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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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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JUL 02 '086

t'. "\; 4'ke Bradford C0tfi .
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Two Sections \ JOF, FIXHISTORY ,,
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SICTION'' Ai 13 .P.a.. SINCE 1879 ,
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No .' Social New.. H'.W': :.Pafl.5,'.' .
change. Just hot, humid summer weather with ad 20-30 ..'. .1.) .. W,'':. HA
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cent chance of scattered, mostly afternoon and evening thunderPublic Notice'\i .:> . . Pag* 10 f IS V"i'$4c'showers g
is the prediction for the weekend. r 'r
Lows in the 70s and highs in the 90s are the word. A low of 69 but SECTION Bi 12\Foget i ) ;!' -

100 percent humidity was predicted for today (Thursday, June 20)' Gun. .
and at Blooding! ,, Pag .IB'y
dead calm winds. Friday should see 50 percent humidity and SS Musical. .,... '. ?. ;.Pag,,* 4B,. /00 .
.' winds at 7 mph from the south. to
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Rainfall, despite last week's rains, remains well below normal Deathi. _. '.",
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7,12B
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. The rains averaged from 2-4 Inches around
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county, with little or Fatal, Wreck. .Pag 9B 1 LlR OF 92
no flooding. June's rainfall average Is 7.07 inches. Se.uaIBott.ry. . . ,Pag.9 B .1., The 1 aG ie
3O-yearaverage rainfall January-June is 23.86 inches. Some 15 in Wont Ad.. . . Pages 10,118 : ; Sweetes y0 vC a 5t Of Heaven
ches of rain has been recorded to date in 1985. "
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meet Monday, June 24, at 7 p.m.
for its regular meeting. The :.t ij: ':,' Could Mean .

meeting is a week late, and was
delayed due to closing out the 84-85

budget year.
The Bradford County Zoning

Board will meet Tuesday, June 25,
at 7 p.m. At -
The Starke Zoning Board will r : Industry HereAfter i

p.m.meet next Thursday, June 27, at 7

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Hey Kids...! Tuesday, June 18, want," Mixson said of DOC
ceremonies with Lt. Gov. Wayne employees. Thus, Dept. of Com-
Join your friends for a summerof Mixson, Starke is officially a Blue merce officials knew how to
fun at the Bradford County Chip Community as recognized by prepare, what is required, how to
Public Library:. I the state Department of Commerce. talk to an industrial prospect. DOC
The library summer program [_ Successfully competing for new in- thus can tell a local community,

began Tuesday,July 18. ; 4_ 1 dustry in Florida is a city-by-city effort such as Starke how to prepare to
Children n1.Vr d 4y meet a and off look-
ages 3-12 are invited. and the blue-chip program prospect come
Thursday June 20, children ages outlines the way a community can ing good.

6-12 are invited to attend the "...put its best foot forward," said Mixson likened the effort to lure

library's program "Pom Pom Crit- Mixson. industrial prospects to having a foot-
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ters. Mixson handed a plaque to 1984 ball on the one yard line. Each
Programs for children 3-5 are set Chamber of Commerce presidentJ lineman must do his part to get the
each Tuesday at 10 a.m. Tomlison, president of the football into the end zone.
Children ages 6-12 are invited to v Florida National Bank at Starke, at "Everybody must do his part," Mix-

attend the Thursday programs at noon Tuesday. It completed some 10 son said, adding, "Our people don't
10 a.m. acA months of hard work by a number of like to lose."

For more information. phone Chamber committees composed of Florida is the fastest growing
9646400. 40 local businessmen, community market in the U.S., and has the
c leaders, and officials.It number business climate and
one ,
Minister of Year...? means, said Mixson, that Starke the fastest growing population, Mix-

The Kiwanis Club of Starke is and Bradford County are preparedto son said.
present its best appearance to a Competition comes from ,
sponsoring the 3rd annual Ministerof Georgia
the Year Award. 1I possible industrial Commerce North Carolina, and South Carolina,
The club requests all interested that the Department of not from other states further away.
persons to write, In their own will have the local community in Mixson praised Starke for its effort -
mind when suggesting loca-
words why they feel their ministershould possible to establish a Santa Fe Com-
tions to industrial .
receive this award. Theyare prospects.StarkeBradford munity College here. Educating
asked to include what the County Is the young people right at home is points
fourth city-county in the state so
toward getting industry because
minister has done for his church
and community. The letters of recognized. Previously designatedas prospective employees can be
Blue Chip communities were Pen-
limitedto taught necessary skills right here.
recommendations should.be
sacola, New Smyrna Beach and St.
several short paragraphs or less. Augustine. Lt. Gov. Mixson was "I understand the city and county
Deadline is Friday, July 5. Mail making the rounds to officially work very well together here Mix-

entries to: Kiwanis Club of Starke, lrt recognize four new Blue Chip com- son said, adding that is a ',...very
P.O. Box 125, Starke, FL 32091. muntles Tuesday, and visited necessary message:"

St.Augustine before Coming to Mixson pointed to a recent decision -
''Starke. Thus: St.Augustine is third by,the..federal government to ,
JuncC.oU: ; ::M.xe ... 'r. '.fid-" ,S&rk'fourth.'Mtxaon: : ,lelt: ,,locate m foOermtvnaafrin'MminffiiutftMixaon's .. ..11 4 I
The June Mixer of the Chamberof 'kt7LRiverside Starke for Gainesville and Palm home town, came after 700

Commerce, will be hosted Tues- Coast.It townpeople gathered to express
took 10 months to prepare all the almost unanimous support for the
day, June 25, from 5:30: p.m. to 7p.m. '
date to be
required
recognized as a project.
by the Florida National Bankof
Blue Chip Community The criteria communities, such as
Starke at Its new branch on Orlando
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south Walnut Street.Refreshments .. ....,....- :dlq r. I economic included forming an active have adequate means to
will be served. development organization hire a fulltime staff to pursue in-
assessing and improving com- dustry. But in small communities,
Uniforms Donates $5,000... munity appearance, recreation and such as Starke, the work has to be

C of C Seminar Set Riverside Uniform donated $5,000: to the project currently Uniform, presented the check to Dr. Harvey Sharon, cultural activities, compiling a community done by community leaders and
under way to make the old 1902 courthouse into a dean of development at SF'CC.l\Jonday morning on the data package, forming an voluntary officials. The Blue Chip
On Managing$$... Starke branch of Santa Fe Community College. old courthouse site. At len Chamber Executive Mike existing industry program, forming Program is a means of marshalingthe
'ooney. At right is Dr. Bernard McFadden, director of a local finance committee, and Iden- effort and talent necessary. And, v
The next seminar/luncheon tifying available industrials sites local business with stake in the
spon- Dale Holloway, general manager of Riverside the SFCC Starke program. ; a
sored by the Starke-Bradford County _. and buildings. game, can do as good a job of getting
Chamber of Commerce is set ...... U "'Y-L'.: A "...an internal self-improvement industry, as the big cities, Mixson

Thursday, June 27 from noon until .. .. program, a marshaling of the
1 p.m. at the Fried Chicken Fac- .. ,>.\\o.(';. : forces," is the way Mixson described said.He sees Starke as exercising

tory. ', the Blue Chip program to some 50 orderly growth, but no big explosionhere
Topic will be financial management I '<;: : ''.' people, including Chamber and even though there is rapid

planning, and budgeting. The !: elected officials, gathered for a growth all around, such as in Clay

program will 6e presented by Med .' '..' .... ., .Iwa Stare Tuesday morning. in the County and in Live Oak. t
of Kraft .''J ." Woman's Club. Mixson basic
\rfOn IU/, retired president ). "'':\' r ,: .' sees industry com
Foods, and Eddie Douglas, a certified .' ..",:.:"." .. .. .\ ;1 '.it o11 The state Department of Com- ing to Starke and Bradford County,
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public accountant with Davis, ::-:': -,' J" ;' merce has teams going out every rather than an explosion of
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Monk & Farnsworth. 1,,;:. ., '". t t. .. week to talk to industrial prospects sophisticated high tech industry, a
Contact the Chamber office, ... about relocating to Florida "It's a promise he says has been overextended
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We know what .
they
phone 964-5278, for reservations. language.



Free Firewood... 1'i
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Stock up for the winter with free Hired Killer Talks

oak firewood. "k' "- _____. ,
40 acres of cut wood is being
away for pickup three miles southof
Starke on US-301. Phone Gilbert

Crosley,468-1551, for directions. i r,' To Escape Chair'John


SREC Has Moved...
Wayne' is no hero in Starke, answering macnine that Hearn had
The new address of the Com- John Wayne Hearn that is. set up in suburban Atlanta. Hearn's
munity Outreach Center and the 'ii, 1 Hearn pled guilty last week to the services were required to get Wat-
Homemakers' Office of the Suwannee Bradford County murder of Joe son's two children from her former
River Economic (SREC) is 133 Banister and guilty this week to the husband who had legal custody and
West Call Street, the Hollis Knight Alachua murder of Cecil Batie. had removed them from Watson's
Building next door to The Hearn was sentenced for the home Oct. 31.
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Telegraph.For w Banister murder by Circuit Judge R. After receiving Banister's re-
questions, please phone :Ji'. ; \\1 Hearn to Gainesvilleand
any quest, came
...t.1J/Ior.' <:>>:I A. "Buzzy" Green to life in prison
964-6696. with a minimum 25 years without the situation escalated from a

parole. A life sentence is expected in kidnapping to murder.
Dance... First Baptist Becomes Visible in SFCC Parking llot... the Alachua murder case but he will Batie was killed Jan. 6 at 5 a.m.
Square
not be sentenced until he makes Subsequently and partially becauseof
Commissioner Charles Schaefer watches as on Baptist Church and Florida National Bank at Starke
City
of the monthly square Hearn's involvement with Mrs.
The date to
testify against
dance at the Kingsley Lake Civic of the final walls of the former Green Family Buildings become visible from Call Street. four good co-defendants on a promise in the murder- Banister it was decided that Joe
Center has been changed to the goes down In the new SFCC project parking lot. With County trucks; are expected in Monday to finish for-hire Banister would be killed on Feb.2 by
of each month. the walls of the burned-out buildings down, the First clearing debris and county equipment will tear up the case. Hearn
first Saturday concrete of the floors of the former stores. In exchange for his pleas and his
The date was changed to the first promise to testify against his codefendants After Banister's killing, Alachua
Saturday of the month because Hearn was guaranteedby and Bradford County Investigators
local dancers found out there is a the prosecutors that they won'tseek joined forces and Hearn was

square dance in Jacksonville on the SFCC Project Finish Moves loser the death penalty. Charged in developed as a suspect along with
second Saturday, according to.. the Alachua murder is Marlene Sims Mrs. Banister and the entire Sims
organizer Millard Brown. Watson; her sister Debra Banister; Following a paper trail until
Ken Perez of Jacksonville is The last wall of the old buildings in the Call Street classrooms which are expected to open for class this and Watson's and Banister's Marc 14 when Hearn was arrestedin

caller for the square dances, which parking lot of Starke Center of Santa Fe Community fa II. Twenty-sii different courses are expected to be of- parents, Franklin and Iris Sims.If Texas, investigators were able to

begin at 8 p.m., at the main stream College came tumbling down Tuesday morning June fered.A Hearn refuses to cooperate, the develop a case against him not onlyin
donation by Riverside Uniform to the SFCC
level. 18something some pessimists doubted would ever $5,000 state will be free to seek the death Florida but also In Texas for a
leaves the project some $119,500
Starke Center project
morVinformation contact total of three homicides. Subsequently
Millard For Brown, phone 964-7955 County equipment is due in Monday morning to haul short of reaching its goal date.of having$750,000 contributed penalty.Much remains to be told In the kill- cases were developed

away debris left and to begin tearing up the concrete by the the completion if could have all the ings by Hearn. Banister Is scheduledfor against the rest of the participantsand
floors of former downtown stores. A crew of prison In- "It would be really great we arrests were made.
the calendarand
Beautification... trial on July court
On money by the time we move In, says Dr. Harvey who is the of the
mates and city workmen headed by City Commissioner the total mystery may come to Hearn, custody
dean of who is responsiblefor
"Bradford County- Growing More Charles Schaefer has been dismantling the former Sharon'SFCC development, light at that time. Reception and Medical Center, has
for the The Florida Na-
Beautiful Every Day" and the Old Green Family buildings since June 3. The partially raising the money donated project. the i The scenario, according to the agreed to cooperate with the prosecution
Communit
1902 Courthouse is the tnscripUonon : burned out buildings were all that was left of former tional Bank atitarke with other$100,000 businesses and In- Bradford office of the state attorney, and tell| the truth in all
car tags and bumper stickers. Call Street stores which burned Sept. 10, 1978 in a state Bank making 80.000,the remainder of the$600,000-plus began last fall when Hearn was subsequent court proceedings and
The tags and humner stickers are historic downtown fire The Telegraph termed ,the dividuals up' advertising "security services" In must still face homicide charges in

on sale at the Chamber of Com- worst city fire in 30 years. already raisedA under now for businesses surroundingthe Soldier of Fortune magazine. Hearn Texas.
merce office or from members of The 125-by-220 foot property, bought May 31 from the move SFCCetnter Is way to brick their walls with the same called his firm World Security Scheduled today, June 20, la a
the Highway eauWlcation Com- Lex Green Family for $140,000, will be made into a new the old courthouse. Group and the ad offered 'ex- bond reduction hearing for the four'

mittee: Reggie Flynn, Bevecaly 76-space parking lot for SFCC students.The parking lot brick used on project is seen by proponents as the anchor Marine, Nam vets, weapons remaining defendants inn the
SFCC
McGee, Norman Doan, osl Christy clearing opens a new vista for downtown Starke with The downtown redevelopment project. specialists available high risk Alachua murder case Hear.bu
the First Baptist Church and Florida National Bank to the prpjKlSed merchants wUl meet In early July fore final assignments In U. S. and overseas.' agreed to testify at that heating
TrSndS raised will be used In the now clearly visible from busy US-301. Call- Street Debra Banister contacted Hearn

beautification of median strips on An August 1 completion date is set for the $750,000'project (See SFfCC PrOJCCt..P.2A) by leaving message on a telephone (see Hired Ki11er...PaA) 4
tJS-301. to turn the old 1902 courthouse into seven

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vote on whether to proceed with that $500,000 project. StAugustine. Weaver, who prepared the petition says j f I WEE JG1tJ'OUr I WITH] SOME
The downtownJSUrke Improvement project Is head- downtown Starke should receive the historic deslgnaf'> SV
ed by the Downtown Progreq( Committee of the tion.
Starke-BradfordlChamber Commerce which has y
met for over a year. So far, downtown merchants and Joint Effort... 0
property owners have agreed to spend$15.000 to have The SFCC project, revitalization of the centrals % a .
the central downtown renovation planned- T e"area jw downtown streets, and project to have the historic _
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consists of Call Street between t1S-3)1and( the railroad,. designation are seen, by proponents, as working
and Thompson and Walnut Streets between Madison''( together, to improve the image of downtown Starke.
and Jefferson Streets. <''f 6 I
It.,1s hoped the college students and improved appearance -
Engineer' Jim Robinson and landscape,engineer 01 the downtown will bring in new businesses (
Nancy Jenkins of Harland and Bartholomew, a' and shops. 41 JUNE 20-22
Jacksonville firm specializing in renovating historic p o
districts prepared six different plans for the proposed The Backers... :j 4 d
At
downtown Q
improvement The
project. DPC and'downtown
,Developer Guy Andrews, a long-time former
less merchants by a process of elimination of member of the board of directors of SFCC, and E.L. Salted or Unsalted Your Nearby
desirable ideas, first eliminated three plans, then
(Gene) Matthews of The Telegraph have been the
recently met on the three and gave direction to ramrods behind the SFCC 1
engineer Robinson to come back in July with one planon project.J.E. 5-988 GOLD KIST STORE, .
Tomlinson Florida
president of the National
which a final vote will be taken. JL 16
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Bank
at Starke and 1984 president of the Starke-

Historic Starke... Bradford Chamber of Commerce, took off from the \ l The Best!
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SFCC project with a list of 14 objectives, including the
Call Street district, the heart of Starke since the revitalization of the downtown and having the town Regular$2.19
1850s, may: be placed on the National Register of designated a Blue Chip Community by the Florida S 70712.10 O
Historic Districts, if an application to the state Boardof Department of Commerce.The 7071233 Premium 1
Archives is approved as expected.A Blue Chip designation, see another story for Super 12M10W40 $ 28
$3,000 survey of the downtown area to see how well details was received June 18.Final st mm caHANDY
the Call Street area qualifies for a historic district vote on the downtown revitalization is coming ,
designation? has been carried out by Jim Weaver of up in a few weeks. HORSE FEEDS' !


Hired Killer. I\ NEW SO!Ib bags "' Regular $1.19, RegularSouthem
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It has been incorrectly reportedthat spiracy to commit first degree Bradford County case. This decision i SALE *5S50Lb..
Assistant State Attorney Ken murder in Alachua County, for is strictly Judge Sanders'. _t \I HERBICIDE
Hebert stated that Hearn would technical reasons. It will be these The Bradford case is now in the I NEWT
receive concurrent sentences in sentences which are''to run concur- process of being prosecuted. "The I Sweet Feed POAST
Bradford and Alachua County. This rent and has no effect on whether state attorney is very comfortablewith $
is not correct. Hearn was charged Judge Sanders will sentence Hearnto his position in this matter," I SALE 'I 60 L4 Broad range uses

with first degree murder. and con- a life sentence-- consecutively" -to his _said Investigator! Wiley.! .: Clark.: __ Plus cO L'T $ 54 4081076

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At their regular monthly- meeting Fire Department Update::- The paving in the Shady Oaks Sub-' I t4 |I$W R80 50 Lb. .iz. SALE 401ira

Tuesday night, June 11, the Brooker Exhaust system repairs 'for division has been completed, with $ 88 $035
City Council was still troubled by the Brooker's converted GMC Army the final turn-outs being finished. fit quart
town's dog ordinance and agreed truck was approved by the council Zimectrin
that several in town need- following the from volunteer
buildings request Water Works... Regular AYEj4b
ed to be cleaned-up or torn down. fire chief Tony Stalnaker.The Horse Wormer
Present for the meeting were chief also told the council that Water testing is required to be $21.85
councilmen C.J. Stalnaker, Joe 2Vi-inch hose approved for purchase done by April 86, Carl Edwards told $9951OOIll.89; 70760.3
Tolleson and Carl Edwards, clerk could be gotten cheaper through the other councilmen, which will SALE $ 188
fire chief cost around$1,200. It will have to be
Linda Robinson Tony Lawtey Correctional Institution.
Stalnaker,attorney Roger Blinn and Two fire trucks are being refurbished done again in January 1987 to comp- Spray N Repel Tri-Poxy
new marshal Darrell Williams. for the county at LWCI ly with new state requirements.The 7
and a bulk order of hose is to be council was informed by coun- i SALE Lined I
Police News... made soon. cilman C.J. Stalnaker that the leak
$544 DUSTER
ing tank in the farmer's market will '
Introduced to the council was Dar Regular e
be disconnected Otis Tetstone in
Old Business... by Q Ont 01. Slit
rell Williams the new marshal who the near future $17.98 j(
won last month's election 49-23 over "What about the sign-up of these 1 quart size I *>?
Ted Bigham. Williams is a correc- dogs," Joe Tolleson asked the city .
1.5 Gallon SUe
tional officer at the New River an- clerk. Grace United : For AHGarden k
nex of the Reception and Medical "We've got 12 so far," responded T Needs 7070004
Center In Lake Butler. Linda Robinson.In Methodist Church \ i
One of Williams' firs(requests the discussion that followed,the Rd 225 road Across from $788
was for council approval In order to council agreed that Brooker did not Lawley Post Office I
let an individual ride with him in an have anywhere to take dogs which FENCE'CONTROLLER Regular $9.49 mica.. TANK
auxiliary status. The marshal saidit were picked-up and did not have SUNDAY SERVICES
would be in a voluntary status in anyone to pick them up either.It Sunday School . 9:45 am :
order for the man to gain experiencein was a general agreement that Sunday Worship . ,11 am Universal '
2000
law enforcement work. the City of Lake Butler be contactedto I .. EVERYONE
No action was taken until determine if a contract could be ... Charges up to 6 j88
Brooker's insurance company could worked out so that dogs could be 3 miler of fence .IS' MSg. '
-.";,, .-N, fvntacterl to determine what mmrt-t takeit to that pound.; A"".U' r /RAUFV-U j .. '. a. abi, iii Regularly. $l99.]
"' of coverage would be needed for the" Street lights are working in town COUNTY'TELEGRAPHPublished f 7071101 'tt&J&m1' 70MH3I'Round i
volunteer.A again, except one which will have to
special meeting was called for be replaced.The every Thursday $3988 ATGOLD 8-foottank
Tuesday, June 18, for the entire light poles to be put near at 139 W. Call Street Regularly$45.95
council to decide on the new mar- ballpark to control parking have not e KIST! "Double Life"
Florida 32091
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and still inGainesville. Bottom 'i.
shal's salary. been picked-up yet, are

Second Class postage paid at
Starke, FloridaSubscription Come In Today!

THE BOOT STORE, Rates: I GOLD Save Real Dollars

I \ ttwke Shoe' Repair 120 E. Can Strttt In-trade area: $10.00 per year !
I $5.50 six months KIST 2226 N. Temple i i't
Will Be Closed July 1 thru July 10 I I
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Outside$6.00 area six: $11 months per year 964-7871 as

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By Linda Wharton All three were each charged with forcement agencies. rTCk

Of Telegraph Staff distribution of obscene material "We touched on all the places
Six people were arrested last week under the state statue and also undera around the county-about 23-30 video
after the new country pornography or- places," said Dedmon,
Clay County Sheriffs
dinance. They were placed in the
Department initiated Approximately 30 video tapes ; t. r
a countywide
crackdown on the distribution of county jail under $3,000 bond each. were confiscated from Sun Video.
obscene material video Three others were arrested on the More than 100 video tapes were con-
through
tal businesses. ren- same charges at Contemporary fiscated at Contemporary Video in .v
Three Video in Orange Park. They were Orange Park, and only the tapes
two people video were arrested businesses from Rohit M. Parghi, 49; his wife, Hema rented by Sheriff's personnel priorto A r -,
separate in
Keystone Parghe, 45,. and clerk Frank Lewis the arrests were confiscated at I ,Yt
Heights Dale Edward l
JReedt36. Video Barn.
Seymour 22, of Keystone Heights .
owner of Sun Video, and Darlene According to Clay investigator "We are concentrating on enforc- ,"
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Pressley, 34, of Keystone Heights, Derry Dedmon, these arrests Is county
and Dianne R. Seader, 46, of Archer, resulted from a 6-7 week investigation a strong and ordinance lot of against pornography ,
both a work went intoit ::'>
employees of Video Barn also
throughout the county and coor-
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located! .._-on.SR-21-.,..Keystone. Heights.,, -. -dinated with--- Duval- county law en-. ; .....,.',N':

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The Hampton city council is study' July 9. Heard a report that city had raised -
ing an animal control ordinance that $800 for the Recreational Fund.
would see negligent owners subjectto In the regular meeting June 11, the This money is to be.used to build a f ,
penalties, rather than disposing of group: platform and screen building at the v x h a

the animals. new city park.Received 'n_ .. .
This approach avoids the problem Heard a request to extend city
of locating a pound and paying for water to the Hampton Villas area of a codification of or- Francis Receives Scholarship...
the minimum care for animals as required town. The members agreed that this dinances presently in effect at certificate by Container Corp. Forester Joe Cissy,
by law.Councimen. extension was one of their top Hampton. The members sre to study John David Francis is presented a $1,000 scholarship right and BUS Principal Tom Casey.
read the proposd or- priorities and are in the process of the document for revision over the
dinance in a special meeting Satur- study.. next months.
day, June 15, and will take citizen
comments and study the rule over Agreed to check on the hiring of a Recieved a letter of appreciationfrom Francis To Get $1,000 ScholarshipJohn
the next weeks. management company to servicethe the Hampton Parent Teachers
Members asked City Attorney water system, rather than a city Organization for providing a cross- -
Reggie Flynn to look into asking employee. ing guard for students at the elemen- David Francis, a 1985 tion in the U.S.: Francis for his attitude and team
another govermental agency if they tary school. graduate of Bradford High, has been Francis, the son of Mr. and Mrs. spirit.
would house stray dogs for the required Heard a report that the fire awarded a $1,000 scholarship by Charles Francis of Starke, is an Away from campus, young Fran-
term before disposal. This department had answered four Heard Mayor Elwood Padgett Container Corp. of America. honors graduate, ranking 13th in a cis spends his time in church activities -
would allow the city to clean brush fire calls the past month, and issue a call for election of three class of 260, and pursued college and on recreational sports
those animals that are dropped oft had sold the old fire truck as councilmen and the clerk to be held The five scholarship program was preparatory courses. teams. He coaches and umpires
or wander up as strays. previously approved. Memberswere September 10. Up for grabs will be recently established by the Fernan- youth in local recreation leagues.
Members expressed that they pleased to here that the city the seats presently held by Amy dina Beach, Timber Division of of He was a member of the BUS Key
disliked having to deal with other would be receiving a replacementtruck Davis, Scott Davis, Ted Curtis and Container Corp. of America. Reci- Club, chosen Mr. BUS by his fellow
peoples' dogs, but that the stray formerly used by New River clerk Pat Hayes.Qualifying pients must have maintained a B students, was the punter and extra Francis plans to enter the Univer-
situation has become a nuisance to department.Will will be July 15 to 19. average, demonstrated leadership, point kicker and quarterback on the sity of Florida this fall and major in
the citizens, as well as a possible Padgett reminded all persons that have particippted in extracurricular football team, point guard on the engineering. He hopes to walk-on the
danger. purchase 6 yards of cold by law any candidate must establisha activities, ana Ian to attend a two basketball team, and shortstop on UF Gator football team as a punter
The ordinance will be discussed patch to begin repair of potholes in campaign account and pay quali- or four VPAr rtpe granting institu- the baseball team. Coaches admire and place kicker.
further at the next regular meeting city streets. fying fees from that account only.




I Starke's Keith Carter Receives. Law DegreeKeith ".... I I IHaME II (OO-Ji Qur


Maxie Carter received his mance in these competiions, Carer Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. of Starke and
Juris Doector; Cum Laude, at May was named outstand oral advocateof the grandson of Mr and Mrs. Maxie
11 commence exercises on athe cam the 1985 graduating class. He was Carter, Sr. of Kingsley Lake and the Grade A FryerDRUMSTICKS.
pus of Stetson University College of also recognized by the Bancroft- late Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Spencer of "
Law in St.Petersburg.While Whitney Publishing Company as a Orlando and Starke. '.
top students in the areas of torts law Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carter! and 69c w
attending Stetson Carter and criminal procedure. son, David, will reside in Tampa Lb.y
represented his school in inter- Carter is married to the former where Carter has accepted a position 'J: <11> ,' '1', ,' .
collegiate Moot Court and Mock Karen Vaughan of Tampa. He is the with the law firm of Butler, (",' ff: I.. ,' .
Trial competitions. For his perfor- son of County Commissioner and Burnette, Wood, and Freeman J .A. THIGHS 59C Lb. ,

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1 Area Agency on Aging in Gainesville available through the HRS Office of sons who need such services while: --- announces that it will award $61,747 Aging and! Adult Services. assisting them to live Independently t ,_. CIYM.IM.RR-11 vor '
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to the t Bi: dforldj-UnioA>tGuidanc In pradford County! the/Mnds will* ">in their;own home as long as pos aYJ7 "' n r' Cube- 'r fW't' I41. in,f jm 'fnirfrfttfUtyA paw'" ..--" "Y1
Clinic to provide a Community Care' be used to pfdvlde supportive set-' ble.:-The Area Agency' on Aging, rsr r Fruit; OnitK
for the Elderly Program in Bradford vices such as homemaker, respitecare reports that about 98 persons will be "SOU Steaks$1.99Lb
County. and emergency alert reponseto served by this program during .
frail older persons age 60 or over. 198586. C Gustafson
According to Dean R. LaFrentz, Supportive services provided under For more information, contact the 89

executive director: of._the Area Agen- this program-----are designed to im- Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic. $1.89 Lb. Gal. Plus Tax

Bradford 4-H'ers Recei re Awards Center Cut

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Three Bradford County 4-H'ers Junior division district winners STARKE i I PORK CHOPS

Annette Balkcom, Mark King, andChris were Mark King, Lawtey 4-H Club CHURCH OF GOD PORK SAUSAGECHOPS
Barfield, were recently named marine ecology and Chris Barfield, *
422 N. St. Clair 964.5445 'I 1.19 $
district winners in their project Green Acres 4-H Club animal $ $1.59
areas at District competition held at science. Walter F. Mont, Pastor $1.39.
the Santa Fe High School in We invite you to worship with us,
Alachua. Lori Mosely (Jr.), Green Acres I ATTENDED NURSERY i Diced

Annette Balkcom (Sr. division) 4-H Club, also received a blue ribbonon Sunday School . . . 10 im., "
Green Acres 4-H Club, was nameddistrict her food and nutrition demonstration. :I Morning Wonhlp . . 11 1... Cabbage BUTCHER SHOP
winners in breads. She will Red ribbon winners were Amy i Evening Service . . . 6pm.' J Ham
Tison Sr.) Leaf 4-H Club and
represent the seven counties at the ( Lucky I H,Wednediy Youth . . 7:30: p..> *
Jefferey Adams (Sr.), electric club. I 12
State 4-H Congress held at the Jefferey will also be attending State .. Lb. Edwards Road 964-5906 :; 59 cLb.
University of Florida July 29 4-H Congress. .

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Street, through double door of the one-time Green Buick Agency. _

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EditorialsBlue looked soon after construction in 1902. Only scattered residencesand
a few barns and outhouses surrounded the stately red brick

: building which was the pride of Bradford County for many years
and was built for the then princely sum of 12500.

Now the area in foreground, east of the courthouse, is once more
Chip Status Places BradfordOn The Old Courthouse is framed by windows of last remaining being cleared to be developed to provide parking and a landscaped

wall on burned-out building block, soon to bea leisure-time area for students attending the Starke Center of Santa

landscaped parking lot. Fe Community College.

Priority List This remarkable picture is reproduced from-an old postcard.

Since there were no airplanes or helicopters circling Starke in those

down days, the photograph must have been taken from a high structure
As the last wall came tumbling
such as the old Starke Institute which stood on the corner now oc
Starke and Bradford County are now know Wednesday opening up a new vista on West The school structure
"The industrial site-seekers Call had been blocked for cupied by the Woman's Club. was a two-story
Street that years
on the selected list of Florida Blue Chip that Blue Chip Communities have it all by burned out buildings a passing driver topped with a bell tower which could have provided the elevation I
in the state to needed by a photographer to capture this "birds eye" view
fourth
Communities- together and are ready to go, the slowed down and shouted "1 never believed -

receive this certification, according to speaker said. "Therefore they have a it would happen!

Lieut. Govenor Wayne Mixson, who big advantage over communities that No doubt for who, tionwide movement that is bringing new Call Street has been the heart of Starke
he speaking
was many
life to the downtown districts of cities and since the 1850s. With so much invested in
here .
made the presentation Tuesday.As are unprepared and will require months!"! in the early stages of the Santa Fe Com
towns all over the country.This movementis this historical commercial districtin
a further mark of distinction, this of delay to all the needed fact munity College Starke Center project, ".
prepare
revitalizing what were once decaying, time, money, "blood, sweat, and tears, -
community is the only one of its size to and didn't really believe it could happen. Indeed fires freezes
of
figures. associated with deteriorating parts every community s through wars, recessions,
of those
earn Blue Chip Certification in Florida. ,some closely aid central core. This changing perception of depressions,and hurricanes-would be a
Tomlinson immediate the had some doubts
J.E. past project probably
"downtown" areas is helping to bring waste of an irreplaceable resource, not to
The blue-chip designation is bestowedby president of the Chamber of Commerce, some restless nights when it looked off as bit if shoppers back into the inner core of cities utilize it to the utmost. It should once more

the Florida Department of Com- sees the Blue Chip Certification as a the backers the might have bitten could chew.a and towns, and has increased interest in become a center of activity, valued for
than community
merce on communities that have "major step forward" and another in- After more all, a $750,000 project is quite an these areas for future development.This what it isa recognizable symbol of

established the necessary support services dication that "we are all pulling undertaking for a town the size of Starke. new interest, in turn has helped -Starke.In .

to attract new businesses and in- together in the same direction" to Lieut. in downtowns large many highway strip-zone communities
But "things don't just happen, as restore confidence in the
dustries. The program was developedby achieve a common goal in the community. Governor Wayne Mixson commented at and small,on the part of public and private there is no now way springing of knowing up one town state from,

the Department of Commerce after the Blue Chip Certification ceremony here lenders as well as planners and the next-they all look alike,with the same

studying similar programs in other Tuesday morning. Fortunately, there are developers. The possibility that Starke'sCall gas-station, fast-food, super-market pat
states. The certification came after ten some who, in spite of their doubts and Street district may be placed on the tern. Starke should capitalize on the fact
frustrations, persist in pushing ahead on a National Register of Historic Places will
the that it has a historic background and
of intensive work
months by
OldH.ymns' project until it it completed. Such is the make owners of existing historical
historic that still
structures are intact.
Chamber of Commerce and various case with the Starke Center of Santa Fe buildings in the area become eligible for These are assets that make Starke unique.

committees appointed to gather infor- Community College.It has now progressedto maximum tax credits up to 25 percent on should be used to attract those who
They
mation on each phase of the necessary Still The Favorites the point that there is no longer doubt improvements to their properties. are bored with the sameness of most other
that it will be cunpleted and become the
requirements.One communities and are looking for
most significant contribution to the These changes in thinking led to sweep- something a bit different in atmosphere.
of the criteria is that each Blue downtown deveUpment project. ing changes in the public perception of
Chip community must have the >n s The acduisitioli of the property adjoiningthe U.S. cities and towns. This change in Im- Tearing down the old buildings on West
has been credited with inducing shop- Call Street was a significant event, sym-
age
land available for industrial Old Courthouse on the east, and the
necessary bolic of the dramatic turnaround takJng
... to get into their cars and come now -
removal of burned buildings that have for pers
park use, based on population* of the so long! placed the landscape and. .. downtown again- adequate. parking.isprovidedf ,y ,place,in the downtown) district. This is
I' area s category (oyerMr" ., *. obstructed+*the ""
"* 20DOO population) requires a minimum buildings in the area, will mark a signifi- especially if good restaurants, interesting ; lthe same spiritbf'communitycooperation

of 50 acres for industrial park use, and cant turning point in the destiny of speciality shops, and recreation activitiesare that has prevailed up to this
this was acquired by purchasing a tract downtown Starke. The repaving and landscaping on tap.Florida. point, it CAN and WILL happen.

of land on the west side of Highway 100 of this area as a part of the copegefacility )
will enhance the west end of the
South. As soon as a firm committmenthas Call Street improvement project, and set

been obtained from an industrial the tone for other landscaping and building
Lost 27 PercentIn Of Its
: prospect, grant money will be sought Old hymns are the best hymns-you improvements in the downtown district. Forests Since 1931

: through the Department of Commerceand don't believe it, just measure the difference Final plans for these improvements will

other agencies, to provide utilities in vocal decibles when an old, be completed early in July when property 1931 Florida had a total of 23.5 million problems, where wildlife is concerned,

and pave necessary streets for further familiar hymn is announced in church, owners in the Call Street district will meet acres of forest land. By 1985 the total had since many species of animals and birds
for final decision the thrive the thick underbrush and
of the to the a on project, which dwindled to 17.1 million acres-a loss of 27 on
development park. as compared measley mumbling
will provide off-street parking lots for the hollowed-out trees found in the older
The next step toward the goal of ob- when a modern (and usually tuneless) downtown district, as well as street and percent of the state's forest land. forests, and suffer from loss of habitat.

taining new industry will be to work anthem is called for. sidewalk improvements, improved According to figures from the U.S. Conservationists say the vanishing forests
lighting, trees ,and shrubbery with an Forest Service, more forest acerage has also mean that Florida is losing one of its
with the Department of Commerce to As further proof of the fact that underground watering system and other been lost to urban developement in recent most valuable sources of energy.

determine what type of industry will be familiarity breeds "content" rather attractive features in keeping with the years than to all other causes, including

best suited to Bradford County con- than contempt, a recent survey by a theme carried out by the college project. wildfires, farming, and destructive pests. I

sidering its labor pool, transportation committee preparing a new church Undertaking to change a town's image- About have been 546,000 raised acres for of the trees construction in Florida of I Two Reforestation

facilities, utilities, and other pertinent hymnal found that the top ten favoriteson even one as small as Starke- no small private homes, condominiums, shopping

factors. the all-time hymnal list are: "Amaz- undertaking l, but it is in keeping with a na- malls, and factories.

Blue Chip communities will have the ing Grace," "0 for a Thousand Tonguesto Officials of the Florida Forestry Cost-Sharing

upperhand in the site selection process Sing," "The Old Rugged Cross," Association are concerned about having ,

when industrial prospects contact the "Blessed Assurance," "Holy, Holy, Holy Weatherization enough timber to meet the future demandfor Programs AvailableBy
"What a Friend We Have in Jesus wood and pulp. Florida is growing so
Commerce for ,
State Department of Program Still fast that there is keen competition for the
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Hail the Power "In the Garden ; James A. Kramer
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needed information. The departmentwill land trees and
OfferedThe to grow on, competition for Bradford
Forest
have no hesitancy in referring prospects Martin Luther's "The Church's One Being the land base is intensifying.More Ranger
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to Blue Chip Communities since Foundation" and "How Great Thou home weatherization program and more forests are coming under This month I would like to talk

all facts and figures needed by a site- Art. administered by the Suwannee control of realty and development firms, about reforestation in North Florida
Inc. is
seeking industry will immediately be Noting that the findings.indicate most River Economic Bradford still and other private corporations. Between and make known to landowners information
operating in County, providing
and that is available cost-
1970 1980, holdings by those groups In- on
available without costly delays. church-goers want hymns to remain materials and labor at no cost creased 44 percent. sharing programs.Federal .

"Blue Chip communities are sendinga familiar and singable, the committee to the recipient, as funds permit. Foresters have tried to replace old,slow- experts predict that by

to prospective industriesthat concluded that old familiar hymns Priorities are given to elderly growing forests with new, fastergrowingtrees the end of the century there will be a
message homeowners and those in the lowest
but this has set of severe wood shortage. Landownersmust
brought a
on new
the community's religious .
they are ready and willing to represent income bracket and/or those houses plant now to insure a sufficient
cooperate in every way in locating the spirit in a way that more modern styles are in most need of weatherproofing.Proof wood supply for the future. The

industry and supplying good schools, fail to do. "It is not the doctrine of these of income for the entire family federal government has two programs
Bradford
hymns much the behind and proof of ownership must accom- County 4-H'ers available
I churches and recreational facilities as so as feeling that are designed to
for
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them, and that is important," the hym- pany theappI ication.Taxreceipt Take Top Honors At help defer cost and are administeredby
well as a favorable tax structure, Lt. the land and/or mobile home title or the
Agriculture Stabilization and
Gov. Mixson told community leaders nal editor said. We have a feeling that tag registration will be accepted. District ConventionThree Conversation Service (ASCS) with
most ministers and their congregationswill Rental property may also be con-
technical
gathered for the certification Bradford County 4-H'ers. Annette assistance provided from
written of
sidered with permission
ceremonies. agree. the landlord/owner., Balkcom, Mark King, and Chris Barfield, the Division of Forestry.
were named One of the programs called the
recently district winners In
The weatherization windows program doors can their project areas at District competition .(FIP) Forestry Incentive Program.You .
replace ;
repair or held must have 20 acres of plantableland
at the Santa Fe High School in
broken of glass, seal and/or
panes Alachua. and be capable of growing 50
caulk cracks, patch holes in floors, ." cubic feet of wood The
per year.
I exterior walls or patch
ceilings
and/or kool-seal roofs, to keep cold Annette Balkcom (Sr. division), Green federal government will pay up to 50
of
per cent the site and
--.5" air outbf the home.Funds cannot be Acres 4-H Club, was named district win- preparation
The Foster Care ners in breads. tree planting cost; $10,000 is max-
She
will
used t<(repair or replace steps, por- represent the imum.If .
Clothes Closet seven counties at the State 4-H Congress
Has Great Need of ClothingFor ches Persons, or screens.who would benefit from held at the University of Florida July 29- you do not qualify for F.I.P. you
may qualify for A.C.P.
Children-All Sizes. the program and can qualify may August 2.Junior. (Agricultural Conservation Program ,

Ages,Birth to 17 come by the Outreach Center at 133 ). No minimum acreage is re
W. Call St. in Starke and fill out an division district winners were
quired. The
land
must be of
application,or call 964-6696. Mark King, Lawtey 4-H Club marine capable
-'Also Baby "'Furniture, Toys; Following is the new income ecology and Chris Barfield, Green Acres acre growing 50 cubic feet of wood per
weatherization 4-H Club -animal science. per year, $3,500 is maximumcost
And Accessories guideline the programS provided.Most land in Bradford
:i i Lori Mosely (Jr.),Green Acres 4-HClub, County Is capable of meeting these
Size Family Allowable also received a blue ribbon on her food and requirements.If .

Please'bring toIIRS Office \ .: Unit.1 Household Incomei. nutrition demonstration. Red ribbon win- you are interested in any of
6.562 ners were Amy Tison (Sr.), Leaf these and
on Andrews Street or Call ..' 2..b.; ?,.'.......... .......8.812 4-H Club and Jefferey Adams Lucky(Sr.), elec- to plant programs, call the Bradford have idle County acres
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Kathy or "" tric club. Jefferey will also be attending Forester at 964-6280
(ext. 219),
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Kay Turner and Thomas Lloyd '.

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Kay Turner, daughter of mother, Janet. A crown of flowers
Janet A. Turner of Starke and held the finger-tip veil of illusion. News
Robert V. Turner of West Palm She carried a mixed nosegay of WeddingsReceptions
Beach, and Thomas Mitchell Lloydof lavender wisteria gerber daisies .
Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs. and baby's breath.A Parties
Sonny Lloyd of Ocala, repeated their reception and dance in celebration F Gladys Mooty
wedding vows Saturday, June 8, at 2 of the marriage was held at 5 964-7608 .
p.m. in the Ortega United Methodist p.m. at The Inn at Baymeadows,
Church, Jacksonville with Rev. Jacksonville. Grover Howard pro- r
Hatch performing the nuptials. vided the music for the reception.
Highlighting the altar were two The cake table was covered with a
; urn arrangements of Boston fern, white lace cloth with a lavender 4 4r. UDC Has Genealogy ProgramMrs.
baby's breath and lavender underlay. The three tiered wedding I
a
wisteria. cake was highlighted with lavender
Wayne Parker attended Thomasas wisteria. Franklyn Weisgerber, president served in the War Between the
best man. Ushers were Brant of W.T. Weeks, chapter, States. Talk to your children to get
Turner, brother of the bride,and Ed- After a champagne toast, Mr. and U.D.C., presented a program on them interested in preserving the
Genealogy at the Monday, June 17 records. Mrs. Weisgerber gave examples -
: ward Lloyd, brother of the groom. Mrs. Lloyd commenced the celebration

meeting held at the Western Steer of how to find ancestorsby
Stephen Jones, son of the matron of with the first dance and visited your
Steak ouse. looking up old occupations of early
, honor
; was ring-bearer. out-of-town guests in attendance.The .
During the business meeting it settlers. So many were indentured
Mrs. Brenda W. Jones served as bride is
1972 of
a graduate
was announced there will be a servants and lists of these people are
matron of honor and Jessica
Lloyd, Bradford High School; graduate of District
Workshop meeting this available. Impress
neice of the groom, was flower girl. North Florida Junior sum-
College and fought
date be children the
mer, to given later. war was for
Mrs. Jones was attired in a waltz of the
graduate University of North
Mrs. States not .
Weisgerber spoke on Rights Slavery.The
length taffeta gown and Jessica Florida and is
presently employedwith
Genealogy the luncheon table covered
during and was
wore a lavender and white ruffled the City of Jacksonville.The program
stressed importance of talking to with a lace cloth and centered with
smock. groom is a graduate of Du- older members of families to obtain an arrangement of dwarf begoniasand
The bride, given in marriage by Pont Manual High School .. family history facts rain lilies. Mrs.
/1. interesting and pink Mary
her father waltz .'. :: .
wore a candlelight Louisville
Ky. and attended the 'f.
traits about family. All want to keep Graves and Mrs. Joan Hall were
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length off-the-shoulder gown with a University of Florida and the it J\. .. 1 i7 .. alive the efforts of our soldiers who guests.
satin bodice and net flounce. She University of Hawaii. He is with : ; ) :It..
strand of cultured .' 'f '. '< 'r1"1' >>;
wore a single Clow Water Systems Corp.,Jackson- .', "
pearls which was a gift of her grand- ville. ): ,', /) 0 \ April Rooney,
father, the late Roy V.Turner,to her They are at home in Mandarin. Herbert Green, Jr. r
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1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Rooney
EngagementsLaurie announce the engagement and approaching -
} u marriage of their
Mrs Thomas Lloyd daughter, April to Herbert Green
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert l
Williams Green Sr., all of Starke.
Bruce TuckerEngagement Kimberly Anne Brown, The bride-elect is employed by Na-
Hilton Coleman, Jr. IF- -I tionwide Insurance in Gainesville.Mr. .
Told Told Green is completing an accoun-
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Williamsof Engagement ting degree at the University of
Milan, Tenn. announce the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Brown of i North Florida.
engagement and approaching mar Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. Hilton The wedding is planned for Saturday -
riage of their daughter, Laurie Ann Calder Coleman Sr. of Starke an- .M ,Sept. 17,at 3 p.m. at the home of _
Tucker and nounce the engagement and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hildreth in
to Bruce Alan ,son of Mr. approaching _
Mrs. Neil L. Tucker of Starke. marriage of their Deerwood Subdivision with a recep-
Laurie is the granddaughter of children, Kimberly Anne, and Hilton tion following the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams of Coleman, Jr. All friends and relatives are In- April Kooney
Milan, Tenn. and Mrs. Elizabeth B. A December 6 wedding is planned. vited to attend. Herbert Green, Jr
King and the late Halbert King of Miss Brown and Mr. Coleman are
Memphis Tenn. I both graduates of Bradford High
Bruce is the grandson of Mr. and I School. Miss Brown is employedwith
Mrs. Howard Tucker of Keystone ... the Department of Corrections. GOSPEL SING
Heights and the late Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Brown is employed by DuPont
Fred Campbell of Wichita Falls Laurie Ann Williams
June 22
Texas. 7 p.m.
Laurie is a 1978 graduate of Milan Faye Walker, e SbM
High School. She received a Mike Airpark Baptist Church
Bachelor of Science degree in Vinci
elementary education from the To Wed June 22 North Orange Street Starke

University 1981. She of received Tennessee a at Masters Martin in of Lillian Andrews Davis of Lake 3 fu .4 Featured singers will be the Gospel Sounds of Lake Butler.

Education degree in Guidance and Butler and Ernest E. Bryant of / Everyone Is cordially Invited to attend.
Counseling of Exceptional Children Jacksonville announce the engage .

from the University_. of North. .... Florida..... ment their and daughter approaching. Faye marriage Bryant of Kimberly Brown. .. -- .
1 n 1 984, Sh e i s t" ..".oftl.......1 ",...t"V,1"' < !b y '
the School Board Walker, to Michael Stephen Vinci
Clay County as a
first grade teacher. son of Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Vinci of r
Bruce is a 1974 graduate of Brad- Orlando. ,j
will be eve.it of V- .
The wedding an
received
ford High School. He an

Associate Arts degree from: the .,Saturday Cedar.CeekChurcl, June 22, at..at 8 p.m.,Sandersgq-at the.. ..". ......_/.. I ....,.., .. ,, ,
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Schoolof
fron Mercer Southern Faye
degree
friends and relatives are invitedto
employed Pharmacy.by Revco He Drugs.is presently attend the wedding and receptIon.* Mike Vinci Electrical & Plumbing

The wedding vows will be exchanged -
Saturday Aug. 10, at 2 p.m. REWARD:
at First Baptist Church in Milan, Supplysays
Tenn. 100 reward leading to the recovery of merchandise or arrest of persons( ) '
All friends and relatives are invited Involved In Break-In of home at 726 Thomas Street sometime during the mid !
to attend. die of May. Some items stolen were Juliette stereo, G.E. clock radio, ion,
Sears electric heaters fans, battery, living room clock, black handle silver
Did You Know............ several hundred foot extension
ware, pipe wrenches weed eater electric drill, .
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade and Mrs. cord, various tools, 48 qt Coleman cooler BH lamps. Levelor blinds,
Clyde Sinclair attended the annual I Polaroid camera with light 4-sIce toaster pressure cooker and so forth.
Slade family reunion in Jenningsover Anyone having Information, contact Richard Bennett 964-5400. PIPE "Thank
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A delightful baby shower for Mrs.
Jack Waterhouse was given last The Rev. Gilbert T. ordained at the service, was Several parishoners service from and St.Mark's .
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Deacon-in-Charge of St. Crosby Mark s presented to the Bishop by the Rev. attended the
Randall Wade Wheeler, Jr. Matt Hull on Woodlawn Drive. Church was ordained Sunday Hugh Edsall and Mrs. Anita Wilder, reception in Jacksonville Mark's including:
of St. Mr.
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Randy and Tina Wheeler of Starke Guests were invited to the refreshment June 16 to the Sacred order of both of Gainesville. the Ju nior Roach, Judge and
table where and Mrs. Ken
announce the birth of a son, Randall the centerpiecewas Deacons by the Rt. Rev. Frank S.
Mr. and Mrs.
Wade Wheeler, Jr., born June 14 In a cake with a large pastel rock- Cerveny, Bishop of Florida, at St. Bishop Cerveny was cniet Mrs. Elzie! Sanders and, Mrs. AI
Mr. Kay
Shand's Hospital In Gainesville. ing horse.The table was covered in a John's Cathedral in Jacksonville.The celebrant at the Eucharist. He was Larry Noegel,
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. blue linen cloth with a white lace assisted by the Very Rev. Gustave Carlis le, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-
Rita Burnsed of Starke and Aaron overlay. The rocking horse themewas service was a festive one with Weltser, the new Dean of St. John's Hay and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo.
Burnsed of Sanderson. Maternal carried out in the party rooms. music provided by the Cathedral Cathedral, and by the seven new Following their return to Starke
Hostesses were Mrs. Hull, Mrs. and these parishoners attended an in-
great grandparents are Elmer Lee choir with several members of deacons.A
and Lois Bennett of Glen St.Mary. David Wainwright and Mrs. Hal Jacksonville symphony joining the reception was held in Taliafred promptu: reception at the Baldwin
Paternal grandparents are Fredand Moredock. Approximately 60 guests' organ accompaniment.Mr. Hall at the Cathedral immediatelyafter home to welcome Rev. Crosby and
Sylvia Ricks Wheeler, Jr. of were invited, to call between the Crosby, one of seven deacons the service. his w ife, Jacque, to Starke.
Starke. Paternal great grand- hours of 7 to 9 p.m.

parents are Mr. and Mrs.Dyal Wade
Baldree of Lake Geneva and Mr.and
Miss Sandra
Mrs.Fred Wheeler Sr.of Starke. Chitty
Luncheon HonoreeMiss ,

Shannon Ranae Snell Sandra Chitty, bride-elect,
Gylum and Cindy Griffith Snell of was honored at a Brunch Saturday TO
Norfolk, Va. announce the birth of a morning at 11 a.m. at the Chicken .. l SAY HELLO
daughter, Shannon Ranae, born House given by Mrs. J.H. McClane,
June 6. She joins a brother, Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips, Ms. Ann
Jonathon, age 2 1/2. Godwin, Mrs. George Flynn, Jr., a ". :
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Mrs. Janet Turner, Mrs. J.B. God- TOUCHCALLINGAND
and Mrs. Donald Griffith, Starke; win, Sr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.
great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bridal place cards marked the
Seth Griffith, Starke and Mr. and seating arrangement for the 25
Mrs. Ressie Dowling Hampton. guests which included the honoree's C. j4 j4q ;
Paternal grandparents are Mrs. mother and sister, Mrs. Joan Chitty :
Louise Walker of West Mount, N.J. and Karen.
and Gordon Snell of Hartsell, Ala. Down the length of the table was a
grape vine garland interspersedwith a. CUSTOM-CALLING
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daisies and zinias. Centering
Jared William Douglas the table was an arrangement of silk
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Douglas of flowers in the bride-elect's chosen Rev C.T.Crosby
Starke announce the arrival of their colors. The same arrangement was
son, Jared William, June 7. given to the honoree as a mementoof FREE Installation !
Maternal grandparents are Mr. the occasion. Mt. Calvary Baptist
and Mrs. Bill Moody of Leesburg.
Matenal great grandparents are Banquet June 22

Mrs. Mary Rosser of Atlanta, Ga.Mr. Frankie Johnson, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will
Paternal grandparents are hold its first annual banquet Satur- /',
and Mrs. Howard Douglas of Joe Padgett day, June 22, at 7 p.m. at the RJE
Brooker. Married June 8 cafeteria.A .
Paternal great grandparents are buffet will be served followed bya
Mrs. Ira Douglas of Brooker and Miss Frankie Johnson and Joe program. Music will be furnishedby
Mrs. Pansy Strickland of Padgett were united in marriageJune Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph. The
Gainesville. 8 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. speaker will be Rev. Howard of
Allen Carter f in Branford with Frank Jacksonville.

Jessica Ann Saxon Johnson of Keystone Heights performing Tickets are on sale. Please plan to During the month of
Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Saxon of the nuptials.The attend. Rev. Alphonzo Jenkins,' II 11 June: CONTEL is offering -
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Hampton announce the arrival of couple pastor. .
FREE Installation
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Hospital. She joins her 19$ month old Brown HonoredAt Fathers Day CelebratedBy Calling and Custom

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Paternal grandparents are Mr. Surprise ShowerA by calling
and Mrs. Edward Saxon of Hampton. behalf of Father's Day, the ; your
surprise lingerie shower was men and Dads of Greater.Bethleham CCINTEL Business
Maternal grandparents are held May 17 at the home of Mrs. Freewill Baptist Church were Office-526-4400
Harvey Starling of Starke and Myrtle Bolick in Newton, N.C. for honored with a fellowship dinner
Sherry Craus of Starke. Kimberly Anne Brown, whose mar with all the trimmings, given to !
Paternal great grandparents are riage to Hilton Coleman, Jr. will be them by the members of the Young t j wi
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pote of an event of Dec. 6. Adult Choir, sponsored by Mrs.
Melbourne. Miss Brown, along with her Darlene Blye, Daisy Davis, Shirley
parents,were visiting the area to attend Rhines and Juanita Carter.
the Daniel F. Carpenter family
The men that attended were: Rev.
Shawn Mathew Kowatch reunion at Bethel Lutheran Churchon
Williams Pastor Deacons
Mr.and Mrs.Steve Kowatch of Archer Jasper ; ;
May 19.
J.W. Prince, Willie Searcy, A.C.
announce the birth of a son, The shower was given by Mrs. Carter, Sr., L.C. McCutchen and
Shawn Mathew born June 2 in Little Mrs.
Nell Cline Mrs. Dot Raymond Blye. Among the other
Alachua General Hospital. Myrtle Bolick, aunts of the,bride- men were: Andrew Carter, Jr., ,I
Grandparents are Julius and Ruby elect, and Mrs. Robin Sipe,'cousin'of Michael McDuffie, Kenneth Cruger. "- s--
Kowatch of Starke., the bride-elect. t
Glen Carter, Jimmy Sewell, Bobby
Approximately 15 guests enjoyed Rhines and Isham Carter*The food ,' ..
refreshments and the opening of the was the best and the men were :; '

t. -" ..Walter.Jo ,Stowart".. ; bride's gifts. Among mother,"the Yvonne guests Brown was -the- .. ple sed..Hats off to_the cooks. '1'l', ,. \II"! (f Qttt.. tf .
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American UniversityWalter Did You.Know...........
Moore Family Reunion
Joe Stewart, Vice Presi- A
dent for Government Affairs of Held SaturdayThe Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardee and ,

Southern National Resources, seventh annual Moore family children of Leesburg and Mrs. Amy
J/L72/
known as Sonat, was recently with Williams of Fort Walton Beach were
reunion held Saturday a
i honored by The American Universi was home of weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
covered dish lunch, at the
ty's Washington College of Law, his Ada and Drew Reddish in Green Frank Mitchell.Dr. .
Alma Mater.
Joe is the son of Mrs. Aline S. Acres. attended .and Mrs. Rob Underill of Palm
Brown of Starke and brother of Approximately descendants 75 people of the late Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker and
Edgar Stewart of Kingsley Lake. Ada, who Goodfellow are and J.H. "Jim"Moore family of Franklin, Va. and Mr. and
Mrs. Brown and Mr.and Mrs.Edgar of Mrs. Mike Betts and daughters of '4 jc
Stewart attended the Honors Con LawteyrCommunity Climax, Ga. were visitors of Mr. and
vocation in Washington, D.C. Mrs.J.H.Moncrief at Kingsley Lake
The citation presented to Joe by during the weedend. ti
\l the University President, Dr. Bible Church q ei 0tet

Richard Berendzen,was a commen- Moves to New Home Those attending the Hardy family ; '
dation for his 30 years of outstanding reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. C S <
government services from which he Sunday, June 16 was the first ser and Mrs. Robert Morgan in .
retired in 1981 to accept,the Vice vice held by the Community Bible Gainesville were: Mr. and Mrs. -y e'trz
Presidency of Sonat,and for his pre- Church, Baptist and Fundamental, Charles Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. R.W. : e O *
sent service to Washington Council in its newly purchased church Milner, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Don Har-
where he initiated the Development building, the old Jehovah Witness dy, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy and -
Committee. Under his chairmanshipthe building located on the corner of Douglas Hardy and families. : ==: :: i Continental Telephone
Pratt and Christian St., across from
committee has tripled its annual = System)
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appeal results. the county jail. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dietriech of
Pastor Rev. D.M. (Don) Weston is Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
originally from Red Lion, Pa. He Wilson of Gainesville were Sunday
and his wife have lived in Starke for guests of Rev. and Mrs. Ballard
Elder Williams SpeaksAt the past four years. Wilson. Toucn Callin I 13 wrutee may not be available in all QI8QI.I .
This coming Sunday will be a
Union Primitive special day with music by the

Morgan family.An HI I!
invitation is to
Elder Paul Williams of Ricklands open anyone
Va. will be the featured speaker at, without a church home to come join
Union Primitive Baptist Church them. MONDAY &

next Friday, June 28, at 7 p.m. lighten UP
Everyone is invited to attend according Did You Know............ TUESDAY[' ALL
to Elder James M. Land,Jr.
:DAY
Union Primitive church is located SPECIAL
Mr. and
Mrs. Stan Reddish and
C-233,1.5 miles of CR-16.

t I on Grove Elder Primitive Williams Baptist will be Church at Pine off Vera weekend daughters Lewis with of at St.their Kingsley Augustine parents Lake spent, Mrs.and the 20-Piece Boiled Seafood Salad 2-Piece

121 East of Macclenny Monday Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. They Fish Dinner
night, July 1. He will be at Zion'sRest attended the class of '75 reunion on Shrimp Plate SupremeLightCooM
Primitive Baptist Church, on Saturday night.
Willow Branch and Roselle,at 7 p.m.
Friday, July 5. ChIlled-P eFEat >eliciousShrimp $1.99


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Ages: 1 Cocktail: Boiled egg wedges

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",:t" .h t ,J CaptainD. fries, fresh cole slaw, Southem-
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Mr and Mrs. Jack Miller and son Robert George Pierce of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Bill and
\iiVECKh ,Mrs. Rcssie Griffith returned June ,Scott of Jacksonville vislletjt1r.amfMrs i' received his degree at the gradua King familyof Jerry Wadsworth. Jr., formerly
ka ,
\ ,
j Wanda N.C. visited
,
hey Tryon; her
and 14 after six weeks visit parents
Smith with her : lives
son- tion
were honored George Miller on Sat'Fda ? 1 exercises Friday; May,31 from Mr. and Mrs. R.G Paterson severaldays Hampton .lake ,and now in
at a belated birthday in-law and daughter, AE4 Gylum .
Troy State University, Troy, Ala. Kissimee, was In 'Nashville
luncheon Tuesday at the China and Cindy Griffith Snell in this week. !
Restaurant. Norfolk Mjr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin, Jr. backstage at the 19th annual Music
Thirteen members and Va. and The National Depression Glass Awards Show Monday night'
guests of the Methodist family of Wertheim, West Ger- Mrs. Cynthia Bollini and family City
Women Sun- many are visiting her parents, Mr. Association will be welcoming collectors Jerry, who now works for Florida
day School Class returned to their home Juno
attended. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jackson and and Mrs..J.B. Godwin, Sr..several from all over the United at Coach, helped complete the new
Beach
after weeks visit
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch has as weeks before they have to report in States when it holds its 11th annual Tuesday a Judd's tour bus and delivered the
Four of Starke's 'fighting men' guests for 2 weeks, June 9 21, mr. with her parents;Mr. and Mrs. T.B.
boarded Kansas in July for a newassign-, conventio.1 on July 12-14 at the bus in time to Nashville for Fan Fair
Eastern Flight 630 Monday and Mrs. Charles Welch, Mr. and ment. Lakeland Civic Center in downtown Rahn. week. He spent Sunday and Monday
morning at the Gainesville Airport. Mrs. Geoffrey Kozel and family and I Lakeland. helping the Judd's move into their
Len Eaves Danny Jordan, Andrew Mrs. Linda Risner and family of Mrs. R. p.. McLendon returned Mrs. H.M. Richarde was in new bus. From Nashville he is goingon
Moon and Danny Duffy are enroute Glendale, Ariz. and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday after four weeks visit with Benton Futch has been named! to Palatka' over the weekend visitingher' up to Ohio and into Nova Scotia.
Aberdeen Proving Ground Lewis Welch and Mrs. Mike Scanlon relatives the for daughter and family, Mr. and
in Tennessee and North Dean's list the second Jerry is fulfilling a dream he has
Maryland, and National Guard and daughter of Madison. Carolina and brought back with her, semester at Baptist Bible Institutein Mrs. Lyle Buck and celebratingthree had since childhood to drive a tour
School
for the next four months. her granddaughter, Caitlin McLen- Graceville. birthdays. bus for the country music stars.
They were joined by Rusty Sullivan Mr. and Mrs Daryl Hilliard and don for several weeks visit,
who is enroule to Basic Training.Mrs. daughter of Lawtey have purchasedthe Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bowman of Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Joiner of
Pat Welch home on Johns Drive Mrs. L.B Eason of Meridan Miss Myrtle Beach, N.C. visited their son Shalimar are guests several days
Jean Rathel of Salisbury, and moving this weekend. is visiting her niece.. Mrs. L.H, Gib- in-law and daughter, Judge and Mrs. this week of Mr. and Mrs. W.S.
Md., arrived last Wednesday for a son for 10 days Buzzy Green last week. Haas.
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Drew
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weekend were Mrs. Lou Royster and
Mr. and Mrs.Tim Quattlebaum of N.

Augusta, S.C. LIi-: : Our Pledge' to Our Customers...

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Mr. and Mrs. Stan Rddish and 1
daughters of St. Augustine spent the
weekend with their parents, Mrs. Second
Vera Lewis at Kingsley Lake and to #
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. They
attended the class of '75 reunion on
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Saturday night. /d Done you'reOD.

Mike Joiner and two sons of ,
Sarasota were last Friday night
AMERICAS
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas FAMILY DRUG STORE s Drug Store Redly Is Better Thu The Hert

and Joiner they all reunion attended the Isaac Sale prices good thru Sat.. June 22nd.
family Dublin
near ,
see the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you.
Ga. over the weekend.Hampton .
We reserve the right to limit quantities.


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By Dolores Meng N ; D L1QUR4UQUP4 yaN unrmu, sxnMJ

Phone lfiK-Il15! ..o'ir'.oatpE


PTA Advisory MeetingOn

Thursday night, June 20, at 7
p.m. a PTA Advisory Meeting will
be held at Hampton Elementary
School. Any interested person is in- IID/Itro'ImI.! ._ '
uN unrvarx.srsnM: .
HOUR '
vited to attend.
MLL t D MINUTE l
D SECOND
New Arrival
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Jessica Ann Saxon riR"

Timmy and Loretta Saxon of
Hampton proudly announce the art -
rival of their baby daughter, Jessica 4 FOR
Ann. She was born June 7 at Alachua SURE ROLL-ON 2.25-OZ, AIM REGULAR SELKYfD DWITECN UQUA /" 2JOZ.UOUID COCA COLA PRODUCTS
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General 1. O
Hospital in Gainesville
/ SuPRA, TOOTHPASn TYPES Regs, to 9.99 While quantities last //1 Limit 2 8-PK. Available
weighing 6 Ibs. 15 oz. and measuring ....01. Limit 2 Selection varies. In some markets 229
19 1/2 inches. She joins her brother,
Brian who is 19 months old.
Paternal grandparents are Ed- ''I
ward and Wessie Saxon of Hampton.

Maternal grandparents are
Harvey Starling of Starke and
Sherry Craus of Starke. I
Paternal great grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pole of
Melbourne, Fla.Hampton .

2 FOR 2 FOR RECULAR PRICE
Jamboree
REVLON LIPSTICK VIDAL BASSOON BROCK CANDIES O ALL SHOES MULTI-POSRION EUROPA
ALL TYPES 3.V SHAMPOO Of RINSE 88 4 TYPES Reg. 199 to 1199 LOUNGER 7-PIECE
Remember the Jamboree i
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tor July 6 at 7:30 p.m.at the MW Cjt{> ... ,
Park. Several good bands will @nlet- :- ""

tain throughout the evening. The
concession stand will be open again. ; -_-
Mrs. Olie Shepard can be con- -
tacted for more delails.Celebrations .
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Most of the Paul Meng family I
gathered for a reunion on the ; -
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weekend of June 8 for the celebra- U -
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AZIZA EYESHADOW FINAL NET SELECTED GALAXY: 20" BLUE POLY
Paul and Ruth visited their son 12X16'TABLETOP
and family, Mr.and and their Mrs. Bill Mengin I 0 Reg. 4.95 TRIO 119 HAIRSPRAY4OZ.. ) TYPES 3.27 BAIN SUNTAN DE PRODUCTS SOLEIL 18.88 3-SPEED BOX FAN BREEZE#371JReg. 7.99 LIQUID POLY I SEALANT or PASTE 9.97 HIBACHI PEDESTAL
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Phyllis McClure and sons in Tampaover I-
the past weekend.
The Fran Meng family had a reu- r I
nion over the weekend in celebration d-COJ, -' a
of Father's Day. Atrltilb
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meng and
daughter, Jeannie, of Genoa, Ohio, j '
visited the Meng families on Sunday
and Monday. J- a
Among those celebrating Father'sDay -
with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mat- 1> I
theus were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph _
Langford of Fernandina Beach, Mr. BULLY AUTOMATIC 2 FOR
Lanier of West IMPULSE L SCHOLL'S D-CON HOUSE C BATHROOM BOWL ENTIRE STOCK Of
and Mrs. Marcus
BODY SPRAY AIR-NILO I GARDEN BUC J 79 OISPOSABIiUGHTERS
of 2.9'tAIADAYI 09 CLEANER
Glenn Mattheus 2.19 1. .49
and
Palm Beach, 2 S-01 CHOICE Davb. INSOLES ( KILLER 12OZ.DR. CHOICE OF TYPES
Folkston, Ga. Some of their grandchildren OF TYPES CHOKE OF SIZES I Reg*, to 79* each

and great grandchildrenalso _. _
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joined them for the day. urif i. .i


Visitors tl4ttaalttd :c, rxRil iqra a

Mr. Otis Leech of Owensboro, Ky., "
spent several days last week with his f' .. :
Viola Lefebvre, '1
sister-in-law, Mrs.
and the Henry Spell family. ) :- r..A.
Scott and Denise Williams of Lake T4rThI4
last week with their .
City spent
grandparents Rev. and Mrs. Ray : ,.'. ,.
Also visiting were their 3.99 Wk/
Williams. AIM-SELTZER SANYO MONSANTO KEYSTONE DISC
AM/FM
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald 2.00 ST.". MURINB 1 TABLETS 2 4 9 AFRESH 9 99 STEREO MINICASSETTE .11 ASTROTURF* 999 CAMERA 01030Reg.
Williams. / EARDROP BOTTLE OF 26 WIPES PLAYER DOORMAT 22.99
Among those visiting Mr.and Mrs. KIT Limit 2 PACK OF 80 M7000 .... 89.99 Rep 5.49 CAMERA BAG 11507 ... 1099
Gene O'Steen were Mr. and Mrs.
Ricky Wolfe and children of Orlan- '
do, and Doc, Wanda;Billy and David / I.Ur+M'N' IMw41 pel.lil. fNit.,7111
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Waldrop of Houston Miss.:: cwrsnM
James Terry spent the weekend
with his brother, Tom Terry, in F 90

Garnet, S.C.Attends .

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Among those attending the Reu- flBASF 90
nion of the 1975 Graduation Class of
School held at the 2 FOA 2 FOR
Bradford High WONDRA EDGE: GEL or ASF PRO U tNROMENIIICI2ER "C* PAItSONS
Starke Country Club last Saturdaywas C SKIN LOTION ASPIRINS 90-HIN. BUNK Of "0" BATTERIES TAlUS
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Mark Bruno of Miami. 6-OZ. SHAVI BOTTLE OF 100 CASSETTE TAPE MCK O .
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June Birthday'sJune I _

1 Karen Waldron; June 2 II THE FIRST ORAL GOLD MEDICATION FOR
Chad Smith and Samantha Truman; _THE MANAGEMENT OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS VISA For a Good Look on
June 3 Hershe Waldron; June 5 -
Bernardo Baez; June 8 Jim Jones I @ Kodak Paper
Frnacis, Paul and Eugene Meng and AURA ,

Joyce Kent;15 uKimlberly Wilson; I Ti2 Ii-\ Choose Eckerd's
June
Smith;
June 16 ,- Ian Marvey; June 19 C A P S U L E 5 -
Terry Jenkins; June, 20 Regina ;: ko"v'e'T1U., : Jt
Now
available at all Eckerd Pharmacies by prescription only. ),J J'.L I.1Y
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plug inherited from his grandfather,
I landed this 8 pound bass on Kingsley
Lake early one recent morning.Jim .
c .n it the son of Janet and Gene
Ivey and the grandson of Mr. and .
V Mrs. J.E. Hardy of Starke, was
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somebody veiling. When she went to
the door of the old Perryman homeat
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Best ( Women's League Softball'Results.


Sound a I M

The Cubbettes continue their holdon The Rebels gained the lead in the Starrettes 12 Fillies 5
a first place in the Women's Soft- top of the 6th and hung on for 12-11 The Starrettes 7 extra-base hits to
ball League, sponsored by the win over the Bits & Pieces June 4. coast 12-5 over the Fillies June 11.
Possible Starke Recreation Department. Richards led the Rebels, going 3-4 The Starettes were led by Unissa
>v Q The Jubbettes; are now 17-1 on the at the plate, with a triple and a dou- King's 2-3 with a home run and a
season, following a forfeited gameon ble, Marilyn Lee also had a triple, double. Wanda Jenkins was 3-4 witha
ne9arJ' ro CI June 10. The Lawtey Rebels are with Joan Saunders and Carolyn triple, as Pam Thornton, Stacy
holding onto second place with an McKinney hitting doubles. Marshall, Shaun Butler, and Vic-
11-6 record. They're followed by the Tracy Harper was 3-4 for the Bits toria Butler also hit doubles for the
I Bits & Pieces 8-10, P G's 6-12, Staret- & Pieces with a home run and a tri- winners.
tes 6-11, and the Fillies 4-14 ple. Lisa Alvarez was 3-5 with a dou- Brena Skeen was 2-3 for the \
ble and a triple. Fillies.
.o / Cubbettes 16 Fillies 1

The Cubbettes continued their Cubbettes 19 Bits & Pieces
Rebels 11- Fillies 1
winning ways, rolling to a 16-1 win 6
)ver the Fillies June 4. The Lawley Rebels eased to an
The Cubbettes rolled over the Bits
11-1 win over the Fillies June 10.
Lillie Mack was perfect at the
0 ..
& Pieces 19-6 June 13.
plate going 3-3 including a double Joan Saunders led the Rebels at
for Cubbettes.. Judy Bright, the plate, going 3-4 with a double. Hazel King paced the Cubbettes,
3-4 with double.
Brenda Mack, and Sylvia Williamshad Valerie Seay was 23. going a
home runs. Brenda Skeen, Nancy Grider, Pat- Tracy Harper was 2-3, and Nancy
Smith and Odom had Mitzel 2-4 for Bits &: Pieces.
V ty Tammy one

Rebels... 12.. Bits..& .Pieces 11 hit each for the Fillies. Starrettes 15 Bits & Pieces


This Weekend I 4LegaI Notices> I 4 The Starrettes. limited the Bits &:

u .. Pieces to just 5 hits in a 15-4 win June -

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT River Water Management 17.
:' OTlIE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-, District( Route. 3, Wanda Jenkins led the Starrettes,
INTENSION CUlT"' OF FLORIDA IN Box 601, 'Ive 'OaktI7A1985., 1 going 3-4 with a double and a triple. p I
I.S Only: *TO R1GISTER FICTITIOUS AND FOR BRADFORD 32060-'until Ann Nettles had a double and',

NAME COUNTY 6/20 Itchg Tracy Harper had a triple for the
.Pursuant to Section CIVIL ACTION CASE No. Bits & Pieces.Cubbettes.
865.09. Florida Statutes, 85- 271 NOTICE 7 Rebels 3
,f notice Is hereby given LLOYD L. STEVENS Hus- NOTICE Is hereby given The Cubbettes added
'J first-place
,.\ -' "'fP- t,1.; ; : :; ': that WILLIAM the undersigned DAVID, band and RITA G. that on Monday, June 24, another win with a 7-4 victory over
I "" :< ''' I STEVENS, Wife 1985 at 1000 o'clock
Rebels June
;; the Lawtey 17.
;"i'l- '
r' '
.
sole ,
... 11 ........ .;;;. Panasonic doing CRAVEN business under owner the NOTICE OF SUIT-NO A.M., the undersigned, Brenda Mack and Mary Strong
'"" '' ''''' -'-'' ''''' PROPERTYTO Inc.,
Gator Frleghtways
were 2-3 with triples for the winners.
firm name of STARKE CYCLE
: J.LOYD L. STEVENS, will sell at public auctionfor
: ( : 1640 S. Walnut St. Address Unknown Rd. Kelly Richards had a triple and
,.S.:1\'I-1 E' i5" ., : t Stark, Fl. 32091, Intend. YOU ARE HEREBY Jacksonville cash at 2600, Fla.Lloyd, one Valerie Seay a double for the losers.
said
''' -'''' to register fictitious NOTIFIED that an action lot of appliance part
I names under the Bits & Pieces 10 Fillies 6
> i for Dissolution of Marriage Beachmore
consigned to
$ 0' r V H Sl : aforesaid' statute has been filed & Supply, Satellite The Bits &: Pieces pushed the
9" Dated this 19 day of against you and you are Beach, Fla.; one lot of 1 Fillies further into the celler of theWomen's
A.D. 1985 In Brad
June ,
'
required to serve a copy stone cast natl blocks> Softball League with a 10-6
ford County. 6/20 4tpd of your written defenses, consigned to Mr. Harold I I win June 18.
0rl8:'..:.: 1'O 7/11 If any to It, on the plaintiff's Hensby Mims, Flo. to I, Peggy Nettles and Linda Shannon
attorney, whose satisfy freight and 1 I 2-4 to lead Bits & Pieces.
were
Fisher VMS Cable-- ? name and address is storage charges, under, Kelly Jackson was 3-4: with a triple
$ 0 0 DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.A. the provisions of Section 1 I .
Ready) Stereo VCR4wlth I for the Fillies.
l, 3 9 9 P.O. Drawer 1030 4b( ) of Uniformed Standard
Wireless Remote NOTICE Starke, Florida 32091 Bill of Lading.
The Suwannee River and file the original with Gator Freightways, Inc.
Control. Economic Council Inc., the clerk of the above Carrier
Board of Directors will styled court on or before 01.505122 dtd 4/19/85
hold a meeting on June July 18th, 1985: otherwise 6/13.61202tchg Being FootlooseIn
24, 1985,7:30: p.m. at the a ludgement may
Florida.
30 FREE MOVIESIn Holiday Inn In Lake City be entered against you IN THE CIRCUIT ..
Pl 8GetToWa.ch_ Florida.. Gayle Mobley, for the relief demandedin COURT EIGHTH Attention boys and girls 1
SREC; Inc. Deslgnee. the complaint or petition. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN. The Footloose in Florida Programat

45 Days Hurry, Sale Ends Soon 6/20 l ItchgNOTICE and. the WITNESS seal my of hand sold AND BRADFORD FOR COUNTY full your swing.county's public library is in

.. Court on June 18th 1985. FLORIDA.
Notice to local labor There will be a special program
GILBERT S. BROWN As CASE NO.: 85-222-CA
(carpentry) subcontractors for pre-schoolers Tuesday, June 25,
Clerk of said Court By: IN RE The Marriage of
: ;Suwannee River Marlon McRae As MARTY L. at 10 a.m.; At this program the
SAVE MOO00 This Weekend: Economic Council: Inc., Clark... A/7O Airh*.Deputy 7/11 M Hu.bandand KLIMASHKO children will make "thumbprint
hereby announcesNotice animals" and hear the story of The
of Intent to administer NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO "
LINDA L. KLIMASHKO Very Busy Spider.
REGISTER
Camera & Portable the H.R.S.Families Low- FICTITIOUS NAME Wife Next Thursday, June 27, the
Incom. PURSUANT to Section NOTICE OF SUIT NO library will sponsor the third annual
Weatherlzation Bradford County ProgramIn from 865.09, Florida Statutes, PROPERTY Frog Jumping Contest. Prizes will
time to end notice Is hereby given To: MARTY L. be awarded for the largest frog,
the
VHS For Rent ga> of existing present contract. It Is that BETTY N. WARREN, KLIMASHKO smallest frog best frog jump and
anticipated that approximately desiring to engage In ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU most unusual frog. The program
I f $21,150.00 will business under the fictitious ARE HEREBY begins at 10 a.m. Remember, bring
weatherlza- name of WW PROFESSIONAL NOTIFIED that an action your own frog! II Toads are also
$' 0 24-Hour : !j lion be spent carpentry-repair on OFFICE & for dissolution of marriage welcome.!
5 00 labor before the end of PERSONNEL SERVICES at has been filed
-...... 1985 calendar year In 218 Walnut Street against you and you are
Period.PanasonicI Bradford County Starke, Florida 32091 Intends required to serve a copy
_.. .
.. Minimum requirements to register the said of your written defenses, -
or. a letter of reference fictitious name with the if any to it, on the P.tltlon.r'Wlf.'s Youth AssociationTo
M 'o l local' businessperson Clerk of the Circuit Courtof attorney
from :
I minister, proofof Bradford County, whose name and address Sponsor
ACC IIO tY All In Stock I required or local1Icfii. Florida. isTERENCE Softball TourneyThe

: ..., and before a Dated at Starke, bradford M. BROWN '
Radios contract will be accepted County, Florida, this TERENCE M. BROWN., P.- Youth Association
byijSuwanee' River 17th day of June, A.D. A.P.. will sponsor it's Seventh Annual In-
Economic Council, Inc. a 1985. Betty N. Warren620.7114tchg O. Drawer 40 vitational Men's Slow Pitch Softball
G II certificate of insuranceshowing Stark., Florida 32091 Tournament, sanctioned by the
(FT1 15ofc comprehensiveliability .. __, 1904J 964-8272 *""* Florida Amateur Softball Association -

., >, Insurance ,that NOTICE OF and file the original with June 28 and 29 at Edwards Road
.
Inc iid** premise and APPLICATIONOn the Clerk of the above Complex in Starke.
co pl.t.d operation. 6/10/85, MRS. W L styled court on or before 1985 ASA slowpitch rules will be
tttttttsaswss tri4+u 'gy p' We krnon's Compensa-, MOBLEY STAR ROUTE July 2,1985; otherwise a used and enforced In the double-
Hoi I Is deducted from the BOX 26, HAMPTON. FL judgment may be elimination tournament.
16 000 000i1 l lab >r check If not carriedby 32044 for water, made application entered against you for Entry fee is $65 and two new
the Contractor All 2.85-00163 use for permit the relief demanded In restricted flight (red-stitch) softballs -
i1 tho Interested In the av., g.- dalltwithdrawal an the Petition. Make check payable to Youth
'obive mentioned program WITNESS my hand and Softball Association..
-- should contact of 0.0045 the seal of said Court
-' on
STEREO fee and
Entry official
CAR River million gallons per day your ASA
May 28. 1985.GILBERT
Suann roster must be
from received by Monday
Economic Council Inc., ground waters S. BROWN, ,
I I 'iting ol P.O. Box 70 located in S.ctlon 36, CLERK June 24. Please mail to Jerry L.
'MtfIoakFl.32060.onoroef Township 07 South, By: Beulah Moody Mcgriff, P. O. Box 759, Starke,.
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V June 21, 198S- Range 21 East, Bradford 5/30 Florida, 32091.Concession .
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We Accept VISA Cash on 'uannee, River .County, Florida, for 620i stands and restroom
{ Q y Economic Council Is an water utility u.... "" .* ',"' .*>: facilities will be open.
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: Written objections or' ', All proceeds will be used
on this sale Eq 01 Opportunity In conJunction -
,. I loy.- France .T.. comment on this application ,,' with Youth Softball (Junion
available. J.Tko. SREC Inc may be flied ro e Olympic) activities.
financing rl6/20/85ltchg with the Governing Summer '
CAR SPEAKERS Recreation Program. .
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First Presbyterian of Starke Receives First Place Trophy...

Coach Buddy Paterson of First Presbyterian receives the championship Looking on are Fire Presbyterian team members (l-r) Ben Padgett, Second Place Trophy...
trophy of the first annual Starke Volunteer Fire Department Church Donnie Wise, Danny McKinney, Chuck Rieley, Jeff Belcher, Rusty Par Coach Bubba Henshaw, right, of Southside Baptist of Gainesville
League Invitational Tournament from Fire Chief Dwayne llardee. rish, Ricky Bennett, Marcus Cruce, Eddie Dyal, Larry Saucer. receives the second place trophy from Fire Chief Dwayne llardee.

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+ ..wa 1st Presbyterian Wins Slow Pitch TournamentFirst


=:; beat Memorial beat Southside again, this
First Presbyterian Baptist
Presbyterian put together a Johnson Curtis Crawford
Jimmy
L of Lake 15-13 for its first timell-3. Parrish went for 4 ,
Advent City Rusty ,
# team from two years ago for the first Prevatt, and Ricky Johns, all batting
-4 annual Volunteer Fire DepartmentSlow win. Rusty Parrish went 2 for 2, Donnie Wise 3 for 4, Ricky Bennett 3 around .500, led First Methodistat
Pitch Tournament, went Larry Paterson 2 for 3,Larry Saucer for 4. the plate.
undefeated and took home the championship 2 for 2, Marcus Cruce 3 for 4, and Southside baptist was a superb Money was donated by RegisterGas
trophy. Buddy Paterson 2 for 2. Second defensive team, led by Doug Cooper Leonard Schlofman, George I
u baseman diving turned a triple. who made seven diving catches and Roberts Goldkist, Mosley Tire Co.,
N Dyal made a catch of a line only one error. SSB hitting led
1hk was Denmark Furniture, Hurst Shell, I
w First unbeaten drive, touched second, and threw to by Ron Dick
Presbyterian was Wayne Doug Wilbur Waters Woodchipping, Bad- I
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t 0.e through four games for the title. first, catching two runners off base.In Cooper, and Mike battingover cock Furniture, EconoLodge ojL r
Southside Baptist of Gainesville was its second game First .500. Starke. Services were donated by
second at 3-2 in the double elimination Southside Baptist beat First Sun Ice, Chester Little, Starke
tournament played at Edwards Methodist 14-10 in its first game, Recreation Department and Ray
Road Field. First Methodist of Presbyterian beat Northside, leaderof beat New Oak Grove 7-0 in the se- McDowell, Vicki Thomas, DeWitt C.
3 Starke was third at 32. local Church League play, 13-3. cond game, then lost the third gameto Jones Funeral Home, Donnie Net-
Danny McKinney went 4 for 4 with First Presbyterian 98. SSB then
two home runs, Larry Paterson was beat First Methodist a second time, tles.Umpires were Nelson Green, Ran-
The tournament raised $270 for 3 for 3, Rusty Parrish was 3 for 3, 70. Then SSB, coming out of the dy Alvarez, David Tewe, Dwayne
six-month-old Rebecca Rowe who and Donnie Wise went 2 for 3.FP's loser's bracket, lost 11.3 to First Elder, Lott Williams, Jeff Johnson,
has Di-George's Syndrome! which Presbyterian in the championshipgame. Buddy Paterson. Score keeperswere
Anna Ruth Johnson Dana
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I makes her very susceptible to infection third win was over second First Methodist lost the first gameto Whitaker Jack McKinney, Terry
and required heart surgery at place Southside Baptist 98. Rusty SS Baptist, then worked throughthe Paterson. Field crew was Randy
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Parrish went 3 for 4 with two triples
loser's bracket to beat the Starke Gaskins,Darrin Hardee,Erie Biggs,
four months Doctor bills are over and a home run, and Ben Padgettwas
Fire Dept. team 15-8, beat New Oak Rex Seimer, Tom Rowe.
-r-- $150,000 and medication costs over 2 for 3. Grove 12-5, beat Airpark Baptist Darlene Hobbs worked the conces-
V $150 per month. In the championship game, FP's 14-2, then lost to SSB again. Jeff sion stand all weekend.


Third Place Trophy...

First Methodist of Starke Coach Cookie Mundorff and granddaughterJessica Brooker -
receive the third place trophy from Fire Chief Dwayne llardee. RAANorthside !
Leads Church League; .

Ceremony Set .
Northside'' Baptist kept their hold for First Methodist. were 2-3 for New River.
If r dd'?t. i k'tt on first place in the Men's Church Andy Jordan was 2.2 with 2
a t Softball League, sponsored by the doubles for Madison Street. Madison St. 10 Smyrna 9
Starke Recreation Department, by Madison Street Baptist squeezedout
SaturdayThe adding two more wins during the New River 10 Jr. Boys 8 a 10-9 win over Smyrna Baptistin
past week. Northside is followed New River defeated the Jr. Stars June 17 action.
closely by the Starke Stars with a 10-8 in action June 13. Jeff Johnson and C. Johnson were
4i Brooker Athletic 15-3 record. In third place is Smyrna Tod Samons and Jimmie O'Steenhit 3-4 for Madison Street.
Association's Baseball Awards Program Baptist 12-6, followed by First 3-4 for New River. David Norton was 3-4 with a home
postponed last week due to Methodist 10-9, New River 8-10, Robert Thorpe went 3-4 for the Jr. run, and Frank Swindell 3.5 with 2
rain, has been rescheduled for this Madison St. Baptist 6.13, Airpark Stars. doubles for Smyrna.
Saturday, June 22, at 6 p.m. at the Baptist 4-15, and the Jr. Stars 316.
BE ballfield.In Stars 7. Jr. Stars 4 First Methodist 17 Airpark
Starke Stars 22 Airpark 7 The seniors defeated the juniors in 4
case of bad weather, the program The Starke Stars pounded out 24 June between the Starke
will move to Brooker Elemen- a 17 game First Methodist rolled to a 17.4 vic-
i tary School cafeteria.It hits in beating Airpark Baptist June Stars and the Jr. Stars. tory over Airpark Baptist June 18.
13.Jason Tony Diggs led the seniors, going Rick Stephens led the 21-hit attackof
is requested that players turn in Bennett led the Stars, going 3-3 with 2 doubles. First Methodist, going 4.5 with a
s r their unforms at this meeting. 4-5 with a double and a triple. Robert Thorpe, Polk, and Starling home run, 2 doubles and a triple.
Ricky Nugent was 3-4 with a dou- had 2 hits each for the Jr. Stars. Lonnie Olive was 3-4 for Airpark.
ble for Airpark.
a ;}x Summer Program... Northside 9. New River 5 Northside 6 Madison St. 4

BAA will also sponsor a daytime First Methodist 29 Madison Northside defeated New River 9-5 Northside Baptist edged Madison
recreation program tiiis summer, St. 5 in a close game June 17. Street Baptist 6-4 June 18.
says BE Principal Bill McRae. First Methodist rolled to a 29-5 win Pat Welch was 2-3 and Kenny Chit- Steve Cubbage was 2-3 for Nor-
Details will be discussed Saturday at over Madison Street Baptist June 13. ty 2-4 for Northside. thside.
Left fielder Doug Cooper, left, of Suulhside Baptist had only one error in the awards banquet or meet with Barry Thomas and Dennis Jimmy O'Steen, John Samons, David Somerville was 3-4 with a
tournament and made seven diving catches to win the Golden Glove. Summer Director Jimmy Prevatt at Crawford were 4-5 with home runs Lloyd Allen, and Randall Griffis .home run for Madison Street.
First Presbyterian's Rusty Parrish swung his bat for a .750 average, 9 a.m. Monday, June 24, at the
getting 12 hits in 16 official times at bat to win the hitting trophy. Brooker ballfield.


I Summer Recreation Program BeginsThe


IF Starke Stars Finish 5th at InvitationalOutstanding Summer Recreation Programfor Hildebran are in charge of the tennis the games must be made'-'" the day.

youngsters 4-14 is now in full swing courts from 9:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. before.
at the Starke Recreation Depart- on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Balls On Fridays, field trips are plannedfor
The Starke Stars, senior boys 18 defensively for the of Georgia in a grueling 11-inning ment. are provided by the Recreation Wild Waters, Slip-N-Slidand a
years of age and under, had a 3-2 Stars were pitcher John David Fran game. Regular time for tiny tots, ages 4-6 Department, but players must bring faculty concert. Priority will be
record and a fifth place finish among cis, catcher Ron Brown, shortstop That's probably what took the is Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 their own rackets. given to regular participants, and
12 slow pitch softball teams in the Robert Carver, and first baseman wind out of the sails of the Starke a.m. until 12 noon at the Pratt Street Outdoor activities are scheduled the center will be closed on those i
Friendly City Invitational in Tifton, Jason Bennett. team, said Coach Jerry McGriff. Center. A $7 fee covers from 9:30am. until 11 a.m. Mondayand days. A schedule is available at the ,
I Ga. this past weekend. The Stars were eliminated from the refreshments and some special arts Wednesday mornings. These In- center. r
For the Stars, Mike Chappel went Tire: Mars: edged the KFC Junior tournament 12-7 by Jo Jo's of Tifton. and crafts supplies. Hand prints, clude vollyballkickball and other There will be free play at the Pratt I
7 for 15 at the plate, a .466 average. Rollers from Tifton 7-6 in their first Tournament winner was probably'Tifton bead work and fun await tiny tots, games with ribbons and awards for Street Center on Mondays, f r
Sean Robinson was 6 for 11 or .546. game. The Stars lost 10-3 to Kenny's Mavricks, defending national with Linda Alday in charge. the best players. Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 I
Shane Johnson was 3 for 4 or 750. A's from Johnson City, TN, won a champions for boys 13 and under, The Recreation Department is Monday afternoons include such a.m. until noon. Available are an '
Justin Williams was 4 for 7 or .571. forfeit from Martinez II of Moultrie, who were undefeated when the Stars open weekdays from 9 a.m. until 5 activities as spelling bees, arm assortment of games and other l
Mark Hardee was 4 for 8 or .500. and then edged 7-6 by Leesburg AA left for home. p.m. with a number of programs wrestling and ping- ng. equipment. While the youngest j>
open for youngsters ages 714. Anew Tuesday is movie day, with a children are at the center on Tues ;
event for the year is the Playground special rate at the Florida Theater. day and Thursday mornings, older '
I Regulations Set for New Season Superstar, which, according to For $1.50 the youngsters get to see a ones are not allowed in. j'
M Hunting Starke Recreation Department PG movie and have popcorn and a Supervision for lunch is availableand I
Director, Cheryl Godwin, has 10 coke. Permission slips and admission each child may bring their own !
TALLAHASSEE-The five- other agencies to modify speed chery/muzzleloading gun season in,, events on the order of the super are due at the Recreation lunch. A refrigerator and drink I
member Game and Fresh Water zones and improve information the Northwest Region will run from '. stars' challenges. Department on Monday. machine are available at the center. I
Fish Commission, at its meeting distributed at toll booths on Alligator Feb. 1 16. Eight of the 10 events are chosen by Wednesday afternoons, arts and The staff for the summer program
May 10, adopted several measures Alley, and clear road rights-of-way The Commission also approvedthe the participants, ranging from a tenpin crafts work will begin at 2 p.m. For includes Linda Alday. Barbara t
designed to help the critically. of brush to provide greater visibility hunting regulations for Type I tournament to frisbee throwingto 75-cents each week, the artists get to Brown, Debbie Ward. Patrick
endangered Florida panther. for drivers.In wildlife management areas (WMAs) bike racing to an obstacle course. make rings,weave a basket, make a Diggs Tangela Parks and Angela I
"These measures are aimed at other business, the Commission and added two new areas to the i,,Top boy abd girl will be awarded a mobile or cast a sand candle.On Davis. '
alleviating two major problems facIng established the open seasons for take management area system. The new :plaque with ribbons for second to Thursdays, it's bowling for up Youngsters may still sign up for
I the panthers: the possibility of ing non-migratory game for 198586. areas are the Chassahowitzka WMA ;sixth place. Compitetition is on to two games for 75-cents each. the program by calling the Starke
an inadequate food supply and General gun season will begin Nov. in Hernando County and the An- i Monday afternoons. Shoes are free and the van leaves at Recreation Department at 9646942or
usually-fatal collisions with vehicleon 16 and end Jan. 12 In the remainderof drews WMA in Levy County. 't Debbie Ward and Kirby.! Joe 1:45: for Starke Lanes. Payment.! for 964-6792...:... i
the roads in south Florida," said the state. Anterless deer will be Other action taken at the meeting I '
Allan Egbert, head of the Commis- legal to take on private lands included the reduction in the lengthof
I sion's Division of Wildlife. statewide on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. The the gopher tortoise season and in Fox Season Begins July 1 i
The regulations passed for the Big fall turkey season will run from Nov. the bag limit. The gopher tortoise .
Cypress Wildlife management Area 16 through Jan. 12 statewide and the season will run from Oct. 1 through '-' -
prohibit the use of ATCs for the pur- spring turkey season will be from Jan 1, a reduction of three months t. LAKE CITY Five north Florida Stockle reminds local hunters that mentea.
pose of hunting, fishing, and frogg- March 15 through April 20. the bag limit has been reduced from, ;wildlife management areas will the Phillips Pasture portion of the I
Ing, reduce quatoas in some of the Archery season will be open Sept. five to two.: Additionally, certain' j once again echo the sound of the Lake Butler Wildlife ManagementAtea utner wildlife management areas
units for the first nine days of hun- 7 and close Oct. 8 in that portion of areas of south Florida will be closed T hounds, as the 1985 fox season begins located near Lake City, will be open to fox hunting include Auchilla
ting season, and limit the number of the state lying south of SR 72 to Are to taking gopher tortoises.The July 1."Fox. open tit fox hunting from July 1 Wildlife Management Area located
days hunters can use dogs for hunting chadia and eastward along SR 70. In' Commission also conceptually .j I. hunting in Florida is a non- through October I, "Although ITT near Perry, Steinhatchee Wildlife
deer and hogs to the nine-day the remainder of the state, archery approved regulations for hunting onl consumptive sport in which" the fox Rayonier Incorporated will be I Management Area located near
quota period, Egbert said. season will run from Oct. 5 through national wildlife refuges and Type II rt is chased, but not killed, said Art removing this land from the Mayo, Nassau Wildlife Management
The Commission will also be taking Nov. 3. Muzzleloading gun season WMAs. Final 'approval of these y Stockle,' wildlife biologist for the management area, the company has Area located near Yulee and
action to minimize the incidentsof will be from Nov. 8-10 statewide, regulations will\ be voted on at the .I Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- agreed to allow fox hunting until October Osceola Wildlife Management Area
panther roadkills by working with and the special ar- next meeting of the Commission jnission's northeast region. 1 deadline," Stockle corn- located near Lake City.



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u. By Mark Kricdtin!! Another is the 155MM, 109A2 and A3 self-propelled
BCT Staff Writer Howitzer, which hurls an explosive projectile weighing
Big guns are booming at Camp Blanding. 80 pounds to its mark even further downrange into the
The largest concentration of men and machines ever target area. Both of these weapons are mounted on
to visit this 72,000 acre Florida National Guard trainingsite tracks, giving their crews a degree of mobility vital in
6 is currently in the midst of one of the largest exer- fast-paced, modern warfare.
cises of its kind, a massive mobilization that will test Also, the 105MM TOWED artillery pieces will be
the readiness of guard units from all over the fired by troops here. These weapons are literally towed
southeast. into their respective firing position by powerful,
More than 5,000 troops from the Florida and Puerto specially built vehicles. '
Rico National Guard as well as Army Reservists from "Florida Army National Guard's 227th Field Artillery -
various locations throughout the state and the Brigade affiliated unit at Fort Bragg, N.C. has a
southeast began arriving at Camp Blanding last weekto real world mission," Major Redding said. "In case of a
participate in their annual two-week training period. general mobilization, our unit will be integrated with
The troops make extensive use of the sprawling theirs, thus, while they are here they require both day
Camp Blanding facility, which has a range of different and night training exercises to simulate real-world
terrains and geographical features which make it unique conditions. Some will fire on a 24-hour period during
% among other training sites available to the guard- their training: tests, especially during the latter stagesof
smen. their AT (annual training) period here"
"The units really have the advantage og being ableto ... ....... _
go all out in an effort to make their training as accurate __ '' t
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and as realistic as possible," commented Major \ 'ifJ1it
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Norman "Butch" Redding, operations officer, CBTS fl
"Here in Camp Blanding they have the miles of firing v
ranges they need to test the capabilities of their # '
weapons and support equipment under conditions very
t I similar to a real battlefield environment."
t rlu Florida national guardsmen from Miami's 227th Ar-
tillery Brigade and one of its subordinate battalions,
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6M k I. contingent of troops. Two Puerto Rico Army National j .i.it.
Guard battalions, the 1st and the 2nd of the 162nd Field
Artillery Brigade and the 7th Battalion of the 9th Field
Artillery Brigade, USAR, will also be here to augmentthe
; + large concentration of artillerymen who will be
t < j j4i i shattering the silence of this usually quiet range.
't A < Another group of guests at the facility, which has
x been growing itself in the past four years under
4i /: I Reagan-administration defense spending boosts, will
be the Jacksonville-headquartered 50th Area Support
Group, Florida Army National Guard, as well as
several military police companies, a service and sup- '
port unit, three maintenance companies, two signal I" ,.:
outfits, a transportation company, and ordinance unit #:
: and medical units the ,/ .; ,
support make-up remaining
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? man-power troops which will be here this year. >"S1',.,1;: ...
This is the fourth time this year that Camp Blanding's l' ,.;
Support Unit has hosted men and their machines for any fi' < .
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wfi annual training period. For many of the men involved wDeadly y..
'in"Uie training it is their first trip to Florida. Camp Timer...
4 _, 'Blanding. hosts many units, civilian and military, This timed firing pin explodes the artillery shells. at ,

P 'manyt.aupsiratlktoa.eJlmvaer.lhe States and some from even further.Sou4hQuF "i,.'i},'1"11 l1.nijAll"o ,'r"1',.CtWV.-..J'!'Ille d 'f
Although this is not the first time that the Big Guns The highly technical nature of modern warfare and
have fired at this training facility, this will mark the the training that must precede it, point out one of the
first time that such a large group of artillery troops facts that many recruiters are quite proud of. Today'smodern
have gathered here in such a large group. soldier is highly educated, motivated and well

The results have shattered the usual silence of the equipped both mentally and physically for the job of
which is bordered Heights, Starke defending the U.S. in a sometimes-hostile world."I .
range, by Keystone of the basic "Grunt"Hootsoldier
think the perception
and Kingsley Lake, and who's residents have long lived public "
for the better commented
is ,
with these "Summer Guns" which boom out during ( ) changing
the command
Intelligence Officer Frank Leifer from
and exercises alike.
day night
the artillery batteries through a
Night exercises are particularly dramatic. post sophisticated directing communications network. "They used to

Helicopters roar through the dark sky searching out have this image of the dull, plodder walking throughthe
itI itIi "targets' for artillery emplacements hidden in the mud, but this is changing rapidly. This is a highly
forest miles downrange. technical battleground we will be fighting in today, and
every member of these four batalhons is an expert in
Flares erupt suddenly, blazing with, a smokey, fitful his or her field.
light as they arc toward the ground in spiraling paths- The command post Leifer is a part of is a mobile
i r '" the targets have been sighted in Vietnam the ar command center that would be set up in short notice as
tilleryman's prey could have been a division of North close as possible to the front lines in a real-war situa-
T Vietnamese regulars trying to overrun a Marine base tion. The post was heavily guarded when this reporter
camp in a steaming, tropical jungle; in Korea the visited, complete with M-16 armed soldiers posted in
target might have been a "human wave" of Chinese foxholes guarding the entrances to( fourwheeldriveonly
L. ; troops attempting to take one of those nameless "hills"for maze of dirt roads which criss-cross this huge
which so many lives were lost. training area) who demanded the proper password for
!. the before visitors were allowed to the enter the
The localities change, but the support of long- day
may which is also surrounded by bales of
command area,
has proud history of bringing
range artillery a
wire.
barbed
massive, accurate firepower within calling distance of razor sharp
with air-conditioners and mobile generators
Inside,
American troops under fire in hostile battleground hunched over
Intelligencespecialists
situations, a fact that Is greatly appreciated by the humming busy
it brightly Tit maps which showed them the extent of the
men on the front line. "target" area for the day and area in the middle of

exercise the range marked with bright red circles.It .
Featured weapons to be used in the training
include the M110, 203MM self-propelled Howitzer. This would most assuredly be a hellish place to be if you

d awesome mobile weapon has an eight inch barrel and were an enemy soldier.
fires a projectile weighing over 200 pounds many miles
through the air to its target, where the force of the ac- See... Bi Guns...
companing explosion blasts a crater out of the groundup Page 6t.
to 50 feet wide and 20 feet deep.

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A Florida National Guard soldier
carefully arms a load of 2W( lb.
shells!top left) for the mas h'e N'
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4th of July Airshow at Keystone Heights will be the biggest yet I Ilark



ByMarkFi'ledlin his Pitts Special, Ken Yetter in his through some of the maneuvers that
BCT Staff Writer Stevens Acro, and featuring Mark won him many awards in the various
The Keystone Aero Club, Inc. is Marsh in the worlds fastest Pitts contests around the country. He
.>* sponsoring an air show at the Special. The event promises to be an resides in Switzerland,FL with wife,
Keystone Heights Airport on June exciting attraction for the entire Joann, and daughter Jennifer and is
29, 19115 that promises' to be a thrill family with sun, fun, food, and soft a frequent summer visitor in the
m for anyone interested in aviation. drinks. The airport is located on Keystone Heights Starke area.
.. The club's show \two years ago, Route 100, 5 miles west of Keystone The Pitts Special is a uniquely
staged in conjunction with 4th of July Heights. maneuverable aircraft, specially
: :: festivities in Keystone Heights, Though a relative newcomer on designed for stunts that would stress
: was a big success. the air show scene, Mark Marsh is other craft past the limits of their
Donation will be :$3.00 for adults, well known in this area for his expert "performance envelope" and well
1 I'II'e children under 10 free, with 10 per- tise in Aerobatic Contest flying. suited for Marsh's "high stress"
'e cent of the proceeds going to the Mark is past president of the Inter show, including a variety of rolls,
A t Cerebral Palsy Association.The national Aerobatic Club, IAC spins and stalls designed to bring to
event will run from 10:00: AM Chapter 63 in St.Augustine Florida, the crowd to their feet every time.
until 4:00 PM, with the flying show and placed third at the IAC Cham- The prop driven plane can reach
starting at 12:00: noon. Featured pionship in 1983 at Fon Du Lac, speeds of up to 198 miles per hour in
:,. n7 events! through the day will include Wisconsin.He level flight and is also equipped witha
,, I,,' k airplane rides, a tethered balloon started flying Aerobatics with smoke release system, enabling
by ra jA ride para-planes, ultralights, radio the well known airshowman and Marsh to "paint" colorful trails of
controlled models, and a display of aerobatic instructor, Jim Holland, smoke in the sky.
military Jets,helicopters, and World and is now a likely candidate for a The static displays of military air
War II vintage aircraft. future World contest. His stunts will craft, both jets and WW.II prop
The exciting air show will feature be sure to bring out the oohs and driven planes, should be of special
precision maneuvers by the ahhs in the crowd this year in interest to plane nuts, and there are
I keystone Aerosports Skydivers with Keystone.You quite a lew in this area who like to
multi-colored parachutes, smoke will see him inair shows flipping -
'' and all; aerobatic stunts by Bill his little supercolorful blue, Air Show...
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Forward spotters hidden in the enemy hardarmored( ) target which target area with a shattering explo
deep brush so similar to South or has been located by the spotters; the sion.
Central with radios locate other type Includes a timer
America The shells are packed with a variety -
enemy troop or armor concentra mechanism that is set to explode at a of different size powder loads for NOTICE *
tions and signal their position. pre-determined time. different ranges, depending on the
Triangulations are made quickly After the shells are armed they mission and can be armed conven-
back at headquarters, then a rapid are hoisted onto the cannon tional TNT, fragmentation loads
succession of tiring orders are bark- mechanism with a hydralic loader which burst in a deadly ; of
spray
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As the word goes out to the score of breech of the big gun. Two techni- (none is tested at Camp Blandirig gas APRFinancing
hidden with cians either side make the final
gun emplacements a on even one of the small(less than a
convincing new camouflage design aiming adjustments then a burly megaton) nuculear warheads."It .
the highly trained gun crews leap in- sargeant yanks a lanyard.The .
to action. guns roar with a sound like a can be dangerous work, but
200 pound shells looking like fat massive thunderstorm, betraying you when you get a good team effortin
ugly messengers of death and their positions only momentarily by this type of training it makes.it all
destruction are armed with either belching smoke out of the long gun worthwhile," said one of the men at
one of two types of firing tubes poking out of the protective the 105 gun emplacement. "We're
mechanism; the first a conven- netting as the shells scream toward ready for anything."
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Starke 964.5451 eG

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KII Arrests MadeAt in Bradford County by local 45. Loaded
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Video StoresSix Donald Bayne Mathews of Starke
people were charged with was arrested June 17 for driving
distribution of obscene material while license suspended according $700 DiscountSPECIALS
June 12 by the Clay County Sheriff's to Corporal David Goodner.
Office ,following arrests at two Mathews was released after a $210 Y M
businesses in the Keystone area and surety bond was posted.
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Dedmon. Those arrested were
Mon. TUB. Wad.Thur. 7:00. 9:00:
Isador
Hernandez of Starke was
with both state statues and
charged arrested on a capias June 17 charg- Sat Sun. 9:00 7:00: tOo USED
Clay County's new pornography or-
dinance. "The public is saying 'Wedon't ing sexual battery on a child under SCREEN Z :
want pornography in this county 12 years of age,according to Deputy
," said Dedmon. Eugene Lee. Hernandez, 15, has
Arrested was Sun Video owner been certified an adult.Bond was set Com are to New !
at$2,000.
Dale Edward Seymour 22, of

employees Keystone Heights Dianne R.and Seader Video 46 Barn, of Sylvester June Lott 15 of for Starke attempted was arrested 1985 RANGER PICKUP 1984 F250 ((4x4))

Archer and Darlene Pressley, 34, of burglary according to Patrolman Tu-Tone Paint Air 8,600 G.V.W. 351 H.O. ((4BRL),
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raid at the Sun Video. violation of probation and held under 9,000 V-6, 5-Speed, XL Auxiliary ,
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Recent ArrestsIn Thomas Franklin was arrested Starke 964-7484 Lights, Like New! Black

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Alachua murder of Cecil Batie. .by the prosecutors that they won't !' : "t MGrffsPECIALl i :
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those another years in the when field one seemed advance to come after ;Chiropractic Power Windows, Locks; Tilt,

with rapid succession. Cruise, Tanks. '2,400 Stereo
"The displays, even the ones not CenterSame
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younger people," said Aero Club Care Very Special i I
Member Joe Pallone, who has the $ .
busy job of supervising; preparationsfor Workers Compensation and $11,995
the event. 'One first things
people ask about the show is if we auto injuries accepted. $12,495
are going to have the old planes on I
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planes in particular." Headaches, Low Back Pain, -

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rides on a tethered hot air'ballon .. Terwillegar
avaialble most of the day.This event
will be new to this show this year. RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C _
"The balloon exhibitions have
been popular at other shows so we 4737213Lawrence 964-7200 3711096 388-FORD 473-FORD
decided to bring one to Keystone as .
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at successful as the last one was we i.., Keystone Heights ,
should be able to feature IhS each 'Mon.-FrL:8:3O.600: : 209, W. Madison State Road,21
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Hanson McMillan died at the dead while at the scene of the accident -
scene Friday afternoon when her by Dr. Carlos Hernandez, ac-
car was struck broadside as she at- cording to Paramedics Cliff Chap-
to enter Call Street. man and Dan Cuddingdon. She apparently
Inured in the accident was Laura died from traumatic
'I # r, r Jeanne Garcia,17,of Kingsley Lake, asphyxiation said Chapman
X11 driver of the other vehicle.
to the acci- McMillan alone in
Rescue 60 responded Mrs. who was
dent, taking Laura to Bradford her vehicle, was pulling from her
1 -- : Hospital then to North Florida private drive at 3:05: p.m. The Gar-
--. Regional Hospital in Gainesville cia vehicle was eastbound on SR-230
M where she was treated for several (Call Street) when the McMillian
rr fractures on her cervical processes.She vehicle: pulled into it's path. Garcia
Of was released later Friday.When attempted to stop but could not and
contacted June 19, Laura said she collided! with the McMillan vehicle,
was still sore but was doing fine except according to Patrolman Rick Splitt.
for her neck. No charges were filed in the acci-
T.. Mrs.1If.Milh.n was pronounced dent. Both vehicles were totalled.

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In this scene, looking toward town Mrs. M Mman's car was struck in .
Scene of Friday's SR-230 Fatal Auto Accident...
the driver's door by the other car drivn by Laura Garcia, and spun
Hanson'(Mrs. M.G.) McMillan was killed in this automobile accident around.Fireman are working I to extricate Miss Garcia from her vehicle,
Friday afternoon on a rain-slickened SR-230 in east Starke. which was heading east on SK-230 when the collision occured. -
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I Jury Finds Starke Man Guilty of Sexual Battery More Information

Call Lake Butler! Apts.
A Starke man was sentenced to Tuesday,June 18, morning and end witness who testified on her own tion Team.
life in prison after a Bradford County ed for Hickox when the jury of two behalf in an emotional courtroom Only the wife of the defendant took
jury Wednesday found him guilty men four women came in after 32 scene, with family members of both the stand in defense of the state's 496-3141 Tuesday & ThursdaySubsidy
of the sexual battery of his stepdaughter minutes deliberation with a verdictof victim and defendant present.A claims. The defendant was
guilty. friend of the victim, who had represented by attorney William A. Available for Thos> Who Qualify
Hickox was sentenced by Judge R. been told of the December incident Bessent III.
Burt Norman Hickox,45,of Starkewas A. "Buzzy" Green to life In prison eight days after it happened by the
arrested February 12 on a grand with a mandatory 25-year sentence. victim,testified as well as a teacher, Judge Green had no alternativebut
Jury indictment charging sexual battery Hickox was fingerprinted representative from HRS and In- to sentence Hickox to a 25-year .G)
upon a child 11 years of age and court and returned to the Bradford vestigator David Aderholt.Also call- minimum mandatory life sentenceas
lewd assault upon a child under 16 County Jail.Assistant. ed for the prosecution was Dr. F T. required by law. He will be
years of age. State Attorney Thomas Webber of Gainesville who is transported to the Reception and EVUl IMWSIMmUTMJTT
The trial in circuit court started Elwell called the victim as his first medical director of the Child Protec Medical Center later this week. :.



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Clyde T. Hall ti,
T. Gilbert A. Gabhart a retired trapeze artist and was ,Conner) The family that never forgets us Card of Thanks

Adkins St., Starke Mall. 73,died of 711 East Gilbert Austin Gabhart, 49, of Catholic by faith. *J on May 25 and always remembersW. May we take this method of thank-
Tuesday, Route He is survived by his wife, Mrs. T.,and our losts.
June 18 3 Box 395, Starke, died Thurs- ing our neighbors and friends for
Hospital following Bradford County day, June 13, at the Whispering Barbara Jean Batten Fecteau of Special ThanksA Thank You for the flowers as their kind expressions of sympathyin
was and raised a brief in illness he Pines Care Center following an extended Starke; two daughters Ghent Mrs. Susan Special Thanks to thefamily of ,always. May God Bless You All, for our bereavement. These expressions -

son ofothe late Charlie a daHester illness. Mr. Gabhart was the York Fecteau-Spohler and of New', Bud, Marty Michelle and Jeff your kindness and love have been deeply appreciatedThe
Prevatt former pioneer son of the late John and Anna Lee Miss Diane Fecteau' of Clemens. From W.T.Prevatt Family James Leon Conner FamilyNormafn's
Bradford resident of Gabhart. He was born and raised in Midway Park, N.C.; six brothers,
He was County. Peoria, 111. and was retired from theBorden's Louie Fecteau of Ghent, N.Y., Ed- III!!- liilllll--
retired from the St. mond
Joseph Milk Fecteau of Huntington,Mass., h..
Company In
paper Company in Jacksonville,as a He Ernest Fecteau of Danvers, Mass., /
Leesburg. later
moved to the
supervisor,and also
retired
Archie
from the Bradford Fecteau of Dundee,111..Silvio
Sunland County area where he has
Training Center in Fecteau of Berlin, N. Hampshire.
resided
some 18 Mr. Gabhart
Gainesville. He was a member of years. Maurice Fecteau of Chatham, N.Y ,
Pine was of the Baptist faith.
Level Baptist Church. a sister, Mrs. Alice F. Bourgeron of
He is survived His survivors include: a son, Ar-
by his wife Market
Phoenix Arizona
: Mrs. nold ; and one grand-
Irene Prescott Hall of Starke 2 Gabhart of Bell view; 3 daughter.No .
; daughters,Jean Hardee and Pauline
sons,
Clyde L. "Browning" Hall
local funeral
of services
Starke, and Eddy Hall of Fernan- Plemmons! of Starke, Barbara Dar- ned. Jones Funeral Home,are 514 plan-East U.S. 301 South 964-6071

dina Beach; 4 sisters, Mrs. Alta rah of Naples; a sister Ruby Elliotof Nona St., Starke, was in charge of "The Store For More"
Jacksonville
brother Country
Youngblood of Waldo,Mrs.Clemmie ; a Russell arrangements.
I Partin, Mrs. Lucille Kickliter, both Gabhart of Waldo, and 10 grand Open 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon thru. Sat.
of Tampa, and Mrs. Marjorie children. Card Of ThanksThe Compare Our Prices & Savelll///

brother of Ft. Lauderdale; a Funeral services were on Satur- kindness and sympathy of We Accept USDA Food Stamps
Rev. Wilbert day, June 15, in the chapel of Archie
Hall of Tanner neighbors and friends in our recent
Funeral
Home. With the
Tallahassee
; 12 grandchildren and sorrow will always remain with us
Rev. Gene
11 great Bass officiating. Burial
grandchildren. as a precious memory. Our sincere
was in the Crosby Lake
Archie Cemetery thanks and gratitude for all those
Tanner Funeral Home was in

Funeral services are scheduled to charge of the arrangements. comforting The Family acts. of Alex B Kerbawy

be conducted at 11:00: a.m. Thurs -. -
day, June 20 at the chapel of Archie Wilfred J. FecteauMr. Card of ThanksThe

Tanner Funeral Home of Starke kindness and sympathy of
Wilfred John
Fecteau
with 79, of
Rev.
Roman Alvarez, of and friends recent USDA Western Choic
Hwy. 301 North, Starke, died neighbors in my
ficiating. Burial will follow in Santa will remain with me
always
Fe Wednesday, June 12, at his sorrow
Cemetery with
Funeral Home Archie Tanner residence. Born in Berlin, New as a precious memory. My sincere SIRLOIN TIPSTEAKS
the arrangements.of Starke in charge of Hampshire July 16, 1905, Mr. thanks and gratitude for all those Medium

Fecteau moved to Starke, from New comforting acts
York, 14 years ago. Mr. Fecteau was Mrs.Leon Conner(Fronie Crews SPARE RIBS



Timothy Timothy Earl Ross Earl,14 Ross,of POBox W.M. Lloyd, Jr. Fred Tillman $ -i. 9 .. $1.99
394, Waldo, died Sunday, June 16, at Lb. I. IIt' Lb.
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his home following an extended il
lness. He was born and raised in Fit-
sgerald, Ga., and later moved to USDA 't USDA

Alachua County. He attended Lincoln HAY BALING Western Choice
Junior high School of Western Choice -
Gainesville and was a member of
the Church of God of Starke. Custom Cut GROUNDROUND

Survivors include: his father, Mr BEEF RIBS
James Earl Ross and mother Mrs:
Louise Fender Ross, both of Waldo-; I
three sisters, Tiffany, Stephanie ((904)) 781.4277 ((904)) 786.4731 $
and Michelle Ross, all of Waldo;: $1.39 "
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ida Family $1 7 Q
Fender of Nashville, Ga.; paternal I W Lb.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pak
Ross Jr. of Fitzgerald, Ga.
Funeral service was conducted on You "Can't" Teach
Tuesday, June 18, at the Church of

God Montz of officiating.Starke with Burial Rev.followed Walter in An Old Vac USDA Western Choice USDA Western Choice


Ga.Evergreen, with Archie Cemetery Tanner in Fitzgerald Funeral, New Tricks! SIRLOIN TIP USDA Western Choice BONELESSSIRLOIN

Home of Starke in charge of ar

rangements. L BUT YOU CAN GET EXTRA ROAST$1.79u CUBE STEAK
SAVINGS WHEN YOU TRADE
YOUR OLD CLEANER IN FOR
James E. Sheldon A NEW HOOVER! Family$1 99STEAK

James Eugene Sheldon, 72, of .
1609-3 Deer Run, Starke, died Tues- TRADEINSALE
day, June 18, at North Florida $ L.iSiJ
Regional Hospital in Gainesville, !! Lb.
following a brief illness.He was born t Quarter Pork
and raised in New York and was
retired from the Armstrong Court LOIN I CHOPS Pork Center Lykes
Company as a machines He was of

the Methodist ,faith and moved to oJ. .. 1) ,"" 11:291b.;'>S'. .e CUTCHOPS. --. err 4 Boneless-- Party. ,. .
/8WQ-ke si six..years ago where: ::..his 1 _
resldedsince. '20 With Trade Fresh HAM
His survivors include: his wife, Trade Save
Mrs. Dorothy Sheldon of Starke; two Save '30 With
daughters, Mrs. Julie Burtis of NECK BONES
Fulton, New York, and Mrs. Jo $1 89

and Elizabeth four grandchildren.Johnson of Jacksonville; W/Trade 4 Lbs. 1.00 1.69 Lb. Lb.

Funeral services are scheduled to "
be conducted at 2:30: p.m. Thursdayat HOOVER. $99 95 NUTRITIOUS-DELICIOUS. ;, L
Convertible .
the chapel of Archie Tanner ..
Funeral Home with Rev. Ray Upright HOOVER. .
Williams officiating, with cremation with Dirt ConvertebliContainer FRESH FRUITS :
following Archie Tanner Funeral t Upright
Home in Starke is in charge of the .
........, All steel HondK
arrangements. ,.N.....M.O'e........_ \I 18'Cord W/Wrap Golden Sweet South CarolinaBANANAS
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Elicia C. Boswell .. $1.00
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Mrs. Elicia Celeste Boswell, 42, of No Shock HoodMOAConduaiv CLb.. PEACHES 3 Lb s.
Bundy Lake, Route 1, Melrose, died 169 I i *|u aM
POWERFUL
in St. Vincents Hospital Wednesday -
following a brief illness. Born in Col- W.TI r 4.8 AMP MOTOR .

umbia, S.C., May 3,1943,she movedto Reg. '199" 1 M Stwl.R.aMp Aflrtator au IS dI.t.N
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this area 18 months ago from M putt.S .L.m DA
Atlantic Beach. She was a Baptistand .ton 9fyeMoe tMedium
employed by Moyer Nursery, Rug adpnhnerd| [
McRae. Full-Tim

She is survived by her husband,J. Edge ClMnlng
Boswell,Jr. a daughter Carol
Tony ;
Diane Schwalenberg of Bundy Lake; Green Crisp Calif.BROCCOLI. North Carolina

a son, Ronald A. Boswell of Bundy Save W\\\\\ Trade
Lake; her father, H.T. Hornsby of Save Save Save H2O BELL PEPPERS STRING BEANS
Weldon, N.C.; her mother, Ruth G.
Moyer of Rossville, Ga.; a brother,
Frank Moyer of Ringgold, Ga. and a 79C 79 4ge
half brother,Howard Hornsby,Jr.of Concept 8 for Bunch Lb.
Weldon N.C.; two sisters, Lola HOOVER.
Thomaston of Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. One Convertible
and Patricia Stoops of Chattanooga, Cleaner Snow White Small FancyCUCUMBERS California Head
Tenn.; and a granddaughter, .Power DrIveTM LETTUCE 49C
with
Desarae Schwalenberg. .ouadraflex1MAgitation
services held on .Two.Speed MotorAttechments Headlight CAULIFLOWER
Funeral were
.... .. Crimson Sweet9ge
in the Dewitt C. .a..wq
Saturday, June 8, *Powerful.0 Amp motor
Jones Chapel in Keystone Heights. S Cord Reel *.it. qi top-flll' WATERMELONSHead
.Quick ft CleanBag poMlion fug MuHmntP129 89C
Chaplain Douglas Hughes officiated. 8 for f
ChangeDual
Jones Funeral Home, Highway 100, Headlight 1.99 Ea.
Keystone Heights was in charge of .Self-Adjusting! 95
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the arrangements.S. Nozile
.Dual Handle Release ;
FRESH SEAFOOD
Brushed Edge Cleaning W/Trade
Henry Neel _
Mr. S. Henry Neel, 82, of Sylvan Reg. '149" "_ Florida Medium
Way Keystone Heights, died at his a Lg*Peeled
residence Wednesday morning. Mr. LOBSTERTAILS & Deveined SEA Freshwater
Neel was a native of Abbyville,S.C., Complete with S piece
lived in Jacksonville for many years Power'Seal Attachments CATFISH
before moving to Keystone Heightsin SHRIMP6.79u. SCALLOPS$3.99u
1968. He was a retired self-
employed printer and typesetter; he $1.39
$
was a member of the Keystone $ Lb.
3. 9Each
Heights Community Church; he wasa .
member of Melrose Lodge No. 89, ,
F. & A. M. and the Keystone Shrine
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Club. .
Surviving is his wife,Cecil Stanley SPECIALS
Neel; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia if& SPECIALS SPECIALS
Ring and Mrs.Sandra'Guinn,both of
Jacksonville; a brother,Mason Neel
of Long Beach, Calif.; four grand CHICKENS'
children and three great grand- P OR KBUTTS

children. Denmark Furniture O" % / $279Each
Funeral services were held on Friday -
.June 7, in the Keystone heights:
l'Community Church with the pastor, 434 W. Call Street Starke '

Rev. Buddy C. Fnedlin.,officiating. RIBS 99
Burial with Masonic 964-5826 or 964-5827 $1 I Lb.
in the High Springs Cemetery. Jones $799
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights Established in 7923 SlabI
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and paid In th.n lOcenta for each word thereafter.
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HOME FOR SALE: 3-BR, 1 I/2-BA. CH/A, FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX
MOTORCYCLES 1 acre, $45000.00. 6 1/2 miles from MOBILE HOMES Utilities Included. Private yad and en
prison. Owner will hold mortgage FOR SALE trance. No children or pet. PH.

964.4236 6/20 tfnchg 964-5970 6/13 chgtfn .. ,. _.. _
114 HONDA CRXt 6500.00 extras. FOR SALE 6 yr. old brick home, 4-BR, 2 BR MH on private tree studded lot on .c;: ,' :: :: :"

Call 964-8875 during day, 473-3924 3-B, CH/A, family room formal dining, SKYLINE HOME CENTER. Hwy. 301 N. Griff! loop also Farm house,for Rent ,, (
evenings. Jackie Thoma., owner. 6/20 sunken living room on 5.40 acres. Stark. Com see Ray Gouln, formerly after 6 p.m. 468-2374 6/6 6/13( 6/20)) 1. -r'I
1 Itpd Many other amenities 964-4144 6/20 of Lake Chavy-Old, for the bargain 2tchg : ITrufillegar'REALTY
llpd W* buy and move used homes FURNISHED TRAILER 3 BR. 2 BA, screen .
YARD SALE ,964-4414 or 964-4778. 4/26 tfn proch shade tree. 1 child maximum. ,
BUSINESS MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12 x 65 mobile $225/mo. First and last month rent Q''KOI c

YARD SALEi Frl and Sat Misc. and fresh horn 2 br, 3'/ ton central Heat/air 431-1568 Raiford 6/201tch9 .
cucumbers. NE 10th St. 1/2 mile off OPPORTUNITIESOWN look like brand n.w. $6.000 964-7312. 1 BEDROOM APT. FOR RENT 403 N. ) J
FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Home In Walnut St. $175.00/month. Rent In ad.
highway 16E cond. $2700-4500 each Utilities unfurnished LL ....; ....' PHONE 964.7776
CHURCH YOUTH good to exc. vance. 6/20ltpd
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR:
Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 BA trailer, with roofover CECILIAtERWILLtGAR ,
sale Sat.. Jun.22, at
are having a yard Ladies apparel, chlldens. Large size, needs 205 N. Temple StarkeHERE'S I
4962366. 4/25 tfnchg. unfurnished, good renter
Westmoreland Trailer Park. 722 W.
combination store, accessories, Jor- .
Madison St. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 6/20 doc h., Chic Lee L.vl), Easy Street OWNER MUST SELL 3.2 ask take for over Chris payment In quiet country neighborhood. YOUR ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY I THE RIGHT HOME-BUILT \

Itchg Izod, Evan Picone, Esplrlt, Tomboy 18900. must 5/30.6/20 468-11756/20 Itchg AT THE RIGHT TIME-IN THE RIGHT LOCATION PRICED RIGHT! WE! ARE EXTREMELY .
1-622-2820 PRESSURE WASHER FOR RENTi for
good
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE Sat. Jun. Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente' Liz Clair. 1.622.3799 or PROUD TO PRESENT A PLACE TO LIVE FOR THE BEST OF YOUR LIFE
HOMES Make offer alum siding wood block or brick do
22 9-2, Court Club Estates, children borne Members Only, Organically 15 USED MOBILE on CHARMING CONTEMPORARY. BRICK HOME IN A BEAUT. GARDEN SETTINGAT
Sale It and $35 for 24 hours
all. Olln'i Mobile Home yourself save.
clothes, toys, twin beds w/maltresses Grown, Gasoline, Healthtex, Over one or tfn THE COUNTRY CLB.FOUR BR,TWO BA FORMAL LIVING DINING ROOM
964-8807 6/20
904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg
and other frunlture. 6/20 Itchg 1000 others. $24,900 Inventory SPACIOUS EAT-IN FAMILY
$13,300 to FIREPLACE CATHEDRAL CEILINGS KITCH.. ROOM
UNFURNISHED 2 BR DUPLEXs 122N.
11 FT. BAY WINDOW Spacious 3 BR, 2 Myrtle
YARD SALE Saturday only' 8 a.m. ?, 4 Training Fixtures, Grand OpenIng Closets St. $225.00 month. $150.00 NUMEROUS AMENITIES $120.) OO. WITH $59,000 ASSUM MORT. 1/2 percent
BA, Lot of Cabinet, Lg. per
families., 560 W. Weldon St. Near Vo-
Etc. Can IS days. Mr.
open INTEREST I
payment as low a* $224/mo. We do deposit Ph. 964-6944 days 6/20
YARD Tech.SALE 6/20 Itpd Edwards Rd and Highway Loughlin ((612)) 888.6555.6/20 Itpd our own financing. Clayton Home, tfnchg .484 SPECTACULAR ACRES-BORDERS SANTA FE RIVER ((1 MILE ON RIVER) &

100. 10.2 Friday 21st, furniture, canoe, BUSINESS*OPPORTUNITY knocked Has at an AvonRepresentative door 3965 Phillip Hwy., Jax. Fla. UNFURNISHED 2-BR duplex 124 N. Myr- OLUSTEE CREEK ft STATE RD. IB ONE HALF UNDER CULTIVATION & ONE HALF

washer, color TV clothing toys, your 1.733.08216/136/272 tchg tie St. $225.00 per month. $150.00 WOODED. WOULD BE GREAT FOR A HORSE FARM OR REGISTERED CATTLE
swag
? If
recently not your home area mightbe .
lights, household effects. PH 964-7923 available for business of WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING$15.995 deposit. Ph. 964-8944 days 6/20 FARM. SELLING PRICE $444,500
a
your New Dbl Wide, 3-BR, 2 Ba Masonite tfnchg
6/20 Itpd Find KINGSLEY LAKE RESIDENCE-EXCEPTIONALLY GRACIOUS-MAIN HOUSE 3 BR 2
how
own. out you can earn up to
Shingle roof Clayton Home, 2-BR HOUSE: $175.00/month and $75.00d.po.lt.
YARD SALE Thu.. and Fri. on Griffls 50 per c.nt serving Avon Customers, siding a, BDL. PANE TINTED WINDOWS. LRG. DECK, LAUND. HOUSE 212 SQ. FT.
3965 Phillips Hwy., Jax., Fla. No Pets. 964-5882 6/20 Itpd
loop, 2nd RR crossing that's on the Please call and leave a message at FULL BATH WASHER/DRYER HOOKUPS COULD EASILY CONVERT TO EFFIC
1.733.0821 6/13 2tchg 6/27 3 ROOM AND BATH FURNISHED APART.
curve. 1974 Dodge Pickup 2 4752467. APART., DBL. CARPORT ATTACHED. STORAGE ROOM: 19X20 CB, COULD
X 70 2 BR MENT
SPECIAL OF THE MONTH: 14 $150 plus $75 deposit, nc
lawnmowers and several other Items.YARD June 2 BA 16 ft. Living room. Lg. kitchen utilities, no p....- 2 bd bath furnished CONVERT TO EFFC. APART., SINGLE CARPORT ATTACH., SECOND HOME
AND BAKE SALE: Saturday FT. 2 BR 1 B EQUIPPED KITCH.. SLEEPING QUARTERS DRESS. ROOM
BOATS 1044 SQ.
Westmoreland Trailer We do our own financing. Payments as apartment, $200 mth $75 sac. dep.
22 9." park low ax $214.00 mo. Clayton Hornet most utilities furnished. No Pets. CAN CONVERT TO BATH IF DESIRED. DOCK REDONE 1 YEAR AGO. 3 SETS
SR-100 W sponsored by PresbyterianYouth. 3965 Phillip Hwy jox.. Fl. 733.0821 964-8071 / Itchq, NEW STEPS. 2 LAYERED DECKS BY DOCK HOUSE. FULLY CHAIN LINK FENCED
6/20 Itpd 14 BOAT AND TRAILER: 35 HP Evlnrude
Sal. stove, DBLW TRAILER: on 2 lots near lake. Call HOUSE FOR RENT 2-BR, I-BA, with ASPHALT DRIVE. 3 MERCURY LIGHTS. 190000. OWNER WILL FINANCE.
YARD SALE Moving motor 12/24 Volt Trolling motor.
r.frlg.rator, color TV furniture, $2800.00 964.54686/13 tfn 964-8169 6/20ltpd carpet 964-7357 6/20 tfnchg .INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IN THE CITY LIMITS 2 HOUSES, 3 DUPLEXES. 1
dinette set, books, everything goes. INBOARD/OUTBOARD 16' cobla with MOBILE HOME FOR SALE I need someone FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX APART. HOUSE GOOD ASSUM. MORTGAGES OWNER WILL TAKE SECOND
701 Weldon St. 6/20 Itpd volvo engine less than 150 hours to take over payments on a Utilities included Private yard and en MORTGAGES FOR GOOD CLIENT.IF

MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE: mist items, $7950.00 PH. 964-4534 6/20 Itchg 2-BR Mobile Home payments only trance. No Chllilren or Pets. Ph. -. YOUR FAMILY COMES FIRST OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE -

clothing nick-nocks, this-n-that. Satur '77 BONITA W/115 Mercury, call $119.00 per month. Call Ed at 2 964-59706/13 BR MH ftncng BEAUTIFUL 4 BR 3 B HOME APPROX 2650 SQ. FT. 2 CHftA UNITS FIREPLACE
day 8-5 at Small World Day Car., cor 2821469. 6/20 2tpd 6/27 1.733.0821 6/20 Itchg on private tree studded lot on FLEXIBLE FINANCING.
MANY OTHER AMENITIES $74,900.
I ACRE Grllfls also farm house
MOBILE HOME ANQ $13.500.00 Loop for rent
and St. 6/20
n.r of Bridges Cherry BOAT FIBERGLASS; 12', 7.5 Mercury
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after
6
small down payment owner will hold p.m. 468-2374 6/6 6/13 6/20
Itchg motor, electric trolling motor, many EVENINGS
YARD SALE Sat. June 22nd, 7:30 until ? extras, all for 55000. Call 964-4329 mortgage 964-4236 6/20 tfnchg 2tcho LAVERN OUTLAW 964-S478 BILL DODO 964-7408 I
716 Cypress St. Clothes, dishes, little after 1 6/20 tpd
p.m. FOR RENT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY JOHN GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK, JR.964-71 j
bit everything. 964-5613 6/20 I Itchg
RENTLEASEFOR TOMMY CHASTAIN''''-431' NOVIS WARD 964.1454
LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH RD All week
LAND FOR SALEONE
WAYNE DOUGLAS'...-6593 DAVII
follow signs. N.E. 11th St. 6/201tchg MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK
YARD SALE Men's and women's Mobile Homes and for
rant.
spaces SALE OR LEASE IN STARKE Two-
household articles, ACRE LOT facing Fortythe Road. no
clothing games Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone building 7500 ft on corner of
and genuine mahogany gate-leg table down payment $75 per mo. Call 964.7498.9/16 tfn story sq
Call & Thompson Sts., needs remodel BLUEBERRIESLongneckers
with Fri. June 21, 104. 311Lafoyett. 9645606. 10/4 tfn
pads. RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET: Will ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. Subscribe I
St. ((2 blocks behind An. LOTS & ACREAGE 20 percent down, design and remodel to suit your needs. 5/30 tInBUSINESS Farm

drews' Drug Store). 6/20 Itpd balance In five years, financing by Call 964-6305, ask for John. 3/07 tfn FOR SALE Nice, small ladies, _
YARD SALE: Sat. from 830200.: Several owners, 9646853. 12/13 tfn. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile boutique. For Info. Call 964-8169. Price U or We Pick
families Involved. Clothes, household ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement.
from Starke city limits. Clean. No
Steve
negotiable 6/20ltpd Broadway of
Items toys. 401 S. Epperson off Hwy $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call children or pets Hwy. 16, W. Call. CR-1469 Earleton. 4 miles W.
100. 6/20 Itpd 9645606. 1/03 tin 468-1323 10/7 tfn FOR SALE TREE SERVICE Melrose & 2 miles N. of SR26.

YARD SALE Fri. and Sat. directly behind ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On Open 8 a.m. 6 p.m. except Sun
George Roberts Ins Baby Items, ROAD: $3,000, no down payment $70 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call Removal: 1 230630. 468-2483 also
children clothes, misc. 6/20 Itchg per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 964.7530 or 468-1323 10/07 tfn CAMPER 1978: 35' fifth wheel American Trimming. day
1.7 ACRES BROOKER ROAD (C.227)) STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthly Traveler with 20 ft. awning, fully self 475.1151 or 4732702.
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HOMES FOR SALE $3,500. no down payment $70 per mo. rates Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple contained, price neg. 5332411. Call Stump Removal
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Ave. 7/28 tfn alter 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn I''iI(' VI(1
LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 'ROLLS OF HAY Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur Free Estimate Owner Moving
3 BR 1V4 BATH HOME Saratoga Hts.. 5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tin BA apt. For more information call Lake Gaskinsr782.3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tin
corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Air. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and BRADFORD LIMEROCK 473.4732 Must SellAlter'5'1P.M.
Butler Apts, ,496-3141. ouuat,Qppor .
-.r"" Phor.964.*6S2.'3/3t *".,* ...,.' 11 dry wood il ,...*.,'1.bl. for mobll funify Housing.6/7 tfnchg .., -" SALIS'H' ''
3 2 BA C/B
3 B*. MUST SELL Central' air and heat. ham./ cabin' or camping. $4950 ea. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home. Two Limerock ft Fill Dirt BR. Home

Enclosed garage, low maintenance, w/JISO dn., 563.14 mo. Exc. hunting BR, .1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un 20 yd. semi-load only Keystone Heights Cent. Hilt ft Air on ..4 pprecfatteea
ceiling fans, nice neighborhood closeto and fishing. Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or furnished. Purchase option $69$89per Phone 782-3172 5/23tfchg brpi ptcan grow.Mutt seo to i

South sid. Elem. 39900. 964-5952 or 6299649. 6/13 12tchg 8/29 month plus lot. 473.7560.3/28.6/27: ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 month. Licensed & Insured_ '60.000
9646915. 4/18 Itfn. I ION LAND FOR SALE Six 'lots, 1.2/3 acre per HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR. .1ti\. No down Call 9646946.per 4/04 Call Mary Redding at Lovorn
payment.
HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3BR.l'BA. lot 3.500 and 4,000 p.r lot. Off of Forsythe dishwasher Garbage disposal double tfn Realty

Fireplace carport screened Rd. No money down $75 mth. carport and fenced back yard. In town. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* low as 473-3254 473-3628
porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301. Call 964-5606 6/6 tfnchg $425/monh 964-4236 6/6 tfnchg $14.99 month. Call 9646946. 4/04 _
$93,000.468.1576 after 6.00. 5/9 tfn 1,WOODLAND ACRES 1/2 acre lot locatedat FOR RENTi Nice room private bath. tfn per
601 S. WATER STREET By owner, 2 BR. CB Woodland Acres, Storke. Has well, 96035 6/13 tfn month credit Quality .
NEW PIANO: $49.99 per no "
home. 14681323. 11/08 tIn septic tank and light pole 7500 selling NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS check Call 9646946. 4/04 tfn it I
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U price 500 down 75.00/month. Call US 441 between Sylvia & Cherokee FOR SALE ADD-o-ROOM 14'X22' Tree Service BULLDOZER WORK

Repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call 964-5606 6/13 tfhchg N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near: 3,000/lnttalled 3,500 dealer "Quality Work" Fill Dirt& Clay
-805-687-6000 Ext.CH-5504 for In- '1 11.1 ACRES W/NEW OW MOBILE HOME fishing hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway
904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg
formation. 5/30.7/25 Stchg 3-BR 2-BA. Great room w/fireplace. at Reasonable Rates"Fully
Mining New 2br Cablns-Furn Sunset HOUSE PLANS custom drawn phone
HOME FOR SALE 3/1 on beautiful wooded $69,300. TL: 22031. Owners motivated Farm Rd. Cabins Rt 1 Box 216-C Whittier Macclenny 1-259-3538 6/6 3tpd 6/20 Licensed & Insured Tim Murrhee
lot |lust outside town. Carport central Harris Real Estate and Assoc Inc. NC. 28789 1-704-497-2200 6/6 4tpd Serving Bradford County 14 Years K.yston. Heights
heal/AC. Wood stove, nearly new. 778.7530, Jeanie Crawford Assoc. 6/27 "The One To Call Before They Fall"
,. $38,000964.5997 6/13 tfn Eves. 781.8012.6/20 2tchg 6/27 APTS FOR RENT 1-1BR.1BA and 2-BR. 1
3BR/2BA C/HAi Fireplace, telling fans I LAND FOR SALE 8.24 acres w/3-BR. BA opt. completely redecorated. 606 n Ml, 473.2914 984-5647 473.4175A'UCTI0N
Ig. screen porch app. 6 acres In city 2-BA Mobile home 47150. TL: 22029. W. Madison option on utilities Days

limits near Elem. School 964-5876 Owners motivated. Harris Real Estate call collect 904-353-5623, night ,-
78000.00 6/13 6/20 2tpd and Assoc Inc. 778-7530 Jeanie 964-7005. 6/13 6/20 2tchg
APTS FOR SALE 4 units on Call and Bay Crawford Assoc Eves 7818012. 6/20 3BR 2BA MH: In country $235.00 first and Realtor
St. behind Fla. Federal. Good Investment 2tchg 6/27 last months, plus $100 deposit. Call ell ACRESWell: septic tank
now. Future commercial properI I Itv. LAKE VIEW LOTS 2 lots on canal on after ":00 p.m. 964-4824 6/20 Itpd pond/open air barn. $33,500

Ph. 964-5876 6/13 6/20 2tpd Goodson Prairie lake 80X136 ea. TL -5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES Friday June 21 7:30
APTS FOR SALE 2 units/2 story buildingwith 23023 Harris Real Estate and Assoc ; 25000. p.m

fireplace on Washington St. Double Inc. 778- 7530. Jeanie Crawford Assoc. 4.87 ACRES: Well septic tank, 17x35 Starke Auction Center
lot. Next to Starke Elem. 964-5876 Ev..781-8012 6/20 2tchg 6/27 Talman pool fenced/cros-fenc
FLORILANDREALTY 153 W. Brownies SL Rt. 16 Starke
6/136/202tpd I LAND FOR SALE 100 feet on water plus $25,000.

BY OWNER 560 Glendale St.. Brick dock on Crosby lake. Terms or Co.k -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. FURNITURE DISHES GLASSWARE TOOLS

3BR/2BA. C/HA. Fireplace, formal LR. 964-4236 6/20 tfnchg -5 Ac: Pv,'d frntg. 12500.

formal DR. breakfast room kitchen Results 964.7700 -12 ACRE: Old home-Beautiful Oak;/
large game room. $95,000.00 964-5468 Want Ads Get 32500. Living room furniture; dining room furniture; bedroom furnitureas

6/13 tfnchg 393 N. Temple Odom Ave. OLD BUILDING: In Lawtey $8500.00! 1; well as lamps, mirrors, mattresses. Also includes canvas laundry
Vernle P. LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE baskets, lawn mowers (need work), "Gone With the Wind" lamp

Carpentry- Painting -Roof Repair Screen Repair BrokerGRITrailers SERVICE STATION $40.000 (damaged), ceramic chess set, various lots and other items will be ar-

Mobile Home Roof Coating and Repair for rent -50 Ac. 50000. riving too late classify.

Keystone Dream Place 52 AC plus road frontage 3BR 2BA Beaut. Land Scaped Lot'

Service on 2 sides and 3 BR Vft Bahorn. $39'500 (904)782-3931
Handyman STARKE AUCTION CENTER
..
P.O. Drawer M
KERRY "JUD" WHITFOflD Col. Bud Opdyk.. Auctioneer
For Sale Trailer Lot. Owner flnamdng. 301 S. Lowtey
.B.Mral_ llnt '!Inc....Can 473-3321 i NOTE: This Auction is a completely new operation with a new owner
and is in no way associated with any other company.
Land Clearing -Chain Sew Work -Tree Trimming Small House-Appx. 1 ac. In country1 ...
Mowing Garden Tilling Landscaping Corner Lot 3 BR 1 B. In City. {
ANY KIND OF ODD JOB REASONABLE RATES Desired Area 3 BR 1 BA, assume'

Mtg. ,
Bessant Rd .3 BR 2 BA with 2.39 oc.

\ -In Country 2 homes,exc. Condition. Sack OJourtnag & AtUBOciaits.. I

owner finance f. "
Wishing For I Lawson Bldg much. value far few Realtor./ ullder.73-7060 ,

.dollars. r.
I Homestead M.2 ac. road frontage"" Large variety of lots & Acreage In the hill region of BradfordCo. I

A New Home on two sides ..Ig.barn,good lanaV: A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds paved
LOOKING FOR LAND :: Owner financing
Antique Vault Door roads Our community water systems -
1B1 Ac. Bradford Co. 19B Ac.Union
\[114 Ac. Union Co.. with Eagle Design .from $395000. Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palatka and

Of Your Own? 1 i from Old Bradford Starke':


'399-3 BR. 1 bas, block. In town Courthouse Beautiful Golf Course Lots
j Don't think afford it? County
you can ... ner lot cholnllnk fence, all el.ire

3900000.. i with Priced from $10,950 I
Complete
DON'T GIVE UP..THERFS HOPE... 1386X--Crystal Lake access 3 BR. 3

BA.. block, corner lot sold a* !N(.... Metal Frame
If less
your income is 14000.00 or per'year 2800000. .' _

you may qualify for a subsidized loanto 1387X school-Roomy shoppong 3 BR., corner 1 li lot BA., sold, near* Great for Decorative _. .

buy a new Brick Veneer ((3 BR, 1 /a BA, LR, I.... $26000.00. W> Gun Cabinet

& ) Home j 1377--1.91 ac. East on ,.iJ" Carpet (Any S-i J95 Sco hgard
DR Kitchen Room Carport
Laundry ,
16.$3500.00 owner financed 1> BEST OFFER T TAKES! Is
and your LOT IS INCLUDEDI You can get all. 372..Investor dream 21 unit Motel' Cleaning fSS> 14 Available
on 11 ad. parcel fronting US :301.
this for as low as many details about land afld See Charles Schaefer on Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

building... priced.right. .if'; location parking lot east

$200 Monthly I Now taking.., listing for c tai g.1, i of Old CourthouseFor PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED'a

Sound Good? For More Information, Call .- '131 N.Temple.. Ave- <'( specialize In cleaning and dyeing. of w.llo wal carpet furniture clean-.

n" ; St.rke PI lIot: sale by Bradford -nd Inside auto detalBng. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

LONGCHAMP HOMES INC. STROUTREALTY,. County Board of work at low, low prices. Cal now to make an appointment

Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free"Advice
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964-6853 Starke mcooroaAtioOKB: < Historical Trustees Call 964.4997 Call,

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FURNITURE Almost Ilk. NOTICE 'Kev8tonp.' ninr1ele "
.., ;_ rle: IIYlng GOVERNMENT JOU. otIC nMI .. .... _
[I, PWW. w.w i win, rwo "rrencn rrovinciol -- --- ............"10''
bedroom 50000/yr.. p .''breli: : CLASSIFIED
r. sets i stereo, t.v. Call Call occupations. ADVERTISING should be submitted .;
I' 9647377 6/13 2tpd 6/20 out 1.805.687.6000 EXT. R.5504: to.find to the Bradford County'; FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICES MISCELLANEOUSPAC
|* CAMPING how 5/30-7/25(8/1)( ) Telegraph office >m
TRAILER W/ ub. in writing and paid in .
gas PART TIME' Excellent advance KEYSTONI HEIGHTS CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and infoliations.
I stove, refrlg and portable toilet time assembly work.Income For for part established unless credit Is 'already C, REALTY Free estimate Ten years RAT. Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture .
: 80000. A fisherman info call with this office
special 964-8310 504-641.8003 EXT. 9579 5/30 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF a 7 Rental Property Available experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for appliances, household Items,
u STORE 6/13.202tchg BOUGHT ((6/27)4tpd) 6/20 HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR CANNOT I' I BR. 9 BA Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished. Craig. 5/17 tfnchg collectable*, glassware aid (ewerly,
.' ] Furniture for sale at CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great CLASSIFIEDS MISTAKES IN 'No pets. $400 HANDYMAN: All kinds of home repairs, tools, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26
month.
[ : Doublewide Home Center, Income poten WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER per ,
located tlal All 2 BR.2 BA mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs.
occupations. For THE TELEPHONE. Gator bone lake
Information Completely
North 301 ,
I on Lawtey. Fla. (this {Is too small. Minor
not call 312. No |lob plumbing
:
furnished. YARD
742.8620
Classified SALE
ext. 362 deadline $400 month and
0 trailer furniture) 6/13 tlnchg 6/6 4tpd Is TUESDAY per $400
'
( ) repair Cleaning service. Light haul.
6/27(7/41.__, NOON, prior to security deposit.
SALE
FOR : Store Thursday publication.
bought
furniture for Call Jim 473.3671
[, sale at Olin Home Center, located SOLAR WATER HEATINOi Energetic Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75, OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center. ing.5/17 tfnchg.FURNITURE day or evening. SATURDAY ".11 Day. Furniture

Highway 100 West. This Is on motivated person needed for Solar then 10 cents for each word thereafter. $200 per month and $200 security AND ANTIQUE ref houseware, toys, clothe. misc.
I furniture. 6/13 tfnchg not trailer Energy Audit In home. Sales exper. I. ........ deposit. inlshing. Items. Behind Friendship' Bible Church.
Hand rubbed
oil finishes. Call Joe
FLASHING ARROW SIGN For helpful but not mandltory. We will provide 'CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON 1 BR, FURNISHED efficiency cottages. 473-2521. 1/24 Itchg 6/20
sale tfnchg
rent 31.50/mo. Norton Barn Sale. or the technical training you need to FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). By week or month. CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG FRIDAY ft SATURDAY -June 21 &22. Furniture

S. of Starke 964.6509 6/137/4 301 earn top dollar. This is an energy conservation For $125 ((25-words), your ad will go Into LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR, 1BA, unfurnish reference Call 473.7517- Interior 3/14 exterior children's clothes glassware,
U-PICK BLUEBERRIES 60 cents lb. 4tchg program dealing with 56 Florida newspapers (dallies and ed. $275 per month. misc. Lakevlew St. Sunrise Park. 95.
j' Rt. tfnchg
100 Federal Tx Credit. weeklies) for KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. Itpd 6/20
Several local subs a circulation of
S. of Starke 1,000,000
u on SE. 34th Ave. "Meng Licensed MAKE NEW- cushion,, dining chair, barstools
Real 473-4941
funding. For Information readers. Make that Estate Broker,
more please work foryou..Sell
Dairy Road" B. money
Starner 468.2504 We 6/21 camper bed. No job too small.
pick on order 90 call 468.1898 6/13 tfn the FCAN way. Call tfnchg CARS TRUCKS
4 cents lb. 6/13 6/20 Addison Upholstery.. 473-$142 4tchg
f Ztchg HELP WANTED Federal,State, Civil jobs 964-6305, ask for Sylvia Today. .
GUITAR AND now available Call 1619569.8304 for DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I FOR RENT OR SALE On Lake Geneva JUST OPENING Hon:care 'for childrenIn & BOATS
i, AMPLIFIER: $250,00 OBO, Info. 24 hrs. 6/136/27 2BR furnished. No pets If rental my home. Ages 2 mos. and up. 4

I execellent condition. 485.1573 ask for WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT CAREER OPPORTUNITY CARS & TRUCKS 4732455. 5/30 tfnchg openings left. On a daily basis or lust|
Scott. 6/20 1964 WILLIS JEEP PICK-UP New rebuilt
tchg when need -
OFFICE SPACE you a break. For details
Available 21.
In Hwy
: sales and We on
delivery.
FOR SALE Antique bed and vanity with offer excellent employment benefits 73 BUICK LASABRE power steering, $100 1 per office 473-3360, 9-5 475.1468 contact Sue 473.7967 anytime. 2tpd engine. Needs some work. Call Joe at

stool. Birdseye Maple 964.5032 6/20 and advancement. Equal Opportunity brakes windows AC 82,000 miles after hours. 4tchg 6/13.7/4 6/13.6/20 473-7607. Itchg 6/20

Itpd Employer. 9648544. 1038 Edwards Rd., good over all cond. $800. 964-5952 and RICK'S LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all
.
FOR SALE Reg, Black Angus Bull Starke. 6/20 1 tchg 6915. 4,8 Itfn. WANTEDWANTEDRespon.lble types of yard work. Reasonable rates. FOR SALE

964.8414 6201tpdBLUEBERRIESUPICK HELP WANTED: Complete housework BUICK SKYHAWK 1978. Price $1500.00. 4734512. 2tchg 6/13.6/20

: 60 cents/lb. We. plus Ironing one day week. Must 1978 Ford LTD $1900.00. Call 964-4756 JUNE SPECIAL Carpet cleaning truck SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC
pick 90 cents/lb 964.8414 6/20ltpd have own transportation.per 782.3727 Call after 5:30 5/30Ifn small party to assume mounted, deep steam extraction. Five pipes and fittings. Water softener

FOR SALE: Living Room Furniture, $100. after 5 p.m. 6/20.6/27 2tchg 1982 SUZUKI P-UP DIESEL 3/4 Ton topper spinet/console monthly' payments Can on rooms and hall $89. C & Carpet Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.,

964.7918 or 9645475. 6/20 Itchg NEW KINGSLEY BEACH: Short order cook like new, fully equipped, assume piano. be seen Cleaning. Keystone Heights, 4737770. 473.4006 5/24 tfnchg
locally. Write Include
POODLE PUPPYt 4 months old female. ; ( phone number) NEED TRANSMISSION WORK Rebuilt
wanted. Personal payments. Call after 6 p.m. 9644118. MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
interview Credit
9646974. 6/20 1 tpd Charles or Bill. 533.2006 6/20 see 5/30-6/20 4tpd Mnager P. O. Box 520 transmission for $150 w/warrranty organ with double keyboard, base

RCA DISC PLAYER: w/10 discs $200.00 HELP WANTED: 301 Quick Stop tchg taking 1978 GMC VAN:1/2 ton $2500 964-7423 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 3tchg 6/20.7/4 (most cards) also do standards and pedals and rhythm section $795. Call

964-7619 6/20 Itpd applications for employment. Apply 2 1980 FORD VAN: 1/2 ton $3000 Call LAND FOR SALE foreign. Call 2727607. 4tchg 6/13.7/4 473.2210 weekday or 473-4648
POST HOLE DIGGER 6" auger with 3 hrp. 1/2 miles South of 301 6/27 964-7423 Teal Tile & Carpet DEPENDABLE YARD SERVICE mow weekends for appointment to see tfn
6/202tchg
2 cycle engine $250 964-5734 6/20 tfn COMMISSARY FOOD STORE 1968 FORD BRONCO 4X4: 30L. Eng. 3 LAKE lawns garden tilling, tree trimming 1976 35 FOOT Trophy travel trailer with
SIMCO RIDING SADDLE Excel) Condit. applications for Cashier now accepting Clerk- speed lift kit, big tires make offer. Owner LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500. chain saw work, hauling and general tilt out BR's, A/C fully equipped kitchen
will finance. $164 month.
used few times, per handyman work. 4733321. Itpd 6/20 and both
asking $225. Call work. Must be 21 older and 964-6215 Itchg linen & dishes Includ
or 4734367.
964.6305 ask for Montez, 6/20 tin school high I FORD CAR FOR PARTS 429 engine C6 tfnchg. 12/6 WIND TURBINES INSTALLED Reasonable ed. 3400. 4733321. Itpd 6/20
graduate. between
9 LOT
FOR SALE Twin bed Apply FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto rates For estimates and Information 50
PERCENT OFF
headboard box 1 transmission 15" tires, good rear end. Factory Clearance.
a m. SR 225 and 301. Ask for
p.m. well and
Power ,
spring and mattress. $75.00. 964-7321 Mr. Stalvey. 782.3107 6/201lchg Gary 964-8569 6/13 tfnB4 fence.move 6499.on. 392.0985 septic 4733024. call Tom after 6 a.m. at 473.3725.2tchg Our finest flashing arrow sign.

6/20 Itchg THUNDERBIRD: loaded low miles Ask for Linda or CARPENTER WORK: Remodeling work Damage resistant. $259 complete. Free
PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted responsible excellent cond. Take over payments. NORTH CAROLINA tfnchg 6/13 kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. letters! Warranty. Special design-low

party to assume small monthly PERSONAL SERVICES 964.70766/136/20 tpd large small- Mountain cabins land Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 aft.rRAIFORD monthly upkeep. Call HSC 1 ((800))

payments on spinet/console piano. ',83 CUTLASS CIERRA: take overpayments acreage acreage JB i&steSflB 423.0163, anytime. ItFCAN
homes. DOCKERY LAND
CO., 114 Andrews aai
Can be seen locally Write: (include Ph. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: All Excel Cond. Call Gary Rd. LANE-NATIONAL Is selling quality clear
Murphy NC 28906. Call
number) Credit Manager. P.O. Box makes cleaned oiled and adjusted 964-85696/13 tIn Toll.Free 1 ((800)) 3317947. ItFCANLOSTFOUND HELP WAN TED span buildings below dealer cost, sizes
520, Beckemeyer. II. 62219 6/20 3tchg $15. Used sewing machines for sale. 1984 1 RED FIERO: 4 speed. 8,000 miles. from 30'-250', various lengths quanlty
7/04 James Strickland corner Morgan Rd. Fully Loaded w/sun-roof. Excel. Cond. RESIDENTS part time janitorial i limited. Call 24 hours. 1 ((800)) 521.0334

COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn 431-1253 6/20 tfn |lob available. 6 months experience! ext. 860. 1tFCAN

Truck Stop south of Starke. 964.8212. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free 1 1971 LONG WHEEL BASE PICK-UPt FOUND White female poodle. Little' needed Reference required. ) FIVE 215x15 Radial tires like new,

11/24 tfn estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. Rebuilt 396 engine auto transmission, Lake Geneva. Call to identify. 18002219130. 1tchg620C.M. $160; 5 wheel for Ford pickup or van,
2 ALLIS CHAMBERS TRACTORS: 1 in good Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559.329tfn new exhaust system, $1000 cash or 473-3725 Itchg 6/20 Gay Masonry Brick mason needed 1 $10 a piece. 473-3412. Itpd 6/20
condition, with hydraulic lift, 1 for parts trade. 964-7173 6/201tchg Immediately. Please call 496-2713. DINING ROOM SET Solid wood. Pecan.

and equip. $1500. 964.8306 6/13 6/20 WANT TO DRINK 1 1978 DODGE 150 PICKUP TRUCK: w/top. HELP WANTEDRELIEF 1tchg6/20 Include china cabinet table with 'leaf,

OUTBOARD MOTOR: 100 HP Johnson, THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS per, exceptionally cleaned, fully equipped 6 padded chair & table runner $500.

very good mechanical condition runs WANT TO STOP? and heavy duty towing package. VAN DRIVER NEEDED for PERSONAL SERVICES 4733622. Itchq 6/20

good. $550.00. Call after 6pm. THAT'S OURS 964.6600 Mosely Tire Co. 6/20 tchg Keystone Heights area during July and LIKE NEW DOUBLEWIDEt 3 wBR. 2 BA.

1.289.7214 6/20ltpd Alcoholics Anonymous9o441509646894964S434 I 1974 DODGE DART: runs good. $700.00 August. Chauffers license required. CHSA, nice deck. Lake privileges,
TOMATOES: By bushel or box 964.6528 Phone 94.6984.6/20 2tpd 6/27 Contact Sandra Gulledge at' 473.7121nr DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK I located near Post Master Village near

6/20 Itchg pd thru 8/16 I 1974 DODGE LONGBED PICK-UP: slant 6. 473-7321 after 2 p.m. Itchq 6/20 Package deal; 2" or 4" well water KSH owner will finance. 473.2566

FOR SALE: Color TV-Magnavox 21" GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors windows stick shift. Good Shape $1095.00. Half NOTICE pumps, new Installation of septic 6/6.6/132tchg
$150.00, washing machine. etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, way on the Griffis Loop. See truck tanks drain fields and lift station.

Westinghouse SI 00,00, 4 upright cane 964.6078. Orders also taken in Lake beside road with sign. 6/20 Itchg Mobile home poles available. All work
.
seated chairs $40, 2 directors chairs Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights GOVT: SURPLUS CARS ft TRUCKS Under CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted guaranteed. Coll Tommy Dorman HELP WANTED:
S30.00, canoe with motor $250.00. Ph 473-4973 2/26 tfn $100. Now available in your area. Call to the Lake Region Monitor office 2752151. tfn9/l DRIVERS
In writing and paid In advance NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and
964.7923 6/20 Itpd BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and 1-619.565.152224 hrs. 6/20 3tpd 7/4
50 PER CENT OFF FACTORY CLEARANCE: toddlers to 5 of: I 1984 TAN ISUZU PUP LONGBED 4 cyl., unless credit Is already establishedwith pruning. Also firewood, oak and pine Ovsr Tbe-Road
up years age receive "
this office for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. "ALWAYS GOOD
Our finest flashing arrow sign. excellent care. Weekdays 77. Call automatic, AM-FM radio CB hookup
Damage resistant. $259 complete. Free 473-7864 4/04 tfn tool box, fully customized $1.000 and MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD tfn 12/22 "NOW EVEN BETTER
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN MIDoc Vacuum and Sewing We buy
letters warranty. Special design low LAWN MOWING: Lg/Small lawns. Ball take over payments or $8,000 cash. NEW
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER vacuum cleaners working or not.
monthly upkeep. Call HSC fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861 468 2063 6/20 Itpd 6/27 ....in...... THE TELEPHONE. 496-3454 Itcho6/20 Progreislvi' py plan
1 1.800.423.0163 6/20ltfcan
anytime.
anytime 4/25 tfnchg
Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon Fuel Bonus Plan
FURNITURE: 5 pc living room set PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL B 1
Union prior to Thursday publication. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY .
$350.00, also boys bedroom set-triple COMMERCIAL: All & installation Per Diem Expense Credit
dresser types repairs Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75, I ? If I don't have It, I'll find It. Just
.
mirror night stand twin 24 hr. service, licensed call 'PLUS
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
headboard, and mattress $300.00. Owen Alvarez 964.5219. 5/9 8tpd 6/27 Unique Tractor oonus
FOR RENT 496.2126 4962903. "YOUR
964.4144 6/20 1 Itpd ((7/4)) Ads or eves
County Excellent Benefits
UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tfn 8/04
FACTORY DIRECT: Lane National Is sellIng MOBILE HOME REPAIRS ADD-A.ROOM Top-Hotel Equipment

quality clear span buildings below 20 yrs. experience building, setting up TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR And Much Morel
dealer cost, sizes from 30' 250', and repairing. Call 964.7724 for CARS & TRUCKS RENT Union CountyTimes, 150 Lowest Rate

\ variou lengths,>.Cuantity limited\Call.a4 estimate.,5/30-6/20 ((627)tchg) Main Street Lake Butler. Phone If over-lhe-1

.ho\rS1\rvieQO'92r-0334{ \" .>ein., 86O.r"/2"" J "NEED TftANSMIftSION WORK"! Rebuild If93 OMC l-TVfrVbft with blown engine. .496-22 r for-Jnformaflort.' tin* ._ ,' ..f" ,;. ,,;.Jn Years!! rood you semfi are a professional I
oVfverwfrh ,
1 tfcanFOR transmission' for $150 w/Warranty. For sale as Is. Call Farmers and MOBILE HOME LOTS 7 to choose from In minimums two
: SALE Very gentle fancy hamsters. (most cars) also do standards and Dealers Bank 4962101. Will be sold to our new addition. Powell. Mobile 8.8% A.P.R. years o-t-r experience, we invite youf

: $200ea. 964.83196/20 2tchg 6/27 foreign. Call 272-7607 6/6 6/27 7/4 highest offer by June 28. 6/20 2tchg, Home Village 496-3377 6/64tchg6/27 Financing Available Now to loin our Clay Hyder Team Our standards

FURNITURE: Couch, loveseat end 4tchg 6/27 HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bedroom, no are high, but we're worth ill
tables, dining set, rocking chairs, also PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt. 1984 Dodge Daytona Sporty styling with animals. 150 S.W. 5 Avenue, 1 block For Limited Time Only

1984 Bronco II. Call 964.6089 6/201tpd mildew, peeling paint from homes great MPGI Automatic A/C AM/FM west of Texgas. $140 per month first CLAYTON HOMES CLAY HYDER

ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LUt.ATED IN driveways mobile homes. Call Rick cassette, louvre and much more, month and security deposit required. 3965 Lines Inc.
: Phillips Hwy.Jacksonville Trucking ,
LAKE CITY GLEASON's CORNER MALL: 473.2452 4tchg 6/13 7/4 $8750. Call 496.3284 after 6 P.M. 6/20 Adults preferred. Call 4963087.
,
Fresh water Marine fish Birds, Puppies RICK'S' LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all FL Aubumdalo, Fla.

i kittens and pet supplies. Ten percent types of yard work. Reasonable rates. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALEBIG 733-0821 1-800-282-9581

.I off with this ad. 6/6 3tpd 6/20 473-451 2tchg 6/13 6/20 EOE MJF

TRAILERS TRAILERS, TRAILERS S'xS' BABY SITTING: In my home on State pro. s lID -
1982 14'x56' 2 bedroom bath, wood PLANT SALE All greenhouse plants
utility trailer, $650; 16' dozer trailer, perty. Flex Hrs. 7 days/wk call
siding shingle roof, 3 ton A/C unit and assorted 'landscape plants on sale.
$1,700: 16' utility trailer, $970, 16' lawn 431.1077 anytime 6/13/20 2tchg refrigerator stove, dishwasher split Caladiums in gallon cans $1.50. Con

trailer, $1,125; 10' lawn single axle HARRY FISHER ROOFING CO.: All type floor plan. No down payment assume trary Mary's Garden SR 121, LaCrosse, ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. '
trailer $878: 16' car hauler $1,150, 6 roofing, residential commercial old loon and remove from property. Call 462-1561. Closed Sunday and Monday.
ft, roofs roofs, free estimates, Fla.
ramps $100. Olin's Mobile Home new 4963206. 6/20 2tpd 6/27 6132tchg6120WANTED
State license and Insured. 24 hrs. RealtorFormerlyFAULKNERREALTY
Center Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. serve Responsible person to assume
1.481.4595.6/20
1I10lfn Itchg
CHILD CARE: Will care for your child in LOSTFOUNDREWARD small monthly payments on'' 90
REAL ESTATE home. 3.5 full time. spinet/console piano. Can be seen 1 221 W. Lafayette Street
my Ages part or r
L Write (include number) '
locally. : phone .
Mon.-Frl. 8:30 o.m.-t:00
Rd. Call
p.m.
Location. 964-4293.
OUT OF AREA Morgan for return of Rocky, a gray and Credit Manager. P.O. Box 520 'I Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 e
6/20 ltpdNEWSPAPER p.m.
white male. Blue Tick Hound has on Beckemeyer IL 62219. 6/20 3tchg 7/4
r NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND: PLATES: Aluminum. red collar. Lost Friday, mile south of 1980 F-100 Ford pickup. Power steering 964.5065

Large acreage, small acreage cabins, Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great Softball complex. Family pet. Please and brakes. 3 speed, A/C AM.FM
homes. Dockery Land Co., 114 Andrews for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH call 496.3628 or.496-2261. Itchg6/20. stereo $3500. RENTALS AVAILABLE
1 Rd. Murphy. N.C. 28906. Call 135 W. Call St. 9646305. - 1980 14'xSS' Guerdon mobile home 2

f. Toll-free 1.800.331.79476/20ltfcon bedroom 1 bath ceiling fan, appliances .
.. Want Ads Get Results $8000. See both at Lot 5, *Kingsley Lake Home For Sale Now I Newer home 3/2 S Fireplace with lovely

S"h"rrITrtnv'.. RattanFurniture Powell's Trailer Park after 5 P.M. shadey wooded lot and It's very own pathway to the Lake just for you.
---- -- ---,
t 1tpd6/20 *Check out this Newer Country Home with 18.9 acres partly wooded S
J BRADFORD COUNTY Quarter horse very gentle, and tack. cleared. Reduced to sell |lust North of Starke.
Plumbing Supplies
: TELEGRAPH : Store Pop up camper, sleeps 6.4 chair wood I *Don't rent own this nice home In Stark. for only 25300.

I 964.6305 dinette set. Call 496-2713. 1tchg6120INSURANCE *REDUCED! REDUCED! 47 acres with brick just 4 miles from Stark. Property

.. From Samples, Seconds Is very'private and adjoined by timber company land. This could b. the excellent

& Damaged Furniture buy you've been waiting for.
|
Keystone Hgts Durrance Corner *Beautiful pasture land Brooker 4 acres with lovely wooded ravine which
.. 473.2210
leads to a cool refreshing
stream.
MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S.

:w t Lake Surfer/ : Pump & Brownlee &. Cherry Strs. Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. *Cool dips In Hillcrest Lake just outside Keystone Heights. Newer home of
Call Shannon Starke Complete Insurance Service tfn cedar with a lovely view from deck.
;
J 496-2261' Co. l.-.. _. *Call Today "Booming Ice and L.P. Gas Business.
S: Supply *Developers' take Notice "Hwy 16 W. 30 Acres Owner financing.

'J Srorke.J *3 BR 2 BA.F.P. Large Kit., Formal Dining Rm, Family Rm, 2 car garage. PricedIn
Call Monte U.S. 301 N.-864 N. Temple 964-7061 the 70's.

J 964.6305 Sta..... Florida' *3 ocr. lot In Union County |lust across the river

I *Call and let us show you this 17 acres In pasture.

' *Make offer on this 70 acres with 45 acres In timber C/R 125.

VACUUM We Drill Walls 9- *W. Madison for that special person Formal Everything 60s

(: 2" to '" State Llc.ns.dUnder *Let us show you this beautiful lot In Hampton Oaks.
SALE REALTOR* *2 acres just ready far your mobile home. Well and Septic

Iii; *This home I I. just right for the person that wants 7 acres of land with a pondto ,
i: NEW & USED JANE S.USHER. raise animals. Owner financing

,h i N'el'DlanceOurOwnlKiRBI'S 1I ii I1b.- __ Your Union County ReaHer *Country Club-Everything you could want In a lovely home. Many extras 3 Br
1 r 2 1/2 Ba. Lost with a spiral staircase, etc..
; 496-21 26 or 496-2903'
*Westmoreland Street- 3 BR, 1 BA C/B hardwood floors CH&A Needs TLC
I u ROYALS I S64 WrMoaJ.St...a..tc.But'-- $31,900.
j. New ManagementPINE
EUREKAS *Nic. Ig building lot approx. 1 1/2 acres on 230 E, past hospital.
,:; HOOVEHS ]I - *Remodeled 2 BR 1 BA frame on pretty shaded lot. Only $25,600

'1:1[{, ELECTROLUX 1 [ For A lotto Scenery But With Few Dollars | *Hampton areaJust off Hwy 325. MH with built on, wood heated swimming
,
!J'l:) KILTER 0.1'EENSSEAIUS: ;; Change pool porch, fenced workshop. This Is Ideal for retired couple or young cou
]i I Down..Buy yourself some of the Countryside. Choose clearedor pies first home. $25,000

:f/tift COMMERCIAL: FORESTAPARTMENTS I wooded hay fields or planted pines. We have it ALL FOR *Church St. 2 story older home with 2200 sq ft C/3 Versatll building

: \\e all makes SALE.. .In Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. Income producing properties, Washington St. 4 rentals. Center St. 4 rental
repair ]i and 15% units. Call today to see these valuable o'f....
With' 10 Yrs. to pay at the going interest rate, only
DeerwoodOne of the nicer homes In Starke. Good assumable mortgage.
Al Young'sSince II Va 3 Ac. parcels to 60 Ac. Owner
I down, you can buy 1 to or up *Cute little 2 BR 1 BA C/B on city lay only 24200.

1957 1 i i financed near Lake Butler Worthington Springs. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT Euclid St. Reduced Imagine 3 BR 1 BA CHSA has chain link fence and

., I TO SEE... remodeled 1984. Priced to sell $26.500

964.6918 I I HOMES WITH ACREAGE Lovely Ig brick home on 1 acre has F.P. and green house. Call todoy to see

3 Miles north of 1 1-2 I 3 Bedroom Apt. .Super fine home with pool. Ext. Lg. Den with stone fireplace. This very attractive I this property. ,
Ralford- Can 3 BR home and for
you Imagine getting a on Ig lot workshop
Stark US 3
on secluded home on 1 Ac. has a low Inter..t rate on First Mortgage that can

From 116000 & Up be assumed by qualified buyer. For app:. call now..Close to city limits of Lake [ 16,900
301 S. M.H. with built
Evergreen Hwy on furnished on 1 1/2 acre only 16,000
I 1I Butler. Reduced 4 BR 1 BA on Ig lot with fenced yard. C. Heat.
& ComparelSixti.il .SPACIOUS. 4 fireplaces beautifully decorated.
Shop Brick Home-In '
Town.3; lake Butler-' Where1 else for
I IIuhllt. can you buy 4000 sq ft with all the extras 78,000
I Il1l'uran'u' ti Investment?,
f .' Home Harks :112,1 3 Bedrooms Available Now .3 BR home 1 block from Main Si l take l Buller.Owner will finance. Priced right. Sales Susan Manager.Faulkner Reddish Evenings, REALTOR 964-4048

tlf hunu;: Terms negotiable.Owner says SELL. REALTOR
All Ips'% .1 road |lust outside Ralford Beautifully lond-' ASSOCIATES ,
area. '
'
I 3 BR home on lovely country
,for Irene I. Faulkner 964-5142 EIIssJohns 533-2816
I owner* policies, ]1 .scaped 1 Ac:,Property Is partially fenced, also bar"and storage shed Incl. Pricedto Suzanne Kitchen 964-763O Bob Matthews 964-7281'
mobile homo .
sell. Ready to mov.ln..CalilodaY.
Call (for Quote 1 Moving to Alachua? Have nice/home and 1 Ac availab(.. Owner moving out lou Young C. .964-7525
II 'A foroppt- to SEE. Corner lot with beautiful country,
of area Ready to sell. Call
Carol Warner
f Olin's Mobile 1530 W. Madison 964-4992 Property ManagerLee
scenery across the road,makes Ihlshome'! a delightful one to.sell. Hordenbrook.Approlsols

I, Homo Sales'' '.tlIL NOISIN/ Phone 94-8312 BOHIc ,e .

Elaine M. Olin. Agent /P/IRTIBITT Hour: 9.5 ]

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: Bobby L. Pearson "
Funeral
services were scheduled: was a retired state'corrections
!
Bobby Lee Pearson, 47, of Raiford to be held Wednesday,June 19,in the ficer. of- Mrs. Rebecca Funeral Service for Mrs. Surviving are 2 daughters! Mrs.. *'
died Monday, June 17, at his home First Baptist Church of Raiford with Hanson Rogers McMillan were held on Monday, Irene Bertotto of Keystone Heights .
after an extended illness. Rev. Ronnie Kinsaul officiating. Mrs.Survivors include: 6 daughters, McMillan 57, o! East. Call St.. June 17, at the Graveside, with Rev. and Mrs. Lorraine PacaiUer of
Mr. Pearson was born in Georgiaand Burial was to follow at Long Branch Mrs. Leoma Whitehead of Starke, Starke, died Fridy, June 14, from" Ballard Wilson conducting the ser Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.;. 3 sons,
moved to Raiford 27 years ago Cemetery near Maxville. Archer Kmallne Mary Lou Whitehead, Mrs. injuries she received in vices. Burial was in Crosby Lake Robert H. Taylor of Wycoff, N.J'I
after living In Dade City several 'Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in'' Dockery, and Mrs. ,automobile accident near<< her.hqrne an Cemetery under the direction of Arthur Taylor of Shelton Conn. and .
years. He was an industry super charge of arrangements. Kathryn Reddish, alT of' Lake'Butler ? Jones Funeral Home 514 East Nona Allan R Taylor, of Atco, ,N.J.; a
visor for the Florida Department of ; Mrs, ,Joyce Carlton of Born in Faceville, Georgia, August St., Starke, Fl.Santina. brother, Henry Girodo of River
Corrections and a member of the Palatka and Mrs.Betty June Branctia 5, 1927, Mrs. McMillan moved to Edge, N.J.; a sister, Rose Mocco of
First Baptist Church of Raiford. Johnnie O. Dobbs of Marcus Hook, Penn.; a son. 'Starke from Mrs.Qullman,.Georgia, 37 G.Taylor Brick Town, N.J.} 18 grandchildrenand
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Funeral services Marjell O. Dobbs of Madison; a years ago. McMillan was a Mrs. Santina G. Taylor, 76, of 2 great grandchildren.
are set at 2:30 homemaker
sister, Mrs. Edna and a'member of the The Rosary Prayer Service was
Cason of White
Edna Delyne Crews Pearson of Jackson- Sands Lake, Keystone
pm today (Thursday, June 20) for ville 18 First Baptist Church in Starke. held in St.Williams Catholic Church,
Raiford; a daughter, Miss Esther D. Johnnie Ode Dobbs, 88. who djejl ; grandchildren and 18 great She is survived Heights, died in North Florida
grandchildren. by her husband Thursday June 13.Rev.John Beatty'officiated.
Regional June
Pearson of Raiford; a son, Daniel D. Merrill G. Hospital Tuesday,
Pearson of Starke; 5 brothers: Monday June 17, in Lake Services are set in the First Chris McMillan of Starke. Fl-; 11,'after a long illness. Mrs. Taylorwas Burial services were heldon
Butler
Malloy Pearson of Dide City Hospital{after an extended tian Church of Lake Butler with Rev. two daughters, Mrs. Hjalmar M. born in New York City, Nov. 1, Friday, June 14, in Hollywood
: illness. of
Donald Pearson and Phil Pearson or Raymond Baer and Rev. Bill Wilson Starke,Fl., Mrs. Rebecca 1908; she moved to Keystone Heights Memorial Gardens, Hollywood, Fla.
Tifton, Ga., Wayne Miller and Louie Born in Baker County living most Delaney officiating. Burial is M; Bacchus of Orlando,) Fl.; her 2 years ago from Hollywood, Fla. Jones Funeral Home, Highway 100
Miller, both of Dade City; a sister, of his life in Union County, Mr. scheduled to follow in Mt. Zion father, T. B. Rogers of Faceville. She was a member of St. Williams Keystone Heights, was in charge 01the
Mrs. Lowretha Rowland of Dade City Dobbs was a member of the First Cemetery in Union County with Archer Ga.; a sister, Mrs.Jane R. Foster of Catholic Church. services. '
Funeral Home of Lake Ross, Georgia; and one grandson
and 2 grandchildren. Christian Church of Lake Butler and! Butler Joseph McMillan ,
in charge. Bacchus of Orlando -
F 1. ALLIGATOR CREEK RANCH .


I Winning recipes submitted by local4H'ersAmy GATOR II FARM SUPPLYHwy '

301 South Starke 964.4809 .

... .
Black, Jenny Black, Lori Each child reassured the cow of her Vanilla Flan. I NEXT DOOR TO PURPLE GATOR western -
Mosely entered the winning recipes important role with dairy facts they YOUTH BEVRAGE: First place, Winners received cash awards, __ .___ Wear
selected last May 15 in the annual had learned from participating in Lori Mosely which were sponsored by the Dairy
Orange Buttermilk; Farmers, Inc. First place recipes in Your Local FRM Dealer
Dairy Days Cook-off held at the the dairy project. Second place, Anita BLack, Frosted Hay Grain
Bradford County Extension Office Four-H dairy posters also the general division will go on for
were Strawberry Float.:
where 15 finalists brought their judged at this event. Junior winnerwas State Competition. 530 Carrying a Complete
dishes for a taste test.A Lori Mosely. Senior winner was Horse Feed Line of Pelleted
panel of 3 judges; Delores Annette Balkcom. 10 Lb. Bag
Morgan, Nancy Denton and Janet After the program was over and Trot-A-Way & Ground Feeds
Chaves, evaluated the products on the audience sampled the variety of ,
nutritional values originality, dairy foods, Diana Smith, 4-H coordinator 4
economical use, attractiveness and entered the room with the tjteda't Pellets $540
flavor. judges' decision.
Dlann Douglas, Bradford County They are as follows: 50 Lb.Horse
home economist, presented a program CASSEROLES ONE DISH: First ( S [) Nugget '
"Dairy Products The Miss place, Amy Black, Quiche Lorraine; H 'TfljWfV, etn
ing Link" to the audience. Second place, Maida Williams, Ham ,j.jfc Suzl Only Pellets $485Mare
Ms Douglas explained the role of Chowder; Third place, Annette ? ,
calcium in the body and its link to a Balkcom, Lasagne.VEGETABLE % :- PERM 'N Foal
$
balanced and nutritious diet. She DISHES AND SPECIAL ZOUUS01 i ..
also demonstrated several easy SALAD: First place, Jenny Black, I' Pellets $560 Prices good thru June 22
ways to increase dairy products in Strawberry Salad; Second place, I' Extra for Haircut
family meal patterns.The Maida Williams, Spinach Timbales; Horse Feed Barn & Stall Horse & Animal
audience was also entertained Third place Annette Balkcom, Very We Like.to Keep You Loofcing Good! Thru PressureSprayers PressureSprayers
by a group of 4-H members from the Berry Salad.DESERT 118 S. Thompson 954-4151 In Merle Norman Bldg. RyLarvaeslde
Green Acres Club, who had completed : First place, Lori Mose-
a dairy foods this year. Their ly, No-Bake Cheese Cake; Second '12.95 '21.50 '13.95
skit centered around a dairy cow Place, Marba Whittle, Raymond'sPie -
who didn't feel she was worth much.notices. ; Third place, Amy Tison, Easy Access pav'ed Parking & Large Loading Dock I

T -T a e & MlerwrJ Area. Quality & Service You Can Count On.

I Legal


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. MARGIE f. CASON Clerk of Circuit Court
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCIUT, IN AND FOR BY: Laura Lamb As Deputy Clerk
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA 6/6 4tchg, T t ol During the Toro
CASE NO. 85-1 06 CA Open
LEWIS F. CARR AND STELLA R. CARR, his
wife, w mss, Sale, you can save on
SALEt
Plaintiffs, vs. W
,. BEATRICE R. BYARS, If alive, or If dead. V2 Toro mowers, riders and
then her unknown spouse, heirs devises,
legatees, creditors, grantees or all other Price Sale trimmers. It's the
persons claiming by, through, under or gas big-

against Defendents.them. H I gest sale of the year. You
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
4 TO BEATRICE R. BYARS, if said DefendantIs won't want to miss it.
alive and If deceased, her unknown
.pov.... teJr.de"J...",,J.go I.... .. -._, _
.
.
:
all ; .r Hurry now.
creditors grantees/ other claimants n.
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claiming by, through under or against the sf-faffrplanes E *+ n
said deceased Defendent, Address

Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Com by Alan, LIz Wendy Linda ,
plaint for Cancellation of Mortgage has & PamHAIRCUTS $75 off
been filed against you and that you are Stottcraft 14Va Bass Boat Powered with 35HP '
required to serve a copy of your Responseor : Outboard Mercury
Pleading to the Complaint upon the Womens Rig. '11 NOW *8 and trailer. best
Plaintiffs' attorney MARVIN W. 268t Down mower.Model
BINGHAM, JR., 725 Northeast First Street, Mens Rag. '12 Now 6 Regularly If mod
GainesvilleFlarida, 32601, and file the SALE $4999 only 11SM per .
PERMS Body Wave or Curlys 6,123 29% A.P.R. No. 20676 21" Rear Wheel
original Response or Pleading in the officeof
\, \
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or Men & Women Reg. MO NOW 20" Total with tax and title '5268". drive Rear bagger with Key-Lectrle
before the 15th day of July A.D., 1985. If *Relaxers '20 Balance of'5,000 financed over 60 months Start and Blade Brake Clutch. Reg.
MO NOW
you fail to do so, a Default Judgment will Reg. at 12.9% A.P.R. O"UTSOARDSe \ /: 619"
be taken against you for the relief Care-Free Curls RI.so NOW '25 ., Sale 54495

demanded- Dated-at In Lake the Complaint.Butler, Union County, Sculptured Nails Rill.-eo NOW'30 'mEiiitjjliiiiiiiE \'':' "
Florida this 3rd day of June A.D., 1985. Offer Good For Limited Time Only '-,- 2600 A Month '
i ,.
Mon.-Sat Call NOW or Stop By arr.errse 7
firs ,,1
I 9:30.11: p.m. d ,AO MONEY DOWN

Sunday 964.4645. 4031 Instant TORO Credit Available to
N.W. 6th. Street //
12:00-5p.m.: Nexxus Brands 373.7882 < | 1r qualified buyer 18% APR
.
.I _737 S. Walnut St. Starke Store Hours Weekdays 8:00: to 8:00: Saturday 8:00: to 4:00: JI S\ Revolving Charge. ..

-,, .... .... .... .... .... ...... ...... ...... """ -" / $5000 Off 21" Cut Rear Wheel Drive

I Rear bagger with blade brake clutch. :

I I II Model 20672 Reg. 539" SALE 48995 I

IC r SHAPE 2400 A Month NO MONEY DOWNOn ,1

I GET INTO Instant TORO Credit Ask for Details 1
f .
f FOR THE SUMMER! $5000 Off Model 20630. 2-cycle

: 21" Rear Wheel Drive

Rear Bagger. Reg. 499" Sale.....449"
AEROBICS CLASSES 830.: 9:30: a.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday $28\
6 Week Sessioni 2000 A Month NO MONEY DOWN

On Instant TORO Credit Ask for Details.

SUMNASTICS CLASSES 10.00-11: = a.m. ; $20
b-Th 5:15-: 6:00: p.m. Monday Wednesday& Friday $28 5030 Off..Mode] 20684.2-cycle 1

6 Week Session 21" Rear Wheel Drive, Rear. Bagger with Glad 1

Brake Clutch. Reg. 539" Sae..489"! I
STRETCH & FLEX 8:30.: 9:15 a.m. Tuesday .Thursday $18 .
PRICE OF CARPET } CLASSES 6 Week Session 2400 A Month' NO MONEY DOWN I

The price of carpet is an indication !. .l Instant TORO Credit available to qualified buyers. Ask
of the quality. Budget carpet BABYSITTING AVAILABLE FOR EACH CLASS for Details. I
I won't last as long as higher priced : ,

I goods. But, this doesn't mean For more Information, call the BH Center for Health arid FItness at 964-4210 NO MONEY DOWN *' !
that budget carpet does not have i Y

a house place decor in the scheme of your I' All classes begin ;June 24 &'June 25. Classes may be cancelled if fewer than 10 people register. ONLY 1400 A MONTH* e! .

t Registration fees are non-refundable after classes begin. BUYS THIS TORO
You may wish to purchase .. @
budget carpet in order that you / if' Model 18775 21" Cut Front Wheel

I j can redecorate every few years f fI ;. BH Center for Health and Fitness ., ,:' ., ,:. Drive, Side Discharge. Reg. 329"
I and change the looks'of your t '*- 922 East Call Street rf'" ',.";' !
i home.. Budget carpet suits this k' Starke. FL 32091 ,.c ,': .' SASSale..29996 .
purpose fine. Another place for II 9644210 "}} .. -, it i -
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