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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 2, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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LIBRARY OF f'KY LIBRARY
FLORIDA HISTORY
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thundershowers is predicted. SECTION .: 12 ...... cterapbUS3015
Extended forecast, Friday through Sunday, should be a little July4tvnt* . .. 1, 12.
cooler, with highs in the 90's and lows in the 70's. Partly cloudy, Virginia en.r.; .. . .. . 3S

with scattered showers a real possibility Saturday, July 4. Impact Ar.......... .. . .. ,,41
First quarter moon, Saturday, July 4, and a full moon July 11. Now Sd... S-B
Rainfall at the three Bradford County fire towers for the month of Claulflad A.. : : : : : : : : :: : : :::7-H

June has been: New River, on SR-l00\r 2.58 in.; Santa Fe, on Tennis Toumay.. .. fS
.11 In.; Highlands, on US-301N, 2.15 in. The 30 year Command Chang*.: .. : : : : : : : : :.ft The Sweetest Strawberries _This. _JO f..Heaven

average rainfall has been, June,7.07 in.,July,7.99 in.,Aug.,8.10 in. A.*. Paatht. ... . . . 10S 109th VVar STAKKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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UhAL1f- Contract Signed to Renovate Downtown Starkeby I



" -- Tuesday night, "Paperwork will the available funds by substantial within the time frame allowed in the for the city to contribute $21,500 to
Buster Rahn begin tomorrow (July 1), if the con- amounts. A second bid invitationwas grant. the project, and for Mayor Silcox to
Lawtey Trash... BCT Staff Writer flanked tract is signed tonight." called,with only Columbia Paving The group met with Columbia .'sign the.contract.
Garbage will be in the Mayor Vernon Silcox, by The contract agreement is the Co. responding, with the bid Paving Co, and reached an agreement .
picked up city officials, signed a $411,000 con-
Phase II.
..
and result of negotiations between Col- amount still exceeding available with some concessions and
Lawtey each Tuesday Friday, Co.
tract with Columbia
Paving ,
announces Clerk Queenle Robinson. umbia Paving Co., PlanCom the funds. modifications. The negotiated con- A public hearing was held in connection -
This is a change from Mondayand Lake downtown City, to begin renovation of the grant administrator, the downtown tract amount is $411,000. It will,be with phase II of the -:
area. council and commissioners. Linda funded with grant funds of downtown revitalization project, in
Friday pick up days.Hollingsworth The contract was signed in the cityclerk's city i Day, grants administrator, $359,600
determined, that negotiations are downtown trust funds of$30,000 and which the facades of most of the 28
Visit... office, following a special The Contract... 1 legal, under the circumstances, and city funds of $21,500. buildings fronting Call St. are to be
meeting of the city council,Tuesday,
The is scheduled for
Officials were disappointed when recommended meeting with all in- job completion -
Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth, June 30. only two bids were received for the terested persons in reaching an by the end of the year;

his D-Lake legislatives City, announces aides, Jack that Vinson he or for Columbia Paving said a Co.spokesman stated first bid opening, and both exceeded agreement to get the work done, Motions were made and passed 5-0_ (See DT Contract..p.3A)

and Karen Camechis, plan a July 9
visit here as part of a visit
throughout Florida Senate District :
'
5 to discuss and assist individuals, E .... .. .' r' Food
organizations, and county govern- '; ,:," -
ments with problems on the state ,
government level.
The schedule calls for Sen. Holl-
-
ingsworth or his aides to be at the
Bradford County courthouse from

10:30( a.m. until noon July 9, and at Lion
the Union County courthouse from

l-3O3pm.( .

Child Care Course... ftzrJ; !=: : Y

The Bradford Community .
Education announces a Child Care
Certification Course will be offeredat DealBrews
the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech

Center, beginning July 8. I
It is a 20 hour course for child

care workers, presented in 5 four
hour sessions. Cost of course, In-
cluding text book, is $11.30.
Register by July 7. Call 9646150for
further information.


Summer Jobs... i by Buster Rahn
5* <3S2SSafliS*
BCT Staff WriterIs
for JTPA/Summer
Applications Food Lion coming to Starke?
Youth Employment Program are ;;.
available at the local Job Service Food Lion is not talking, but
Office at the Bradford-Union Vo- .':;- :::-r.. something is brewing.The .
Tech Center ..
Applicants must be economically ..- John S. Clark ConstructionCo.

disadvantaged, 14 through 21 yearsof .' ., a building contractor head-

age, and a Bradford County resident .," .- .... quartered in Winston Salem, N.C.,
For more information, call .' has filed a preliminary site plan with
the Job Service Office, Monday- the local zoning office, in which a

Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m., 9648092. .... .. center" portion is ear-marked "Food
Lion. The Clark company is a major -

Square Dance... it' i4tvgf.RS.. .4...., ,.,, 5. : ,". building contractor for Food
eM Lion, according to Assistant Zoning
Plus Level square dance Instruc- Director Janet Turner.

tion is available each Tuesday in Property-'owners ,in the area
4hr Kingsley Lake Civic Center,'
contacts by a realtor offering
report
from 8.10 p.m., with Ken Perez, to sell or contracts for deed. ,
caller. For additional informationcall Nothing has been recorded in the
9647955. .. jIip4'
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courthouse property
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Humane Society... Bradford County Development

.. -. ..... Authority, said he has been con-
The Bradford Humane Society .- .**kt5rs -. '- -- -
realtor in reference to
tacted by a
meets the first Thursday of each -
...
month at 7:30p.m. in the First --, ........ .....- .. ..- :.."....... getting Edwards Florida Rock's Road cement moved planton into

Presbyterian Church, opposite the -.- ............' Starke's new industrial park.
hospital.
New members welcome. The site plan portrays four storesin

a group, with the center 25,000 sq.
feet marked "Food Lion," one
Meals...
Free marked "Dru ," and the remainingtwo

Senior Citizens- 60 and over: shown as''shops."
Free meals. Suwannee River t Two men, Jack George of John S.

Economic Council, Inc. 134 South 5 M. Clark Co., and Morris Pendleton,
St, Starke, serves a nutritionally who will be the job supervisor,
balanced meal, Monday-Friday, ex- 1 visited last week in the local zoning
cept holidays. office and left the site plan, accor-
ding to Ms. Turner.
Call-In Program... The site plan shows a proposed
shopping center to be in the corner of
A morning call-in service to US-301S and Edwards Road, now oc-
assist senior citizens who are aloneis cupied by the Florida Rock concrete

offered by the Starke Police plant, and other properties frontingon
Department, according to Chief US-301. The site plan shows the
-
Jimmy Bowen. ST9fcSf%* building complex occupying the
T) become involved in the program J? .. area where the concrete plant is
a citizen is asked to register located, and extending
t29fcM5i-9%''" presently
fcM
with the Police Department, then eastward to US-301, from Edwards
call In before 10 a.m. each day. V. r"-e Road north to Wendy's, and includesthe
After 10 the Police Dept. will J'"
a.m former service station now occupied -
.
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check on those citizens who have ,- <:-:' !" by Marion Tire Co.
not called in. If there is no answer, _" c' .
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officer will visit the ; -, -
a police -. The Bradford County Development
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residence. Authority is seeking to rezone
Chief Bowen reminds the public five acres in the Industrial Park for
that the service is available. and scheduledfor
the cement plant, was
How Great It Is... a June 25 hearing before the city

No Job, No Skill... Every year local youngsters get a chance to learn how to swim In the Run under the Community Education Program, the swimming program zoning board, but only two of the
-Training slots are school board's summer swimming program at Kingsley Lake. costs the school system from $8.500 to$9.000 for Instructors and bus seven zoning board members show-
available health occupations, Bottom left Instructor Sandra Duncan teaches the beginning swimm- drivers.About$3.000 was collected in fees, $10 per student or$30 per fami- ed up for the meeting.To .

plumbing, welding, business- ing class their P and Q's of water safety. Bottom right Instructor ly.It should expedite a decision, a special
child In the county
clerical, auto mechanic and other Ramona Jordan leads a group of advanced swimmers Into deeper water is the school board's philosophy that every meeting has been set by the zoning

skills for men and women ages 18 for lessons In life saving and swimming technique. have an opportunity to learn how to swim. last week were Sandra board for Thursday July 16, to con-
through 2LObtain 153 students signed up for the summer swim program,and between 116 Instructors for the two-week session completed Shaw sider the rezoning request.
S1Edith ;
a GED, earn spending and 130 attended each day.School buses picked the students up at elemen- Duncan, Carole Hardln. Ramona Jordan, Dorothy
Jennifer Joe Watson, Margaret Williams, and a_ vy Wlnkler.
money and savings money and tary schools.A Vaughn See( Food Lion..p.2A)
make a good life for yourself.

Room and board, clothing

and allowance dental, care transportation will be provided.For medical. Scheduleposition I
N-I
New
more information, visit the Meeting; Set at 6 p.m. Today on Salary

Job Service Office at 1430 South .

First Street, Lake City, or phone special school board meeting is meeting Monday that the N-I salary Hall also said the "personnelman" Member Evelyn Chastain', speaking ? The current schedule
Irene Pearce at 7523121.Upcoming. set at 6 p.m. today (Thursday, July problem does need to be studied. needs to be involved in setting up for the first time."That's needs consistency. Some Bradford
said than
2) at which Supt. Jim Duncan is sup- Board member want to eventually the new salaries. Supt. Duncan said, one salary schedule, N-I employees make far more
posed to present a lowered non- abolish the current salary schedule "I know who that is..me! Administrator Hall. in other counties, he added.
... be classified as dif- Air-conditioning and maintenance
who N-I jobs can
Instructional (N-I salary schedule with steps and supposed job Dewey McKinney,
aides said his raise is
Thursday, July 2, a "surprise" for employees not yet hired. capability. There is no basis for be- is personnel director, is on vacationnow ferent jobs such as library man Gene Tanner
could be the new N-I not than else's, even
specified more anyone
program for youngsters 6-12 will beheld Board members removed from 7 rather than Step 3. N-I Duncan said.. and it the I. weekends for
salaries won't into he works paid
at the library, as part of the the table the 10 extra non- have risen with experience Board member Schlofman was employees go Chas' though
Ms. audit course
1987 summer program.BC instructional positions Supt. Duncan allowed to be brought in, by the step looking for support for his salary classroom, pointed out an energy lock training school
himself went to repair : ,
School Board will meet before school starts well raises given reduction and the board ,
wants to hire as as by proposal tain.The N-I chart Is set and construction of new
tonight (Thursday, July 2) to set this fall/ and used that as the carrotto process school boards. voted 5-0 for his motion to have the way the salary supervised hisqualification
board saying
school negotiates Tanner was
for non-Instructional Supt. the salaries total some $3 make the salary up now the walkways.
salaries per- get ;: Duncan to propose N-I now superintendent up There is should result in higher
future employees
sonnel. Meeting begins at 6 p.m. new base salary schedule. million, and that's a big expense, schedule. raises for : makes
said he $2
base beginning
a. Tanner per
set ,
Lawtey city council meets Mon- Assuring current N-I employeestheir Supt. Duncan has pointed out.' The vote came after a lengthy a need to a pay. he
when
It was
and to not change every hour less than
da}'. July 6, at 7:30 p.m in city salaries won't be cut or frozen, Board member Len Schiolman, discussion, with anybody who salary, Chastain. who started four
said Ms. teaching. People
the school board Monday night,June who proposed the salary changes, wanted to comment getting repeated year, In the cur- right close to his
disparity are
hall.BC is much ago
There
commissioners meet Monday 29, threw the problem of trimming pointed out that some N-I salariesare opportunities to speak on the issue. rent N-I salary steps, which jump' years salary Tanner said.That' .
July 6, at 9:30: a.m., in the cour- future N-I salaries right back Into much higher than surrounding current different amounts step, said why there should be a
N-I but others such as bus Chairman Hall called the per
thouse. the lap of Supt. Duncan.Some 20 counties, Schlofman.
Pre-schoolers, age to 6 years, will employees attended the meeting and drivers, custodians, and cafeteria salary schedule "...is a complicated Supt. Duncan.he feels The long superintendentsaid time N-I range. J.E.set Mott for,a assistant job, said operations

make paper frogs In the library many agreed with the board that workers, are lower."I system no" one seems to haven't gotten the benefit director said there should be
summer program, Tuesday, July 7, future N-I Jobs with less responsibility think we need to be fair to aU understand. employees } "How doI
should out of the current salary Criteria for a Job.He asked
said Schlofman. "We can do more surveys, but we they
10 a.m. do need to be created.. employees, in.. should
schedule because of the increases know when somebody move
need to do something Schlofman
Starke city council meets Tuesday N-I salaries here currently rank "
have
July 7, in city hall, 7:30 p.m. second In the state, and are higher Back to Duncan... said. the been base.limited Top to paid 2 or employees 3 percent Uv' up Ms.a step Chastain suggested evalua-

Both city and county zoning than Santa Fe Community College In the discussion about how to go Chairman Hall said he has no level problem creases, he pointed out, Uons and high pay for longevity.
with setting entry
boards have scheduled meetingsfor or State of Florida. Bradford about establishing a new N-I salary board "That's not fair," pointed out,, Maybe para-prefeseionals should
salaries, but questioned if the
Thursday, July 16. The county teacher salaries rank second from schedule: Chairman Rodney Hall for Schlofman. be paid by what they do, suggested.
board of adjustment will meet at 6 the bottom in the state. pointed out It Is the superintendent's could have two salary schedules Supt. Duncan asked, can a rangeof
p.m. Both zoning boards have Several N-I employees told school: responsibility, by law, to make N-I employees said Board salaries be established for each (see N-I Salaries..p.3A)
scheduled meetings for 7 p.m. board members following the hour recommendations to the board. "Teachers do,




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City Zoning Meet Reset for July 16,




Snafu Delays Controversial ItemsPeople


filled the meeting room when presented with no recommendation Georgia Tech University in Atlanta.
!overflowed into the city hall lobby to return the problem to the Agnes (Mrs. Bobby) Sapp appeared -
.. but found only Starke zoning zoning board. at the abortive zoning
board! members Sam Bassctt and There was some discussion of having meeting and said the Sapps proposeto
JuUu*Royal facing them last Thursday the zoning cases presented, but have a nice trailer park with 75
night June 25Laakmgaquorum.. that ceased when Lex Johns asked if units being phased in over a year.
,no action could one side was to be heard,why not the Mrs. Sapp said the entrance to the
bv tattenv ana the meeting was finally other? Director O'Neal, repeatedly proposed park will be via Thomas
l : called oft:after nearly an hour of apologizing for the lack of a zoning Street, not Mimosa Drive as statedin
tI inconclusive discussion.Four zoning board quorum, said he has been on the June 25 edition of The
matters, more controversial and the phone with Belco Enterprisesand Telegraph.
probably more important than that the Andrews had decidednot Only some 11 acres are useable
; uauali\,were to have been discussed. to appear with no quorum present because two utility easements held
j The snafu delayed final approval O'Neal said it was probablybest by Florida Power&Light and the Ci-
or rejection!of:four zoning requests to adjourn because no recommendation ty of Starke cross the property.
aft J least until the July 21 city commission could be made without at
} ,+w,. meeting.. A special zoning least 4 of the 7 zoning board Orange St. Shops...?
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.. ._: \: board! meeting isbeing set up for 7num. members. Belco Enterprises, owned by Guy
"m' I! .July 1C for presentation to the and Tom Andrews, is requesting the
Girls Boys Staters city commission> for final approvalat Time of Essence... re-zoning of 236 acres at the in-
it!*July 21! meeting.The meeting "We are under a time constraint," tersection of Orange and Madison
I Jodie Jennifer and Jason Brown after returning mixed triplet fcave attanriM IIbe Cart:State ami... must be readvertised, at the city's said the Chamber's Chuck Streets, from residential-
from Tallahassee. This may be the first time a set of By State pr gi-E1aut1a.. espense 1C the advertisement is in McKeown, and asked that another professional to Community Com-
Ote July: edition of The Telegraph meeting be set as soon as possible. mercial District,B-2.Buildings have
it!allows the required 15 days before McKeown is interested In having a been removed from the property,
Ote July 18 meeting. parcel in the city's industrial park and commercial structures are expected -
Girls-Boys Staters Have Busy WeekIn The controversial zoning matters reclassified from light industrial to be erected across from the
I are1;Ii a mobile home park east (1-1) to heavy industrial (1-2) for a new Winn-Dixie Store.
off Old!Lawtey Road and adjacent to new concrete plant to be built by
tltanorth:bank of:Alligator Creek,2) Florida Rock. SR-16 West. Density...
Americanism Program in Tallahassee to increase the of
;a request density Guy and Julia Forsythe are requesting -
residential:housing on SR-16 west in Mobile Home Park... an increase in allowable
by Joe GissyBCT of the School Board for Her county, Party nrhn csmnmittae dtrew un ;at ;9 now vacant area inside the city Olan W.Barton of 308 N. Christian density of residences on 11.6 acres
Staff Writer and was a nominee for Commissioner Itu' adexeiom'ofwtludbIhllkwoulmbe limits-and on the east side of SR-16 Street Starke is requesting the adjacent to, and on the east side of
Jennifer, Jason, and Jody Brown of Education at the National debated on tttae IbftBlhcaMe sejfotlmat&saD 39)!)):zoning for a string of retail shops rezoning of 18 acres of city property SR-16W which runs in a northerly
have Just completed a week-long level. Jennifer also sang in the Glee sioina"'Jiatlusaid.Amemranam east at Winn-Dixie's Marketplace on lying south of SR-16 and east of Old direction at that point,and just northof
session In Tallahassee,participatingin Club Chorus while at Girl's State. : ? and! at ttte west! side of Orange Street by Lawtey Road and would lie on the Evergreen Street.
the American Legion Boy's State Jody and Jason attended Boy1 Book at tube tminies of gawaramuuX Bfelco) Enterprises, and 4) a move south side of Thomas Street if The land is presently zoned R1A,
and Girl's State programs. State a week later,and were housed are She igoaite off?the gmqeiaaa.Jbaam filled!with commercial implications Thomas was extended east. Thomas meaning each residential lot must
Jennifer was one of over 300 girls in Kellum Hall also on the FSU itfae... aBharmmnntBisa.American e mm of Ibnda Rock's cement plant from St.will be used to enter the property.The contain at least 15,000 sq. ft., or less
from all over Florida, who were campus, with a group ofl over 3iOO oaged .11IMiII1IIIfMII'JboiII aG 1IIbe EdwardsRoad: : to the city's in- former home of the late Ruby than three lots to the acre. The request
housed in Murphy Hall on the FSU boys from all over Florida. stag on ate some maoneiragain. -park. Mae Perkins, a long-time school to rezone to RIB will reduce
campus June 14-20."Breakfast at Jason was elected City Councilman ."* Only the proposed mobile home teacher, lies in the NE corner of the minimum lot size to 10,000 sq. ft. to
6:00: ,and a full schedule of activities, of Boy's City,a County Com Jtt was a"Vranrflaillul t etnnce' park was discussed, prior to the ar- property. The south side of the 18 the acre, or slightly more than four
kept us busy all day," said Jennifer. missioner of Navy County, and wasa said all Where "dMnjpe i'1IIatDIIJr Wall oC Director Darrell O'Neal, acres, of mostly impenetrable lots to the acre, if approved.An acre
"Most of the activity during the federal nominee for the Commissioner was:the sally nnenawr sit abe oanuiettwtoe who suggested the meeting be underbrush now, borders the north contains 43,560 sq. ft.
week is at the Capitol, where mock of Education. did!oat speak ait legislative sessions are carried out. Jodie was City Councilman nf :* .- Gwuemmr Sttarttmn: aJso ate zoning board members in an effort across the creek from the two area residents in opposition to the
In elections held early in the week, Johnson City County Commissioner I was a !sgaBBfeET, anti Dtoglle Conner: to assure a quorum for the July Mimosa Drives and a single family rezoning.
Jennifer was elected to her City of Army county and on the platform QrimlesrmretaSJ4arudhmuiatmtheead IS i meeting;but told the crowd there residential subdivision off Bessent -
Commission,. was elected Chairman committee 01 the Nationalist ,gaawanatidi ;. is;guarantee of a quorum. Road." Cement Plant Move...

The director pointed out the zoning If the rezoning is approved, from Bradford County Development
board!! members are unpaid. One RlC. a residential classification Authority is seeking to rezone approximately -
person shot back,. "They took the which allows mobile homes on 7,500 five acres in the industrial
= foot lots to RM-2 mobile from Industrial I to Industrial -
I lob didJrll they? square a park
w Neal said it is an important home park. Barton plans to sell the II, to accomodate the mov-
meeting: and; the zoning board's property to Bobby Sapp, a Bradford ing of the Florida Rock's concrete
recommendation is needed. Themwsrnano native who now manages the Fair plant from Edwards Road to the in-

People believe If your upper lip ttche you will be U>.... *Hf_.__.*.. ..... hortv ha been known. mont Hotel across the street from dustrialpark.

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CITY ; Waste Assessment




FISH & MEAT MARKET Work is OrderedA

Hwy 16 I L! 1Ir wnIee'"
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Open All DcIy .. solid waste assessment ordinance new landfill? The closing of the
July+thHEi.P ...... and a suggested rate present landfill is expected in two
schedule: by July 31 has been asked years or less.Land must be purchased -
for by the Bradford County Commis- and prepared for a new landfill.
Total costs could exceed $1 million,

sion.Meeting In special session June 25, O'Neal" said. .*
after realizing the.new county law Commissioners Instructed at-
EOT 1 and solid waste assessment must be torney Flynn to set up a special tax
', readied soon if bills are going out in district, which allows assessmentsin
p "" November tax notices, the commis- all parts of the district,as opposedto
sion put County attorney Reggie a muniscipal service benefit unit
roa Flynn and Solid Waste Director Dar- which allows counties to charge for
rell O'Neal to work with the July 31 services like the municipalities but
deadline. Attorney Flynn said he only in unincorporated areas. A
will have no trouble preparing the special taxing district allows the
ordinance by the end of the month. county to assess municipalities..
Choice Beef Sale PropertY Appraiser-Jimmy Commissioners also stressed the
Alvarez told the board in a June 16 assessment will be to cover the cost
Lean Tender meeting he expects to have all of operating the landfill, not for having -
mobile homes in the county located garbage picked up.
.1.191Ja.
Hamburger .. .. .. .. .. ... ..... ... e by mid-August or by the end of Commissioner Carter also sug-
solid
August at the latest. gested getting waste assess-
ment ordinances from other coun-
Fresh- 3 DownSpare Appraiser Alvarez must certify ties. "We can't be a pioneer in this
,
the county's rollback millage the thing," Carter said. Somebody
Ribs rate that will raise the same tax should be in the business besides
dollars as last year, by July 1. The Bay and Union counties,Carter said.
commission must reply by July 31 O'Neal said not many counties have
with its proposed new millage.The passed a solid waste assessment or
a' $1.89u. board next meets July 6, and dinance yet.
can pass the proposed assessmentlaw There should be no exemptions to
,advertise it for 15 days and holda the assessment for anybody, in-
Rib Steak a special meeting for final approval. cluding the hospital, churches,
r4 Commissioners are looking at sea schools, or prisons, said Chairman
Or ding out the new assessment noticesin Lawrence Mosley. The chairman in-
the same envelope with the structed O'Neal to prepare rates
Standing $1 98 ._ November property tax bills. based on the simplest method.There
u... Director O'Neal and County Commissioner should be a residential rate, several
Rib Roast Joe Reddick, the board commercial rates for different size
member in charge of the county businesses,and a heavy and light in-
di : landfill this year,are to work out the dustrial rate, Mosley suggested.
8PackPEPSI assessment schedule.Commissioners Commissioners also agreed the
are talking abouta county will assess residents inside
T..G. .." $60 per year, or $5 per month, municipalities, if the towns will approve -
T-Bone assessment. Based on 7,000 that. Or, the town can collect
COLA households $60 per year per the fee and pay the county a lump
Steak .. ...... : household, will raise $420,000. sum figure.
Commissioner Maxie Carter asked Anybody refusing to participate in
$ "Do you>"' that Dan-ell's the fee system can handle their own I,
$2.98 99C: : !:!! budget is almoa.rich as we'll garbage,the commissioners agreed. '
... get from $60 per yean What are weputtin It's a lot of work, but has to be (
aside to close the landfillthen7 done, Chairman Mosley told Direc-
._ tor O'Neal and Attorney Flynn. t
Commissioner Joe Reddick asked, Do it the simplest way, Chairman !
HOG MAWS "What are we putting aside to open a Mosley instructed. I!'


PIG FEET I
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3 Lbs ._..___ ___ IOn
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HAMS Wayne Mason, division presidentfor
Non-committal...
Florida Rock Industries con
In a telephone interview last week firmed his company's interest In
r +. TURKEY $11 00 Food Lion s Mike Mozingo revealed moving the concrete plant Into the
nothing new about plans for a storein Industrial Park, but said other
'WJNGS= Starke, except that completion of negotiations are "too preliminary"to
the warehouse in Green Cove Spr discuss at this time,but plans are
". ings will precede planning for store being discussed for development of
TURKEY NECK sites not yet under way. the property.
In a later telephone interview Properties said to be tied to the
Spencer Storie, vice-president forplanning Food Lion deal include the office
Center CutPork 18 L1a. dk+rt and development, said buildings owned by Gainesville ar-

Boiled chitterlings..x4.90Chops Food Lion has not yet purchased the chitect Craig Salley,the former ser
jrupeity for the warehouse in Clay vice station now occupied by Marion
1 69 Bounty, although the company has Tire, and the concrete plant. Scott
1.98 Ham*. in option on the land. Storie said Whitehead owns the strip of
...... Beef instruction has not begun on the buildings facing Edwards Road con-
warehouse, since the engineering taining Ford's Produce,.Vito's Pizza .
Liver.98 Fresh Medium lepartment has not completed Its The Eyeglass Store, and New
End Cut Whole Method Cleaners and says an optionfor
1/x Cluck
or Shrimp McKeown, director for the first refusal on that property has
PorkChops Pork Loins AJlIIIeat Iradford County Development recently expired but that it may be
Vuthority.said a Gainesville realtor picked up again.
x 1.29 Bolopcl .-.$17'9'$3.98u... alked to him in reference to the Nothing i ill final on the Food Lion
....... x 1 69 ......1Iwy a..t Florida'Rock property. deal, however.Page .
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till"I of Central Telephone scheduled to receive a retuna m the tions in their monthly rates of between -
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Company of Florida (Centel) will form of a credit, in August for the $1.50 and $7.50 due to the
realize a rate reduction of $15 period of 1986, and for Feb. 3, 1987 to elimination of zone charges.In .
million, according to an agreement July 31. 1987. The lowered rates are 1986, Centel spent about $34
approved by the Public Service scheduled to begin in August.In million on construction and modernization
3* Y, Commission, the company announcil projects. The company
J June 23. Starke Lawtey, and KIngsley plans to spend $39 million this yearon
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r Lake the basic residential one-party projects in its service areas.
The PSC ordered rate reduction service will then be$5.49 per month Centers last general rate increasewas
will more than halve base one-party down from $8.55, a reduction of 64 in 1976.Since then,the company
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resinV" and business charges. percent, and the basic business rate has implemented state-of-the-art

"The reason for the reduction"according will be $12.35, down 58.5 per cent technologies such as digital swit
to Sam Wahlen, Centel from $21.10.Customers. ching, fiber optics, and other
general regulatory manager, "is bills, here will be enhanced service features.
that Centel's operating efficienciesonce credited with refunds on 1986 and "Centel and its 1,265 employeesare
again led to earnings that were 1987 overearnings in the amounts of committed to bring quality ser
greater than its allowed rate of approximately $65.00 residential, vice to its Florida customers wth the
... return for 1987.Residential. and$171 business. most modern service available at
and business Some customers in these ex- the lowest possible rates," Wahlen
customers of record May 31 are changes will receive further reduc- said.


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First Customer at New Branch fbnlr.. ..

Nancy Robert*. right is _In.'" as De finI n'rg-..(at Ike CSB feraach in the Marketplace (from page 1A) provide $50,000 for administration, Other Activities...
customer of the c.mmfiIaIe Buk'c new 1iraMtI ate M*...to 4 p...MMMbjp-WedncMlay,!.a.m.toUB. Sp. renovated in keeping with the $25,000 for mid-block lighting, Julie Wise
bank In the Wiu-DUie Marketplace fcy Mary .Ikarato'u4 tfrUay.!.a....to 2 p...Saturday. downtown theme. $60,000 for engineering and $440 000 Com, said the,spokesperson for Plan
manager Judy Padgett. 5enias aYailaWr hchrfr checking.savings accounts Marty Child,with the Jacksonville for actual renovation of building l has been purchased Rosenberg the building
men appi6catia.e,, certificate .* deposit, traveler's engineering firm, Bessent, Hammock facades. ing$60,000 in Phase by city, us-
Margaret Miller, a loagtine emptuye" .f CRB. has dIeds.J: enders cashier's checks Christmas and Ruckman presented There are 21 owners of the 28 .jectarantfunds. I downtown pro-
come out of retirement..wart tm mmiliaty te rrtth r Chut: dipaiiH.salary...Ie.money market accounts. large scale drawings featuring buildings fronting on Call St. said
the new branch bank elf its feet. Master; CIIarp. Vila., 1Ii I..i&My. and loan pay several buildings, typical of the John Miller president of the The building was to be razed,making -
Tellers are Kim Woolvia awl CM*WMte. sires wits downtown scene, providing the proposed Downtown Progress Committee. A additional parking spaces
facades are acceptable.Child poll by PlanCom,the company name available, but sentiment for saving
I proposed a point system for of grant writer Linda Day, found the the building has arisen among the
NC Land Donated in Honor of A.T. Andrews determining the amount to be spenton majority of the owners to be in favorof downtown council members, providing
each building, and presented a new facades. Compliance with the It is structurally sound
Hen Campen Gainesville auctioneer 4-H leader there He grew op in me Andrews B a good friend of George in which awardedon downtown theme will be code enforced -
has donated land North Brooker area 01 Bradford C Noggins retired Bradford County plan points were
in umay. two criteria, the frontage on Call that is, all owners will be required The building is on the Historic
Carolina, valued at $37.000, to the and was :started on ms career inagncautBre Agent,and they worked: together on St., and condition of the building, to participate in the grant Register,and that group will oppose-
Florida 4-H Foundation in honor of by V.R. Ferguson. many projects throughout the years. with a total of 10 points possible. funded project. razing the building,if it is feasible to
A. T. Andrews, his former 4-H retired ag leaetoer at Bradford. High Andrews slates tile proceeds from Under that proposal, each point will The council voted to proceed with save it. Architect Spiros Drivas is
leader. School After loBtaung CKMUege. Andrews the nine donated lots in North equate to some $2,600. the application for the grant, with now examining the building, to
Andrews has retired after 30 years l i.g* tar two years at Carolina "will probably be used to The grant application will request PlanCom, acting as agent for the city determine its structural condition,
service as County Agent of Aiachua Hastings fUg School, before movnoe provide classrooms at various! 4 H the maximum, $575,000, which will and his report will have a bearing on
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County which included serving as to GanneswtlSe as assert! agent. camps 'lIOrtbFlonda-L the final decision.
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SERVI&TAR

(from page IA :

Ms. Vivian Chappell secretary at .
the middle schooL

needs Ms. more Chastain help said: groundskeepers"..everybody Salute to 4th of
July Savings
custodians the salary the teachers.schedule If and we still can:

offer "
a respectable rate..
Mary Cissy, secretary at BMS.
said there should be one salary
schedule, and that the current one

".Tanner..probably fussing said and needs N-I feeling employees adjusting.aggravated alwaysare c Woodlffe' WoodPreservative AVerrnont American, 714"CarbideTipped 11 II

but still will do a good job. Schlof-
man said he's never questioned that. r

Ms.Chastain stated again the base Waterproofs retards swelling,warping
needs to be adjusted downward. I and shrinking. Gallon/clear. 0)00903) Blade '
Board members Jimmy Scott and

Schlofman agreed. Schlofman said r $9g 7/ /: rs General purpose 16-tooth blade forSPECIAL
he wanted a vote, one way or + particle board, heavy-duty framing,
another, adding he'd move to take PRICE rough-cutting plywood,chipboard,
the N-I staffing chart off the table if rrf LeSJI!' s composition board. #27150
Supt. Duncan would promise to mail-in rrebateS2.OO
come up with a salary sc wide.
$ 99
That would allow Duncan to look for $99 .

new If the employees board waits, Schlofman until July said.20 to L I t : _, Al rebate Vtgr, PRICE SPECIAL .., '

meet,then has to advertise would Reboot IhTNtt:2 per:household
be within two weeks of school star-
ting before Duncan would nave approval jausua.
to begin hiring pointed out 1 Dual Burner
Operations Director Lennard i Gas Grill Wonder Bar Prying ToolFeanaesLr.AWatpuefrbuttongitorstecool
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Register.NI
Elbert Hersey % s Handy tool for prying pulling and lifting 12V4"
employee forged steel bar with two beveled nail slots.
reiterated that the board needs to set f hantf. *and cftrome-plaud cooking grid.24.000 BTU. 55-515
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criteria for jobs if it is going to i' I Sam asaernlMy req ur dL 9097 '
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change salaries. 4 $." \99 $..JIII..9
That's the problem now-too many ..
SPECIAL PRICE
said ; I ;'
jobs and too few bodies SPECIAL PRICE
Register. rr

Ms."That's Chastain.what we're"Can't saying.you"said use CMKTEM Chef ShoP': 3-Piece WEISER LOCK'Polished Brass

another body at a lower hourly
rate?" Ai r Barbecue Tool Set Entry Lockset

"Yes, maam." said Register. tautitod ssamfew sacel utensils.....extra long oak Interior has push Knob.Latch reverses to fit right
Schlofman's motion for the -. andhML,SpafciHa.Kmgs.(tor*.#73-O33 and left hand doors. Standard 2%" backset.
and personnel A500DLB3VP
manager superintendent to construct a new salary $,., 99 $ 99

hires schedule any before new personnel the superintendent passed fH>. ,, fSPECIAL PRICE ..., .r SPECIAL PRICE 14HeavyDuty ,


2 New Administrators.. ...
CordlessOIIUCN&DE 18" Shrub $ !
SPECIAL JI899
The board approved Supt. Dun
can's recommendations two new Grass shears & Hedge PRICE '
administrators.Ms. .
county-wide Trimmer
maianrlbaauryckar9lersdMasafetylockswnch.MEGSI
Denise Adams speech o Trams up to SO rnmudes on a full charge' ).Comes with ::1: 00
therapist, is the new coordinator of Double-edged retoato Pctaon.Wrap' e
blades cut in any

exceptionaleducatioo.Ms. Eugenia Whitehad. amartant $2199 around handle for After $3399
principal at Southside Elementary SPECIAL PRICE easy control.#8134 rebate
is the new director of student ser

vices. 141p .ROST-OUUM'
Spray Paint
I 20" Portable Fan
New Officers Installed / Gives long-lasting beauty and protection to
i grilles and I Mad* Siml cas*with baked .." metal surfaces. Rusty metal primer and topcoat
namel IIIItIIL 2-speod.474 colors gloss black or white. 12 oz. #7769.79,92 .

By Legion, Auxiliary I'1II Ji $4' >99Ptaftc < $. 49 _; r

Charles Schaefer was installed as 111 SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE each
commander of American Legion
Post No. 56 in ceremonies Tuesday
night,June 23.
Ms. Antoinette COBS was metalledas Kenco 50' Deluxe
president of Unit 56 of the NoPesfStripInsecticide SPfClAl$1199
Garden Hose
American Legion Auxiliary.It was a U
joint at the Post '' Best quality.4-ply nylon Less mf ,
Home on Edwards !.-- eo.---lIDlkllltII..moequatO for r7"1 tire cord reinforced hose mail-In $:,. 00
epa4araaraNaanss. wltheupernexibality. rebate .
Incoming officers for Auxiliary Buret resistant to over ,
Unit 56 are- President Antoinette $249 500 psi.Heavy-duty After $&&9.
Coss. Vice-President Mary G 8y. SPECIAL PRICE brass couplings. rebate
Historian #2600
2nd V-P Violet Crosby.
Mary Brown. Secretary Laura
Ritch Treasurer VI Stalling, Sgt- .........CIeaIJIs....,''fImI at-Arms Muriel Gilhooly and tndvdud0ta.ssssysanshsltalaeu, ''tf----- ac partopadnj stores.
Chaplain Lucille Stieh. Some flcta.my moM. sans_ -J.
cask antf cany lon ''-'.
Installing officer was Genevieve
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Norris 4th District President. Other d k c
guests from out of town were:Helen
Deethardt, 4th district Secretary Hardware Lumber Home Centers
and Past Department President

and Chaolain.Valeria Deas 4th district ACME HARDWARE &

Officers installed for the Port S4

are Schaefer.: Commander Adjutant Donna Charles Wade.J. BUILDERS!l SUPPLY

ViceC..omm..ndHIrfarviD Stalling"*. V flMHV HH mmumim VBRdBI nmv m
Second Vice-Commander John 301 East Call Street
Officer Joe
Wadovsky. Finance We help
can
Cissy. Chaplain Carlos Hess ,
i ,'d i.
STARKE
Jimmy Historian Jerry Service. SgttAnn Officer ,

Bill Haas. It'\ '. ,} .I "

It is wits a feeling deepscrrowthat '. ii *.' 0.1', J \ f ,',. !
we note the passing of Chaplain
Carlus Hess.on Wedl-cla7.JuDeH.
after an extended illness.



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Advent of the Auto Age Killed Fourth of July Celebrations in Starke




How will you spend Independence Day Back In 1W4, for Instance, the In- ,any disorder that would mar the festivitiesof ,. day our citizens seem to think"that'there Is "The Fourth was celebrated in Starke bya
this Saturday dustrious merchants of Starke were promoting the day,but a more orderly crowd of the no place like home,' and therefor go grand orchestral silence. The town was
If you follow the pattern set by most of the Fourth as a big business day in same size was never gathered in one place. elsewhere to be entertained.The town was as silent as the North Pole after Dr. Cook
your fellow citizens of Starke.you wlU bun- Starke, and according to this account in Only one man was taken Into custody and as deserted as an English village when a had left it for home, and as deserted as a
die up the family and hit the road for your j L The Telegraph of July 10, 1914, they met detained until the fumes of the liquor he zeppelin hovers over it.Almost every store hall in which William Jennings Bryan lectures
favorite lake shore or beach.But the main 1 I with considerable success: had indulged in too freely had left his in town was closed. Chief Kite saw an un- on evolution.Mr.Hull and Mr.Darby
.Idea is to"get out of town". .\ "Starke celebrated Uncle Sam's birthday mind, and then released. muzzled stray dog and drew his gun to had their places ornamented with flags in

Starke on"this Saturday.July.will look x this year as never before.The celebration shoot him but put his weapon back again.He honor of the day we didn't celebrate. The
like "the deserted village" the poet wrote was given under the auspices of the Picnic Rained Out would not commit the sacrilege of only small boy in town had saved up a
about with most stores closed and streets Board of Trade and it is estimated that the The main feature of the day's festivites disturbing the holy silence." small firecracker from Christmas. He

deserted. But there was a time, many city entertained 3,000 visitors from Brad- was the old-fashioned picnic and barbecue By 1922 ties evacuation of the town on the came out and exploded it, but in the per-
years ago, when the Fourth was a truly ford and adjoining counties, the largest at the city park, where barbecued beef Fourth of July had become complete and vading, distilled, and filtered silence it
grand and glorious day before bard roads crowd that ever gathered here upon any which had been properly cooked the day the Telegraph resigned itself to the in- sounded as loud as a cannon cracker and
and fast automobiles and recreation occasion. People came on foot, on horses before by Mr William Tison, and chicken the boy, frightened, ran home and hid
in automobiles rail and in all kinds oi' evitable with the following mournful com- "
vehicles made it possible for 90 percent of by pilau were served in abundance.These two under the bed!
vehicles. things formed the backbone of the meal .I'IJPIt:
the peculation to spend the.day at some
"Chief of Police Kite and Sheriff Denmark but baskets and boxes of other eatables
favorite recreation wIl.t ill town". took extra precautions to prevent were furnished liberally by the good ladiesof -

Starke. ,.
"Only one little hitch occured In the dinner : r'"I
program. Before the tables were ,
spread and before the food was .. ...,."" ,..:.
EDITORIAL distributed fact, before all the baskets
and boxes of food arrived at the park, a
threatening rain cloud stampeded the .
crowd and an assault was made upon the
tables and they were swept clean. After rr
II NIiENCE I .ij the first assault more food was placed
__ IN1\I\ I'r )} upon the tables and it met the same fate.

"Tickets for free automobile rides were ) tr
1987 issued by the hundreds and the owners of
automobiles were kept busy for several
hours furnishing rides for the guests of the
city.

This year the 211th Anniversary of and establish this Constitution for the Free Motion Pictures"The

the Declaration of Independence United States of America." free moving pictures at the Hopson
coincides with the 200th Theatre were much appreciated by the
Anniversaryof :
this immortal instru- .
Concerning
visitors and several shows were given In '
the U.S. Constitution. All the more ment of government James Bryce, the afternoon to packed houses.

reason to pause and reflect, during a Viscount of Dechmont, once said: "Dancing was enjoyed throughout the rr4vi
weekend of fun and frolic on the "The Constitution of the United afternoon at the Armory by the city's
and until a late hour in the evening
meaning and significance of these guests
States, including the amendments, by the young folk of Starke.
two immortal documents.The .
may be read aloud in twenty-three "At 3:30: in the afternoon a free basket-
minutes. It is about half as long as St. ball game between the Starke Grays and
Declaration of Independence Paul's Epistle to the Corinthians, and the Jacksonville Red Sox was witnessed at
remains one of the most stirring one-fourth as long as the Irish Land Duncan Park by the largest crowd that
in enclosure. 'V
ever congregated that ,.
documents of history, signaling a Act of 1881. History knows few in- "Most of the business houses of the city V
commitment to bear the respon- struments that in so few words lay and many private residences were
sibilities of protecting a way of life. down equally momentous rules on a tastefully decorated with the national col-

But the declaration in itself, was not vast range of matters of the highest ors and the whole city wore a holiday ap

enough. Soon after our bitter strugglefor and pearance.
importance complexity
"The business men of the town generally
independence a brave ban-of contributed liberally toward financing the e
earnest men realized that somethingmore On the back of the chair used by affair and the good wives of the community -

was needed if our thirteen George Washington, chairman of the furnished the baskets of the eatables

states were to survive as a union. Ona Constitutional Convention, was a that have made Bradford County famous. t .
hot summer day in 1787 they met in painting of the sun as it appeared just "Yes,sir- thank you, sir-the Fourthof ;riyti
in
Starke.
July was a very large day
Philadelphia to write a Constitutionand above the horizon. After many mon But even in the days before the
formally define the reasons for ths of argument and heated discus- "horseless carriage" had been dreamedof

which we had fought an unpopularwar sion that often threatened to break up folks did manage to get out of town,occasionally -

against the British Crown. the convention in chaos, the Constitu- to celebrate the day.
For instance, in a Telegraph of 1887 we
No one need remind our Founding tion was finally signed by the thirty- see that: "The Methodist and Baptist Sun- +e q '

Fathers of the high cost they paid. nine delegates. day Schools have decided to have a picnicon
the Fourth of Messrs. Andrews
The 83-year-old Benjamin July.
of them laid their
Fifty-six knowingly
and Alvarez have agreed to carry out and
lives liberty, and honor on the line Franklin who had been a great bring back all who wish to go at 15 cents
when they signed the Declaration of stabilizing force in the convention each. Tickets are for sale at Morgan's
Independence and paid their dues. In hall, arose and said, in measured Bazaar and all members of both Sunday

the ensuing war, rune were killed inaction tones: "I have gazed at that painting Schools"will be presented with a handsome The Honor Guest...

five died as prisoners of war, on General Washington's chair again badge. Ninty-nlne year old Bessie (Reddish) Sapp is crowned "Woman of the

12 lost their homes to arsonists, and again. I have; wondered if it was a Lawtey Is Lively Century" by her nephew. Guy Andrews, at a family gathering honoring
rising sun or a setting sun. Now I the near centenarian here Monday.Shirley Andrews, holding an original
several lost their in battle
sons one know it is Lawtey seems to have gone off with poetic tribute to the honoree,served as mlstress-of-cereroonies for the occasion. -
signer's wife died in prison and 17 a rising sun. honors for the Fourth in 1890. This is what .

(including Thomas Jefferson) faced This was the same Benjamin the Telegraph had to say about the
in ......
celebration that year: .
financial ruin. Franklin who, when asked by a "The Fourth of July was ushered in at 99-Year-Old .
+ The legacy left by that brave bandof Washington matron what kind of sunrise by the ringing of bells and the / 'Woman of the' Century'Visits
government the convention had booming of cannon. The American flag
summed Thomas
men was up by was unfurled in the breeze from the lofty
Paine when he wrote: "Those who expect devised replied: "A Republic" staff of the Academy building.: In short Old Home In BradfordBradford
to reap the blessings of freedom madam- we can keep it. order all the youth l in town were busy in

must, like men undergo the fatigueof Thank Heaven we have kept it for various ways and all degrees of uproar,
200 And from cannon down to Chinese crackers. County reclaimed one of its death of her husband in the 1930s, she con-
supporting it. years. in spite of attempts by Many enjoyed the picnic at Lake Kingsley, own Monday when Bessie (Reddish) Sapp tinued to live in her home at Raiford until
No less significant in our Nation's misguided leaders in Washington others,a lawn fete at the beautiful country returned,at the ripe but"ready"age of 99 moving to a rest home in New Smyrna
history is the work of the delegatesfrom during the past two years, to bypass residence of Mr. Sayles others took in the to visit again her old home at Raiford.andgather about six years ago. ,
and belittle the balance of excursion to Chattanooga, while a great together with more than 50
39 states who suffered through powers as assembled the verandasand relatives and friends for a festive luncheonat Mrs. Sapp was the aunt of the late
many on spacious
provided by our Founding Fathers in Sheriff P.D. Reddish. Guy Andrews of
y summer heat in Philadelphia and the shady lawns of the Burrin House as the First Presbyterian Church
the Constitution they so laboriously fellowship hall. Starke is also a nephew, among her many
struggled through the tortuous task of spectators and participants In the great other relatives in this
area.
drafting a document based on this Immortal produced, this cherished document tournament of the crack-croquet-cranks of "Aunt Bessie," as she is known by ad-
still stands today as a beacon Bradford County. At 11 o'clock an inter miring members of her family made the "Aunt Bessie" still maintains a keen in-
preamble: our Ship of State through the trouble mission was ordered and players proceeded 300 mile roundtrip from New Smyrna terest in politics and other news of the day.
"WE THE PEOPLE of the United -waters of misgovernment.But to cater to the wants in the line of where she is now in a rest home near her She received a telegram of congratulations -
States of America In order to form a lemonade, watermelon, strawberry wine, grandchildren showing no signs of from President Reagan on her last
the Constitution will survive or the fragrant Havana. Other fluid ex- birthday and commented "Well, that's
more perfect Union establish and once more its worth tracts (herein nameless) were on hand as fatigue} sharp wit, and amazing memory nicebut I'm not going to vote for him-
in
Justice insure Domestic Tranquility prove occasion demanded. Of the elaborate dinner belied her age and earned her the title of I'm a Democrat"When
preserving those lofty precepts set "Woman of the Century"...with a crown to
provide for the Common Defense, nothing need be said. The broiled a nursing home attendant recently
forth in the It."Aunt.
preamble to a document prove
chicken, the rich the toothsome
the General and soups.
promote Welfare asked if she had snuff in her mouth, "Aunt
secure the Blessings of Liberty to that has no equal among all other na sweet corn, the mealy potatoes, the Bessie"was born on a farm near Bessie", visibly irritated by this invasionof
tion's on the beautiful tomatoes, the wholesome bread, Heilbronn in 1888 of the
globe.Committees Springs one 13 her privacy, replied "Yes"... then add-
ourselves
and do ordain
our posterity etc.,were all enjoyed and the occasion was children of William and Mary Reddish. ed in as aside remark which may or may
one of the" estimable hostess' proudest She has outlived all members of the family not have been heard by the nurse "What
&>, triumphs. ,as well as her own three sons.After the the Hell difference does it make?'*


Organized Effort Started For LocalObservance Evacuation by 1918 that new-fangled CompleteBut invention

the automobile, was coming into generaluse Forestry in Bradford County
and holidays in Starke were beginning
Bicentennial to assume the general atmosphere of \ By David W.Morton
Goldsmith's "Deserted! Village.'* Following Which Trees to Save? Bradford County Forester
\
the Fourth of 1918 the Telegraph editor

.... JssuedJJw folllM'l"8lamel1t: Deciding which trees to leave when You may wisn to leave clumps or rows of
<" clearing for a new home should be second trees and native vegetation to screen out
... all recent Fourths in Starke. for on that, In importance only to choosing a floor objectionable views or to provide insula-
America is getting ready for a nation- plan, or finding a contractor. tion against wind and weather.
have been named to
wide birthday party. On September 17, Trees can increase the value of a home
spearhead each phase of this Bicenten- If you find small trees that you would
New Officers ElectedAt
1987, our Constitution will be 200 years nial observance in a communitywide effort by hundreds of dollars provide substantial like to keep but they fall right where your
oldthe oldest written constitution in KLPOA Supper; savings in heating and cooling costs, and house or driveway Is going to be, it is ad-
the world. including schools churches civic Fish Fry Planned change an otherwise average home into an visable to transplant them to a protected

club groups representatives of the Edna Wainwright was elected presidentof .item of discussion. portion of your yard. This can save you
This bicentennial
celebration is a way news medianewspapers, radio, and the Kingsley Lake Property Owners County foresters from the Florida Divi- from having to purchase additional trees
to show our pride in the success of the television-theatrical productions Association at a Board of Directors sion of Forestry reported that they are for landscaping.

American form of government,and also musical groups public speakers, proclamations meeting !in the Civic Center at 8:30 p.m. often Questioned about which trees to leave Locating the trees
let us honor the document that stands and other means of Saturday, June 20. and which ones to remove from prospective the prospective you homeowner want to save with provides the
for the rights of the individual. Steve Denmark elected vice homesites. The Division of Folrestry
creating public awareness of the Constitution's was presi information needed to begin dealing with
advises that leaving the trees
right
on a
dent.Ann Hill, ; and Jean Peters the construction contractor. It
Tuesday afternoon a group of com- importance to our daily lives. was re-elected for another term. construction site is usually easier and less first step In trees Is also the
during
protecting
construction
munity leaders met organize the Con- On the Fourth of July, members of Four new directors were elected for Trees costly which than are transplanting left in place trees will almost later. and is an excellent start for-

stitution Bicentennial Commission of Congress, both House and Senate will three-year terms. They were Steve Den- always be larger and better adapted to a beginning future landscaping plans.
Bradford County. For the sake of brevity meet in joint session at IndependenceHall mark] Jerry Hipps, Mary Dot Miller and particular site,provided they do not bother Remember foresters are trained to know
this group will henceforth be knownas in Philadelphia, where they will Tom :Smith.: ,the construction efforts. landscape trees, landscape architects-not plans are foresters.designed by

Bi-Com. Officers were elected and honor the Great Compromise of 1787 It was announced that Maynard Cox When trying to decide which trees to .
committees appointed to formulate and mark the first time ever that Congress Clay County authority on poisonous snakes leave: on a site it is best to walk over your Sometimes when planning your future
plans not only for the initial celebrationof has convened outside the seat of and how to treat a person when bitten will I property with boundarylines. "yard-scape," we get over-excited and
Constitution Day September but be a guest speaker at the fish fry to be held BegIn by identify in golarge trees that like good ecologists we want to save every
the nation's government under the Con- at the Civic Center at 7 July last little
for the p.m. Saturday, will play major role In the appearance of green living thing-This is great-
five-year long observance com stitution. 18. your future yard.These should be drawn In but not very realistic once you understand

memorating different phases of the To properly celebrate ConstitutionDay All members of the Association and their on your sketch. that during construction some unavoidable
adoption and implementation of the guests are invited to attend. injuries and damage will occur, even with
Constitution during each of the following on September 17 will require the > 'I'color-ful caution being observed.To .
best efforts of volunteers
years: many magnolias, or red maples. Remember get an idea of some of these types of
representing all organizations some of these trees may be Just a few feet injuries I have a pamphlet on tree protec-
1987The and
writing signing of the throughout the county. The real contribution tall. It is sometimes helpful to mark the tion during construction. If you find
Constitution. of the Constitution's bicentennial trees with stripes of cloth or plastic flagg yourself asking questions about what

1988-Ratificationof the Constitution. celebration will be to instill in us an log as you Identify them.. damage may occur this may help answer
appreciation of the and to your question. Call me at 9M280 (ext.
past
1989Formation of our federal VEQT MOAIT ft Is also important to look for trees that 218) to let a copy.This pamphlet will help
government. reawaken us to our national potential to need to be taken out. Trees which are you understand that certain Injuries are
meet the challenges of the future.Thereis diseased or decayed will be much easier to unavoidable around the immediate area
1990- Writing of the Bill of Rights. no better way to accomplish this goal remove before the home Is built and wires where home construction will occur, and
1991- Ratification of the Bill of than by joining in this nationwide obser- Vermont French got Its name from* the are installed. Be sure to mark trees that that leaving all greenery Is not possible.
Rights. vance. vert' mont meaning grenmountain. should come out on the sketch too If they When planting new trees or shrubs,
are In the path of construction remember-"CO NATIVE"I










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July 2, 1987 TELEGRAPH
Page5AChurch

Betsy Bloodgood WedsMark



C. Mitchell June 6


I Grace United Methodist Church of S N
St. Augustine, FL was the setting for ocial ewst
the ceremony uniting Betsy Ann
Bloodgood of Keystone Heights to t
I Mark Cranfill Mitchell of Starke. Weddings Births Club News
I Rev. Donald Keyes officiated for the
1 ceremony held at 1 p.m. Saturday Engagements Church News Social Events
June 6. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bloodgood of
Keystone Heights and Mrs. Joan Y
Bloodgood of Bakersfield, CA. Her

I: grandmother Is Mae Bloodgood of --_ .. ..
I Keystone Heights and New York Ci "
I ty. The groom Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr. of Pastor AppreciationDay
Starke and St. Augustine, and John NewsRvvlvalChurch
W. Mitchell of Jacksonville. His PlannedAt
grandmother is Helen Cranfill of rr Pine Valley ChurchThe
Starke. of God Rev. David Weyand the associate
d d pastor, has served as Interim pastor members of the Pine Valley
I The choir loft of the church was t Of Prophecy, Inc.A since September. The church will Congregational Holiness Church of
I centered with a large arrangement revival is scheduled to begin host a basket dinner on the grounds Starke would like to Invite you to
; of white gladioli, snap dragons, pink 7:30: p.m.July 3 at the Church of God following the Sunday morning wore share in their services Sunday,JulyS
lisianthus, fuchsia peonies, peach .. of Prophecy, Inc. Sunday service is ship service (July 5) In honor of the .This day Is set aside for the churchto
I roses, miniature carnations, pussy set for 2:30: p.m. new pastor and his family. express its appreciation to its
willow and baby's breath. In the A gospel sing is also planned for pastor, Rev. David L. Hodges.
chancel area were two matching arrangements July 4. Everyone Is invited to attend New Mt. CalvaryTo Morning service is set for 11 a.m.
I on either side of the of- /. "",, \ .,. the revival and gospel sing at the Host Area ChurchesSt. and afterwards lunch will be spreadin
feratory table and family pews were .' church revival center, located at the church fellowship hall.
I marked with bouquets of fresh 2138 N. Temple Ave. .John Baptist Church of Melrose The church is located on the dirt
flowers.Areca palms were placed at will be in charge of the Friday,July road by Bradford Furniture Factory
I different vantage points throughout. 1 Hope Baptist WelcomesNew 3, services at New Mt. Calvary. The north of Starke.
Nuptial music was provided by Sunday, July 5, services will be "
I William Dixon, organist, and soloist Pastor, FamilyHope under the direction of the New
Lisa Kennedy sang "Ava Maria" Baptist Church has called Bethel Baptist Church of Starke.A -
and "The Wedding Song". l< Rev. Gary Heath as senior pastor. rep-jt will be served after the I Sf
The bride, escorted to the altar by Rev.Heath was the former pastor of Sunday morning services.
her father, wore a gown of white the First Baptist Church in Trenton, The planned speaker at the 4 p.m.
satin with an alencon lace bodice, Sunday service is Rev.Jennings.His f Z
satin pouf sleeves and a sweetheart era t .e FL.Rev.. Heath, his wife Shirley and choir is scheduled to accompany
neckline that descended to a drop-, son Ricky will be moving to their
ped basque waist. A semi-cathedral 4 new home in the community of him.There will be plenty for Cookies bake best on sheet that

alencon train had lace alencon also lace forming insets with a - ....... Theressa lives in Trenton.Their daughter, Kelly, come and enjoy these services.everyoneso are bottom.shiny Dark on the sheets top,can dull lead on the to

scalloped hemline around the gown Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. Mitchell over-browned cooklaa.
and train. The bride chose as her ""
headpiece a pearl floral wreath witha Kaskovolis and Michael Zelman of with arrangements of roses, "I
peonies, snap dragons, lisianthus,
studded and
pearl pouf pearl tipped New
York City; Marty Chastain of
veil.Her only adornment was an Miami and Brian Bloodgood freesia and baby's breath. Why Every Bride Should
Throughout the room individual
heirloom diamond and
sapphire (brother of the bride of
) Ft. Worth,
necklace which was loaned by her tables were placed for guests and Visit Leila's .
matron of honor. TX.A were centered with fresh arrangements -
The bride carried a traditional"all the ceremony reception immediately was held at The following Inn at freesia lisianthus of roses, peonies, 1. An international collection of china, crystal and
dragons
,
white" cascade of snap
roses,
Baymeadows in Jacksonville. and
silver patterns..everyday popularly priced
willow and baby's breath.
.... freesia, bouvardia, steptanotis, lilly Greeting guests as they arrived pussy well exclusives.
of the valley and mixed foliage. The couple will reside in New York patterns as as elegant
were two large peach,white,fuchsia
JoAnne Ross of New York City and pink balloon bouquets tied to City with a wedding trip planned to 2. Personal assistance, free of charge, by
the Carribbean in the fall.
was matron of honor. She wore a either side of the awning at the main Registered Bridal Consultants.
The bride is a graduate of the
dress of white satin designed with
sweetheart neckline, short a entrance. Inside the main foyer wasa University of Florida and is 3. Socially correct wedding invitations
pouf
table on which was a large ar
sleeves and a fitted bodice. A wide rangement of snap dragons, freesia, employed by BJK&E Advertising 4. Your registration kept i on file permanently
pouf band and large bow graced the peonies, roses, lisianthus and baby's Agency in New York City. to assist friends and relatives making
The is also of r
groom a graduate
hipline above the gored, tea length breath f
with various childhood pictures the University of Florida and is future purchases.
skirt. of the bride and groom.In employed by Spencer Sports Media, 5. Great ideas for attendants.
She carried european styled gift your
the center of the of
atrium the '
Jnc.ln York
New City in the businessof
"clutch" nosegays of peach roses, clubhouse was a large balloon bou- advertising. I4' 6. A free gift for you to say "Thanks" for
white and fuchsia freesia, pink li- quet in the bride's chosen colors. registering your patterns with us.
sianthus and breath. !
baby's The main reception was held in The
Attendants were Alisan Patten First Coast Room with the entire FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 7. There are excellent values in china,
(sister of the bride) of Phoenix, AZ, two-story ceiling completely Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Starke crystal and silver..where it costsno
Lisa Prevatt (sister of the groom) of covered with over 1,400 helium Sunday School 10:00 more, it's just nicer.
a.m.
Starke and Julie Ford of Jackson- balloons with long ribbon streamers
ville. The dresses and flowers of the hanging down. Morning Worship 11 p.m. Couples currently tinted In our registry
attendants were of the same design The bride's table held a three Evening Worship 6 p.m. Mary Strong&Raymond Brewing
and arrangement as the tiered wedding cake encircled with Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:3O p.m. Vickie Carver&Jim leldegger -,
matron of honor. thatg: fresh greenery, flowers and baby's Staff Nursery Available -_.... '.. .. '., _.' '1' Carole Itardin&Alun Montgomery .
Serving as best the breath. :::, 1- Latorla lerrlng&Darryillalle'
RCT. Stephen R. Pastor '" '''
groom's father, John W. Mitchell. Two five-branch candaelabras Pippin Bridget Skeen&Robert Underhill
Acting as ushers were Lou adorning the food table were draped 964.6971 Melissa Winkler&Steve Stringer
Betsy Bloodgood&Murk Mitchell
IF' ... Rochelle Heermun&Terry Carver
Lavonne Morris&Michael Guyton

.. Bradford Square Stark 964-5051
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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE2nd

Public Hearing Notice


The City of Starke is applying to the Florida Department of Com-

munity Affairs (DCA) for a grant under the Economic Development

category in the amount of $572,753.00 under the Small Cities Com-

munity Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity

IS-, that is proposed, at least 51 % of the funds must benefit low and

moderate income persons. The activities, dollar amount and

estimated percentage benefit to low and moderate income personsfor

which the City is applying are:

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0Q CORRECTED BUDGET:

( Low/Moderate
( Activity-Item Dollar Amount Inc. Perc.

019 a-Water Facilities $97,960.00 100%

019 b-Sewer Facilities $144,565.00 100%

023 b-Drainage Facilities $108,660.00 100%

175 a-Direct Assistance to

Not-For-Profit Business/Agency $169,500.00 100%

181 Administration $52,068.00 N/A

TOTAL $572,753.001 I

GOD'SYou'll

The City of Starke plans to minimize displacement of persons as a

result of planned CDBG funded activities in the following manner.

No displacement will occur as a result of the proposed CDBG pro-


Want to Join gram.If .


in the Fun and Excitement at? any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities,

the City will assist such persons in the following manner; as required -

Vacation Bible School under 24 CFR 42. U.S. Department of Housing'' and Urban

Development's regulations that implement the Uniform Relocation

Assistance and Real Property Assistance and Real Property Acquisition -

Policies Act of 1970.A .


IQngsley CL aks Baptist (1jur lL Public Hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on

Highway 16 at Kingsley Lake the application will be held in City Hall on July 07, 1987 (corrected

date), at 7:30 p.m. A copy of the application will be available for
12 Noon
July 6-10 Oldsa to review at City of Starke Grant Office 108 East Call Street Starke,

4 Year 6th Grade Florida on Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
for children. They will be learning about the"Fruit of the Spirit"every
staff ready
W.have a complete your
day. In addition to crafti and Bible stories' they will be learning a special musical entitled, "Growing Cod't -12:00 p.m. & 1:00: p.m. 5:00 p.m. To obtain additional information -

Way". concerning the application and public hearing contact Linda
Call S33. 01. far Information and to enroll your Children.
Day or Julee Wise at ((904)) 9648902.r .









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81\ TELEGRAPH July 2. 1987

Couple Honored Surprise Housewarming :24\ in honor t>t tne oi M dry Leti:> run" fink and lavendar butterflies and
of Lawtey The ladies of the Bradford hearts decorated I
A
I Other News. At Open House Surprises Jackie Kite School Board Administrative beige lace cloth lavender I
Offices the shower in honor ofMary's theiiy-room.
Bride-elect Melissa Winkler, Saturday afternoon, June 27, gave upcoming' marriage to SFC underlay covered The
table
was
huge
many friends and relatives surprised ,- a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jackie Kite at ner new home on Raymond Brewington Jr., which basket filled with baby's breath and
Bridal Shower Held Mrs. E. Arthur Winkler, Cindy Winkler of Starke,and fiance Steven SW 31st St. with a housewarmingparty. was planned for' Saturday, June 27. pink & lavendar hearts surroundedwith
For Melissa Winkler Winkler and Mrs. Kenneth Grider.As Stringer were honored June 20 with Mrs. Roger's, home was alive witha brass butterflies.Pink tapers in
a momento of the occasion they an Open House at the home of Judge A voiyr tneme of country blue with wide variety of large hanging butterfly candlestick flanked the
Melissa Leigh Winkler, brideelectof presented Melissa with a water and Mrs. George Pierce In Green white accent was used in the decora- plants & ferns, blooming plants basket. Floating around the gift
Steven Stringer was honored witha goblet In her chose crystal pattern. Acres. tions. A large basket of silk flowers fresh cut flowers'and large ficus andarbicola table were heart-shaped balloons.
miscellaneous bridal shower Tues- Refreshments were served graced the refreshment table which trees. The refreshment table was
day, June 23, at the home of Mrs. guests the dining room and to the held a cake decorated in the imageof Two large dining tables were set decorated in the same style as the
Kenneth Grider in Green Acre Jailer byn game in the dining room and the living
Retiring room hosts Mr. and Mrs. her home. up gift table. One one end was an appropriately -
Guests were invited to call betweenthe Honored With Dinner Casey Mr.and Mrs. Jimmy Tom Honored guests attending included room of the home for the twenty 20 decorated cake with the
hours of 7:30: p.m. and 9 p.m. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. James Duncan Crosby, Rev. Lester Austin and family. Rev. seated guests. Each table was other end sporting a crystal glass
Melissa and her mother, Mrs. Arthur Brock and his wife Martha Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cissy Mr. and Austin offered a blessing for the covered with an imported lace cut- punch bowl. Watermelon was served
George A Winkler, were presentedwith were honored guests at a surprise Mrs.Jim Lewis,Mr.and Mrs. Frank house. Jackie's sister, Sue (Smith) work cloth placed over a pink from a german crystal bowl.Purple,
pink carnation and lace cor- retirement dinner Monday June 29 Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nix Mr. Wilder and daughter Lauren of underliner, and was centered with white and pink balloons floated over
sages upon their arrival. at the Bradford Family Restaurant.The and Mrs. George H.Pierce and Miss Orlando and their mother-in-law, floral centerpiece arrangements. the table as well.
I After Melissa opened her many dinner was hosted by Sheriff Delia Rosenberg. Mrs. Audrey Kite were also present. Following a cold soup course, the Each guest wrote Paula a favorite
gifts, the guests were invited to enjoy Dolph Reddish and staff. Approx- Hostesses for the event were Mrs. ladies enjoyed a chicken salad buffet recipe: !' end a piece of advice.
various refreshments placed on imately 25 employees and their The couple, whose wedding is Elaine Crawford and Jackie's served from the dining table in the
a lace cloth around a centerpiece of spouses enjoyed the evening. Enter- scheduled for July 25, were mother. Mrs. Opal Dickson. family room. The hostesses, Mrs. Tiny O'steen,
yellow roses, snapdragons, larkspurand tainment was provided in the formof presented the creamer of their Paula McKinney HonoredAt Mrs. Clarice Mont/, Jan Corbett,
carnations. Dayhlltes and ferns a 'Roast' by the sheriff and chosen china pattern as a mementoof Mary Lee Strong Bridal ShowerThe Mrs. Barbara Kirkland Mrs. Joyce
were used as decorations In other several deputies. the occasion.Out Honored ShowerThe Schmitt Mrs. Frances McKinney
party rooms. Arthur is retiring after ten yearsof of town guests included Mrs. by fellowship hall of the Starke and Mrs.Ida Sue Schmitt,presentedthe
Hostesses for the occasion were service to the department as a Paul Stringer mother of the prospective home of Mrs. James E. Church of God was the setting for a honoree with a corsage and a set
Mrs. William E. Carter, Mrs. jailer. A gas fish fryer with a tank of groom and Mrs. Andrea Rogers, Jr., was the setting for a bridal shower for Paula McKinney of stainless steel flatware as a
George E Miller. Nancy Grider. gas was presented to Arthur. Craft of Dahlonega, Ga.IE5 lingerie\ shower-luncheon held June Thursday, June 18, at 7:30: p.m. momento of the occasion.
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Priscilla Welch
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Susie Griffis, 'j ,, Randy D. ConnerSet & Elec. Services
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Anthony LukeAnnounce l Wedding DateMr can help with those badly

Engagement and Mrs. Donald Welch of
: Brooker announce the needed Home Improvement
engagementof
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffis of IE5 ,
) ( their daughter, Priscilla Ann, to !
would like to Projects
Lawtey announce the _
Randy Donald Conner, son of Mr.
of their
engagement daughter,
i and Mrs. Donald Conner of Starke.
Susie, to Anthony Luke., son of Mr
The wedding is planned for 7:30
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and Mrs. Troy Luke of tarke.The .
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5 at New River
wedding is planned for August tist p.m.Church September of Brooker. Bap-- CALL TODAY
8 at Bayless Highway Baptist
Church. The bride-elect is a graduate of
Bradford High School and is
Green Perry employed by Western Steer Steak 964-723O Days 964-4799 Evenings I'
j House. "
Wedding July 3 The groom-elect is also a graduate "

Barbara A. Green and Gary R. of Bradford High School and is
Perry,Jr.are planning to wed July 3 : iiiPriscilla employed by DuPont.No .
at 7 p.m.in the chapel at Camp Blan- .' invitations are being sent and
all and friends invited to
family are
A follow
ding. reception is to at the attend. .
-- groom's parents home on Griffis
Susie Grlrfls- Loop. -.. : -
andAnthony No invitations are being sent and A.Welch
II Luke all family and friends are invited to and INDEPENDENT
attend. Randy I).Conner
,7h .... "._ .. .c. .- CHURCH OF GOD
!!' "C OF PROPHECY INC.
\ 'f.i Revival Center "'\: -'
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K l /J ., ''J 'rPIIf Wad. 7 p.m. Sun. 2:30 p.m.
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J 1649 W. Madison Sf. Hwy 100 East >:30-4:00 Sat. JoA Alul' S j90t98-8857eet( >)>
Certified Instructor 7 Yrs. Red Cross As Ad-

Speciality Gift Shop vanced Life Saver & Water Safety Instructor.

a)You've them in WE HAVE -
seen magazines Director
with YMCA
6 Years as Aquatics
Vacation Bible School TIIEM..TEDDY BEARS! The answer to displaying -

your child's stuffed animals &> dolls. Ages: 3 Years and Up

6 17 7-9 For all "Mom's-to-be", we now have a baby
July -
p.m. register, a totally new concept. Come in for Limited EnrollmentCall

Ages: Kindergarten through 12th GradeFor details.
Lori Boynton 964-6643 for information.Or
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information We will be closed Saturday, July 4th. Have a
more call 964-4016
I .. happy safe holiday! Call 9642087Closes
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& Jan Johnson Printing Office Supplies I Kayttono. tone right on 24th Affordable Prices
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Sweep NATIONAL BANK Monday 1 John & SUPPLYAttend Sales & Service

Service Officers, Directors 2 '.29 Your Church 206 W. Madison & US 301
Tuesday Regularly Starke 964-7200
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Complete of ta..keStarke'e
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Custom Made Exhaust Systems FndayExodus (" S.Walnut ....7130

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Best Seafood In Town "Serving You First" -ev.w 19 1-13 ansr 238 E. Washington Street Management & Staff

236 S. Temple Avenue 441 W. Madison Street 964-5274 Hwy. 301 North
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9649685Chastain's 964-5237 or 964-6313 964-7500

Gloria's Music House LARRY BATTENCONSTRUCTION CORBETT'S

(eStudloIn.tructors: Richard>)> Kellogg CO. TIRES & SERVICE

and Gloria Bryant -One f the most treasured relics is Ihe Liber "Quality Work for Less" Complete Tire Shop
Lessons: Gultar-Ranio| -11.c. Sass Bell II is so-called 8, & ARepairs
because it was rung on July State Road 100 South
Call 964-8HO. Tuo..-Frl. IIam-7 pm 1776 lo summons Ihe citi/enry for Ihe terse announcement 402 N. T.. Hwy. 301 N.
Sunday.Monday 10 am-2 pm A ABut 964-5263 A4431DENMARK
thai the Declaration<:f Independencehad
been adopted Today, II remains; the greatest
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GROCERY AUTO SALES FUNERAL HOME OF STARKE I "For All Your

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Co. BdL of AdjustmentFails





to Muster Quorum
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by Joe GissyBCT establish a food business,on VS.301
across from Green's Welding. The
Staff Writer zoning change requested, OR, open
The Bradford County Zoning rural to CI. intensive commercial,
Board'ruled on three issues which was changed to CG a less intensive
came before it Tuesday evening, classification which would cover the
June 30, and the Board of Adjustment uses specified by Pennesi and ap-
failed to muster a quorum so a proved.Basic groceries sandwichesand
fourth issue was not heard. seated
snacks
no dining were
specified.
Garber Request...

Forest G. Garber's request for Board of Adjustment...

rezoning of a 3/4 acre tract from OR, The Board of Adjustment not bay
open rural, to ILW, light industrialwas ing a quorum could not conduct
denied. business.
The tract is located 5 miles NW of requested
exception: by
Starke, on SR-16 across from Edward T. Gagnon, which would
Carla's Sandwich Shoppe. Garber allow him to erect a bulk concrete
said he wants to erect a metal plant in the Starke Industrial Park
building for the manufacture of east Tire
lying Mosely's Service
filters. He further stated that 70 per- could not bye beard.

: cent of the building would be used A special meeting of toe Board isbeing
FI r t for storage, he would have a max- planned for 6 p.m. July 16 to
: imum of 3 employees, and traffic take up this 1Aue.Director' .
..+. would not exceed 1 to 2 semi trailers

per week Report...
The board cited the fact that other
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
businesses in the area are service
should reported that the land use class is
oriented, and manufacturing
progressing,with about equal attendance
not be located in this area.
from Bradford County Union

Yates Request... County Starke., Baker County and the Cityof

Jerry and Zenaida Yates were

granted a change from RSF-MH Business Report...
mobile home, to RSF-1rural single
family. This is a return to the former 90 building permits were issued in
classification June totaling$1.138,540: in value.
after a lawsuit was
The fees totaled
filed contesting an earlier change. $5,350.
Permits issued are: 12 single

Pennesi Request... family dwellings 31 mobile homes
44 additions 16 commercial and 2
W Mario and Cecelia Pennesi hope to re-hab projects.

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I I. I Grand Opening-.I at New'Scotty's Hardware.:. lot Infantry. Division Plans Sept.- Reunion .


Bob Larimer director of Sunshine Industries cuts a two by four in tlooal Bank at Starke C of C Director Jack Eckdahl. Scotty's Cashier The Society of the First Infantry sion who served in World War I.
grand opening ceremonies at the new ScoUy's Hardware Store in Starke Kym Casey, Bob Larimer Scotty's Manager Scott Hlnson and wife,Dian- Division has slated its 1987 Reunion World War H.Vietnam,as well as in
I I Plaza. na. Developer Tom Andrews Scotty's Jacksonville District Manager for Charleston, South Carolina from peacetime.
Taking part Cl-rt are Economic Development Director Chuck Horace Nix, Scotty's General Manager of Hardware Stores David Bost. September 9-13 Additional information is
McKeown. Ruth Johns and Geri Sapp both hidden of the Florida Na- available from the Society of the
General William Westmoreland, First Division. 5 Montgomery
the United States Commander in Avenue Philadelphia PA 19118."There's .

I July 4 Folklife Celebration Set at Stephen Foster MemorialThe speaker Vietnam at this will year's be the gathering featured the

theme of which Is a salute to our nothing

4th of July celebration 9:30 a.m. with a carillon concert of a bucket brigade race. Other games with ribbons awarded to the top winners Vietnam Veterans. wrong with my
presented by the Department ofState's popular American and Stephen will include horseshoe pitching, bub- "
Bureau of Folklife at the Foster selections to mark the 210th ble gum blowing,and a Softball toss. At lunchtime,a variety of popular hearing!
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Centerin birthday of our nation and the 161st Throughout the day visitors will be foods will be available to the hungry The Society is composed of Heard that one before?
White Springs will feature guest birthday of Stephen C. Foster, con- a ble to enjoy a clothesline quilt show crowd. veterans of the First Infantry Divi- ..
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artist Jim Ballew of Orlando and include -

poser of Florida's state song, long-..---s.a r.o.g... ....
a full program of clog dancing "Suwannee River." I' .-,. Tl.w -d.r -a
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old-time fiddling and V. --
singing, At 10:30 a.m. family games and Special ArrivalsDavid -----...---
storytelling as weU as games and contests will begin. There will be a d--dwsyr-..
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-- loxi.t..a.rs
contests for the entire Direc- .g
family. watermelon eating contest, a greas- -....---'S,.--.-...-
tor of the Division of Historical ed pole climb, 3-legged and sack Kristin Ann DeValerio Lawrence Piggott. II Jon K. Sapp Jr. -...I.--..-
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Resources George Percy announces. races, c-
egg relays, a water balloon
The one day event will begin at toss,a cross cut sawing contest,and Mr. and Mrs. James T. DeValerioof Shelley & David Piggott Sr., of Mr. &FL Mrs.and Jon K. Sapp, Sr. of ""SS.K.WSPFRtl :
Taylor, Lawtey announcethe
Starke announce the birth of a Starke announce the birth of a son,
daughter, Kristin Ann, born June 25 David Lawrence, born May 23 in birth if a son, Jon K.Jr., He was HEAKMO TESTS 9&O-13OO:
in Gainesville. She weighed 9 Ibs.,at Gainesville. He 7 Ibs 15 born in Riverside Hospital at 2:09 o+ sd..d.M s w Mc.
I Hampton Hilites weighed ....r.to. r r..,
June 25 7 Ibs lozs. .y .-
birth, was 21V4 inches long and joinsa ozs. at birth and joins a brother, a.m. weighing --.-..-r.r L
brother, Juftin Taylor, age 4. Landon Scott Hall 13 months. Jon joins a sister, Brandi! Peters.
By Dolores MengPh. medal for performance on duty Maternal grandparents are Mr. Maternal grandparents are Judy Maternal grandparents are Mr. tt Bd1one-
468-I91S above and beyond standard expecta- and Mrs. H W. Landis of Davie, FL. Bradley of StarKe and Charles Hall Mrs. Charlie Jones of Taylor. Pater-
tions. Congratulations to Mitchell Paternal grandparents are Mr. of Hampton. Maternal great- nal grandparents are Mrs. CharlesP. 1905 NW IMi St..O.!....IU..n.
Emergency; Pantry who &with the 41st Infantry, Dept. and Mrs.Joseph F. DeValerio of Ft. grandparents are Noon & Eva Sapp Sr. and the late Charles P. cell 373-9507 for ANMlla..wtCaptainD
An Emergency Pantry and of Army in Garlstedt,Germany. Lauderdale FL. Paternal great- Bradley of Starke. Sapp Sr. of Lawtey. -. -

Clothes Closet is in operation at the grandmother is Mrs. Albert Paternal grandparents are Robert
fire department building in Hampton. DiValeno of Plantation, FL. & Lola Piggott of Starke.
This service has been established VisitorsMrs.

to assist the needy and emergency Fred Phillips and son, Karl,
situations such as fires. of Greenville, TX, are visiting N\\\\ / / /
Donations of articles of clothing, friends and relatives in the area. Engineeredfor

household goods of non-perishable Visiting Bill and Jewel Young last A little seafood
food items will be needed and ap- week were his sister and brother-in- speed great placesFEED

preciated. Anyone in need of law, Bob and Boots Wood and grandson -
assistance may call 468-2651 or Keith Kellum of Raleigh, NC. and efficiency. -
468-2489 Pick up service will also be Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng had a
handled through these numbers. family reunion Sunday with all The 8O14.S. ,l
This is a very worthy cause and children and grandchildren present 4
deserves community support! except Gerald who called from his .Relocation alter correcting
home in California. Among out-of-
Army AwardPvt. towners present were Rita Meng and .Repeat capability on all keys

1st Class Mitchell Thomas Erwin Bodo of Tallahassee, Madonna -
son of Mrs. Hazel Thomas recently Gilbert and daughters,Karen and Wide carnage 06'V?") In a FOR
received an Army achievement! Anna of Durham, NC. standard size cabinet for a 8499
larger typing line (13'/>") Suggs..aRI.a


For the convenience of our customers. 202 characters of correction .Forward
and
memory reverse indexing

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO.is $8.00
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CORPORATION. PLUS A HOLIDAY VALUE


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NEW PAY STATION IN STARKE CUP tHIS COUPON mmmm

$2.00 OFF VALUE PACK OR

THE OFFICE SHOP j YAW,PACK kidudee ..hiltelnolu. oKut* nch THRIFT PACK
Effective immediately FPL bills may be paid at fries. .fresh cole. How and B huh puppto$.*-4 or
Call more THRIFT PACK Include B Ml III**.naMc*
110 W. Street 974-5764
WINN-DIXIE 470 W. Madison St. I cut trench t....."fresh cole slow and B"hush tIJfI1

pupple..s.n-u. ...,3
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On > *> 7 4 Nataaodwnanyoeier
i ipecniwailoouirtlatparllclpollng coos D'*. A-- plat!..!
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. --LIP THIS COUPON .

[FISH 0_ ._ 'ESTWOtenderftshftllels.natwas.
UASIW/OPTIONTOIUV. *WALDO Price reduced to g n. fries .

Exceptional Brick Horn In absolutely $28.000, convenient to .v.rythlng FOR
the bl location. 3 BR, 2 2/1. $2 OOstyle hush puppies.

BA, over 1,600 *q. It. living area, "g l Y
r doubl.' garage. CH/A, 120' x 300' .2400 SQ. FT. Spanking roll ewwar.hou..1 : ( Hl I}!
overhead up
lot, city water 4 .w.r. 70500. l 3 Lorg.
doo,.. Priced to ..Ml a= :: n-=-- A great iliWe seafood .

ssa-Q5z2 *MH AND 19+ ACRES Private, but IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARKI. CHA. . CUP THIS COUPON .
only 10 minutes from Stark. 3/2 100 X 100 lot. $53.000. '
2 car carport
lTARKt.l.. doublewfd.' with large open country QUICK SAll FISH & FRIES Two tender ftsh t eb.ncturaJ.$2DO ..

porch on 19 ac,.. of shear privacy. RAIFORD*REDUCED AREA$5,000- Brick FOR 3/2 on ov.r 1 cut ire fries,and 2 }

*OWNER FINANCING.3 acre*on povd .. This Immoculat. home ho over style hushpuppies.
ac' ClN \
rood with well and tank,
Mptlc r.frlg.,
1.800 ft., CH&A. rang.
15000. Dishwasher, above ground pool. Too Captain D%
*10 ACRES with doubl.wld.! Excellent many extras to m.ntlon. Only $65.000.
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condition. *INVESTORS Pln..ong S/D. Paved _0IIer.7..7.-lOlord'IotI>O-IpOMO or O'oI. A 1 great little icafDod-.-'-- .I
*S BR. 3 lATH. on 2.7 ocr...Stocked fin.
load through Drop.rtyJOwn.r I R CUPTHISCOUPON BHaBBED
pond, Ig wood d.ck A many..xtra..Only *HISTORIC BEAUTY IN LAKE BUTLER. 2
-- -- --- CDICCTwoterxJernshtWete.ixiturciJ-
$71.900. 3/2 CH/A, craftsmanship FISH St
BEST AREA-On ..__1 Road" tory Of
*/IN THE french
fries
and 2Southem
lovely 3 beoVrom 3 both .-par." dinIng *FOR THE GOLFER.Country Club';; *COUNTRY CLUI Building loll from unavailable today. Mutt b. i..n. ,
,room double garoge. many over 1V4 acre*, 3/2. All brick, 6500. Som. with owner financing. *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. IVt Ba. style hush pup Ies.

.....nllift. On 5 acrM with 38 bearing unken living room, fireplace, ceiling *11 ACRES .On SR 16 pecan tree See to opprMlat. to floor windows.many.xtras. Seller motivated. pecan treei.$39.000. CaptaInD:
Prke REDUCED DRASTICALLY. Wa
"*DEER RUN Immoculot.: living In this *A SPECIAL iUY 2 BR, 1 BA Control *7 ACRES with home ft barn on 225
84.900 Now 79900. 4 owl'p Coo ::=IIA0GdaLD'r A !Ktllgscidbodpfacfc
great
32 ft. MH. Concrete pad. security 'lights HA on motor| highway. Plonty of near f SP._Ho many poMnttali.! .
tocked ....... Ideal for retired. Only torog. In botement. Inevatlv financ .LAKE BUTLER Price'reduced" ) 1. cup Tl'M.S coupoN mmmm

15500. NEED LOTS OF SPACE Over 2.000*q. ing. Priced to Mil .26500. $30.000. Owner needs to sell home. Will '
*HIGHWAY 301 FRONTAGE- 1700 ft. in this better than new brick horn. 4 *COUNTRY LIVING In this almost nw sacrifice to buy larger home In the coun- FISH & FRIES
ft. CB ........ on 1.7 acre Paved eq. BR.2 BA,CHA on 2 lot. lake privileges 3/2 CB homo on 2 oc., brick fireplace, try. Hurry cut french ties,and 2SouJhen>|
_".bl., 110000. skylight, and many .." 0'. style hush puppies.
*
driveway.Only$39,900..IXCIJ'1ICNAI. WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart OZ$2.OO

3 B*. over 1300 ft. *3/1 FRAME HOME 1.400 *q. ft. Alto' lake w/3 BR MH CH4A. Close to In.
q .
>JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Mobil. ham., 2/2 MH Ilka n_. All on 1.76 acres. t.rlachen.' $30.000. DS
Cjo;/ .to n.w Wlnn Dixi.hopping Only .
3 BR. 1 BA. on 1.4 acre* $46.000.

28000. *FOR RENTi 2 bedroom 1 bath. In We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties to mr::.-'e:w't'lot,paMe *ON HWY. 301 Aportment compl.ic, We Have Lake Lots*
full occupancy. call for d.toil Stork.. . CUP THIS COUPON mmmmt





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Starke Gas Prices Compare Well


inefesoesiaeefebruary. now 90 cents regular, 93 cents for

.. ... byG y Ttaf latest: survey indicated that unleaded. Full service prices are
: ."'''1'''' II :\I . .BCTtl&a1f4lbtlllrFJanda Sled supplies! : wilt t>>plentiful for the $1.191 for regular, and $1.259 for

1tJ'1IJIIhIBI5! IJ3IwrstIn'Ied JUtyn Ulday and: station: YYdLuq. be unleaded.In

: ";. Is 3hsmte: trees tbIIat tine .> p1arblJars. Florida, the highest average

: : ;! ':.. __ -.1. ........... On Gtenoviil.as of J\melA: ,. fuLl price for any grade of gasoline in the

,:" I. way..abIIr...-- ..c JIISIiIMe: SRrwe JBI.HUJL uusjjs- averaged $1.152: per 25 major cities surveyed was in Port
: everalInStante. gaa ai.Bbr-resulair grade.and$L23T! Richey, at $1.412 for unleaded full

> !'iIIIPIrO-O-ll 1I tar untawtafc. At the 5111- erve service. and the lowest average

r. TfNNK Itei-.:r-- _........1 :HUe parnipty, regular gasoline averaged: price in Florida was 84.8 cents per

.. pr II5.1aw fpwe nRp BetaIi traY SICK i' iitn> pair fipy**nrL and! unleaded) gallon Tallahassee.

: .. .; .. 34ralat .sand nsaleasktl. aatl IIPIr JC001I per gallon.the highest in the
': teen :I'IIIuaed! If8ur mmt5: fllantstMUer7rmsara atrt;.arrosTJtng to the AAA survey. s..Ratw
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... ':,;, \ t ,1, 1J'IIIIUIIID. I1 ..arasolSlarmle.dedaood On ..Birtoowviiie the full service Florida

:..r..,:.''F.I .'.,1.'.}+r'y'...,.r" ,'a: .'. 1 115.11JIII'! ibt..... gma prices rose trainunleaded SL234 Cinderella
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.'...... ,.,'. '" .I ;. .... .. RfGUTAP >eBJhso.YlltlaThni tIa, arat the price inv Starshine
,. '..f'f.'I.\\;;:'.'"" ,".l, '.'>' ; tneasa tfrrjm SX.2BK cents per gallon

'7 .. .'. .>: :.; ,. :'v :': :4 'jfS85jMSt| : mieftaTdMr>tlJlummmlle >.-._ tn St3DZ during:Junes.

: : ,--tIlE iarlrrnl/ Staternde:.. fur S n.. the price of Baby &

"" [ i WkAJl' :ftpBUtiIe.abr.aU.cmuis! ____---- gsoaliYre rose aD!average of
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11T: .. 389: ........ : .. '__ 101.-_ :23: Its and: unleaded:: roe an: Beauty Pageant
staBe.rde2eae23lge..&.. .bo,;, I....,, awerago oC: Z4S cants Self serveprog

f c! (Satan t2atelart,-55t \ air a statewide average are: Sat. July 11

'- -1.- GtsmeraS' Gcs-- P- Lake City Holiday Inn

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ot.t AbydiRa Ubtl..d d FrsMniun Compete for cash awards,

s.- i'iA It'll' !!.' elegant tiaras and custom

G.', ..,m. VPJD 1C02J1ilaoiaeiWUb. trophies.

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Gas.Price: :Increase No Limit To Motorists _

I Garvin F.:Vaughan gasses up on his way to Jacksonroute." he said. "1 alto have a place here n Gantaer I

.. ,. vIne.from, O.r'ln' o. "No cheaper gas prices along my Street.' iiEipciiiiIf'l5AlL



.1 .: Discounts. Offered at Union Hospital- I IIC Custom Home BsIIIere! AIR/ CONDITIONING NOW!

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1 .Members of :the-.Union County hospital. "We thought they let WARREN'S
JS. ) 'A erica1.AssQclation' of. Retired might enjoy having a discount! for

personsCAARP( ) and Union mealS in our cafeteria. Besno I "
: : County Building or sfiztg & Air
Heating Conditioning
-!1 residents least 60 years of age cant The cafete"a is open to the public at

'r c v..a' d\jl\ seven days a week. Breakfast is Baths Kttchecs senfce prepare you for hot, humid Florida
: f' .chased .'.'q t;, age--Butler Htespitac served from 7 a.m. until 8:30 a.m.
: '
'; Lunch is from 11:3t a.m. until 2 p.m. Summers!!!

I .fBurgeryeer.v.!J"1'h .;bosp1 tal'b''eafeterla'' : has and dinner is 5 p.m. until 6:30: p.m. or Come Seep Our TVe* Log-Sid Hume We service all makes of

Carry out service is available.
.started.a "Diner's 'Club'" which of- or He-Roof Tour Home
I +'fers' a if percent'-discount on all Members of Union County AARP air canditfaners and heaters964723O

;meats purchased in the, cafeteria. and residents 60 and over can stop Call 964-7230 or 964 9799 Ems.

I ".''Union County has a very active by Lake Butler Hospital Hand Days 964-4799 EveningsNOTICE

'chanter ot M BP.r' said Mary Surgery Center's reception desk to

;ChanCel; public relations director tor pick up their Diner's Club card.
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INVITATION TO BID UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 'lllDR DF 1NTJttaTOMRJla
Sealed bids will be received by the REGISTER .. 1.1..pVV, 1r .I Ran COUNTY' DEVELOPMENT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

Bradford County School Board, SB2 North FICTITIOUS NAME AUTHCDIrn' ...........*....Iastf_to the JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
; Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida D5DN4aa .i.9tab.-. soles Dmle wilt Kenning Beardd, for Court No. B7-60-Clv-J-16

Lega1Nic.es until LOCAL TIME 6:30 PM DAY OF Statute, notice il hereby given that thoUfiaenigned. I-__ 3.u Jiwrtaaaaar..r.wddb I t'ttIw..........,. d.scrlb..tbi..tiaw UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

WEEK Monday DATE: July 20. 1S7 andImm.diol.ly Audrey S. Kite. ..0. +4p ..--.............',..- ", O.J:fa.. "......-.., S Plaintiff.
thereafter publicly opened Drawer 470. Stark, fto. 3201. aale __....._ H.IGw: 1 co.-- asms osV Parae" at1+4OOOa, ire Section VS.
N rated aloud and recorded In the School
Board Room of Ih. Bradford County owner doing business under the linn ir.k.wi.f6 I i9mkit I196osppsea6d 333. rice..n.bl.. s utr. ..... :IX ior.UMI31 MARTIN R. RICKS and
School Board Administrative Offices for name of Kite Realty. fJO. Drown ..70. fr i>,ks ow114g6ftarXe.da3s.ces Tel '50 To* m Industrial Pent KATHLEEN B. RICKS,
Sto..... Fl.. 3201. Intends to agietoTtatwt lP Sale ww-- .... (Sr lid:. 100)) I.S In Defendants.
the .
.. RE following: BRADFORD: HIGH SCHOOL said fictitious name under the ofor..nd -o'I .- ,_ o..4IAs..... .. .._ttlw......,.."., far NOTICE OF SALE
-- -- assw.capradrbvcwhal sod
estaing
Auditorium Renovation BID NUMBER Notice is reby that
CftI Dated this 15th day of June AD. Maou sat ee..i..."'- -........... ...---11 I _...... given pursuant
FQRflltl5. 7-0720-1 to a Final Judgment entered on May 21.
4u.r.web. .aerrw. Ttil.ih daaaltTcatiaf I. -
." 117 in Bedford Corny tam lin jie.ails subjectHp.ia
.Soalcd bids WiHbclv .d th.i Specifications and/or bid forms above entitled Court In the
) by maybe 1987 the
by
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; 6/)1apd7/9 --1'10.. 't _. !. | i ll..lne.tal....held iiilTlliin
Board of Trustees ol the City of examined at the Bradford County the undersignedUnited
Bond above styled cause
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ed R.rd.a
i9 Ca- Slesatw. eltsyLJriyeT4. Tfp'r7Hla .. -. I. the
'Stark, Florida, ot) ">h. City Hall In School Board 512 North TempleAvenue h..l.igasrl...--.zz--W a.tlV. Carat Blow in ihn.iiis City Hall on States Marshal or any of his duly

." .!$torko,: Florida until 6:30: p.m. on Tu..- Stark. Florida 32091 and maybe ...... l .. Tlisiiipssiinnsr Slobs Rarlaav thin authorized deputies. will sell the proper.

.;.. day; July'7r')9B7i! ) At which time and nonrefundable obtained at that sam.lootion. for$30 NOTICE OF PETITION FILED as0 eft _,---.1iIIMd. ear%1in.as rhea ..., p.r.w I I..te.ss est shell. .bbeissnitl ty situate In Bradford County Florida

f ,rplaco-atl bldVtocoived ,will!!! b. publicly security In deposit.Bid the form of a Bid Bond TO CLOSE STREETS PLATTED IN SVOODLAWM BUT UNOPENED pa. ,rsous !-_ son ireceelosy roe ...._ ttIw prapoiMBfl, sose..f8ad described as:

opened and read aloud on the following: be executed by the Bidder and a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -that -...CNytosU..---.Flsdasaw .the radg C"aoIa of the City Lot 33. Knights Subdivision a* per plat

4., ,'FURNISHING A TWELVE MONTH SUPPLY may qualified surety or a certified or Joseph Sullivan, Marilyn kullnnm. ,.....,... ....._.....1I6.11'Ia'' ........... ss..ts.t RaddaThouroml.g Bead will thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 54

/W,000-TO-27.0O6 POUNDS OF cashiers check on any national or state Dafteltl J. _. tde_ tFme.er.. arr rue nab.21w,.>wYs.aidamTr.iy.JarYy271 .... ..- .esrdMlw ten tfra Stale.c7pCrU..wk.oa of the public records of Bradford County
CHLORINE 9.1' TON CYLINDERS AND bank In the amount specified in the William M. Loges, and Norma Joan or' ....______ here mud......so- Florida

A BALANCE' ';IN 150 LB. CYLINDERS specifications made payable to the Bradford Loges how filed a petition with the 1a7o >tsBs __tllta......' ........w July 2T.1917 at public outcry to the highest, and:
I !'DELIVERED TO.STARKE, FLORIDA. County School Board must accompany Board of County Commission .... ..... set aao; psuem. ess ODwTBsti 1..eteHo6ll.r._.pessWeterWwlcoM. best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00:

,rgc4 'M;TO BE EFFECTIVE' 'ON' DATE OF BID AC. each bid as guarantee that the Bidder Bradford County Florida requesting tfca lasd.9ier'IA..ew.y.Falsriall..n.rgdnnsnhs. 0I0i nnsw o'clock Noon on July 22 1987 ot the front
EPTANCE.--' will not withdraw from the competition county to renounce and disclaim my SIwoIoeZ"aRlnw.! rimming Bnanl door entrance of the Bradford County

... The aid City r'osorvej'tbo' right to acc after opening the bids. In the event right of the county and.the public in and s Megwsy eat. ..nvniy co.-- 7/%Iteh. Courthouse at Stark., Florida.
all bids. the contract is awarded to the Bidder he : esk.w.Uard" .R6r roe ,ptavdrilas
pt or reject any or to the following: Dated: June 9, 1987
Board! of Bond Trustees will within ten ((10)) day altar receivingsame In Section 30 of Township S South. ....-. -. tR> aAlt2a.klSDK. RicardL.. Cox, Jr.
r. execute the contract and furnish '_ ... i>.. .,- I'I>.....AI... NOTICE
City 01 Stark.. Florida Range 22 East. All of 2S.2V.30.37. a United" States Marshal
: ...' ,' By: Neil L. Tucker the required bond foiling which the 36. 44. 53. *0. and *1 of WOODLA_. --r _.. t....: .... alDIIIo'M SAaTONlu..m.d.appiic.ta..t Middle District of Florida
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p .. Clerk security shall become the property of plat In Plat Book 1 at 17..... t-r ... 1oM the .....SIwoIoe ra.Jnw and Planning
.- City per page III
H Lawlor
: '\. :t' the Owner as liquidated damage. ford County. Florida. ...-.-.... s WiI12D lwrd..ahbad ..... ...........-. --.th.perty John E
45 '::-' ; 6252tchg72C All bid. must b. made an the oppropriuiw ALSOIn s ........, threat. 2316ans ."---I....: bdw law 1C tai IbWZ Ape Assistant United. States Attorney

.. ". :--.7. """" -- --'---- uiwwusai terms properly executed Section 31 of Township 3 South .isss 1.........J3sen131 .prxas T.errs (TV OK. ....w. without Attorney for Plaintiff.

and placed In an envelope marked Range Ear All of Lots 4.5. 1.20.21. 2. and :a..2ND"..,.,:7dF02wU.nr IT I..III,.,? lnaHsV South of Lest 6184tchg79Store

.,, ._ ':. './,.; ',,/', f" : to Identify the bid and then shall be 2B. 2*. and 30; end. that portion of tot 11 -- 11i-..ra.N.lrs..un4.d..arrl.w eatofTir.esw5.:end Node' of Alligator - -

At :::' INVJtATION TO BID delivered or mailed to Bradford County lying South of the toad; and. all of Lot Q. 29i..r.nebnp43..Rarlu=E.ai We.Maid. Gredsc Pisw6ovssaeOR he SesNae27.
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School Board SI2 N. Temple Avenue, except that portion lying in the fonts *f d Doug.Si Il__tLtMw.itaandtY. Tlr_i ,...SIoo*. ......22 Lest.Se .be
Sealed lid.'.are being accepted for Starke, Florida 3201. (Please mark on the roads, hi WOODLAWN. SOT fist .......5t..Iwol'ND1CE_.- ...............,.._ w shave 0"
'Ton Truck Cab and Chassis,
Tw ,
one ((1) of Stark PurchasIng the outside of your bid envelope the thereof In Plat Book 1 at page 17. tnialic M.swrp..hwrfv.Lasd. : uMIqr...
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delivered-to th.
City following: BID 7-0720-1 BRADFORD record of Bradford County. Florida. -inabr __ TMuebwy.iouda.lRwNw is..ublotten.pnlli
; V .
v. Department.-: HIGH SCHOOL Auditorium Renovation YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that tha awry of, rd. We* 'g,... IMIDE I.ewilab 1 I. iaol.g fa.bbe. .held ow TII_

Specification' may ,ba seen In City Any other Information on the exterior Petitioner will request the (imingi of a tiert .ritaa.eartheofL dry...Jaoia- 14.19' r Ji0a .. ,hr the

"f: Clerks AHbids'must QHIcs at City be received Half In the City of the envelop such a* deductions or resolution by the Board of County Cam .......... ]f oA c-tI .....1.ttIw SIwoIoe City Hell onTIY.r.p..nr9r.

'.I additions to the bid will not be millions at m> regularly srfisdul.d b9 3lasiteweFiwia .. St.bp RertdaAtshtsn
Hall City al Stark. prior to 7l30 p.m. acknowledged.The meeting on 6 July 1S7. ..., ....- 1./__'" shalt. behut.dd
Tuesday July' '7, 1"710 be considered. Bradford County School' Board PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACCOR Sad,seal._... 1.10.... __i iw ...ew ...... .... --'. u ered in herbs and spices tightly cov
: The Commission a cool dark place. When
4' City reserve the right to reject any or all DINGLY. -'- .-- --- .reaa..aA"' rMl.Dr.p.r sp.iN.ti.M.rang C"aoIa of the City
.-.' .', City of Stark. Florida bids, weave Informalities, In any bid 41232td.57a <1- IaMsc -.... realer,, ..,..,. .., .........th.ZaaingBawdwillnab. they no longer have a pungent
By Nell L.Tucker make the award In part or whole and to and'S. unwed. at ftIso_ a.rdd. ..... ._rrw.awudeelw tai t t.Stark aroma it is time to replace them.
4 ,. City Clerk make the award In the best Interest of .. frti n nnH Cm........mllsn.. ... .hoodLbipv1194iwcltyHmt. Buy in small quantities.

: 6/25 2tchg 7/2 the Bradford County School Board. ILaD.11IB- : : .__ rlarldaWaltas

4.v ;; : J' Award shall be based on the lowest NOTICE OF PETITION FIlED rn3f pies
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.l" base bid proposal. TO CLOSE STREETS IN 0Y: ViOuse -Waatmir Chairman. NOTICI
THE SCHOOL BOARDOF GUY I. and JULIA M. FORSYTHE has
,I. SECURITY HOME SITES ,. 8.b.rmdngPtwdngSound.
f., UNITEDITATESDISTRICT' COURT BRADFORD COUNTY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that Stab 2seiuiy i "ept..lnwy3IIIkh9" 7Z1tchaNaTlCECWSltUlH'S mad. application' to the Starke Zoning
#'$: MIDDLEOISTRIC'OFFLORIDAy BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA NORMAN J. CONTI.... LAURA CONTI : < and Planning Board for reclassification
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.: ., ( of the property described below
from
:; .ACKSONr ILLE DIVISION By Jim Duncan Superintendent his wife. how filed a petition with-tha
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R1A to RIB 11.62
7/2 acre located off
':' .1,; :. --1';. C'0..NoI7.-424-CivJ-12 .6/29 2tchg Board of County Commissiasvm.radford Ralford Rd. In Northwest Stark., 3/4 of
' 301
'., "" Plaintiff' .- J county to renounce and. disclaim alp ... ... Hwy Parcel 0233-00000
;, imTasEDP.NflglfmNtIDiED81a1: -- ... uthrDelphi.. In Section 21. Township 6 South
of the and the in smdto Range
right county public
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NOTICI OF INTENTIONTO R.ubN.hn s suede'of Radford County 22 fast, to lower the size of the lots from
.a ., I ROBERT J,;TIA'STER and PATSY A. REGISTER the following: iRiiItDlRMraa1EMsr.a.a'r ,R.hd. .aiemd .by .._of Writ of 15,000 Sq. Ft. to 10,000 Sq. Ft.
All of Arm Street, end that alArm
portion -
.. TEASTER., r'; FICTITIOUS NAMI s.c- a16dOBi FlaerdrSrwelcee .. This change In classification' I I. subject
South of tots S.
Court
Defendanlsw Pursuant to Section B6S.O*. Florida lying directly ... ..A..A_ >T siullsn. I....*> eat o. County Court to a public hearing to b* held on Thurs.
6. 7. of Block 4. SECURITY HOME SUES.! .
tf. ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION that the t.-aTil _dSwcrrg. ..dfRsY.drGorn'wridespur.u.nte 16 1B7
Statutes, notice Is hereby given thereof in Plot Book 2.r day July at 7:00 p.m.. In the
This cause tame to be heard upon the undersigned, Ray Reddish Drawer L. per plat Mgs ..0. 1o Rt.3ssrw.tr.,331e9Lwo.a..r .. Judgsw,. wtdtolr. Drug Council Room In the Stark City Hall on
records of Bradford
,
verified motion of Plaintiff for an Order lawtey, FL 320SB T.I. Mullls. 1431 NW 34. public C-imly Jes g :br..cew u..br-Runes Aar OP ....... PI_ sod pelnstc Thompson Street, Stark. Florida. At this

(* 'of Service by Publication, and It appearf' 7th Rd.. Gainesville. FL 32602 G.L. Florida. sawofOet _. .... 701wnt i ...-;- "' .''''.'. ter the time all person Interested shall b*
'Ini IhotNUs action hoe.been brought 'oror' Gray. Rt. I. Box 1003. Mel rose. Fl 32666 YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED the thsrt thaPetitioner _.,.......rife. 235691 irearnd4aee.gas.r i .........,.,.......wisp caste of heard for or against the proposal a*

t-, 'I: ttlJ. ."(....m..nt.0', a.' lien against real (faint owner, doing business under the resolution' will the request Board of p..g..5 Csmminionen a- +. ad irdllsr-usrtose.6.rdessas. eell.ssh.aHoe. specified In the Zoning' Cede af the City
by CuuaH
it I tprop'altyitw'ar.d'In; '1Bredford County firm name Lawtey Turf, PO Drawer. at Its eclridd .. .. .,/wilt sod..... .1If nsy pew... af Starke. Florida. This application will
regularly
.4 '+wlthl..th..lWdd"'Disfrict o'.llorlda! and Lawtey, FL 32051, Intend to register July 1"' DMooI: ibr> aaay aCf Jdws MOB thw ,., _1_. dee.Md paean ba sent on to the Stark City Council
;' meeting on a .
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,. % -,d.ys.ISed a. follower aid fictitious name under Hi* aforesaid PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACLOaDINGLY. 19.7arar/i..dSa.rep.. with the Zoning Board recommendation
t Lot 2\J.'f'orfcwo' l SObaVvlslan.. 0. Stairs s.... t. wed _
> per statue. r'6 n6rynd99wttoTtrlaPStrawTmal JtII' gel.sable. far acton on Tuesday. July 21. 1(7,
0";. /'plOflhereol( rero-'rded In Plot look 3 Dated this 25th day of Ju.... A.D. 1B7 61252dugTa ...-ResI ---- ............ fit ,30 p.m. at City Hall Stark. Florida.

'l'tloga! bet th.'pubItiraords.of Bradford In Bradford County.. tars ta.al.pl.y.r.. Walter Westcott, Chairman
.- .County.F'olda'(1' <. 7/2 4tpd 7/23 Au the. pr.psy. of. ....shore ........ Stark Zoning Planning Board
and itlurth.r.pptaringthat Defendants rm-..814euF d.-_ aM.271kdgt.iAdys. 7/2 Itchg
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Rob.rT.a.t.r., and Patsy A. Teastar IAYa .TTeW er tssai*fcto em said:
'. '-cannot.b..iItId':within'.the State oft TO REGISTER Sasusw ...... Rows lyres the -1- e1 the Ldford

Florida that Itl ncI practlcabl la FICTITIOUS NAME .. e.Jar.swillstiee/.demdsaa<
a7 ; serve SL.seaaaOn. .errh.rwm.n.Ya.d.9r.d. NOTICI
Pursuant to Section B4SJT*. florida -... ............. .. .
? '. them parsolU HY; and sold Defendant Y_-......Rt.A. .; -- to bond.th..brror HOWARD T. GAGNON hoe mad application
'... hove jsot-volimtarlly appeared h.r.lnltt. NOTICE OF SAL Statutes. notice iI hereby given the Mss 31.3s.twrf17S15r1..e4.os.le lea d.oufha. pr.pw/y of sod for SPECIAL EXCEPTION 114 In IIndustrlalfar
Oat Stork f ta. ote
Lane. .
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./ ORDERED a. follows, .;. public sale to sell the content of Unit11 Mary ..rsrFiapssi..llr.M i.SRg1 the Bradford County Board of Adjustment .
P...or '; .', 'I; Defendant Robert Toaster and / belonging to John B. lee at 1:00..... owner, doing business ititdiir the few ] s.. Sodss.PFssu. 3SB ev. isaeseses ts DoJtovlMa ilhv Sheriff0.UaedCwnsy. en property that I I.Classified I and

s <:. "''a.y'A;Teast.r, shall,-appear In this July 15. .87 to pay for storage charge. name Madison of Working St.. StaHia.Man's Fta.J **mkry,irr.nd- *4&4 W.. .r.gnes.r nw/. 9rew-.edd r roe RarldaiJMtviTK described below'

.j atJ'cau.'andplead tor the.complaint filed Location Is C a C Mini Storege. 1642 S. fictitious 32OV1 ... ..4> 72"723NGRCE lot 14 a 19 out of Parcel 04709-00300
said
t *'. 'herein, on.or.: ,before;Jul, 27, 117. or In Walnut St., Stark. Fl 32091. register_ Man a wudwtbheef.rewld 2IIoeoII tIIIh eby.N ........Alm. of Newman unrecorded Plat located
'7.7-; 4efdukther.ofS. ; Courf.sholl proceed 7/2 2trhg 7/9 ',7 al.fi.ntrrly. s Southeast of Stark off Hwy 301 an In.
Dated mrs B day of June.A J>. 1W7. .
.'.to'ludgment-ln-thfs caus.* to the extent s YTit.p.aDrSouth .. dustrie property last af Ma..I,Tire Co..
Bradford ...... .
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'" County. NaTTCEi. .9dr Ihea w MossIs -
In Section 9
: provided f/tfr by'swiarl5SS: Title 2Unb.E. (. .Township 7 South, Rang 22
.. fat.sCddetsaid| Defen-- /114ipc17/2 ... f9 '.1ftIII'I..cIads., lest, en property that a special' excep-
; 'danti.hadbaani''Uf9od;: with J : fffaiv was granvad In ITVI.
& 4i' -' ; -process ..........i.ilrjrblee .
Iersmi .
.. .. within'IhoItatV.of Florida.--'. w Th. Bradford. County Board af Adjustment
.' 2.'thi.'erdeV.b.publl.'d; In a u_Rldl-Jrka.n.IH.n. Ra..ne will meet and a public flooring I to
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.. ...w"--o""If.n..I' circulation In loof'gneYWn.dSt.Ming., .. lie .held a* 6130 a.m.. In the Commission'
Rai wcefraf __
Bradford County, Florida--not less than ML.4 dt so uslg..d meeting roam of CIty Hall 209 N.
t.fer..ou r_ ..... .... flu.t.
SouJeu .
:once each weekfor. '' si. .consecutive'Weeks''prlar Thompson St., Stark. Florida, an Tuesday .
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ow..cerg.aswd .
.. 16 117.A .
to. .. -return datehdr.inabovededgnat.d. July ,
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1 A DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, Pta02S7se 1.dh5SIieraPia df.deg anrnlng this" application a. specified

t Florida, this, 1st day of Jwn.. 117. 03L15E7Qdh14r2aie6e.efieghsrr.yI" In th. Bradford County Zoning Code*}**

'.; : :.. HAHVIYI.SCHLESINCIR ........c.r.r7Z Director, B.C.B. of Ad>:7
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July 4th Celebrations for Keystone and Lake Butler "


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Keystone Schedule of Events

Lake Butler Festivities

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Tim. Even LocationJuly

4 a.m.............................;.......................Bass Tournament Boat Launch 3 *p... Str*.f Dane KRA FM4. a. ,
8 a.m.............................................................Bass Tournament Begin July 4 All D.y S...W. TI.._ Pork
12 noon........................................................Deadline to Enter Contest July 4 9...... .....Tovmwnwi FtiMls The_ Pork
Largest WatermelonArts July 4 :30>.m. tefcy Crawl Tttmrnm Pork
and Crafts.Crosstltch Jul,4 10...... SMX SvpnraM *.. .MAX Trade
Best Homemade Cake July 4 10:30..m. Sky Diving Kcytlan. Loch Ili
.' Home Canning.Best Pickles July 4 10-.4S ...... Dmntm Ovmwntraften THm Pork 4

12 noon.............................................................Library Opens to Public July 4 II ..... Stimmt tmrmum ttmmmntmry' School 20
12 noon.......................................................................Book Sale Begins July 4 1IJO p.m. Watermelon ..... Gout*** Tk mo Pork FOOTPONTOON
12 noon...........................................................Concession Stands Open July 4 1:30 p..... Strong Stuff Truck KM ...Id BOAT
12:30 p.m........................................................Base Tourney Weigh-In July 4 2 p..... Motor Ski. Show ac.,..._ Booch
2p.m.........................................................................Prize Awarded Jul7:30 p.... Boo ....... Koystoltjf loch
Largest Watermelon 4 : p.-. ........ "-.I.1t'- IO_,.;... o cd
Home Canning J.;;. :irk "' -oerkV'-y _Kenton. Much 'RivieraCruiser"
Best Cake
Arts and Crafts

After Awards................................:..........................Cake Sale Begins 'Our Country Day' Big As Ever i
5 p.m..............................................................................Musk Begins I With 28 hp Johnson
5 p.m...............................................................Children's Games Begin Motor, Hard Top Battery '
Baby Crawl By Anne SponboIb,LRM Editor sale throughout July 4 at the park. I .
Watermelon Eating Grand Marshal for the 18th Annual Finals in the Tennis Tournamentwill r Coast Guard
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Sack Races July 4th celebration of Our Country begin at 9 a.m.This will be held I. Equipment
Hayloft Day will be Sheriff Jennings Mur- at the tennis courts at Theme Park. I

7 p.m............................................................................Fun Run Begins rhee announced! Commander Kerry Mark Fnedlin is chairman of this
7:30 p.m..........................................:.....5K Firecracker Classic Begins Page. event. $5995I
8:30 p.m,.................................................................Library Dedication "He's the epitome of what An event that always draws a good :
9:10 p.m..................................................................................FireworksFor America stands for. He stand for crowd will be the Baby Crawl. It is I Tax
the values and standards that make sponsored by the Jaycees and will
additional Information contact the Union County begin at 9:30 ( before that
America what it is. I can say this a.m. just
Chamber of Commerce. from experience because be was my 10 o'clock feeding) at Theme Park. Also: PADDLE BOAT
former boss," said Commander Entry fee is $2.
Page. A BMX Supercross Race will be e '525
Sheriff Murrhee! has been sheriff held on the newly paved BMX track Plus Tax ;r
of Clay County for 23 years. He was located on Orchid Street near the Sales &. Service Parts & Accessories
born and raised in Green Cove Springs KRA field beginning at 10 a.m. This -- -
Lake Butler To Have FireworkPlans r and moved to the Keystone event is sponsored by Cogley's Bike- We Rebuild Engines
I Heights area in I960. A-Rama Thundcnraft Boa...Mon.rk Aluminum_..>........Boat
have been finalized for the Registration will begin at 4 a.m.. Sheriff Murrhee and bis wife Spectators can view several ac- Thundercraft Aggressor/Starllne
upcoming Fifth Annual Union County to give the boats enough time to get Georgia make their borne on a tivities from Keystone Beach. Commander -
Fourth of July Celebration. into the water before the startinggun sprawling ranch off north SR 21. Page said there will be no r
Numerous county clubs associations sounds. Registration will be$15 They nave two grown children admission to the beach throughoutthe ; LEONARD'SShop
businesses and merchants per fisherman or$30 per boat with a Delores Wilkes and Mike Murrbee day's events. Several activities geKA1yes
cooperate to build the celebration In- limit of two people per boat. Each and five grandchildren. previously scheduled at Keystone
Sheriff is fan of Beach have changed locations.At c. Outboard
to a day-long summertime frolic boat will receive an American flag a big Keystone
.
to fly during the tournament and Heights and is quick to say "It's a 10:30 a.m. it will be time to set o ?
which is to draw huge O
crowds to Lakeshore expected Park. after. nice place to live." your sights to the sky as the Highway 21 N. on Left %
and Fishermen will be able to fish unW The grand marshal chosen each Keystone Heights Sky Divers will Florida fir
Lake Butler VFW Post 10082 c.\c.e's Keystone Heights, q
the Com decent upon Keystone Beach. The //
midday and weigh-in will begin at by Country Day
Ladies initiated the first
Fourth Auxiliary of July Celebration in Lake 12:30 p.m. near the Lakeside Com- mend Several of the most recent chairperson for this event is JoeSff Ski ((904)) 473-4180 $4.4nsrnnnnm
Butler but this year it is rell- munity Center. Florida Game and Grand Marshals have included Davis. *. ?
quishing some of the responsibilityto Fresh Water Fish Commission rules George DeSha. Kitty McGlave and
will be observed during the tourna- Jo Reed. -.
the still but active Union
young Sheriff Murrhee will be riding in
.Camber County Chamber released of the Commerce.schedule The of ment..Eligible fish are black.bass''only the parade that is scheduled to beginat .
the Bass and Most Pounds U a.m.on Saturday.July 4. .
for Big '
events this week (see schedule accompanying >
article.) entries. A special category for the The theme for this year's celebra- SALE!
biggest Sunshine Bass has been added tion of Our Country Day is "We The
Fireworks... this year and the traditional People", a selection made by Mrs.
Trash Fish Award will also be given. Norma Martin's fourth grade class
The Post and Auxiliary will still be Only bass 10 inches long or longer at Keystone Heights Elementary
in sole charge of the fireworks are eligible in all bass categories SchooL @
display with resident fireworks expert and only artificial bait may be used. A variety of activities planned Jamiso.fi Vita-Pedic
with Street Dance which
Robert McGuinn orchestratingthe beginning a
The winner in the Big Bass
light opera. The fireworks category will receive a trophy. 25 will provide continuous country and
display will begin at 9:10 p.m. (at percent of the total entry fees and rock music beginning at 8 p.m.July 405 DELUXE FIRM
until 12:30 a.m. The
and
dark). prizes Including a complete fish 3 running
dance will be held at the KRA field
cooker and a boat stereo system.
Big Bass Tournament... The Biggest Trash Fish winner off Pecan Street. The Keystone Premium BeddingNever
will be
Touchdown Club serving
The Lake Butler Volunteer Fire will receive 10 percent of the total at this event.
entry fees and two giant trash cans. refreshments
is
Department sponsoring a Big
Many of the activities beginningon
Bass Tournament which is due to The Biggest Sunshine Bass winner
will be taking place at
begin at the wee hour of 6 a.m.,starting will receive a $25 cash prize. Saturday behind
located
Theme Park City
at the boat at Lakeshore before has Jamison's
ramp 1 FrIendS
Blvd.The
See 12 Hall Lawrence
Page on
Park off N.W.3rd St.in Lake Butler.
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bake premium Vita-Pedie bedding A
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Virginia. Crawford.. Top. Ten Finalist in Miss Florida PageantVirginia ,

Crawford, the current Florida contestants. Miss Crawfordwas and a group of friends. Of the said Virginia.While in Orlando,that
Miss Jacksonville, felt that she pleased to have been chosen as pageant,Mrs.Ogledby said,"It wasa support was evident as she received
represented Starke as well as one of the ten finalists from among thrill.The dedication of the girls U more than JOO cards and 20 flower
Jacksonville last Saturday night the other competitors. She said, "A unbelievable. As a whole the arangements. She even received a
when she was chosen as one of the lot of the girls are professionals.You pageant was exciting and a lot of package of "Snicker" candy, tied
top ten finalists in the prestigiousMiss have to score high in every category fun." Ruth Reddick, who also attended with ribbons.
Florida Pageant. in order to get into the top ten." the pageant Saturday night,
Miss Crawford was up against As one to the ten finalists in the added"I enjoyed it very much. Weattended f
tough competition when she com Miss Florida Pageant Virginia had the gala after the pageantthat
peted with 50 of Florida's most, to again compete I n interview, was just great. Virginia is not
1y beautiful and talented young womenin talent, swimsuit and evening gown only pretty on the outside,but-pretty d
History is made out of the failures
tIq the Miss, Florida Pageant held in competitions last Saturday night, on the inside too."
a Orlando last week. this time in front of a packed audience Miss Crawford stressed how much andherosimofeach Insignificant
'I + y i'I' As the contestants anxiously and live television coverage. the support of her community,
: ..J awaited the names of the ten Included in the large audience at the friends and family meant to her. moment.
finalists Saturday night Miss Mayor Bob Carr Performing Arts "You cannot go out for something frmnx Kafka.
Crawford felt very confident."I hada Center were many of Virginia's like this without a lot of wmoort."
i} feeling that I was going to be in the family members, friends and fans.
top ten. The televised pageant Among the many supporters at the
Saturday night rounded out a full pageant was Teresa
week of competition for the 50 Miss attended the Miss Florida Pageant FOREMOST- S' PiuCE-WISE
Saturday night with her_ husband p fC1,

'ro Sean Kelley Completes Sgt. Starling Completes q.fUlmte4 Good
Navy Recruit Training Leadership TrainingSgt. rrp comb me t bring you Thru
I Navy Seaman Sean P. Kelley,son Enoch R. Starling has com- w LOWER PRICES J"ly a
of Robert L. Kelley of Starke, has pleted a U.S.Army primary leader
3 I completed recruit training at ship course.
Recruit Training Command at Students received training in
Orlando. supervisory skills, leadership principles -
I During the eight-week training cycle and small unit training techniques Jack Old Crown
Kelley studied general military essential to a first-line super Daniels
subjects designed to prepare him for visor in a technical or ad- ;Thompson RoyalSeagram's
further academic and on-the-job ministrative environment. Black
training in one of the Navy's 85 basic Starling, a helicopter repairer '
fields. with the 320th General Support Aviation 1.75 750
A 1986 graduate of Edward H. Company in Panama,is the son .750
.. ... ._ White High School Jacksonville, of Lonzo H.Starling of Lawtey 099
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NAME YOUR PLEASURE One Suspect Arrested in Williams Jewelry/ Armed Robbery




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C l x 4. One suspect has been charged In ....vnlv..'. The other man
It B C E l5N the armed robbery of Williams TSVWdl< CSUnteY and U r ei caning -
Jewelry, according to Captain out the cases while the clerks
Richard Bennett. Approximately were told to go into the back room
half of the jewelry taken in the robbery and lie down on the floor.
has been recovered. The men left the area on foot but a
Steven Charles Roeboch (spellingnot witness saw them in a brown car on
::.' confirmed), 34, of Orange Park Edwards Road.
t was arrested June 30 in Woodbine, Starke police called to the scene
I Ga. on cocaine charges. Authorities were hampered in their efforts to
found jewelry in the car at the time reach the Jewelry store as a train
of his arrest and notified surrounding was on the tracks,blocking all cross-
county authorities. Composite ings.
-.. ..r drawings had been sent out from The robbers took a small amountof
Starke and the suspect was identified cash but made up the differenceby i
0With """ from the composite by Nassau taking alot of jewelry. ApproxImately I
,. .... authorities who contacted Captain 100 gold chains were taken,
Bennett. 24 men's diamond rings and 76
,w.\ ; Roeboch is one of two armed men women's diamond rings were also i
__ l !1 who robbed Williams Jewelry at taken from the store. One of the I
Suzuki Outbowdf from Ihi putty 2Kp ID the 44 : Bradford Square valued at
__ 1 Saturday morning rings was a Baguette i
.w. V-B.w h v ito outboard to ftH WObo.unp y.
.. \\ escaping with Two owl head ( with
n d Stop by and check out th.(taturcsthat ti approximately$80,000 $3,000. rings one I
,leave lha eompctttwn In our w. ; worth of merchandise.The ruby eyes and one with diamond I
Loop charging on aMmod***Tnw Outboard OHln {
| ction C:Ignilton. : and morti .. 1 two white men, judged by eyes) were part of the rings taken. I
Vlal Our Showroom Today i; witnesses to both be 30 to 35 years of Witnesses say the two suspectswere I
( age,entered the store on the pretextof seen later in the day at Jax Liquors
selecting a diamond ring. Com- in Starke. Authorities are requeSting
plaining they could not decide which anyone with information
ring they said they would take all of concerning the second suspect
I I.Suspect Ir.
1 the rings.At that time the shorter of and/or the robbery to please contact
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News Briefer -_

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Three Starke Men tbairgltny-asnaumd? aggravated' Donald: Edwin Vickery. 25. of shore, according to Deputy John Brooker Man turning left. David Ellery O'Donnell i
Plead aaraullt wittta a dkmfly| weapon(, baG Starke was arrested June 29 for Watson. As Bennard attempted a Charged With came up behind Rowell, slid on the J
Guilty tiny.. ....*wiiTO4l. mmciiiKt;, according: ; DUE.according to Sgt. W. C. Reno. severe right turn his boat struck a wet roadway and collided with the '
To Cocaine ChargesThree Ito BDsjnUty muiu Tor*...l singer wa' Vickery's blood alcohol content was wake caused by another boat,throw- Growing PotA Ford, according to Trooper D. C. 1
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local Starke ddaetpn0aaeapn1sa01madamestintaaed .13 percent Vickery was released ing Bennard and passenger Linda J. 50-year-old Brooker man, stop- Roberts.
men ent.eI1eguilty end was fitefi Bond! after :a $362.50 surety! bond was Crowd out of the boat. tag. O'Donnell was cited for careless
last for no
having
pleas in U.S.Federal Court in ped Friday
Jacksonville June 29. W.TO set att _IJIIII\\U Doe! ramauBt in The boat continued In a circular was later arrested on several drug driving.Paramedics Bill O'Neal and
csuuiutfyJSames! bested in the vehicle was Lisa motion and when it came close to pot. Nelson Green responded to the 1:35
Noonen Moab charges, including growing
brother Lucian Paul Bradley:'ST.andliis: Lavette Green who was wanted on Bennard he attempted to get Into the Game Commission Deputy Jordan p.m. accident but there were no
guilty to Bradley to du tribute IB pled BBmuutfl ffinrf ens, 9H, was. an outstanding warrant for petit boat but he slipped and was struck stopped the van, driven by Pete transports.
cocaine,according conspiracy to Assistant HIS. .aiimaaufl Jtune :!IIi am am /UliirttiiaCauntty theft Bond was set at$101.25,she remains by the prop on the boat. He was pulled Hodge, when he observed there was .'
ettuanpe off aggravated: ) in custody. ashore by swimmers.
Attorney Cefallas.They face''union no tag on the van June 26. FlIP Predicts
amount. aommninE to 1UL Glen Bennard suffered severe lacerations
,years million.in prison and/or fines
Ted Jeffery Harris also pled guilty was osUaaiKdl dot dUaonuoi autnomtjesiJtefBeny arrested June 28 for DUI. no Emergency Services SupervisorCliff Department because Jordan thought Over 4th Holiday
valid driver license (NVDL),according Chapman and Paramedic Dan
Hodge acting suspiciously
in Federal was
Monday distribution 'of Court a chargeof IPaiie- Anftrew'fBsers,. ,._ar- : to Patrolman Hinds. Martin Cuddington,who assisted Rescue 74. After back-tracking to the field The Florida Highway Patrol
sentence cocaine. reatnfl: Jlune :all far aggravated! refused the breathalyzer. Bond was After Bennard was stabilized he was where the van was first seen Deputy predicts trafficplrelated lose their
ordered for the investigations three were ammiltt< (qua aroint),, according; to set at$467.50.Debra flown by LifeFlight to St. Vincent'sIn Doug York found marijuana (six lives in accidentsover
The three men men.arrested IPaiTilliianiBt.flR.,Klndsftr..Bond:was, Jacksonville. plants) growing in the field. the long July 4th holiday
were April
:setadSeA June Randolph 35. of Crowell, 44, of Jacksonville was Hodge was charged with manufac- weekend.
6 after indicted
Federal they were !toy a Starke was arrested June 27 for not injured in the 5:30: p.m.accident. turing cannabis and possession of With the approaching holiday all
count grand indictment Jury April 1.from The :UReal Hftewrtflt F. ltawr. 30V. ofiUarthiia DUI,according to Patrolman Kathy According to Chapman, no one less than 20( grams of cannabis citizens are reminded to celebrate
an eight came ( h CmnCy: was aranaaedl June Best Bond was set at $362.50, she was struck by lightening Saturday (marijuana was found in the van) safely and buckle up.
culminated inter-agency with investigation their .arrest test :u fair vuxilftfiuaBQ off probation was released on her own afternoon on Kingsley Lake, con- and driving while license suspended, Traditionally, holiday weekends
(Oburla2'ofasn iuflireaeeoeding: recognizance.Paul trary to rumors. according to Deputy York. prove to be dangerous times on our
At that
September.charged in Bradford time County:they were with! \tto rot iitty Eugene! | ILMU ffie- was Bond was set at $762.50, Hodge, highways. Many people drive to
in cocaine-two erfemetl em bin;swum reengmaance.7Uiliam Lemon Sharp, 43, was arrested who Is a correctional officer, was beaches, parties, picnics and stay
trafficking kilograms June 28 for failure to out late at fireworks
appear released his recognizance.The displays.The
Ice Bfewttami of St.1rJteo Starke Man ArrestedOn on own
or 2.2 pounds worth $60,000.The cocaine
for DUI. NVDL. according to In- combination of sun,fun and drinkingcan
seized and remains in
was
undercover wens amend!! Jtune 29! Our cnmiDaJInn..fI van
was bought by
vestigator Aderholt Bond was set at New Drug ChargesKeith make for a deadly drive home.In .
:, tD the custody of the county,said Deputy -
agents during a three month investigation ananrtfng Ihuestlgade
$2.000 for the Lafayette County York. May,the FHP predicted that 34
1DJmdIZmttnlltmdl hwBianard Jones of Starke
last fall. Coy was ar-
charges. Sharp was released to people would die on Florida
The charges against the three men SBsnmOL 3fewttnnu was relaaaed! to Lafayette authorities. rested June 24 on a capias charging highways during the Memorial Day
were dismissed in Bradford m favor IIDIIdtIilIbmilML failure to appear, according to Driver Charged weekend. Thanks to the efforts of
of federal prosecution.All Randall Harden. 24 of Deputy Doug York. the
James With Careless many safety groups throughout
DrivingA
bond TPpitifl Ehnc Jbotonnu 2:1of: SbrIte- Jones additionally charged on
three men are free pending their sentencing which J OB WJBS jtiuTtitfifl. lungIBBurrpossessionof for NVDL. according to Patrolman a capias with new charges of possession Jacksonville man was cited for was 19.The Coalition for Auto Safety
scheduled for August 13. a cnnttrallJadl! sunatanaexEaeainelUsliM Hinds. He was released after a 9109 of controlled substance-cocaine careless driving after his vehicle Now,Inc.would like to see a similar
aim sale anf d...controlled! and sale and delivery of a controlled
struck another June 25 SR-16.
on in deaths
cash bond was posted. drop over the July 4th
Starke Youth ouhnnare atuiiiuuUnig to Deputy substance. At the time of Jones first An eastbound 1979 Ford, driven by weekend.

Dies On US301A ; Y<1IIIL Bnufwassalac1l5OfOuF : Charles Lester McCullough. 44, appearance the bondsman surrendered Donna W. Rowell,30,of STarke,was Floridians are urged to buckle up,
was arrested June 23 for NVDL and bonds previously posted. stopped on SR-16 ar NE 7th St. not to drink and drive and to drive
14-year-old Starke :youth was WIUIhumB\ 1 ers.3Z.wasa ; worthless check(two counts),according Jones remains in custody. waiting for oncoming traffic prior to safely.
killed instantly when be and Jus'bir.Y- ..DuorBrimaggravatedbahsang to Investigator Aderholt. Bond
cle was struck on US-301 south off .. ammutttne: to( Deputy Tort.BBimfl was set at $509.25 for the 1984
Starke Friday afternoon. was sHt: att! CSOUOl be was
.be in
charges remains custody.
Gregory Chad Whrtaker was tad am Ins swum immgnizaace Lawtey Youth
southbound in the northbound Mane and 1 ttnnl h tto*toy away firann the V-UEV Returned From Ga. SAWYERCHOICE:
three miles south of Starke,trav Ding -
on a bicycle. Whitaker mp- ttmn.TnSGe Duval Man InjuredIn Isidore Hernandez, 17, of Lawtey, l
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ted to cross from east to west into TnSGeCavf. AccidentA who has been serving time in _
the path of a 1972 Volkswagen wan ICnngim of Starkejuummifl Boating Georgia has been returned to
and was hit by the van,according to 'was June 2B) bir' dtiving:: 44-year-old Jacksonville man Starke,according to Deputy Eugene
Trooper Murray E. Richardson. umder enlluenzw! ((MID! ), diving: was seriously injured Saturday Lee.Hernandez
Whitaker was dead At :the.mme., w.Ib lla IlioenHe emendhdL according: : afternoon after being thrown from has been charged with
according to Homocide Investigator set.lInJmdICI; dh t6irgamrefueed! his boat in Kingsley Lake. two counts of sexual battery, according -
D. C. Roberts. Paramedics Bill! fto take tine use. Bffie- was' James Edward; Bennard was to Major W. S. Rhoden. The
O'Neal and Nelson Green respondedto ski ads a HUHO)surety! bond! operating; a 14 foot runabout in charges stem from an incident
the 5:50: p.m. accident. wots Kingsley Lake about 50 feet from which occurred earlier this year.
There have been no charges filed
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D. Morgan of Jacksonville.

Former Guard Dog Training & Evaluation

Gets ProbationA All Breeds .

former correctional officer who Now enrolling for classes
pled guilty to smuggling s paired
women's underwear into Florida Classes Begin July 1O PBL YOUR
State Prison was sentenced Monday. .
Howard Richard Rhine, -00, nf Mast Have At Least 10 Applicants -- :
Starke was placed on two years;probation cJ.
and fined $500 June :29 on s06ed'eence I
Bradford County Circuit Court Advanced Obedience \+1 '*: ..
before Judge Osee Fagan. IU r
Guard Attack Dogs
Rhine was arrested in Februaryon protection Dog
charges of introduction of contraband qppmedl Iiw 1 itngmnnenn,,of!D..htmo., Certified Military" Instructor Parvo Immunization Required' i? i !

!'I! gled photographs to a state prison.of himself Rhine wearing smug Call 964-8411. Mon.. Wed. & Fri. 6:3O-8:3O p.m. :?:; Jlj.! d Sale Nj

the women's black bjkuu.underwear .=.-
and the underwear into an inmate:fee & B K-9, SERVICE. INC. I
--' 1 supervised at FSP.Rhine .
who was suspended soon GENERAL GIBSON
after his arrest, agreed :be will !mot
seek further employment as a.or-
rectional officer. ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC I MMSHER I Ie

Recent ArrestsIn Extra> Large Capacity Vigorous Double-scrub/

Bradford CountyThe Washer Washing Action

following arrests were made summertimesavings S298 1r

County.by local authorities in :Bradford *tr h,

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Dean Allen Lintemuth .of :Starkewas ; ; I" .
arrested June 27 for violation, !

probation (burglary of a structureand YOUR CHOICE --
grand theft), according (to Investigator -
David Aderholt. :Bond
was set at $2,500, .be remains on r
custody.

John Olin Avinger, 47. .of< Lake '
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CQ Field Day. lresterR 11:B.F9Ad Bradford ARES meets-' every
Day demonstrate.. that the fourth Monday evening at 7:30 at
This Is W4NKPbetaated brat hens aae i the ability to pro- WPXE in Starke.
Tea members ad ameeirses srf wide Bradford CGaDIy wWI an mollies A novice class is forming If interested
the Bradford JYiaarEma Rado emege-y eal.i.. ._Lr.tbosaepPertser please call Steve Sembroskl
&nkIe UJtES) +ica at 99454J'J .
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-field nsy aw Joae 27 and 30.
Field: Day is as as.atmlr radr ass Lee's Restaurant
test endorsed Ib7 tile --iaII '
Radio Relay ....... n. e..II
focmes 5 ability to test kaVtar'lIIblIs..aiIaC: -
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up an.emergescy e-mar 800 N.Temple Avenue Starke
station and operate far m sabd 34
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of the other Coded iioiwd Staten.asd4.... tbrssCamt- are BUFFET (All You Can Eat) I

Beginning July 1
The Bradford ARES L -.sa q Lunch 11:3O a.m.3OO p.m.
one transmitter on tile pvsssds et Ad.... S3.Z5: ; Children 0Z.8O (Under 10 Years)
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Open : a.m. p.m.
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tune web 1"-. Id wits De Open for Dinner 3:00 p.m. 10:00: p.m.
Eastern u.s. and m wO De ;:=: _- Closed Sunday
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This RocUhuler track JaekknUfed Friday. June ze.at -. There have been many accidents at the intersections -
3 p.m.at CR-230 and SR-K Intersection as It was trying ,some Involving serious injuries and many many your pre-need funeral arrangements -
to make the curve. According to Trooper Dawn more with minor Injuries said residents.Complaint is more than a con
Gordon the track failed to negotiate the curve In heavy have been registered with the Department of
rani. Transportation but residents say they are disappointedthat venience it is almost a necessity. jj C -
The Intersection Is gaining the reputation of being no action has been taken to correct what they terns I
the site of the most accidents, according to residents a dangerous intersection.There L _:__ I
who live In the area. were no Injuries in this accident.
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For many yean, the Florida cumstance in 3,825 accidents which The trooper may wave you I'I
Highway Patrol baa conducted resulted in 2,290 injuries and 30 through to prevent congestion or
driver lcemeand vehicle Inspection I Icbeckpolll" deaths. may only stop every second third, JONES FUNERAL HOME
Checkpoints can be effectively used fourth or fifth vehicle.
These checkpoints allowed the to bring defective equipment to 514 Nona Street s? *e964.6200Hwy 100 & Cypress St.. Ke stone Hats. 473-3176
Patrol to review a large volume of the attention of the driver for correc- .
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with the driver lice e ana motor from the roads c I
vehicle laws with minimal intrusion
to the public according to Sgt Drivers who violate the driver
David Goodner. license laws also present a threat to
By giving proper attention to traffic the public. Those drivers need to
control and safety troopers could' have their license suspended or
effectively enforce driver license revoked by taking away the
and motor vehicle laws under controlled violator's privilege to operate a
conditions that a routine traffic motor vehicle on the public streets
stop may not allow. and highways.
Drivers who operate motor' All checkpoints shall be conducted
vehicles with bad brakes worn tires during daylight hours and with ,..../ The Tent Is Up and Prices Down ,
defective lighting systems or other regard to weather conditions that
defective equipment present a will not obstruct the visibility of the

danger kiln themselves and other troopers '!or_-otherwise_ present- a Summer White Sale
motorist In 1985 defective equipment hazarcT to the trooper or the

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during: July FLORIDA COMJTEON fO AUTO SAFETY NOW Crul_.Tilt $ 2.r TwR.Ia e M C.
thru July 9 on SR-21, SR-100. AM/fM C..soM. ...
SR-230 SR-18 SR-18 CR-18
CR-16. CR-21B CR-225. CR-125
CR-229. CR-231, CR-227, CR-2211 -
CR-230 and CR-100A hi Bradford COMMISSARYFOOD
County.
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presented to the public Troopers 225 ol US 301-Lowtsy
tive vehicle equipment. 782-3017
will concentrate their efforts on *
vehicles being operated with T. .... 1MRlboyos.a Rrr.C CU. rW ls+are 1.0. a. ..ev$.d ,
defects such as bad brakes,worn 69CChops
tires and defective lighting equip SMltMVS. e.b.1 w 2H4e.
ment. In addition attention will I .AT.AC.PS. s..d.ls.rr Ps.dr r. ./ ..CL,5 sit.Pw .
be directed to drivers who would MI....Park .PI.Ti N. 4. rt a.ew'.d OA.p...PS.P8,.
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1983 MERCURY MARQUIS (loaded with FOR SALE TO DRINK LICENSED RN NEEDED at WhisperingPines PHONE 964-7776

everything. Premium sound, leather, THAT'S YOUR!BUSINESS Care Center. 3-11 charge nurse, 205 N. Temple, Stark I ICecelia
..oil. Must see to appreciate. In Good 2 BR, 1 BA with 2-car garage. P.rfect for WANT TO STOP full-time. PRN LPN's needed. EOE.
Condition. $4.499. 9646305. tfnlm retired couple. Easy walking distanceto THATIOUaAlcoholics Phone 9646220. Experienced need only
If IS VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition,, new shopping center $29.999. Call Anonymous to apply. 2/12 tin Terwllleger .
still und.r full warranty, buying on 87, 964.5606.4/30 tin 964-4I50-944-4219 DEMONSTRATE NOISES OP LLOYD Toysand -
Polaris whl'. w/block accents, silver- NEW RUSTIC HOMI overlooks lake Enjoy pd thru./1. Gifts. High profit. Free kit and sup rliyt!!1vserr.rrrareIrwArtattrrirtrt6firrlerrrieiitttt4NOWREADYFOR
gray Int.rlor, v.ry sporty AM-FM fishing and skiing. Rural area of CHAIN LINK FENCE installed Free plies. Booking parties, 9642030. 5/21 .
stereo coss.tt., AC, five-speed. Now Northwest Florida. $46.500. Mark Thur- estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. TFchg YOU
$13.500 Asking $8,500. Call 964-6305 man Realty Realtor. Call Evelyn (904)) Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 tfn MANAGER TRAINEE evenings and
or 473-4380. Ask for Mark. MFtfn 638-7383. Chlpley, FL. lean 87-274 HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical Saturdays. Deal with public and ....ACREAGE.....
1(13 CHEVY CAVALIER no money down,, TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on half ocre just compl.t. home repair. cashier/computer Inventory. Will train Rd.100 East 1.37acres $ 7.000
assume $130 month, excellent condition outside Raiford. Fireplace, 2 air conditioners Reasonable rates licensed contractor with good math background. Depen Lowtey -S acres 105th Av.. $13,000
25 to 29 MPG 48,000 mil..,. large two car garage. Call Mitch. 473-394O. l/9tfn dable. .....7777. 6/25 2tchg 7/2 Rd. 16 W and Crawford R.- 7 acres $13,000
9646376. 7109 or 4152. 7/2 Itne Reasonable priced. Must be seen to be SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS All makescleaned CASHIER STOCK PERSON. Full time. Apply Oklawaha River 3 beautiful acres $15,000
1910 DATSUN. 1 owner also 1982 Olds,, appreciated. For Information call oiled and adjusted. $15. Used at P.p-0.670 S. Walnut. 6/25 2tchg Graham- 14V4 acres-cleared $ 18,850Rd
call 496-3281. 7/2 Itpd "31.1133.7/2 2tpd 7/9 sewing'machines for sate. James 7/2 100 E- 12 acres plus fish pond $26,000
194 FORD (""").Exc. condition. Must PRICI REDUCED FOR QUICK BALI:3 BR 2 Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home Flume Rd. 9 acres joins Country Club $49.000
see to oppr.clot. $5495. 964.5531 or BA brick veneer home with fireplaceand 16, Starke, 964.8133.3/19 tin assembly work. For Info. call Rd. 16E-9 acres 2 wells, 3 septic tanks $45,000
9646121.72 garage, on 5 acres. Beautiful JIMMY'S LAWN SERVICE 10 years sere 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 7/2 4tpd 7/23 Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 20.16 acres, 3 wells,
197t JEEP PICKUP (C......), air cond., good home. United Realty of Starke. vice. Call for tree estimates. 9644621OR EARN S7.7S HR. septic tanks. 2 poles, owner finance $50,000
condition, $2495. 964-5531 9646121. 964.8447 473-3627. NOW 9646842. After 6 4/9 chgtfn
or or evenings p.m. We need assistance In evaluating and Or will split each $27.000
/ Itchg $59,500.7/2 tfnchg HOUSE CLEANER. Will clean your house.
responding to dally work, reports submitted Brownlee 1 Rd. 36.43 owner fin. $82.332
1981 FORD PICKUP standard shift, NEW I Reverse board and batten Good rates. Call me between 67 by our agents throughout the acre-
from.home A form $250,000
50 ,
phono 964-6626 or 9645562. 7/2 Itpd with brick, 2 811, 2 BA CH/A. Large evenings Work Saturdays 964-6417 or state. No experience necessary: Paidto Bayless Hwy acres egg
has $438.000
1984 PONTIAC FIREBIRD PS. PB, AC, front porch overlooking stocked lake. I 964.8418.6/18 3tchg 7/2 complete training. Work at home. Hampton 438 acres. This property everything
auto trans with auto. ov.rdrlv.,, plus acre. Custom made kitchen LAWN SERVICE for residential and com For information send self-addressed.,
am/lm stereo good condition payoff cabinets and vanities Sampson lake mercial. Reasonable rates. 964-4238. stamped envelope, 9Vi Inches long to: ...SAMPSON LAKE...
approx. $6000. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS! vicinity. Call 431.1376 or 9648085. For 6/18 4tchg 7/9 AWGA, Dept. E. Box 49204 Atlanta Lakefront Lot. S lake access Lots-
ONLY. 782-3872 alter 7 p.m. 7/2 tinth sale by owner 7/2 2tchg 7/9 FOR PAINTING call 9645363. after 5 GA 30 159.1/2 Itpd Prices range from $ 9,000to
FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 BA homeon p.m. Free estimates, references 6/25 EXPERIENCED UPHOLSTERER WANTED to
YARD SALES l'Ao 1 acre, large work shop small 2tpd 72MIDDLE manage and operate fully equipped $21.000
animal barn pole barn and more. AGED LADY wants house work shop. 964-5587 or 9647587.1/2 tfnchg
Reasonably priced. 9645036. 7/2 4tpd by the day or hour In Storke and DENTAL RECEPTIONIST needed. full time .....HOMES.....
FRIDAY ONLY, July 3.8-3.3 tamllles. 1 % 7/23 Keystone area. References furnished.Ph. at Dr. Greg flynn' office. Please call Edwards Loop 3 BR. 2 BA, one ocr. $ 62,000lawtey
miles North on 301 at Thompson. Used 2 BR HOUSE new roof large lot near 964.4082.6/23 2tpd 7/2 964-7004 to apply. 7/2 2tchg 7/9 -large historic home, 4.9 acres, furnished MH 55.000
Furnltur. Bicycle, clothes of all sites, school and shopping Excellent Iota SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES is accepting 603 Melton Terr.CB, 3/2 fenced $ 49,500Rd
toys, guns, stereo stand, bedipreads, tion. 964-7061. 964.8791 or 9647578. 782-3125 applications In this area for truck 100 across New River Bridge MH 3.33 acres- 47,500
curtains, sheets, and dishes, 7/2 Itchg Advice on all problems of life, business, drivers. Apply In person after 3 p.m. adjoining 3.66 acres no residence $12,000
MOVING SALE Sot., 93. Hwy 100 West REAL ESTATE love, marriage. SPECIAL this week $10 Moo Fri. Drug screen and physical re Blanding Street- 4 Br, 2 BA, like new, lend $ 46,500New
5 miles turn right on CR 225. (Boyless OUT OF AREA readings. Confidential. 6/251tpd 7/2 quired. Edwards Rood. Storke. 7/2 River Area 4.31 acres 3/2 MH. 17'x35' Inground pool $ "5.000
Hwy). 1 mil. on right. 7/2 Itpd SOUTHEASTERN HUNTING SERVICES THREE EXPERIENCED hair dressers with Brooker 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks Sub., extra lot $ .....000
CORNER OF BADCOCtCS. Baby Items,, Trophy whitetail areas. Georgia properties following. Phone 964-4247 or stop in at Crosby Lake and canal MH corner lot $42.000
car .seat girl clothes and many more BUCKHORN CREEK; Country Living, NW for sale/lease. Clubs formed. 140 W. Call Street from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Crosby Lake Canal 2 BR, 1 BA CHI A, frame $ "1.000
things to go. 7/2 Itpd Florida. 2 or more acre parcels. Electric Dove hunting available. Call for complete 7/2 2tchg 7/9 Meng Dairy Rd. 2.25 acres, 3/1 CI, CH/A 40.000
BIG YARD SALE lots of nice stuff, no telephone, school bus, mall details. ((305)) 8894045. fcan HAIR STYLISTS Seven needed. Full or Laura St.31 C8,lenced: yard,walking distance $35.500

|junk appliances, glassware, and much delifery, hunting fishing $1500-$2000 87-272 part-time. Experienced and following Kingsley Lake Village-2 BR, 1 BA, Frame, 5 'lots 29,500
329 C.nt.r St., Fri B sat. 7:30 LAWN SERVICES Most lawns $::20.
more. acre. $200 down. Owner financing up preferred. Hairolanes. 964-4645. 7/2 Orange and Pratt 2/1 from. $25,000
?? 7/2 Itchg to 10 years. 11 '/ %. Free brochure. 964.4238.7/2 2tpd 79GLORIA'S R.N. FULL AND P.R.N. positions Hampton Large old from. home- privacy $16,000 %
:3 FAMILY YARD SALE. Thursday Friday Frank Pierce PO Box 277 Chipley, FL MUSIC HOUSE (Studio) available In progressive general
until ?. Yard sate 932; Lessons: Guitar Banjo Electric Bass
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A Saturday Big 32428. 904-638-7606. 87-275 hospital. Specializing In reconstructiveplastic
.....LOTS.....
Richard Kellogg Gloria
Euclid Street, Starke. 7/2 Itchg Instructors hand ft microsurgery Medical
Bryant. Call Now 10 a.m. :2 p.m. ((904)) Country Club Estates -3 lots ($ 7.500
JACKPOT USED STUFF, 301 North, across BUSINESS Surgery experience preferred. Excellent (S 8.500
from Powell's Dairy Freeze. 9642076. 964-8120. salary and benefits. Apply to
W. buy and sell good used furniture OPPORTUNITIESOWN ATTENTION LOCAL ARTISTS/CRAFT PER Personnel Lake Butler Hospital Hand 't, {$ 9.500
and appliances. Special this week, ;3 SONS. Ar. you Interested In selling Surgery Center SR 121 ft 100 Lake Kingtley Lake Village lots $ 4.500
pc. living room set, $75; large high through our shop. Shop opening soon. Butler Florida, 32054. 904-496-2323, Crosby Lake Lot 22 Make Offer $ 17,000
back floral couch, $35; site 52 mens YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Call 782-3187 after 6 p.m. for Informa- E.O.E. 7/2 2tchg 7/9 Washington and Cherry-2 lots $ 8,000
navy captain jacket Ilk. new, $35; STORE choose from: Jean/sportswear tion. 7/2 Stchg 7/30 SECURITY OFFICER NEEDED Immediate. Winding Tree lake- Lot 246, Florida Frontier $15,000
ladles apparel, men., children/mater
man's suit, size 52 coat size 54 pants, ly. Part-tlme week-ends In Maxville.
Ilk. new, extra nice, $65; other nity, large sixes, petite, WANTEDDON'T Coll 355-5600 for further Information. .....COMMERCIAL.....
bargains, come see us. 1/21t1o dancewear/aeroblc, bridal lingerie or 7/2 2tchg 7/9 301 N 1.5 acres, MH hook-up, 2 buildings 240' on 301 $ 37.000
accessories store Add color analysis.Brands .
Liz Claiborn. Gasoline, LET YOUR CREDIT GO IADI) I will LOT ATTENDANT Must have Florida 301 N Dairy Queen Building $ 93,000
: drivers license. E-Z wheels 1320 N. 301 S-193'301 frontage $ 85.000
LAND FOR SALELOT Healthtex, Levi lee Camp BeverlyHills assume your mortgage. William D. Til-
fin. 961.5065.7/2 Itchg Temple Ave.. Starke. No phone calls 301 and Washington St. -262.5 X 105' $ 91,500
St. Michele Chaus, Outback aed.G.n..I. ,
Grown BUY HOUSES to fix up. William D. Tiffin. please. 7/2 ItchgGOVEIINMENT 301 N by Econo lodge 165.01'on 301 $120.000
Forenza, Organically
IN CITY 6000. Call 964-5764; after 964-5065. 7/2 Itchg JOBSI Now hiring In your 301 approximately ISO x approx. 220' $125,000
Or One Price
2000 others $13.99
5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn over Multi-tier discount NICE OLDER PICKUP with automatic area both skilled and unskilled. For 301 S 270 on 301 approx. 2 acres $150,000'After
44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide Designer shoe store.pricing Retail prices or transmission and air. Must be In excellent list of jobs and application, call
Into 10 acre or more tracts 964-7771 or family unbelievable for quality shoes normal. condition TOTALLY and low 615-383-2627, ext. J507._ 87-285 Hours

964..537.5/1. TFchg priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 mileage. Truck with a topper will be a Pauline Randolph 944-4313
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TWO NICE HIGH LOTS No. 45-46 on plus. Will cosh. 964.7907.7/21 Itpd REAL ESTATE John Longford Master Appraiser' 4942214737S4I
brands 2600 styles. $14.800 to$26,900: pay
Sampson Loker Ready to-..... Ph.. Nelson
468.2897.6/25 2tpd 7/2 Inventory, training, fixtures, grand FOR SALE Anne Terwlllegar 475-257
FOR SALE BY OWNER 55 acres of good opening, airfare, etc. Can open 15 SCHOOLSSEMI Randy Cory
mountain land. 30-40 good building days Mr. McComb ((612)) 8885228. Itpd
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and
sites. :2O lots leveled to build on. 7/2 DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin,
Overlooking Smoky Mountain Park, 4 ANIMALS Drive Big Trucks! DOT Certification camping O.K. Hunting and fishing
miles North of Bryson City. 3/4 mile local and Notional Job Placement $5.450 W/S150 dn., $63.71 monthly.
land borders state road. $57,000 cash FOR SALE Assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining. ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438
only. Ph. 704-4B8-3066 or call 964-7565 Eligible Institution for Financial eves. 2/12 tfn
for Information. 7/2 Itpd PIGS FOR SALE 964-8454 or 9648172. Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. OWN YOUR OWN vacation place! lake AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceIeratedlZeaItv.
:3 ACRES, cleared land, septic tank, 7/21 tchgfKOUNTRYSIDE Call 18002828165. United Truck Lucas Resort. Prices begin $295 down
pump just outside Raiford. Call KENNELS ''''.4112 July Master. Resident Training: Tampa $34 month. 'Ao.1 acre rolling terrain
31-11:13.7/2: 2tpd 7/9 Special English sheep dog puppies Florida. Home Office: Clearwater woods. Fish and ski. 25 minutes from
1 I/3 ACRES and mobile home off Brownie $70; doberman black ft tan $140; florida. fcon 87286COMMERCIAL Panama City Beaches (northwest \ /ac\
Road, 964-$405.7/2 2tpd 7/9_ cocker spaniel, male, 5 years $190; Florida). Call Evelyn-Mark Thurman

german sheppard, 3 years $90. 7/2 PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE Realty, Realtor. ((904)) 7843633. Icon
Itchg 81.276
CAMPERS OR
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES. AKC 107 ACRE FARM north of Chipley In N.W.
TRAVEL TRAILERS registered 9 weeks old 1st shots Florida. Has 3 BR home pecan trees,
wormed. Black, white or buff. $125 price: $85.000. STEADMAN CARROLL 964-4544
$150 each. 964.8575.7/2 4tchg 7/23 FOR LEASE 1.000 sq. ft., 301 South next REALTY. Call Collect. ((904)) 638-1171. or 101 IWI
1979 TAURUS 27' .sell-contained largi UKC DOGS, block ft tan coon hound. 16 to United Realty 964-8848. 964.8447, evenings. Bob Brooks associate. ((904))
refrigerator AC, heater ont.nnol.r weeks old all shots. 1 male ft 2 or eves, 473-3627. 4/16 tfnchg 6388214. Icon 87-273
bedroom, sleeps 10, $5000. 964-3318; females $100 each. 475-1158 days, 152O s. Walnut St.
7/2 4tchg 7/23 475-5614 7/2 2tchg 7/9 ,-
nights
22 FT. CAMPER sleeps 8, full bath fully) : 374-1443 (Hwy. 301 S.)

contained $2000. 4311662. 7/2 3tch( PLAY HOMEl HOME 485-1556 Starker FL
AT Tennis, swimming .

7/16 .. and a sauna all on your own proper. W FAIRFIELD ROOFING CO. Wayne E. Douglas MSA
ty. This 4 Bed, 4 bath home has all ALL TYPES OF ROOFINGFree
this ft morel Located on a creek All Calls Returned Within 24 Mrs. Designated Appraiser .
MATHEWS REALTY Starke'Golf Estimates -
overlooking Nr. 5 fairway at .
ft Club. 135500. LICENSED. INSURED ft BONDED / / Waterfront
441 W. Madison Country 7/221cha1l9 ./ Homes Lots / Acreage <

Starke. 32091 PRICE SLASHED!"I Three Bed. 2 bath / Farms / Commercial .
home overlooking Sampson lake .

with approx. 1500 sq. ft. of wrap BRAND NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME 3 BR, 2 BA, Cathedral Ceiling
[BH around porch. Over 2200 sq. ft. .
Stove and Dishwasher
S Room w/Flreplace, CH/A Heat Pump
IiI Garden tubs In Living
FmHA heated and cooled.

/J1IMI HlflTlflfSffVCf both baths. Was $130,000 Then, % ? Garage- NEIGHBORHOOD wDriveway.NICE FOR CHILDREN Brick :3 BR, 2 BA, Formal Living .
$119.000 NOW $110.0001 CALL TODAY .
and Dining Rooms, Family Room w/Flreploce, CH/A Swimming
t d Pool Guest Cottage large Screened Porch w/Gos Grill on 4 lots. .
-IAWTIY 12S 2 BR, 1 BA. 15 acre NEWLYWEDS A perfect starter home OWNER FINANCING Frame, 4 BR 2 BA, CH/A New Carpet. 1 Ba, 1

plus extra septic tank 60000. for someone who wants the featuresof BA. Apartment w/Separate Entrance all on S acres .
BROOKERt 76 acres '/ wooded a more expensive home at V4 the LIKE PRIVACY Complete This 2-Story Cypress, S. BR, 3 BA, Large living .
pasture, creek only $1500 per ocr.. price. W/W carpet CHftA. screened I S Room w/Fireplace, Dining Room Recreotl. .. ')1ft, Front and Back
W. PRATT ST.t 3/1, CH/A stove. porch carport all on a Vi acre fenced Porches 7.6 aC. .
refrlg, microwave oven, telling Ian. lot. Only $33.500. ROOM TO ROAM CB Home. 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A, Central Stereo/Inter
children walk to school. Reduced tc I ) Range and Dishwasher 2,200 sq. ft, all on 4.49 Acres.SIGGER .
Relax the a com.
UNWIND IN STYLE on porch'on 3 cleared acres, 2 BR, 2 BA
$35,500. ROOMS Spacious CB Home on
This beautiful :3 t tI .
KINGSLSV LAKE M/H PARKi Acproximately In your Jacuzzi. Extra Large Living.Dining Area/Great for Entertaining, Breakfast and
waterfront with bed 2 bath home has over 1400 sq.
153' Family Rooms.NEAR .
solar
ft. with a fireplace, garage,
owners home. SCHOOL Brick 3 BR 1 M BA, Range B Refrl CH on Nice Lot.
wood deck
LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick water heater and a large EXCEPTIONAL CB HOME 3 BR 2 BA, CH/A 1,736 sq. ft. Range Refrl .

sal. 3 BR, 2 BA, CHSA, large lot only overlooking a fenced Vi acre yard. I ,1 : J b t and Dishwasher, all on a Nice Fenced lot. .

$38,000. Appraised at $46,000. $69,000. 1LMEi"THE -GOOD LOCATION CB Home, 3 BR 1 BA Llvlng-Dinlng-Kitchen Com
ADIOS LANDLORD! 3 bedroom. 2. i boo CH/A. on Nice lot. .

j' bath mobile home with additions.)I Nmvy M N IM' -LOVELY CB HOME 3 BR, 1 V4 BA. Llvlng-Dlnlng-Kltchen Combo C/H .
CHftA. w/w carpet ceiling fans.I
-. .- -. _. ,.. fireplace, all on a 160 x 131 fencedlot. : -GAINESVILLE. CB Home, 3 BR, 2 BA,AC,C/H. Stove and Refrl Double .
1432-60 AC. FARM. 2-.tory home, j Owner financing available., HOME OF YOUR DREAMS Carpet large Porch.
horse stalls ft tack room pecan I j Great Room w/Flreplace, .
$27,900. SPLIT FLOOR PLAN OW 3 IR, 2 BA
grove, pasture, ponds, much more fronts i, AFFORDABLE NOW Profitable later.: t DOESNT HAVE To MEAN Cathedral Ceiling, Range and Dishwasher, CH/A Workshop, on 2.7 .
J439--COMMERCIAL PROPERTY "'

Hwy. 301,potential.1447MOBILE near Courthouse. great Investment j :, ft.This of 4 living bed, area.2 bath Home has over Is located 2000 sq.l on THE MORTGAGE OF YOUR NIGHTMARES., Acres.HIGHWAY FRONTAGE DW MH on 2.6 Acres, 3 BR 2 BA, Stove BRefrl .

4 could be used for Ceiling Fan. CH/A.
HOME PARK, Ocala, 13spaces a paved outpatient rood medical, nursing "Want straight talk about house..and the affordable rrurl- SINGLEWIDf MH 2 U Acres, 2 BR. 1 BA. Well R Septic Tank 21000. .

4 mobiles Included 2 home daycare, etc., Owner financing great i mortgages? Call the financing professionals gage to make it your own. Because: 19(4 MODEL 2 BR, 1 BA. Mobile Home for Sale. .
ham. Income. 100% in real
bedroom good at neighborhood there really is a deference SELECTED PROPERTIESTEN
'4 terms only $65,000. your .
occupied. ERA Real Estateotttcee estate companies. ACRESi Bradford County. 13th Street N.E.. Pecan grove.
4435--MOBUE HOME on 3/4 ac. Slue-1' COZY COTTAGE This 2 bed, 1 both "Banks and savings and loans IOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100x790 ft., on the water) .
co building could be used commerdaily. home Is located In Kingsley Villageon may not be able to advise you on the ERA REAL ESTATE -IOS.2 ACRES Northeait Alachua County. Priced to sell.
Priced right. beautiful 100 100 lot. Only Residential-Agriculture, 17900. .
a mortgage best suited to your situation -10 ACRES In South Clay County.
/446.BRICK HOME and commercial 1 $23,000. and salary. IRAFAUlKNf -20 ACRES NW Bradford County Residential-agricultural.
building, 5 acres, fronts US 301. In-1 I 473.7653473:4iI6 "But the financial experts at R REALTY 4.53 ACRES ft 2.16 ACRES Near Graham zoned for MH. .

vest here!.Great Exposure < ERA will explain your options. INC. LAKE LOTS Crosby and Sampson Lakes Owner financing. .

Lorraine Champion. Broker I 473-2272 Keystone O'vllle I'I and help you find financing that 321W.lefeyetteSt.Starke, Fl CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W. 2 blocks from 301. .
Northeast Section.
% CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE
,
lifestyle especially
OTROtTT REALTY fits your 64486your location.
282-1 SOOJax Good business
i iJBaEs HWV 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels.
I- ... "So budget.stop dreaming about home J,+....... -.... ., HWY 301 SOUTH 5 acres near Earlton Beach 210 ft. on highway. .
.
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1 ownership and let ERA help. you COMM BIDG. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space.FREE .

9648031or! make it come true. -. NOTARY SERVICES .
f "ERA will find your dream PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111A I

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MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR RENT NOTICE FOR SALE
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FOR SALE

1 BR APT.$175 per month. Call 964-5276 HAY ALICIA New hay $25, old hay MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Melrose area, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- WHITE HORSI 18 yrs. old VI Arabian, .
In 403 N. Walnut $10. furnished mltted to the Lake Region Monitor of- V4 Quarter, alert ft gentle. $900.
available 2BR
or apply person Delivery 7 mile west of new on on.acre. $225 a
NEW & USED MOBIL HOMES. Call
Roy flee-. In writing and paid In advance 475-1402 ask for Nlkl. 4tchg 6/18-7/9
Strt.7/2 Itchg Stark. on Road 16 Jimmy Gasklni, month A deposit. Also 2BR, furnished
Well at AftW Mobile Homes, 964-6407
unless credit I I. already establishedwith DINETTE TABLE 6 choirs, and coffeefables
OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark 964-8396. 61 tfnchg with porch -$IB5. 1-689-6634. 2tpd
or 961.6408.8/J4 tfnrw $50
this office.MONITOR condition.
In good
961.5516.6/23 tfn ALICIA 6/18.7/2
at
HAY Fresh
cut $29 roll. All
24 X 60 DOUBLEWrOI.all set In Olln' a
Subdivision. up Into. aiR, 2 BATH BRICK HOME In nice location hay under barn. 7 miles from Starke on HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR, 1 A BA, off Hwy STAFF' CANNOT BE HELD. 4732706. Itchg 7/2 .
Ready to move RESPONSIBLE 'FOR MISTAKES IN TRACTOR 10 hp.hydro.tatlc. ,
Dal.wood Subdivision, 9648941. Hwy. 16 toward 214, Clay County 4 old excellent JACOBSEN
$13,800. Financing available. Call prison 964.6)67 or yrs CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 36" mower deck $525.
964-5606.6/11 tfnchg 6/24 2tchg 7/2 782.3727.6/4tfn condition new paint, new carpet fenced THE TELEPHONE:
14 X 70 MOBILE HOME Br 2 Ba partly 2 OR 3 IR,$275 and up.Phone after 3:30: HALF PRICE Save 90% 11 Best large yard. $395 per mo. 473-7272 or Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. priorto 4737989. Itchg 72YARD

furnished. Asking payoff of $13,500. 964-5377.6125 2tchg 7/2 flashing arrow sign$2991 Lighted non 473.7694.tchg 6/18.7/9 Thursday publication.
964-5398 after 5 6/25 2tpd 7/2 FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED apartments arrow $2891 Unlighted $2491 Free letters GEORGE'S LAKE 3BR 2BA, unfurnished Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 SALES
10 X 55 TRAILER.p.m. N.w Frost-Free on East Call Street. Central heat I Ift See locally. Call today! Factory $450 per month. Ask for Aggie Rolln. then 15 cents for each word thereafter
Good condition 2500. air. Newly remodeled. frmanRegl.t.r direct: 1-800-4230163. anytime fcan R.T. Lovorn Realtor 4733254. 2tchg FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE Thurs.-Sat.,
refrigerator 11I.964.5888.6/25 2tchg 7/2 87.279 6/25-7/2 July 24. Highway 100 and 3rd Str. pastLake
PERSONAL
Ready to Call 964.7823 after 5p.m. SERVICES
7/2 2tpd move.7/9 3 BR MOBILE HOME In country. Now taking 1000 TONING TABLES SLENDERQUEST MOBILE HOME 2BR, 1BA, furnished, Geneva Post Office. 8' steel

US 301 FRONTAGE, larg. lot 12 x 50 application.. $185 per month plus PASSIVE EXERCISERS Highest Quality central heat ft air screened porch frame picnic table 42" bush hog
mobile home and large workshop. $150 deposit. Call 961.5731.7/2 tfn Immediate delivery.. 18002286292. fenced yard lake access, near town, 3 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile mower 8 hp. B ft S. 10 two wheel utility -
mile North of OFFICE FOR REND Hwy 301 Frontage.CH fcan 87-284 blocks from school Prefer older cou homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free trailer 73 Dodge Van 1980 Mazda
$Starke 4.900. By owner from 200-A.5 7/2 Itpd ft Air contact Ron Denmark, 9645516. 1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL-WOLFP. SAVE UP ple. NO PETS. lat S last month r.nt. estimates Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 Pick-up rototlller, 7 hp kicker, Sears I
DOUBLEWIDE across REPO'St 7/2 Itchg TO 50% Call for FREE Color Catalogue $225 per mo. After 6 p.m. 479-5022 tfnchg 24" lawn mower, double barrel 16 go.
2 Financing
available. Call 1-272-0625 collect tfn & Wholesale Price MC S VISA. 4tpd 625716. LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. shotgun Belgium.
2 USED DOUBLEWIDES Low payments.low VACATION RESORTS OR 1-800-228-6292. icon 87-283 HOUSE FOR RENT New 3/2 home for Call The Lawn Barber 4733590. Free
down Coll 1-272-0650 STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory Direct rent $425 per month. 479-2998. 2tpd Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg REAL ESTATE
collect. tfn payment. RENTALSNORTH Specials Color Wall Included. 6/25.7/2 FULLER BRUSH PRODUCTS ARE HERE) .
30x40x10 NOW $ 3,988.00 WHITI SAND LAKE 3BR AC fireplace, Call Michael Eddy at 4733173. Thanks 10 -'b ACRI LOTS 100' wide by 200' I
CAROLINA VACATION CABIN. 40x50x12 $ 5688.00 screened house, ramp $200 deposit and God bless I Itpd 7/2 deep $10,000 ...? Woodland Drive I
FOR RENT US 441 between Sylva ft Cherokee NC. 50x79x14 $ 9888.00 $395 per month. 249-7884. 4tpd HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WANTS WORK overlooking lake Brooklyn. 10 LOTS I
Near fishing rafting hiking. Blue 100x100x16 $21,988.00 7/2.7/23 $5 per hour 473-2560 Itchg 7/2 Kings Road 100' by 250'. All lots under I

MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK Ridge Parkway, mining. 2 BR cabin Reduced for Immediate Purchase. Call LAKESIDE COTTAGE In town, 2BR. 1 BA, HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions 1 ml. from Post Office, Julian King I''
Mobil. Home and spaces for rent. furnished. Sunset Farm. Rd.Cabin, Rt. 214-342-3668.American State Building central heat and air, one block from or complete building. 30 years 473-4089 no collect calls. 1 Itpd 7/2
Recreational) vehicle welcom. Phone 1 Box 216-C. Whittler NC, 28789, Ph. Systems fcan 87-281 school. 473-3287. 2tpd 7/2.7/9 experience serving Bradford and Clay HIGH WOODED ONE ACNE LOT
7044972200.72 Stehg 7/30 restricted building lots 9% owner
473.1018.5/28 tfn
Counties.
964.7498.9/16 tfn ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE, Modern 2
COTTAGES, Fully furnished. financing. 43-37221tpd 7/2
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 weekly, monthly rate Also Dally,. NOTICE. BR home with 1 acre, furnished -weekly
BA opt. For more Information call lake home park spaces for rent and homes or monthly call collect 904-246-4160 MISCELLANEOUSPACK HELP WANTEDCHILD
Butler 496-3141. Equal Opportunity
Apt or 473.2140.4/9 tfnchf)
for sale. MT. VIEW RESORT, U.S. 64E
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
6/7 tfnchg RAT sell and trade collectible
Housing. Buy
ROOMS FOR RENTi Magnolia Hotel. $8 Highland Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704)) to the Bradford County MOBILE HOMES FOR Items and antiques. Used furniture, CARE on a dally basis from 9 a.m.
p.r night. From$33 per week. Discount 524.1603.6/11 tfnchg Telegraph office In writing and paid In SALE glassware jewelry and much more. until 5 p.m. In my home.One child one

offered for longer t.rm. Apply in per advance unless credit I I. already Come see for yourself. One mile east year old. Weekdays 377-2240 EvenIngs -
son. Magnolia Hot.l. Walnut St. across BOATSUSED established with this office. 14X70 MOBILE HOME 2BR IBA of KeysWhe Heights on Highway 100. 4751997. 2tchg 6/25.7/2
from Post Office. TF THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD fireplace partially furnished on good. 473.2183.310 tfnchg EXPERIENCED COCKTAIL WAITRESS E
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN sited lot, central air $24,000.473.2017 BARTENDER Call after 5 p.m.,
d.corat.d.vrything furnished. Laundry 14 FT. Glass Stream bass boat, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER until 5 p.m., 473.7919 after 6 p.m. MOTORCYCLES Patrick' Pub 473.9727.2tchg 7/2.7/9
facilities Included. Video room $893.9614331.7/21 Itchg THE TELEPHONE. 2tchg 6/25.7/2 CLEANUP CREW Must have references

available. Will accept one child no 1971 16FT. COBIA BOAT, 115 HP Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. and be bonded. Call after 9 p.m.,
pets. Palm Apt., 2313 N. Temple Johnson. Only $ 400. Call 533-2451 NOON prior to Thursday publication. PETS 1981 KAWASAKI 440 LTD bought new In Patrick's Pub 4739727. 2tchg 7/2.7/9
1984, 9,000 mi. full with Clarion
fairing
Av.. Starke 32091. 5/1 TF after 6 p.m. 7/2 2tpd 7/9 Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY New chain and MOTHER'S HELPER or young'Poyrooou
PINE FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR apt. now 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display FREE PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME motherIs stereo.. Call 473.7901 before sprockets$995OBO. 9 and summer lob for responsible teen. Must
avail. Call 9.5, Mon. thru Fri. 964-6312. placement I I. NOT Guaranteed- full blooded Golden Retriever a.m. be good swimmer. Afternoons and
after 6 7/2
r 1/8 tfnchgWAREHOUSE Minimum charge for classified ads I I.. Phone 473-3756 or 4732210. p.m.Itchg weekends. 473-2387 between 3 & 4
STORAGE SPACE for rent FOR SALE 15 word for $3.50, then 15 cents for FREE KITTY needs to find a new home 84 HONDA SHADOW 750 like new.I.alh.r p.m. weekdays tfnchgPERSONAL
saddle ml.
bags, 4,000 $1400.
by the month. 5x10 to 10x20. 10x10 each word thereafter with someone who will love and appreciate 737.4519 or nights and weekends

$35 p.r month. Call Ron Denmark, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. a nice, 2 year old femalespayed 659.2134.2tpd 7/2-7/9
( ), Persian cat that Is
9647071. 1/15 tfnchg gray
$14.99 month. Call 9646946. tfn
2 BR MH FURNISHED, qule- NEWSPAPER per PLATES Aluminum. PERSONALS house-broken. Call 473.7901 or "THERE WILL ALWAYS be temptations to
473.3540. Ifchg 7/2 HOMES sin," Jesus said to his
neighborhood. Hwy 16 / mile from ci- Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great one day
disciples, "but to the who
ty. 468.1323.2/12 tfn woe man
for and TELEGRAPH
ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Modern 2 135 patching W. Call St. 9646305.repair ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE CARS HOUSE FOR conveniently located does the tempting. If he were thrown
BR home with 1 acre, furnished-Week- TOGETHER! Starke' most respected fenced yard, 2BR 2BA CH8A spacious Into the sea with a huge rock tied to his
ly or monthly. Call collect 904-246-4160 BLUEBERRIES 1 mile west U-PICK.of Lowtey 75 cent CR 225.a pound.Call dating service since 1977. All ages Including 1984 FORD RANGER- sp. w/topper. living room dining area, large eat-In neck, he would be far better off than

or 173.2440.4/9 tfnchg 782-3344 7823942. tfnce senior citizens Good condition, new tires $4,700. kitchen fireplace garage, extra nice facing the punishment In store for
or 18006484401. tfn I00'xl40' lot. 4733192. 4tchg 64625. those who harm these little children'
FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APARTMENTS BLUEBERRIES Williams U-PIck In 473.2077 until S pm.4737919 after 6p.m.
Hampton. A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. GOVERNMENT HOMES for $1 (U souls. I am warning youl" LUKE 1713.:
1 ft 2 BR unit, Call 964-7295. 8-8 7 day. Over 55 dis 2tchg 6/25-7/2.
Open. Scandinavian European Brazilian Repair), BUY DIRECT Repos A Tax Itpd 7/2
between 9 a.m. ft 11:30: a.m. Mon., count. We pick on order, 4682327. 1979 MERCURY COUGAR low mileage _
Tu..., Thurs., ft Frl. Equal Opportunity 6/18 7/9 High School Exchange students arriving excellent condition. 3000. Call Delinquent Properties Get the facts
Housing. 4/23 tfnchg 41chg console, In August. Become a host family for 473-2560. 2tchg 7/2 today. Call (refundable). MISCELLANEOUS
AM/FM RADIO Phonograph
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. 964.6499.7/2 2tchg 719G.E. American Intercultural Student Exchange CADILLAC FLEETWOOD 4 door, 1975 1-518-459-3546 ext H3339A 24 hrs4tpd
Close to prison on Hwy 225. Call Call 1800SIBLING. fcan Original owner. Inside clean. Runs 6/18.7/9
Call
DRYER
ELECTRIC $100. 87.280 NEAR KEYSTONE new doublewlde, AKC REG. SHETLAND SHEEP DOGS.
good. 122,000 miles. $500.! 4734659.
468.1323.614 tfnchg 964-8641.7/2 Itpd LOSERS WANTED Lose up to 29 pounds, tchg 7/2 3BR 2BA CH/A big lot carport (Min. collies) 1 female, 1 male, full
12 X 60. 2 BR Iocr. lot $250
month. 964.4238.6/18/tchg on 7/9 per FOUR, 1115 RVT TIRES good treat $100. Inch., cellulite this month. Doctor storage, porches, $26.900."Financing" white collar.. M/F available $229.
4311939.72 Itpd recommended on TV. Free Shipping. 473-7404. Itpd 6/25 173.7675.7/2 2tchg 7/9
APARTMENT. BRADFORD
1 BEDROOM
ABSOLUTELY LIKE NEW and running I've lost over 50 pounds myself I I ((612))
VILLAGE APARTMENTS deluxe accomadation 15ft. Kelvlnator freeier, $275. 642.1915. fcan 87-277 BROADWAY & WALTERS: _._. _u .. ____ .. n__._____ .
*, senior and children

w.lcom. Central heat and air conditioning WASHING 7823370.72 MACHINE Itpd electric dryer, ANTI-AIDS Use the most KITI effective Worried protection about AIDS yet.? TREE SERVICE [II [H infrrnrmD Nsw HOSMS Windows J
961.8601.7/2
N tfnchg
refrigerator and stove, $75 to $100 Request order form from: Vydent Inc. *Removal e Room Additions a PslBtfng
HOME for setup
MOBILE LOT rent.Already
964.5138.7/2 7/9
each 2tpd No. 596 7031 E. Camelback Road: Scottsdale EXPTADVIl E .tleeRoofsyM.ms
for trailer 961.5410.7/2 tfnchgC U-PICKERS CROPPER GROVE, 1% mile *TrimmIng Carportll.
& C MINI STORAGE. Storage space off 16 1i mile off Old Lawtey hard AZ 85251 e Cut Brick or Fool Ir-
or OF;, :
OFFICE. [d'-1- ALLBUILDING> ].
fACTORYWORKERS' *
available. 1642 S. Walnut St.. Stark. road. Lawtey on 57th Av. Corn peas, interested Anyone Stump Removal Stonework le Vinyl .
In risk-free .
964-8848.712 Itchg bean and butter beans. opportunity.Earn *
shelley
TIFFIN ft OWEN Rental Property Manage 782-316O. 7/2 Itchg extra money! Sell from color Flrewood NEEDSEfITTq" au Today! '

m.nt. Licensed Real Estate Broker ZIPPER CREAM CROWDERS, etc., Hwy GIFTS catalogs! Earn Christmas Extra Dollars Items-, Catalog TOYS "Free Estimate ITff: rFTr 964-6766
964-5065.712 Itchg 100 South Forsyth Road. Follow the :
OFFICE OR RETAIL 1.000 sq. ft. $160 per sign You pick or we pick. 7/2 Itchg sell Itself! Free Info from AMERICAN 473-7097 or 473-7679 'rT I
HOME TOY PARTIES INC 20 Craig Rd.,
month. Tiffin ft Owen Licensed Real USED FURNITURE, dining room suits, IIv.
Estate Broker 964-50AS 7/2 Itchg Acton MA 01720. Call Fran After 5 P.M. HOMES BEAUTIFUL
ing room suits, beds, bikes, tables, ;
(6172632755.) icon 87.282
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS for $50 bathroom comode and sink Ilk. new, I OF NORTH FLORIDA \ t
Include all utilities. No A/MASTERCARD I Get your card to Keystone Heights ; MCMll.lt CHA L COMMre1
per week. color blue. Jewelry and clothes. Call 215 E.! Call.I Stark 964-6766 I -
( deposits.' 961.5139.7/2 4tpd 7/23 Jackpot across from Powell'. Dairy 24 day. 1-619-565-1522 ext. C1383FL tin Licensed & Insured
hour.Jor application. 7/2 3tpd ;
SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE suitable for Freeze on 301 North. 7/2 tfno| 7/16 your
one person, 235. utilities paid cat or
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+u'4.M' i1M'7e WtlW 1 Our Country. Day Tennis Finals Set SaturdayOpening

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round action In the Our volleys at the net to take a 3-2 advan- DeKeyser punched a backhand In another semi-final match still to
Country Day tennis tournament in tage. volley away at the net, but somehow be decided, the second-seeded Perez
Keystone Heights was fast and He faltered In the sixth game Perez ran down the ball and lofted a brothers will face Friedlin and
furious Saturday with top seed and however, hitting three weak serves perfect lob over DeKeyser's head DeKeyser for a berth in the finals,
'" 1Ii" six-time winner Ed Agranowitz of that Perez pounded into the cornersto that barely clipped the baseline. which will take place after the
:Gainesville advancing easily into lock it up at 3-all and put the two Score -7all.DeKeyser. singles final Saturday.
..;.& the finals, which will be held Satur- opponents back on serve. saved his best two shots Friedlin and DeKeyser advancedwith
", day, July 4th a 9 a.m. at the city Perez held serve, helped by a pairof for the end however, and took the a 6-2. 3-6, 7-4 (7-2 in the
park.Agranowitz's. overhead smashes, to take a 4-3 next two points on a put-away volleyat tiebreaker) thriller over the
opponent, however, advantage, but DeKeyser, shrugg- the net and a backhand drop shot Saenzes,then in a come-from-behind
Is a big suprise, Ed DeKeyser ing off the effects of the heat and the to clinch one of the biggest upsets of 6-4, 6-1 win over Jon Coffman and
became the first Keystone Heights long rallys with his younger opponent the tournament in recent history. Lee Leukle, both of Keystone
resident to make it to the finals since came back in a four duece Another big local suprise in the Heights.
1982, in this tough tournament. game, holding serve on an overheadand tournament was Scott Baker, Leukle and Coffman advanced in
DeKeyser advanced to the title a down-tne-line passing shot to Porter's former doubles partner in a another three set win, 36.64 7-5
match against Agranowitz with a lock it up again at 44. team that was once ranked in the top over Chris and Kevin 4touin of
) Sw stunning, 6-3, 7-6 (7-4 in the The two then served up two five in the state, and a former Keystone Heights.In .
tiebreaker) upset over third seeded perfect service games, both holdingat teaching pro.Coming juniors, top seeded Lee Glenn
Pat Perez, a former junior's cham- love, to tie it up at 5-all. back after a long layoff, took an opening round, 6-2, 6-0 win
t pion who now lives in Lake Butler DeKeyser had a break point on Baker defeated Jeff Wilson in the over Lorien Friedlin and will meet
and is a student at the University of Perez's next service game, but the U opening round 6-2,6-0, then scored a Chad Mosley, a 2-6, 7-5, 6-0 winner
Florida. of F student fired a pair of passing big, 6-4, 6-3 upset over Salvador over Mike Nadeau in the finals, set
Agranowitz will be heavily shots that gave him a 6-5 lead, one Perez, Pat's brother, who had for Saturday after the doubles com-
favored in the final, but DeKeysermay game away from locking the match knocked off fourth-seeded Chris petition.
have the best shot to win the title up at one set each. Gouin in the opening round.
for a local resident this year due DeKeyser held at 40-30, however, Baker then lost to Agranowitz 6-0, Pfc. Srivibul Completes
to in the men's the second set into 6-0 in brilliant of shot-
::JOI'T I a shakeup singles sending a seven a display Amphibian Vehicle Course
draw that Russ Porter the tiebreaker. the seed match in
saw point making by top a Marine
Lt. Col. Ray Petelle New Manager at Blanding... defending champ and the state's Three passing shot and three win- which he committed Just four un- of David O.Pfc.and Pairote Unchalee Srivibul Barber, son of
eighth-ranked player, withdraw to ning volleys later, DeKeyser had a forced errors in two sets and showeda
Lt. Col. Karl Swindull Starke recently the Am-
completed
(right) compliments his successor
lead in the tiebreaker and
play in a professional event. 6-3 was variety of deadly strokes and con-
Lt. Col. phibian Vehicle Crewman Course.
Ray Petelle, as Facilities Manager of Porter was followed from the poised to close out the match. sistency that will be tough for
the sprawling National Guard complex at Camp Blan- Perez had other ideas. During the six-week course conducted
lineup by last year's semifinalistJohn DeKeyser to match in Saturday'sfinal.
at Marine Base
ding. Hendrix, who would have been He scored three straight points,on Corps Camp
Col.Swindull will Pendeltron CA Pfc. Srivibul
transfer to St.Augustine, replacing seeded third if he had not been out of a pair of lobs and a vicious In doubles, Agranowitz and part- ,
Col. Gull Chief studied the basic skills to
of
as Staff, for the State of Florida. necessary
crosscourt forehand to lock it Avant Melrose resident
town.: up ner Hugh a serve as an Assault Amphibian Vehi-
Then second seeded Larry McGee, once again at 6-6 before DeKeyser advanced to the finals with a 6-1,6-0 cle crewman.A .
Lt. Col. Ray Petelle PromotedAt who led DeKeyser 4-2 in the first set found the solution, and the win. victory over Jeff Wilson and Keith 1986 of Bradford
before rain postponed their match, Another Perez crosscourt shot was Jennings, and a 6-3,64)win over Ar- graduate High
School Snvibul
I failed to show up on time Sunday inches wide, giving DeKeyser a 7-6 chie Kittles and Pat Diggs, both of joined the Marine
Reserves in
Camp Blanding Facilityby during the second: round and drew a lead and his fourth match point. Starke Corps November 1986.

default, giving a berth in

Buster Rahn the pull quarterfinals off his shocking, were upset he would over Sunshine Industries Good for County, Rotarians Told iH m

BCT Staff WriterLt. served there until he was able to Perez.
Col. Ray Petelle, a native of return to Florida, at Camp Blan- Perez advanced with a 6-2,6-2 win "Sunshine Industries is the shine Industries can expand its becoming members of BARC. In-
Chicago, but a long time resident of ding, in 1985. over Mark Friedlin in the opening greatest instrument for helping han operation to serve 30 additional han- dividual memberships are$10 each;
Florida, was promoted to the posi- At Blanding, Col. Petelle served as round, then defeated Joe Saenz Sr. in Bradford Coun- dicapped persons, Larimer said. Family memberships, $15; and I
tion of Facility Manager June 12, mobilization officer, until his recent 6-1,6-0 to reach the quarters. ty," Medford Conally, chairman of Rotarians,and all other interested Groups or Business memberships,
succeeding Col. Karl Swindull.Col. promotion. In addition to being Saenz Sr. defeated Joey Newell of the Board of Directors of the Brad- citizens were encouraged to help $25. Checks may be mailed to: Brad-
Petelle moved to Florida in Facilities Manager, he will also be Keystone Heights 6-1,6-0 in the open- ford Association for Retarded support Sunshine Industries by ford ARC, Box 509, Starke 32091.

1956, and graduated from Largo the deputy post commander, effec- ing round. Citizens told :Starke Rotarians last .....
High School, in 1957. Following high tive in August. DeKeyser advanced with a hard week. ,
school, he attended the University of Before going into the National fought, 6-2, 6-3 victory over Joe Conallv and Bob Larimer,directorof
Florida, Campbell University and Guard on a full time basis, Col. Saenz Jr. in the first round, then got Sunshine Industries, a sheltered
University of New York, receivinghis Petelle worked with a Tampa firm his big chance when McGee, a workshop for handicapped citizens,
BS degree in 1986. for 20 years, as a branch managerand teaching professional from discussed plans for moving the '
In 1959, Col. Petelle joined the insulation contractor.Col. Gainesville failed to show for their operation, now located on Highway
Florida National Guard, as an Petelle is married to the Sunday morning second round 16 West, to the new Industrial park
"M-Day Soldier," better known as a former Glenda Underhill, a native of match. now being developed on Highway 100 r Fr
guardsman, and continued in that Bradford County and graduate of DeKeyser put the pressure on South. The new 10,000 square foot MOBILE ,
status until he went on active, or full Bradford High School. Her father Perez early, breaking his service in building will be financed by a low in-
time duty in 1982. was Paul Underhill,the"best fisher- the third game to take a 3-1 lead, terest $150,000 loan from the Small HOME CENTRAL AIR 14r
his guardsman man in Bradford County said the then smashing an overhead at 4030to
During years as a Business Administration, which will .
A notch unil especially designed
hold for a 4-1 advantage. by lop
serve
moved the colonel.
Col. Petelle through
up provide financing for the structure
for mobile homes Ask about
ranks, reaching the grade of Lt. Col- Col.! and Mrs. Petelle enjoy camping Perez, clearly concerned at this only.Additional. 11 down specialUnion .
onel, prior to going into active ser- fishing and hiking, when time point with DeKeyser scoring funds, estimated at JrVTEHTHERM our no money
permits. repeatedly on short shots to his .Save &rrrjda 'Ul dSy eCOM
vice. over $50,000 will be needed for y
full time officer Col.! Petelle backhand, held serve in the next
As a engineering fees, parking facilities,
served in Ft. Bragg, N.C. ((1982-84)), game but lofted a lob just long on landscaping, and other necessities, I

transferred to the Pentagon, and PINES DeKeyser's behind 25.Perez service game and fell Larimer said. Additional financialaid !6KI '1 Ii

held serve again for 3-5, but Is being sought from the County ?
and the well as from in-
Quality LivingSR City, as
smashed service winnerat
DeKeyser a dividual donations and membership 332 W. MADISON
ST. a PH. 964-7701
PONY 121 Lake Butler &**-* I 40-5, 5-3 and held for a 6-3 win in fees in the BARC.
the first set.
Jill For Sale ((904)) 496-2366 Perez started the second set by
1.2 & 3 bedroom homes; near holding serve at love on a variety of Conally emphasized the benefit to
liii 2'/2 Yr. Old Filly hospitals schools & state facilities fine-looking strokes, but DeKeyser the community of the substantial
Pretty & Energetic locked it up at 1-all in the next game payroll received by the 55 clientsnow County. . .
..""'- -$200 """. ,. Preference given to long-term. aided by two service winners, also being employed by the center in
rentals Consult office/Unit 23 holding at love. useful occupations. "These people
after 6
782-3872 p.m. JableTV Kid1 Playground Locked up and on serve at 2-2 would otherwise be unemployed and --

DeKeyser got the first service breakof dependent on government aid for COMMERCIAL PROPERTY NOTICE
the second set in a long fifth gameon their support," Conally said. When
ttstssttatt a pair of brilliant backhand the new facility is completed. SunRemodeling RENTLEASEOFFICE
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
to the Union County Tim.. office -
GAGNONReBuilders SALE I AND WAREHOUSE SPACE In writing and paid In advance
and Repairs Located In Union County Time unless' credit I I. alr.ady establishedwith
Call for Information. this office.
Room Additions *Hom. building.
: OR Repairs 496-3261. tfn. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Bulldozer Work J* Re-Roofing Electrical Repair RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
I Free Estimates INSURANCEMAINES CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Culverts InstalledFill
LEASE PO I mrasMC" THE TELEPHONE.
;. Call Fred Stafford a.
Dirt & Top Soil 485.1952 .rah r.pr r.d INSURANCE AGENCYi 25 E. Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY

9645414If Main Street Lake Butler, ...96.3978.Compl.I. NOON prior to Thursday publication.
71/2 ACRES Insurance S.rvlc.10 tfn Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3.30,
No Answer964801O then 1 15 cent for each word thereafter.

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop HELP WANTED

300 Ft. Building
Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR
sas FOOD STORE-26 In Lake Butl.r I I. REAL ESTATE

229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 now accepting application for
120 Ft. Enclosed In ? Manag.r Position. Experience a mut.
Work Area Company benefit Salary based on..- LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY -
Ft.
| 1200 Sq. pereince plus bonus. Send Resume or If I don't have It, I'll find It.Just
apply at SSS office, 2200 E. Duval ask. JANE 'S. USHER. REALTOR.
Rent $200 Per Month Street Lake City Fl. 32053. tfn/chg. 496-2126 or 496-2903, eves. "YOUR
6/4 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin
For 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. HOUSEKEEPING AIDE Immediate part-
time position available Saturday and
;J.R. YI GIF ''J9.. '.GUl r ; Next to Mosley's Tire morning Contact personnel Lake

I ( j 'f ;;..fS jtV: 1"91n$' : For Info See Lynn at Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center, GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1U(
,' u' '. m'.' -m.. 890 E. Main Street lake Butler, Fl. repair). Delinquent tax property.
tart oca 'I par Lynn's Body Shop 32034 496-2323. EOE Itchg. 7/2 Repossessions. Call 1(803)687-6000( ) ,
liv. airlln. computers.
rain on Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list. 7/2
Home study and r.sident trolning. orMcDougall WANTED LADY Someone to be live-in 8tpd. 8/20
Financial aid ovailabie. Job ploc.- /"" companion with elderly lady, to FOR SALE BY OWNER Thr. bedroom,"2
.nt as.istanc., National h.odquart.rs.T. REALTOR Jane S. UsherYour prepare meal X minor housekeeping.Lady bath mobile home, central heat and
,.houe Fomr. FRAVEtSCHOOl I I. not an Invalid and I I. In sound air, with carport on one acre. Two
1-904-786-8989 Union County Realtor mind, attend church etc. Bedroom 2 both two story house with
st 904-496-3958 or 904-496-3939 or deck, central heat and air on 1/2 acre.
496-2126 or 496-2903 904.73.221".6/18 "!Chg 7/9 Also carport sale..Call 496-2677.after
ACCrED1n'DNfMeF.' .N M S C 5 P.M. Itpd. 7/2

360 W. Main St. Lake Butler
.AKE BUTLER Reduced for quick eo''.. 3
YARD SALE BR. 2 BA, CHSA Large lot. only $41,500

'5 ACRI HANCHETTI that hot everything. Beautiful custom built home iur- $38,000. Mathew Realty 964-4469. I
GETS rounded by 100 oak tr..., Improved pasture, pool born with horie stalls CARPORT SALE Saturday July 4th, 8 2/5tfn
THE WORD fish pond and of tours board f.nc. Owner MUST SELL reduced price by A.M. to 12 noon. Girl clothe and FOR SALE
$34,000 I... than original price and owner will finance. Wont last long... more. B.J. Foliter' house. 360 N.W.
AROUND RIVER FRONTAGE on the Santo F. River ltuated on high buff lendi additional 3rd Street Lake Butler. tpd. 7/2

privacy to this contemporary 2-story custom built home. OWNER GARAGE SALEi Fri. S Sat.. July 3 A 4. 22* 25" ZENITHH COLOR CONSOLE Beautiful
MOVING OUT OF STATE, MUST SELL. Owner will help with flnanc. year of leftover 2 can 80 Datsun walnut cabinet. Payoff balanc. of
Cathedral ceiling, fireplace, and over 2000 tq. ft. living area to mention and '82 Old. 1 couch Simmons Hid. $279.83 or take ever payment of
tome extra A-Bed excellent condition, picture, $23.18. Call 496-2282. 6/25 3tpd. 7/9
-1' ACRES Include pasture, pin. tree, fish pond and 2 large barns, book, clothe NO ANTIQUES. LOTS SNAPPER MOWER 30" II HP, electric
chlck.n or dog pen hog parlor', property fenced, located on paved OF UNIQUESIII! AI & Dorothy tart, used about 100 hour 97500.
pen
road and belt of all OWNER FINANCED. Can be told In 3 different parcel Whitehead, 175 S.E. 3rd Ave., Lake Call (Jax.) 743-5703 after 6:30 P.M.
..."I.r FL 9." p.m. 7/2 Itpd 6/23 2tchg. 7/2
4 alto. MUST SEE If acreage I I. what you want.
.4 ACRES OR S ACRES with tree, on graded road, OWNER FINANCE. With
u well 4" with tub pump septic tank and power pole. Or 3 ocr.. of pasture MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT

and wood on graded road with flnanc. h.lp without any facllltle FOR SALE
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY available In Lake Butler. Main St.corn.r proper CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental
ty. Priced reduced for CASH. home tailored to your pay schedule.
MOBILI HOME AND LOT In city of Lake Butl.r. Owner will finance. Also 12'. 65' MOBILE HOMI Two bedroom, I PINES SR121, |lust couth of SR100 In
additional lot available. 1/2 bath, central heat and air. Mutt Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
'2 BEDROOM CB AND BRICK HOME with additional corner lot near see to appreciate. 6000. Call 3/21
hotpltol. OWNER HAS REDUCED PRICE 5000. Motivated to tell. Home has 4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACI
central heat and air, alto refrigerator stays and dishwasher On. block TWO-2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES IT x located In Union County Tim.. Buildingat
Butler. 60 handy man' special. Good and 150 West Main. Call "496-2261 for
from Main St. Lak.
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_3 BEDROOM BATH CB HOMI with central heat and air. Ha surface top olid. 2850. each. PINES SRI2I lake more Information tfn
and double wall unit. F.nc.d yard In town ome help' to Butler. 496-2366. tfnchg. 4/30 CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely furnished -
stove oven NEED MORI ROOM 24x70 doublewide all electric central heat and
'flnanc. available. mobile home, 4 bedroom. 2 bath, air, private paved road laundry and
that
BEAUTIFUL 1'/. ACRE COUNTRY LOT on paved road. Perfect for family room. For family that want lot park playground. Near school, hosp..
Like fast! And, like, for sure! with your message in the DREAM HOME. Located East of Lake Butler, about 3 mile Alto has lots of of ipoce. Financing can be arranged If late facllltle PINES SR-121 east Lake
Call I tree*. needed. price Include delivery and set Butler. Call 4962366. Two children.
now
classifieds. m
For sure, you'll get results up. $15.300. Call for appointment. max., and no pet*. chg/tfn S/21
Also have homes Ideal to purchase for rental property. Lake Butler 496-0071. tfn 6/18 ,

CLASSIFIED AD DEPT. has many rentals but needs many more. GOOD INVESTMENTI! 1911 KIMBERLY 26' K 44' Three bedroom. PERSONAL SERVICESWILL
2 bath with fireplace, partly furnished .
For these properties and many more; call: walk-In closet with 12' x 20' porch.
964-6305 2 1/2 ton air conditioner electric pole BABYSIT IN MY HOMI Daytime. 1/2
Jane S. Usher r iklrtlng. 17500. Call 496-2553. mile from RMC Call 4961320. Itchg.
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Hess .JImmie H. Wilson Hazel L. Elixson ; Perhaps you sent a lovely card or, Just thought of us'that v 'day.

Carlus hess 65, resident of Starke Jimmie H. Wilson, M, of Jackson-* Mrs. Hazel Lee Elixson, 59, diedon We all at Perhaps quietly you in a sent chair.a funeral Whatever you did to console our
died Wednesday. June 24, at North ville died spray hearts we thank you so much
Monday June 29, at his June 10. That if so. we taw it there.
Florida Regional Hospital followinga sister's residence in Melrose following Wednesday was held at the First In God's Perhaps you spoke the kindest whatever The the family part. of Gregory Chad'Whltaker
short illness. a long illness. United Baptist Church in Grays When it. words as any friend could
say.
Mr. Hess was born in Kingsport, Born October 8, 1930 In At- Creek N.C.. with the Rev. Jack Perhaps you were not there at all.
TN. He Joined the Civil Conservation tapulgus GA. Mr. Wilson lived in Church officiating. Burial followedin No mere
Corps., and moved to California Jacksonville most of his lifetime and Lafayette Memorial Park West When a 4
where he Joined the U.S. Army. Mr. had been In Metros one week. He her husband terrain-* -- -_.
Surviving are Fen
Hess was a veteran of the Pearl Harbor member Not even -
was a of the Baptist faith; a
Elixson; two daughters, Jeanie ....
attack World War II. He Nor
during
retired maintenance worker and Schmid of Linden and Darlene '" /.I
was the chaplin for the American served In the U.S. Air Fore 1947-50. cancerCan
Wilkes of Mills Gerald
Legion Post No. M of Starke. He has Survivors include two daughters Hope ; a son, ever .
Elixson of Mills her
Hope father
resided in Starke since 1971 and Cynthia Wilson *: Jean Wilson, both William Franklin Guiton; of The wrf
retired after 33 years of service with of Jacksonville; four sons, Jack Mills a sister Ann Goodman Hope of A. 11tu.
the Gulf Oil Corporation. He was a Brian&Jamie Wilson all of Jacksonville ; six, No \ ,". ANN
Fayetteville
member of the Gulf Oil Corporation and Wesley Wilson of Atlanta. and two great-grandchildren.; grandchildren; At h. l ClrI

retired employees. GA; two brothers Marion Murry Hi ",.,
Survivors include his wife, Betty Wilson, both of Brunswick, GA; four :
D. Hess; one daughter, Linda H. sisters Gladys Hughes of Sardinia mirthteavcs '
Barnett of Gainesville; one son, OH, Anita Petty, Sylvia Woods & '\
James R. Hess of Hampton; four Dolores Chiaippini all of Melrose; 7 Gregory Chad Whitaker earthForever-
brothers and two sisters, five grand- grandchildren. Gregory Chad Whitaker. 14. resI- '
children and several nieces and Memorial services were held in dent of Starke died Thursday afternoon He know.seeks
nephews. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Wednesday June 25.
Funeral services were held Saturday July 1, with Rev.Alfred Vaught con- Master Whitaker was raised in The. ALL
June 27, at the chapel of Archie ducting the services. Burial will be Bradford County where he attendedthe teor*.
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. at a later date under the direction of Bradford County School Right
Travis Hudson officiating. Archie Jones Funeral Home of Keystone systems. He was of the Baptist faith.. po... E itiB9
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was .Heights.In Dull AMERICANFOOD
in charge of arrangements. lieu of flowers, his family re- Survivors include his mother and main.
quests donations to the North Central father Mr. &Mrs.Gregory Ray and Bright ...Jesus"r'
Camille Whitaker both of Starke; close
Florida Hospice, 801 S.W. 2nd BARFor
Lamar Hanson
Leroy brother
Ave., Gainesville, FL 32602. one Joshua Clay Whitakerof Will '
Lamar Leroy Hanson 66, of Starke; maternal grandparents 'croes
Sanderson died Saturday at the Gerald Frank Faulkner Davis and Billie Jean Gassett of a real treat try our FOOD BAR. You will -

Bradford Hospital after an extended Starke; paternal grandparentsJames find a variety of meats
illness. Gerald Frank Faulkner, 41. of P. and Eva Eddings both of vegetables salads.
Jacksonville, died Sunday at his
born In AL Starke.! desserts and Ice bar
Mr. Hanson was Boaz residence after an extended illness. cream to suit your

and his lived life in before Sand Mountain moving to AL Sanderson mostof tucky Mr. but Faulkner had lived was in born Jacksonville in Ken- Graveside services were held The taste. at a GREAT PRICE . ." .. '3.99

2 years ago. He was manager ofa moat of his life. He was a plumber. Saturday June 27, at Kingsley Lake has Meat Items at Our Food Bart Fish, Baked Chicken. Chopped
laundry; a mason and a memberof Survivors include three Cemetery with Rev. E.C. Harvey us a I Sirloin i
Gravy, Smoked Sausage, Chicken Livers Barbecue
the Baptist faith. daughters Joyce Annette Faulkner conducting the services.Archie Tan- friends. '
Survivors include two daughters. Melissa Gall Faulkner and KrystieLee ner Funeral Home of Starke was in Chlckm. Lasagna. Fried Chicken, Roast leaf and Meat Loaf.
Sherry A. Steadham of Sandersonand Faulkner all of Jacksonville; charge of arrangements.
of Stone Mountain
Shirley Chivers -
two sons, Robert Bruce Faulknerand
GA: two sisters. Ethel ramp: of Michael Faulkner both

Albertville AL and Nlcie Smith of of Jacksonville Wayne; his mother Lennie Or try our full menu, for the
Atlanta GA; four grandchildren. Whitehead!Faulkner? of Lake Butler; Lou-Ann Azalea &

Graveside services were held four brothers John Faulkner and Located off 100 South toward 1
Best Steaks
Tuesday June 30, at Westview Drexel Faulkner both of Jackson- Around!
Cemetery in Atlanta GA with Dr. ville, Roy Faulkner of Callahan and 24th Avenue follow I

Lester Cooper officiating. Archer William Faulkner of Starke; five Call 964-7109 & w.will assist you
Funeral" Home of Lake Butler was in sister,Mary Lee Faulkner of Starke

charge of local arrangements. Virginia Forsyth of Raiford, Carrie Blueberries Are
Clark of Tampa Alice Vallerchamp s
Harley Wilson Keene of Jacksonville and Vera Hendrix of J -
for Pickin'UPut
Harley Wilson Keene 58, died Grand Prairie TX. I
Thursday June 25 in Tampa FL. Funeral services were held
Mr. Keene was born April 24 In Wednesday July 1, in the chapel of Your
Volusia County FL. He is the sone of Archer Funeral Home Lake Butler In Our Consignment
the late Harley H. Keene and Nancy with Rev.Robert Yates and Rev.Art : US 301 S 964.8061
Keene Hunter. Peterson officiating. Burial was in "All Nature Sings of .

Survivors include two sons, Sapp Cemetery in Raiford. Archer -- .
Harley W. Keene, Jr. and John W. Funeral Home of Lake Butler is In 00- ...
Keene of La Porte TX; one stepdaughter charge of arrangements.
Cynthia Jenkins and two

step-grandchildren of Jacksonville; Opal>> Roena Herrin Martin
2 brothers, William A. Keene of
Houston TX and R.C. Keene of Opal Roena Herrin Martin, 64, of
Jacksonville; two sisters, Gertrude Lake Butler died Monday morningat
Keene Forlis and Gladys Keene her residence after an extended il- STARKE 4 '' KEYsTONE

Anderson of Jacksonville, FL. lness. 3R tt rorlh
US 301 South
born in Peacock
Martin
Mrs. was '
Funeral Services were held June .
GA and had lived In Lake Butler for IlouRs
29 at Dyal Cemetery with Rev.Don-
ny Williams conducting the services. the last 20 years.She was employedin HOURS
Food Service at Union County
Florence Croft Mattox High School in Lake Butler before ill .a:30 1 pm.
health forced her retirement. Mon.Sat.Sult ,
Florence Croft Mattox 91, of '
Survivors Include her husband .Sundey
Dundee, died Tuesday June 30, at William A. Martin; three sons 10-6 t :, ry Ito 'lt July stf
the Winter Haven Hospital.Mrs. Larry Edgy of Brandon Johnny
born in Lake
Mattox was Edgy of Lake City and Marty Martinof
Butler and lived there until 1964
Keystone Heights; one step-
when she moved to Dundee where daughter. Synthia Ann Brewer of
she has resided since. She was a Yazoo City MS; one sister Wilson
homemaker and a member of the E.E.Highsmith of Nahunta GA; six
Dundee Baptist Temple. grandchildren.Funeral .
Survivors include three services were held
daughters,Trummie M. Hathcock of Wednesday July 1, In the chapel of
Dundee Lommie Thurman of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Lakeland and Lydia Mitchell of Butler with Rev. Glen Lawhon of-
Jacksonville; four sons, Leroy Mat- ficiating. Burial was in Dekle
tox of Dundee, D.M. Mattox of Hat- Cemetery. Archer Funeral Home of
chineha; Willie Mattox and Johnny Lake Butler was in charge of ar- i Ip3nipsnn3ij3 tottunftfljwim i
Mattox both of Jacksonville; three rangements. tf .
sisters Bedia Stokes of Willison An- Extra Fancy .- Fresh Cut
nie Roberts and Mary Jane Dieks of Earl W. Stoltzfus BANANASCallfornlaPr Tree Rlpe-S.C. Bradford Co. MustardGREENS Fresh ar""
Lake City one brother Ernest Croftof I
; Earl W.Stoltzfus 66, of Park-of- I PEACHES Silver Queen PEANUTS
Dade 38 grandchildren.
City; the-Palms in Keystone Heights died 5 Lb.. lo0
Funeral services will be held 1
Thursday July 2, at 10 a.m. in the Sunday June 28, in BradfordHospital Lb.Nectarines. 3 Lbs. 1 0o CORN 6/89 1.19. O9 u.
following a sudden illness. ..
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chapel of Lane-Holt Funeral Homeof I 59 -
Born in Pottatown,PA October 29,
Haines City with Rev.Jim Lyle of-
Mr.Stoltzfus moved to Park-of-
1920,
Graveside services will be
ficiating.:
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the-Palms 16 months ago from
held Thursday July 2, at 4 p.m. at
Ocean City NJ.He was a member of
Mt. Zion Cemetery near Lake
Park-of-the-Palms Church retired
;
Butler. Archer Funeral Home of
farmer & farm equipment sales
Lake rangements.Butler is in charge of local ar- representative; Army Air Corps Best PricesAn where-Meats.-.Produce SeafporL. m_
WWII Veteran.
Ethel Griffis Survivors include his wife Jane D.Stoltzfus rretn cutCHUCK Center Cut "
Cape
; daughters,._ Janet f-..
Ethel Griffis Cape 62, of Jackson- Brownback, Douglassvllle, PA tr CHUCKRO .
ville died Wednesday, June 24, In Ruth Wilson Rising Sun, MD; sons ,
University Hospital of Jacksonville.Born Kerry L. Stoltzfus of Potomac, MD,
in Starke April 14, 1915.Mrs. Jack Stoltzfus St. Paul, MN; A.illLtb. ,
Cape moved to Jacksonville 20 years brother Homer Stoltzfus of -
ago from Starke. She was a waitressand Keystone Heights sister, Anne Fresh Orduna" &
a member of the Baptist faith. Monro Tempe AZ. 'hGROrUND.
Survivors Include one daughter. Memorial services will be held at 3 'It., eon GROUND S Lbs or Mor y

Juanita T.Bass of Orange Park; one p.m. in Park-of-the-Palms Chapel EtOe t tp
son, Robert Turf Jr., Jacksonville; Thursday. July 2. with Mr. Ernest .
three brothers Phillip, Robert & Woodhouse & Mr. James Gilbert aMa :HUCK 129 Q&*
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Harles Griffis all of St. Augustine; conducting the services. Private M a B ;
one sister Jeanette Griffis of St. burial will follow In Keystone "
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Graveside services were held Keystone Heights.in LEG QUARTERS
Saturday, June 27at Evergreen lieu of flowers the family re- SHOULDER ,
Cemetery with Rev. LeRoy Olive quest donations be made to The
conducting the services. Jones Young Life Inc.. 3S9"E.: Fairbanks 39*
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Keystone Hts. Festivities ,. ,
Lake Butler Events From ?.
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Payoffs for the Most Pounds wInners will open its doors to the public at 12 Age categories are: 1) 18 and Then it will be time to rush over to brighten the skies of Keystone It's parking lot. The meals had beenscheduled
will be as follows: noon on Saturday July 4. The under 2) 130 3) 31-40 4) 40 and Theme Park again as Courtney billed this year as being Bigger and I to be served at Keystone
1st placetrophy, 25 percent of library will also a book sale to raise above. Carter's School of Dance will be better than last yeaI'I" Dave Todd Beach,so be'sure to note the changein
fees, prizes including two bait cast money to buy the book needed to The race course runs over Oat demonstrating tap and Jazz dances will be in charge of the event. This location. .
rod and reels, two coolers, two life finish the library collection. paved roads in residential areas beginning at 10:43: a.m.At exciting event may be viewed from
vests two gas cans.2nd with aid stations at the 1.6 mile 11 a.m. the popular Street Keystone Beach.Throughout This is the 18th year that the event
placetrophy.. 15 percent of Concessions Prizes... marker and the finish line. Splits Parade begins. It will start at the day food and has taken place in Keystone Heights.
fees, prizes Including two bait cast Concession stands will at 12 will be found at the 1 and 2 mile Keystone Heights ElementarySchool drinks will be available from the Our Country Day is made possible
rods, two Jumpsuits.3rd open markers. on Pecan Street and proceed Keystone Heights High School through generous contributionsfrom
the
rest of
for
place- trophy 10 percent of noon and remain open Everyone is invited to attend this down Lawrence Blvd. to Flamingo Touchdown Club along Lawrence the businesses and people of
of foods and
fees, prizes including two tackle the snacks day.are A wide expected variety to be offered by road race and to participate in the Street. Floats, clowns, antique cars, Blvd! and Keystone State Bank the area.

boxes, two fire extinguishers.4th the various clubs and organizations good-natured and healthy competition hot rods and the Morocco Shrine L .. .. .. .. ... .. 'M ....._ .".. ... ... .... ,-,,
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placeprizes Including two. units will be some of the highlights of '"." ... . n "" .
stands. {
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sponsoring the parade.Bill Welch is in charge of I
boat cushions, two flashlights. 5th
will
above contests
Prizes for the
Pinehurst Variety Store
Library Dedication... the parade.At .
placeincluding two$10 gas gift cer- Lakeside
be awarded at 2 p.m.at the
tificates,two rain suits.6th place-including 12:30 p.m. it will be time for the I
Community Center and the cake sale The Union County Public Library For''
two$10 gas gift certificates, will begin Immediately afterward. will be formally dedicated at 8:30 Watermelon Eating Contest.
all the watermelon FabricShop
$1.50 you get you
two picnic jugs. 7th placeincluding
p.m. on Saturday. July 4. at the
two smoke alarms and two barbecue can eat. This event is sponsored by
dinners. Games and Music... library in the Lakeside Community Merchants and Southern Bank of

Lots of are being planned Center. everyone invited to come Clay County and will be held at
games
Note: A new rule this year will not : and in this realization of
participate
for the smaller Fourthers,Beginningat Theme Park.
allow the Big Bass winner to add
that particular fish's weight into his 5 p.m.Saturday.Games such as a a dream bard which and has prompted so Ferrell Keaton, of Keaton's Paint
much work
total pounds caught, making it not so watermelon eating contest, baby generosity on and Body Shop, will be displaying .
the of countians
much a foregone conclusion that the crawl, sack races and hay loft are part the powerful Strong Stuff Truck at I
Big Bass winner will also be the expected.Live 1 KRA ball field on Orchid Street' Visa
Most Pounds winner. music is also on the slate for 1 I It beginning at 1:30 p.m. I MasterCard
For more information on the tour- the day's entertainment and will IE E The Gatorland Ski Club will per
nament, contact aft,;, Lake Butler begin at 5 p.m. at Lakeshore Park. i form ballet, mixed doubles and 25 % Off All Fabric
Volunteer Firefighter or call city There is expected to be dancing in I various Jumps beginning at 2 p.m.
hall at 496-3401. Information will be the streets (and on the sidewalk t This performance can be viewed
released as becomes available. grass and shore) during the from Keystone Beach overlookingLake Special
Co-sponsors of the tournamentare festivities. Geneva.
: NAPA of Lake Butler, Wor- Ed Bennett will be lining up float
thington Springs Sportsmen Bass Fleet Feet... Out Patient and power boats as local boat 20 % Off

Club,Southern Copy Products,Little The Firecracker Classic 5K and 1 owners and clubs participate in the
Hell Hunt Club, Florida Awards and Mile Fun Run will be held once again Services Boat Parade, which can also be All Women's Wear
Trophies, Suburban Texgas, Rogers this year. viewed from Keystone Beach. The
Barbecue, Western Auto, Harrison's boat parade is set for 7:30 p.m.
The Fun Run will begin at 7 p.m.
Uniforms AMJ Construction, Monday Friday Kerry Page will be MC for the
on Saturday July 4. and the 5K (3.1: 9645587Open
Awards Presentation beginning at 8pm.
Welch's Shell Station Skip'sPetroleum miles) will begin at 7:30 p.m.All entrants By AppointmentBradford
This event will be held at
I Jones and Son Fire Ex-
of both will receive
races
tinguisher, Ocala Marine, Jackson T-Shirts. Theme Park rather than at 7:00 a.m. til 9:00 p.m. 7 Days A Week

Building Supply, Howard Auto Both races begin at the Lakeshore Hospital Keystone Beach.the winners This will from be theday' to Hwy TOO S. Across from Southside Elem.
Parts, Gas Tech. Park on N.W.3rd SL in Lake Butler. recognize.
Pro-registration fee is $8 for each Cast Call Street events.
The grand finale of Our Country- -
Contest Deadlines... race. Entry forms are available at
dusk when the
Day will begin at
Deadline for entering all contests, the sponsoring agencies. Lake 964-6000 traditional fireworks display will
including baking, canning, arts and Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery
crafts and watermelon is 12 noon at Center, Spires IGA Store and RYA
the Lakeside Community Center. Farmers and Dealers Bank. Entry -
The biggest watermelon enteredin fee on the day of the race will be $8 WITH SPECIALS LIKE THESE Hardware

I the contest will receive a cash for each race. Late registration will -3 bedroom singfowide-$775 down
be held at Lakeshore Park from _
prize of$50 donated by the Farmersand toke over payments of$136 month
per
Dealers Bank of Lake Butler. 6-7:20 p.m.
All melons must be taken to the For more information, call Mary 03 bedroom doublwide-$500 down
Lakeside Community Center between Chance 373-3130 or Tommy Spires $219 monthly payments r 1. II
10 a.m. and 12 noon on Satur- 496-3361.
24 Modals to Choose From _
forms can be picked at r nnre ""' -*rnr.-.r. .r i 1 =T I II
day to be entered in the contest.A Entry up
new contest this year will be the most area businesses at the bank Come Check Out All The Bargains At Runaway savings onToro mowers.
search for the best cake baker in the hospital or Spires IGA.
Union County. A cash prize of $35 Trophies will be given for first STARKE HOUSING CENTER
will be presented to the author of the place overall in both the men's and
top confectionary best seller. Spires women's divisions and ribbons will We're Open Six Days a Week Sp'E UP TO $500

IGA Store of Lake Butler is sponsor- be given for the top three finishers in Monday thru Saturday
ing the contest and all entries must each age category in the race.
Com ---- -- On
be brought to the Lakeside
munity Center on the Fourth between 2
10 a.m. and noon. 7- !

The category of Jams, Jellies or
will also bring a cash
preserves _ _
award this year as the best "jam- v' at
mer" will walk away with $15 .
donated by Spires IGA of Lake \ 1- r- ,
Butler. I AKXLA

Competitors for the pickling prize i
shouldn't have much difficulty in ; SALE L_ sasesl
turning out a product worthy of the $
$15 cash prize for the category, the ns
problem will be in which of the top 7' Toro's
picklers in the county can outshinethe ""'

others and walk away with the Model 59122 i>\ Premium

prize.Spires IGA Store of Lake Butler ; J 1coofk7pcc Twin Bagger .1 Mowers With

also donated the prize for this oa s
s ear
category.A Payments
needlework competition will Catcher
also be a star of the show again this O As Low
year and all types will be on displayfor t d Ask As
the "oohs and aahs" category.
Cross-stitch will be featured as .located 7 Miles South of Stark on Hwy. 3O1 v About 142"Per
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has also donated .
Spires IGA Store Our
$15 cash for the first prize in the MON.-FRI. : STARKE .. GAINESVILLE 1P-GAS I Year Month
cross-stitch category. 6 772.5 1< ,
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