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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:04322
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Mazy conditions: pervaded Bradford County this week, as daily thundershowrrs 'Social: Nm;'l: : : ', ,:) .m' .

ceased and Starke recorded only .18 of an inch of rain since July tutorial./ ': z :.t ."'\,.... .' .e !ner
7, New River and Santa Fe fire towers measured only .3 inch. (port*. ,,;'> . . .... .n. f'n f'lnif'l'I/ K
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:' 4-Cent Gas Tax 'Passed, 4rl by County Commission,

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r As they sold, four county commissioners: "You" don't have'' enough backbone say property tax now budgeted for transportation4' the 11,300.697: gallons sold last year in Bradford James Davis; trucking company operator,
; voted In a 4-cent per gallon motor fuel tax 'no' to the public" Hart told fellow commis-: into the General Fund.Commissionersalso. County, according to CPA Pat Farn- and Heavner said tourists will be by-pass the
I after a public: hearing Tuesday night, July 12, sioners.By cutting, Hart said when asked by hop there ,will be' iworth Of that.The city of Starke will receive county and buy cheaper gas outside the coun-
, to be used only for transportation-related ac Commissioner Mule Carter Jr.how he would some money for additional! paving to keep on ,113,595, Lawtey (15,683, Hampton $10,306 ,tyJohn
, tivities. A! balance the budget without the gas tax. the county's one-road-a-year paving plan. But and Brooker $8,950. The monies are Torode, local Shell Oil dealer and
! Some residents attended the public MarIne ,it cannot be determined yet if there will be distributed on a population basis. Heavner said gas will be higher In Bradford

?I : Heated opposition came from wholesale, Tax Revenue,Planned for Roads enough money foil any new paving. Commis- "You'll put us out of business" said Bill County when the gas tax Is added' on.

gasoline dealers, a station owner and truck Plan of the commissioners is to use'the ex- sioners are worried: about over 100 miles of 'Heavner who ,owns the Pep-O station in Gasoline retailers pointed out there will be
turned back the
paved roads by the state for
ing Intercut. Other residents supported the pected $303,000 from the gas tax,.which Is effective county to maintain.: Starke. Cut-rate stations can't: be competitive 22.7 cents per gallon tax on gas, now one of the
fuel tax. Oct. I, in the transportation fund to' with four additional cents per gallon, said heaviest taxed commodities.
Opposition also came: from Commissioner maintain the some 900 miles of'graded andpaved *45=//,028: to tMt Raised in BradfordA 5 Heavner who distributed a survey which

Homer Hart,'who said last month he opposedthe roads'' In the 'county, and. to transfer went gas,taX will raise$452.028 based on'j says gas will be higher,in Bradford County < See Gas. Tax..p.sA>
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County:,Agent Bobby Taylor' probably won't get his sion I realize I am responsible to the llxpayers," said
new typewriter. ;, Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez,who came in With; a
,The hospital won't get $257,500 for charity and' In- decrease of $1,378 In his 83-84 budget request.
Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal-asked for $1,109 less in his
digent Cases, or a $70,000 Increase in rescue support.
The Bradford, County; Concerned Citizens probably mosquito control budget of $69,704. O'Neal warned the
won't get $8,000 in new funds requested. commissioners,, however, the department's bulldozer
Commissioners aim to hold 196344 spending to this undercarriage needs over-hauling; a $5,000 item, and
:year' $39 million level,, then use the newly passed may not make it through another year.
,ken per gallon motor fuel tax to balance the budget O'Neal also noted the state has cut in half its support
plus; hopefully provide some Increase in Transportation of the mosquito control program, from 8 percent matching -
Trust Fund (for road upkeep) to maintain paved. funds.in 82-83 to four percent this coming budget
'secondary roads the state has turned back. year.Hospital.
Administrator C.E. (Rip) O'Steenaskedfora
Property'Taxes Shouldn't Increase, $70,000 increase In the county's contribution for rescue
services based at the hospital, including $10,000 for
No increase in property taxes are planned:Commissioners -
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salary Increases for rescue personnel. pointedout
feel the fuels tax .will be more equitably this will be the third year the county has not increased
distributed Since half of the
only property owners currently service.
its contribution to the rescue ,
pay ad valorem taxes. Commissioners agreed the 83-84 contribution. will be
The current budget was balanced with some $200,000In
held to $118,900 the same as the current year.
carry-over or reserve funds,which Won't reoccur this Kerry Clifford of the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic
Sept. Plan U to use the$300,000 in gas tax funds for road asked for an additional $3,401 for a total request of
maintenance and paving, and transfer property. taxes for
$60,088, for mortgage payments on anew building
t ti now in the rpad budget over to General Fund. which the clinic has a grant to build. .
'It's a no-growth, bare bones budget, but there Is no In- ; Librarian Arnold Week submitted a budget request
a f dicationyet, that any services will be cut.' County. down $3,020 to $71,528. Weeks defended the library's

ijJt i irl J,'} It 'it t i7 employees are getting no pay increases this year, and. bookmobile saying it is used and the county receives
"R rrI .Fe the commission continuing Its hiring moratorium. .' HOMUilUcn/ ni l 'wry spending'reqUml.above 8243.' ,,. ... ,
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yr i ..i.1A g 'tg10 tryr,><+c+>si,+lr.+: eorkln w CPI Farnsworth, the commission request a is down to
Agent Bobby Taylor's budget request $364
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; it will be to off the
Vtagreed easy chop nearly $500,000 new $44,333. No new home extension agent has yet been hiredto
'!spending requests, but after that the cutting will be most replace Alicia Homrich, who resigned.

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''jM R I "1't'x, ,w 4 difficult. Some Departments Ask For More Money
Another Budget Meeting Set
: Royce Joyner of the Agricultural and Stabilization
With cutbacks to 82-83 levels in mind, commissioners
1 Service asked for $15,000 additional for three years for
''will meet on the'budget again next Thursday. July 21, at the county's matching part of a $135,000 county-wide soil

8 p.m. survey, and a secretary for the Green Thumb program.The .
Commissioners had hoped to have enough revenue county volunteer fire departments are asking fora
'funds from the new fuel tax to reduce property taxes by
,. $75,000 increase in funding. Brooker requested $50
.,Cir kl tone mill, or to-mill. But, Commissioner Maxie Carter less, but all other departments including $36,527 for
f' i 7tit 1 Jr. has noted, that now appears Impossible. Heilbron Springs VFD and$27,430 for the Theressa VFDto
;! L tr : Still to be nailed down is the amount of carry-over In build new fire stations There is little chance the
,the current budget. CPA Pat Farnsworth says that can-: firemen will get any funding above the$13,450 in the current
7 not be determined as yet. There Is also an expected budget, if commissioners stick to their guns
$47,000 in state funds to help defray inmate court costs,
One request Is $2,000 for the supposedly defunct Bradford -
_ -5._ 1'but the county has yet to learn when, and if, that moneys County VFD. -,
,4 o.- : coming so it is not budgeted. The zoning budget request of some $44,000 is up $272.

officialnd The board was told the Zoning. Department earns some
$26,000 through permit fees.
day night,July 11, at slightly lower levels than last year: Clerk Gib Brown presented the board a budget for his

.iii' office Identical to 82-83 spending, with no raises. Most of
.i"1 Sheriff Dept. Cuts Spending the Increased spending requests are in his General

"Whatever differences we have will be resolved here, Fund, driving it up over $2 million. The 82-83 General
r [where they should be," Sheriff Dolph Reddish told the Fund budget IS $1,580,665:
I '. commissioners, mainly for the benefit of Jack Hazen C The board has everybody's budget except that of Tax ..
Watermelons.Watermelons.'Watermelon.s.j; ; I (Photo "> Urry Oglntry. ) >Jerome Johns, and John Torode who were present for Collector Esther Hall, Clerk Brown said Monday night
I, *' the Monday night budget workshop What the sheriff Under the state Truth in Millage law, the county must
These 'litre*. ,along with about 20 more;were busy Bradford... i County this season. The main reason for such ,,1,means Is, that his budget won t be appealed to set its millage and have a tentatively balanced budgetby
loading watermelons .last Friday from one of the biggest a low torn out was due to a cool and wet spring ,Tallahassee and that he'll work within the limitation oft Aug 4, according to CPA Pat Farnsworth Property
watamcknt crop. In Bradford County this year. Taylor laid llml$ the rain caused some farmers to have S spending in Bradford County. Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez started the TRIM bill ball
These melons came from a field planted by Wayne to replant and others not to be able to plant at all. \ Sheriff Reddish is requesting $1.598 less than his rolling when he certified the millage rollback rate to the
Parrlsh and Howard Douglas In Brooker, The three Most farmers. bad to wait until ,April to plant and ; .$448,128 current budget and told commissioners: he will commission July 5.
loading the watermelons are from lef-to-rlght KellyBibam Taylor t>!ld that melons should be: In the ground early. In' have some funds he doesn't know how much yet to turn The rollback rate set by Alvarez is 9.537 mills, an In-
Darrell Polk,.and James Osteen. March ve late February for good crop -. back to the county crease of .107 mills over the 82-83 millage rate of 9.43
According to Bradford Extension Agent Bobby Taylor Prices have also dropped ottwatertnelomt, which. are I mills.A .
there was only about 10* acres of watermelons grawn. !.. about gone,,.to around :3 cents. a pound.. : Other Departments Cut Spending mill in 83-84 will be valued at $161.700, Farnsworth

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'. Klngstey take's 78-year-old Clayton' Strickland oesn4>' t.t! .,theo post

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Pieref chowMtta.: .. .1. M7J/ 4'i ,, the city commission as a' commissioner :

.;,i The Third Annual, plant Show at, L Wt.i:Co'rotlanal .Mstltut' 1 for eight! years, starting in
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1. yAnoth.i Police Chief Bowen is completing
his tenth and member
N.wuBri.ri... \ year was a of
stabbing: at :$p and the 'latest newt from:th.' poiic. the city commission prior to that. '
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b sal 'in'Stark.. Keystone' Height and Lake Butler. Throwing their.Hats_In::'the.Juig...i' One other official Is up for election:

/'F': t.: Clerk Commission of Mayor Vernon Sllcox will
CL-R.City; Nail Tucker, Cororakstwwir Cbarlrs8ch The position
Jowl ef IhV D.moestratlon...'' ; .f'f'; : !' .\Barr .: ', ? fesC owl-Chief 'at Police Jimmy Bowen have all sho be ruled ia thlll.lftJGn. bat 81lc *himself. has not yet .Mayor Vernon Bike 'is completing :

\demonstration': of a 'lifeovl*<.8 tool' that help. fireman .xtrfcat ,! I,r qualMiMt tot.ltn. Hy etoctkmtto be held eta HoptoMtwr 13. "qeallfled. QtnUltcatlon Cads at MOB en July M I city commission: Ms twelth post.year In the Group 4 1,1I

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The 13-member Starke Repertory The .Chorale, will perform a series of "exceplionaf," according tb Hanfa
sacred and secular choral music at 8 He says it has been his dream to
p.m. tonight Thursday, July 14) In direct such a group of musically
the chorus room at Bradford High talented and experienced adults who
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The public is invited to attend. A The concert program will!! provide
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Their Blend Makes Beautiful Music.... i! ..' Don Hardy, the Chorale's director American folk songs,
recently formed the 13-member singing classical selections, as well as lova
I Members of the Starke Repertory Choral are fir):,. Back row: David Shoemaker' ; tenor; Pat Crawford ..baritone; Denny group with the intention of providing songs from the 30's.
Front row: Charlene Francis'alto, accompanist; Carol Muter alto; George tenor; Bill Mcflae. bass, and Don Hardy, director. the community with choral "There is some music on the pro-
'\' Esther Hardy,soprano; Marian Douglas,alto Merrle Shoemaker,soprano: Not shown are Debbie WoodHn. soprano; Bob Milner, baritone, and Bill music It would not otherwise have gram" that will just knock your socks
\, Cane Schmidt, alto. George, b.... '....... v available!, off, says Director Hardy.
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Citizens Won't Go Out of County: .' by Independent cut-rate retailers, said To the!! claim that big trucks use state roads Chairman' Mosley. Ed Kimutis pointing out the average work-
The four commissioners and several Heavner. If these cutrate stations can't re- not local!'community roads, Mrs. Mary Peter- "1 think circumstances will dictate what ing man works over five months of each yearto
residents argued that local citizens won't main competitive, gas sales will shrink, and in ted out she .lives on Colley Road in will be done," said V.R. Ferguson. earn the taxes he pays the government
out of the county to buy gas, and doubted that go the county won't realize the tax revenue it Star a nd big trucks park there. Jack Hazen said it.appears to him the' "We need all these services. But do we peed
gas will' be that much higher here than thinks it Will Heavner added. "I don't know what class of road it Is, but budget can be balanced without the gas tax. them all?" Kimutis wondered.
eJ ew, ere. It's painful, but the money has got to come they didn't fly In there," Mrs. Peterson said Mosley answering Hazen, pointed to the increase Kimutis asked "What will happen when it
Commissioner Maxie' Carter said is from somewhere, said Joe Williams, owner of drawing. a laugh from the audience. in roads turned back to the county by takes 12 months?"
already higher here than in Orange Park gas or the Bradford Villas apartments. Williams Heavner! reiterated that cut-rate stations the state, that more maintenance will be re- "Is there any other alternative,"" John
Gainesville. Several delivery truck'drivers pointed out that SO percent of home owners live off (numbers If the gas tax cuts those quired, and such work as mowing and pat Anderson asked.
present backed that by pay no property lass because of the $25,000 number ..business will be hurt. ching. "Mr. Anderson, I don't see one," replied
up saying they now
wait to buy gas cheaper outside the homestead exemption. "Jack,I'd like you to tell my how to balance Chairman Mosley. Mosley started to delay t
county Drivers would pay some lax,'polnted out Peopl>,Want Budget Cuts the budget without the gas tax,"" said Commissioner vote, but Clerk Brown pointed out the or-
Tourists to Help Pay Gas Tax. Williams who said.he favored 3-cent gas Randy Gaskins, a garbage collection com- Carter. dinance was to go into effect that night July
taIL' Hazen said he will be at the 8 p.m. July 21 12.
and Starke fireman said most
pany owner a ,
How much of
the tax will tourists ?,ask-,
pay work session on the budget. Commissioner Maxie Carter moved to
for the passa
ed people are: willing commission to cut
resident V.R. Ferguson. From 30 to 50 percent Gas'Tax May Raise Prices' the budget. Don't make the people The dollars are not in property: tax, said 4-cent per gallon gas tax. Commissioner
Lawrence, replied Heavner when Chairman Chester Little,who operates the Sun Ice Co. ,i ioret pay still more, Gaskins plea Chairman Mosley. Commissioner E.W. Hodges seconded. Commissioners Mosley and
Mosley referred the
station owner.Commissioner Carter question said to he's the on Cherry Street In Starke, said the gas tax: paying Hodges said there was no other choice.. but the E.L. Nook) Norman voted with them. Commlssioener .

,beard as high as 50 percent.' ,will raise prices, things will cost more. The Jerome- Johns, a former county commissioner gas tax. Hart opposed.
Ferguson said(truckers should pay to use commissioner should cut the budget 10 per acid one of the few persons in the audience -,
the roads. Jack Hazen called it unfair to tax cent, not raise taxes, he added. experienced with the county budget,
tourists for local community roads. "Mr. Little, the same people that do all the had trouble reconciling the figures he saw.
Jim Love, who said he is a preacher and a, crying\ and hollering are the ones who want Johns sal d he knows the county is in trouble, Dr. Dennis Connaughton
teacher,said he buys where it is the most service; pointed out Chairman financially, but that he couldn't see how the ,
gas cheapest
work out, (Associated with Dr. Gruen) !
on his travels to Daytona. Beach and Jackson Mosley. figures-"Pi Harry
,ville. John Benny Sapp asked\ the emergency -Mr.'J Stw. 1.think this board has bit the
Ferguson said a tourist buys gas where he medical rescue service is free. Otis McKinney bullet arid comedown hard,"' said Com- Now Announces
,runs out. He asked how would tourist from said the .culvert on Sampson Run. is mlssisonei* Maxie Carter:.,
New Jersey know what .Jh price of gas .is broken,throogh; and that pulpwood trucks "Wheii'you.put I these figures together I '
here? have >knocked dirt into ditches.stopping'\ want to iee themk-.retorted Johns. .,' EVENING DENTAL SERVICES

Heavner said a tourist might pay a higher drainage. Rev. Love asked if the audience was making
price here one time, but wouTdn t be likely to "Every one of the things you-all: are talking any,,4merence?'Did the commissioners. Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM
stop on his second time through. about coat,money," pointed out Chairman ''already |have their minds made up?. '
Half the gas sold in Bradford County is sold Mosley. No ODl. was publicly committed, replied 459 w. Call 964-5152.

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LCDR DeSue ''graduated from never matures Into cash ." ; $34" .Iell
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1 The J. T. Lawsons Celebrate 50th AnniversdifcV( w wMr .'''' i.lllj\,.]''n \;' 1"i., i, ..\ 'fII'' ''ill'i-- \ .-' ,""iiP..z.jI\iQ..,.; \: {. ,,-' &..J. ".-.-" );),.-}-I'I'W-- r..i'I7";,"'; '.;,j"" j, 1. ,' .. I 2 bin i .l Murray, and Wilbur Andrews, .Jr.J ':Marnied' d July 2 in' Brooker ,

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and Mrs. James "Thomas'.' ,r,< II : 1\\ ''t"l"" '. J.J..w.\.. I : ,"' .\, '' "- Renee;' Murray (of)f Clear,..., border lace tailing inlOC I t() a .. with ,unite\\ magnolia, greenery.. >'and with columns'' with replicas of --the Serving the groom's' carrot cake
Lawson celebrated their golden wedding t <'; ),1t'e"" '/,t ::;, '' .water daughter of John B. Murray train. The bridal headpiece: of silk pink and white dalnles. bride's' bouquet between layers and.. were Mrs:> David Fussell and Mrs.
anniversary Sunday, July 10, at ': e' ." e _and the{ late Sondra Murray of dAl''. r4 r4J r4n flowers and pearls, shaped Into a half Mrs. Stanley Green greeted the topped with Her mother's' satin wed- Larry Parrlsh. Also assisting in serv
a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. In the \ '. t ...- ... .' .: ; ( I IOJ. Morgantown, W. Va., and Wilbur halo, secured the fingertip 'veil and guests at the door. Miss Deborah, ding bell. Mrs.. Lloyd Stilwell and Edwin Mrs. Allen Crews and Mrs.
Madison Street Baptist Church I "I' Dnw, Andrews, Jr.', son'of Mr.,and blusher of silk illuslorv!\< netting'':. She Green kept the bride's' book and stan Mrs. Jack Benton cut the cake. Andrews.
Fellowship Building given by their P k! a e ,itti r rw4 Mooty Society t Edit t(or.r '984 78U8 ? ,' t" 4..+ r : Mrs. W.D.. Andrews, Sr. 'of Brooker, carried a bouquet of pink and mauve ding In the receiving, line were the The punch table was covered with a
children Mr, and Mrs. T.B. Harding,. were united In marriage Saturday, colored: daisies, white i troses' white bride and groom'and'' attendants. white silk cloth and had a fountain in The, couple is residing in Worthington -
Jr, of Odenton Md. and Mr, and Mrs. '. '.. ,i; July 2 t.at..8, p.m. In the New River carnations and pink baby's breath The bride's' table was covered with; between the two punch bowls flanked Springs, They both attended
Neil R.. Crawford of Starke and their'" ,. .: -,.\ ". .'". .," .1'' ,,. """r,,.. ;.' : ; Brooker. with pink lace .streamers... '' the bride's' mother's' '//white satin by crystal candelabras. Presiding at Trinity)' Bible College. Mr. Andrews Is
families. .\ '. ''..7.\ ., ,. 'h."I" ,".' ""J.f. ,.,. J:'n>. .\\.1, !,' !;' ,Performing the nuptials were Rev, A reception was held fit the church tablecloth with lace'border!: and the punch bowls were Mrs. Shirley self-employed. at W.D. Andrews Hay
The hall was attractively decorated & L. Parker,,!:, grandfather of the Fellowship Hall which was decorated centered with a five tiered 4 white cakeDDYOUKMbVV Moxley and Mrs.. $Shelby Turner' ; f'mFriends'" \\ '
for the occasion with gold and white ; ;I1" groom'and Rev, James. Countryman. J f : "
appointments and accents of I lime Grace Riggin. t \' dnd, David : Jordan:uN, We'd j J 7u I \ :J' ,Presenting program of. nuptial ,'; .
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green and soft pink In garlands, bells r ; music were Mrs Anita Countryman,
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i and (floral arrangements. '. < :/. '. \ vj..;..h".!'<".:,;V.... ,'.,,, ".**?,.. '* ;"; l A' ..4'11"\1'' <'"*"" \ ..r. *" "-.j.) ''organist and Rev. and Mrs. Nick Bennett / ) !" ; ;' I

were Greeting Jim he Harding guests and at the Diana door V In Be foh Rouge g La, Cerernon).;I,:, '. '// ;';- ': >,:-:' .\ '* Centering oT.Valdosta. the,altar Ga.-;was soloists.a large archway Mr, and Mrs, Sam Bdssett..J' ,.'.accompanied -' ; rd:'- Mrs. F.J. Shaw, Mrs, ''W.HT. Thorn, Ullo'l,, of Lorna Reddish will be

Crawford. Presenting them '.to the .l: \ ., .. ." "'.: ,/.: ( ; decorated ,with'' magnolia n try by Mr.. and Mrsl. AI Waddell, son, Mrs. J.W. GrlTfin/Miss' Lillian .Super Summer Sal. ''happy to know she la in good spirits
receiving line was Mrs. Johnny Chap ,4g r p erWatthe. '. neck: and : leaves'and pink; and purple, daisies celebrated their 13th Wedding an- Stump and Mr. and Mrs. "J.D.,Odom Br6. ; man. In the receiving line were Mr.. g, Graceol" Riggin daughter ofMr. man. Groomsmen were William E. ., .jSrore, headband of(lace: with l and. chrysanthemums balanced by niversary last Saturday'nlght; 9,' and grandson/ Curt Johnson attendedthe > General Hospital where she Is coufin-
.: and Mrs. Lawson Mr. and. Mrs. liar... i ; and ''M S. Benson n. Riggin 'Of.Buras. Jordan Orange Park, brother' of l t the( veil., She a carried a cascade two baskets of the same flowers and at the Brown Derby. I .tV!' Agricultural Trade Mission Get- ...and Mrs" : Harry :i ding, Jr. and Mr, and Mfr. Crawford. __ La. nd David Howell JOrdan groom, and Joe Jones. rqaWorchids' baby''* breath branched candelabra. '.j i'*, Together with Commissioner r Doyle andMrs.. Don,! Hardenbrook were .automobile accident and would like to
:\ Alicia Harding kept the guest book. ofOrlaodo!, ,on of Mr and,Mrs Eaton' Deanna Wimberly, .at.suiter1, of'(' the; ; A Mr. Andrews attended his son, as __ L.I...'. : ; Conner at Long Boat Key from Friday\ gathering peachesin, Reynolds)' Ga. hear from her friends.
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Jordan :) repeated marriage bride, was honor attendant.< She yore y 1 I best man. Ushers were Frank' An- $lup.erwrmne r to Sunday. : on Sunday< July 3. : ..
: were both decorated with Ar. : vows: July I 2'at 3 p.m to FIl'IJt' ''a pink chiffon, floor length .gown. The A reception'held d.,.In the drews, cousin of the groom, Randy' rwHord.....Square.... Shopping Ce..* r ?" l.llo't'
: my/Navy/ cloths over gold linen.: The 'Methodist hurch Baton Rouge,.;; La, skirt featured a ruffle' from the waist ./. parlor. 1 ', I/ Starling and Robbie Bennett. \,.cousin $ Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welcn, Mr. and Miss. Lillian Stump \Was'in Kansas Super Summer Cat.. .
cake table was centered with a three with Rev, Lorria'' Wimberly: Jr., down the left side and around the base. Following a wedding tity' ,of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook k, Mrs. Leroy Jackson and Mr.and Mrs. ''City, Mo. attending the reunion of the Bradford. .Square.... .Shopping Center
tiered cake decorated with yellow and' minister al Id Dr, :Albert Trickett, .of the circular': skirt'The bodice rued cun, Mexico the'couple''j dill Miss Stephanie Bennett, of Lee Hardenbrook, Libby Harper and Larry David Andrews have had as 24th Evacuation Hospital Unit of
gold roses and topped with a yellow' 'Mr.ladMrs.J.T.L.w.e.Dailaby !' ... -: a..oclate.. r dnitar* performing' the enhanced by a cape of the same chiffon. Orlando where Mr.. ,* Valdosta, cousin of,, the bride, served daughter, Karla, and Mr.r. and Mrs. guests Thursday to Wednesday: ''Mr. World War II from June 28 to July 8 8. Mrs. Virginia Ekard and Mrs.
daisy and rose bud nosegay: Grand nuptlala She carried a white.basket of)I silk employed : as maid of honor. Attendants Were Mark Hardenbrook and daughter, and Mrs. Charles Welch and Eugenia Whitehead have recently
daughters,;' Karen and Virginia, Tile alta gemenlaofggladiolus'with. spring flowers. The bride attended Miss Tammy Andrews, sister of( the Cara, and Tammy Henley spent last daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Geoff Kozel Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Trawick and returned from a' 18-day tour of
Crawford cut the cake. Gold com ; Mrs. Oren 'Dorkmah.. ''and of' Starke, grandsons of the II honored{; ferns errs ,, car'... Bridesmaids, were Marl Frances legs of Shreveport, Las w groom. Miss Jenny Countryman and week at St. Augustine t Beach: ,They and children and Mr. and. Mrs. Jeff sons of Lake City are spending this England Scotland, Wales and
: potes held mints. Mrs.. Bob Mathews. ''couple. ". nations; ales .and babY's' .breath Jones and Latrese Jordan.;/ Thetr received her bachelor's' Michelle Stllwell. They were gowned had as Wednesday visitors Mrs, Joe Risner and daughter"of[ Glendale week with his mother, Mrs, Jack Ireland.
i The punch table'was' centered with The gift table was covered with. a'' Approximately 200 guest ''calln' / a crystal punch bowl encircled with gold cloth edged with lace and between the hours 9 and <4< p.m.' including -- Present J" a 'program 01 nuptial matron of I honor but fashioned\ from' music was earned from /' with back bustle, V-neck with three p and Friday visitors Susan l Faulkner, of Milliard and Mr.and Mrs. Levi Hankerson and' his friend
ivy and yellow daisies.. centered with two arrangements. of : ..those from Aaburndalo 'mule were William Wilding,organist floral! chiffon Their flowers.. were the State University In Baton ruffles and cap sleeves. They carried Chuck Norton and Darlene Hobbs Lewis Welch and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mrs. AI Carlisle returned Wednes-- Pearl from Easton., Pa. spent a week
Assisting in serving and pouring yellow flowers. Brooksville, Jacksonville/ .. Lake" and .Mary Frances! Jones?,. JoAnn .same. that of the honor attendant. The groom attended Va/ ,bouquets similar to the brides. f Scanlan and family of Madison. They day of last week after 10 days In Fox- with his mother; Mrs. Ella Mae'
: punch were Mrs. Charles Blalock, Photographers were Don Hardingof Wales Live Oak, Tallahassee.Dothen Pulaseaur, Ken'Shaw and }JtoIaIPe The bride, given In marriage by her'' munity College in Orlando Cindy Countryman was flower girl Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nichols Mrs. Clarence Cooper, Mrs. R.O. Odenton Md. and Kevin Crawford Ala. and Odenton, pfd .-' '' Green, sol .ats and duet. father, 'wore an 'ivory satin gown received, an, AJS. degree and Paul Andrews, cousin of the .) ,. Palatka were last Thursday, visitorsof weekend at Crystal River. Bicentennial celebration of the
j ., ,,; Mr.JOfdj 1ft attended. hIa IUD"best highlighted} bylace;, appliques. and d dP tronics.: ''groom, was ring-bearer. .. Mr. and Mrs. Herblry\! .Thomas.! town where she taught school for 23 Terry June Goodge, daughter of
J ,", The bride' ,given In marriage by her. 14,J: .. : ; ., Ulla'l'' years.' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Goodge of
i :-. .. r ". ran .uncle, John. Merant of Clearwater, :; ,. ... ; Mr, and Mrs. Keith barter of St: Super summer.. S.le Starke, graduated from Tampa
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Blessed E EventsBilly I -? .." . wore a white silk organza gown if,(\ \.. J'J'"r' J'' J'' } t t Petersburg and Mrs. Roger Vaughnand ...dfo..Shoppln... .... .Cetiter. Mr; and Mrs. T.B. Harding, Jr. and Technical Institute with an
Herman. LeRoy Scheming, III Amanda Lynn. Tylerr."'f/,/.'. M< g gaa Kelly, Torode a.-r s ecrU i Imported 'outwork designed for her by the House of Mare : !\o \):. ,," r ."., .0.(.'.'", ,,,: : sons of Tampa .were weekend sons of Odenton, Md.are visiting their Associates Degree in Computer
i >* ; centered with- bridi doll Lee, New York. The fitted bodice and I "I \''M: d IJI.'," ,' a It : {(\ ''guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Maxie Carter, Duplicate Bridge Club Winners for parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harding, Sr. Engineering on June 30. She receiveda
i Rodney Mr. and Mrs. H.L: Schoenlng',Jr.' of Mr.'' and Mrs. Randel .Tyler"of, f: Mr.. and : Irs., John;f Torode, Jr. an: : ; fern and sweetheart rise buds Queen.Anne neckline was lavishly e 4'':rt"1>"r';', '" ',".(;.'1\( nl, ; ;- ,n'. '. Jr. at Kingsley Lake. ,) :"" the quarterly tournament on June 28 and1'Mr. and Mrs..J.T.., Lawson for 10 certificate as an honor graduate.
Sequelra Y Starke, announce the birth of a ion, .Starke announce the birth -01 a'' nounce the .birth> of(a daughter,Megan Miss Pamela.. Tucker ed down the center! of the tel>l. decorated with Venice lace and seed "' ;" "r ""II! were first MyldredCUttino, and Ida days '
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rodney, Jr. of Herman LeRoy' Schoenlog l&&, III daughter, Amanda Lynn, ;' born July 2 Kelly bonVincent's Saturday, July. .9 lI'to .St. Luncheon'Honor*' cards marked the ..seating. pearls.. Full bishop sleeves with wide '. 'f ij.ji ill.\ Mr. and Mrs. R.O.. Dansby., pickedup Shaw; second Louise and Jack Bianca Simpson 14-year old
Starke, announce the birth of a son, ("Matt"), born .July S in Alachua. In' Shand's; Teaching ,Hospital. She 1 II ospltaL. '' ment, for the la guests. / : cuffs were enhanced with Venice lace Rex Dansby in Adele.Ga. last Fri Burnette; third i Lucile Green and Mr. and'Mrs.. Bill Rink of Starke daughter of Donald and Brenda Simpson -
Billy Sequelra, born July 10 in General Hospital! Gainesville. 'Joins a brother,; Randel Wayne Tyler;, Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Miss Pamela Tucker, brid elect of Arrangements ofromawere. medallions and border lace; The softly ,tS'. 1 ji lrrnfillMr. day and went to Panama City to visit Shirley Watana. July S winners were and Mr.". and Mrs. John Reeber of of Sampson Lake, won Miss
: Alachua General Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and- Jr. Mrs. Gorji!; > Kelly of Lawtey, Pater- Steven Edmonds,'-wu honored at '.' at points of I interest/ II in)' the flowing organza skirt was trimmed -. .. Dallas Dansby who was In the first Louise and Jack Burnette andsecond Jacksonville Beach spent July .4-7.. in Firecracker, Most Patriotic and Most
J r Maternal grandparents are Mr. and. Mrs.. HX. Schoening, Sr. Maternal Maternal] grandmother l I. Mrs... nal grand):; yenta are Mr. and Mrs. bridal ,Juncheon Saturday, :July e., rooms., for the.occmslon, \'> with Venice lace and medallions and. and Mrs Wilbur Andrews, Jr. hospital for, surgery. They);, returned\ Rhea Johnson. and, }Lora Las Vegas.,'' Nev., attending.shows,and Photogenic June 25 in Our Country
Mrs. Francis Sequelra. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mr*. KeithW. Loraine Tyler of Lawtey and grand-- John Toroc: w, Sr. of( Starke.VI Riven by Mrs.T.C. Hazen,.Jr.7 Mrs: a..wide bias flounce trimmed with Saturday.. 'f 1,, ',: .: '! Francis. vacationing., .. : .. .. Day pageant in Keystone-: Heights..
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Booth. Great-grandparents' are fattier, Calvin CompeaU of lUinoiu. Ervin: Andrews and Mrs. Levon Sheila : .
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, An- ,, ,
Mr. and Henman ,'' Fayson ;; .
.Mrs. Guy all ofStarke. Paternal grandparents are Mrs..1EarUne ; ,
drews at the home of the latter .
Calvin Sr. of Starke. W. ,
Rodney, .. Tyler 'tof Starke and Cecil,,. !X Madison Street. .on. .Honored.wfrh' .S Shower. '";; : -,, '. '
Tyler of Lawtey.': < qr. Corsages!: .were, presented bathe \' News Bna, f"I. ; 1.
.' bride-elect and her mother, Mrs Neil ''MI."SheIJal Fayson'who:' .... :. ,I'' to'ot '
Amber Lea Broome Tucker-- and her Hag. Dwatfne Cummings .'" \ : "
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Lonnie and Dora Broome of .' r .' f..." I:( 'chard Cody Alvers.Valeria Howard'After 'the Tucker.guests had arrived,; Mrs., bridal shower June 24 given .Jo.hua Hodg**?.' > 'i ,Karen Lamb,-, Loutt Smith i I ';\ ;I:' Bradford High School and is prise visit from her aunt and uncle joyed picnic lunch and watermelon.' ) .
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Keystone Heights announce the birthof '" ;''t, '. <, 'Levee $Sharon ,Aaron. Miss. "t 1\ employed at Journal of Civil Defense. and cousins, Don and Judi Graham ,The next meeting is a covered dish
,, Andrews modeled the : C.lebraf.l '. Daniel) CrlfflfPlan
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a daughter. Amber Lea, born and Rick Alvers ol Williams aod Miss Shirley John'Me 0 P' 1 Griffis(( is a 1978 g graduate of Vo-Tech!\ and children, Scott, Jeff Chris and dinner, at noon, at St. Mark's' Parish
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at Alachua ,. -' i \ 'iA>" {.i/ Keystone {eights announce the b bof birth dresa'lhe wore 31 )years' ago, which the 'JIof!," : Wed, 16 Wedding "; ,ic, and Is employed by the City of Starke. Courtney from Lexington,-S.CC. who House '.
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Wednesday, June. 22 .;. '., ,' ,. : 'her mother,. Mrs. Eva NeW made home of I the latter on. .:"''tJttJeJOIIbuaJl.e..celebratedhls':0; ': July :, ,; 212 Church S' July 19.
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General Hospital.! ,John Robert DIVlto. a son,F) : chard Cody born Monday Road. J i1I' spent the weekend. Everyone Is welcome. '
June and told of I events t that. happened when games from 1 5 ( dwin.JohnssnJennifer f Scarborough
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and Carlie Triest of Keystone. Mater.... Mr.. and Mrs.. Paul DiVito of W. Maternal grandparents' are Edgar got married.J ,ween the(tours of 7:30 ; '
nal great grandmother la Louise Hall Palm 'Beach announce the birth of a and Derv. a Akridge of Keystone Each guest .brought a .recipe to .prizes awarded. : audio r Bradford: :: ::: :: :ge tl I 1 8: { : ( .: Club 'Bachelor of Arts Degr.e
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of Theressa. Paternal grandparentsare son,?John Robert, born\ July 10. Heights Maternal, great grand- "was' A decorated cake : ) ,!( : Miss Denise Glssy, daughter of Mr.
James and Frances Broome of Maternal grandmother'' Is Mrs. parents ale Mr. and Mrs. Broward presented with a recipe book by the refreshment\ table,along-; with .., 7 made to visit the Waldo ''and Mrs. Joe Cissy of Green Acres,
Hampton. Paternal -great grands- Janet 'Turner .of( Starke and great Akridge o Starke. Paternal grandparents hostesses. Appetizers were served.A (foods add-' punch. The Big Bird theme was carried out .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, on and Kling Crifflfl, all oIltarke.$, '. ner party which Included her grand Zoo on Monday, but when we arrived has returned home after earning her
parents are Dann Johnson of Hamp-' grandmother, Mrs. Alice Barron. aiis&Mr.and Mrs;Jack Alvers tape recording was made during The bride-elect received In'.,''the decorations' and refreshment''' Hampton Lake. Plans are.made. for a August'! 28 mother, Ruth Scarborough)" of there, the place was closed So Bachelor of Arts degree from the
ton and Eloise Broome of Orlando. Paternal grandparents are Mr;, and of Keysto e Heights. Paternal great the party hours with words of wisdom piece ,""yintaga' Collection"' a table, appointments.: All relatives and. friends( arenvited l lhelped wedding. ,)i ,., Jacksonville and Bud Carter. everyone returned to the home of(Mr. California State University in Chico,
._,, Mrs. John DiVito of Largo.. Melrose.grandmother' .is Mrs. Katie Rivers of hostesses for a Happy. Marriage' "given' by -the wine fet a.s a .memento of the ) ,''Twenty-three to celebrate'children)the occasion and adults, t to attend.. Miss Smith! Is a'''.1982 jVadual.pf:; f sion. .
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A gigantic onncethung an aged and untaught The son told Mr. Quigley of the painting The technique used to paint the Feast Is'
artist in Starke and was and his mother's desire for It to hang in a unusual In the art world. Mrs Fletcher
well on the way to becoming one of the church as an inspiration to worshipers. At started painting from the top. As the canvas ,I
best-known religious! paintings the coun first, the Qulgleys were unimpressed, but was difficult to handle, she rolled it,
try when it was destroyed by fire of after becoming convinced of Fletcher's much like a scroll, letting individual portion i

A' 4tr ,. rp, Unknown origin 20 years ago. sincerity, they agreed to place the painting dry before rolling it"(urther. Thus,'
"The Feast of Belshazzar/' painted by in their. church and later paid a "nicelum" the smaller figures were painted of firs I
which is reversal '
Mrs. Stuart Fletcher of St. Petersburg, as / to acquire it permanently. practice. a Art complete critics marvelled at her I

the result of a "vision" she had at the age Over the years, word of the enormous sense of perspective and her deft handling
of 80 was done in oils on a huge canvas, 25 .
painting spread, and tourists, as'well' as of' proportions. '
4r ? feet long and 12 feet high. It was the property local residents and visitors from nearby .. I
of Mr and Mrs. J.T Quigley and towns,and! cities came to view it. The table settings; vases of roses, and
hung In their "Tabernacle" at the corner other objects are remarkablr.clesr, while
of South Cherry and W. Madison St. candles, tall
(Highway 100). In brilliant colors, it candlesticks indicated the lateness of the
depicted Daniel Interpreting the vision and 80-Year-Old Artist hour when the handwriting appeared.Mrs. .

words that appeared on the wall of the banquet Fletcher said she had often thought

,ls J hall at the feast of Belshazzar, as Had A Vision of starting the massive painting but
described: In the fifth chapter of the Book of believed she had neither the strength nor

Daniel. the ability to do it. "After the vision that
And On Canvas
Put It
Mrs Fletcher, mother of William Flet- night I knew I. had. been designated to
out the work and believe that I
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who livedin carry ,
cher, a well-known sign painter
In Colors
Glowing
have enjoyed perfect health only to be ableto
said she
Starke for many years, saw a
complete the painting. The work was
while her sickbed
vision of the feast lying on -
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and was so inspired that she arose, In long and tedious,but it brought joy for me
and the next four to carry through what was to me Divine
,., .spite of her illness, spent direction."
the arduous task.
completing
"' years
';f'' ,' A writer in "All Florida Magazine" After fire destroyed the painting in the

During the tedious process of paintingthe described the scene in the musty,dimly lit spring of 1963, her son, the, sign painter
236 characters attending the feast in an chapel as Mr. Quigley pulled the cord controlling : undertook to reproduce the destroyed
elaborate banquet hall decked with the purple velvet drapes."watchers painting, using\ photographs 'of his
tapestries, Mrs. Fletcher used 300 poundsof stand first In rapt attention, then mother's work as a model. Russell Eberle
rich colors. She made no preliminary gasp with disbelief."As depicted by the ar- proprietor of a local beer parlor, suppudthe ;;
.,..\ .ti. sketch of the dramatic scene beginning at, tist,the feast was at the height of its merriment materials for the painting and he and
".,,.,L"*,,' I the top of the canvas and working down. when a hand appeared and wrote Fletcher planned to exhibit it,when completed -
upon the wall, "Me-ne, Me-ne, Te-kel" to various religious groups aroundthe
: which In Hebrew means "Thou art weighed country. But Fletcher left Starke
Eyesores ,, Mrs. Fletcher died about 1942 and the in the balances and found wanting" before completing the painting, and the
.. painting was willed to' her son. 'Lacking plan was carried out. The
... never painting
Belshazzar and of his
the funeral Mr. some court
funds to pay for expenses, appearto remained in storage at Russ's Place.
i Fletcher left the painting with the funeral be frightened; some have not yet noticed '
Like These home as security! until he could redeem it. the warning; and others are too filled Some time later, Pete Novak, then president
with food and drink to care. Daniel, a cap of the Starke Chamber of Commerce
During World War II,Fletcher was stationed tive of Belshazzar at the time, stands negotiated with Eberle to place the painting
at Camp Blanding and became ac- before the of exhibition .
king Babylon and translates on as a tourist attraction.But
quainted with the Quigleys, who then the handwriting.That for lack of a suitable place to display
Need To Go operated a lumber supply business on Call the large canvas, this plan was never carried -
same night Babylon fell to the In-
their
Street, as well as conducting out, and whatever happened to
vaders.
religious services in the Tabernacle.
Belshazzar II is still a mystery.FORESTRY .
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This one-time house, also on SR-H East, has
It is hoped that the City will soon get been stripped of Its siding for use as firewood

squared away on its proposed new"ordinance -, during the winter monthi. The absentee owner
giving it the right to condemn lives In Miami.

dangerous and. dilapidated buildingsthat

now threaten the health arid safety, :Those which have parts. thereof

as well as the decent appearance of which are so attached that they may fallor "" .;"; X/-/ ',
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prepare should be dealt but these few i /; '.
with are a 4----, &I'i :', ',,; ,', ',, -
ment to the present Chapter 11.3 __
of the most threatening. .j ,\:,\: '}:;" "
nuisance ordinance. Action on this, < ''.
however was tabled at the request of Under its HUD block, grants for the : ; 1". :
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." d ; : Past .threej-years: they city cj received' ':, :;.r.i' : :.. .
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published in a booklet by the Southern "target area'' could' have been J '" ["i::; I i" : <\ ;:{: : 'II i" iJrd: ;' l, E ,:i itft: '{N'0ii!,, : Jffi, w}.' :'(, ',:"'.'.:
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buildings,. other than the health and '4'' I"" 11 iI" j"I"I": .\ .'
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with this problem, rather, than amen- sanitation ordinance, the money alloted ,: .,,. 'I, : ,.',,1",; :,.,. : ,"; .'.

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{ Among the structures, that will likely Approximately $5,000 still remains in .

be included in the neW Ordinance areS; this fund, however, which could be" used
for "clearance and demolition, and
Those in which interior or other ver-. more may be forthcoming in future

tical structural members list, lean or: block grants, now that the State has

buckle to such an extent that a plumb. taken over this program from the Letters To- The. Editor IJ' ,

line passing through the center of gravity Federal government. This is another '

falls outside the middle third of its reason why, the city would benefit by

base. in _.-e now, the same as I an American IN BRADFORD
having its ordinance. place as soon as Who 'Are. COUNTY'
You. : .. II
and for to write with suggestion other-
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'Those which exclusive of the foun- possible. I
Not What..You've Done wise... By David Nor,tonBradford
dation, show 33 percent deterioration of The problem' is .not as simple aS it. I hope the next paper has a big apology. County Forester.
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the supporting members, or 50 percent sounds, since in some cases the offen- Editor, Tecegraj,6 ', 'I I know doctors Hernandez, Sundusadee, -' -

/ damage deterioration 'of non- 'owned nJ pr.nr- / Sarntinoranont Canfux and I are all .pro'ltd Lucky the family with plenty of; shade
ding buildings' are by absentee
outside walls If I'm mistaken, a Florida residentcan to be an American.: trees to block out the summer sun that is
supporting enclosing or
Qr landlords,.or.even by deceased' persons, lose his, license for six months, be fined Mary Y, DavisIn building toward peak temperatures this
covering. causing the' property'to pass into an $300, and have.to serve so hours of community -, time of year. Such fortunate families are

Those damaged by fire, wind, or estate or into, the hands ,of an ad- sendee/ for having an open beer writing news articles, an editor' at. gaining In comfort while. saving on the cost

other causes and are dangerous to life, ministrator. But without an ordinance should bottle in be his dare'.Sentenced.Yet In most. cases he probably tempts to use words that best describe the of air conditioning t

safety, morals, or the general health nothing can be done:' so anything that{ twof so!f Individuals driving" at high situation. Interpretations by the writers of By rough estimate, the energy coat saving

and welfare of the occupants or the people :. is accomplished by an ordinance In the speeds kill a man (one legally drunk and the two letters above are regrettable. of the well-shaded nouse or mobile
No offense intended toward
of the city., future will be on the plus side. the other close to It) and for all practical physicians, who was, as one letter points present out, home will run 20 to 30 percent..

purposes beat the charges'except for one came here "at a time when Starke was Now is a' good time to begin making,

and the jury wants leniency.A begging for physicians..," : notes for the location and kind of energy-
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typical caseof.who- you are", + nqt The John Hopkins Medical School was saving trees that will, serve your' home
-After .Almost a Century- what.you've done' incorrectly called the "GeorgeRoberta best. Make a sketch with some written
.. Richard L.Crane
: #.'I'f'; ''; Rt.2Box360K Medical School" In the article The notes; it is easy to misremember about
I :.' .1'. Telegraph regrets the error; such things when you start the project next
,. St! .;;'. Keystone HeightsDear winter at tree planting time I i.Some
Miss Needs \. Bob Ferguson,Editor .
Liberty RestoringThe : ; ,!.., _.
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; :' ( ,Weatherlzation Program ..will Include
gather location:, of existing
ashamed and amazed
old girl's been there almost a repair. The intricate web 'of, 2,000 that I was a newspaper thoroughly in this day and time Accepting Applications shade trees, growing conditions where you ,

hundred years and now she's beginn- iron armature bars, hidden beneaththe would print such a bigoted slur,I am refer- Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. need the more trees,length of the time sides and of angleof
sun touching
ing to need a little retouching, as any hand-hammered copper skin, ring to front page news: is now taking applications for Home house and rays of, prevailing your

lady would after a century of exposure have deteriorated and the "TwoTnew'AMERICAN: '* Physicians: are Weatherization Program. Anyone who Is breezes. Do not- forget to note obstructions,

to wind and rain. 200,000-pound; ; copper skin itself has setting First up I would practice.remind) you of a time when. Interested please call 964-6696 or come to such as utility wires and septic tank*. It .is

In just three more. years, the worn thin due to pollutants and acid Starke was begging for physicians, In- ,N.Community Temple Ave.Outreach(next Center door located to old Cour-at 136 ''the east side in the morning sun;and the
west side in the blazing afternoon that
Statue of Liberty, America's "of rain. Pieces of Miss Liberty's torch cluding Non-Americansl! Finally j''I some thouse). sun
need to shade trees if
you ) with
r ficial greeter" to all comers in New have fallen into the ,harbour, and doctors came and made their homes here The Weatherization Program aids low can. protect you

York harbour, will be observing her portions of her right arm may needto and worked for the community. I feel sure income persons, particularly the elderlyand
they have peen -the brunt of prejudice handicapped. Funds are to' 'Vbu choice
centennial., be replaced. provided have a.great of trees Some
many times, but they work hard and care install insulation, windows caulking and small ones that can be planted fairly close
The President'asks Americanpeople
I the for all roc...,)* weather stripping, plus other
Im- to the residence Include.the dogwood, redbud
But this ( -
lady's refurbishingdoesn't to join in a national effort to What your story does not Include is the provements to.reduce heat loss and corn( and crab apple. Medium trees will do

come cheap.. It's estimated rescue this symbol of ,our liberty, offer that these terrific Americans receive servo energy. for shading the lawn or patio and the wall
'I that $30 million will be needed to put and rededicate' the nation'to the ed..are they coming to serve could In it Starke be the sides from further out.This group includes J
need Or
her back in mint condition, as she' values she represents. because we have a of thousands of dollars DisabledVeterans ,live and laurel oaks red cedar, and the

;. was when presented' the U.S. by If you would like to' help prepare for guaranteed the first income year to serve our poor and To Meet Thursday .camphor' tree.' -

the people of France in 1886; More Miss Liberty for another hundred needy! What,this community needs is a Attention all Disabled ''Amerl an" Many of these same trees also will growto

f' than a million dollars ,of this amount years as the symbol of freedom, tax cardiologist/a pediatrician and an Veterans! a considerable size and this might be,
obstetrician,sowhy should we pay mil this kept in mind when selecting them Other
has been raised but
already deductible contributions be The' next mont ly meeting of Starke
may for two AMERICANGP's large trees for
planting sWl
exorbitant amount further from
still needed Disabled American Veterans is
from
is Chapter'
$28,000,000 more mailed "
to Statue of Liberty-Ellis just out of school? 'the house are sycamore sweet gum,tulip
;i patriotic Americans for this grand Island Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box You tell me, AGH Health Care.Elizabeth the today Pratt Thursday Street Recreation, July 14. at Center 7:30,P.M.next at to tree and some of the pecan trees which can
\ project. 1986 New York C, Bobo.RN grow to enormous heights while
,, N.Y. 10018. Millionsof Bradford County Jail >- producing
The magnificent figure, towering other Americans. will be doing the. ,. All Disabled Americans Veterans andtheir heavy 1 crops'.of nuts.

;; 151 feet above. the harbour, needs same. ..*&- ., > Editor; Telegraph' ? i.;:.' ,,: : families are welcome Pleasu vvmef
1, too. welcome the two new doctors to Plenty of advice lit available to you in
It the hospital taff. But I hope you ,get big making final choices of tree types. A bit ot
II bucket of shame to hang your head In. APBILin, attention to the entire matter now cam
Unless checked up and found our mean big dollar Ravings in future years A
! doctor you've are only here on visa, I pamphlet entitled ('Recommended Tree

t ? a think present we can call them. (along with others) ,for Home Planting" is Available upon request

Americans, 9' The first 1 Arbor day celebrn-' at' my office. This pamphlet. can
to.born in this great country. floe WM held on, April / assist' you with further Informs on during
i Some ,experts ettimite that>coffee.Is second only to petroleum.as the world's largett J happen 10. 1872 In Nebraska. the selection process.
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t District All-Star Champs .IfIf t- :Starettes Hitting


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I; ]$ Starke'a; Sureties :put together ....MM' 201 000 >7>

)A. some good hitting to' win three 't.,.".. Lading hlttanijackian 0
r a- straight games and win the district 3-lar-3. Ender with a doubla. !

j junior women softball tournament.
fray ..+ rtnr yr Saturday July 9. 0._, 1
T ., 4 "s t+e 4 he tournament championship ......- tOO 100 7 r
-trte )T faT theStarettes a chance to play ........... 010 101 fStarattM i
i I a )4- in the tournament inMerritt s .k ading. klttcraiRaddlih. w'th atrlpla
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t I .o )i. Island the weekend of July 23. Clark 2-lor-3 Dampiy J-for-3.
-tc f Trade Clark led the Starettes in hit- Odom 1forl.StarattM S
*j ting with a batting average of .556. 5Fin.
-tctc )f hitting S-of-9 Tammy Dempsey was .!0._ s
c_ )4. next in line with .500 4-of-8. 060 203 II
-tc T Starettes had to beat second placer al-Ktod 204 001 S t
*- ) Bel-Med of Orange Park twice to take Starattci (lading fclttarttltaddlih Ir
j )A. the title. Both games were one by 30'.5'Wlfh a triple, Clark J-lor-3. 4

three point spreads the first 6-3 and Jackson with' a.daub I.. D.mp..y 2-lar-4. .
r ,y'' 9 f j the second 11-8. Starettes also beat I'
ie f f )t- Leesburg 7-5 in the fifth game of they Scars of Otis Oamai

) tournament.
T Other leading hitters for the Staret- South Sumtor 4
)T tee were Maria Reddish, .455, 5-of-ll; OcalaLoasburg 3
; )f Kelley Jackson, .400, 4-of-lO; Stacey
.. : v.44))14c )\ )4 Reddish, .364, 4-of-ll; Stefanie Cub- ds.
) + J badge, .333, 3-of-9; Tammy Lynn, ..Sumtor : 1
? )* .300, 3-of-10; Terri Fender Cindy ,
;. t ; iil, Iu; )A. Parado, .100, l-of-10; Tammy Odom, ....M... 6
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)i. games the Starettes played In. ., 4
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':,.;., .These are the American League alt Un of Ihejplxle Youth. IWInor league,. Back' row-Reggie Sheffield.. Andy Goodowns. Randy Milton Raymond, :Ij r
t r'S comprised; of youngsters from he Starke area. .. 'Trimble. Sbaun Nichols"'and Jeff Carver.'PO .
'. They are from left-t.rlghh, F'ObI, tow.Asllley'-AJd.y; Emory on the Emory Prevatt, and Warren )f
rt'1J' Fr -ncI' ;. Lonnle'. ,Oltvelr Timmy ,1',1"( pv Elder! .and Devin, ,ysfftts. ? : ,: ftffcoachei: ., ) First Baptist. No. One
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... )It sion A, of the mens church league,
''i ]j., finishing the season for the league. TIIv.....,.July 7
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:.tc'j )T Northside Baptist have been neck and Pint..ptI.. COO 004 4
ff, .iC; ] .. neck for the last three weeks in the StarkoStora 000 010 I
T standing Last\ week it resulted in ,a Flrat ,Baotfot ......1... hlft.r.iStwan.5rpr3' .
]* three way tie for the.lead. but BapttetJ :i H. McGoo with a rwma run.. jL'C'
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')T First Baptist finished the season SOI 100 7 '
4 4 ( ; f With a 17-4 mark while Kingsley Lake ,.....,........ 002 002 4
)A.: followed at 16-5 and Northside 154.f' KI......, L.1:. .loading. klrtanW.' Toltan
: B-divlson champs was Smyrna 2-lor-4. Gain.. 3-lor-4 with a doublo, D.
) Baptist with a 14-7 mark followed by Crawford 3-for-4, Gnonn 2-for-3.
A- Presbyterian and First Methodist '......,.....n '......In. 10......... Srown
d d > JJ_. both at 138. ./ with two doublo..
i Presbyterian and First Methodist
)I p had a best two of three play off for the W......>...,.July
)I L number two spot with Presbyterian I
taking the title. ,.....,..,.... 410 322 12
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,I.f- FINAL. STANDINGS rotbytorlan loading hlttomBrown
r 2-for-4 with a trlplo Thomas with a dou- I
Dlvlilon A blo, Johnson 2-lor-2 L. Patoraon 2-for-2.
r.lw r First. .ptI.t 17-4 Pint Methodist .loading hlttoniJon
Kln*>..'....k. 14SMorttnldo 1-for-2 Durban 2for3.
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r Now...... 1-13 Pint Methcodl.t 410 001 *
Grace 6-11 ....,.."... loading hlnoraiBrewn
with a homo run. Dyal 4-for-6, .. Patonon
.. ). .;. Dlvlilan 3-for-S with a doubla. Sandora 3-far-6
/. II- .. ..... .j I *. Smyrna 147hPmbytorlan with a doubla. Saucer 3-for-S with a doable -
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.ie, These are the National iL ague.1.-......of the Dixie Youth,.Minor Lhaiaee; Back row4ago.. Pllcher-Altthony Wood*.,Ledarion Alston, Davie' Nor- As 20-: Small Fry.Softball

-tc They are from lert-or-rightj Front row Mark Shul.r4"J..b Crawford,1 'man Andre O'Neal Vince Robinson and Coach Jerry Pilcher. *: i ,: ? 11 Scoreboard:
-tc :Stevje Bailey.p.w.YD.et" Jason Smith Kevin WUe..and,Cnrto Snow. 'JSot shown,h,coach Dannie Wise and player Sam Bailey )It .. J"
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,.,, teams landed 'district tltleft,.v walk* a. he pitched all lilt Inning oi' run in the first Inning to cushion the ,1:'':home run on error Then Elder singJ- ,'' ....... ..1a. ;? ,/,"..i r\ I ...... "j> '. ", 'Li'l I.+ju' U
last week1 as Uw American ,League the game. Sheffield also hit 3-for-4. 7-4 win aoaiinst. Middteburg in the first ,'ed and scored from first base on a .1" ; ". 'r ',. '0etII. ''I: '. 7
.e team tooth the championship and thee Other leading hitters in that game game. ahaun- Nichols knocked'a 1 base hit by Timmy Taylor.) Jackson : : ..l ., .I'n"!\ ." ....."
e National League, team \took the. were Devin Jackson dory and David. grand slam homer over the fence for was the leading hitter. in the game at Next Weeks Games tr ,' :'
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number spot:' Elder J-for-2. four of the runs.>"It was the longest J-fof-3.. Y.
., i .The teams were pitted against each, .The Americans and Nationals also 1 hit I've ever seen'a Dixie Youth hit,"'' The Starke American team' also "Thwraday.JuiyU":. .
".' f oth Saturday night July t for' the laced off in game three of the tourna-:;! commented American League Coach-' beat tough Bel-Med 10-3 In the fifth 11.00 RayoU-Browon "'". TfMiredav'''Jvhf 14 ,
district title, the t flrsti+ time, both'?I;I ,Winn\/ :! < Dwight Elder.. game of the tourney. The game was < 1100 ; 't' V-Pl lrat..
Starke.teams have been. In the championshtp -, !: Leading\ hitter"' In that game. was tied 4-4 in the bottom of the fourth innIng ,. V r: Prid.y,JuV IS, 1i0iOO I S ves-G.t.rs
.. In the fifth inning of the game Elder Jackson with Xfor-3. then Starke scored two runs on a !X *7 .' AVI....o. '
.II, In the game.\championship: ?pmthe ;relieved Shaun Nichols at the mound Game two for the American team throwing error and followed ,with 10.00: "*" "' '* A.t,.*-,.",.. '....-,. July 1*
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1'WIUa i the base loaded. Elder struck Like National with .,00 ... Sun
American team got six straight bits in '.u, was against City 'three-more run* J
r r." the top of the sixth inning driving in">!out five straight batter. to earn the the American team taking the eight Leading hitters in the Bel-Med "iljiiMonooyl;July. I* "'':01 ;oas.raPlraf..
''Leading hitters in : that, for Starke Francis i-for-2 lIIOO wM "!r' fft\' A'rMdr.s ,: "
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'. I .tle to win'134.: 1. I. ,'''II''I.i game -were'PonnT{Francis: '2-for-4 Starke by one point in' the with a triple. and Elder l-for-2 With a ,IO\Y", .iM., ...
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1\.. I a Womens League; Titled

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Norman's .'. 1-lor-2. ,
Farm ; In two -\
: consecutive duels Monday night to PIxMMut loading M riCoutey 2-foe-4,
take the Starke womens Softball Brown l-for-S and Starling l-for-3*'"

J league charnplomhip.
1 f.Q.'a have bad an edge over Normans Monday.July 1 1Norm. .' .
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:.tcf for the last half of the season, '
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but.Normans came back Itrihe last, ., .!..' j ..&S01 4
,week;; to tie P.C'.V: Then" the.two, ".0.'. .(rj.J 000) 001 I
games'were set-to decide the championship. :,;" loNG......... 'Lading httlaniJona* 3-lor-3,
.?'. .' j rv. : h :Molns,, Mogar, 'Jackortf' !} Norman all
'Normans Won the first game 4:1 inM ';',-,,0..3. .i'" 'jJ8 vi W'k
f ':.def r1slv.battle and scored two tuns.'",44.4.J.>.0.'*'loading hirtiuHonkirson' log.
+ In the final inn!".of the second game '"'",.", /Hall. Hamm l-tor-3. Cuffle.2-lor-3.
to break an 8-8 tie in the bottom. of the, T I -. < ,'"{ v .
fifth,inning, > Norman,* : '. -. \142' ." 10
I v Cubbettetft landed the third place p.O.:* '"MO i, lNorman 9
spot with a 17-7 record.Normans took *'.......n. hhs.ntasr.*3-for-C,
o ,' 4 q 'numberono at 23-3: and the P.G.W Roger Morwith ..'.....1., Norman
c a y. ,+ A 'went to 21-S. for the season. 2.0.-.,..Marx. D,.. 2forI.F ..'
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Mormon.Farm.. 231CubbettMi 00...:.. ,102 OM :22
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177Rawdle Pa...... .loading htttoraiGfllfwy J-for-S.
ItllDeuler Horn ..-'0.6 with a doubt. Marrow
e." 3-lor-A'wlth a doubl/ Lovanon 2-for-S
labels. 1-.. with two doubla..
Pin Hut 1.rfactIO -" "I... Hut '.....,... hHtaniM. Evan
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Bradford Youths Travel to Miami.... I
TumMjoy.JulyH Norman 410 003 ICubbett :
200 Ml I
These youths traveled to Miami to participate In the Florida Hershey State Kelly Annette Simmons. R..... BryanUTawana Kinder Lisa Tlernoy. tie Dauler/ II. 100 7 Norman* .loading. hlttaraiBorao 3lor4.Cubbatla :
Track Final. Saturday July. tend row-Robert Williams hat Reed. Terrlcena Kitties Derek Dean, Pine Hut 200 000' 2D..I. loading hntoruJudy Bright4lor4. i
I This was the first time that Bradford County has participated In the Her Lance Wiggins, and Monlquv Williams. Back row-TroY' Pori Is. Michelle .,* lending. hmertLever I
shey track competition. Clark. Lori Sapp. Lisa Kennedy. Sham Butlers Unlssa King. Greg Wiggins.
The youths are from Ieft-to-right: Front Row- .urllla Williams Ketina To the far left Is coach Buddy Revels and,to. the, !right assistant I4na Allen.: I II

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Bradford County youths aging from This was the first time Bradford it-12yearoldgirls .'. j> ChandlM1.Softball ",
nine to 14 years old competed in the County-Starke has participated the .
Hershey State track finals In Miami Hershey track competition, but plansare 1M nMton No place-Ann.tt. Simmon" thratoiNo. .ploce.Cjjnt,.f. ; laud
Saturday July 9.. for continuation of the program and Tawanna Kimloy. < '<:v .'
The competition was held at the according to Revels. 200 m raI5h.' placVUnla King. 29 -, 13-14 year old girls'
Miami-Dade North Campus.No Revels was assisted by Charles ..cond*. >
400 m.tonlth ploca-Li.a 76 100 mota 6th place-Rob.rto Wllllami: a
competitors from Bradford will Cunningham Mrs. Edna Allen and Tlamay .
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be going to the regional meet that will Starke Recreation Department Director !- Mcond: placa-Llia Kennedy; 1
include most of the southeastern Cheryl Godwin ., .mtmi3rd ploca-Lorl Sapp 2:42 200 mefefUth ploce-Shaun Butler .28:2: ?;'
mlnuta. 6th place-Vlchelle Clark..2t.BItX {- :
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organizer Buddy Revels the STATISTICS 4 X 100 rclayiSth plac.KlnoIOlAn/ 4 100 loyi6lh pl c.CI.o Kennedy,
well behaved youths no". Simmon., Tarlcanna Klttlo. and Michelle Clark. .Roberto ..William.., and
were and did well at the "
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meet. 9.101rear Old Girls Unl a King 59,07 Mcond *
Monlque Williams took two first .... Standing long (umpiNo placa-torl Sapp Standing long jumpt3rd place:-Roberto'
William. 4th place-Mich.ll. Clark. .
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Lisa
place ribbons in the 9-10 year old girls 50 _enl 3rd ploce-Aurlllu William Tiarnay.
'' SoftballhrowNo place-King and Saltbell thrawi6th place-shaun Butler.1JU .
division and Troy Portis took a second 7.3 econd
in the t2.1\year old boys division. 100 metem 5th ploc-K>ntlno Kelly./ Klnil.y. yeaid'boy .
Williams placed second in the 200 200 m.tori 2nd placeMantquoWilliam ,
In ,,11-12 year old boy*., ,
meter dash 31.7 seconds and threwa 31.7 Mcond "
', 200 meteni3rcl'plic'e>Troy'l"ortl* 5.7;
Softball 23.1 meters to place second 400 nwtem Sth place-Rondo Bryant, 62Mcond '
in that event. Williams was also a / ICO iMMniNo'P..Lonc.) Wiggins; 800 "' metert4th ploH-Pdrtl' ; *,. '2:24
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member of the 4 X 100 relay which 4 X 100 ....o 3rd ptaca-Kolly/ Bryant, Wllll Chond.lM\ minute 1hIf1'T \ $? .
200 nwtari3rd ploco-CIInt' d, 2801Stir 1600 _0..1'plac.o...".Wljjgln/ ;
placed third in 63.81 seconds. William, and M.William, 63.81 Mcond. .
plac.-Dar.k Dean, 30.1 cond ?, 5:39.01 mlnut.:; -'.A..L; ]-\ .
Portis placed second In the Softball Standing' long|lumpy William. Kelly.Noplaca. .. .
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throw with a heave of 54.r meters. .' 4 X 100 ,.1.,5.h placa-CIInt-..d. Standing! .long. "lugryfiitl'a.-Mlggihs, "
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Portis placed third In the 200 meter Softball thrawtSrd place-Rondo Bryant? Dank Bonn. Wllll Chandler;'lane Wig' : ; ;' Right i in the pocket.....
run in 25.47 seconds and fourth 304." motor 2nd ploca-M. William, 23.1. gin, 61.01 ..cond.. 4; ,, .w .t\lall\ Newt2iudrptiirP&tls.; 6.s5Y4n" '. -
'la the ; Ionelump.Ne ..w\Ia y .,."' t,. -,, .,' Normans .Farm'put the P.Q. .out again here wlth'a throw h'om.econd
'U'800'mter) C(I" run to in aio 2:24 minutes.. -JT.. L'nt1 ..,>.!It:<4'"' -.' ''.". f .. '' "Slandlnq | ,'plod ,'r.I"; .::b.V'i'H'i JA. /'ftt\" base right on target to lint base ioa the Old, ., .. SK.. :
'm.,,,...... ."li..vi{ ..<>a.n u<'!iior..3'rT5iuobit. ". .h.) .13.1.-. ; .,14 .......O'JJlI .. 01.0" O 't "N .: ;;., :;1. ". 'I'J' MorWna'beat, the'P.O.1*twtMiMoHO.'Iilihl-: --to-lanillli'e'humlrtl >' 1 .one .Pfj
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I Stars Second in Casselberry Tournament. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,t, ENT Captain D's .


Starke Stars finished in second teams of the same age the Stan havean Hwy 16 W. & Weldon 964-6971 .

place at the Angelo' Summer impressive 254: record. Pastor'GeorgeWalsonand REVIVAL 4. Can $6
Festival Softball Tournament in Banditos have already qualified for The Congregation Invite You to Eat For
Casselberry last weekend July 910. the national tournament.
Come and Worship With UsSMI n Starke7
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The Stars beat the winning team, During the Softball festival five SckMl.' >. .'. .10 AM '
Bandltos of Miami in the first game members of the Star's team were Hatful M/-A/ :: ::: : : lt ,'.'; at Hwy. 301 & 233 SUMMER SAVINGS
2-1 putting the Banditos in She losers named to the all-tournament team. t sfeM ... .
bracket. But The Banditos came They were John Bennett. Mike Carroll Mm' ****Wft .':::::::.:,:::.7:30m'i; : behind Use these coupons one at a time or all at once.
back in the last two games winning 8-4 Scot Hudson, Clayton Norman
and 4-2 over the Stars to take the and Jeff Johnson.A ; 3;, Craft's Garage Either:way.you'll get four delicious meals for
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championship.The Softball Olympics was also held ;:
Stars also beat the Roadrunners over the weekend and two Stars ,""f. ;: \ 7i4i5: ; nightly '" only $6.00.
of Jacksonville 16-1. .
players took first place In two events. ,
During the tournament the Stars Richard Warren was first in power .- .....i dSm.>1 Ci: THf3 000PON O..dH IM..i..

scored 24 runs for an average of 6 hitting and Scot Hudson was first In .:" ,. ;
runs per game while giving up only 14 base running. FISH ;FRIES Two tender fish fillets N

for an average of 3.5 per game.In Dial A-Prayer FULL GOSPEL = natural cut french fries I
the hitting department the Stars. Leading hitters for the Stars during FOR'
COMMUNITY CENTER and 2 southern'
hits the tournament were 964-4712 !) style hush N
got 51 averaging 12.8 hits 'a Bennett 5-1Z. $I 50 '
game.Overall batting average for the .417;; Mike Carroll 6-for-ll, .546; For Spiritual. Uplifting t'4 HswTt.iiirtff'Y-HMVM. = ONLY m puppies: =
Stars was.444. Opponents of the Stars James Curtis 4-for-a. .500; Scot Hud- Salvation Makes YouA.Member, Offor.plr..July28I983 .
only had 27 hits combined for an son 7-for-12, .583 with a home run; ......, elisl. ;. .. .10.I Not good wim' any ipfcla. a.a I n D' N
average of 6.8 per game.So Jeff Johnson 8-for-10, .800; Clayton Mental. WiNe.. . . ,. .11 dKcounl.. ,0
far this season the Stan have a' Norman 7-for-12 .583. ". ,, ?.'' SMdiy MtoM .. .i.. .. . .. .-.-.MO ,(01.vat rtIC fago p r.O'l. a great Utt..loodplace. II
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41-20 record overall while standing at Overall the Stars hit 51 of 115 at bats ,} .' '7usda yl lrtl.7:30 FiMw WgM. .7:30 r ,+, J
21-9 in tournaments. Playing against for the .444 average. 11' .fro =It.mdaIU.. CUP.THB I
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to Day of Revival[, BibleSchool. .- Walter F.MonttlnPasto. ) 'Offer..plre JuJy 28,1963 .

We invite you to.'Wo. .NP with! us. 'Not good wltnony other ipealol'ordttoouM. Captain D'S. .-
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This coming Sunday will be a very Special Program AttendedNurs.ry l = IotparaciponnpcapLD'sJ) re.Tulllu..loodPI. !
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special day in the life of First Baptist
At Pleasant Grove Sunday School . 10 am
Church t 1 .........CUPIHISCOUPOHI..I
July I 18-22 : .
Dr. James Frost the State Sunday Morning Worship II am ,_,
School Director,will be here to lead in Pleasant Grove Church will be having \ W
activities 6.45 .f t Evening\ lc.-.6! ; : P"W / i FISHFRlES Tyvo, fender flstvfjllets' ,.
all services as well as a special Sun- during the day Sunday gP'.'m. ..1 y
day School Worker's Training and ap' July 17. Sunday School begins at 10 .dn.sday Youth. . 7)SO pm ,. .natural cut french fries. Land
521 It. Orange OR'
predation Banquet. Dr. Frost will be- ,a.m. r W 2 southern style I hush .spuppies.
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observing Sunday School. He will be Regular Church Service Is at 2 pjn. : '$1 50 *
leading open discussions about how'we with the, pastor delivering the. ; : : 'I ONLY i I ., 1
as a church can improve the Bible message.At Offer.expire*JOly 28,1983 I I
teaching program and disciple Christians 5:30: ,the Traveling Stars singers GOSPEL MUSIC, ''PARK Not goodwin any .,e'Ia"|> 'Cataln D's.
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of Gainesville,will render 0
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The public is Invited to attend. Gospel Singing".At'I.ts'.Best' = m great llttl. Matod plact.: I
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Rev. Willie Session, Pastor.
Please begin now 'to pray for this July 16 ...7:3O'!p.m.. qlmmldIMt1CiJPTHiSCW7F+OP1t tMdNlt9lddpl.mllw.

have special not event already if you begun and your to -do family so. TENT REVIVALYou Sunshine. Trio and Gospel Bond, (Inc,.jhe lamplighters = FISH '& FRIES Two.tender.fish fillets. N

J Moreover, let's all make plans to be in are Invited to come and hear Suzie and the Family of God Singers 'T natural cut french fries V J

Sunday School this coming week. It is the truth preached by two preachers ADMISSION: *1.M DONATION FOR; A A JEfA-'and 2 southern style huSh', i
Important that all of our SundayS God called and God sent nightly at 1 vl 9U .
<- workers be totally involved in 7:45: on Hwy. 301 ft 233 behind Crafts' ,. ,ONLY a : puppies Mcrs..w.N.
tl>e events of this day. Garage 2 miles north of Starke. God -.c. a 'Offer expire.July 28, 1983 <
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a ,(tot participating Copt 1 place
I'. School that will be a part of this Kingsley ----.c----l(' ,
j j very special event. Let's do our very St. Mark's Parishioners ...mmcupnmcowoHmmmmmmmmvn!
'. best to open?! our hearts and minds to, Visit Camp WeedOn ''Where everybody Is .
God's will and plan for our Sunday '. ..i*. i MONDAY AND TUESDAY

) School! Sunday morning :M members of Sunday Senrlcfs: ,Two 2 PIece ftoh'Dinnen ,$3.69
8:30: AM-Early Worship Service '* ,
St. Mark's Episcopal Church met at .. lasso am Sunday School .
with'9:45: Dr.A.M.-Sunday Frost. School!' Be'pre- the Pariah House to form a motorcadeand .; 1:00.11I- Morning Worship ,,,', ,Each dinner Includes: two goklen# brown fish fillets, crlsp6:30 '

j I sent! Episcopal drive Recreation tothe new and Camp Conference Weed pm-Chunk TrainingSKS .french.fries, creamy cole taw and 2 southern style

Center located near Live Oak. 7:30: pm'.Evening/ Wonhlp", tmifWodntiday *lr hush; .puppies.'
Dr.11:00: A.M.Worship Service led by Fr.: Arthur Lee conducted II+ '. I -
Frost.
Eucharist Service there assisted by 1 7:30 pm,'''-'''' Prayer .(vice rJ: '
12:10: P.M. Sunday School Lay Readers Pat Farnsworth. and Al [

training Worker's< with Banquet.Dr. Frost.Discussion, and .Carlisle.Following this service, a 'picnic' L Crap. Douglas.Pastor ;fecal .Ift,1 e I ht .'c..etaiilD'S
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Mrs. Ossie Prevatt and her meet in Tampa next year. and Mrs. William Wilson for the sum Sunday.July 3, after spending a week daughter Jennie, of Houston. Texas
Lawtey News daughter Mrs. Dallas Puff of Plant Mrs. Fr.nkle'Moody of Green Cove mer. with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. spent the week with their brother-in-.

,City visited Mrs. Carl Prevail on' Springs and her sister, Ruth of Allan ,' ,, .M.... Genelle Underwood of Green and Mrs: Johnny Jenkins Hilliard. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Thursday after Fonzo Prevatt's ta, Ga., spent a few hours Sahmfar ,Cove Springs spelt the weekend with Jenny Boch of Gainesville spent the Grouse.. .

Ou to a lack of space Lawt y funeral.. June 25 with Mrs. Rossie Reddltih j ,/f. her parenUJRMr.! and Mrs. Earl weekend with her grandmother Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and
New was left out of the Telegraph Miss Angela Boyetle celebrated her Mr. and Mrs. Joey Starling of ConJ Prevatt. ,Daisy Bach and great grandmother family of Bryceville were Saturday
ant week. w. hay. Incorporated this 19th birthday July 4 at home with her cord N.C. are spending week with 'Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Prevail and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Her grandmother dinner guests of their parents Mr.

nulnta this week parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetle their parents Mr. and Mrs Charles family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt Mrs. Bach, took her home and Mrs. Fleam Starling.

column.The Editor Jr.Mrs. Starling. '<< and family and Mrs. Genelle Under Sunday afternoon July 10. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talky and
Lois Box spent a few days In Amy Starling. Daughter! of Mr and wood enjoyed a cookout at the homeof Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. and sister. family of Jacksonville were weekend

by Elisabeth Terry Bradford Hospital Starke, this week. Mrs. Jerre Starling of Starke, spent Mr; and Mrs. Robert Price Mon Mrs. Bettie Williams and son, Brianof guests of their mother Mrs. J.C.Tye I

phone 782-3300 Our prayers are with her. five days with her grandparents MrJN, day, July 4. Jacksonville went to Orlando

Mrs. Loetea Hewitt of Tallahasseeis and Mrs.Charles Starling and family..'.. We are happy that Mrs. Donald ,Wednesday and spent two nights with Sr.Mrs.. David Kelly and sons of

CHURCH ACTIVITIES! spending some time with herfather We are happy to report thatMm.TroxeU .., Wilkison Sr. was able to return home their aunt M... Ruth Matchelt While Jacksonville were weekend guests of
First Baptist Church of Lawtey A.D. Dobbs. was able to return home Sum. from St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville there they visited Mrs. Matchell's. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox-

observed the birthday party for Juneon Mrs. Kathy and her children attended day July 3 from St. Vincent'sHospital on Tuesday. Our prayers are son and daughter-in-law Mr. and ell.Mr.

June 28. They had a good crowd her niece,Jennifer Chesser's birth- Jacksonville. Our prayers. with her.Laura. Mrs. Wane Matched and family of and Mrs. John Torode Jr. of

and the food was delicious. day party Wednesday.: June 29. They arawithher. ., 'f',1; Lisa and Sheri Waters of Satellite Beach Fla. Starke, are the proud parents of adaughter
,PERSONALS: served Coke hotdogs, cake and Ice Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr. spent two; Orlando spent the week with Mr. and I Rowena Ceballos of Jacksonville Is Megan Kelly Torode, born

Friends of Fred Pendarvis regret to cream for refreshments weeks. with her son and daughter-iivfi Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson. spending a week with her grand- July B in St., Vincent's Hospital

learn that be Is a patient Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morgan of New law Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilkison.. 'James EllIxon of Jacksonville parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crap e. Jacksonville. Grandparents are Mr.

General Hospital. Gainesville. Our Orleans, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Starling and family of Live Oak. visited Petty, Officer 1st Class and Christine. Kindle Keisha, Mobleyof and Mrs. John Torode Sr.of Kingsley
prayers are with him. of Atlanta Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright Sr, and son Jack Mrs. Joe Harris and family on Sun Starke were Sunday dinner guestsof Lake and Mr. and Mrs. George Kellyof

Deepest sympathy the community David Baldree of Theressa, Mr.,andMrs. of Tallahassee spent Thursday night day,.Juy!| J their grandparents Mr. ana Mrs. Lawtey.
Is extended to Mrs.Julia Pendarvis Joey Dobbs of Lawtey, and Mr. with their mother and grandmother. Frank Camp and Bryan
and brother because of the death of and Mrs.Tim Kelly enjoyed a cookoutat Mrs. Truby Wainwright. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter are i.

their mother, Mrs. TouLou Gordan the home of Mrs. Morris Kelly. The Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr.,. We are happy that Mrs. Donald spending three weeks in Hot Springs, e

who passed away Tuesday, June 28. cookout is to help Mrs. Morris Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hodges and lam! Wilkison, Sr. was able to return home Ark. -
Our prayers are with them. and Joey to celebrate their. .birthdays ly Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley, Jr. of from St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson and JanteM A. Iryant n

Mrs. ,Truman Norman and grandson together. ''Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. B.L. ,. on Tuesday. Our prayers are family of Pensacola spent a few days S.rvlng on USS Bolster r
and daughter Mr. and Mrs.Ricky Mr. and Mrs. Jim LaMonte and Wilkison III, of Lawtey enjoyed' with her.Laura. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill

Norman and baby were Wednesday Troy are the new managers of the swimming party and cookout for a Lisa and Sheri Waters of Dobbs. Also Mr. and Mrs. John Navy Boatswain's Mate James A. c

supper guests of her son and New Life Temple Motel in Lawtey birthday surprise for their father,Mr. Orlando spent the week with Mr. and Butler of Gainesville spent the Bryant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben P.

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Reggie 'and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith are B.L. Wilkison, Jr. on July 4 at the Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson. weekend with them. Bryant of Starke Is currently serving *
Norman of Ichtucknee Springs. the new owners of a Camp Ground at home of their son-in-law and James Ellixon of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake as a member oi the Naval Reserve I

Fred Moore and family of Fernandina Beach. We welcome daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Billy King of visited Petty Officer lot Class and City visited their parents. Mr. and Fleet Salvage Ship USS Bolster. e

.Homestead who have been. vacationing these fine people to our community.The Jacksonville. Mrs. Joe Harris and family on Sun- Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday.Mr. After 36 years of service in the Central ,
at Kingsley Lake returned home Davis reunion met at Lawteeyon Dan Wainwright and his daughter day, July 3. .and Mrs. Wendell Kelly spent and Western Pacific the Bolster. *

Saturday.. July 2. July 2 and secured 27 rooms at the Jill, Jacksonville,were Sunday dinner We are happy to report that Fred from Saturday until Thursday with 214 feet long and carries crew of 105
Mrs. Chuck Moore and sons Bob; New Life Temple Motor Inn. They guests of his mother Mrs. Truby. Pendarvis was able to come home their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie recently moved from Hawaii to its ,

Ryan and William of Hollywood,Fla.. spent from early Friday until Sunday Wainwright. from Alachua General Hospital Kelly on their way home from current homeport of Long: Beach i
who have been visiting their mother, July 3. They came from Miami Tampa Captain and Mrs. Steve' SUllivan- Gainesville July 8. Our prayers are Charlestown Ind. Calif. |

Mrs. Fred Moore returned home on Naples, Ft. Lauderdale Pompano and daughter,Jacqueline returned to'' with the family. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman The ship is undergoing six-month

Saturday July 2. Beach, Cocoa Beach. They bring their Anchorage, Alaska June 26 by way of Miss Elizabeth 'Terry spent Monday were Wednesday overnight guests of overhaul at the Long Beach Naval '

Friends of Mrs. Earl Troxell regret families together once a year and Omaha, Neb. Sunday where they ,July 4, until Friday, July a, with their son and daughter.lnlaw..Mr..nd -Shipyard,"before it Is utilized for tow- .
to learn that she is a patient In St. celebrate. They started this program visited his parents. ,; her sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland in Mrs. Reggie Norman of Ing diving and salvage operations in J

Vincents Hospital Jacksonville as of four years ago and have enjoyed being Elizabeth Smyth of Atlanta Ga. Gainesville.Mrs. Ichtucknee Springs.Mr. .the West Coast waters.,
June 11. Our prayers are with her. together each year. They will will be with her I grandparents ,C o1;>> O.J. Anders returned home and Mrs. Frank Williams and tIn



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nual reunion. All the girls were pre- S.C., before returning home. Douglas email bull and terrier dog brown with her Hugh Crosby family: Tampa recently. I

by C.E."Sue" Davis sent. There was Lydia Crosby Martha said the days were hot and muggy black markings belonging to Clinic. I
phone 481-1344 Hess, and Nona Mann, all of while the nights were cold in the' children, has been missing for several Graham News... Acorn .

Revival.... Brooker, Amy Williams of Hamptonand mountains.: After travelling 2,000 days. Anyone having Information call L.M. The Rev. Edwin Anderson pastorof For your child's head needs, a free .
their brother. Josh. from Dade City miles the family was happy to be back; about the animal, please the Faith Christian Fellowship clinic Is held each Monday from 2-8
The Rev. Jim' Countryman announces home to begin planning for next years' Booth. listed in the phone directory. Church of High Springs was guest p.m. This includes proschoolphysicals
revival is in ,-, Members of the community who free clinic service Is :
a now progress vacation. speaker .at the Praise Christian etc. A
.at the New River Baptist Church and Personals.... Holiday weekend guests of Mr. and are patients in North Florida Assembly Church last Sunday night. held each Tuesday with hours from

will continue through Friday July 15. Mr.. and Mrs. Pete Douglas and Mrs. G.W. Davis were Donald' Regional Hospital Gainesville' are: Following the services by the* 7.9:30 p.m. Blood pressure high? Stop
Services begin nightly at ,7:30: p.m. children Sarah and Scott have returned Williams of Oveida Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs. Louise Wood, Mrs. Nona Mann minister. Mark and Bonnie Scarborough by for a free check anytime.
wish each
with Dr. John' Carts of Dunedin, home after ten days of vacation-- Pete Dukes and Mr. and Mrs. Van and Mrs.Jeanette Mott.We of Corner Store Assembly of

pastor of Idlewild Church and presi- Ing.To begin wlth the Douglas' arriv- Dukes of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs.: one a speedy recovery. God Church in Williston delivered a .
home of Mrs.
dent of the Trinity Bible College as ed at the Lowell Douglas home In Russ Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Recent visitors at the message in spiritual song before the
and Mrs.AZ. .
guest speaker. Sunday. July 17. the McDonough, Ga. for a couple of days Charlie George of Gainesville and Mr Alberta Stokes were Mr. of group gathered for a reception honoring ..
church will celebrate ISO years of existence sightseeing at Stone Mountain and a and 'Mrs. Larry Fowler of Padgett and Dewey Herbert Stokes the special guest. fIIS'cS ((4
Fipps
Mr. and Mrs.
under strenuous times of Indians Mrs. Russ Starke, Langford and
trip through Six Flags Over Georgia. Ralford.Then Wednesday and Judy Fipps of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
fire, floods, etc. This will also Before proceeding to Knoxville,Tenn. Crawford joined her parents the of Jacksonville daughter, Brenda along with grandson -

be homecoming with day-long services to visit Mr. and Mrs. Doug Nichols, G.W. Davis s, for a trip to Macclennyto Georgia.Mr. and David Newborn were vacationIng -.
Mann
T.J.
and dinner on the .ground. The then a trek through the woods with visit M..... Everett Fish and, Mr. and. and Mrs. home Wednesdayafter in Ormond Beach last week.
:public is invited. visits to Gatlinburg and Cherokee. A Mrs. John Milton. children returned in the Mrs. Hattie LeFeavees of
vacationing
Reunion. stop-over with relatives in Charlotte Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Booth attended several days Gainesville has returned home after The expression'"piping. hot"
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Mountains.Mrs. .
N.C. with a side trip to Grandfather the Proctor and Blankenship Smokey Mrs. Elaine Visiting her son and family the Tom alludes, experts say. to the
Last Sunday. July 10 the Groover in Va.recently.While Hazel' Carlton LeFeavees for a couple of weeks. food
Mountain then on to Columbia S.C. wedding Haysi, Calahan of Starke and hilling sounds very hot
family SO strong gathered at Rock'Cburch for the night with relatives and a final there the Booth's visited several Griffis and Roy were the Mr. and Mrs. Tom LeFeavees were makes as it boils.

for a day of dining, fellowshipand stoooff for a few days with Ethel's friends before returning home. the Phil Vellenga dinner family of the the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
old fashioned visiting at the an- mother, Mrs. Mary Hill in Charleston Mrs, Maxine Booth reports the fourth of July guests Charles Laney and John LeFeavees

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...'. above styled Court on or ,bails for tha claim the Representative's. ,attorney he Court. MARKET. :320 North Tern-. ...n. publIc quctlotp for
I'm NOTKEw: i' l., j before Avoust 22. J983. 100: thence run N. name and address of tha ara set forth ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS plo Ave.,. Stork. Fl... ,Intends :." :cash at 3175 Commonwealth ..
otherwise! a Judgement. 181637" W, along sold creditor his agent or"ott.n'.y"oad below NOT SO FILED to register Mid Her Avenue "1
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'''' u ,"I.jiotuiTENTIOtse:;.. ..:.'l.. .. .Westerly 'right' '""*,>'way"'?" i" the All Interested '
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,"'\"" ""'''''"'''11 {iue4tersd1pgainsVyou persons WILL BE FOREVER. BAR flflous name under the Jacksonville' Florida, :
TO IIEGlSnR for the relief line 113.84 f.., to on amount; claimed. If the ore required to .file with aforesaid statute. one lot of Onewayground
FICTITIOUS NAME demanded in the C.....- Iron pipe: thence run N. claim I."not yet du., the this court, WITHIN THREE RED.Publication of this Doled Mill lit day of for CATV electric

\Lega ''plaint. 8947'49" W, 488.73 feet data when It will become MONTHS OF THE FIRST Notice has begun on 14July. July. A.D.. I,.,. 'in Brad- equipment consigned. to
Pursuant to Section to the P05.SUBJECT. shall be 'stated. If PUBLICATION OF THIS .
WITNESS my hand and due .. 1983. .ford County.' Dodo Cable Co. Miami.
865.09. Florida Statutes the. seal of said Court on to an aasamant the claim Is contingent of NOTICE:' ((1)) all claims Personal Representative 7/07 4lchg. 728IN Florida to satisfy" freight
I Notice "4 notice :I. hereby given July 12. 1983. across the Westerly .unliquidated the nature against the estate and : MARTHA POWELL ,and storage charges
I that the undersigned. GILBERT BROWN 30 feet of the above ''of the uncertainty.shall. ((2)) any objection by anIntarasted McCLANE. 321 North THE CIRCUIT under the' provisions. of

t i Richard.. Jordan Iolown. 'CLERK CIRCUIT COURT described Lot 3 be .to,.... If the claim Is person to Myrtle Street Storks COURT THE Section 4b( ) of Uniform
.. .,, doing. business BY: Beg lah Moody at public sale, ta the' secured the 'security whom notice was mailed Florida 32091A -. EIGHTH JUDICIAL Standard Bill of lading.
f" .@ under.. the firm name of Deputy Clerk7l44tchg804 highest and best bidder shall be described. The that challenges the .torney' for PersonalRepresentative 1 CIRCUIT IN AND GatorFrelghtways.
t JORDAN AGENCY AT for cash, af the. east front claimant shall deliver validity of the will the : i BRADFORD Inc. I

STARKE, P.O. Box 1236 door of the Bradford sufllclent copies of the qualifications of the Personal TOMLINSON a BROWN. COUNTY. FLORIDA Carrier

Stark, FL 32091 Intends IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, County Courthouse inStark. ,claim to ,me clerk to Representative P.A., Post Office Drawer. PROBATE DIVISION 1Olltchgl14NOTiCE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL ., Florida: at .enable the clerk/ to mall venue, or jurisdiction of 40. ,Starka, Florida .CASE NO. fl3.d.CP
....' ta 1'01I1.told. fictitious the CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR eleven o.m. on July 26 one copy to each personal .the Court. 32091. Telephone: ((904)) ((13480)IN ._..... I
nama under BRADFORD COUNTY, 1983.GILBERT representative.All ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS 9648272. Of INTENTIONTO
afor.IOI"
statute. FLORIDA S. BROWN persons InterestedIn NOT SO FILED By, : James L. Tomllnson. RE: The Estate of REGISTER.FICTiTiOUS
Dated this 14 day'ofJuly CASE NO: S3-I33-CA CLERK OF CIRCUIT the estate to whom a WILL FOREVER BAR- MORRIS CARTER.. NAMEPursuant
I: A.D, 1983 In Bradford COURTBY ,copy of this Notice of AdminIstratIon 1/1 4 atchq 1121 D.._.....
County' 'TUCKER BROS., INC., : ....Iah Moody ha* been RED.Publication of. this to Section
It; V i'P", 7/14 4tchg 8/04 a Florida corporation Deputy' Clerk mailed are required. Notice ho. begun on 14 .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICEOF 86S.09. Florida Statutes
: OF THE EIGHTH notice Is hereby at-
{ Plaintiff HARRY L. SHORSTEIN WITHIN THREE MONTHS July. 1483.Personal. ADMINISTRATIONThe
\' ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT vs. 605 Blackstona Building FROM THI DATE OF THE R.pr..II''tatr" JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN that the undersigned.
: OF THE EIGHTH LOUIS A. MANN Jacksonville. Fl 32202 FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS .: CLARENCE AND FOR administration of Richard A. Jordan, sale

,NOTICE JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT a/k/a LOUISE A. MANN (904)) 354-5533 NOTICE tor file any WAYNE MOORE. Post IRADFORDCOUNTY.. the Estate ot MORRIS owner. doing business
,. OF THE STATE at""., at al., 7/14 2tchg 7/21 objectionsthey. may Office Box 193 Starke. FLORIDA CARTER. Deceased File under the' firm name of
TO WHOM IT, MAY ., OF FLORIDA. Dafandants.' hove that challenge the Florida 32091. CASE CIVIL ACTION No. 83-36-CP, Is pending Jordan Agency P.O.sos
NO. 83-256-CA
CONCERN:, IN AND FOR --- validity of the decedent's1 Attorney for PersonalRapresentatlve In the Circuit Court lor 1256. Stork. Ft 32MI.

You will please take) BRADFORD COUNTY .NOTICE OF SALE ( will. me qualifications of ; Bradford County Intends to 1'01I1.MId
notice that the Bradfom, CIVIL ACTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the' personal .representative TOMLINSON ft BROWN. IN RE: TheMarrlog.ofJAMES Florida Probate Division. fictitious name under meaforesaid

County Health Facilities. CASE NO.83.216' Notice Is )hereby" given FOR BRADFORD' or the venue orlurodlction P"'., Post Office Drawer, SR LACEY, MACE the address of- stahita.
Authority' will hold a that pursuant to an COUNTY. of sIte court. 40V Starke, Florida >, 'Hu.bond.I'ond., which Is Bradford County Dated this 28 day at
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meeting In the County', JIM WALTER HOMES.INC. order or a final judge1mant FLORIDA ALL .f ''CLAIMS. '32O9I. Telephone: ((904)) ,.},; ., .. ._, Coorthouie Past Office. June A.D. 1983 In Bradford .
Commissioner' meeting .. of, foreclosure'. PROBATE DIVISION DEMANDS.'AND OBJECTIONS 964-8272.: SALANO? '' "-Drovxer'-B, 'Starke, County.:
room In the> Bradford A Florida corporation. ,entered In the obo.... File Number 83-37-CP NOT i SO FILED By, : James .I.: Tomllrt-. LILLIAN. MACE. Florida 3201. The 6/30 4tchg 7/21
County. Courthouse on Plaintiff captioned action I will (1-2243)) WILL, BE FOREVER BAR. son.. Wlfa. names and addresses of I
Thursday, July 14. '1983 Vs' sail the property situated RED. :, W' 7/14 Jlchg 7/21 the Personal 1 lepretentotlve -' .
at 7.30PM. LEON SWEAT and 'In Starke. Bradford IN RI: ESTATIOF Data of the': 'first NOTICEOF and the' PersonalRepresentative's 1 CIRCUIT COURT '
IN THE
GEORGE ROBERTS. NORMAJ.WEAT. County Florida" described JAMES publication fills Nonce,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ACTIONTO oftorney -. EIGHTH JUDICIAL ,CIRCUIT .
CHAIRMAN his wife, and oe: .. .SCHWARTZWALDER.Deceased 'of Admlnl.lorJuly EIGHTH JUDICIAL or. set" ,forth
Itchg7/14 FLEET FINANCE INC.. Lot 9 of an unrecorded 14,. 1983. ,4'; ';' .'- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR : LILLIAN SALANO' below. OF FLORIDA IN
Edna
MACE cIa FOR BRADFORD
formerly known as subdivision of lands In I .CLARA BELLI BRADLEY BRADFORD COUNTY. All Interested persons AND
Route I: Bait
SOUTHERN DISCOUNT the SEV. of the NWV4 of NOTICE ,A*PersonalRepresentative .. FLORIDA Goodrum. I are required to file with COUNTY
NOTICE 'COMPANY Section 10. Township 7: OF ADMINISTRATION, af theA.'Estot.of PROBATE DIVISION 63. Highway 81 North this court. WITHIN THREE CIVIL ACTION

'I Delendonts. .South Rang. 22 ,East I'' CASE NO. 83-39-CP Bowl.. Texas 76230. MONTHS OF THE FIRST COM No. 83-238
.
IRADFOIIDHOSPITAL, known as "Tomwood TO ALL PERSONS HAVING '. (JAMMM.. ((13490)INRETheEstotoof ) YOU ARE HEREBY PUBLICATION OF THIS In re: ,The Marriage of

INC. (C. O-Steen) has NOTICE and as shown on a map CLAIMS 'OR 'SCHWARTZWALDER..Daeaasod. NOTIFIED that an of action NOTICE: ((1). all clolm.agaln.t JOHN D. CAMPBELL
for
made application to the OF SUIT; of salcilonds. by M.G. DEMANDS AGAINST THE .. dissolution' and other .marriage relief the estate and Husband and JOAN

Ita..... Zoning and Plonn-, Tf McMillan Surveyor ASOVE ESTATE AND ALL ATTCHINf.'h.. I JAMES HUSTON > has been filed against ((2)) any objection by an MARIE CAMPBELL. Wife.
Board forreclotslflcatlon TO Leon Swaat and dated July 27. 1977 and OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED FORPSRSONAl'Ste.REPRESENTATIVE ,. McCLANE. Interested person to NOTICE Of SUIT
lag. In the abovestyledcourt
of th.property Narma.J. ,'' Sw.ot.R.ald.llc..1 recorded In' O.R. Book, I IN THE ESTATE : : .' Deceased. you and whom notice was mailed NO PROPERTY
are required -
described are ISo, Page 310. of the YOU ARE ,HEREBY Myron C Frevatt,)Jr, to serve you o of that challenges the TO: Joan Maria" Camp
8-2 unknown. ,' public records of Bradford NOTIFIED that ,the ad- P.O. Drawer 790( NOTICE copy If validity' of the will the bell.f4 Walnut Avenue
below from R1A.fa YOU ARE 'HERESYNOTIFIED County .Florida," 'mlnlstrotlan' of "the'estate Keystone* 4 I4eIghtsy. F| OF:ADMINISTRATIONThe 'your written defenses. qualifications. of the Personal Elmlra, New York
Hasplfal), to It JAMES L.
on
2943 '
Parcel ,
.( ( that .., action .!paid Lot S being more of JAMES M. 32656 ", any.TOMLINSON' ESQUIRE Representative.venue 14901. YOU ARE HEREBYNOTIFIED
parcel. 2941-A-00100, Parcel 'ta foreclose. a mortgage) particularly! described, as. SCHWART2WAIDER.deceased. ((904))473-4993 ""i"r.' administration of Post Office Drawer 40, or jurisdiction of. that an action
(lots, 1&1))* 'en the following property follows! File Number 7maiehcj72tIN : the Cstata of JAMES the court.
dI..utlooof
Starke Florida 33O9I for marriage'
294I-A-00600 (Lots 67). C Bradford County' 'the' Intersection 83-37-CP ((1-2249)) Is pending HUSTON McCLANE, OBJECTIONS '
In Commence at ALL CLAIMS AND .
CIRtIHT .
i and III. the with, : has been filed
A-0030O In the THE COURT Dacaasad. File No, original.
parcel 21 1, Florida .tawltt.Commence of the. Westerly Circuit Court NOT SO FILED
(lots 3,48.3)) '( '_ '. at !the NE right of way line of for Bradford County, IGS4TIIJUDICIALCiACITM'PAOFOR 8339CP. Is pending In .the' Clerk court.of ma, above.styled or' WILL SI FOREVER BAR. against you and you see
Subd.t and parcel 2948at comer of me 8% of .the ,Stole Road No. 100 with Florida Probate Division the' Circuit Court tarBradford en RED. .. required ta serve e copy
before
CaUey. and Wilson. .NEVi of the SW% of Sec- tha' North line of the SEV.' tha' address ,af, .IRADFCWD' C0UNTY, County, 2 September' Publication .f this 'of"ovlttaIIU-,
and 6 South,. which Is P.O. Drawer 8,1Slofke. $. Florida. Probate Dlvl- 1983. Oth.rwlse"qlos If any ta It. an the pIoftotiff.
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Roads far Hospital, Han 1. Township of the NW/4 and run shall' ba Notice has begun an 7th
related health care ....' .Rnnga 21 East for .tie E", along said. .,, Florida, 32091 rRORATttvON: lion, ,the address of entered| gement for of July. 1953.Attornsy attorney' whose
.theN. "'TIM personal CASE NO aB.St.CP 'which is Bradford County against you name and address Is. ,
vice and facilities. Section ,P.O.5. Run W.along Westerly right of way represerc demanded for PersonalS 1 .
the relief 1.-
25.. Township, 6 ., line of .said E* a I lIne 31.63 feet ta an Iron' tatlvo eti,the' estate .Is";. ( I. I Courthouse. Post Office th. epr esen tatlvei DUDLEY P. HARDY, '.A..
0'feet, CLARA BELLE! BRADLEY,' Drawer U. Stone Petition. P.O. Drawer 1030.
33 EastThis .' distance ;of pipe al'tha 'Northsosrcorner ista4eg7fr' WITNESS hand and TOMLINSON a BROWN
South Pangs ittcIss.iticotIon < thence run S. a dl._.' of lot I,_of "T..... 'whose address Is Route 3'Sot' IN RE: The Florida 32091. The seal of sold my court the '.A., Port Office Drawer Starka.; Fl,; 3201 (9O4))
change on
'at 410 feet, thence run \wood" thence run N. :'; '70S.; Keys .n/ ',. 1Ch.ARENCEMOOR .names and addresses of 1983. : 40, Slerhe.. Florida ....5701. Attorney for
I* subject.to W. a distance of t36.... 894r4," W .along the, 'Heights. Fl"32656. 'i't. Deceased. 'It m. Personal Repressrv 12 day GILBERT of July.S. BROWN .3201 Telephone' .'...tl/Hua........ and

'.,. \ a public hearing ta bat t feet. thence. run1 I.' a' North line of said lot 1 a' name and address of the. 'tatty and the PersonalRIpr.i.ntative's Clerk. Circuit Court :904/964-8372. file/ the original with ma
held art Thursday, July" 25S feet,' of parsana I-, NOTKf4: .,/ attorney .
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rof distance 416.93 foot ta
distance ir '.' BY Bauloh/ Moody Representative 'clerk. of .me above styled
25. 1983 at 7:30 P.M., in durance representative's". Of ADMINISTRATION 'ore. sep "forth1b&ow"
thence run I. a lost Iron pipe at the' NW Clerk7I4utchgS04. ROBERTA --'on Or before .Iuf\r
the Council Room In the of 146.71 feet.,,thencerun 'corner of sold Lot I and torney '." ,., ,set, :.larthibelow. "/l tWi-.: Deputy CARTER Rauta ,./ toil 29. ,*.,. otherwise. a .
Starka City Hall on N. a distance of. 655 tha centerline,' of si, 'Theadmlnle. Thompson S'r..', feet ta .the P.05., "60-foot easement. All persons' having ,the Estate at CU&MKC'' ,' :are required to file with NOTICEOF 33091. judgement may far .
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..Florida" At, this ; claims ar ''demand ,MOOR; Oeceimm File this Court WITHIN THKEE TOIIIII_.. agaInst you '
,. Starka. hoe faeert filed against,, I thence run S.OfWST"E INTENTIONTO 5$.Iames L. demanded. V
the slate No. 8J..S2.CP.: Is peasNnaInitna ,MONTHS OP THE FIRST the relief In
a1 time all 'person Interested -, you and you are required ,along said centerllno against are REGISTER 7/Ol2tchglIl4, .
required WITHIN THREE Circuit .Curt fof, PUBLICATION OF THIS ,ttiecomplain$: an pcI.lion. h
shall be heard to serve a copy of your 43800 feet ta an Iron FICTITIOUS: NAME _5.' ,. '
for or against. .... proposal ,written defenses, It any' pipe at the NW corner of MONTHS' FROM THE Bradford .Couto'w.I 'NOTICE:"'(1) 'all.claims : ,I
specified. i In the to It, on.the Plaintiffs attorney lot 9 of sold "Tomwood" DATE OF THE FIRST I Florida Probate IBM* against the estate and 'Pursuant to iectlons NOTICE WITNESS my hoed and
Zoning Code of the City whose name and' and the POS: thence continue PUBLICATION OF THIS sion4 the'. oddi'of I : ((2) any objection| by an 865 Florida' Statutes, the seal of sold. Court on
address tos S. 09*fS7"El. ,NOTICbrtc file with the' which Is SredtoJiunIy.CdlrthaVea"P91f: Interested person ta 09. ."hereby ,J28.. 1M3.
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Walter Westcotr, Harry M, Mobbs P.A.' 109.54 feet ;,to. ,on iron. clerk. el the ......... court ,' WMceiDrawer whom notice was mailed. N that the undersigned, given that on Monday 'Gtl.IEIiT.. SHOWN
,a wrl.'t..ont.'of' ''Sb' 'Sfarfce., hot challenges the As Clerk. of sold Court
Chairman 72S "I. .KennedyBoulevard pipe: thence run$954T4Vt S> 'JOHNNY 'BRIFR. soleowner July 11,1'83. at 10-00
E. 906 68 feet any claim or demand FlorId. 3JO.ift\>...i. i validity of the will. thoquallflca" By Maude McRea
I businessundet' .o'clock A.M. the widen
Stark Zoning .. S3602 they may hoote. lor.h rwnesendliillMBSi4 -of the' Per.sonal .'' doing :
Board Tampa, Florida to'.on Iron pipe on the thafirm name ofJOHNNY'S signed'. GATOR As Deputy clerk
Planning claim must ba In 'tha Personal f jBjyi t .(
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and tila me> .original W..t.'lgh. of way \ PRODUCE FREIGHTWAVS. INC will 6f3041chg7/21 '
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School Board Meeting Room to begin .., .

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sessions have been held to clarify the 'i '
proposals made by the teacher union .r +
and the school board. The clarification + 2
process was nearly completed at :
the last meeting on July II. The two %
sides went over the last few articles of
the contract, explaining what they ,
meant when they made their proposals
pertaining to those articles.At .

the meeting tonight they will
discuss the calendar for the upcoming 1 M1m

w school year and finish the clarifica-
J tion process When the clarification '
rrwaf process Is finished, they will begin the

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The contract currently in effect Is a
three-year contract that must now be
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contract may be a three-year con-
f | mi ". tract, or may be only a one-year contract

O Superintendent Tom Casey t
says he is not sure another threeyearcontract ... Il
Is desireable. School Board:..
BEA... director for collective J
Collective Jack bargaining Carbone, for the Florida' L-R) Director for !
Labor Relations Service; Inc., and
Bargaining for the Florida Education Education Association United In Lucille Payne, director of curriculum Sitting proudly on top of the Greater Free Will Baptist project started In January.
Association United Jack Carbone Tallahassee, will represent BEA as and Instruction for the''Bradford Church on the corner of Ash and Chestnut Streets In the George Holiday 4 Son waa Installer Pioneer Electric-
aad Bradford Education Association chief negotiator at the bargaining sessions County school system are two of the Reno section of Starke Is this new 30-foot high steeple, did the electrical work and Installed the chimes, i
(BEA) President Julie Miller dlscuBi and Anthony Versis of the School Board bargaining team with chlm.... Rev Jackson Williams hi pastor of the church. James!
tile rationale behind the BEA contract Forbes Labor Relations Service, Inc., membera. Another bargaining ses- The 200 members of the church raised$2,500 to pay for Prince, who started the church 35 years ago along wit%! : I
i proposals with the School Board will represent the School Board as sion will be held tonight at 5 p.m. the new steeple, the first one the church has had, in aI Solomon W. Newman who died In 1961, Is senior deacon:
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one bid at 45 percent higher That Is what is required by the state reluctant to go with.the firm another it lookalikewe'U go self-insured,
said Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.
than present health insurance led Insurance Commission if a county year. .
self-insured according to Clerk Roberto said that no matter which after the one bid was opened. Thursday,
Bradford county commissioners to goes ,
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talk about becoming self-insured Gib Brown. company the county goes with, it o
Monday, July 11. Only. other choice is to rebid, probably would be advisable to stay with that whether" they write health insuranceor Saturday ." ,.. en r.
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Clerk Gib Brown changed'the with specifications the Insurance firm for several years, barring a not, CPA Farnsworth reiterated.
specifications to not require 100 percent companies are more drastic increase in rates. Insurance Commissioners broached going
participation by the 86 county agreeable to.Insurance. companies like to have two or three self-Insured with the City of Starke
employees, and asked bids of all major companies want all years experience on which to base and/or the Bradford School Board. .-
in to take the Roberts said and bidding Roberts explained the school board is '
insurance companies. Only Blue employees a group rates, 7
Cross Blue Shield responded with an coverage to spread the loss around, every year prevents that. going into a group Insurance deal with
offer of $240.78 month for $100 says Agent George Roberts. Younger Rising medical costs have made several other counties and advised '
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deductible family coverage or $227.72 employees areh less apt to need the health insurance a no-profit businessfor going in with the city because of the -Siiri0jffiWl! : t4 t- ,31y.t

per month for $300 deductible family coverage, tend not to take it unless Insurance companies, said in responsibilities. of the
coverage. they have 'to, Roberta said, while Roberts. CPA Pat Farnsworth said ,two groups

; Life Investors, the current carrier older employees or those with insurance companies simply don't State Farm Wins
of.the county employees health insurance families need and take the coverage care whether or not they write health *
through George Roberta Insurance but are more apt to use it. Insurance nowadays. Building Contents Policy tt.r
offered to extend the policy Current rates by Life Investors is State Farm Fire and Casualty Co.,
until Oct. 1 at the current price, a Thecounty employees had few $43.91 for single coverage and $112.93for represented by local agent Merritt
$158.84 package.. Commissionersopted losses so far the current fiscal year. family coverage, or a $156.94 per Williams bid $1,554 on fire and $
for the extension and plan to do Roberts said the county probably month package and a deductible casualty insurance on county 1
something, perhaps self-insured. could get by with Life Investors at a $250. buildings and contents, low by $570. 1 1TO
moderate rate Increase for another Blue Cross, Blue Shield bid $63.50. George Roberta Insurance Co. bid

Talk; was to go self-insured but year.Commissioners. for Individual and $174.26 for $100 $2,124 on the $100 deductible policy. .
carry an insurance policy for extra- have heard deductible coverage, and $62.08 for In- "He's giving. an excellent bid,-I'll
large losses, and name an Insurance criticism of Life Investors from coun- dividual and $165.64 for $300 deductible r tell you that, Roberts told county '
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: Monday July 11, by Clerk Gib Brown. WAS 18.88 90.1e ie
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines was. the existence of a county zoning.or taPWERE 7h T"irWEREeS 12
Another borrow pit site will be Skinner said DOT will find an alter FAN MEN'S JEANS
asked to write a letter to Walt Skin- dinance prohibiting borrow pita in DELTA TOWELS LIGHTERS f S-SPEBP
chosen, the State Department of residential areas. ('" nate site, and that DOT does not wishto Jumbo roe of 128 oneDtooouble Honiara Safety arts,whUper 100H motion dcnkn 4plyatMele.8on.ab. '
office of .
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Transportation has written the Bradford In his read to the commission adversely affect the area.Fagan's MthadluMaDle.deoulMopar.tlon.com.. .
County Commission, regarding a DOT in Lake City, Informing DOT of reply, i"'. .Stock-up DcndableKem*. pMle p r1allitC detail hieg* 21.10R

potential site to which residents objected sue.t.tta.a i
on C-21B at Silver Lake. near
Keystone Heights. Land Development
Opposition to the potential borrow Brooker Meeting Set
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voiced to the Commission at ,r
its pit June was 6 meeting. The regular meeting of the Brooker Clay Dirt, Sand and'Bulldozing
Commissioners joined architectDon City Council was rescheduled for July '
Morgan in opposition to the proposed 19 at 7:30: p.m. in the Brooker City 1.
borrow pit. Hall, after ailing to get a quorum on Back-Hoe Work ,

A crew for the State Department July 12.The .
survey of Transportation declined to Brooker Fish Fry was Road :Grader Work' '
admit to Morgan what they were doing rescheduled for July 23, as was the 988 """" O94 wttra$ WERE4.90 Q

in the area, but architect Morgan, Clean-up Day. Keystone Heights Florida WERE UP TO 10.15 4$WERE 4.04 OVr2M WERE 3.84 *H"WERE/ L i
For further' Information contactthe
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who has a farm in the area across the SWIMSUITS MEN-SSHIKTS, SWIM TRUNKS MIN'S CUTOITSAt ,
Clerk Linda Robinson the
road from Silver Lake, said he got the at 473.2014 473-2149 ladIM'eMmautt TOO*cotton knnw My/ooNon etaflCotton denim .
information from Tallahassee. Area Brooker; City Hall. Phone: naucma On and tweeopen placket,con. clad wMu,boxer bayed bottom,Jaaft,S
resident opposed having a borrow pit ptw yM.a.M, L. treat odors.S-XL. style.MM. feXi. etyt.2..0.ty,

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: Kingsley Lake's Clayton Strickland isn't .about, to let a disabling injury stand in his way :at 78

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ff>. -' By Marcia: Goodge BCT Staff Writer

f ..; There are heroes all around us, people who face and overcome difficult odds
people to whom those odds seem ordinary and not worth commenting on, people
who live their lives in quiet courage. ,
: : We've all seen them probably know them well and may even be one of them
ourselves. They are the student who works his way through college the laborer
: who made the long climb to the top or the father who supports his !family.
To recount each story would take volumes but one such man is 78yearoldClayton
Strickland Sr., of Kingsley Lake. .
Strickland lost his right arm in 1939 in an automobile accident. ". .was
soliciting dry cleaning for laundries in Starke and Gainesville when a Semmole
fertilizer truck out Jacksonville sideswiped my automobile and took it (the
: arm)." said Strickland.
c-i. -i After so sudden and traumatic an occurance as losing anjarm: most people
I : ; would certainly be depressed and would probably have at least changed their
lifestyle.. was in the hospital for seven and one-half days.After I lost my arm I
jI f >LLtr went back to picking up dry cleaning."
a Anyone who has tried to write with their left hand may have some idea of what
Strickland went through. "Clayton had trouble tying his shoe laces at first I usedto
tie them for him but he ties them himself now,' said Myra Lee Strickland'swife.

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"There's hardly nothing can't do now that could do before," said Strickland
.'.' t t -" "I told my wife that couldn't roll a wheel barrow anymore then one day I came
usr down the hill rolling wheel barrow. I put a rope around my shoulder and used it
A F p :yr'ni to support the other handle."
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tip he ssld.
: Strickland's handicap hardly even slowed him down After he left the cleaners,
: he worked for 17 months for Larry's Painting Co. and then went on to become a

,e4' ,,, "', Q.y, .,yd' r !A" security guard on the gate at Camp Standing. "I worked at Standing for 19 long
years, he said. .
Even when he left Camp Blending he didn't stop working. He mows and cleans
yards for people around the lake, builds docks and cuts firewood. "I've never
seen anything like the way he drives a nail," said one neighbor. "I take a chain
9 ((1 '" saw out in the woods and take down a tree and cut it up for (firewood" said
Strickland.
"He's up a 5 a.m. every morning," said Mrs. Strickland, "I refuse to get up
that early but hear him stirring around." Strickland likes the early morning at
the lake, "I get up early, drink my coffee and read the papev;" he said "I mowed
three lawns yesterday." .
tom ,. {r'ty! Strickland likes to do his mowing early in the morning so he won't have such
Fi ry ryk" 4 rc hot work to do in the afternoons. "I go to bed early and get up early. I'm always
'AfA t'li'Eyp ready to go to work at 7 or 7:30," he said.
a'!re3y a Strickland and his wife have been married for 53 years "That's a long time to
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e! 1't"'rr ,' stay with one woman"' he said. They raised eight children, four girls and four
boys. Sandra and her husband own and operate Norman's Produce on 301
tPi Linda's husband Is an athletic: director in Middleburg-Fla. and Jackie andPhyllis
married twins and live in Jacksonville. Sonnet works with the prison
1 system in Gainesville, Townsend followed In his father a footsteps as a security
guard at Camp Blanding, Andy works with the Florida Money System and Woody
Is a principal Middleburg.
II'ryt "We had eight and we still have eight We're very lucky" said Strickland. .
i + The Stricklands' children grew up at Kingsley Lake and so did Strickland
+ himself. His family has been in the area through generations. "I'm living within
800 feet of where was born and within 400 feet of where my father was born" he
:said.
-. Kingsley Lake has changed a lot since he was young, said Strickland. "Iremember
... when there were only four docks on This lake: Qne time was going to'
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"I'Wi"s"- ..' ,,"' 'Mx .t '.....,, ::::. r4J count the docks, but I haven't taken the tlm.'There are a number of them.'''
......ytoa etrl kUlH. el t\11I1:. ...k..If/II.-h..rlgh..rm. in 1939 and has Myra Lee; VI! used to tie them for him but be tie* them himself now." He and his family lived on the lake in their boathouse before they built their
+..:: : discovered that there U' very little that be can't do. He mows'and clean up "I figure that when I can catch a but-headed cow by the horns. I can do It all, house. "This house doesn't look it, but it's 21 years old" he said, "I hired one
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+ .'?.. Smd/.ed-Edua.N.n AeeocIsHen end she srwdferd County School.l Po.rdt will hold Strawberry Swinger.. a local quoredanclng club, dance very for the University at Florida'* Theatre. Department has announced 'Its 12th Annual
( f! session today at S p.mi: at the School.Board Office on N. Temple. ,Thursday" beginning at 8 p.m. at the Starke. Moonl Loci!,. at Weal Call and Orange"Street Summer Repertory for 1963 beginning with a performance of the 'long running Broadway
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.,'' Sterfce City CatmMMloM will meet an July 1T ot T p.m In the cammlnlon.meeting > Seewin" vTbeetre Summer.. 'fmnteal continuing oftsr,"Plppl" with Tennemee Wllllam'e"Sweet Bird of Youth",
'' $.glns lurnmer .. :Ths Flagler' College Repertory and conclude with the hit musical
*'""""at !=ltytII., ? .-, ;; ", 'r' Group House across the lreet lanforo Wllon'' "Rimer of Eldritch" "Working"t t,1
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r <"?''StreeVafd** County Zoning "'rd.'III'; \meet'r ere%July 241'ot'f30.: from me downtown plaia/ In St. Augu tlne beginning at 0 p.m. tic...... are SI 3 and can be purchase at the N.P.Constoni Theater box of-

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\ Swept, PP ox \ 4S. St/Augu.tlnei; Florldo.'WWS: or1 toll (W4) 47M965. Gains' .vlll.Community FtoyKoote. at 2 and 4 ,....,Tickets. are|2 for. .adults. and S1 for '
I ; < .> v ''- "" V-V' The genera).rnflnooer lor the play' IhM yeor l/sMr., ,Tory VVol.h.' children. Call 1wW5-2T28 fo, further IrrlannatloriJ: -

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! n ''the .t on .fdwdrd'i Rood In. ,Sterh. at .7 .p.m., (k fiim ml....* t' *" lake IvKer Boy Ulenem .Iu.....*' ...fI..1 will be..held. Friday,.Met 37-24. Inter.
, ,;. 'wive" H*" tonight>' U 't'f"\l)'ot, \ I Jr 'po* | '," '" I ( : 'Wayron J.nnb.g.J..st l Colter, end Jerry.... Wlfl l be In concert this Saludoyo.July-. : talnment: Chubby W..*.. J...... J....and the Virginia BoyvJThe Cross family.The Dlx-
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, f7 nTot me Woman'* dub otrf In Stork on Monday nlvtl.at fcM p.nvmd Thoir*;; ".'" ; t 'i' "t > ,:: .Saturday from noon to midnight.Sunday hem.1' ...... to 4 p.m.. Tick..: 3-doy. SI*. ;
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I Friday night has been returned The inmate wad stabbed in the ab- which Trawick was found sentenced guilty to arrived at' FSP'April 12
to the Reception and Medical Center domen and in the right arm with a first degree murder' and include 1983, he ,was sentenced: to death lorfint
where his condition Is Improving, ac- homemade shank-a knife tied to the death. Additional\ charges, degree murder in Orange Coun
attempted
cording to Superintendent Richard, 'end of a broomstick. robbery attempted robbery arrived at ty. Medina was one of the Marcel boat
Dugger Inmate Gary Henry Trawick, 25, first degree murder.He received lift people from Cuba in 1979 According .
sentenced to death In 1878 in Dade FSP May 15, 19'19. Trawick -
Louis Pedro Medina was stabbed) to prison records.
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three times with homemade speai'fashioned County for a December 1978 murderis flv vw r tar wslon of a WfM n n "
from a broomstick while an being held in isolation as a suspect '
officer was escorting him to a showerat .in the stabbing. -Ee-NZ I'
about 8 p.m. Another Death Row inmate Trawick 'and three younger ac-
was accused of thrusting the'\, complices went on a Bhottlng-robbery air mall service for Clvllll"l :
r spear through the bars of his cell i lntoryq: spree in Miami In 197*. They killed The mall first'In the regular United!_ State Started II,!' 1018, '.


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A Solemn Affair.... V- s o 72t'

Col. Cm Cooulei retiring after seven years .a commander of Camp : '
Standing and 31 year In the military service. receives recognition from tt r
MaJ. General Robert Ensslln. Jr.. adjutant general of the Florida National, 4

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Forecasts Big Future 'Your Choice...Floor, s

". Oscillating Sprinkler, ;2;2 ,. Bath: Grill:: Scrubs ':

For Camp Blanding"Camp J. 2.69 .
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9,99 .588' ., )I.E. ,
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Blanding stands on the spring up throughout the state and 'VALUE ; ;

threshold of unparalleled" growth. All other those states units as will well train aa at those Blanding.from sa.rtliu/ "":,! Y." 'TM .................---. ...................'
systems are on go. These were the S portion Wotar / ....brioIIoI.--..: ,
words of Col. Augustin (Gus) Gon- General Ensslin is the Numero Uno'1 ::_fcigawl high Import Cycotoc: *.hayiln. ., >; ;.Comfort> Breeze36Inch ., I .*oi.i.bo*and........>p lor..nbbe.t.
zalez as he took leave of the huge postin (Number One) salesman for Blan- -O. Hi; '\. ,. "
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ding: ; : ;
retirement ceremonies on a sun-
baked parade ground Saturday after- Col. Gonzalez began his military 'Ceiling Fan ,
noon. career 40 years ago as a private in the .... : .
Brass glistened from insignia and Enlisted Reserve Corps and retires as
the eighth senior officer of the Florida 5.96111Gallon
SAVE
medals on all sides as highranking officers 150.00 VALUE ,
in the Florida National Guard Air National Guard. During his four
gathered to pay tribute to the man' decades of service oil had
who is credited with bringing Camp assignments in artillery infantry, '
Blanding out of the "doldrums" he signal ahd air defense at the bat
found it in when taking over as post talion, group division and post level.
commander in October 1977. He described the last SVfc years at 813 i
,"the most of : C
rewarding
Gonzalez soon embark on a Blanding as 9"
he set to upgrade Blanding to a Cass my career" ",calling the. post his,i "first ., #eaiCc

"A" Training Facility In 38 months.He love : :.,-,,,, n,jar, ,js y
*the awdrrjs andTne<
Is proudthat be and "the Camp.' among laWfJJpresented'to .; 5) NMI' '
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Blanding Family": reached,the:goal ,> CoL'::pdnzalet1 el' : '
this year only 'one. ,month behind' retirement 'cereTOmvi.werevTbeEMeritorious ;: ,.. Ian !
Service Medal and. The
schedule.Major General Robert F. Ensslin,, Florida Cross.In ; ''' ...Youdhoice of White Brown '
Gonzalez Powerloclc. ,
his remarks .tj i
Jr., the Adjutant General of Florida parting 30-Ft. ..ur
commended the retiring Post Com thanked General Ensslin' "for the Noiseless comfort and year-round savings.. to 40% 'on I
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He
mander for his "complete great compliment he has paid me. .up
dedication"'and "willingness to takeon has replaced me with two damn good NOW 88. summer cooling..reverses in winter to save on heat 1395'
men Sir it I had known I was that 1 O 7,99
that others shied from.
He jobs said "Progress at Blanding away was good, I would have" ,asked' for more ONLYI : e Beautiful die-cost: metal housing..solid wood, blade VALUE
shared by Gus." money." : I 10 2-Speed ;reversible motor with permanently lubricated ballbearing..for '
Gonzalez said (Quit "Blanding' can The -"two ,good' men"" replacing ._..,............". ._Io >>fL......."' ex' 't 'd e d'u' .. '
look forward to increased utilization Gonzalez are; > ..V.lofaOuerd.bladtil.-. _... : .No mftmi OOd......_.....tta.....*.."tmvt
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Rlnaman that
which will mean additional construction Col. James C.: Cad nlwn .
more jobs more and better Jacksonville-who became Post Com- t, -
recreation facilities new officer and mander effective July 11. J41 IlB
NCO clubs a larger commissary and Lt. Col. Karl J..Swmdull, who will I ,
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Executive Officer of the SAVE'2
become ti
: a Class VI store. We might even grow 3796 .
enough to have a full-time barber" Training Site effective July17. Col. SAVE
he added with a grin. ,Swindull 'who _was Supply
"This will happen! Gonzalez: Maintenance, Officer with Florida
forecast. "Under the dynamic leadership Military Department headquarters at, STOPS. rs1LIcoNEI
of General Ensslin, the Florida St. Augustine will reside at Blanding.Col. .
Guard both ,Army and Air, will ., and Mrs. Gonzalez will make >. IBMSO
undergo the most dramatic expansionof their retirement home in Tampa CORROSIOJ'SQUEAKS
its entire history. New units will their former residence. '
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i The third annual plant show at need for a tooling system. when they' leave LCI, Using on the
Lawtey Correctional Institution last back the area they have worked in as
3sa According to David Newsom. of the
., Saturday was a .success, the at- part program.
i Education Supervisor, they all questioned
tendence was approximately 600 Besides several elaborate land-
which is double the attendance for the theory at first but by using arrangements conceived and
labor from the training classes and create
by tnmrtes: the program'sclassroom
1982.The glass obtained from state property
entrance to Lei is attractively surplus the building was completed In greenhouses, propaga-
landscaped which adds to the actual mo. Mr. Wainwright was right In the tion, potting and garden area
plant show area. Vistors were invitedto end, the sides can be and are raised in 'Is; played approximately 5,000 plantsfor
I l r%, I n qt stroll 8 shady area where large summer, the visitor's enjoyment
rt is bJ,, fit, plants were on display. A new 'casUe'disp'lays Upon leaving the greenhouses, foot
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( plants with a water mist and The is Inmates currently in the program bridges crossing a small stream add
are encouraged to use their imagination to the outdoor selling. Many exotic
trailing plants creating a quiet effect.
::1 in their projects and many plants and the more familiar' ones
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The tour then lakes visitors throughtwo Interesting exhibits are displayed. abound throughout.A .
; green houses. The inmates spend 714 hours a day fish pond complete with water fall
Th. "_' Teen hoimp was built in' working with the plants and the area, is surrounded by lush banana plantsin
1v according to Vocational Horticulture white sand with more tropical
,. 1DY8 and soon filled as the new program Instructor Hilton Coleman. foliage to complete the setting.
4 grew. A second green house Visitors were treated to
; ; ) h .. was requested and Superintendent<< They gain experience which ls refreshments and a' plant of their
; vY E F James Wainwright suggested a house beneficial In obtaining a job when, choice before they left LCI. Most of
with sides which could be raised in the they are released. Each Inmate the visitors said they enjoyed the
summer which would eliminate the receives a certificate in horticulture show and planned to return next year.
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I .Vartgated Inch plant and wandering, dew cover this simulated wishing wIn that Education Supervisor David It's the scale model of a solar energy"home designed by County Fair competition.LWCI .
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Inmates.and.which
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d i David News admires) a' century plant. Back otq'ewsome'ilreIjanana '$herl Morgan'"poses with 'aa'aurac lv. display)' of annual grown In concrete' blocks.ween. Coles The silver are In colored the foreground.plants are In Dusty cans Miller.on top Moss of the roves wall are are mixed Bromeliads.In iietr -

'i J \it,tree.Caladiums surround the pine tree at right. At bottom" of photo. are. small
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Navy extend congratulations
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c'Bonnie R. Milam, James S. Boyette. GtntralAdirtMtonATKINSON'S ,
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R. ganders and Mike L. Carroll. : j ,
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/: Head Start for the surprise luncheon :Home : H3dlh' Care: ;'I 1
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('$given in honor of my retirement and ,. 1'. ( f t. ''i'
for the wonderful gift. And a special 130-A''Wtist Call Street .' Starltiaklordal $ :
Fannie Rlggins whd', :
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friend and ,co' 1 I
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4 Family heartfelt, Out thanks nursing.to staff the and FramptoaJ Rescue i i Hospital. ...4..$' : 'WMtIcMlrs. I$l- r ,I' .__ ....ioaiencsuo./to.""", ; .,'.
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Ii., .R:;'','and ach husband.and every May one God's of .love be :with.' Bid M v di care r & 'Sup, {.rmrri. rfauttfte G&. ," ,.: ,.:I' .: .:) : ,, : 1 75.25540r 475.2657 :,, h

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how to Inspect and repair missile Pvt. Lisa Gilbert Bradford High School'V! ,', ', : "j credits toward associate degree M Island Marine SC.Duri'ing Corps. Recruit' Depot- .Parris' ,
systems. and earned credits toward applied science through the Com- .
an associate degree In applied science Completes TrainingAt 'So'r'; :i'\: l munity College of the Air Force. the 11-week training cycle-
through the Community College of the Fort Dix Local Resident's r Lutz Is scheduled to serve at Pope Pvt. Martin learned the basics of battlefield
Air Force. Graduate Security Court. Air Force Base, N.C. survival. He was Introduced,
Pvt. Lisa L. Gilbert, daughter of // '' Airman Lutz .Is a 1982 graduate of to the typical I daily routine that he will
Combass will at Little experience during his enlistment and
now serve Shirley M. and Robert S. Gilbert of Airman 1st Class Salem High School.
Wesley B. Lute,
Rock Air Force Base, Ark., with the studied the personal and professional
374th Strategic Missile Squadron. AIr- Starke has completed basic trainingat .son of Melvin H. Lull of Salem, Va. standards traditionally exhibited by:!
Combass Is married Fort Dix, N.J. and Helen M. Mills. of Keystone <
man to the Mirlnes.
former Deborah Thorpe, daughter of During the' training, studentsreceived Heights. has graduated from the U.S. Pvt Charles Martin Pvt.'Martin participated In an aCtive -
Instruction in drill and
'K. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Thorpe of ceremonies, 'Air Force security police specialist Completes Recruit Training physical conditioning program'
reading
Starke. weapons map 'course at Lackland Air Force,Texas, and gained proficiency in a variety of
tactics, military
Airman Combass .Is a 1980 graduate Justice, first military air, courtesy and Army history Graduates of the course studied Marine Pvt. Charles E. Martin, son military skills, including first aid, rifle
of Keystone Heights Junior-Senior and traditions.Pvt. systems security operations, tactics of Gloria A. Harding of Melrose, has marksmanship and close order'
/High School. Gilbert Is a 1982 graduate of and weapons training and earned completed recruit training at the drill. r:

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Gary R. Bement Captain Ralnchecks "

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Gary Chaplain.Dement CaptainGary SelectedAs advanta'ge


R. Bement of Starke. son of .,. "I '
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Bement,'Jr., was /:
selected by the Southern Baptist
Home Mission Board to serve as a lower prices
Chaplain Captain In the U.S. Air
linois.Force at Scott Air Force Base. Il- + :';

Chaplain Bement graduated from '
New Orleans Baptist Seminary in ,;
1978. He has served as pastor in Loui- liraI
siana before coming to Florida. Be- nameAtari
ment was reassigned pastor of ,
Carole Estates Baptist Church in "
Gainesville where he served for the

past, four years.
Chaplain Bemcnt's wife, Sylvia
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Bradford SSgt. Gregory High School.Dyal I..;;. ..;;


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Staff Sgt. Gregory A. Dyal, son of : rI'lCJ1EIN1IN
Leo and vera M.Dyal of Lawtey, has 1 &
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Airman Kervie D. Combass, son of PLAYMATE
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1 Jefferson D. Doyle, Jr. and the 'First Baptist. Church of one son, Jack Ralelgh/( ;, Jacksonville Memory Gardens., : two W'hMrs; Dave Richard and Raiford, died at his home Wednesday
?Jefferson'Davis Doyle, Jir,, 77, of Starke. mother, Mrs. Donna Frank Richard, both of Lake Butler; morning, July 8, after a long illness.
Starka, died'Tuesday, July !IUn Doc- Funeral services were held Friday,' .father,. Ernie Hatcher; paternal Marlon C. Sapp two sisters Ruth Welch of Lake Born in Ft: Pierce Mr. Morrison
tor Hospital. Tucker,Ga. of a heart July 8. at 2 p.m.In DeWItt C. Jones lil'ulldmot.herj Mrs. Ethel' Hatcher; Mrs. Marlon Camilla Sapp, 93."of Butler and Mary Hines of Pompano had lived In Raiford for the past eight
attack. | Chapel with Rev. Ben I'. Bryant of- seven sisters, ,Hilda Smith,"'Virginia Lake Butler, died Saturday morning Beach; 13 grandchildren and 21 great years; was a tile setter before til
i'A tonner Starke City Couiidlman, ficiatlng Burial was in Santa Fe Rye, Betty Jean Yeager, Annie Lou July 9, In Macclenny.Born grandchildren. health forced his retirement and wasa .
Mr;.Doyle was elected to thug Starke Cemetery under pie direction of .Salyer, Helen Padgett, I.Geraldine in Marlon County, living most Funeral services were held Monday member of the Baptist faith.
City Council In September 'iW7( and Jones Funeral Home of Starke. -, Bishop; Hattie Belle Scott; three of her life In Lake Butler, Mrs Sapp July 11, at 3 p.m. In the First Survivors Include one son, Ray
served -as' Chairman from (3ctober( brothers, Bobby, Kenneth and Harold was 'a retired clerk and was a Christian Church of Lake Butler with Morrison of Fellsmere, Fl.; three
1960 until September 1902. Gloria A. Raleigh Hatcher. memberof the First Christian Church Rev. Bill Delaney officiating. Burial daighters, Gloria Hall and Judy Mor
Born In Douglas, Ga., Mil-, Doyle Mrs. Gloria Ann Raleigh Susie), Funeral services were held Mon of Lake Butler: was in Dekle Cemetery with Archer rison, both of Oxford, Ark., Diane
moved to Stance from Grain Cove 31, of Keystone Heights,died Wednesday day, July 11, at 11 a.m. In Standing Survivors include three daughters, Funeral Home of Lake Butler In Morrison of West Palm Beach; his
Springs more than 30 years 'go. He ,July 6, In an automobile! accidentIn Chapel; of Rivermead Funeral Home, Dorothy Wiggins of Jacksonville, charge of arrangements. mother Mrs. Bertha Wollen o' Lake
owned and operated Doyle I J leaners Keystone Heights Orange .Park, with Paul U,: Bates, Clara Mills of Maxville and 'Antoinette City; two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Red-
In Starke until he retired. HUt was a Survivors .Include her husband pastor of Diego Baptist Church,Ponte Norman of Columbus, Ga., 'George E. Morrison ding of Raiford and Mrs. Sue Orvls of
member of the Elks\ Club 111 Starke Jack Raleigh of Keystone Heights; Vedra, Beach, officiating Burial was one son,.Jack Sapp of Lake Butler; George Edgar Morrison, 65, of Jacksonville Beach; two brothers;
M.-.. .. Clifford Morrison of Swainsboro, Ga.
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Fla.; eight grandchildren and one
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No Ralnchecks Funeral services were held Friday,
,July 8, at 2 p.m. In the Chapel of Ar-
cher Tanner Funeral Home In Lake
Butler with! Rev. ,Roscoe Creed of
ficiating. Burial was' in Dekle
Cemetery under the direction of Archer .
Funeral Home of Lake,Butler.

t Geraldine Williams
r N Mrs Geraldine Joyce Williams, 82,
with of Hampton, died Tuesday,July 12, in
our North Florida Regional Hospital,
AM0re Gainesville Iness. following an extended il-

r ,' Born in Hampton, Mrs. Williams
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: Church.Survivors Include her' husband,
A0werprices Marvin W. Williams; her father
Nathan Hall of Hampton and several
cousins.'
Funeral services will be held at 2
__ p.m. on Thursday, July 14, in the
DeWItt C. Jones hapel with Rev.
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Santa Fe Cemetery under the direction
of Jones Funeral Home, 514 E.
Nona St., Starke. '

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t Toasted or baked cheat snacks Ode Annah Thomas Green,89,
.for all! occasions! In a reiealable, of Heilbronn Springs, died Monday
stay-fresh caR morning, July 11, in Bradford
Hospital, Inc., following a long il
lness.
Born in Bradford County, Mrs.
Green was a lifelong resident of this
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< area and attended the Primitive Baptist .

[S .69 Survivors churches.Include two daughters,
Mrs. Hazel L. Swindell and Miss EdnaL.
: '" Green, both of Starke; one son,
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J I 99 Mrs. Sadie Thomas of Worthington t.
PKGS. Springs; five grandchildren; 19 great
: grandchildren and several great-.
t Frzr Slicks Six tasty fla- Upton Tea Bam Taste ''that great grandchildren.
vors that you freeze and eat) zesty Lipton flavor) FlowA Funeral services were held at 2
great summer snackl, 12 through} design for more eco- p.m Wednesday, July 13, in the
bars per pkg. nomical 1 brewing. 1OO bags. DeWItt C. Jones Chapel with Elder
Burial
; O.M. Yarborough officiating.

i" was In Dyal Cemetery near Raiford
.6' !'\ under the direction of Jones Funeral
.Square Covered '. : ;Cast Iron -. ;' Galaxy 20" Home, 514 E. Nona St., Starke. .-"r

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Modi7 U. '7,730. Reg: '41797 "" 12" x 16"" -. Reg: '11.77'I'I' leg.: '19.91.0;". 12 Starke, following, died a Tuesday brief illness.morning, July

Born and raised in Ocllla, Ga., Mr.
.$ I $ $ Sanders moved to Florida in the late
: {5OO 7.00 : 1597 i 1940s He was employed as a linesman

? i for then Clay was Electric self-employed for several as an electri-years;

I< cian until Illness forced his retire
ment. He was also a member of the
Bethel Baptist Church of Starke and
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Survivors Include his wife, Mrs.

Charcoal BBQ Kettle .. CARTR2g.15.96 t V', '. WATER HOSE two Lorine daughters Audrey,Lee Mrs.Sanders Alice of Thorntonand Starke;

.. ):' ? .. .' ..Nylon' Reinforced Rubber Vinyl Ms Sue Sanders, both of Starke;
JBeg.! '69.97 : r: Beg, '8.96 three sisters;Mrs. Elaine Sandiford
Macon, Ga. and Mrs. Kathleen Mar-

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E Harold Horace Sanders Sanders, both of of Phoenlxvllle Starke and,

-. Penn. and two grandchildren.
1 Funeral services will be held Thursday
I No RainchecksSJ July 14,at 4 p.m. in the Chapel of
the Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke with Rev. Jim Belvins of-
ficiating. Burial will follow in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the
direction of Archie Tanner. Funeral
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summer filled with sun, fun. and

ClearanceWorking ?sr Clearance= : safety After returning from summer camp,

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poisonous snakes and plants, home
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An invaluable tool for saving livesIs Life" is a tool used for extrication of sect coupling for easy change from-
available if the City of Starke and victims in vehicle accidents and whenit the Jaws to the cutter and the hoses, '{
Bradford County can come up with is needed there Is no other tool tan be equipped to accommodateboth /'"':, "' ''4Jl
the needed$8,200, according to Starke which can take i it's( place, said cutter and Jaws 'at the same "' ,':,;
Fireman Dewayne Hardee. Hardee time. Chains and shackle come with
City and county commissionerswere The mulH.purpose tool could be used the Jaw and can be attached to the y
on hand for the demonstrationby in logging accident, can upright a Jaws unit to aid in extrication.The /'., ,("
Richard Rawls of Fire Fighters tractor or cut through a box-car or a 'jaws' weigh 72 pounds and the ." '
Equipment ,of Jacksonville last semitractor-trailer cutter weighs 40 pounds. When purchased '.1 '.
Thursday night in the field back of the The tool is hydraulic operated can a representative will train \
courthouse. Rawls is a representativeof remove doors, hoods, the top of a local individuals in the use of the tool ",
Hurst Tool Company. Pete Thorn- vehicle and can cut or pry a victim as well as the maintainence. ,
ton of Thornton's Salvage providedthe from entrapment Also on hand for the demonstrationwere
car for the demonstration and has 18,500 Ibs pushing firefighters county sheriffs .. ::
Rawls with the Hurst Tool took. it and puling power and the cutter has deputies and rescue service. All pre ..;' : ,... t
apart. 15 tons of cutting force. A gasoline sent were impressed with the tool .. ,.
engine powers the hydraulic unit.The which is the newest and largest In the I
'The tool! known 'as the "Jaws of hoses are equipped, with quick con I line, said Hardee: (
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people arrested this week' in Williams Jewelry Store was found in Jones is an escaped Inmate from j .... .".: ''. .. ", ,. .
Sarasota County have been charged the vehicle as well as articles from the Tomoka Correctional Institution:
with the burglary of a Starke Jewelry other burglaries In Sarasota County. Randall 18'also an escapee front Convertible-to-be.
store over the weekend. During the execution of search warrants Tomoka.and is wanted in Texas for : ..
An undetermined amount of on the suspects apartmentsmore escape. The Juvenile Is a runaway Richard Rawls use the cutting tool that Operates In the rescue workers ample space i:to treat a person pinned In a
Jewelry was taken from Williams of the stolen jewelry was from Volusla County, Phyllis Jones' same system ai the"Jaws of Life" to cut the top of a car car.The cutting tool can be at led to cut almost any vehicle,.
Jewelry Store in Starke during a recovered as well as other stolen property and'Charles Stevens are from the 10 that it can be rolled back. This operation allow the Including.railroad boxcar
burglary of the business sometime Additional stolen Jewelry from Venice area of Sarasota County.All .
between July 9 and July 11. Entry was Williams Jewelry Store was o(the suspects are presently in \. \111'
gained through the roof of the old recovered from a pawn shop in the custody in Sarasota County charged : ,,
Florida Bank building on Call Street. Venice area with numerous offenses there and
All alarms were cut after entry was holds have been placed on them for
made. Phyllis M. Jones 36, Charles R. ,Bradford County. '
Stevens, 18. Charles R. Jones Jr.. 39, The Investigation Into the burglaryand
Venice police officers stopped a Carl Coleman Randall 28 and a. the theft of the Jewelry I is a Joint
vehicle which displayed a stolen tag female Juvenile have been charged investigation between the Bradford
and later determined the vehicle to be with the burglary and grand theft of County Sheriff's Department and the

1 stolen also Jewelry stolen. from. the Jewelry. Starke.Police Department.
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t : NotGuiltyOf .t help of Bevard County we are continuIng tributed to the accident according to Y
the investigation." Lt. John Dempsey.
Bribery, ., ';" < .Inmate Ashley was represented by .
Union Correctional' Institution inmate Starke attorney Terry Brown.! FSP Inmate Assaults

James Ashley was found not- Correctional Officer I IA
guilty of bribery after a two-day Jury Duval Man DrownsIn
I trial in Union County' Circuit Court Lake correctional'' officer received;
July 6. Sampson minor injuries when an inmate at-
John Robert Bohannon 43, of tempted to strick him with a razor
was charged with introduc Jacksonville drowned in shallow blade at Florida State Prison July 12.
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contraband (currency), Sampson Lake west of Starke July 8. Correctional Officer'James Chapman -
bribery and unlawful compensation Bohannon who was on a campingtrip 36, was assaulted by inmate,
of assistance in getting a parole with his son, vanished soon after Alfonzte\ J. Mathis Jr. following an 1:
Judge R. A (Buzzy) Green acquitted he took his boat out to fish at7:15p.m. conference between the two Tuesday"
Ashley of the charge of introduc ,Citizens in the area Bradford County morning. As the Inmate started to
tion of contraband. Sheriff's Deputies and Officers from leave Chapman's office he was told of
Assistant State Attorney Harris .Florida Game and Fish Commission pending problems should his relation
Tobin maintained Ashley: gave$500 to l searched into the night for Bohannon.The .continue with another inmate at
Correctional Officer William Ecklerfor search wall resumed early Saturday which time Mathis started swinging
Eckler to contact the probation: ; morning bohannon's body was at the CO with a razorblade melted. into '
commission on the inmate's behalf. found at 11:10 a,m,by Wildlife Officer' a toothbrush handle. > ..
The Jury j was unaware the correctional Sgt. Jordan -. Mathis was subdued by three In-
officer has pled guilty to the' An autopsy was ordered accordingto mates who were in the area and came
charges., ,.July 11 Eckler, of Glen St. Lt. Glen Moore, who said the man to the aid of the CO according to DOC
Mary was placed on five yearspro- apparently fell overboard and drown. Information Officer David Skipper. 1
bation for his Involveme. in the Inci- The cause of Bohannon's death mayjnfiyfr.be Mathis who is serving life with a
known; mandatory 25 years for murder from
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Keystone Hto. Woman Dies In Accident...,
A Keystone Heights w..... died July 1 !. awe-ear accident on SR-21
south of Gusline Road 1st Clay County.
Glorlda Hatcher Raleigh :21. wh' *heed*G...... Road, was dead at the
scene, of the M:35: p.m. cra..k after her'IttU: Ford eolUded with a IMOldsmoblle
driven by Richard J. Claitce II, of Keystone HelghU.
According to Florida Highway Patrol Cpl. David Davis, the Raleigh vehicle
was northbound on SK-II. Dais Bald Clance.'who was approaching
southbound, said he saw the Raleigh vehicle cross the center line more than
once aad tried to evade It by creasing to the northbound laae. The two ears
collided almost' he...-_. The Raleigh vehicle came to rest on Us side on the
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Clance sufforrd only minor Injuries and was treated at the scene.





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: :.friends." Sat. July 16 Noon to 3:30 pm
"I helped him build his house," said Ray Stlcoz a friend of Strickland from' ;
,Starke ''be did a lot of hard work I was surprised at how much he could do" ..........
'. Silcox writes country songs and he wrote one In 1982 about Strickland,which hv Free. Hamburgers & Hot Dogs Come Enjoy the Fun
,. titled"A One Armed FrIend.'Strickland said of the. song."That is just about the .
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1'1, .\.nicest! 1 thing I've ever heard anyone. .say., ( : ;:1.:; Customers Wo Thank Youll '

:.nt'r,/:,*..,,The. lyrics. go.like. I this: .' : u:, FREE PRIZES to be given away on Customer Appreciation Day ,
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\ r:t'I"1'" ) i have a one armed friend at Klngsley; Lake. LAKE BUTLER
,. p.) He Is a jolly sort of a fellow. He will give and take.: :. I
'."' ."!" .;'. .Me Is a legend of the lake, in his own right.
LL ;I ;" .,t ;, But if you stir my friend up very much, he will fight. FARM f'' CENTER INC.,

". And several years ago he got him a very good, wife. :496-3921:'+- Hwy. 121 S., Lake Butler
., He likes to fish a lot on Kingsley Lake. ,Open Monday Friday 7:30-5:30: : Saturday 7.30-12: NOON,
r But he.really don.'t want to tell what he uses for bait.
Ralph Hazen & Butch Faulkner

3) I built my friend a new house a few years ago. .
And he Is really proud of that home you know. Came Sam UB Far You 5" '. ) J xE
He would work with me and do anything he can. -
It's really amazing what he can do with just one hand arbedeWire :..
;. FENCING;: NEEDS $; ,,: -
: Lord has been to friend .- '
4) The very good my you see. .2 4n1\u 0 h
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He has let him work hard and raise a nice family. 1047" Heavy Gauge SCQ75>t \ = r--.,., -
'f(_ He Is very proud of his family and they are proud of., him. Field Fente. .l. .r..1a11 DO "'"

'. "."""C.,' Jd And I aril:w v.iii 4r7; !..proud, olio tQ.jcall'?1 ,., him' my,friend.' ti J. o .:;"I,, F1P hOb :,-4 I .:.:..;,....:.$!2.jj.b, .', If:.;;.....' We Spread ''F 'itMzcr '& I Iuarued

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But he never does let it get
l' will do you a favor as fast as he can. $ oo Dolomite l CaS UPI!
c one-armed friend of mine is quite a man. iJa bNlre 2 2,
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25 CCA treated fence posts
year guarantee r
"Red Top" Cattle Panels
6%t ft.x22Yz.1.30each

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'Red Top" Hog, Panels 6% ft x 3"-3'/*" -*.'.1.70 each I KaY w

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34 x16 ea., 6% ft. x4'V5"-2.10 each "
Water Tanks WranglerJEANS

Heavy Duty (BIt:: Gates: Heavy Duly Panel" Gates t =
4 ft. -25Oea 4 '35! 4lFf-5

\; iff -;30: 10 H :37" eq 7 .95 '12 ft. '32,25 ea : :" Sleds .
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r t a PVC PIPE, 1". '6' 11.1/2"-: 11' ft. P 3/4" -,13'.ft. 'PWCPIp Vttsrtiury.SupplM' Boot Cut a

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:' .. 6ft.-$3.90 sheet lift.-$7.10 sheet
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,1 S $65.MT!! Citrus Trees '$7 7 ft.-: $4.50 sheet 12 ft.-$7.75 sheet
,Apple ,Trees r '.,. '" .j 8ft.-$5.15 sheet 14 ft.-$9.00 sheet
$ 70 '9:t.-s.so sheet 16 ft.-=flora sheet
.i&rv4$55t..Nectarines 1 ... .. . 5 .
w e e Peach,Trees '. : u. | .10ft., $6.45 sheets
14"xlO ft. Ridge Cap-$5.50 sheet

Pear Trees ',' .,:r '. . 670' .' TBZ Paste W8I'IIII1Or. Cattle
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It's FIa'Infestation\TImel: (Steer l&tner( Horse Sweet Feed Insecticide Cattle, ,
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I .Ford" Veterinarian's $ g. $ 'soo 3 0 ,
Adams 16 cz. trHwar'pray 7'" J,1oomsap' 100 ft bag *164V.10V.

'FLEA OFF Flea & Tick",Spray '13. %% PrateM.. .buts


6.00 S10.30 .We Loan Plug er. No Charge

.Strike;with Pricor: ;' 10%,-.4.,Ib.:Bag :Sevln Dust! .,. nii.1q10'"BaggedFertlliZers: '15.0.4"' WW tsar Hava

'Fteaender 'Forger Sevin: Dust 2-4-DWeedKHter. .. ,der slf pl. 5.10.15 10-10-10 Nitrate of Mi6set' .s

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'WE. HAVE ALL KINDS OF GRASS SEEDS Dolemfi.,*...r .....:..c:... <-!f suuiwtk, =14'0. 6.85100ttbao"6-8.8.40, 'ArnmwUum 700100"11" 21500 a... "' ."" s' ,c
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Ads.v--.J'.N'hY.-.v.- W.t'.V.-H.... ; ............. : ESTATE MoreClassified
Removal /
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Union \ TYPEWRITTEN. AND AD- ,
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LOOKING '0111 0': special
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DING MACHINE FOR 4.W'J
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SALE .
FOR II. Illllndlt-lustask{ wood 1
PERSONAL 494 2SVS. 1.tchg 7/14. ISO Main' Street lake ; Fire
'. JANE S, USHER, REALTOR, .
flflfiWANTED
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SERVICES WASHER $123, 1M V-l CUSTOMIZED Butler Phone 496.2261 for 4 o.2124 496.2903 evenlng I Anytime page -12.D
'40 ACM FARM Beautiful $I2S. dryer 112 information TFN IO12X40 /' .
home site. 2S acres side by side ref. $23O,.apt. DODGE VAN Loaded, will .:., MOat,. NOME Fully >. "Your Union County : .73-(732' i INTERIOR AND IXTIIIOII cleared. 35 acres In site gas stove $I2S 'consider trod.. IS ft, lyn- r furnished V bedroom' ,. 2 1l001Ior.ltchg 7/14. '.
FAINTING of homes. For woodland tobacco allotment freeiar $I2S. qu..n bed .craft. Boat, 6q hours, Will 1/11fa'CAttt\ : For Your bath,,all electric, sin miles ( ACRE Of LANDS! ON SR i S P.M. i !
more Information call cypress fish pond. $79 new king .bed $151 1 Johnson; motor, $ OO. used mobile* home. RayPowell from UCI four miles from 5793 approximately 3 'Keystone Helfihtt ,1
4962534. 494-J892, next to large hunting area. dresser, mirror nightstand 'Phon. .,96.9:52.: Id.8, 496-3377: TFN. lake' Suf ... No pels. 'miles Si 'ol state prison'near Insured .1
462.2896. 1250.00 per acre Owner $7S. double bed 75. 7/14.., j It I *' frle I'l III! 'l Adult with one child.Prrone. Ralfdrd Price ..000. 1 Licensed...t.................. .
Will 1<, . Dewlft Crews a. "'-
EXPERIENCED( MAID will finance with 20 percent coffee and .nd tables $75 HELP 496.2842. llchgINSURANCE Call .
lean for you. Ratesnegotiable. down. D.ni.on Realty frost tree r.f. $175, ". 1-781-5)73 In Jacksonville.. -
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Phone wa.h.r and dryer WAITED WANTEDREAl TFJ04 chg 7/1..
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354.4939 May tog
4963221. IIpd 7/14. 2 Inc.VIA((904)Oir) FILUl Halter .275. sofa and chair SI 25. 2 and 1/2 ACM WITH Carpet Cleaning .
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broke and gentle. I year' Bud Parrlsh Providence, WILL PAY CASHnFor Your ESTATE LICENSING In MOUSli located on E. Main and Restoration
/ old stud colt sotrel with 755.2397. Itpd 7/14. used mobile home.: Ray lake City. IRM Schools of ,MAINE INSURANCE ACENCVt $treel In lake Bailor. Call -
Subscribe Today loc.. Phone 496-2126 Powell 496'3377. TFN.I Real Estate. Phone ))60 $. .lake Av.nu., 781.0764 In Jacksonville. Most effective'way
blare
UNION COUNTY 496-2903. Jane Uiher.ItehaT'U 735-400., TFN 714CARS lake ''Bu.I.r. '.496-3978 Ideal for business proper
TIMES or Subscribe I y Complete Insurance $..r.I. 'ty. 2lpd 711421.. to clean

496-2261 vice: TFN.HOMES., I Dry clrcuter foam method

LAND STRUCKS HOMESFOR Can for FREE Demonstration

I Star k. OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE FOR SALE ,. SALE, I COOKIE 473.3857



Ads,-.-.-.-.....-.. HOUSEWIVES STUDENTS B Earn COLLEGE extra SOMETHING Prov.n breakthrough DIFFERENT In B$18,000 Breaker ACRE LOT$Rd.on.000 Selling SR-227 down facing price, $225, ''73 8$450.l FORD'PLYMOUTH Phone F-IOOiPlckup: 96ot.8134 IATIUITI..truck 7/rrl. FOR ed.C/B SALE,Appliance completely. BY OWNER, ww remodel carp.t.CH 2 BR,, IY spacious Livestock OWNERi block'Form 402! horn Large Acre,' .1111111 11111 1111; 11111 11111 IIU IliO 11111.

with home party housing. National wheel bo... ... all .. Ciy '
money low cost p.r month al 15% In..r..'. Short' 27,000 / ; .w. barns, out buildings; deep 61
and
plan. Home. Health manufacturer Is seeking Ph. 964.5606. 2/24 Ifn mil..: Good gas mileage. utilities. 2 blocks-from- welli and located on lake a
MISCELLANEOUS Beauty Care products. reps In select areas for LAKEFRONT LOT. Beautiful Cream .w/belge .coloring hospital} 'financing ,Hawaii located In'Bradford RENTALElectronic 3i'
S80O.$1.000 p.r month steel 1 framed homes and Call 964.5622 .1... 6 p.m available. 468.1323. 6/23 1:1
'lot B1W'Lak. Oenova. Co. on Hwy..100.A.Owner
potential Call Marie, complete IIn. of metal on tin HANDY MAN SPECIAlti 2
I HAVE $10.000 and deed to 782.3790.. 1tchg7/14' buildings. En.rgy.1Hcf.nt, Keystone H fghti., 100 ... '71 DATSUN ../U. Runs with addition ...financingavailable.
receivable Jeans- % lakefront, 600 ft, deep. story Duplex For further In- .
mortgage OWN YOU OWN maintenance free. 30 $690. Sears 15 cu. ft. rental Auum.loon' ,
.OOO) that $307.00 Infant- $3500 oaks.,ready to buildon. cqltoge. formation call pea
($32 pays Sportswear under conventional. Larg. freezer (yr old), $200. and .Its yours! Also
monthly Would like to Preteen, ladles Appar.l. refundable Investment required $''6.500: Cosh prefer 964.5922.7(1. 31chg 7/28 woodedlot 904-462-4201 Mon. Frl. Typewriters4500 ws
purchase ""oke place In Combination Acceisorles For complete Information red. 17866044. 7/14 Stpd 1M7 V W',Type 3. GoO con. shack on beautiful Equal Homing L.nd.r. .
Keystone or Starke. or Quality Childrens Furniture package call Mr. BEAUTIFULLY WOODED dlllon. $400. Must see to 3300. 1-904-353-7760 7/14 Dtchg 7/28 a
964.8671 alter 8 pm. 6/30 Store. National Bruc. at 00-433-5555.. HOMESITE In Clay Co. n.ar appr ciat.. 7823711. 7/14 no collect calls, leave BY OWNER Spacious 4 M. 2801h. QjeQ
!ItntREE brands: Jordach., Chic. 7/14 2tpd 7/21 Goldh.od State Park. 2tchg 7/21 message. 6/23 4tchg 7/14 ., Den carport chain per {mo. MBtsat
PUPPIES To good Vanderbllt.. ?sod. 3 BR C/B HOME on 1 /> '
Levi truck.
L. Two-5 ocr. lots, equity and 1973 PATSUM PK UP link fence, garden* area.
home. Adorable Cocker Cunne Sax, Calvin Klein. payments 4'cyl., 4-speed New paint, 'cr....920 Thomas Street, Pecans, acreage Shown -MMBMRMMM KS20csa
mixed three block, three Esprit, Zena. Ocean SubscribeCall / assume 964-8503. 7/14 behind Apartments. Call '
good. 45000.
7/21 runs by appointment.
ton. 782.3296.tfn Pacific, Brlttanla, Evan 475.2197.7114 2tchg 4tchg 8/04 473.3903. 7/07 4tpd 728KIYSTONltteIGH'fS 964-S6IO. 7/14 Jtchg 7/21 II THE OFFICE II
HALF ACRE completely
HOME Puppies 300 ONE
FREE TO GOOD Picon., Healthtex 1975 BUICK LISABRRi Small AREA 2
Various colon. Mole others. $7,900 to $24,500 Mary set-up for trailer. For location V8, A/T,Ale' Runs and BR, iVt\ BA. Carport, win- SHOP ..
and female. Desperately airfare,. trainIng and information call BOATS
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Inventory looks good 964-8503. 7/14 dow air, attic fan celling
needs home.' Found at fisturs.-grand openIng 964-6305 964.4815. 7/14 2lchg 7/21 4tchg 8/04 fan and storage garag. 110 W. Call I:.- 964-57641R1

.dump. Call 964.4413 or .rc. Mr. Ko.t chy((501). ) -I 1974 FORD PINTO. $500. Goiebo on one acre and 100 '

coir e by 1133 E. Brownlee .321.8031.lIpci7114 I ... . '473.7151. Itpd 7/14 'lake access. Owner anxious. teVt Evlnrude' PT. ClASTRONi motor Gator tilt hp rI IMOIIIIIIUllinniilllillllll.Prof.sslonal I : ; [.
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Rd. llchg 7/14 .. ... r. .. .. srs. . r r 171 FAIRMONT SQUIRE station By appointment trailer. Almost showroom

wagon.A/C; P/S.; P/B. 173.2442.7/07 2tpd 714KYTONi condition. 3400.
Stark *GrahamBrooker Runs good "2800. HOTS. AREA 9/14.8503.7/1.. 8/04
4tchg
orly morning 96/.8313.) 1 tcchg 7/14 .... Brick 3
/ t ERAFAULKNER Gainesville Sun It looking for an PONTIAC CATALINA Bradford C Extra. IS FT. FIBERGLASS Royal 1 1

I motor route carrier In the above area. 1972$700 or best offer. Fin. BR, 2 Bath office, /living Craft boss boat, 20 hp Mercury i

Good second Income $450 to $550 monthly m.chonlcal..hop.. and ch.n.. motor trailer. All In '
miles Cash depositof A/C. Electric j pea shelter/ excellent condition.
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day (70
REALTY 3-3'/s lire. per used twice, $100: Incubator gunlte swimming pool 1800. 1-904-485-163.' Lawn Service "
$200. $12.* 7823370. 32.32 metal building. I tod 7/14 t t
371-1416 764-8170 181 FORD VAN Whit.with Choln link '.nc.. Over I 14 FT.FISHING BOAT 18 hp .Complete.
964-5065 back windows. Automatic ocr. lot. Excellent condition Evlnrude with trailer. 700. Lawn M< inhn.nw I I 1 1j

.. . .. e. . .. .. . E. I ses -. ... transmission and power $94,900, 4732056.. Firm. 9645922. 7/14 3tchg j .CutTrimEdeeWeed
brakes. 5600.' 964.8750. 7/14 tin .
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Itchg 7/14 .FREE ESTIMATES ,
[g 181 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 3200 Sq. Ft.Warehouse., BRADFORD
se M4s1, Immaculate f I -
Brougham. COUNTY 475-2197
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LIMITED TIME ONLY 13000 miles, full pow.', VACUUM
REALTOR' A/M F/M ca..."., air .1,000 .... ft. office or retell; TELEGRAPH 421che'121.
tike car. $1,500 and takeover area leading dock.. 100 ft. 964-6305 SALE
payments. 9644924. off US-301 ...,rth.
221 Lafayette St.Across from Wishbone i 3 br., brick veneer. 1ft bath central H/A K..p calling.It no answer.Itchg Call 964-5294 NEW & USEDWe

OFFICE HOURS 7/14 .. Finance Our Own
and
carport utility room carpetingon -
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I Mon. Frl.* 5 Set.*-12 Noon .. a KIRBYS

your lot 4 BEDROOM HOME on 2.8 acres with 30 pecan trw.sand ROYALS

ON IIVER--I0 acres, dug eonds. Nice postures.! 300 It. molar highway frontage, $33,900. EUREKAS HOOVERS
beautiful tr_.. $31,800 '2 BEDROOM HOME and a 1 bedroom guest house In 0
CLOSE TO KINGSIEY LAKE-Nlce mobile home. 14.70| town. $22.900.: ELECTROLUX

with bullt-on. On one ecre. 1 30 ACRES $1 000 per acre. REAITOM FILTER QUEENS
SALE Oil LEASE OPTION--4 Bedroom. 2 Bath. 964-6853, PHONE 964-6853 BUILDING LOTS In Starke, $3000 each 4.to choose : SEARS

HOOKER AREA. Double-wide Mobile home. from. : : 'Ir..f,1'loo i'JANE.S"QJ.) AL "
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HANDYMAN SPECIAL isoo. Longchamp. Homes.Inc;', u w. W repair air make*

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REDUCEDCOUNTRY Ya..Unl..eo..ty.ootto. AI Young'sSince
HOME IN LAWTEV Starke" Florida 496.2126 or 496.2903

2-stery.pool,4 acres 11V4 & 13V4 AVAILABLEVA 'M2LN.ighborhood MO W.Main St..Lake Butler 1957

Assumable*44.500.00 mortgage J IF YOU QUALIFY FHA 964.6918INTlR.

Properties, Inc. GUESS WHAT 3 Miles north of
REALTORS 64-823l RATES ARE GOING DPI I' Stark on US 301
((904) Now Is the. time to buy your dream home before It

: 1. ,gets out of roach.
t// f I Butler
There are many attractive homes In the Lake

.0,4I .r ..S. ,e. .. .4..4 .. .I .1..s. .... with owners mess ....Iou. to SELL.H 'Wall
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*, Is our job to help you find .lust piece
Waldo property you .are eoeWled I 10 buy end'. .. help you Drilling
find the right .money market to barrow the. money. : r
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Gainesville 'Sun |'S'looking an . ;; '

early 'morning motor' 'route Carrier; LAKE BUTLER AREAS 2" thru 6".. t

% for the Waldo area., :Good iecond Income ;'3/2 CB home with ever .| "!'... lot town' Possible Fast 'Rota Y
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FINANCING.
OWNER
'V. y $500 monthly 3-3'/t hrs. per1day 1/2 Frame trimmed. In brick home en epp;'*. I ec', .. ,Drilling. .qui : .

(60 miles). Cash deposit of $300. ,with adal.. ecre ....1......... Just outside city 'limits' ,... .late-n' "JJclnlld'2 ....u.r.o .
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______ *,/ CB home with 1..... country living In'fa"t.! : {
,378.1416, or 964-8170 .'Just outside city limits P. u.ipa,
... ... . ., ... .' ." .. ... . .. .. "'/"''", CB home extra large lot completely fenced, t .. "
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FINANCiD.N@'i.. ,

*/1'10., Prom.lerilo, very nke neighborhood. Near
E-Z Terms ,
1401arty'sp1tc RMC.Brick home'on I oc.... Beautiful homesHe with| . . . . .
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I Roofing appro 12 peceit tress end .

t : !9/1 Brick home en Appro.20....within.. 4 miles.of / .
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r I r ..,,,,,1 kt !!' _I k All type Roofingand Lake Butler city, limits. NeW: installationRemodeling
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Slilll '" I '1II .' 1 RepairsFree RAIFORDl :
"2/.' Brick home en :ppr x. 2 ecres with small rmsil Repairs
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\ *3/1Vt Brick home. en corner property en $. DnrrancePUMP&
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BOB & MARY Licensed Rd.. SPIiNGii. '.' . ... ., .

'f SWING I kud.I I & I Insured .3/WORTHINGTON| frame home en SR 121,corner.property. dose te ;:
SUPPLY
church .
Residence M 475-1271 3/1 Frame home LOOKS NIW Inside end out en little COMPANY

&z-c49 Spring Road, Also has large workshop en property ., 4J .
4 LOCATED BETWEEN LAKE BITLERe for e kerne..... _.. Has I ecre end located. In lave. '
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FLORIDA'' Realtor* ly country _I...;. MUST SEE te Appreciate. Has large 884 N.'

ON STATE ROAD 121. TURN EAST .COMMERClAL' BLDG: Classified Ads kitchen with grill breekfesf....,formel dining room,' | Temple AlI1eo
N.rrwclI's ON COUNTY PAVED ROAD C-18A & GO 2/10 Mr. ses.nruwtas.svs.s. Results whit buck stove "....Ioco.
noon nosos ooi'loi Get roomy "living ream Starke FT.Kf
4 2.000 sq.it. / In city, ; .
HOUSE IS ON YOUR LEFT LOOK FOR AUCTION SIGNS? wrssu, 17500. .. FOR THESE AND MANY OTHER LISTINGS. *." ..-. .,,. <(E > .- .
INCLUOINOIARCR AND SMALL LAND
BANK REPO: Commercial Merle r alkenbergRealtorAssociate" 964-7091
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property. Hwy,30l,Block PARCELS CAll FOR APPOINTMENT.

Mdg 2,<100 .qltl.on f.37 44fMSIves.
..c ac. Paved parking." 70X-37W
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/ rlar: .BEAUTY SHOP.*\barbershop
Se Saturday { skating .irlnkjj someequipment .SUPER BUYi Lake Homo- rc you tired* ,of'ayIng :

$21,000..on 3 BR/3 BA-luxury liv .
July .2 BR 2 BA frame home ton ing. Must '.0"0 believe I KG saD 'per,,sq.;.ft. for,a home
be'' X .
porch
2 ac. CH/A large Could yours you '
.$25,000. down4atle... 23rd = utility room area..Has/ extra : ALa rea. ,;
110 Dm SMMt. 0 t UCt10N septic1! .tank ,A' powerpole ..xciiiINT VALUEf '
... for trailer;$040.000. Doublewlde 3.BR. Mobile 1 l t House plan',:;
n.as r r s o a sea III' 10:30 a.m.;
.3 BR:2 BA, C/. with large home on 1 acre off Boy,... Professional ,S '
covered '' CH/A. 6 for only". ; !$115.00
up to 20 years to pay at N.TW polio', Highway. yours '
10% Interest ceiling fans,,water softner. $24300. ,7 : ,' :
i Services
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-w r.s..rs.s 5.s tNw 1 II 1q r srr / 33000. BEAUTIFULLY LAND "
I e O.nnr/ r.,set e M -wit r*tssU.M Cw.y. t SPORTSMAN$ DREAM; iCAfCDt 8 acres; all fencV 'V/c are building t 120Ojq.fi.: to 400dsq.
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In.nl. nr.r M err tl.n .
lake, .
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.CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE ROOMS FOR RENT'* USED ALUMINUM PLATES ACE'BEAUTY SHOP EQUIPMENT ..xdsEFEeEa
should be submitted to the. HOME PARK. Mobile Low weekly. rotes, wall to 24x36"-25 cent each. U*. One wet station, 2 HEAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE LINK FENCE Install
Bradford County Telegraph home.and pace for r.nt. wall carpeting air and TV. ed In printing newspaper. dryer, and one hydraulic Scholarship. available for ed. ,,estimates... HandyMan -
office In writing and paid Recreational vehicle. Call 964-9992. ask for Ann. Great for minor repair chair. Excellent condition unlicensed perton ERA Fence Co., owner
."In advance: ,unless' credit l I. welcome. Phone 468-2912. tfn 717BRADFORD fob. Bradford County $100::964.8750. tchg 7/14 Faulkner Realty, 964-5065. Tommy Reddish 964-8339.. ar
already established' with /16 tfn. VILLAGE APTSi Telegraph, 4-e308.. If... BABY CRIB, $ID, high choir 10/28 tin 6/09 12/30 ? CruJttlt
this office.. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT Accepting application for OUTSIDE TREES AND $ZOI ,stroller $2O. Call Subscribe. Tedayl EXPERIENCED PAINTERS .;;; ,
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF One mile from Starke city expected vdcancy. 1 HEDGES All In pot. You 964."", Itchg 7/14 MOBILE HOME SALESMAN Neat work. Interior or .x. "
CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE limit. Clean Hwy. 16 W. bedroom, AC.'furoishsd. can plant anytime, nothingover MISC. FOR SAUl On. Exp.rl.nc.d. Contact terlor 'Free estimate*. 1. '
FOR MISTAKES IN Call ..68-1323. 10/07 tin first lost month* plus $4 or lets than $1. 4idrower oak desk one 10 Olln's Mobile Hom. Sale. Reasonable rate with .
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom deposit phon. 964.8601 Your lucky day. Bush' In. table saw, one city lot, Hwy 10O Welt Starke.; good reference Call' IA PHONE 964-7776 'm
TAKEN OVER THI for rent at low 6/30 tfn/chg, .Nursery, bock of Bradford 144X168 feet. Other misc. 964-3606.'5/05 tin 964-5177. 7/07 tin CECELU .
TELEPHONE weekly ....,... Call T.mpl. Square Shopping Center. Items. 964....... Itpd 7/14 LICENSEDCOSMOTOLOGISTi BAKER L.'.GAS. INC. family ERwILLEERR 205 N. Temple! Slarkc
Classified deadline TUES- Motel', ...4.7357.16 MOBILE- Phon. 964.6029. 7/07 2tpd ofNOUSH. PIT BULLDOG 2 with owned a o..r. led. W. ,
DAY, NOON prior to EOW/tfn 7/14 ...old. One 2-yr. old A/C following, In Keystone to give better price
Thursday publication. CHAN MOBILE, HOMES forrent" HOMES'FOR YELLOW CORNt $5 per .for trailer 9646365. Itchg Height.' and Starke area. ..",Ic... We rent or sell
Minimum charge I I. 15 On Hwy. 16 W. Cia. SALEA bu..hel. 'Okra. $15 bu.hel.: 7/14 Candy's Gold N' Comb. bulk tank 8 furnish
word for $2.79, then" 10 to prison Call 468-1323., Jim Faulkner, 964-6534. B-CHIVY WAGON WHEELS 6/23 tfn/chg cylinder. We solicit *SPECIAL *
cents for each word 10/07 tfn.TONI 7/07 2ipd 7/14 13"" $'00:; new tire* 10-IS', EARN EXTRA VACATION customers that own their SUCCESSFUL POULTRY FARM:
thereafter. BR APARTMENT Fur- 4 W MOBILE HOME SALES BOB WHtTR QUAIL 2 week. $20: roll.bar $125, ALSO MONIVI I Olon Mills tanks. Call 782-3349, 34 with i
niched 403 N. Walnut St., .New and Used Mobile- old ond up. 782-3942. 7/14 several young walker Studios need motur., 2596810. 6/23 4tchg 7/14 Approximately ocr.
YARD SALE' 964-S276.NO.*. .7/14 .Homes for tale. Wolter tin hounds In excellent health. self-motivated people with TRACTOR MOWINOi $12.00 homos plus 4 barns. Owner
Itpd (Bud) Alvarez Invite ,oJto. BRAHMAN BUllr 5 yr.. en. .Sea Cory Smith 128 N.: pleasant telephone voice per hour.' Call 9647387. financing.
TERRACE 1 BR TRAILER. Compl.t.ly cones out and "'-' .. cellent herd bull. Selling to Orange St., Starke."Itchg for' temporary help. Earn 7/14 2tchg 7/21
501 LEGION Satur. ,furnished with air including Highway 17 South prevent In-breeding, $600. 7/14 the money you need for DRAINFIELD ROCK Bldg.
day only 8:00 until T? utilllle, New electric Palatka Florida. 325-9551 Also several bred Angus IS IT TRUE you can buy jeeps vocation bill., etc. Also, sands, limerock top soil.
Clothes, stereo, oil paintings stove. t60 per week. or 3284682. 3/31 tfn .' cross cow, $300 up. for $44 through the' US.Government person with small car for Large or small loads. Ph. MAGNOLIA HOTEL One of Statk.'s landmarks -
car radios and more. N.ar Graham. 485-1371, 964.5922.7/14 3tchg 7/28 ? Get the light delivery. Apply In 7823172. BRADFORD
24x60 4
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GIGANTIC YARD SALE Fri 7/14 ItchgSTARKIt BR OLIVER: DIESEL TRACTORl facts today! Call ((312) perton to Mr*. M.rr.ll at LIMEROCK SALES tin 7/14 with :31 room. 23 baths. 11.547 sq. ft.
day and Saturday 10 AM. 3 BR House, stove, on 1 ocr. land I19.9V5 $1,000. Fair condition. Can 742-1143 Ext. 609. s/ot. 93 the Best Weitern Tu..., WILL BABYSIT In my home Prime location. Every room Immaculate. .
4 PM. State Road 16 East refrigerator, carport, term. 4732164. 7/07 2tpd be seen three driveway .71<11. Jl.FRAMI..' July 5th beginning after 9 Monday thru Friday. Good ,THAT SPECIAL HOUSI-An unrepeatable.
((1133 East Brownlee). washer/dryer hookup, 714A behind Textile Town on BUILDING with ,a.m. Please-No Phone with children Call Cheryl treasure In Bradford. H.r. Is that rare I extraordinary -
Toy, clothes, book, mlu. 1215 mth, first lat, securl- 1B3 24xi MOBILE right 7/14 2tchg 7/21 metal roof, 20x40 four Call. to the Motel 7/07 7823608. Itchg 7/14 property. One ol the finest contemporary
SAT.,JULY 11 Rain or thine. ty, 468-1509, 7/14 2tpd HOME By Skyline. This PORCH SWINGS for sole. rooms. with two lavatories 2tchg 714PROCESS WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME architect-designed' home In North'
Five fomlllss. 9 AM III 4 7/21 lovely home hot aluminum 964-4277. Itchg 7/14 and tWo commode. Made MAIL AT HOME in Lawtey Flo. You bring Florida *:3 BR, J%! BA. Sweeping staircase rises
PM. Furniture, dishes; kitchenware 2 BR APARTMENT for rent. lop siding, shingle roof, RUGER SECURITY t PISTOL out of good pine lumber. $75.00 per hundred. No experience. and pick-up. 7823158. to second story. Peller window for beauty a
lamp, exerciser Graham Fl. 485-1734 or and I I. located on a v.ry Stalnle** steel 6" barrel Easy to ,move. 6592165. Port or full time. Itchg 7/14 best Insulation, fireplace, 30x22 garage at Th.
*, and mlu. 1320 328.0624. call alter 6 P.M. ecluded 4 acres In the with holster. Fires 6 times, Florahome. Corn. Start Immediately. Details- BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Woods, Country Club. W*000 assumable mtg.
'Blending St. Saratoga Itpd 7/14 Keystone Height area. $225. Firm. Call 964.8821, Nursery. 6/16 tin send elf-addreed sharpening service, circular el f,,. Selling price. SI15.000. _
Hgt. Itpd 7/14 1 BEDROOM HOUSI In Also has a 28x70workshop o.k, for Ron or leave 1 LARGE UMA POP-UP tamped envelope toC.R.I..2147. hand carbide, chain, .''SECLUDED SPACIOUS IMMACULATE. 3 BR, 2
PRATT B. POLK STREETS Hampton. Newly remodel asking 37000. message. Itchg 7/14 CAMPER New tire and P.O. Box 3149 mower blade hollow BA, LR, Lg. kitchen, family roam wflreplaca.2car ,
Sheet, clothing bottle, ed. .$ 25 mth. 372-0075 For more infer call PIANO Wurlltier contole, 964.8950. Stuart Fl 33495. 7/07 4tpd ground and balanced enc. garage, storage barn garden shed t
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bric-a-broc, couch camp evenings. 7/07 2tpd 7/14 964-4414 after 3 call excellent condition. Price 7/14 canopy 7/28 leave at Jackson Building tree house. 110x202 lot In five Oaks near Country
love C mist Saturday, July APARTMENT low weekly or 473-2062. ask for Undo. Include delivery and 10 OFFICE NURSE LPN. Fulltime. Supply In Slarke, Keystone Club. $41,537 assum. mtg. SP fe2.000
1685. Itchg 7/14 monthly. rates*Very clean; 6/30 tfn chg tree tenon. 9646774. DIAMOND RINOSf. White WEDDING P. O. Box '190, Heights, or lake. Butler.' HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUE 3 BR 2 BA brick.
A/C, utilities furnished 7/14 gold. Also TFNchg
Itchg Starke. bookkeeper
4 FAMILY YARD SALES
iB3 FiirrwooDt 2 BR, 1 net. Parkwaed. S4S.OOO.
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On S. 301, 964-7589. Itpd PONY FOR SALE Very gen Beautiful. Cot $ .ZOO. Will and receptionl Send TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call gar. on
Thun. 14 a Fri.
July July .
BA. 14x52. No down off St. Rd.
QUIET RETREAT ON 1 Ac at S4th St.
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15. 9 until ?? Sat.. July 16 7/14 tle. Good with children. $600. 964-7708. reume. Itchg 7/14 the Office Shop 110 W,
mont, take ov.r It-Board B batten construction. 3 BR, 2 BA attractive
payments.
91. Go north 301 to N.E. I-BR APA.TMINTLlvlnsj: $200. 964-7417. Itchg 7/14 Itpd 7/14. 2-HAIR STYLISTS NEEDED Call St., Starke, for details.
26th 14._:; 7th house on room, large kitchen, bath 466-1809' after, Monday. 84" SOLID OAK round table I with knowledge of Cauca- 964.5764tfn kitchen w/dlnlng area. Nice flr.place.
the right. Clothe, mall No children. 237 S. Thomp. Friday weekend with big counter post LOST/FOUND' .Ian and black hair. Call GLASS CUT TO ORDER MOVE RIGHT INI Charming brick 3 BR 2 BA
.appliance, record, son SI. 964-6234:1 Itpd 1 7/14 anytlm. Itchg 7/14' Alter 3 p.m., call 964-4714 964.4556 for Interview. Doors, windows, sic home ./lg. 'am. room B fireplace. Country
shoe.pun.toy... knickknacks UNFURNISHED 2 BR HOUSEl 1 leave name. Itchg 7/14 Nellie'* World of Hair' JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Club ..... $10.000 cash to mtg. Priced to sell!
< and 'lot of other Stove, refrigerator, A/C1 WANTEDAXLES BEAUTY SHOP EQUIPMENT LOSTl Small; female German Fahlon. Itchg 7/14 964.6078. Order also CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly new 3 IR. 2BA
it.ms. Itpd 7/14 W/W carpet Shampoo bowl, dryer; Shepherd. In vicinity of EXPERIENCED CASHIER- taken In Lake Butler. stucco In Con.rly Estates w/tradltlanal
MOVING Two 'familygarage 'washer/dryer hookup. .chairs, ceiling" Ian, water 230A and Wllan Rd. $100 COOK. Hiring one full time 496-3079 and Keystone fireplace B pretty fully equlpp.d kitchen.
ale.. Dinette Newly painted. Inside and a TIRES Two axle heater, cedar cabinet REWARD.' Call 964-7264 or and possibly' one part- Heights, .473-4973 2/26 tin LOCATION. LOCATION: BR, 2 BA facing golf
entertainment center, 'out No children-No pets, and four tire*. Highest 9647589. Itpd 7/14 473-3308. Lennard tlm. Apply In person at FAMILY HAIII'DISIGNEIIS course hat Itl Custom drop., super kltch.n,
,lereo.dreuer and other Phone 964-5464 7/14 tin price paid. Green' *.23 CU. FT KENMORE deep .R.glster/7/14 ItpdMOTORCYCLES Textile Town Hwy. 301 fireplace, enc. garage, greenhouse. Fantastic
mlic. piece, adult and FURNISHED 2 BR HOUSE Welding Shop 301 South trouser $200. Table and North. Monday. July 18, 9 144 W. Call St.t view. Owner financed.
children clothei. Sat. and A/Ci carpet Ig. den with 'Stork., FL. 9645007. 7/07 four chair*. $40. 964.5156. AM only No phone calls, "* .7301 'M A. Prime land off SR-23S.
Sun. 1504 Gelger Rd. pool tabl. About 1 I'/i! 4tchg 7/28 BICYCLES"'FOR SALE Good please Itchg 7/14 Open .47 Ac. off 100 W. B Brick home. $140,000.
9644634. 1tchg714Mowing miles from town. $300 mo. SMALL FREEZER To buy, call selection most size, andtype .. OIL COMPANY POSITIONS T.W.T. F 9 til 8:30 '29.S Ac Nice home Rd. 325.161,900.
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964.6885 Call after 5:30 all day 73 YAMAHA 750. low Sat-9 AM til 3 PM
or 964-8199. : p.m. *. Remanufactured or trod Offshore rigs accepting ap .SI Ac., limber Highlands. SI 00.000.
ft Tractor after 6 p.m' 7/14 2tchg Saturday 43101 132. 6/30 reconditioned. Repair, mileage. 750. or for plications. No ...perlc,. Appolntm.nNNot .Frame home B 21 acres. 161.700.
7/21 ttn dune buggy. Phone $24.000 plus For Info call Always Necessary apprax
New and used
Service- painting. .4.71 A. '",000. Owner finance.
> $MALL1 BR APARTMENT; 'SMALL RETAIL LOCATION In part evadable. Fr.. 964.5318 Itpd 7/14 (312)) 920-9675 ext. 2729 P. l/7lfn
Afternoons ft Ev.ning4All will share BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE Cottage Crosby Lake 'Inlet. S30.320%
No pet*. 9645584. Itchg Stark. or same. estimates. See George II 7/14 2tpd 7/21- -1"
Day SaturdaywMBiriSrMSSJn 7/ 9645849. 1tP.114zilti.dM.Ads or Logan at Ricks Salvage Residential pump-autst MH 3/2 on 1 ec.. 301. S32.000
41tQUIIIt' \ BS5 ve>atM>s re-lay draiN Waldo Antique! $tore_ 3a. 00f : ... .
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III Help Wanted 9o OrJ CHELATION TABLETS17.00 WANT TO STOPTTHAT'S

III A Motorcycle? House of Lloyd. new lilt "...severe hardening of the arteries need not lead to Coronary. bypass surgery or I Alcoholics Anonymous OURS C & C Mini Storage
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III W* Trad N.w *.Usad Motorcycles For d.m ..._ Party PI.... "A doubt*.barreled approach that can produce dramatic response." I 964-6894 now Renting
.111 Clean Used Trvcke. No Investment.Call Collect Descriptive. *>raontetlan by .".. _.... ALANONFAMILY

III Got Cash? Cherck.Our Prices ..*.-'062.C......rse.. v,. ...... ............Y....G.....:.Ga...'..Y.\. ...................Rt.......*...Bex.....N.1350....I.Starke........f FIT.......,. "\\IW RI... ', 964-6219 GROUP 6x12'' 8x12 10x12 12x18

W.Will NOT B* Undersold | 3/17 13lpd Inquire al Suzuki-Kawasaki of Starke

Hwy 301 S. 964-6020 _
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o 4-6020 '*Starke* HELP WANTED ELECTRIC CO. sss ss .ss.w

'Idla fin Pol. Special r FiLUIRT ,|
Galnotvlllo Sun Is looking for an arty morning SHORT ORDER COOK Trailer

.' motor routs carrier In the Stark. ar_. Delivered 400 AMP-5250 Anywhere 1 II tf
I SAND & LIME ROCK
Good second Income. $500 monthly 3-3Vi Experienced Only. Year round In Bradford County

hr*. per day ((64 mils). Cash bond deposit of Camp Blanding Service Club. 112-3063
$250. I ELWOOD PADGETT I II I

duality Tree Service life. -t416or9M-tl70 \; 533-2050 Mechanics 468.1455 j


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Work at Rftaonabh **
Quality Due to increase of
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: 12 Year Resident II
U.S. .nvlronm.ntol..toctionAIfO'IC'I j' r porloncod
StBrkt, Florida Region i HAMLET'SFixIt mechanics, PINE FOREST

'The One To Call Before ItFalls". Water. Management Dlvi.lon-Facillaas Performance Bronchi., i 5 Day A Wood!: APARTMENTS
343 Courtlond Street. N.S.
Atlanta Georgia 30363 'Carp.nt.Good Benefit
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964-5306 ( )88I.3S44 r, : Plumber ft Day Plan 1.2 A 3 Bedroom Apts.
: ;t iid Gen. Maintenance Call I Richard From 150" to '297"
Public Notice No.83FL063 ,ft July '4. 1983
Cell the Rest For Appointment
'.,.',,. ;.? NOTICE OF PROPOSED REISSUANCE,OF It t'i" Th.n Call the Best 964-7500 1530 W. Madison

;. VVE/ PURCHASE. 1ST &.2ND. .MORTGAGESAre NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM PERMITS( ) 964-8714 372.0103 IllUAL_ Phone 9646312NETTLES

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. you, f collecting!payment on a NOIOItol', mor. "The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) Intend to reissue National Pollutant ., .,.' *" ., '. Ittltg7/14" r/r.n.Mlr
: but Would prefer to have a lump sum? Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit to '.1. duPont de Nemour and Company
lag conv.rt all of for their minerals dredge mining operations to produce llmenlte ilrcort and ahjrollte
how to or part yourmortgage
t L.t us show you eosh. For d.tailscall' .today. (SIC Code 1099)) at each of following facilities: L>, C enter Shop & Compare!!
; Into 1. Trail Ridge Plant. Treat Road Camp Blending Starke, Florida 32091 NPDES No. Bargain. Special Insurance for I [ &
I of and caustic wostewaters (SIC Code 301 S Stark.
116 N.WalnutSt. FLOOOOO31. On. existing discharge dredge, ponds Mobile Home Parks I
; 1099)) and stormwoter runoff enter Alligator Creek which Is classified a* Clot 'IIIWatersrecreation' '"-6679 ofl MASTERS
" John Bradley propagation and management of fish and wildlife. *4* All types
I< 2. Highland Plant. State Rout. 123 Lawtey Florida 32038, NPDES No. Ft000003SCM.. homeowners policies for|
"-5010
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( ,. existing, discharge of dredge and caustic ponds wastewaler (SIC Code '1099)) and.stormWindows eDoorB mobile homes.. CONTRACTORSNew
,} water runoff enter Boggy Branch which I Is classified' a* Class III Wale*.recreation. propagation .PVC Pip. Can for Quote *

,... -' -" and ""management., fish and wildlife. Plumbing 1 Supplto Construction Remodeling
.r: The proposed NPDES permit contain (limitation* on the amount* oi pollutants allowed Olln's Mobileto ]
be discharged and waG drafted 'In accordance with the provision of the clean Water1 !!Water So,tn.r 'and Roofing
t REAL ESTATE BUYS"r Act ((33 U.S.C. Section 1231. ef seq.) and other lawful standard and regulation. Th.pallu'U.ed Furniture Home Sales FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL
tent limitation.and other .permit condition* are tentative and open to comment from the .iloctrle Appllanco Elaine M. Olin Agent

: Longchamp Enterprise *:ABBOC.. .public.. J 964 5882
P.rsani wishing te comment upon at object/ to-any Aspects of permit letesuance or 964-5606
'! Inc. whiting to request O public hearing or. Invited.. ta submit same In writing within thirty 964-5135
For Sal. ((30)) day of this notice to the Water Management Division/ Environmental Protection L after 6 PM,
t Homo* .E. 30365 ATTENTION Earllne Hanson.
Agency. 345 Courtland Street N Atlanta Georgia :
: .$ ... < BA-Over "M hi:ft. M5.000. r' The public.notice "number and NPDf.S number should be Included In the first page of com 1 BAROAIM
,.3 BR. 2 IA.M..., P......... B47.HOO-, : menM, :
; .3 BN 1'A BA-Qulet Netghborheed.. $3B,000.' All comment received within the 30-day period wilt be Considered In the. formulation of MINI earance.Gjve V
1 I .;1 B*. 2 BA-House plus Shop. _$". M. final determination' regarding the permit.'Any Interested person may within the :30-day
: : -* Lak. Property period request a public hearing.Where there Is a significant degree of public .. .
'.Mobil. I,o_ ofl carol, lading to Same .. iokeOi 001;, the' proposed.permit ,...._., the EPA Regional f Administrator will hold a oublle hearCmftRAGE Away
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for. *Be*- -LotaAcreage.Y. After consideration" ol all written comments and the requlr.m.nta'and policies' In the orMmuaiLOWEST FREE PALLETS t FIREWOOD ,

! .BeautMul .lets neer Hemptei, leke. ..,.tOO J--sane' Act and appropriate regulations.'the EPA Regional" Administrator will make determination Corn' by Sunshlno; Aero Industries and
1 lot Beer *regarding the permit r.'''_ M the determination" *are substantially unchanged .
'i i Best niMmlng term 1 I a ....000.I submitting written comment If the determination' are substantially" changed (OB much OB want Beginning Jyne
ZX .. Crosby .u*..,J .lots .. 11.000 person t you ,.
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.0 r the EPA "Xeglonal' Administrator will Issue public notice Indicating the revised determination 20 until all..materlal J* from
end. 2 ether, of P.MO eachf Ad- I n Town gono
eecni *. Requests for evidentiary, hearing may be filed after the Regional t
I Mice lot wWl well a see.k Mob:$/. o4.. I m'nlstrotor' make .the above.described determination*.{Additional Information regarding r I' promlsoB. -
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A safety record that's hard to beat... .
division to qualify for this distinction. Jury. The record began IB December 1981. :
ITT Rayonler Southeast Timber Division Employees In a. ceremony May at Grace Lake Jesup. SETD The division achelved a safely Index of 1.3 In 1982. the .From left to right In the picture on the left are: James/ :
from the Starke and Bradford County area were among employee were presented with the Rayonler President's lowest In the company and an overall record for the past Bryant. Billy Martin, Eulah. Norris. Randall Martin and .a
I 300 honored by Rayonler President and Chief ExecutiveRon Gold Award. The Gold Award Is presented to an operation five years which was far better than the Industry Index for 'Walter" Douglas 'i
Gross for continued excellent safety performance which hat earned the president's safety award for two logging-timber divisions. SETD employee achieved From left to rlghtln the picture above Mtl Nealy Mo-: .
and for their part In achelvlng one million manhours consecutive yean and which continues to maintain an another milestone when on April 29, the division reached Connell Clint Harris Rick Ward Bob McDonald Charles :
without sustaining a loss time due to Injury. outstanding safety record. SETD .la the first Rayonler one million man-hours without sustaining a loss due, to!In-: Crawford and Clyde McRae.

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'Any' person having Information on receiving'treatment for Injuries inflicted
I News BriefsStolen this or any other crime in Alachua during a scuffle. -:
I Keystone Heights Ads I It county should call. Crime TRAC,
Semi-tractors April 27, a tractor-trailer, taken 377-8722 Your call will remain completely
from Dade City was recovered from anonymous and Information Special Santa Fe .
Found in GainesvilleIn the northeast corner of the Oaks Mall leading to an arrest could be rewarded Fall '
parking lot. On, May l, a second up to 1000. Pre-Registration |
FOR RENT PERSONAL the two months semi-tractor
t FOR SALE past trailer was recovered at the lime rock A special pre-reglstratlon in Stark*}
trailers stolen from surrounding
SERVICES pits on SR-26 H mile east of CR-9B.. Information"NeededGainesville for Gainesville classes at Santa Fe
OMICI SPACE feeing cities have been brought to the
WHITE SANDS LAKE
Authorities believe persona responsible Community College will be held next
Beautiful decorators Lawrence Blvd Nml doorto Alachua County area, stripped and RobberyBroad
"Show-house". Stone Andrew. Drugs. Alto HAVE LAWNMOWIRl Will abandoned. may reside in Alachua county. Monday evening, July 18 from 6 to 7p
fireplace, spiral starlcase, ..vsiral large attic.. for CUT GRASS Reasonable.Call daylight and a'number of .m. at the SFCC Stance office 14
In of building, 473-7072 7/14 Itchg --------- -- witnesses didn't stop the robber of the Bradford High School.
117 ft on lake S125OOO: rent rear ----------- -
Call Owner 1-743-6739 facing Flamingo. Call CARPENTRY AND MASONRY LII' Champ, 806 N. B. Waldo Rd:, Students planning to take classes aj
7/14.21 2lchgBEAUTIFUL 473-3411 7/7 Ifnchg WORK Building patios, Carpet Gainesville. the Main Campus in Gainesville may
LAKE GENEVA OFFICI SFACI.downtown additions, remodeling, Room 9 5 Saturday, June 24'at 1:30 p.m'' a'' pre-register in Starke but must do so
access lots from $5.500. next to Slat Farm, homes and tile work. Free $14 black male with a yellow plastic bag by July 22. After that date all
$SOO down, S7I.74 per Keystone Contor, estimates. Phone 473-4473 Cleaning ". Hall) covering one hand demanded money registration for classes in Gainesville!
month. DI.'Ount an entire S 1601 Ma; K.y.tono during day. 7/7 tfnchgCARPENTER from the clerk. The suspect, who rodea will be at the Main Campus. .
10 acres One waterfront Heights Realty. Inc., WORK grey painted over green 10 speed It Is also possible to pre-register at
I lot. Call 473.4373. 7/7 REALTOR 4734961. 7/7 Remodeling work, kitchen \ Whole House Special.<( 'Iv.DI- .-.tlara&.5995:> bicycle to the store, was described as the Santa Fe Starke Center next week
tfnchg tfnchg cabinets and trim carpentry being 27-30 years of age 5'10"tall, during regular office hours from tf
I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY oncorner 2 I.. 2 lath furnished Reasonable prices. Carpet Dyed. (9x12)< ) .5995 neat with a slight a.m. to 3.30: Fall schedules art
p.m.
mobile horn with washer Call 473-2477 after 330: . . . . . appearance
of Lawrence Blvd .
muscular build and was'wearing a currently available. J
and Flamingo near SR-1OO and dryer. Monday p.m. 7/7 tlnchgCAR..n Cleaned. SBfa I : 4495"Not The clerk 'The Fall Term andends
"haio) black tank and beings August 23
Furniture top jeans.
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and SR-21 Intersection, through Friday, 9 a.m. 6p.m. AND VINYL repairs.and . . . who resisted ,the. robber. la still December IS.
9 Installations.
Free
4-ieparate office complexes qnd Saturday ,
corner lot with'entrances a.m1 p.m. Call 4732747. ..tlm_., Ten years experience. Detlghte4'Don't Pay"
an 3-sldes of $2OO per month plot $100 Call 473-4217
building. Owner financed, d.po.it.tfnchg 7/7 and ask for ,Craig. 7/7 Serving all of Bradford and Union County

with low Interest rate Call FuP'(SHED MOtlLIHOMIt tfnchg '
473-4920 or 473-3411 7/7 Couple er.bachelor prefer CARPENTRY t repairs..,Inr Florida Carpet Cleaning &.'Dye ,.Co. TheMeat
tlnchtr ,ed, $!7S/mo. plus stallations, doors,. windows .
1977 CHEVROLET PICKUPVI, deposit. Call 475-1348. 7/7 ,. cabinet shelving. 964-6931;; ,
ton. 4x4 LWB. extra clean, partitioning, paneling Call
automatic transmission LOST/FOUND 4732520. 7/7.28 4tpd. FREE Estimates 24 Hr. Service Satisfaction Guaranteed Store

free wheeling, hubs. RETIREMENT HAIRSTYUNO HOME CENTER AND All =- .. -BII. : :=r8D.- I
S3.SOD. 4733111. 6/16 POUND Rusty brown
tfnchg female 56 month old under one roof. OFFER : ':105 Edwards Road
COCK A Till BABIES Raised Welnhelmer" In Twin Lakes ING: Certified nursing
In my Aviary. Easy to area No collar-no togs. assistance and CPR trained OPEN 8:30-7 Mon.-Sat: ,
tam., |lust weaned Special Call 4733526. 7/14 staff; 24 hour supervisionfor Food Stamps Welcomed'' 964-8290
prices In quantities of five LOST In Keystone Beach: senior citlsens. hot .
or more' Call anytime, area, female' German meals; day week, or long Starke '
4737481. 6/30-7/28 Stpd shepherd with black spoton term stay: STYLING Quality Rights Reserved!
PADDLEBOAT Two year tongu.. REWARD OF CENTER for the' public:
old seats 2 Removable FERED. Call 473-3041. 7/14 precision styling for men f USDA HEAVY WESTERN SElF
vinyl top, S330 Call LOST. 3 mo. old pit bulldog and women; perms and f
Jacksonville, 268.2S94. from home on Nightengale" hair-coloring. SR-32S Boneless
weekends, 473-2818. and Orchid Monday ovenIng Hampton 4682619. 7/14

.r.. 7/7-28 4tchg White with black ears, tfnchg
2BR, MOMLEHOMEt New black circle around eyes, HIS t HERS Complete Hair / 4Chuck $149 J
floor coverings, flexible and block spots on body.
Care Sculptured Nails atCandy's 3
owner terms Clay County. REWARD OFFERED. Call WIlFl41Oi
Gold N'Comb, LOTCommercial I Roast
salesman. ,
Owner Chris McReynolds at 1lI..
Circle .
SI7.500. Call 699-2269 473-2676 or 473.4933,714MISCELLANEOUS 1 AHJ-1844
Grandin. 7/7.21 3tchg .73-787..6123 4tchg 7/14 Boneless
173 DATSUN 240 Zl Needs INFANT/TODDLER CARE .
some body work. 2000. Teacher/Mam'' providing I A Whirlpool 18,000 BTU J'' Chuck
Call 475-3900. 7/14 Itpd TLC. Reasonable rotes 9 !
TWO SETS ARNOLD PALMER SIN O O .. .A MI RICAN especially for mom.workIng Air Conditioner $15'
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GOLF CLUBSt Registered LEGION HAlt.Sr. Saturdays part time. 475-1617. eSUdB Out Chassis Steak
Mans aid womans. For 7 p.m. Public Invited. 7/07 2tpd.7/l4 e Thermostat Control ..
sale or trade for aluminum 7/7 tfnchg SEWING MACHINES
fishing boat Call 4732875. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS. e Three Speed Fan
REPAIRIDiAII makes
7/14 Itpd Closed. cleaned, oiled and adlu.t.d. All Meat Stew $179
1971 YAMAHA 175 DIRT meetings Monday 8pm .
Open meetings Friday 8 SIS Wakgllaant..d. . m.
BIKE Has good tires, .
needs muffler, $7S More p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 JamesStrickland Smoked
All meetings at comer MorganRd.
Information, call 473.3512, p.m.
Educational Building Community and Hwy. 16. Storfce.
ask for John Jr. 7/14 Itpd ,
CUSTOM VANS New 1993 Church 473-2790 or 7/14 tfnTHORNTON'S Ham
Chevy Vans. V-B automatic 475.2130. 7/7 tfnchg LAWN SIRVtCEtMowIng AIR CONDITIONING BONANZA C

transmission with overdrive OVEREATERS. ANONYMOUS and trimm 69Country
power steering, No dues, fees or weigh ins. ing. For Keystone Heights .... Shanks, .
power brakes, power windows Open meetings Tuesay's, and Starke areas, tI
power door locks, 7:30 p.m. Community 473.7846.7/11 tfn l
Panasonic sound system, Church Educational TrAMP1142 1 I I'' I t 1. Style -: ,.

tilt wheel I, running boards, Building Keystone YARD SALE rw ,
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+ 4 captain chairs and couch. Heights 473 2790. .7/7 HKSpare. .
Beautiful Interior and exterior tfnchg SAT-, JULY lei 94. Locatedon .
$14.400 and with BINGO Lions Club across Baker Rd Table saws, .H..49.2,. AHP.21G-4 : 99
: dual air top of the line from high school. electric cement Ribs
generator
15900. Compare at Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 mixer, tent tiller| 12,000 BTU ,5,000 BTU 21,000 BTU . . . ... .
S21,000.11!4 percent bank p.m.t Regular, 7:30: p.m. children's clothes end HIGH EFFICIENCY EASY INSTALLATION HIGH EFFICIENCY ,h" '' ,
financing. Phone Public Invited. 7/7 tfnchfl. other" Mlscel. Het,. 7/14 8.3EER 11 S VOLT 5.6 EER 11,5 VOLT 7.5 EER 230 VOLT Center Cut' t
4 Gainesville,332.003.7/14 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA.Bradford 1THK' 79
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r) tfnchg FRONT LOT Located Co. Extara. Brick FRIDAY AND SATUR. $498 188 $648. Pork Chops ....... ...... .> .:;. .,., 1
LAKE DAY July 15-16. lOa m.-J
3 BR, 2 Bath, office, living .
on Big Lake Geneva In room," dining room kitchen p.m. South on SR.21, turn INSTANT CREDIT FREE DELIVERY (End Cut
Keystone Heights 100 ft. right at Peach Street, look "
Jacunl tub, 17x42 *:
lake front, 600 ft. deep for sign. 7/14 ItchgCiassljfled in most cases Pork ::.vP.,99 1
Gunlte to qualified buyers I Chops.
lake large oaks. ready to swimming pool . ... . .. .
32x32 metal building, .,
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build. 146.000 Cashpreferred. '
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Call 786-6044.. chain link fence. Over 1 I Boneless ,1' )\ : RO
lot. Excellent condition Ads $

1974 473-7151.FORD Itpd PINTO 7/14 $500. acre 7/14,tfn S94.500. 473-2056. Get Results. .I Shoulder Roast ..," .';.;... ;... .,:.... $'" 1 .-

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Printing: ByProfessionals. 6,000 BTU '4,00 BTU :..'9,000 BTU : 'FARM( I .' ,

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