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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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the 90s, lows in the 70s, is the humid forecast for the eBtire' t 01/ \ ')/'dry 1..\..IgaA. ,
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fall almost up to the June 30-year average of 7.07 inches. . . . ... . 118 (,l. .
30-year average rainfall January-June is 23.86 inches.Some 18 inches Auctioneer. . . .. .. . .KB The Sweet" terries This I Side of Heaven
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I 'Ulorlk noting 'Devil Wind' Roars Through, Property DamagedLocal I



preachers were almost preempted moved northeast, jumped through power until Monday morning at :5.30; blown down but returned to a stan- -that Marie Moody's hay barn was .w
On Patriotism... Sunday morning when what Alachua and LaCrosse to Brooker a.m.Most ding position by noon on Monday. flattened; ..
A might be termed 'devil wind' blew and the residue winds apparently large antennas were down in The entire roof blew off of the
The Chamber of Commerce suggests through the P ea. continued through the CR-225 area the SR-16 area west of Starke and tin garage behind Barbara's Beauty -Arthur Gaskins lost 1,500 feet of a
that everyone fly anA n has not been confirmed a tornado west of Starke. was off portions of many out Shop into the field next to Norman'son new 100,000 sq. ft. hay barn;
A.... .t*.. ..? ?.. ,,.u ve'1aence hit here but many reports of a Just as ministers in area churches buildings in the CR-225 area with CR225.
Day (Thursday, July 4) to strong, twisting wind and evidence were ready' to deliver their sermon it trees large and small blown down.A The Telegraph heard: -that many chicken houses were
demonstrate their patriotism."We of much damage has been found. grew dark and noisy. large pecan tree was uprooted at -that the roof blew off Wilbur An damaged and chickens lost due to
seem to forget just how No personal injuries have been the back of Bub Paterson's: home on drews' barn in Brooker area: the storm.
'i' great this country is and how fortunate reported,just property damage. Electricity was off in portions of Brownlee Road just missing the
.I we are to live here. It usual- the Lawtey area.One resident said it house by inches. The back portion of -that the New River Baptist Many other structures were
.. ly takes an incident such as the It was reported a small tornado was the quietest and the darkest the barn roof blew off, striking a Church had a tree fall on a cl<>"s damaged or demolished and scoresof
TWA-847 high accing to remind us touched down near High Springs Sunday afternoon she ever had. camper top and limbs were down allover room and a truck parked outside the pecan trees blown down in the
.:II. of this fact, Chamber Director Sunday morning (about 10:30: ( aml, Several residents were without the yard. His corn patch was church; Bayless Highway-CR-225 area.
Mike Cooney says. .
it "The Chamber director ask that ., .'
: you display your flag both at yourbusiness ),' .
: and your home on July 4.
., Be proud of the freedom we so easi
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up Thursday, July 4.
The Big FourWinnDixie, Pan
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Drugs-will be open. .
Most everything else will be clos

ed July 4. ,. \ "Qt/\_ By. Mark Friedlin. BCT_.Staff. Writera _.
,. It will be business as normal Fri >f : 1.-.n. "lor inc.,nail officially Club and Ben Frankhn :stores: currently
day. The banks, courthouse, city announced plans to open a dis operates 27 stores in Florida.An .
hall, and all stores will be open. .. '' "r t d?" e count store here in Starke, a move Ocala Wal-Mart will be built
that could mean a big boost for the along with the one in Starke.
wt v ; AR local economy in both jobs and
__,. Benefit Bingo... jS'Q j id y 't! u ww taxes. KOA to Re-locate...
The 41,304-square-foot store, to beStarke's The KOA Campground will
A benefit bingo game is set
largest to date, will be
Saturday, July 6, at 6:30: p.m. by r : relocate, according to co-owner
,1' t y located in the U.S.A.Shoppesshopp
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. the Bradford County Youth r Ruth McElroy who with her hus
ing center on US-301 south on the
....: Association Moose Lodge., Inc.Proceeds(BCYA will) in be the Old e l !'si' .,r+ 7" i ts.,,., ,.. ., r.+i'1'+' l"1. 'r r'.t J property KOA currently. occupied by the band facility Fred for,the has past operated three the years.popular

donated to the SFCC Starke Center. ,1 wfi Campground.The Formerly of Miami, the McElroysare
new store, to open in 1986,will moving right down the road to a
mean 80 new jobs in the area. The new location just south of their present
' Square Dance... proposed complex may include up to site on Hwy. 301.
Square dance this Saturday 25 more store spaces for specialty "We think it will work out just

6 at the Kingsley Lake shops. fine," Mrs. McElroy said Tuesday.See .
night, July Wal-Mart, owned by the same corporation
Civic Center.It that owns Sam's Discount ( Wal-Mart..P.12A1)
will be a covered dish supperat e T .1 1+, .+'fi. i .
5:30: p.m., a plus-workshop at
6:30: p.m. and a mainstream square '
' dance at 8 p.m. with all singing 4 ". r t
calls by callers Ken Perez and Ear-
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Millard Brown,..phone 964-7955. I: was born on July 4, 1776, and the Declaration of Independence -' "

n. {, :., is my birth certificate. The blood lines of the

.:. New Bike Shop... world run in my veins, because I offered freedom to the op

Hall's Bike Shop will move into */ ) Pressed: I am many things, and many people. I am the na

the former Jefferson-Ward Store tion.

old Leila's) on East Call Street I am 230 million living souls, and the ghost of millions

{"; this Dennis July 19.and Janet Hall will carry f f who have died for me.

';,,, all types of bikescruisers, back I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexingtonand
cruisers, 5-speeds, andd 10-speeds. -, fired the shot heard around the world. I am
C: Dennis will custom buildtoorderBMX
racing bicyles, and provide Washington,
service and repairs.JeffersonWard Jefferson and
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closed its doorsin lr PatrickHenry. i f.

Starke June 28.Fuqua's I am ii I

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Mike' Kennon, a representative of tain Boys andJ'', 1 ('_ ; : '' l:. '
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U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha, will DavyCrockett. "{ ..' :-

be in the area next Wednesday, Ju CR-225 Clean-Up by County Crews... I am ,t .. -.
ly 17 at: r'
-Starke, courthouse, 9:30-10:30: : County work crews and volunteer firemen worked but was home Monday morning to look after his proper Lee and Grant '--1 a'
tirelessly to clear roads covered with debris. ty. and Abe Lin'f 'N. ..
a.m.Keystone Heights, post office, The winds skipped aver the home of County Commission coin. I 1 a \ 1
1-1::30 p.m. Above, this county crew clears pecan limbs off CR225in E.L. Nook Norman who lives next door to his \:\ 1.
Hampton, post office, 2:15: to front of the Buck Norman residence where high winds brother Buck. The hop-and-akip winds came from the I remember 3' : .. \ \
2:45 p.m. blew a motor home shed roof onto the highway in front of SW, hit Brooker, skipped to the Norman section on the Alamo, the ? ;r ;
"There are so many important the house. Norman was vacationing in North Carolina, SR-225, and then landed on Latey.July Maine and :/ ,U I :
matters before the 99th Congress .W
which will directly affect the Se Pearl Harbor.
cond District, that I am unable to When freedom
travel the District as often as I called I answered and stayed until it was over, over there.I .
would like. Mr. Kennon serves as 4. left my heroic dead in Flanders Field, on the rock of Cor-

my that"ears"people within can receive the District assistanceas so .. regidor, on the bleak slopes of Korea and in the steaming

quickly as possible," Rep. Fu jungles of Vietnam.

qua says. Lots of Area Independence Day Action SetTired I am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheatlands of Kansas and
the granite hills of Vermont. I am the coal field of the

QB Club to Meet... Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile lands of the West,
of sitting around the house on the Fourth and For the bass fisherman a tournament with prizes for the Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am In
The Bradford High QuarterbackClub the black bass and biggest trash fish kicks off at
listening to the TV set show the firework displays on the biggest Hall the Monitor and the Merrimac
will meet next Thursday, July ? 6 a.m. at the boat ramp and ends-up at 11 a.m. dependence ,
11, at 7:30: p.m. in the BHS Field 11-o'clock Well, with news all the celebrations scheduled around The Firecracker Classic 5K run gets off,at 7:30: ( p.m. I am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific, my

House. Starke, you don't have any excuse this year. There are with the one mile fun beginning at 7 p.m. It only costs$6 arms reach to embrace Alaska and Hawaii... 3 million
cheerleaders are
and
Players to enter and get a T-shirt. The races are sponsoredby
you
urged to attend. "We need your Independence Day celebrations in nearby Keystone the Lake Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery Center. miles throbbing with Industry I am more than 2 million
take Florida Joins at
and Lake Bulter some
,or
support for the upcoming year, the Heights Florida Folk Center, and a July 3 musical celebra An opening ceremony begins with a flag raising at 4 farms. I am forest, field, mountain, and desert. I am quiet
says President Dale Brown. tion and fireworks at the University of Florida band- p.m. with children's events right after. villagesand cities that never sleep.
Music is on tap at the community center from 4-to-9
Upcoming... shell. p.m. with dancing from 6-to-9. You can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down

Com Our Country Day in Keystone... Fireworks start at 9 p.m., a gift from the VFW post. the streets of Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his
The Downtown Progress
mittee will meet Monday, July 8, at For the last 16 years,Keystone has hosted"A good old Gainesville events... arm. You can see Betsy Ross with her needle. You can see
4 p.m. in the Chamber office. Next fashioned 4th" with this year's celebration of In the light of Christmas, and hear the strains of "Auld Lang
at 7 in the different. Activities are scheduledall Want to head South to Gainesville for a good time? calendar turns.
Friday, July 11, p.m. dependence Day no Syne' as the
for Fanfares and Fireworks at the
Club the final with fireworks in the evening. Then drive on over <
Starke Woman's day long, ending
meeting is set for a vote by af Events really start Wednesday with a street dance University of Florida Bandshell at 6:30: p.m. Wednes I am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I am 108,000
tested property owners on whetherto starting at 9 p.m.with the Shiner band and a Bingo Bashat day,July 3. It's billed as an evening of American music, schools and colleges and 336,000 churches where my people

proceed on the $500,000 proposed 7 p.m. in the Lions Club on Orchid Street. picnicing and extravagant fireworks. Gainesville worship God as they think best. I am a ballot dropped in a
downtown renovation project. It is For runners, a 5K event gets the gun at 9 a.m. Thurs Old favorites will be performed by the box the roar of a crowd in a stadium and the voice of a
UF Summer Chorus UF
Band SymphonicBand ,
proposed that property owners in day morning, July 4, in front of the Dollar Store and aonemile Community and
the renovation area pay for the project fun run starts at 10 a.m.. both sponsored by and a combined community chorus. choir in a cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspaper a
with a 30-year bond issue. Hospice of the Lakes.: Registration is in front of the city For the Dixieland fan, the Doc's of Dixieland, letter to a Congressman.I .
and Sweet Adelines will be
Gainesville's
The Bradford School Board will Barbergators and Foster. I am Tom Edison, '
hall.At music. Eli Whitney Stephen
hand for old time am
meet Monday,July 8, at 7 p.m. in a 10:30: a.m. the American Legion Auxiliary will host on
evening will be fireworks accompanied and Graham. I am Horace Greeley,
work session, at which the board the Flags of Love dedication.A Topping off the Albert Einstein Billy
will go into session for several parade is set for 11 a.m. and after that, Joey Loper by the combined bands and choruses. Will Rogers, and the Wright brothers. I am George

'i 1', items. will start up his Strong Stuff truck and climb over junk Foster Center... Washington Carver, Daniel Webster and Jonas Salk
Stephen
The Brooker City Commissionwill cars in the Clay Co-op lot.
meet Tuesday, July 9, at 7 p.m. In the park at noon aerobic dance; will be An Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration is set for I am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whitmanand
in city hall. demonstrated.BMX the Stephen Foster State Folk Culture Center in White Thomas Paine.
The Hampton City Commissionwill bicycle races start at 2 p.m. at the track off Or Springs Thursday.
meet Tuesday, July 9, at 7:30 chid Street. For the beach set, the Gatorland Ski Club It jumps off with a carillon recital at 9:30: a.m.to mark Yes, I am the nation, and these are the things that I am. I
puts on the show at Keystone Beach beginning at the the 209th birthday of the United States.At was conceived in freedom and, God willing, in freedom I
The Chamber of Commerce same time.If 10 a.m. family games start with watermelon will spend the rest of my days.
board of governors will meet you get hungry,there's a bake sale and chicken bar- eating, greased pole climbing and sack races.
Thursday', July 11, at 12:30 p.m. in b-que along with an arts and crafts sale. Other boothsare For the hungry, smoked mullet,catfish, ribs and lots May I possess always the integrity, the courage and the
the Chamber office. planned as well for drinks and eats. more will be available. strength to keep myself unshackled, to remain a citadel of
-Qualifying for elections in Music begins at 2 p.m. and runs until 8 p.m. with freedom and a beacon of hope to the world.
Starke and Hampton opens at noon Lake Butler highlights... bluegrass, gospel and clogging going on.
July 15 and runs through. noon Friday Closer to Lake Butler' Then go to Lakeside Park on Admission is $2 for adults and *1 for children ages
,, July 19. Lake Butler for all the fun. 6-to-lS.




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Out for Fun...
Jacquline Crewsat( left) and April Scoggins( dance across the stage
Night on Broadway... during one of their routines as part of the show.
These Hampton Elementary students gave their all during a perfor- The students thrilled a large crowd of friends and parents at the show, .
mance celebrating a "Night on Broadway" in song and dance. which has biome an annual event at the school. ; :. {. ', '
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t Hampton n. Elementary entertained parents ana trienasthe mustca I rA nnte".
4_; night of May 30 with a choral presentation of the Best The third graders presented a medley of songs from
of Broadway under the direction of music teacher "Mary Poppins." A highlight of the night was third
Carole Stevenson grader Sabrina Joiner singing her own special version of
J The kindergarten, first and second graders, assistedby "Doin What Comes Natur'lly," from "Annie Get Your
y their teachers, Mrs. Cyndee Lawrence Mrs. Jean Gun."
Clark, and Mrs. Shirley Bagwell sang the all-time The fourth and fifth graders thrilled everyone with the
favorites, "Getting to Know You" along with "Happy exciting "Oklahoma" and welcomed the audience with
ty Talk" from South Pacific and "Tomorrow" from the "Consider Yourself" from "Oliver." 4I


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Solo... Teachers Sing Out... MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
Sabrina Joiner takes a solo duringthe These Hampton Elementary teachers joined Claudell Frees, Mindy McClean,Millie Galanos, Sandy
I show at Hampton Elementary. together for a rousing chorus during one of the show's Saunders and Ersaline Zimmerman. 127 E. Call St. Starke 964-7810
final numbers. In the rear: Karen Harlow, Debra Donnerstag Jean
From left to right on the front row: Shirley Bagwell. Clance Donna Tew and Cindy Lawrence. THURSDAY, JULY 11 9:30: to 12:30:



Those who are experiencing some difficulty understan-
I $300 Bill for Filing: Repo Suit Makes Rounds ding words should take advantage of this FREE offer.

... Don't put off today, what could make a better tomorrow.

Who is going to pay$300 attorneyfee which was consiaeraoie Dy tne time tions and what board members work, was paid without question by
to a 1962 Chevrolet it reached the commissioners. thought was off-the-cuff. the commission. No June bill from AULI1
pickup truck repossess for $1,200? Struggling,without benefit of legal The commission pays its attorney Flynn had been received.In THE HEARING 1223 NW 16th Ave.
The bill has made the rounds from counsel, the commissioners tried to $500 per month retainer for 10 hoursof discussing the bill, Chairman AID PLACE Hearing
county attorney Reggie Flynn, to figure out who should pay the bill. work then $50 per hour for any Carter said the county may not have 1 Gainesville, FL
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, to the County Give it back to the sheriff, sug- work over 10 hours. had much legal service before Flynn tSe v ci fTfc 373-5507
Commission who struggled over the gested Commissioner. Lawrence Flynn's $875 bill for May including but they didn't have such high bills
bill Monday and are in the process of Mosley. $500 for a retainer plus other either.Captain. i
sending it back to attorney Flynn. sheriff If it needed is county business,the and coun-the .. . . CUP THS COUPON- ani. . . .
an attorney -
Story at the county commission
meeting was that Sheriff Reddish at- ty should pay it, said Commissioner : FISH & FRIES Two tender fish fillets :
\ tempted to file the repossession suit Wilbur Waters. D'sa nalural-cut french fries .
in County Court. Tbat is allowed The judge instructed the sheriff to FOR 50 and 2 Southern-style hush
under Florida law, said Clerk Gib get an attorney, Chairman Maxie ) ONLY $h puppies. .
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Brown. Judge George Pierce advis- Carter Jr. pointed out. .
ed the sheriff to have the county at- The Judge said he thought the great little seafood place(( a Offer expires July B,19a5Notgoodwltnanyotherspaclal Catain .
torney enter the suit. county attorney would do it for B discount 5.. .
Following the judge's advice nothing, said Clerk Gib Brown. (at participating Capt.D's). a great little seafood place .
Sheriff Reddish turned the case over Shocked bill from last month by Flynn a $1,580 who . . . CLP nm COUPON . .. . .
attorney
to County Attorney Flynn who filed April 0_ Two tender fish fillets, :
a new
had many hours preparing FISH FRIES
the suit and billed the sheriff for s ex .
$300. Commissioners said they garbage and landfill control ordinance natural cut french fries ,
understood the paperwork on the after the county's law was FOR &.11 ffiJjPl and 2 Southern-style hush .
repossession suit was already filled declared unconstitional by Judge ONLY J.WJ Puppies.Captain. /
commissioners asked
out by the sheriff, and attorney Pierce the .
attend meetings unless Oller eMpires July S,1985
Flynn not to D'sor
Flynn simply filed it. his presence is requested and stopped .Not discount good wlttl any ottler special 7 :

Sheriff Reddish wrote commis- work on the 30-page garbage .(at participating Capt.D's). a gTCat little seafood place .
sioners he has no basis for paving law. Commissioners were also .. . .. CUP THIS COUPON . .. .?. .
the bill, no money budgeted, ..and angered by Flynn's minute-by- Two tender
sent along all the correspondenceFor minute charges for phone conversa- FOR FISH fir FRIES nalurateut french fish fillets fries .:

: FOR O0| and 2 Southern-style hush .

I Aquasize Classes Offered ONLY 1.9 puppies. .
?Offer expires Jury 8.1985
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Not good with any ottle,speCial Cag.-. S
those who want to exercise, "Aquasize is very therapeutic. It .discount .
but are tired of the old work out is good for physical fitness reasons (at participating Capt.D's), MalOOd plCC.. .
routine, Bradford Hospital's Center plus the water massages and soothes . . . CUP nm COUPON . .. .. .

for Health and Fitness has Just the you,," said Franquiz. U FISH &r FRIES Two tender fish fillets
class for you..AQuaslze. m naturakut french fries :
Recommended for everyone, For those interested in signing up
aquasize offers individuals an oppor for the classes beginning in July, or : FOR $1 50 and 2 Southern-style hush .
tunity for physical exercise while in for further information, phone Bradford ONLY puppies.Captain. ..
the water thereby keeping the In- Hospital's Center for Health Ofter elCPltes'July 8.1985
dividual cool and comfortable. The and Fitness at 984-4210. "Even if you Not good wlth anynyotherspecial D's. .
In- have physical problems or OPEN JULY 4th or discount
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I County Facing; 26-day Deadline to Get Landfill Permit Plan I

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Facing a deadline 26 days away, taminating the water.In Bradford County on the Dist. III S/D Accepted... Emergency Services Director Cliff Clerk Gib Brown suggested the
Bradford commissioners Monday, addition, DER will require a board. There are 11 districts in the A Chapman the commission found it commission start hearing budget re-
July 1, hired an engineer to get a complete chemical analysis of the state Keystone area subdivision expensive when previously consider- quests. The commission won't know
new permit to operate the county's water, plus quarterly sampling Hawks said the Guidance Clinic is developed by Jack Courtnay was accepted ing the nationally used 911 number. where it stands, however, until afterit
only landfill. analysis, to make sure the landfill is providing services for some adults, by the county commission for Chapman said that within two years gets the budget requests and after
County Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal not contaminating the ground water. teenagers and children, but more paved road maintenance. the county probably will be forced to the tax roll is submitted and the in-
read a warning letter from the state Currently, the commission is funding is needed to answer current Call Hidden Hill Unit 1, the sub- use the 911 number. come can be determined.
Department of Environmental negotiating with landowners at the needs. division has nine lots on the

Regulation which has given the landfill to buy land to enlarge the "Relative to other districts in the Keystone Country Club, four of Looked over the now closed area .Is to meet Friday, July 10, at 10
county a 30 day extension, until July site. A deep well on one site will be state, District III is underfunded," which are sold, and seven lots off the Civil Defense building on Edwards a.m. with Department of Transpora-
26, to devise a plan to bring the land- allowed by DER to be used as: a test Hawks reported. She said the Dist. golf course, of which one is sold. Road for possible uses. The state has tion officials at SR-100 and SR-21 on
fill back\ into compliance with state well, said sanitarian O'Neal. III budget is about $2 million or 25 Courtnay said he started developing closed three of its four area CD of the turnback of SR-21 between
regulations.The O'Neal said there are no indica- percent short of what should be Hidden Hills ir. 1978 and finally has fices. Jim Dalzell, who headed the Keystone and Melrose. Four coun-
DER permit to operate the tions that garbage buried in the high allocated to the area based on the gotten it finisihed. It is adjacent to district office here, has retired. ties, Alachua, Bradford, Clay, Put.
landfill expired months ago. The sandy soil in the landfill located off state's formula based on factors Keystone Club Estates. nam, are involved. Bradford com
landfill is currently being operated SR-100 about two miles west of such as population, poverty levels, New Was told collections for the coun- missioners said they heard Clay is
without a permit. The county faces Keystone Heights but in Bradford overcrowded housing and non-white S/D Kegs... ty's rescue operations are running at resisting the turnback from state to
fines or possibly closing down the County has contaminated ground population.Hawks Paved roads in subdivision accepted 40 percent. The department has bill county maintenance on that stretch
county's only landfill if a new permit water. said the Legislature acted by i the county for ed out $52,000 so far this year and which is heavily used, and indicated
is not secured. He said land in that area is pro- this year to amend some of the shor- maintenance probably now haveto collected $28,600, Chapman said. they might go along with Clay.
O'Neal told commissioners he has bably 150 feet above the deep water tages, but the $4 million statewide be 20 feet wide, up two feet from
conferred with flows of the Florida Aquifer and that the previous .
engineer Glen allocation won't fill the gap this 18 feet required.The Set its first
budget workshop for 8
Williamson of Macclenny who will several layers of clay soil seal off fiscal commission approved the
year.
July 15 to hear departmental Instructed that ordinance be
take on the repermitting process job contaiminates from seeping into the She said the area needs additional amended S/D regulations at its July p.m.budget requests. No final decisionswill from an $1 to $2 the
doubling
prepared
for $3,600, just $600 more than acquifer. funding to increase drug abuse services 1 meeting far advertising, and a be made. amount added to all fines and
Williamson charged over five years for children and adults, expand public hearing will be set on the pro-
The 1985 tax roll will be about
forfeitures with the to
('tin! P a mon y going
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ago when he first the KHareaT.f "grams. posed law change.In .
got Day Treatment to
a
.... program week late because the computer service law enforcement. A new state Taw
.addition.ta..i ":y iirdi. A report on programs sponsoredby diagnose mentally retarded and the county uses has been down, allows the increase. Clerk Brown is
In O'Neal reported, the Bradford-Union Guidance mentally ill patients. Additional
says Property Appraiser Jimmy in process of getting a model or-
Williamson estimates it will cost Clinic through the Department of money also is needed for more services other July 1 action, the commis- Alvarez. Property values are up but dinance from another county.
$5,400 for nine soil borings aroundthe Health and Rehabilitative Servicesto for children, including con- sion: he won't know the totals until the
landfill, plus several thousandsmore assist people with alcohol and tinuation of the prevention program computer printout is received, pro-
for two or three test wells. drug abusa problems was heard by Camp Quiet Thunder, she said.A Showed some interest in chang- bably by the end of the week, says Tabled action on yet another war
The test wells are shallow wells. commissioners.May ing to a 911 emergency phone Alvarez.By ning letter on the county jail from
The one at the landfill now is only 22 Hawks of HRS briefly explained public hearing will be held in the number. County residents must now state law, the county must the Department of CorrectionsDOC
feet deep, but test wells must be in- the work of a planning committee coming year so residents can voice dial 964-6161 the dispatcher unit at have a budget meeting within 15 ( ). Sheriff Reddish is getting in
stalled with packing and with to District III, which includes views on needs for mental health the Bradford County jail, for days after the tax roll is submitted, touch with the Tallahassee attorney
threaded plastic pipe and with a certain Bradford County. BUS science in- and substance abuse services, emergency service. and within 30 days must have a ten representing the county on the jail
kind of pump to avoid con- structor Jerry McGriff represents Hawks said. Chairman Maxie Carter told tative budget. suit.


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Zoning changes for a 36-acre .A multi-family residential aeveloper Courtnay expressed a pend on the economy, he said. years ago, had operated a farm tor L.M. Gaines pointed out that
retirement community planned just classification, allowing up to eight great need in the Keystone Heightsarea there, and were unaware the zoning open rural is an agriculture
south of Keystone Heights by units per acre, on 3.2 acres, added to for a retirement project, noting had been changed to single family classification allowing a conven-
developer Jack Courtnay were given the 15 acres, was approved. that a number of people in the KH Downzoning Refused... residential. tional home or a mobile homes on
final approval Monday, July 1, by An adjoining 17.9 acres was area are now reaching the age County Commissioners voted 5-0 When Mr. Jordan's health becameso one acre lots. Chicken houses, a pig
Bradford County commissioners. reclassified from single family where they find it difficult to care for against dowr.zoning from single he couldn't handle the property.The farm, or any agricultural ossified
Courtnay, a Keystone Heightsarea residential (RSF) to residential and two and three acres. family residential to a farming Willard Jordans sold to Wiggins is permitted on property
developer, had three items on office, which allows professional offices Many persons in the Keystonearea classification (op. -ural' OR) on 21 who planned build a $125,000 home open rural, Gaines said.
the list for zoning change action: such as medical in a primarily find it necessary to move to acres on Flume .oad (NE 13th and also wanted room for some
Approximately 15 acres in a planned residential area. retirement communities in other Street) just off Sit livestock.The The property was classified single
unit developmentf (PUD) off "We're losing very good people areas of the state, Courtnay says. Zoning board mcn.bers split 3.3 on rezoning vote to open rural family residential in 1970 when the
Southeast 43rd Street (Speedville who are having to go to retirement Courtnay says his development is that issue last week. was an even split, with three county was originally zoned, Gaines
Road). Courtnay successfully had communities in Jacksonville," in its first phase and is still very, The property is owned by Willard members agreeing and three said. The Jordan farming operationswere
the boundaries of the PUD, called Courtnay told the zoning board last very preliminary. He says he would Jordan, who had it sold to H.F Wig disagreeing with Williard Jordan's grandfathered-in and could be
Oak Trail, redefined and the zoning week.In like to get started on it in 2-2'/z years gins had the zoning change been approved application to rezone 21 acres from carried. But when the practice of
classification downzoned: from PUDto presenting his request to the with completion in the next 5 to 8 Mrs. Jordan said her husband single family residential to open keeping cows, for instance, was
RSF, single family residential. Bradford zoning board last week, years. Speed of completion will de- originally bought 40 acres 50 rural. Zoning board member Direc- halted it could not be resumed.




I City.. Policemen Seek $2,000 Raise


A pay raise for Starke police of- ask a man to risk his life for $13,000 a and he could make more mone y
ficers was top priority discussed Fri- year," said Signore. elsewhere. Jerry Miller, who wa s
day during negotiations between the Signore said pay increases are dispatching at the time of hi s
Police Benevolent Association and also needed to keep experienced of- resignation, said. he had had enougof h i!
City Attorney Terence Brown. ficers from going to other cities. Bowen's "bull.." and is no\"
Ken Signore, the association's Five officers of the Starke police driving a long haul truck.
negotiator, said, "We are attemp- force have resigned during the past
ting to take the Starke Police 60 days, according to Sgt. Wayne Also recently resigned wa
Department out of the dark ages." Wilkinson. While the officers left foes PatroJmeQ. hip Barret''..* din ;.;. ire
Police officers in smaller com- various reasons, seeking better pay Blankenship and Dwight Groves.
munities in the area make more was among the reasons listed.
than Starke's patrolmen. He said Sgt. David Crum, who joined the During the past five years at leas;td
begining pay for officers in High police department in Long Boat Key, 20 police officers have come an a td
Springs is $15,000 compaired to said he had enough of the unfair gone from the Starke force, sal
$13,000 in Starke. "It is ludicrous to practices in the Starke department Wilkinson.
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,',r:,' f'.j.,' One year from now in July i6-a hundred coin.salt sea suffered the ravages of time 1
i" years after President Grover and air. The seven spikes of the
)," Cleveland dedicated the Statue of Liberty crown representing the seven seas have -
... t in New York harbor- summer-long been removed and are being completely :
festival Will be launched celebrating completion redone.The torch which: was remodeled in j
1 \ of the $Z JO minion restoration of 1918 to allow interior illumination,is being j
this magnificent symbol of freedom. replaced with one that follows Barthokn'soriginal
design:a gold-plated flame reflecting -
What better way to celebrate this July 4, the sun's rays.and lighted externally _
1985 than by making a contribution, largeor at night. = !
Yrr small, to complete this mammoth project ,)
,now in progress. The copper restoration is being done by =w ,
French artisans who are experts in the ;
Up to date, Americansfrom schoolchildren "repousse" technique of copper = i
up to corporation executives embossing- same method that Bar- '
have contributed $165 million to restore tholdi used originally. 1
"Miss Liberty" to her original splendor
but that is only slightly more than half of
j the amount needed to complete the Job.

This tremendous fund-raising effort is
not Just to preserve a statue of copper and
iron. It is an effort to keep alive a symbolof -J,
liberty that for ninety-nine years has 1
given form and substance to one of the :
most powerful forces within mankind- 3 QUA 1
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desire to be free. _

In June of IBM the French ship. !.sere. .
arrived in New York harbor amid the '

booming cannons, carrying thousands of
pieces comprising the Statue of Liberty,
packed in more than 200 crates. The arrival
of this monumental jig-saw puzzle set
off two weeks of merriment full of flag-
waving exuberant parties, and chorusesof
the French national anthem.The statue
Independence Day was a gift from the people of France,as a
token of the good will that existed betweenthe jIsJ
two nations.

Plus ThanksgivingThe It took more than a week to unload the
ship, and another 16 months before thegiganticpgsawpuzzlewasputtogether on

its huge foundation in New York harbor. r 4
release Sunday of 39 hijacked American hostages after 17 days of
The forthcoming centennial has createda
capti&I.: is reason enough to turn the usual Fourth of July celebration in- resurgence of interest in the Alsatian-

Ie holiday it was also a day of Thanksgiving. Among the tradi- born sculptor, Bartholdi.who modeled the .."
tional parades and displays, there were mingled moments of silent "Miss Liberty's" face after the features of

thanks for the return of the 39. Not to be forgotten, however, is the fact his mother'and its body after that of his
of Colmar has
wife. hometown
that seven previously-taken hostages still remain somewhere in Lebanon, adopted Bartholdi's the statue as its semi-official symbol Big Celebration Planned for July 4,1986The
and the tragic memory that one of the hijacked hostages U.S. Petty Of- and the entire region of Alsace is now
ficer Robert Dean Stethem returned home earlierbut not alive. He had attracting the interest of American

been brutally beaten and then slain by his captors. tourists. When a delegation of Statue of French craftsmen are sharing a for the statue itself,and U.S. contributions
Liberty Commission members recently workshop at the base of the statue with a financed the pedestal on which it stands.
Minions of Americans who followed this ordeal television
17-day on toured the region they were feted with team of American steelworkers who are Contributions have ranged from multi-
press, and radio could not help but come to a greater appreciation of the brass bands playing Sousa marches and duplicating the intricate bends of the million dollar Corporate gifts to one-dollar

freedom with which we are blessed in America, and also a greater souvenir bottles of centennialkirschwasser statue's rusted skeleton,composed of 2,000 Cub Scout contributions.On .

realization of what is meant by the loss of that freedom. It also brings in the shape(water of the) and famed gingerbreadcakes statue. corroded iron structural pieces. Until October 28, 1986 the 100th birthday of
forth a greater understanding of the triumph that was achieved in the formation recently, both groups could be watched the Statue of Liberty will be celebratedwith
Since Bartholdi could not figure out how from behind a glass wall by tourists, partof a rededication Festivitiesare
of the under which to "life ceremony.
f. government we are privileged enjoy ,
to keep the iron and copper figure from the nearly two million people who visit
also planned for the 1986 Fourth of July
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. falling over after being erected he asked the statue annually, and who have con- week, when a spectacular return of the
his friend. Gustav Eiffel designer of the tinued to flock to' the island despite the
The prized documents on which our nation was founded are based on a "tall ships", which were a memorablepart
famed tower in Paris, to solve the work. Now, however, Liberty
pro- ongoing of the 1976 Bicentennial, will be held
deep belief and faith in God, a recognition of the age-old yearnings of blem. Eiffel designed an iron frame using Island has been closed to visitors until the on the Hudson River. With heads of states
mankind for liberty and dignity, and a set of guarantees our Bill of Rights the two metals which were insulated end of the restoration work next year. from dozens of countries on hand, Army I
the of individual the abuses against each other with leather. But during
insuring protection rights against tyrannical and Marine units on parade, Navy ships
that have occurred since ancient times. the past century the leather has worn Cost of this centennial restoration booming their salutes and Air Force jets
a away and the negative interaction of the the the 1986 celebra-
(which includes renovation of the historic zooming over harbor
two has caused such extensive erosion of tion will all of the world
immigration station on nearby Ellis assure peoples
.-tilts t". .;. :Ot r nvr-n, +rdiY-ut v io.rr the iron armatures that parts of the statue Island) is.estimated at more than $230 that Lady Liberty will still be lifting her
i-iv.+were to danger of coUapte. beside the door" she did
raoua :'million. PwKttng-fio Ialphas.been almost "lamp golden as
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iww cJyl1 "MiWUbert"I. Hwt.'hichiortbed :\entirely prioata.ijust: as it was 100 years for "huddled masses yearning to breathe
We Hold To 1le Sel f- moat partis.1' no thicker.than Sbaif filar. .ago when citizens, of France raised money free" during the past century.



TheseTruths Evident County Agent's Notebook by Bobby I.. Taylor \



Summer is a great time to enjoy things
The freedom we celebrate on Independence Day, 1983 was first spelledout like hiking and camping. But before you Aroid Poisonous Plants and ranges from five to six feet to as much

in our Declaration of Independence (from the "mother country," go tramping off into beckoning woods,you leaves have fallen. Poison Ivy commonly as 23 feet in height. The leaflets leaves thaI are! dividedinto in
should familiarize yourself with of seven to thirteen grow
England) signed July 4 1776 declaring: some grows as a vine, climbing into trees, over end of
the more common poisonous plants. A tit. fences and the sides of walls. However, pairs.A single leaflet is found at tile'
up ,
"... we hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are tle preparation could save you days of uncomfortable hi open fields Poison Ivy may look like a each stem. In the spring, the'leaves are-
texture.
and im
bright velvety
created equal that they are endowed by their Creator with certain after-effects resorting from shrub. orange
leaves
contact with such noxious weed This Later, in the summer, the upper
unalienable Rights, that among these are Life. Liberty, week. I'D talk about pnuwnau plants in Poison Oak usually has the appearance become dark green and)glossy: while the
and the pursuit of Happiness." general and then go into a> little detail of a low-growing shrub. As the name implies lower leaves turn a paler i gteem
about Gf these the slender, upright branches bearieafiets
some moat frerjuentfy encountered
The great value set upon these rights by our forefathers, who knew which resemble Oak leaves.
what it meant to be without them was expressed for all time by Patrick Poison Oak also grows in trees,like Poison These But are our most common poisonous that

Henry when he lighted the fuse of the American Revolution by exclaiming species Usually found, we eely think as of the BriaonAiut...-W18. Actually piano as Ivy. Usually fighter, in the color undersides, because of the they'recovered leavesare should plants. learn, there to recognize are many and more avoid. you It's !I''I

: three'm06t especially important to keep young j
they're eiwywtare!! IHJ diwcrtbe the with fine hairs.
oxaxsaa: tnutatnvia: plants: Poison}; children away from such dangerous
,* life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the Ivy, POUCH Oak. serf Scmr.a! price of chains and slavery? Forbid it. Almighty Cod I know where you tar glit find SJuws. or small tree.It never has the vinelike appearance poisoning regardless of the victim's age
not what course others may take; but as for megive me liber- of many other poisonous plants. it's wise to contact a physician immediately -
Now b a good Le ttv! 6* discussing Poison Sumac is often found near swamps if there are signs of internal distress.
ty or give me death! poisonoos plants bttmut*fli! *saw'af!them

Daniel Webster later expressed the same dedication to liberty when he leafy enemies if mrM a&mriitnt!durlnif Ow
summer. And its naiui&y th!: any which)
said: causes the problems.Pbuunnivu planta,caw Forestry in Bradford County

"No man can suffer too much and no man can fall too soon if be divided into two group*; Bins! which'
he he in the liberties and the Constitu- cause skin: irritation,, sad knee wlueft' >>
suffer or if fall defense of
BY David w-
Norton
cause internal distress and i in jar*eases, helping Prevent Wild Fires
tion of his country. even death. Bradford County_ ___.u Forester

No one can begin to understand the great triumph that was achieved in Many factors influence the pnisonons
the formation of the democracy under which we live, without knowingand nature of a particular kind of plant. The been Some of our veteran fire forest rangers would have hazard. This burning is done during the
predicting a problem winter months, under the right weather
understanding the words that were voiced by these great men and the plant poison or may it may be be dispersed focalized throughout in a specific a develop similiar to Flagler and Volusia conditions, and fired against the wind. For

circumstances under which they were proclaimed. plant part, sucb as the roots. berries, or county s ever since home building and sub- most wooded areas this should be performed -
seeds. the amount of poison in a plant divisions landed in the woods. every 3 to 4 years to reduce hazardous
In our own great were still brought by great men. What And.
age,
messages underbrush and reduce wildfire damage if
among plants of the same How does this "fire-eating" home
may vary even problem
could be more inspiring and more self-assurance than Franklin fire should strike.If .
promote species depending on the time of year, occurTIt: usually begins quite simp-
D. Roosevelt's ringing challenge of depression days: weather conditions, and the soil. Also, ly. Man's love of nature and the outdoors the Division of Forestry can provideany
compels him to build homes and additional information concerning the
reactions vary among
"We have nothing to fear but fear itself on their health, age,and sensitivity residences out in the middle of many acres appropriate burning methods or if we can

To those who would put their own self-interest above that of the nation, poison. of piney woods. Many of these homes are assist you with burning your wools, please
have a variety of leaf built with less than one acre of cleared give us a call at 964-6280 (ext. 219),
John addressed
F. Kennedy his unforgettable: Poison Ivy may
shapes. But, one identifying feature remains ground around them. This by itself is not
"Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can constant the leaves always come in that terrible,but the woods around homes Incomplete Medicare
do for your country." threes, with two of them directly opposite over the years are allowed to grow up into Forms Cause Delay
thick dense brush and palmet-
flowers be grasses, -
white may
Amid the devastation of the Civil War,Abraham Lincoln set the tone for each found other smaller waxy branches. These tos. Tbe dry. low rainfall condition that
on Many people in the Gainesville area wait
Florida has bad since last fall is the straw
reuniting the nation when he said: sometimes stay on the plant even after the that breaks the camel's back and ignitesthe longer than necessary to receive payment

"With malice toward none with charity for all, with firmnessin Historic ScenesOf woods into a fiery bomb leaving heavy mit from itemized Medicare bills because with they their failed request to sub-for

the right as God gives us to see the right let us strive on to Starke destruction in its path. payment Glenn Moore, Social Security

finish the work we are in to bind up the nation' wounds, to care In Chastain's Window What can we do in Bradford county to manager in Gainesville, said recently.

i for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and of early Starke and prevent a situation like this? It seems like Medical insurance is the part of
orphans; to do all which achieve and cherish a just and a Historical scenes display in Chastain people will continue to build in the woods, Medicare that helps pay for doctor bills,
i may Kingsley lake are on
well dry weather is always a possibility, and outpatient hospital bills, and other items
lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations. window on W. Call Street and are Stopping those "sick' individuals who enjoy and services not covered toy hospital in-
take look. Property
to a
And finally,to free-people everywhere, who sometimes lose confidenceand : worth anyone's Bradford time County Historical watching things burn up. are things surance. To receive payment under this
of the
faith in what be done by the individual to right the wrongs and in- are muralsizeenlargements that nobody has control over. Prescribe program,a person should submit a requestfor
can Board, the pictures burning the woods of harmful underbrushis payment form along with itemized Dills.
justices of arrogance and indifference in high places, we have thegreatest from a collection of early an item that we can control. The
trouble Moore said is that often the
Everett Hoover Bros photographs.The
challenge of all in the immortal message of Edward bill does
Prescribe burning of native woods has not provide a detailed description
Hale, a one-time Chaplain of the u.s. Senate scenes include the century-old many benefits especially reducing wildfire of the services provided and therefore a
George Pace home, still standing today on decision cannot be made as to whether
I am but one... but still lam one. I cannot do everything but 1 South Water St,; the famous scene of the they are covered. As a result, the patient
can do something; and because I cannot do everything I will U99 snow during the freeze that finished Rummage Sale must be contacted for more information..

, not refuse to do the something that I can dot off the the two-story orange Starke groves in Male Bradford& Female County Institute ;- And Covered Dish be To sure prevent that each this delay bill shows, the:person should

that stood on the corner now occupied On KLPOA Agenda A description of each service provided
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l These are the words that helped found our nation and make it great. by the Starke Woman's Club; and Members of the Kingsley Lake Property The date the service was provided':
,; The times now await another great man who can provide America with Anderson's Landing, the Lake.first public Owners Assn. will hold a rummage sale at The place the service was provide!;
t sound and bathing beach on Kingsley the Civic Center all day Saturday July 13. The charge for each service provided:
Judgement inspired leadership. Other scenes of historic Starke will be Anyone who would like to contribute itemsto The doctor or supplier who provided
r displayed from time to time by Chastaln's. be sold may call Ann Hill at 533-2069 or each service; and
The photographs will be used later in a Jean Peters at 5332129. The person's name and health insurance
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 small museum to be established by the KLPOA will also have a covered dish claims number,exactly as they appear on
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} } }. }. } Historical Board in one room of the Old supper at the Civic Center on Saturday July the Medicare- card.
: Courthouse now being used by the Starke 20, starting at 6:30 p.m. All membrsand For more information, contact the

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Sandra Tompkins,
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Mickey DempseyPlan

Aug. 3 Wedding

[ Rev. and Mrs.James Tompkins of
Starke announce the
engagementand .
.,_ 1LL approaching marriage of their ,
.- daughter, Sandra, to Mickey Demp ,_ _
sh sey, son of Mrs. Vashtl Dempsey of -
)-r-// ti Branford.The I
bride-elect Is a graduate of II
Asbury College and is employed by '
the Bradford County School Board. I
The groom-elect is a graduate of the _
University of West Florida and is
employed by the Suwannee County I
School Board. Ii
The wedding is planned for Satur-
day, Aug. 3, at 7 p.m. at Grace i
t United Methodist Church in Lawtey .
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with a reception following in the
church Fellowship Hall. "
: All friends and relatives are in- Sandra Tompkins

r LI't vited to attend.Items. Mickey Dempsey I



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Led Revival BHS Class of 1965

BHS Class of 1935 Hold 50th Reunion July 7-10 Madison Planning MeetingA I

St. Baptist ChurchA planning meeting for the 20th
reunion of the BHS Class of 1965 will
Left to right, first row Bill (Donald) McRae Myra Frink May, Louise I After a buffet dinner Jeraldine Hooten served as master of ceremonies YOUTH LED REVIVAL will be be held Monday night, July 8, at 7 I
Snyder Renner Inez Dempsey. Herbert Packham, Mignon Sisson and presented Gilbert Brown who gave the welcoming speech and the held at Madison Street Baptist p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce
LaMorte; second row William Wooten, Martha Powell McClane. res ponse given by Keeffee Harrell. Bill McRae gave the invocation. Church on July 7th-10th. Services building.
Jeraldine Johns Hooten, Louise Kite Newman, Anita Wainwright Boles The silver and pink class banner was behind the head table. Silk flower will be held nightly beginning at 7:00: All members are urged to attend. I
Elizabeth Hollingsworth McColskey, Audrey Carlisle; third row Gilbert arrangements centered the other tables. Stereo background music p.m. John Page, a student at
Brown Leslie Biggs, Grace Adklns Beal, Keeffee Harrell. Dorothy Sapp reminiscent of 1930's was enjoyed. Valdosta State College, will be I
Sale Paul Raymond and Louise (Pinky) Davis. treading the committees for arrangements were Jeraldine Johns preaching. Don White,Jr.from Jay,
The 1935 class of Bradford High School held Its 50th reunion May at the Houtten, Martha Powell McClane, Anita Wainwright Boles, Dorothy Sapp Florida, will be the visiting musi Mount Calvary ,
Starke Golf and Country Club, with 20 class members of the class of 54 at- Sale, Louise Kite Newman and Grace Adkins Beal. cian. Special events for all youth Family DayMembers
tending. Approximately 50 members and guests enjoyed the occasion. have been planned Immediately
of Mt. Calvary Baptist I
following the services.
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Church will celebrate its fourth
Madison Street Church in-
Baptist family and friends day on Sunday, j
Susan Hilliard and Del Tucker Wed the vites everyone services.of all Madison ages to attend July 7, beginning with Sunday :

I : June 22 at Bayless BaptistSusan Baptist nightly Church is located on Street the School ning service at 9:45 with a.m.;moderator 11:30: a.m. mor-A.J. j 2

900th block of West Madison Streetin
Charline Hilliard, daughterof the ceremony they each took one of The bride given away in marriageby with a white lace table cloth, Starke. Robert C. Gillls is the Simmons of the New Bethel Baptist i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J, Hilliard the lit candles and together lit the remaining her father, wore a white floor centered in the middle was a three pastor. Church and 1:45: p.m. dinner will be
of Starke, and Del Edward Tucker, candle to signify the two of, length gown covered in lace, and a tiered wedding cake with pastel served. 1
son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. them becoming as one. They had knee Length veil. Also she wore a roses for decoration, another table The Waymore Chapel Methodist i
Tucker, also of Starke, repeated three songs sung during the single strand of pearls, which were dressed the same,with a punch bowl Mrs Don Church of Jacksonville and
their wedding vows Saturday, June ceremony and were sung while put oni by her grandmother, Susie placed at both ends and a groom's Laloles Magnolia Baptist Church of Raiford
22 at 7 p.m. in the Bayless Highway lighting the remaining candle and Hilliard before the ceremony, that cake in the center.Around the tables Baby Shower Honor. will have charge of the services.
Church in Starke, with Rev. Junior also during the song, both the bride has been worn by each granddaughter and at different points in the The family having the most
and took red recep-- Mrs. Don La joies was honored at a relatives and friends present will be
groom a single carna-
Ogburn from Lake City performingthe on her wedding day, and tion hall were arrangements made
ceremony. tion to their new motherinlaw.Mrs. Susan became the fourth in the fami- with an assortment of stork shower recently given by Mrs. served ice cream and cake.
Linda Woods served as ly to wear them. Her she flowers. spring Dave Sommerville, Mrs. Ron Denmark The public is invited to attend.
Special highlights were around the matron of honor, and Miss Beth and carried was made with nosegay a mixed collection Mrs. Andrew Strickland and Rev. Alphonso Jenkins, pastor.
altar. An archway centered in the Judy Workman, sisters, were of spring flowers. After the bride and groom cut Miss Lisa Lawson with 15 guests at-
middle, with fern and a mixed collection brides-maids,which are also cousinsof their cake and made a toast to their tending. \
of spring flowers weaved the bride. Miss Dana Faulknerwas Jamrss Tucker, father of the future, they walked around to visit The refreshment table was Don HoHgren
thru and around the top, with two flower girl and also a cousin of groom attended as best man,ushers out of town guests. > covered with a:yellow gingham cloth. I
spiral candle holders, and two arrangements the bride. Mrs. Woods wore Aitolid, ..;.wcr.., Charles: Milliard *t\d Michael pry; I .After leaving the church the newly .and centered with a yellow floral,.< ,Gur Spoakor. ._? *..,. <, I ...?,
placed on stands, on blue floor length gown, with a low Manning, brother of the bride and .weds spent three days and nights at rangement. The gift table was Bradford Baptist :
each side of the archway. Also a neckline, while Beth and Judy both friend ii'f the bride and groom.Jason the Red Carpet Inn at St. Augustine covered with a white lace cloth and
three candle holder was centered, wore the same made dress,but were Faulkner! cousin of the bride was beach, for their honeymoon.The centered with an arrangement of f 1
with the two outside candles lit by colored a shade of peach. Miss ring beiirer.; groom is employed with his pastel flowers and two baby dolls. Don Hallgren, of Ocala will be the {
the ushers, and the center left unlit Dana's gown was solid pink, and A reception was held afterwardsin father's company.Tucker Asphalt in Games were played and a prize guest speaker for Bradford Baptist :
until the bride and groom repeateltheir from the waist down layered with the reception hall, behind the Starke, and they are now at home in was awarded to Ganielle Smith. Church Sunday, July 7 at 11:00 a.m. ;
wedding vows. At that point of lace. church. The cake table was covered Pennyfarms.Mrs. The honoree was unable to attend and 6:00: p.m. !
but the shower was recorded on Brother Don will be joined by his :
cassette tape for Mr. and Mrs. Don wife, Brenda, who is a talented :
Lajoie to enjoy.A pianist, in presenting several I
Did You KnowMr. crib mobile was given to the musical selections.
honoree as a memento of the occasion. Mr. Hallgren graduated from Bible J
Elna Schaffer and Mrs. .
Mrs. Les Lowber of Monroe, Miss :Slue Morris of Red Bird Mis- Myldred Cuttino returned last Fri- Baptist Seminary, Arlington, I
and Mrs. S.G. Denmark Mrs.
Texas, in 1971 with a Bachelor of
j
Wash. Miss Claire sion, Ky. is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
M.J. Sanderson and children and Townsend of day after a 32 day tour of London and
Sacred Music Degree.He has served ;
Atlanta Mrs. Bill S.G. Denmark this weekend.
Collins of countries.Dr. .
Mr. and Mrs.Steve Denmark visited eight European Mrs. Gwen Gray '
Jenkinsburg, Ga. and Mrs. Norman in churches in Burleson, Fort Worth,
Mr. and Mrs. B.Y. Saxon and his Shower HonoreeGwen and Arlington, Texas, as well as in !
brother and sister-in-law, Lt. Col. Prichard of Gainesville are visiting Mrs. ]Marjorie\ Thomson and Mrs. .and Mrs.Len Schlofman spend Starke and Ocala. :
and Mrs. C.L. Landon in Melbourneon their sisters, Mrs. Merrill Glisson at Ruth ME!r1fe spent last Thursday the weekend of June 15 and 16 in Gray was honored with a The public Is invited to attend the :
June 2223. The Landons are being Lake Geneva and Mrs. Albert Lee in Panacea. On Friday Orlando for the Florida School luncheon June 20 at the home of Nan- services of Bradford Baptist :
transferred to the Netherlands.Mr. Crosby in Starke for five days. they went, to Tallahassee to pick up Board Association Meeting.Mrs. cy Odom in Country Club Estates. Church, which meets in the :
Mrs. Thomson's grandson Todd Assisting Nancy were Elaine Southside Elementary School :
and Mrs. Bill Moore of Green Saturday Church held a Thomson and brought him hack to D.G. Effrain of West Palm Thornton and Diane Brown. auditorium off road 100 South. Rev.
Cove Springs were last Thursday cookout evening at the visit him cousins Bill and Brad Beach spent the past week with her Guests included Gwen's mother, David W. McClain is pastor of the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch Hamilton for a week at Hampton grandmother, Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Sr. Mabel Pendry of Bristol, Va.; church.
Carver. with 50 attending.THSTEStUniUE. Lake. and family. Gwen's sister, Thedia Dyer of Ten-

nessee, Mary Burroughs of Winter
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Port Richey.
BEEF_ The guests and close friends were 15th Year ReunionThe

seated at the dining table which was Class of 1970 has planned] its
centered with a silk arrangement of
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15th year class reunion for Saturday
summer flowers. July 6 and Sunday July 7. Saturday's
of Gwen, who graduated from Santa activities includes dinner from 3:30
Beef 'Front'' \ Fe Nursing School on June 21, was p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Western Steer
given a collector's plate as a Steak House in Starke, for the
BEEF'l.rlt momento of the occasion. classmates and their
QUARTERS j. Mitchell and special guests.
and her
Gwen, sons, From 6 to 7 p.m. Happy Hour atJ.D.'s
Nolan, left after graduation to join Pace, corner of Brownlee St.
,. her husband, Doug Gray in their
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and Old Lawtey Road. From 9 p.m.
,. runs xor new home near Atlanta. to 1 a.m.a social get-together at Kel-
99C ; 1.19L ly's Night Limits, by invitation only.

W.A. Stern 92, a.m.Sunday at,St.July John 7, church Missionary service Baptist at 11

Celebrates BirthdayW.A. Church, Hwy 200B, Lawtey.
Classmates Rev. Ronald Strong and
(Bill Stern celebrated his
HINDQTRS. 1.29uSide Rev. Freddie Moody will be the
92nd birthday which was July 1st,
The is cordially in-
speakers. public
.. with a party given by his daughter, cited for worship service.
-
Louise M. Stern, Sunday afternoonat
Boneless Boneless Classmates may contact Shirley
their home on S. Walnut St.
at 782-3113, Shirley
Griggs
Fayson
The honoree his
SHOULDER gifts at a table which enjoyed held opening a bouquetof McDougald Ford at 964-6843, or
CHUCK ROOMS FOR RENTat yellow roses and two birthday Carolyn Brown Spooner. at 964-5807,
as soon as possible.The

.,i. ? 9Lb' rOAST Lbl. 2 gSHOULDER cakes.Punch, ice cream and cake were classmate will meet at 10
ROAST served during the afternoon. Fifteen a.m. on July 6 for a short business
meeting at Kelly's Night Limit while
to share this
guests were present
or the HistoricAl1AGNOLIA occasion. decorating. All classmates are urg-
happy '
ed to attend.


STEAK CHUCK 1.49 STEAK 1.49 HOTELWalnut Did You Know...........

Lb Lb. St by Post Office .
Karen Thorpe of Starke was on the
AttNOUNClNs Dean's List at Valdosta State Col-
Beef Stew Beef lege for the spring quarter.
Nightly
Weekly MonthlyYou Mrs. Anita Wilcox of Fernandina

Beach was Wednesday to Friday
MEAT CUBE 1.89 guest and Mrs. Emma Tanner of
Will Be Close to: Baldwin was Thursday guest of Mr.,
Rebekah Kathleen Cason I and Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs.
Churches, Doctors Offices, Restaurants, J.H. Fields.
1.29. STEAK Lb. Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Cason of
Grocery 'Stores & the Post Office Starke announce the birth of a
daughter, Rebekah Kathleen born Mrs.John Greene and father H.L.
June 20 In Humana Hospital, in ,,Chancey were in Morvin, Ga. on
Orange Park. She joins a brother Sunday on business. '.
BUTCHERSHOP Stop By and Let Mrs. Van Hook show you the Edward, two years old. .
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and son Jim of
J moms. We're sure you will be delighted. Mary Woodham of Starke. Paternal Winder. Ga. were visiting friends
Edwards Road 964-5906 grandmother is Mrs. Marilyn Cason and relatives in Starke and Raiford
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Time to Discuss Brides


and Social SecurityJune

and July is the traditional

months for marriage. This may be

an appropriate time to discuss how L .
marriage may affect a person's i
rights and responsibilities under the __

Social Security program.
The first reminder is to change et

your name with Social work t1 ,.FF 4

you use your married name at .
F Failure to do so could cause a mix-
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__. Social Security record. In recent .,' ''f'M''
years, a number of private firms ;< '"

have offered to perform this servicefor A t" ; ,;_ ,,,,,";1 '

a fee. However, changing your ': -. f.t"',
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free and simple.All it takes is to con- '.' ., ,' "1
tact the nearest Social Security office
You will need evidence of your \

old name and new name. ."

Many people don't stop and think Two new directors, and officers of the Starke Rotary Club are

about how marriage will affect their (from left) Richard Dugger,director; T.B. Rahn, treasurer; Maxie Two new Rotary Fellows Bernard McFadden left, and Drew

Social Securtiy protection. If they Carter, Jr., president; Jimmy Alvarez, secretary; and Fred Reddish, right, were named at Rotary Installation last Friday. At
did, they would be less likely to McElroy, director. center Is Tom Slade, who has led In financial support of the Paul
Charles
Sawyer to change their names with llarrfo Fpllmv fnnil.
Social Security when they get mar-


Elected Former Pres.Resident NLPGA work ried.Marriage under Rwta means! Security th,. a person's may be Rotary Club Commended for Suppo rt of ScholarshipsSpeaking

J. Charles Sawyer was elected more improtant. The program pays-

resident: of the National LP-Gas benefits to the dependent spouse and t ributed by an anonymous donor to and stages the an nua'l RuralUrbanDay which provides polio vaccine to

Association at NLPGA's Conventionin children when either worker retires, at the annual installationof two: students attending SFCC.In at the Bradfo rd County Fair. It clinics around the world with a goalof
Las Vegas, June 10. Sawyer is or If he or she becomes disabled, or officers of the Starke Rotary Club addition to scholarships Rotary also contributes $:;,000! a year to the making infantile paralysis an ob-
.
President of Sawyer Gas of Jacksonville dies. Although are more like- ._ _
women ? "-? an INni Rnv Sfont Troon. Rotary Internati! anal Foundation solete disease.flHftfi .
last Friday night, past District
Inc.Sawyer. ly to receive dependent spouse

who entered the Industryin benefits, they are also payable to Governor Jacksonville William, commended Hamrick the ,club of ton %........................................................................................fil2 .......... M1!' /////II I/IIIIIIIII""NN" &.
1960, for years has been Involvedin men. WIN,
NLPGA activities. He is immediate The benefits include payments to its active support of scholarship ri "" .wnr"? WIN A TNIP 10 WW VDRN
nwyRlYOir
air TO aft 1HI ueY
and other service .
public
past first vice pesident and mothers or fathers under 65 with funding pro- ", '- limit THC lYOUEt

two terms as NLPGA treasurer. For children under 16 or children disabled jects.Eightyfive. members and .. d"'f KIAHtJI roil Diuin,
more than ten years he has been a before 22 in their care; paymentsto guests t
attended the ladies night event in the \
member of NLPGA's Board of wives and husbands or divorced .. .
Florida State Prison training r. \: .--- ,
Directors. surviving spouse at age 60, and to .
Sawyer is a member and past disabled widows, widowers, and building on Highway 16. Featured on *amBammmmnmmM/////m///auum "
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the menu was barbecued pork froma
chairman of the Affairs divorced surviving spouse between AMERICAS DRUG STORE l
governmental ,,, .
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4-H Club pig purchased by the club IMI,"""
Children 18 and under .. .
or
and Executive committee, age 5059. ,
NLPGA's PropanePAC and is cur- disabled before age 22 may receive for$400 at the recent Bradford Coun- 0 Sale prices good thru Sat., July G. It I (:ft. I __

rent chairman of the Oversight Committee benefits after the retirement, deathor ty Fair. 0 We reserve the right to limit quantities. f' r :5' 1t., / "
Hamrick the club for having See the for the Eckerd nearest l' ','
either A praised 0 yellow pages you. J .: ( r
for G. A. S. Check, the industry's disability or parent. ""IIIA :.
members Paul .. .-
also 23 of its 56 as Har- ... I.I'I' !$
most ambitious, comprehensive dependent parent may qualifyfor ris Fellows. This honor is bestowedon ::3. :'.. \\hIp' :,:,Wt: ,, c
benefits deceased son's ordaughter's --
safety and training pro- on a :
members whose names have L-T1 I 1wl.xnx
earnings at 62.
age
gram.Past president of the Florida Propane Under a recent change in the law, been placed in nomination by someone ::"- "

Gas Association (FPGA), retirement benefits may be paid to a who has contributed $1,000 to tDN 'L'D

Sawyer is also past chairman and an divorced spouse at age 62 whether or the Rotary Foundation for each (I Agl3OAr
active member of the Florida LP- not the former spouse has retired, if member chosen. r R.L A IIf
Gas Legislative Committee. He was the divorce has been in effect for at Two additional Rotary Fellows ; REVLON -- PIoTHc ft ....y

the first recipient of the Bill Hill least 2 years following a marriage of receiving the honor Friday night .. __ L r-. -
Reddish who served
Drew as
Memorial Award given to a personin at least 10 years. were for, ending July V05 or AQUAMARINE MAYBEUINE COSMETICS NORTHERN TOOTHPASTE
the LP-gas industry who has People who are already receiving Rotary president year AQUA-FRESH
benefits the of 1, and Dr. Bernard McFadden,
demonstrated outstanding service in as dependent a
the area of public affairs, and is retired deceased, or disabled director of the Santa Fe Community
three time recipient of the FPGA's worker should note that marriage or College Starke Center. Tom Slade
Distinguished Service Award. remarriage may cause his or her received a Rotary emerald pin for
benefits be reduced having contributed over $5,000 to the Igg 5D gge
On the home front, Sawyer serveson to or stopped. IlII.OZ.
foundation fund in the of Paul
the Board of Directors and is past However, his is not true for widows Harris Fellows. name

president of the Chamber of Commerce and widow ers or divorced disable OFF
of Jacksonville, spouses age 60 or older, or Maxie Carter, Jr. was installed as ,

dent of the Rotary Club ands a between age 50 and 59. They may the new president, succeeding Red- -D!. SHAMPOO H CONOITIONfR INTIRE STOCK Rig 18010 3.40IELECTEO PACK OF 4 Lmd' Id
dish. Other officers starting
member of various other civic, marry or remarry withour effecting new :
philanthropic and political groups.He their right! to benefits. their terms Friday were: Dolph -, -

and his wife, the former Reddish, president-elect; Jimmy r::1"-r r .-may:/ A .
Alvarez T.B. Rahn, "
secretary; _
Joanne Slade of Starke, live in d I'.u _
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treasurer; and William A. Bessent, -- -
Jacksonville. They have three I fT.j
New directors .HDRHDR\ \
sergeant-at-arms. .
children, Suzanne, Charlene and .,;;.
h Yiil named to the board were Richard z H 000. H 000
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John Charles, Jr. 1
Dugger, and Fred McElroy. nlwAYyxr II I-, _, t NNI
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scholarships each year to students i' \ 1 :r.

Billy HInson attending Santa Fe Community Col-
lege'and.the.club administervo NON SHAMPOO HUBBIES fWHEADV ENHIBUn IARBI LASAGNE,

w Speaker at "n. $1.000 scholarships''annually, .cori-. a T o&4NDIE10 NER a 59 CHOICE OF TYPES a e 49 UARFAIFA 2 PACN 5 a 9 9 SALAD SPAGHETTI BOWL or ,
Level Baptist ChurchThis j --


Sunday, July 7th, the Junior George A. Canova, Jr. I lion- ""....... ''BAND,AID -rrjh
and Senior High departments of Graduates from AFB I
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Pine Level Church will hear nn Irm' Cobnr 5..0
Baptist Airman George A. Canova, Jr., 3
the of Hin- '_'. Y
personal testimony Billy son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. nn II ). I IIMMI y ; ,
who has been star foot V' .
son. Billy, a nil .m
Starke has / ,. T
Canova Sr. of graduated ) ....,"'",
ball at the of /
player University from the U.S. Air Force information ... CuI /. nm
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Florida in Gainesville has been --
at _.. Actl..t" .
course Shep-
systems operators -- --
drafted by the N.F.L. Denver Bron- ;: got.-.g..t.-
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pard Air Force Base, Texas.
cos. He is from North Florida, and
During the course, students were t CARE FREE CUDlMOISTURIZER JOHNSON a JOHNSON 6PX AM/TM RUBBERMAID
from Hilliard I
upon graduation High r' taught to operate teletypewriter and I or BAND AID- BRAND STEREO RADIO With S
School in 1981, entered the University ACTIVATOR B-02. .66 BANDAGES 20'S HUOPHONES2B30 1 a99SEAVE- .
other equipment used in the e Re s.e3 2.99
of Florida on a football scholar- 1 x State whore twilroli. I II
worldwide Air Force communications I
ship that same year. Billy, who system. They also earned I
played offensive guard, has never
credits toward an associate degree 1R
missed a practice or a game in his II I
through the Community College of
four years with the Gators. He and the Air Force. I
his wife Dana will be to
moving
Canova is scheduled to serve with
Denver where he will his
begin the 601st Tactical Control Squadron Y'ri '
llinson ..P
career with the Broncos.Bill Billy
in West I f
will be speaking in the youth Germany. I
He is a 1981 graduate of Bradford 'I
department at 10:00: a.m. and will
School.
give a brief personal testimony in High I IUSTEN'S MYLANTA D
the 11:00: a.m. service. g /t KIT turnMWImumT STRAIGHT BARREL
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Pine Level Baptist Church is Pvt F.E McClenaghan LIOUIDANTACIOl9e99 oou fl or CURVED .WATER
/ ,.. : a CMSirrfFUY PITCHER 60 02.
located 31/2 miles west of Starke on Graduates from Fort Sill I
highway 100. An invitation is extended
PFC E. C. CrewsCompletes
to all to attend these services. Army National Guard Pvt. j II I IMa.imum

Franklin E. McClenaghan, son of Basic .
Helen H. and James R. Mc- I

Clenaghan of Starke, has completedthe
Army Reserve Pvt. 1st Class Ed- I e a
Did You Know........... tactical communications ward D. Crews, son of Ed and Joyce ,
systems course at Fort Sill, Okla. Crews of Lawtey, has completed I \

Julie Ferguson has as houseguestfor taught During Basic the course electronics, students, receiver were basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. I I Men-Thin, Cuting-CiNMm f_ .F I
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two weeks her Liz Ber-
pen pal, and transmitter for tactical
repair
tholet of Arlington, Vt. Mrs. Bob He is a 1983 graduate of Bradford i'22
communications.He PRO 120 WATT MIIJPI'AUM STRENBTHBAVER BASF 2 FOR
Ferguson took the girls to Wild High School, Starke. Zi I MINI HAIR DRYER ASPIRIN BO-MINUTE TAPIREO
Bradford AUDIO TAPE
is of
a 1983 graduate
1
Waters and Silver Springs on Mon- High School. .r 1185. 12.88 #YPIi .99 BOTTLE OF BO 1 a 88 2PACXPfriomunci J BIILSS N
day. Limit' 2 I serai.5.00 J 10.01.amb .


Duplicate Bridge Club results rATTE"TIO" j 5011 Oa _+
from June 25 were: first Lora Fran : ,
cis and Rhea Johnson; second STARKE 11k

Lucile Green and Margie Thomson; Girls of AM! Ages .
third Mike and Mabel Faikel; and CHURCH OF GOD .

fourth Jack and Louise Burnette. 422 N. St. Clair 964.5445 i Baton lessonswill i ;

This was a charity tournament. Walter F. Montz, Pastor be r

We invite you to worship with us. starting rnua ..
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ATTENDED NURSERY YouR CHOICE

Sunday School . . . 10 a.m. July 20th 3 9 t ASSORTED TRIAL 2 19 BAN DRV IDEA DOLL-ON or KODAMATIC MM.M AAWAY r
United TRAVEL 9e OSCIILATIN8
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Morning Worship . . . 11 aim For more Information, call Ren.. up to 69* a 9-02.DEODORANT. #AA 1S e O O "" ? DS
Methodist ChurchRd Evening Service . . . 6 p.m. DONNA PARADO 431.1185 Reg. 12.811 #8154 *>3. 1899

225 road Across from Wednesday Youth . . 7Mp.m.j: DENISE GRIFFIS 964-4561
,
Lawtey Post Office M III i 1'R V 0

SUNDAY SERVICES :?1 1 1 1 ; Mew:'"N "'

Sunday School . 9:45 am 111 film

Sunday Worship . 11 am
OUT H LED REVIVAL



THf BRADFORD \ JlMadison ily 7 -10 I MIN'l OESIBNERIRABRANCES H LADIES *J C Q DARN HAWAIIAN TROPIC OIL KODAK COLOR 2 fOR SIC' DISPOSABLE

COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 2 a 0 0 lie,. IUD fa 44.00 e or LOTION NU-OZ. 2 e 4 9 CP138 PRINT fIlM 24 EXPOSURE 9,9 C tlGHTEIi SINGLES

Published OfF moo Re .
every Thursdayat 79' eachVISA'
139 W. Call Street Street Baptist Church

900 west Madison .
St. Starke
r Starke."Florida 32091

.Second Class postage paid at Services' begin 7 p.m. ni ghtly.John page Valdosta BENADR\, ,

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i I It Starke, florldaSubscription St. College student, will bi e the visiting preacherJr. Now available without a (prescription.: 1-: : > Y ,'.-,


t Rates: Don White, Jr., enteringbe College in the fall, will ; The Benadryl"number, is one now prescribed available without allergy a relief doctor's med (cine.pros@elaryy""!!rr--- ..;; &:...,;;. +

In-trade area: $10.00 per year visiting' musician.. cription from your Eckerd Drug Store Stop by I today t:: ..tany _
$5.50 six months and try of, the Benodryl"products by >avtL 4. .;;;::) :; _
e Everyone is invited Rol)ert C. Giilis pastor See your Eckerd pharmacist for more detain. dr""= ._fi1"-'

Outside area: $11 per year I

i $6.00 six months 1 I .". 3""mR .


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The''jbbettcs: aver league leaders the entire season Catherine Johnson Clara DeSue and Coach Willie title...
and finished as top women's team for 1985 In Recreation Brown. (Standing) Assistant Coach Glen DeSue, Brenda -
I Department Softball. Butler, Erma llamm, Antoinette Bright, Sylvia It's nice to come out on top In the league and that's Lewis Joe Cox, Wayne Blankenship Jay Eaves Ken-
They are (Kneeling Left to Right) Hazel King with Williams, Judith Bright, Mary Strong and Patricia what Northside Baptist did In the men's church league ny Chilly Daryl Hilliard. Robbie Cowart Jackson
son Jered Srnlt. Michelle' Bright, ....n..t tvnii,.... An.. this year. Prevail. Pat Welch and Jimmy Alvarez. Not Shown: I
(Kneeling, I-r) Buddy Revels, Brett Williams, Chet Steve Cubbedge. Rick Welch, Greg Alvarez and Randy
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12.9 9 COOLU I"-QUAIIY 8.79 Rig.WUHACHCtMm 10.89 75.0 0 designs PATIO 'SET 0YOU'New 1 0 9 7.7.E-01IPf
lIag. less do 'hem hro,,". IIltg. 1.3S Royals 19 Twins 13 Hawkins a home run to lead the Padres 12 A's 1

The Royals defeated the Twins Twins. The Padres rolled over the A's 12.1
I __ __ 19-13 in Jr. Softball action June 25. Brad Neighbors was 2.2 with a June 27.Ronda.
I I The Royals were led at the plate double for the A's. Bryant was the big bat for
4 by Bo Johns 4.4, John Loper 3-4 witha the Padres, going 4-4 with 2 doubles
double, Don Roberts 2-3 with a Cubs 12 Padres 3 and a triple, while the A's were
( home run, and Jim Ivey 2.3 with 2 The Cubs pounded out 24< hits and limited to just 6 hits for the team.
; I doubles. limited the Padres to 6 in taking a
''J c.J .-, .. LJII'It Ben Hawkins was 2-3 with a dou- 12.3 win June 26. Cubs 14 Royals 0
J l ....-.1:... ble and Paul Smith 2.4 with a double, Monica Williams was 4-4 with a The Cubs limited the Royals to
Tikki Williams 3.4 for the Twins. double and a triple, Latoya Jackson just 3 hits in 14-0
AQUA IIIIITI AQUA MATE 10" I 10" STAMPED MATCH LlSHT taking a shut-out

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June 26.Ben Ronda Bryant was 3-3 with a dou- hitting 2 doubles and a triple and
'.......J.... : Hawkins and Paul Smith were- ble, and Eric Brown 2-3 with a double Kilby a triple for the winners.
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301 South Starke 964-4809
Hwy. Teal Tile and Norman'sProduce
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IJ -. ti r Feed Store through another season, winning a
L II' j C tournament la Jcssup, Georgia.
TI1''l/ J :l''" The local team won a total of eight
l"r' -= Men's WranglerJEANS games enroute to their title,and took
2 FOR DIAMOND 2 FOil DUlllln 4 FOR s many of the individual awards as
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69C PACK Of 140N3 89C ALUMINUM 12"' I 29' ROIL FOIL 99C 60ilrr' 7 OLMS.0Z. i I .fin SN tZ'OZ.*C" SINGLE '_ well.Paul Rogers, a multi-talented

player who performas at pitcher, se-
cond base and in the outfield, won
II IL.=: r\\m\ \\\\ the tourney Most Valuable Player
award. Rogers turned in numerous
-- \ 'Ct\i\ l1n1'ij..J $1500Straight| outstanding plays in the field and
1. All Shoes smashed 11 home runs during the
[f-; ''L'-'oo m'11"t\ \ : weekend-long tournament.
-.. ?- tU n \ ; \ Leg or Boot Cut The Teal-Norman team also field-
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., --.c..t; l'1"-7>'1/1'1 \ Tournament Team, including third-
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1 0 596 ElrXU&I fib<< 1/3 a SlucnD 1 0 0 VANILLA"OKIEST. or DUPLEX Cellen, who led the team in batting
"ecthe pmd6 OFF SeiottJGn vwei II... 49' eeca.e average over the 11 games with an
$16.25Western outstanding.863, right-center fielder
Matt Hull,and Bill Goodge,who was
Rei ) ; the tournament's home run champ
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PHOTOPROCESSING.YOUR weeks ago.Kitties .
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local players, defeated Jody Brown
4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION amd Maria Thomas 6-4, 7-6 (5-2 in

DESERVES THE VERY BEST. AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE 20 % 20 % the tiebreaker) to advance on to the
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y I Starke Suns Win in Mddlebiirg > ...: I



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The Starke Suns Softball team for 10-5( in game two. The Suns defeated tournament. MonikaWilliams hit

girls age 9-12 was undefeated in win- Middleburg 11-4 in a semi-final .670 with a home run, and Ronda

ning the Middleburg TournamentJune game, and then beat the Vixons Bryant had a .450 batting'average.The .

28 and 29. again, winning the championship Suns are sponsored by the

The Suns beat Macclenny 25-7 in game 10.7.Leading( Starke Recreation Department, anda

their opener; then sent the West the Suns offensively were coached by Director, Cheryl God-

OUVA 1 vix w to the lOR""'" hr"olr..t Chanrta Woods who hit ,730 for the win.

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s, ; s Special Bingo: to be Offered Here !


5F JL. \
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} Special bingo games on Saturday Saturday bingo until after Labor dispersed'to these groups in the 13

nights during July and August will Day. months betweem June 1, 1983 and

I be for the benefit of the Santa Fe The games will be played from May 31, 1985, including Junior and

w, Mil Community College, Starke Center 6:30: to 9:30: at the BCYA building Senior Girls Softball, Junior and

+ according to Guss Hallos presidentof (formerly Moose' lodge) on Griffis Senior Boys Softball, and the Pop
i
Bradford County Youth Activities, ..loop.Kallos Warner baseball program. Kallos is

t 4Tr : Inc. said BCYA is a non-profit president of the association, Lois I.

,F nti In v 91YM corporation chartered by the Stateof Breer is secretary, and Maxine

', t p Kallos said the Saturday games Florida and profits are con Kallos, is treasurer. Ernest Sutton .

f jJ were scheduled since St. Edwards tributed to Youth organizations in of Keystone Heights is vice presi !

4 d Ia Catholic Church has discontinued its the County. HP said that !SB.059 l was! dent. '






Community Ed. Program Set to Begin: Ii


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Bradford County School's Com- Friday, July 12 Brooker Elemt. Elementary 10:45: a.m. and Brooker :

munity Education Program will Elementary 11:15: a.m.

begin Monday, July 29, and run Registration will also be held at Group two (2)) will leave Lawtey

through August 9. The program will the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech. Center, Elementary at 9:30: a.m. ; Starke

be held at the Camp Blanding's from July 8 through the 16th, from Elementary] 10:00: a.m. Return to

Enlisted Men's Club and will be open 8:00: a.m. to 3:00: p.m. each day. Starke Elementary at 11:35 a.m.,

to those students who have com- Transportation will be provided Lawtey Elementary at 12:05: p.m.If .

-------::-------...- ..-- ;. --- ,. -- ...- _.__ .__ n __________ pleted Kindergarten through the from each of the elementary schoolsto there is a large enrollment a
sixth grade. Registration will be the lake at Camp Blanding and third bus will be added.

Starke Suns win the trophies... held during the second week in Julyat back to the schools. There will be

the elementary schools from 9:00: two classes conducted each day and Registration fee is ten dollars

With a successful season the Suns have won two (.Front I-r) Cathy Jo Jackson. Christie Harrison Jill a.m. to 11:00 a.m. according to the students will be assigned to one of ($10.00) per student, but will cost no

tournaments lately one here in Starke and last Williams! and Brittany Itula. (Back row, l-r) Chanda following schedule: the two classes by school. family more than thirty dollars

weekend in Middleburtf. The Mo-12 year! old girls are Woods, Monika Williams Amy Jackson Rhonda Group one (1)) will leave Brooker ($30.00)). Additional information will

coached by Cheryl! Godwin: of the flee Department. Bryant Theresa Hassett! and Misty Fili. Elementary at 7:55: a.m.; Hampton be provided during registration or

Monday, July 8 Southside Elemt. Elementary at 8:25: a.m.; Southside you may contact Hank Greene at the

Tuesday, July 9 Hampton Elemt. Elementary at 8:45: a.m. The bus Vocational Center at 9646150. Night

Wednesday, July 10-Lawtey Elemt. will return to the Southside Elementary registration is available on Tuesdayand

Thursday July 11Starke Elemt. at 10'?; a.m. ; Hamptonto Thursday evenings.



I j jLegal'

I .t Florida National Banks Increase Dividend i


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Notices \ --The board of the Board of Directors including of the board, LU'Champ Food I

. I Directors of Florida National Banksof Sidney Alterman president Alter- Stores Inc.; Loyd G. Kelly presi-

Florida Inc. increased the com- man Transport Lines, Inc., Henry H, dent and general manager Kelly

will DULf E. REDDISH Gator t-reightways, Inc.Carrier. Court tor Bradford Coun fluent disposed to an I pany's quarterly dividend to $0.20 Beckwith, president Tompkins- Tractor Co.; Wilford C. Lyon, Jr.,

I, Donald Cooper Sr., for Sheriff Bradford Co. ty. Florida Probate Division evaporationpercolationpond I per common share payable this Beck with, Inc.; Deane R. Beman chairman of the board and chief executive -

riot debts be responsible other than 6/27 2tchg 7/04 6/27 2tchg 7/04 the address of serving Keystone ,quarter on July 1,1985 to commissioner, PGA TOUR; E. officer The IndependentLife

any my which Is North Temple Village Apartments. The I shareholders of record on June Bruce Bower, president and chief and Accident Insurance Company -
of July 3, 1985. IN THE
,
own as CIRCUIT COURT
INVITATION TO BID
7/4 Itpd FOR BRADFORD COUN Avenue. Starke Florida plant 'location Is at Cortex I 101985. operating officer, Florida National ; W. A. Mcgriff III, presidentand
Suwonnee River that the total cash valueof Drive and Balboa The previous quarterly dividendwas Banks of Florida, Inc.; Austin A, chief executive officer Alliance
TY, FLORIDA PROBATE
Economic Inc.,
NOTICE OF INTENTON: Council their DIVISIONFile the estate Is Avenue, Keystone $0.18 per share.Shareholders Caruso Sr., president, Southern Mortgage Company; M. D. Moody,
TO REGISTER hereby announces $4.77092, and that the annual Friut Inc. Julian E. Jr. and chairman
allocation of Number 85-48-CP Heights Bradford County at a May 16 Distributors ; president of the

PURSUANT FICTITIOUS to NAME Section 20000.approximately for thepurchase IN RE: ESTATE OF names and addresses of Florida. 'meeting J re-elected fifteen members Jacksdon, president and chairman board M. D. Moody &Sons.Inc ::
those to whom it has Persons whose
of health ELIZABETH M. WATKINS I I
865.09, Florida Statutes, care
been assigned by such substantial Interests are
Deceased
notice Is hereby given equipment. order are affected the
by Department's
i that BETTY N. WARREN, Sealed bids will be NOTICE OF AD- Vicie M. Norman Route

desiring to engage In received In the Administrative MINISTRATIONThe I I. Box 984 Lawtey Fl.; ting decision proposed permit-petition
Office of administration of may
business under the fictitious TO
Janie Knighton, 3033 for an administrative SAY HELLO
the of
name of WW PRO Suwannee River estate ELIZABETHM. Drive
Simpson
proceeding
FESSIONAL OFFICE & Economic Council Inc., WATKINS.'deceased.File ,
Charlotte. N.C. Louise ) In accordance
; (hearing
PERSONNEL SERVICES at until, 4:30: P.M., E.S.T., on' Number 85-48-CP is
Route 1,
Box
McCianey. Section
218 Walnut Street.Starke July' 16, 1985, for the pending In the Circuit with. 120.57
1668, Fl.
,
Caryville Florida Statutes.
; Jhepetition
Court for Bradford County TOUCHrCALLINGAND
Florida 32091 In. following items:
/ .Florida, Probate Dlvlslorf ) Katherine Norman, .. must conform tone .., _- ,
.e"'o, ,'Sftt.h..o.g.Ictltlous' ; WHEELCJtA.RS.TUB: .
Rout.', ,J' 80x 9B4 "
i ,
14 } name with the ...RAe BARS, WALKERS.BATHSHOWER the rtidaYestfttof!,"lowtey, Flo. 4 r.quiriment.JofChaptere Ur)03 and a I
which 'Is Bradford
SEATS County
Clerk of the Circuit Court
All/ persons ore required 28.5, Florida Administrative -
NARROW BASE CANES Courthouse Starke
of Bradford County.
to file with the Code, 'and
ALUMINUM CRUTCHES Florida. The names and
Florida. clerk of said filed received
court must be ( )
Brad (complete with Tips' addresses of the
Dated at Starke per
WITHIN 3 CALENDAR In the Office of Gen.ralCounsel
tord County Florida this Grips and Pods), and representative/ and
MONTHS FROM TIME OF of the Depart-
of A.D. BEDSIDE COMMODES the personal
17th day June representative's THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF ment of Environmental CUSTOM-CALLING
1985. Betty N. Warren620.711'4tchg and etc.Bid attorney are set
.' conditions and forth below THIS NOTICE all Regulation at 2600 Blair .
claims against the estatein Stone Road Twin Towers
be All Interested
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO specifications may personsare the form and manner Office Building,
obtained at Suwannee required to file with
REGISTER FICTITIOUS prescribed by Section Tallahassee, Florida
River Economic Council this court WITHIN NWE
NAME 733.703 of the Florida. 32301. within fourteen
Installation !
Inc., Administrative Office MONTHS OF THE FIR' i FREE
Pursuant to Section Statutes and Rule 5.490of ((14)) days of publicationof .
1001 Nobles Ferry PUBLICATION OF THIS
865.09, Florida Statutes, the Florida Rules of this notice: Failure to
Road Live Oak Florida NOTICE: ((1)) all claims
notice is hereby given Probate and Guardianship file a request for hearing
the and
estate
against
32060.
that the undersigned Telephone Procedure.ALL within this time period ,
number 904-362.4115. ((2)) any objection by on
WILLIAM DAVID CLAIMS AND shall constitute a waiverof
Suwannee River Interested on
CRAVEN sole owner person DEMANDS NOT SO FILED any right such person ,
Economic Council Inc., whom this notice was
doing business under the WILL BE FOREVER BAR- may have to request an
the to served that challenges 4
reserves right reject
firm of STARKE CV. RtD. determination

name administrative ,
all bids, the validity of the will n
CLE 1640 S. Walnut St.Starke any or Publication of this (hearing) .under
Suwannee River the qualifications of the
F1:32091, Intendsto Notice has begun on Section 120.57 Florida
Economic Council Inc. personal O
register said fictitious, representative June 27 T985.TERENCE. Statutes.If Fv
Frances venue, or jurisdiction of
By. Terry-
name under the M. BROWN a petition Is filed,
Jackson Executive Direc- the court.
aforesaid statute. Attorney the administrative hear
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
tor 7,42tcha7/I1
Dated this 19 day of TIONS NOT SO FILED TERENCE M. BROWN, PA ing process Is designed During the month of
June, A.D. 1985 In Bradford PUBLIC NOTICE P.O. Drawer 40 .o formulate the agency

County. 6/20 4tpd The Bradford County WILL RED. BE FOREVER BAR- Starke, FL 32091Telephone action. Accordingly, th.Departm.nt's July, CONTEL is offer-

7/11 School Board, Starke, : final action >
Florida will hold a Public Publication of this ((904)964-8272) be different ing FREE installation of
may
NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S
Notice has begun July
Hearing on proposed on 6/27 2tchg 7/04 from the position taken and
SALE 3, 1985.Personal. Touch-Calling
changes In the following/ by It in this preliminary
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School Board Policies: Represen IN THE CIRCUIT COURT statement Therefore, Custom Calling. Signup
Notice Is hereby given 6Gx5.37 PERFORMANCE tatlve: Richard Welty EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
object
that I, Dolph E, Reddish STANDARDS P.O.Box 995 Starke, OF FLORIDA IN person who may not today, by calling '
the proposed
to
sheriff of Bradford AND FOR BRADFORD
os 6Gx3.45 JOB DESCRIPTIONS Florida 32091Allorney q '
wishto
County, Florida under for Personal COUNTY agency action may your CONTEL Business

'and by virtue of Writ of The Public Hearing will Representative: DudleyP. CIVIL ACTION CASE No. intervene In the pro for Office 526-4400
A
ceeding. ,
Execution, to-wit: be held In the School Hardy, P.A. P.O.Drawer 85- 271 petition be filed
intervention must
Execution. Issued out Board Meeting Room 1030 Storke, LLOYD L. STEVENS Husband Model ,

of County Court of, Brad 582 North Temple Florida 32091 Telephone: and RITA G. Rule pursuant to least J
at
ford County, Florida) ((904)) 964-5701 STEVENS Wife 28-5-.207
Avenue at 7:00: P.M. on five ((5)) days before the
pursuant to a Final NOTICE OF SUIT-NO
July IS, 1985.
final and be filed
NOTICE is her.byglv.n hearing
Judgement for Louise PROPERTYTO
Copies of the proposed that on Monday with the Department ofAdministration y/
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Knight of Starke, Florida rule be : LLOYD L. STEVENS, ?
changes
and against James Ad- may July 15, 1985 at 10:00: Address Unknown 2009
dlson defendant obtained at the o'clock A.M., the undersigned Apalachee Parkway.'
In the Superintendent's office YOU ARE HEREBY
Gator Tallahassee, Florida
amount of $600.00 NOTIFIED that an action
between 8.00
A.M. and
together with costs of 4:00: P.M., Monday Freightways Inc. will for Dissolution of Mar- 32301 If no hearing officer .,. .
has been assigned
collection. sell at public auction for has been
through riage .filed
Friday; cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. the petition Is to be flied
Have seized and have 120.54. against you and you are
with the
In my I i possession the Jim Duncan Superintendent Jacksonville Fla., one required to serve a copy Department'sOffice
following described lot of wall panels consigned of GeneralCounsel .
per. of your written defenses
2600 Blair Stone J;
sonal prop.rty.towit: Bradford County Schools to Bunkeys Raw if any to It, on the plaintills ',.
1968 FORD PICK-UP;VIN This notice Is In compliance Bar, Satellite Beach Fla. attorney, whose Road Tallahassee,

No. F25ACD43613. with F.S. Chaoter to satisfy freight and name and address is Florida 32301.' Failure. to r y Aa""

.As the property of the NOTICE storage charges, under DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A. petition to1 ,Intervene i l d443 i
the of Section within the allowed timeframe / .
provisions
above named defendant P.O. Drawer J030' ,
.and that on Monday the NOTICE is hereby 4 (b) of Uniform Standard Starke, Florida 32091 constitutes awaiver "
such.
22nd day of July, 1985, at given that on Monday Bill of Lading. and file, the original with of any right -'.-- #

2:00 p.m. on said day on July 8, 198S at 10:00 Gator Freightways, Inc. the clerk of the above person has to request a &

the premises of the Bradford 'o'clock A.M., the undersigned Carrier 7/47/11....... ..- styled court on or before hearing 120.57 Florida under Statutes.The Section.

County Jail, I will offer GATOR July 18th, 1985: otherwise I I'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
for sale and sell to FREIGHTWAYS, INC. a judgement maybe application
FOR BRADFORD available Inspection
the highest bidder for will Hell at public! auction entered against you for public normal

cash In hand, the.above for cash at :2oOO: LloydRd. COUNTY for the relief demandedIn during
FLORIDA business hour. 8:00:
described of ., Jacksonville
property FL the complaint or peti
said defendant to satisfythe one lot of Computing PROBATE DIVISIONFile tion. WITNESS my hand a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Mon
Number 85-57-CP except
aforesaid Execution. Paper consigned to and the seal of sold day through Friday

DOLPH E. REDDISH Southern Bell, Miami Division ((1.3644)) Court on June 18th 1985. legal holiday,' at v, "
of Environmental .
Sheriff Bradford Co. Flo. ((0$.S96937 dtd GILBERT S. BROWN As the Department .

; 6/214tchg 7/18 3/1/85)): one lot of PVC IN RE: ESTATE OF Clerk of said Court By: Regulation -" \ ,

.**.1- ,' '*'******* ") Pipe, consigned to L.P. JOE H. MARR, Deceased Marlon McRae As Deputy Northeast District Off ic.r" ..sqro M 'w"1", >'PEcI1' -.'
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Clerk 6/20 4tchg 7/11 l 1\\
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IT MAY CONCERN Richey Flo. ((10-278701 NOTICETO villa, Florida 32207. 7/3 -,
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> PUBLIC SALE dtd 4/30/85)); one lot of CREDITORS State of Florida'D.partment Itchg ;; r"" .

OF PATROL VEHICLES 20 ft. Vubrail consignedto (Summary of Environmental ;

: Coral Administration) Regulation'' ,' '\
Cape Marine, .
Th. Bradford County Cape Coral Fl, Notice of Proposed CELEBRATE: '', '- .'. '' '.
Sheriff Office will sell dtd TO 'ALL PERSONS HAVING Agency Action on Permit ,# .
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bidder on Friday My 12, Nicklos Ricci, of Pom- ABOVE ESTATE: notice of Its Intent to CE: =::=-__==1 Continental Telephone .l ,
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Jail. Vehicle may be Inspected satisfy freight and Summary( Administrationhas 'agent for Keystone '-.

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to David D. Glass, presidentand "They have recognized that this local store strives to becomean
chief operating officer for the area is growing and will be growingeven active part of the community and All Radios & Stereos in Stock
There more in the future," Conney to work with other area merchantsto i
: are currently 768 Wal-Mart said. "This should have a very make that community a retail
Stores in operation throughout a positive impact here on the local center. Each store endeavors to
20-state trade territory. Twenty- economy. I'm glad we're able to at- develop a long-term partnershipwith IOon
seven stores are located in Florida, tract companies like Wal-Mart, I its customers and employeeswho r-
including one in Gainesville. understand they take an active partin are termed .In
Wal-Mart Discount City stores are community affairs." dition, each store presents-a'yearly
designed as one-stop family shopp- scholarship to a deserving area high
ing centers featuring a variety of Stores Unconfirmed... school senior and actively takes partin Car Radio
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.supplies, household supplies, family The Telgraph Tuesday that no Wal-Mart maintains a "Letter to have a good selection of:
clothing' electronic and stereo supplies firm list of other stores in the planned the President" program where
-,pet care and health and beauty complex have been decided, but customers and Wal-Mart associatescan RADIOS EQUALIZER BOOSTERS SPEAKERS
aids. said the names will be released as provide input on the operationand
In addition, the Starke store will soon as they can be confirmed.The merchandising of each store.
offer a garden center and pharmacy spokesman said there couldbe Wal-Mart desired to malit.tln the, 10 % OFF Everything in Stock
for customers shopping conve- up to 25 new stores in the shopping highest standards of honesty, .
nience. center,with the newWal-Martas morality, and business ethics In
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expected to begin this fall with a projected plex.The. Samuel Moore Walton began his
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1980. Contractors interested in bid the new company should provide a management trainee with the J.C. HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSBradford
ding the project should contact boost to the business communityhere Penney Company in 1940
r. Douglas A. Home of Home Properties in the years to come, as Mr. Walton opened the first Square by Stump's 954.6945iI..l
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ByMarkFrledlln Pallone, who had the busy job of supervising prepara-
BCT Staff Writer tions for the event. "One of the first things people ask
The rains came but couldn't dampen the enthusiasmof about the show is if we are going to have the old planeson
hundreds of spectators of all ages last Saturday as display, especially the old ones. People are
, the Keystone Aero Club put on an exciting aviation fascinated by the World War II planes in particular."
show. The rainstorm came around one p.m., a classic sum-
The club staged the show at the Keystone Heights mer afternoon thunderstorm which sent the spectators
Airport a sprawling, ex-military installation during scurrying to shelter in one of two large aircraft
\ World War II where there is plenty of elbow room for hangars available.
. stunt flying, parachuting, ultralighting, and all the "About half of the crowd went into the hangars, and
various forms of flight on display. about half of them went to their cars to eat lunch,"
Featured events through the day included airplane Young said. "We really didn't lose to many people at
rides for the spectators, experienced local pilots giving all. Then when the storm passed, we went on with the
some curious fans literally the rides of their lives dur show."
ing the day-long show. The tiny, remote-controlled planes and helicopterswere
Para-planes, ultralights, radio controlled models the first signs of life after the big storm, buzzing
'. ,; .' and a display of military jets, helicopters, and WorldWar into the air like a swarm of bees and swooping over the
II vintage aircraft were just a few of the exotic crowd, all radio-controlled by their owners on the
planes on hand. ground. A tiny helicopter was of particular fascinationto
.. .{ ',th:;$ip,: (. The younger set particularly enjoyed crawling all the kids, they just couldn't seem to see enough of its
.. :.1.x.R ;'. over the military helicopters parked on the tarmac aerial antics.
'. :,' where countless imaginary adventures took place ailday Then a gyrocopter came spinning into view, flown bya
under the watchful but friendly eyes of a military skilled pilot from Georgia. The one-man machine is
\ support crew on hand to answer questions about their one of only about 1,500 in the United States, functioningas
... aircraft. kind of a "helicopter ultralight" and sold and built in
,';'!".I),<: <, The show also featured precision maneuvers by the kit form. The craft pulled off some amazing stunts,
.r w ,kt k, "J.,>"If..t.,. Keystone Aerosports Skydivers with multi-colored repeatedly buzzing the crowd in "close encounters"that
; parachutes smoke streaming in colorful trails as they left the air filled with ooohh and ahhs from the
r ._ made their descent at up to eight at a time. crowd.
There were aerobatic stunts by Bill Hunter in his Two air force jet-engined T.37 then made a quick
L Pitts Special, Ken Yetter in his Stevens Acro, and a overflight of the field, giving the crowd a taste of what
:' thrilling performance by Mark Marsh in the worlds high({ performance jet planes can do, then made a rapid
r "Tr + fastest Pitts Special. exit Back to their home base in Jacksonville.
Though a relative newcomer on the air show scene, The finale of the show came late in the afternoon
Marsh Is well known in this area for his expertise. in when a large, old W.W.II trainer called a T-6 roared in-
Acrobatic Contest flying.
i He started flying Aerobatics with the well known air- Please See... Air Show Page
iI I 'I showman and aerobatic instructor, Jim Holland, and is Mir::
now a likely candidate for a future World contest.
c' Marsh fully lived up to expectations as he flipped his
1 little blue, yellow, and orange Pitts S-1S through someof
qs the maneuvers that won him many awards in the
1J various contests around the country.
J "He was amazing," commented David Young, of
1i I Jim Young Aviation, a company based at the KH Air J"t"
I port. "His flight was one of the real highlights of the
day, no doubt about it." a
i The Pitts Special is a uniquely maneuverable aircraft -
1 specially designed for stunts that would stress
other craft past the limits of their "performance
envelope" and well suited for Marsh's "high stress"
show, which included a variety of rolls, spins and stalls
seemingly designed to bring to the crowd to their feet I..
every time.
The prop driven plane can reach speeds of up to 198
miles per hour in level flight and is also equipped witha 1
smoke release system, enabling Marsh to "paint"
colorful trails of smoke in the sky 4A 4 .. l,1nK
a The static displays of mUitaJ:1: aircraft,both jets and_ '
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Mf adr .../ one were- ulte a fewat thtfshow, get-
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h history back in those years when one advance
''after another in the field seemed to come with rapid

.. succession."The displays, even the ones not flying, seem to real- cam
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remember them when they were top-of-the-line, and ?1r
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o their families gathered at the employees were awarded service
lp Uf Prison Training Complex on Satur- pins for completion of five, ten, fifteen -
day, June 22 for a day of fun, food, twenty and twenty-five years.
and recognition.Day ( .serv ceo
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A number of Door Prizes ranging Starke 954-5451
long activities from breakfast from lawn chairs to a computerized
I 1 t t' ; rtea through the evening meal for telephone were also drawn for and Open Every Night
n ; children and adults alike included awarded.
tY STARTS FRIDAY
numerous sporting events, pony
rides, hay rides, a dunking machine Florida State Prison Employee I jpc STEVEN SPIELBERG Presents
and games. Appreciation Day is an annual
event. Superintendent Dugger
stated that the Appreciation Day is
During late afternoon thirteen designed to give the employees and GODNIIS
: employees were recognized for exceptional families an opportunity to get
__ achievement during the together/and enjoy a day of fun and
M Y past year with a plaque describingtheir relaxation and also provides an opportunity M. Mon. Tua. Wed. Thur. 7:05: 9:15:
actions. The persons receiving to acknowledge those in- aiL Sun. 5:05: 7:15, 8:20
awards were David Lehr, Outstanding dividuals who have made notewor-
\ Meritorius Act for saving a thy contributions to the operation of -'
fellow employees life; Charlene Florida State Prison during the past SCREEN; Z
Blalock and Martha Eunice for year. "A fine time was enjoyed by
1/t Distinguished service; Randy all," Dugger said.Eyesight.
Thompson and Charles Wright for
_IIW"""' '. ...,-., __", _.":""' "" '1 TF "M.a,r_..,_ 'Jr' Leadership; Thomas Henderson Sometimes the most unlikely people
Appreciation. Eugene McFadden, Raymond ChangesDon't become heroes. |i PC13fri.
These employees were honored at the AppreciationDay. Pearson (head turned), Eugene McFadden and Secrest, Daniel Pearson, Ronald
Thomas Henderson. Jones and Teresa Dowling for Group Mon. TUB. Wed. Thur. 7:00 9:10
the front from left to right: Asst.Superintendent Sal.Sun. 5:00 7:10: 9:20,
From left to right on the back row: R. E.Thompson On row Special Projects and Programs;
Charles Wright and Asst. Superintendent Hamilton D. Jim Reddish, Teresa Dowling, Charlene Blalock Rick Lee for Special Achievement;
Mathts, Jr. and J.D. McGuire. and J.D. McGuire for Community WEDNESDAY MORNING MATINEE
In the middle row from left to right! R.K.: lee. Dnnn v Sevice. July 10th. AN Seats '2"

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I Foreign friendship exchange program needs volunteersA Starke 301 DRIVE-IN 964.7484Fri.


rare and exciting opportunity new friend and the family which will what they did for Becky, who is from teaching piano'by the famed Sun. Mon.
exists this summer for area be hosting them during their stay. Korea, and is now their adopted Japanese Susuki method, conduc- I Sat., ,
families. If you have children aged After three weeks of living with the daughter. ting an after school enrichment program lake your eyesight" for
8-13. you can open your home and family in Mexico, the U.S. and Mex- Although Sandy lives a busy life, for children and giving of granted Having good vision often ItleU eU .
hearts for three weeks to a young ican children return to the states and the central focus of her life is being a herself in many ways as a community means "having the' good sense to get
Mexican child of similar age. the Mexican child stays for three Christian, and this permeate into volunteer.But regular eye exams, and possibly smi\isns\v;
Foreign Friendship, as the pro weeks with the U.S. child's family. every aspect of life. for the time being, Sandy will wearing eyeglasses. Make an appointment ,
gram's name implies is a way to ex- However because Foreign Sandy seems to be possessed with be posted by her telephone anxiously soon.South.
tend our hands of friendship to Friendship did not have a local non-stop energy. Besides being Involved waiting for the phone calls from I
children from Mexico City. Throughthis representative this year, the pro- in finding fat. .es to host the families interested in hosting a Eastern PLUS -
program coordinated in this gram for this area is being limited to young children arn .ng from Mex young Mexican child in their home HEAVEN HELP US
area by Sandy Lyons, 22 Mexican U.S. families hosting the Mexican ico. Sandy keeps!: I' busy schedule for three weeks. Eye Care, Inc. I SHOWTIME: Sundown

children American will families be the who guests have of unpaid children.coordinator Ms. Lyons is because working of as her an Robert F. Hook, M.D. i i, .....rr...tww....re.

children of ages. interest in seeing such an opportunity George W. Freeman, M.D. *301 MONDAY NIGHT SPECIAL

"The children corresponding will be coming from come to this area and because of .:{,..-...... .. -:: _. .. ., .. Diseases A Surgery of the" Eye J Adults .... $1.50 *
Mexico City. They are from what we the personal friendship she shares 103 Edwards Rood !JJ- Children .... 50' S:
would term middle class families" with Foreign Friendship's Mexican 964-8588 .*****************
explained Ms. Lyons. "Each child is coordinator, Lucy Fernandes. fl'REtEi
insured,and they will have their own Ms. Lyons pointed out that if -
spending money." anyone is interested in becoming a
Before being chosen for the program representative, which presentlypays LAWN & GARDEN
the Mexican children were $100 for each complete exchange Multi-Mile Polyester Glass Belted .j
carefully screened. Ms. Lyons said made plus a free round-trip LORIDA
the Foreign Friendship staff inter. airlines ticket to Mexico City they CENTER
Road
viewed the children, their family may contact her for details."It Hazard Warranty pEST
and their teachers before they were would be a great job for a MULTI-MILE: RADIAL XL y ONTROL
teacher, minister. The 539 E. Call St. Starke
finally selected for the program. principal or needs to be 165-800-13 . 25.88 1.55-80R-13. . _33.88 ,
The children are due to arrive at area preresentative someone aCNEMICACCO
the airport in Tampa for their three who has a lot of contacts and :,- 185.80D-13..32.88 16580R13..33.8819575B14..30.88 .y
week visit July 9,and Ms. Lyons said talks to people on a regular basis," .185-7511.14..37.88 ...' OPEN 9 am 6 pro 964.5745

she feels sure,each child has at least. said Ms. Lyons. .. 205-758-14.; . 32.88 195-75R-14__.:_.... 38.88_,,,"=,,, _
Ms. that the '
somec6'mmAn"d"of English Lyons emphasized job 225158.14.aG.88 205.. (
.'. .' Mf representative dofign':!... ; 76I114a .43.8822375H157 S:1 R
require
languaigrf lf'---i : I ,tP''U I 8jeil,4 215-75B-15 . .3S.88 !f; ; ,46.88+..', For People Who Want
"The goal of this program is not to -,i-'ot of work andThe rdW6'dsinvolved r ? ; '. Really
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take the children to every tourist at- go beyond the monetary 225-758-15 : . ..36I.88 1 23375R15.: . .47.87 jI'' To Enjoy Their Backyards
traction in Florida but to let the awards. 23575815. : . 38,88 -4.00 Balance ',1
children experience family life Cute intelligent and bubbling with -: ELECTRONIC Effective: Powerful black light" lures mosquitos and other"
situations in the U.S.," said Ms, enthusiasm, Sandy Lyons lives in FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL (FRONT or REAR) r A.._. flying insects. Electronic grid knocks them out
Lyons. Melrose with her husband, Includes Set caitar, camber toe In to gY.P1 /-y .Economical:Operates for pennies a day.
The Mexican children are carefully Gainesville architect, Sam Evans. manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension Replace pads or shoes; resurface drams KILLERS Safe: No "harmful sprays or chemicals" to damage the en-
matched with their U.S. counter- Their sprawling tastefully 'a i & steering system. For most American or rotors; pack bearings; dose a adjust; j vironment. The" bug-killing grid Is fully shielded" to protect
part according to sex, age and in- decorated home is but a stones cars. Front wheel drive vehicles and road-test most American cars. Metallc j: : people and pets.
terests,explained Ms. Lyons.Should throw from Swan Lake. An attractive : Clwvattes extra.Parts extra. parts extra when required. :; :; \ Efficient: Bugs fly in they don't fly out
any major problems develop during screened porch skirts the house 10.95 '39.95REAR
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the three week visit, Ms. Lyons will offering a scenic view. BK-3050 Model 2025. .
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be available to provide her help as Sandy and Sam have two children, WHEEL ALIGNMENT *14.95CORBETTS Model No. 1015 Covers "V Acre
Ryan and Becky, both nine-years- Covers Vt
be needed.If .,I acre. Reg 79" .
may Reg. 99 99
old. The children attend school at
be interestedin
think
you you may TIRES & SERVICE '
participating in Foreign Friendship Faith Christian Academy in << : t 3999 54"

you may contact Sandy Lyonsat Melrose. -., US 301 Temple Ave. 964.6436 Only
her Melrose home, 475.1082. Ms. Sandy and Sam know all about "" Financing (Fornieriy Slarte Firestone) ,
their hearts and home to
advises that due to the opening
Lyons paper Model "#' 3050 Model #-1080
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and children of foreign lands. That is -
work involved correspondence
Covers 1 Atre Covers '% Acre
necessary between the U.S. and Reg. 129.99 Reg. 159.99
Mexico, if you have a desire to serveas
a host family for one of these 69" r 89" .
children, it would be wise to contact .
her immediately as the children will
be arriving July 9. GET SHAPE
Foreign Friendship also offers the WEED-EATER ELECTRIC

opportunity for a total exchange pro- INTO
gram. The total exchange program
works like this: Mexican and U.S. POWER BLOWER
THE SUMMER!
children are carefully matched for FOR ,
the most suitable exchange. The 100 mph velocity

U.S.Mexico children City where are they chaperoned meet their to During July you have UNLIMITED attendance at all of our exercise classesfor Lightweight with excellent Reg.Model 59"No.2500

balance
only $25.
-Subject to Sellout.
Cleans and sweeps

Surplus Distribution Commodity AEROBICS CLASSES 8:30: 9:30: a.m. Monday, Wednesdays Friday debris with ease Only I

1yr. limited warranty .
Starts July. 11 AQUASIZE CLASSES 10.00; 11:00: a.m. Monday Wednesday & Friday : 3 99 9

Surplus: commodities for July will 6.00; 7:00: p.m. Tuesday & Thursday
be distributed on the following
schedule: SUMNASTICS CLASSES 10.00: 11:00: a.m. Tuesday & Thursday POULAN SAW SALEModel
Thursday, July 11RJE school 5:15.: 6:00: p.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday
building, 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., for 2000
over 60 and handicapped only.
July 12-RJE school 9 a.m.to 1:30: STRETCH & FLEX CLASSES 830: 9:15: a.m. Tuesday & Thursday; with 12" Bar& Chain

p.m.Monday, July 15Lawtey recea- All classes begin July 8&July 9.Classes may be cancelled if fewer than 10 people. register.Registrationfees Plus a 16" Bar & Chain

tion center, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. are non-refundable after classes begin.BABYSITTING Reg. 219"

July 16- Hampton City Hall, 10 AVAILABLE FOR EACH CLASS. t
a.m. to 3 p.m. Sale

Grove July Church 17Speedville, 10 a.m. to, 1:30 Pleasant: p.m. For more Information, call the BH Center for Health and Fitness at 964-4210 .

July 17-Brooker City Hall, 10 a.m. .. ; .,; I 59 95

to 1:30: p.m.Clients _.t .
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must bring USDA Com-
modity Card and identification.
Please bring bag or box. Reg. 34" Carrying Case

With Saw Purchase..ONLY: 1999
BH Center for Health and Fitness if'.;
Results from Bradford RopIng '
922 East Call Street \

Club Jackpot Barrell! Starke, FL 32091 IMC* :.

Race for May 25. BH Center for Health and (904)) 9644210 r PORTABLE
Riders FltnMa it a member of :,4
Novice Cloverleaf 29 Angie
Santa Fe Healthcare SyMeim. r
Nettles-19.079, $50.75; Marie Inc.a. Florida not(Of.profit r \.,- r : '
Williams-19.361, $34.80; Nicki healthcare corporation i ,l ) GENERATOR :: '
Thomas19.642, $27.55; Carla I:1; : -
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Carline-19.854, $18.85Tonya;
Model No.13000 S'

Carter-19.888, $13.05. ; Added 3S 3000 Witt.Rag. ,HAw
Super Cloverleaf 1500 1 84995
Riders Sabra 0 QuinnOcala19.233 I 999" Sale
$353.80; Barabara Parnell- \
$292.00Lori
Middleburg-19.262
Queen-Leesburg-10.271, $231.80; "2I .
Kim Gnffis-Starke-19.392, $170.80; I 'j.f- '- Only I 38 a month to Qualified Buyers ,
Nettles-Callahan-19.445,
Angie$109.80; Nicki Thomas-High, IIi "'- High performance 4-cycle engine with electronic Ignition, for easy

Springs-19.465 $61.00.Super /i starting-has"low' air warning light and automatic voltage. regulator.
Poles $100 Added Jamie ./T very quiet.
Morrell-20.744, 76.00; Robin '-UI '
Savings on other sizes availablePige4'
Morton-20.785, $57.00; Kim
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YARD SALE Friday the 5th on 225 across fifth LADY wanted to teach mature -
3 lA. 1'/ BATH HOMIi Saratoga Hts., from Richard Carter's T.V. shop. Little CAMPER 1978: 35' wheel American lady to drive; fee negotiable 964.6902
Traveler with 20 ft. self-
corn.r lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Alr. bit of everything. Mat.lln. Roberts. awning, fully (Sit STOCK CLERK Immediate full time
contained Call
price 5332411.
Phon.964.8652.3/21 tf n 7/4 neg. available thru Fri.
llpdFRIDAY petition Monday
3 BR. MUST SILL Central air and heat. AND SATURDAYl ((5th & 6th) after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn day, clerical and medical supply experience t,
ROLLS OF HAYi Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur
Enclosed garag., low maintenance, West 100 behind Pin. Level Baptist required. Contact Personnel crt C r F
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Gasklns, 782.3727 after 5 5/16 ,
celling fans, nice neighborhood closeto Church. T.V., house-hold articles, doll BRADFORD p.m. Lake Butler Hotptal Hand Surgery 1 js-jW *
LIMEROCK r
Southslde Elem. $39,900, 964.5952 or collection and what-nots. 7/.. Itpd SALES Center P.O. Box 748 Lake Butler

964.6915.18 tfn. HAMPTON VILLAi Fri.. Sot., and Sun.,. Llmerock ft Fill Dirt Florida 32054 904-496-2323 t REALTYL&
ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3/BR, July 5,6.7. SR-325 furniture and misc.Items 20 yd. semi-loads only 904-375-1236 Equal Opportunity v; W, ,
IVt/BA. Flr.plac., carport screened 10 till 6. 7/" Itpd Employer 7/4 Itchg ( I
porch 3/4 mil. west of Highway 301. YARD SALE! 560 W. Weldon St. Near Vo- Phone 712.3172 5/23tfchg sale R.N., NURSING ASSISTANT O.R. TECH.Ifull **! ..
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for ofDoublewlde .
after 6:00.5/9 tfn PHONE 964-7776 rn
$95,000.468.1576 Tech. Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m rurniture, located and part-time positions available.
Home Center
601 S.WATER STREETS By own.r, 2 BR CB cloth..* nlr. '!.,,!. carport If raining. Excellent benefits. Experienced re CECELIA
: 11/flfltfn North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not lERwiiLiGAR :2(05 N. Temple, Starke'TODAY
home. 1-468-1371
Butler
Contact Personnel! Lake
GIGANTIC YARD SALE 4 family;cloth., quired.
HOUSE FOR SALE 2 BR, 1 BA Hwy 18 men and wom.n (misses ft Jr.) Girls FOR trailer SALE furniture: Store) 6/13 bought tfnchg furniture for Hasp. Hand Surgery Center, P.O. Box AND ALWAYS, MAN:' GOD BESTOW HIS LOVE ON YOU. THE

between 301 and Hampton ow20'.6/27, days ((7....). mist Items. Approxlmat.ly 5 sale at Olin. Home Center located on 743 Lake Butler, Florida, 32054. FRIENDSHIP OF THOSE WE ,:t'RVE IS THE FOUNDATION OF OUR PRO I

3 964.6848..v.s BA 2 BAt Call 533-2474!V13-2891. after 6 p.m. 7/4 mil. north of Starke on 301 across Highway 100 West This Is not trailer 904-496-2323 904.375.1236 Equal Op- GRESS.
tfn from Carrldlnes. Friday and Saturday furniture 6/13 tfnchg portunity Employer 7/4 Itchg IPIEW LISTINGS I

FOR SALEi 13 acres, mobile home. July 5 and 6. 7/.. Itchg FLASHING ARROW SIGN For sale or HELP WANTED Application.being taken ee.
shed and old house$42,500.00 YARD SALE Baby Items, clothes, mist rent 3150mo. Norton. Barn Sale. 301 for full lime employment. Location for .230A ATTRACTIVE WHITE BRICK COMPLETELY RENOVATED CH&A MAKE +
garage Fri. ft Sat. July 5 and 6, 82. Rain. Stark. and Keystone Stores. Small I
964.8757 after 6. 7/4 Itchg 5, of Stark. 964.6509 6/1371. 4tchg [AN OFFER!
cancel) Corn.r N.E. 16th St. and engine and store clerks. Keystone
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U N.E.6th CONTEMPORARY 3 PIECI SECTIONAL! 473-4006. Stark. 964-4642. 7/.. Itchg 1019 E. CALL ST. .3 BR FRAME HOME WITH FIREPLACE, SCREENED PORCH| a'
Repair). Also d.llnqu.nt tax prop.rty. Av. Country Club. 1/" Itchg brown $300.00 Call 964..803714 Itpd MAID WANTED Full & part-time. Apply PLUS A NICE EXTRA LOT ON ItD. 230. ::s
YARD SALE Frl and
Call 1.805.687.6000 Ext. GH-5504 for In mil. off 301. Clothes Sat. Lawtey, furniture 225W 1, FOR SALE Weight bench and weights Desert Isle Motel, Lawtey N. 301 7/.. OFF BAYLESS HWY MB HOME ON 5 ACRES-3BR 2BA-t4'X2S'WORKSHOP-I .
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formation. 5/30-7/25 Btchg $50; stereo and speakers -$50; Basset HELP WANTED The City at Starke
HOME FOR SALE 3/1 on beautiful wooded freeier, refrlg. house-hold Items, double bed and dolly -$"0; bedside Recreation Dept. Is now accepting applications $24,900
much more. 7/4 Itnrf MARKETRD. NEAT 3BR IBA "CUT STONE" HOMI S
lot |just outtlde town. Carport, central tables $25.00 ea. Professional size for Maintenance Supervisorof
heat/AC. Wood.tov., nearly n.w. CARS & TRUCKS foosball table 20. 964.8757 after 6 Ball Fields must be 18 years of age. 214 W. MIMOSA (OFF BESSIEHT' RD.) BRICK 2 lA, 2 BA. VERY NICE. 61000.| : I

$38,000964.5997 6/13 tfn p.m.. 7/4 Itchg ... Apply at City Hall Merrell D... Office. SARATOGA HEIGHTS $35.0130.' IR, 2 BA. LARGE FAMILY ROOM.
3BR/2BA C/HAi Fireplace, telling fans, 78 CHEV MONTE-CARLO Low mileage. HELP WANTED The City of Starke :d
j In TRAILERS, TRAILERS TRAILERS. S'x8'utility BUTLER TERRACE BR. 2 BA. 1.96 Ac. IN CITY $4..400.
Ig. screen porch app. 6 acres city PS, PB, A/C. Excellent Condition. Recreation Dept. Is now accepting applications -
limits near EI.m. School 964-5876, Must sell. Call 473-2703 alter 5. 6/27 $1.700 trailer 16' utility$650 trailer; 16' $970 dozer 16'Iawn trailer, for Secretary. Must be 18 BROOKER 1410 SQ. FT. 3 III!. 2 IA. LIVING ROOM, SELLING PRICE $45,000| n

76000.00 6/27 7/04 2tpd Itchg. trailer; $1,125 10' lawn single; axle with some knowledge of typing and HERE'S YOUR ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY Wl ARE PROUD TO PRESENT x'

APTS FOR SALE 2 unlts/2 story building CATALINA PONTIAC 4-door, 443 W. Call trailer $878; 16'; car hauler, $1,150; 6 bookeeplng. Apply at City Hall, Merrell A PLACE TO LIVE FOR.1 HE BEST OF YOUR LIfE-CHARMING CONTEM, :
I with fireplace on Washington St. Double St., Mrs C. A. Knight.7/4 ft. ramps, $100. Olln's Mobile Home D..a otfjce. 7/4" Itchg PORARY, BRICK HOME IN A BEAUT. GARDEN SETTING AT THE COUNTRY] :':1
lot. N.xt to Starke Elem. 964.5876 JEEPS II. It Tru. You Can Buy Jeeps for Center Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. CLUB. FOUR BDR.. TWO BA, FORMAL LIVING ROOM ft DINING ROOM,I :!=' I'
6/27 7/04 2tpd $44 through the U.S. Government Get ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 per month. fiREPLACE CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, SPACIOUS EAT-IN KITCHEN, FAMILY) :';".
BY OWNER 560 Glendale St., Brick the facts today! Call 13127421142. i No down payment. Call 964.6946.04 AUCTIONCabinet ROOM-NUMEROUS AMENITIES! .. $120,000 WITH $59.000 ASSUM. MTG. ,'/ % | ;.':%
C/HA. Fireplace, formal LR,
3BR/2BA, Ext. 609. 6/27 4tpd. 8/8. tin INTEREST! _

,. formal larg. DR. breakfast room. room 964-5468 kitchen 6/13, LASABRE power steering, brakes windows all. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. Shop Equipment, .YOU'ASKED FOR ITI KINGSLEY LAKE MAIN HOUSE, SECOND HOME FOR] :, 4,
game AC 82,000 mil., good over
HOME FOR SALE 3-BR 1/2-BA, CH/A cond. $500. 964-5952: and 6913.4,81tfn.BRICK tin$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946.4/04 Commercial Real Estate RENTAL OR FAMILY LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT.), 2-CAR GARAGE,\ ;--i '
mil. from HUGE STORAGE ROOM, BOA1'HOUSE, DOCK COMPLETELY FENCED, =
1 acre, $5000.00. 6 1/2 SKYHAWKi 1978, Price $1500.00. U-PICKi $5.00 Bu Beans. Peas, Corn,
prison. Owner will hold mortgage.. 1978 Ford LTD $1900.00. Call 964-4756 Okra 468-2015 7/4 13 Building Lots INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IM THE CITY LIMITS 2 HOUSES, 3 DUPLEXES, 11
OA4.49IA fe/SOtfnehg_ after 5:30: 5/30 tfn 24 HENSi Mixed breed and 2 roosters. APART. HOUSE GOOD ASS!JIM. MORTGAGES OWNER WILL TAKE SECOND I :=,

MOBILE HOMES 1971 GMC VANtl/2 ton $2500 964-7423 Make offer. 964.8609 7/4 7/11 2tchg Saturday, July 13 [MORTGAGES FOR GOOD CLUE NT ::=0

110 FORD VANi 1/2 ton $3000 Call USED LIVING ROOM FURNITURE 2 '.If YOUR FAMILY COMES FIRST OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE L$
FOR SALE 964-7423 Teal Tile & Carpet 6/6 tfn couches and 3 chairs $25.00 each or 10:00: a.m. BEAUTIFUL 4 BR 3 B HOME APPROX 2650 SQ. FT. 2 CH*A UNITS FIREPLACE I g..
FORD CAR FOR PARTS: 429 engine C6 best offer 1123 Neil Ct., behind MANY OTHER AMENITIES $74,900. FLEXIBLE FINANCING. 3
transmission, 15" tires, good r.ar end. Madison Street Baptist Church. 7/4 Walker's Cabinet Shop
SKYLINE HOMI CENTER Hwy. 301 N. Gory 964.85696/13 tfn [.12 ACRES ft LARGE FARM HOUSE. 85000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL. BARN, .

Stark. Come see Ray Gouln form.rly 13 CUTLASS CIERRA take over 5 Itpd CUBIC FREEZER: Good condition Hwy 21 N. Keystone Heights WORKSHOP, 31'.42' POLE BAIIN, FENCED/CROSSFENCED. VARIETY OF FRUIT I ;-
of Lak. Chevy-Oldt, for the bargains. payments. Excel Cond. Call Gary 964-44597/4 1 Itpd After 20 years In this area as the REESI PEAR PEACH FIG AMI GRAPE. :t:

W. .....buy,.. and move. used tfn homes. 9604.85696/13 tfn HOME LITE SUPER SIXTY BOW CHAIN most successful cabinet and .907 CYPRESS STREET-3 BR, I'/ BA. STUCCO 6 YRS. OLD. $43.000. ASSUM. I .
964. 964.778.26
MOBILE HOME or FOR SALE! 12 x 65 mobile 19S4 RED FIEROi 4 speed. 8,000 mil... SAW $150.00 964-6563 77111 2tchg cypress clock manufacturer Jim [MTG. $29.500 MO. PAY. $30..23.10'1., %. ENERGY EFFICIENT. :! .
Fully Loaded w/sun-roof. Excel. Cond. FOR SALE Baby crib changing table, Walker Is retiring and said to sell STUNNING | : '
home 2 br, 3Vi ton c.ntral Heat/air, CONNERLY ESTATES CEDAR ft BRICK APPROX. 2295 SQ. FT. '
431-1253 6/20 tfn mist items, N.W. 54th' Ave. Storke. 7th to the highest bidder. STONE BEAMED CEILINGS., SCRND :::1
looks Ilk. brand n_. $6,000964-7312. ft TRUCKS Under everything fiREPLACE BACK PORCH W/WET BAR.
GOVT SURPLUS CARS house on right. Items on car ort. 7/4
FOR SALE Several br Mobil. Homes in $100. Now available In your area. Call Saws, sanders, compressors Power Line CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS AD DRESS TO THIS NEW DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEX I
good to .xc. cond. $2700-4500 each 1-619-565-1522" hrs. 6/20 3tpd 7/4 and Simco nailers and staplers, rowders, OF DISTINCTION. HWY 301 S. $425 MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH. ;:=l t
:
Some with A.C. Pin. M.H. Park and hand tools, plywood,
hundreds of
power
1976 TOYOTA CELICAi Great shape DIRT .906 W. PRATT ST.-LOVELY Bill' CK 3 BR/2 BA ON TWO LOTS.YOUR BEST MOVE | fa '
96.2366.25' tfnchg. 68,000 ml. 25 mpg $1.400. 9644910. FILL nails, staples, glue, plastics, two construction
WILL BE TO THIS HOME.
15 USED MOBILE HOMES Mak.offer
on 1910 FORD PINTO PONY: Good condition. trailers, two utility trailers, two utility :?
on. or all. Olin' Mobil. Home Sales. : AM/FM Cassette. Wife's car. Elwood Padgett buildings,box van, boat w/motor and trailer EXCELLENT LOCATION-SOUTIHGATE AREA 3 BR/2 BA, CH. NEW ROOF, 9% \ M t.

'." 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg 782.3058 7/" Itpd and much,much more .i ., ASSUM. MTG. :rr .
MOBILE HOMI AND I ACRE $13.500,00 t t' mO HAT SPYDEK 2000 Convertible- 5 468-1455 :._ ::see' REAL EStftTE.to: ,Hll x. 'IIAINI.FARM.. -4, AC.. ENC. W/PRIVACY FENCE CROSSFENCED, BARN I ::'= .
sail down paym.nt'own.r will. hold *..
i mortgage. 964-4236. 6/20 Hncho speed AM/FM-Ca..tte. 485-1516' ," '200ft.: on 21 N. 3 WV2 BA'hbffW a GREENHOUSE, ALL OF THIS VfBEAUTIFUL: BRICK HOME 3 BR/2 BA CH, 5 CEILING I
after 6 p.m. 7/4 ItpdMOTORCYCLES FANS, CLOSE TO CITY. PRICED! TO SELL. .
CUSTOM DECK & BACKYARD or dlsplar'stOTfi"3000 ft.
sq. shaft ,
LAND FOR SALE BROOKER-BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS AC. ONLY 5 YRS. OLD. 3 BR/2 { I g
Outdoor Wood Furniture area. This complex Is
completely
BA.$55,000 W/ASSUM. MTO. OF APPROX. $36,000 AT 11%%. $396 MO. =:.;
.Wood Decks Woocl Play Sets fenced.
ONI ACRI LOT facing Forsythe Road no 301 MOTEL-OWNER FINANCED. 16 RMS. FURN. W/SPACIOUS LIVING 1 .:
down payment $75 p.r mo. Call 1977 HONDA MOPED: $100.00 964-8972 Quality,' Craftsmanship ALSO: QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO!

9645606. 10/4 tfn At Reasonable Prices 13 Building Lots on Woodland HANDSOME BRICK ft CEDAR HOME ft 37Vi AC.-4 lA, 2% BA. FIREPLACE & [ E; .
LOTS ft ACREAGE 20 p.rc.nt down UNION COUNTY 496.3422 Drive Keystone Heights. BARN. GOOD FOR KIDS ft O'fHER. GROWING THINGS.f:
balanc. In five financing by
9646853.years 12/13 tfn. WANT ADS e For more Information or a pictured BRICK 4 BR/2 BA-1 AC. SEWING KM. COULD BE 5TH BR, FIREPLACE DBL. | ::._3

ACRI owners.LOTS Pleasant Grov. Settlement. Steve Broadway brochure,contact GARAGE, 2 UTIl. ROOMS. CIHIA. ::
AEROBIC DANCE: Lake Butler evening
3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call class Union Co. High, Thurs. 7:30 TREE SERVICE CAMPBELL'S LOTS: BESSENT RD,5 OAKS..CONNERLY ESTATES. HAMPTON OAKS,CROSBY j ::,
9645606. 1/03 tfn Room 1368. For Information call LAKE, SAMPSON LAKE SOU frlGATE, KINGSLEY LK. VILL. >:.:

ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY 964.5078 or 496-2045 6/27 7/4 2tpd Removal AUCTION SERVICE .34.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD.. OWNER FINANCING. :E
ROAD $3,000 no down payment, $70
LAND FOR SALE 24 ACRES CLEARED On ;#
COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES. ::
mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Trimming
p.r SR231 2 1/2 miles South of Lake Butler 473-7028
." 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) After 6 p.m. 431-1584 7/4 7/1 2tchg Stump lU'moxal LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3'/t ACRES. gJ

3500. no down payment, $70 per mo. Firewood .4 3/4 ACRES $12.000 RD 2304V ft WILSON RD A GOOD BUY. ik =;
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn
PROPERTY
LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after COMMERCIAL Free I Kstimutu. RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 I ONII ACRE 1500 SQ FT. ::

5, call 964.5251.3/07 tfn RENTLEASEFOR 473.4732 Janet M. .$21.500 SINGLE WIDE-FAM IIM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4 A. 7 g

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and is 832 W. CYPRESS ST.2BR 2B d'WNER MUST SELL. :=:L:

dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile SALE OR LEASE IN STARKE Two. After 5 P.M. & StarlingRealtor 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S., (EXCELLENT TERMS. :!::
home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea.
w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand Call story ft building Thompson 7500 St.sq, needs ft on corner remodel of Keystone Heights >> INVEST NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S.y

fishing. Owner (V04)) 236-4579: or ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849.MISCELLANEOUS Licensed _& Insured .11 ACRESWell, septic tank< BRICK HOME RD 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 x 300 $49.000 + .

629.9649.6/13 12tchg 8/29 pond/open air barn. $33,500 * * I:
LAND FOR SALES Six lots 1-2/3 ocr. p.r :*
5 ACRES $12,500 10 ACRES oo EVENINGS
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lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For- $25,000. < LAVERN OUTLAW'...5471 BILL DODD'...740.] ff '
Rd. No down $75 mth.
money ....87 ACRES Well, septic tank. 17x3 JOHN GREENS 533-2121 IRVING CLARK JR. 964-71881 ::'
Call 96 .5606 6/6 tfnchg FREE PUPPIES: To good home. Chow-pit-
WOODLAND ACRESi 1/2 acre lot locatedat coal black. 782-3344 6/27 tfn FLORILANDREALTY Tolmon pool, fenced/crois-fenced OMMY CHASTAIN '.....319 NOVIS WARD'''-7454} Tr":

Woodland Acres Stark. Has well. KITTENS A good home for 2 just weaned 25000. < YN?DOUGLAS 964-6S93 DAVU3 I ;:.

septic tank and light pole. 7500 selling kittens, I-gray S whit., 1 black & .4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. < I 'vs
price 500 down 7500month. Call white. Please call 964.7669 if In. .5 Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. '*************** A..*** fr********************
964.5606 6/13 tfhchg terested. 7/3 teho 964-7700 I .,12 ACRE: Old home-Beautiful Oak'/: .. .4 TAKE OVER PAYMENTS .;.
LAND FOR SAUl 100 feet on water plus 393 N. Temple Ave. $32.500.
< J :
: NO MONEY DOWN 1985 New 14x70 3 BR/2 BA
dock on Crosby Lak. Terms or Cash. FOR SALE Verne P. OdomBrakerGRI OLD BUILDING: in Lawtey $8500.00 ..
964-4236 6/20 tfnchg LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE < 1985 14 Wide 2 BR. 4 Wood siding, fireplace ,'stereo fur "

IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Cleared lot, SIMCO used RIDING few times SADDLE, asking Excel$225.) Condit.Call SERVICE STATION $40,000 < ::Wood siding carpeting, throughout Jnished, drapes and carpe : .; -

ready to build, 80 X 125, no poles or 964-6305 ask for Montez. 6/20 tfn 1\\ .50 Ac. 550.000. *and much more. No Money Down tot throughout, frost-free garden tub No .
septic tank needed access to lake. PIANO FOR SALE Wanted r..pon.lbleparty LAND FOR SALE 3BR 2BA Beaus Land Scaped Lot.< >qualified buyer Take over payments $ money down to qualified buyer, Take .
Beach Club house prlviledge. 3000. to assume small monthly .42 Acres Rd. frontage.; 2 sides. $39.500 7B2.3931 < *of'159" per month. Z J over payments' of'222" per month ;;
Call evenings. 964-7521: or 264-8307 ((90") Call Mr. Ford
on spinet/console 38 Acres Rd. frontage. 2 sides. Call Mr. Ford )
S ACRES Rd 221, w.uand payments piano P.O. Drawer M <
near Hampton
Can be Write Include .101 Acres Good woods. .i 1-473-7237 .
septic tank. 468.2381 7/37111 ?'...t seen locally. : ( Ph. hunting 301 S. Lawtey I. 1.473.7237 :
number) Credit Manager P.O. Box Trailer Lot Owner financing. ..............I1r.. ""A................. k'7
WANTED 520, Beckemeyer, II. 62219 6/20 3tchg .Country Home Excellent condition. 853ii
COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Stark. Owner financing.

Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212 Commercial Bldg. Priced to ...11.Own.r .
WANTED Call Halrplanes Hairstyling 964-4645 or Barber's 6/6 tfn Chair QUAIL and quail eggs for sale 782-3942 will hold mortgage.Desired j MOTORCYCLEBrake Pads iack Crl1urtmku! : l & Azuvcttitti f, )l1C. )
14X22' .
WANTED Rid. to Gainesville 8.5, ADD A ROOM 3.000/lnstalle.d Area 3 BR/1!. BA. Assume .

Mon.-Frl. Call 9648775. 6/27/7/4 3,500 dealer 904-964-5606 6/27 ttnch|R mortgage. Parts $ RealtyBud. !! 473-70&Q i))
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WORK WANTED Light hauling HAY Alicia or Argentina Round and ft 14.50"'rS.1 .
mechanics welding service Square Bales 964-8942.' 964-5088 7/4 Labor Bradford (t( t
light prompt Large( variety of Lots .& Acreage In the hill region of
most reasonable prices. Call 7/25 4tpd "
964.5956 Ask for Don. 7/4 7/25 4tchg BABY FERRETS $30 each. Call 964-5855. 1399-3 BR, 1 ba., (block) corner lot SPECIAL: pawed ))j
.. fenced, In town. Central heat, ((2);) I i!!

wall unit air cond. Nice shade trees Oil Change from $ 950oo. Central to,: Gainesville Jacksonville Palatka and i:))

Roberts Real Estate $39.900. W/Filter Starke: \ I':._ .
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4402-1 BR. 1 BA In Raiford. Neat,
.J";';"' 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL clean needs finish work In kitchen. Filter & Labor !t)

964-6262 Nice lot. $12.500. $300 Beautiful f Golf Course Lots
*395--2 BR, 1 BA home In Whispering OH Extra

Pines. Workshop garden, fruit tr... Priced from
: $10,950 it
.IN TOWN 4 bedrooms, 2 baths Block Home on large city and berries 30500.
r
lot. Has central heat & air single carport swimming pool. 1398-20 Ac. 4 BR, 2 BA home. Large Full Face
oaks. Pasture, mobile home hookup.
5780000. MatorcyclHelmets It '
Ii-
63000.
COMMERCIAL Prime business location on U.S. 301 with f 403--(2)( ) One Acre water acc.sslot& -

',. 589 plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 square foot (Big Tree Lakes). $11,500 each Carpet (Any $ 95 Scotchgardbl'i

building. Call for details. Owner terms. a 14 Is ;

.40 ACRE FARM House with central heat & air, 15 acres InIf' /385--Brick 3 BR, 2 BA with poolhorse From Cleaning I }1& allj!) Available I rc:
barn wa.hdown.
pecan grove, various barns and outbuildings.- All in good hayloft w/tack barn. IS room ac. Many extras -29" Cleaning & Dye Co.

condition. See this one today. to see. Terms. $139,000. PROFESSIONAL !

.6 PLUS ACRES ON US 301 Excellent corner lot with many. FOR RENT: i / SERVICES OFFERED I
STARKECYCLES
.2 BR Mobile Hare&.2JULbame-. \
,, possibilities. $27,900.00. remodeled home with- 4 '7-- -- 13sN.TempleAveS5erkeP132091 Wa specialize In cleaning aricl re-dyeing of wiD to wan carpet furniture clean- .!,

":. BROWNLEE ROAD 'r Newly Ing and Inside auto detailing j We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality V

e/t .' bedrooms, 2 baths.. Fireplace, central air. A good buy at STROUTREALTY work at low low prices. Cab| lOW to make an appointment,

4250000. Senior Citizen Discount Charge Free Advice e
COMPLETE APPRAISAL SERVICE U.S. 301 South 964-4997

George W. Roberts. Jr. Broker 1NC00000IAfl P!"! '. 964-6020 Calf Call I

Terry A. Gaines,'CSM. Salesman .. I Check Tallow '"IIJ In local ph.1II| book M Work Buanalttd
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July 4, 1985 I
HELP WANTED FOR' RENT JI' eystone Heights -

I. 'I I
GOVERNMENT MOBILI HOME, SPACES for rent In -. .
JOBS '
:
$> $.ooo ,Subscrlb.l'odayl I I
lawtey. '
5O.000lyr .. .. All occupation. 0..1'11.1. Motel North 301. FOR RENT FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES
'I
NORTH CAROLINA VACATION LAKE REGION MONITOR
Call i.O5.687.6000EXT. R-5504to find CHAIN y; .
out how. US-441 between Sylvia Cherolkke,. 473-2210 I
HEIGHTS
5/30-7/25(8/1)( ) KEYSTONE S HALLOW AND DEEP :
N.C. (Heart ml the Smokies WELL PUMPS PVC MOBIL HOMI lake '
t' FULL TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE. ) Neon REALTY and Geneva. 84' on t
Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and fishing, hiklnf,- Blue Ridge Parkway, Rental Property Available pipes Bryan Ace Hardware fittings. Water softener water, 340' deep. $2,000 down, $313 a Keystone Hgfs. '
.
Ow.n, tnc R.altor 221 W. Layfay. mining. New :2-br Cablns-Furn Sunset 1 .1. 2 BA Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished.No 473.4006 5/24 Keystone Hots. month 12". Total price 31900. 473-22JO f
St. 964.5065 714 fin Farm Rd. Cabl)its Rt. 1 Box 216-C Whiter pet. $400 per month. MUST SACRIFICE tfnchg Hammond 5000 series Call 473-W5S after 8 p.mT
ATTENTION RESTAURANT MANACI. NC 28789 ,,1-704-497-2200 7/4 8/82 2 BR.2 BA-Gator bone lake. Completely organ with double keyboard base ,
MENT month and $400 Union County AdsCARS ....
PROFESSIONALS furnlihed.
Wendy's Inl.r- PERSONAL\ SERVICES $400 per pedals and rhythm section, $795. Call
national I Is .
security depoilt.OFFICI
experiencing 473.2210
enormous weekdays or 473-4648 .
growth In th. Bradford Co. Palatka SPACI At Keystone Center. -
weekends for appointment to see. tfn & TRUCKS
and Orange Pork arms W. or. seekIng THI PERSONAIl TOUCH Professional $200 per month and $200 security 2!: ATC 3 WHEELERS On. Frlgldalre, REAL ESTATE

qualified management, to staff our cleaning for y our home or office. Half depoilt. upright freezer. 4737047. Itchg 7/4 17 Cadillac $350. 505 S. OUT OF AREA
restaurants In Stark., Palatka and day all day Orange Park Candida.* should b. Information 7/4 Itpd. By week or month. Old fashioned cook stove, $50: 17" 1tpd7/3
employed In the touront management CLIFF'S IMPAIRS: 24 hr. rood ser LAKI BROOKLYN 3BR, 1 BA. unfurnl.h- chain saw, $60. 4751138. Itchg 7/4 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
or r.lat.d.xp.rl.nc.. W. offer: vice. Spec In Cummins Mac ed $275 per month.KEYSTONE INIQUE BUNK BEDS with built In HOMES FOR SALE ? III I don't have It, I'll find It. Just
competitive starting salaries from Detrolt..473-ri43.' 6/27 tfn. HEIGHTS REALTY dresser drawers, perfect for child's ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
13.400 to $18,100 Licensed Real Estate Broker,473-491 496.2126 or 496-2903 .v... "YOUR
SEWING
Group health, den- MACHINES: REPAIRED All small room. Maple wood, mattresseslike Government Homes from
$1 (U .
tol, and life Ins. 5 day work w..k, makes clean*id. oiled and adjusted FOR RENT OR SALE On Lake Geneva. new $200. Call 473.2691 Itpd 7/4 Also delinquent tax repair Call) UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn 8/04
company paid profit sharing and stock $15. Used serving machines for sale. 2BR furnished., No pets If rental. 1 9 FOOT FABUGLAS fiberglass boat. 8056876000. Ext. GH-1136 property.for Infor
owner hlp. For Prompt Confld.ntlal James Strickland. corner Morgan Rd. 473.2455.7/04 tfnchg Two 40 h.p. motors. Complete canvas mation. 7/4 8tpd 823MOBILE FOR SALE
Consideration Call or S.nd Resume to and Hwy. 16 S 964.8733.1/03 tfn OFFICE SPACE Available on Hwy 21. top. Trailer Included, $1,200. Phone
Nancy Starke. Wendy International CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed Freeestimates. $100 per office. 473.3360, 9.5, 475.1468 473-4169 Itpd 714PERSONAL
7761 Bay Berry Rd.. Jax. 32216, Handy-Man Fence Co. after hour 4tchg 6/13.7/4 HOMESFor WANTED Responsible person to assume
904-739-28O3: fOE (WENDYS) 7/4 Had: Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.329 ROOMMATE needed to shore beautiful SERVICES small monthly payments on
HELP WANTED N.w temporary andper- fin home In Keystone. Own bedroom and Sole spinet/console piano. Can be seen
by Near
owner school
high and
manent service In town. Apply 218 WAIT TO DRINK bathroom. $150 a month plus half alectrie. middle school. Call locally. Write: (Include phone number)
South Walnut Street, after July 1. Ph THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 473-7742. 2tchg 7/4.7/11 I CARPENTER WORK! Remodeling work 7/18 496.2834.6/27 4tpd Credit Manager, P.O. Box 520,
964.7777 for Appt. kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Beckemeyer, IL 62219. 6/20 3tchg 7/4
WANT TO STOPtTlfA 112 14'xSf
2
bedroom
MOBILE HOME SALESMAN WANTED WANTEDf3Responsible Reasonable prices. Call 473.4018 after I bath wood Poultry Houses by the foot or section Includes .
T'S OURS
Write 5:30: 1/5 tfnchg siding shingle roof 3 ton A/C unit framing, and 18
P.O. Box 3291awt.y, Fla. 7/4 tfn Alcohcitlcs Annnynwus p.m. post gauge
HELP WANTED Sales secretary taklnq 74-4ialhrP6619Mf61.634 party to assume small I CARPET AND VINYl Repairs and Installations. floor refrigerator plan. No, stove down, dishwasher split galvanized tin. 18' long and 30" wide,

era _f >.,.dn applications and sales p.thru III' monthly payments on spinetconsolepiano. Free estimates. Ten years loan end from payment assume price negotiable. 4963465. ltchg7/3
person. Paid by hourly rate and com GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, window., Can be seen locally. Write: (Include experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for 4fe-320: remove. 7/4 property 7/11 call Fertilizer Spreader holds 200 bushels
2tpd
mission. Writ. to Drow.r 280, Starke, etc JACKSON BUILDING phone number) Credit Manager, Craig. 5/17 tfnchg works off of PTO, good condition. $800.
Fl. 32091. Will hire within next w.... 9646078. Orders also tak.n SUPPLY In lake P. O. Box 520, Beckemeyer, IL 62219.I I HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs 496.:: .65. 1tchg7/3
:3tcho 6/20-7/4 mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs.No FOR RENT
Butler 496.3079 and '
Keystone Heights,
FOR RENT
lob too small. Minor plumbing INSURANCEMAINES
473.4973.2/2i5 tfn
LAND FOR SALE repairs. Cleaning service. Light haulIng .
BABYSITTING I N MY HOME: Infants and TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
.
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK toddlers up t a 5 years of age receive LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake $13.500.Own.r FURNITURE Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. RENT Union CountyTimes, 150 INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.
AND
Mobil Homes and spaces for rent. excellent cat... Weekdays, 77. Call ANTIQUE rellnlshlng. Main Street lake Butler. Phone Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978.
will finance. month.
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone 473.7864.4/04 tfn $164 per Hand rubbed oil finishes., Call Jac 496.2261 for Information, tfn Complete Insurance Service, fin
964.7498.9/16 fin LAWN MOWING: Lg/Smalilawn.. Ball 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 4732521. tfnchg 124CARMICHAEL'S _____
RETAIL STORE ON CALl STREET! Will fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861 LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto / PAINTNG Interior, ex- HELP WANTED
move on. Power, well, septic and tenor NOTICE
references. Call 473.7517 3/14
and remodel .
design to suit your needs. anytime 4/25 lif nchg fence $6,499. 392-0985 or 4733024.
Coll 964.6305, ask for John. 3/07 tfn MOBILI HOME IIEPAIRS: ADD-A-ROOM tfnchg HOUSEKEEPING AIDE Immediate .
Ask for open.Ing
Linda,
tfnehg 6/13 MAKE
NEW
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi One mile 20 yrs. .xp.rlllnc., building, setting up cushions, dining chairs, barstools for part-time housekeeping CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
from Starke city limit. Clean. No and repairing. Call 964-7724 for MISCELLANEOUSPAC Addison, camper beds. No lob too small aideweekend shift, previous floor to the Bradford County
children or pets. Hwy 16, W. Call. estimate. 5/30.6/20 ((6/27)4) tchg 74.725NEED Upholstery 4732452. 4tchg maintenance experience required. Apply Telegraph office in writing and paid In
468.132310/7 Hn "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK": Rebuild RAT Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture to Personnel Department, Lake advance unless credit Is already
CLEAN ,MOBILE, HOMES for rent On transmission for $150 w/Warranty appliances, household Items, TRANSMISSION WORK Rebuilttransmission Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center, established with this office.
Hwy. 16 W. Clos. to prison. Call (most cars) also do standards and collectable, glassware, old jewerly, ( for $150 w/warrranty, 850 E. Main Street, Lake Butler, FL THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD
matt cards
964-7530 or 468.1323 10/07 tfn foreign. Call 272-7607 6/6 6/27 7/4 tools, etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 foreign. Call) also do standards and 32054, An Equal Opportunity Employer RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly BARBER SHOP'OPEN NOW. Across from BIG PART-TIME INCOME Major steel CARPET 2727607. 4tchg 6/13.7/4 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple Thompson Auto Sales on 301 North. building company Is seeking a part. CLEANING July special. Free PERSONAL SERVICES THE TELEPHONE.
scotchguard. Truck
Ave. 7/28 tfn trailer The deaf that mounted deop Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.
House man owned time dealer In your area to sell our pre- steam
extraction. C & B
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 the Bradford Barber Shop acrossfrom engineered steel buildings and related Carpet CI.an.Ing. DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
BA apt For more Information call Lake Badcock Furn. Giles Mitchell product. Refundable deposit required.Call Keystone Heights, 4737770. 4tpd Package deal; 2" or 4" well, water Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75,
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor OWNER. 7/4 7/11 2tpd Bob Crandall at 1-800-228-4154 for pumps, new Installation of septic then 10 cents for each word thereafter
tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg SCHOOL OF SWIMMING INC Infants details. 4tchg 74.725INTERNATIONAL HELP WANTEDJOIN tanks, drain fields and lift station.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS) Mobile Home Two and up. Self- sufficient water training. Steel building Mobile home poles available. All work Close-Out; -
BR, 1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un Making apts. now I 282.53377/47/11 manufacturer awarding dealership In THE WINNING TEAM Watson guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman
furnished. Purchase option $69-$89 PRESSURE WASHING: Removes dirt available areas soon. Great profit Realty Is now expanding Its Keystone 2752151. tfn9/l Reduced'5,0001!
per month plus tot 473-7560.7/04-7/12 mildew, peeling paint from homes, potential In an expanding industry Heights office and offering above NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and 14 70, 2 BR/2 Full Baths Masonlte siding
HOUSE FOR RENT! 3 BR, 2BA, driveways, mobile homes Call Rick Call Wedgcor 3037593200. Ext. 2403. average opportunities for sates peopleIn pruning. Also firewood oak and pine shingle roof. Was 20,995.Now '
15995.
dishwasher, Garbage disposal, double 473-2452 4tcr,3, 6/13 7/4 Itpd 7/4 the Keystone end Melrose area. An for sale. Call Thomas Nettle 4QA-1B2.1.: :
carport and fenced back yard, In town. PERSONAL SERVICE: Typing, copying, extensive sales training program and Reduce sate and fast with GoBese Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy.
$425/month 964.4236616 tfnchg bookkeeping, helping you fill) out YARD SALE full time management are just two of Tablets and E-Vap "water pills" Andrews Jax.. FL 733.0821
PRESSURE WASHER FOR RENTi good for forms for Insurance reimbursement, our many benefits. B. a WINNER and Drugs, 225 W. Main St. 6/212tpd
alum siding wood, block, or brick, do applications, ect. Notary Services, 218 call Dean Weaver for a personal and NO CREDIT CHECK. LIMITED OFFER -
It yourself and save. $35 for 24 hours, S. Walnut St, Starke, 964.7777 Opening SALE OF A LIFETIME July 6 only, 97. confidential Interview. Keystone MC/VISA Receive a MasterCard or
964-8807 6/20 tfn July 1.6/271 1 tchg back Almost one of everything. Some dating 473.4816. Melrose 4752272. WATSON Visa credit card regardless of your past L
to 1800's.
UNFURNISHED 2-BR DUPLEX 122 N. Myrtle PERSONAL SERVICE, : Will remodel and follow lake Geneva REALTY CORP. REALTORS 4tchg credit history, or present marital
St. $225.00 per month $150.00 do repair wOI Ic. Call 964-8609 7/, 7/11 Estates- signs. 2tpd 6/27-7/4 7/4-7/25 status.NO SAVINGS ACCOUNT REQUIRED Vacuum

deposit Ph. 964.8944 days. 6/20 BUSINESS I 11)I) GUARANTEED! For application y-
tfnchg call CREDIT 1-800-637-6680 &

UNFURNISHED 2-BR duplex 124 N. Myr- OPPORTUNITIESOWN (toll free) 6/27 4tchg 7/18
tie St. $225.00 per month $150.00 EconoCurLawn BLUEBERRIES Sewing Service

deposit Ph 964.8944 days. 6/20 CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON
tfnchg YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEARi Services Longneckers FarmU FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). Repair Most Makes Models

HOUSE FOR RENTi 2-BR, 1 BA, with Ladles apparel, chlldens, Large size, 7S2-3408 Lawt.y We Pick For $125 ((25-words), your ad will go into FREE ESTIMATES
carpet. 964.7357 6/20 tfnchg combination store, accessories Jardache. or
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and AH Work Guarantied
FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX Chic Lee, Levi), Easy Street, Specializing In: CR-1469 Earleton. 4 miles W. o f weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000
Utilities Included. Private yard and en Izod, Evan Plcone, Esplrlt, Tomboy, Mowing Melrose & 2 miles N. of SR-26 readers. Make that money work for 496.3454
trance. No Children or Pets. Ph. Calvin Kid n. Sergio Valente, Liz Flower Beds you..Sell the FCAN Call
964.59106/13 ftnchg Claiborne, Members Only Organically General Lawn Open 8 a.m. 6 p.m. except Sunday I- 9 .6305, ask for Sylvia T way.dayI"; ,'r ,Lc., .,d.Mh uaaM Marc Lady

FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnished apart. Grown; "Oa,dtlWeVSMealtHjex, Oven:) M o d JM 'Maintenance--.nr. ; ...2:306:3uV4682483_ -als o .,:, DON"f..D LAYCALLTODAYII" .. ,
Utilities furnished Sleeping. rooms. 1000 olh.... $13,300'0 $24 9DO InvertttoryTralnlnig .it 1"1A Ex::. Local References'' .TsT'151)r473.t70t.. ,.. ...-........--........-........- -
964.6643 7/3 Itpd '' ,' Fixtures, orbnd OpenIng r -
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month"and Etc. Can open 15 days. Mr.
up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker Loughlin ((6VJ: ''))888-6555. 7/4 Itpd ONLY ONE! LET'S MAKE A DEAL! ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc. '
Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 6/27 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Open your
F'dri RENT: 3 BR 2 BA Moblle-'Ham. own beautiful Children's Store. Infantto 28x56 New Doublewide. BR/2 BA. Garden I'll Furnish the Mobile Home Realtor

533-2474 after 6 p.m. 7/4 tin pre-teen. Nationally known brands tub & walk-In shower Stone fireplace' rll furnish the financing, plus del. A let'up

TRAILER FURNISHED 2 BR, 2 BA, largeLR Health Tex, Donmoor Lee, Levi), Chic, dishwasher, built-in hutches, Masordte You furnish the down payment. You furnlil Formerly FAULKNER REALTY
nice, clean under shady trees. On. Buster Brown, Izod Her Majesty, Nan. 221 W. Lafayette Street
child maximum. S225/month 964.6714 nette, Felt man and many more. w/sMngle roof. a small monthly payment.For Man.-Fri. 8:30 .-6OOp.m. L ,
Furniture ocr.ssories and toys by Was the Best Deals In No. Fla.
FURNISHED APARTMENT 28R both 34.995 How 24,995 Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
$200 month, $75 sec. dep. Most utilities Gerber and Nod-A-Woy. $14,900.00 to Remember, Only One! & South Ga.Come to

3 furnished.BEDROON No HOUSE pets. 964-8071 Partly furnished.No 7/4 Itchg. $17,900.0(1 Inventorytrolningfixturesgrandopening Includes beginning Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy. Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy, 964.5065 yy rg\\

pets. $225/month, $100 sec. dep. promotions and round trip airfare Jax.. FL 733.0821 Jax., FL 733-0821 RENTALS AVAILABLE
964-5161 964-8513714 I Itpd for two. Call today. We can have
FOR RENT 4 BR house near U.C.I.and, your store opened In 15 days. Prestige
F.S.P., unfurnished newly decorated. f.. h 1.2'-8.127.: 7/4 tad 100 FT. OF PICTURESQUE WATERFRONT on Silver Lake. Vacation or year-
Security Dep. $100. and $250/month. round home. Only $65,000. lots of extras
SR225 Bavl.. Hwy. 964-5161 964.8513 I SPECIAIL OF THE MONTH! *3/2 WITH. THERMO ROOF, MH on 1 acre fenced yard. Furnished. Hamptonarea.

FOR RENT 3 BR house. 1 bath, Lg IR and New 14x70. 3 BR/28A Quality Tree Service .
DR, stove and ref rig. No pets. 964.7047 *SECLUDED Five acre homesite In established area. Lake Butler. Priced to
A BeiiuUful Hams Deluxe Work Reasonable Prices"Fully sell.
APT FOR RENT 2 room efficiency, "Quality
clean In Lowtey. 782.34587/4 tfn very hum End to End *COUNTRY CLUB Everything you could want In a lovely home. Many extras.
Licensed and Insured
2 BR MOBILE HOME: furnished or unfurnlshed Was '1 H.995-Now M4.995 i 3 BR/2'/a BA. Loft with spiral staircase, etc..
$135.00 per month plus $100 Instant Financing Hurry Serving Bradford County for 14 Years *WESTMORELAND ST. .3 BR, 1 BA C/B hardwood floors. CH&A Needs TLC.
sec dep. Call after 4:30: weekdays and "The One To Call Before They Fall" 3190000.
anytime all week-end. 964-8704 7/4 Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy. NICE LARGE building lot appro I'/, acres. 230 E. Past hospital.

llchg Jax., Fla. 733-0321 473-2914 964-5647 REMODELED 2 BR, 1 BA frame on pretty shaded lot. Only 25000.
..a.aa.aa.aaaaaaaaeaaa.ate.a..aaaaaa.a.ee. -- ._. HAMPTON AREA Just off Hwy. 325. MH with build on. wood heater, swim-

mlng pool, porch, fenced, workshop. This is ideal for retired couple or young
\ WAITRESSES NEEDED j case P le'a first home_.
*CHURCH STREET 2 'tory older home with 2200 sq. ft. C/B. Versatile

:Experienced Only. Apply in Person, Only, ; PROPERTY FOR SALE building.
INCOME PRODUCTING PROPERTIES Washington St.. 4 rentals Center St. 4
:Between 8 and 11 a.m. Daily. r No'i Phone: BY rental units. Call today to see these valuable offers.

Calls aa *DEERWOOD One of the nicer homes In Slorke. Good assumable mortgage
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ACUTE, LITTLE 2 BR 1 BA C/B on city lot. Only 24200.
a EUCLID STREET Reduced Imagine 3 BR. 1 BA. CH/A. Has chain link fence

Pizza Hut 964iB700iShop ; and remodeled 1984. Priced to sell 26500.
... NOTICE Is hereby given that the United States of America, acting through *LOVELY LARGE brick home on one acre has F.P. and greenhouse. Call today
.
.a a a a. a s a. a s aa a .a a a a aa aa e aa .r as Administration United States Department of
the Farmers Home to see this nice property
& Is the described properties. Complete *RAIFORD Can you imagine getting a 3 BR home on large lot and workshopfor
Compare!! Subscribe I Agriculture will sell as following $16,9007EVERGREEN

Spr'cal Insurance' for legal descriptions, arrangements Inspection of the properties and additional Hwy 301 S. MH with built on. Furnished oni' acre. Only

:Mohilc Ilium- Parks Information may be obtained by contacting the County Supervisor $16.000.
..All t>|M's of honiv Indicated. *REDUCED 4 8R, 1 BA on large lot with fenced yard. C. Heat.
":w 'H'r1l policies 1rSOutherlrl VillasApartments *LAKE BUTLER Where else can you buy 4.000 Iq. ft. with oil the extras for

r$78,000
niolxlt honu-s
135 acres of crop and woodland with homesite located 6Vt miles North of ,* RAIFORD 3 BR, 2 BA veneer with satellite dish 12x60 MH. Great profits

Call for Quote High Springs, Florida. Property Is divided Into 55 and 80 acre tracts by CR from family business. Has BPP. Call for details,
Olln's Mobile '*GRAHAM 3 BR, 2 BA CH&A. Dbl. garage. Fireplace on 4'I, acres. 20 min. to
1 Bedroom Now Available 18 with '/ mile highway frontage, Columbia County. (acquired 2/21/85)). Gainesville. But still in Bradford County. $70..

Home Sales Central A/C, Stove, Refrigerator PROVIDENCE Norwegian brick. 3 BR, 2 BA. CH8A. Fireplace In the rolling

Elaine M. Olin Agent Custom Drupes CONTACT JACKSON SELLARDS P.O.BOX 3299 LAKE CITY, FL hills area. BPP. $SO's.r .
Wall to Wall Carpet & More >.MAKE AN OFFER 70 acres with 45 acres In limber. CR 125.
964-5606 32058-3299, PHONE 904/752-8483. *40 ACRES 2 BR, 1 BA. Proven production
Call 964-7295 or 964-4214 (*17 ACRES, 2 WELLS Fenced. Good for horses, cows, blueberry or

VACUUM r 1001 Southern Villa DriveHwy The sale will be by sealed bid. Bids will be received until the public open- strawberry crops. Oaks.
.*LET US SHOW YOU this beautiful In Hampton
........._. ....... 1 Co W Ing which will be at.1:30: p.m., July 18, 1985, at the office of. the State READY FOR YOUR MH 2 acres. Well and septic.

SALE Director Farmers Home Administration, Room 319, Federal Building, 401 *7 ACRES AND HOME Great owner financing

& USED MilPlumbing SE 1st Ave. Gainesville 32602. r EVERYTHING YOU NEEDI 1940 sq. ft. on 5.31 acres near Connerly Estates.
NEW '
,, ,Fish pond, fruit trees, workshop and lots of landscaping make this home unl-
\\c I"inunet'OurOwn Supplies QUA.
KIKBYS Bids must be entered on official bid forms which may be obtained from any ,.2.57 ACRES High and dry between Starke and Raitord. Owner financing ,

'UOYA1.S FromEUILEKr1S I of the above addresses. Bids must be accompanied by a !5 W. bid deposit. .available.
*COUNTRY CHARM I 3 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace, split-floor plan on a paved road.

$31>.500.
IIOUVEHS: Durrance Sale will be cash or not less than 10% downpayment with not more than *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY On 301. 165' Ironloge.

KLKCTHOIA'X ;,. *LAKEVIEW 2 BR, 1 BA C/B home on large shady lot.
& amortized or 300 equal amortized monthly payments
YILTERQUEKNS;; Pump ,;. 25 yearly payments

SKAliS ( -'t with the finance charge at ten and three-quarters percent annual percentage Susan Faulkner Reddish, REALTOR

COMMEKClAu: : : Supply I Co. --- -... rate ((10.75) on the unpaid balance. Sales Manager. Evenings 964.4048

We repair ;ill makes I REALTOR ASSOCIATES'
"" N. ii I r Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 Eli..Johns 533.2816
AI Young's U.S. 301 Steriie N.- ...lr.7", P964-7061[: These properties wiN be sold without regard to race, color, creed, sex, Suzanne Kitchens 964.7630 Bob Matthews 964.7281

age religion, marital status or national origin. Lou Young 964-7529
Since 1957 .

W Drill VU"" .U. Carol Warner 964-4992 Property Manager
964.6918 reserves the to or all bids.
The United States of America right reject any lee Hardenbrook -Appraisals. .
Miles north of 2" to 6" Stat. l.leenied .
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elude and obstructionby Bradford'Rescue I' N
Lake Geneva Man attempting to ?
false information, according to
Gets Prison TimeA Patrolman W. C. Reno. When Baker Has Record Month

34-year-old Lake Geneva man was stopped June 22 for a traffic During the month of June the
received a 30 months sentence in the violation, he gave a false name to Bradford Rescue Unit responded to I Ip Ir
Department of Corrections after he The officer who later discovered a total of 116 calls, the largest
was found guilty of possession of co Baker's identity and found Baker'slicense number of runs since the Unit went
caine. had been suspended. Baker into service, according to Emergency -
John David Antunovich appearedin was released after a' $672.5Q surety Services Director Cliff Chapman.
Clay County Circuit Court June 4 bond was posted. 83 transports re9uired the
to be sentenced on charges stemm- Baker was additionally charged transporting of 88 patients. 33 re
ing from his arrest February 11. with two outstanding. capias of no quired no transport.The 4
Charged with indecent exposureand valid driver's license'and driving back-up unit responded to ten
trespass at the time of his arrest while license suspended, accordingto runs.
he was additionally charged Deputy Sammy Eunice. A $159! .25 The majority of the patlents,44,
with possession of cocaine and cash bond was posted for his releaseon were taken to Bradford Hospital. 13
possession of a firearm by a con- those charges. were taken to Alachua General \
victed felon, according to Assistant Hospital, eight to Shands, six to UIY'SAL\
State Attorney Soto. Divorces Finalized North Florida Regional and two to
Antunovich was placed on three Veterans in Gainesville. Four pa-
years probation for the firearms During Month of June tients were taken to Humana in

charge. He also is to attend drug The following marriages were Orange Park, one to Riverside in
therapy. -- dissolved in Bradford County duringthe Jacksonville and one to Union
Antunovicfi was adjudged guilty of month of June. General Hospital. Stat Flight
trespass and was fined $75. The Nolan L. Woodburn & Mary D. transported one patient and Trauma IRanger:8ale
charge of indecent exposure was Woodburn. One transported one patient.
dismissed by the state attorney. Danny Warren & KIMberly War- Most calls, 27, were to illness
related patients. 14 were to trauma
ren.calvin Martin & Leola Martin. resulting from automobile accidentand
Starke Woman Clyde Conner & Lucille Conner. 13 were to people in trauma. 5 :
Thomas Beard & Kathryn M. Eleven runs were to cardiac patients
Charged With Theft Beard. and 12 runs were to people with

Paula Marie Waldron, 39, of Harold Ray Garmon & Ernestine respiratory problems. Two runs
in emotional distress
Gannon. were to people
Starke was arrested June 28 for
grand theft-auto, according to Sharon D. Kilby John C. Kilby. and one call was to a rape victim and
Patrolman Clint Blankenship.A Susan L. Cason Ronnie Cason. one call was to an overdose victim.
warrant from Charlotte County Ray Crews & Shiela Crews. Five people were dead when the $

also charging grand theft-auto was Unit arrived. 6O9O
calls cancelled and
Eight were
placed against Waldron, she was
false alarms.
three calls were .
released on her own recognizance on ,Norman ArrestedOn

that The charge.auto was released to the New ChargesL. Quick Response Unit /

owner. J. Norman turned himself into The Quick Reponse Unit responded Includes .
the Bradford County Sheriff's to six calls in June. Three calls Freight!
Department July 2 where he was were to brush fires, two were fires
Lawtey Men ArrestedFor charged with three counts of drug resulting from lighting strikes and
Public Drinking trafficking.A one call was cancelled enroute.
new charge of conspiracy to
Joe Luis Cirerol, 19, and John traffic in cocaine was added to traf-
1 David Sheppard, 18, both of Lawteywere ficking in cocaine and delivery of co-
arrested June 30, according to caine. Get before it's
Chief M.M. Jordan and Lt. William Bond was set at $150,000. Normanwas Drive Safely & yours
Tillotson. They were charged with released on a property bond, according -
violation of the city ordinance, con- to Sheriff Doiph Reddish. Buckle Up Over 4th
suming alcohol beverage in public. Norman was acquitted June 21 in The Florida Highway Patrol has too late. *
Cirerol and Sheppard were released Circuit Court due to a legal predicted 39 persons will die in traffic -
after $105 surety bonds were technicality in a cocaine traffickingtrial related accidents over the In-
posted. resulting from his arrest last holiday period
dependence Day
8.80/0
November.A which begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Financing
warrant for his arrest was July 3, and ends midnight Sunday 8
i Issued June 26 on the new charges by July 7,198y"rhis prediction is bas'don ;; 80'
Awards $25,001 48 Months
Jury Assistant State Attorney Thomas the number of fatalities experienced "
t .In. False Theft ChargeLouis Elwell. during the same periodover 'InanC"

Herman Taylor was awarded "Approximately the last three one-half years. of the 39! 9.9 % Financing 60 Months ___ 'Ing
$25,001 in damages recently by an will die in alcohol related accidentsand ;:

that Alachua Seaboard County Coastline jury which Railroadhad found KH Woman ArrestedIn the vast majority will not use on F150s, F250s, Gas & Diesel 4x4's
the seat belt available to them,"
falsely prosecuted Taylor for Fender BenderA stated Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, From Ford Motor Corporation, W/Approved Credit
the theft of $135 of railroad cross-
Keystone Heights woman was Patrol Director, "In other words,
ties.Representing arrested after a minor accident onUS301 one person will die every two hours
in the three-
Taylor in Starke Friday. and thirty-seven minutes of the 102
jury trial, Starke
Terence day Brown was, assisted attorney by Dorothy Paul Schuerger was cited hour period and yet only an
Gainesville Randall for improper U-turn causing an acci- estimated 15 percent of the motoring
attorney dent, according to Patrolman G W. public will use the one most impor-
Hooper. Testifying at the trial were Barrette. Schuerger refused to sign tant live item availble to
saving Ranger XL 4x4
railroad and members of Chassis Cab
employees Ranger
the citation, was informed of pending them -their seat belt.
the Alachua Sheriff's
County arrest if she did not sign and Patrol records Indicate that most I bair..lncludasf .. .
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the StateAttorney's ,.yr : fre'gW' .
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Department"wand:
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,,. became belligerent, said Barrette. 'of the predicted deaths will occur on w I OfficeAccording */ &*' 6 9 0 OJ'!I When in the she rural road
placed patrol car state during nlghUime, ; .
he had .
Brown, ,
to hopedfor 5'
$979
starting kicking and clawing, accor- hours and clear weather. A majorityof
a larger jury award but Taylorwas ding to the report. She was additionally those killed will be males under 30
only in jail a couple of hours Includes Freight
charged with resisting arrest years of age.
before being released on bond. with violence and battery of a The major objective of this depart
Taylor said that the important thing law enforcement officer. Bond was ment is the reduction of needless
was that it proved that the railroadwas set at$1.000 for the charges,she was death and injury that results from
wrong in their actions. released{on her own recognizance. traffic accidents. Troopers will be
Taylor has now retired from the Schuerger, driving a 1982 especially watchful for the impaired
railroad. Chevrolet was parked on US-301 at driver during this holiday period, I
Jackson St., pulled across the road- said Burkett. *
way in an attempt to turn left in the Motorist should contact the FirecrackellSpecial
Starke Man ArrestedOn path of a northbound 1985 Ford nearest Florida Highway Patrol Station -
Multiple ChargesGordon driven by Curtis Lenard Thomas of with information concerningany
Lake Butler, causing a collision. impaired driver they may see in
Wayne Baker,21, of Damage to the Ford was $600, order that our troopers may take appropriate \;, F1 50 4X4
Starke was charged with fleeing- damage to the Chevrolet was $400. action, said Burkett. W/XL Trim


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Firemen Battle Blaze in Practice Fire...

New Starke firemen got their first taste of a nasty flre when Under New Management'
burning to make it safe for the rookies.
this shack on vs-301 north Photographer Bruce Moyers, I
across from the
session. Farmer's Market In a practice right, recorded the blaze in color. II
'Above, new firemen Nelson At right fireman Gary Bruce Bakken rolls out hose. Recruits Nelson
Green and Tom Rowe, equipped with full Green and Rex Seimer in
asbestos-lined and are background at left.Firemen surrounded the
pants coat and oxygen masks, prepare to enter the burning house with hoes and kept the fire from spreading. Hardest
blazing house part
Fireman- Dean Smith cools the fire down to a bearable was getting the fire started using diesel oil. I PINE FOREST II


Mock burn drill tests local Fire DepartmentA APARTMENTS II


frame structure at US-301 and building,the fire is then reset for the were Tom Rowe, Doug Cooper Electric, Mike Sanders to
Market Road was the site of the June next team. Nelson Green and Rex Seimer. Gainesville and Lott Williams who II
22 regular practice drill for the All firefighters use the full gear Volunteers Dean Smith, Jack Nun- resigned due to internal problems, !.2 & 3 Bedroom Ip'".
Starke Fire Department which were as wet inside as they nery and Gary Bakken also par. necessitated the need to hire new
A fire was set,with some difficulty would have been had they been ticipated. firefi{hters. Green and Seimer will From '160" & Up I
getting it to burn, which allowed sprayed by a water hose. The Standing by were Paramedic Scott be going to Ocala for their 240 hoursof
regulars and volunteer firefightersmore temperature of the weather only ad- and Lori Taylor in case an emergency Minimum Standard Training,said
partical experience, according ded to the problem but the arose. Hardee.
to Chief Dwayne Hardee.A firefighters came through without Authorization to burn the buildingwas 112 & 3 Bedrooms Available ..0.,1I ,
regular and a new firefighter attempt any serious problem. The lost of three regular given to Don Roberts, who livesin
to extinguish the fire, exit the Regulars participating in the drill firefighters Darren Hardee to Clay the area.
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Judge '1'encn receives Selig 1. Goldin award A: 1530 1

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Chief; Judge Benjamin M.Tench of as Chief Judge and will continue as Tench began his government ser circuit i in several capacities before Phone 964-6312
Gainesville was presented the Selig Administrative Judge of Levy and vice in 1949 as a municipal judge for being appointed to his present posi- EQUAL HOUSINQOPPORTUNITf I
I. Goldin Memorial Award by the Gilchrist County Circuit Courts the City of Gainesville. He became tion of administrative judge for L Office Hours: 9-5
Criminal Law Section of the Florida through 1985."Judge assistant state attorney for the Gilchrist and Levy counties in 1984. .. .
Bar at their luncheon June 28 in Tench has demonstratedan Eighth Judicial Circuit in 1959. Tench's many interests includethe
Boca Raton. The award, named enduring dedication to the Tench left his Florida appoint- media. He was the moderator for
after a prominent Gainesville criminal law practice," said award ment to serve the U. S. Foreign Ser- the North Florida Viewpoint Program
criminal law attorney, is presentedeach committee chairman Judge Marvin vice in Panama from 196266. Two of at WUFT-TV in Gainesvilleand INSULATION\
year to a Bar member who has Mounts of West Palm Beach, in these years were spent as attache'to editorial consultant for the
made substantial contributions to presenting the award to Tench. He the U. S. Embassy in Panama. Gainesville Sun newspaper.
Florida's criminal justice system. was the principal organizer and the Tench resumed his domestic,, -V SAVE THAT ENERGY
Tench, Chief Judge of the Eighth first chairman of the Criminal,Law duties in 1968 as special assistant at, 1V
Judicial Circuit (which includes Section of the Florldil'Bar.' The'3ehg- tormsjrgeieral of Florida His tenura ''Judge Tench currently resides"inGswesVUItf ?,-
Bradford and Union Counties), will( I. Goldin Award was origin ally ae'.a,. ighth Judicial Circuit Court. with hIs wife, the former'
complete his second two-year term organized by Judge Tench in 1981. Judge began in 1973. He served th v, Catherine Mclnnis.
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BCT Staff Writer auctions for Cub Scouts. I A New
There's a new auctioneer in Home
Starke, and he got a world of experience "It's an interesting business,' to I "
in the time-honored art of the least,"said the Col.when he '
say I Of
'Allil+ 1 tiG' l calling. arrived. "You get to meet some of j Your Own? ,
Ntr the most interesting people in the ,
Col. Walter Opdyke Jr. is taking world,and I'd say that I've met just I Don't think afford
over the previous auction building about every type there Is to meet in j you can it?...
located on Route 16, an old building my travels." DON'T GIVE UP..THERE'S
where there have many auctions in HOPE;..
the past, and hopefully many more The title"Colonel'is an honorary It your income is 14pOO.OO
in the future. given to all auctioneers. The term I or less per
i came into use based on the old tradition \ year, you may qualify for ,subsidized I .loan
Colonels
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Col. Opdyke graduated from the equipment owned by. departingmen to buy a new Brick Veneer, ((3 BR, 1 /2 'BA, LR,
Missouri Auction School, an institution to new arrivals. DR '
that includes many of the coun- I Kitchen, Laundry Room, & Carport) Home,
try's top auctioneers among its Opdyke is also past president I and your LOT IS I INCLUDED! You
graduates 1970 and has conducteda the Resisters Tower Md. Antique can get all
variety of the always lively affairs Dealer's Association and a past this for as low as
since, including everything from commander of the Civil Air Patrol, i
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This large pecan tree missed the Paterson home by lost a portion of tin roof in Sunday's 'twister' winds. I9:30.6d.m I : 964.4645
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has not been confirmed a tor. blown down but returned to a stan on CR-225.
nado hit here but many reports of a ,ding petition yi Oftft omMondaTr.'< '"--"Many-other "structures were j.
strong; twisting wind and,,evidence The entire'roof blew'':off of the" damaged or demolished and scores .
t of much damage has been found. garage behind Barbara's Beauty of pecan trees blown down In the ,
No personal injuries have been Shoo into the field next to Norman's Bayless Highway-CR-225 area. .
reported, just property damage. I I '
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touched down near High Springs L0R1DI MOBILEwood
morning (about 10:30: a.m.), -574 I 429n
move northeast, jumped through
Alachua and LaCrosse to Brooker land HOME SALESWe I
and the residue winds apparently i+ .
homes inc.
continued through the CR-225 area ,..
west of Starke. Have Bargains
Just as ministers in area churcheswere 1-800-222-5253
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the Lawtey area.One resident said it t -
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Sunday afternoon she ever had. Serving the Keystone*Star ke+Palatka/ Area M -583
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buildings in,the CR-225 area with PAINTED REPEATS U
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large pecan tree was uprooted at FREE "" '239 i carpets are being offered on the
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Homo .. designs vary in size,from carpet I
the barn roof blew off, striking a I '
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ago from Orange Park. She Is 'a Memorialization for Mrs. Meyers lness. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, Youngstown Oh.; three sisters
ObituariesJames 1 member of St.Anne's Episcopal was by cremation. Jones Funeral March 18, 1910. Mr. Baun was a U.S. Mrs. Caroline Carstens of Casper
1-, Church _and the Episcopal Church Home, Keystone Heights was in Navy veteran of World War II. Mr. Wyoming, Mrs. Marie Frohman and
Women. charge of arrangements. Baun retired from the U.S. Navy as Mrs Evelyn Bell, both of
Survivors include: her husband, a Chief Petty Officer with 21'years Youngstown, Oh.; seven grandchildren -.
Henry F Beal of Keystone Heights; of service. He also was a retired and nine great grand
M. Edwards R.G. (Bunnie) Kidd 3 daughters: Joan Eskin of Orlando, Frank Wilson policeman U.S. Postal worker Civil children.

James Maurice Edwards, Sr., 79, Mrs. R.G. (Bunnie) Kldd Jr. of Luann Stegall of Altamonte Springs Frank D. Wilson 85 of Park-of- Service worker and manager of the Funeral services for Mr. Baun
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of Hwy 100 South Starke died Saturday Fort Walton Beach former Starke and Beth Martin of Keystone The-Palms Keystone died U.S. Army Maintenance Reserve in were held in Somersworth, New
June 29, In Mandarln Manor resident, died Monday July 1, aftera Heights; two sisters: Ann Cross and in Starke, Wednesday Heights, June ,20. A Gainesville. Mr. Baun was a Hampshire, with burial in Forest
Jacksonville, following a long il- long wness. Dolly Weers, both of Pana, 111.; two native of Sparta, Ill he moved here member of the Fleet Reserve and attended Glade Cemetery, also in
Iness. Born in Starke, November 3, She is survived by her husbandCol. grandchildren Neal' Eskin and 5 from Boca, Raton Fla. the Catholic Church.Mr. Somersworth. New Hampshire.Jones .
1905 Mr. Edwards was a lifelong .R.G. Kldd Jr. (Ret...i.four sons, Charles Martin.: Mr.years Wilson ago retired salesmanfor Baun is survived by his wife Funeral Home, 514 East Nona
residence of Bradford County. Mr. Richard Kidd, III of Portland Ore. Burial will be in Keystone Heights the Graybar was a Electric Mrs. Mary Zelda Brideau Baun of, St.,Starke,was in charge of local ar
Edwards was a retired engineer Robert Kidd of Puerto Rico,MichaelKidd Cemetery under direction of Jones in Chicago, 111. He member Company of Hampton; two sons,George E.Baun rangements.. In lieu of flowers expressions -
from the State Road Dept. and was a of Fort Benning and John Kiddof Funeral Home of Keystone Heights.In the Park-of-The-Palms was a Church. of Waldo Errol W. Baun of of sympathy may be madeto
member of the First Christian Fort Walton Beach; one daughter lieu of flowers, donations may Mr. Wilson is survived his wife Rochester New Hampshire; a the American Heart Association
Church, in Starke. He was also the Marcia Nuendorf of Seattle, Wash. be made to the American Cancer Agnes H. Wilson; two sons by, DonaldH. brother Leonard Baun of 728 N.W. 23rd Gainesville,Fl.32801
former owner of Bradford Engineering two nelces, Mrs. Martha Powell Mc- Society. Wilson of Santa Anna Calif. and .
Co. and Clane and Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips
a retired cattleman.Mr. Robert A. Wilson of Indianapolis
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and two William C.
Edwards is nephews Ind. two brothers William E. ,
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survived by his ;
Powell Jr. and Jrs.
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George Flynn ,
wife Mrs. Lucille C. Johns Edwardsof all of Starke. Marianne MeyersMrs. Wilson of Oxford, Ohio and John C. us 'r w -H'HA
Starke; three daughters, Mrs. Wilson of Lehigh Acres, Fl.; and
Funeral were not
arrangements Marianne Meyers, 83, of
four
E.
Carolyn High and Mrs. Gayle E. grandchildren.
complete at time but will be
Thomas, both of Jacksonville, Mrs. press Keystone Heights, died in the Com- Funeral services were held on Restaurant
held at Fort Walton Beach, Friday.
Diane E.,Pare of Lake Mary, Fl.; a munity Convalescent Center, Saturday, June 29, in the Park-of-
son, J.M. Edwards Jr. of Starke; a Gainesville, Tuesday, June 25, The-Palms Chapel with Mr. Earnest Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
brother, W.A. Edwards of Merritt Mrs. Lucille A. Beal following a long illness. Born in Pro Woodhouse officiating. Burial

Island; a sister, Mrs.,Louise E. Bell Funeral services are scheduled at vidence,R.I.,June 11, 1902,she moved followed in Keystone Heights 1900 N. Temple Avenue Starke Florida 32091
to Keystone Heights in 1982 from ,
of Starke; eight grandchildren and Cemetery under the direction of
11 a.m. Friday morning, July 5, in Tarrytown, N.Y. Mrs. Meyers was a
six great grandchildren. St.Anne's Epsicopal Church in Jones Funeral Home highway 100, (To-Rena Motel)
retired antique dealer and was a
Funeral services for Mr. Edwardswere Keystone Heights.
Keystone HI ghts for Mrs. Lucille A. For Reservations or Take Out Orders
held on Tuesday, July 2, at the Seal. Survivors
gravcs-.dc, Sr. Crosby Lake Mrs. Beal 62, died Tuesday morn include two sons and, Call 964-7681
Theodore Sartonian of Melrose
Cemetery, with Rev. Raymond Baer ing, July 2, in the North Florida Matthew L. Baun Jr. ,
Joseph Storm of Rumford, R.I.; a
conducting the services. Jones Regional Hospital in Gainesville brother, Joseph Nash of Rumford, Matthew Lloyd Baun, Jr., 75, of Lunch Specials (Served 112:50))
Funeral Home 514 East Nona St., after a lengthy illness. A native of R.I.; two sisters, Melina Mathison of Hampton, died Friday, June 28, in
Starke was in charge. of ar Brooklyn, New York, Mrs. Beal Largo and Margurite of Dobbs the Naval Air Station Hospital, Dinner Served .
rangements. moved to Keystone Heights 13 years Ferry N.Y. Jacksonville, following a long il- ( 5 9:30): )

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I Land sales in Bradford CountyProperty AQUA SIZEThe



transactions in Bradford Ronald E. Newman, Sr. sold a Frederick and Gwen Mass sold
County during the period from parcel of land on Forsythe Road to Lots 1-12 of Block 10 of the Town of
December 20,1984 through January Mark Olin for $$13,200. and 20 acreson Hampton to Spurgeon R. Hayes,
20, 1985 totaled $847,950. Meng Dairy Road just East of Helen L. Jacks and Donald C. Lott BH Center for Health and Fitness will offer
Hampton to Mark Olin for $32,000. for 30000.

Prices of transactions are deter- Aquasize Classes July 8 through
mined by the amount of documen- Florence W. and Michael J. Arthur E. and James E. Powell August 2.
tary tax stamps affixed to warranty Laputka sold 10 acres northeast of sold Lot 7 of Block 17, Keystone Club 10 a.m. 11
a.m.
deeds. Lawtey to David J. Parrish and Estates Unit 1 to Robert S., Jr. and Monday, Wednesday & Friday $20

Harold botham R.for and 20500.Jacqueline B. Higgin- Lorraine M. Blount for 4500. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday $15

All the transactions during the
period were routine. Jack Courtnay sold 2.37 acres in BABYSITTING AVAILABLE FOR EACH CLASS.

Fortune Federal Savings and Keystone Village to Richard L. Classes begin July 8 G July 9. Classes may be cancelled fewer than 10
people
John E. Diggs sold an acre of land Loan Association sold a parcel of Crane for $8.500. fees are non-refundable after classes begin. register. Registration
just South of Lawtey to Martha B. land in Block 36 of Peeks Addition to
Jackson for $1,000. Starke to Virgil F. and Janie R. Millard C. and Applean M. Brown Call 964.4210 for
Heiken for 34000. and Gerald E and Betty Brown solda more information.BH .

Jack M. Courtnay sold Lot 15 of In- parcel of land on US-301 just northof
dian Woods to James T. and Michael S. and Patsy A. Phillips Starke to Curtis Ray Boiling for Center for Health and Fitness
Marceline E. Brown for $4,200. sold Lots 8 and 9 of Block 29, Livingston 16000. 922 East Call Street
Truby & Companys Addi Starke. FL 32091
Dogan L. Smith sold} parcel of tion to Starke to Johnnie R. and Lin- William P. and Verna S. Dickson ((904)) 9644210
land in Sampson Lake Shores, Unit da F. Sheffield for $41,000. sold a parcel of land south of Lawtey
5, to J. D. and Vernie P. Odom for to James B. and Marlene V. n --- -
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$2,000. Gerald Griffis Construction Com- Gladieux for $70.000. "
Lewis W. and Edna L. Smith sold
pany sold a parcel of land on Old 7"
12 acres on CR-229 just West of Lawtey Road to John N. Goodmanfor Elwood Padgett and Allan Dean ....
Starke to Robert S. and Lauri I. $4,500. Padgett sold a parcel of land onSR18 1J
Mullins for $18,000 in Hampton to the City of 1 L3c'r'

Eldon F. Ritchey sold Lot 23 of Rit- Florida National Bank sold Lots Hampton for $9,000. -
chey Estates to Robert F. and GailL. Marion S. and Mary Joan Harr-
1-8 of Block 2 Simon J. ad-
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Temples sold Lot of Block Liv- -:0 ....._ / ?
Jordan for $3,000. dition to Starke to A. C. Milton for ington 10 26, .. ,
Donald R. and Joan D. Wagnersold $12,995. ingston, Truby, & Companys Addi-
tion to Starke to Louella M. and ,1 t
Lot 16 of Country Club Estatesto Steven R. Roberts sold 1.59 acres
Phillip R. and Lexa A. Pombierfor Leonard M. Booth for 3800. !PI ,
in WOODLAWN to B.
Evelyn Tylerfor ,,, '".''
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$63,000. $29,000. ..,., Glenn.t3usselle.aadl4araqpnn.! ; :;: .; ...
Credithrift, Inc. sold 3.4 acres just Colen M. and Gloria M. Rauilr'sold Schuster,sold a parcel of land a Ua '. d'r." ---'
off of Bayless Highway to George D., a parcel of land on Hampton cent to Keystone Club-Estates 'e"" -
Sr. and Gladys R. Wilkinson and Lake to Terry Patrick and Annette Melvin D. and Carol Lynn Tharpefor BH,Cunfer, i n a member, of' Santa FuHvdllhrdre
George D., Jr. and Kathleen G. Lucille Hamilton for $31,300. $59,900. not for piofit'Systemln hiMlthdiu' 'tot d|Florida> .O
Wilkinson for $18,000. Harold A. and Myrtle J. Alvarez Hector L. Owensby sold Lot 19 of ,
Carl Randall Cory sold Lot 5 of sold 1.82 acres on Cypress Run Roadto Seminole Ridge, Unit 6 to Arthur
Block 2, THE WOODS to James F. James H. and Sandra E. Alvarezfor Ballard Stone for $3,400. O
and Betty B. Bloodworth for $80,000. $3,640.E. Eldon F. Ritchey sold Lot 23 of Rit 0'0"7 e
Mark and Elaine Olin sold 3.34 R. Hammond sold a parcel of chey Estates to Robert F. and Gail 4q
acres off Forsythe Road to Lindsey land on US-301 north of Starke to L. Jordan for $3,000. h a
L. and Ouida Quick for $6,680. Wayne E. Douglas and Wayne E. Herbert R., Sr. and Mary G.
Carl W. and Marbury E. Richie Douglas, Jr. for $50,000. Walker sold a parcel of land on c::;. ."
sold 10 acres on Mark Lee Starling Robert R. and Sandra Jean Butler Road to Woodrow B. Thomas -" ..,... --- .
Road to Paul C. and Susan A. Wor- Wimberly sold ,an acre of land on and Margie K. Diltz for $23,300. --
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thington for $22,000. CR-235 near the Moodyville com --
Laura T. Goolsby sold 2 acres on munity to Randall R. Crews for
SR-100 just South of Starke to 26000.
Stephen A. Cubbage for $6,000. Jack Courtnay & Associates sold
Michael E. and Billy Jo Nettles Tract 'A' of Ari Woods to David G.
sold Lot 5 of Block 2, Garden Acresto and Dorothy F. Riggsby for $10,755.
Robert: Lex and Joyce A. Johns for Sampson Lake Properties, Inc.
$4,000. sold Lot 12 of Breamwood Lakeviewto
Ida Lee Plummer sold Lot 7 of John Alan and Laurie Ann Kauff-

Block 6, Saratoga Heights to MargieA. man for $7,400.
Diltz and Betty J. Cox for $27,000. Mark and Elaine Olin sold 3.34
Ralph Goodman sold an acre of acres on Forsythe Road to Ronald
land in Lot 32 of WOODLAWN to C. and Regina K. Starling for $6,180. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
A. and Dorothy E. Garrard for "William R.and Elmo G.Aldermansold
$13,500. 4.92 acres just south of Starke to JUNE 30. 1985
Francis A. and M. Jane Menardsold Marcus S. and Edith M. Johnson for
Lot 11 of Deer Run to Glenwoodand
Dorothy Baker for $5,500. $16,200. .85 ..:....1.9.84......
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Cash Due From Banks 1.727,769 2,300,000

JfeWOlB TENSION Federal Funds Sold 2,000,000 6.784.848

... InvestmentSecurltles I : 7.281,586
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I IIEAB&CHESDIZZINESS. d' ". Leans Discount Receivable '12.00',108 '10,317,765
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less Unearned Discount ((426,527)) ((284,880))

4 less Loan Loss Reserve ((228,871)) .........((114093' 9,918,792
Net Loans ...................... 11:,454,511'34&,710 392,384

Interest Earned collected 430,998
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J. 419,996
INDIGFBflON J!
>>t Banking House Fixtures 73,300 154,600

I LW ).)411\1..... 'j ;*:/,' : '",t"':. )" Other Other Real Assets Estate ............".40,519 ..........30,89 ?
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pitLet's JPferw ? OffIcial Checks 7342 82,594
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Ctoarecl'the Cause? Certificates Total Deposits of Deposit ..........6..\.1.638 385.......... '20.450.242 ,'. .......,..5,449,000, ....... '18.733.402

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nerves along nerve system. A healthy TOTAL LIABILITIES 20,642,668
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health to every part you. "
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CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Surplus a t;: ', ..z 1,800,000 r ." "' 1.1500.000

TULLER Retained Earnings 'f... ;"," {' ..........701,723.............. '" .......-1184.3............

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The following defendants appeared tion withheld,pay$10 cost. duced valid license, ordered to pay
before Judge George H. Jilene Rose Tomlinson charged $25 cost. I Norman's
Pierce in Bradford County Court with NVDL; must$25 cost,adjudication Tommie Darrel Key guilty of
June 17 for final disposition. withheld if valid license produc- trespass after warning; fined$134. '
Terry Ernell Alexander charged ed.Richard Bill Nabors guilty of disorderly
with no valid driver's license E. Warren charged with conduct; placed on six months court Market
(NVDL); adjudged guilty, fined NVDL,, produced license paid $10 probation, must abstain from
$59.25. alcohol, violate no laws attend
Albert Eugene Barnes, Jr. pled cost.Arthur Lavern DeSue guilty of Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic< for U.S. 301 South 964-6071 .
guilty to driving while intoxicatedDWI DWLS; fined $85.50. counseling, fined$81.50.
( ); adjudged guilty, fined$334, Billy Gene McAlpine DWLS; pay. Walter B. Eleazer,III pled no con- "The Country Store For More"
license suspended six months, must $35 cost. test to failure to pay civil penalty(no Open 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m.Won.. thru. Sat.
attend driving while intoxicated Ricky Carl Norman guilty DWLS; boat registration $25); ordered to Compare Our Prices & Save//////
fined $59.25, Salvation Army super- $25 cost.Jeffery -
(DWI)1 school, complete 50 hours pay
community service work under vision. Allan Starling pled no con- We Accept USDA.Food Stamps
supervision of Salvation Army. Don H. Crawford guilty DWLS; test to consuming alcohol in public;
Pernell Wade Williams pled guilty fined $59.25.Sandra placed on six months court proba- CELEBRATE.
driving while license suspended Dianne Green guilty tion, must violate no laws, pay $50 .
(DWLS); fined $85.50. NVDL; fined $59.25. cost. .
Williams pled guilty improper Rufus Donley guilty DWLS; fined Pernell Wade Williams pled guilty 4"1 TH
tag; fined$55.25. $59.25. to possession of cannabis; sentencedto .
James C. McNeal' pled guilty Steven Dobbs charged with five days in jail, fined $134.
DWLS; fined$59.23. NVDL; adjudication withheld, $25 Geneva L. Hodges pled guilty to (, >;'.
William Charles Rhoden pled guil- cost. worthless check; placed on 30 days ;
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ty DWLS; fined$59.25. court probation, must pay $25 cost J'f\) \ ., \,, WITH
Timothy A. Thornton pled guitn' Misdemeanor Court plus make restitution. '" --"
"1"0'.' "!::: $:;J. Receiving final disposition in Hodges pled guilty to worthless
Stantey Mathew Wilkinson charged Bradford County MisdemeanorCourt check; placed on 30 days court pro- Dynamite Buys. .
with NVDL; adjudication June 17 were the following baton, must make restitution plus
withheld, case dismissed. defendants. pay $25 cost.Charles I
Clayton E.Anderson charged with James Eugene Barness charged Thomas Ledbetter guiltyof 'i(
improper driver license; adjudica- with fishing without a license; pro- $85.50.disorderly intoxication; fined MEAT '* I I

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Family Pak Specials Small Baby '

I' Girl Scout News I 1.29Lb. SpareRibs

GROUND CHUCK. . .
\. ,_, "" I which was given leaders in the formof RJE Complex, First Methodist
pins, favors and door prizes. Church, Smyrna Baptist Church, CUBE STEAK. . 1.99,
(.\\IRtS; ; ( .q'tSI :, Out-going neighborhood chairman Masonic Lodge, SmaMWorld Day
I Diane Tierney was given a G. S. mug Care Lake Butler High School CHARCOAL STEAK. 1.99Lb. 1-89
and flower arrangement in appreciation Hampton Elementary Cafeteria andin Lb '
of three years of service.All private homes. We appreciateeach DELMONICO STEAK. 3. 99Lb. : I
Neyati Smile CampA Service Team members were sponsor. ..ic. .
Big Success given G.S.pens with thanks for their Thanks to Thomas Auto Parts, COUNTRY STYLE RIBS 1.19 ""V
extra hours of service. Acme Hardware, Sunshine Electric Lb. V ::!-
Neyati Smile Camp June 10 Cluster Chairmen were given tote and Southern Industries for their recent .
through 14 was a big success,according bags to help them haul their donations, were able to finish Boneless
to campers and staff.A resources in. the year in the black, (which is the 1.79Lb.Boneless
Mini-Aqua Theme was used for During the evening Leader best color next to green), thanks for ROUND STEAK. . .
the 34 campers (scouts and non- Recognition Pins were given to your support. Boneless ROUND ROAST. 1.59Lb.
scouts from 3rd and 4th grades).The Laurie Mullins, Carolyn Eaves for .
camp was under the direction of six years; Diane for five years; SIRLOIN STEAK. 2.99
99c
Shannon Abrams and Senior Troop Kathy Hobbs, Betsy Hersey, Mary Adults NeededTo . BOSTON BUTTS. .. Lb.
669. Stephanie Dukes was, in chargeof Looney, Willie Mae Randolph, Work With
crafts with Ros Lennon helping. Beulah Lennon, Elizabeth Walker,
Marion Sutton was in charge of sing- Joyce Sutton for four years; Judy Girl Scouts ..... *: Grade A Ground
ing and campcraft with Dana Adkins Dukes, Andrea Abrams for three Today's young 'girl approaching /
and Kim Dukes in charge of games. years; Catherine Hicks, Regina womanhood' faces decisions on Fryer11
Kathy Hobbs and Theresa Ricks Price, Ann Davis Gary Davis for drugs, alcohol,early sexual involve- :: BEEF 9 .9010 Lbs.
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were lifeguards for the camp. Other two years; and Peg Trimble,Wanda ment,pregnancy-abortion and many .* \\\ LEGQUARTERS
staffers included Senior scouts Bolin, Diane Moody received their other realities. Girl Scouting helps S. > .
Nicole Johnson, Lisa Tierney, Missy pins. Congratulations and thanks fora that young girl, develop a positive Turkey
Price, Yvonne Bobo, Mikki Robinson job well done.Thanks self-image so that her decisions will $tsage '
Val Randolph and Cadettes be constructive rather than destruc- \t:. DRUMSTICKS 3.90iou, '
Sarah Douglas,and Angela Parrish. tive. We need adult friends, male 10 Lbs. 3.90
Judy Dukes,Debbie Broome,Laurie and female, to help us deliver our
Mullins and busdriver Margie Wade SponsorsA program to more girls. Do you havea Hamburger GreenMu'L
\ rounded out the staff. big thank you to all the sponsorsfor few hours a week to give to them? *! *
The daily schedule included sing- the past vear.especially to those It will be time well spend. PATTIES PEANUTS 7.501oLhs.
ing, flag, crafts and campcraft, who provided meeting places. Girl Call Carolyn Eaves at 964-5812 or .ET
sports, swimming and canoe with Scouts met all over BU counties this Gateway Girl Scout Council, at
snacks(Girl Scout cookies) plenty. year; at Lawtey Elementary School, 388.4653 to find out how you can help. 6.90 10 Lbs. 6.90"Pi'cniC
The. campcraft included learning 4 10 Lbs.
More about first aid knots'ufotvputting' -- I
;up and taking down tents, .
firebuilding, cooking (Knights, Charlie sez: :

hiking.walking salad,pudding in a bag)and Beginning Tuesday, July 9, our Parts and Service Supplies

The campers also enjoyed a canoe Dept. will be open til 8:30: p.m. (Tuesday
trip to the Blanding camp area and a Kraft -
bus trip to St. Augustine to the Old only) to better serve our customers. 2 Liter Van CampsPEPSI
Fort, a picnic at Anastasia and
wading and shellling on the beach. BBO Pork.
Crafts enjoyed by the campers In- 8.80/0 .
cluded nature bouquets, name tags, Financing
kites, sand paintings. SAUCE _l .

1985 New Chevy C10AT 99 18 Oz. Jar WJCl & Beans ,

Cadettes'to Busch V-8, Heavy Duty Pkg. No. 5143 2 I '
6-Pack 1
Cadette Troop 520 ended their 1 19 2 89 : i
scout year with a very successful IPEPSIJ For
trip to Tampa June 6 to 9th where $19500 PEPSI!
they visited Busch Gardens, Adven- w&G&Ji Golden FlakeCHIPS 16 Oz. Cans ,
ture Island and Circus World on ..
their way home.Enjoying Over 30 Trucks to Choose From Hot Dog
the Cadettes
trip were 1 7 9 & Hamburger
Yolanda Tyson Sabrina Smith, :
Missy Price, Mikki Robinson, 1985 Corvette
Regina Snell, Kim Hampton, Sarah | C BUNS 2/100
Douglas, Stephanie Gainey, Melissa All the Toys Light Blue 89 i !
Hislop, Missy Davis, Lori Mann, Pack
Tawanda Tyson,Eyvette Covington, Save $3,00000 "td C um144tw'cfeU)
Angela Parrish,Viva Riley, Carolynand

Yawn.Carmen Eaves and Lila Rae 1985 ToronadoNo. [; D' @[IDM@rn
Unable to make the trip was the '
leader Joyce Sutton and Cadette 5051 Loaded with all the GoodiesSave .
Cathy Hepburn, both were South CarolinaPEACHES Crimson Sweet
hospitalized. They were missed and Over *2.500 CUKES
we are glad they are improved and WATERMELONS39C
out of the .
hospital.CadetteSenior '8888 Cash Selling Price '1,000 down cash or trade. 48 6 89 '

Bridging mos. with approved credit plus tax & He. 8.8 A.P.R. Lb. For -99 Each

Senior.Troop 669 entertained the *
California
bridging Cadettes, their mothers LEASE SPECIALS Golden Queen
and friends at a dinner Tuesday TOMATOES6Ears
evening June 4, in Fellowship Hai). 1985 Celebrity Sedans CORN LETTUCE
The tables were covered with gold
coths with centerpieces, made by Nos. 5472 5404 5308 5307 49C 39C
the scouts, of gold and rust burlap 89 Head Lb.
flowers on each table. 9
During the evening a Court of $ U 9 29 -

Silver Awards Awards was held.were Receiving Valerie their Ran- Month -- SEAFOOD BUYS --

had dolph written and Rosaland words to a Lennon.song as part Ros 48-Month Lease, Small Security Deposit and First Payment Due at Snow CrabCLUSTERS Sea TroutFILETS

I of her challenage, which everyone Closing with Approved Credit plus tax and Pcenie. -
I sang during the program.All OYSTERS
Seniors received their patches, LAKE CHEVY OLDS:

pins year.and Seniors badges Stephanie earned during Dukes the, We Sell the Best For Less 11.99

Tierney Marion Sutton, Dana,Nicole Adkins Johnson, Shannon,Lisa '85 F250 P.U . . . . . 9788 Bushel 2.99 Lb. I .7 9 ,

Abrams, Rosaland and Valerie '83 Monte Carlo. . . . . 5488 .

Colleen welcomed Neary Cadettes, Kim Mikki Dukes Robinson, Yvonne, '81 Malibu. . . . . . 3388 Let Norman's Cook for Mom this/ Thursday I -

Bobo,Missy Price and Yiva Riley to '80 Marquis. . . . . 3288
the troop, presenting each with a
rosebud. 79 Line. Continental. . . . 4788 & CHICKENS

'79 Dodge Conversion. . . . 3488 I '
Leader Awards
Leaders in Bradford-Union '83 K-10 4x4 Chevy . . . . 9588 I 2.49o h

Neighborhood were recognized at
i the Awards Dinner May 16, in RIBS
Fellowship Hall. The potatosaladbar '"
i dinner was catered by Oleeta
Hardenbrook topped off with = 7.99
strawberry shortcake. Delicious as Slab7n
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usual, thanks Oleeta and Eoline. :
Many thanks to all the leaders, PORK BUTTS
assistants parents and friends who /
helped make this a very successful 11 I I I
for BU scouting. The theme
year fiucuv nine 1.99Lb.t
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carried out was 'We Found a New .
W(rld' using the hot air balloon






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