly within the lifespan of our sooner and be far more dangerous to the day contact with the best elements every-of our and qualifying as an Independent candidate Republican Party for "pouring out moneyto
for the governorship in the General carry on a campaign against Smith in
Earth than believed
children and grandchildren.Here's was just two citizens.
years Election Most Florida newspapers, In- the South, based on his religious faith and
a "worst possible" scenario ago. The Telegraph strongly supported the cluding The Telegraph, roundly denouncedthe anti-prohibition views, while in the North

lor a summer day in the year 2036, as During the last 15 years, a number of William Democratic Jennings"silver-tongued Bryan in his orator unsuc-, renegade Catts for this action, and they are vehemently declaring that
the News Service: scientific have flayed him editorially for his extravagant neither prohibiition nor religion is the
prepared by Knight panels warned of the cessful campaigns for the presidency in promises including "draining the issue in this campaign.
buildup of carbon dioxide in the Earth's 1896, 1900, and 1908. On November 11, 1910, Everglades." The Democrats' war cry
atmosphere caused the of it finally deserted Bryan in his bid for the Smith was defeated by Republican
"The city swelters through an by burning was "Knott will tie a knot in Catt's
unbearable heat wave. fossil fuels such as coal and oil. In the Democratic Party nomination, saying: tail"-but Catts was the one that did the tyIng Herbert Hoover, but The Telegraph was
consoled the fact
"With the prospect so bright for by Brad-
have soared above last hundred the amount of and was elected Governor in 'the
Temperatures years car- Democratic success in 1912, Mr. Bryan General Election. ford County remained in the Democratic
100 degrees for the last three days bon dioxide in the atmosphere has in- will doubtless seek the nomination once column.

and have climbed above 90 each day creased worldwide by almost 25 per- more, but the party cannot afford to com- After the election The Telegraph ex- During the Great Depression of
that "Catts the Governor years
mit suicide again for him. And Mr. Bryan pressed hope ,
weeks. Water is cent.It .
for the last two ra- the 19305 The Telegraph strongly
will supported
never realized his dream of becoming not be as radical as Catts, the can-
tioned because the city's supplies is predicted that because of the President. didate." But Catts managed to keep the Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt
have become too salty to drink. State in constant turmoil during his administration through his four terms of office, and
greenhouse effect, the average annual Sticking to its traditional support of He was actually indicted by credited him for his dramatic and successful -

temperature across much of the U.S. Democrats, The Telegraph was outspokenin a Bradford County grand jury for allegedly programs to bring economic
"Smog has forced many people to will rise up to nine degrees Farenheit.The what proved to be the most bi/aar: race requiring a payment of$500 before sign- recovery to the nation after a period of
stay inside, but air conditioning is no most direct consequence of such a for Governor in the history of Florida. The ing pardons for inmates of Florida State depression that almost wrecked the

longer a salvation; utilities are ex- warming trend would be the increase in year was 1916, and The Telegraph solidly Prison, and was also indicted on charges of economy.
supported State Treasurer W.V. Knott
periencing brownouts because of sea levels because of melting of the his race for the Democratic nomination for in peonage for working state convicts on his After the Roosevelt era The Telegraph
restrictions on burning fossil fuels. West Florida farm continued its support of Democratic
polar icecaps. According to scientists, Governor Knott was opposed in the
The incidence of skin cancer has During the bitter presidential presidential nominees in the belief that a
sea levels around the world have risen Democratic primary by the flamboyant campaignof majority of middle class Americans have
reached record levels. Sidney J. Catts, a late-comer from 1928, which was tainted by religious
by about one foot during the last cen- Alabama who claimed to be a Baptist bigotry and hatred, The Telegraph riled fared better under the policies of
"The summertime exodus to the tury. If the magnitude of the greenhouse minister. many of its readers by vigorously suppor- Democratic administration than under

shore no longer occurs. Many of the effect is as great as now projected, ting Al Smith, former Governor of New Republican "trickle down" theories.

best beaches have eroded away, and ocean levels will increase between two This time, the voters of Bradford Coun- York and a Catholic. Bradford County has always taken its

large portions of coastal shorelinesare and 12 feet by the year 2100, according ty, falling under the spell of Calls' fiery Defending its position The Telegraph politics seriously, and 1986 will probably
oratory, failed to heed The Telegraph's ad- be no exception. Although the blistering
under water. to the U.S. Environmental Protection wrote: "A few of our erstwhile friends
now vice and voted 919 to 636 for Catts. The so- have fallen out with us during the present July heat wave has kept politicians seeking
It is also
Agency. predicted that
The Midwestern drought is in its called "preacher") also won on the campaign-not to the extent of boycottingthe the shade rather than the votes so far
eighth and the nation's bread- warmer ocean temperatures will cause statewide level, but the vote was so close paper, because that would be too un- this summer, the opening of the qualifying
year more powerful tropical storms to occur that Knott demanded a recount because of period Monday was the signal to get the
dust bowl. American to be seriously thought of, but to
basket has become a
irregularities observed by him in the show the road for the
and could also shift the path of weather- the extent of saying unpleasant things September
Much of Bangladesh and"Indonesia controlling currents such as the Gulf voting process of some precincts about the paper. To these impetuous primaries, and the General Election in

are already under water. Stream. The slow, county-by-county recount friends we have only to say that The November.

Some fatalists will
try to shrug off

To this frightening scenario might be these dire predictions by saying they: Two-Man Race Shaping Up For District 13 Seat j 1

added that much of Florida would also won't happen in our lifetime and, even if

be under water due to rising sea levels they do, there's not much anyone can do

caused by melting of the polar ice caps. about them. But something can be doneto An interesting political race is shapingup ministration and supervision and was been a strong supporter of several projects I
for the District 13 Legislative seat, public relations director for the Duval benefitting Starke and Bradford County,
Trail Ridge running north and south, control the emissions of carbon diox- pitting
such Block Grants for the
teachers for until as
incumbent State Representative County union six years, city, including
w here the DuPont Company is now mining ide and other gases contributing to the George Crady of Yulee against Baker last January. funds for downtown improvementsand

would be one of the few areas in greenhouse effect, including methane, County businessman and former teacher, housing rehabilitation for the Reno !
Florida still above water, due to its high nitrous oxide, and chlorofluorocarbons John Jasonek of Macclenny "I think we need old time values and a district; and improvements!, for the BIIS
which are used in refrigerants and lot of hard work in order for small rural auditorium. He is now vice chairman of
elevation.In District 13, which in-
Crady represents counties to gain respect and a fair shake in the House Rules Committee "
spray cans. cludes the western half of Bradford Coun- "
Tallahassee Jasonek
The of both candidates
recent weeks, atmospheric This all of Nassau and Baker Counties, and a says. campaigns are
summer's oppressive heat com- ty, fifth
have been Crady is seeking a term in the expected to be well funded.
chemists and climatologists bined with poor air quality due to pollu- small part of southwest Duval. Legislature based partly on his support of Crady, the former owner of a bait storein
painting a bleak picture of the future at tion should be enough warning to make Jasonek is a former teacher,who ran unsuccessfully the prison impact bill which will bring a his home town of Yulee, is now a full
for BakerCounty
scientific conferences and before Con- in a close race substantial increase in state funds to
even the most indifferent sit coun- time legislator. Jasonek is in the printingand
among us School Board member eight
Evidence years ties in which prisons are located, such as business in both
gressional committees. pointsto Nassau and
and take notice of the fac- He has master's in school ad-
scale up problems ago. a degree Bradford, Baker, and Union. He has also Baker Counties.
global warming on a
ing the globe as early as the year 2000,
precendented in human history becauseof
unless corrective
measures are

chemicals the steady in the buildup atmosphere of man-made, causing a and The clear.warnings have been issued, loud County Agent's Notebook By Bobby TaylorUsing I

so-called "greenhouse effect".
solar heat But is anybody listening? That re- the right amount of the right Applying FungicidesThen ing. However, you should notice a
Just as a greenhouse traps slowdown in symptom development within
mains to be seen. 'fungicide is essential for effective plant
inside its cover, the blanket of gases disease control. But, that's only half the continue spraying at the intervals about_10 days following anolication.

battle! You must also know when to apply suggested on the product label. As I said, you should begin control
the selected material. Unfortunately, If disease symptoms that have appearedseem measures at the first sign of infection.

many gardeners may find timing to be as to get worse after you've sprayed, However, if you don't begin spraying untila
I, confusing as chemical selection. don't get discouraged. Remember that disease has spread quite a bit,you shoulduse
Letter Gives Update on ChrisJuly Fungicides work by preventing plant fungicides can only prevent, not cure, an the most effective material you can
diseases. They serve as shields against in- Infection. A disease may continue to produce find, and apply it at the highest rate allow-
fection not These chemicals can'tsave symptoms for some time after spray- ed on the product label.
14, 1986 reason other than his short clinic with a two-month supply of
lifetime habit of being unable to plants or plant parts that are already
Since five-year old Chris Campbell the home treatment and it was
and his mother, Brenda, swallow anything solid or lumpy anticipated that he would returnto infected They can only limit the spread ofa Forestry In Bradford
disease to healthy plants. So, it's County
returned home to Starke from because of his previous sore Spain on August 11 for one very I
Spain on June 12, they have been throat. This is not a problemanymore week of observation and reevaluation important to begin a fungicidal spray program
completely involved with his new but the habit remains The Campbell family at the first signs of attack or, better Trees and Lightningthe
diet and skin treatment. For and we feel that this will be over- has just informed me that his yet, even before you notice any symptomsat
those who might possibly not come soon as he ventures into dif- return trip to the clinic might not all. Anyone who has ever seen a bolt of voltage of the lightning bolt, the
know who Chris is, he is the little ferent types of foods His mouth be necessary. They have made a When you notice the first signs of fungus lightning split a blackened sky has surely moisture content of the tree and the
boy in Starke who was born with and entire digestive tract are in contact with Tony Degabnelle, disease usually leaf spots or blight you can been moved by its beauty and awed by its species.Trees.
the rare skin disorder known asRecessive good, comfortable condition now the representative, to request be fairly sure that the affected plants have power.The struck by lightning may start fires
Dystrophic Epider- and he stays on his diet of creamof refill orders of Chris's medica- been infected for at least three days, and beauty of lightning is obvious; the and they also may be uprooted in heavy
molysis Bullosa (EB), He spent 2 wheat, potato, carrot and tions, ointments and special lotions perhaps as long as two weeks. Symptomsof power less so. The National Weather Ser- winds. Branches can break off and cause
1 1'2 months recently at a special celery soups, natural apple bacterial leaf spots and downy mildews vice has said the electricity in a single bolt property damage or injury and insect and
clinic in Figueras, Spain which sauce, rose hip and camomilleteas usually appear three to ten days after in- of lightning is enough to supply power for a disease organisms may attack and kill
successfully treats EB as well as low fat milk, butter and At this writing we have suffi- fection. Other leaf diseases have Incuba- four-bedroom house with a washer, dryer, damaged trees (especially older pines).
other unusual types of skin pureed parsnips. Eggs and cient funds to cover Chris's tion periods of from seven to ten days in refrigerator, television, VCR and home Any tree worth protecting should be protected -
diseases sweets of any kind are strictly treatments over several months, some cases as long as from ten to fourteen computer for a couple of weeks. It In- with a lightning rod system con
In spite of the 95-degree heat he prohibited. but if it becomes necessary to days. Greasy spot on citrus can take dicates the potential power of a lightning sisting of an air terminal point, a copper
came home to, he maintains a return him to the clinic for any several months to show up. bolt is approximately 100 million volts mesh conductor cable, ground rods and
healthy appetite, continues to Through our contacts with extended length. of time, concen- Generally, the longer the incubation although most strikes are usually 5,000 to conductor cable clamps. Larger trees may
other EB we are con- two
trated fund activities require complete
lightning rod
weight, and is free of pain. raising period, the slower a disease spreads, and 10,000 volts.
vinced that the Kozak treatment but
systems when
After being in the mountaintopclinic be required starting after the the more easily it can be controlled. Ob- Since 1959, when records were first properly installed they
works and that Chris will will
where temperatures con- first of September viously, then, diseases that have short In- started on lightning strikes, to 1984, serve as pathways for electricity to
rang- to It all dependson travel
tinue improve. without
ed from 60 to 75 degrees, the strict adherence to the diet The Campbell family, Mrs. cubation periods,such as bacterial blights, Florida has consistently ranked first in tunately this hurting is the tree. Unfor-
and mildews are the most difficultto lightning deaths and Injuries. An oval area process very expensive and
downy ,
drastic change to 90-96 degrees in itself and the regular applicationof Whitehead and I wish to thank should only be
control. bOrdered by Tampa, Lakeland, Cape attempted by experienced
Starke caused Chris' skin to skin medications. Due to the each and every person who has in tree specialists.If .
Other variables such as weather condi- Canaveral and Gainesville Is known as the
contributed to
rash. This
develop an irritating any way helping
extensive to this tree is
was quickly remedied by medica- case by the coverage entire news given media, Chris get better. Being free of the tions, cultural controls, fungicide toxicity, lightning capital of the United States remove your damaged struck limbs.by lightning,
Because in Most
Is any trunk
tion and the installation of horrible pain and bleeding,and to and spray application techniques also will lightning activity greatest
a for which we are so grateful, wounds will heal themselves
June and this Is the of but broken
July August, : time
have effect to
hear this child some on attempts con-
small window conditionerin laugh with your
new air other EB families in Canada and joy branches and loose bark
the when the foresters at the Divisionof should be
his Quarters. May Belle the United States are contactingMrs. surely makes all our efforts wor- trol a disease. But, the one factor that will year recommend pruned
thwhile. have the most Influence is the time at Forestry giving some off.Bark
Whitehead and I have learned
and for Infor- beetles
Whitehead me thought to protecting certain trees from are quick to attack
from other EB families that ex- mation on how to get help for Mrs. Pauline AikenChairman which you begin your spray program. As I lightning. lightning.damaged pines and will usually
cessive heat is disastrous for said, the earlier you begin, the more suc- worth kill them.
their children. We are referring Trees protective measures might Spraying pine trees with Lin-
these children. They must be kept them to the Kozak Clinic and to Chris Campbell Project cessful you will be. include those of sentimental value, those dane seven to ten days after the lightning
cool and dry.Chris's their representative in You should always Inspect your plants that add exceptional value to a home or strike may save them. A tree that survives/
food still has to be Georgetown, Ontario. P.O. Box 1192 carefully and frequentll' and begin spray- those of historical significance. Bear in a lightning strike should be fertilized with
Keystone Heights, FL 32656 ing at the infection. It may mind when determining the likelihood of a fast release fertilizer to stimulate
pureed and strained, not for any Chris' ramp hnm from the Phone (904) 473-4441 seem that extensive disease symptoms lightning strikes that tree height, root growth which will help the tree recover new

develop overnight. However, a few spots depth, soil type, land elevation and tree from the damage.
always appear on the leaves before a sud- location all must be considered. Have you noticed your cypress turning
den explosion of symptoms. And, you Trees that stand alone, tall trees at the brown lately? This is caused by the
should remain alert for these early warn- edge of a group, trees near houses and Cypress Leaf Beetle, and they are
ings. Also, if you know from past ex- trees along golf courses are frequently especially prominent in years with dry
c a. S perience that a disease problem is likely to struck. Generally speaking, lightning kills spring weather. Generally this may last

The IRS takes In over half a trillion dollars develop, you should begin a spray program pine trees but hardwood trees usually only through till August. Call me should you
every year
before at all. sustain minor damage. Much depends have
you see any symptoms on more questions about those hottit'sK'

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Social Side [ :: Area ChurchAirpark News .

Club News
Baptist Church Prayer Breakfast
of theNews Items L Hosts Gospel Sing July 19

The Griffis Family and the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,
r+ Morgan Family will be singing at located on the corner of Hall &
y'I Weddings'Receptlons t I the Airpark Baptist Church, 521 N. Calvary St.. will fellowship with a
g < Orange St., on Saturday, July 19 at Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, July
+r -i ir 7:00: p.m.The 19 from 9 -10 a.m. Breakfast will be
Parties public Is invited to attend. free.
Please come and share with us
Bethel Baptist VBS asks Kev A. Jenkins.Gethsemane .

To Start July 21
Quartet to
Vacation Bible School starts July
Valarle Randolph a 21 and will run through July 25 at Present Concert at
Announces w\ Bethel Baptist Church. Classes will Pine Level BaptistThe
be from 7:00: p.m. until 9:00: p.m.
Jeff Ruise, Jr. There will be classes for all ages Gethsemane Quartet of
including adults. Greensboro, North Carolina will pre-
The church is located on Road sent a concert at Pine Level Baptist
Ms. Willie Mae Randolph of 230A, Starke. Church on Saturday night, August
Lawtey and Mr. Lester. Kenneth 30), at 7:30: p.m.
Randolph, Sr. of Jacksonville announce The Gethsemane Quartet is one of
the engagement and approaching Gospel Sing at the best known gospel singing
marriage of their groups in America and they travel
Pine Hill Church
daughter, Valarie Denise, to Jeff --- _.\'IT -.-"""""'" .. widely presenting gospel concerts in
Ruise, Jr., son of Mr. & Mrs. Four Generations... There will be a gospel sing at the churches throughout the country.
Clarence Roddey of Starke. Pine Hill Church located on Pastor Roman Alvarez and the
Valarie is a 1985 graduate of Brad- EttwlInrtart.t! Snoudcn "Kiin-loth's eleventh great-grandchild was Brownlee Rd., past the Vo-Tech, members of Pine Level invite
Acr ford and born !March 2I! three days uHw her HUh!! to attend this I
High is attending Santa Fe birthday. Saturday, July 19 at 7:30 p.m. everyone special ser
Community College. She is Eleanor !Marie Smith of Cocoa heath shown' here on a recent visit to Local talent will be featured and vice. There will be no admission
employed by Belk Lindsey of Starke. with her great-grandmother Ethel Faircloth grandmother Jeannette refreshments will be served. charge for the concert.
Gainesville.Jeff .rigor Alkire of Starke and her mother. Pastor Parramore welcomes Pine Level Baptist Church is /
is a 1983 graduate of Bradford She 1 Is the daughter of I'aiil and Judith 1\lkirl'l\JOIHty Smith. everyone. located three miles west of Starke on
High and is employed by Griffin and 1.It'IIIIort'llh(1: 8 Ins. I II III... iii birth and joins a l7-\oar-ol l sister Highway 100.
Co. o{ Hampton. thrisla Kay Moody (not picturrdl.BHS ). ,
The wedding will take place
August 16 at the' Philadelohia Ban- Class of 1976 Revival, Gospel Sing

Valarie Denise Randolph list Church in Lawtey at :30pm.: : Reunion Sat. July 19 Set July 23.27 Gifts
Friends and relatives are cordially ForYour
invited to attend. The graduating class of Bradford At Pine ValleyA

High School, 1976, will hold their revival and gospel sing is set for
Historical class reunion Saturday, July 19 al July 23-27 at Pine Valley Congregational
Society Meets 17
July Ravines Country Club in Mid- Holiness Church with
dleburg. Evangelist Sis. Dorothy Church according -
William A. (Bill) Bessent III,local East Starke was named for his All school teachers and ad. to Pastor David Hodges.. Wedding Party
attorney and a descendant of one of grandparents who lived there for mimstrative staff who were involved The sing will be held Saturday
Starke's pioneer families, will have many in a large two-story with this class are invited to uttcMid night, July 26, with the Happy Day
charge of the program at the Thurs- frame years house which is still standing Apologies are extended to these in Gospel Singers from Jacksonville.Alter .
day, July 17, meeting of the Brad dividuals for not sending personal the Sunday morning service, +N' c''+', y
ford County Historical Society. today.persons who are interested in invitations, but the number was extensive dinner will be spread in the church
The will discuss the importance and fellowship hall.Everyone .
speaker history of the area are invited to attend addresses were not
of preserving family all meetings of the society and available for everyone concerned ) is invited.
history for the benefit of present and become members if they wish to do For further information, call Glen- The church is located two miles
future generations. Bessent Road in so. da Epps 964-4151.! north of Starke down the dirt road
next to Bradford Furniture Factoryon

Did You KnowCharles Outlaw Realty 301.
Honors AssociatesAnd Eastern Star Supper

& Kathy Griffis and their Army National Guard Pvt. David Dodge i Starke Chapter 224, Order of the
children, Tony, Lisa and Ginger are Richard Clark Outlaw held Eastern Star, will have a covered
E. Jr., son of Realty a pool party
visiting this week with Red & Mavis dish supper Saturday, July 19, at 7
Richard E. Clark and Lovella L. Saturday, July 12 at the home of the
Griffis of Lawtey. Have a good visit 1 Clark, Starke, has completed the Ar- Lavern Outlaw for the associatesand p.m. in Masons Masonic and their Hall.All families are

my fire control Instrument repair their families.A invited to attend r
Mr. Louis Carlton Register of course at Aberdeen Proving Ground, cookout including hamburgersand
Jacksonville spent a couple of days all the trimmings plus Starke Christian School ,
with his son-in-law and daughter, Md.During the course, students were homemade ice cream was enjoyedby 1 J i .
Marion & Lena Hinson of Lawtey. taught to perform direct and general twenty-two people.A Accepting ApplicationsStarke
They went fishing on the Suwannee support maintenance of fire control birthday cake was presented to Christian School is now accepting -
River with some luck. instruments, to include artillery and David Dodge to celebrate his birth- applications for
combat vehicle fire control systems. day. Kindergarten 4, Kindergarten 5 and
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Milner & Martha Swimming, eating and lots of fun First Grade. ;
McGee spent Thursday through Chris J. Rollins, son of Jackie L. was enjoyed by all. For more information call
Monday of Liberty weekend in Rolling of Brooker and J.C. Rollingof !9U4-6490, 964-8177 or 9645894.
Canada business related In
on a trip. Bell, FL, has been promoted in the
addition to touring Montreal and
U.S. Army to the rank of private
Quebec City, a highlight of the trip
first class. Births Our bridal consultants an trained I II
(1,'" ,.., included and ships viewing in New the York Statue harbour of Liberty on- Rolling is a watercraft operator at .. I In tin- National Biidal Scrv UT-

Thursday. Ford Transportation Island, Hawaii Company.with the 5th :Mandy :May GreenlyTed Courtney Renee Cruce

& Joy Greenly of Kayetteville, !Mr & Mrs. Marcus F. Cruce pro--
Marine Sgt. Kevin L. Griffis, son Marine Sgt. Dave P. Smith, whose N.C.proudly announce the birth of a udly announce the birth of their
of Clifton E. and Louise L. Griffis of wife Celeste, is the daughter of daughter, Mandy May, on July 8, daughter, Courtney Renee, born July -
Starke, has been promoted to his Carol Wells of Lake Butler, has been 1986 in Alachua General in 6, 1986 at Alachua General ; t1 AI 1.1 )RESS A OPEN Mon--Sat.
present rank while serving with 3rd Hospital 7 Ibs. and "
promoted to his present rank while Gainesville. weighing 2 oz. lLU/J GIFT SHOP 9:30-5:30
Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Coprs Maternal
Maternal grandparents are Gerri grandparents are Mrs.
with 3rd Force Service
Base Camp Pendleton, CA. serving Okinawa.A Sup- K. Markham and the late Hershel A. Mary Crawford and the late Thomas 'Bradford Square Shopping Center 964-5051
A 1980 graduate of Bradford Coun- port Group, on Markham, Gainesville. Robert Crawford Sr.
ty High School, he joined the Marine School 1979 graduate of Ridgefield High Paternal grandparents are Ordy Paternal grandparents are Mrs.
WA he
RidgefieJd, joinedthe
Corps in October 1980. Marine Corps in July 1979. Greenly and the late Gerald A. Gertrude Cruce and the late Frank :\IE\IBER: \,1 l(1Nrll.: HHIII\( tilik l'ICE
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Community News i. United Methodist Women Study Native Americans !

Elizabeth Walker Display of some items for gifts can perlect place for camping, nature

964-668.1 be found at Chastain's and Leila's of walking, cooking on a campfire and I

Bridal ShowerA Starke, and Belk Lindsey (linen you name it. The United Methodist Women of salad luncheon with Princess Wan- During the business mcvllnu. with r f

bridal shower will be given in departments) Oak's Mall, the First United Methodist Churchare doona Corn Bread and Indian Jack President Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Sr. !

honor of Valarle Randolph, August Gainesville. The troop enjoyed all of these involved in a study of the Native Crumble Apple Pudding for dessert.' presiding, it was voted to use the remaining

3 1986 at the home of Mrs. Joyce wonderful activities, plus an American.The Representing Indian tribes 1989 Bazaar money to help 1//

Walker.J. Scout News elaborate breakfast that was June General Meeting was throughout the United States were renovate the ladles room in the

The hour of the event will\ be announced On June 13, Troop No. 461 enjoyed a prepared by Mr. Konkel, an ex-navy concluded with a study session led Mrs. Frank Porecca, Mrs Bill! educational building.

by Invitation. The shower is beautiful overnight at the homesitesof cook. by Mrs. A. J. Eaves III. Each of the Thompson, Miss Carolyn Keen, Mrs. Plans were made to continue! givIng

being given by Carla Lee and Helen Mr. & Mrs. George Konkel. The A fly-up ceremony was also con- seven groups had been studying in Jimmy Smith and Mrs. Don Harden- / assistance to the Adam Hardy j

Lee. Konkels live on S 1/2 acres just ducted and girls receiving their their groups and a representativefrom brook. Mrs. Mike Woodfin par family and group members were

North of Lawtey. The area is the wings and pens were: Dcidra Lee, each group participated In the ticipated in the opening devotional reminded to be working. on Items for 1

. . ........... Kiahna James and Veronica smile. ", hll'l1 Wit concluded with a the 1988azitar ;

Hours 10-4 10-5:30:Sat.M-F Jo Ann'sOur ,- for Williams.Many a wonderful thanks to beautiful Mr. & Mrs., overnightstay. Konkel Local Sponsor's Nominees Awarded National Honor !

South 301 Plus4siiV7 e The Society of Distinguished Membership in this national AS members, these students will

(l ) ? A Speciality Gift Shop L I' Troop Leader Willie Mae Randolph American High School Students announced honorary is designed to be not onlyan have the opportunity to compete for

today that two students honor but also an incentive for college scholarships through The

SHARP VCR's For Sale from Hope Baptist Church have those exhibiting top performancewhile Society's National Awards Program -

July Summer Sizzler Sale Continues $279 plus tax been selected as members in its in high school. To be accepted, This scholarship program,

honor society for 191)6) students must have excelled in now in its seventeenth year, is fund-

Additional Items Added Frequently Cash & Carry The student's pastor, Rev. David academics, extracurricular, or civic ed by 140 colleges and universities

10% to 50% Off HOME W. Weyand, was! presented with The activities. across the nation. To preserve the

NEW ITEM metal primitives.. EN'fERTAINMENTCONCEPTS Society's National Appreciation honor, these members names and

silhouettes, carousel candle holders Award for "assiduous devotion to Local students awarded this honor their accomplishments will be listedIn

the development and encouragmentof for 1986 include Eric Packham and The Society's 1986 Membership
DIP OF THE WEEK Tomato Horser.idish Bradford Square 964-6946 student leaders. Andy Redding. Registry.

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Bid Notice highest bidder tor cash and In accor- front door entrance of the Bradford joint owners, doing business under the ment on property that It classified R1A

NoticesIN Paint Tower-County Rood Department dance with the 'aforedescrlbed Final County Courthouse at Starke Florida. firm name of DRAPERIES BY JOYCE and described below:

Legal Bradford County Road Dept. Judgement. Sold sale shall be held at Dated: July 1 1. 1986 Route 2, Box 1335 Starke, Florida 32091 1837 Rolford Road Parcel 2335-00601
the Main (East) Door of the Bradford Richard L. Cox Jr.
812 B. North Grand St. Intends to register said fictitious name In
Section 20, Township 6 South. Range
County Courthouse, in Starke Florida United States Marshal
Starke, FL 32091 under the aforesaid statute. 22 East In Northwest StarkeTh.
at 11.00: a.m., Eastern Standard Time, on Middle District of Florida
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Attn: Tower the 5th day of August, 1986. John E. Lowlor III Dated this 23rd day of June, A.D., Starke Board of Adjustment will

AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 904.9646280 EXt. 237 or 249 GILBERT S. BROWN Assistant United States Attorney 1986 in Bradford County, Florida. conduct a public hearing at their regular

CASE NO. 86214-CA CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy Attorney for Plaintiff, 71 174lpd 8/07 meeting held at 7:30 P.M., In the Council
Tower currently lighted Room of Starke City Hall Thompson
IN RE: The Marriage of : Faye Whitehead 7/1 0 4tchg 7/31
MICHAEL B. MORROW Husbandand Height: 245 feet Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Street Stark., Florida on Thursday, Ju-
Leg Diameter 2 3/8 Inches ly 31, 1986.
LINDA M. MORROW Wife Face Diameter: inches Attorney for Plaintiffs, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT AND FOR At this time, all persons will be heard

NOTICE OF ACTION 7/102tchg7/7 MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA concerning this application as specifiedIn

TO MICHAEL B. MORROW Remove loose point from tower ___\_ JACKSONVILLE DIVISION CASENO.:86186CAIN the zoning codes of the city of Stark.
: ______________. --0---- ..
Address Unknown Paint tower Court No. 86-147-Civ-J-12 RE: The Marriage of L.M. Gaines


whose last known address was Enselee Type or Eq., for galvanized surface EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Plaintiff Husband 7/17 Itchg

1315 North Nebraska FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA VS. and


All painting to take place after p.m. or RE: THE MARRIAGE OF and LINDA J. SHANNON NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for on weekends GLEN A. PIPPIN Defendants NOTICE OF ACTION; REGISTER

dissolution of marriage has been filed Secure all loose hardware and ground Husband NOTICE OF SALE CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: FICTITIOUS NAME
wirc. and Notice is hereby given that pursuantto
and you are required to serve a copy of NO PROPERTYTO
your written defenses, If any to It on Tighten and retention all guy cables with ROMILDA TUCKER PIPPIN a Final Judgment entered on May 30, : Mitchel Eugene Huddleston Pursuant to Section 663.09, Florida

Petitioner's attorney whose name and the use of In.Line.Dynamometer Wife., 1986 by the above entitled Court In the 223 Ottawa Avenue Statutes, notice It hereby given that the

address I. MYRON C. PREVATT JR.. P.O. Provide Copy of liability insurance NOTICE OF ACTIONTO above styled cause, the undersigned Louisville, Kentucky 40209 undersigned Hollls Mulllns. joint

Drawer 790. Keystone Heights, Florida Begin work within ten ((10)) days of being : GLEN A. PIPPIN: Address United States Marshal or any of his duly YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for owners, doing business under the firm

32656 Telephone: ((904)) 473.4993, on or notified by telephone successful con- Unknown authorized deputies will seil'the property dissolution of marriage and child name of Maryvllle Farms, P.O. Box 5701,

before 20 days from the date of first tract award YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has situate in Bradford County Florida custody has been filed against you and Gainesville, Florida 32602. Intends to I

publication of this notice, and file the Submit billing, at the time of completionBid been filed against you and you or. required 'de.crlb.d at: you are required to serve a copy of your register said fictitious name under the

original with the clerk of this court 4 1986 to serve a copy of your written A parcel of land containing 1.0 acres, written defenses, If any, to It on Eugene aforesaid statute.Dated .
opening: August at 10:00
: def..n.es.lfony. to JAMES R. FLYNN. ESQUIRE lying in the NW 1 14 of NW 1 1/4 of Section F. Shaw Wife's attorney whose addressIs
either before service on Petitioner's attorney a.m. this 16th day of July. A.D., 1986
Petitioners Attorney whose ad. 33 Township 6 South Range 22 East 925.E North Temple Avenue, Stork.,
thereafter otherwise Bradford Board of In Bradford
or Immediately Commission
; County County. '
West Bradford County, Florida, said parcel being Florida b.for.
dress Is 405 Georgia Street 32091 on or August 14.
a lodgment will be entered for the Meeting Room 7/17 4t 8/7
relief demanded In the Starke, Florida, 32091 on or before July more particularly described as 1986 and file the original with the clerkof I
petition. 733tchg717NOTICE 31 1986. and file the original with the 'Parcel Four ((4)) of plat attached hereto this court either before service on
WITNESS hand and seal of this
my Clerk of this Court either before serviceon and made a part hereof, Wife's attorney or Immediately
court on 18th of Jun., 1986
GILBERT S. BROWN OF INTENTIONTO Petitioner Attorney or Immediately at public outcry to the highest and best thereafter; otherwise a default will be !
REGISTER thereafter or a default will be entered bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: entered against you for the relief IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. '
FICTITIOUS NAME Ogalnst you for the relief demanded In o'clock Noon on August 12. 1986 at the demanded In the petition. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Beulah M.
: A. Deputy Moody Clerk Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida the complaint or petition front door entrance of the Bradford DATED on this 15 day of July 1986. IN AND FOR :

6/26 4tchg 7/17 Statutes, notice is hereby given that the WITNESS my hand and Seal of this County Courhouse at Starke, Florida. GILBERT S. BROWNAs BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

undersigned Glenn Grubbs, 2870 CreekSt. Court on July 3, 1986. Dated: July 1. 1986 Clerk of the CourtBY

.. Middleburg. FL 32068 sole owner GilBERT. BROWN Richard L. Cox Jr. : Beulah MoodyAs NOTICE OF FORFEITUREOF
CLERK OF THE COURT United States Mbrshal Clerk7174lchg87 UNCLAIMED MONEYS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE doing business under the firm name of Deputy
BRADFORD COUNTYBy Middle District of Florida
Advanced Electronics and Air
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Conditioning Service and Sales. 416 E. Beulah M. Moody Dorothea Beane
before: 91.86
CASE NO. B6-213-CA Call St.. Stark., FL 32091 Intends to Deputy Clerk Assistant United States Attorney
7/31 j Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Clerk of the Circuit Court Gilbert S.
register said fictitious name under the 7/10 4tchg tt'fL'.Y.fqr .
IN RE: The Marriage of ---I
Brown to Florida Statute
BONIFAY J. GRANT Husbandand aforesaid statute ----------.- -- -- __ __ __ 7/104tchg7/3J THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i,,
-- --- 116.21. shall declare the following
Dated this 30 day of June, A.D.. 1986In NOTICE OF AUCTION IN AND FOR
LOU E. GRANT Wife Bradford County. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NOTICE It hereby given that on Monday BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA moneys forfeited to Bradford County,

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 7/3 "'pd 7/24 MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA July 28 1986 at 10:00: o'clock A.M., CASE NO.: 86-69-CA Florida unless such moneys or. proper.
ly claimed on or before: 9-1-86
: ---- -- ------ AMOUNT
Address Unknown NOTICE OF Court No. 86-67.Civ-J-14 Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash Plaintiff, 86.01
of Arron
Estate Holley
SHERIFF'S SALE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA at 2600 Lloyd Rd. Jacksonville, Fla., one vs.
that I Plaintiff, lot of cloth for fiber consigned to GEORGE N. TRULL and RUBY First Federal Savings B Loan Associationof
whose lost known address was Notice Is hereby given I. Dolph syn Gainesville. A Corporation VS Bill E.
Route 1. Box 620 Reddish as sheriff, of Bradford County VS. Supth.n Marine, Cape Coral, Fla. to TROLL his wife: TRESSIE and Chambers 250.00
Arcadia FL 33821 Florida under and by virtue of Writ of GWEN GLENN f k/a GWEN E GRIFFIS. satisfy freight and storage charges, BALDREE, UNICREDIT CORPORATIONOF Chambers Joyce Carol
Execution towitExecution : MELTON J. GRIFFIS, .t al under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of FLORIDA: and FLEET FINANCE INC.. Eugene Oiler VS Merry

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for issued out of Circuit Court Defendants.NOTICE Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Defendants Bessent Paul 1100.00
Jean E. Milligan VS C. Nugent.Jr. ,
dissolution of marriage has been filed of Marion County Florida pursuant to a OF SALE Gator Frelghtways, Inc., Carrier NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE 10.00
and you are required to serve o copy of Final Judgement for David Benesh, and Notice is hereby given that pursuantto Pro. 01.777810 did 4/8/86 Notice is hereby given that pursuantto Estate of Thomas Gunter 403.50
A. defendant a Final Judgment entered on June 30 7/17 2tchg 7 '24NOTICE the final Judgment of Foreclosure
written defenses, if to it onPetitioner' against Nomimque Nguyen -
you any and Barker Ian-
In the amount of SI5,000 togetherwith 1986 by the above entitled Court In the entered In the Circuit Court of the Eighth Randolph Peggy
attorney whose name and ------ ------- ------
of collection above styled cause, the undersignedUnited Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford County ton VSL..t.r
address Is MYRON C. PREVATT. JR.. P.O. costs
and Lula Slade S.R.
Slade ,
Have seized and have in States Marshal or any of his duly OF INTENTIONTO Florida Civil Action Case No.:
Drawer 790 Keystone Heights Florida the described my personalproperty possession authorized deputies will sell the property REGISTER 86.69.CA on 14. July 1986 we will sell the Wallace and Myrtlce Slade Wallace O.F.
32656 Telephone: ((904)) 473-4993 on or following Slade Allen Slade
situate In Bradford County Florida FICTITIOUS NAME following described property lying and Allen and Eva Avery
before 20 days from the date of first to-wit:
and Eloise Slade Art and Shirley
described as: Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida being situate In Bradford County
publication of this notice, and file the
original with the clerk of this court 1984 Datsun 4-dr. I I.D. No. Lot :2. Parkwood Subdivision as per Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Florida to-wit: Barker Ramsey, W.C. Betty
JN1HUO1S8ET252577 plat tl'Oreof recorded in Plat Book 3. undersigned Hilda D. Johnson sole Commencing at the Intersection of the Barker 3.349.92
either before service on Petitioner's attorney Page 5, public records of Bradford Coun owner doing business under the firm North property line of Jackson Street Charley E. Johns Agency Inc. VS
or Immediately thereafter: otherwise Dodd a/b/o Dan Dodd Builders 10.00
Florida of 964.HAIR/BENDERS. 140 W. Call with the East property line of Cherry Dan
As the property of the above named ty name
judgment will be entered for the
relief a demanded In the defendant and that on Monday the 4th at public outcry to the highest and best St., Intends to register said fictitious Street and run North 1743' East along Nancy Maestre" VS Edward A.

petition day of August 1986 at 2:00: o'clock on bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: name under ihe aforesaid statute the East property line of Cherry Street Maestre 10.00
WITNESS hand and seal of this
Bank of Stark.
Court 18th my of June, 1986.GILBERTS.. sold day on the premises of the Bradford o'clock Noon on August 12, 1986 at the Dated this 14'h day of July, A.D. in 315 feet for a point of beginning thencerun Community State
on VS William Royal III 10.00
BROWN County Jail I will offer for sale and sell front door entrance of the Bradford Bradford County South 72 22' East 108.81 feet thence
to the highest bidder for cash In hand County Courthouse at Starke, Florida. 7/17 4tpd 8/7 run North 1747' East 60 feet thence run Delia Faye Hall VS
the above described property of said Dated: July 1. 1986. ____ _______ __n_ _. _______ North 7222' West 108.90 feet to the East Robert E. Hall Sr. 10.00
BV: Beulah M. MoodyAs defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex Richard L. Cox, Jr. The City of Lawtey Is soliciting proposals property line of Cherry Street thencerun Division of Administration State of

Deputy Clerk ecution. United States Marshal to administer, a Housing Grant South 1743' West 60 feet to the Florida Department of Transportationand

6/26 4thcg 7/17 Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Middle District. of Florida under the State of Florida Community point of beginning, said lot more particularly Bradford County VS Home Security

Bradford County Florida John E. Lawlor III Development Block Grant Housing Pro- described as follows: Beginning Corporation 6585.00

7/10 4tchg 7/31 Assistant United States Attorney gram recently awarded. Consultantsmust at the SW corner of SW1/4 of NE1/4 of Sears Roebuck & Company VS

F IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Attorney for Plaintiff have o minimum of three ((3)) years Section 28, Township 6 South Range 22 Mr. A Mrs. James TlfflS 1.00

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN 7/10 4tchg 7'31 Community Development Block Grant East thence run North 8952' East 10.47 Community State Bank of Stork.

AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF experience ,in administering, Housing feet thence run North 1747' East 36 VS Jesse J. Wolbert Jr. and
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BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA THE EIGHTH Programs. Interested firms must submita feet, thence run North 72*22' West Tarcella T. Wolbert 1000.00

CASE NO.: 86-175-CA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Statement of qualifications by 5'00 108.90 feet to the East property line of Yvonne Bossard VS Anthony R,

FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND AND FOR MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA p.m. on August 1 1986 to Mr Alphonso Cherry Street, thence run South 11"43' Bossard 10.00

LOAN ASSOCIATION. BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Anderson Town Clerk P.O. Drawer West along East property line of Cherry Gary Horac.kS Catherine Joann

Plaintiff CASE NO. 86.83.CA Court No. 86-306-Clv-J-U 'G". Lowtey Florida 32058. The City of Street 60 feet thence run South 7222' Horacek 10.00

vs. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Lawtey is an Equal Employment Opportunity East 33.88 feet to the land line, thencerun Total 12845.43
PAUL L. KING LOIS KING FLORIDA NA- MILLARD C. BROWN and APPLEAN M. Plaintiff Employer The City of Lowtey North 8952' East 68.29 feet to the The above moneys came Into the

TIONAL BANK WALTER E. KEARBEY BROWN his wife, VS. reserves the right to reject any and all point of beginning at the SW corner of hands of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In

JANET M. KEARBEY EDGAR H. DUKES Plaintiffs proposals SW1/4 of NE1/4 of Section 28, Township his official capacity prior to: September
DEBORAH DUKES. FLEET FINANCE INC., 7/17 Itchg 1 6 South, Rang. 22 East the said portionof 1. 1986. Persons having or claiming any

MICHAEL L. CONNER. CAMERON B. vsGARY W.- BREWER and DONNA L. CLARINDA Defendants BURCH et ol., _._---- ---- --- lot being in Block 14, Livingston, Truby Interest In the above funds, or any portions
HOXIE and UNITED STATES OF BREWER his wife, and FLORIDA NATIONAL and Company's Addition to Town of of them should file their written
NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONThe claims with the Clerk of the Circuit
AMERICA BANK OF STARKE Stark., Bradford County Florida. Also
Defendants. Defendants. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Suwannee River Water Management beginning at the SW corner of SW1/4 of Court. P.O. Drawer B. Stark., Florida
to a Final Judgment entered on June 25, District has received permit applications 32091 within the time specified above
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo NEI/4 of said Section 28, Township 6
1986 by the above entitled Court in the for surfacewoter management and shall make sufficient of
: WALTER E. KEARBEY and JANET M. NOTICEOF South Range 22 East and run South proof
KEARBEY Defendants Last Known Address above styled cause, the undersignedUnited systems as follows.Date : 8952' west 68.29 feet thence run South ownership of such moneys, and upon so
States Marshal or any of his duly shall be entitled to receive
PUBLIC SALE 72 22' East 71.71 feet thence run North doing any
authorized deputies will sell the received 7/8/1986
Route 4, Box 467 property : 0.08' West 21.88 feet to the point of part of the moneys so claimed. Unless
Thomson Georgia 30824 Notice is hereby given that pursuantto situate In Bradford County, Florida, Application 4.86.00063 beginning at the SW corner of SW1/4 of the claim Is filed within such time at

AND the Final Judgement of Foreclosueentered described as HORNE PROPERTIES. INC. NEI/4 of Section 28, Township 6 South, aforesaid all claims In reference
A parcel of land in the E 1 12 of NE 1,4 POST OFFICE BOX 1156
EDGAR H. DUKES and DEBORAH DUKES In the Circuit Court of the Eighth Range 22 East said portion of lot beingIn thereto ore forever barred.
of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section FL 33830
Defendants Last Known Address: Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County 28, BARTOW Block 1. Original Town of Starke, Dated this 11th day of July, 19SA.
Township 6 South, 22 the Individual permit application to con
Range East in
P.O. Box 340542 Florida. Civil Action No. 86 83 CA on Bradford County, Florida. Also beginning GILBERT S. BROWN
City of Starke, Bradford County, Florida struct operate a
5507 Taylor Road 7 July 1986. we will sell the following on approximately at the SW corner of SW1/4 of NEI/4 Clerk of the Circuit Court

Tampa. Florida 33694.0542 described property lying and being described said parcel as follows being more particularly 15.89 acres of system land In township 06 south of Section 28, Township 6 South Range Post Office Drawer IStork.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action situate In Bradford County Florida to- : 22 east section 32 Bradford 22 East and run North 8952' East 10.47 ., Florida 32091
Commence at on iron pipe located ct Range
to foreclose a mortgage on the wit: Florida. feet thence run South 1747' West 24 Published: 7/17/86
the SE corner of said E 1'2 and North County
following described property In Bradford 5.96 acres net lying In the NW1/4 of 00609 East along the Easterly run boundary Protect Description: WAL.MART SHOP feet thence run North 7222' West 3.22 7/17Itchg
County. Florida: NEI/4 of SW1/4 of Section 34, Township CENTER feet thence run North 008' West 21.88
thereof 27 74 feet to
East 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SE 6 South Range 22 East in Starke, Bradford with f..t to the point of beginning at the SWcorner
South County Florida said parcel being on Easterly prolongation of the of SW1/4 of NW1/4 of SE1/4 of
1/4. all In Section 23. Township 6 Northerly boundary of the right of Applications are on file for public Inspection
more particularly described as follows way district headquarters and Section 28 Township 6 South, Range 22
of Thomas Street thence South NOTICE
Range 22 East, excepting county gradedroad. Northwest of ;
Commence at the corner East In the City of Stork., Bradford
of the
and 8935'16' West along said Easterly pro. written comments concerning any J.D. MATHERLY has requested a TEMPORARY -
said NW1/4 of NEI/4 of SW1 4 run Florida.
16.96 fet applications' above may be filed, with the County USE PERMIT ((2S.S.1)) to the
has been and and longatlon to a concretemonument
filed against you you South 88 degrees. 55 minutes and 30 district, later than 8/18/1986. Thosepersons Said sale shall be at public sale to 'h.hlgh..t .
located the COMMISSIONERSto
each of are required to serve a copy boundary at intersection of .
you the Northerly
seconds East along bidder for cash and In accordance
who wish be advised to
to as be Issued
said with the on hit Parcel
of written defenses If to the Northerly boundary property
your any thereof 251 feet to point of beginning. with the afordescrlbed Final Judg
Complaint on John H. Haswell Plaintiff'sattorney thus Westerly boundary of the right of way of any proposed agency action and provided 5037-00100, Section 29 Township 7$.
From point beginning Sold sale shall be held at the Main
Old Road for the of an opportunity to request an administrative ment. Range 22E. off S.E. 21st.. East of Hampton.
whose address is P.O. Box Lawtey point beginning -
South 88 degrees Bradford Courthouse I
described continue hearing regarding an (East) Door of the County .
application Th. Bradford Board
23879.: Gainesville Florida 32602 on or From point of beginning thus County Zoning
55 minutes and 30 seconds East along must file a written request with In Starke, Florida at 11:00: a.m.,
will make recommendation Ihe
before July 2a. 19S6. and file the originalof said Northerly boundary, 398.57 feet: described continue South 89 :3516" West River Eastern Standard Time, on the 5th day of a to
your written defenses with the Clerkof thence South I degree, minutes and along said Northerly boundary, 75.0 feet the Suwannee ManagementDistrict 1986. Commltion alter their review on July 29,
Live Oak
3 Box 64 August
this Court befor..ervice Plaintiff' to an Iron pipe, thence North 021'29' Route .
on 30 seconds West 711.79 feet to theSoutherly later than 9/16/1986. GILBERT S. BROWN 1986.A
Florida 32060 no PUBLIC HEARING this
attorney or Immediately thereafter; boundary of said NW1/4 of West parallel with the Westerly boun- 1 7/17 CLERK Of THE CIRCUIT COURT on request
otherwise a default will be entered NEI/4 of SW1/4; thence North 89 dary of said E 1/2 100.0 feet to an Iron tchg BY Beulah Moody will be held on August 4, 1986 at 10:00

against you for the relief demanded in degrees, 08 minutes and 10 seconds pip., thence North 491S16" East Deputy Clerk A.M. In the Commissioners Room of the

the Complaint or Petition. West along said Southerly boundary parallel woes saN' "Norther'boundary: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. Florida.Bradford At County this time Courthouse all Starke.Interested

WITNESS my hand and seal of this 346.03 feet; thence North 3 degrees, 08 75.92 feet to on iron pipe on the REGISTER Attorney for Plaintiff persons
shall heard for
Court on the 20th day of June 1986. minutes and 20 seconds West 715 feetto aforesaid Westerly boundary of the rightof FICTITIOUS NAME 7/17 2tchg 7/24 or againstthe
GILBERT S. BROWN point of beginning LESS AND EXCEPT, way of Old Lawtey Road thence south request, at specified In the Zoning
Code of Bradford
Clerk of the Circuit Court thereof 01031 West along said Westerly boundary --- County.
being NOTICE
that portion : Florida
Pursuant to Section 865.09, 25.5.1. B.C.Z. CODE L.M. Gain.
By: Beuloh Moody 100.02 feel to the Point of BeginnIng made
to the grantees herein as p.r Statute, notice Is hereby given that the BETTY N. WARREN has applica July 11, 1986 Director, B.C.Z.C8.
Deputy that certain warranty deed as recordedin CLARENCE R. HUTCHESONand flan for SPECIAL EXCEPTION for HOME 7/17 1tchgPage
e/264tchg7/17 Book 163 page 346 Official Public at public outcry to the highest and best undersigned OCCUPATION Secretarial employment
2 Box
Florida. bidder for cash at the hour of 1200' : JOYCE B HUTCHESON Route ,
--- Records of Bradford County service to the Starke Board of Adjust-
Said sale shall be at public sale to the o clock Noon on August 12, 1986 at the 1333 Slarke Florida 32091: his wife, as



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Marcus Patray Ranked L Top Ten in RacquetballMarcus I

Patray, 10, and Sou other I :l.II.) I 11-10), 11-91! I in a tie breaker ol --
Junior racquetball players from consnl.ilmnsM.i t nationally in the 10 and under cliusion and :Mrs. Becky Seimer Dubolsky! Racquetball Association! trio I el' allover
finished second in the Marcus' stepfather, Van Dubolsk! the to
Boys 10 country play racquetball
iround the U.S. participated in the ul.u I in the
reus: competed rucIJIII'I -
and Under Singles division'He teaches science at SFCC Dubolsk, :Mr and :Mrs Dubolsk.v! were also
19H6 Junior National Championships | h.1I1( portion of 1m'idOl'K Sunshine I
defeated Orlando's
4'lNf Slate (i.imos this : Blent Thompson vice-president of the state racquetball tournament directors (for the AAKA
past 15-12.: 154. to Mill the -ih : :
rl i im-'li| association and is currently! Racquetball Championships
In the Boys 10 and Under Doubles x.i 1 kenil
Marcus teamed up with Andy Grossof :Marcua: ls: the son; Ol Mm t> i'ul.?_, president nl the American Amateur in Houston Tx last! :May

Apple Valley, Mn. to defeat the The Sunshine jjines is Florida's
Michigan Regional Champions 15 5, annual Olympic Style Athletic Event
15-1 to take 6th place in the nation where tlmni-.inds ol the state's best
Marcus lost in the first round of Boys athletes i-onipete in over different NOTICE
10 Singles but went on to defeat spin'Is.
!M.iroiis. r.mkoil.. in I the state tind

Starke All-Stars Lose OF


Second Tourney GameThe TAX INCREASEThe

Starke All-Stars: gave up Tour .I triple. 'l'orry: Honand Allen
unearned runs in the second inning Jenkinsilh smiles.
and lost 8 :3 to Gainesville West and
suffered their second loss which
dropped them from the Dixie Boys Fill I the ".'.'01111 \'ill' in a row. the
5 E:r Tournament in Middlehurg last I DI\IO Ho.\s All-SI.us lailod (to urn a
Wednesday night, July 9. H.IMHin\ the I del I"Il'1" I loiniiiiinenl School Board of Bradford
r 4UNSN Slal'k had .1 ihiinee lo lie the tame:
m I ho I deli inninnw: illi uinnorsonse-
Reggie Shefield pitched an excellent hit rand and tlnrd (but Lilted In peek up a County will soon consider a

game but again the team suffered
from poor defensive play measure to increase its propertytax
SATE Sheffield gave up three hits, struck
out eight and gave up three earned roach I'hailes Fiaiuis 1>,1\ s the
runs in his I first slat in the tounia local all stars don't( taco the i'onsis- levy by 6.192 percent.A .
J4ES memo tout uiahu ol piUliiii: in Staike
league I that I Lu gel' plowsuch as
(iamosxille. do 'I'li.il hints when
Marcus I'atruy Ollensively. the Staike all-starseie liesel I 'lo loin, n.imonl( play he
lia ( ( () I l VMu/) \\ led t h> I.ancr Wiggins who had sa\s
portion of the tax levy is required -

under state law i in order for

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BELTED SPECIAL the school board to receive

TI IKDIVIO, I Major Haseball: ) LeagueAll nn Waldo Hood
M.I I i' 'Touni.mu'ii( is set lor Fnlul $9,269,205.00 in state education
,1.1\ '\ 1 IK. at J K.istsido: Park in SI.1 ike's Dixie Major all stars .111 $ 95I'1
I;aunts u11( Shannon Kelly Chris Snow rhns 2 8
'I hiSI..nkc All Stars play the AllM.n.s HoilntJiuv, Larry: Green Kmor.v: 6 5'80B-13 grants. The required portion has increased -
fiiiin' Kystunt'I lloi hts .it 6It I'n-viitt III, David I Fischer, Kenneth
| in I'liil.n. I'lii' IIlIlIbl'hllllllotllun ('ill lion II, Jeremiah CiMuloid., ( "
loin n.iiiu'iil runs lhroufl Sund.iy Stephen Mol.eod. Hicluird! P.irnsh.llohi'rt r>l95! fbn( 14 33.95 by 17.755 percent and
1oit"I: I.Mli' \I'.nk l I is on IHth AM in ("OVMO, John Williams md! P205/75R-14 35.95 ,
< ;,.IIIH-.V ill<> IIl1'lIl'Ighl i i it gni.lI' uonth.Sunn Michael Wilkerson. ,
P215/75H! 14 36.95 represents approximately nine-

Boys 12th Annual P225-75H P215/758-15 14 36.95 38.95 tenths of the total proposed taxes.

P22575B 15 37.95

P35,75D-15 38.95

Softball Tourney Set WITH TRADE .
arw..ww..rrrwwwOIL WHITF WAI t S. TUBFl TSS The remainder of the taxes is pro-

'I 1 1111' |io\s; I 1.lhlIlIlIa\ St.lt SoilI' 1111'111 'I'hef'I liayspracerd.tr,1Igld\ CHG./LUBE/FILTER/
.ill 'I"mil n.iiiieiil I i.s set fur (his to N.itionals in Tilton ti.i lnl\' UI1SI OHS ft IH-M1 posed solely at the discretion of
\\eikend_ ,lul1)120' ) OIl KdxsardsKo.nl : :31-Augusl 1 ::1 minus, INC1UKIS UP 10 9 5
4 uis 0'111"0 OUWKR
Complex luuin Sldrkt' The Senior Buys 15-IH uill pl.i\ SIMI SllltR' DIINO $1 3 the school board.
Tin( \ loin'n.mieulM III|| start ill 9 host 1 Iwo nut nl three .i!-:..nns'lSatrlhlt 1 union on rounciclimCloniuilR
:.IJIIeti,1t)1i'lJy.; .! !' 111111 IIjC;'Igt.gi'pupr1ratluld'bnR : Beach to doleimino lusi' UPIRtS 7/31/86
lull |iln-,>-Otii' ShU'ktIMnaHIIIldlolll" ; t and-si-ionil pl.II'( The g.IIII1" s.ni| I .---------r r r rr-
Al III \I.f., I'eniliioko al 11(11)11. Saturdly. Moth loams uill g.. 2 FRONT DISCS or 2 REAR DRUMS
I'moull play S.ilellilc:; \ Beach.'I'he to nationals July :31 Aupisl 1 I mi.ulsdon .......... nni a' SI-OM .
In.st I .iiiil seeond ".n.team( uill pro- (; Alabama .n.P.,>r,..'BM r Drum.. ., HH4 Kuluri A $ ff/J ftMiusl fj 9 5 All concerned citizens are invitedto
eed l In n.ilion.ils( in < 'Ir! \land Tn The lourn.imenl is sponsoied' litho \ Hi*! It H, Mini 1 T "Hi
.11I1 -oil August! I ::1< Slake! Hoi'I'e.ilion' Ih.IIIIIII'II', Rmr.an tan ......... .?
'(1'1'1'1'1'I' ill I he no tuiii'u.imenl lorUK Tho haul \toik and I'll(loll put into J Iaalemt.hrh.NVIA EXPIIUS31186, a public hearing on the tax increase -
.h' llo\s It t .iixl( unilei since no this loin turnout i is headed li\. ('1..1'\I ---------------1
one else eiileied the sl.ili. toiiin.l- (;iudwillIndJerrt. Midiill;
MARION TIRE to be ,held on July 21 1986 ,

& Battery Co Inc

Stump l Family* Donatesto 709 S Walnut Street at 7:00: p.m. A DECISION on proposed -

Next to Wendy sl
Starko Florulci/ ( tax increase will be made at the

Dixie Hope Lodge 964-TIRE hearing.

ul Ihc .ilKi-i 1 (i.ilHMlls' I'ommoil.ili'iiis'l (lor out .nl town --
liil\li'l'''" lied 111101 ,il Ih' \\niil i.iniei' path nt. II'.n ( Inii|' In
II"II'IIIII| I oilM 111 tiaini'sMlliTJiM (;.lIIu' dlr to I'('ei\o liealniem' BUDGET SUMMARY NOTICE
lie I I'.i ,ili'lill I Id UK I.Hulls ol Mi findMis
T'leil ,I'' Slung|, ol SI.like lor
one ol the rooms in Hie 1.1'1 l 1 million 'I 11". I l.0 |pi'up'rl| I uliu'II u.l1- ,iledic.ili. on /Ki Idn.Juh relld (1111-1 hi 1111,1: ,' I'entployrs ,
(1..InrI Su"1 \\1111' U1'111ldnt ,
liuiilu Nil 'i u.e cI'dlO'alt'd to I Ilir (l'. 11'1I1Jl. I I .I I II' I Ihlw BRADFORD COUNTY ARE 13.8%
Ilieiniii', ol Ml ind Mis Snnglhy| l ;11'01 tI" 11111.hn1 ,I' III I O.I II, ruaIh
Ilion .1.111.101"1'. ,! Miss, l.illi.io Mump, ( 1".10111"1: 11?>'NMI 1111111 1t ,111 rn1u.Irunl '"- MORE THAN LAST YEARS TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES
Mrs 1\1.111"1"| 'I lioni.-.oii, ,,11I1 I MisKxelui I IIr 1n1I n.m I 'a'I""I' Suru. .11h1 .
: rinlliil: ol' SI.like ., "l'oIl11g III 1\1'h1 I Iy 'lI'h. ,,,, rnorosrn
... '01" Iii,' "I'I 001., (IIII.o"IIIn
1'1"I :-'I',1"1' |, s ildii.ilcil flll.OIHI OPLHAIirsKi(
to. hail' Ilii- ooiii I di-du,1ld to (Illeir LOCAL in I our r.?nGDISCMhllONARY !
|p,1tul., | l''nil .I'. Slump\ oar: a) 'I'lie I.IMIre. 011.upiiloot I n.m, ., I .819
lui"'mei I |iosio.iser, | in SI.like on loin .i< n's |i'. ,. ii new, Hi.
'll'l.ll\ I'li'i! ) (1.I I \\,'. Hie loiiuili I oliSluiiii Hum'isilv ol I Imo'' nmrstuvicEGAl'irAl:
| "Hi |1'.n' Ion' nl Mole |i. i led l :..I IMNI in-\\ i ,m. < i ,.. OIH I AY l
ili.inosrd in I''IH I I li,"' "iii IhhV"II' TOTAL G.105
A \ooni'i .mi i I |i.ilienl" is.ilie.nl\ ( AMI-Ir-li.I. Hi .1i1' 1111'
-.I.,} IIII; 'm (II lie |ni\.ilc loom' lh<< nunLlfnti'noUdr,11r( l .\ III'tiki dondlunl BUDGET
SHMIC| | II.IM kindly |io\uleil, lor. nl. peopl, Hie :Stamp| l.iimls, /
IlicmHie shi'iil'l' pioxoel> hrnvlu Ill 'lo. Revenuestcriiral General Special Revenue Debt. Service Capital Projects
'1 I oili'i/ v\ill "inoviile I Err a ie (..II'Y peopli' mill( !" ;I1.t Ilii' '-l.ili 2J. 00 446.350

Stale Sources 10.723.728 590.124 294.190 790.563

local Sources 1.240.195 332.026 20.000 5.000
TOTAL REVENUES 11.989.423 1368.500 314.190 795,563
Transfers In 150.619Nnnrevenuc

HBI'lrr: AI .EXIS; ( : liltI'N:I : ju. Sources 1 '84
Bond Balances. July 162.117 47.019 446.294 265.592
(I'It'II'I'' ( :'IK'nil .If1dgd| ; ) total nl VIIIIUS & Balances: 12.402.219 1.415.519 760.484 1 1.056.155 I

Expenditures, I
;111(1JUIINNI' !
Instruction 7.062.784' 526.812

I i H. nouns Pupil Personnel Services 471.656 3.137
JK. liistriir.lion.il Mcrii.i Services 326.794 300 "

Ins IIUI:11111I.11 & Gun h:1I111111

'\inioiincc llir 1'011ilill ion ( ii8&11O1)1)s Development Services 184.502 38.714
distinction.il Stall Trainlniiliiiairi ) 94.295

Green ) r./v. nl tiliic.ilinnGrncr.il : d' 420.195 .
: AdministrationSchool 195.182
: Administration 1.094.812 ;: '

Fnr.ihlies Acquisition Const 191.9JJ .,h ', 400.000
A .l'rolcssioiiil I ( :urpcu'a I iUIi flsciil Sri vices 168.427 .,

l'ngagillg] I in llic Food Servu.rs ," : 844.667. '
Central Servu.es: 145.138 -
( ;Jfiicml I I'ruclicf ol l.iu "
Pupil Transportation Services 732.32S
in SI ;ilr :1fl(I ['cdcrnl ( :'onrls Operainn) nl Plant 868.607 '
Maintenance ol Plant 345.568
li /rIIi/1's' Ciiminiinilv SIM vices
\\ ll ill.
;. Drill Servn.es 308.822
101 Al IXriNllllUIUS 12.30/.719 1,413,630 308.62 4110,0011
:2 I IS \\Vsl \\.isliiiiji4loii liansfris Out 2MV679:

SIai110,1(1, Ilinil llalanCe. June 30. '87 1 110.till(II 1.8891.415.'J 451.662 411 .47fi

!HH.5700) & IIAIANCIS: I2.402.2til! : < 9 760.484 t.056.155: : :




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This contest is designed to acquaint readers with merchants in Bradford County. ,. ", '


The object is to read the write-up and match the pictures located on a separate page to the write-up.

MATCH & WIN. See pictures on page 3A.

The first person, with all correct answers of the name of the store and picture and name of owner,

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or manager turned in to the Telegraph office, 135 W. Call St., after 8:30 Thursday will win $25. ,'

The second most correct entry wins 15. The third most correct entry wins 10. I

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There is a store in Starke about which '"
many 'J''
If carpet or tile is what you need, then you probably '/ ,
people have some serious doubts as to what
know these folks. This of .r .
couple runs one
the line
they carry in of merchandise. This store
the businesses of this in North
largest type
used to be known as Farmers Mutural Ex
Florida. They currently have the contract to sup- ,
change. They now are known as Gold Kist. Gold
the of Florida with all their
ply University carpetfor
Kist is a good sized company with several diver-
the next year. They came to Starke from
sified operations. Their Starke store specializes .
in feed, seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, householdand Keystone Heights, about 10 years ago. Their
first store in the old
was Stump's building on
garden products. The store is managed by
Call Street then their store.
John Smith. John and his wife reside in Starke ; they bought own
Since then have added warehouse
they on a
and his wife teaches at Bradford High School.
remodeled the and modernized the
They are active in the Methodist church. The building ,
showroom. The is a bass fisherman and
man ,
biggest thing about Gold Kist is that anyone can
both the number three number .
they support or
go out there and buy their quality products at a reasonable price. The horse
one softball team in the nation. (Number threeor
people all know Kim Griffis. She is well versed about products that are fed
one depends on who you are talking to.) They have one daughter who is
to and used by horses. Kim is active in barrel racing and travels the circuit
thirteen, and reside in their recently constructed home on Lake Geneva. I
winning many events with her own horses. If have need for
you a a '
This business is currently a Chamber Champ for the Chamber of Commerce
household or farm product, including hardware, fencing material, pumps,
and supports other activities throughout the community.
gates, rubber boots, jeans, horse tact, saddles, blankets, and of course all
types of feeds, you owe it to yourself to go to Gold Kist, located on U.S. 301N.
by the fairgrounds.
There's a ladles shop in Starke that keeps up II
This group of business people operate a family with the fashion world. This store is owned by a I
store. They started out in a store by the person who is into buying at the major retail \
railroad and the Starke Sewing factory. This markets in New York, Dallas and Atlanta to In- \

family operation started out as a mom, pop, four sure that his store offers the very latest styles. '
tall sons and one daughter business. As the This store is operated by a lady from Lake City ,
business grew, the father with a construction with a vast amount of experience in fashion in i
business turned the operation over to his sons. dustry. She has a knack for being able to coordinate -
The operation outgrew the old location, and a items for individuals to really accentuate
new store was constructed on US 301. The their personalities. She and her helpers have
operation was successful from the beginningand captured the hearts of Bradford, Clay and Union ,
quickly grew to over appox. 20 employees.One shoppers. Expansion of this shop has just :

son was chosen to manage a store in recently occurred. The building where they are n,. ?,. ..._, .. I
Keystone that had been purchased by the family. This store soon became located has been expanded to house a mens store, a sandwich shop and.a :
very successful and employed several people. A few years later the third another retail establishment. Can you guess who these fashion folks are?

store was located in Lake Butler with one son as its head. This family opera-
tion has continued to grow and serve the communities with lumber, hard-
There is an insurance in Starke with a
ware, paint, and other items. One of the persons who provide the glue that company
history of quality service to the sommunity. This
holds the family together is the picture you are hunting for.
company was started many years ago by a person

A hard working couple who was heavily involved in serving people
who operates a suc- through the political process. This individual rose
cessful camping facilityis through the ranks of commerce, beginning as a
the best way to railroad conductor and ended as serving in the
describe the owners of highest office the state offers. It has been said
this business. They this person did more for the northern part of
came to Starke several Florida than any other person in the past 30 years.

years ago from Miami. The insurance company is now operated by his
grandson. This young man has taken control of
The man was a suc-
cessful building contractor this aggressive company, installing a computer
before going into the system, to enable him to keep abreast of the changing insurance industry.He .
camping business. They offers competitive prices on auto, homeowners, and a full line of other
have taken a marginal insurance products. This individual is involved in community activities and
selected to head drive for the Chamber of
facility and turned it intoa was a membership Commerce
recently. He is married and has children. Can him?
campground that people from throughout the U.S. come back to year after you identify

year. Their game room, pool area is the congregation place for many of the
campers. The statement heard most often is that this business has a family
atmosphere. This couple also has a active community involvement in the This business is

Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club, plus their children are very much celebrating their 75th
Involved in sports activities. Last but not least they are currently involved in year in the retail .
bringing the biggest shopping store and center to Starke that we have ever business in Starke. The

had. This will require them to move their business, but not far from where it dry goods store was .
Is now located. Can you identify this couple? opened on Call St. in .
1911. Since that time the

When it comes to your same family has .
the store. The < ,
prescribed or off the operated -
shelf medication, here is father passed the store' !

a drug store that treats to the daughters, the
your medical problems daughters sold the store I
seriously. They have the to the founder's grand- /1
latest computerizedsystem daughter and her hus-
to insure that band in 1980. The current ,
your medical history is operators are progressive merchants active in many facets of the community. -
right in their hand when The man is an electrical engineer from Tennessee. They have recently
they fill your prescription. remodeled a home purchased on Hampton Lake, doing most of the work
This store is a well themselves. They are avid Gator fans and go to all the football games they
established facility, in can. Their children also play an active role in sports and school activities
fact there used to be a which involve parents a great deal. You might have guessed that this store
post office located in the has moved from Call St. to the Bradford Square Shopping Center. The quality
building. The people who of ladles, mens and childrens wear makes this department store a must '
operate the store are pro- for your everyday shopping. Their back to school shoe sale for the kids is a 1
fessionals. The druggistis highlight of the summer. Their mens department features Haggar pants and
a young man who Arrow shirts, with a good selection of suits and sportswear. Can you guess

knows his business. The only bad comment you will ever hear about this in- who is this young couple and their store?

dividual that this guy thinks he can sing. The singing druggist has a great
deal of help from his wife in many areas of the business. However, her cook-
ing habits have become a well known secret. She is often asked to cook and
We will run the photo with the write-up next week.
bake for weddings, parties, anniversaries and you name it. Both are busy individuals -
and heavily involved in community activities such as Chamber of

Commerce, downtown projects, Blue Ribbon committees and others. They
have a couple of children in school and are also heavily involved in their ac GOOD LUCK/
tivities. Can you tell us who these drug store owners are? d

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$35,000, from $190,000 in 85-86 to Mrs. Walker pointed out many between the two senior citizens Conservation Service recommendedthe Union Counties.Commissioner; .
Many specific requests are in the $225,000 in the proposed budget. A Reno residents lack transportationfor agencies are duplicated. county discontinue the$8,000 per recalled soil con-
new budget, Farnsworth told the small contingency fund is up. $19,878, the two mile trip across town to The City of Starke contributes year it has been paying for the soil servation members placing
commissioner. "You need to look at from $25,122 to$45,000. the guidance clinic, and there are $3,840 to the Concerned Citizens but survey. The commission pointed outit pressure on the board to participate
them hard," said CPA Farnsworth. Adding the Jan. 1 salary increase too. many for her to transport. charges the agency for electricity.Mrs. must honor its five year contract. in the cost of the soil survey. It
and a new employee are factors in The clinic has vans for its day care Walker said the only paid Joyner pointed out the soil survey should be a lesson for the board not
Time Schedule.., Increasing salaries in the depart- program and is applying for a grant employees of the Concerned Citizensare for Bradford County has turned intoa to jump so quickly into things,Commissioner -
By July 30 the commission must ment$7,500.Concerned. for vans to be used in its senior the groundskeepers.Included joint survey for Bradford And Mosley_said.
notify Property Appraiser. Jimmy citizens program, and is currently in the $72,115 request of

Alvarez millae levy.of the That's county's the only proposed current Commissioner Citiz Lawrence ns... Mosley who surveying needs for transportation.senior citizens The to clinic see Senior the Guidance Center and Clinic$5,000 is $4,200 for its for Com-its 1(::..0:::..;:;1i1:.;...i1i1i1i1mmi1i11i1i1i1i1i1i1i...........................;.......;....;..........1i......1i1i1i1i1i1i1i1j1.........;...0:.......;.;...i1i.......1iiiii...;.;....;....;.1i1i1i1i1i.'..'..'.........1.....mf..;..,.;....1m1i1;0:.;......,:.:...i.......1i......o fi.:;....1...;.1i1ii;...::;.;.1'..1.i:::1:
deadline the board faces. asked Mrs. Elizabeth Walker if has applied for a grant through the munity Care for the Elderly (CCE), : : 1(:::::"
The first public hearing, by which there is a possibility of combiningthe state Department of Transportationfor which is the homebound program. VACATION
time the board must decide on a ten- senior citizen activities in the two 14-passenger vans, and BIBLE SCHOOL 111 rff 1
tative budget, must be held by Sept. former RJE school complex in the would transport citizens from Soil Survey Costs... ::::;: ::;:::
15. The second public hearing and Reno area and the B-U Guidance anywhere in Starke to the senior Royce Joyner of the Bradford Soil f }ti Bethel Church
final adoption of the budget would Clinic on the corner of Grand and citizens program at the guidance m111 Baptist }
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follow clinic. The City of Starke is being : :
not more than 10 days after Georgia Streets behind the cour- THI IIUPIRICIUI" :::::: '''
the first hearing, according to the thouse. asked to provide $7,200 in matching 'TIU8RAPH :::::::;::: July 21 thru 25II :: >:
state's truth in millage law as explained The Concerned Citizens were fund- funds for the $32,000 grant request.
I by CPA Farnworth. ed $8,000 last year and are asking The Concerned Citizens maintainthe Published every Thursdayat !, ,....
Road Fund Up... $15,000 for 86-87. Mrs. Walker cites RJE building which houses the 135 W. CaD Street :#::::::::: 7 P m to 9 m ::'::.o:;:
I Deputy Clerk Ester Ellerson increased insurance costs on the RJE building Bradford-Union Child DevelopmentCenter Starke, Florida 32091 :::: :::: ::::::
which have gone out of sight, she and the Head Start Program.The :::::::: I.: ::1
the Transportation
J, Trust Fund,county's commonly known the sap'Is there a cooperation problem?" maintains Child Development the RJE Center cafeteria.also Second Starke Class postage FloridaSubscription paid at 1>II.: 11. Classes for All Ages ..: f:
the road fund, by $98,946, to cover ::::: :: :
Basically, the Concerned Citizens ::::: ':::::
expenses Clerk in excess Brown of the out 85-88 to asked positive CPA nod Farnsworth from Mrs. Walker, and got a provides liability insurance and Rates I .1::1:1:111::; I Including Adults ;1:1::ti 111:
budget, pointed
"Maybe that can be ironed out," minor repair of the RJE facility. In-trade area $12.00 per year
the commissioners.This suggested Commissioner Maxie The CC also maintain the RJE $7.00 six months I m
which the
is the fund from
county is paving a road a year. Biggest Carter, Jr. The board will have to gym for community meetings and Outside area $13 per year :::::;:;::: Rd 230A. Starke :::::;:::::
i o New increase Construction is in the of line Roads item, up of Walker see Dr. Bill replied.Lennon about that, Mrs. various Commissioners organizations.wonder if services $6.50 six months ;;\]11111 11111 1111111II111m111111Illi j-s-jv 111i111111111 v+1mm11 V mmmu;-.mm111111111 i1i11111i1i111 m1 1 rnf;

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I Ii i There's a man In Starke who has been taking Tell the merchants that you saw
i care of customer car needs for many years. This
Individual has been very active In the Bradford their the
In .
County community. At one time he was the mayorof picture newspaper.There
Starke. He was a well known fixture on the corner -
of US 301 and 100 until a couple of years ago, ?., .. ; Is no secret who
when he moved to US 301 N. by the courthouse.The Starke's largest quality
sad thing about moving north on 301 was the jeweler is. This well ''
fact that he quit riding his bicycle to do his bank known family has been ;" ...'..."
ing and the post office. The service that you get in business over 35 t ;.
when you take your car to this individual is the years. They have all con
best there Is. They still believe In checking under tributed to the successof
the hood, doing the windshield and taking care of customers. This In- their business. If you
dividual also offers heavy-duty wrecker service. They can take care of most haven't recognized this
anything, most anytime and any place. This individual has one other well known jewlery store
trademark, and that is he dresses cool for hot days, in shorts. Can you by now, here is a big .
recognize this place of business? If not, go by and see what the definitionof clue. This professional
service is, when it comes to car care. team offers custom
designing, master gem
There is a young man stone setting, as well as
In Starke you really need all fine jewelry repair, watch & clock repair, engraving, ear piercing (which is
when you break out win- done on premises) & class rings. They have a very large selection of fine
dows and doors. Alan jewelry for your viewing at both locations, Downtown Call St. & Bradford
Martin from Lake Area Squre. Can you recognize the professionals who deal In diamonds and
Glass really knows his other fine jewelry.

business. He has been -- .- __ .-
installing glass on a professional Boat building engine
basis for repair fiberglass work Is
many .__.. ._. .. .. ,I
yearsHis busl.ness.-Is. ... _. ... ,, --?-. > -- --_ what this man and wife
located by Roster's team Is involved in. They
Nursery at 320 S. WalnutSt. have a boat-building fac-
Paul I also is the per- tory which builds some
son to call when you want to take advantage of cooling your house down of the best fishing boatsin
during the hot summer months. He can install those double panes and real- the southeast. In fact, I
ly cut down on your cooling bill. If you are considering construction of a these boats are sold
new house why not consult with Alan? He can advise you on energy-saving throughout the
techniques that will be important to you over the life of your home. If van southeast. The demandfor
dals throw rocks through your big panel business window, Alan Is the only the boats exceedsthe
one you will ever need. He will be there as quickly as possible to help you capacity of the factory to build. The boat-building business is under the
out. When It comes to glass, come to Lake Area Glass and Alan Martin. Can management of one son, Junior. The engine repair business covers all
you Identify him? types of outboard and inboard motors. The only trouble the engine repair
-- people have under the direction of David is there isn't enough hours in the
There Is only one In- day to catch up. Part of this complicated business Is fiberglass construction -
dependent telephone installation of dogboxes and anything that needs fiberglass on it, in addition to
company In rebuilding boats and installing motors. This part of the business has the
this area. These people other son, Victor, working in it. The retail sales store is where you can get a
install and sell new Mercury engine put on one of their Stumpknockers or GriffCrafts, Is
telephones, sound and :': operated by Vic's wife, Brenda. Can you identify this hard working man and
security systems for wife team?
homes office and
business. They are also Professional service when you need It the mostis
your telephone repair what you get from the staff of DeWitt C. Jones
company. This is a family Funeral Home. Serving the Bradford, Union and
business operated bya Clay counties with offices in Starke and Keystone.
man-wife team. The Benton Futch and Steve Futch provide professional i
service they provide advice that you need in times of grief. Steveis
after installing your phone system is excellent. When you are down, they the person you will talk to in Starke. He and his
are on the job night or day. Electronics always has been a part of this young wife, Cindy, are very active in civic and community h I I
mans life, he started working on radios for the National Guard and was instrumental functions of the area. Their approach to doing
In assisting the Baptist church in getting their radio station up business is based 'personalized service to the I
and going several years ago. This young company has installed many families In their time of need. They have a traditionto
systems, which Include switchboards, and other sophisticated equipmentin keep based on principles set forth by DeWitt C.
many locations around the area. They also specialize in home phones or Jones when he established the business... years
if you need a security system to protect. your business or home, call ago and that was to take care of the families. The Jones Funeral Home also \
964-4980 today. handles monuments and hospital equipment. They also provide a non-

Dedication Is the only emergency medical transportation service. __ i
word that describes the I
owners of a local When you need Insurance -
restaurant. They bought you should con-

the restaurant and motel ,'.. .' .: ,. .,- a tact the Ron Denmark In-
operation In 1984. Their surance Agency locatedat .
business is located in 2117 N, Temple (US .

Starke. He is from Hungn ( ., ,. 301 N) or call 9647071.
China and she. Is .from' | <.*.:'if-:; l' ''I-,'.."' Ron and his wife Jo Ann
Tainan, Taiwan. This .,, :f",:v';;' ', can answer your questions -
hard working couple about your i 1\
operate this business : automobile Insuranceand I

seven days a week, probably can save ,
featuring the finest In you some money. Home 0- .
Mandarin & Szechuan owners Insurance Is' I

Cuisine. He is the chef and she takes care of the customers. The at- another area they are
mosphere is very friendly and customers really like the .food and service. very knowledgeable about, includin mobile home coverage. Of course they
You are able to enjoy a orlentlal atmosphere right here in Starke. Allow are a full service agency and offer very good business and life coverage. I
yourself plenty of time to enjoy your meal and the atmosphere. Cost of the Ron is no stranger to insurance, he worked for Farm Bureau for several I
food Is very reasonable... you and your family will enjoy a great meal for less years prior to opening his own office. They bought and remodeled the I
than some of the fast food operations. Lunch is served from 11 till 2:30: and building they now occupy. The Denmarks also own those Mini Storage
dinner is from 5-9:30: and you can call for reservations and take out. We are buildings hat are nicely painted and have paved parking areas that are
proud to Introduce this couple as part of our Mystery Merchant contest. directly behind the Insurance office. Can you recognize Ron and Jo Ann.'a .


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,July 17, IHWtKSri'tlim Union County Times Lake Region Monitor

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< WhatDoYouThink. .. ? '

Area drivers have a variety of opinions on Florida's new mandatory seat belt law

By Mark KrledUnCT According to an informal survey "They can stuff it," ArtherZahlmann's law officers to issue
Staff Writer was are required which states the number of front but no changes were made in the age
conducted by the AAA in 10 cities
comment. Zahlmann, a tickets for violations. seat of truck requirement. For children between
Most area residents polled J by the passengers a pick-up
around the state
an average 51.8 former police officer, who now livesin required to wear belt shall not four and five of
Bradford County Telegraph agree safety years age, a
percent of the motorists There is fine
Starke a not
compliedwith he thinks seatbeltsare buckling
with the purpose of the new slate says exceed the number of safety belts in- separate car seat or seat belt may be
the law. A similar The
new survey a good idea but "doesn't want up. operator of the auto is
stalled in the front seatr the gcad
seatbelt law which went into effect by
in April, before publicity on the new some rich politician in Tallahassee" responsible for himself and can be
manufacturer. In other words
this month, but are divided over the law began hitting the media, revealed telling him he must buckle up. "I individually fined. A passenger over are all the belts that, you Previously, only Florida
question of the necessity of the new that only 28,9 percent of motoristswere think it's great idea for people to 16 is responsible for himself and can manufactured using the vehicle were then registered cars were covered under
law.An also be fined. In addition, enforce- on the child restraint law but that has
Informal poll conducted by the ment of this law by law officers can an ticketed additional for passenger cannot be been changed.The .
American Autmobile AssociationAAA non-use.
A be added on as a secondary action new law covers any passengercar
( ) released showed
Wednesday V'V when the driver of a motor vehicle van or truck operated on the
about 50 percent of motorists in the has been detained The law amended the child
: for a suspected streets and highways of the state,
state started buckling up Tuesday : violation of existing traffic laws. restraint statue to requires that not just Florida registered vehicles.
with the other 50 percent apparently every operator protect children
Changes in the child restraint law go
deciding to take their chances in Thpre is an amendment to the law under six years of nee when driving into effect in October
more ways than one.
Statistics annually show a higher
degree of serious injuries and deaths
from automobile accidents to
drivers and passengers who do not
wear their belts, and now Florida Terwillegar Motors
Highway patrolmen will issuing
written warnings on noticing drivers
without their belts during traffic il t 1

stops law officers for other will reasons.begin In January ticketing, Big Sale on I

drivers who don't comply with the
new law and will be able to pull them f
over for the sole pupose of issuing a Trucks. .n
seatbelt infraction ticket.
"We will be enforcing the new law
in this county and doing our best to
see that people obey it," commenteda
spokesman for the State Highway You Can't Buy at a Better
Patrol office in Starke. "We think it
is a law that people will get used to in

time and will more than make up for ... .... ,
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any inconvience in the lives it will Price in Florida
save as a result." Who, Me... Anywhere
The only drivers who don't have to
worry about the new laws are people Starke resident Arthur Z.ihlmami says he thinks the intent behind
who have older cars without belts in- Florida's new seat belt la"8ls good, but also calls the new laws "an intrusion L -V----
stalled as original equipment. Autos on personal rights."
manufactured before 1968 and Zahlmann and other urea 1'e"ldenb'olced their opinions of the new law
trucks built before 1972 will not be and had a variety of opinions on its usefulness.

the subject of the law officer's quest.
The new law requires all front seat buckling up during driving. buckle up but I also think this law is
motorists to buckle up. Those aged State officials say that for each ten one of the biggest intrusions of
five and under will still have to be percentage points of compliancewith privacy I've ever seen. Those politi-
buckled up in approved child safetycar the law in this state means that cians are all just in a race with each
seats. nearly 100 lives will be saved more other to see how tough they can
Until the end of the year, police than 1,000 spinal injuries will be sound for the folks back home while 1 1
and state troopers will only issue prevented and more than $2 million they take our rights away one by
warnings to motorists who do not in personal injury insurance claims one. What's next?" 1
buckle their belts. They can hand out won't have to be filed.
$20 fines to both drivers and But it looks as if the only way for /
passengers after that time. AAA pollsters standing at street people to evade the new law is to
Ronnie Jones of Starke and his corners at busy intersections around take their chances or buy an older &
wife Cheryl said they would be the the state visually checked cars on car. 1
the first day the new law went into I IT Ir It
"last in line" to buckle
law. up despitethe effect and were able to register over Cars made before 1968 were made re
10,000 cars in their survey. They without them and are exempt from
"I just never have used them and I could see only if drivers were wear the new law. Trucks didn't come
don't plan on starting it now," said ing their shoulder harnesses, not with them installed as regular equip-
Ronnie, 34 "They come undone and their lap belts, and sponsors of the ment until 1972.
they get in the way all the time. I survey say their margin for error is Eve though it is not mandatory to t !
know they are probably a good idea from three five
to percent in either have them on the older cars, most 1 y
but it's just too much bother to put direction. /f'
experts it would be ad-
say strongly
them time in the
, on every you get Surveyors found that among major visable for drivers of older cars, 1
car. cities,Jacksonville, notorious for especially the elderly, to install
"I would put them on sometimes, rude and dangerous drivers, with a them anyway, as the statistics show
for long trips, but I usually forget,' fatality rate this year that has how many lives they do save

Cheryl, 31, commented. "It's just already soared past last year's, not In states already mandating
not something I'm in the habit of do- suprisingly ranked last in average seatbelt laws, deaths resulting from :
ing. Maty I'd better start getting in compliance with the new law among highway accidents dropped from 11
the habit." cities surveyed at 39.6 percent. percent (in Michigan) up to 26 per-

James Wilson of Bradford County Tallahassee came in highest witha cent (in Texas).
said he has always been scared of 65 percent total. Under the terms of the new law. _
getting trapped in his car in the "It's just a smart idea for all front seat occupants, regardless _
event of an accident fear expressed everybody," said John Clarke of of age must wear their belts If a _
by approximately 20 percent of Starke who was in a serious wreck in medical condition requires makes it _
the drivers interviewed for this 1976. "Most people just don't have impossible to comply, and a liscensed _
story. any idea what can happen to them in physician certifies that a seat belt
"I'll buckle that thing up if I see a even a minor collision I guesss you should not be worn, you can be ex
cop coming down the street but I tell have to have seen a bad wreck or empt from the new law. I
you what, I'm also going to start car- have been in one to have that ex- Others exempt from the new law
rying a knife with me to cut the thing perience. Everyone I have ever include: srhool buses, a bus used in
off if I get in a crash," Wilson said. known who has been in a wreck transportation of persons for com-
"I have never seen anyone trappedin wears them now, I can tell you that. pensation, a farm tractor or instru-
a car but I have heard about it You just have to make yourself get ment of husbandry, trucks of net F-150
happening plenty of times." into the habit and after a while, it's weight of more than 5,000 pounds Ranger ((4x4))

This viewpoint is common despite automatic." (pickup trucks and vans are less
numerous studies showing that But while most motorists than 5,000 pounds are are not ex- 2.3 EFI, 5 Speed, Tu-Tone Paint, A/C

drivers are statistically more likelyto surveyed say they agree with the In- empt), motorcycles, mopeds, AC Stereo Cass. Tilt Cruise
be seriously injured in a car accident tent of the new law, many disliked bicycles and newspaper carriers. ,
if the belts are unbuckled. being ordered to put their belts on. After the warning period is over

released Ironically preliminary, the federal findings government Mon $1 0,29500 VE r $9,99500F150

day which indicated that rear seat
passengers may be better off SHOWIn
without their belts in some types of

collisions. Officials say this data is ((4x4)) F-150 Supercabs
incomplete,with more studies due in Middleburg !
the future. But for drivers and Tu-Tone Paint A/C Headliner
in the front seat, there ,
passengers THE YEAR'S BEST DEALS F-250 Supercabs
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For many people, the first day of HYDRA-SPORTS PRO CRAFT
the new law was a first for them as ''- .

well."Well, to tell you the truth, this is STOTTCRAFT BAJA fiW6\wfiiPlf:, '\: ;' ; f lN'JdN' :,$"c;1' ::j\r rH MEI.!: A'V.En! :

the first day I've ever worn a seat .-
belt but I'm starting now," said
Mary Ostermann of Keystone
Heights. "I never used to take the FORD
time to put it on but I'm trying to get
into the habit after reading about the
change In the law. It's hard to VALUE DAY FINANCING
remember sometimes when your'rein
a hurry but I think I will stick with rJ. MOUTB
it" 6.90/0 7.90/0 9.90/0
On the other hand, some people V't
won't have to make much of an ad-
justment at all. QO 36 months 48 months 60 monthsOR
"I've been wearing them for years Starting t As Low As . . w U a month
300 to 600 IN CASH!!
I've seen too many people hurt or NOW AVAILABLEOn
killed in otherwise minor accidentsthat
could have been avoided,"commented the Lot Financing _

Susan Leiffer, also of
Keystpne Heights. "I make Ask about Our 10% Down/10 Yr. Financing TERWILLEGAR
eeryonevho rides with me wear
them at all times, even if the the tripis EVERYTHING FOR THE FISHING/BOATING ENTHUSIAST
s short one I had a friend seriously -
hurt once in an accident not more
than four or five blocks from her 3070 Blandlng Blvd.
house I think people who don't wear ((1 Mile South of Hwy 218))
them are idiots." Middleburg MOTORS
Carnell Clark of Starke agreed. 2823115or
"I just love this new law," she (V
1I,1IdI: \' fl'il'nds'ol'r about me
all the time if I forget to put it on. I 282-3116 206 W. Madison Street Starke 964.7200Bradford
try' to make my children always
wear theirs a* ""II.:'


II"1':( 'i'ION July 17, I'WII! ,


July 8 Final Rulings in Bradford Traffic Court


The following defendants appeared by July 11 or pay 10075. pay $10 costs.Kenneth leaving scene of accident; placed on Jack 1<". Gunter pled guilty no tag;
before Judge George H. Shiela C. Crawford charged with Greg Morgan pled guilty 60 days court probation all costs ordered to pay $41.50 costs
Pierce in Bradford violation of driver's
Traffic license
County restric- fined
improper tag 10075.
suspended. Gunter pfed guilty DWLS; produced -
Court 8, for final tion' produced valid license.
4P disposition. ; Morgan pled guilty careless driving Austin license
William K. pled guilty NVDL; 60 day valid I ordered to pay
led not
dismiss guilty ; fined $41.50.Morgan court probation, 500 word $49.50. I
Raymond White no tag; case essay.
pled guilty viola- pled guilty DWLS Austin pled careless driv- Kellie Renaud
; guilty N| pled guilty
tion of restrictions ordered Day pled no contest DWLS fined
to ;
; pay sentenced to 30 days in jail.
$105,75.Charlie. ing; 60 days court probation. NVDL; placed on court probation
$49.50 court cost.
Michael J, Paris pled no contest Gregory L. Pittman pled guilty six months! violate no laws write
Foster III
Adam K. Rosier pled
pled guilty
guilty no driving while intoxicated (DWI
); violation of restrictions: ; 30 days 500 work on why I should not
valid careless driving l lined 4150. essay
J driver license (NVDL); fined ; lined $362, license suspended six
probation. have been Driving this vehicle
$100.75. Foster pled guilty DWLS; produced months 50 hours
community work,
Rosier pled guilty failed to report valid license, ordered to pay Salvation Army supervision, attend Pittman pled guilty unlawful Judy A. Bradley pled guilty DWI;
accident; ordered to pay $49.50. $49.50. DWI school speed; fined $41.50. fined $362: license suspended six
Julius E. Twine pled Ricky L. Gainey pled improper Katherine Simmons pled guilty months, Salvation Army supervision -
guilty no tag; guilty Kevin J. Randolph pled guilty Im-
improper tag; ordered to pay 50 hours community work at-
ordered to pay $15 costs. license: produced proper tag; ordered to pay $10 costs $100.75.
tend DWI .sxhool.!
Twine pled guilty driving while valid license case dismissed. Michael D. Warren
pled no contest
license suspended (DWLS); must George W. Johns pled guilty no DWLS; dismissed. Robert. Glen Barnes pled no con- Bradley pled' guilty careless! driv-
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Area Talent... .

Starke resident and Florida National -
Bank employee Virginia The "something extra" is
Crawford made a fine show ing at the
:Miss! "Florida Hemisphere Pageant.


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represented Bradford County in the PONS I INIAIII aW M NMNNMWMMyN.. -......NE/MI
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Hemisphere Pageant in Orlando, I.. J
Florida in June 27.29th,1986.
Over thirty counties were OVER __ : r ;r

represented.Virginia is the daughter of Neil DOUBLE FERNANOINA.COUPONS ST. AUGUSTINE GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE STARKE. LIVE, w"c.:: ?r'IS': :r'INO"Iwn'i: :'o'waxw'w": 1"'TlO'OUL". ::::::: -,. _'.""om @@@ @@@ _74,1 IWNI i I I
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Photogenic. Virginia was also
awarded the Miss Florida
Hemisphere Talent Award and was
voted First Runner-Up\ in the beauty
division (which consisted of inter-
view, swimsuit and evening gown.)
Hemisphere is the highest rated
and the largest single pageant in the T1IOqunvraN.wr
world today, awarding more prizes II'r1 '
and opportunities than any other A ,
organization of its kind. ILp ? IWya
Hemisphere's Creed portrays how
wonderful the world can be without
having bars on race color creed or
would like to thank her
sponsor, Mr. Frederick G. Mueller
of Purple Gator, her friends, family
Florida National Bank of Starke and
most the Lord.
importantly, .
Miss Crawford states, "Before I
commit myself to a pageant I
always pray about it to make certain B>
that it is what the Lord wants me to
do. The pageants can be extremely [nmair 'z-.Y
tiring; they can be very tense but I L
always leave everything up to the I i 'G
Lord, knowing that things always Dtwm6n
work for the best and for the glory of
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In GainesvilleFinal 6,99cCYN'ROiluiiUNCN
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, Hawkins Campaign rolls into Starke

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IIY :M.iikKtiiMlImlt at the head of a motorcade of on his campaign travels
<"I' '. Writer assistants. "I still have high hopes for the bill, -
Larry Hawkins, candidate for Hawkins, a four-term state which has been supported by all the ._ A
Stale Commissioner of Education, representative, first gained i really good coaches in the state and
rolled into SUu. .ke last week on a unique statewide attention by sponsoringthe / some notable college coaches from .r ' campaign swing through the controversial "No-pass No- nut of state as! well," I Hawkins said. r BiB,1w'===..:;:;:tiif1J'J' ; r,,_ ; ',' 'I .
area which I is just a small part of a Play" bill in the state legislature "We have focused tyro much on the 20 "'H ,. .. &'i,1.\ .' I'
1,150 mile journey' across the state which would ban high school percent or so ol the Mate's kids who \ : '1!',
i I on a wheelchair athletes from participation in sports go to college and not enough on the .... .......,)o- ,
j The year-old candidate, wounded after failing one subject in school. other 110 percent who don't. We are ;
I severely in Vietnam in a firelight The hill died in committee in thisyear's creating a kind of new underclass. of .
which paralyzed his legs, has session but gained some people in this state without too much ;'r.
already logged over 400 miles of his powerful proponents in the process hone\ I'or the future and it's contributing
\trip pushing wheelchair by hand and is being/ kt'ptllhve by Hawkins to our tremendous pr" r
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"New' Wave" to splash in on Fri., July 18th Itl" ). burry 'Hawkins rolls down US :!OI into Starke on his 1,000) mile plus campaign tour of the tate. Hawkins! is I

running in a crowded field for the State Commissioner of Education position.
Rose Smith Cheryl Moore Robin Little

blems with crime." idea of merit pay lor teachers but been a member of the Transportation -
will be joining Hawkins hopes his tour of the says his would be a modified plan Committee, the Governmental
state, which began at the Florida- because of the negative connotationsthe Relations Committee, the committee -
Alabama border near the city of plan has raised in the minds of on Retirement,Personel and Col-
Green Diane Snow
Calvin Kirkland>
Betty Pensacola, will end at his hometownin many voters. lective Bargaining and the
Perrme by Sept. 1st the day Hawkins has served for four yearson judiciary committee.
and Connie PayneHannonin before the election which he refers to the Higher Education Committee
as! "the night before the victory party mt he Florida House of Represen- A star athlete in high school he
the South 301 Plaza Starke ". tatives and is currently serving on played varsity football while at
new the Education K-12 Committee He is Eastern Michigan University wherehe
Hawkins hopes the trip will give chairman of the Subcommittee on made the Dean's List and
Norman's Market
from )
(across him a good, personal look( at the Vocational, Technical and Adult graduated with a B.S. degree in 1965.
state at its people and give him a Education. He is also a member of Rep Hawkins returned to Wayne
With 7 stylists to serve you higher name recognition in a crowded the newly formed Legislative Task State University Law School per-
field of five Democrats and two Force on Pre School Education.For manently confined to a wheelchair
no appointment necessary Republicans seeking the state's the past four he after Vietnam to be the first to
highest ,position in education years has graduate with a Juris Doctorate in
the Rest Come the esf'C.J.'S served as Chairman of the Veterans
"After Truing; to Affairs Committee which overseesall 1971
To help finance improvements in legislation to Florida's
Cutt 'W Loose the schools, Hawkins supports the veterans and all handicapped con- Rep. Hawkins has served as an instructor -
idea of a state lottery and favors doing cerns as well. in Business Law at Miami
away with the slate sales tax exemptions Dade Community College and has
964-4090 except for those essential He is a member of the House been a guest lecturer at both Florida
1252 S. Walnut (South 301 Plaza) Starke items like food or medicine. Agricultural Committee and the International and Florida Atlantic
Hawkins also says he supports the Ritlact rnrnmittan In tho na"t hp has Universities.

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!softball team sponsored by Whitehead each had 3; and Lester stepped to the plate and smashedone over the plate in the bottom of the se- ,.AI .._""....,...' ...:T..'.... ..''''' <='.'i''','' "'-.......m..li.iaxL.,.ark?,.,WIN ....,.-.......-,-.-4"-."
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Surgery Center has qualified to go to LBH is blessed with a variety of Barnett and Osborn in ahead of himon Kish caught a fly ball at left center -
the state tournament for Class C good hitters and their depth has real- the first homerun of the day. and third baseman Pritchett and pit- fl
softball teams after finishing first in ly been an asset in both city league LBII had batted all the way round cher Dillow both caught line drives
city league play and third in the sub- and tournament play. once with only one out and had for the second and third outs.The se
district tournament held this past scored 10 runs in the first inning, cond inning ended with a score of Magnolia HotelI
weekend in Lake City. LBH 18 Harris 8 which is as much as any team could 131. I
The LUll team was 12-0 in city possibly ask. Dillow flew out to left Harris poured on a strong defense
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league play to take the first! place LBH opened tourney play with a center and Esford hit a ground ball and managed to hold LBII to one run across
trophy and 3-2 in sub-district play to victory over Harris Funeral Home to the third baseman and was pickedoff in the third inning, a homer over the
qualify for state. of Live Oak after a big first inningset on first to end the inning. left field fence by Clark to bring the
LUll won their first game by a the pace for a big win with a final LBH took the field ready to play score to 141. Rooms for Rent
margin of 10 with a score of 18-8 over score of 18 8. defense and managed to shut down In Class C, teams are only allowed
Harris Funeral Home They lost to Dillow led off batting against Harris Harris' offense completely as two three over-the-fence homeruns. Any I
Kt-rnando's TV 21-7 when the bats with a walk. Esford!singled l to left singles netted! them nothing. Dillow others are counted as outs. Nightly Weekly Monthly [
died on them suddenly, but center and Timmy Whitehead (ITWI struck out the second batter who LBII shut down Harris in the bot I
recovered to beat Brick Electric followed that with a !single to send came to the plate. tom of the third when JW caught a Nightly *8 From 35 Weekly t I
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Fernando TV for the honor of second Jerry Whitehead (JW) flew out to and second baseman TW picked up aground

1 place and lost by a score of 3.2, left field and Sams singled to right ball and tossed it to short 1.'f. ... .. ,.. ?
to fall into the third place of the six center to drive in Esford Kish singled stop Esford on second for the final See LILI1... I -- ---" .. ::: : ,
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games of seven innings each on on base and Crawford sent !both of for Pritchett who whacked out a <
Saturday under a blazing sun. The them home as he burned a I line driveto horn'runover the left center fence to ( f .
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Crue places second in league: falls in sub-districts I

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Fourteen teams! played 28 gamesin Lamar's 8................Sub Cleaners 6 NAPA 11.?.....................Hogan's 10 with short -stop Eddie Dyal with
the !sub-district tournament held Corner Kick 110.........LC Business 4 Thomas Concrete 16-..........Moose 3 most runs scored with 4 each. Right
this past! weekend at the Lake Buller Sub Cleaners 11......Corner Kick 118 Norman's 17...................Archer's 8 fielder Lynn Shipley first baseman
Recreation Complex under the Lamar's 18..................Newberry 3 Bryan's 11................Burger King 3 Jeffrey Norman right center Brian
direction of Chuck Blackwclder. LC Business 5....G'ville Merchants 4 Thomas and left fielder Barry
Norman's Crue sponsored by Nor- Corner Kick 18.....Hogan's Heroes 2 Championship ( amt'... Johnston all tied far second most
man's Market of Starke was the only Sub Cleaners 7...................NAPA 1 Corner Kick I defeated Lake City runs scored with 3 each.
local team to compete in the tourna Thomas Concrete.Corner Kick 11 Businessmen by a score of 7-4 to take Left center Andie Chaff and pit
ment. Norman's Crue finished second Newberry 11.........".Moose Lodge 10 first place in subdistricts.Other cher Randy Alvarez each scored 2
in overall Lake Butler city Lamar's 16...........Norman's Crue 8 teams competing were: runs while second baseman Clayton I Ia
league play with a 9-2 record on the G'ville Merchants 14..Archer A's 4 Hogan's Heroes Bryan LTD, Norman catcher Blane Dyal and KMi I. N
season. LC Businessmen 9..Burger King Burger King Lake City EH all scored .
Greg Dyal one run
They posted a 1-2 record for the Hogan's I Icroes9........Bryan LTD 8 Businessmen Gainesville Merchants during the tournament. *'rt'I. -
tournament and although they Archer A's, Norman's Crue, Defensive standouts were short '.
didn't finish among the top four Loser's Bracket... Lamar's Bank of Newberry, Moose stop Eddie Dyal and left fielder ,j r.... "
teams who will go to districts they LC Business 8....,............Lamar's 1 Lodge Thomas Concrete, Corner Barry Johnston who figured into 14 I. ")1"-- '."" ..-.t"II--. ,"
put on an excellent performance in LC Business 18..Sub, Cleaners 7 Kick II, Sub. Cleaners and NAPANorman's different defensive plays that I ," J.Jt: ; ; "; "J .. ." J
the games they played. Sub Cleaners 14..G'ville Merchants 3 resulted in outs. f .1,....,..."' ,. x. ,..':'''.'':''''.._. : : .'i1''t..i/Io-. ,.t:." ,1
The top four teams who will go on LC Business 6..................,Bryan's 1 Crue Two of the Crue figured into 12 a : ,-. -:c '" Est, .
to district are: Corner Kick I, Lake G'ville Merchants 33..NAPA 3Bryan's Overall, Norman's Crue scored 27 outs they were second baseman '" ': v: .: ,;;;&. 't',,:;. ..
City Businessmen, Lamar's and 18..Corner Kick II 4 runs in the three games they played Clayton Norman and left center An Attfe "" ', .<. :ilrJ" '" "V.'.; .. .
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Sub. Cleaners. G'ville Merchants 3 die Chaff. .. :
16..Newberry during the tournament averaging 9 .. .
., .
Winner's Hratkrl... NAPA 5..Thomas Concrete 4 runs per game. First baseman Jeffrey Norman .:'.;; ''''- .. :,;.<-, .;'. ..
Corner Kick 110. .... ....Lamar's 2 Bryan's 13. ,Norman's Crue 3 Third baseman Scott Molts tied also made it into double numbers by NiP MA, 1.o.'.__.r :1IW._.; ":.. :: "" __ __'
figuring into 10 outs, Third baseman
Scott Molls had 7; pitcher Randy
One Off.
Alvarez and right center Brian Firing ..
Thomas each had 3; catcher Blane Short stop Eddie Uyallicks up a ground ball and fires it off to second
Dyal and EH Greg Dyal each had 1. baseman ('III-ton; Norman: to tag this Lamar's runner out in one of the
a Pitcher Handy Alvarez pitched only good defensive plays Norman's: C'rue executed this past weekend.LouAnn's .
4 walks in 3 games averaging 1.3
walks per game.
Although Norman's Crue didn't
come out on top against the very
i tough opposition they faced in this
Azalea & Farm
tournament they ended their season Blueberry
I well losing only to the number three Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
and number five teams in the final
( \' 24th Street, follow signs or
t'r standings.
I Call 964-7109 & We will assist Tues.
I' Lamar's 16, Crue 8 you thru Sat. 10-5:30

.>.' \ ,oil They lost 16-8 to Lamar's who Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors
,'. finished as the number three team
tXwk overall. The Crue led Lamar's by a DAY LILIES -
score of 6.2 going into the fourth and
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man's ;M.irket of Slarke, placed second in the 0\rnill then lilaine l)>iil, left lielder. Barry Johnston, right/:
city league coiiipi-lition in Lake Butler alter finishing center kilos Tlioiuas, pitcher H"lIdh arch and second
the season with a 11-2 recoul. liaseman Cl.ijlon :Norman + MARTMttff
The (" 'lIl' consists of: The C'rue put on a good. shouinK; for itself! in ;subdistrict .t 705 N.
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U.S. Congressional camliilale Pete Skinner meets with the citi/.i-nn of Starke for his first fund-raiser.


-ii- Fund raiser is held for Skinner

U.S. Congress candidate Pete agriculture in a family farm unit," volved with agriculture.
Skinner kicked off his campaignfund added Skinner. "Agricuture is an internationakl
Collision Ends in Yard... raising at a$25 per plate dinnerat Skinner said that he is an experienced business. That 100 acres of corn
the Starke Golf and Country Club farmer, growing up on a grown in Florida doesn't go to
This collision on Call Street in Starke Friday morning Call Street, driving a 1981 Honda, struck the Subra in last Friday night. Suwannee County farm. "We were Georgia, it goes all over the world."
sent one driver to the hospital. the left rear. Helsabeck was taken by Rescue to Brad- The dinner followed a tour of the growing soybeans before anybody Skinner entered into state politicsin
Thomas Lee Truman, 64, of New Port Richey was ford Hospital where she was treated and released, according Pines Nursing Home knew what it was. I understand farming 1974 when he beat 14-year Incum--
northbound on Chruch Street driving a 1983 Subra. to Paramedics Cliff Chapman and Burl very well."
and was the first official fund raiser
Truman disregarded the stop sign and was struck by a Traylor. for Skinner during his bid for the Second Skinner also commented that he bent Leon McDonald for a House of
Honda as he entered SR-230, according to Patrolman Damage to the vehicles was $3,000 each. Congressional District presently had spent many years overseas in- Representative seat. *
Truman cited for a stop in the 10:03:
William Russell. was running sign
held Don has
by Fuqua. Fuqua an-
Evelyn Jackson Helsabeck, 67, was eastbound on a.m. accident, said Patrolman Russell. nounced he will not run for the officehe .... - r -ate ater ate- -

has held for 24 years. Five can- THERE'S A NEW FURNITURE OUTLET
didiates have to for the I
qualified run
. Senator Grant visits Country Club in StarkeSen. office, including Skinner. I IN TOWN ---

Skinner was instrumental in I
Bill Grant, (D-Madison), Grant said the country's farmers "It has been an honor for me to securing a Certificate of Need for 1 Located at '' '"
visited the area Wednesday must be helped to sell their crops represent the fine people of the Fifth the Whispering Pines nursing homein 1
both here and abroad and said we Starke, which allowed for the ad- I
greeting supporters in a receptionheld Senate District for the past four OLIN'SHOME
must continue the fight for educational ditional space for beds needed by I .
at the Starke Golf and Country years, Grant said. "I hope to con-
excellence and the fight to some 50 people on a waiting list.
Club July 9. tinue working for our people and CENTER .
Around 100 people were in at- save our environment. many more int he United States Con About 140 people attended the din- I
tendence at the country club which "North Florida is a great place for gress." ner that was spearheaded by J.D. i Hwy. l 100W. -Starke
was decorated in red, white and blue new business and will be one of the Griffis of Raiford. "We had a lot
for the occaison. most exciting areas in which to live more people attend than I thoughtwe featuring Financing Available I
Club members Jerome Johns of in the next 10 years," Grant said. "I were going to,"said Griffis. "We 1
will be proud to represent the peopleof Grant also announced that con even had to put more steaks on the ALL NEW FURNITURE
Starke introduced Sen. Grant to the
tributions to his campaign have exceeded grill to handle the packed crowd."
this disrict in the exciting years
ahead. $100,000. During a speech at the dinner, Skin-
"Sen. Grant is a man who is I
always willing to listen to your view ner noted the that people he was involved sympatheticwith in the Call 964.5606 for more Information rrrv .

point even if you" might not see FREE ESTIMATES SHOP AT HOME agriculture business. Most of the 24 -------------e.
to Johns said. "Heis
things eye eye
counties in the district rely on the
In Beauti
open-minded and willing to listen Drape Yourself
agriculture business for their In-
and I highly recommend him for Joyce Hutcheson come.
another term." \ 9647966Draperies "The agriculture industry is in terrible -
Sen. Grant thanked Johns and the
condition and it is mostly Model 610
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said holding a congressionalseat terference," says Skinner. He went
had been a childhood dream. on to say that the average age of
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Grant called for efficienciesin
new Residential/ farmers is 57. "Where are the 23 Utility
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must get the most for the money in Verticals Woven Shades Mini Blinds Bedspreads Pillow ShamsAll there," Skinner questioned."The .
defense! and said the federal deficit Types of Window DressingsNo family farm is worth keeping
cannot be reduced on the "backs of Appointment and it must be protected. We
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i -s w T I/I/ t 1 Pierce elected to BoardNorman's It'i

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J i Bradford County Judge George H. covers 34 counties and the 1st
Pierce was elected one of five vice- District Court of Appeals of Florida
AMA presidents of the 219 member Con- and Judge Pierce will be their Coun-
ference of County Court Judges in ty Court representative.Judge .
v"I. the State of Florida. Pierce serves on the ex-
d The one week Conference was held ecutive Board of the Conference
: recently at Marco Island. which is the decision making body of
The area of the vlce-nrpsidencv the Conference.

Traffic Court I

(from page 2A)

,wwnni ing; fined 4150. William Portis pled guilty NVDL;
Terry G. Mann pled guilty im- dismissed.
,1 V.hi proper tag; fined 10075.
i Loyall E. Aldridge pled guilty Misdemeanor Court
NVDL; ten days in jail, concurrentwith
present time in jail. Two defendants appeared in
f Mark S. Faulkner pled guilty misdemeanor court for final dispos-
DWI; fined $362, license suspendedsix tion.Michael
months, 50 hours communitywork West charged with drink
r 7 R- 1 Salvation Army supervision, ing in public; ordered to pay $25
attend DWI school. court costs.
t M. M1I Ricky C. Nazworth pled guilty Ronald Eugene Willis pled guilty
: I ew DWLS; fined $100.75. disorderly intoxication; placed on 60
t Dorothy A. Jarrell pled guilty no days court probaion, must violate no
tall.. ordered rn.w pay !$1S__ costs. laws, no alcohol. fined $105.75.Restaurant .
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I.I'. Death Car...

n A 31-year-old Gainesville man was killed after his vehicle struck a Nichols. The police report indicated Brown may have fallen sleep as
parked rock hauler truck early Thursday morning, July 10, on US-301 in there were no signs of skid marks The vehicle may have been travellingat
Starke. an excessive speed in the posted :iOmph speed limit area, said Nichols. Z
Kenneth D. Brown was northbound on US-301 at 3:57 a.m. when his! 11186! 1I's Seafood
.... Oldsmobile drifted from the right traffic lane and into the rear of the Rescue 60 responded to the accident but Brown was dead on their arrival It
truck parked In front of New Method Cleaners, according to Lt. Greg according to Paramedics Kill O'Neal and Dwajne llardee. i Off CH 469 on W.si id' of Lake Santa Fe at Earlcton
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Archer's answered
From Page 5 with 4 133.The :- -..! lluih Puppli ft Friii I
Crue's defense a
all but shut
i by scoring three that inning. runs to bring themselves within 3 Bryan's 13 Crue 3 Bryan's offense down in NIGHTLY I SPECIALS Trout Almondine . '4.95 twItI i
.. Several doubles and two runswith a score of 107. completely 1. Siuteed
singles in buner
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all but the first and seventh :;
C netted Lamar's a total of 7 runs in The Crue sprinted way out in front The bats died on the Crue agamstBryan's in that much closer than i'i'' Shrimp Almond '6.75 .Ala Carte Salad . u'1.75 u
the fifth inning and the Crue could in the fourth, however when thev as they got only nine hits the a final game was indicated. \,Ii 1 g-i_._ ..:. _- -- i
Ii only answer with 2 to bring the score posted 7 unanswered runs to up their which resulted in three runs. score ,, :- -,,- -. ..
I. to 12-8 in Lamar's favor. lead to 10 with a score of 17-7. Molts scored one and E. Dyal had : 7-= :
e Lamar's threw on a tough defense A double by Chaff and singles by 2 runs for the Crue. Bryan's LTD --=
: and the Crue had some bad luck with E. Dyal, J. Norman, Shipley had a big first inning as they steppedout .. ., ,
: the bats which would not allow them Thomas, Johnston, and B. Dyal led ahead of the Crue by a score of /' ,".".,. '.. 'I' "t., "s#,.'". 'H.'I1'D" -r",';,'',''. ":"1" ,t!'" ,'
C; to score again in the sixth or seventh to this scoring splurge when all of 51. They posted two more runs in ;W t:' ;mt" .. ,... v ...1 ': } ; '" ;>:>l
.: while Lamar's added 4 more runs to these players crossed the plate in addition the second, one in the fourth and one 'f
: make the final score 168. to Shipley who had originally in the fifth to bring the score to 9.2 .
made it to first on a walk. going into the sixth.
'k Crue 17, Archer's 8 Archer's added one more run in Bryan's had a second big inning in "The Citizens
the sixth inning, but just couldn't off- the seventh when they posted four Candiflate".t
The Crue recovered quickly to
set the Crue's lead and the game more runs while the Crue only "IT'S BEACH 7
beat Archer's A's 9-run
by a
margin ended at 178. managed one to end the game at ,..'
I with a score of 178. '-
A very evenly spaced scoring ef- ELDRIGE ;
fort gave the Crue the victory as 1 i
seven players posted 2 runs each and
;. three players posted 1 each. TERWILLEGAR BEACH
Motts, E. Dyal, Shipley, Chaff, .,J
Thomas, Alvarez and Johnston all MOTORS '
t scored two runs each, while J. Norman 'l .:;j STATE SENATOR. DISTRICT 5

,. B. Dyal and Forester each EDDIE STARLING x : ': YOUR voice in TALLAHASSEE '. *
scored 1.
The Crue scored first when a ? CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS '
single by lead-off batter Motts CARS & TRUCKS I i. As your State Senator, I will make every effort to : !f
resulted the first
in a run in inning.
"r The Crue was hot in the second inning Bring in your best ; achieve Parity in your salary and other benefits as t

posting 8 runs while Archer's deal, let me try to ..M now received by other state law enforcement officers k
: only scraped together 3 to make the beat it! 4 n And to make pay raises become effective July f ,
score 9-3. Doubles by Shipley, J. 1 rather than January of the following year.
; Norman and Alvarez; along with -
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J It: that inning. 964-7200 473-3673 E ..
.i The Crue added one more run in
'i! the third when Alvarez doubled and s
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:I{ Obituaries If Our Mortgage Rates Were Any LovrerTheyflDrop

3; Julian E. DeSue

.( Mr. Julian E. DeSue, 34, died
:: Tuesday, July 15 in Jacksonville. Off The
:( Mr. DeSue was born June 24, 1952 Page.Fixed
J: in Starke and was a carpenter. .
:r Survivors include his wife, An-
? nette; one son, Julian DeSue IV; one
:t- daughter, Tara; father, Leo; five
'h sisters, Isabelle Smith, Detroit, MI,
il Lydia D. Pittman, Marzie Jenkins, Rate 30-Year Mortgage 1-Year Adjustable Mortgage Loan

:1\{ Starke Rosa Thomas Irene Kelly, Tampa, Gainesville; two, 2 % points, 10.84 % A.P.R. 2/2! points, 9.31 % A.P.R.

3\ brothers, Leo Jr., Starke.Damon, _
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signs 7 17 Itpd us at OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call
YARD SALE July 18 19. Friday 8 Sal., 9 964.4262 days. 964.6566 evenings or military personnel in the Naval Air 964.6766, Homes Beautiful of N. Fla Hotpoint D/W, stove. 151/2 cubic ft. ref rig.! with ice maker,
am til 16 pm. Turn right at Textile Town. drop by and see the apartment Reserve Program in Jacksonville, FL. We will tell you how to avoid that |lob washer/dryer four ceiling fans drapes blinds, tinted win
First trailer on the felt 7.17 Itpd manager in apt. no. six at 314 North Ground and flight crew positions and I increase the vnlua' of your hn'LAWN --
Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco dows, freshly painted inside& out patio10' x 10' utility bldg
FRI & SAT. 18 & 19, Second house behind Slo available in patrol transport, helo and SERVICE: reasonable rates Most
Textile Town Lots of good things. 7/17 lion. 6/26 TF attack squadron. Call toll free lawns $15. Phone 964.4238, 5/8 TF nice chandalier in Dining Room.

FRI, SAT 8 SUN. table 8 4 chairs couch, ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT for rent 1-800-521-1316: for more Information. IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD WOULD LIKE to THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house,
clean, quiet 830 N. Temple Ave., 7/3 13tpd 9/25 take lessons, call Lori at
platform rocker tools, jewelry, dock and covered dock patio, clear water for swimming and
Houck Apts 9644296. 7/3 3tpd 7/17 COIN LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING AT. 964.4526 between 2 pm 8 5 pm Each
women's clothes & 134 E. South
St. 7 17 misc 3 BR. MOBILE HOME furnished. first 8 TENDANT: Part'time 25 to 30 hours per lesson Is only $5 7'3 tfnchg fishing. Budget priced at 33000. Owner financing.
YARD Itpd last month rent. No p..ts. $250 per mo. week. 964 6574 7/1 D 2tchg 7/17 CHARLOTTE'S WEBB where your clothes BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice -one blk from
SALE July 18 8 19. (Fri. 8 Sat) at
437 N. Lake St.. one block behind St. Call 964.5251 after 5 p.m. 7/3 tfn TYPISTS $500 weekly at home! Write: become an asset.not liability. Where school-1500 sq. ft. of excel, liv. space-only 8 yrs. old-CH&A-
1 BR. HOUSE IN COUNTRY window air, P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth NJ 07207. 7/10 there is something for everyone 7 10I
Edwards Catholic Church Lg. variety of selling price $43,000 with VA assum. mtg of $35,000 at 9% %
carpet large yd., Coll 9648602. fn I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT in my home.Days .
items charcoal barbeque 2 ten speed APARTMENTS FOR RENT Unfurnished. 8tchg 828WASTEWATERWATER 9647321. 7/102tchg 7 17 interest-Mo pymnt of $339 Includes P&I, ins., & taxes. Also14'x24'
bikes stereo 8 turntable household
964.6090. 7/17 TFNchg PLANT ARE YOU DEPRESSED LONELY? Want to work shop-56'x2'' patio-large oak trees.garbage
items material 8 clothing. 8 am til 4 OPERATOR or trainee
pm. 7 17 1 Itpd 3 BR. HOUSE, dining room 8 kit., stove,, with City of Storke.positionavailable Must be meet a new friend? St Georges disposal-five ceiling fans- you can get into this home for ap-
8 refrig $175 month $100 Sec. Church. 782.3080. 7 17 1
YARD SALE Bridges 8 Water St.. Sat. Call per high school graduate & have valid Fla. Itpd prox. $6,0001eHANDY !
10.4. Men s women's 8 children dep. 964.4934.7/17 Itchg chauffer license. 7, 10 2tchg 7/17 MAN'S DREAM- 112 year old cypress siding two story
12 X 65 2 BR MH, furn. or unfurnished
clothing, shoes, dishes drapes. 7 17 Ph. 964.8704 after 5 pm weekdays or home 4 BR, 1 1/2 BA, some remodeling has been done,

FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY, 8.4. Tables all day Sat 8 Sun 7/17 Itchg HOMES BROADWAY & WALTERS fireplace $33,000!

lamps adult, children s clothing bedspreads DOWNTOWN STORES, 1.3000 sq. ft., FOR SALE THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome
8 tools, and
pots pans
$500 per month 2.1100 sq. ft. $350 per brick & cedar home 37% 4 BR 2'/ !Loth nice
assorted items, 1 mile west of 301 on month. 964.8404. 7/17 1 Itchg TREE SERVICE on acres plus a

Hwy. 18 7 17 I Itpd 2 BR GARAGE APT.. No pets, $175 per THREE BEDROOM 2 Ba.,, with central air barn, energy efficient, $133,000.OH .
YARD SALE Fn, Sat., 8 Sun., at State month. 964.8404. 7'17 2tchg 7,24 and heat Approx. 2,000 sq. ft. Coll Removal TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY! Twelve acres with

Prison housing area 16 to Readwood ONE BEDROOM TRAILER for rent 964.6201. 7/17 4tpd 8/7 Trimming home 2900 ft., 4 BR, 2 ba, barn workshop, pole
((199)) sign at Pione St 431-1219 7 17 964.5760.7/17 Itpd 4 BR, 1 BA FRAME HOME on city lot. New approx. sq.
HUGE GARAGE SALE, Fri.. 8 Sot., 9 am RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month kitchen and bath Screen porch carport Stump Removal barn ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced, $85,000.

til dark From Storke. take Rd. 16 W. and up. Call Susan F. Reddish, Broker- 8 shed. Fenced backyard. Call Firewood

toward prison, go 5 1.2 ml., turn right Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF 964.8906.7 17 Itpd ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
on NW 57th Ave., go 1 /2 ml. Franklin, CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On TWO BEDROOM furnished house on corner Free Estimate
wood heater, weights 8 bench toys, lot newly renovated. 26000.
Highway 16 W. Close
to 473.7679
prison. 473.7097
clothes shoes couch coffee table, 964.7530 or 468.1323. 10' 10 Tfchg small down payment and owner will INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially subdivided

lamps, scads of mIsc. No Junk. Rain or FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile finance. Ph. 9645970. 6/26 TFNchg After 5 P.M. highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per acre.

shine 7 17 Itpd homes Inside city weekly 8 monthly THREE BEDROOM BRICK HOME. CH/A, 2 Hardwood trees. Developer's dream !
SATURDAY YARD SALE, Keystone Heights
208 N.
Cherry. Ba., LR DR, fireplace, breakfast ,
JO LU Motel 8 MH Park, 9648810.65 room
Hundreds like new children's wear PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH: Corner Washington
TF game room 560 Glendale St Licensed & Insured
Izod, Esprit, levi ChIc. Ladies 12.16, 964-5468 3 13 TF iris South of SR 16, 262.5'on Hwy. 301 105' on Washington St.
VERY CLEAN furnished, 2 BR trailer -
baby, mist dishes etc, 7 17 Itpd
PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven
Private lot. ,
GARAGE SALE Sot all day, furniture, Quiet neighborhood. Win --- s. sssrrrssssr. - -
toys, clothing, mISc. Items. 1378 Blan dow air-no pets no children. 964.5739or thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 150' on Hwy
ding St Saratoga Hgts 7 17 1 Itpd, 9644468. 7' 10 2tpd 7, 17 I IJ 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. SP $199,000!
RETIREMENT YARD SALE thru July 2 BR HOUSE 383 Cherry St" No Pets, I Realty Inc. I 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner

23 dishes $200 per month, 964.8498. 7 17 Itchg
clothing love seat, 4 burner will finance) $82,322. A smart Florida investment.
elec. stove E>tc. 622 Pine St FSP
e2 STORES-CALL ST.-Both for 40200.
housing area Raiford. 4311602. 7 17 J Phone 964-4544
. . : | e4 ACRES off Laura Church Rd. 10000.

1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida J e2 LOTS W. Madison. Owner Fin. 27500.
WANTED Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront I MIMOSA & BESSENT. Jots. $6,900 ea . .

Call ((904)) 964.5606 Farms Commercial ', ,, .- I !OFF30JL.SOJJIJ12.L'124res., $8,100 J' ua... r "

No Charge to List Your Property for Sale | NEAR.LAKE.ALTO, ten acres reduced. $15,000.

Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Call and discuss it with us. GRAHAM, 10.5 acres 14.50 acres. $1,625 an acre.

I BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE Two collages on the water. 50 ft. lake frontage 800 LAWTEY, five acres. 13000.

ft deep nice' dock trees, peaceful living $95,000. I ROAD 230E forty acres reduced. $90,000.
I BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME large master bedroom additional, 3 BR,
sewing room 37TH ST. Church
I Primitive R., 6 acres. $12,000.
BA 2 car garage easy driving distance, to city. $77,900.
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. I LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE-Brick home LR, DR family room w 21 OKLAWAHA RIVER 3 acres hi & dry. $15,000.

I kitchen combo 2 BA utility room, 5 acres great for horses $58,000 WATERFRONT LOT, Crosby Lake. 25000.

1 room combo dining room & kil 3 BR, 2 BA, CHSA 6 ceiling fans brick b.b q pit, I
< I and metal utility bldg, located on Hwy 225.
| After Hours
I GOODBYE TO CITY CRAMPS-Conc. Blk home on 5 acres 23 miles from Cecil Field

m 964.5065 great room w fireplace, 3 BR 2 BA, patio storage/work bldg. 74900. I Pauline Randolph 964.6323

I EXCELLENT, $3 ,000 BUY, Nice, family home In good neighborhood 3 BR 2 BA. lake access I I Randy Cory 475-2597

251 FEET ON 301.Frame homo 4 BR., 1 BA., well utility bldg., $34,900, | Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473-7541
REALTOR l jI I SEE IT NOW-Mobile Home, nice & clean, 2 BR, 2BA, front porch tool shed on 2
I 'lots Biker $25.000 I

srhrru I P';. R WATERfrtONT LOTS-Sampson Lake & Sampson River Start at $8,000 zoned I #429, 6 ac 4 !8R1 ffikt,! :':
+sw! I single family residential #430 I Acre mobile, lake access
I LOT FOR SALE-Country Club Estates I {$nJike 1Qf! tart .. REPAIRUS

I TWO BUILDING LOTS-Nice for family living. Near Crystal Lake I #432 7'ac. mobile, ponds, creek

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.Building, Approx. 15.000 sq ft. floor space. Madison & I ,. l4)4c-9) pj. ,iwhomq, ,\mobile home 301 N e 964-5805
Thompson Street workshop OPEN Friday & Saturday 9.7

I 301 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.146 ft. frontage, South of Starke. I #396.-2 BR, l) BA furnished fenced in
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 I GOT A RAMBLING WIFE? Buy this, 10 acres and sell her car. She'll be there when town_- v .r .. .. ...
you get home, Only 17900. I ? .H"IiI.IQa. Ak.-cibott"our apart
RESIDENTIAL PRICED RIGHT Farm for Sale, 131 Acres. I meiit' properties. bar & lounge
I OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT.486 Ave., Suite 925 ft. I b.lo"d \
Temple C. Sq. acreage: rmrnerclal
BRICK HOME 3 Br 2 Ba home. This home is immaculate and ready for immediate '

STARTER HOME- Just remodeled. Concrete block home. Large lot In town I Wayne Douglas...... .964-6593 Novis Ward............964-7454 | : !;\ "' /?{>tr, F.Al n
HOME IN COUNTRY CLUB AREA with pool. Priced In the 80's. Call ,err
HOME IN COLFVIEW over 3.000 square feet. Built for a large family. Included I John! Greene.............533-2121 Bill Dodd................964-7408 :'

pool Irving Clark..............964-7188 Cindy Kurlmay .......964-7408 I ...; 964 r D: .r

TWO HOMES ON LOT IN TOWN live in one rent the other. Priced in the 30's I Evelyn Cliastain.........964-4319 Don Hood ......... .... : _.4 3.30'16 Parts Repairs
JUST LISTED. Beautiful 2.7 ac. homestead with pond, 3200 sq. ft. fully J .468.19, ._ .0-: ......;.:..f. t .
Br., rrnssssss. rst-. -_- rr.. Discount Price for
extras 5 3 Ba. Must
carpeted many see to appreciate. I vS1:;i.t: : s$:T''AJdsFPylL3eus1:: I
IDEAL HOME For retired couple who like, country living. 2 Br., 1 Ba., frame onI Tires & Batteries
a c 1..w..._.,*.,.,.Un.._,_J, also! has m.AALJ. ftft..f W"t'&. ..* '.*.*'''...' ONLY COO wH.ann'WW. --
3 BR-1 1/2 BA in town. Has FP den wooden deck on dead end St
EXCELLENT LOCATION 2 Br. 1 Bo just reduced to 22000. Fenced yard. LOOKING FOR LOTS OF LARGE HOME-In city on ap

WONDERFUL HOUSE for entertaining. Just waiting for someone to move into SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3 prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba,
immediately with over 4500 sq It. of living area. CH&A 1900 ft.
bedrooms, 3 baths and too many plus sq. assum.
IMMACULATE MH on beautiful shaded lot Kingsley Lake area. itAVEBrllH. I
WALK TO EVERYTHING, comfortable, 3 Br., 1 Ba, C/B house, has hardwood L features to describe on 3 3/4 mtg.
Moors acres. SUPER NICE. In town: 3 Br., 2

GOOD AREA, double wide excellent condition furnished on 1 acre. PRESTIGIOUS AREALocatedIn Ba., executive quality home

964-4522 Fult-TIm*Associate*.' area of other lovely homes, Lots of living comfort features

WATERFRONT PROPERTY DAVID! U DODGt.'MSA IKAY.CiWAtERS this 3 BR, 2 Ba is on a corner lot LAKE ACCESS-Extra nice MH

ENJOY THE SUMMER in this 3 Br.. 1 Ba.. with CHSA. STARKE. with many amenities. Super CH/A with beautiful grounds.

SAMPSON LAKE. Deerfoot trail waterfront lot. Close to Gainesville South 301. Plaza. nice, Keystone area.EDWARDS .
LAKE LOT. Sampson Lake. Price reduced to 13000. This one won't wait last
MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to RD,: Adjoining
long Open Man, thru Fri.
8:30 a.m.to 5:30 p.m. Hampton Lake 3 Br., 2 Ba., Bradford Sq. 64x150 with

ACREAGE Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CH&A. Plus a new 28'x40' CB building.

2 ACRES LAWTEY AREA. Only $8.500 with owner fin. $7,500 cash. storage bldg., and a 10'x12' ZONED COMMERCIAL-in city,

M.H. SITE almost 2 ac. $l,000dn. full price $6,100. greenhouse. On 1 acre. All for 144'x52'wi 22'x46' bldg., Ideal

ONE ACRE lot on Hwy. 100s Priced to sell at 4500. Appraisals for Residence Form Commercial Business 60000. for laundromat

85 ACRES in Hampton area with paved road frontage e Your Full Service Real Estate Office e OWNER MOVING-Must sell- NEXT TO North Fla. Chrysler
2 1 2 ACRES lust off Hwy 225. Owner will finance.,
LARGE LOT approx. 1 1/2 ac, or make two lots out of this Just past the beautiful 3 Br, 2 Ba Plymouth Dealership. 2 parcels
hospital HOME BEAUTIFUL: on 2 acres, LOOKING FOR "COUNTRY"? home.Featuring Formal LR, DR, SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit rental

MELROSE I Iocr. on Hwy. 26. Lake access. 3 Br. 2 Ba.. 1700 sq. ft. CH/A COMFORT? NATURE? Then see Fam. rm. w/fireplaco, large kit. complex, full occupancy, firm

with many ommenities, this brick 3 br 2 ba CHSA In City $58,000. cash down payment required.

COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL home on approx. 5 acres. AFFORDABLE city 3 Br, 1 CORNER SR 18 & 301: 14.87

3 ACRES South 301 .60 X 66 Commercial Bldg and 4 Br. 3 Ba. home 20% dn. BEAUTIFUL DOUBLEWIDE on Ba, fenced cor. lot. $34,500. acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19
owner will consider terms. 10 acres. 3 Br. 2 Ba. Let
us show mi. to Gville.
you this one. You'll LOVE it. 10 and 20 acre parcels. WE CAN world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, 2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff.

William D. Tiffin Realtor President AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You HELP YOUII I I 2 Ba, Fm Rm Liv. rm., Din. Rm., OWNER FINANCING-2 Br., 2

Susan Faulkner Realtor.964.4048 sewing rm. and more within Ba., doublewide on 1 acre. Now
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene will love the privacy this home A RARE FIND:530 acres in one only 24900.

L. Faulkn.r 964-5142 Douglas Conn.r 964-8420 offers 4 Br., 3 Ba., 2,100 sq. ft. parcel with many possibilities. 2400 sq. ft. Priced at 73000. SOLID STARTER
DO YOU WANT A BUY?? Thisis HOMENeedsminor
Louis Young 964-7525 Marly Russell 473.7694 plus an extra large garage. Over 3,000 ft. highway frnntage.
Lucille Spry 964-8420 Karen Adams 964.4002 Many other outstanding 3,900 ft. adjoining it! 3 Br., 2 Ba., close to repair & paint, on largelot
D.bbi.Toole 964-698: Bobby Biggs 964.7331 Approx. everything. Excellent condition, Cheap.
features on 1.76 acres. IN CITY. Starke Golf 8 Country Club.
27000. j
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Timber valued at over 200000.
Rentals Available WATERFRONT: sand bottom

Carol Property Warner Management- REALTOR Division ASSOC. Ready lake to w/nice move Into.mobile$ home"J:l C] 2 Rentals Available 0 We Thinking Invite Inquiries of Buying On or Our Selling Other? Properties Call uslI I r!

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BRADFORD LIMEROCK 2 BR I BA 12 X 70 Mobile home for rent FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.

15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make off.r on SALES or sole. High Ridge Estates. $235 month Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Joe Owner will finance. $164 per month.
OWN YOUR OWN (eon-sportswear, one or oil. Olln' Mobile Home Soles Llmerock S Fill Dirt or $14,900. Pet deposit accepted. Call 4732521. 6/5 tfnchg 473-4367. 6/5 tfnchg
ladies, apparel childrens/maternlty 904-964-5606 6/6 tlnchg 20,d. semi-loads only 473 2730 or 4733410. 7/17 Ifnchg NEED TYPING DONE? Reasonable efficient I. LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
large sizes, petite, dancewear, accessories W4 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 Phone 782-3172 5/23tlchg LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, monthly computer printout letter quality. ocr. wooded lot. 17500. Coll 473-7162
or bridal shop. Jordoche, Bedroom and more. Take ov.r STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR Call 473.4648 and leave message. Will after 5. 3/27 tfnchg
Chic Lee Levi), !Izod, Gltano Guess, payments. Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m. Doublewide Home Center located call 473.2919. 5/22 tfnchg return call tfnchg 3/27 KEYSTONE AREA Wooded tracts with
Calvin Klein North 301 2 BR LAKEFRONT Furnished, swimmingand HANDYMAN access to small fishing lake. $300
Sergio Valente, Evan 3/20 TF on lawtey. Fla. (this Is not SERVICE Mowing, yard
Picone, Liz Claiborne, Members Only 1)17 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this trailer furniture) 6/131/nchg skiing. $250 a week plus $100 work, chain saw work tree trimming down. $15 month. Owner financing no
Gasoline Heal ht.x, over 1000 others. price. FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for deposit. 473 3856. 6/5 tfnchg trash hauling any odd lob. 4733321. qualifying. 8132533258. 4tchg
$14.300 to $25,900 inventory training Green Cove Spring. Call 284.6000 collect sale at Olin Home Center located on HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA Across from PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile LAVE LOTS, septic, well fence, pump
fixtures, grand openings, etc., can or call 1471.0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 Highway 100 West. This is not trailer golf course. $400 a month. Nice homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free house, fix-up house on clear lake.
open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) pd 7/31 tfnchg furniture. 6/13 tfnchg 473 3083 or 4752838. 7/3 tlnchg estimates. Call Rob 4/3.3590. 6/5 473.2859 7/10 Itpd 7/17 3tchg 7/31
... 888 6555. Itpd 7/17 1983 FLEETWOOD MH 14x70. 3 Br. 2 Ba. INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS LAKEFRONT MOBILE HOME 2 BR, patio, LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
OWN YOUR OWN One price designer Cath. ceiling gord.n tub central air, custom made S Installed Homes swimming, fishing near Keystone. Coll The Lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free YARD SALE
shoe store. A retail, pric. unbelievable Ilk. new Take over payment of $235. Beautiful of N. Fla.. 964-6766. 5/UF 4734186. 2tchg 7/1724 Estimates. 6/5 tfnchg
for quality shoes normally priced from Call 964-4155 If no answer, call GIBSON TRACTOR RIDING MOWER. 36 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING YARD SALE Including plants July 19 &
$19 to $60. Over 150 brand names 250 964.4037.7/10 4tpd 7/31 in. single blade never used cost$1700 month. Partially furnished. Keystonearea. House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling 20 from 9-4. Forest Hills Blvd. two-
: styles. $14,300 to $25,900 Inventory 1973 AMERICAN MH 2 Br. 1 Bo. w/cen- will sell $1150. 9646362. 7/17 Itpd 473-7560. 7/17 tfnchg Service, for all your foundation tenths mil. off 100. Itpd 7/17
: training fixtures, grand opening. Can trot ac. 3000. Call after 5 pm HOMEMADE UTILITY TRAILER. 6X10 FURNISHED 1 BR, 1 BA Mobile home on repairs. 473-7721 6/5 tfnchg FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Household items,
combine with over 1,000 brands of op- 782.3461.7110 2tpd 7/17 single axle $525. 4681000. 7/3 tin pc quiet lakefront. Single party or couple LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call? clothing 1974 Datsun Stationwagon
parel accessory, dancewear or bridal 10 X SO MOBILE HOME setup In park FILL DIRT FOR SALE 9049645606. Ask for only $200. month $100 deposit No (The Blues Busters) by writing to one F78XI4 Goodyear tire, new
shop. Can open 15 day. Mr. Loughlin $1950 ca.h. phone 173.4508,1171 Itpd. Mark. 7/3 TFNCHG pets 473 2784, 48 p.m 3tpd 7/17.31 Lakeside Singles Club RI. 1 Box 530, Lakeview Street off N. Pecan. Follow
((612)) 888,46:18. Itpd 7/17 FACTORY REPO'S some never llved-ln. RCA 21" COLOR TV, walnut cabinet FURNISHED 2 BR, 2 BA doublewide on Hampton, FL 32044. 7/10 tfnchg signs. Itchg 717FRISATSUN
OPEN YOUR OWN beautiful discount 14 wide & doublewldes. On selectg looks like new take over payments. quiet lakefront Carpet drapes, THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE Specializing In 95. Highridge Estate
shoe store. Ladies-childrens-mens. 40 mode-no cash needed. Payments Bal $338 or $25 per month. Free CH/AC deck. Prefer couple only, no chronic muscular pain also deeply Beloit'and Purdue St. All Mary Kay.$2,
: percent savings to your customer All start as low as $120 per month. Free delivery. Call local 1800826.5643 ext. pets. 4732784. 4-8 p.m. $300. $150 relaxing and healing. tires, clothes Itchg 7/17
first quality merchandles. Designers delivery A set-up. Call 284.6000 22. 7/10ltpd 7/31 deposit. 3tpd 7/17-31 Adults .Chlldr.n .Pr.-nalal. GAS LINE ROADfl Used furnltur.
; : labels, Evan Picone Liz Claiborne, Andrew anytime. 7/17 tfn 1 HORSE WALKER excellent cond. QUIET CLEAN, COMFORTABLE unfur Elisabeth Rush LMT 5453 or Cote Thursday Friday and Saturday from
Geller Bandolino 9 West Bass MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE.Need repairs, 964.6751.7/10 2tchg 7/17 nished house, in Keystone Club Miller LMT 4842. 475-1258 or 3766651. 9.5. Itchg 717FRIDAVSATUROAV
: : Nina, Amalti Nike and many more priced right: Titan 2 Br., $500; New NICE SIZE ROLLS OF HAY for sale, Alecia Estates 2 BR. 2 BA, central H/A, 4tpd 7/10-31 345 Peach St.
: :. $13.99 one price or up. $21,900 to Moon 2 Br., $700; Taylor 10 X 60 2 Br., ft Argentina $22.50. Delivery avail. weathered porch. 481.3109. 7/17 CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction Household items, furniture: Pine Trestle .
: $39,900. Includes beginning Inventory- $1100. Will finance. Coll 964.8877 or 782.3891 after 6 p.m. Tex Patrick. Discounts ,, truck mounted equipment.C table and 6 chairs $150; matching 3
: training.fixturs-grand opening promotions 964.6517.7/17 1 Itpd. for quantities. 7/17 pd Lost S B CARPET CLEANING seat and 2 seat couches (like new),
: and round trip air fare. Prestige 1980 DOUBLEWIDE. 3 Br.. 2 Ba.. unfurnished LATHE METAL CUTTING. Atlas 1977 Keystone Heights 473.7770 $300; double bed $100; matching
=- Fashions 5013292362. Itod 7/17 on 110 x 175 chain link fencedlot. 12x36 bench model 1 1/2 hp motor, 16 $100 REWARD! Black mole Labrador Hall off on Scotchguard French Provenclal coffee tables, nest
: $25.000 firm. 9646910. 7/17 4tpd speeds 54 feeds 10" 4 (jaw 6" face, mixed, dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov. 8tpd711 0.8/28 of tables, 1 drawer end table, 3 drawer
: LAND FOR SALE 12" face, tool holders, wrenches, 7 on SR-100 and Immokalee Rood. - stand $150: 2 matching butterfly

LOST/FOUND manuels, etc.. $1800. 964.8418 after 4 Answers to "Minor. 4737162. 6/5 CARS, TRUCKS tables $250 each; book case, $50
7/17 tfnchg 4732007. Itpd 7/17
: p.m.
ACRE LOTS Pleasant
: Grove Settlement.
: 25 cu. ft. 3 door Searsconv.rtlbl. & BOATS THREE FAMILY YARD SALE Sunday, July
.. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call PRESCRIPTION EYE GLASSES Call Brad 20 from 9-5
9645606. 1/03 tfn ., with icemaker. Call HELP WANTEDOFFICE Pointview at Pecan. I Itchg
ford Video 964.6308.7117 2tchg 7/24. 468-1868.7117 Itpd 17 FT. YARD SALE Saturday. July 19th 9 til' ?.
on Meng Dairy :
CALICO CAT Southern Villas between
ORTHOPEDIC X-TRA FIRM MATTRESS & Fourth house on right hand side of
3000. no down payment. $70 per mo. Brownlee Rd. and 16 West. Name SUPPLY SALESPERSON. Prefer complete with lib, new mainsail
box springs, full size. $325. 964.5526. Jasmine Ave. Girl's and ladies clothes,
: Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn retired person to sell in sailbag anchor new 5 hp Sears outboard .
Prissy she Is & has brown & Keystone
: ; gray some 7/17 1 Itchg games, etc. Two drawtite hitches, one
; LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after black and white from under her chin Heights area. Must be familiar with with fuel tank, trailer. $3000 .
MF 35 DIESEL TRACTOR ft r2.e..473.2535. Itpd 7/17
: 5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn all the way down her belly. Has ilx equip; topperfor community. For more information contact firm $2500 without motor. 473.3346alter :
: 1 3/4 ACRES off 227. $4,.000. $200 down, toes on each front REWARD! Toyota/Datsun LWB; assorted fencepost John Miller, 9646305. tfnchg. 5. 2tchg 7/17 24
paw. rolls of
field fence
& barbed
: $75 per month. 9645606. 5/8TF 9646086. 7/17 ItpdFOR 9644738.; wire. A CAREER-NOT A JOB in the exciting 1969 CHEVY 32 passenger bus. $2500. WORK WANTED
ACREAGE ft HOUSE 44 acres with 2 Br Itpd world of real estate sales If you have a 475-2307 or 4752132. 1 Itchg 7/17
:: house $2,200 per acre. House rented SALE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as license or are getting one, call Dean HOUSEWORK WANTED $4.50 per hour.
......... $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. tfn Weaver to discuss the excellent FOR SALE Fridays and weekends Call Shelly,
; 100 ACRES with 3 Br., house barn, CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: 'V, ton, anything youneed..AlCles. available with Watson Realty 4733239. Itpd 7/17
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. front or rear auto LOCAL LPN will aid in activities of
storage utility house $2,200 per acre. Corp., Realtors. 473.7653 or 4752272. l&/i FT. MONARK S 1 BOWRIDER daily
Measures 24x36". 25 each. transm., transfer 2 different -
ph. 19049647771. tfn cents Great cases living, run errands, chalfeur and be a
: 3 ACRES facing 230-East of Starke. $500 for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts NOTICE' Lounge seats, teak ski storage three friend to someone who needs a little
135 W. Call St. 964-6305. Call 964-5812. TFce nice built in cooler/storages! Full instrumentation. TlC.
: down plus closing cost.. $175 per Geriatric experience. M-F, $4
: month. 964.5606 7/3 tfn COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or STEREO CONSOLE in. GE turntable. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Extra storage Large hour. Call 4734061. Itchg 7/17
: tale. Canon home copier, $799; Canon FM radio $50. 782-3949. 7/3 Itpd 7/10 tank Bow roil canvas boarding
1/2 ACRE with septic 8 well, Woodland to the Lake Region Monitor office platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
: Acres $7,200.964.5520.7/11 Itpd home or office copier $999; Canon office tfnchg in writing and paid in advance GOOD! 55 CLEAN. HOMES FOR SALE
Props. $5500.
copier, $1399. Rent to own for as USED ROOFING TIN, various lengths $3 unless credit, is already establishedwith 475.1267. 6/19 Larry.
; MISCELLANEOUS"AUCTION" little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP, per sheet. Call 9646126, Monday this office.MONITOR tfnchg
ACT NOW) Pet 'ID' tags. Pets name HAWTHORNE HOUSE for sale by
110 W. Call St.. Stark. 9645764. 2/21 through Friday, 9:00: a.m. 12:00: noon.
tfn 7/17 Itpd STAFF CANNOT BE HELD and your phone number engraved on owner. 3 BR, 2 BA. concrete block,

: NORTH 301, just north of fair ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. FILL DIRT clay ft top soil will load your CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN attractive brass togs Send $4 pp todayto CH/AC close to Miller Mall and
; grounds. Sat night 7:30. Everyone No down payment. Call 9646946. tin truck. 964-5414. 7/104tchg 7/31 THE TELEPHONE.WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER : Hodges Engraving, Rt. 1 Box 387. school. $45.000 negotiable 473.2513.

: welcome. Come early & get a good OKRA by the half bushel or pound. We Classified deadline is Keystone Heights FL 32656. 7/10 2tpd 71724MISCELLANEOUS

: .: seat. New & used items. Haulers pick. 9646528. 7/17 Itpd .*******************+ prior to Thursday publication.Tuesday noon FORD tfnchg 6N
:: welcome. Consignment welcome. Col. 50 YEAR OLD SINGER treadle sewing .. Minimum, $1200
charge Is 15 words for$3.50, sacrifice. 4733209.
: Alvin Underhill. 7/17ltpd. BUSINESS 1 Itpd 7/17
machine and wood cabinet. Excellent
then 15 cents for each word thereafter SEARS UPRIGHT FREEZER $100. PACK RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible
HAWAII: Want to go on on escorted tour cond., reconditioned head. $130. Excellent '
: of three Hawaiian Islands. Call PearlAndrews. 9646514. 7/17 Itpd | OPPORTUNITY WANTED condition 4733168. Itpd 7/17 items and antiques. Used furniture,
964.7739.717 Itpd. .. El CAMINO TOPPER for early 70's glassware, jewelry and much more.
REFRIG-FREEZER $45; Chrysler 15" fancy ..
.. truck Fair condition, make offer. Call Come see for yourself. One mile east
: NOW HIRING wheels, set $25; L78-15 tires $10 each. ; J FASHION STOP is"developing 18 FT. OR BIGGER above ground pool In 473.2210, 9.5 or 473.2042 after 5 and of Keystone Heights' on Highway 100.
tubes, & truck $3
swimming car $8. .
good condition. Call 4734558. Itpd weekend. 7/17tfn 473 21 S3. 6/5 tfnchg
= SEWING MACHINE 410 E, Laura, Starke. 9646774. 7/17 a new* _. =-'"'"- -

OPERATORS Itpd 'shopping plaza adja- *: FOR RENT-Office Bldg. 218 S.

qualified COMMERCIAL PROPERTY !. cent to their store on J Walnut St., Beautifully decorated. 3 Plumbing Supplies From
Experience rooms, 2 desks, console storageshelves
:. people start out well above' RENT/LEASE J Hwy. 301 ( across from coffee area. Durrance Pump & Supply

: minimum wage. Only serious' high school ) FLORILANDREALTY ;

: lob seekers apply. NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call S Thompson ONLY TWO e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed
: Streets: 2 story masonry building. *
j VOGUE, INC. Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/10TF I RETAIL Oil OFFICE J Ub 301 North B64 N.Temple Ave.. Starke 964.7061TF
, 710 S. Water St. 3 RETAIL STORES for lease Highway 301 964-7700
! Starke, FL South. 473.3627 or 964.8848. 5/8TF J SPACES are left ** 393 N. Temple Ave.

Available for oc- Vernle P. Odom Broker-GRI ".
Roberts Real
= Shop & Compare I \ Estate
I cupancy by Mid-June! % I
-COLONIAL 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL
HOME: 2 star OOd ,
FILL DIRT Special Mobile Insurance Home Parks for \ Don't miss out on this J co j IA.w 964.6262

i J great location ov.
All of homeowners I
types Included. Priced to sell.
TOP SOIL policies for 4 CALL 904-384-0603! : (. : J COMPACT 3 Br, 1 Ba home, very COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,

: mobile homes. For Fui'thel'I.. motivated sellers, .as CH/A. PRICE I $50,000. Call Today!
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only
DRAIN FILL Information
J NEED A LOl-We have several one
Olin's Mobile 75000. Owner terms possible.
"Sr******************* with 474' fronting 301 5 oc. Also I I
ROCK 1/2 4 ac. Lots CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air.
Reduced to 35000.

Elaine M. Olin, Agent I 640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly I

4681455CALL growing area of Clay county..Priced to sell at less that $1200

ANYTIME 964.5606 Carpet (Any $95 Scotchgard per acre! I. I

Is DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000.

Cleaning"m) W Available I SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. ,

Tim's Custom Cabinets I e38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath

Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. frame with outbuildings CH/A
New Construction *Remodeling EDM I I I
I Cabinets *Tile Ceilings PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe j; e10 ACRES Pecan grove no improvements.
plus no improvements 640 ft.
I I Free Estimates specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean- l frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home well I

Call Tim Thompson Ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality pump septic tank.COMPLETE .

964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TFk" work at low, low prices. Call( now to make an appointment. f

Senior Citi/oti Discount _,_ No MiliMRc ('harm1 __J l-w _'-ilxjtr: COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

Rooms over Call 964-4997 Call Member ol I George W. Roberts Jr. Broker I

-. 250 sq. ft. Check Yellow Pages In local phone book Starke Bradford 964-6058 Evenings

.. : -: ; -- --: extra charge All Work Guaranteed Chamber of Commerce Terry A, Gaines CSM, Salesman/Appraiser

: ......... : i 964-4181 Evenings

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I No Down Payment : and :

Many Sizes and Styles i PINE BARK :

: You pick-up or We Deliver

r[ [. 964-8848 1 uY i. i Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery :

i I UTILITY tin Evenings : Cypress Lumber y
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964-4073 473-3627 : 964-6649 i

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WINDOWSAlso 1 2 and 3 Bedroom All-Electric

ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. offers Exclusively Homes r

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: Close to hospital schools
Tidewater prisonsCABLE
Building & Land Co., Inc. ,
Fos Awning Screen Rooms

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121 Lake Butler 496.2366
964.5065 Starke 964-6766
Eves.:9 4-4048 : Fl


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I News BriefsBicyclist I Union

StruckOn charged with causing the disturbance Paul David Kisher, 63, of Lawtey Thomas Leroy Darling, 26, of Mid- arrived overdose.and six suffered from an

by harrassing and threatening was charged on a capias with an ad-- dleburg was arrested July IS on a CountyAds
Two calls were for standby a
SIMOO West Lucian Blocker with a fir'urml ditional charge of lewd lascivious capias charging DWLS, according to and
fire six calls were
Ruby Bvllwood, 19, of Starke was according to Investigator David assault defined as sexual battery: Deputy Lee.FIIP four, were false alarms.
Aderholt. according to Deputy: Gene Lee. Thisis
!struck by a car July 15 while she was
on her bicycle on SIMOO west. Carroll was released after a $1,500 the third charge in a March 22 in- Steps Up QR-10

Hoi I wood was taken to Bradford surety bond was posted. cident. Bond was set at $3,000, he 55mph EnforcementA Five calls were answered by the
was released on his own Quick Response Unit during June,
Hospital for lacerations and a possible COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASE
Car special team of five of the
Boy Struck By recognizance. said Chapman.One .
fracture of the left hand according Florida Highway Patrol's aircraft,
to Paramedics Cliff Chapmanand On Oak Street Phillip Louis Lee, 20, of Lawteywas along with extra troopers, will be out call each to a grease fire fire
Bill O'Neal who responded to the arrested July 15 on a capias force the state in the next few structure fire, automobile ,
in over
4 of Plant City and call canceled !
accident. Salomon Newton charging violation of probation, according weeks. brush fire one was OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
was struck by a 1977 Chevrlet July 4 Located In Union County Times
to Investigator Aderholt.Lee 'B1 Commander
Troop Major Two Killers
as he attempted to cross Oak Street, building. Call for Information.
Hampton Man Charg(1With Patrolman John was released after a $500 surety Alvin P. Kdlin, Jr., has announced
to 4962261. tfn
AssaultA according bond was posh'd.Hnald that the Florida Highway Patrol is Get StaysA

Hodges.Newton was taken by Rescue to !stepping up its enforcement of the man convicted in a triple slayingat
25-year-old Hampton man was Bradford Hospital where he was ( David Scdgewick, 39, was 55mph speed limit.A Donut Lake on Jacksonville's INSURANCEMAINES
arrested July 12 and charged with taken by ShandsCair to Gainesville, arrested July 11 for burglary, attempted recent survey by the Federal westside and a man convicted of
aggravated assault. according to Paramedics Scott burglary, according to Lt. Government indicates that 48 percent murder in Union County, both INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.
The sheriff's department was call- Taylor and Curtis Crawford. John( Dempsey. Bond was set at of the people driving on scheduled to die July 15, in Florida's Main Street, Lake Butler 4963978.
ed to a residence on SR-18 east of thrown $5,000, Sedgewick remains in the Florida's highways are exceedingthe electric chair, were granted indefinite Complete Insurance Service 2tfree
Hampton where a confrontation( had Newton 10 feet was after the vehicle approximately struck custody of the county jail. 55mph limit. The niP is requesting stays of exectution by 4/10 17 then tfnLAND

taken place. Anthony Conrad Carroll Tefaris Chandler 17 that the motoring public federal judges.It .
him. Lemokio ,
was! later arrested at his home and was northbound on Oak St., tried to Traffic ViolationsLeonard help by maintaining the lawful speed was the first death warrants for FOR SALE

when the child walked in frontof limit. both Robert'Tinker' Parker, 31, and
stop William Sapp, 29! of Please remember to buckle up
Janet MrStarling him but could not and struck the Starke was arrested July 14 for no before driving off as the new 'beltlaw' resumed Raymond R.executions Stone, 47. Since in 1979 Florida, no LOTS. All lies from 1/2 acre to 9 1/2

child said (Hodges. There were no valid driver's' license (NVDL), according became effective July 1. The Death Row inmate has been executed cc,... Half acre lots start at 3195.
j jlIc. charges filed in the accident. to Patrolman W. It. Russell.
law all front seat
new requires on a first warrant. Easy owner financing, with 10 percent
Bond was set at $105, he was released passengers in cars, vans and trucks Stone was convicted of first. down. Located In Baker County on
Real Estate Broker Lawtey Man ArrestedFor on his own "recognizance. under 5,000 pounds to wear seat degree murder after he shot and CR229. Convenient to 110. RURAL

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY! Starke. TrespassingCurtis belts. Children under six years of dismembered a woman in Union REALTY. Call Jim Smith at 2593517.
.Large corner lot 2 bldgs. currently Ronnie Lee! Ferreira was arrested age must, at least, be in seat belts County August 23, 1974. 6/26 4tpd. 7/17
rented. 50000. Sumner Simmons, 19, was July 12 for driving while license and those under four years (of age Parker was sentenced to die for
-J BR 2Ba COUNTRY home. 29900. arrested July 11 for trespassingafter suspended (UWLS), according to must be in a federally approvedchild the shooting and stabbing death of
REDUCED TO $39,900: 1.8 ACRES warning, disorderly conduct, Marshal Tommy Kaulerson. lie was seat which is properly installedin 17-year-old Nancy Sheppard of FOR RENT

with older home beautiful pecan resisting arrest without violence, according released after' a $210 surety bond the vehicle.! Duval county.He .

trees to Lt. William Tillotson. was: posted. also was sentenced to life in TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
-15 ACRES: Older home and DW Simmons refused to leave a convenience Rescue Reports prison for the shooting and stabbing RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150

mobile home. 47500. store caused a disturbanceby John II. Laggins of Starke was arrested 89 Runs in June death of Miss Sheppard's boyfriend, Main Street, Lake Butler. Phone
11.9 ACRES I Well. 3 septic! tanks. ( throwing merchandise and July 12 for driving under influence Richard Padgett, and to 15 years in 496-2261 for Information. tIn
pond pole barn. $33,500S threatening people. according to Sgt. W. C. Bradford County Rescue responded prison on the third-degree murder of OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
ACRES $12,500, : 10 ACRES Bond was set at $!I00( he was Heno. Laggins blood alcohol contentwas to a total of 89 runs during the Ann Arnett also known as located In Union County Times Buildingat
month of June, according to Super Shirley 150( West Main. Call 496-2261, for
25000. Excellent Terms released on his own recognizance .10 percent, he was relelased ( Jody Dalton.
oSO Ae.$50OOO.. after :ir 2.65 bond visor Cliff Chapman. more Information. tfn
a > surety was
Recent ArrestsIn of the calls required the The killings, prompted by an unpaid Mobile Home-three bedroom, two bathon
((904)) 782.3931 posted. Fifty-two debt
happended Feb. 6,
P.O. M301S.loun.y Bradford CountyThe transporting of 57 patients and 37 required private property. Call 3963024.

Kverette' Frazier 21, of Starke no transporting. 1982.Parker's Itchg. 7/17
drug-dealing ,
following arrests were made was arrested July 14 for NVDL, according The back-up unit made three runs Sands also partner took
by local authorities in Bradford to Patrolman Marc and Rescue 60 assisted R-50 (Lake Tommy
part in the slayings and was sentenced -
I County. Devereaux. Frazier was released Butler) with two runs. PERSONAL SERVICES
3 Retail SpacesFor Gene L. Todd, 27, of Starke was ar- after a $105 surety bond was posted. The majority, 29, of the patients to death.
rested July 13 for disorderly conduct -
were taken to Bradford Hospital.Ten Bad Checks $150LessNo
according to Lt. John Lemp- Wonted-small chlldr.n to keep In Christian
I Gerald, Williams was arrested July were taken to Alachua General
Lease Bond was set at $150, he was Longer FeloniesThe home Lunch and snacks provided.Call .
sey. 15 for fleeing attempting to elude Hospital, four to North Florida
I Lori at 4962531. 7/17 llchg.
released on his own recognizance and DWLS, according to Investigator Regional Hospital, in Gainesville.One Bradford Office of the State

1,000, 1,250 & 2,750 sq. ft. I Aderholt. Bond was set at patient was taken to Memorial Attorney advises that bad checks
II I Clyde Lee Bridges of Slarke was $100.75. he was released on his own Hospital, one to Riverside and one to less than $150, in most( cases are MOBILE HOMESFor
arrested July 13 lor breach of the rccogniance.Louis St. Vincent's all in Jacksonville. now considered a misdemeanor.The .

Hwy 301 S. I peace, according to Patrolman Three patients were taken to new law effective July 1 states sal* three mobile homes, fair to
I Marc Devereaux. Starke police were J. Peoples of Keystone! Humana Hospital in Orange Park that bad checks more than $150 are good condition.. 2-two bedroom and
called twice to disturbances on N. Heights was arrested July 15 for and four were taken to the Reception now a felony, according( to In- 1 four bedroom 1 1/2 both S2.40O
964-8848 I Walnut St. where Bridges had been wilful-wanton reckless driving and Medical Center. vestigator Wiley Clark. Prior to July each while they last I Call 496-2366.

I drinking, said Devereaux. Bond was fleeing attempting to elude, accor- Sixteen calls were to people who 1 a bad check for $50 or more was a 6/l9chg/tfn
'tn I set at $150, Bridges was released on ding to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. were ill, nine were to cardiac patients felony.

his own recognisance. Peoples! was released after a $420.50 eight were to people suffering The office will continue to attempt NOTICE

-..-_----_._ surety bond( was posted. from trauma and ten were to people settling worthless check cases out of
CRYSTAL LAKE-----1 suffering trauma resulting from a court. However, neither that officeor
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub'milted
beautiful homes BLUEBERRIES David Kenneth Hay, 22, of vehicle accident. the court is a collection agency,
to the Union Times office
cedar or 4 Br 2 Ba. brick veneer U-Pick or We Pick on order Jacksonville was arrested July 16 Five people had respiratory pro- said Investigator Clark In writing and County paid in advance
oW. PRATT ST.: 3 I CHSA stove tor! \\illul-uniton reckless drivingand blems. One patient was a gun shot Individuals and businesses receiving unless credit is already establishedwith
retng microwave oven ceiling. fan Open 8.6 Mon-Saf lleeing attempting to elude, according wound victim and required worthless checks should also file this office.

two wind turbines 2:30-6:30 Sunday { to Patrolman K. H. Hinds. assistance as a result of fighting. in small claims court where it may THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
LAWTEY AREA: Beautiful 3 Br. 2 Ba Jr. Kay vv.is \traveling at excessive Two people were in an emotional be possible to collect if a settlementis RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

brick veneer.over 2,000 sq. ft.. Flo. Longneckers 4 miles West of' :speed ol 70 to KK) mph. crisis, four were dead when the unit not reached. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

room setting. in nicely landscapedchain Melrose or 2 miles East of .--- THE TELEPHONE.
link fenced yd.. "Must See. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.
Orange Heights 1.7 miles North
CENTER ST.: Excellent buy on this I NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
Br. 1 Ba. 525.000oHISTORICAL i (Co. Rood 1469)) LORIDA TORO PRICES SLASHED Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3 50

PROVIDENCE: 135 acre Signs then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
farm with. lovely large brick home Day Hours 468-2483 PEST AT FPC LAWN & GARDEN CENTER

with. all ammenities. Ige. pecan Afternoons 475-1151 or 473-2702
ONTROL 539 East Call Street Starke Phone 964-5745
trees has 4 MH rentals 2 stocked
"pd 7 3
fish ponds near 1.75 & 441.) -- -- -- cx1Nx lco
: Family living at

.is best good neighbors close to Dan Pike, Toro Rep., will be here Saturday, July 19. 9 to 4. OUT OF AREA
town. Don't miss this. 3 Br. 2 Ba. -
CH'A c b. priced low to mid. 50 s. Dan will be glad to talk with you and answer any questions .
'CR 225: Close to Prison. 2 homes to on power lawn equipment. Come In and see why Toro Is'' ?III I don't have It, I'll find it. Just
choose from. 3 Br. 1 Ba. 2 Br. I Ba.
Both come with CH'A. $Lr JJS such a terrific buy... especially at FPCS Special Prices. 496.2126 ask. JANE or 496.2903 S. USHER, .ves.REALTOR.YOUR


GRAHAM RANCHER: Over 1800 sq. On This Premium Model
ft. of formal country living wil all ammemties. -- $9 FOR SALE

Walk Behind Toro Rear
LAKE BUTLER: on S. Lake Ave ocF Bagger
across from school 3 Br 2 Ba. C B AGENT Ay1SaoN 420 John Deere 1450. 1T65 Mustangfor

recently RENTAL remodeled. TOUR GUIDE t Model 20672 3V2 H.P. engine 3 speed self-propelled, $150.ports 1975 or restore MG Midget, $800., $1,295.Dune Buggy.1982
AIRLINE RESERWIONISTSSTUT XR 100. $400. 1963 Plymouth slant'6,
WALNUT ST.4 plea plus 2 Br I Ba. Ep with blade brake clutch for safety
LOCALLY flU-TME/FUT-TIIK $350. Call 4962673. 7/17 I Itchg.
MH 78x210 lot with" parking garage ntM W UYE UH*COMP1TUS : 2 year warranty. NO
plus 3 Br. I Ba. frame Shopping. closeMATIIKU'SKKALTY FRANCIS U mnUUIN Beg. 539.95 jj ONY MONEYDOWN

III Madison: r

Starke, FL :32091)! A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL l Limited Supply-Hurry! '' I To Qualified Buyers Tim. Maintenance Man. Must have
: s\ and electrical
1-800-432-3004 trim carpentry some experience.
.xi.Tim !Ifil I. !i General maintenance from

I Assoc.lliirold; Kpps: !'M> -I1lilJ Accredit Mtmbir HHSCCQ = ff j TORO Model 16575 21" Cut 3Y2 H.P. lawn work to painting. Apply in person .
.. ,
-- ----- 8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through
y Push Model Side Discharge QCQ95 Saturday, Pines Mobile Home Park,
1 I -- / 2 Year Limited Warranty Only fL U 3 SRI21, lake Butler. References re
quired hard workers only. 6 5
tfnl chg.
TRIMMERS Chain saw, lawn mower and small
to S320 Off Toro TON
Up on SALE TOO! engine mechanic. Only experienced
need apply. Call 4962534. 8 a.m..5
The #1 Consumer Rated Riding Mower Popular Gas Powered Units p.m. R & J Saw Shop Worthington Spr
Ings. 7/17/tfn
J' Model TC 1000 Live-In' housekeeper. Unencumbered

16 cc engine lex. shaft salary free room and board. Call

JANE S. USHER NO -2YEAR'IJMITtD 4 light weight but handles Insuranc.496.3700.7/17 Sales Itchg.Agent N..d.d. Life.

Your Union County Realtor WARRANTY heavy grass andweeds agent with 218 license or 218 and 420

496-2126 or ,4962903360W. MONEYDOWN "Wii-**. property and casualty license. Needed
f'm-' n for expanding company and agency.
.Main St., lake Butler "J :
Guarantee salary plus commissions.'
FOR SALEWORTHINCTON to qualified buyers ,1 f 29 Please send resume to: P.O. Box 446
SPRINGS AREA lake Butler, Fl. 32054. 7/173tcig! 7-31
ask for details ",
Country homes with one or more acres "

-3 BEDROOM 2 BATH. CB home barn pool with 2 acres-6 acres-or 14 We Do TakeTradeIns J J1IIi\ HOMES

acres. Also spring fed fish. pond available. Extras include stone fireplace 1200 Government Homes from $1 (U repair).
CH/A, carpet dishwasher stove, ref drapes. Owner offers some finonc. 'IJ: Delinquent tax property. Reposses

ing. Ready for Immediate occupancy. A sions. Call 1(805)687.6000( ) Ext. H 1136
-3 BEDROOM, 1", BATH home and I acre in country setting with large oak I Month for current repo list 6/5 8tpd. 7/24
trees and large barn. Present VA mortgage is assumable with. proper

down payment. Available VA or Non VA applicant. OUT OF STATE PROPERTYNorth
-3 BEDROOM, IV BATH home, CH/A stove ref dishwasher. f PI (buck 271 320tOH
stove), carpet home looks brand new. Also extra large work shop that .is Off 27100 Off

enclosed and has approx. 1600 sq. It., with sliding garage door Ideal for Model #56125 Model #56170 \ Carolina MountainsOne
Model 56138 located in the
boat auto body work or possible cabinet shop. or home business venture good
Ready for Immediate, occupancy. 7 HP 25" Cut 8 HP 32" Cut Top of the Line 11 HP \ : access large trees covers this tract.
Owner needs to sell. $6500.
Pay $1,000
LAKE BUTLER Key-Lectric Start Recoil Start 1 C Engine 32" cut down assume 'loan.

ANTIQUE LOVERS DELIGHT One of a kind 2 story home built approx 5 Speed 2 Yr. Warr. 5 Speed 2 Yr. Warr.' Electric Start, more Chalet three bedrooms 2 balhs' 2
1896. Has 1 acre and lots of trees and shrubs. Excellent location. 2 blocks levels I mile from town, lovely set.
from Main Street. Owner will help In some financing.. Reg. 1159" Reg. 1259"" Reg. 1619"ONLY ting, large deck overlooking mountains

ACREAGE excellent location. Built-in
03 ACRES-paved road pine trees sev.rallarge oaks and old tobacco barn Model TC 3000 cabinets very private, all for $53,000.

Owner moved out of area has assumoble mortgage. 888 988 1299 24 cc engine straight Pay $3.000 down, assume loan.
04 ACRES-wooded has septic well and power pole. Ready for service shaft. Two acres short distance. from Murphy,
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I ObituariesJames .

Harold EuniceMr. Donnie MosleyMr. Fla., Mrs. Frances Tyer of Keystone July 10 in North Florida Regional Raymond Baer and Elder O. M. Yar- Survivors induce his son, John

James "Jimmy" Harold .Donnie Mosley,53,of Maxville Heights, Mrs Carol Wheeler of Hospital in Gainesville after a brief brough officiating, Burial was in Mt. Chicago, IL; threeIrothl'r,,
Eunice, Jr., 47, of Atlanta Georgia died Wednesday, July 9, 1986 at his Jacksonville and Mrs. Gale Fenderof Illness Zion Cemetery with Archer Funeral Eugene, Mt. Clemon, Mich. Oral,
died Wednesday, July 9 !in Grady home following a sudden illness.He Starke; seven sons, Dr. Henry Mr. Addison was born in Fit- Home of Lake Butler in charge of ar Roanoak, VA., and Bill, MISSOUII! I
Memorial Hospital t in Atlanta follow was born and raised in Max. Martin, Brunswick, GA, Billy Mar- zgerld., GA and lived most of his life rangements. three sisters, Pauline Lyncy Orl,>n
ing a long Illness yule and worked as a heavy equip- tin, Starke. Robert Martin, Lawtey, in Raiford. He was retired from do, Juan ty Minor, Mann, W VA
Born on September 8, 1938, Mr. ment operator for Gilman Paper Roy Martin, Gainesville, Douglas Fruit Growers Express, a veteran of French L. YeagerMr. Jouline Butler Missouri
Eunice moved to Atlanta 25 years Company. Mr. Mosley was a Thomas, Atlanta, Sammy Moody, WW II in the Navy, a member of French L. Yeager, 77, of Lake
ago from Lawtey. He was a self- member of Clay Hill Baptist Church. Starke, Jimmy Weir, Lake Butler; Brotherhood Railway Carmen of Butler died Wednesday, July 10 at Funeral services were held Satui
employed salesman and a memberof Survivors include his wife, Ruby; step-mother, Susie Owens; thirty- U.S. Local No. 553 in Jacksonvilleand the home of his son in Chicago, IL day, July 12 in the chapel of Archer
the Methodist faith. one son, Donald Eugene Mid- eight grandchildren and twenty-four a member of the Baptist faith. Mr. Yeager was born in Gallipolis Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
Survivors include his parents, dleburg; two daughters, Cynthia greatgrandchildren.Funeral Survivors include three sons, Ohio and lived most of his life in Rev. Donald Dalton officiating
Harold and Gertie,Junlce!: Lawtey; Darlene Mosley and Sheila Kay Ter services were held Sun Alfred J. and Edward M., both of Detroit, Mich. He was a coal miner Burial was in Dekle Cemetery In
a sister, Mrs. Connie Mosley, Mid- rell, both of Clay Hill; three day, July 13, at the Hope Baptist Raiford, Ernest J., Lake Butler; one and automotive mechanic. He mov- Lake Butler. Archer Funeral Home
dleburg; six brothers Gene, Sam. brothers, Earl, Maxville, Nathan, Church with Elder Harry Brooker sister, Sara Williams, Jacksonville; ed to Lake Bailer in 1981 was in charge of arrangements
my, & Roger, all of Lawtey; Emory Clay Hill and Charlie, Highland; two and Reverend Lester Austin officiating thirteen grandchildren and ten great
Dunnellon; Phil, Lake City, and sisters, Hazel Griffis Highland Bell Burial was in Hope grandchildren.
Julius Cemetery with Archie Tanner Funeral services held Sun
Starke; several nieces & Rosier six grandchildren.Funeral were
nephews. services; were held Saturday Funeral Home of Starke in charge of day, July 13 in the First Baptist ar.14iui
arrangements. Church of Raiford with Rev. Steve
services were held in
July 12 at the Clay Baptist
Long Branch Baptist Church on Church with the Reverends Bill Hen- Haskell officiating. Burial was in \
Saturday, July 12, with Reverend dricks and Lester Austin officiating. Card of ThanksThe Sapp Cemetery in Raiford with Ar :1; ;l 4fi
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin
Edgar Wilkerson conducting the ser Branch
Burial was In Long
family of Mrs.
vices. Burial was in Long Branch Cemetery in Maxville with Archie Roberts would like to than charge of arrangements.
Cemetery under the direction of Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in
for their kind
everyone expressionsof
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Henry Shepherd Roberts
charge of arrangements.
love, prayers, flowers and food Mr.
Henry Shepherd ( )
during the loss of wife and Shep
Bernard II. Musleh our Roberts, 97, of Lake Butler died

Bernard H. Musleh, Jr., 55, of Mary Elizabeth Wood mother.We would like to extend a special Thursday, July 10 in Tanglewood
Melrose died Thursday, July 10 in Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wood, 77, of thanks to the Bradford County Convalescent Center in Lake City ; i iI'
Alachua General Hospital, Starke died Friday, July 11 in Sheriff's Department and to Dr. after an extended illness i:
Gainesville, following a long illness. Whispering Pines Care Center of Pete Gianas.Also a special thanks to Mr. Roberts was a lifelong resident =
Born on December 12, 1930, Mr. Starke following a long illness. Archie Tanner Funeral Home and of Union County and a retired
Musleh moved to Melrose nine years Mrs. Wood was born and raised in Staff. farmer. He was a member of The
ago from Jacksonville. He was a Elkin,W. Virginia.She was a cook at Donald Roberts and children First Christian Church of Lake
member of Trinity Episcopal D.E. College and Memorial Hospitalin Butler. I 1 1' I I
Church; A.T.S.E. Local No. 115; Elkins before moving to Starke Card of ThanksThe Survivors include his wife, Annie
Morocco Temple; Keystone Shrine and was a member of the Methodist Croft Roberts; two daughters, Reva.R. __
Club family of Mr. & Mrs. Harold O'Steen, Providence, Mondell R.
; Stage technician theater
( ) faith.
and Gertie Eunice wishes to express Blackwelder, Winter Haven three J5 | WhirlpoolAIR
Air Force Veteran of the Korean Survivors include three sons, ; |
their gratitude to all their friends for
War (1951-54); a graduate of Andrew Charles Robert, Lexington, NC'I sons, Herman S., Lake Butler, D. R.
Jackson High School and attendedthe James M., Wichita, Kansas and loss their of prayers our son and and support brother during the (Witty), Lake City and William E., I 5,000 BTU Air Conditioner
Univ. of Florida. John M. of Elkin, W. VA.; one Jimmy Lake Butler; fourteen grand
Eunice feinxe Cab c<
Survivors include his wife,Tinker, daughter, Jean Shannon of Starke; Thank children, thirty five great o
Melrose; step-daughter, Dorothy O, ten grandchildren and one great youIJames grandchildren and four great-great I Ill II 1Ghirlp6ul arilstable e'

Musleh, Jacksonville; sister, June grandchild. Matthew AddisonMr. grandchildren. 3 speed (ion
Faircloth, Jacksonville; one niece Funeral services will be held Funeral services were held Satur- ,
and two nephews. Tuesday, at Thomblyn Funeral James Matthew (Doc) Addison day, July 12 in the First Chirstian Insta-Mount: 'or I Lr t 'I I il
Funeral services were held Mon Home in Elkins, W. VA. with burialin 70, of Raiford died Thursday, Church of Lake Butler with Rev.-

day, July 14, in DeWitt C. Jones I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Archie Tanner AIR CONDITIONER
Chapel with Rev. Fred Yerkes con- Funeral Home of Starke is in
ducting the services. Burial was in charge of local arrangements. CLOSE' OUT 'SPECIALSG.E.
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof 4.000 BTUY..G.$188, Whirlpool 12,000 BTU. .$488

Keystone Heights.In Thelma Thomas HEAR BETTER! FeWm4,600BTUMo.$138 Fedders 18,000 BTU. $438
lieu of flowers, donations( may Mrs. Thelma Thomas, 73, of '
be made to the Melrose Trinity Par. Starke died Tuesday morning, July G.E,6,000BTU$278 Fedtfers 24,000 BTU..5698
rish House Building Fund. 10, 1986 at North Florida Regional
Hospital in Gainesville following a
Jack RyalsMr. brief illness.

Jack Ryals, 65, of Lawtey, Mrs. Thomas was a lifelong resi- Attend Our 1 DWIIIUJ
died suddenly at his home Saturday. dent of Bradford County. She was a "
Born in Naylor, GA, and a former homemaker and a member of the
resident of Jacksonville, he movedto Baptist faith.Survivors Better-Hearing Workshop l" )
Lawtey five years ago. He was a include her husband, .. GAS GRILLS
member of the Arlington Congregational Carl; four daughters, Mrs. "' "'''''mr -
Church, past-president of the Margaret McRae of Marco Island, t""- 1-":' E CluSI/e Roto.AJ3.jt.,
North Jacksonville Rotary Club, a Do You Hear But Have Trouble \ / Aernlnme deal P .t 1'\
I Paul Harris Fellow, a former about ,)ucaneoo'" ,8" .
moderator of the Diaconate Morn- ?
Card of ThanksWe Understanding -
ingside Congregational Church anda grill cover
Veteran of WW-II. would like to take this opportunity Do You Have Ringing or Hear Noises? a
Survivors include his wife, Evelyn to thank everyone for the with purchase
Ryals; a daughter, Mrs. Bonnie prayers, flowers, food and other acts Are You Having Trouble with Your

King, Lawtey; three sons Jack Lee, of kindness shown us during the Present Hearing Aid? ,
I Melbourne, Richard John, and Tonyof death of our loved one. $500FF
Jacksonville; two sisters,
r ..Elizabeth.>!: Brew.. amLMr. Ea Thanksateo: to Brother: Raymond '
\ Bass; three brothers, John, Henry, Baer andlEWer: d'.NUYar'6rough: Tor Then you "are invited to attend one of the
I, and Lester; ten grandchildren. conducting the services.A FISH COt1KER? .356 TWIN BURNER.$93 I
following Hearing Clinics: FRIDAY, JULY 18 and
Funeral services were held Tues-
day in the Chapel of George H. special thanks goes to Doyle Ar- SATURDAY, JULY 19 from 10:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m. |
Hewell and Son Northside Funeral cher and his staff and the
Home with Rev. Val Sundt of Tanglewood Nursing Home. Your on Friday and 10:00: a.m. to 3:00: p.m. on Saturday '
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ficiating. Burial was in Baxley, GA consideration and thoughtfulness at KOCH'S DRUG STORE, 166 W. Call Street
I In lieu of flowers, memorials may helped make it easier for us to bear ,
I'' be made to Joslin Diabetes Institute, our loss. Starke, Fl. Saae &e-ceyda y With Saua e7sj'ryB
Boston, Mass. Family of Shep Roberts

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LB Hospital team set toFrom go to districtFernando's 2x2x2

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I'axe 4. who blasted the ball over the left again (Fernando's two runs. Left fielder JW took top
one at !short !stop and Barnett caughton field fence for his second homerun of defeated them by a score of 21.7 in honors defensively as he figured into \ Good thru July 31, 1986
ut third. the game. the first meeting) and just miss six outs, but Fernando's gave right &GirisOLays
I.Illl knew how quickly the score A double by Kish wound up sending them at a score of 32. fielder Crawford a work out also as f
could change if Harris had an inning him to third, but he was caught The grueling defensive contestsaw he figured into 4 outs. Short stop "f
like LBH's first one, so they kept on there by the third out and LBh was LBH score first in the third Inn- Esford and first baseman Sams also $ Coat
the pressure and scored three more on top again with a score of 76. ing and maintain their one-run advantage figured into 4 outs each. Away
runs in the fourth inning. The fourth inning saw neither until the sixth when Fernan- Third baseman Barnett and left 1 II (Plus Service Charge)
E.sford! singled, but was forced out team score as Kish caught a fly ball do's posted two runs to take the lead. center Kish figured into 2 each -
on second by a single by TW to the in left center field and Esford caught' LBII evened the socre up again in while pitcher Dillow, secondbaseman $QOO 2
their half of the sixth, butFernando's TW and right center Prit- ,, l Pay every Weeks
chett each chalked 1. \
posted one run in the up
seventh and threw on a tough Bi-weekly payments MUST be made or
_Tj.J.: :ii-i defense to hold LBH in the seventh On To District "., t merchandise will be returned to stock!
and finsihed up by the narrow LBH will travel to Melborne this
margin of 1 run at 32. weekend to play in the district ClassC KENWIN SHOPS
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Butler Hospital's! team during the sub-district! tournament held this I. ",,:,, "

weekend Dillow also in Lake tied City.for third place with Doug Barnett in runs scored with 6. .
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pitcher. JW flew out to left field. line drive at short stop. TW pickedup / .
;y Sams singled and Kish doubled to a ground ball at second and sent it
send TW home. to Esford on the bag for the final out. 1 1. 1 J... 1 1.pt.r.
Pritchett singled to send in both The fifth Inning saw Fernando'sbats "
Sams and Kish. Lester Johns hit a alive of 1 .
come as a smattering V 7J// I
line drive to the third baseman ;!J( i
to singles, doubles, a homerun and one I .
0$1 end the inning with a score of 171. triple sent 13 runners over the plateto II i.c:' //f.. t f'S '-( / .
The first Harris batter hit aground make the score 20-7 with LBH 'l" ,, .., ... ..)....A '" .
ball to left center and Kish down by 13.Barnett .J : .> 7T > ':
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out. Crawford ,
caught a fly on second for the first out and Kish /h, I 1\\' .
ball in right field and Barnett caughta and Crawford each caught fly balls ;, ::1// : j."
line drive at third to leave the for the next two outs. ;' I CAROLINA'I\ m\ 4'I ) ,
score at 17.1 at the end of the fourth. Neither team scored in the sixth .UM I MEDIUM I KNUCKLE GREEN 7
,, Barnett and Clark singled and inning as LBH turned a double flay 1: COLLARD } I II YELLOW Pi1":l\ HULL Il.i.'. I .
Dillow doubled in the fifth inning, after Pritchett caught a fly ball I GREENS 1\ PEACHES OKRA % PEANUTS
but a double play by Harris ended the first out. Second baseman TW : ONIONS PEAS I i
the LBH half of the inning with a picked up a ground ball and taggedthe $ -825 IJ -: 1 4 LBS. [ .
score of 171. bag, then sent the ball to Samson : I 49cBunch 9.-. ..: .
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LBH returned the favor in the Harris the seventh as Sams picked up a ,1 1\ J.I ,n $1 \''',: \ ''I A POUND '
ground ball at first and tagged the J I, J
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turned a double for the second and bag.LBH ( ,p J
turned a third double play for ,. \ "I J'' -.. 1
third outs. I'" 011'1.' ," 1"1')" '" "'I'I I" II" ,I \ .
Kish caught a fly ball at left center the game when Esford tossed a ,
snagged grounder to TW on second : '\. m."t" ;<'k!;! '\ ;
for the first out. The second Harris ,. l j\f''l\! :lit ':
who fired it off to Sams on first for ',;;:- t "" ,.. ''fi
batter walked and the third hit ; ,
a the final out, leaving the score at 21.7 '" ;0. J., ,, .. fJ""l1\t' J iI "" ',.:.
ground ball to short stop Esford. He .;;.p.l" ". t .r. B I .
,. tossed it to TW on second, who immediately with LBH down. W'.. .. ,;;:If. (1 ', '. ki 1 ..... .. 'J..'? ; -1 ., >#' /. .*+''i;
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'{ Sams on first for a beautiful double one as their bats died on them and .a. ____.." '" ,.,:; \
:- play which ended the fifth with LBH Fernando's poured on the defense to ::I:: 0r ... """" "I \i"f" .

j I. still up by 16 runs at 171. maintain the lead. ;' .' {iM 1rff''f7li ICh.l':) (" JJ ; ,: ; /
Harris managed to shut out LBH \ \ \ /. It
LBH 23 Brick 16 '
once again in the sixth inning, \\ ,,131"" .
although Kish singled and Sams LBH hit their stride again against -===::;3"c I
doubled, it just wasn't enough to Brick Electric in the third game of r"
overcome a scrambling Harris the tourney, as they took it 2316.
defense. The score was tied at 3.3 after
Three fly balls ended Harris' Brick put up three runs and Dillow. '
hopes in the sixth as Kish caught two Esford and TW sprinted across the FULL CUT LONDON TOP EYE OF FRESH FRESH
at left center and JW caught one in plate for LBH. BONELESS i;
left field it looked very much like a The second inning saw some good ROUND ROUND GROUND GROUND
route as the sixth Inning ended with defensive work shut out Brick while ROUND BRIL
LBH up by 17 runs at 181. LBH added 3 more runs as the workof ''. STEAK I ROAST ROUND'' BEEF
Harris came back in the seventh to Dillow, Esford and Barnett. ; STEAKS ,
4 play more like the tough team they The third inning ended with LBH
4 are as they held LBH to one run and up by a score of 10-6 when Pritchett, 99$29L} ; t
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y Johns went offset to the first LBH on an lead error and scored three. runs while Brick scored only : (,B, &&m ,\I LD.S .

,' Barnett singled to advance him to The fourth inning was LBH's big ... I 1\.1, I"" ..,,,. j\\ .r .
third. Osborne hit a short one to the one with seven runners crossing the
third baseman who fired it off to se- plate (JW TW, Kish, Crawford, II! ; ." ,. "" ( '':7. : ;f, 'I :J:,..r'q'" '' :
cond to pick off Barnett and then Barnett, Osborne and Clark) while ''' ;.,, ?,'J ", J
Osborne himself on first, but Johns Brick only scored six to leave ths ."" ,. > "w' ;, 'i ..'S' D ,--1'. """..'it I.. ,' ,,,,i 3
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went home on the play to bring the score at 19-14 for LBH. k '" t
score to 181. Esford and TW scored in the fifth "
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" ditch effort when six singles and 2 made it home on their half of the inn < : ." < :-.....:,...'"\ ....'Jl :., ..
LBH errors sent a total of seven runners X, I \ -.- Zt'
T over the plate to bring the score ing.Dillow, Barnett Osborne and j ., .....-: -..: ( '$,
to 188. Clark scored in the sixth while Brick .',. ::.- f
k,.jjf; Pitcher Dillow picked up a ground only put up two and LBH held Brick 4' ""\. .-,';/' 'OY ..::- \; .
:! ball and sent it to first baseman scoreless in the seventh to sew the 'r.- == '
Sams for the first out while Kish and game up at 23-16. 'll .JljtJl'.o.I\t\' \NUIII'\ \"'"! n" I q, r I'' .., ,j( 1 ,, II I"HIIIII" ''l \ t 1',1(.' :L '1.:. ,)
Pritchett caught a fly ball each to Barnett led scoring with 4 runs .: / S! If
', end the game with LBH still up by 10 and Dillow, Esford, TW and Osborneall rT. : I ,{ OUNCE MEDIUM r/I{;' FRESH: ,i
at 18-8. posted 3 runs. Crawford and : FLORIDABAHAMALOBSTER "'I l..?
Clark had 2 each and JW, Kish, and : ,
'.,,' Fernando's 21 LBH 7 Pritchett all had one apiece. ''I TAILS I PINK SHRIMP CROAKERS 1:: : '.
Fernando's TV had fifth inning First baseman Sams led defensive
a big -
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took the lead after the fourth and
made it 7-6, but the spectacular fifth LBH came back to beat Harris
inning for Fernando's killed their Funeral Home with a score of 7-6 in ))1.
y, chances. their fourth game of the day.

Two singles and two homeruns Their depth really paid off here as ., .... .. [ '
sent four runners home for Fernan- all seven runs were scored by seven ,', ) +" "4
do's in the first inning, while Dillow different players. Dillow Esford: :
singled, Esford walked and TW TW, JW, Sams, Kish Crawford andBarnett fi
smashed a homerun over the centerfield all made it home for LBH, ..
fence to send in.both. runners. maintaining the lead throughout the i
ahead of him. game, although the score remained IIIIAlTmlltm+>
JW whacked out a solo homerun to close through the whole. : i UIUnJ : .
tie the score at 44. First baseman Sams again led WE .
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short Esford and left fielder JW
plate in the second on two singles stop
and a walk. Second baseman TW, each figured into 4, left center Kish tI ACCEPT SALE PRICESORAN'S ',
right fielder Crawford and right and right center Pritchett each : GOOD THRU ,
center Pritchett all caught fly balls firgured into 3 and right fielder i I FOOD WED., JULY 23 .f{
for the outs.Singles Crawford was responsible for 2 outs: 1 "THE STORE THAT ELIMINATES
by Osborn and Clark in the 3 STAMPS
LBh half of the second didn't score_ Fernando' 3, LBH 2 j 1 THE WAREHOUSE & THE MIDDLEMAN"i 1J

any runs and left Fernando's up by 1 LBH came back to play i -- .

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singles and an error, but LBh turned ;"r'1"tF" z U.S. 301 South J .
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send him home. Tw trotted across f .j ,tJtlt' 4

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