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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A little-publicized bill, passed quietly during the regular 1983 legislative session far-reaching effects of the new law which provides that on July I, 1985. environmental and many others. This would require the payment of some inspection
raises permit fees for new septic tanks in Bradford County by 500 per- health services in all Florida counties must be totally funded by fees to the state which are not now required by the local office\ O'Neal said.
cent and will result in a probable loss of the Environmental Health Section of fees collected for these services within,the county. "There is no way that The $15 septic tank permit fee charged here prior to August 1 went to the
the local Health Department by July 1, 1985 unless changes In the law are. small counties such as Bradford coujd.pfly! for all health services the county state for placement In a trust fund for the use of Bradford County in meeting
made before that time. through fees," O'Nealaaid. j' >' environmental health needs. ,
Effective August 1, the septic tank fee In Bradford County was raised from Therefore he reasons that HRH (theState Department of Health and The new $75 fee Includes a state-mandated minimum $50 for the permit,.
$15 to $75 as a result of a water quality bill passed by both legislative houses Rehabilitative Services) would probably/ group environmental health personnel plus two surcharges $7 for an accelerated, federally-mandated soils survey,
and signed into law by Gov. Bob Graham, July 1. Actually, the bill should not in such small counties into a district office to cut expenses. If this happens in Florida and$3 to be used for a septic-tank research program. Added to this
have been effective on that date, but local health officials\ could not comply, O'Neal foresees an end to local adnwiiutfalion! of such services as dealing Is another$15 earmarked for the county's environmental health trust fund br-
since notification of the new regulations were not received from Tallahassee with sanitary nuisances rabies co pollution surveys, water sampling inging the total permit cost to $75. .
until the middle the month. food borne illnesses and inspections bf restaurants, hospitals nursing homes,
Darrell O'Neal, local environmental health director, was disturbed by the grocery stores, emergency medical service" camp grounds, public swimming (See Septic; Tank.Permit Fees Up..p.zA ,

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Where to cut the tentatively sworth cautioned the 5 county com-
adopted 83-84 $3.3 million budget con missioners it is a spending bill with
V ., r I r' f y' tinues to puzzle Bradford County little looseness.The fund for new road
commissioners 'whodidn't make work has been increased to $130,000
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i much progress along that line Monday .as -
Aug. 1. : said he can find no other fundshe
Under consideration Is cutting the feels can be transferred for new
$8,700 now slated for'the volunteer road work without bringing on the ""
fire departments,''which Is the same danger of deficit spending.
amount as last year, plus$1,300 which "...it's possible to come up with
pays for the fire station at New River. some more money due to revised
Board members are thinking about It, federal revenue sharing figures. We
r.3 ; 0ryt o but want to check further. ought to be able to increase it (the
4, .new road work item) by $40,000,"
,Y ..C 'Clerk Gib Brown revealed that Tax Farnsworth said..
Collector Esther S. Hall has re- "We can flow that through for you,"
..i. "--'rt quested$71,000 (from the county in her the CPA continued then quickly cau-
r 1983-84 budget request. The commis- tioned, "Don't fund recurring ex-
l+ I sion currently has $92,000 budgetedbut penses with non-recurring money."
yyt CPA Pat Farnsworth assisting I Commissioner Carter retorted:
with the budget, recommended the "That was a mouthful, wasn't it?"
amount not be cut in case the amountis "We've got to do something to show'
T d t1iPl ttl : 41'rvJ ,s Yd needed. If not needed it could be some progess on this 4-cent gas tax,'
.transferred late in the year,,.Farn- ...other than a balanced budget" said
I t ; .sworthsaid. .. Chairman Lawrence Mosley

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', $ ,OOO the county Jut been giving U*y.7eooi+seivatiaaCPAFarnwort stated,;",
S t SS e na+ w' Starke Recreation Department. If the answering Mosley's sta meet.
1 to I city Recreation Dept. would stop "If we get It (the new road workfunding
,, charging out-of-city residents a $5. ) up to 200000...." said Farn-
participation fee, Commissioner sworth. .
Maxle Carter Jr. suggested he'd be But then Clerk Brown cautioned the
) 0SS'S willing to reinstate the county's dona- board saying October is traditionallya
:. tion.When slow month for income for the coun-
.,! iso i approving the new sheriffs ty. The carryover funds will be need-
budget (Monday was the deadline) ed to make payments until new tax
Farnsworth and Clerk Brown pointedout funds begin to come in,said the clerk.
kS.0 again that the tax collector, property Questioned by Chairman Mosley
: : : appraiser, and sheriff could appeal the clerk said he still looks for some

T e ,i S their budgets to the Department; $150,000 to $175,000 in carryover
of Revenue in Tallahassee, and the' funds.,
6 county would have to pay the increased -
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v v i AR amount if the DOR decided an oflclal.should Commissioners balanced the
( have more money.A 1983-84 budget last week by using the
frustrated Commissioner estimated $303,000 the county expectsto
; : Lawrence Mosley asked, "At what receive from the 4-cent. per gallon
'S in this structure do motor fuels tax _
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pusher, Meetings.An
pushee?" Future Budget ...

Only bright spot was an announce- 8 p.m. public hearing is set
ment by Clerk Brown that federal August 25,"a Thursday, on the
revenue sharing figures are up by 16 county's proposed uses of its federal

percent although no money. has been revenue sharing funds.
received. '"or course/ some of these
figures are a little hard .to take,". The first of two required public, r
"I ,, Brown cautioned, meaning he doean'ttrust hearings on the tentative budget is set
,) the figures until the increase is for 8 p.m. Sept. 6, a Tuesday. :

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presenting a. balanced budget The second and final public hear
t:',$;' which reflected the $500,136 in cuts ing on the new budget is set for 8 p.m.
; the board had made, 'CPA .Farn- Sept. 12, a Monday.
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{. Roscoe end Ralph Sony hav.'turned their Lake Butler lumber
The', BUS'Junior Vanity Cheerleaders received 'first place at camp In (Above The JV Cheerleaders have some tool fun at a car wash they held Jon I business Into a thriving father and son enterprise. .".
Deland, Ft:at Stetson University.They have received aa Invitation to compete -, Saturday to help raise money for the trip.Tfiey need about '800 each for
In Lot Calif, on the It cheerleaders who will on the trip.They would truly appreciate
In the National Cheerleadlng Competition Angeles go Tobacco Formers! 'In Troubl... J,
Donna Samons at 964-8689.
any donation made to them. Contact Sponsor
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111.1. Cindy (Middle ) Donna Samona cools off. (Lower Right) Cindy It's be.n..th..wor.t year ever" for or.a tobacco farmers In '
: The JV Cheerleaders whe art going to the camp are Tracy Rowan, Right Sponsor.
Winkle. Trrrl Fender Tammy.Morrow Shllynn Chaff Trade Clark Winkler join. In the fun.> '. Union and Bradford'County and the situation daunt seem to
I Erlka Green Stacey Reddish Pam Clark, Polly. GrUls.; Alternate Robin Lower Left) "We are great" said Cindy Winkler "And we are'going to' be Improving due overseas competition: .
Hersey and Sponsor Donott.Samons.Jfcir" California*" as the JV Cheerleaders signal 'We are number one,
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I i i Sheriff_ 'Apologizes. But Sticks.',to:His[ Gun,oix Liability in Emergency balls :. II


.. VW i rrJ' -; "Mosley said slamming fits fist down'on the, fireman would be
Obviously
A regretful'"' Sheriff Dolph Reddish covered under the county'nsurance\ Reddish'S statements about insurance Sheriff Reddish said he didn't ,
realize how sensitive the firemen are, the desk to emphasize his point. personally liable. Problem thecounty'
VI second that
the Heilbron 'while in their' liability. ,
'has for using private.automobile :
apologized program
A called by Mosley as needs be
from the Heilbron' recess was liability to addressed
Until
Homer Hart a a contingent
in said. Commissioner ,
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answering emergencyfire
,Springs "Fire Department the commission waited. for George Roberts The
s* d. county's-
fire Fire visited his' office pre-
of fire truck call., critic of funding the departmentswhich Department
example a
hypothetical with when
who was a client automobile'
Roberts sent liability insurance
h\a.\ Chairman ,Lawrence he are ineffective In most about making. example of their
wreck but.i i* slicking<< to guns' Commission' says. the commission called. does not extend coverage to a fireman,
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i Mosley, a long-tune supporter of the C811 8. department.* A motion and a secondretsalned on in a private car Roberts added. +
lawsbi volunteer firemen in their effort to Maybe the county needs another We're killing the fire departmentsoff ; .r
then It could the degrees. We should end It," the floor, reminded Clerk Brown. Mosley asked, no coverage"? Probably -
fire to the 4-cent gas tax, buy by.
it personally, provide protection county
"I dItt not mean talking
hell Lawrence was just the county's
"Awj some group policy
fire trucks the volunteer Mosley persisted.
of concern, finally became disgusted.S'41 'eight
fad tliaht'sn area
Sheri@ moish told the county WTO: \ "" ,wouldn't be a volunteer fireman. ; ,firemen''want, aUI ested,.Commissioner "Take the blue light away and theycan't Commissioner Carter told the is broadly written said Roberts
mission afternoon, .Aug.">.. 'Firemen let' noWn, but criticism. Maxie Carter"!Jr.:; trying to inject run up and down the road at 100 clerk. Sheriff Reddish askedVWould the
Monday "But if will make the motion
firemen '.We' ... them a football back some levity Into what was becoming mph and some of them would quit, someone county cover me in my private car
that using as ,
.{ to hs, warning I'll vo>e for :" Mosley l said ., with Mite "
freferrlirt call at highspeerBirspresentfi :and', forth,"' said ''CommissionerMoeley. .\ a tense situation said Commissioner Hart"Firemen It, light\ going to a fire? -No. ,,
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; an biIlty the county The fltemait see themselves '. 'We don't..n-s -a 'fulltlme fire \! see themselves as Good Would a fireman be covered? .. lo..., you change the entire
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said "That's Samaritans, 01 good citizens.They do Mosley asked, when Roberts arrived. classification, .Roberts replied. !
afford.. Sheriff Reddish said he as providing a needed service, saving' department, Mostey. I
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lean the firemen in unrealistic it to help the communitycountered Under the county's Workman' Com Who calls out the firemen The Jail,
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did receivephone, calls, /some from'volunt the homes of Bradford residents putting an '" .
radio
'. policy the insurance agent operatcr, Sheriff ">Reddish
MOIS ', pensation *
." fthemselves.\ ; l firemen, and ;,they aid are constantly"criticized" .' \ Mosley: ,p Condition tlon :01'the.,: Volunteer fire Commissioner' F.L.' '(Nook- !, Norman replied.. painted out, .a"werIn8.O'NII ques-

,some from. pr' IiiacUllllion.l: "1*move we take alt the- money outof departments Is "not their fault. It's asked. What do other counUIS'dot"'IjM..i,0j What If a fireman Is in a wreck on ,
** f '* told his fellow : ., i the way to a fire, Mosley pressed. ...In 'emeln..ir.leA t
insurance fI Roberts the fire departments, Mosley our. faulV Motlry :; : r'. Carter added. c s .rt4r!> > p
tWiU fund tire departments.. a private car,
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"1 'don't always go with the Sims, who said he's known Reed] Buy 1,309 more kilowatts of power
cheapest price, but It looks like It for 20 years, suggested Reedy Is from FPL 548 KW's coming; from a tr
here, said Starke Bond Trustee capable of training operators to use deal In which the city gave up its
Drew Reddish. the broker system and keep the city claim to natural gas credits, and the
The bond trustees recommendedand with the cheapest source of power other 349 KW's from Tallahassee'sshare
city commissioners voted for a4employee available at any time, and recommended of gas credits, which will cost
Apopka firm after two the council negotiate with Starke $34,900 or one-tenth of the
hours of discussion Tuesday night EPES about that. EPES could do thaijob market value of a kilowatt of elec
Aug. 2, to Install the tie-line controlsystem less expensively than R.W. Beck,, tricity. Tallahassee has sufficient
electric Sims said. generating capacity, is currently
for the city's two-way '
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tie with Florida Power & Light. Both Reedy and Smith Indicated, in building a power line to draw electricity
Choice was a $53,000 proposal from all probability, any trouble with the from Georgia, and was not in-
Electric Power Engineering Services systems would come in the first year. terested in getting generating capacity -
(EPES) of Apopka or a $106,000 bid More probably, if the equipment from FPL.
from Leeds-Northrup, Inc., (L-N) a works for 30 days it will be relatively _
$200 million company with an ex- trouble free, according to City Utility Since the litigation settlement with i
cellent national reputation. L-N sub- Director Merrill Dees. FPL, the push has been to implementthe $
mitted a bid which met EPES has put in tie-line control 2-way tie. Engineering work Is be-,:;, ....
specifications proper drawn for the city by systems in Homestead in 1978, plus ing done by R.W. Beck Co. of Orla -/, .. (, '
Chief Engineer Howard Sims of R.W. later Vero Beach,and St.Cloud. There do. fii' '
Beck & Co. EPES didn't submit a bid, has been only one real problem with
but made a late proposal."I his equipment since '78, Reedy said, Sewer improvements included In''' \
intended to submit a bid to be and that was easily repaired. the $2.9 million issue are: ,.. .-<
opened June 30. But in my judgementthe Construction bids are expected in t. ,
specifications were unnecessarily about two months for the 2-way power Switching the plant from .
involved and confusing. I took blanket tie. which will turn Starke into a anaerobic to aerobic digestion of ""':.. :, "
broker. able to buy from or solids,meaning from bacteria that '
and wrote own proposal power
exception my .... .
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," explained Irving Reedy, sell to any producer of electricity on need no source of outside oxygen to : .
of EPES. the state power gnd. Also included in bacteria that need an outside source ,
president
Reedy, retired from Orlando the city's recent $2,905,000 bond saleis of oxygen because they produce no rs
Utilities, described himself as "one of expansion and improvement to the oxygen. Aerobic bacteria digest ,
the daddies" of Florida power grid sewerage treatment plant as well as solids much faster than anaerobic
system, which the J-way: electric tie- the 2-way electric tie. bacteria.
in will give Starke access to. Equipment purchase bids are the ,...'j.. ,.,; ,. "
"In snort, I know about all there is latest move In the city's now-seven- Add clarification, improving and Jf; tJ., _" "I t"
know about systems," year-long effort to achieve the two- speeding up the plant's ability to
to power ."
tie with FPL. Biggest victory for separate solids from liquid.It 'f""r".t. ,
Reedy told the city council, saying he way ;;-- ';V '" ,. ," ,
was not bragging but that is simply a the city came in Feb. 1982 when FPL
agreed to allow Starke to have a is a:20-year improvement project,
fact.After retiring In 1978, Reedy, who 2-way tie, or parallel interconnection, meaning it is supposed to give the ', \
has an electrical engineering degree in exchange for dropping anti-trust plant built in 1963, capacity to carry
from Auburn, set up his own com- litigation against FPL. The historic its load for about that period of time. '
describing It as low-key, low- agreement was worked up by attorney The project Is being done with a,
pany Robert A. Jablon of the 75-23 federal-city grant from the U.S.
profile operation.
"I'm not a big company. All I can Washington D.C. based legal firm of Environmental Protection Agency. '
say is, I'm big enough. I can get the Spiegel and McDiarmid after a six- The sewer project originated in 1975
Job done." year legal battle. when engineer Don Ruckman of Bes-
LrN representative Stanley Smith The 30-year bonds, with an average sent, Hammock, and Ruckman of
from Atlanta said the big company'smain interest rate of 8.7 percent, were sold Jacksonville, started writing projectsto
advantage Is experience and April 9 by the bond underwriting arm secure federal funds to improve the '
back up. Smith, who grew up in of Fisher Johnson Allen It Burke ofSI.Petenburg. city sewer system. About $1 million Sailing Away... -
Jacksonville and said he remembers with City Clerk Neil has been spent with EPA par- Vince McLeod Is popularizing tailboardlng here In this known In Europe ai It is j:'"
many sunburns from Kingsley Lake Tucker and Mayor Vernon Silcox going ticipating over the past eight years, area with lessons at the public beach at Lake Geneva. For more on McLeod week's
said L-N has an office in Jacksonvillewith to Tampa to close the deal by sign Ruckman says, excluding the airport Sallboardlng, originally Invented In California In 1MT Bsection.and .
one resident engineer plus ing their names some 600 times each. property which the city does not now now gaining In popularity on the cant coast Is as well-
another office in Lakeland with two need for its treatment plant effluent.
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resident engineers ex- -
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companies offered one-year :
warranties after installation. Neither
Reedy or Smith would discuss the -Secure a parallel Interconnection,
competitor's equipment, claiming or 2-way tie, with FPL, giving the city
they hadn't seen the other's drawings. multiple sources of power, makingthe
Under questioning by Commissioners city electrical system more
Bobby Biggs and Jimmy reliable than ever before, plus enabl-
Crosby! Jr., neither Reedy or Smith ing the city to sell current since the tie" -
Would Impune the reputation of the,. runs two ways.
other, or say the competitor) equipment Essentially; Starke can become'a' I
) would not do the Job.3 '- power broker when the parallel intern]'
Finally, Commissioner Crosby ask connection Is completed, allowing the I'I
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ed Howard Sims, the city's electrical city to buy power from the cheapest that r
engineer if the Starke system was his source and to sell power to the highest
own, which, offer would he accept? bidder.That is what some cities, suchas
Sims said the lower price because he New Smyrna Beach, already do.
could fix the equipment if it breaks Purchase 20 megawatts, or 20,000
down with his own hands. Crosby kllowats, of current from FPL. ThatIs
retorted the city can hire someone to almost four times the 5,500 for $15Ci95
have that done. kilowatts of power the city is currently -

Reedy, under questioning, said his limited to by FPL. Only! E 'SJ ** because you
firm trouble-shoots first over the
phone. EPES asks the symptoms of Buy into FPL's St.Lucie II nuclear it hone and assemble rt yourself!
the problem, then suggests which col- plant of FPL for $80,000. That will
or programming to change. If that give the city access to 1.5 megawatts
doesn't work, an EPES man will be In of power, but it will take the twowaytie Crl
Starke In :3-4 hours Reedy said. with FPL to get it to Starke.



Tank Permits.
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O'Neal said the higher permit fee, obtained these permits. will not be blll-
following closely behind greatly in- ed.O'Neal
creased costs of septic tank Installations says if the predicted con s
due to changed water table requirements solidation of environmental health
have caused a negative service sections into a district office ,
public reaction here. Of the first five takes place because of the small coun--
applicants for permits at his office ties' inability to totally fund services
since Monday only one actually paid through fees It will cause great Iii--
the $75 fee, while four others walked convenience and delay to those -
out of his office permltless, O'Neal citizens accustomed to obtaining -
these services from their local health

said.With control of county environmental department. ,
services passing to HRS under the He said the new method of fundinf
new bill,the environmental section of would also doubtless curtail present 1 a
the health department here has been services provided by the health unit,
"demoted" from county status to a nursing staff. '"
"local unit," making It, In effect
"under" HRS.
The Bradford Board of Counts
Commissioners stated strong
tion to the bill In letters sent to the
legislative delegation last May. Rep.
Frank Williams and Sen. Bill Grant tt t- .
voted against the bill, while Rep.
George Crady of Yulee voted for it.
Because the bill Is held retroactive Available
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to'July 1, Bradford County's trust .J -
fund account In Tallahassee will be
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"docked" $300 for the $10 surcharge -I
fees on each of the 30 septic tank per- 42x11 %

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Maximum Reward Paid THURSDAY.MOMTOATIONCwiM 4MfCIAl i I extremely versatile. .

For Panther Killing Tip '. Ml lee..... practical! free-standing storage 5- helf
PHI $. 7 P.M. ,
Members Association of the'voted Wildlife to award AlertReward for instant"decorator' effect ;/ Htfe ; .ls 24x11'

$1,000, the maximum reward to be FRIDAY. Av.t a AblGW- S
paid for Information, to the individual CRAFT OuMmc.MilBradfordUnion ClinicA4uH What an attractive way to makeuse of valuable. '' : ;'i" ,
whose tip led to the arrest of two men Cure: Cmtor wall space. These appealing go-togethers boast r',.
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for killing a Florida panther. Old CMMtty CMirthwiM-Polta Signs solid wood posts and a simulated, ,walnut, finish. Corn<< +
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of Information received "
as a result caller who requested anonymity. Youth Dept.'.... ....... Church
from a
Hobby Is accused of shooting the I AM Boll ...... Old Uwfoy RoodTUiSDAY. .
panther with a handgun, a third-
degree felony, and with possession ofa :Auamt tMOOKIft :
panther an endangered species. COUNCIL ; :DENMARK FURNITURE
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Thomas Is charged with possession of Mooting TiM *M.
which is thirddegreemisdemeanor. -
a panther a .
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HAMPTON COUNCIL 434 w; Call Street Starke, f 1
The Wildlife Alert Reward Association Mooting P.M. /'* *

a 13-member committee appointed 964-5826. 964-5827?,
by the Game and Fresh Water AUGUST I -
Established in 1923
Fish Commission provides cash KOOOMOMllChambor .
rewards for Information which leadsto .f Commoreo -
of wildlife law violators. ,
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Nursin Home[ '
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ConsideredAn : J Js A third month of $1 million-plus in 225900.
building permits was recorded In July
for Starke and Bradford County. Zoning Approved ,;
application by Florida Convalescent ii For Hospital Expansion ;
Centers, Inc.,of Tallahassee,fora July permits totaled $1.271,248, buts The county zoning board approveda
120-bed nursing home facility at an' ( more significant than million-plus change in classficaUon from R-IA to
unspecified site In Bradford County totals in February and May because it B-2, a commercial classification but
will be under consideration, by the is more basic construction, says the only one allowing hospitals, for
Board of Directors of the North Cen- Assistant Zoning Director Janet the expansion which will double the
tral Florida Health'Mannina Councilat Turner. The large totals In Februaryand size of the hospital.The .
its August 27. ,meeUtfg Jtt March Included the Starke
Gainesville.At st 1 1X sewage treatment plant improvements
and the hospital will own 11.9 acres of
{ n new apartment
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property, including the site.
the complex on SR-16 west in Starke. present
6 meeting'In t the VA
p.m.
A non-public fish pond was approved -
Medical Center on S.W.Archer Road { i if v for developer Jack Courtnay.
the board will consider proposal in July totals, Turner points out are
terms of community need potential made up of more basic and wide-
impact on other related services, and spread construction projects.For In other action, the county zoning
the relationship of the proposal to the instance: board:
council' adopted health plans.
Members of the public and others affected There are 12 single family
by the proposed project are invited residences, including three over .Saw a replat of Pine Song Subdivision -
to be heard at the meeting in t{ : : : $100,000. owned by Col.James A. Griffin,
Room A-12S of the medical center. r. Five commercial permits includea presented for comment only by
Lillian Stump of Starke Is a memberof + 10,000 square foot addition to Bradford surveyor Pat Welch. Some lots have
the board. Furniture and the new wellness been decreased in size, Welch said.
center at Bradford Hospital.lnc. Col. Griffin wants the development
Bradford County is In a six-county oA new Baptist church at Hamptoh. annexed into the city and wants city
''health-planning district. ,Including 74 permits were issued in July, In- water and sewer service.
Alachua Union, Gilchrlst.,Dixie, and cluding:
Levy Counties. ,12 permits for single family Was shown plans for a mobile
residences, totaling in value 633718. home subdivision on Pleasant Grove
FCC Inc., which Is located at '345 : *- c4 r- -19 mobile home permits, $162,780. Road owned by Mark Olin. The
Magnolia Drive, Suite B14 : i -37: permits for additions, totaling change to be requested is from RSF to
Tallahassee, has filed letters of intent $122,150.One MH-1. .
(to apply for certificates of need) for permit for the new church, The zoning board's only commentwas
120-bed nursing homes in 20 Florida a. $66,700. that play areas should be Included -
counties, Including Alachua, Flagler, -5 commercial permits, totaling in the developments.
and Bradford.

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by Elizabeth Walker

phone'Concerned Citizens.961-6683.. to Vote

The Concerned Citizens of Bradford r
County, Inc. will sponsor a Come ti
Together Day Saturday, August 13 at ty. .
the RJE Complex. .. lyh 'a w f- ,
There will be talent activities. The .
public is invited to attend. at 1080 Pine
Street, Starke. REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE

Rochelle D. Jenkins FOR
John W. Everett

W' Recently .' 'Speedville Washout... CITY OF HAMPTON
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Jenkins of

Lawtey announces the'marriage-of A Z-inch gully-washer 'Sunday daY.
theif' Rochelle _
drug ter Denise- to'I
finishing touches on washouts the
John Wilbert Everett of Ft. Bragg, on was to widen the shoulders, slope them
; Speedville Road [
paved near Keystone
N.C. ),down into the large ditch, and then put August 12 1983 5
The'wedding was lield'a" the home Monday. mornlna' saw' a county shoulders in the worst places.Main pro- p.m.
,3 'of WUbert and Jessie Jenkins in the' 1 shovels to fill In the washouts;one of I / beginning of the new pavement just

raw presence.!.,lI..everatAritndar..nd.1. ; .shown above being examined Monday \ ;re there.. is a sharp-angle.. .,.downward1:;:'
""* ', Commissioners Mlnlle--Carter .J'> ** .w : ?
JI: relatives.tI Jr. !: ti.grtff:: "
F1FS ntpMoit wu held to owiniI; et 4i'reae*u litskley,a BoiMf-narernWst, ::;i ./, *MidV"jJ. o Road are wilt OmmaW; .v '"". .rmI'J' -Iti"" "f' Ele' t Qnr! Office Open<;r.o, 0(0//' () ,w' (
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cerem Immediately following the -sioner. Homer Hart'had just stepped. \ p.m.
,ceremonies to travel,to Ft. Bragg.: range. commissioners'p
paid $120,800 for the limerock base and PHONE: 964.6280 I II
-- _.._- This is one of the few places where the' 2.. miles of Speedville Road and .6 .
was undermined, but the quick Lakes Estate Road. The county did the I
loss of any pavement.The Neva Flynn'Supervisor

road had washed out during connects SR-100 with SR-21, and
County Road Dept. responded.by to Melrose. of Elections
washouts with asphalt, but the hard rain commissioners criticized their paving
out different places; Monday morning Silver Lake area Bradford County
0 So, engineer Jerome Kelley was called Courtnay replied, "At least the road is
with Road Foreman Crawford and some ,you, personally." 1" 'h .. _
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... News and Activities, ServicemenWilliam: -
,.

In everything 4-H does, it strives to Lane., Jr. Sgt. John If.-Brackett CUT THROUGH ,
do its best for the young people of To Serve' Leaves for'Duty" .
Bradford One project that offers
County. Cod 'J
young people a lot of practical On USS Cape -Marine Sgt. John H. Brackett son v ,
hands-on skills is our 4-H Hog and Navy Boatswain's Mate 1st Class of Evelyn G. and John H. Brackett of .
Ham project'that involves raising, William Lane Jr., son of Lydia and Lake Butler, recently departed on a ,. IDLE GOSSIP -
slaughtering and packaging your own William Lane, Sr. of Starke recently- deployment to the Western Pacific.departed .. .
market hog. .- on a .deployment to the He is a member of Marine Fighter Attack '
You are probably wondering why Western Pacific. Squadron 333, Marine Corps Air 'J: __
anyone would want to go through Mate tat Class Lane is a Station. Beaufort. S.C. ?! '
these procedures, but for Andy and crewmember'of the destroyer tender During the deployment,his unit will.; '. 7 Lets Talk CALL WAITING
: Amy 't'iIonJ the 4-H'ers'participating USS Cape;"Cod,: homeportcd .San1 participate in various training exer* ':
la this project it's well worth their Diego. : -' class ,with other U.S. units p t V!
time.. Nat only do the 4-H'ers learn ''" Vbu'll never get through to anyone at home if the tots!them switch between the two calls.It Just about
about feeding''and managing their r" !i/: phone's in use.And Call Waiting Isn't. puts busy signals out of business.
bog, but by the time the slaughtering.. Call Waiting puts you through even when your Vtou+ need Call Waiting.So don't waft Pick up your.
and packaging process' over they Dr. Dennis Connaughton : ;;,. 'home phone s busy lets whoevers on the phone phone and call Continental.We'll put you through.
know all the retail of
of cuts
heart.' Since the slaughtering pork and by (Associated with Df. Harry Gruen) ,': answer your call,and put the other on hold. It even And Chars no Idle promise.

packaging done at the University of w
Florida Meats Lab, the 4-H'ers also. Now Announces
get to take advantage of the latest

equipment and technology of thp processing EVENING ''DENTAL'.SERVICES 4 ,
procedure.Certainly .

every youngster, this prp In 4 ject'wouldn't-H, but for those suit Tuesday -. Thursday 6-9 PM or, ...... ,. ";;' .. '" 1.i:.:" '.\;:::'" ,. ...

interested in swine management and ". ,.<. ;1,11', !; .. .'%
meat processing It offers great opportunity .'459 W.. Call 9645152 ,.tl' .'(.'';.''. t.: Ii'n'! ,.'.., I ..
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for learning hands-on experience ,-,. .. '
4-H is full of exciting experiences < .1" 4Ri: }'
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for young people torn joy.If' '...., j" 'V. -,'1 ,' U b'i "'
the ,one explained above doesn't (
satisfy your needs you have 88 other \ '
choices to choose fromt Call the 4I -'"' Dr. Gianas & Dr. Cienki .I "\\.1:.1 ii" '> .
p' I .
office at e&H28O,ext.229"for more In .... l ,' '7!
formation., \ : :PI'
Announce The G.. . old YouAttendlni Kiiow .....;.... 'l '
the Florida Coaches :' Ope lheir K .
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Association annual ,conferences In \
Orlando Thursday to Saturday were
Jimmy Prevatt, Mike Hartley.Coach, Medical, Practice
Genera
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.. GtriTORlALS '" : Corn 'Likker9 Helped! ; el$; ob Done ;; '

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i. .'. "''*'J,;- 1 At 'Ho e-SlipplR' 80 Years Ago,

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New Law ,
Typical"t of'farm houses built by early settlers '
i of this area Is the one pictured here, d /

? Local Health ,ServicesWhile which Is till standing in northwest Baker '
Of County and Is the childhood home of Elder t/ i .
Odla M. Yarbrough of Starke. The house \ .
was sketched by Carol Baker,a member of
Bradford Countians, and other There is also the matter of. fixing fees the Macclenny Art Group, during the

c Floridians, have not fully recovered for these heretofore feeless services. As Bicentennial Celebration In Baker County.

from the shock of having the cost expressed in a June 27 letter from environmental 'Elder Yarbrough, who has lived at 530,

tic tank installations double and trip section director. Darrell W. Weldon St. in Starke for the past 15

because of changes in water table re- O'Neal to the Bradford County Commission years, recalls that his father County David Jesse
who we to. charge for Yarbrough, moved to Baker In 1903
the revelation "How or are
quirements, comes now : from Moniac, Ga., near the St. Marys
investigations
of a new law, passed unnoticed by the such services as nuisance complaint) River. His father bought 80 acres of land

)933 Legislature, that will increase the dog bites for rabies,'or a ,and a log house (not the one shown here)

cost of septic tank permits up to as demand service such as a food-borne illness for 300. A "new" house was built in 1903
investigations for with heart pine lumber bought for $12 per
outbreak
much 600 in some counties. or
as percent Watertown mill at Lake
thousand from the
contaminated wells or. lakes? Nobody
Bradford's increase is 500 percent City.
One thing is
know the answer.
from $15 to. $75. Included in this fee are ,seems to Health Department is beIng Jesse and Arabelle Canady Yarbroughhad
the
such state-mandated surcharges as $7 certain law 12 children with the only survivors A
soils totally restructured by this new now being Odls, of Starke; Gladys Harvey, w
statewide !
for a survey
financing state-mandated programs who still farms .1,1llyttY'
with emphasis on of Macclenny; and Jesse,
and $3 for a fund to. carry out a septic over local concerns or needs. on a place Just across the road from the old
tank research homestead.
program.
"One of the beauties of the Health .. C4;
of state bungling on Large families seem to be a trademarkof "
example
As an Department in the past was that we the Yarbroughs. Odls boasts of ten I I/#0)4' ...Ii" li I
which ,
the law seems 1.
such matters, new were able to. rally our resources and children (five boys, five girls), 38 grand- ".,I i ,,';It l,{.
to. have been passed with no publicity, needed in "
around what was children, and 39 greatgrandchildren.Elder I '
1 the date manpower \ 'b J./
was signed into effect on July the public .u
for the new fees to go. into ef- the community to protect of Starke, spent his childhood In this typical
specified health. In opinion, the Health Yarbrough describes himself as a Elder Odls M. Yarbrough constructed
fect. The local health director says the my will be strictly "foot-washing, hardshell Primitive Baptist "double-pen" farmhouse In northwest Baker County. It was
in- Department soon of breed of religious wood" and Is still standing today..
first he heard of the mandatory service oriented Preacher, one a of fat "lighter
than "
10. It was well into. regulatory rather fundamentalists who are not too numerous
the creases middle was of on July July before information as we have attempted to. be. today, but are still strong! in their tradi- cold the juice froze In the Cane stalks and slope to its new location.

received "The unfortunate reality of all of tional customs. The Oak Grove congregation they would pop and crack as they went At that point, Jesse Yarbrough fetched,
were
concerning the regulations meets on the first and third Saturdaysand milkBut gallon jug of corn liquor he had stash-
the out
a
by health officials, and the law could these changes is that the people of Brad- Sundays In each month, and the an- through ed away in the house. "He gave everybodya
not possibly be implemented here until ford County will have more statutes or nual meeting,'where the traditional foot- the cooperative event he remembersbest good stiff drink, and after another roundor
August 1. But the State insists that the rules with which they must comply, and washing Is held, is a three-day gathering in is a"house-slipping"back in the early two that house went up the hill like
built the housein
April of each year. Foot-washing is a 1900s. Soon after his father Odls Yarbrough/ says,
these ,
for
collected from that will have to con greased lightning
fees should have been they pay solemn ceremony in which the members 1903 on somewhat low land, there camea "It was in place and leveled
July 1, so. the county's environmentalhealth trols out of their own pocket. I know this take turns washing each others feet as a wet season and so much water stood on with off a on chuckle.blocks by dark!"

fund, on deposit in Tallahassee, to. be a burden, as I meet people every symbol of humility, as depicted In the Bible the ground the family was afraid to drink andY

will be debited $300 for the $10 sur- day in my office who ask now they are Elder. Yarbrough also "pastors" the from their shallow In those well days.because "of other Like"frontier"Starke. Lake towns Butler of that Raiford period, It,
basic Salem'' Primitive Baptist Church near diseases prevalent
issued here in Ju- to for these re-
charges on 30 permits going pay < seems that Sanderson (the early county

ly. So. much for Tallahassee inefficien- quirements." (End quote). LakeCHy. So it was decided to"slip" the house to. seat of Baker County) and DarbyvWe
of Macclgn-
Apparently, the State is passing more "People used to live for one another In higher ground on the west side of the 40: (later) were given rough its places present to name live in those days

cy.The real rub in the new law (HB-238 and more of the burden expense, and ihe old days-but not any more,"Mr. Yen Thirtyen gathered and started slipping ny with Saturday night "shootouts" and frequent -;
Senate bill) is that by responsibilities of State governmentback brough says. "If one of our neighbors was the house along the length of pine murders and other crimes. "Why-
and its companion
had been removed -
bark
sick, we'd get together and go over and logs from which the down
President trains pulled
1 1985 local environmental health to the counties, just as oon The were wet down even .the passenger
July ground, plant his seed, and then the top side. log full ahead with
shades and speed
services must be TOTALLY funded by Reagan is attempting to pass more and harvest ,his crop if he was sick long 'with water to make them slippery and the ,their whistle wide ran while passing
the
open
fees collected for these services in the more of the Federal burden back to the enough. 'We',had fodder pollings, corn men, straining from daylight to'dusk westend through town," Mr. Yarbrough says.
counties. It is impossible, according to. States. Already the county has been shuckmgs, and cane grlndings as com- managed to "slip" the house to the
200 miles munity get-togethers.." He remembers one of the 40. Here they were stalled, In his opinion, perhaps the "good old
our environmental health services saddled with maintaining over cane grinding when the weather was so without enough energy! left to push it up the .days" weren't so"good' after all.
director, for small counties, such as of. secondary. roads;formerly maintained -

Bradford, to fund these services totally by the Department of Transportation. -

by fees. Now we will have to dig up addi-

tional service fees and a 500 percent Notebook by BobbyL.Taylor I
reasonable to
it is ex- Agent's'
Consequently County
septic tank permit increase, and at the Bradford County Agent
pect that HRS, which is apparently aiming same time lose control of administeringhealth

health for services greater and control their funding over county, will services to our.citizens at the Several Insects 'and related pests are burrow deeper until favorable hatch during May,it Is possible to prevent '.

combine these units in several local level with a minimum of expense common in lawns In our area this time 01 temperatures and moisture are reached. most damage which occurs later in the,
likely and inconvenience. year. Chlnctubugs, spittlebugs and boo- Mole crickets are most active at night year by proper timing of insecttctde'ap-
district office
small counties into a Som especially after a rain or irrigation and ,
mudagrass mites suck plant juices. plications. In university experiments best <
where citizens must report in order to. How such 'a bill slipped through the such as mole crickets: white! grubs and when the temperature Is above 70'F.When results have been obtained by. applying a' '
receive the many services now being Legislature with so little notice, blllbugs live in the soil and damage the conditions such.as these exist, they will, bait with low percentage'bactive' ingre-1'
rendered the environmental sectionof perhaps we'll never know. Could it be plant roots. Others, including sod wet come to the.surface and make burrow in. fjdients.It-It Is very important to apply baits) _
by It is that HRS knows more)about lobbyingthan worm' and armyworms,, eat the gras.' the upM* Inch of two of,soil.1:Damage to., ',,evenly 1I\fer soil iurfacesl l. Baits should be' i
local health department. easy
the but'
t throughfeedingron the roots,
leaves.To these can be added othe primarily
Welfafe"of the low groups applied as damage appears during July
to' imagine the additional expense, in- it does about the Insects and related pests, such as fleas, their burrowing loosens the soil causingthe August, and September. :irrigate before
convenience, and delay this will cause income citizens of Florida's small coun- earwigs millipedes chiggers, sowbug grass to dry out and sometimes application and after applying sprays. Do
Bradford County citizens. ties? and snails that do not damage the lawn but become complztely uprooted. The not irrigate after applying baits.
may become nuisances because of their meandering burrows of mole crickets are Mole cricket baits with various amounts.
biting people crawling into houses, about W to 1" in diameter and easily seen of active ingredients of Baygon, Dursban,
garages, swimming pools etc. in short mown' grass or newly planted Malathion orToxaphene are available to

Santa Fe River Deserves Insects are only one of the many cause areas. homeowners. Be sure to follow directionson
of thinning out of off-color areas in grass Since mole crickets have only one the label when applying PfIt,1cIde8.:
I Diseases, nematodes, dry weather am generation per' year and most nymphsAll
nutritional' disorders are frequently!;
'Outstanding WaterDesignationAn responsible for such Injury. It is Important

to be sure of the cause so the proper treat la Bradford 'Dragging Its Feet'. '
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correct the
ment can be used promptly to
After all..what trouble without the needless waste 01 .
consideration. "
important step toward preservation same tributaries? pesticides and without further damage tithe On The Path of Excellence in Schools I
would river be without its "
a !
of the Santa Fe Swamp has been grass. ,:
taken by the County Commissioners of Not only is it the main tributary to the Mole crickets live in the soil and feed on t'o'o

Gilchrist and Columbia Counties. They ,Suwannee, but the Santa Fe is the only grass roots. The adults are about IVi. In ( n Letter to the School Board of Bradford County)
brown'ln color. Th
ches longand light <
have given their support to. a move by ''tributary located wholly within the
front legs are ,a rt'and stout and wet
are hearing for each level.
over our country we grade
Coalition to provide of the State of Florida. The,
River the soil.
the Suwannee jurisdiction adapted for tunneling through cries for change and reform that Then the School Board could make
additional protection for the Santa Fe Gilchrist Commission gave unanimous The eggs arelald in the spring, several; are much needed In our schools. We changes to the proposals if

River, the dividing line between Brad- support to the petition, which is plannedto Inches below the soil surface.The nymphs! are moving in the right direction; necessary and,Implement them Immediately -
ford and Alachua Counties. be presented to the.Environmental hatch In approximately two weeks, and but are we dragging our feet? '
Commission at its meeting look like the adults except they are smaller Let Bradford County be part of the Before we can improve the quality '
The Coalition will petition the Florida Regulation and lack fully developed wings. The nym solution instead of part of the problem of education, we must be..CONSl&-
acts
Environmental Regulation Commissionlater Aug. 31-Sept. 1. If the Commission' phs develop throughout the summer and -a problem that Isn't Just local TANTI We can move ahead and
this month to. designate the Santa favorably on the petition a public fall:The following spring there they are mature but Is nationwide. Let the other make other necessary changes If we'
"Outstanding workshop will be scheduled to receive and ready to lay eggs. is only one counties look to Bradford as a modelof ,. are unified. Communication will not
Fe River system as an information from citizens and property generation per year. excellence In education. coat the taxpayers an additional pen.
Florida Water" a designation that the tributaries.One ,Adult mole crickets are readily attracted How can we effectively makedesired ny_There's truth in the adage..
would afford protection to. this primary owners in counties along to lights, especially in the spring changes'? Please consider' "United we stand, divided we laUl'

tributary to the Suwannee River from of the main reasons for seekingthe during their mating flights Most of their forming a. committee of parents, Bradford County has the leadership -
manufacturing Outstanding Florida Water designation life, however, is spent in the soil. During school board members; administrators if utilized to become an educa-

discharges.industrial or is to, protect the' Santa Fe from periods of drought or cold weather, they : ,. and .teachers to propose tional children front worth runner.us communicating. Aren't,, our .

Designation as an "Outstanding discharges that might result from peat 1 i.A standard: county-wide grading and learning from one another ,

Florida Water" would require that any mining in the vast' Santa Fe Swamp, FORESTRY scale. Please let's not hesitate another'

water discharged into the river be of the which is part of the headwaters. systemfor 2. A standard grade point system ,moment. The time to. act Respectfully Is NOW! :

the Suwannee. I IN BRAD COUNTY for grades K12.
same quality as water taken from the OpD ,3. Specific promotional guidelinesThe Melody Kirkland
river. This would affect only new 'The Bradford County Commission l|
discharges, and presumably would apply was asked Monday to take similar ac- *s======s. Bradford County Forester ,

to mining, as well as "industrial and tion to ,that of Gilchrist County, but:a "
manufacturing" operations. decision was delayed pending receipt Now that the lazy; hazy days of summerare

In presenting .the matter to. the and study of the proposed resolution. If with can us make, so fire a tree insect appear pests.very Some sick insects -, Robert Lee Seals Ties with,British Rotarians I

Gilchrist Commission, a representative other counties which do not even touch but are really not pests at all.One of the in- 'MW' v '
the Santa Fe River, deem it of enough sects that can do this is called
of the Suwannee Coalition pointed out be the "Outstan- "PSOCIDS." international aspect of Rotary International branch 01 u *family may have come from a
that the Suwannee River has already importance to given Brad- This insect 'is not a pest in,Florida, has been demonstrated by RobertM. Salisbury.. England,a city of which Wilton B
been designated an "Outstanding ding Waters" designation, surely although it lives on trees and frequently Lee of Wilton, Conn whose wife Is the laaluburb.'j_ "
Water and since the Santa Fe ford and Alachua Counties which have: causes great concern to the homeowner ,former Helen Dowling daughter of Mrs. On his recent visit to England.; Mr'.Cite "
Florida the Suwannee so much at stake in the proposal, should when found on valuable trees. Large Cleone Dowling of Starke, and the late E.J. joined his daughter Nancy, at .the town1,
is the major tributary to example. numbers of adult insects can be observedon Dowling, Sr. reception. She resides In London't
it is logical that it should be given the follow.''heilgood\ the trunks of hardwoods particularlyoaks Mr. Lee vice-president and president- where she is a textile designer '.1 i .
beneath the fine silken webbing they elect of the'Wilton Rotary Club invited Itwas on an earlier visit,In 1981,that the .;
construct and live under.These insects DO Ralph Morrow, the mayor of Wilton, 'International Rotarian connection was'inItiated. -,
Fall RegistrationSanta NOT Injure the tree, but feed on lichens, England to attend a charter night; marking ; Mr.Lee met Morrow. when president
fungi, and dead plant material. the rebirth of the Wilton,Conn Rotary of the English' club, and told 1 him of '
Fe College Usually the first noticeable sign Is thefine Club, which had disbanded afterWorld plan* to rejuvenate the Connecticut, dub.,'
silken webbing. This silken webbinghas War II.Returning. ' 'Morrow agreed to be an honorary sponsor,
a silvery sheen,is quite noticeable and the compliment, the British and also to attend tile group ,
i Fall registration for Santa Fe Com terpersonal Communication, Introductory cover a portion of the tree trunk mayor Invited Lee to attend a fund-raising, nl i
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munity College Starke Classes at Sociology,Social Sciences. and may limbs. tree-planting .ceremony. (In Wilton,, Lie in London: Mr.Lee also bad the op-,
Bradford High School' underway Fundamentals of Phy. Science'daily World These Insects'' are commonly called England' portunity to meet with member, of 1M'ED&l1sh
from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.Monday Business Writing; Modern "tree cattle." When the silk webbing Is ;' The Rotary Club of Wllt n,Conn.agreedto ,. royal ', ;

through Thursday. History Basic Math Skills Lab.Major removed, these insects all move away In a donate 1500 to UKI English club, and ,. ... :, \s. 1r i
A special evening registration session Religions-20th Century, Introduction group similar to a herd of cattle. Although they, In turn will participate In a tree- fI --...'
,. will be held tonight (Thursday) to the Humanities, Introduction to these Insects are more' noticeable duringthe planting ceremony In Rotarian Lee's hometown i" =.. ,'

from 6 to 7 p m at the Starke Office in Logic and Intermediate Algebra.the summer, several generations: can.oc .. / ',
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(Lorrie Chappell and Leonardo Dicandio. III Marry July 2 in Keystone Heights



l and secured her veil case Finger foods and hors I
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I L.Miss Lorrie Chappell daughter of overlay bib bddiee effect, V-cut back that fell Into a cathedral length and d'oeurvers were served Including a I
Crystal Lake, and Leonardo Veto carried a abort cascade of pink roses Irridescent sparkles. She carried a fruit. Cutting the cake were Mrs. Bet-,
(Buddy) Dicandlo. Ill, son of Mr. and white and pink carnations,JIIy-ol-th. cascade bouquet of red roses centered ty Griffis and Mrs. Betty Burke.
Mrs. L.V. Dicandlo, Jr. of Starke, valley, stephanotis and ivy with two white orchids:: and llly-of-the- The punch table held a flowing
were united in marriage Saturday valley. punch fountain and silver punch bowl.
July 2, in the First Baptist Church In Attendants were Catherine Sutton A reception was held In the Trays held nuts, mints and cheese
Keystone Heights with Rev. Donald of South Carolina and Vicky Sheffield. Fellowship Hall. The bride and balls. The groom's cake table also
Scheetz performing the nuptials. Junior bridesmaid were Wendee Hall, groom's immediate family greetedthe held nuts and mints along with the
Presenting a program of nuptial Kim Grim and April Dicandio.Their guests at the door. groom's cake. Serving were Misses
music were Stephanie Wheeler of gowns were similar to the honor at- lip t The Hall was decorated with palms Robin Hersey, Gloria Roberts, Polly
Keystone,pianist,and Pat Crawford, tendant. ,They carried cascade bouquets 1 c ? ti and ferns at points of interest also Griffls and Mrs. Melissa Smith. Also
Miss Sharon Fussell and Mrs. La Von of pink roses, white and pink with candelabras and flower ar-. assisting were Mrs. Sharon Scheetz,
iDrivas. soloists. carnations,. lily-of-the-valley,. 1 rangements. Flowers also decoratedthe Mrs. Sandee Hall and Ricky Griffis.
I Highlighting the altar was a fan- stephanotis and daisies. I Ait piano.The bride's book table held Following a wedding trip through
jjhaped candelabra balanced by two two baskets of silk roses. Rice bags Georgia and Six residing Georgia,
ftpiral candelabra with white tapers; Flower glrla _were Bobbl Louise were handed out by the brides the couple Is on Bessent
Iwo baskets of pink and white Peterson cousin, Melissa Odom. Miss Sharon Road.
Teal l, Crystal Peterson, Elaine The bride and groom are both
(gladiolus, mums and baby's breath Maxwell of Keystone kept the bride'sbook.
against a background of palms and Christi Odom and Brandi! Lewis. graduates of Bradford High School.
ferns. The windows were decorated The bride,given In marriage by her The bride's table was centered by a The bride Is employed at Nationwide
with flowers and candles. White satin father,wore a white gown with Queen three tiered cake topped with a bride Insurance and the groom Is parts
bows with miniature bouquets mark- Anne neckline of chantllly lace, ac- and groom and decorated with salesman for Blount Pontiac In.
ed the family pews. Sliver cented with Venice lace': sheer illusion bridesmaids going up a spiral stair': Gainesville.BILL .
candelabras highlighted the piano. sleeves with chantilly appliqueswith .
Mid organ. attached Venice ruffle at waist ; .
Leon Dicandlo, Jr. served as' best fitted bodice, flowing skirt of chantilly i t
man. Ushers were Michael Chappell, with Inset of chiffon bordered into a
-Frank Swindell William Parrish. scalloped train of chantilly and chiffon -
Bobby Martin and Robbie Shannon. bodice accented with pearls andsequins.
Chad Welch was ringbearer.Mrs. The train was accented with k.Mr. HOLLISTERSales '.
Frances Crockrell served as Irridescent sparkles. She wore a pearl Consultant ..'
matron of honor. She wore a suede necklace, a gift from her parents and ((904)) 376-1286 :
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and blue button mums and baby's work for your company and get the exper-

breath.Attendants were Miss Galle Fennell .and Mrs.Buddy Dicandlo tise of health care specialists for your company -

of Jasper, cousin of the bride, Miss individual needs, plus the security ofa '
Angela Meng, Jacksonville, Miss solid insurance company-Blue Cross and ;.
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Miss the last Dana three Meng are nieces of St.of Petersburg the groom., 9 The Social Side Give me a call today and your company
Their gowns were fashioned Identicalto can start enjoying complete health care protection
the honor attendant. They wore : tomorrow-from Blue Cross and Blue
baby's breath in their hair and carried Shield of Florida. SBhwCroa*
arm bouquets of daisies, blue TheSociety SO I ""
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J father, wore a white Southern Belle C*
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sweetheart neckline and lace bishop pny ... _-
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secured to a lace Juliet cap. She
carried a nosegay of stephanotis
white sweetheart roses, mixedminiature
carnations, alstrameria
lilies and baby's breath.A .
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Meng home, parents of the groom.
Palm trees and potted plants were
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LCPL and Mrs.:John P.Meng placed at vantage points.
The three serving tables were
The Hampton .Baptist 'Church in covered with Army/Navy cloths. The
'H )mptoru"as the setting for the marfuiq bride's cake was over a flowing water'' .,. ... _
rig : ] lamb, i fountain.:'Cutting the cake were1 Mrs: -j'' ". d u. -
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Mrs. Paul I. Meng of Hampton Lake. d.' 'j '.
Rev.. Reed Jones performed the The groom's cake table and punch
nuptials on Saturday, July 16, at 6:30 table were centered with a large blue
p.m."t and white flower arrangement.: Bradford County Telegraph
Mrs. Martin Meng, sister-in-law of Presiding at the punch bowl were
the groom pianist, presented a program Mrs. William Stone and Miss Lori
of nuptial music. Stone.
The altar was decorated with a Assisting in serving were Mrs.
crescent arch:: of white gladiolus andbaby's Harold Waters Mrs. Richard Mowry Now is the time to order a Subscription
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were Mike and Joe Meng, brothers of The bride is a 1983 graduate of
the groom. Eastslde High School, Gainesville, I
Mrs. Aubrey Land of Mayo, cousinof and was employed by U.S. Solar Cor-
the bride,was matron of honor.She poration in Hampton.The The is the best
wore a white sundress with small blue groom is a 1982 graduate of Telegraph possible way
flowers accented by a blue satin sash Bradford High School. He is a Lance
and rows of lace at the hemline. With Corporal in the U.S.. Marines. His '
this she I wore a blue organza field is Aviation Electrician.

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night in the Presbyterian FellowshipHall mints. Crystal and silver trays held ,,
for Steve and Sylvia Knoll who cookies dip, crackers and chips. At j ,.,
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tiny baby socks and lace and a There was a guessing game for
boutonniere of baby blue socks for those present to guess whose pictures,
Steve. taken of different members of the ,..
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lace and daisies and filled with baby games were enjoyed by the 95 guests v;' ;
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I'', Lawson Honored at Going-Away PartyMrs. Receives Music AwardCaryl ._ I


H.A. Lawson was complimented held an assortment of hors d'oeurves, Elizabeth Lawson and Agnes Morar.
at a "farewell party" finger sandwiches and candles. They celebrated their Golden wed- Nazworth, son of Mr. and I-

Saturday morning given by Mrs. C.N. Assisting serving were Mrs. L.H. ding anniversary five yean ago at a Mrs Franklin Nazworth of Starke, -1
Christy, Mrs. J.H. DuPre, Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Earl Searing Mrs. C.H. reception at the Madison Street Baptist has been chosen to receive the Jimmy
Charley Johns, Mrs. Carl Sapp, Mrs. Nasworthy, Mrs. C.G. HU1, Mrs. A.Y. Church Fellowship Hall. Sepielll, Jr., Music Scholarship from
Guy Sale and Mrs. W.B. Mundy at the Covington, and Mrs. Keith Gill- Mrs. Lawson was a retired school the Santa Fe Community College.
Kingsley Lake home of the latter. ingham. teacher starting In Auburndale and Daryl is a 1983 BHS graduate. He

At points of Interest in the party ,u,.. and Mrs. Lawson moved to then to other teaching spots In Florida was a member of the BHS band,
rooms were potted plants and colorful Live Oak two weeks ago to be near Including several In the Brad- chorus and Chamber Singers. He
African violet. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ford County School rears m, went to state competition with the
The refreshment table was covered and Mrs.Joe Jordan, after livin chorus.
with a white linen cloth and centered for 49 years 43 years In their lovely He plans to attend SFCC and then ,.R
with an arrangement of shasta large home on N. Temple Avenue sur- Mr. Lawson was on the school go on to the University of Florida.
daisies. Pouring Iced coffee were rounded by trees. board for 24 years and was owner of a Daryl was chosen by the SFCC En- r
Mrs. Louie Wainwright of The Lawson's pecan have two sons meat processing plant, retail and dowment Corporation to receive the

Tallahassee, Mrs. L.F. Dinkins and Charles and James Alton (Bud), anJthree wholesale, and also had. a slaughterpen. $500 scholarship 1903. The scholarship
Mrs. Christy. Silver and crystal trays daughters, Julia Jordan is a bequest from the Sepielll
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family In memory of their son Jim-

my Sepielll, Jr. "
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--J The scholarship will be awarded In '. :,: ,,:',
PartiesCoke Social Notes two Installments, $250 for fall ., \."\'" '
f,1 ,<, semester and $250 for winter ... ., ;
l semester Daryl must complete 12 .. ,: l' .
Party Karen Burchette, '. semester hours successfully to remain ,l t' ;Ji-tI
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For Recent Bride eligible for the scholarship.With :
; Brant TurnerTo good grades, he could receive it Daryl Nazworth ,

Mrs. Carlos Castany, the former Wed August r 4lr again next year. ;'
Daryl was chosen by the music .
bride
Diane Crews, a recent was r
Karen Burchette and Brant Turner faculty of SFCC based on an auditionhe
honored at a Coke party Saturday I
morning given by Mrs. Jack Eaves, will be united in marriage Saturday \ was required to perform. _
Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Charles August 6, at 11 a.m. [m the First
Johns, Mrs. R.S. Mullins and Mrs. United Methodist Church.A .
Warren Winkler at the home of the reception will follow, at the Lawtey News I
latter on E. Call Street. Turner residence, N,E. 2nd Ave..
Mrs. Reddish greeted the guests at All friends and relatives are invitedto EMr. S.CT: ,'Mrs. Thomas Curan and sons,,.
the door and presented them to the attend. by Elizabeth Terry Nick and Matthew of Fairfax Va. '

honoree and her mother, Mrs. Doyle. phone 782-3300 and Mrs. Jerry Marks and sons Paul'and "
Crews. t PERSONALS! Patrick of Laurel, Md. visited*
The refreshment table was covered Sheila Fayion, Mrs. Lissie Starling of Jackson- their mother and grandmother, Mrs. ,

with an imported hand embroideredlinen Dwayne CummingsTo ville, Is spending some time with her Flossie Rosier .
cloth and centered with a silver k daughter, Mrs. Elsie Norman.We Mrs. Annie Kelly of Starke visited
bowl arrangement of silk flowers in Wed August 6 N are happy to report that Cecil ,her niece, Mrs. Rossie Reddish on
shades of apricot and plum. Silver Karen Crawford Hardee was able to return home on, Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
and crystal compotes held finger Van Crawford Sheila Fayson of Lawtey and'Dwayne July 30 from North FloridaRegional Earl Troxell of Starke is
foods. At one end of the table was a Cummings of Starke will be Hospital, Gainesville. Our visiting her daughter, Mrs. Craig Carroll ,
watermelon basket of seasonal cut-up Karen Crawford, united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 8, .and Mrs.John C Tye,Jr, prayers are with him. at Boca Raton for a few days. >

fruit. Van CrawfordTo at 8:30: p.m. in Philadelphia Mis- Mr. and Mrs Emory Eunice and Christopher and Dougherty Courtney -

Cokes were served in the family Wed August 12 sionary Baptist Church in Lawtey Kathy Rowe son, Deric of Gainesville, are spending of Denver, Colo will be here ,
room. with a reception following the their vacation at Kingsley Lake Thursday or Friday to attend high; .
Misses Christy Johns and Carmen Karen Sue Crawford, daughter of ceremony at the Starke Woman'sClub John C. Tye Jr. school and live with their !grand: .,
Eaves assisted in serving: Mr. and Mrs. Nell Crawford of Married July 9 WednesdaytnightdatrFirst Baptist parents. Col. and Mrs. 'WIlliam'
The hostesses presented the Starke, and Van Douglas Crawford All friends and relatives are invitedto Church. We were happy to have them. Wilson.
honoree with a silver chip and dip son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Crawfordof attend. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Rosier of Mr and Mrs. Lynn Boch and Mrs. Lonnie Teston and her
tray as a memento of the occasion. Kingsley Lake, will be united in Lawtey announce the marriage of children, Jenny and Joey of daughter Mrs. Charlie. Mosley of

Eighty guests were Invited to call marriage Friday, Aug. 12, at 7:30: Class of 1958 their daughter, Kathy Rowe of Gainesville, were Sunday dinner' Highland went to Ocoee and her
between the hours 10 and 11:30: a.m. p.m. in the First Baptist Church, Starke, to John C. Tye, Jr., son of guests of their mother Mrs. Daisy mother, Mrs. Wordie Melton of Ocoee
Starke.All Reunion August 13 Mildred K. Tye and the. late John C. Boch, and grandmother, Mrs. Nellie came home with them for a while

friends and relatives are invitedto .T.ye of Lawtey. Wilkinson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Benny .Wiiklson, Jr.
Mrs. Steve Kroll attend. The Bradford High School class of : Rev. Cliff McLeod performed the visited their son-in-law and daughter,

Shower Honor. 1958 will be having a 25-year class nuptials on Saturday,July 9, at?p.m. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William S. King on Sunday
reunion on Saturday, August 13, at the in the bride's home in Green Acres, visited their brother and sister-in- afternoon In Jacksonville. '
Mrs. Steve Kroll was complimentedat Starke Golf and Country Club. Starke, where the couple are making law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette of Mr and Mrs. Patrick Henry and ,
a stork shower Thursday night of Immunizations RequiredFor If you plan to attend and have not their. home. Macclenny, on Saturday afternoon. family of Highland spent Sunday with
last week given by the ladies of the School Entrance returned your form, please contact The bride was given In marriage by Mrs. Eva Campbell of Starke is their parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Marcus. '
First United Methodist Church In the Pat Baldwin, 964-6558, or Jean Norman her son, Jonathan A. Rowe. spending three weeks with her son-in- Mosley. .
Fellowship Hall. 782-3599, before August 7. Louis D. ManzeUa of. Orlando was law and daughter Rev. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. ER. Hoosier and
Yellow checked cloths covered the If a child Is entering Florida schools best man. James Tompkins. She plans to go to. Mr. and Mrs. David Wilkerson and'
gift tables and refreshment table. The for the first time this year ',Geri Thompson of Starke was honor Tampa when she leaves Lawtey. Shedoesn't family of Brooker were supper guestsof

latter was centered with a yellow, avoid(August/September crowded clinics), and parents long lines can William Miles Hunter attendant. have any specific home, just their brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
blue and green silk floral arrange- 1 lives with her children. and Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson on,
ment. by getting required physical ex- Reunion Aug. 14 We are happy to report that Joe Saturday night. %, .
Approximately 50 friends called aminations and immunizations now. Did You Know........... Shuford was able to come home from Dana whitaker and Evan Hardee of

between the hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. The Department Services of Is Health and The 21st annual William Miles Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville, on Starke spent Sunday with their uncle
Rehabilitative reminding Hunter reunion will be held at the Saturday He is feeling better at this and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
parents to act now to comply with Mrs. Louise Talley has returned
Live Oak .
him. Wilkerson.Mrs.
Agriculture 'Building with
time. Our are
Florida law and' to protect their Newburn Road, between the NationalGuard after spending a week with Mr. and Miss Debra prayers Johnson of Maxville Mildred Tye of the Lawtey
Now
Mrs. James B. III and
Register children. Armory and the ,Live pak Talley, visited her step-grandmother, Mrs. Post Office and Mrs. Delyne Pearsonof
For Bridge Lessons State law requires students to provide immunization Woman's Club,on Sunday, August 14, ".!ildren in went Athens, Ga. after which 15 Hester Hicks, on Saturday.Mr. the Raiford Post Office''attended";
school officials with an on a trip through
at Sixth Career'
noon. states herbgnthey and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and'Cecil the Florida District ", .
Registration for beginners bridge certificate signed by a Bring a basket lunch to be eaten including visiting Whitehead visited them ,.Awareness Conference at the Hyatt
will be held at the Starke Woman's, physician. This certificate serves as after the butincsjtftiiaeting. Come and wife, Mn. and; 'MrsWirgil ,Mrs Beulah .Revels and 'COUSillflW)9 Orlando at Kissimmee. While In the

Club on Tuesday, Aug..18, at 7. m. .* prpoflthat; transfer students immunized or other and meet your jataiIsesi1a,"& I Cfl in reunion PacoaBiT In.Sun,iMton Antonior Attended'TWley Texas'II: g:p3mlth j of.,Jj ilatkaMbn'I Wer.. i! : r area, they spent one day at Disney.
new-entrants fully .
Classes will start on Aug. 23 at 6:IS* are I* ?# World.- *.- ">":, '; +ftliiiivMr. '
school. add visited other Talley relatives in
be admitted to
can Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan attended and Mrs. J.W.-Thomas and Jay
p.m. Students currently enrolled in any Mann Varnes ,j Houston and Pasadena, Texas.
school the DuPont picnic at Camp Blan- of Live Oak, Mrs. Gayle Todor Scott ,
grade should have In public already or been private vaccinated Family Reunion Aug. 14 Dr.1 and Mrs. R.E. Dopson spent the ding on Kingsley Lake near the Of- and Brad, of Orange Park, Mr and
ficers' Club Saturday. They had a Mrs. Seeber Andrews of Wildwood
Diphtheria-Tetanus-PertU88is weekend with his parents, Mr. and on
against All friends and relatives Invitedto large crowd and plenty of delicious Mr. and Mrs. Lee Casey, Tera andThomas
Glenda Faye Johnson, (DTP), Polio and MeaslesMumpsRubella are Mrs 'Bob Dopson, on the St. Johns
and
of Lake Mr. ,
attend the Mann-Varnes family Kingsley ,
(MMR). These shots are River. food.Mrs.
Wesley Hostzclaw to children when they reunion to be held at Mt. Zion Genelle Underwod and son of Mrs. Johnny Hobbs and Christopherof
given
usually
Married July 19 Infants. However, sometimes Primitive Baptist Church, Lake. Green Cove Springs were Saturday Starke were all dinner guests of
are forget to provide their Butler August 14.Conference dinner guests of her parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey celebrating
parents. will be held at 11:00' Mrs. Earl Prevatt. Mrs. Fred Moore's birthday on Sun-
Glenda Faye Johnson and Wesley children with this Important protec- Mr and Mrs. Frank Mitchell of
Anthony Hostzclaw were united in tion. Parents should call their private a.m. followed by a basket lunch at Starke, Mrs. James Hardee and Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan and day, July 31.CHURCH .
marriage July 19 in Gainesville with physicians or their county health 12:30.: Plates, cups, forks, napkins,'' children of Leesburg and Mrs. Anne grandson, Paul, of Vidalia, Ga. spent ACTIVITIES "
and Ice will be furnished. 11 days at Travelers Camp Ground at
the Apostle James A. Mitchell, Jr. officiating department to arrange for physicalexam Holland of Jacksonville spent last of The U.M.W. of Grace United
Alachua. Their
grandson, Jeffrey
appointments and immuniza week at Daytona Beach.
Starke, spent four days with them Methodist Church will have their yard.
The bride, daughter of Evelyn tions. Rummage Sale SaturdayFor 4* Kincaid who while they were there. The boys en- sale Saturday, August 6, at 9 a.m. until ,
Banks and Johnny Johnson both of Health department clinics provide Mrs. J.W. was a patient .
3 at Lee's behind the
Starke, is a graduate of Bradford school immunizations. Parents Youth DepartmentThe in Alachua General Hospital Joyed swimming.Mrs. p.m. carport
High School and the University of should bring with them all existing with a broken hip has been transferred Henry A. Carter of Columbia,. .Post Office. __ .
Florida. immunization records. In our county Youth Department of New to University Nursing Care

The groom, son of Marilyn Williamsof there is no charge for a child's Im- Bethel Baptist Church Is having a Center In Gainesville. .

Boynton Beach and John Wesley munizations, and only indigent rummage sale Saturday, August 6, ,#t .Did You Know...........
Hostzclaw of Chicago a graduate of children and children from out'of beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the ball parkon Mr; and ,Mrs. Bob Thompson of
Atlantic High School, Defray Beach state needing physical examinationsare Old Lawtey Road. Come by for TUlsa, Okla spent part of the past two
and Lake City Community College, done. No one will be refused Im- some real good bargains. weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William,' Mr. and Mrs.Jeffrey Warren and
Lake City. munizations. Thompson while touring Florida. children of Brandon spent the.
Immunizations will be given on fcr weekend with his parents Mr. and
Wednesday, 8-11:30: a.m. and 1-3 p.m.Friday Rev. and Mrs. Blaine Mrs. Paul Hawkins of +Valreco was Mrs. J.D Warren. Matthew' and
8-11:30 a.m. Will Celebrate visting Mrs. Titus Olson last Wednesday David Warren remained ,with their
CorrectionIn and Thursday, grandparents for a week's visit. .
Golden Anniversary 4 .' .,
the from Starke Christian n .
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School, Christy Jones received the Did You Know........... Mrs. Ruby Hudson of Blountsvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woods of Live ..
Penmanship Trophy award, not Rev. and Mrs. R.J. Blaine of 1338 Ala. Is'visiting her mother, Mrs. Oak visited Mrs. Llnnie Woods on

Christy Johns, as printed. Alexander Road, Starke, will N.Ison Green and family for three Sunday. l .,'
Amy Jones also received the Scrip- Christopher Talley of JacksonvilleIs celebrate their 50th wedding anniver- weeks. .-- -'-- ,' '
ture Trophy award in her learning visiting his grandmother, Mrs. sary with a reception at the Starke a' ,
level along with other awards as Louise Talley, this week Armory., Friday, August S, from 4 to 8o'clock ;. STARKE Mr & Mrs. Davtd'Hodges .;

previously printed. Amy and Christyare CHURCH
OF GOD
Rev. Blaine Is Presiding Elder of f.FULL GOSPEL
daughters of David and Janice Stefan Wheeler celebrated his 15th .
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the West Jacksonville District AME 422 N. SL Clair 984-5449 QUESTION:
Jones. birthday Wednesday Aug. 3, with his Church. Mrs. Blaine is the former ;1[;COMMUNITY? CENTER Walter F. Montz, Pastor If my car /Is broken Into ",.
family in Starke. Hudqiurtti'i HMVMfalviUon
Estella Albert. We Invite you to worship with us.AttanM : '
Did You Know. ...... Mikes You A Member and packages are token Is",; ':
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Mrs. Edwin Williams has been Did You Know.. ......... Sunday tthttl . . . 10 imIMnrinf ,SchMl :.MunnrySunfcy . :. . 10 inMwnhit this ,covered by my Insur-/; ;,:R--
under observation and treatment at . . ..
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the MWqoMrship im Warship . . .. . 11 m 'once? .' *.. rh'
Rev. and Mrs. J.D. Gentry of North week.Florida Regional Hospital Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. W.H.Thomson T lUII..day y Mgh.7:30Fdday J : mlght37:30: : Evening. Strvm . . . I pm .' .' ,;<, i 6

Willard,and N.C.mother were visiting, Mr.. and her stepfather Mrs.- past and Miss Lillian Stump spent the .,.' Locittd.. to Bmltori Moth "N........''autll . . .;. 7:30 rm ANSWER: ,. 'tf, ':J i"I
past week with Mrs. ,
Thomson's
Bill McRae and Don Hardy will son-
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Richard A. Fuller for several days. in-law and That depends on' the '
return this weekend after attendingthe daughter and' sons of jn.surance -
Princeton Music Camp ,in Roslyn, N.Y. at Kitty Hawk, N.C. j Fovercge"qj, : )

Mrs. Gloria King and son, Mike of Princeton. N.J. for three weeks.DialAPrayer' Irhe Seventh-day Adventist Church; of Starke and the' carry. l It. would' be neees -.
Leesburg, spent last week In FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Florida Conference of Seventh-day' Adventist I' ,
Nashville, Tenn. and Grand Ole Opry. are proud to ; ary to look,at preAsen : .

Hwy 16 W. ft Weldon 964-8971. :announce. the opening of their new school on" August, 18th .' }- policy to." n iswer'yourA':' .

Mrs. Arlene Brown of Starke and Pastor George Watson and for grades 1-8., question! correctly. :">?JJ,.
Mrs. Pat Drawdy of Orlando returned Y'
Monday from 10 The Congregation Invites You to :' Here I), ,a ,t'P' fob" youVWhenever1 '.
a day trip to 964-4712 Come and Worship With Us "
.iStarke Adventist '
Honolulu. Sunday School . . . 10 AM Seventh-day yog park, stow '. ;
For Spiritual! Uplifting M.nln Worship.. . . .. 11 AMEruq.listla luggage, ,clothing,' '
. . . . 7 PM Christian .
Among those who took the tour to .Wedeesda. .W."hi... . . 7'30 PMKiugsley (. 1649 Madison Academe ,packages. CB rodloitap; .
Chattanooga, Nashville and Grand ', Jo {decks; -< and valuables.. .In
Ole Opry from Thursday to Sunday, "- ---- ---- ----***rvB- re jar-rn -r Starke, Florida the I locked
from Starke were: Rhoda Dampier, V 964-4018 : ; truck of,your ear'.
Judy Hansen, Mrs. Geraldine Hooten, Lake Baptist Church"Where Don't Invite theftMeontim. .. "* *_
E. Late ;.for grades 1-8 wily b'i held .
Doris Lamb, Barney McRae registration :'.; bring 'your
Flossie Prescott Joyce Riherd, Etta Sunday August 7 from 1-5 p.m. We have few
a policy by and we'Ir tell
Fay Thornton, Marion McRae and everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ, Is ,Lord"Sunday openings left and we would like to you;"' '
exactly'! the
Blackshear.Mr. coverage 'you
Beverly Services child to one of these spaces I School will begin on ,t'
: have.: .We..want; to be of ,;"
and Mrs. George Miller visited 10:00: am Sunday School August the 18th. please do not delay in obtaining vice to you: per.-.""JI ? .

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and familyIn 11:00: am- Morning Worship this /Christian education',in, a state accredited, \\I ,"'1 ,

Jacksonville on Wednesday. 6:30 pin Church Training ,educational system with 3 certified teacher who, k 1

7:30: pm- Evening Worship" .. makes,Christ an important, part of the,learning j '
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TSha Howell celebrated her ninth Wednesday. ,". \ experience 1 "Insurance'k,; ;
birthday July 2S at St. Augustine 7:30: pm. Mld-Wttk Prayer Servicegrog "' For further Information call: 'Mrs. Charleen (

Beach with her grandmother Mrs Wright 964-5499 or:Mr: Russell Nail 782-3464. :

Mrs.Ruby Mildred Howell Frtck.and Karla Harper. ', .'and Douglas," "tor. ",J Located,on SH1S I -- Agency'x. :.: '

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BREAD 2 1 .I1i9 CHEESE.PEl IPer ONI :8:9 79 sonu.BAUA0E. wY

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t '.' iPORK.ORENTA"CHICKEN OR"E _F '
(i"j') ,9 r SOLKD WHITE MEAT.
'ri.--.n., ,, I., .. $129' Ike".t; 'iI-_ .:, ..11 s :"" OocMes:.O Noodles. 51S1 Turkey Breast ":r 989F
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$ ,RITC(WML Cfl SUOAH FREB) ,t "': A\--7 MASTERBLEND' 280Z CAN
OR MF.i .o YElLO .;. 100 1 + rgr:
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GRAPE,PUNCH OR ORANGE REGULAR OR DIET! JU Qv
H c Brlx Pak &7_69>* Shasta Sodas G/s1 ,Fla.Lames ;; '.121'ftftlllla--- Cal+ifr Lemons . 811

CRACKERS FRENCHS BIG TATE RED RIPE Ft'd ,
0 2129
Sunshine Krlspy = 79 Instant Potatoes ,..;. GSP. .V/atermeton. ,.. .. X10. Radishes .

BOTTLE TWO LITER ftft.PlRBTOI" 'HBIIEASON! EeCAROUE.ENDIVERomalne -S .
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Hunts Ketchup ... _. $119 Moonshine- Soda, ,\.,.,{,t1). tf..*!I__- BarUeU i:'. : Pears, A;. .. .dil ui59, r. .. .., Lettuce.. ., ". ,,..,..-. ...,:J'/-_j,...'. .
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PANTRY PRIDE COOKING SOAP-GOLD OR BROWN ifiREsHOAEEN ,... .
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ORAPe ORANGE PRUrr PUNCH I.P'-- '" h v ,
GENERIC PEACH OR CHERRY ', 1'\JNA,D&POA! inSHERMAhra PLATTER
Bathroom+ Hesue ..1u. 7 7- Hft-C Fruit Drinks ''_'69* ;AppI8$8uce.. 7.9: N' ...... j t_ 79, .
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GENERIC Utter. .. *140 Nir.AOA H' ,,""'" M ,'1-' Rid. .. 8.99,
Cat w'' Real KM Bomb. ,_ .18. .at. ,_ : .CTKJII.I.M. U
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U.S.DJV:CHOICE-WHOLE IN THE ,t: .
CUT&WRAPPED FREE BAT. BOLD IN 3 LB BOXES HOG MAWS PO MR.TURKEY SMOKED BREAST
---.. EARS,PW TAILS ORJ '" NATURALASSTD.FLAVORS OR SLICED
.nls. uun. Round t A La$159 Pig Feet": ,' '., JI ul3 0 Breyer's'Yogurt39 3!) Turkey Breast .. .::t'a $119

JSSf/ fIRESHL\ aut' '. ..ALI 'KRAFT
99 U.8./?.A.QRADIADRUMSTICKSOR. LYKES MEAT OR BEEF',

IN THB ro MEAT' F, 8EounAB K&: i Tl Turkey Wings .. .ltLa39' o ...!..... .HandySnacks .3/49 Plumper Weiners AS: $139

PANTRY PRIDE AGAR ISP Ec1AL TRIM BMQKED. ",', .'. g K'I'T' FYNE''rASTE '
lleef Burgers "" X199 BUTT OR SHANK ":" -' ,:' "' Parkay Margarine 4-4: 91' Sliced Bologna. .:..':. $.:I3 9 ,

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"L FU k t .. ; .,, SLICED AMERICAN .. OR.

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$3 39 ,HamSHces . 1
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SIZEBREAD > 20/$149 STEAK DRESSINGS & MEATBALLS
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Page IOA TELEGRAPII August!: 4,]9H3
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. Commission AuthorisesRepair o( #O Bq 1 ge s.F.and 'Road, ( at Country. ClubRoads I,

., ;,-' I' r Q'i.' -'
at two think we're on the right track," The Santa Fe River Is 'the1' main Union Guidance Clinic operated 'by County volunteer firemen will also Union County actually use Bradford
west of Lawtey answered when asked by tributary of the Suwannee River j Dr. Bill Lennon be Informed of the need to follow traffic courts.
Chairman Lawrence laws in responding to emergency
New out bumps River if the controlling mining Received a $7,000 state grant for. Received word that the Sheriffs calls. Commissioner Maxie Carter, Okayed purchase of $50,000 bonds
sunk, zoning regulations is better the Bradford County Library. '' Department will no longer be responsible assigned to the volunteer fire departments for county lawmen, as required by a
sioners decided an ordinance. : for paying for jail inmates to be for the commission this year, new state law. The county has been
Whitehurst Received, letters from .4-H transported to a hospital. If the in- got the sheriffs letter to his deputies carrying a$20,000 bond on each deputy -
authorized to asked to adopt a resolution' members thanking commissioners mate does not pay, the county will be and said he will write such( a letter to -
''proaches at $ the Santa Fe River an for donating to hogs and steer Iii the liable for.the bill, wrote Sheriff Dolph the firemen. .
Whitehurst Florida water way. The recent cattle and swine contest at the Reddish. s: ., ,. V.. Heard Commissioner 'Maxie
'
'' e4Waa Carter Jr. suggest renting an oxygen
had not received a written county fair. ">>,
tons of fill to do
of the resolution from the Was given a copy of a letter Sheriff tolr'i by Clerk Gib Brown the system for the courthouse, since it
cost of the
Fellow River Coalition based in Received' word that the. :blst. 3 Reddish has written to all his deputies county will receive, an additional' would cost less than $300 per year.
Road : and said it would con- Mental Health Board will be in Starke about road safety when responding&to $11,000 In prison Impact funds "It really could, save somebody'slife
Hodges the the resolution when it arrives. Sept. 13-14 Inspecting the Bradford! !! an emergency cal(. because some .Inmates assigned to ," said Carter.',,
should be fixed I

bridge nightmare at ," AMS3CAS FAMILY! D STORE
Lawrence
man '; Peed regular prescription

Set for refills?
At the
repairs the Come to Eckerd Drug.Compare our prescription price with what
have Instructed you are paying now. Yes, bring your prescription to Eckerd., a
main asked road to give. a N name you can trust for quality and low, low prices,

subdivision
Starke Golf It
The board
on one of its
and was
condition.The .

Ave., runs short ; m.r .
(Flume Road) (
try Club Drive)
Whitehurst is
Butler, said AUTOMATIC
Hart. /" :. a IN9OOHFOOOER

In other
commission:

Was read
Dolph Reddish

know Correction's if the -
tronic visual
system COLGATE or ENERGIZER
jail. The DOC CREST COKES .DIET COKE RENUZ8T RAID "AA- Sill<

fulltime but Sheriff jailer TOOTHPASTE or S ITEpace SOLID AIR FRESHENER INOOOfl FOGGER BATTERIES
DOC's ... : ,..... munfIMf.
7-GZ.
Jailer with the : 1Z-G. .... .. .tL (MO*

the Received state's an i 129"i 1 GUST: 214 Limit 2 pac. cs 5'gc 149 "4 packs


ing the
down from 104

said burned to be due
winter. FINESSE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 7 1s. !Fdr/S MfJ/ '

Asked the SHAMPOO or CONDITIONER SWIMWEAR
representatives aOPsi -r. i PAPER*MAT
either Putnam 129 250/o0FF
truck not in Limit 2 t ERASER MATE
Forester, J.D. PEN
charge of the a'.. 1.N
MAXIMUM STRENGTH
the DOF, came
nam County to PANADOL rt SOPHIE MAE
truck not in :T:w PEANUTBRITTLE REnwOOD i _
has more fire 229 Umits ALUMINUM .
anyway. The t s FURNITURE
disagree. .-...a>..1.It LAWN -- SCRIPTO
COLGATE or,, __ : 880' .&I ? MECHANICAL I
'Wa told by j488'.z FINCH. '
PEPSOOENT '
GaUies the -' a's
to control Japan."I '
Florida been received TOOTHBRUSHESo 5 r '
SWINGER
based in 1AIRDGLEY'S J
asked the Umit 2 S.- CHEWING ... SMOKERGRILL
the information

counsel Kopelousos now SOFT SENSE sGRUVosf ,...as.saa PENCILS a aq'

county dinance.on the ,' SKIN LOTION C 1s aQ 3n&9 raca..as"a

*'I feel the IlOLv : 2- *
Llmitsl 4 grid 'levels. 4.79
,. cil did an Vented hood. :
Gaines told the
BOUNCE FABRIC .
ENTIRE STOCK OF SOFTENER IGLOO ELMER'
LTLRIN PRODUCTS, Nell... ; PLAYMATE +*+., BLUE AU:
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I"" COOLER '. .-sr.a'a tn*a
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r} ( ) 200/oOfF .19..9.' ..... '....
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\ I' fireman Every is man a 14.

i. ford County,
t .
il. "The boys' ( '
:i=.. tent Is good, ,,,,, HARTZ 2 IN 1 PLUS SNACK X. STOW: SCHOOL
.!..''fr makes them .' t REFUCTINQ BOX
4'1: resource," !!E' k PETCGllAR TRAY _

but Hodges.It where would be a .,.."CAr 9 R9

three children,
-
PINA COLADA
killed I(; '
was on
vehicle LOTION or OIL ASF AUDIO
private
ed. 339 t..:;, 2.. U W' W' RADIAL CASSETTETAPES -
Agreed,but MIMFOnGEOHOSE ; ts "
up in a house RYOBI SPIN ( xN v, s.strs.aaris ,ra
fire protection, REEL & RODCOMBINATION '-:1.a. aN:

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BABY POWDER ? $. A 9Compari ,
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Completes Navy .

of Joseph S. ,a -
Raiford, has
ing at the PETROLEUM JELLY
Recruit wN.r.
Lakes, III.During. 149 Compare to 4 t TVawllnel
the "
cle, trainees
further subjects : (0.. _

training In one .EG. KELP, LECITHIN ,
occupational IIO"U" isaVITAMIN SALON
A GALAXY
Included in PLUS
seamanship, m1 1250-WATT. : 2-SFEEO OSCILLATING9INCH GALAXY OSCILLATING POLAROID' AMISO
: S'-riiisSCOMPLEX .
history and ,. MTTUM4S zc -_ MINI DRYER, FAN ,18-INCH FAN 628 CAMERA

Navy Returns U. 288 rouaraoscs, T 899. CT 2 ,peedal".ta..t1JS.. ,.1'.49ft a'fI'MtIIt. .. ..... w o n'eerrl

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Robert recently and

month 9 to 9: SUNDAY 9 to 8. Sate Prices good thru. Sat. .a.._.. 6th.V + .
Pacific and rt THE IIIBIET .TO LIMIT 9UANTITK8.$
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Recurring Non-payment of Light Bills :,,1


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By Few CitizensNoted by Council ,.J



Recurring non-payment of utility Clerk Neil Tucker in answer to a question state Is taking over control of community ;3

bills by the same families Is a continu- by Commissioner Jimmy Crosby. block grants and will award

( ing problem with the City of Starke, Clerk Tucker suggested a work session one-year grants only. Deadline for application -

but no solution is readily available. on the problem. is the latter part of Sept. or

The problem was discussed briefly Proceed with the same policy but early Oct.

Tuesday night. Aug. 2, by the city don't turn electricity back on in that

I. commission but was tabled until a particular apartment house moved .Was told work Is proceeding on the l ,
:: workshop on the problem can be set Commissioner Charles Schaefer say- housing rehabilitation portion of the

,When Ing the city hasn't received a pay- existing MUIi block grant.

electricity is cut off In a certain ment frpm that apartment house
apartment house a different since early 1982. The court ordered

member of the family will put down a payment of $10 per month} but even' Set an Aug. 30 public hearing on

r'ar deposit get the lights turned back on. that has not been paid, said Schaefer.But uses of the city's federal revenue

When the city finally cracks down Mayor Vernon Silcox did not sharing funds.

again, a different family member seek a second for Schaefer's motion.

goes to city hall puts down a deposit Instead Mayor Silcox ordered the Heard Mayor Silcox report

and the problem recurs, explained city matter tabled.In everything looks good to get some
attorney Terry Brown. common goals worked out at a joint

i II, ill The particular apartment house is other Aug. 2 action the council: meeting of the city and county com

f turned off now. But one resident missions. No date is set yet. ?

k ytx wants the power back on, saying he Was told work on the sewage treat-

: l "t"tJ owes the city nothing, and asking why ment plant is 63 percent complete.The Adopted an ordinance In an.
er he has no electricity said Utility contractor will be off the Job emergency procedure requiring city

Director Merrill Dees. several weeks until parts arrive said permission to dig a hole during

Putting non-payers in Small Claims engineer Jim Lucas.w building construction. The measure is
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: Court the present policy is not effec- intended to prevent the accidental

( : tive when prnplp leave >w.. nnlH City ,.. tnM hv engineer Lucas the cutting of gas, water and sewer lines.



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1f ix by C.E."Sue" Davis Dara Goodson, son of Mr. and Mrs. ris and family and Johnny Savage all
C Lane Goodson of Lakeland has of Jacksonville.
f c_: x, .;xl' :r e phone 485-1344 returned home after several days Mrs. Edna Harrell was the Tuesday

-r t J" y.dT Jones Family Reunion... visiting with the Crosby families. overnight guest of Rosie Gongalos in
r Mrs. Elaine Griffis of Starke and Alachua then' Wednesday the girls
The Robert and Lottie Mae Jones
: family reunion will be held Mrs. Susie Crosby and son,Matthugh, drove down to Tampa for a visit with

Aug. 7, at the home of Thomas Sunday and 1,enjoyed a few days last week visiting friends and a few days shopping
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hire in Port St. before returning home.
Annie Mae Jones here in Brooker. Of
to Tallahassee Mrs. Sarah Griner and daughter
Joe. A fast trip over
the Jones children
18 17
surviving ,
school Ellen of Clearwater have returned
back to
for a shopping spree
live in various of Florida while
areas and an overnight stay with Mr. and home after a two-week visit with the
lives in .
one
Georgia.All
'' 'j Mrs. Hershel Blount before returningto Tony Stalnaker family.
relatives and friends askedto
are St. Joe where they were joined by Mrs. Ruby Hodges and Mrs. Edna
come bring a picnic basket. and joinin Mrs. Hazel Carlton for the return trip Harrell attended the silver anniversary
Magnolia the and fun
fellowship home. of Mr. and Mrs.Sheldon Brogdonin

Mann Varnes Rev. Andy Moon made a fast trip to Worthington Springs last Saturday. I

Family Reunion Set.... Walterburo, S.C. last Saturday to pick
Hotel friend of Thomas' David
up a Celebration.
Birthday ..
,. The Mann and Varnes family reu- Carlson. David joined Thomas at the

.;,. nion will be held at Mt. Zion Primitive Road Runner Camp to be held at The back yard of the A.B. Adams

Gets Facelift. Baptist Church at Lake Butler Sunday Oklawaha this week. family held a festive air with poolslde

Aug. 14. Bring a picnic basket of Henry Harrell of Starke was the tables decorated with yellow

ft dinner and join the family at the con- Saturday luncheon guest of Mrs. Edna checkered cloths centered with potted ''
Orlglonally a large two-story P : $ ; ference table at 11:00 a.m., followed Harrell. plants Tuesday evening July :36.

residence, the basic building that i" I. by lunch at 12:30. Friends are invitedto Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crews entertained

I* now the Magnolia Hotel has'r a F s stop by or bring a covered disji\ and a large number of out-of-town As the aroma of grilled hamburgers

been landing at the corner ar o+ join in the days activities. guests last Saturday night July 29, wafted through the air being

Walnut and Jackson Streets for ". :7 with a buffet dinner in their home. prepared by chefs A.B. Adams and
more than 100 years. Personals..... The occasion was In celebration of Allen Crews guests began to arrive at
fit
It Is shown as a home on a bird- '! Mrs. Juanita Adams entertainedher Mr. Crews' sister Evelyn Carter of the celebration of Bobby Adams' 14th

seye map of Starke dated 1884. Atone ( f dt I }J' Sunday School class of 4 and 5 Jacksonville 70th birthday. Upon ar- birthday.

time. It was the residence of, year olds and their parents at a pool rival, Evelyn was delighted to find the

Dr.. Albert II. Freeman an early t, party Friday afternoon July 29. After party was in her honor and proceededto While the guests were enjoyingcake

.Starke physician. swimming and fun games the group assume her. position as birthday and tea, Bobby opened his gifts
(Above) Margaret'bArron and enjoyed hamburgers with all the girl. As she later in the afternoon before they all reassembled at the

Hotel talk J.. trimmings prepared by Mrs. Adams opened gifts presented to her we were pool for just fun swimming.
outside the hotel while Walter and assisted by Amos Beutke. After delighted to learn not only was she a
Guests Thannon Ford. Tam-
Rhoden paints the eaves above eating the children returned to the great conversationalist but she will were

their beads: Rhoden Is In charge \ pool for a last swim before leaving for be retiring in '84,. after serving 41 my Griffis, Matt Bryant Kristen M-
Loretta Austin'and Dawn
of the refurbishment on the hotel. f and Air Station at day
Mr. the Naval
.' home.. Those present were years at
all of Starke Burten of
Aaron lived In the hotel more ,,1'1 Mosley ; Kelly
Joe Tollison daughter. Kenee When asked about hobbies,,
Mrs. Mayport.
*han SO ago with her Jd1131lrfftf.CJpspther. I' t Gainesville; Mr., and Mrs.. pavidStalnakerand
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years and eon Michael!Mrs Susie Crosby she said she had none except looking! and
Chris Chad
.She HayM there Antl1 i .. SiR- :t',. 1.
and Steve Williams of Lake Butler
she married and has fond ,,, ;
; many r 't' 1 my Cox and daughter Deena. Mrs. with the many friends she has made I
Mr. and Mrs. W.C.
memories of the hotel. ..{t.' : :." fit r Phyllis Corbin and son Jason and through the years. Those guests from grandparents
Stalnaker of Fort White and
) Jeff Hoover of "f,; ; Tommy
(Right daughter Emily Mr. and Mrs. Amosr out-of-town were: Leona Crews Rita
Hoover's Tree Service lives at /. 1. .., Crews Mr. Kevin Hamilton Thomas Moon Deb-
and Mrs. Charles
I"t' .. Beutke daughter Allyson. Crews and baby ,
bie Parrish Paula and Sandra
Green
the hotel and Is cleaning up the :' r. t Cathy Kelly and daughter Roxanne and Mrs. David Crews, Mr. and Mrs.
huge palm tree and other trees In :k i','' ,f,, ,2 !1.': }. ::11i)i :' The Rev. and Mrs. Andy Moon andson Robert Crews and family. Mr. and Tammy Thomason Judy Godwin
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JW; ; I. \ t. Mark Sarah, and Amy Crews Pam
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the hotel courtyard : and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas daughter Andrea Mrs. Sam Crews
!,1"'r.'.' ?:" a Willingham, Ginger Adams and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Davis and the A.B. William Simms Mr. and Mrs. Stan
and Mrs. G.W. Davis all of Brooker.
Adams family. Youngblood,Mr. and Mrs.David Har-




Legal Notices .:..t "'!' ... .i.. ... .. .. .. ...\ .. ...... ........... ... ... ......... .. ..... ......... .......................... p..1..........'......... .................... .. ...... ...

; FLORIDA' of the Board of

; with'tho granted and the .bonds In the BY:Gilbert S. Brown; : County Commissioners; ; ;
feet: th.nc. run S. a and file the original) CASE NO. 83-250-CA as specified zoning
...... Clerk of Court and 1tchg8/04
therein described and codes of the .
NOTICEOF dittance of 255 feet Clerk of the above- city a.Stork.
..'offlclo Clerk
INTENTION thence run E:a distance styled court 'on or RE: Valdlation of not exceeding the proceedings ..

.,.*, TO REGISTER of 166.72 feet thencerun before 2 September $7,300,000 Bradford authorising the Issuance L.M. Gaines NOTICEOF '.(1:4: ..
FICTITIOUS NAME N. a distance of 455 1983. Otherwise, a1udgement I County: Health thereof validated told Director ADOPTIONOF I : ; '
feet to the P.O.B.' ( shall be Facilities. 'Authority bonds confuting of not Storks Bd. of Ad). RESOLUTION 'I
entered for Health Facilities exceeding $7.200,000 ttchge04NOTICE BY THE BOARD OF
Pursuant to S.ctlon has been filed againstyou against you UPC
Statutes and you are required the relief demanded In Revenue Bond.. Series principal amount of COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
869.09 Florida ,
'the P.lltlon.WITNESS 1983A (Santa FeHealthcare Health Facilities' '
Is hereby given to serve a copy of your OF INTENTION
notice hand and System, Revenue Bonds, Series1993A OF BRADFORD COUNTY !
written defenses. If any my TO REGISTER
that: the undersigned (Santa Fe FLORIDA
Richard A. Jordan sole to it. on the Plaintiff's ot.torn. seal 1 of said court on the Inc.Bradford, Hospital FICTITIOUS NAME CLOSING AND
businessunder ..,, who. name and ,)12 day of July 1983. Project). Healthcare Systems
doing VACATING
owner,the firm nom. of address 1st GILBERT S. BROWN Inc.Bradford the"Bonds"Hospital. Pursuant to Section CERTAIN ROADSOR The first successful electric elevator was installed In the ",
)
AGENCY AT Harry M. Hobbs, P.A. Clerk Circuit Court BRADFORD COUNTY Protect) interest( at not B65.09 Florida Statutes? STREETSIN Demarit, Building In New York City In 1889.

JORDAN 725 E. KennedyBoul.var'd BY:Beulab Moody HEALTH FACILITIES bearing notice Is hereby glv.n CROSBY LAKE .. ... ........................... .............. ......
125
STARKE. P.O. Bon exceeding the legal rate
AUTHORITY
; a public
CI.rk7l1Htchg804 that the undersigned
Starke. FL;92091. Intends Deputy annum payable semiannual SHORES,, NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Tampa Florida 33603: body corporate and per Ivl. T. Cau...,, ..01.own.r. *
to register said fictitious and file the original politic organized and a more particular business CONTRACT 2-VOLTAGE REGULATOR
*
.' doing NOTICE IS HEREBY
name under the the Clerk .of the existing under and by description of under the firm name ofIVIS' CONTRACT 8-15 KV CIRCUIT BREAKERS
with PERSONS
ALL
aforesaid statute.Dated above styled Court on or NOTICEOF virtu. of the Laws ef the said bond. being con GIVEN TO CONTRACT 45 KV METAL-CLAD

this 14 day 'of before August :27. 1983;, SHERIFF'S SALE State of Florida.Plaintiff, talned In the Complaint MACRAME GIFT WHOMSOEVER: ,SWITCHGEAR .
OF
flied In these pro SHOP 117 South Thompson YOU AND EACH CONTRACTS-SWITCHBOARDS.CABINETS
Juryv A.D. 1983 In, Bradford otherwise a Judgment Notice Is hereby given STATE VS OF FLORIDA and ceedings. Street Stork., YOU are hereby given TELEMETERING SYSTEM
County. mayb entered against'you that I. Dolph e. Reddish. the This Order to Show 'Florida Intends to notice that pursuant to
7/14 4tehg 8/04.' for the relief as sheriff. of Bradford Taxpayers, property Cause shall/ be publishedIn register said fictitious Section 336.09 and FPAL/STARKE INTERCONNECTION.

IN'THE CIRCUIT COURT demanded' In' I..... '(om. County Florida., under Owners oM Cltlxen of the manner requiredby name under the 336.10 Florida Statutes,, SUBSTATION AND POWER PLANT
EIGHTH plaint.' and by virtue of Writ of Bradford County 'including Section 75.06 Florida. aforesaid/ statute. 1982 the Board of County MODIFICATIONSCity
"i J, OF THE CIRCUIT WITNESS my hand and Execution to-wlt: non-resident Statutes In Bradford Do.d this 29th day of Commissioners of of Stark.,Florida
JUDICIAL THE STATE the teal of said Court OFt Execution Issued out J.! : owning property or sub County: Telegraph a July. A.D., 1983 In Bradford Bradford County Floridoodopted
'. Of 12. 1983. > of Court of ,r |here to taxation therein.at .
July County Levy County.
written
OF FLORIDA newspaper ofgen..al. a NOTICE is hereby gives that_lad Proposal
f 1"
i fy"" ; 'IN AND FOR GILBERT: BRowN '''County, Florida pursuant al.. Defendant' ..,, < ''circulation' In' Bradford ',,' 8/04 4tpd 8/2S Resolution closing and will be received by tbe City of Stark (Owner), at
BRADFORD COUNTY. r CURK CIRCUIT COURT, e'a a Final Judgement for J 1'4. County' published In'Starke. vacating the following/ City. Hall Post Office Drawer C. Starke Florida
: BY Beulah Moody'D.puy Jack Wilkinson of ORDER TO SHOW '"'. '. described roads 70 PJM. Eastern .
Jf. CIVIL ACTION' Clerk7114tchg CAUSE' Florlde-J, ; or 8201 until Daylight Tim.,
f'' CASE NO. 83-11 'Chleflond. Florida and ', ,;., ," DONE AND.ORDERED attests In Crosby LakeShores Tuesday. 'August 16. 1888 for furnishing the
h' j\ .-it 8/04 against Georg. Camp f THE' :STATE at Storke'1) :Bradford PUBLIC NOTICE a subdivision, to- Equipment described la the Contracts
,
JIMiwAtTEl* 'HOMES.. bell defendant. In the :iI,( TO OP Florida. this'12th; SWILIBIDS wit Document Proposal: will than and there be
INC.L' IN THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH COURT amount of $700.00 plus ... FLORIDA,.THROUGH THE"' ,Count JIII.,. 183.! .' ', ARE INVITED That portion of a forty opened and publicly' read aloud.Proposal received
OF THE 'Inter.*! together with STATE ATTORNEYS FOR,, w '. ,JOHN J CREWS ((40)) foot wide street or, after the time announced for the opening will
A Florida corporation.\ .. //1'11}i JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ''cost* of collection. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Circuit Judge The School Knard of road lying only between'1: not be considered.
:
Plaintiff. i.' IN AND FOR Have salted and hove CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE. 7/213tchg 8/04 Bradford County will Blocks 21 and 37 AND The Contract Document)may be examined and

'VS i and N BRADFORD COUNTY lne' my possession the THE SEVERAL PROPERTY receive bids on swill thai portion of a thirty, obtained at the office of the Owner and at the office
LEON NORMA SWEAT SWEAT, ''It+ ,'i '1. v' FLORIDA ACTION following/ described personal OWNERS.;.TAXPAYERS < from oil school (30) foot wide street or of the RW. Beck and AaeoeUte Engineer

'.' -. CIVIL property to-wlt AND CITIZENS Of BRADFORD < NOTICE, cafeterias on August IS, rood lying between and Consultant. 600 Bannock Street, Denver,
M.wif.and ,
FINANCE,INCMVformerly 1: TCASE NO.. 83-33iCA. '''7,) Oldsmobile, COUNTY 1783 at 7:00: P.M.. In- Block 36 and 37, all In Colorado 80204. s
FLEET "". 4-doar, 1.0. No. FLORIDA. INCLUDING SCOTT''S,4TORE3} \ forested Individual Crosby lake> Shores, a Each Propoeal shaD be accompanied by a certified
Known as %t RE: The Marriage of 33M9IR107940.I NONRESIDENTS OWN. (Terry Galr .. /Hep.) has bid each school subdivision, according too or cashier' check payable. to the Owner for
DISCOUNT on
SOUTHERN ,#?' i iI !"'" 'A ,4"?\\/l lCOMPANY. 'IJAMES LACEY. MACE :, At.|tM'property; ot the ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT made application for must separately listing the 'mop or plat thereof.recorded .a sum not lee than. (percent of the amount of the
.
: JR.; above named defendantand TO TAXATION SPECIAL EXCEPTION for school name and the In Plat Book 2. Proposal or accompanied by a Bid Bond of Ilk*
I Defendants., 4Hu.band, that on Monday the THERIN./ AND ALL Package Slor No 1 to amount bid p.r month peg 17 of the public amount of a Surety 1Icon d to do business in the

.W;;: and 15th day of August 1983 OTHERS' HAVING OR the Starke Board of Adjustment for each school. Individuals records of Bradford. State of Florida.'
r NOTICE 'LILLIAN SAIANO MACE.' ot one' clock on sold CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, on- property bid on one County Florida. Each Propoeal hall be conditioned that the
,')! OF SUIT wit.,. day on th. premise of TITLE OR INTEREST IN that Is classified B-3' and or all schools.may SAID RESOLUTION renounced Bidder will pay the Owner, as liquidated

'Tcj.t- ;' _' Sw.at and: the Bradford County Jail.. PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED described below Successful bidder must and forever damage.. tbe amount apeelfled unless tbe Bidder
NOTICE f will offer,for tale and BY THB, IS., Just South;; of Pep-Q suitable cans for disclaimed all/ right titleor enter Into a Contract In accordance with lie Proposal
Noi'ma J. Sweat OF ACTIONTO sell to this highest. bidder IIlANeI!':BV ':PLAINTIFF' Station, South Walnut provide swill be placed In at Interest whatever that and furnishes a Performance and Payment'
to
.
1..I< .nC.. ,0' ; LILLIAN .SAIANO 'for 'eairu" In": hand.,'"'e Of BONDS HEREINAFTER Street ((301)) 2.7 acres, each location. Failure to' the County or public may Bond with surety. Mtiaactory' to the Owner an
unknown. MORE parcel 2992-00100 In Section have In and to said roodsor to 100 of the Contract
ARC .HERESY MACE, cIa Edno above described property P'ARTICUI.ARLVDESCRleED. keepcan wash' area' mount equal percent
YOU Goodrum.. Route. 1, Box'' of) sold defendant to OR) TO BE 28 and 32. Township clean shall be groundsfor streets and the land Amount and burarue Certificate or copies of
NOTIFIED that anaction 43. Highway 8) North. ,IIOIlsly ,'h. aforesaid Execution AFFECTED IN ANY WAY; 6 South Range :22 East voiding award withno thereunder.THIS Insurance Policies within 10 day. from tbe date
to foreclose,a mortgage. "": "", THEREBY 382 feet along East side of money.Interested NOTICE shall be on which the Bidder to notified that IU Proposal
,80wl., T."a.7423O. return
on the following property HEREBY Dolph E, Reddish You and' ., 'of Hwy. SOIV-tt'f person published In the Bradford ha been _p..... I
Coun'Florida ; YOU AR(;,
In Bradford, ,{ : that action 1 ': Sheriff. ,ore hereby require to The Starke.Board of must have bid. at the County Telegraph' a If the Bidder fall to enter Into tAM Contract '
i to-wlt: NOTIFIED on 1 Bradford the Adjustment will conduct uf general and to famish the Performance' end Payment
on ,
the N6eo.n 1 / -'' ',' County 't appear 13ttl\ day Bradford County School newspaper
Commence of 'for'dissolution''of.mar ; ;' Florida1 of August 1983. at noo e public .hearing at their Administration circulation In Bradford Bond wd Insurance .. of In-
the' reliefhas' Board
,
..r of the i'/t of 'rlage and filed,,9th. S 11a'. c"g 8/H A.M. before the Circuit regular meeting held art Building not later than County, Flo ldo' on uraoee. Policies within 10 day from date on
NE% of the SWVi of Section '' boer against''you Court of Bradford Count '7:00: P.M., 'in the Council 7:00P.M.. August 19., August. 1983. which the Bidder I* notified that PropoMl baa

tTowmhip 6 South '" In the above-styled:; ......,.. ty. Florida. at the Courthouse : ROOM of Star**City Hall 1983.: Send bid to; DATED at Strobe.Bradford' been accepted, the Bidder cheek or Bid Bond
Ronae 31 Cost' for' the 'court and you, are required of In Starke., Thompson' ", Street, Dolor. Morgan, CoorJ County, riwUd and the amount tIMreoIsbaD be forfeited to the

P.O.II. Run W, along the written to.erve defenses.a copy If IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Florida, and show cause Sterhe Florida on dlnator Bradford County this 1st day of August. Owner at taw option.of the Owner. '

N.'?Mine of sold I* -a your JAMES .L.TOMUNSON OF THE EIGHTH why the-prnyer'etf ...., Thursday, August' 25. School Food Service 582 1983. City oIS..b,FloridaVttnasn8ilset \
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to on
distance, at 30 feet,. any .' ESQUIRE. > JUDICIAL CIRCUIT! OF ''Complaint I / filed In' the 1983. North Temple Avenue, BOARD OF COUNTY'COMMISSIONERS' I
thence tun $,. a distance Office Drawer 40.Storks. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR above entitled'J proceedlng At this., time, all persons Starke Florida :52091, Mayor P

of 410 feet I, thence run Post Florida ,32091, BRADFORD COUNTY should! ,not be will be heard con 8/04 2tchg 8/11 OF BRADFORD COUNTY: 7/211khal104/ /
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Number one in junior Softball.... I

Astros finished second In the Junior softball league Shanda Woods. Back row-Coach Linda Smith Jay
I Padres finished the season as the top team In the Thomas, Shane Bass Jimmy Quiette, Mike Tierney; right behind first place Padres. They are from left-to- Hodge Mark Strickland Chuck Smith Laurie Mobley.Stefanle ,
junior Softball league.They are from left-lo-righl: Front back row- J.J. Hall, Michael Rlpllnger, Felecla Aaron, right: Front rowDeana Holiday,Brian Blackshear, Hughes, Eva Hodge. Not shown In picture are I
rowCoach Buddy Revels Gary Don Brewer Blake Stacy Marshall Lisa Telrney, and Sarah Smith. Johnny Frampton, Johnny Gutter. Jay Groves, and Byron Bagwell and Kevin Jordan.

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High Water Makes' ,

BriefsRunners

Sports Good River Fishing,

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Area fishermen are experiencingthe '-. L Yrsdrieilw 4 1
best river fishing in years according 4*

should be for Summer Fun to local fishermen. >
getting ready "High water periods followed by

,Run.... low water conditions are traditionally
fishing years on river
Interested runners should be preparing for the 1983 Summer Fun Run systems," said Dale Jones, fisheries
coming up September 10. Originally the run was set for August 13, but was biologist for the Florida Game and
changed because of the Jacksonville Beach Run on that date. Fresh Water Fish Commission.
This year the run will coincide with Community Appreciation Day which
will Include a hot air ballon, band, and free hot dogs and cokes from 10 a.m. To catch the tasty'speckled perch,
to 1 p.m.. Jones advised anglers to fish the tree-
The course will be in the Edwards Road area and will be circular this year, tops or brush piles near shoreline using -
instead of out and back which was tried last year and was opposed by many live minnows. The minnows
of the runners. should be fished between 18 inches
Some 150 runners are expected in the run sanctioned by the Bradford and four feet deep."Redbreast .
Association for Retared Citizens. Race time will be at 9 a.m.. fishing on the Santa Fe
There will be races,one for 6.2 miles and a one mile run.Both races will be and Suwannee rivers continues to be
timed by age groups for both men and women. good, using both live.bait and artificial ..
Applications are avilable locally through race coordinator Mrs Resale bait" Jones said.
Griffith and at the Telegraph, Community State Bank, and Sunshine Acres. Proven methods of taking red- ,
Trophies will be awarded to first place winners in various age groups and breast are by fishing small spinner Number. > Two Team.....
overall trophies will go to the top male and female finishers in both races. baits near shoreline and retrieving .,. Lynn.
These are some of the members of the PIrates, who
them very slowly or by fishing Members of the team not shown Jeff Cain,
are Jeffery
and in came In second la the small fry Softball league In Starke. I
crickets trees treetops ap-
near Evans, Vince Parra Ronnie Lust, Justin .
MeAlhemy
proximately four feet of water. They are from left-to-rlght,Ricky Kite,Jason Bryant
Football season right around the corner.... Charmln. Wiggins, Becky Phillip, and coach Tammy Derek Callan.

Football season is getting closer and closer with fall BHS football practiceless
than three weeks from beginning.
Head Tornado Coach David Hurse says that football players should be going Clay Electric to Host
to the field house to work out.
*The kids need to start working out. The better shape a player is In, the _
less likely hood of getting Injured said Coach Hurse. 2 Captain P's.
in time for State Tourney &
The new weight lifting equipment should be in this week, just 2fr
,.footballers to start working out. : 301 South Starke
Hurse also mentioned that the players should see their family physicianfor Nine teams are Slated to participate In the Class A Industrial State competition
a physical. Forms for the doctor to fill out should have been recieved In this weekend, August 5, 6 & 7, In Lake. 'I Butler, hosted by Clay Electric '
the mail. U not, they can be picked up at the field house. Cooperative.. v ", :9 4i1aA
Ninth graders are urged to contact Hurse as soon a*'possible to get on the The tournament will be played at the Lake Butler Recreational Complex.Tournament a
master list for the schedule. "This is very Important Hurse. Director is Marvin Tomlinson of Lake Butler. '
Schedule for the upcoming;season will be published In the August Issue of Play will begin Friday night at 7 p.m with Clay Electric meeting Ocala Department
the Telegraph. of Corrections. At 8:30, East Coast .Railway,.(St. Augustine) will meet :
United Telephone of Ocala. ....
Final championship game will be played Sunday,Aug. 7, at 3-30: p.m. The top p'U.
Pop Warner Registration Underway.... three teams placing in State play will advance to Reglonals In Gadsden.
Alabama. From there, the winner will go to Utah for National competition. AlorgcooolMivli DQ of TirimfX. .
Registration for the Pop Warner football program Is underway from 10 a.m. Teams scheduled to participate are Clay Electric of Keystone Height,Ocala e>tnb moat.clams and whit, Mi f..... Your 0110400
to 3 p.m. on Saturdays at the Bradford Square Shopping Center. Department of Corrections, East Coast Railway of St. Augustine,.,United willi speoIaI d wsk+g. oil drawing
The program is also sponsoring a car wash every Saturday at the Fina Sta- Telephone of Ocala, Westinghouse of Peiuacola Grumman' of Jensen Beach
tion,next to Wendy's Hamburgers from 9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.to help raise funds. IBM of Boca Raton, .Seaboard Railroad of Pensacola and Collins Avionics M lemon wedge SaINn stackers
Registration should be done before practice starts August 1, to save last Melbourne.
minute confusion. Practice for the program will start at 5:30 at Westslde Members of the Clay Electric Industrial team are: Matt Hull, Fred Wheeler
Park. Registration will continue through the practice session. Claude Hardee, Dwight Elder,Tommy Wise, Donald Wheeler,Bill Ratliff,all o
Cost of registration is $35 and Includes girls interested in cheerleading for Starke; Steve Thomas, Grady' Bostick Chuck Head, Roger Donley, Sol
the teams. Shoemaker, and Tyrone Matthews, all or Keystone. Heights; Johnell Smith o
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The Cubs won the first game in a 1-0 the Victor' 511 ECR
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Tommy In the Honour first game pitched Steve the White Cubs and to sophisticated Electronic Cash Register$ystem..- ''a Fresh Tossed Salad with choice of 3 dressings
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fine Bhrow from left field by G. automadc tax end change. 0 many other starK daicf tcshaes, to :...un' or cole slaw with any order
Brown to J.Williams to nail a Sanford! 'I. :complete m+x+S9rnea f
computation add 9o' for toesdCaptain
runner at home plate. "> non-taxabIe c01lrOi. .s 11 n 9
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8th Inning,allowing thre straight runs D's.
by Sanford, enabling them. to take the.'> Checkout. Victor The Money,ManagersFor f
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Joe Brannen, Tommy Honour, and ,. .'. C ,a groat little eafeod place.
B. Roth each hit doubles.. Brannen "
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Johnson each hit 2-for4 during the .. Two2-IHee PIth DiPIR911/7'
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h.J I' Ac 1 ', Heights resiJent Vince McLeod, onto a gleaming beach. "It's perfect combination of surfing and sailing
edge
t'I white sailboard at the water s ready to- take but you don't need waves and you don't need as much
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He takes two or three strides into the shallows:then It takes a different kind of balancing act to maneuvera
leaps lightly aboard the graceful craft pushing away sallboard as well,and that's what McLeod's lessons attempt
from shore as he jumps. He tilts over momentarily, then to give the novice.
the wind fills the brightly colored sail extending it to its "We set up a lesson plan for course that lasts one
full dimensions and suddenly he Is under way, riding the weekend with a total of about six hours of instruction,"
; ? breezes and skimming across the waves. he !said. "We1' feel it's Invaluable for a beginner and
Vince and his wife Pam have been in the
part-time most people, .have little experience on this type of
., sailboard business, giving lessons and selling equipment .board',
for over a year now. Looking at it as a part-tune' McLeod takes a page out of the book on fighter pilot
job(Vince In Gainesville during the week), a hobby and and astronaut training and uses a ground-based
most of all loads of fun, he says the sport Is finding new simulator to guide his students through the proper motions
adherents In this area now that summer is here. for handling the board while still they're still safely
; V a, s "They started this sport out in California, probably a 'on the beach. The device consists of a rocker type arrangement -
; i bunch of surfers who wanted to have something to do that simulates many of the actual motions of
( t J when the waves weren't up," Vince said at his home tho board while giving the students plenty of leeway to
!. 4f nh 'i. located just one block away from the lakefront. "It has ,make an occasional mistake.
spread over to .the east coast gradually but It is really The mast and the sail on a sailboard are controlled by
., big in Europe, In France p.nd England and on the another unique device up by the original inventors -
Medlteranean coasts. We hope it will be just as popular University of thou Biologist Jim Drake and
here In this area within the next few years" Hoyle Schweitzer, called the "wishbone". The operatoruses
., l'.J--- J The equipment is simple really, consisting of a foam- the wishbone to control the motion of the sail, to tilt
filled, fiberglass covered boardshaped( like a surfboardbut it to just the right angles so it will fill up with the breezes.
n larger) which has a finor skeg) on the bottom In the and send the board racing over the waves.
rear of the board for guidance and a keel or "dagger The weekend-long lessons McLeod gives at Lake
board" in the middle like a sailboat for stability. The Geneva consist of various exercises and instruction that
mast is what makes sailboards unique. enables most beginning students to master the art after
F Known as the"free sail system",the flexible masts on just two days and some additional practice on their own.
.i 1+ft McLeod's sailboards are attached to the board by a McLeod starts by putting the student through some
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I que Lake Geneva. simulator on the beach. before taking off Into the water..,
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.f i rto' ,r- C I r a Mayan Palac and Object| Ooil...... Hours.-5 weekdays and SO"rdayl.Tuesday open
Oraanxatlons o.-I OFs-- till 9 1-Sp.m. Sundays and holidays located on the earner of N.wsll I Drlv and
and p.m.
,' ,d.Churchss.Club. ..\ *..* "*. .. 14 J" ', A _"'Iong arts MirUs will) help opo iv jadtsanvlll** .htoforlc/ Florida Th otr Ofcrwstra's + Musoum load at .... OF campus In Galnasvtll. c' .
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will be hold Thuraciay.August 1' p.M., p.m. ., -< :::":' ,. of t h...... o St. Augustine plop. *witnu .li. ..th. 1.500 sat am.phlthsatnjb .'12.50. ,-' '
High,.School." ftmrv4 MM ere S6 for duHs and $4 fair children and_lor clll.>sI f

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.Summ.r C.I.bratton, I Salufdoy of ,.m.' I In the Unlt.d Church of,1624 NW AwA .tn. Mends. .....--..: .".. Jacksonville Auditorium. Tickets are $9. 1-A33-WOO for Information, ,' I
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Linda Wharton that come Into the country to do. Is.' foreigners; who work there. pie working for the hospital ff land their \\URR" fOR '.CSELEC110N !/" D
Lake Region Monitor Editor drive a car. ; That it provides classes 'for .dependents don't have to worry about lESt .
But I don't find their restrictions; dependents such; as knitting any! health problems. They are all s
From a woman's point of view, that hard to comply with" says Nan- crocheting and even cooking classes. taken care of, she stated, even dental' .
Saudi Arabia is a shoppers paradise. nette. This gives you the opportunity to care.Nannette. '
And Nannette Hughes says that going Nannette's husband Is on his fourth ,sample the different cuisine of other pointed out that over In
Into town and shopping Is the "big, contract in Saudi Arabia and they' :countries Nannette stated. Saudi you see a lot of elderly couples TOO DARN HOT!
trip" of the week. plan to stay one more year she She says the hospital also sets up in the 608-708. \
Home for several months this sum- stated. tours for the dependents,and that she ."And they are working" she said.
mer Nannette returns soon to Rei- For Nannette her husband the;, has had the opportunity to visit manyof "The Saudi feel that If a person hall _
jadh, Saudi Arabia where she lives,, many other people of various na- the beautiful palaces there and see
with her husband Vernard who Is the tionalities that are flocking to Saudi many things she would not otherwise 'pas..
head of King Faisal Hospital's eleci, Arabia to work the positives far out- have had the opportunity to see alone. (See Saudi..., ....B) III '
tric, water and sewage plant there. weigh the negatives., In addition to this, she says the peoINSULATION -. t
"They have a huge A&P store over And oneof those positives Is apparently 1
there, a big Food Fair and other big the money."A .
supermarkets," says Nannette. "You ,person can make in one year AHM30-J: AHM1140.7 AtW,310.4
can buy anything in Saudi except pork. over there what he'd make in the BTU '
and alcohol. They have beer, but it is United States in three yean" says L9 12,000 BTU 5,000 21.000 BTU
Vs HIGH EFFICIENCY EASY INSTALLATION HIGH EFFICIENCY
non-alcoholic she explained. .. ,Nannette. .
'.6 EER 115 VOLT 7.' EER 230 VOLT
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Nannette tells of the fabulous dress And the tax break Is another advan-
shops that line the streets of tage, she stated adding that now tax \ S'M $498 $188 .648
downtown Reijadh that carry all the exemption has been upped to$75,000.
Paris originals and Imports from But there Is one hitch to that. The A99.JJ -
many of the fashion conscious coun- bread winner is not allowed to stay in S> '
tries. "It's an International shopping this country the United States, over 5 .Instant' Credit Free Delivery
spree," s. 30 days within a 12 month period. '
"They thin nothing of paying So Nannette says when they get II .to qualified.buyers' In most cases

8-$10,000 riyals for a dress, which 'III their 6CHIaY"vacaUoD,, they,spend a I 9y.., Fedders .
close to $3,000 In American money" portion of it in the states'and the other'
Nannette said.; traveling through other parts of the. -f\\U\
"It is just fantastic to walk through country. .
the gold shops and just look at all that "I get to see a lot of the world that s I
glitter and gold hanging there," Nan- the ordinary housewife wouldn't. have SATURDAY --. ,
nette says enthusiastic the opportunity to see," says Nan-
Gold is very economical over there, nette. .- ASIIOIIfI 'A'_ HA 7e..
she explained saying that you can The hospital where Vernard works 6.000 BTU 4,000 BTU 9,000 BTU
18-21 carat furnishes DANCE
buy gold jewelry at that everythlng."Everythlng \x'S
particular day's market price. but food," says Nannette. High Efficiency G.E. PORTABLE Super EfficientEER
But it appears that gold and The couple live in a 2-bedroom com- Q EER 7 115 VOlT 7.5 AMPS 113 VOLT 11 115 VOLT
gasoline are just about the only things pletely furnished, even down to the 1 pRl2Eig, '
that are cheap or reasonable in Saudi: linens and kitchen utensils. lE : $318 178 598BUY
.. "We spend an average of U.qoo a townhouse )n, the hospital "\QIJ\1fi: p '
month for food," NannettelMldft but".! i'QiInd.r', ..A ""illt( .. {>"\, ',
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consider that the beef is raised and for single men and single womea '
butchered and flown In from another and others for married couples are WED 2 TOR 1 r 9U
country. owned by the hospital. ,
Another item that is very expensivein We pay rent but are given a living ." I U 11 VA
Reijadh is plants. Peat Is also expensive allotment each month, Nannette Iu FBISATBAND !
says Nanette as this is also stated. rH 332 W. Madison Phone 964.7701
imported.In She said the hospital has its own
April The Lake Region Monitor recreation center for the 2,700 .. -
published an article on Saudi Arabia
about a local contractor who workedon -- .
the coast of Saudi Arabia in the Grand
Prize WinnersBarbara
new city of Jubail which is located on Opening
the coast.
In contrast to his part of the country Crawford Lamar Johnson Paulette
Boree.
... Reijadh which is located inland
in the center of Saudi Arabia Nan- SAVE THAT ENERGY
nette says there Is no humidity there Don Ritchie Sandra' Johnson Cheryl Reynolds Dick Tillman
and that in the summer the ,
temperature rises to 140 degrees. Mike Starling Lynn Hall Isabelle Lee T.H. Bement t
"That is why I come home In the \.iI *
summer months. To get from
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the heat" says Nannette.She COME IN AND PICK UP YOUR FREE GIFT
pointed out that the winter mon-
ths are much more comfortable, with
termperatures not getting much rIII .
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w! skirts long sleeves and covers her FIBERGLAS BAtTS I NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION ; ; $6988
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? d Clay County officials were told'last moved from Panama it would be
I : week that the Army has earmarked established at Its new location in 1984.
,'jI' r M' 0S,' s $50 million for construction of a headquarters There U a possibility. the school
t y buildings and living operated by the U.S. Department of
L r quarters for personnel of the Army Defense, could remain in Panama,
_ : : School of the Americas, If the decision which would necessitate renegotiation -
: Is made to move the faculty, now of the Panama Canal Treaty. If
I located In Panama, to Camp Blan- moved, it would go to one of three
t,.. r Ja ding. locations: Eglin Air Force Base in
Florida Adjutant General Robert West Florida, an air force base in
:: 1) Ensslin, of St. Augustine Headquarters Puerto Rico, or Camp Blanding.
told Clay County Commissioners en evaluation tour here last
: Njpr, ,, %' ( 'If on a tour of Camp Blanding January Col. Robert E. Ley,directorof
k nn '*4 Pr last week, that a decision on moving the Panama training school and
+ the training facility for Latin head of the site survey team, was
:. American military officers could favorably Impressed with the layout
t come by: the end. of September. If. and facilities at Blanding.
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Inspection Line... Tobacco,Auctions Not Going Well... MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY

Warehouse owner Roger Davis and buyers Inspect the tobacco as the auctioneer Union County tobacco farmer Marvin Smith looks over the government grade CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARK ACCEPTED
rattles off prices. Tobacco brought! 30 cents lets a pound this year. placed on his tobacco. "Tts DKtsi sf TsMfttM WH Siva Ht KMfclw,

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'. $1.33 a pound was the average price word from Union County tobacco producer said VI' feel this Is the paid for tobacco as the Flue Cured Marvin Smith. break the whole program." : and demand" Is the reason for cheap 1'
Stabilization Co-Op bought 80 percentof Smith sold 11,000 pounds,averaging Hendricks went on to say'that by his tobacco prices the past few years. I
tobacco sold during the opening $1.32 per pound at the opening day figures it cost the farmer$1.80 to prot Much tobacco in the United StatesIs 473-3604
r day sale i at Lake City- Tobacco. .sale Wednesday in Lake City. duce and harvest one pound of tobacco now bought from overseas where it Ml. LOUNnTI SHCMABDSON HWY. :91 N.Jackson's .
Warehouse. "I have been growing tobacco' for "how can a farmer make it on can be bought at a much lower price.
Angry farmers voiced their disap the past 15 years and this is the worse. '$1.32. per pound; :' commented Hen-,
pointment at tobacco prices. "Pricesare I've ever seen it" commented Smith.> dricks. ' '
terrible, worse than anyone ex- Smith grows 85 acres tobacco in, "Worse than I expected" was still
pccted" was all that 1 could be, heard, 'Union County. ." another'comment from Worthington
around the market. Another union County tobacco Springs tobacco producer Walter Building Supply
According ,to farmers tobacco farmer Stephen Hendricks said this Williams. .
prices dropped approximately 30.cents would be the last year he would grow Williams went. on to say that U
per pound front opening day tobacco due to the fact that there was tobacco buying keeps going like this has K-Lux
sale last year/ > ,just drpicksin the crop anymore. there will be some drastic changes
"We lust can't go on this way, gets:; .'ii cut his crop!from SO made. Williams planted 35 acres of
worse from year.to year" was the" acres last year to 20 acres this year- tobacco- this. year. S
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11 [. ; LW-d Escapee'Granted Appeal. j,by District. Court;. .. ;, LIGHTING PANELS A


'. AconvicteA3 'Uef3yho} ped"I x t- y+. ayjV J1982 While set'v1nJL.' II".!).'fa' .for his arrest July 12.rAStrlcklandtrrnevedettsm. r .Jfjpr Suspended
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f da Putnam" charge dismissed Note$S c1ing ,
the bmieoift because heas Hefiiedr :r toy"a escape
his right to a'Fridspeed trial, an /appeal County deputy. that he was denied his right to be ;
;. court ruled ay.' '' < ,,' .'An information charging him with' brought tor trial within 180 days of his j, Ceilings.UX S
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Richard Strickland wail on a work- escape from the'minimum-medium arrest. -
release. program when he escaped security Institution was filed Jule 8
from\ Lawtey Correctional .titutlon.. 1982 and: a bench warrant was issued' !!Se. Escapee....p.ioB).'

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Ico started 'logging ramp, and Unhook while still sitting\ .
Union County when he was 13 in the cab. f
old and has been In the business Log loaders have also made many .
since. 'changes during the. years. When SCIK'XL
a self-employed Roscoe Seay started his Own business
ger when he was 19 years old back In 1949 he loaded logs by hand, .
with a cross-cut saw and ono things changed with Seay buying his T SAVINGS FOR THE FAMILYl _
Ford. Truck. first "Loggers Dream" In 1962. This 1
From visiting his operation was a cable type loader. AO"OPIV.
one can sure tell how things I t A a+ .
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changed, "Roscoe Seay and ;; \\".. '
Timber" has some of the .
modern logging equipment In dJngg..w ,.
area. + 4 i
Their equipment consist of "I try to bo a good, r. ro I' n ( '-
lacks Hydroax a large Prlntlce honest businessman. I ++ DAN POST;",
Loader along with two semi ,
and log trailers. watch after. my business .. I '. l ',
Seay and Son own their own
ment, nothing Is leased..Seay ,and my.equipment.Your If love your feat, ?i "
you
in his this own business.producer There and his Is own no\ business' is no bet I don't forget to take Hush Puppies'"ii:

\ man in his operation from the ,.ter,than you make it" core. of-your thoaslJoggers> I 8oeomh">rt...bl..nytWnfl. gon,, ''' ('..
the trees bought until they
are
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said Roscoe Seay.He ", airsecaOtt '
delivered to the mill. s
The new modern equipment : ""e oTS ..7IAJrl. \
I taken a lot of hard work out of G'' ; ; 6 1 Ila '','
": 1 STEEL ,
woods according to Seay.From "'; .
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cut saws to chain saws, until purchased'his first SHANKS I
hydraulic RoHcit> sea' and Ralph Seay
new piece of equipment FOR MOM
the"i -
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loader In 1964 and now owns a Prln
Hydroax clips the trees off and tlce 210 B which can load a trailer In,
them to the loading ramp all In lp, minutes Moccasins FOR DADRomeo
move. .
Twenty years ago \it took one-half'' '
The Hydroax has. been on day to load a small truck by hand. It, FLORIDA FOR MO/yi/ &..DAY.Service Slip-On
market for the past six to eight was also a hard strenuous fob,which; 'THEATRE '" Boots
and according to Seay is one of today is done by the push of a lever. "' Rugged
best pieces of logging 'Five to seven loads a day are! Shoes
arou do"Timber'ack". 'delivered to the mill by a five man'' Starke 984-5451 Wolverine Welts
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'crew. Clanton Scarf. James Parrish .
is also
a Tues.RcserMooro
word in all logging and and Dwayne Crawford, along with Fit thru SHOP & COMPARE r s
A owners Roscoe and Ralph Seay do all
Timberjack
operations today.
used the work in this operation. QUALITY & PRICES!
large tractor which is
"snake" or pull the logs out of. Another son, Clarence Seay work- IN
woods. ed with his father for ten years after I Allow 7 to 10 Days D aBLE'
graduating from high school but now OCTOPUSSY1301 ..
Seay bought his first crawler has his own logging operation. r on Special; Orders!
tor back in 1954, and in 1963 he Seay has hauled his logs to various
chased his first "rubber. mills in the past but now hauls all
skidder." timber to either Owens-Illinois\ in DRIVE-ml
Lake Butler or Georgia Pacific and'' -' 16" lineman's Boots (Steel Toes.) . . . . . '60.00:
the Skidders past a driver have come would a have long to way. within has worked a 10 mile for radius the past of home.four years ( 64- 484 Snake Boots . . . ... . .,. . . . . :: !65.00:
off the skidder or Timberjack When asked what has made his Iy y
hook chains around the logs pull } Frt thru Tues. '
business work for so many years by %
the loading ramp and then the Union County Time Seay replied YELLOW ,BEARD STARKE SHOE REPAIR
the chains.
"I try to be a good honest
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Now on a modern Timberjack businessman I watch after my,; PLUS- 120 E. CALL: STREET 964-6261 STARKE
is a turbo arapel which by the push business and my equipment." James Parrish
a hydraulic lever inside the cab "Your business is no. better than: MAD MAX !
driver can hook to the logs,pull to you make it," he said. i

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If yoo'vs ever mborkod on a "self-Improvement"I program by
yourself' you may recall)) the result as anything from a dreary grind
to an outright disaster. :
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to attain your fitness goal this Fall: (join a "support group" pro
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problems) makes the effort a team effort. Its not only a challenge; t,
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you. So whatever your fitness goal for this Fall... lefs do it
together!

copiNG wiih. STRESS AERObic dANCE

living 'In our.....-pocM world eon become Aerobic end |lau dance routines stretch'
a real "pressure cook. unless and lone. 1 Increase your flexibility and
you learn to Identify and cope with... help with weight control. Program for
stress factory which affect you. men end wom.n.Early .
Fee: 24. AI-lhe-Door'29. Fee: *3 per_Ion or '35/24 sessions
Aug 37, 1983, 9:00: a.m. >4:00 p.m. Mon.,Wed.. Frl,UOO: p.m.
i 6 Contact Hours for Nurses Starting September 7sropsMokiNq
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'.lose IS pounds or' more In 10 weeks orwe'll Money back guarantee!* Thafs right:
give your money backl'* The _'II refund your money If you don't
program Includes a weekly' 2.hour stop the smoking habit The course uses
class. regular welgh-lns and a privatecounseling subliminal motivation to help you
Train-Truck,Collision... session with a dietitian change your habits and reinforce your

Curtis Addison'was seriously Injured in an accident In which his truck and a Jaws r Life rescue tool that bad;is be flown 1. from Gainesville Early every' ,_..: II.'ISO;AMhe-Door 1S5.. Early willpower.'': '73 I M-th..Door>80 .
train! .had. a near head-on colllnlon. Addison was extricated from his truck by a It took <*minute*to get. the tool_to the accident even by helicopter; Each Tuesday beginning September e 12 Hours, beginning November e.

1 Lake_Butler. _Man. hurt. As ,Train Hits Pickupn ; I" ,.DMalh. and oondlHm, of*.varan*,will. ...wept.......!ii lh>err
critically n ""- Injured ignite July Buuer 28 when man a train was, Jlllle Pace of said.Addison the. pickup almost head-on,; .r

Butler.collided with his pickup truck In Lake. was taken by helicopter to r JOIN THE! FITNESS TEAM !
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Shands Hospital. He was reported in .
At 7:17: a.m. Curtis Leroy Addisonwas good condition Tuesday, a hospital Dr.;.; G. Gray! FlynnannoiJr.ces
north
traveling on N.E.8th Street spokeswoman said.Addison's .
about 40 mph and apparently did not Stop by Bradford Hospital for a free brochure. Or call us at
see the westbound locomotive until it 1979 GMC pickup truck' 964-6000,Ext. l 147 and talk to our Health Class Coordinator.
wa too late, said Trooper T.C.Pace. was totalled in the accident Damage ,. thepp nIng4a
Addison turned right to avoid to the Seaboard Inc
trying train was $3,000 according Bradford Hospital!
the train but it struck the passenger's'. ,to Pacer .., ''T Jh10f his office Pw on 11e1at PI.....register me for the coursei)Indicated below
i '. ; ., ......Po tlpll/dur./ srr.nw.fns I understand that once the court begins, my registration
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Inmate Found : 923 East Call Street fee becomes non-refundable.
Guilt] of Sexual Batterygave : .
". for the, ,, Stark. Florida 33091

(tn Bradford County Circuit! Court Taylor the maximum possible Name ,
last Wednesday six Jurors found sentence, five years, to be served in .
Florida.State Prison inmate Lewis addition to his other sentences. General. Practice I .iv, err w.ddl.flatCourses / ) .1I
Taylor Jr., 25, gullty of committing Taylor Is serving a 129-year prison "H"of, ,
sexual battery upon John Clark,\Jr.,. term for armed robbery in Broward ( )selected:
also 25,In Clark's prison cell one mor- County,'plus five years for having a ,Dentistry, .
ning last December. They also found weapon at FSP in 1982. .
Taylor guilty of possessing a weapon. Clark ,tsijjervlng two consecutive 603 Call Mailing Address
life 'prison, terms for first-degree E. Street
After the verdict was returned, Circuit 'murder.plus 300 years for armed robbery '. :
Judge John J Crews sentenced' :in Okaloosa County. He must viStarke \
Taylor to 30 years for the rape, to be serve 53 years behind bars before beIng City State Zip Code '
served concurrently with timehe, : considered for parole. 'I
already Isv serving. The, maxlrmirre[ Clark was' ''sentence for forcible rape Is life..For. ( Institution. after the at- ". :. :,96417OO4 '
.-having-- a homemade- knife- Crews correctional: -. ....- .. 7M'f', Telephone (9 am to 5 pm weekdays) .

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time Damage to Ford" was,toe!. The'
Fender BenderOn Tande was serving for robbery Simmons was 'stopped' at Old InjuredIn the
Brooker"Man ChargedDWI from Manatee County and was to Cyclist 1981 Yamaha was totalled"-- "
and she also
SR-16 in StarkeA thin! Lawtey Road SR-16 was Starke Accident In th.'accl-
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in AccidentPete have released September cited for careless driving. There, were no charges ,.
minor accident occurred July 25 said Wainwright 0' t ."': Bond for the charge of DWI, was Morning shower may have con- ,_dent 'I I.t+ I'
Hodge.\ 46, of Brooker intoxicated was ar- on SR-16 In Starke when a vehicle was "Starke Man Arrested $300 and $200) for! ,the NVDL charge. tributed to the cause of an accident at 1 '. J
rested for driving while
struck by an other vehicle as It pulled Simmons was released on her own 9-30 a.m. on the corner of Call and .
causing an accident late July 22 northof No Injuries -"
from Charged With Burglary, :
to _a parking places recognizance. Court Street
Heights. according '
Keystone of Robert la Starke Accident ;
The driver a motorcycle
Trooper B. A. Williams Cynthia Heaton O'Steen of Starke Bradford County Sheriffs Department ',Robert A. Foster, 20, of Jackson- Griffls received minor Injuries -
The collision was almost headonbut was cited for violation of right of way arrested a 24-year-old Starke ville was arrested July 31 and Eugene when the cycle was struck by a There were no Injuries In sit, ''accldent -
charged
the occupants of the vehicles In the accident, according to man July 28 In downtown Starke with having no valid driver! I 1983 Ford Escort, driven by Essie L. last Thursday afternoon In
I received only minor Injuries, they Patrolman Ricky Bennett charging him with the burglary. of a license according to Corporal R. D. according to Patrolman Starke.when a Middleburg man fall-
I were treated and released from Bradford Annett DeSue Williams, driving A trailer on SR-100. 0 Lewis. '. Crosby Crum.Rescue ed to yield the right of ways according.
David
Hospital. Rescue 75 responded to 1977 Chevrolet, was eastbound on Douglas Joseph Martin Is chargedwith Foster was stopped two miles northof 63 back-up unit with .',to Lt. LaDe Sibley. ,"
II the accident. SR-19 when O'Steen driving a 1983 burglary-grand theft of property' Lawtey on US-301. c Freeman Register Jr. and Curtis Arthur Leon Soloman 6f 'Mld-
Hodge, driving a 1980 Mercury, was Chevrolet pickup pulled from the valued at$2,350: according to Deputy Bond for the NVDL was set at $50. Crawford responded to the accident. dleburg, driving a 1977 Mercury pull-
i .a northbound on SR-100 when he drove parking lane Into the; path of Williams Paul Stegall. Martin alledgedly Foster was released. after he posted a Griffls was taken to Bradford ed out from the Lll' Champ Store at,
.
: i his vehicle over the centerline and and was struck in the noon accident. removed household Items and a chain cash bond. Hospital where' he was kept over- US-301 and SR-10 striking the'fl'Onlof
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was struck by a southbound Pontiac Damage to the pickup was $600. saw from a storage trailer and shed a 1980 Toyota ,driven by Patricia
\( stationwagon The Pontiac, driven by Damage to the 1977 Chevrolet was on East Water Street belonging to J: njght.CrOllby had stopped for the stop sign Wainwright of Starke. Neither drivernor
i Phyllis Langford English of $330. A M: Edwards sometime between July Bike Strikes Car, then proceeded north on Court St. the Wainwright children! who,
t Tallahassee and the Mercury were 18 and July 28. A good deal of the Causes' Accident Griffis who was eastbound on Call St..HW were passengers,were Injured '
: both totalled;; In the accident. Lawtey Arrest stolen litems have been recovered, > the danger, applied brakes but Damage to the Mercury.was$700.
I : Hodge's alcohol blood content was For Violation said Stegall. Randal Barry Price of Rob- -slid on the wet pavement Into' the Damage to the Toyota was $1,000; in
: .14 percent. Bond for the DWI was set Martin was released from Bradford binsvllle, N. C.waS entering a private .vehicle.: the 4315 p.m. accident.: '*' '
: at $300 he was released after he Kindal E. Mobley 24, 'of Lawteywas County Jail on his own recognizance. drive in Starke July 29 when a bicycleran 'v't ,
bond. arrested Into the right front,of. his 1981 *
: : posted a surety July 12 and 'chargedwith .. "-
Damage to the stationwagon was violation of ordinance No.49A;; ,Traffic Violations Chevrolet. ..:. n>"
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Davis, IS 'of Starke who 11'r \ d1 15
: g $5,000. according to Lawtey Chief M. M.Jor- Anthony ,

\i i: dan.Mobley was standing in front of his. Jn-Starke tfe Allen, Jr.,Area 45, of Alachua'County was with riding the'on the accident sidewalk, according was charged .1 Carper (Any :, $1-4 95" :: ,':

I St. Petersburg Man truck drinking a beer at the Commissary ,was art'4Sted..July: 29 and charged Patrolman Paul Rhoden. -
: Food Store according to the with Rescue 60 with Paramedics Scott
I in Starke driving while intoxicated according Paul West responded to .Clean.nll.lilt. .
i lias Wreck arrest record. to Trooper R. E. Williams. t Taylor and I I I
Davis to Bradford 1
Bond was set at $50. Mobley was Bond for set at the accident taking
; of St. the DWI charge was J .
Ferguson !
Douglas Eugene
Petersburg lost control of his 1970 released on his own recognizance. $300. Allen was released his' own(|',.Hospital released.where he was treated and; I Whole House Special.. .{4LY..lln.'! !1! ?.?*.'..*:.)) 59-:11
Oldsmobile musing an accident July recognizance by Judge IQrby. .,. the Chevrolet was$350.

25. Inmate Gets Manous 24, of Arkansas Damage to. I Carpet Dyed. .... <(ra! L.) ..,. . .. . . ,';"599S
Ricky Wayne
: Ferguson Road was traveling in Starke eastbound when his was arrested July 29 and charged .......................,.............................. 4498 I
i on vehicle Market starting skidding because of 2 More Years with driving while Intoxicated, according IN MUMOIV O. I Furniture Cleaned. .,!?*a ceail I ... .. . 0 "
i loose surface sand according to Lt. Theodore Lloyd Potter pled guilty to Trooper R. E. Williams. Beulah/ Prescott "Not Don't "
Estan Mosher of the Starke Police to the charge of grand theft-auto in Bond for the DWI charge was set at Our Mother I Delighted, Pay,
; Department.The Oldsmobile struck a Bradford County Circuit Court last $300. Manous was released on his own Serving an of Bradford and Union County ,
I i tree doing $500 damage to the week. recognizance. ;,y, Who Passed away one yaw ..*. *<;+
: Oldsmobile. Judge John J Crews sentenced Pot- August 2. W.. Mill miss' you M much. Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Col'
Ferguson had been drinking but ter to serve two years concurrent. with Pearly M. Simmons of Starke was Daughter .
i was not charged in the accident, according any time he Is now serving. arrested July 30 and charged with Iran Hall and 964-6931 ,
i: to the police report. Potter had been released from the driving while intoxicated and havingno Dot Crockralt, end family
Department of Corrections when he valid driver's license according to FREE Estimates 24 Hr. Service Satisfaction Guaranteed1Kill
was caught with a stolen car, which Patrolman,Paul l Rhoden .1
Stolen Pickup cancelled his parole. f '

9 Recovered in Starke News of Record .

i A pickup stolen from the area oft Marriages dissolved during the. Multi Nfile 'Weeds
Insects and
c Bay and Lafayette Streets In Starke month of July 1983 in Bradford Coun-
recovered in the Bradford
July 25 was s
t. County Roping Club area the next ty.Ronald L. Martin and Edna P. Mar- Before You Plant with '
morning without the dash radio and .,
battery according to Lt. Estan tin.Joel E. Norred and Theresa Y.Nor- I '
Mosher and Lt. Glen Moore. I Vapam Soil' Fumigant
Ford to Paul red.Gerald VolkswagoBug :
The 1979 belonging R. Thigpen and Julie M. t ..
Faulkner of Starke had been driven Thigpen.Claude. ".J'I li n ld Kills most weeds, Nematodes, Fungus and Soirbarnediseases.

,[ several abandoned miles just overnight two miles before from whereit being D. Revels and Vicki' Sue i .. 4 Wheel' RVT ,..': Allows better growth & yield frpriljtpur\: \?
Revels. (garden ute 2-3 weeks before planting. '
was taken. Nylon'Tlre
Carl C. Sumner and Lettie Faye '
Damage to the vehicle has not been Sumner. TUNE-UP |1 gal. treats 400 sq. ft. MM O O
\ determined. Johnnie D. Sumner and Debra A. 9-15LT 58.88 3.51 Gal. Reg. '14.18 ./ O O

Sumner. $ o 10-15LT '67.88 '4.30 Now *
.
James R. Ackerman and TheresaA. !75
Governor Reappoints Ackerman., 11.15 LT 70.88 4.51. I Qt. Reg. '3.49 Kow'2"v

Medical Examiners Vernon E. Olin and Lucy L. Olin. Includes plugs, points, 12-15LT 84.88 '5.39Alignment ......,' .
Robert Lee Pritt and Kimberly Ann .
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Governor Bob Graham announcedthe Pritt. valve adjustment| ft 1 tl "
reappointment of six persons as Hugh E. Ellis. Sr. and Dorothea V. valve cover gasket:''" J;1oAoI. rrJ10' N. 81.18:. :. r', KI..L IS I
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b. Medical Examiners which includes Ellis.. j WhiteSpoke .
the Eighth District. The terms expire James W, Clemons and KatherineC .:.-.,..... "
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m July 1908.Reappointed.was. demons. ''Wheels' For People Who Real .lrVa tjo ''.'.
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William fm
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Hamilton 38, of Archer In District "tot 8" rf I
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,. for Alachua General Hospital and is a Short EscapeA M2.50Most Attracts KiUs Flying Insects; .'
member of the Alachua County $259S
I Medical Society. Hamilton received a Lawtey Correctional Institution / Model 1015 F ,
bachelor's degree from the University Inmate was caught driving a stolen Cars.CORBETT'S Covers 1/2 acre M' L 99
of South,Florida and his medical van Sunday that he had taken late Reg.; '79.99 NoW "W** .
degree from the University of Miami. Friday night. '
;' District Eight includes Alachua Inmate Mitchell. Jerome Tande SERVICE Model No. 2025 ,
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andUnion drove from his work release Job Covers 3/4 acre ,
;. Baker Bradford Gilchrist, Levy away $999Reg.
counties. at the Baldwin Truck Stop July 15 on- ri..wdny. (Fermer"y s Firestone) 964-6436 I MN-1016 '99.99 VOW ,

The Medical Examiner performs ly to be stopped In Duval County July .__.._ a.:: .. _1' Model' 3050 jf' .
autopsies and laboratory examinations 17, according to Superintendent .
in order to determine cause of James Wainwright. .-==____.:..'T ::::::-t.__..:.__.:==:::::::::==== eK J08a Covers acre 8999
: death of a human being who died = ...L Reg. M 129.99,. NOW .
under certain circumstances and
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carpet will serve in your household ", .. ;
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Bradford County Court A home on Mable Street Wat-.
burglarized, Bradford Rescue Unit one was an overdose.One caU Lane Sibley.
Noa Jury Trials content missing have was to Starke May 15 to
? not been determined patient in an emotional crisis. McKenzie driving 1977 Dodge replace Corporal J. '1
( ; according to ran R.
Has Month Hobbs Jr. who
has
Appearing before Judge D. L, Grlffla Patrolman Wayne',Wilkinson. ""The Busy Three calls were attempted suicide the light and his vehicle was struck by _retired. and is 'I
fit Bradford County Court Monday home was also .and 1IMd ".*o.. Braidford Rescue Unitreports' a and two calls were to stabbing vic- a 1977 Mercury driven by Alfred Earl living in Tallahassee. I
Lewis I
tor non-Jury trial were the following. A ear baltery was,removed at a, total of 83 call for the month of July tims. Three people were dead when Gllsson of Starke comes to Starke from a nine
George Reed found guilty of assault ''house on North Cherry Street accor 'making It the busiest month for the the rescue unit arrived. One call was Damage to the Mercury was $800. months tour of duty In Tampa. Lewis
has been with the FHP for 15 ,
and fined ills ding fire related. Damage to the years i
to. Patrolman Bennett The past year: according to Rescue Super- Dodge was $1,000 In
he
Jack Lynn Blchendollar found guil cables were cut. Value of the battery visor Cliff.Chapman. Bradford residents are reminded to .the 11:25: a.m. accident. was assigned to Miami for 11 .
ty of driving while intoxicated i fined was $7S. .__. *' Of the 83 calls 63 required transporting call B64-D161 for the Rescue Unit this years to Orlando for one year and 4
PaUlO,license suspended six months 20,calla required"no transpor- will avoid delay in the unit. being spent two years in Palatka. I
mutt attend driving while intoxicated 1 Starke Store'Window ting; Forty people were taken to dispatched. New FHP Corporal "We are really enjoying the Starke ,
school give SO hour 'Bradford Hospital and 23 people were area I am also glad to be closer to my
Busted At
community work Starke Station "
family in
Saturday Palatka said Lewis. ,
and
.
remain under Salvation -Army 'taken to other hospitals. No InjuriesIn
supervision for 180 day of Western 'Auto Store' owner Carl "Three calls. were,answered by the Corporal R. D. Lewis arrived at the Corporal Lewis his wife Mary Ann
driving with Charges Minx discovered back-up unit. US-301 Accident Florida and four-year-old son Dean are living I
unlawful alc; a busted.window In Highway Patrol station In_ in the I
level and the front of his Eleven! !,were7' Crystal Lake area. ,
driving on the wrong side of business when'. He calla for trauma'pa- City police were kept busy last Fri-
the road were nolle by the State Atto.rDey. came in Saturday morning. tients and six calls were to trauma pa- day morning with two accidents [,
., >The plate glass window was broken tients resulting from automobile ac- two hours within one block of in III anus IftlTliIiII_ Iii. :
Case of cruelty to animals against sometime during the night July 29 and cidents. other in downtown Starke. each -
Arthur..Strickland was dismissed by early July SO. There was a beer bottle ..Nlne'caU..were to cardiac patients There were no Injuries in the i
pie court. in front of the window. Estimated and seven 'were -to patients with accident July 29 which second
.Weekend damage to the plate glass was $400 t Inspirator problems Call Street and US-301. occurred at TIRE
Burglaries according 16 Assistant l Chief lIarolda. .Twenty-three calls 'were illness Wilie Lee McKenzie
In Starke related' one alcohol related was cited for
Area was and
: running the red light according to Lt. ,
Starke police report several -
burglaries over the weekend in the
&re*. INTEREST RATES' SALE
ARE DROPPING
Someone broke into the China !
Restaurant on US-301 north taking,
beer and chicken, according to : '
Patrolman Ricky Bennett.Estimated i' : < NOW IS THE TIME "
value was $100. 1 A
A house on South 'Cherry was :" 1. .
entered and a gray Mohawk tool chest I. ;' 4 ," ,
containing tools sockets and wrenches ',. '

Eaton were Moeher.taken Value according of the chest to and Lt :, .-',' ;, ,. .=TO BUILD .. CHECK

tools was several thousand dollars. THESE
The owner of the three.drawer and ",.
top section cheat,said the lid was s.> VALUES .
scratched and was covered. with '
hotrod stickers.Saudi. ,See. us for<,estimates ,on. : 'i- 4fjj TODAY!


New construction
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worked that long, they must know *? Polyester
their job pretty good" Additions Fiberglass

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ductive." '' '11";:1:::'i'-,;,:::. :.'" ; "."y ;- .. ,.
"It really gives you a good feeling '
to know Just because you re a certain < : No .Job)Is' Too Large or Togo Small '
age you're not allowed to work, : '.. 0< SIZE PRICE
8D1DOn..abe said-, Th -. Ibrlisat ; PI55/80B.13
So,front the woman's point of view h 27.95 1.44
a hitch in Saudi Arabia Is not a bad ex PI65/80B.13 28.95 1.50
parlance stall and Nannette would STEVE: HAYES: BUILDERS INC. : PI75/80B.13 '
29.95
recommend It' for awhile anyway., 1.63
miss."Really are driving. 'about my the car only bass things fishing.''I r 353 N. Temple Av>:'.,;Starke, Florida 9(4-6211 : P1B5/75B-14 32.95 1.79

..and my.dog Nan,",says Nannette. : PI95/75B-14 33.95 1.95
.L P205/75B-14 34.95 2.07

rf. jV P215/75B-14 35.95 2.20

P225/75B.14 36.95 2.35

P205/75B-15 35.95 2.15

P215/75B.15 36.95 2.34

P225/75B-15 37.95 2.46 '

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Bradford County Circuit Judge ,. days ot the a 1 i May 4. .: (From Page IB)
denied Strickland's: 'Thei'e Is naspitlul provision or exception 5 ,s: the

t1tD IHOT Wayne motion,Carlisle finding<< that the 'l8 -day .'.": conUiA a4't lerspeedy' said Judge trial :!?''Only. Oi 4, the slide(, students go sriorelina.q\lCjncfllor getting foot unaerway and hand from position .

speedy trial period did not begin to I';; rule coVerinif'VsCapoeff wHUnfi; for through th v riotui tarts! of the board Important Proper In this stage,which
run until July 13 when the arrest war }>r Ralph JJlninxKna, a to
rant was executed.: >If "*H> unanimoa -ttiiii4A 4u< <>,p!'nel, properly, soma basic knot tying how soon progresses possible
In the meantime, Strickland pleaded Nlmmons also rejected the state'sargument to carry the rig and how to attach the the sail\ properly in' every

UfotsSUflckiand.. waived his. board/ itself, Then the angles
no contest to the escape charge. .f heSvait not 'sal1rtobe
his to appeal Carli rial rtgWtttcauge' Simulator into action:
but reserved right speed goes take
sle's order. Carlisle sentenced le when the case was called' for "On the Emulator I try to teach the "If you bur: 'a board and don't little

Strickland to three year's probation. trial on Oct. US, 1983: 'rhecourt'c1erk'. student how to uphaul the lines and lessons don't have a it
the
I calendar showed.Nlmmons said, thatStrieklarld's for'pulling the previous knowledge about sport
( The First District Court of Appeal the proper technique "
,
for beginner
cat was novw schcdulr be discouraging a
Vincesays.'Then can
sided with Strickland, finding he was sail out\of he water/ in
coaching
denied his right to a speedy trial ed for trial on,that.day. we begin to go through learn- Vince says "With a little though
every
technique,
Ing how to do turns on the board whileIn the proper
In loving memory of our motion' student we've had has gone away
of themselves and
turns are executed by much more sure
Mother and Grandmother 100 degree
those
their equipment. After you paw
pulling back on the sail and leaningthe
Christener Dtygs mast In a The turn Is! beginning stages, the better you get

Deceased August 3. 1970 stopped: and certain'war': resumes a the more fun 'It gets. and that's what
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Mst
the
when
Smuts ftt yum kits ROM .. fast ttac yam straight course

: *.**,..tan with as,M*itt Mitt yea wry muck. .returned to an. upright,90 degree posi For further Information on

One ii Biers tea ta M -<- |iift.... tats. ,tlon. sailboard lessons and equipment you
MX and. ..... W. mH kt looser. again. after. a* The next stages of the lessons consist .can call Vince In. Keystone Heights at
of polishing control ,techniques
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Bus Mefter sea.sea hurt cMIIIII-tea, rewW nnd.learnlpq, a, simple foolproof' se- 473-4058.

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FOR SALE.

5,000 BIDS a 'a ESTATE REAL WANTED 60 ACRI, fARMt.ooll'lful


!: aKA 0051I __ LOOKING FOR. A SMCIAl REAL ESTATE LiCENsING In' horn. .".. 25 .acre

F1ICI.Of PROPERTY If I'don't lake City. IRM School of cleared, 35 acre allahteats in
hove It, I'll find It Real Eitote. Phone woodland. tobacco
tO Jut'o.k. JANE $. USHER, 755-4006 TFN 7/14 cypreu, flh pond
.;.REALTOR ,496.2126 or TIRED OF SUING BROKE AND .next to largo hunting area
J ENDS 1250.00 per acr. Owner
496-2903 eve*. "Your BARELY MAKING
I $29700r Union '' tailor./ MEET Want to make an, will finance with 20 percent

MCS' 1804tfnTLOCATED' extra $1.000 a month plus down. Denlton Realty
GT 'NIAR' RAIFORD qualify for a now fro* car, Inc. ((904)) 354.4939- UFN

i 4 80 acre 'partlcally lust by using our productsin DOUBLE. BED Intertprlngmattre for
homo and tolling ** and mattre
mobile
HUTCH cleared Jwo molt your
plus Tax & Installation BB RACING >home-one, used for other about our groat product ;ale 496-2613. !-chg 8/2

torage-Septle tank and *. Pleas*call 964-4277. 1978 FORD MUSTANG 4 cy..

= 5 Year Warranty jon O POWERLITE MONGOOSE I:d..p \well.I Fruit ,trs'pecan ; I-pd ./2 ram/fm.automatic itero ,.air un-roof comf.,,

tree* and grap--,

Parts; & Labor C W: tG.J.S.: Realty.Canturyt; IpdS 21 AtC.ntury 11/259-3892 FOR, RENTTYPEWRITTERS ,4963182.new tire*. $3,000. Wed 496-2713'8/2

,., .,. tiour call Judy AKC JAPANESEAKITASguarant..d

Electric i RACE RED LINE, Holley Realtor Assoclat. AND AD- 904i478-3843.how
Hayes 496-3419.1-pd 8/2' DING MACHINES FOR quality ''' '
INC. : HINT: Union County Time., I Ichg2'
: t.! '150 Main Street LakeButlor. HOUSE FOR SALE Howe and

Let u. INSURANCEMAINIiINSURANCI Phone 496-2261 for. two' acre for tale by
& Air Conditioning ;'' Twa' mile from
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I custom build,youw bike) Information TFN 10/1 owner.'
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'. ACENCVl .MOBIL HOMI "ACI 'on. downtown-' Lake Butler,
Savlce-pan.-.le..cc..ort.
-4 160 $. lake Avenue, .aero land In Union County Flo. 904.702.87632chg.
U.S. 301 N 964-8744 CIRCLE lake Butler, 4963978. 1/2 mile S. 121. Charles '.1/2
COMMERCIAL ((904)) 473-2446 Complete' Insurance Sep.vice. Thomai 496-2933 1-chg (WAROROSI :SALBI Weight
Flsv '. *" .... All
Keystone Height '; TFN.: ,. !2 *loss changed my *
i 'ummer,and fall clothe no
A I 1,11I1..I.I"III..IItI.J..UI..IIH..JI.hUI.IUU.JLLi1. "- PERSONAL 'longer fit..Blow*, .k.....,
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I iKeystone; Heights Ads ************** ********.*o **********' : <.**. I RECEIVE SERVICES VISA/MCI Bad 'Excellent, s'12>Some clothe and.,14*Ilk..at AI.borglnprkeil ,.new.SIxe .. 'a.


m credit oil Guaranteed For few household H.ms.
'Ii! SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT tr.. brochure tend >Saturday August .6 at

i NOTICE WANTEDUSED PERSONAL FOR S-A.S.E.I Capitol Financial,' ,'Spire Ore 9:00 a..... -I:00

I PRIME BUSINESS LOCATION Saw 821428 Dallas. Tx.. p.m. L. Hamilton., 1-ad
ANDS
SERVICES Rte
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SIN GO.. A ME RICAN WHIT* $ 281 MOIILS HOMIcollont ,- .facing Lawrence Blvd. Aliaeveral 75382, call onytlm ,112'
VIDEO CAME TAPES HALL.Sr-21 Satur LAKI:Boauttf u( docorator condition nowtarp.t'e .
the LEGION 4-chg 7/21,
Pshould be submitted to 8/4 : large office forr.rlfIn 2'-243.6252.
Slake Region Monitor officeJn for Intelevlilon. Tfnchg NEED AN ATTORNEY* days 7pm. Public Invited. "Show-houo. Stone nd vlhyt A/C nko .roar of building NEW CREDIT: CARD WANTED

; writing and paid In ado General practice h irf-' 7/7 Hnchg. fir.plac., spiral italrcoto, shaded lot rtoor Koydono.Ownor facing :Flamingo Call Nobody refused. Alto' .
prance unle.* credit I I. LOST/FOUND cludlng real eitate, ALCOHOLICSANONYMOuSr 117 ft. on loko. $123000. flnancod., easy 473.3411. 8/4 tfnchg Visa/Mastercard. Call;;, r
Already tabllhed with divorce, wllli/probate, Claied Call owner 17436739.. 2pd "form*, O/* t16 900. OFFICE SPACE,downtown 803-687-4000 B t. 1 WILL PAY CASH For Your:

Mhl.oHIceSMONITOR. FOUND Blond., female perional Injury( builneii meeting Monday p.m. 7/29-8/4' ,1: Serious 4nqutrlo coli .collect next\ to: 'tot. :Farm 4-pd 7/28 'C.l136:1i it: Uled.,mobile ............Ray'
STAFF CAN- Cock.r Spaniel (No tog) In and corporation. Open meeting* Friday 8 BEAUTIFUL, lAlOT GENEVA 659.2769'4' Groodln. Keytone "' Center ; \t Powell 496-3377. TFN. .. .-
Alanon Monday 8 access 'lot* from 13.SOO, 19'" OID : tOKANADO''t r-w wwIC to .. .U.. oils
the Oak area. 7/29.8/18. .L :
NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE Keytone 4737667. 4tchg p.m. "' +.t 60/-Mo;" "K.ys ten.o.lgfatrbrk'.ohlytt0ht
MASONRY All meeting at $500 down.;'(.}4 p r .U"le, III" ( txon .. .
: MISTAKES 1 IN.SSIFIEDS'WHEN.AD,1s, Call.473-2692. CARPENTRY AND p.m. 4. "YARDSALE"
tfOR "
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:;; ', ( I k'r,.. +. WORK. Building, polio,, EducationatBulldlno Community month: phcauntoq' One"wtir.rlr.nll.r nt -$ J A lti'Qrlo.\1 foal O'Nly.1oal'for ,lITEALTOR.,.!, /47:>. 4961.' "8/4 '."n r KCYSTONf : t, ,_:
"la ( 37,000mllo "
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THE <'. addition, remodeling, Church 473-2790 or ocro* ,Hnchg. AERO CLUtCeSMMlSO
TAKEN OVER HELP '
; 73-4907,
$2.600. t 4l'i!
lot. Call
tile work. Free 475-2I3O 7/7 tfnchg 473.5375.,8/4 8ATH-unfumlhed SALI'
and
: ELEPHONE. home* tfnchgT .' or'.d..ot Whar.ton' 2BR. 3 MHIR. FAMILIE Sol.
: ANONYMOUSNo 473.492O
ClaMlfled deadline I I. WANTED .estimate Phone 473-4473 OVEREATERS on corn.r''of, home In' Key.I_' Club 120 Hr.Wet Aug. 6, by Sally' This and
Chovron.
In COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
2:: ueiday noon prior' to during day 8/4 tfnchg due,fee or w.lgh Tueaay'i*, of Lawronco Blvd. SR-100* and 21 Koytono. .ta..*. Kllchert: equipped, .Instruction AveI...... That on Main SI. tcheei
CThuntday publication. MATURE DEPENDABLEFEMALE CARPENTER WORK Open meeting coma SR-IOO w/w carpet, drape. cen Celt 471-448 clothe. ., household Item,
:f Minimum charge I I. 15feWord Full or part 11m.bart.nder. Remodeling work kitchen 7:30 p.m. Educational Community 'and and Flamingo SR-21 InVaraoction hoar LOVE chocolate SEAT brown Contomporary.volvot.. 3 trofi' H/A.. Call ,......,... .. lot of other goodie.
then 10 cabinet and trim carpen Church 1.904-481-4109 7/28 '
for $2 75. Call 4732643. 1-chg 8/2;
offlco condi-
com-
Building Key.toneHeight 4-oparato yrs. old oxcollont ,
.+.tc cenl for each word: 8/4 tchg try. Reasonable prices.Coll 7/7 ; corner lot with.ntranco tion. ,Co,"'$450-wlll loll Hnchg. '
thereafter. 473.2477 after 530: *. 473-2790. :;ploxo ldotof PARTIALLY FURNISHED i;Steve Broadway( ,!
3- Itehg
.' Lion Club an' $125. 473407618/ : .
BINGO across .
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Vt both'mobll.homthIe
8/4 tfnchg 3BR, I
p.m. from 'highschool.. building. Own_ flnanc.d,< 1979 lift DODGE r :TREE: SERVICE :!
CARPET AND VINYL repair Call Malroce ,area, large I SubscribeUNON /
Installation Fr. Tuosdays. Early Bird 7' with low lntrofraM TRANSVANi. 360 V8 Dual couple .
and porch Reponlble ,
I CHIAPPiN1.INC.REALTORS. .estimate Ten year ... p.m Regular 7:30 p.m. 473-4920 Of r473-i01',8(4tfnchg : A/C S.If-contain.dax- ''Want.d. 475.1368. 8/4 3 ,Ito Removal i iI COUNTYTIMES
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perience. Call 473.4217 Public Invited. 7/7 tfnclt *. ..11983Ch.vy copt, goriorator', :Bxfra NEW 'Doubl.wld.mobll. I !r Trimming' j
Now milo ,
and ask for Craig. 8/4 CUSTOM VANS clean39,000 .........on 10 acre*of Free Estimate i
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r. 475 1269CHIAPPINI. .. Von. V, automatic s12.500:473.3942.-6/4pd f
; tfnchg YARD SALEMOVINGSAlEi +land 38R.. 2 BATH kitchen 436-t6!.
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,OFirewood .
J with o".rdrl" booutif L
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.; HOME AND transmission GOOD DEALt on ., .
RETIREMENT '$280/ma plus
; furnfahed.
.. "pow..J storing'. ..Inl.hod golf club- Call ..Anytime''' : "1"
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HAIRSTYLING CENTER Sot.,Aug 6, window (100{ -4epolt.:, 7787455. f!
1tpd
; under"'one roof. OFFER 9 m.-tlll. Polntvlew Road power*.,brak.srpovr.r pow_ door lock BV"13-7083.8/4 OWNER Concrete black; Jack onvllle. 8/4.23 4tchg, '473-4732
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; ,ING: Certified nurllnga and SR21. Everything I bath'n' Marty'sRoofing!
sound ..
sy.rornetilt > IVt
Panasonic 3BR.
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rl ltanca and CPR trained UP TO '.000 SQ. FT. In frontof
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After
don want to mo" Toy what running board, White Sands lake, '1.920 : P.M. !
tall, 24 hour supervision Post Office. Fenced In.
: hot children Item. 8/4 Itchg 4 captain chair and couch aq. ft.y CH/AC,largedon.fireplace. i'j Keystone Heights .1.1r
citizens
for senior ; Good for repair bu.lnea.
j i. AND SMALL ITEMStSaturday .. kill
LARGE Beautiful Intorlor and .W/W torprt, ,
::0 INC. meals, day week or long 9 a.m.tllI' Ph. 4732014.: 7/21 4tchg .Uc. .n*. p.m. ..,10', 514,400-and' with chen equipped,aumable ... .. .. ... : All types Roofing .
REALTORS* : term stay; STYLING Geneva Lok. Etate, between 'dual air. top M tholno| 9 percent" mortgage.. 8/1J! ;' end .

: ?f -....::.. '. CENTER for the for public; KH and-Mlroe on 113,900.: 'Coinparo .at ?$6 :500."'-473-J784: S/" TI Repair,
II precision styling men SR.21. Many' new Item 21000. 1IV4 porc.ntbatik' NEED 'EXTRA CART I960 'L.udwiUM: a Carrnerei.r"
: I and women: perm andhalr.cololng. mall kitchen Fr.. Estimates
SR.325 now In. Plant, financing, if: F-hono Toyota Corolla two door,
; appliance, large Calnocvlllo, 33ff-0903. 8/4 "* .ipeed..,AM/FM. ; licensed
Hampton 4682619.. 8/4 ,,'''. cl.onr' ., ; NewLifeCarpetC'leaning ;
: hair JM"
JACKIE G. WEEKS STATE ROAD 21 profeMtonal dryer Ixcellenlmaintenance. : ,;;
Ifncha A/C. ; '
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REALTOR*.ASSOCIATE 'MELROSE! FL 32666 SEWING MACHINES baby clothe, used double LAKI FRONT lOTl 'toc.t.don '. 4732433.= III ... < ,,,g insured',
REPAIREDiAII make. door refrigerator/need : In '
: : EVES: 659.2269 Bus (904). 475-1269i Big take ponova) B/4, ltchg Service
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cleaned oiled and ,adjusted. compreoor. and Koylton H.lghw:"+tOO ft. KZ 1300 CT MOTORCYCLE: ,

I ( $15. Work mlac.Ilan.ous Item*.8/4 .lafco. front., bOp, ftt<;.deepIak. 120 hp at 46 mpg.6.000 actual 'C/f10NUiit' Oar rOAM MCTHOOPh.. i 475-127l

!.. --- guoron ..d. James FRI..SAT.1 Aug; 5.'. 7 .: Largo oaks-. toady 1* I mile All ""IIon.'ol' w
,, ,- Strickland corner Morgan a.m...till. Hallman Rood on build '$46QOO.; ., .Cash .hock*. AM/FM eo. ette. ,. .1';' _
j, Rd. and Hwy. 16. Storke. HWY JOON. Hoahold proforrod Colt,1.706.4044/. ., Call: !I473-MO4"' :"''''I'ig.\ .. .A73-3BS7 '

j. $ ERA 7/14 tfn Itemcpnd tool. 8/4 Itpd. 7/14-8/11 5tchcf 8/" Itpd ;t' Were' Ou.rns..d KeyMnn lluljj.in. fp... F f :''t



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I BEDROOM NONI; [ in 28 acre with 30 pecan treeiand WttII COMMERCIAL BLDG.:

964.5065 TRUCKS TRUCKSINI HOM1SA ; 300 h. major highway.frontage,, $. .900. : 2.000 >... ft-*on' lot In'. city

FOR SiAL NO' '1 BEDROOM HOMB!: Aid t> ) bedroonV.gust house In. .rBllilrllr i 117,500. .
SATELLITE Uood.d. .
73 PLYMOUTH. PHOENIX Ul BANK REPO. Commercial
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town. $22,900.,. !$. .
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Phone 964 8134.7/28 and take ovor .' : i
$375 $300 down SO. Blockbldg.
; property. Hwy
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IBI Call .; MOSllI ; thru get .
2tpd 8/04 payment of $241.30. li.s J4.5 : In Stork\ WOOO each. 4 to chooMrrtm 2.400 *a. ft. ,on 1.37
: 81 FORD F-10OiPlckup truck. ........... 8/04 2tpd S/1L. HOME By Skyllno. T/Ils I BUILDING LOTS ;, I Fast Rotary ... Paved parking,
I B F ALIQI .' Short wheel boie, 27.000 '78 CHIVY SCOTSOAlIt Newt' tovoly homo hello alumlnunWihip \ ; p!. .u JrS9 R'iit N37Ie's"'i,, Il{ |'Y BEAUTY SHOP, barber

I fO''I mile Good go mileage. .350 AlM co .ono, siding ahlnal";roof.: 'Drilling EquipS hop>>, skating rink; some
Cream w/belge coloring.Call now tire*. groat condition. and>I I. .locotod-/\ a wry 'E Uc nt[dV I equipment.'S28.00O.
221 Letayette St.Across from WI.h...._ 964-5622 after 6 p.m. $1350< down>: aume ....Iud... '4 acr'o*' 'In th.:;;' 4! .,t'. t."........ ',' . 02 lit 2 IA fro... home tin I I
964.7120 '
Call
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OFFICE HOURSt payment aria 'Ptiun 9 ,CH/A.
Koytlono Holght r .. ac. large porch
lESABREi Small 8/04 ,
197 BUICK 7823410. llpd 1
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Mo.-'ri. ,.8 .' Sat 9-12 Noon V.8. A/T.; A/C. Run and i97s PONTIAC, GRAND, Also hoe //28.7Q'' LfY Jr' ", .-..,, 'oIi"'. ,utility rowel\ area. Hoi ex- :
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l look good. 964.85O3.! 7/14 PRIX..V-8. loaded $1.000. workshop; asking $37,000.' New & Used .\ ire .ptletank. I.. power i
,.HAMPTON, Frame .Ii..... 1 B/1B. 1.6.Ac. $21,000. 4tchg 8/04 Excellent condition For moro info r.: call [ MelgMtorhood frepeirtles, Inc les pole for trolls $40.000.OBR .

REDUCED Income property 2 frame"Haute*.to tenm. 197S MERCURY MONARCH ,964.0029 after 3 p..... llpdMISCELLANEOUS i .96".4414.oft. 3'cal RHILItOOS't * f $29.900. "Ii 2.door. A/T. P/S. A/C. '. .. 473.2082. a...- f..r\\ undo.. < ,, covered pa lo. CH/A.. 6
Call 6/30 tfn f I i i ,,. "'s-tyt i'r. : celling fan,water sot_
: OWNER WIlL FINANCIt One ..,.,with WILL UPTIC. Good condition; $800 chg I t. i'4y4. : .
end LIGHT POIE..MADISON 964.6568 of tor 6 p.m. I tchg 18 I X 56 MOBIL HOMlt 4 BK: it 0NDI OIfI a Jt 1l ItailseElF'ESgA I $55,000 :| '

STREET Beautiful brick ........ 3SR \'Ai 8/04 tItSI t 1H I BA, 'CH/AJ;Bofwoon, i'.L4. 'I .....4 ," .\ SPORTSMANS DREAM)
BA. Fenced yard Worla....,. Double COIr,.... Large MERCURY': COUGAR .I HAVE! $10.000 and deed to Starko and Vyolda ort 925; + .NEW INSTALLATIONS : w n Fish, camp Sampson Lake,
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wooded lot. 2dr., .AC, AT. 23.00O mortgago recelvebl, on. mil.:"on'ffkjM$jlrom t POOl SERVICE ON ALL MAKES New InstalMtionRemodelnc'R 3-71 ac.. 156" ft.' on Samp-
mile 964.6072 after 6 ($32.000)) that pay $307.00' $2500'q64-7)43. 9f ': fHilrs' ion Lake, 76O ft.
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.BUYERS PROTECTION PLAN On thl.energy efficient 101} rr. 1 fNEAT PUMPS on canal
Would Ilko .
8/04 y .
.,.. croonedeortlce. p.m. 7/28 2tpd monthly. Itchg8/04 ..< n ',' bar room, game room, bolt
.home In the country en one 1 *14' ( .87 CHIVY 4-dr edan. purchaseL lake' placo Wv.| frOkSal. } ENERGY SAVING UNITS i
brick BBO. central vacuum 1972 MOBILE HONIII, D and ;tackle ,hop. living
ckelH' linke Reftored. New paint. Keystone. .. Stark. 4-- r MASTER i1CENSED, '
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_wIsh_.1IMny oth .......MusS .. JaAof'4'Ndrm.til! Y ,' ..' ,. quarter,! boat end
.yst m.TV 964.6774. Itchg B/O4 ::964.8671 after 8 p.m. 6/30' 782.3272. ttpd 8/04 "- :-- '+,It piSiX+fiD a BONDED ,Mw'r .Il..l 1' 4' "1' .kicker. '
_. Excellent '
-BEST BUY AROUND- f M; 1% SACS ..... with em 78 RENEGADE'condition.O-7l Loaded. .BUSINESS' I 1 B* TIAIlIIti, 10x54 to bomovod k REASONABLE RATES' PUMP., .3.$AC;tracks of beautiful

ecre .9.4 low. A ..... .. .,1.... Best ...ffer. 964-4OI3. 7/28 OPPORTUNITIES o9646oal .pr..W/VC01I..j ,' SUPPLY pasture. SOlDfa
wttfc tfftO i ..'tchg 8/PI: snnw m contract oJreaoy
NICB SHADY 8 PLUS e roMobil. 0 kwely 2tpd 8/04 i. COMPANY P.ndi.a.
,..,. .... $2 OOO or .. an two., ) .
home. many 68 RiD fHREBIRDl WAYNE' KINNE Y ..* ji ** .* *,fr" 'r ft-* '
HANDY MAN .,ICIALt On 17 acre. Between Lake $5Ot down and take ....1\\ SATELLITE: MoYO'RC' t '? 'IHU .IO'''AC SOlD pb. '
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,Butler and St..... Cave! lereM evell We., payment Look run dealer .
FIX-UP SPECIAL IN TOWN Cfee M ell**fioa4>.'God good. Call 964 6134 after,5p ., ...(.., } HONDA 1S0iLImiadldAftss( ; ;;. .i.itf T.'A.. .. ,' ("a4)NB-OT',_ .

buy el$14.908.BEAUTIFUL .m, Itpd 8/44. T cost 'tor-complete unit a*' % '- ........ A; .Undo w.I isr: Alat.,
Mint condition; Piui "
f died;wolf ,,191. PINTO HATCHSACKt low a* $747. Retort $1395.Call' .. ......, ,
:32 Acre P......;fcem. large 6,000 mil..:Crvlllll contr.al,, '?'1iI .- .*.ft994791\* \' :a.
Good condition $50O Call 303-S74-4763. 7/2B, ;.,
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IMMACULATE S BR CB In tow, a. CM/A. Tip-Tap. >kepePrked '. >. .. 964.5943r 4 Itpd 3/04'' :, *-." 'SMINISS fOR fAlit Sm Call tla 'moro. $>S001p .C i: ._S, .,.. '331 I, Lsw.vQ .
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.FOR SALE, 'FALL FOHRIMT PERSONAL PERSONAL LAND .s

CLASSIFIRD. ADVERTISINGshould J 41 I, j. II I. .. .1"r "'I j 1, ,.SERVICES. SERVICES FOR SALE c5BEPtD
BOB WHITE QUAIL :.
2 weeks ,'MOHs'
be submitted to the 'YRAVBi THANM, 1 .. ..
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old and 782-3942 .., UWK FENCtl Install
Bradford up ", .. .HOW '."1(. M.bllhanw.art.pollstarrant, CHAIN
County Sloe .bed
Telegraph $IOO G.*.
tfn : FAMILY B ACRE LOT orrSR-227 toeing
HAIR
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Freeastlmalas Handy.
office In writing and ,tN/A ,. .$300,' 19' It. ;lad iliz
orfvanc unless credit paidIn OLIVER DIEIEl TRACTOR fiberglass'j boat ,wlth.pM 1 Recrat|el., ..v hlcl.s..,. 0- .Co., owner\\ DESIGNERS Brooker Rd. Selling price, azru
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$1,000 Fair condition. Can ,.',wekom", ; t PhoneJ t2.;; Tam Reddish, M-8SS9.. ,, 144.. W. Cell St. 118.000.11.000 down, $225
established wlndshi1dHran.remd
with be seen 100JIlip ,. 7f 7 1230IXPEEiONCID 9647103O .' month 15X In' gij
this off Ice.THE' threedriveways Evmnide .' .9/" th," ," : 6109 $1590 .
motor, ,
TELEGRAPH''STAFFi' behind T.xtiTown/ on, Call ''MQB4LB MOM01 FOR 'RN: PAINTER ..... Ph. 964-5606. 2/24 tin
CANNOT H HELD Tight. 7/28 2tchg B/O4 8/11 964-8361.. B/OsUitpdi: One mil"* from Btarka city Neat work. Interior or e.*. T.W.T.'FHI alas, ACRE LOTS facing Pleasant'
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KM MISTAKES RSSPON.BIBLE IN 11x40 MOBILE HOME On, BEAUTY SHOT BCHJtPMSHTl. v 'Iknlts;/ don,Hwyr I.:W- ,..tior, 'r.. .stlmotes.Reo.uswbl. ....-. AM HI 3 PM Grove Road. $4.000. Term
ClASSHHIDS S.M acres, $18,000. Tams Call 46B-132X 1I3/O7 tfn. rates with AppohMw.Ms1TMn available. $400 down; $58
Like
TAKIN WHIN AD IS Owner financed. 468-2934. now WMnghouo.celling KITCHENIIPPPCIENC1t.bents goad, references. Call Always Necessary a month. Call 9645606. PK9KE 984-7778
OVER fans and
oil water' '
THi .
TIUMkONE.Classifl.d 7/21 4tpd 1118LlMOUSINI : w, .-,. AIt, tow". 96<<-4'''-. 7/07 Mrs 7/28 4tchg 8/18 *
well tank 964-73B9, 291 H.sTmplt
ITEERi ,Jtpd' TRACTOR BNAOFOHD SEPTIC SERVICEReildentlal Tanmusia Start .
deadline Born' 8/04' .:Iweehiy note*, Call TempU MOWINOl $11.00' 4-ONE ACRE LOTS on For-
ll TUES.
DAY S.ptv '82. Show ....lIty. BAKt waod'wol /Motel;: 94-7357. '.91 t.. '. haw. Call 964-7307. pump-outs th. Rd. Storke. Zoned
bor.Like
NOON prior to 289.7600,7/21 4tpd 8/11 Largo .IOW/.... 'eta jlNh 9101'lWAIHl'taD $59., wa also' re-lay' dralr
mobile homes.
Thursday publication. COMPLETE BNOINEt .318 new. Muet.jseo. ,. apprecJate. .cL.AN: MOWtBrent. .....",f.., lOCK Bldg..sands (Iln... 964-8121. ..11/18 tfn $3.000 .$PECIAL; Fi '.
Minimumcharge ''is II cubic InchtranImlslonhdrlv.shoft ; $169. ...lQ9O.' .,On.Hwy. l.W. Close. ,, llmarock, top 'soil.Large WANT TO DRINKTTHATS such $300 down approx. MOST HOMI-LIAST MONIY
word. for $2.79. then 10 and. r.a..nd.'Will' Itchg B04SATUROAV ,to ........ ,Cell .44B-I323. ., ef, small 1 loads. Ph.. YOUR BUSINESS $52 per mo. for 7 yrs. Call
cent for each word:?' sell all ONLY at Troll'Restaurant. "10/07 782-3172. BRADFORD4HUROCK WANT TO STOP 964-5606. 7/28 4tchg 8/18 .ducM.WH tralng stock tcollcg 0
or part rm.jMTNi
thereafter.YARD. 431.1877. Itpd 8/04 | .. u.t end-..y. .orre,;; ; Cn Tsctls.ieJ. OKtcers-' SALES tfn 7/14 THATS OURS 20 ACRES IN HAMPTON .. '..000 cash 4Vauurn
bar washer
ROLLS OF' HAY Alicia orArgentina dryer, lOne .beoroonr, offjcteney'styla 'IU' DIRT, SAND a Alcoholic Anonymous ARIA 2000. per aero. 44O.293 mtg. Mo.
SALE copper top '.bfo.. \ .... ,.
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; F.r ,10 964-S434 FLORILAND/ REALTY V.
J BOQ-typo euorters'avallablal ilMIROCK. 461-1499
ilis.dgogd stainless,....... sJnk. For 9946494ALANON pent. .465 Inc. torn A Incur.
nio P. Odom, Broker,
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no rain delivery allabl./ Fumtahed. All Hampton. 0/04 2tpd 8/1,
Follow Farm six. miles' dbM.Sap tab,., chair,, 9647700. 8/04 2tchg 8/11 2 yrs. old. Chairmlna brick 3
utllltle
IY HAMMONDS North of : fndudod. Coble" WCMANtC/C": WORK OP:ALL'
,signs. Sale will be ,Saturday 'Starke on !Hwy 16. Close other misc. .Items> swing, and TV. HBO .....,....".' From :.KJMOSt ('_obi. rote. *. FAMMV' CROUP $1 2 MA, Ig. f.m. rm
Itchg-
Aug. A, all day. Great to prison1.: Call 782-3727 8/04 $100 per month.' Will con-', ,Na")ob-oa, large or. tea 96462I9.51213tpd HELP w/nr.pl*>c*. BeMutlrul kit.
after S ..ArthurGasklns. skier. biweekly 9647090.. smoiKDependable and .
p.ml
bi Itch 8/04
rgaln.
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ONE 'UPHOLTEtyiMACHINE.
THURS.. .... A !SAT 437 N. 7/28 4tehg 8/1B Ono .largo "-. ..,.,.., flGf ; .rllabks', ,'work; !IncludingiJowrf.'flfViowers. WANTED chojn. Country Club btatM..
Cherry' St. Dishwasher .357 MAO.-SB.W Model M. .with parrot. ;$-On. ER 'ARTf SENT'$4:',.a"! ) :' ''Colt HOMES

microwave, miscellaneous Professional action |ob. AS eooef. ; ana .1/.rug'shompooer. U '.;....'.apartment"tl: mile.. ,<43,-.11>. 7/28 2tchg 8/04 FOR SALEFOR REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE succisvui. POULTRY FARMI Approx. M

and children. clothing.; NEW In' box with "oc- atcho B/11 964-BH2 { i, north _.301., Underwood" :CKH0 .CAR IN MY HOME Scholarships available for '.*. with :9 hoMoa 4V, II chicken hsusee.Owner .
Itpd 8/04 c.ssorl.s.$260.' After S FROZEN FOOD 'CAM.fool. Me""' ,,,/al Hn.BRADPOflW. .fenced ""yord A/C. 2 yr.. unlicensed persons. ERA fin.MAOMOUA.

.... SATi 2221 RalfordJlood. p.m., 9646904. Itchg 8/04 bait tub. ,drink' box.; VILLAAE'AFTSr, up.-. -56IQ. 7/28 Jtpd SALE BV OWNER 2 BR, Faulkner Realty' 964-5063. MOTRU In procee off now

., Kitchen Items, INTERNATIONALHARVESTER dresser.. ict 964-4039. Vacancy soon(applications/ ,8/04' 'fi! C/B. completely remodel.ed. 10/28 tfnDENTAL pelnt |...A a..,.. landmark with 3 9 rm.
books, sum. Super A treetor .accepted); 1: M. ,carpets\ .tARP. n&' WORK, Roofing HVGIENISTti .
mcKrome Itchg B/04 \ Appliance ww carpet.. 1* bath* ...7.*.ft. Prime ....1_ MsTHAT -
craft Items. Windows,, lots with, turn plow and ARC tOeSTERSO OOBOBX furnished.' A/Ct.! ,walled: ,and "" 0782.3669.. C/H/, all ...w. City Wanted. Full or part time.Keystone ---.. -
planter' IJ.SOO. Phone off...... Fl Call
7/29 Jtchg ,
ol mltcellaneoui Items.itchg I patio, parking"fin. Heights .
MAN Mala. 2. yrs. old.Warlock utilities., 2 ,blocks' from SPfOAL NOUBB-Ao ynrspeetebletreesuro
B/04 9646984. Itpd 8/04 ..and .lost month's rant ATTENTION WORKING 473-4595 for Interview.

....i SATE Aug. 5 6. W.sCypr.s. MOBILE HOME 14x72 RiverOaks. .....2895.. 468-1919.bloodline.. Itpd., plus ......... Ph..,94-6601 ,MOTHMSt So you need a _hospital ollabl.. 4681323.financing 721tchg 8/11 In Rredf..... Kara to that roro Aaxtroardtnary
6/23 .
Bachelor/ pad with f .or r- _on mall !Fax, reliable. Jawing. mother to NEED MIDDLE AGED praparty. Ona .. the finest
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i St. Used. windows 8/04 tf/chg .... .._ _..... .. ..
bath fixtures. washer/dryer, color TVremote LOVELY BOOMS'Private' cor. ... your children WOMAN to drive and do ,. archI .. "-.
,doors heater, cabinets,spats hot control 3 4 ton POOL or TABU bestoffer.FOR SAU., <.Call$100 i beth.,,Catt .O64HM96V 7/M ,white you work? Any eg*; WANT A NEW HOME? light housekeeping. LiveIn. In North Florida BM. 2% ... Swoopingstolreseo

water heater,.clothing/ and A/C, built In stereo 964-8199. Itchg 8/04 .'tfn ; anytime.. Call '964-4181. DON'T HAVE 10000., Non-smoker. Call after rise. to...... Mary. Pellor wino
odds and ends. tpd 8/04 throughout trailer. 27.000 MAGIC CHRP GAl fMMCMi .$TUDIO' 'APARTMiNfl.Weekly Itpd 8/04' .$5.000 or even $1.000 for a 3 PM 4963316. Itpd 8/04 I stow for boouty sV' beet InsuUtlan.Hrep.laee.Mx23 .

SATURDAY. AUG. ,*l 95. 'valuefor $18,900. Less Call monthly rot. LAWN SERVICE Reasonable down payment? .Do what WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT gerege at The Wood.
Asking $43. 94-6774,
Highway 16 County Rood, than year old. Must sell. anytime. tpd BAM Palms ApWtments,2314 N. rate. You name II, I do It. thousands of others h.... CAREER opportunity for the Country Club. ....000 essumekle net.. ot''
199 laurel Drive In Prison/ '964-3128. 8/04 2tchg: 8/11 PKKUF"' TOPTf RSl' One" Temple_. 7/2 Mrs 964-7076x8/04 2tchg 8/11 ''done Build It Yourself and right person In deliveryand 9%. Belling ....... B1VB.OOO.
Housing' Ar.a. Follow SEARS KITCHEN RANOSt cabo....' ..o"'p.rw.bo.t".VsW'-HOMMl" Urrfumlshed. .I WOULD LIKE TO DO LIGHT save high labor cost withno .. ... Weoffer excellent .SECLUDBB.. ..ACIOUI.III'MACULATlI'M.

signs.Assorted It.m..1 tpd Good condition $110; trailer. Rick Sarvogo, 301, ,$'as' mtfv First and lostmonth .NOUSBKIBPINOt I am down payment. Call pay. Employ. I BA,. LR. Lg. kitchen fondly room
,jB/04 'grass sweeper, $20; mini North. .....5'.....Itpd B/04 '' :,,aril i I plue. deposit. "dependable and have. 1.9Of..772-7920. 8/04 4tpd benefits, advancement opportunities. wIn........, tar one. Mr.... storage
ON SR 225,4'mit.s on lelt, blk. cat carriers, $25. BICYCUti ,Good',selection.J "!t 4.2M. er7fi2-36S5.; f tchg', dependable Call Mary 8/25 Call 964-8544. barn gordon shed a tree. he.... 180x202lot

Follow signs;Aug. 4,,S a o. 964-4922. Itchg 8/04 most lisa ,ond. types _fUWNWHW,:*. M' TMMMtl'AC. i ,964.4166. 8/04 2tpd 8/11 A BR 'CONCRETE BLOCK Equal Opportunity In ,,_. Oak*. neer Country Club.
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Something .tot _..-yon.. POP-UP CAMPER sleep, 6. Remanufocturod or reran.dltion.d. .' C/H. $200 month. I WOULD, UKB TO BABYSIT home. CH/A W/tW carpet, Employer tchg 8/04 49.8J7_...mtg. BF *a.OOO.
1tpd8/IM. Four new tire mounted.Indooroutdoor Repairs, ,. paftotlng. '. '. 964-7047.. Itebg '/0 4' your child In my homv. L.',X D, room large eat-In BABYSITTER WANTED, In our NARD TO BHUEVB BUT TRUSt B ... :2 BAbrick.

RlU$. GLASSWARE, dilhes.. stove, now ones used ports- *FOREST MCMMCi 'RUBtnVK 4N wbWET'up. day or night..wUI" kitchen" fenced In ground home for a one year old L*. DBU It. End .... en Pwkwood.S4BOOO. .
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lighting fixtures, children's- slnk..r.frig.' canopy. elec.'brakes. available Free ..II_. SIOMir 1 .... -2 IA hous.a receive Iota of lava.Big pool. l'acre, paved ond a 6 year old. Mondaythru .
yard 'lunch and mocks. Friday, 8 A.M. ill Sp.m
Exc. condition
Off 16. about 4 mitesFran
clothes, books ,records See George. or Logan at'' Hwy .driveway), big shade trees 'QUIET ON
BBTMAT 1 Ac.ot Nth St.off St.
Call
and take 468-2220.
$1600. 9648950. Itch, ..... 'Wll) ,.pickup Itpd
pr\Mn 1350 mo '
chairs, household 301 North .
gadgets Salvage 'In ..
8/04, ......... Call Mary.964-41 6ft. country $62,000.: 8/04 Rd. I* oord 4 bettaei tonetructlen a.:1:
94-8423. .
daysr. 9644221.
and appliances, punles' AKC. PEKINESE PUFPIISlRegistered. !64-' 84. 8/04..2tpd !/"i1.WANTED .night, ttchg 8/O4 BYO42tnd8/ll Assume 9X mtg. BA ottnectlvo hltchon w/dlnlng oreo. Nice

games,' toys, men' $150 .each. SMALL J. M COTTAGa ouKtide .BtU'S SAW SHOP Compl_' 9648239.. 8/04 2tchg 8/11 1 flreoloco.CHARM.
clothing (some never* Parents on premises. Call limits. Carpeted sharpening service, circular TWO STORY 3 BR, 1 SA AND COMPORT ol neeHy' now 3pa.
city
worn), ladles Clothing 7823271. Itpd 8/04 ,roam 4r conditioner: smallyend hand. carbide chain ban... $'5.000. 4682651. VACUUM t 2 aA_ hi Coe Fly Estate w/ ....I-

tools(many, and In .large hundreds sites of), TWO AIR CONDITIONERS AXLES' TUWSl..Two.... .. .' 'Adults',,only, .$200month. ',..mowerbl'
miscellaneous Items'' on.sale 28.000 ","., on., wall and ,'four ;rti....' Hlgheet' .%.1I602..ltpd, 8/04 ground ,and balanced SALENEW .1......... I
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heater (oil),'one oil tank Leave Jackson Building LOCATION LOCATtONia BR. :I BA toeing'goK
this Saturday, August price paid Gr.... .EFFICIENCY 1 APARTMENTS' & USEDWe
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,6, at out CARPORT SALE. 'and stand Call 964-8620 Welding Shop SOI .South,. V.ry ;;clean ,alr, Thr. Supply In Starke. Keystone BOATS16'ollo coursel Custom ..,....... kitchen
'Go South on U.S. 301 to after 6 p.m. Ttpd 8/04 Starko-. 964-9007. 7/07 miles south of Starke. 'Heights ;6c' Lake Butler.TFNchgf" Finance Our Own fl replete. on*, ...... ............ Greet # '

.lok. Hampton'Oaks. SW GAS 'CLOTHES DRYUU One i IStcha 1037SNAKES Siesta Motel. 9647989.Q FT. GLASTRONi\ hp KIRBYS .......0-11...
16th Ave. Second hav... yr. old with." automatic (VANTIOlDlamandbackCanebreak | *.| 'IIIII.UINIIHIO'UP'1" GLASS CUT TO'ORDER Evlnrude motor.,Gator 'littroll. ROYALS ROOMY! HOME IN QUIET AREA 91 oc.PkMsty'Ol .

"2..Itpd 1104'/ pilot, $200 or best offer.Harvest *,,:Af+ASTMENT.rDowntown. Doors,,"'windows, ate. .... Almost showroom EUREKAS ..._ S ,... Work shoe), else.

FRt. & SATt..!-4. Hlflh:!chair. gold. 94-4413.'. .Red Rot-Coral.. Head. shots ,, *i5.t j !! days;, ,'JACKSON/I BUILDING JUPP- '''condition.$3,400.. i ,HOOVERS storage roe hi 3-eor' .-. Morhloo' .,.,.-
.- alee
....oij..l1.". "\lIP.. ""''g niIAKC. t 4116,.d..Drt04 .t64.nrJI; ,"1 : --- ,, 'ta"tr.'Jff.i IV948078: Order .. o4.B aaV'9v'-l4-4t<.g>8/04 "f-ELECTBOLUX v .log"...,. aft UI ..,. -k B6BV7BO ,wlrh-.
3" 7pk6"iUMW
J..lar XKIT l''lop' (
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want '
'chll.r'-i'ocldil) hairs Jtct. IlCM' Ji : 1,: ( .. ''IS PT.' OWL-CRAFT fishing 17.000 sssum. mtg.
end
.JOtt. FILTER QUEENS
.. 4 .KeystoneHelgJM I
> 'Guaranteed show .
.lIty. <
book; ond'ot misc. '904/478-3843. Itchg 8/O4 dollar paid.'964sS6, UB044rpdBV29 :TWO STAUBt $100 'month., *, 473-4973., 2/26 tin boot.1'?! yr-.model, and 9.6 SEARS -60 A. Prlnto land off SB-135.
Hem. One mile on Butler "GAIDIN'of'LAVORS.n < ful( booraV Complete' core. motor.. $600. Call after 6p.m. "47 AcrTlOO)W.* Brick home. *14O.OOO..
Rood. Follow signs. Itchg' 1NJOV CANNIN9'- Atsr 1'y mts;/. : t"1 2896; .448-1919. 'JtpdBR 'Classified Ada 533-2789. Itpd 8/04 COMMERCIALWe M.S A* a. Home ... 32S-B.OOO. Flnenc.SB .

B/04 It rdon'and. quart anlye.Coil. ,,64-7.-..; .,1I00t_.. .._. .,. _" .. Get Results' repair all makes Ac..timber. Highland. ..DOG. t
Pickle ,
have garden!
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Itchg B/04 APARTIENTS POE RENT.3-/ '
SALE .Watercooler .. .
GARAGE
4,7 A. 811.0OO. Owner flnsxtee.MN .,
relish for ...a.ondgoods TWO '
Wheelhorse' plow recipes year-round HOME POM -flMALI', furnished opts.. $160 I AI Young'sSince a/' on 1 .... .,. BB3.0OO
and disk fish equip., or. use CATS 7 month old.Ipoy.d. plus SSO security. One 2 BR. PIONEER
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!Weldo Antique Stern S2.OOO.
cloth., b.d. :.Include! Instruction for ,, 'all shaft, furnished opoi'tmant.\IIIlth 1957
bicycles
Country Club Estates, cor. canning To order sand .*..-6531. Itcha 8/04 i light and wotor.t $200 ELECTRIC CO. I

nor NE 13th St. 8 2nd A.. ,... $3.50 (Include*, pottage) MEN AND WOMENi 'r 5S, month::..... S5O security. Trailer. Polo Special I 964-6918 ;
toi Bryan Diversified, No. and/air. reHrod bOwl In. 3 Miles north of
.....8016. Itpd 8/04 to '.No pate.' 964-SW71." ItpdTtAILM AMI'.S250
toO
OARAG1 SALE Fri. 8 sot., 5, P.O. Box 1203, Starko, Fl Senior Ottaen League Frl-j J : ON eWFTO LOOPt.first Delivered Anywhere I Starke on US 301

930430. 4O9 E. Jackson 32091 Itpd 8/04 day a* 1:30. Call 964-8I7S, .loot plus ........It..No In Bradford County I Classified Ad Get Results

St. Clothes shoes. tools STROLLER. $5;-. large 1tchg "O ...... 964MI6Irpd B/04 '. ...._......_...._ .. .
Call after v """"""' "
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SUMMER dishes and SALE more.August Itpd 8/04 tat play.120.'.......9646587. tpd 8/04 LADI..PIck 9:30.i.fa ,1130.your: I ?'own MotK-Frl-day;" ''>.BB....LMWURsstSHCD....,. B/Q4 2tchg HOUMl 8/U ,Mowing. aV Tractor, [II{ "FOR'SALEI;:: Z0OrelCHSl' ATION (c'PLUS) TABLETS-$8O.00..rnw..w. )11.r
CrawfordO.n.ral !oOrl CHELATON TABL1TS-:17.00
1-30" SEARS MODEL OAS hf'Wlc.
for chlld.'IhI. ;
Nursery
MCa ,
thru 15. 10* 'off BOOMS roc, BJBNTt
glassware August 15X off RANGE 2-3/4 bed with'frames. you bowl In.one... 'our' low* weakly. .ratee, wall bwall .Atto- a Ivoings. Contractor !r*..sever hardening of th.arteries need not bad to coronary hypos surgery or

tapestry/ clothes 23X'oH.Also 964-S7S1. 413 Polk' 'Ladles. Leagues, Call, carpeting, air and TV. All Door..._ Quality WorkWe heart attack." Dr. Donsbock. t' 'I

bargain throughout' St. Itpd 8/04 lf0 ". 9448175.Itchg .. Call 964-992.. ode for Ann. .i .,.,....... || "A doubl -barrf approach that can product dramatic ..po....."

.tor.. Guitar and amp., .tfn 7/17 72-3573 build hou.... pddl- Descrlptfve. presenterlen by oppel_.

$75, ,much,more Bryan's Classlfied'AdsGet Back School '.--7/076 8/11 1 1I 1t lions, .bor-b-que pits slueco .! _$.?.1. i,,. ,.,,,. ,L
Result* to work and
This Thaf Variety Shop concrete -
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corner 16 &'301. 9644029.- ----- -- ,-":", ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ........... ',i' Special I morel J ,
1lcfigB/04 : -983'i GNI2t.! : Wo.$1095: : 1 1i 782-3349 Classified Ads I
I'IVI.AMlL Y YARD SALSt On I
Highway 225W. of Lawt.y.Misc. I V J'f' ,Now $879, ? i 782-3160 Get Results
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Items and clothes for ''I Speclol.'r, ;, 9900. 'Watt PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS I
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\ Oerteroior; W.- Now
.children 8/04' "<'and- > adults.. Itpd. T, "M acra'm.:" 'r-_', ." n: :.';..t., d : ....1 1 '.'" i III .

FMOAY 5'ATUROAYi 10 III : t...,.. ;UrI, L. C & C' Mini Storage '
B 1.2 4 3 ......... Apt ..
S. Behind Tackle Bo*. : ..fi 7r" '" 'I' iaukF/Ggrra4/1( / / f"fHw 5 ,

,Sheets, spreads.,, school :$!bp" : ; 3 1 s;:.: Now Rentina III Frem'160*e to '297"
cloth.. .,and ,/ino..' other 11 'Stork.' '
1_.. Itpd 804LONOCHAMP '. 964.60511) 6x12 8x12 10x12 12x18 .

LOT. 1VS HOMES'miles PARKING south- ,$ August 6':- 9 A..M., .. J I inquire'at SuzukJ-l awasaki of Starke' III 1530 W. MEdtiBR
i Phone S84-C312
of 5.""' .. Household Items / ':;'s'.t.' ,.' : >' .. _. : ,, Hwy 301 $. 964-6020 .t..MM..r .

I ml... Lot of goodle.9'' 1'17 S, Thompson St..f.. ,, +r ,MP.UltCHAHIS12t1DMOarOAGES+ i : ; ts.rwy..
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I Itch-'8/114
ill 279. A --"
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'. Sarlke'Fkrlds : you collecting payments. on a real estate mora Shop & Compare!! -+

Telephon.' .. || ) bus would prefer to hove a lump sum?" Bargain.Center Special Insurance for
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, ". ..Soltdtors'fad SUpplIes 'J o.Ai., us show you hew convert ollorpart;ol'your 301 $4 $ta rk. Mobile Home Park
: '"' Mqcrame '
; ; \ l 'v into a .b.For d rolls.sgit todoY' ,9446679eWindow "AU types of Quafity Tree Service
tim.W'.1'kiny :
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: 'fit/Pf4IN.iwaInu. ; S j homeowners policies for
.hourf i Arfs & ,:Craft :,Glffj'>f : ."i 'a ''sSlyd.1A1111 'Doors I 'mobile homes.

Monday'thoueh! frlde < Bralfl.yl'fKM I I "Quality. R.a.w ribl.
.: .pve PIp. CaD for Quota *

f.y ,. ,. ". .. t"l..". : A.H:'. 1 r t Plumbing Supplle* Mobile t:
d roM. to" P.M. "', !.s, ,.r.... r 'J Olln's' Fufy hisurad
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IIJOAMto"Hf'M t ,"_Unlat Lonacriamp' Ent rprl" &Auof..r, .'IInc.,1 i i'' ..' .'Tr PMbR..Lama sw!'ireselsr.' ..iMmtkdR. elloctrlc. Appliance. ,ElaIne M.'Olin, Agent '*Th.Ono To Stark Coll. norldE Boforo )If Fall,"

1 : : i Meek mts..$ $,.... $ ,'A 9645606MMINII .
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..,.,' } "" ,. l '. ,. -gj 11A..II glNbto. hens o < afc'AddesJi.. I 964-9785 .
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.. :, .''level* Homo.. IVt A. 1 mUrom lfUl.... $3nJOBv .; ,:,sTsW-tsW. IB*Miinet. (...'no ....
I ; I .3 ... IV* BA-Q..h* $ktiebborhrd. $....a V. '' 'k ,. t A:61Ii+ ......,...... Petsti. ..... t..Site. .... -........;

,. BACK TO, "3 BR'a jJA-HouseplusSB oa MB ? : A.. h ............ Lowed .In :, L9yHTED! TIME ONLY ,

*: Lak. P'r.p.' *" *" .,,;- hMl; fir!';. ., ... ,,_.....II. /lpppasnW I ..kwdud..,J! _
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,I : SCHOOL" .0***'.*9f'.<( ..!.fl'WMjya *9MvMo-' "- 7 ... l iiwl.' : .rvwtr'. STORAGE ,3 br..brtek'VHH friVi. ; b4Mi.central IVA'
+ aed.ltlR.aBStss.
( # L rt.* Acraa/s *; s5Nf Pn,1t, trios. .r.p.se end.Rett. ,
irBLufes? ..S..uflIul...* near t/'nnp4.' o I..k. $8$8R''each. ll E4t.s., !ow V k.Ii nsa w ......... ..-. Pikedp BrAKEa0LOWEST CIf$8f1.nfflHy room and carpetkigaaymrlet.

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Obituaries_ .'" Nellie's World .of Hair Fashions


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)Defile Wilder Mr. Slone wan a retired l' ii' j j' "!" Stark9S5f1. ., .. ,, ,
Lawrence TheodoreOglesbx \\ .t,.. ".I i' .". :: ,
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RaffiaWider. Be; of KeystonjHeights '1 ''snd, owner: of a .hoe-repallrJiUB? f. '1. .' ,.dt Uit'I L' Up,.... ,,-,'" .Ii"..., ''
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/ died Saturday In a Starke Mr7 Slone is survived by hls'wU ,,1.,1,$. 'Iq : 1\ \ : '" .
home extended Il Mrs. Ella Mae Slone of Starke. > fw "
Lawrence Theodore "Ted" nursing after an the smooth or Curiyibok
lness. Graveside services were held In "\t *
Oglesby 60, of Starke,who was direc- "
tor of Bradford County's vocational Survivors Include one daughter, Spring Hill Cemetery In Harrisburg, Introducing the New ,
education died Sunday, July Miriam Poole of Keystone Heights. Ky. Archie Tanner Funeral Home, r' "VERSI
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31, of a heart attack In Orlando Graveside funeral services were Starke, In charge of arrangements: / .\, "
Regional Memorial Hospital. held Saturday, July 30, at 3 p.m. In Also the '
mow Keystone Heights Cemetery with Pea rile Koon .' I '
Born in Sanford, Mr. Oglesby
Rev. Leamon Ward Ar Mrs. Pearlle Koon, 89, of O'Brien 'Lotta Perm
ed to Starke about 15 years ago from officiating. Body, Curly Regular Price '68.57
Heights. He served on the chie Tanner Funeral Home of StarkeIn Florida, died early Wednesday morn- Get oni of t the curls mentionedand
Keystone of ing at North Florida "Look &. BAB :
Starke City Commission from 1978 until charge arrangements. Regional receive FREE: $5QOOOperators t
Hospital following an extended IIInesa. SPECIAL
1980. Mr. Oglesby in industrial received art abachelor' John Slone 1-8 oz. btl of Curl Activator.CoslQopolitan Ctlrf" ;"

master's deree in education John Slone, 70, of Starke died Fri Funeral arrangements are In 1-8 oto btl of CurlMoIturizer, Tuesday Saturday.
and a degree complete of time. Archie : Lstolla Herring and Dephrln Jackson Yam -1:30 pm
day In Bradford Hospital following an as press ,
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from the school University in Fulton of County Florida,.Ga.He, extended Illness. Tanner Funeral Home, Starke. in .1. --Plastic.cap. .- Nellie' Foreman McKnioht -Owner, Operator ..'\... II
taught raised in Lee charge of arrangements.
BuchhoU Jr. Born and City, Ky. ''f
In Duval County and at _. ,._. -- .. ___ ... ... _
High School in Gainesville from 1957 .a :( ;;;; : ...;.- ---.L .J.- ;;;;;; }

.to 1959. No Ralnchecks Ad,Good thru August 7, 1983 ,: .
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Since joining the Bradford High -. '
School faculty in 1959, Mr. Oglesby
had served as director of the

Technical Bradford-Union Center and Area more Vocational recentlyas .Ie oR with

county director of vocational 11 t pays
education. He was responsible for ,
starting Florida's first vehicle driver ., a'
training program at the school,which ntiJ.lt \ Yir1 '
has produced more, than 1,400 '

graduates.Mr, Oglesby) served in the U.S.:.I. Army { / Y}',
Air Corps in World War.It and was _
of the Baptist faith. p
Survivors include his wife, Mary
Helen Rivers Oglesby of Starke; one
daughter, Linda Pfenlger of Starke; S
one son, Lawrence David "Larry" Back to School!

Oglesby 01.Keystone Heights; two ,
sisters, Mrs. William Dorton of San- t
ford and Dorothy Presley of Fort ,
Worth; and two grandchildren. 3

Funeral services were held '
Wednesday,Aug. 3,at Ua.m.ln First '." '. it \ ..
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Baptist Church of Starke with Rev. ; *( "
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Ben Bryant conducting the services. 48" A-1-48 ,.. .1"" : ,
Burial was in Keystone Heights '
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Cemetery under the direction of Ar- (?

chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. Ceilingt': ., :,.. ,.

Wanda Faye Thornton
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McDanielMrs.
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Wanda Faye Thornton : n
McDaniel 47, of Raiford, died C Features reversible wooden blades,
Wednesday morning, July 27,' InShand's '
metal base Reg. '74.96 .
Teaching Hospital,
Gainesville, following long Illness. ,,'J' t
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Bradford Mrs. '
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County -I'
McDaniel moved to Raiford two mon $4' 9-00' ,." .1>,, '\ "" ...,.... ., ,.,...
ths from Lawtey. She attended r .. ,.>,'f." ,
ago .
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r, Pine Level Baptist Church. \I.> ,\,;.. >;, "
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Survivors include her husband, \ .. ,,
William Albert McDaniel; three .": ,.. 4
daughters, Mrs. Rhonda Jane :
McDaniel, Mrs. Dorothy Virginia Evcrgo 52" '
I McDaniel, and Mrs. Norma Gail All
, McDaniel, all of Orlando; seven sons,
James Luther McDaniel and Claude Ceiling I
Franklin McDaniel, both of Lawtey,
Larry Albert McDaniel of Dallas, Bicycles
Texas, Terry Joseph McDaniel, Gary FanVariable _
Edward McDaniel and Billy T
McDaniel, all of Orlando and speed, reversible and a -9' In l Stock.
Franklin Wayne Silcox of Starke; 11
grandchildren and one great grand- tulip light kit No. 4E-8LWD '

child. Reg. '128.83 $
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Graveside 'funeral services were
held at 10:30: a.m. Friday, July 29, in ,. ,
Dyal Cemetery near Raiford with $,690 0 '
Rev. David Hodges officiating. Jones ,, -- Regular price'
Funeral Home, Starke, in charge of
arrangements. .

James Ray Swain
James Ray Swain, 73, of Starke, L'v "
died Sunday night, July 31, in Brad' ? r fFEU'
ford Hospital, Inc. following long Illness. -

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Born In Kentucky, Mr. Swain mov-
ed to Starke from Belleview over five ;
) years ago. He was a veteran of World Tlr Save,.20% or 28%
i. War and a retired engineer from the .1
railroad. Mr. Swain was a member of : ." Boy
the Presbyterian faith. u h n
Survivors. Include his wife, Mrs. .
Alice Lashley Swain of Starke; seven Uners......:... Cowden .-
daughters; three sons; and. several .....n;,...,..... ......... .. .
" grandchildren.
4 Funeral services were held at 11 ,
a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 3, In the 1 5ea. 2.09c716.97
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, Starke, with I
Rev. George Watson officiating. :
Burial was in Forest Lawn Memory Gassy Vara Choose from six All I FttItrIc i Bleacfc The geN aSl"Bra**"Trash fpweldee Air Fresliaer ''if": $
Gardens,Ocala at 1:30: p.m. Wednes- six of your candy" favorites energized cleaner! Safe for CsmUwe**30 gallon.50 ct.Reg. Looks as beautiful as it '" v:,.;,;. ./ K"rtn
day,with Rev.B.J. St. Marie conduc- and stock upl 1.5 oz. bars all colorfast washable 30 :3.96 ', .smells! Comes In 3.scents. '. l '
ting the services. Jones Funeral x"
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Alice Dubose Watkins '

Worthington Mrs. Alice Dubose Springs,Watkins'died Wednesday 93, of Fi-Shock LT-1150 ; MasonElectronic ,,: $7.00

afternoon, July 27, at the Regency "

after Oaks an apparent Care Center heart in attack.Gainesville ,.!ta'' Jars I'. ; .. .l -: I PVC Reg. M1.97

Born in Columbia ,County, Mrs. t.; '
Watkins had lived in Union County ,Killer Reg.'as.4.00: ChaiseReyl.89.97
most of her life. She and her husband Bug ,
owned and operated a farm on the Lit- : Pfe '*3.47,
:Reg. .-
tle Springs Road. She was a memberof ,:) !4, \ Lounge Chalr'699
the Sardis Baptist Church of Worthington / '
WWemouth/ Pts. M.OOWkJemouthQts.M.77!
Springs. $ 7 .
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Survivors Include one brother, W. ... '
Irvin Dubose of Fernandina Beach; P.p.r Pief.s JSs !j 97"
two sisters, Annie M. Andrews of :
you have plenty en hand : '+: ti, \ .O
Jacksonville and Hlalah M. NesSmith for 100 9" :, '
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summer lMn-ti.,' .
of Lake Butler and nieces '
several and t t
cheon ; ff'
nephews. plates per pkg. ., ; ------
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Funeral services were held'at 3p.m. .. : PleeePicnic '
Saturday,July 30, in the Chapel 3. Piece 42" oundiBlj"'I: ," 'jl< of Archer Funeral, Home of Lake '
Butler with Rev. Victor Nickerson of RedwoodLounge
RedwoodTABLE RedwoodEnil ;
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ficiating. Burial was in Old Providence \ ; ,
Cemetery under the directionof
Archer Funeral Home of Lake ,''n : Tables :Set

Butler. Table" Set : ti.: : ',

Redwood table with 2 side benches with curved bencher ;....;...19.88 One ChalM Lounge". 2 Matehhtg Chairs
wttft Vinyl CusMoflS .,Reg. *129.97
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wish Card to thank of ThanksWe all the wonderful $ Reg. 74.88S9 a$649g ?' H4' : : *,8997 ;

people who helped us through our recent )
loss of our beloved IOn,,Kelly .
Ray Crews. :. .
The floral arrangements, food, -' .
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visits,cards and thoughts will alwaysbe .( \ : .
cherished memories. We especially :,> .
want to thank the paramedics,Paul We're WorkingHarder. ".1 .: To 4 Save ? 'I :
West and Scott Taylor, and staff at 730! > ry- .f.
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the Emergency Room of Bradford I i
, Hospital Inc. A special thank you to I ": You' More! I

6t Rev. Ben Bryant and Rev.Gene Bass r .,.,, '. ,. ,, 1I'
and the Youth Department for their "


help from A final and Sampson thank the good City you Church to Christian Archie of Tanner God.people Bradford Square Shopping Center Familyt Cettfers* t ; .. .: 'u 1.S.,3a1'. ( ;.<;, : ;i"" 1


Funeral rendered to Home us. -.L'for all:," the help TGa.Y krslste rP A yew""' '-''- If 1'u.ore.not ho ,wltti w urcho3e; 1tt'J W:wilt'(h! rf utly' excManif'r or fully( refund f.f your mon y; t'ft: ;1Ji : ;: "

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